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Saturday, November 8, 1915
THE FALLS CITY NEWS
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SALEM , FA LLS CITY & WESTERN
Ptiaacrigor Train Schedule
Effet •live Oct. 4, 1!M4
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Salmi . . . 7:00 !» 15
i Ialina . . . K.ir. 11.07
Falls« it y . H.Ml I I . II
HI ‘k Rock
Falla City. !!.:«> 1.26
Dalla». . . 10. in 2.00
Salem . . . 11.25 3.16
A most beautiful Autumn wed- j
ding was solemnized at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gardner
at Bridge[»ort on Sunday, Oct. 31,
The best »how at the tieni tonight
NICE LINE OF NEATERS, COOK STOVES AND RANGES
at 2:30 P. M., when their only
daughter, Edythe Lu Cina was
Now in the time to buy that new heater you
Claud Ktliaon la convalescing.
given in marriage to W. Claud
Promoted your wife, or rnaybe it was a cook
stove or a range. We have them, all—Oregon-
'I be baby of Mr». Joe Harlan if) Hoinington o f Ijewisville vicinity.
made goods from the Portland Stove Works,
effective way, “ Some Day’ ’ after
WE ALSO CARRY GENERAL LINE OF FURNITURE
Frank Hayden of tbeSiletz basin which to the sweet strains o f the
"Bridal March” by Chester Sie
was in the city Tuesday.
farth on his cornet and Mrs. Sie
Mr». Flower >>( Salem visited farth at the piano the bridal
party marched* forth and in a
friends in town Sunday.
canopy of moss ropes and Autumn
Misa M able Otte visited Olive leaves, under a large bell of
sweet peas. Rev. Plowman of
Stamm in Dalla» Friday.
Lewisville said the magic words
R. E. W illiams , M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols , R. G. W hite ,
Cashier Assistant Cashier
joined them in lawful wed
Miss Katie Lambert was hone
from ber si boot Saturday.
The impressive ring ceremony
Volarci’ Dennis is visiting bit was used. Little Vernice Mc-
F alls C it y , P olk C ounty . O regon
motLer at Newport tins week.
Sherry, couBin o f the bride was
ring bearer arid Pauline Hosing-
Does a General Banking Business. Interest Paid on Time
Phillip Uoltfreid who has been ton niece of the groom was flower
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
crippled up «VItli rheumatism is girl. Hazel Duignan was brides
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
maid and Wiley Gardner was
best man. The bride was lovely
Wallace Brown expects to re in her dress o f cream silk Poplini
Free Methodist Church
sume operating bis tie mill the and lace. The bride’s maid was
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
¡irsi of the week.
quite girlish in pink silk with
Preaching 11:00 A. M
School was closed three days last
Class meeting 12:00 P. M.
white fur trimmings. The groom
on account of the Teachers
t) F. Attehurv of the Kolilar- was dressed in the conventional
H. A. W alter , Pastor.
Chase P.ano Co., ol Portland was style. The bride carried a shower
in the city on business Thursday. bouquet of white carnations which
Mable and Gladys Murphy visit-
M. E. Church
was caught by Bessie Hosington.
eel their grandmother last week.
L. M. Byerly and K. Martin of After congratulations a most Sunday Services
Some of the Falls City boys were
Kickreal passed through here dainty lunch was served of ice
10:00 A. M out on a hike in Oakdale vicinity
VETERINARY SURGEON-DENTIST Thursday ou their way to Newport. cream and cake and the wedding
11:00 A. M. one day last week.
0:30 P. M.
cake was served with "P u gh ’ s
Miss Katie Barnhart spent Sat-
Vern and Howard Brentner, Cecil Loganberry Juice” , instead of
7:30 P. M.
and Sunday at home, return-
Phone 56, or oall Livery Stable. Ouderkirk, Glen and Rule Fergu the old style Punch. The couple Week-Day Services
ijig to Smithfield Sunday evening.
son attended the football game at received many beautiful and use
Church Orchestra Practice Thurs
Falls City, Oregon
Louie Dunn is again working for
Oallas last Saturday.
day 7 r. m .
M r. Graham.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoisington left i Choir Practice, Thursday 8 P.
Mrs. August Percy of Sherdati on the evening train for Portland
Mrs. McDouald is at home again
after a stay of several weeks in
was a visitor at the home of her
and will go from there to The I Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:30 P. Dai'las where 6he has been taking
pareuts, Mr. and Mrs. 1). J. Boje,
Dalles and other points and after M.
meclical treatment and is much
Sunday and Monday.
Nov. 9th will be at their home,
W. J. W arren , Pastor.
between Bridgeport and Lewis
Mrs. Frank Kllis of Black Rook, ville.
May, if you wish to buy, sell,
who has iieen very »ick for some
Those attending were: Mr. and
rent, or trade, anything in the
time was brought to the home of Mrs. Wm. Hoisington, Mr. and
Miss Mary Hammond and her Rerd Estate line, see Mickalson.
her sister, Mrs. Fred Ssxby of this Mrs. C. C. Gardner. Mr- and Mrs.
pupils gave a recitation and re If >-on wish to sell, buy, or trade
■ city Tuesday.
G. W. Siefarth, Mr. and Mrs.
ception at the Selig hall Tuesday stoi A, or properties of any descrip
Lou Hoisington and children,Mr.
• W. G. Vassal) of Dallas spent and Mrs. Cleet Siefarth, Mr. and night. There was an attendance tion from an old hat to a threshing
the day last Sunday with Pat Mrs. Kaup and family, Mr. and o f more than one hundred who niacthine, soe Mickalson.
Catn1i>’S, Tobacco* and Cigar», at
W e make a specialty of doing
Murphy. Mr. Vassall is one of Mrs. McSherry, Mr. and Mrs. came to enjoy the music and
L. I». W ONDERLY’S
the pioneers of Falls City having John Duignan. Mr. and Mrs. W. learn the progress made by these our best to bring the buyer and
The program selJer together i'ud promote speedy
lived here when there was only J. Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur young musicians
WANTED AND FOR SALE
showing the sales with the be-H possible results.
|one or two houses. He ran a Hoisington. Bessie Hoisington, J.
Ycfurs for fair and honorable
creamery here at that time.
W. Elliott, C. L. Gardner,Orville
dealings from start to finish.
Young pigs for sale. Randolph
J. O. M icka X son ,
Miss Helen Selig gave a Hal Wiley Gardner, Lester Gardner. each their part.
City read estate man.
lowe'en party to a few of her Nora and Dora Hoisington, Hazel
Walter. !.. Tome, Jr., Lawyer, friends Saturday evening. The j
lowing .pupils: 1st prize, Luella First building west cf News office.
Duignan, Idamae Foster.
Ward and Mable Sheppard; 2d
The girl» were dressed as ghosts.
prize, Mercie Sheppard: 3d prize.
Miss Hammond was the witch:
Get your butter wrapper» print After they had told ghost stone»
LaVeta McCulloch. Six diplomas
There» will bo a Parents-Teachers
ed at tI im News ottice.
meeting at the school h o 'ls e ‘ next
The institute was well attend were also given-
they went out to scare people. A
The following pupils and others Tuesday evening at 7:30.
very luscious supper was served by ed by the teachers and teachers
Good house for sale in Falls
By Order of
took part in the exercises: Eva
City, part time. Kpquire at News Mrs. Selig.
Mrs. Hopkins, Pres.
otti I e.
Mrs. Harry Dempsey (H u lffy ) played at the institute on Thurs Lane, Ruth Sayre, Helen and
Geraldine Selig, LaVesta McCul
Mrs. C. L. Hopkins wss in Dal
See our clubbing offer in this is the mother of a 9-pound boy. day, Nov. 28.
iesur— four popular magazine» for Mrs. Dempsey is in Riokreal at
The Seinors class was organiz
present, but as soon as young ed last week and the following
Th« baby of Mr. and Mrs. John
Harry is able to walk they will officers were elected: Lester W. Ruby Johnson, Ruth Gottfreid,
who has beeu quite sick is
FOR SALE— Apples and English join Mr. Dempsey on his home Gardner, Pres; Loleta West, Sec- Ida Crawford. Mercie Sheppard,
walnut». See A. II. Benton, Fall» stead in eastern Oregon.
Treas. The other classes will Mable Otte, Luella Ward, Della
Reece, Vola Selig
City, Ore., Phone 1681.
O. J. Pugh was in Portland in
Mrs. A. Buaoh and daughter of
the interest oS his loganberry juice
Fresh Bread,Cake»,Cookies, l ies, Nelson, Wisconsin came Sunday
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Pow this week.
society had a meeting on Monday
and other bakery good», every day to visit her nephew, W. A. Persey.
ers. Tuesday, a girl.
■at the Falls City Bakery.
Mre. Southerland and Norma
They were on their way home from elected: Lester W. Gardner.Pres;
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Starr vis who have been visiting Mrs.
the San Francisco exposition. She Nettie Murry, Vice-Pres; Clara
The Womans World, Farm and
ited friends in the city Thursday. Thompson returned home this
left Wednesday for Salerrr where Sampson, Sec-Treas.
Home, Home Life, Household and
they will visit a few days and then
The executive committee is ap
the News one year for #1.18.
Geo. Byers of Black Rock was
go to Montana and visit her two
Monday night at the mass meet
pointed by the President and are in town Thursday. He says the
When you lose anything an ad sons.
J. C. Talbott was elected alter
as follows: Trevol Powers, fresh camps are working steady.
in Mie News will put people on the
delegate to attend the meeting
Wednesday evening a meeting man; Sybil Wilson, Sophomore;
lookout and probably restore to
Interstate Commerce Com
was held at Miss Hammond’s to
Mrs. A. E. Seymour, who ie
you some valued article.
to meet at Portland Nov.
elect officers for the Jr. League. West, Seniors.
teaching school at West Salem was
The following officers were elected:
There will be a play put on by visiting homefolks Saturday.
Do you like to read good stories?
President— Mable Otte; Sec.— Ruth the H. S. some time before
li so take advantage of our club-
Treasurer Fred J. Holman o f
Glen Elders, Erie Cutler, Ted
tint (field ; T'eas.— Lavita Howell; Xmas.
I mg offer in this issue of the paper.
Dallas was in the cily Monday.
1st V-Pres.— Marion Crocker; 2d
New pupils are still coming
Read it. It is on page 8.
were in the city Wednesday.
V— Pres.— Edward Warren, 3d V- into the High School.
F. K. Hubbard was in Dallas
S T O V E S AND RANGES
W IM T V O B N I j
fc A « r f t O t ’ N t i
1 * 1 1 » « » ., A U K N T
J. C. TA LB O TT & CO.
Bank of Falls City
W. 1. THOMPSON.
Or. P. C. PaHon.
If you have a farm to rent ad-
vertue it in the New*. We have
inquiries lor farms for rent, but as
none have been advertised we are
unable to direct them.
Pres.— Hazel Wiuglow; 4th V-Pres.
last Saturday on business.
Found at Free Methodist church,
Lew Cates, editor of the Dallas
— Geneva Treat; Organist— Helen
W. B. McKowan returned
Selig. The next meeting will be Observer, and wife were visiting at umbrella. Owner can have by de
held at the M. E. church Sunday the home of J. C. Talbott the first scribing property and payiug for Thursday from a visit to his bro
this ad. W. A. Walter.
ther at Portland.
at 4 o’clock. Everybody come.
of the week.