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Saturday February 10, lOlfl
Free Methodist Church
Suuday School 1U;(R) A. M.
Preaching 11 :(>o A M.
CI umh meeting 12:00 I’. M.
Evening service 7:80.
II, A. NV ai . tici «, Pa «tor.
M. L Church
10:00 A. M
11:00 A. M.
11:80 P. M
7;80 P. M
Oicbeatra Practice Wednesday
7 00 P. M.
Olioir Practice, Wedueeday 8:00
Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:30 P
W. J. W a m k k n , Paetor.
F in d * C ure fo r Epilepsy
A fte r Years o f Suffering
" My daughter wa* afflicted with
*pll«|>tle flU (or three yia ri. the attache
coming every few week*, We employed
eeverw1 doctors but they did her ne
yeer a g o
h e a r d o f Dr.
and It certainly
h a a provad a
bleaalng to our
little girt. She la
n o w apparently
cured and la en
joying Ih* best
over a yaar alnca
aha hai had a
apeak too highly
o f Dr MU..' Nervine
UHB. KHANK ANDSKBON.
Tlioutan.lv of children in the
United State* who are Buffering
from attacks of epilepsy are a
burden and sorrow to their parents,
who would give anything to restore
health to the sufferer*.
D r . Milas' Nervine
it one of the beat remedies known
for this attliction
It has proven
beneficial in thousands of cases
and those who have used it have
the grratrat faith in it
It it not
a "cure all," but a reliable remedy
for nervoua diseases.
not hesitate to give it a trial.
gold by all Druggists.
If tns Aral
bottle fall* te benefit your money I*
MILKS MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, aa they cannot
reach tlm dlaeaaed portion o f I lie ear.
T here la on ly one w ay to cure deafncaa,
an d that la hy con stitu tion al remedies,
D eafness la caused by an Inflamed co n d i
tion o f the m u cou s fining o f the E usta
ch ian Tub*. W hen Ihta lube la Inflamed
you h ave a rum bling sound o r Imp. if I
nearing, and w hen It le entirely closed.
I learner« la tha result, and unless the In
flam m ation ran be taken out and this
tube restored to Its norm al condition,
hearin g w ill ba d estroyed fo r e v e r : nine
• aaee out o f tsn are cau srd by C atarrh,
w hich I. nothing but an Inflamed i
tlon o f the m ucoua su rfaces
We «III « . e One Hundred D olls» for any case of
Dearaess (caused bycaiarrbHbat oanaot be cured bf
lu ll's Catarrh Care Head foe otresun free.
r. J ('ll BN BY, B CO. Toledo, Ohio.
Bold by Prosaists. TSc
Take 11*11 * re a lty rule for ooaeUssUoa.
List of Letters
Remaining uncalled for in this
office for the week ending Feb.
entlem en .
Adkiiia, J. T.
Christoff, K. M.
Gratean, A. P. and Jamea
Gimro, 8. A.
Shook, M. K.
Stevens, J. D.
These letters will be Bent to the
dead letter office March 14, 1910
if not delivered before. In calling
for the above, please say "Adver-
tised,” giving date of list.
I r a C. M k h r l i n o , P. M ,
THE TALL« OITT HEWS.
mu in pa,
W. A. Pursiy made a I rip to
Dallae Tuesday morning,
Falla City, Oregon.
Bestirs and examine our Bar-
aiu Counter. You cau save mon-
y. M. L. Thompson.
\ James Bohle
I Iraval l owers
Vocal Solo— Mrs. A. C. Powers
William 8. Maitin and Miss
fL o y d Miller
Olive Kneebone were married Feb
ruary 11, 1010, at the residence ol
Elder E. A. La Dow, w ho also per
formed the ceremony.
HEW DESKS FOR TEACHERS
Automobile owners in the city
sent (ueu to work on the rind in
Fern Lane. La«t fall the county
commissioners hud n lot ol river
giavel dumped at that point and
the citizens spread it out, hut it
failed to pack, rolling around like
marbles. It is intended to mix
clay with the gravel to form a bin
der tnus making a solid road.
Two new desks are being com
pleted in the manual shop for the
use of the teachers.
are finished the class will have
completed seven cf these desks.
Such desks in veneered oak are
quoted in Portland at $30 each,
but the class is making them of
Oregon Fir at a cost of about $2
each to the district.
LAMAR TOOZE W ILL LECTURE
LISTENING FOR THE WHISTLE
There are Btill rumors floating
around that the mill at this place
wi l l
Rumors are better tl.au notaing,
we pres nine, but it would sound
much better to hear the hoarse
voice ol the mill whistle waking
the echo's in the valley.
RESUME WORK ON LOGGING ROAD
Work on the Falls City Lumber
Co’s., logging road to the Siletz
was resumed at Gilo's camp Tues
day. The work has been shut
dow n since the 29th of December
on acoount of the deep snow. It
is expected to push the work as
rapidly as possible. The work of
getting out the cross ties for the
road is uuder way and will be
completed by April 15.
PLEASED WITH EASTERN OREGON
NON LIABILITY NOTICE
Fresh Bread,Cakee,Cookies, Piee,
and other bakery goods, evory day
Notice is hereby given to all
whom it may concern;
at the Falla C ity Bakery.
All kinds of lands; business
propositions listed, sold and ex
changed, anywhere, Choice city
and country homes for sale cheap.
BOOST THE LIBRARY
I,, i• u ,,
WORK THE ROAD
That the undersigned nor his
one-half interest in the saw mill
and logging outfit now owned
>y Munson and Davis and locat
ed about 24 miles from Falls City
will not be responsible for any
abor done in the mill or woods
or connected therewith or for
any supplies furnished to operate
said plant if operated by any
other person than himself.
Signed this 4th day o f Feb. 1916.
M. C. M unson .
Bargains In Queensware
Edited by Falls City High School
C. J. Pugh was in Portland the
A free entertainment will be
fiiet of tlie week on luieinoHs.
given at tlie school I iouhc March 1,
Dr. J. G. Turner, ey« specialist under the auspice« of the «chcol
wa« here Tuesday on hi« regular for the purpose of uiding the town
library and leading room.
having hooks, magazine« or any
C. II. Sumlbcrg, manager ol the
other contribution they would care
Dallas Telephone company was
to donate may be able to do so at
transacting husiue«« in this city
this time. The Science cine« will
make and sell candy, to all who
What about the fruit dryer and wish to purchase, and the proceeds
canning factory that wa« talked ol will go towards purchasing daily
some time ago? Dou't let it die paper« for the reading room.
out, but keep aggravating it until we are to have a reading room and
someone start« something.
library, now is the time to begin
High water has damaged the and some sacrifices must be made
bridge on Dayton Street and it on the part of the citizens. Almost
baa been closed to traffic. How every home in town has good book«
ever, it is believed that it can be that are just dustcatchers and
repaired at «malt cost so as to make «lead so far as usefulness to the
family is concerned. Having once
it safe for the season.
read them they become shelf orna
The little pupils of Mies Ham
Why not give some of
mond gave a birthday mu*icale at
these books to the library and
the home of Muster Glen Wingo
have them do some good in the
last Saturday ulteruoon
community. Gome now cheer un
program they played games alter
and let us get busy.
which they had refreshments.
Twenty-four were present.
Reading— Mrs. Hingleton,
For Sale or Trade
Violin 8olo— Ralph Lunde
A $050 Shubert piano and a 1225
Reading— Miss Hammond
diamond ring. Teams, cow* or
Piano Solo— Mabel Sheppard
sheep taken. Inquire at News
W. J. Reece came down from
eastern Oregon Monday to visit
homefolks. He has been up there
all winter on a wood cutting con
tract. He says that the snow has
been about four feet deep and the
thermometer 28 below. For all
the snow android weather he is
The beet show at the Gem tonight well pleased with the country and
will return in a few days.
Walter L. Tooie, Jr., Lawyer,
1. 0. M IC K A IS O N .
REAL E8TATE OEALER
Floyd Graham left Wednesday
for Luke Comity, Oregon,
At the last meeting of the Parent
Teachers association an invitation
was extended to Lamar Tooze of
the U. ol O. a former student of
the Falls City High, to lecture on
the Ford Peace Tour and general
conditions found in Europe.
Tooze has accepted the invitation
and will lecture March 14.
The meeting was to he held at
the school house but will probably
be changed to the Hall if satisfac
tory arrangements can lie made
with the owner. The lecture w ill
be free. Every one invited.
MAURICE SELIQ SHOT TO PIECES
Maurice Selig was all chot to
pieces last Friday morning when
the doctor was called and he wa«
informed that he hud a bad case of
the grip and could not take his
part in the High School play. Too
bad Muurice but there will be other
plays, u.aybe, and perhaps you
will oot be “ luck" in the tame
We have a nice line of dishes
that we are offering at Bar
gain Prices; 5 and 10c each.
25-VOTE COffPON IH PIAHO C0HTE8T OIVIH WITH
EVERY SI CASH PURCHASE
J. C. TALBOTT
High School Play a Sucoaa*
The High School play given in
Wagner'a hall Friday evening
Feb. 11 th was a success from every
standpoint. The characters acted
and carried their parts t j perfec
tion and judging from the repeat
ed applause from the audience
every character was well appreciat
ed. Jonah and Junior brought
forth peals of laughter, not men
tioning Colonel Strutt with bis
stories of Timbuctoo.
Receipts and disbursements of
the Student Body l! uud.
From H. 8. Play................... $50,20
M. L. Thompson, supplies $ .50
Falls City News, printing...
L. W. Gardner, play books
Lee Perrin, tunning piano
J. Wagner, hall hire ........
R. A. Titus, hauling.............
Eiler Piano House, pay
ment on piano................... 35.00
Ral. on hand
The other day while sawing
wood Barnette Brown noticed that
the saw was running quite heavily,
thought he had struck a pilch seam
on examination he found Gordon
Sammons riding on the other end.
He said quietly, “ I don’t mind
your riding. Gordon, but please
don't drag your feet, and quietly
resumed bis woik.
Lloyd Miller after moaning
around a few day, not knowing
just where the trouble lay came
down like all mortal souls with n
very common disease called grip.
At last report Lloyd is able to re
ceive some of his close friends, and
if no serious backset comes will
be able to return to school iu a
R. E.W illiams , M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols ,
R. G.W hite ,
Cashier Assistamt Cashier
Bank of Falls City
F alls C ity , P olk C ounty . 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.
JUNIOR BEREAN CLASS MEETING
LOGGING CAMPS GET BUSY
The Junior Berean Class held its
regular meeting Monday night.
The regular order of bueiness was
transacted and the following chair
man of committees appointed:
Social Committee, Mrs. R. Paul,
Devotional Committee, L. C.
Membership Committee of the
Jr. Bereane, Mrs. C. J. Bradley.
Committee Sr. Berean, Mrs. R.
The ladies were divided into
three divisions in order that the
work might be done more systema
The social program was opened
by class song.
E. A. L i Dow made au interest
ing talk on Soul Winning.
Male Quartett— Frink, Skeels,
Calkins and LaDow.
Alter the exercises refreshments
were served and a sociaKime for
The Spaulding Lumber Com
pany’s logging camp will be in full
operation Monday. The Balderee
camp is to start Tuesday and the
Great Western Lumber Company
will begin March 1. This will give
employment to all the idle men in
this vicinity and looseu up the
stringency that has grown mono
MEN IN DEMAND
The Oregoniau says that there is
an increased demand for laborers
over the country; in fact that theie
is a scarcity and mill men are re
garding the situation as serious.
It states that wages advanced from
$2 to $2.25 within the last two
weeks. That yard men in the
mills are gettiug $2.25 pier day.
Last year the price was $1.75.
This looks good for the laborer, it
it is true and not a scheme to iu-
duce men to rush to this section
and cause an over-production and
reduce the wages.
STAMPED PAPER DANGEROUS
LADIES AID SOCIETY
On Saturday afternoon Feb. 12,
the Ladies Aid Society of the M.E.
Church held their anuual business
meeting. The financial report was
read and was vei y encouraging.
The following officers were.elected:
President— Mrs. Hellwarth; Vice-
Presidents— Mrs. Thompson and
Mrs. Starr; Secretary— Mrs. Mont
gomery; Treasurer— Mrs Butler.
A discussion followed on plans for
the coming year. Remarks were
made by Rev. W. J. Warren on the
work of the Ladies Aid Society.
Up in Washington last week
several persons in one family were
poisoned and made seriously ill by
eating butter that had been wrap
ped with paper which had been
marked with a rubber stamp. The
ink used with rubber stamps is
very poisonous and as it frequent
ly washes off the paper and gets
onto the butter, the person using
such butter ie running a great risk
of beiug poisoned. Butter wrap
pers properly printed with the pro
per kind of ink at a printing office
do not cost much; the ink is not
affected by water, will not rnb off
and is not poisonous if it did.
Butter enclosed in properly printed
wrappers also brings a higher price
on the market.— Dallas Itemizer.
The botany class started its
semester work Monday, uuder the
supervision of Miss Ruth Rite tour.
This is one of the largest classes
in the High School there being
The Ladies Aid Society of the
about thirty-seven enrolled,
M. E. Church will hold a 10-cent
Get your butter wrappers print
Washington tea on the afternoon
ed at the News office.
(Later— The date of the lecture
of February 28, Wednesday at the
is undecided, but will be given out Tuesday.
It is reported that our old friend
residence of Mrs. Hellwarth from
“ Sandy" Taylor will make another
as soon as it can be determined )
Mrs. A. Brown and Mrs. Wilbur two to five o’clock.
assault witn intent for the office
Davis visited school Wednesday.
Mrs. Butler, L. A. S. Reporter.
of county surveyor. Go to it
Sandy! But before you start be
A number of the grades celebrat
John Hughes went to Dallas suie and get a good ready.
A large collection of bugs and ed the fourteenth with a Valen
woods of the community has been tine Box.
Fred J. Holman, county treas
urer, was over from Dallas Satur
added to the «cienCfe department
A mixture of suushiue, snow
Mildred Chapin was visiting in day and Sunday greeting friends
by the biology class.
Research enn wild flowers, brings us again Dallas last Saturday.
and relatives. Fred is in the race
work has been going on for the to the land of the “ unusual."
for county clerk this year. He
past five months and as a result
made a record run for treasurer at
Miss Beulah Young one of the her bed with the grippe.
last election and it is very prob
one of the lar ge cabinets, recently
freshmen has quit school for this
Clay Miller has been quite ill able that he will give a good ac
completed by the manual class is
year, on account of sickuess.
w ith la grippe, but is able to be count of himself in the May pri
well filled with all kinds o f var
ments that crawl, creep and tly
within our city limits.
Thirty- and La Verne Mickalson have been
Roy Russell left Sunday after
eight varieties of wood found in absent from school a few days on noon for Walla Walla, W .ah.,
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
nicely mounted, account o f lagrippe.
where he expects tc secure employ-
Notice is hereby given that John
Floyd Graham of Fort Rock,
adorn the cabinet and in addition
Beezley, administrator of
to this many varieties of southern Oregon who has been visiting his
o f Edward E. Beezley,
wood. Those visiting school should parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gra
has filed his final ac
ham left for his home Wednesday.
not fail to see this collection.
Salem where they will visit friends count as such administrator in the
for a few days.
County Court of the State o f Ore
Mrs. Eva Rains has the lagrippe.
N. N. Christy has been laid up
Mrs. Hedgepath and daughter of gon for Polk County, and that
with the grippe.
Josh Talbott was in Dallas on
Airlie visited her sisters, Mrs. Monday, the 20th day of March.
Mre. Dale Bell is quite sick with business Wednesday.
Byerly and Thrasher. She return 1916, at the hour of ten o’clock in
lagrippe this week.
Lloyd Miller is confined to his ed home Monday.
the forenoon o f said day, at the
F. Droege was in Portland on home with la grippe.
Courtroom of said County Court in
For Sale— 55 pounds carpet rags,
business this week.
Mrs. Byerley visited her mother. sewed hit and miss, or trade for Dallas. Oregon, has been appoint
ed by the Judge of said Court as
Mrs. Pratt visited her sister, Mrs. Rose iu Airlie last week.
good Plymouth Rock hens. Ad
the time and place for the hearing
Mrs. N. Selig last week.
W. I. Reynolds, Superintendent dress Mrs. Ida Dunn on Canyon
o f objections to said final account
Misses Fatland and Shields were of Schools visited the schools here road.
and the settlement thereof.
in Portland the latter part of this Wednesday.
The Sheridan Lumber Co., have
Dated and first published Feb
Mre. Belle Dunlap o f Salem sold their mill to the Fisher-Bou- ruary 19, 1916.
JOHN E. BEEZLEY,
The Falls City Dramatic Club came up Wednesday to spend a liu Lumber Co., of Springfield and
will put on a play at Independence few days with her parents, Mr. it is expected that they will oper
aufi Mrs. C. T. West.
ate the plant soon.
OSCAR HAYTER, Attorney.