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THE FALLS CITY NEW8. M AY 16, 1016
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F A L L * CITY, O R E G O N '
Notice to News Subscribers
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FISHING SEASON OPEN
'Ilm best sliow ut the Urto tonight
A b l u « * p t n o l l o r o i i mark on this
n o l l e * m o an s th at your s u b s c r ip
tion to Tha N a a s h a s a a p l r a d and
naads f inin g
Do It n o w
Itti. Mon. Taci. Wctf. Tkun. fri.
Service mi next Lord's Day at
II a. hi , and 7 30 p. m.
Bible School at 10 A. M.
G. • >. Clement huh ii Salem vis- Morning: ,
Theme;—"Mothers ” ,
Horn Monday lo M.. un.I Mr*.
Theme— Morning service.
Henry Horn, u hoy.
A true tint of Discipleehip.
luy Orchard Land
F. H.dcher of Portland was in
Fulls City this week.
Win. Abbott returned Tuesday
from a trip lo Scio.
We carry a complete line of
Junior Endeavor at 3 p. M.
Christian Endeuvoi sf 7 P. M.
Theme—“ Why I am u Christian.'
Mrs. Hutler visited the hospital
at Pu I Ins Wednesday.
Evening services 8 P. M.
A cordial invitation to everyone.
Mrs. Hoy Russell lias been on Ktrangeis made welcome.
Sai. lilt sick list this week.
B L H i c k s , Pastor.
Orville Munson who has been
8 very sick is improving.
N. Selig will attend the Klk's
lodge at Salem tonight.
The Hurt baby who lias been
29 quite ill is improving slowly.
Si* lots oil Bridge street, $120
if sold soon. K. K. Hubbard.
FISHING T A C K L E
Fishing and Hunting license For Sale.
We Oise “SC R IP ''
"A mile of Trevol for a dollar in Trade
J. C. T A L B O T T &, CO.
Free Methodist Church
Kunduy School 10:00 A. M.
Preaching 11 :00 A. M.
Class meeting 1;00 P. M.
Evening service 7:30.
R. E. W illiam s , M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols ,
R. G. W hite ,
Cashier Assistant Cashier
II. A. W alter , I’a-ttor.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoy James ol Ital
All dog lax must be puid im
ia« visited the Ralph Hall family
P at M uhiuiy ,
Mrs. J. H. Flower of Sah-m was
visiting l.erino ther and sister here
Bank o f Falls City
F alls C it y , P olk C ounty . O hkoon
Does a General Banking Business.
Interest Paid on Time
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
Mrs. J. K. Beezley and children
Dr. W. L. Holloway will le at
of Salem is visiting in Falls City the Fulls City Hotel all day Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday of
The I.adits Aid of tli» Christian
church enjoyed all duy’s gathering
The 8beppard Slater« after being
tilann Lewis pony was rallied absent for severul Saturday's sing-
off and loin Lee was the lucky mg at the Gem, will begin again
man to win it.
tonight. Those who attend the
Mr. and Mrs. PUnkinirton
PUiikington of *howr regulai will be glad to hear
Sold on small monthly pay
Bridgeport visited N. Selig ami them. The songs they .will sing
LOST— Mully Jersey cow, med
tonight are “ I ’d love to live in
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
ium dark oolor. had bell on when
dreamland with a girl like you,
she left. Not giving milk. Will
Mrs. Dessie Moore and Miss
Three more weeks o f school
New records always in Nettu Martin left Monday for u and Kentucky days
pay for trouble. H. W. Harrison. and th e u f!? )
visit at Newbern.
New Mail Service
The Senior class is preparing
Mrs. A. M. Varsall who was re
to pifcty the “ Seniors” before
Through the efforts of our Post
Women of Woodcraft
cently hurt while in Portland is master, Ira Mehrling, the railroad
All our Oregon campaigns are on school is closed.
company have put a mail pouch on for arousing new interest in our
The I ill Dee Society will give
W. P. Lewis started for LoTell, the tiaiu that arrives here at 11:55 Order, and securing new members
Wash., last Monday and will re A. M This train brings mail from 1 to the Order; of coursa Falls Citv a Bask et and Ice Cream Social at
Portland and intermediate stations has not beep left out of the reckon the so.hool house Tuesday night.
turn in about a week.
by way of Dulius. and ndds consid ing. Nkrs. Wade, the District Or May 18. A free program will be
Miss Lois Reece who has been erably to the efficiency of uu<, mail
ganizer, has been in the city fori tfivfjn after which a social time
very sick for the past two weeks is service.
the past week, visiting all of the w ill Be held. Ladies o f the town
some better at present.
local members, and interestirn: 1
Miss Selma Millet won one of
others. A special meeting of Falls1 un? invited to bring baskets.
(lie three prizes at the mask skat
City circle was held at the home of E veryb ody invited.
R. R. Ensign died at his home Neighbor Singleton on Wo4u««frvy
ing in Dallas last week.
A large delegation went to
at Salt Lake City, Utah Sunday afternoon of this w&ek. am) plnn\,1
Airlie Friday, May 7, to the ball
Fresh Bread,Cakes,Cookies, i tea, May Uth at the ripe age of 82.
were forip^lgiot* whereby it is rjXJ
and other bakery goods, every day
Mr. Ensign was the fattier of peeled! that good results will b,*. ac. game
at the Falls City Bakery.
Mrs. A. F. t\niter of Still,prlin, com pi ¡shed.
Graduating evercises will be
W. J. Reese got hit: loot badly but late of near Monwonth. Until
on the evening o f June 4th
No fraternal order h^,g * better
bruised Wednesday by coining ip about tuiee yitars ago Mr. Ensign record. In none ce,^ better pvo-
A Teachers' Institute was held
made Fulls City a summer resort, tection of home
ointact with a lour by si*.
*iu ie child.ren in the High School rooms last
jejt | coining here tor nine consecutive be seeure<lv
M. F. Nichols and family
A large'num ber o f
seasons. For the last three yea-s
Sunday for central Oregon where
his health was so as to proven* '
all over the county
they will take a homestead.
making the trip. D-
The speakers o f
BLACK ROCK ITEMS,
Mrs. Frank Horn returned from
the day were P ro f. J. B. Horner
the Dallas hospital Sunday wher-
Know ol his death.
o f Corvallis; Dr. Sheldon o f Eu
she had undergone an o ^ ^ tio n
and Assis tant State Super
Mt. Hood Ice Cream, chocolate, straw
Mrs. George Broughton of T illa
Dr. Holloway inform,
F. K . Walls o f Salem.
tv i iy und Lemon I lavorn at I ’Ili«’. has SO Many patients that it neces
mook came to join her husband at
I '.L .
-L k H L V » 1- ...— i_Jr.
The Parent-Teachers Association this place.
o f the school is
sitates • •••"
his • staying
' • « j ' l ' K all
m i u
a v to
i.if t n i ; .
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spite o f the
Ray Baker who has been at the
j sciiool tiouse Tuesday night, the
C. J. Pugh has his Loganberry house was well tilled at an early hospital at Dallas returned home
S C. Brown Ughorna, Barrod Rooke,
He who has a hammer let him
juice manufacturing plant com- i hour showing the interest tlie yesterday. His friends were glad
perhaps he may open up
pleted. except the installing of the people are taking in their school
to see him return.
English Penciled Indian Runner and machinery. ,
Puro White Indian Runner Oucke.
The Parent-Teachers club will
piano solo by Miss Helen T riat o f ; meet Saturday night. An inter
W h at is an optimist?
Egga. Day-old Chicks and Ducklings
music studio from the Estey apart the Pith grade and was rendered in esting program will be rendered.
Willie— An optimist is a pessi
W M LEE. tall* City. Oregon.
ments to the building formerlv oc a very pleasing manner being Everybody invited.
mist who see the bright side o f
cupied by the shoe shop on the foot wurmly applauded by the audi
in spi'ce o f himself.
Independence Monday to visit
for 1915-16 is “ One
A reading by Mrs. R. Paul, “ The their daughter, returning Thure-
Miss Ella Mehrling was taken to
the hospital ^t Dallas Monday and
L e t every body get
Prof. J. B. Horner, of the Oregon
was operated on Tuesday for ap
busy and b*jost and the rest will
pendicitis. She is getting along Agricultural College of Corvallis
guve a lecture. He stinted out on PORTLAND UNION STOCK YARDS CO. he easy.
the things necessary for good pub
Mr. Olle Elle, professor
The Falls City baseball team lic schools and the ad vantages ttiat
The receipts for the week have
went to Indcpendeiica Sunday and can he attained through the co been Cattle-907 Calves-24 Hogs- manual training has finished his
played the Independence team, operation of parents and teachers. 2085 Sheep-4242.
work for this year and has taken
winnni,ng the game by a score of 7 He spoke highly of the manage
up other lines o f work. Mr. Elle
to 3. They will play tomorrow at ment of our school, diligence of the
Cattle receipts light. Market has made, by his .constant en
teachers and the progress the stu- strong, quality excellent. This
Before you buy a “ Dollar** dents are making.
weeks market can be well char
After the address to the school acterized in these short sen
Worth” of material, let me show
Try Our Ice Creams
you my new National Spring mid
Summer line of Silk Dress Goods,
The first was of the missionary ter shape. Demand and outlook school.
i Silk and Cotton Fabrics, Dress work done there; some of the miss
D r . W . L . H c t llp w a y
Supt. H. C. Seymour gave an
Linens, Embroidered Voiles, Org ionaries he met were from this
o h m o p k a c t ic
talk to the Teachers'
State. Hu gave an interesting ac-
andies and Rice Cloths
OF DALLAS, ORE.
Top hogs at 8.15 makes another Training Class one day last week,
high market spot in the United
living and the reformation wrought
on the subject of. “ Tha Little
States. Receipts are short and
W ILL HE AT FALLS CITY HOTEL
Surprise Party Given
through the work of missions.
Things required to become a
A surprise party was given Mrs. I / l i e succeeding views were «hose
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY AND
I,. M. Robinson Wednesday after-
l,1f 1 yraunds and Sphinx of
Almost forty high school pupils
While spring lamps are taking
noon. The party was chaperoned I ^
1 h« drscription he ga e
FRIDAY BAOH WEEK
their usual course in point o f attended the play, “ Blundering
by Mrs. C. M. Munson. Light re- °*
world-famed works of the
All chronic and acute diseases freshmen is were served. Those Ancients was intensely interesting prices, the market is considered Billey,” given by the Airlie high
treated. I f you are afflicted with present were: Mrs. Munson, Mrs. »"•» w> ' / d mttrh to the tore- as good as any. The strong school at that place, Friday night
prices at North Portland should
any ailment call and we will talk Ole Kile. Mrs. Conrad Kile, Mrs R. ‘ ".use of knowledge of the grown- appeal to Western shippers.
R. A. T IT U S ,