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Saturday, Kept« ta bar IS, 1015
THE FALLS CITY NEWS.
M. J. Smith left Tu**«dny noon
for Wyoming where he will reside The city council met Tuesday
Passenger Train Schedule
night in an adjourned «easion
in the future.
Effective Oct. 4,1914
New Line Graniteware
from September 7th to conclude
WMTSOirMt am. Hill
norm* important huuinesg \yith re
We have just received a fine line of kitchen
Six ton loo»» oat hay for rale.
Salem . . . 7:00 9 If.
consisting of teakettles, tea
I h U
Dalian . . . I.IB 11.07
; 5.00 Phone IK
double boilers, preserving
Falls City 8.fai 11.11
10-qt water pails, etc,
Phillip liottfreid returned Tues-
See Our Window Display
pm. day morning from Dallas.
men were present. It was dis
We also carry a nice line of Hardware
Falls City. 9.30 1.25
covered that C. .1. Bradley and
Furniture, Builders’ Material, Paints, Ect.,
Dallas . . . 10.10 2.INI
Cha.-t. Hopkins had t*en absent
that we are selling at low prices.
A. A. Wade.
Salem . . . 11.25 3.15
for three consecutive meetings
m 1 .
and according to the Charter
M inn Winelai:d was shopping at were automatically removed with
J. C . T A L B O T T &, C O .
out any action of the council.
They were accordingly re-elected
Our advertisers are offering spec- and the business of the evening
■al bargain« thia week.
entered into. The Mayor very
forcibly informed them that as a
R. E. W il l i a m s , M. L. T h o m p s o n , W. F. N ichols , R. G. W h i t e ,
C. M. Munaon and family left council there was but one course
Cashier Assistant Cashier
Monday via automobile for the in the collection of the delinquent
assessments, and that Was to col
San Francisco Exposition.
lect them. The city attorney
Mr. and Mra. tí. II. Tetherow was instructed to proceed with
F a lls C it y , P olk C o u n t y . O reg o n
visited with Kred Holman and out any unnecessary delay to col
Does a General Banking Business. Interest Paid on Time
lauiily at Italia* lait Sunday.
lect all amounts due. The water
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
proposition was discussed and ar
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
Candi»«, Tobacco« and Cigar«, at
Mia« Netti» Graham visited rangements made to proceed at
L. H WONDKRLY’S
once to obtain a larger supply of
friend« in Dalla« this week.
The Council really accomplish
F. K. Hubbard ha« been hauling
Dr. W. L. Holloway
Free Methodist Church
more for the good of the town
; Ilia prune crop to the Dalian dryer
School 10:00 A. M.
OK DALLAS, ORE.
Preaching 11:00 A. M.
been done for many months.
| (Class meeting 12:00 P. M.
Miss Lucile Ticheuor visited
Evening service 8:00.
W ILL BE AT FALLS CITY HOTEL
friend» al Dalla» la»t Saturday
H. A. W a l t e r , Pastor.
S P R IN G V E A L .
MONDAY. W EDNESDAY AND • |
A. H. Dodd brought some fine
FRIDAY EACH W EEK
Mr«. Sampson and two daugh specimens of corn to the News
on next Lord’s Day at
All chronic and acute diseases ter« visited at Dalla» Monday.
11 a. m , and 7:30 p. m.
office Wednesday that he had
E ndive Salad.
treated. If you are afflicted with
Bible School at 10 A. M.
raised on his farm, one mile and
Sweet W afers.
O range Sponge.
any ailment call and we will talk
Dana McPherren and Miss Mat- a quarter northeast of Falls City.
Endeavor at 3 P. M.
T ea or Cocoa.
tie Ferguson attended the band The corn is of the Flint variety
Christian Endeavor at 7 P. M.
concert at Dallas last Saturday and matures quickly. The ears
Evening services 8 P. M.
E A L Is a t Its b e st In th e spring
cordial invitation to everyone.
measured 11-inches long. 6-inches
and, though not especially d i
gestible. Is served In a g re a t va Strangers made welcome.
at the small end and 7-inches a t 1
of w ays. I t Is a m eat w hich does
C. J. Pugh and C. T. Ellieou the large end, containing 8 fully riety
not keep long. I f th e re is d o u b t of Its
Local News Hems
WANTED—Good Falls City pro
made u business trip to Portland developed rows on the cob. This I freshness it Is b e st to w ash It a t once,
is excellent corn and shows what pluugc It in to boiling w a te r an d in ten perty in exchange for a good 160
niluules tra n s fe r It to cold w ater. No acre stock ranch in Deschuettes
Polk county can produce.
o th er m eat is so useful fo r m aking
The best show at the Gem tonight
Valley south of Bend, Oregon,
The hop pickers are about all
The farmers of this vicinity- soups and gravies.
Also for sale, rent or trade cheap,
returned and the town regained are requested, if they have sam
U sin g the Shoulder.
Hrnised Veal.—T ak e a piece o f shoul splendid residence property in
F. Droege went to Portland
er w eighing live pounds. H av e bone Falls City, Oreg. Apply to
them to this office and place them d rem
oved and tie up m eat to m ake It
Wednesday on business.
Mrs. D. J. Grant was visiting in on exhibition in the office win tirni. l*ut piece o f b u tte r size of h alf
J o s e p h M ik a l s o n ,
Dallas this week.
dow so that the people of the nn egg. to g eth er w ith a few shavings
o f onion. Into a k e ttle an d let get hot.
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Miss Vola Selig returned Sun-'
city can see the progress that the Suit» and pepper th e veal and p u t into
d»y from the Fair ut San Fran
kettle, cover tig h tly a n d -p u t over a me-
Bring your j jb printing to the tillers of the soil are making.
Berean Class Meet
rdiuiu tire u n til m eat is brow n on both
The B e r e a n s held their
sides, tu rn in g it occasiodally. T hen set
k ettle on back o f stove, w h ere it will monthly class meeting at the
Mr«. Clay Oxford visited in Dal
Rev. Hicks Goes to Newberg
sim m er slow ly fo r ab o u t tw o and one- Christian church Monday night.
There are several books out which
h a lf hours. B efore se ttin g m eat on
las last Saturday, returning Sun
belong to the library. Will you
back o f stove see if th e Juice of th e An unusual number of the mem
please look through your books for Newburg where he will ac m eat, to g eth er w ith th e b u tte r, m akes bers came out as it was the last
cept the pastorate of the church g rav y enough an d if n o t add a little time Rev. Hicks, the pastor,
and see if you can locate them.
w ater. S erve g rav y hot w ith hot
Keep your money at home by
at that place. The acceptance hot
would meet with them, as he
m eat o r cold w ith cold m eat.
getting your printing done at
Mr. and Mrs. Ciias. Moyer and of his application came as a
Thursday for his new
baby were visitois in town over rather surprise to Rev. Hicks as
R oost F illet o f V e a l.-T a k e a thick field at Newberg. The business
there were 15 other applications piece o f veal from th e upper p a rt of of the evening was transacted,
e leg an d hav e th e bone rem oved.
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies, Pies,
ahead of him, among which was th
Fill th e cav ity w ith stuffing m ade of after which a recitation by Mrs.
and other bakery goods, every day
Miss Lureua Treat is visiting that of an able evangelist and one cupful of b readcrum bs, m oisten I. G. Singleton, and one by Mrs.
at the Falls City Bakery.
tiei grandparents in .Monmouth.
the other was a Portland college w ith u h a lf cupful of w a te r, one-third Harris were rendered.
a cupful m elted b u tte r, one-fourtb
professor of 16 years service in of
The meeting then adjourned
o f a teaspoonful of salt, a h a lf tea
L. M. Byerly. Ralph and Roy
Mrs. Rich and Kenueth visited the ministry.
spoonful of pow dered th y m e an d pep and the time was spent in play
Martin left Thursday for the Siletz in Dallas this week.
Rev. Hicks recently filled the per to ta ste . T ie Into a round shape. ing games until the refreshments
w ith salt, pepper an d flour.
Baain for several days hunting.
pulpit at the Newberg church F D u redge
t strip s of pork over th e top and were ready to serve. Before the
Add w a te r as soon as th e flour guests retired for their respec
Mrs. Flower of Salem is visiting during the absence of the pastor, h bake.
as brow ned an d b aste often. Cover
Miss Kennard, teacher of the
tier mother at the country home of
w ith a p aper to p rev en t b u rn in g and tive homes E. A. LaDow gave an
congregation over in his favor allow
fourth grade arrived Monday to
interesting and encouraging talk
h a lf an h o u r to a pound.
assume her duties in the school
and when his application was
A D a in ty F or Luncheon.
in favor ot the retiring pastor,
Veal F ritte rs.—T ak e one egg, one and ending by saying that the New
M isse s Alderman and M îsb Ham brought up it was readily accept
tw o-thirds cupfuls chopped veal, four
mond attended the Small-Boughey ed.
tablespoonfuls milk, one-half table berg church would find in him a
spoonful olive o il ,'s c a n t h a lf cupful faithful and loyal worker. Sev
Dana McPlierren and Morris wedding at Salem Wednesday.
Madras, central Oregon, one flour, one-eighth teaspoonful salt, w hite eral talks of a similiar nature
Selig returned Wednesday night
pepper, oue-half teaspoonful lemon
Miss Ritnour and Ruth Gottfieid year and three months ago and Juice, fry in g fat. B eat thoroughly the was made by several of the mem
from a hunting trip on the Big
yolk of th e egg and add th e m ilk, oil. bers. The guests then departed
were in Dallas Thursday.
worker and the vacancy caused sa lt and pepper, flour an d lem on Juice. after shaking hands with Rev.
e w h ite o f th e egg stiff and add
by his resignation will be one B to eat th th
e m ix tu re w hen ready to use. Hicks.
Ira C Mehrliug was a delegate
that will not be easily filled. The T hen s tir in th e veal, w hich should not
ol Polk county to the Railroad were visitors in Dallas this week. members of the church and the he chopped too fine. D rop w ith a spoon
The Observer appears to be
slightly sm oking f a t and fry to a
Land Grant Convention held at Among them were: Mrs. Wurtx- community at large regret to lose Into
particularly interested in sup-
barger, Mrs. Lindell, Mrs. Knee- Rev. Hicks, but as his new field
Salem this week.
cheesecloth. S erve w ith o r w ith o u t ptessing the rumor that the Falls
bone, Mr. Marlin, Mr. and Mrs, affords more opportunities and sauce.
City branch of the S. P. is to be
better chances for advancement,
In stating that the
G. P. Lane, who was injured
they wish him success and a bril y/J-n+i aJ
foundation it ap
three weeks ago witli a broken rib
R. M. Wondeily and C. L. Hop liant future, and heartily recom
was aide to return to work Monday kins have been working on the
mend him to the good people of
at Balderree’s camp.
new school building at Black Rock. Newberg as being a noble and
zeal for it to be only a mere mat
John II. Scott, the Salem real ter of news.
estate man passed through Falls
Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Shepherd
Miss Mildred Hall, the new
T. L. Trueax of Gordon, Neb.,
instructor in the Domestic Science are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
U. Paul returned to Hoskins City Thursday to Black Rock who has fieen visiting J. E. Trueax
Department of the Falls City Grier at Salem.
Thursday where Ice lias been en where he goes to look after the in and other relatives and friends
school, with her mother have mov
terests of a Swedish colony that is that he had known 20 years ago in
Mrs. Chapin and daughters, gaged in painting the depot, sec
ed into the house recently vacated
to tie located there in the near Nebraska will return home Mon
l y Dr. Hellwarth on nofth Main Leone and Mildred were in Salem tion house, bridges and other pro
perty of the railroad company.
SALEM, FALLS CITY & WESTERN
Bank of Falls City