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Saturday, September 26, 1915
THE FALLS CITY NEWS.
i lUncli or farm wanted on shares,
School Opened Monday
or work on farm. W. C. Harrison,
“Tim Heart of Night Wind" u
alory with ita tradition« of the
Big Luekiamute logging country,
waa ahown in the film« at the Gem
theatre, Saturday n i g h t . The
novel waa written by Vendue T.
The public school opened Mon
day with an enrollment of 230 ,
L. L, Brook« and family
Candi* «, Tobacco« and Cigar«, at I their worldly good« aboard the 52 being in the high school de
1* B. WONDERLY’B
tram Tue«day and departed for partment. The school starts off
(.litoti, \Ya«hmgtoo where Mr. with good prospects for an inter
Brooks ha« work. Mr. Brook« esting term. The pupils and
D r. W . L. H o llo w a y
| worked there some ten year« ago teachers are interested in their
aod will not go among strangers. work and are planning great
OK DA 1.1. AS, ORB.
We regret to nee them go. but a« it things,
E. W illiams , M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols , R. G. W hite ,
will be to their interest to go. we The teacher» are as follows:
Cashier Assistant Cashier
WILL BE AT FALLS CITY HOTEL wish them tucces«.
John Walker, section foreman is Fatland, English; Miss Ritenour,
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND
the repair work on the Mathematics; Miss Snedeker, 7-8
FRIDAY EACH WEEK
F alls C ity , P olk C ountv . O regon
get the road in grade; Miss Montgomery, 5th;
All chronic and acute diseases good condition to before
the rainy Miss Kenard, 6th; Miss Johnson,
Does a General Banking Business. Interest Paid on Time
treated. If you are afflicted with weather sets in.
4th; Mrs. Moyer, 3d; Miss Cha
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
any ailment call and we will talk
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
It. K. Davenport of Portland Irwin, music; O. Elle, manual
waa here laat Saturday winding re training.
latives. Hi« wife has been visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mr«. J it. Former Falls City Young Lady Weds c
| Moyer and ho came down to spend
a few day« and accomnunv her The home of Mr. and Mrs. B. j
Boughey 1786 State st., Salem. ,
home. Mr. Davenport lived in F.
9cene of a beautiful wed- 5
The beat show at tha Gem tonight Kails City a few years ago and is ding the
now employed in the auditing de Sept. 15, high
when their daughter,
ONE WE E K
of the electric light com Sadie, became the bride of Mr.
Freeh Bread,Cakee,Cookie*, P*«», partment
Hugh Small of Silverton. When
and other bakery good«, every day pany at Portland.
the guests were assembled in
at the Kalla City Bakery.
spacious living room. Miss ^
One little old farmer cultivating the
sang sweetly “ Belov- 3
For one week beginning Saturday. September 25. we
Horae wanted to work (or feed. a 10-acrn tract on a aidehill is ed it Judd
make a special CASH price on all our trimmed hats.
J. C. March.
worth more Io Falla City than all strains of the “ Bridal Chorus” ;
the automobile tourists that pa*« from Lohengrim, the bridal party
We have some of the latest creations of the Milliners
Hoy James and son were in in it season.
took its place beneath the arch
art and invite you to come and inspect them.
of smilart and roses, while the
We also carry a nice line of Ladies Furnishings that
Thomas Jewel, theVyear old son Rev. Geo. Round joined the hap
selling at very low prices.
I.nvilla Buell has gone to Cot of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Robit son ing the ring ceremony.
tage (¡rove whpre she will teach died Monday night of Cholera The Bride wore a lovely white i
Morbus. Funeral services were gown of embroidered net over
school this year.
held st the home Tuesday by Rev. mescaline and carried a bouquet
How is your stock of envelops, II. A. Walter, who chose lor his of brides roses and ferns and was
letterheads and statements? Better text Matt. 19:14. Interment wa« attended by her sister, Miss
Mabel Boughey. The Groom
come to the New« office and get a made in city cemetery.
wore the conventional black.
John Small was best man.
Ruth Oottfreid, Mnble Shepherd Mr. After
the ceremony and con J. E. Grimes of Monmouth was
Free Methodist Church
Mr. and Mrs. AI lie Conrter and i and l.aVita Hollowed of the Pro gratulations,
the guests, about
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Isiys of aouthern Oregon visited bationers class at the Methodist twenty in number, were served a here on business Tuesday.
Preaching 11:00 A. M.
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. D church were awarded New Testa sumptuous four course dinner. George Loftus and wife attended Class
meeting 12:00 P. M.
meats Sunday. The prizes were Bride assisted with the serving.
given for the highest percentage in Mrs. Small, for many years a Dave Grant aud family attend-
A. W alter , Pastor.
People who have been accustom answering Bible questions.
ed to look to the mill for fiiewood
uate of the Falls City High
will have to make other arrange This Fall would he a good time School and of the Willamete Uni- Mr Rnd Mril- Tom Hollowell at- There will M. be t Church
no preachiug ser
io plan for a bigger and better versitv and has taught during the tended the fair at Dallas Friday.
ments tin« winter. This will give crop
two years in the Silverton Vern Williams and Mr. French tke 26th as pastor Church
employment to quite a number of of getting them to market. A can past
nery could he made profitable if ing an admirable young lady in of Airlie were in town Wednesday. ference.
all the fruit growers would co every way. a very capable church Helen and Geraldine Selig at On October 3d regular services
R. M. Wonderly went to Hos operate.
Then it would encourage worker, being well known in tended the fair at Dallas Wednes will be held, but the evening ser
kins Wednesday to do some car greater efforts in fruit growing. .church
and prohibition circles day.
vices will begin one half hour ear
and Falls City.
Dallas is, so it is rumored, in Mr. Small Salem
is a young man of Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert lier, making Epworth League come
Six ton loose oat hay for «ale. fested with blind tigers and boot moral worth and is a substantial Shiltz of Black Rock, Tuesday, a at 6:30 and preachiug at 7:30.
farmer of the Silverton district. jgirl.
M. A. M arcy , Pastor.
18-25. leggers. The bacchants of Dallas He
is a student of the Oregon E. E. Gilliam of Salem visited •
must have perverted tastes to be Agriculturial
C. L. Hopkins has taken Prof. content with bootleg, and only a Mr. and Mrs. College.
his sister, Mrs. Mary Miller Sun WANTED—Good Falls City pro
Small left for a day.
Haley's plane at Black Rock and few miles to the real article.
few weeks honeymoon at Oak
perty in exchange for a good 160
with a crew of men is erecting a Rev. M. Howard Fagan, of Al land and San Francisco.
Mrs. Ira Mehrling attended the acre stock ranch in Deechuettes
large play shed for the school hany, formerly pastor of the Chris
fair at Dallas Thursday and Fri Valley south of Bend, Oregon,
Also for sale, rent or trade cheap,
tian church of this city, assisted for work.
residence property in
Clay Miller, Enis Frink, Fred by Revs. Abraham Bennett, and Dale Bell is clerking for G, W.
Oreg. Apply to
Zuver and Mert Young returned G. S. O. Humbert, preached at the Brentner.
J oseph M ikalson ,
Saturday from the McLaughlin Christian church Thursday night
Mias Y’elnia Miller was among
His sermon was in tho interest of
hop yard at Independence.
the visitors at the Dallas Fair, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dennis and
the Eugene Bible University and
Now is a good time to invest in was an able discourse. The Chris Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mix were in Thursday.
daughter Leda were visiting here
roal-cetato. Fancy prices are giv tian churches of this state have Dallas Wednesday.
ing way to real values and the united to raise $25,000 for the Un Mrs. Geo. Gardner was a Dallas building a bungalow for his brother Mrs. Emma Hinshw and Duck
prospective purchaser can get the iversity in order to get the dona visitor
Hinshaw returned from tne Siletz
worth of his money.
tion of $50,000 pledged by J. J. Mis. Eleanor Butler was a Dal- If you have a farm to rent ad- Saturday.
Hill. At the close of the meeting las visitor this week.
it in the New«. We have
Mis. Eva McCoy and two sons, Rev.
ealled lor those who Mrs Dennis is visiting her sister vertiae
Edward and Clark of Butte, Mont., wished Fagan
for farms for rent, but as
to make a dedication of at Newport this week.
arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. 'fol their lives
been advertised we are
and enter the Univer Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Moyer were unable to direct
iar this week. 'Ihe McCoy’« and sity in the cause
of Christ to come in Falls City Sunday.
Toller's are old acquaintances in forward. Bula Young
only one who chose to make the Mrs. A. E. Seymour attended the
occurred at the
If all reports he true, there must venture.
lie some very bad booze sold at
Independence. A (ew drinks seems
to make them blind drunk and
crazy, leady to commit any crime. Bert Wonderly and Chas. Har- Mrs. J. C. Talbott and Mrs. Fred M. A. Marcy officiated. Mrs. Trask
i . .
tung made a trip to Portland Talbott attended the Fair at Dal and Mrs. Marcy acted as witnesses.
Mrs. Harry Starr returned Mon- Saturday,
aud Mrs. Bassett will reside
day from a visit with her parents ¡jisa Golds Plaster of Dallas is Mr. and Mrs. Win. Finley re in Mr. Dallas
where Mrs. Bassett’s
at Philomath. Mr. Starr met her taking care of the sick child of turned from the Horse Bros., hop brother is living
at the present
yard at Independence this week. time.
Bank of Falls City
Sale of Trimmed Hats
Falls City Millinery Co.
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