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A . A’ , h m w i , A u f t K I
l a mil-*», Tobacco* and Cigar», at
It WON D E R L Y ’B
Free Methodist Church
Hunduy School 10:00 A. M.
Preuchiug 11:(M► A M.
Class meeting 12:0» I*. M.
Evening service 7:.'t0.
II. A. W alticm , Pastor.
M. E . Church
10:00 A. M
11:00 A. M.
tt:3ü I*. M.
7;30 P. M
W e e k -D a y Services
Church Orcheatra Practice Thurs-
day 7 P. M.
Choir Practice, Ihursday 8 P
Player Minting, Friday 7:30 P.
W. J. W aiikkn , Pastor.
Resi (stale Reai Estate.
Il you expeci lo nell or excliange
auv real retai« within thè next
year, “ flight Now" i» your timo to
liat sanie with uà Now, an we cali
get Ihem in thè banda of thè thous-
unda of prospcclive homo s«ekers
Mickalaon, thè Rial Fatate Man,
Falla City, Ore.
Walter L. Tooje, Jr., Lawyer,
Get your butter wrappers print
ed at the News office.
Onori house for »ale in Falle
City, part time. Enquire at News
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If so take advantage of our club
bing offer in tliia issue of the paper.
Read it. It ia on page 4.
Our school hud a vacation Thurs
day and Friday of l ist week on
account of Thanksgiving.
Mrs. \ral s|*uit Thanksgiving at
her home in Dallas.
Vernon Murphy is on the sick
Thanksgiving vacation with home-
The two (lood families took
Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and
Mrs. H R. Skeels.
THE FALLS OITY NEWS.
Huliiriiny, December 4, I ill 5
Local Nows Hems
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Procure Your Fuel
Edited by Falls City High School
II « rei no great country in
j Gladys Paul is sick with pneu-j
world which permits us marly uiij moina.
f (to Fiy has returned from
I unu -it: ret «id I. tedimi of speech u*J The fourth grade room is prettily |
| Aintfits. Ii is ever u matter if decorated for Christmas.
Mrs George Chumbeilain hu ( Wonder t<> the foreigner, (bat the
Lloyd Miller s|H-nt the vacation
i biimblett voter rimy op-nlv criti
with hi* uncle at Gillum.
cise (be governne-iii. Our leading
Walter Bow man was absent iiom
Mrs. C. L. Hopkins went to Dal ■ Ijournal* mav ecallungly rebuke
public oil ' ia lb hi the manner in school a few days this week.
las Friday morning.
' which they control the nations af-
Mrs C. L. Hopkins wn a vial
Geneva Sayre spent Thanksgiv ! fairs and ci itu ixe them in the inort tor in the 1 bird Giade room.
insulting manner, yet the Airier-
ing visiting homefnlks.
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j lean public merely shrug* its in the Teachers Training Claes
M. L 'Ihouipson was in Dallas shoulders and takes it us a matter j held the fort until she returned.
of culiifcu. It would be decided 1 u
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on business Wednesday.
. ' Lnlela *\ tst returned to school
justice, at least the majority oi ,,
, Monday after a few days illness,
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Deal spent liberal minded people think m >, to!
Thanksgiving in Dallas.
deny tin- American people and
Orel Courter has been absent
public pleas Ifeed-uii of speech, pro- from rcbool on acc-int of sickness,
Thu Art Club met at the home ol vided, however, that it be conliued
, Mrs. J. A. W’esi who has been
Mrs. C. J. Pogli Tuesday.
within reasonable limits. While, ,
critically til, is on the toad to re
many men. prominent in public
Josh Talbott made a busim-t * life, are not in tin; least deserving covery.
trip to Portland Thursday.
of ibi- bitter attacks that are being ! Clsrace Kimbrough was absent
heralded against them, yet their | from school Monday on account of
W. A. Psrsey made a business
opponents perform an appreciable illness.
trip to Black Rock Thursday.
service to the nation, in that this
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Mrs. Charles Moyer took up her
criticism tends to keep these same]
Fdith Johnson and Mildred „ i i
• i., work as music teacher Monday J
Chupiu were Dallas visitors Sun
ami narrow path, Ieri their enemies - UJorn,,,K-
seize upon the least deviation at
Floyd and Amos Reece are o u
p .liticai capital, being matter» tined to their home with tlie
Miss Holen Treat who is teach
troni this standpoint we may sec mumps. *
ing schuld, spent Thanksgiving at
good resulting fioin apparent un
President Ackerman of the Nor-
warranted attacks un our President
However, then is one point at “ ‘* l Pre“ " M the re*din» ro"
Miss Silvia Phillips was ab.ent
which a Halt should be called The j
l,*e 1916 Norm-
from school Monday forenoon on
WMidfield Johnson of the Man
R publican naWspgperS have a per
account of tlliiuss.
ual Training Department is mak
fect right to attack Mr. Wilson
ing a writing d'-sk for C. K. Mi-
Miss Nells who is attending the
Williauiette University returned
Don’t forget to lirok for the date
to her school Sunday.
private affairs ol a man, wh of the High School play which
FOR SALK — Apples and Fogliali should oominaud deep respect, int -1 wlU ^ ltpear in llie „ear future in
F op Next Year
1 h« liest allow at the tieni tonight,
ihe president »
walnuts. See A. II. Benton, halls th-
coming nu pi tala have no place in j
City, Ore., Phone 1561.
our papers other than as items t»t
The luestiun has »>een asked
y the gardener (Gardner) takes
Fresh Bread,Cukes,Cookie.-;, j ieu,
much car* of the flower in the
and other buk* ry goods, every day
ut the Kalis City Bakery.
papers arc wholly uncalled for.
The following pupils in the Third
Harvey Gage,a prominent farmer The voter it beginning to see thru Grade room are sick with mumps:
of near Kalla City iu> transacting such underhanded work, and the Margaret Sportsman,
day is not fur die taut when sui U Crocker, and Gladys Hall.
business in the city Tuesday.
abuse will Oe stopped.
A number of new books were ad
Hay for salt— Oat and Veld
ded to the library which arc valua-
Very intoreating work ir baiug
and Cheat hay at $12 per ton
abl references for the varions sub
W. F. Good, Phone 328 .
20 27 4 done in the first grade. The little
jects handled in High School.
Ones team the sound of letter» by
A child was bom to Mr. and Mr» pictures which represent the d:f-
Ihe Fifth tirade entertained the
Jesse H. Guilin last week, but tin, feient sound.-
For an example Fourth Grade on the Wednesday
is impressed on their preceding Thauksgiving. An in
little thing only lived a few
in Hid» liy a picture in which bees teresting progam was rendeied.
arc seen, thus giving an impress-
Miss Ken Hard war storm bound
Mrs. A. F. Seymour wpo i ion of a buying sound.
ill Alsea and fulled to be ut ^choul
teaching school at West Salem
1 In present high price of furs Monday. Lester Gardner, James
spent Thanksgiving at 1er home
attracted two prominent Falls Ruble and other leading charade rs
In this city.
Gity boys luto a bueiutss which
Maunce Selig was absent Mon
The attempted robbery at oelig’s promises great return» from a tinau- day morning at roll call and could
Another thing not be located. He was tinely loca
store will afford some of the Sher cial standpoint.
tliib un ted at Independence roasting his
lock’s an opportunity of exercising
to toes by a camp Hre
“ commune with nature in her visi
The Parent Teacher» Association
J. Le Flkms who hit* heel) coil- ble forms.” •
will hold a meeting Tuesday even
lined to his bed during the past six
Carrol McDonald an eight grade ing and Miss Rosa Parrot the En
weeks is much improved and i. student, i» preparing to enter the
glish teacher of the Normal will
now aide to sit up.
Frsahman class in the near future, deliver an illustrated lecture.
havingotdered a line pair of skunks
Mis. K. A. Horn returned la - 1
Mr». Cbas. Hopking president
from North Dakota and. expects to
week from Perrydale where she
to run a skunk -farm. This also of the Parent Teachers Association
has been visiting for more than a
speaks well for our industrial cla»s, visited school Monday morning
month. Mr. Horn i» working es. If Carol 1 coil-os to school car and gave the Teachers Training
rying a pecular ordor we will be Class a talk, which was apprecia
ted by all.
sure to recogoized (be cause.
The electric light people have
Mr. Lamar Tuoze, foimer student
Helen Treat of Fir Grove, L<>-
cut a new race to temporarially
conduct the water to tile pond until ol the Falls (.Try High School is raine Haley of Black Rock, Gene-
they car. replace the tlume that going to accompany Henry Ford Say re of Cherry Grove’ and Katie
was carried out by a drift last on his peace trip to foreign coun Barnhart of Smilhtield former stu
tries. Lamar is one of the boys dents of the Falls City High School
Falls City has reason to be proud hut now teachers speut Thanks
giving at their respective homes.
(). Aurland returned Wednesday of.
W. L. Barnhart butchered a hog
morning from a mouths trip in
last w*ek weighing 433 pounds
Eastern Oiegon where lie went for
dressed, from which sixteen gal
the benefit of his health. He vis
lons of lard wus rendered.
ited The Dalles, Richmond ami
W. L. Barnhart and family other points. He says that there
wended their way to the M. L has been more rain in that section
Thompson home Thanksgiiing to of the country this winter than for
help eat the turkey that Mr. New several years before, putting the
man in Idaho sent to his wife und farmers in good spirits. His health
daughter. It was nicely prepared is much improved.
for Thanksgiving dinner by Mrs.
Thompson. Those present besides
the relatives were MrB. Newman
and daughter Pearl, Miss Ham
BUT ONCE A TEAR
mond and Mr. Davidson.
Do not forget your confectionery
The Stroud house which was oc
supplies without which the best |
cupied by John \V. Macomber’e
Christmas would be incomplete.
family, wus destroyed by tire last
W ONDERLY’ S C O N F T Y . STORE.
BUY EARLY! SELECT NOW!
Watches, Gift Jewelery and
Silver Novelties at Low Prices.
PERSEY’S Jewelery Store.
FALLS CITY. OREGON.
You Will Hood Saw«, A m , V t 4 | t t and SpM ttof Maui«.
We oarry a eompltt« D m of tho Tools that you wHt oood.
W E A LS O C AR R Y G E N E R A L L IN E O F F U R N IT U R E
AN D H A R D W A R E
J. C. T A L B O T T &. CO . 1
P.. E.W illiam s , M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols ,
R. G-W h it l ,
Cashier Assistant Cashier
Bank of Falls City
F alls C it y , P olk C o un ty . O regon
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.
Pieces o f hand-painted China, 25cts to $2.00
W hite Ivory Sets,
Effanbee Unbreakable Dolls, 25 and 50cts.
Colgates G ift Boxes,
Pocket Knives, lOcts to $2.50
Razors, all kinds,
Edison’s Phonographs and records,
Boxes Stationery, 25cts to $3.50,
Bibles, a good assortment,
Eastman’s Kodaks, $1.00 to $22.50,
A ll kinds o f games,
Conklings Fountain Pens,
Girls and Boys books,
Don’t fail to look over our Bargain Counter
of Christmas things, at less than cost
M. L. T H O M P S O N .
N O T IC E
E LE C T IO N
NOTICE IS H E R E B Y G IV E N , That on Monday, the 6th day
o f December 1915, in the city of Falls City, Polk County, State of
Oregon, the A N N U A L G E N E R A L C IT Y E L E C T IO N will be held for
the purpose of electing the following officers; towit:
TH R EE C O U N C IL M E N .
Said E LE CTIO N will commence at Nine (9:00) o'clock in the
morning, o f said Monday, the 6th day of December, 1915, and will
run until six (6:00) o’clock in the evening of said day, the polls being
closed, however, between the hours of One (1:00) o’clock in the after
noon of said day‘until two (2.00) o’clock in the afternoon of said day.
The City Council of Falls City, Oregon, has appointed the fol
lowing Judges and Clerks of Election, and designated the following
place within the said city of Falls City as polling place for said elec
JUDGES OF E L E C T IO N :—E. G. White, Mrs. I. G. Singleton,
Mrs. W ill Hinshaw.
CLERKS OF E L E C T IO N :—M ary Hammond, Mrs. Mary
PO L L IN G P L A C E :—Council Chambers, (Office of Falls City
N ew s).
Dated at Falls City, Polk County, Oregon, this 27th day of
November A. D. 1915.
C. E. M cPHERREN,
Auditor and Police Judge
of Falls City, Oregon.
Do not forget the Parent Teach
ers meeting next Tuesday evening.
Joseph Sayre has the the mumps. Come out and hear Miss Parrott of
Miss Helen Selig has been quite Monmouth.
M rs . C. L. H opkins , Pres.
ill with mumps, hut is able to be
We have at our office a sample
Velma Miller spent Sunday at
of White Rose Potatoes of which
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
Persey and Lester Dodd formerly
Lewis at Dallas.
of this city raised 600 bu. on a con
Mrs Harry Dempsey and baby tract for the Seattle Seed Co. An
Ralph are visiting at the home of exhibit of their potatoes took tirst
Mr. and Mrs. A. Ourland.
premium at the Benton Co. Fair
Chris Hansen left Monday for and first at the State Fair and was
LaCross. Wash., for a visit with awarded a Gold Medal at the Pan
ama Pacific Exposition. Western
relatives during the holidays.
Oregon is “ pay dirt” if the soil is
L. D. Reece departed Sunday for
tickled in the right manner.
Enterprise, Oreguu to assist his
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father and brother in a wood cut
SMALL B LAZE
Mr. aud Mrs. J. R. Moyer re
turned from .a prolonged stay in
Portland this week, where they
had been called by the illness of
their daughter, Mrs. Josie Daven
F. K. Hubbard ie nursing a crip
pled arm this week. Some time
ago he got a fall injuring his right
»boulder aud last week be hurt it
again, makiig if necessary for him
to carry his arm in a sling.
About 7:45 Thursday night a
small blaze occurred at the home
of Professor Haley. In lighting
a gasolene lamp (the electric
lights having gone out) the gaso
lene spurted out setting some
papers on fire. The fire bell
clanged forth long and loud
bringing the people with lanterns
to find the fire. The blaze w as
soon extinguished with little or