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Paturdny, May 27. l»ltt
THE FALLS CITY NEW8
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The electric light franchise will
be up before the council at its
next meeting, June 5. It should
i be carefully considered.
(Solution Sodium Silicate)
The young son of 0. N. Herring
ton of Dallas played with gun-
The best and cheapest method I powder with the usual results
hands and face badly burned.
of keeping eggs.
The taxpayers are beginning to
Eggs will soon be cheap and
notice of the money expend
now is the time to put them up
road work. The little shint
for next winter’s use.
pulled off at Independence started
One quart of Water Glass will the ball.
keep fifteen dozen eggs.
M. L. Thompson and wife and
20c per quart at
W. F. Nichols and wife attended
| the meeting of the Oregon Bankers
I Association at Independence Wed
Some of the taxpayers, writing
________________ I to the Itemizer, object to school
boards employing married women
f ------------------- *---------------- ~ \ as teachers when they have hus
bands able to support them. In
SOUTilF.RN PACIFIC COMPANV
I some states married women must
Passenger Train Schedule
Effective Oct. 4.1914
| show that her husband is not able
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or refuses to support her before
WKOTBOCSD am . am.
4.00 they can be employed to teach.
Salem . . . 7:00 ; 9.45
D allas. . .
Dallas . . .
Salem . . .
im r i« j
A C. POWIKS. AGKNT
The Democratic papers are
worrying a great deal because the
Republicans can not agree on a
candidate for president. It’s too
bad that these poor fellows should
be made to grieve so. The Re
publicans should agree in order
that these overworked Democratic
editors may be relieved.
CLOSING EXERCISES OF FALLS CITY SCHOOL
Ttsrsday Ertnln g,
I , at I I I 5 P. M.
Catoklng Clara, a drama in
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Our Entire Line of
C U R T A IN S
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A T H A L F P R IO E
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Clara Craddock, Pres.
Cassie White. Pres.
Patsy Flannigan -
Giovanni Givanni -
La Verne Mickalson
George’s mother, a commencement
Howard Brentner, SettlementHouae
A negro janitor
1 vat: Buell
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ACT I.—Evening in a dormatory room at Falls City Hiuh School.
ACT II.—At 3 P. M., the following day in a dormatory room at the
Falls City High Teck Department.
On Thursday, May 25, a sur ACT III.—Evening in South Hall of Falls City High.
prise party was given in honor of MUSIC—High School Orchestra.
Mrs. H. M. Morris sixty-second
birthday at the home of Mrs.
Program fo r the Commencement Week, fo r the Falls City High School
A few friends and relatives of • Baccalauerate Sermon—Sunday morning. May 28 at 11:00 A. M.
Mrs. Morris and Mrs. Taylor ar at Wagner’s Hall: Free to all.
rived about 11 o’clock with well
Musical and Art Exhibit—Wednesday evening at 8:15 P. M
filled baskets. Dinner was served
about 12:30. The evening was
A musical program will be given by the pupils of Mrs. Moyer,
He ailquarters lor C andy and Cigar-
spent in pleasant conversation.
Miss Hammond and Prof. Miller.
Those present: Mrs. J. S. S.
The work of the Art. Science and Manual Training will be on
Powell and grandchildren, Mrs. exhibition. Free to all at Wagner’s Hall.
Geo. Tice, Mrs. G. W. Haptonstall,
Catching Clara—A drama to be given by the Seniors of 1916.
Mrs. Ed Sampson, Mrs. M. Deal
25-15-10 cents. Thursday evening at Wagner’s Hall
and little daughter, Mrs. W. Lee
Young and children, Mrs. S. W.
Wingo, Mrs. J. Wright and chil
Graduating Exercises—At Wagner’s Hall, Friday evening at
dren, Mrs. W\ C. Powell and son, 8:15 P. M.
Mrs. Walt Tice and son, Mrs. B. L.
Ellis and sister, Miss Ethel Samp
son, Miss Beulah Young. There
Sunday Mo-nin,;, 1 1 : 0 0 A. M
were thirty present.
Rev. W. J. Warren
High School Chorus
Praise Ye the Lord
BLACK ROCK ITEMS
Candi'*», Tobaccos and Cigars, at
Rev. D. V. Polling
L B. W O N D ER LY ’S
High School Chorus
The City That Knows No Night
Mrs. Chas. Trimble was in Fa'ls Selection
A Bowl Of Pansies
Higr. School Orchestra
City Tuesday. (
S ta te c f Ohio, c ity o f T oledo, l „
Rev. N. Welter
L u c a s C o u n ty ,
F r a n k J . C h e n ey m a k e s o a th t h a t he I*
s e n io r p a r tn e r c f th e Arm o f F . J. C heney
* Co., d oing b u sin e ss in th e C ity of To girls is still very sick.
W E D N E S D A Y E V E N I N G . 8 : 1 5 P. M«
ledo, C o u n ty a n d S t a t e a fo re sa id , and
t h a t ra id firm w ill p a y th e su m o f O N E
H U N D R E D D O L L A R S f o r each a n d ev
Geo. Gerlinger was in town on
King of the Air \
e r y <ose o f C atnrT h t h a t c a n n o t b<> cured
Kisses of Spring j
b y th e u se o f H A L L ’S C A T A R R H C U R E . business Wednesday.
F R A N K J. C H E N E T .
S w o rn to b e fo re m e a n d su b scrib ed in
Miss Opal Wallace was in Falls
m y pr- t--.e e , th is 6 th d a y o f D ecem ber.
A . D. 1S3S.
City Tuesday on business.
A. *W. G L E A S O N .
N o ta r y P u b lic.
H a ll's C a ta rr h C u re is ta k e n in te r n a lly
Had a nice little snow in the
The Flower Dance
a n d a c ts d ire c tly u p o n t h e blood a n d m u
co u s s u rfa c e s o f t h e s y s te m . S end fo r mountains last Sunday night.
Our Old High
te s tim o n ia ls , free .
F . J C H E N E T A CO.. T oledo. O.
Sold b y a ll D ru g g ists, 75c.
T ak e H all's F am ily P ills for cfinsipmUmi.
Soul of My Soul
made a trip to the valley Monday.
The First Violet
Mrs. Skilts and Miss Etna
Wertz were in town trading Wed
A big crowd attended the dance
last Saturday. Quite a few were
FRIDAY JUNE 2
from Falls City.
Graduating Exercise«, 8 : 1 5 P. M .
The begt show at the Gem tonight
Shorty, the car knocker took a Selection
A Basket of Roses
High School Orchestra
Young pigs for sale. Randolph flying trip to the Spaulding Log Invocation
Rev. N. Weltei
ging camp Wednesday.
Unfurl the Sail
High School Chorus
W alter L. Tooie, Jr., Lawyer,
Pres. J. H. Ackerman of the Oregon
Election day here was very Class Address
D allas, Oregon.
quiet. Master Glenn Davis is the
Oregon Champion Gooseberries only real politician we have.
E. M. Haley
for sale. F. K. Hubbard.
About all the school children can Song Commencement Day
High School Chorus
Fresh young cow for sale. G. talk about is the program for Selection
High School Orchestra
Parent-Teacher meeting next Sat Benediction
Rev. W. J. Warren
Frank Hubbard is reported to urday night.
be quite ill this week.
Mrs. Wm. Ridenour is home TO THE V O T E R S OF P O L K C O U N T Y
It is reported that W. T. Grier
The Democrats beat the Repub from Portland for a few days.
I wish to thank my friends, who will move back to Falls City soon.
licans to it—defeating Meyers for She is taking treatment from a so loyally supported me in my
Forty Oregon lawyers are drill
specialist and will return.
candidacy for nomination for ing to besoldiers. Good! Perhaps
Fresh Bread,Caker,Cookies, « ies,
James Day was down from County Treasurer, and ask that
nm1 o th er bakery goods, every day camp Thursday. Jim says it is you be as loyal to my successful they will in time become good
at the Falls City Bakery.
the first time he has been out of opponent at the November elect
Fred S. Crowley, Democratic
Claud Lewis, buyer for the Dal- the woods for a couple of months. ion.
nominee foi County Superintend
las*Mcat Co., was in the city Tues Jess McCarter of Brooklyn was (pd ad.)
ent evidentally intends to make
day and drove a bunch of cattle here visiting friends. Jess use to
his opponent, Mias Alemeda Fuller
to the market.
run a tram on the S. F. & W. He
some. He has bought an auto
Someone has been mean enough says everything looks natural here. resul> .
Get your butter w rappers p rin t
to suggest that the large bear
Mrs. S. D. Ferrin arrived in
ed at the Nows office.
E x tra copies of The Newa are
that is said to have followed Engi- Black Rock and immediately left
neer Sandy Taylor on one of his for the W. V. L Co., camp to C orrespondents wanted in every printed each week, and will be sent
Black Rock jaunts, was only a spend the summer. Her husband neighborhood in tbie section «1 tne to any address desired, postpaid,
for 5 cents per copy.
Thomas C at
1 is filing 8aws for the company.
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This is the season of the year that every good
housewife indulges in house cleaning and old
curtains can be replaced with new ones at
J. C . T A L B O T T
R. K . W i l l i a m s . At. L.T hompson . W. F .
V p •* President
R. G.W wtk ,
N ic h o l s ,
Bank of Falls City
F a i . i .» C it v , I’ oi . k C ounty . O mmon
Does a General Banking Business. Interest Paid on Time
Deposits. Exchange sold on ull points in the United States.
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
TR Y T H E
W e a th e rly C o n fe c tio n e ry
F IR S T -C L A S S
C A N D IE S
C IG A R S
We also serve
ONE OF THE BEST M VKES OF ICE CREAM
on the PACIFIC t OAST.
1 HONE 2921
Opposit Fall City Hotel
L. BRADLEY, Prop,
hours, close and
tedious work, are very apt
to result in Headaches or
other Pains. Don’t suffer.
D R . M ILES’
A N T I-P A IN P IL LS
will quickly drive your
Pain away, and
D r . M iles’ N e rvin e
will assist you by relieving
the Nerve Strain.
IF F IR ST BOX, OR BO T TLE , F A IL S
TO B E N E F IT YOU, YOUR
W ILL BE R E F U N D E D .
DIZZY S P E L L S.
“ M y n erv e» b ecam e all
w o ra o u t. I h a d b a d h a a d -
u ch . a a n d a a v e re <11**y
I co u ld n o t Bleep
n nd to y a p p e tite w a a poor.
I brtaw i u etn g D r. Mile*'
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a )way* n a v e m e tn sten t r e
lie f *u> m a t t e r w tia t th e
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a n d H im noon In p e rfe c t
MRS. 8. L . T O U N O .
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N ew caaU e, P en n .
i o n a l ÍY é jT c n s t
4 re Yon 'Ready to Piny ) our P art?
HP- power of a n itron in lime of need i*
during power of her u tdu»tne*.
America muM Find o ut what thu producing power
ir and then develop il. T h e capacity of every plant
must be gauged. ITir ability of every man must be known.
Lor W a r is Mechanic a!. It is L'.IrctncaL II is Chemical. Il
■* Mining, Manufacturin'!. 1 ra. ispottahon.
Il i* E V E R Y
phase of Engineery.ig fuseei into a single industry—
Thirty thou*.*' ,(j f.n g m rrii |r,d*y ar« serving Y O U R C O U N T R Y
wftho.* pay. | i, v - r r makmu a , tiry
M Y O U R C O U N T R Y ’S Indus-
inal R rso u rrrs.
|*hry me helping Y O U R 4 C O U N T R Y to F I N D IT S E L F
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I hev are chart'ng the c h a n n e l • ol com m on*. Sounding each
source.»» s .y ,,:v s „ t |, at t bnul. i the D a y break w hen W a r m u s t c o m e -
Y O l KH A R A I K S m the held will b*? but the crest of a W av e of In-
hiatrv, a wide as th*» A m r r « , m ( ont.nr-nt and ' as deep a« the A m erican Soul.
T h a t Y O U R C O U N T l 'Y may I now w hat the Engineers are doing,
tlie Assof u te d A dvertising C lubs of the W o ril I have pledged their services to
the President of the U nited .States. A n d »h.ii advertisement, published free
by this paper, is part ol « nation w ide rwa % o secure Y O U K co-operation
W*h the fcn(pn-<<.
" W H A 7 CAN /
This is, doubtless, the question you a n i i »sking yourself. H ere it the
answ er: If you are a m anufacturer t o-opei a ll fully with the Engineers to
they ra n d o th -ir |ob o u i r h t y / ¡ n j e /fu ie t If/* / if you a te a working man
help your e m p lo y p rto help the E nginennan J be* prepared, if so needed, to be
a S oldier in Industry, behind the firing line, \ th ic h
juat as important as being
a roidier on the faring line; il you are a bii Lne s man or a professional man,
or w hoever you are. help mobilize ‘/ G O f o V IL L “ behind this patriotic
task of the Engm eers in behalf of N ational D ^ fe iu e and International Peace.
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