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Saturday, Deosiiiber 25, 1915
THE FALLS 01TT HEWS.
Mr*. Win. Finley wua in Dallas
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wingo visit
ed in Dallas Monday.
Editad by Falls CHy Nigh School
Frank Martin ol Tillamook wan
in town the llrat ol the week.
Christmas Shopping Now
make a demonstration thruout the
Mrs. Bennett ih visiting in Van STUD ENT C O U N C IL NATIFICS
«tale on New Year s Kvt. It is
couver, WShli., for a few week*.
C O N S TITU TIO N
You will want many articles in our line for
that the reasoning
Velma Miller «pent the latter At tit« tegular meeting 'of the public opinion
presents, we we have a nice line
not support such s plan
Carpets, Rugs. Stoves and
part of last week visiting in Dallas. Student Body Council held in the for the will reason
that it tends to
maket useful and suit
Sheriff John Orr of Dallas was ing, the propobi-d constitution pre create a lawless spirit among those
here on official business the first of sented by a committee of five was vicious persons to whom the saloon
read and adopted and will be pre ha« been their only home. When
J. C. TALBOTT & CO
Miss Mercie Bheppsid is «pend sented to tlm Student Body Wed the “ wets” are taking their defeat
ing the holidays visiting her aunt nesday January 0, 1918 lor final
| courteous for the victors to boast.
Mr. and Mre. George M. Tice The object of this constitution is Because of holiday* the Joker
visited Win. Ellis and wife at Dal to give to the High School pupils will not he edited next week.
the privilege of regulating student*
K. E. W illiams , M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols . R. G.W hite .
Don’t forget to look for the date
Cashier Assistant Cashier
Mr. Lealhrrwood left Thursday the play ground and to encourage of the High School play.
for southern Oregon where he will e'.udeut activities.
The Fails City Commercial Club
spend s few days.
High School »elf government Las purchased five hundred copies
Mr. Lindell is going east as soon will not in the least lessen the le- of the Salem Statesman which lias
F alls C it t , P olk C ounty . O regon
as hs can di«|>ose of his stock. He Hponsibilito-H of the teachers but one page devoted to the interests
Does a General Banking Business. Interest P a id on Time
has s job on a rail road.
will give them an opportunity to of Falls City. These copies will
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
Tobacco« and Cigar*, at The Falla City Lumber Cam- do more work. At present it is be sent to people living in the east.
Notary Public officially connected with the B a n k .
pauy's dock horses were brought coaling Hi* district $70 per month The members of the High School
B. WON DERLY’8
in from tho country last Baturday. tu conduct the study room. II wish to thank the School Board
plan work* a* we anticipate it for so kindly granting us the extra
Free Methodist Church
FURS WANTED.—Highest prices this
the leachcis will be relieved holiday.
paid. Write lor price list. G. D. of *tudy
Hunday School 10:00 A. M.
«Miles and eight Nettie Graham formerly of the
Preaching 11:00 A. M.
Alderiu A Co. Balom. Oregon, new classee room
can be organized, ma Falls
Claw* meeting 12:00 I*. M.
City High School who has
Mrs. J. L. Oxford of Linn county, king the work of the school more teen attending
Evening *ervice 7:30.
Pieces of hand-painted China, 25cts to $2.00
II. A. W ai . h h , Pastor. came the latter part of last week to efficient.
White Ivory Sets,
visit her son, Clay Oxford and The High School is working returned to Falls City for Christ
Effanbee Unbreakable Dolls, 25 and 50cts.
«hurt handed when we come to
M. L Church
I am doing all kinds ol umbrella quired by the State course ol Miss Fatlaud will spend the
Pocket Knives, lOcts to $2.50
10:00 A. M. repairing at moderate prices, la-ave
holidays tu Portland.
Morning Service 11:00 A. M. them with H. Bedient, janitor. W. Study.
Razors, all kinds,
The steady growth of the High Fay Wells of Wiliiamelte Uni
0:30 P. M. Gibson.
Edison’s Phonographs and records,
will soon require an added versity visited H’gh School Wed
7:30 P. M Mia* Flossie Oxford, who came School
Boxes Stationery, 25cts to $3.50,
teacher unless some means can be
Weak -Day Sarvioaa
hero recently to visit her brother. devised to uee the present teach nesday
Bibles, a good assortment,
Orchestra Practice Wedneeday Clay Oxford, was taken ill with ing force to a greater advantage. Donald Hodges is visiting in
Eastman’s Kodaks, $1.00 to $22.50,
7:00 P. M.
lagrippe l*st week.
The cost of running school is high, Eugene
kinds of games,
Choir Practice, Wedueaday 8:00 Misses Hettie and Iva Newman perhaps, loo high for the results Mr. Ward went to the Siletz
Conklings Fountain Pens,
Wednesday morning to clear out
of Caldwell, Idaho are visiting their obtained, however, Falls City High the
Piaycr Meeting, Friday 7:30 P mother, Mrs. Newman, who recent School is among the very lowest in
Girls and Boys books,
the State in its class when wc Herbert Hansen ia visiting his
ly came hers for her health.
W. J. W ahukn , Paator.
Don’t fail to look over our Bargain Counter
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Meyer, for The cost per pupil being 147 per Miss Snedeker will spend Christ
Christmas things, at less than cost
merly of this place but now ol year while other schools in the mas vacation in Airlie.
Of stow n are the proud parents ol State reach as high as $141.95 per Lester Gardner will visit friends
BILLS ALLOW ED BY
M. L. THOMPSON.
line boy, born Bunday morning. capita.
COUNCIL FOR NOVEMBER
in Independence and Salem during
has another contract from The pupils of the school are en the coining week.
W. L. Too se, »alary..............$30.00 the Gilo
City Lumber company tering into this werk] with good Jack Crocker is sick with the
L. T. Murphy, »alary city
grading on their spirit, realizing that it is for the mum os.
Wednesday afternoon the whole Roy Seno is absent from school
marHhal ......................... 30.00 logging road. of Work
part in an impromptu on account of poison ivy.
L. T. Murphy, «alary water
Mane Reese will spend the holi musical took
in the high school Mr. Sammous is visiting iu the
Today we close the doors of our days in Portland.
The orchestra Siletz.
Electric Light Co., light*,. 84 54 There is a force of slnnit fifty school to the beloved year of 1915 Mrs. Tichenor returned from
pieces and The Misses Myrtle and Olive
men at work on the road leading leaving no regrets behind. We Portland Tuesday.
C. E. McPhcrrin, «alary and
they have Stamm are expecting to spend
expense?............................ 28.25 to the cement quarry. It is ex wish the entire community, pa Harry Starr visited school Tues
and Christmas in Falls City.
pected to complete the road and trons and taxpayers a “Merry day.
W. L. Kuaaell, clearing gar
bage dump........................ 15.00 be ready to ship rock about the
Miss Alice Bedient visited school
We shall re-enter the deal old halls Miss Fay Wells ol Williametle Their playing was bo well liked by Thursday.
J. J. Sammons, two map*... 1.50 first of March.
ud . 3, 1918 not with foolish reso University visited school Thurs the pupils that they were compell
Observer, printing 800 cer
Mrs. O. Aurlaud accompanied J lutions
Lucille I ichenor is planning to
ed to repeat most of the selections. spend
to do better but with a will day afternoon.
tificate* ............................. 4.00 Mrs. H. Dempsey and child aj far
New Year’s in Portland.
bring our school to the highest Mrs. J. A. West who has been The lower grades sang the Christ
as Dallas Wednenday. Mrs. Demp to possible
students of the Senior Class
mas songs they have learned under
position among the educa quite ill is improving rapidly.
E. U. White.......................... 8.00 sey was on her way to eastern
Haley with a
Badie bingloton.................... 3.00 Oregon where her husband has tional institutions of tne State Lester Gardner was compelled to the direction of Mrs. Moyer. The watchchain Professor
for a Christ
high school pupils also sang, ac
with the least possible expense.
Emma Hinahaw................... 3 00 taken a 320 acre homestead.
remain in Falls City Tuesday companying
the orchestra in all
Mary Hammond .................. 8.00 Mr. Z. Batoorney had a close
evening on account of high water.
knew. When the
Mary A. Bennett .............. 8.00 call Wednesday of last week while
Janies Bohle is going to spend program was fiuished
Kalla City News printing and
Prohibition becomes effective in his Christmas vacation running a marched back to their the
rent for November........... 15.35 ging road right ol way. A limb a few days and the dry’s feel more cross cut saw.
M JT ONCE A YEAR
lively tuue by tiie orchestra.
L. T. Murphy, tor payment
of lots bought in by mayor
and Margaret Crocker Do not forget your confectionery
falling tree struck him on the It is but natural that the dry fac her Christmas vacation in Walla who Marion
at sale of lots for delin
have been ill with mumps re supplies without which the best
inflicting a very painful tion should become enthused with Walla.
Christmas would be incomplete.
quent «treet asHessuuut...741.86 shoulder
first grade room will enter turned to school Thursday.
the spirit of victory when we con tain The the
L. T. Murphy, for recording
second grade with a The third grade room had a very WONDERLY’ S C 0 N F T Y . STORE.
deeds ................................. 37.40 A correspondent gets oti the fol sider the magnitude of the indus Christmas tree
and piogram Thurs pretty Christmas tree for their
lowing:—‘‘A lad came down the try that closes its doors ou Jan.
C. E. McPherren. recording
The greater part Christmasexercises Thursday after
execution« against delin
decorations were made by noon. The room was decorated C. M. Oils was in Salem the
quent«................................. 27.00 of Mr. Buell’s calve*, but tie got ple of Oregon favor the abolish of the the pupils.
with hells stars crossed diagonally
ef the week.
W. B. McKowan,expense« at
ment of the licensed saloon, as the Miss Kennard will spend Chiist- through the room. Red aud white first Billie
arrived from Cal
delinquent sale ................. 1.15
vote of the last general election in uias vacation week in Alsea.
Santa Clauses were tacked up all ifornia Gravum
They also >tjted that it has been dicated,
of the week to
in noseuse, should
around room above black board. spend Christmas with his parent*,
the custom, all summer, for boys the rights but,
the minority be for
to run cattle in and get 25c a head gotten. of Mere
a good tiling to have a few Mr. and Mrs. A. H Grayutn.
victory does not are spending the holidays witii her of Its
but that hereafter they intended grind the vanquished
your own ideas of your own, Mrs. Grace Hansen lett Friday
as does the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buell.
to use the telephone to protect the humiliation which i6 showered
tbeie’s such a thing as being for Estacada, Ore., where she will
original that you get spend Christmas with her brother*.
on him by the boasts of the victor. visited the Falls City school and lonesome B’gosh.
F. E. and C. L. Ceckerline. Bertlia
None of us care to be defeated in her sister who is sixth grade
will occupy her position in
The beat show at the Gem tonight
store during her absence.
Last Sunday while crossing: the
Miss Hettie Newman of Caldwell, Keld,
Mrs. W. E. Russell and
Today is one minute lunger than railroad bridge just west of town
Idaho intends to start to school at Whose head was ridiculously swell- daughter Emma,
two sons, Freddie
Will Wood, wife and Mrs. L. M.
Falls City after the Christmas va
Robertson and two children had Many millions have been tied cation.
rived Tuesday night and will
H. Karr is repairing the mill at a very narrow escape from being up in ,‘John Barleycorn’’ in the The fourth grade I intertained But his schoul mates asserted.
the reason he was deserted, spend Christmas with their daugh
Dallas this woek.'
run over by the motor car from State of Oregon, alone, and tne the fifth grade with a Christmas That
Was because he had flirted.
ter, Mrs. C. J. Bradley, and son,
George Brown came in from half way across and lookingdown ies and saloons number among the entertainment Thursday afternoon. With everything skirted,
Baleni Moadav night.
The room was decorated very And now such a fellow you never Roy Russell.
at the water and did not hear thousands. By a thirty-five thous pretty
with a Christmas tree and beheld.
and majority, the voters emphatic many kinds
Raal Estate Bargains
Walter L. Tooie, Jr., Lawyer, the approach of the train until it ally
of Christmas decora
big house and four lots
Flossie Oxford who is visiting at $450. $250 will haudle.
had time to jump to the side and capital be sacrificed for the ulti tions.
The first grade room was ap the home of her brother, Clay Ox Good six room house 2 1-2 lot*,
Cue Anderson made his wile a cling to the braces at the side of mate Rood of the commonwealth. propriately
decorated .lor Christ ford has been ill.
honsehold goods; and ISO or 180
the bridge. Owing to a sharp The attitude of the people who will mas with red
present of a tine S60 range.
white paper Miss Lncile Tichenor was called in other good property goes with
curve in the track the engineer be thrown out of employment as a Santa Claus's on and
wall and a very to the phone Thursday to answer place at $500.
A beautiful 42 piece dinner set did not see them until it was too result of this law is not unlike that pretty Christmas tree
in center of a long distaut call—while she would These are close in and I am sure
given away frta. See Flemings Coni late to stop the car before it was of the Southerner, who during the
not tell—judging from the one some one with a little money could
onto them. People walking on civil war, asks the invading Yan
Freeh Bread,Cakes,Cookies, Pies, the railroad tracks and especially kee, “ Why for did you'ns come The first and second grade had sided conversation someone must almost doable on same before the
and other bakery goods, svory day crosaing bridges and tressels clar dowu heah to fight we’us.” their Christmas entertainment be seriously sick at the other end summer is over.
Inquire of Mickalion.
at the Fall« City Bakery.
It is the intention ol the dry’s to together in first grade room.
of the line.
should be on the alert.
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Paasuwr Train Schedule
Effective Oct. 4.1014
Fai Is City 8.50 11.86
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Fall* City, 9.30 1.25
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