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THE FALLS CITY NEW8
W a t e r G la s s
(Solution Sodium Silicate)
The best and cheapest method
of keeping egvrs.
Eggs will soon be cheap and
now is the time to put them up
for next winter’s use.
One quart of Water Glass will
keep fifteen dozen eggs.
20c per quart at
'P a tm iU v /J m t' f 3. 1910
Chester Ward visited in Dallas1 CITY SCHOOL
B U C K ROCK ITEMS
Vearl Courter was in Salem the
CLOSED FRIDAY Or«-ill»» Shultz wua in our little
latter part of last week.
town a few day* thia weak.
Our Entire Line of
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Haley visit Graduating Eiaroiaaa at Wagnar'a
Mr. Hhough and wife were in
ed in Monmouth Tuesday.
Hall Friday HigM -Twenty Award- town Sunday visiting.
LACE C U R T A IN S A T HALF PRIOE
j Guy Lewis and John Chapel re
R. G. Bal-leree Hit fur Dallaa
turned from Hoskins Tuesday.
last Friday to he gone several
This is the season of the year that every good
Joe Aufdemauer of Tillamook
The city school closed with the day*.
housewife indulges in house cleaning and old
county was in the city Friday.
curtains can be replaced with new ones at
graduating exercises last night at
Mr. and Mra. Gto. Nichole little
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cochran of Wagner’s Hall. Twenty gradu
Black Rock were in the city Mon- ated and will start out on life's girl i* awful low and i* not expect
ed to live.
journey with a feeling that they
Mr. Price wan in Falla City
Mrs. Adams and children are can look the world squarely in the
visiting her mother in Dallas this
Sunday doing gome work for the
face and command their share* in railroad company,
whatever vocation in life they
Vernon Brentner came over
Mr. and Mra. Phelps baa juat
, from Stayton Thursday to visit his may choose.
Falls City is noted for good
as well as many other con nice selection of recorde.
Wm. Ellis of Dallas was trans-
The young folka are all getting
U. E.W illiams , M. L. T hompson . W. F. N ichols . K.G. W hite ,
I acting business in this city last veniences that all localities are not
tor the overall« and ging
Cashier Assistant Cashier
blessed with. The people realize
J. C. Talbott is boarding at (he this fact and are justly proud of
Miss Etna Wear/ waa down from
Singleton home while his wife is their little city nestled among the
hills, and especially the education the W. V L, Co., camp to do a
F alls C ity , P oik C ounty . O h loon
Mr. and Mrs. Fry were in town al facilities afforded. Each year little trading one day this week.
Saturday and Sunday. Mr. F ry , they strive to add to their equip-
Does a General Banking Business. Interest Paid on Time
Dock Cox ia back in Black Rockf
has work m Dallas.
merit in order that they may give again. We nnderetand that he ia
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
Fresh Bread, Cake*,Cookies, Fies. the yoUng man and the young going to work for the \V. V. L. Co.
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
and other bakery goods, every day woman just starting, the weapons
E. E. Hanson'* little daughter of
at the Falls City Bakery.
to fight life’s battles, the "pre
Portland was here visiting him a
Mrs. I. G. Singleton and nephew paredness” necessary to cope with
people kidkuspp»d Mr. Deinmick
Herschell Roberts went to Mon the ever increasing demand for few days this week. Mr. Hauson and Shorty Price and took them
is runuing the steam shovel for
mouth for Decoration Day.
over to the Hall and told then if
W. V. L. Co.
Neta Gilbert and Mr. and Mrs.
Prof. Haley and his efficient
Sam Tetherow motored to Mon corps of assistants have served -Mrs. Singleton and some friends they would play until midnight for
Notice ia hereby given to the
them to dance they would turn
mouth Tuesday for Decoration
made our town a visit last Tues them looee.
votera of School District
No. 57 of Polk County. State of
fessor leaves here with the satis day. Mrs. Singleton i* another
Shorty Johnson of Falla City Oregon, that the A N N U A L
Mrs. Z. Batourney will go to the
Rose Carnival at Portland and faction of knowing that he has Republican that can tell a Demo and Mr*. Grace Taylor of Black SCHOOL MEETING for aaid
Rock were married at Falls City District will be held at the School
then to Stell, Wash., returning served the schools of Falls City to crat by their looks.
last Monday. Quite a crowd ahiv- House, to begin at the hour of
the best of his ability, and his
W. C. Bullis while working with ereed them that night. Those that
Mrs. Mildred Peterson of Dallas work stands sponsor.
some cars that were off the track, a attended the ohiveree were: Mr». 7;80 o’clock P. M., on the third
Prof. H. H. Lowe of Carlton, wire rope slipped and struck him Laraon, Mr«. Laniaae. Mr*. Ralph Monday of June, being the 19th
spent Saturday and Sunday with
her mother, Mrs. M. A. Mont Oregon will have charge of the across tin nose and you ought to Chilcott, Mra. Fisher, Mice Crow dav of June. A. D.. 1916.
ley, Miaa Grace Lanitae, Joe and
school next year. While we know see Pa’s face now.
Clifford Wallace, Baba and Leon purpose of electing on e(l) Direc
J. B. Wade of Roseburg is visit nothing of Prof. Lowe’s qualifica
Rain Russell and Misa Varda Fisher. Mrs. Radlord. All report tor for the term of three(3)years
ing his parents. A. A. Wade and tions, it is to be presumed that the
and one (1) Clerk for one (1)
attending the graduating exer
Russell were out in the «alley on ed a good lime.
year and the transaction of busi
cises here this week.
huainess a couple of days this week.
ness usual at such meeting.
have selected a man eminently
Mr. Russell is chief engineer for
Anvone wishing their garden
Dated this 31st day of May.
cultivated or garden work done qualified for the important posi the Spaulding Logging Co.
can find help by applying to Mick- tion.
Kd Wilson come up from Dallas
alson’s Real Estate office.
R. M. Wonderly.
Sunday to run the Two-Spot for
MUSICAL AND ART EXHIBIT
I. G. Singleton and J. J. Sam
the W. V. L. Co., and they broke
mons have almost completed their
J. J. Sammons,
work on the water contract and
we have an abundance of water. were enjoyed Wednesday night or 4 days before he goes to work day. There being five pupils who
Chairman Board of Directors.
will complete the eighth grade.
Miss Vida Fatland, High School by an enthusiastic crowd that again,
teacher of Monmouth visited her filled Wagner’s hall completely.
Miss Katie Barnhart has return
Harry Phelps got struck iu the
sister, Evelyn at the home of Mrs. The pupils of Mrs. G. Moyer,
Noflot to Oeatrasters.
home after teaching an eight
I. G. Singleton Saturday and Sun Miss Mary Hammond and Mr.
is hereby given that the
month term of school at Smith-
Miller rendered a very interest the W. V. L. Co. Mr. Phelps field.
School Board of District No. 57
Mrs. I. G. Singleton motoied to ing program showing careful doesn't think his injury is serious
Polk County, Oregon will receive
Mrs. Neal was unable to teach bids for painting school house.
Portland with J. C. Talbott and training and consideraole ability. and will he back m the woods
wife and returned Friday accom
school last Friday and her daugh The South and West side two
again in a few days.
The school exhibits consisted
panied by her nephew, Herschel
coats: North and East 1 coat, all
Mr. Lilley is back among us ter, a Monmouth student, taught skirting 1 coat All walls need
of some of the art works from
in her place.
ing it to be scraped before paint
Chas. Norris, while at work in lower grades, domestic science again after three years absence.
the blacksmith shop at Spaulding’s and art and manuel training Mr. Lilley was bookkeeper for the Some of the people here attend ing. To be painted with pure
camp was injured last week by a work, both from the grades and Spaulding Logging Co., when he ed Dfecoration Day in Dallas white lead and oil. Bid to be for
material furnished, and for work
piece of steel striking him in the
high school. All the articles ex was here before. We didn’t learu among whom were Mrs. Murphy alone.
and her son Fount.
hibited were made by the pupils w hat lie is going to do now.
All bids to be in hands of clerk
The baccalauerate sermon was in regular class work this year.
by 5 o’clock P. M., June 10, 1916.
preached last Sunday morning at
The Board reserves the right to
Wagner’s Hall by Rev. D. V. Pol Drawings, paintings and cut met last Saturday. They had a plant. Twenty carload of rock reject any and all bids.
ling. He gave excellent advice out designs were shown by the good program and it was well ren were shipped to Oswego Monday,
Done by order of the School
to the young graduates.
lower grades. These were a r dered and they had the house full. this being the average weekly- Board this 31st dav of May 1916.
The house of Doad Thrasher ranged by grades on the east After the entertainment tbs young output.
R. M. W o n d e r l y , Clerk.
caught fire Monday from a defec wall of the hall.
tive flue. The fire was extinguish The manuel training depart
ed with a garden hose before the
arrival of the fire company. Mr. ment exhibited its models, fin
B u lle tin N o. 1
Thrasher suffered a loss by fire ished articles of furniture and
blue prints, in the front of the
two years ago.
Mrs. Edith Brown returned hall. The model houses made by
from Portland where she has been the advanced class were espec
attending a three days session of ially interesting.
of the Annual Spirella Corsetieve
The domestic science classes
Training School. She reports a
an exhibit of pies, cakes
very pleasant and profitable meet
deserts on tables near
The domestic art
To the People:
W. T. Harris was injured Thurs
day while at work on the mill dock
The Senate of the United States lias passed a hill to spend $11,000,000 of the People's money
by a truck of lumber falling on of garments made this year.
to build a government armor plant. The measure is now before the House of Representatives.
him. The truck had tilted for Many of the pupils have made
ward and in trying to tilt it back practically all their clothing in
I t 1» «aid that manufacturer* of armor have “gouged” the country in the past, and that a government
the lumber slid off on top of him, sewing classes.
plant i* neceaaary to aecure armor more cheaply.
pinning him down, injuring his The hall was open all Thurs
The m istake of the Bethlehem Steel Company ha* been th a t It baa kept quiet.
arm and head quite severely.
day for the benefit of those who
We have allowed irresponsible assertion* to be made for ao long without denial, that many people
W. F. Nichols and wife motored were not able to examine the
now believe them to he proven facta.
to Salem Tuesday to attend me
We aball m ake th e m istake of alienee no longer.
morial services. They say that
the day was fine and the parade
Henceforth we shall pursue a policy of publicity. Misinformation will not be permitted to go
grand. There was some rain be W. C. Bullis of Black Rock cut
tween here and Salem that made his foot with an ax Wednesday
the roads slippery in some places, evening while notching a log to fit
It is and has been the policy of our Company to |deal with the American Government fairly
but as a whole they were in excel on the bunker.
D. Chamberlain was struck in
We ahall henceforth place the detaila of our relationa with the Government before
Surveyors were at work Wed the left eye by a knot last week
the American People.
nesday with a view of enlarging while at work at the planer. The '
the mill pond and making some injury is not serious.
The United States ha* for twenty years obtained the highest grade of armor and haa paid a lower
changes in the lumber yard and
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nichols,
price for it than has any other great naval power.
log train dump. It is said that Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Hollowell and
R f o w * o f f l H i H y c o m p i l 'd f o r t h o A m a t o C o m m i t to o m i N a v a l A ffa ire f r o m t h o N a v a l Y o a r R o o k atioar t h a t
the old dock will be cleared away Mrs. Hollowell’s sister motored to
a m l o r r o n d lt i o n s p r o w a ilf a i j u a t b o fa ra t h o E ta ro p o a a w a r , t h o e h lo f n a v a l p ow ava o f t h o w o r ld w e r e p a y l n f
to enlarge the pond and that the McMinnville Sunday in the Hol
thoa o p rlc o a f o r a r m o r >
lumber will be stacked on the yard lowell car.
England, *503 per ton« France, MM« G erm any, MY0« Jap an , $490« ^rN IT E ^B trO T S . I 4 M /
formerly used by Munson & Davis.
Mrs. Edith Brown, Mrs. Laura
A government plant cannot make armor any cheaper than wa can do it; and—
Mrs. I. G. Singleton and Misses Walker, Mrs. N. Chapin and
Pearl Snedeker, Winnie Shields daughters Leone and Mildred
and Evelyn Fatland took an out motored to McMinnville and New-
ahall name a* fair. THAT BEING SO, SHOULD $11,000,000 OF THE PEOPLE’S
ing Tuesday afternoon by walking burg Sunday in Mrs. Brown's car.
four miles beyond Black Rock.
A bridge carpenter by the name
MONEY BE WASTED TO BUILD A GOVERNMENT PLANT? '
They went the county road and of Martin Nemm was injured
returned by the railroed making Thursday by the handcar he was
eugene o. orate , «w lm t
B e th lr h e m S te e l C o in p o n y
a hike of 16 miles. Lunch was riding on iumping the track. The
taken with them, but they did not ankle of his left foot was caught
stop to eat until they arrived home between the wheel and the rail
in the evening.
and bruised considerable.
J. C. TALBOTT
Bank of Falls City
NOTICE OF ANNUAL
Headquarters for Candy and Cigars
Caodi^s, Tobaccos and Cigars, at
L. B. WONDERLY’S
Deafness C annot Be Cured
ap p lication s, a s t h e y can n o t
reach the d iseased portion of th e ear.
There is on ly one w ay to c o r e d eafn ess,
and th a t is by co n stitu tio n a l rem edies.
D ea fn ess is caused by an in flam ed co n d i
tion of th e m ucous lining: o f th e E u s ta
ch ian Tube. W hen th is tube i s inflam ed
ycu h ave a rum bling sou n d or im p erfect
nearing, and w h en it is e n tir e ly closed.
D ea fn ess is th e result, and u n less th e In
flam m ation can be taken out an d th is
tube restored to its norm al co n d itio n ,
h earin g w ill be d estroyed forever; nine
ca se s ou t o f ten are cau sed by C a ta r r h ,
w hich is n oth in g but an inflam ed co n d i
tion r-f the m ucous su rfaces.
W e w ill g lr e One IlundreO D o lla rs f o r a n y c a se o f
D e afn ess * oansed by ca ta r rh > th a t c a n n o t b e en red by
H a ll’s C a ta rrh C ure, b e n d fo r c irc u la rs froe.
F . J . CH K N E T , * < X ). T oledo, Ohio.
Bold by D ruggists. T5c.
T a k e n a i l 's Jf’a o u ly P ills f o r co n stip a tio n .
Local News Hems
7 he beet show at the Gem tonight
Walter L, Tooze, Jr., Lawyer,
Oregon Champion Gooseberries
for sale. F. K. Hubbard.
Miss Katie Barnhart it home
from her iohool.
G. D. Treat is quite sick at his
Lome this week.
R. M. Wonderly went to Salem
Monday and purchased an auto.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Powell
were Portland visitors the first of
G. D. Treat and family and Mr.
and Mrs. P. H Bogart visited in
Kings Valiey Tuesday.
Mrs. Shipley of Monmouth visit
ed her sister. Mrs. Pat Murphy
Tuesday and Wednesday.
B. F. Smith of Tillamook county
came Wednesday night to visit bis
sisters, Mr9. A. C. Powers.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thompson
and children and Mrs. Matilda
Travis were in Salem Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ballard of
Junction City, Ore., are visiting
G. W. Brentner and family this
Mrs. A. B. Clement of Portland
came Monday to visit her mother,
Mra. Chas. Coon rad and her sister,
Mrs. Bert Wonderly.
H. A. Persey of the Watt-Shipp
concern of Salem, with his family,
visited his brother, W. A. Persey
here Decoration Day.
Irvin Johnson and Grace M.
Bennett were married at the res
idence of E. A. La Dow Monday.
Rev. La Dow officiating.
A Mistake in the Policy of
the Bethlehem Steel Company