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S atu rd ay , Ju n e 10, 1916
THE FALLS CITY NEWS
W ater Glass
(Solution Sodium Silicate)
The best and cheapest method
of keeping eggs.
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
Johnnie Taylor tells us thut he
George Byers has so*d his inter Bring or (end us your witchw,
est in the pool hall to his partner, jewelry, etc,, (or repairing: first- was married last Saturday, but
C. L Elkins and will go to Port class work guaranteed; charges we haven’t seen the wife yet.
reasonsble. \V. A. Peraey, Jeweler, Come Johnnie and bring her here
for we art» from Missouri.
Our Entire Line of
Ralph Lunde went to Dallas Falls City.
R. G. Bnlderee is hack again
Editor Boyd of the I term»* r ami
| Friday to attend the musical reci-
L A C E C U R T A I N S A T H A L F P R IO E
I tation given by the students of Ruadmaster Flinn of Dallas passed after being absent for several
through here Saturday. Flinn days He tells us that he hus
This is the season of the year that every good
l>een over in the Coos Bay country
housewife indulges in house cleaning and old
Mrs. Maud McCulloch of Port was on a tour of road inspection looking after some business.
curtains can bo replaced with new ones at
land who has been visiting her and Mr. Boyd accompanied him.
Mr. Shough, the bridge foreman
mother, Mrs. Reese went to Wash- i
CARD OF THANKS.
fbr the S. P. Co., tells us that he
1 desire to express my heartfelt has only two or three duys more
Miss Fay Wells is home from thanks to the friends and neigh with us and then he will la* on his
Willamette for a few days, but bors who so kindly assisted in my road to Jefferson where he has a
will return to Salem where she Inte bereavement and for the large job.
beautiful floral offerings, a ls o
The dance last Saturduy was
Mrs. I. G. Singleton and Miss thank the singers for their kind well attended and everybody re
Winnie Shields spent two days in ness. This is all highly apprecia ported a good time. Several from
K. K. W illiams , M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols , R. (¡W hite ,
out of town were here and when
Dallas this week visiting Miss ted and will not be forgotten.
Cashier Assistant Cashier
they left they wanted to know
when the next one was going to
G. D. Treat, W. Graham, Mr.
Jones and Jonah Lowe motored to
The six-year old daughter of
Albany Wednesday to attend the
F alls C ity , P olk C ounty , O seoon
and Mrs. Geo. Nichols died
Masonic Grand Lodge.
Does a General Banking Business. Interest Paid on Time
Thursday. June 1st. at six o’clock.
M. L. Thompson, J. C. Talbott loss of our son and brother, and Funeral services were held at the
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
and Mrs. Fred Talbott went to
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
school house ut 3 o’clock Friday.
Portland Wednesday evening to
Mrs. Susan Bryant and children. The Rev. Dodd of Fal's City made
attend the Rose Festiv al.
a real nice talk and the body was
Mr. and Mrs. Pernal Meyers
put in its last resting place in the
(ist your butter wrappers p rin t
An ad ill (he News will brirg
Notice to Contractors.
came over from Oretown Wednes
Black Rock cemetery.
ed a t the News «Ilice.
Notice is hereby given that the
day and spent several days visit School
Board of District No. 57
ing friends and relatives.
Polk County. Oregon will receive
Mrs. Nan Hedgepath and chil bids for painting school house.
The South and West side two
dren Homer and Helen are visit coats;
North and East 1 coat, all
ing their sister, Mrs. Frank Bver- skirting 1 coat. All «alls need
ly and Mrs. Dode Thrasher.
ing it to be scraped before paint
To be painted with pure
Mr. and Mrs. John Walker gave ing.
white lead and oil. Bid to be for;
a dinner party at their home Sun material furnished, and for work
day in honor of Mr. and Mrs. I. G. alone.
Singleton and Dr. and Mrs. Hell- All bids to be in hands of clerk !
by 5 o’clock P. M., June 10. 1016. I
The Board reserves the right to
Miss W anda Bergman, a grad reject any and all bids.
Done by order of the School
uate of the 0. A. C., spent the
week end with her friend. Miss Board this 31st dav of May 1016.
R. M. Wo.NDERLY, Clerk.
Winnie Shields at the Singleton
Dr. J. G. Turner, formerly NOTICE OF ANNUAL
of Lowe & Turner, eye spec
ialist of Portland will be in Falls
City again Sat. June 17th at Falls
Notice is hereby given to the |
City Hotel. Consult him.
lewal voters of School District j
No. 57 of Polk County. State of J
Mr. Holman of Salem has begun Oregon, that the A N N U A L !
work on the Dayton street bridge. SCHOOL MEETING for said
The help he is securing from Falls District will be held at the School
City as near as possible. He is House, to begin at the hour of
7;30 o’clock P. M., on the third
stopping at the Singleton home.
WE HAVE OTHER FRONT LACE CORSETS THAT SELL FOR
Monday of June, being the 19th i
Rev. J. B. Ford, District Super dav of June. A. D., 1916.
intendent will hold the third quar This meeting is called for the!
terly conference in the M. E. purpose of electing one(l) Direc
tor for the term of three(3)years j
Church on Tuesday next the 13th and one (1) Clerk for one (1)
NOW THAT SUMMER IS HERE BE SURE TO SEE OUR SPORT HATS AT
at 2 P. M. Preaching Service at year and the transaction of busi
ness usual at such meeting.
3 P. M.
Dated this 31st day of May,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Grier came
over from Salem with a home
Just the thing for the coming warm weather--cool House Dresses at 98c, and
party and spent the week-end at ATTEST:
Summer Afternoon Dresses priced at
the bungalow. It was the tenth
wedding anniversary of Mr. and
J. J. Sammons,
2 98 3 42 3 98 4 50 4 98 5.90
Mrs. Grier and Mr. and Mrs. Tiel-
For outdoor life buy a tent from us, size 8x10 $7.90; 10x12, $9.90; 12x14 $12.50
Mrs. J. S. S. Powell was treated
to a genuine surprise on Friday of
BLACK ROCK ITEMS
last week. About forty of her
friends and neighbors gatheiedat
Mrs. Fields, the motor car en
her home, the occasion being her gineer’s wife was in our little town
68th birthday. The visitors pre one day this week.
B u lle tin N o. 2
pared the feast and a great time George Byers and Chas. Elkins
was enjoyed by all.
of Falls City were in town Monday
Cleve Powell and wife returned visiting old friends.
Monday from an extended trip
Mrs. Robert Shiltz and Miss
through Kings Valley into Benton Etna Marts was down from camp
county. They visited many sec doing some trading Monday.
tions of the country on their trip
Mr. Gose is back from Mill City
and report that the prospect for | where he has a job; he is moving
To the Prople:
good crops is better than it has his family over there this week.
Some people say that the very fact that the Bethlehem Steel Company Is so aggressively
been for years. Wheat is looking
W. T. Wallace went to work for
fighting the proposal to build a Government armor plant is conclusive proof that the Company
exceptionally fine and in many
places much of the clover hay has
fire watch on their railroad track.
H i* fact is th at a r m o r m ak ing is th e least profitable featu re o f s te e l m a n u fa c tu r e ,
The agent went fishing Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Powers and
. . .
B. F. Smith, brother of Mrs. and came back with the usual fish
The reason we oppose a Government plant is very simple. It is this:
Powers, took dinner with Mr. and story. Me is some fisherman
F.ven though there is hut little profit in the making of armor, we have invested over
Mrs. I. G. Singleton Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Pettijohn of New-
$7,000,000 in our armor plant;
Mr. Smith was Mr. Singleton’s
helper in the office at Forest Grove berg were here visiting their
I hat plant is useless for any other purpose; if a Government plant is built the useful
ten years ago and they were de daughter, Mrs. Geo. Nichols two
ness of our plant is destroyed.
lighted to meet again. Mr. Smith days this week.
Ha! Ha! School is out and the
has quit railroading and is now a
It wou ld he pood liusiness for uw to m ake arm o r for th e Gove rn
kiddies are all happy and the
wealthy dairyman of Tillamook.
m e n t a t any price over an d above th e actu al whop coat, RATHER
It would not be out of place for teachers bid us adieu and have
THAN SACRIFICE OUR ENTIRE INVESTMENT.
the city marshal to take a little gone to their home to spend their
notice of automobiles being driven
+ • •
through town. There is an ordi-| W. A. Bullis is back to work
We do not seek to save big profits; our purpose is very frankly to save our armor
nance calculated to regulate the after trying to cut his toe off. Pa
plant—itself built solely for the use of the Government—from going to the scrap heap.
speed of automobiles within the; has been a little out of luck here
city limits and if it is ever inten- , lately, but you can’t keep a good
T o d o t h a t , w e are prepared to agree for an y p e r io d to a n y te r m s o f m a n u fa c tu r e
tionally observed it is of rare oc-; man down.
w h ic h th e Federal T rad e C o m m issio n sh a ll sa y a b s o lu te ly p ro tect# t h e Government
currence. Ten miles an hour is
Mrs. Hunter and daughter left
o f th e Unite»! S ta te s.
"desperately” slow on a nice Tuesday for their home at Wood,
smooth street and the ordinary Oregon. She is going by way of
CHAS M SCHWAB. C h .irm .a
driver does not realize how fast Portland to visit a few davs with
EUGENE G. (.MACK, l'rnidenl
Bethlehem Steel Company
he is going.
I her sister, Mrs. Bly.
J. C. T A L B O T T
Bank of Falls City
Headquarters for Candy and Cigars
THE GOLDEN RULE
J. C. Penney Co. Inc.
125 BUSY S T O R E S
Caodi<*s, Tobaccos and Cigars, at
L. B. W O N D E R L Y ’S
Deafness C annot Be Cured
b y k>Ci:l a p p lic a tio n s, a s th e y can n o t
r e a c h th e d ise a se d p o rtio n o£ th e ear.
T h e re is o n ly on e w ay to c u re d eafn ess,
a n d t h a t is by c o n s titu tio n a l r modi s
D e a fn e s s is cau se d by a n inflam ed c o n d i
tio n o f th e m u c o u s lin in g of th e E u s ta
c h ia n T u b e. W h en th is tu b e is Inflam ed
y ou h a v e a ru m b lin g so u n d o r im p rfoct
h e a rin g , a n d w h en it is e n tire ly closed
D e a fn e s s is th e re s u lt, a n d u n le ss th e In
fla m m a tio n c a n be ta k e n o ut an d th is
tu b e re sto re d , to its n o rm al condition,
h e a r in g w ill b e d e s tro y e d fo re v e r: nine
c a s f3 c u t o f te n a re c a u s e d by C a ta rr h ,
w h ich i3 n o th in g b u t a n inflam ed co n d i
tio n c f th e m u co u s su rfa c e s .
W* will icveOiie Fltindred Dollars for any ca*e of
•ranse'i hr catarrh > that cannot I k * cured fcj
Hal la Catarrh Cure. S*ind for circulars free.
F J CHENEY, & CO . Toledo, Ohio.
fM i by Druon sta. 75c
Tafce ilall's M tauir Pills for ¿oo&tlpaiion.
We have just received a new shipment of those fa
mous 98c Waists. The La Camille Front Lace Corsets
with ventilated back are now carried by us. We will
sell them for less and they fit better. I Vices range from
S1.98 to S3.50
98c, $1.49 and S1.98
49c, 98c, SI.05 and S1.49
The best show at the Gem tonight
Mildred Chapin is visiting in
Sam Halsey was a town visitor
Walter L. Tooze, Jr., Lawyer,
I. G. Singleton went to Salem
Monday on business.
Oregon Champion Gooseberries
for sale. F. K. Hubbard.
Miss Lavilla Buell is home from
her school at Cottage Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dodd spent
a few days at A. H. Dodd’s.
Miss Pearl Snedeker has been
visiting in Airlie the past week.
Chester Ward has gone to Port
land to attend the Rose Carnival.
Mrs. Addie Montgomery has
gone to the Rose Carnival at Port
Lloyd Miller has been selected
as teacher for Salt Creek for next
* Mrs. Chas. Coonrad went to
Portland Tuesday to attend the
Mrs. John Walker motored to
Salem Thursday with Mr. and
Mrs. E. G. White.
Miss Myrtle Stamm of Dallas
visited friends here during the
Bert Wonderly, Emerson Won
derly and Cozmo Gilo motored to
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies, i ies,
and o th e r bakery goods, ev^ry day
a t the Falls City Bakery.
Miss Ella Mehrling has returned
home after teaching a successful
term of school at Gooseneck, Ore.
$ . , $ . , $ . , $ . , $ . , $
Why We Are Opposing A
Government Armor Plant
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