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Saturday March 11, 101A
THE FALLS OITT NEWS.
TREES THOUSANDS—of all
THE LIT T LE GIANT
My Fall* 1'ity Church Hchool Fiipila.
W E DO N O T
Fran(|ualte pure atruiu of Vrooman
The Man With The Hoe
everything in the nursery Miss Mal*-1 linker, our tea;lier,
S U B S T IT U T E
la In Evidence In 8pringtim e
line, seed potatoes. Buy direct spent Saturday and Sunday *L her
The Policy of
T lie l>e»t »liow at tho Gem tonight (no agents) by buying direct from home in Salem.
Se« our n i * etock of H o e », Rake»
This Store is
Alma Hoppe visited friends in us. We sell right. Write for plan Ralph Graham of the 3d grade,
Qarden Plows and Farm Im plem enta.
W E G IV E Y O U
ters price list. 25 years in busi was absent from school last week
W H AT*YO U
on account of the bad weather.
Walter L. Too*«*, Jr., Lawyer, ness.
2 5 -V O T E C O U P O N IN P IA N O C O N T E S T G IV EN W IT H
C arlton N i hskhy C o .
EV ER Y SI C A S H P U R C H A S E .
A S K FOR
D u II uh , Oregon.
Hattie and Jesse Griffin and Mr.
Mrs. K<l White returned Thure-
and Mrs. II. Bedient spent Satur
Whut wo want is not only day from Salem.
at the home of H. Griffin.
S- C While Leghorn, eggs for
J. C. T A L B O T T
customers, but PLEASED
By non Murray who l.aa been batching, strong layers, $1 for set Laura Griffin of 8th grade was
very aick la improving.
ting of 15. Box 196, Falla City, absent fr*>m school on account of
poison oak, three days last week.
Miea Ida May Duun viaited with Ore.
T H O M P S O N S Mr«, C. W. Oloott 1'iieaduy,
W. L. Barnhart is preparing to Young peoples meeting is held
Mia. (Jruce Ifaiiaen viaited iii plant more land this year. He every Saturday afternoon at the
R. E.W illiams , M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols , R. G.W hite ,
lisa eight acres of new land ready Ad vent 1st Church at 3:80. All are
Dallas Wednesday afternoon.
Cashier Assistant Cashier
Mra. C. W. Olcott and aon for the plow.
Churley were Dallas visitors last Dr. Ford, the District Superin Mrs. Olive Phillips and little
Post Office Time Card
tendent of Salem, District of M. E.
have been visiting her
F all * C ity , P olk C ocnty . O regon
Office hours: Daily, except Sun Louie Duun who lias been uu- Church will be here Saturday to daughter
quarterly conference, begin son, a couple of weeks.
day, 8 a.tu. to 0.80 p.ui.
Does a General Banking Business. Interest Paid on Time
ployed at Salem lias secured u job hold
Mail arrives, from
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
Hnleui ‘.MX) a. hi ., 0:1b p.m,
Dalian, 9:00 A. M., 0:1b P. M. man, always treat you well. On
Dodd. The time was spent very
Portland A Eugene train 101, Sower's corner.
Mix* Geraldine Seligentertained pleasantly
11:5b a. m.
a few of her friends on Saturday
Mr. Weston has completed some alternoon, it being her 10th birth A good many days pass by with
Black Book, 1 : 30 P M .
T H E JO K E R
buildings uud is retting out day. 'There was only one boy not a case of communication. Four
Mail cloaca for:
Edited by Falla C H y High School.
present. Juhnny Snowman. They pupils have not communicated
Baleni, 8 50 A.M., 1 P.M. and 5:30 some Hue fruit trees.
L. H. Osborne of Salem spent played games and tore up the since the beginning of school in
Dalla«, 8:60 A. M. and 6:30P. M. Saturday mid Sunday visiting with house in general and then went 1915.
At the Parent'Teachers meeting
into the dinning room for supper. If the rainy weather doesu't stop
Kugeue A Portland train 102, Mr. aud Mrs. ('. T. West.
evening a committee was
1 p. in.
to get the reading room,
Fresh Bread,Cakes,Cookies, l ies, a picture.
Black Itock, 11 A. M.
to arrange fur a per-
and other bakery goods, every day
and in truth there is still a miiient Library
Mad Order und Poatal Bu vingt* at the Falls City Bakery.
George Cornwall who was here happen. Well the girls might plays
faction who ar skeptical. There is Parent Teacher Association
window cloaca at BP. M.
Della Reece returned to school invented by Ralph Adams stated
a never ending tendency on tlie sents a large number of representa
St!NI>AY O ici . y
Tuesday after u three week’s ab that the outlook for a prosperous
part of many good meaning people tive citizen of the town and from
Office hours: 9:30 to 10:80 a.m : sence
confuse high-class drama with the tigorous manner in which they
Mail arrives from baleni, 9:00
year ou this coast was very bright.
vaudeville. This misunder are tackling this proposition biis
He stated ttiat he did not know The Confidence Man and Reformers standing
is due mainly to igno fair to be a success. A laige num
Portland A Kugeue train 101,
when this mill would be ready to
the best feature of plays ber of booKs have already been
resume operations, but that theie Once upon a time in a certain given by public
11:65 a. m.
schools is tnat it
paper are being provided
Mail cloaca fur Salem, 8:60 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Dunn, little daugli-1 was no doubt that it would soon over-grown village that had in is bringing the play under a less pledged,
Kugeue A Portland train 102, 1
corporated it self as a city there critical light. People who would have been pledged and
dwelt a man who extracted a never go to other plays no matter izens have pledged financial
Kffective Oct. 20, 1915.
Mrs. Alvin Rams and little livilihoud from the innocent and how well spoken of, will attend port. Churches and business sup
I ha C. M kiihli . no , Postmaster Johu Duun has planted a tine daughter left for Portland Thurs unsuspecting by means of a series school productions. This is hav
of dark-complectioned transac ing the effect of making plays a success.
lot of strawberry plants and lias day.
P A ID P O L IT IC A L WOTICCS
prepared some new grouud for the The friends of Fred Chapin will tions. He sold beautifully en moie popular.
stock certificates to rich What play means to those who The first grade has been having
be pleased to learn that he is im graved
sparkling white saphires take part in them can not be ex a word contest. The pupils were
FOR DISTRICT ATTORRIY
peasantry and, aggerated. The memorizing of promised a reward if the coutest
I hereby announce my candi home in Salem Sunduy after a
far-away races brilliant passages, the display of, resulted iu a tie between the boys
dacy for the republican nomina three week's visit with her parents,
In the winter dramatic emotion and the familiar- and the girls. As they came out
tion for the office of District At Mr. and Mrs. C. T. West.
was slack issng themselves with the public even they will celebrate by having
torney. I f nominated and elected,
matches are things the young actor seldom a picnic as sojn as the weather will
I shall enforce all lawa as I find On St. Patrick's day, March 17, The Parent-Teacher meeting was
them without fear or favor, and Friday, the Ladies Aid Society of well attended Tuesday evening. A
appreaciates, but it is a potent fac permit.
in a just, conscientious manner. I the M. K Church will give a St. splendid program was rendered.
Iu answer to the demand made
in his developement.
of the law descend heavily upon tor Another
will trive to the County’s affairs Patrick’s tea at the home of Mrs.
thing worthy of note is of the Teachers Training class by
his shoulders and halt his serp the part these amatuer theatric Mr. Haley that they observe at
the same careful, conscientious at Trask from 2 to 5 o'clock.
tention I would give to the affairs O. K. Byron and family left FARMERS UNION ORGANIZED entine transactions? It did not’ als play in bringing the home and least two days iu rural school.
of private clients. I respectfully Thursday for Clackamas, three Lavt 1 uesday night a Farmers For didn’t he robe himself in fine school together. It creates a com Lloyd Miller, Jas. Bohle, Loleta
solicit your support, and if nom miles from Oregon City where he Union local was organized at raiment, and was he not known mon interest and convinces the West and ElizabetR Sammons
inated and elected, will devote has secured employment.
Bridgeport. W. H. Good wus elec down the entire line as a prince parent that his child is really ac made their first rural visit Friday.
my entire time to giving you an Harry Starr returned Thursday ted president; bcott Campbell,vice- of good fellows? He certainly complishing something and his Lamar Tooze will lecture at the
administration of the affairs of from Dallas where l.e had been president aud Win. F. Lee, secre did. He certainly was.
paternal pride overcomes any nar
March 17, on the Ford Peace
this office such as may reward visiting his brother-in-law, T. G. tary-treasurer. They will meet in But time came when the en row predudice he might have aginst hall
Mr. Tooze is coming
you for the trust and confidence Hichuiati and family.
the school house the first and third amel on his clandestine operations dramas. The play and the school as a guest of the
placed in me.
Tuesday eveuings of each month. began to wear off and they were are destined to become closer unit Association and they
becoming transparent. Widows ed and the sooner the p'ennle get ing to entertain him iu are
W A LT ER L . T O O IE , 1R.
W. J. Reece returned to Enter
prise, Ore., Wednesday after hav
hands of lawyers. Visitors from
ing visited his family the past
room was tilled to the tall uncut grew wary and in the school is going to be raised.
The Eighth Grade Agriculture
To The Republican Votora of Polk
is making experiments test
sisted upon a jeweler’s examina Mr. Saul Ouderkirk has signed
by George and Everett Reece.
effects of light, heat and
before exchanging any more up a years coutract with the
1 am a candidate for District The members of the E. T. C. the town who came to witness a tion
on growing plants.
bullion for white rocks. Police Spaulding lumber co. for twenty
Attorney of said County, and if Club held their regular meeting surgical opei at ion on the munici officers began to enforce ordi cords
a day for a year for La ita Parrish who was out from
nominated and elected I pledge Thursday afternoon at the home pal expenses that had been sched nances against book-makers and the use of wood
of their donkey engines the Siletz Basin, Wednesday, re
myself to diligently and faithful of Lois Reece. All present report uled for this meeting. It had ticket scalpers, and the sports of above Black
ports that the snow is melting fast
ly attend to all the duties per ed a good time.
been surreptitiously announced the over-grown village insisted
taining to aaid office and will Mr. and Mrs. Burt Kimbet who that large chunks would be torn upon square wrestling and horse The School Board purchased a in the mountains.
fearlessly enforce all the laws in have been living at Dundee will from the juicy salaries and other
Underwood typewriter for the The Misses Snedeker, Fatlaud,
Immediately following new
an impartial manner. I respect make their home here (or the sum unnecessary expenses that would racing,
the commercial class. This and Shields visited frieuds in Air-
foolish reforms our erst is a long
needed article in the lie Saturday and Sunday.
fully ask your support at the pri mer. Mrs. Kunber is the daugh cause future generations to sit up these
while prince of good fellows school and we
mary election on the 19th of May, ter of L. Crawford.
are all glad to wel Warren Ward went to Lewisville
and take notice. The people were noticed his trousers taking on a
in business Friday.
Stevens and relatives who very anxious to see this great feat sheen of reflection and his patent
B F. SWOPE. had Alex
been visiting in this city te- accomplished. It is not yet de leathers often went hungry for a Orin Syron moved to Oregou Mrs. Wra. Tichenor returned
from Portland Friday.
turned home last week accompan cided if it wore a practical joke in shine.
ied by Mrs. Nora Cleveland. She
a real assault was to have been confidence man is severed from a
returned home Thursday.
To The Votere of Po lk.
prosperous appearance he also is The production
I hereby announce my candi
of Ouida’s “Un A party was given at the Falls
The council gave Judge Teal his severed from many other things.
dacy for the republican nomina
Free Methodist Church
the Falls City City Hotel Tuesday evening, it
street assessment. $113 fora right And so it was, that one cold
tion for county clerk of Polk coun Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
of way across his land to Teal morning he came down town with Dramatic Club tonight promises to being the 8th birthday of Master
ty, and solicit the support of all Preaching 11:00 A. M.
creek for the water main. They a hole in one pocket and a can be exceptionally good. The play Victor Droege. There was au at
republicans within the county, Class meeting 12:00 P. M.
also made arrangements to rent celled meal ticket in the other. has a strong plot and is filled with
giving assurance that if nomina
Toller building for a reading He had recourse to but one re thrilling situations. The cast is tendance of fiUy people. The pro
H. A. W alter , Pastor. the
ted and elected I will use my ut
maining possibility. Gently fold exceptionally strong, fourteen char gram was rendered by the younger
most endeavor to render econom
pupils of Miss Hammond. While
ing his overcoat under his arm he
M. E. Church
ical and efficient service.
the children were resting, three
LEWIS MACKEN. Sunday Servieea
Indians came in and danced the
10:00 A. M.
dance; it was reported that
Morning Service 11:00 A. M.
came from Oklahoma; they
8:80 P. M.
followed by au old time dance.
To Th o Voter« O f Polk County.
only a short time and dis
6:30 P. M.
I hereby announce myself as a Epworth
Walter Fleming gave
Republican candidate for the of
on the violin. The
fice of County Treasurer, subject W eek-Day Servieea
to the will of the voters at the Teacher Training class, Friday
Do you like to read good stories?
primary election in May and re 7:00 P. M.
If so take advantage of our club
Prayer Meeting, Friday 8:00 P.
spectfully solicit your support.
Get your butter wrappers print bing offer in this issue of the paper.
MRS. WINNIE BRADEN. M.
Read it. It is on page 4.
W. J. W a r r e n , Pastor. ed at the News office.
Local Nows Hans
Bank of Falls City