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S a t u r d a y , Aiifcunt 14, 1015
THE FALLS CITY NEW8.
C a le n ta r — H tto . t o i 5
It. Paul was in Black Rock Mon-
A Surprise Party
A very pleasant surprise party
las. No*. T»«». Wed Than. Fri. Sat.
Mrs. Mary Thorne is visiting her was given Mrs. Alex Courier last
Monday in honor of her 62d birth
I daughter in Lents.
12 13 14
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Munson
19 20 21 'spent Thursday in Dallas.
A number of friends gathered in
the house while Mrs. Courier was
22 23 24 25 26 27 28
Percy and Ferris Dodd have
¡showing Mrs. Graham tne fruit,
29 30 31
to their homo*near Monrce.
; chickens, etc. Great was her sur
F. S. Belcher and family went prise when she returned and found
n j over, to Newport Sunday for a few
the house full of ladies.
SALEM, FALLS CITY 4 WESTERN ! weeks,
Many beautiful as well as useful
Pasaenger Train Schedule
were given Mrs. Courier.
Effective Oct. 4,1914
was spent in
'crocheting, tatting and chatting.
Salem . . . 7:00 9.46
Delicious ice cream and cake was
Mrs. John Miller's brother who
Dallas. . . 8.15 11.07
at 4 o’clock.
is here lor medical treatment is
birthday cake with
her age aud
*44TM>U*t> am. pm.
Mrs. Bud Hubbard and children
have gone to Harrisburg for a
Falls City. 9.30 1.25
three weeki* via it.
Dallas. . . 10.1« 2.(8»
Several so igs were suug by the
Salem . . . 11.26 3.15
Messer Matthew, Hall, Finley
Grandma Courier then
M i l l .
a ..«> t
and I^iftus took in the hall game
surprised the crowd by singing one
at Salem Sunduy.
veise of "On Higher Ground.”
Ben McDowell of Pedee came
Lota Bradley, Gladys and Jessie
Wednesday to visit his brother-in- Paul finished this part of the pro
law, John Hughes.
gram by singing “ Does Jesus
Mrs. J. H. 8. Powell and Mrs Care.”
Purdy spent Wednesday visiting
Those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Courter, Bro. Hicks;
Mrs. Win. Chappell.
Mesdames Bradley. Edna Russell.
Mrs. M A. Gill o f Salem came Dave Courter, Richard Paul, Buell,
last Saturday on a two week's «¡sit West. Graham, Driggs, the two
Mis Woods, Grandma Courter, W.
Mrs. E. A. La Dow.
V. Graham, Harris, Titus, the
Mrs. Win. Ellis and grandaugh-
Misses Carrie Graham, I^ota Brad
ter are spending a few days in ley, Gladys and Jessie Paul, Mar
Dallas visiting friends.
m i Driggs and Gwendolen Russell
You «re eure of the beat, when you
Mrs. N. Selig is looking after her and Masters Verl Courter,Clarence
ask for Mt. Hood ice cream at Ellis. fall stock of millinery goods in lit ad ley and Byron and Richard
Portland the past week.
YOUR HOUSE. WE MEAN.
Rassmusser and Lowe Brothers Paints
Will beautify and preserve your buildings.
J. C. TALBOTT & CO
R. E.W illiams , M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols ,
R. G.W hite ,
Cashier Assistant Cashier
Bank o f Falls City
F alls C i t y , P olk C o u n t y . O kkoon
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.
TH E“GREATER OREGON“
W it h n e w h u lM I n f a , b e tt e r e q u ip m e n t , o n - j
g r o u n d a. nod m a n y a d d it io n « to I t «
fa eta lly, t h e U n iv e r s it y o f O r e g o n w i l l b e c t n I t «
fo r t ie t h y ea r. T u m d a r . N e p te m b r r 14. l f l f t .
N p e f l t l t r a in in g In C o m m e r r e , J o u r n a lis m .
A r c h it e c t u r e , U w . M e d ic in e . T c r e h l n c . L i b r a ,
ry W o r k . M u n ir. P h y s ic a l T r a in in g a n d r i n e
* n d # tro n f d e p a r tm e n t« o f L i b e r
a l (¿ d u ra tio n .
L ib r a r y o f m o r e th a n &A.OOO v o lu m e * , t h i r
teen b u ild in g * f o l l y e q u ip p e d , t w o s p le n d id
g y m n a s iu m «, t j
T u it io n F r e e . T D o r m it o r ie s fo r m en an d f o r
w o m e n , t a p e n e e « L o w e s t.
W r i t e f o r fr e e < w t a lo g «,a d d r e s s in g R e g is t r a r
Dr. W . L. Holloway
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies, Pies,
W. T. Grier and family and
U N IV E R S IT Y O r O R E G O N
other bakery goods, every day Harry Packard of Portland went
K l ’C lK K E . O R E G O N
OK DALLAS, ORE.
over to Newport by the Siletz
Miss Vula Selig left Sunday for Sunday.
the Sin Francisco Fair, by boat.,
WILL BE AT FALLS CITY HOTEL
Mrs. Chapiu and daughters came i
Incorrecly prescribed glasses
Free Methodist Church
She will tie abeenta month.
up from McMinnville Saturday
increase the eye strain, de
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Miss Mercie Sheppard who has where they had been visiting.
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY AND
Preaching 11:00 A. M.
eye, and make your later
been visiting in Salem two weeks
FRIDAY EACH WEEK
Class meeting 12:00 P. M.
Rev. II. A. Walter is going about
of permanently dim
returned home last Saturday even
Evening service 8:00.
with a smile that won’t rub off.
All chronic and acute diseases
med vision. Such glasses are com
H. A. W alter , Pastor.
If you Bhould interrogate him he
treated. I f you are afflicted with
mon enougu, hut are eye destroy
D. L. Wood, Jr., and Will Wood will tell you that a 9-pound girl
any ailment call and we will talk
ers ansi the product of inexperi
were over on the Big Luckiamute: arrived at his house Friday morn- j
On the otLer
• Christain Church
the first of the week fishing.
ing. He has three hoys and this I
Service on next Lord’ s Day at
Jonah Lowe rotyrned Wednes is the first girl— hence the exuber 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m.
save the eyes from strain, increase
day from Florence, Oregon where ance of joy.
Bible School at 10 A. M.
their usefulness and for you, if you
he has been visiting his sou.
wear them the day of dimmed vis
Junior Endeavor at 3 P. M.
Mr. Leatherwood, who has been
to Hot Springs, returned home
'1 he beat shBw at the Gem tonight He is living with Mrs. Sheppard,
Hay wanted. Inquire at News
Mr. and Mrs. Newman and their
daughter, Mrs. Clark Travis of
For Snle— Freeh cow. See P. 8.
Caldwell, Idaho are visiting rela
tives in the city.
Mrs. VY. R. Hinahaw is in from
B. L. Ellis and wife left Tuesday'
morning for the Sai) Francisco Ex
Win. Ellin and wife went to Dal
position. Mrs. Ellis won the trip
in the Hartuug s Contest.
W. J. Southwell of Norton’s is in
town this week.
Fred Holman of Dallas and S.
Tetherow and wife of this city
Phil Awther is helping Mr. Ro-j
left Tuesday morning for Tilla
bertson make hay.
mook on a two week’s outing.
Mrs. George March is visiting in
Rcy McMurphy, 1). Wurtzher-
Corvallis for a short time.
g&r.and Irvin Stoddard spent Sun
Rev. Marcy motored to Portland
day in our city. The former is
Tuesday in Thompson's auto.
looking after a rock crushing con
M. L. Thompson went to Port
tract near Salem.
land to attend “ Buyers Week.”
Among those down from Black
C. VV. Davis and Bert Wouderly
Rock this week were Mrs. Fowler
left Monday for eastern Oregon.
and brother, Mr. Swett, Mr. Baker
Walter L. Tooze, Jr., L a w y er,1 and grandson Ray, Mrs. Wallace
and Mrs. Pearl Dunegen.
Miss Norma Southerland of Sa
Mrs. W. A. Persey and Miss
lem is visiting Mildred Thompson. Sippel left Wednesday for Salem
BLACK ROCK ITEMS
Mrs. S. G. Price was a Falls City
Mrs. Win. Krebs, of Balderee’s
camp, was in Black Rock Wednes
Christian Endeavor at 7 P. M.
Evening services 8 P. M.
A cordial invitation to everyone.
Strangers made welcome.
H icks ,
M. E. Church
Morning Theme:— “ Do U n t o
Others” including a partial discrip-
Mrs. George Nichols was in Falls
cion of the Prison Ship “ Success”
City Monday, having some dental
which is now iu Portland harbor.
Evening Subject:— “ Missio n s . ”
Levi Nichols, of Coos Bay, spent Program iu charge of classes of
a few days with his parents, Isaac Mrs. Jessie Moyer and Miss Edith
Nichols and wife.
Montgomery. This program in
Mrs. E. G. Balderree was visiting cludes another mandoliu solo by
a few days in Yamhill the latter ; Miss Wells.
part of last week.
You ate cordially invited.
M ilton A. M a rc y , Pastor.
Mrs. George Graves, of Spauld
ing’ s camp, was calling in Black .
VISITORS FROM SALEM
There will be an icecream social
An automobile party from Salem
at Spaulding’s old cook house Sat
on a joy-ride were in this city last
urday, August 14th.
Sunday and visited with B. M.
Mis. S. G. Stevens and Mrs. N. Howell and family of this city.
H. Dimmick came down from Bal-
They were:— A. R. Southwick,
derree’s camp Monday.
Mrs. Cara Southwick, and Miss
Mrs. W. T. Wallace, Clifford Vera Southwick; James B. Smith
and Miss Bessie Hunter and Mrs. Clara P, Sm ith; Oscar
Mrs. A. B. Hubbard and chil where they will visit until Sunday
City Wednesday on Frye, Mrs. Kate W . Frye and Her
dren have gone to Halsey for an and then leave for the San Fran
man and Billie Frye; Mrs. Mollie
cisco Exposition. They will re
B. Wilson, Miss Nancy Wilson,.
Mr. Leather wood, Mrs. Shep turn by boat.
Glsdys Olsen, and Mr. Chas.
Arch Krehhs and wife returned
pard's father, has gone to Oakland
all of Salem. Miss Sarah
from Oregon City
on a visit.
and John Beider-
where they went several weeks ago.
W. F. Nichols, cashier o f the j
Josie McCutcheon, Opal Wallace
Mr. Krebbs has a job on the hop
Bank of Falla City Is sporting a
yard and will return about the last Bessie Hunter and Clarice Kim-
baugh were visiting Mrs. A . F. Missouri.
of the month.
They expressed themselves as
Mr. and Mrs.Treat of Monmouth
Dr. and Mrs. Arnold, of Salem Donm&yer, at Spaulding’s camp enjoying the trip aud visit very
are visiting their sou, G. D. Treat
were gueBts in the city last Sunday., Tuesday.
much, and were especially pleased
Wm, Morse, of Balderee’s camp, with the good roads over which
The Doctor is a dentist and was
Mrs. Mabel Boughey of Salem here to size up the situation with was taken to the Dallas hospital they traveled, and the scenery and
who has been visiting friends in a view of establishing a branch Sunday, a piece of bolt having excellent water of Falls City.
town returned home Wednesday.
office. He is of the opinion that struck him in the eye. The at
Mrs. Ed Brown and Miss Ruby
Austin Titus has charge of the, there is an opening for an eneigetic tending physician said that if no
left Tuesday for a two
Ellis Confectionery while Mr. and
at the coast.
Mrs. Ellis are at the Exposition.
ion m ay never arrive. Such glasses
are <;ye builders and are prescribed
by long experienced eye specilists.
Drs. Lowe and Turner have had
years of hard experience as exclu
sive eye specialists. Theirs is no
side line, for they devote their
entire time, energy and effort ex
clusively to the eye, coupled with
their being educated in the best
schools and their many years e x
perience makrs them safe persons
for you to consult. Consult them
at the Falls C ity Hotel. Thursday,
Portland. Aug. 13.
Flour— Patent®, per bl.
— Straights per hi.
Feed — Bran, per ton
— Shorts “
- B a r l e y “ “ $26t o 27.00
Potatoes— Per sack
Sugar— B s T y
Hams— Choice 20c; Stivwdard
181c; Picnic 12c.
Bacon— Fancy 28 to 80c; Stan
dard 22 to 28c; Choice
17| to 22c.
Lard— K e t t l e
Standard 11c; Compound
Early Crawford peaches from C.
M. LaFolletts Wheatland Fruit
Farm, fresh every day at 60-cents
a box. W ill be in town until Sep
tember 1st. Call at the Falls City