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Saturday, January 21), 1010
THE FALLS CITY HBW«.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
Paamwigcr Train Scheduli»
Effective Oct. 4,1014
i » i
WMTSUf Nil * u f
Salem . . . 7:00 0.45
Dalla». . . 8.16 11.02
Fai Is City. 8.50 11.35
HvV a 1*
HI ‘k Rock
Falls City. 0.30 1.26
Dallas. . . 10.10 2.00
Salem . . . 11.01 3.16
A. C , 1‘UWNKI, AuSNT
f ree Methodist Church
Sunday School 1U:0U A. M.
Preaching 11:00 A M.
Class meeting )2K)0 P. M.
Evening aarvloa 7:30.
H. A W ai . tkh , Pastor.
M. E. Church
S u n d a y S e rvio e s
W e a k -D a y S a rv io a a
Orchestra Practice Wedueaday
7:00 P. M.
Choir Practloa, Wedueaday 8:00
Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:30 P.
W. J. W ahhkn , Paator.
Post Office Time Card
Ottico houra: Daily, except Sun
day, 8 a m. to 6.30 p.m.
Mail arrivée, from
Snlcin 0.00 a.in., 6:lh p.m.
Dallaa, 0:00 A. M , 6:15 P. M.
Portland A Eugene train 101,
11:55 a. in.
Black Bock, 1:30 P M.
Mail closes for:
Salem,8.50 A ^ L , 1 P.M. and 5:30
Dallaa, 8:60 A. M. and 5:301* M.
Kugene A Portland train 162,
1 p. in.
Black Rock, 1! A. M.
Mail Order and Poatal Saving»
window c I ohch at 0 P. M.
Sl'NOAV O hi .V
Ollice hour»: 0:30 to 10:80 a.m:
Mail arrives from Salem, 0:00
Portland A Kugene trnm 101,
11:55 a. in.
Local Newt H o m i
S ELF G O VER N M EN T
Frmh Bread,Cakes,Cookies, Pi«*,
On Monday morning promptly
and other bakery goods, every day
at nine O’clock the High School
at <he Fulls City Bakery.
will become a n*-lf governing body.
W F Nichols was in Dulls» I net Aa far as Fulls City is concerned
tnis will be an experiment and
whether the innovation proves »uc-
Klmer Lowi« made a business ri'seful lies with the patrons of tliu
trip to Haleiu Tuesday.
school as welt as with the student»,
It is reporlud that the saw mill ft is to thoie persona upon whom
at Black Hock will start about the the school is dependent that we
first of February. This will Le desire to juatify our actions.
good uews to Falls City as well as
The results of such u system
should tie far reaching and granted
Mrs, 1. G. Singleton has been that it proves • boon to the com
appointed Registrar at this place munity, the extent to which its in
for the purpose of registering fluence may extend ii beyond esti
mate. T lie moral effee'. upon the
student is a matter not to be light
There is some tulk of putting on ly paused over. It instills into him
a home talent play in the near a spirit of self reliance, teaches
him puod citizenship ati<J nourishes
Alex Stevens and wife ol Port a personal pride which will be of
land who have been visiting rela appreciable moment to him in the
tives here for the past week return sterner realities of life.
ed home Tuesday.
The hard wuiking t»x payer is
reached by sentimental appeals
Prof K. M Hailey was attend
mid our hope of his co
ing to husiiiets at Dallas last Sat
lies in our ability to
convince him that the coming
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. I*ee Sad change is to lie an economic sav
ler of Lake, Oregon, a daughter, ing. According to the closest cal
Jan. 3d. Mi. Sadler was formerly culation the school will receive
minister of the Christian church something over six hundred dol
heie in 11)12-13.
íais worth of instruction tree since
C. A. Snider of Dallas was trans at the present a considerable por
acting business in this city Mon- tion ot each teachers time is em
duy und Tuesday. Mr. Suidc-r ployed in the study room. When
was a resident of Falls City a year the new system goes into effect it
or two ago.
will become the duty of the^tndenl
body to coutrol their own conduct,
Mrs. Winnie Braden, of Dallas,
thus permitting each High School
secretary of the Polk County Fair
teacher to teach extra classes. We
Association was in (his city Moo-
know that upon your support de
pends the success of the step and
Frank Hubbard and Josh T a l we are requesting you to be “ white
bott attviided the Republican Cen with us. H you are skeptical
tral Committee meeting last Satur please give us an opportunity to
day as delegates.
prove our contention, if you are
ua, “ boost."
C. L. Hopkins made a trip to the
country and secured a good order
for prune trees.
MID-NIGHT NORNIND EDITION
j . 0 . M IC K A L S O N .
R IA L ES TA TE O EA LER
All kinds of lands; business
propositions lieted, sold and ex
and country homes for Eale cheap.
Falls City, Oregon.
Get your butter wrappers print
ed at the News office.
Walter L. Tooie, Jr., Lawyer,
The Womans World, Farm and
Home, Home Life, Household and
the News one year lor $1.18.
Bargains In Queensware
1 he best show at the Gem tonight
B. F. Boughny of Salem was in
Oregon Journal Bargain Days,
Jan. 10 to Feb. 4, 1010. Daily ex- town Wednesday on business.
copt Sunday $3.7ff a year; includ
There is a traveling library at
ing Sunday 15 a year by mail.
the Wells home that is for free use
to all in the community. Books
of biography, travel, aciehce and
fiction, something to i n t e r est
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
everyone. The Wells home is ^ of
Notice is hereby given that the
a mile from town on the main road
co-partnership doing business as
J. C. Talbott,
C. W. Matthews.
T H E JOKER
E d ita d b y F a lls C it y H ig h S c h o o l.
A business deal was made last
Tuesday in which the pool hall ol
Chas. Mix was sold. The pur
parties were C. L. Klkins
Mail cloaca (or Salem, 8:50 a. tu.
Byers of Black Rock.
Kugene A Portland train 102, 1
M. L. Thompson made a busi
Effective Oct. 20, 1016.
ness trip to Portland Thursday.
I ka C. M kiihmno , Postmaster
Mrs. W, F. Nichols, Mrs. Ed
Brown and Austin Titus made an
Don’ t forget to call for free vote
unto trip to Portland Thursday.
coupon in Piano Contest when you
Miss Kern Wells left Thursday
trade with the merchants.
morning for Salem where she will
attend the Williamette University.
and under the firm name o f J. C.
Talbott & Co., has this day by
mutual consent dissolved partner
ship. J. C. Talbott continuing
the business and C. W. Matthews
retiring. We therefore desire
that all account due the old firm
o f J. C. fa lb o tt and Co., be set
tled within 60 days.
Dated at Falls City, Oregon
this 11th day o f January 1916.
Joseph Aufdermaiiur left lust
Saturday for Ins ranch near Iiebo,
Tillamook County, Oregon to at
tend to his stock and prepare for
spring work. His family will re
main here until May and in the
Joseph will "keep
batch.” Mr. Aufdermauer has a
tine ranch and is expecting to take
advantage of the prosperous tims
Nick Lunde attended the K. of
P. district convention held at
Salem last Tuesday night. A spec
ial trliin was run from Dallas car
rying sixty Knights. Sheriff Orr
was a victim of the Third Rank
and it is said tl.at he allied like an
unhroke fillio at ii black stump.
Nick Bays that they had a great
Vicie Benton w is absent from
school this week.
Robert WonJerly went to Rick-
rtall the first of the week.
We have a nice line of dishes
that we are offering at Bar
gain Prices; 5 and 10c each.
The fifth grade is reported to
have a I j w attendance.
25 V O T E C O U P O N IN P I A N O C O N T E S T N I V E N W I T H
Lanta Parrish ol IbeHilelz Basin
was out to ttie city Tuesday.
J. C. TA LB O TT
Ruth Gottfried of the
grade is absent from school.
EV ER Y $1 CASH P U R C H A S E.
Evelyn Johnson was absent from
school Monday because ol lagrippe.
Wesly Warren of the fourth
grade is out ou account of sickness
R. E. W illiam s , M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols ,
R. G. W hite ,
Cashier Assistant Cashier
was not at
school last week on account of ill
Bank o f Falls City
Howard Breotner who hurt his
leg sleigh riding is improving
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.
F alls C i t t , P olk C oüwtt . O beoon
Emerson Murphy of the Oakdale
school is now attending school at
Miss Grsham, teacher of the
primary department reports a low
Nominating Blank. Popular Voting Contest.
LaVern Myers returned to school
Monday after haviug been absent
for two weeks.
Burton Hpahn who h a B been ill
for some time at the Dallas Hos
pital is improving.
Yernic Hudson and Andy Black
of the third grade are out on
account of sickuess.
Mildred Reynolds who has been
absent from school on account ol
the snow returned Monday.
Mrs. J D. Brack, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. A. Courier,
will return to Canada Thursday.
As a young lady worthy to become a candidate in your
popular Voting Contest, I present th i» name with the distinct
understanding and agreement that the managers o f the paper
will not divulge my name.
This does not obligate me in any way whatever.
S ign ed ................................................................
KILLED IN TUNNEL CAVE JR
Carrol McDonald is progressing
very well with his skunk farm. He
F o r e m a n o f C o n s tr u c tio n G a n g on t k o
now has four skunks ou his farm.
V a lle y A S ilo t z R a il R o a d C ru s h e d
The Physics class of the High
B y F a llin g R o c k a nd T im b e r s
Albert and Edward Warren are School visited the electric light
ill with the mumps.
plant Thursday after school for the
Stephen Carlyle, foreman of the
Chester Ward visited tn Dallas purpose ot observation. T h e y
construction gang on the Valiev <&
Studied the dynamo, shaft, and
Saturday and Sunday.
Siletz rail road, was caught by fal
turbines and the practical uses of
Sybil Wilson is absent from
ling timbers in a tunnel near Hos
school on account of lagrippe.
kins last Saturday. He with six
Friday is the last day of the first other men were working in a tun
Win. Tichenor of Portland is
of school. The pupils nel putting up some timbers and
visiting in Falls City this week.
disliked to see the last semester had started out to eat their dinner.
The date of the High School play days approach, but uow that the
As they reached the mouth of the
will appear ii. the next issue ol much talked of days have arrived
tunnel a cracking uoise was heard
the “ Joker."
the pupils are anxious to have and Carlyle started back to ascer
Arthur Baldwin who has been them over with. Tiie cause of this tain the cause. Several of the men
“ snowed in" in the Siletz for sev- sudden change of mind was noth started to follow him. As Carlyle
tral weeks returned to school Mon ing more nor less than the conse got near the place they had been
quent mid-year quizzer.
working the timbers gave way and
he was buried beneath tons of rock
Chas. Moyer is preparing the
Professor Berthold, E n g l i s h
I t required several
pupils of the grades for Wushing- teacher of the O. A. C., delivered a
the debris and re
to*i and Lincoln’s birthday by stereoptic lecture in the High
His skull was
teaching them patriotic and Hag School building January 21. He
showed two hundred lantern slides
indicating that death had been in
Warren Ward started to break a of the beautiful scenery of Switzer
trail through to the Si let z, hut was land. The talk on the government
Mr. Carlyle was about 50 years
unable to go uny farther than and military system of the Repub old and had worked for the railroad
Camp 8, because of the depth of lic of Switzerland was highly en company for a number of years.
tertaining as well as very instruc
A sister lives at Portland, a son at
The Falls City Dairy Club will tive. The lecture was well attend Joplin, Mo., and a daughter at
givé a banquet in the Domestic ed.
Bisbee, Arizona. His sister, Mrs.
A Teacher’s Institute will be W. E. Jarrett, came to I)alla9 Sun
Science room Friday evening. The
banquet, which will consist ot held at the Bchoolhouse Feb. 5. day and arranged to ship the body
three courses, w ill he prepared and Several prominent speakers and to Onago, Mo., his former home.
served by the Domestic Scie ice educators will attend. Dr. DeBusk
girls. Mr. Seymour and Mr. Barr, of the University of Oregon will
Subscribe for the News and get
who is connected with the Ü. A. C , deliver an address, as will Hon.
a free coupon good for 400, 500 or
extension work, will be present and J. A. Churchill, State Superinten-
600 votes on the $400 Piano.
deliver talks on club work, Repre- cent ot Public Instruction. A pro
sentatvies from the different Dairy gram, which will no doubt prove
An ad in the News will bring
Clubs of the County hav? been in an added attraction, is being pre
pared by the High School.
Mildred Chapin attended
basket ball game at Dallas.
Chas. Hartung has been quite
ill this week with la grippe.
W m . Ellis of Dallas was in the
city Tuesday and Wednesday.
Correspondents wanted in every
neighborhood in this section ot tne
The committee appointed to see
about a reading room are much
Good time to pay up your back
subscription and help some lady
get a fine piauo.
Mr. Newman and family have
moved here from Caldwell, Idaho,
in search of health.
Wm. Estelle returned Saturday
night from Seattle, Wash , where
he visited his mother.
There have been a goodly num
ber of out-of-town people registered
at the Falle City Hotel thie week.
J. C. Talbott, our enterprising
hardware merchant went to Port
land Wednesday to attend the Au
F. K. Hubbard very kindly do
nated C. L, Hopkins some wheat
to feed the sever»-pheasants he has
been caring for during the deep
Mickalson of the real estate of
fice informs us ho is getting many
inquiries from prospective home-
seekers regarding climate, oppor
tunities, etc , our location affords.
BILLS ALLOW ED BY CITY
COUNCIL FOR DECEMBER
Mis. J. D. Brack who has been
TO STAMP BOOK SAVERS
I have been appointed Registiar
lor Falls City and all wishing to
register will please come to my
house. Foreigners must bring their
MkS. I. G. SiNGLETON.
Bring in your 4 or wholly tilled
books for redemption not later than
March 1st. The sooner you bring
in, the beiter selection of premiums
visiting with her sisters, Mrs. Alex
Courier and Mrs. Dave Courier,
went to Salem Thursday where
she will visit a short timo before
returning to her home in Canada.
Alter March 1st we will give no
stamps, but will give instead cash
register coupon ol 8% value for
Frederick Berchtold, of the De
When you buy anything ol a
partment of English of the Oregon merchant ask him for a free vote cash trade or paid in full 80 day
Agricultural College delivered a coupon on the Piano Contest.
S L U G 'S C A S H P R IC E S T O R E .
lecture and steroptican views at the
Robert Wonderly went to the
high school building last Friday
Valley near Salem last Saturday
night. His lecture was on the
Mrs. Travis is still confined to
night to see about building a barn.
government o f Switxerland. The
Do you like to read good stories?
lecture was good and the views of
Ed Brown went to Portland
the scene of the country were If so take advantage of our club
to take in the Automo
grand and well received by the bing offer In this issue of the paper.
Read it. It is on page 4.
Kenneth Mickalson, a student of
the 5th grade while coasting on
the hill near the Public school, one
day during the week, narrowly
escaped a serious accident. H a
was thrown from his sled in such
a way as to cut a gash on his right
breast about 5 inches in length.
Walter L. Tooie, salary...... $80.00
Geo. C. March, special police
W. T. Harris, time check...
L. T. Murphy, salary city
L. T. Murphy, salary water
C. E. McPheiren, salary....
Falls City News, rent........
Falls City News, printing...
J. C. Talbott, hardware......
Himes Eng. Co. m aps.......
Vernon Brentner returned to the l ) . L. Thompson, salary.... 34.55
ranch at Stayton Monday. He Falls City News, publishing
marshal’s sale................. S0.00
writes that there is four inches of
L. T. Murphy, trip to Dallas 1.40