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FALLS CITY NKWS
Mr. ami Mrs. John Chamberlain
CHANGE IN BANK.
R.E.W iluamr , M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ic iio ls , R. G.W hitk .
and Mrs. J. M. Chamberlain spent
The Conklin Slogan
W. H. Beard of I\*rtland has
Pushier Assistant Cashier
Tnanksgh ing with Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Alderman at Bridgeport.
A SATISFIED CUSTOMER
iot Fulls Citv that was owned bv
Mrs. Susan C. Hryant of I Vert - R. K. Williams and W. F. Nichols
land and grandchildren. Donald | and took charge December 1.
F alls Crrr, P olk C ounty . O kbuon
Carolyn Ellis of Dallas spent
A new pen or your money
Mr. Beard was formerly in the!
Does a General Hanking Business. Interest Paid on Time
back. Our customers to Thanksgiving at the home of her banking business at Sellwood. He
Exchange sold on all points in the United Stutes.
' moved bis family and household
lx? the judge of satisfac
Public officially connected with the Bank.
Chas. Hopkins was slightly in- effects and lias become a resident j
ijured while at work at the planer of our little city to which we bid
We have a good assort , Monday. The belt on a pulley I him welcome j
Mr. Nichols has not given out
slipped off striking him on the
ment to choose from.
| forehead and right eye making a his plans for the future.
A R R IV A L S
Price $1 to $8.
A Good Position.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Peterson and
son Orville of Dallas. Mrs. Ruth Can be had by any ambitious
Blake of Horn! River, and Harve young man or young lady in the j
Montgomery and wife of Dallas field of railway or commercial tele- i
M A K E T H IS A
spent Thanksgiving at the home graphy. Since the passage of th e 1
eight hour law by congress, it has j
of Mrs. Addie Montgomery.
a demann for telegraph
Dr. Turner, eye specialist
Positions paying from •
C H R I S T M A 8
of Portland will lie in Dallas
again Wed. Dec. 13th at Hotel
112.50 Ladies’ Watch, now
chances for advancement. It will
$13 50 Gents’ Watch, now
pay you to write Railway Tele
The person giving in information graph Inst., of Portland. Ore., for
$16.50 Gents’ Gold Watch, now
last week in regard to the death full particulars. Adv.
$5.00 Silveroid W’atchOa, now*«
of Mrs. H. Fugett was in error
$5.50 Mission Kitchen Clock, now
in that she was living at Sacra
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN
mento, instead of Sheridan, Cal.
ties, except Diamonds and Contract Goods,
Also that she w as taken sick while
Two good house's and some va- i
Orop in. Do Your Shopping Early. 00 IT NOW!
at church at 9:00 A. M., and died cant lots in Falls City. Big sacri-1
at 51)0 in the afternoon. Her rtce if sold soon. Make me a n !
PERSEY, THE JEWELER, Falls City. Ortgoit.
HeaJquartera for Candy and Cigar» many friends here extend their offer.
WEATHERLY CONFECTIONERY. sympathy to the bereaved family.
Dr. and Mrs. Barr and son of A. H. Benton went to New berg
Sheridan spent Thanksgiving at Friday on business.
Mrs. Addie Montgomery’s home.
Rev. Edgar Long made a trip to
Red Hot Drinks at Wonderly’s Dallas Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Montgomery and Edith
The p'ainer has been running a spent Thanksgiving in Salem.
few days this week.
Geneva Saver of Black Rock
Frank Heydon was in from the spent Thanksgiving in this city.
Phillip Gottfreid returned from
The Falls City Good Roads Club camp Wednesday laid up w ith the
will meet in regular session at the rheumatism.
city hall December 21, at 3 P. M.
Mrs. R. M. Wonderly went to
Caudlog,"Tobaccos a n d C igars."at
Mrs. Lennie Frink and son Ellis
Friday to see a sister
L B. WON DELIA 'S
of New-berg spent Thanksgiving
who quite ill.
at the home of her sister. Mrs.
Grandma Harrington who has
visiting her brother in Salem
Mrs. John Hatch of Sheridan
visited her mother, Mrs. Jennie
Marriage license has been issued
Cobb this week.
to Fred K. Chapin of this city and
Mr. Thom said that “ many big
Suit Involves Titles of
Lillian Jahns of Dallas.
would sell out to the
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Laverne Michalson who is teach
All Oakland Realty
The following program was ing at McTiminons Valley visited government on short notice if
fair offers were made. The state
given Wednesday afternoon by her parents Thanksgiving.
ment was in response to an inqui
the first six grades:
Ella Mehrling and Sybil Wilson ry by Representative Simms of Mining Man Would Establish Validity
are attending Epworth League Tennessee, a member of the com of Spanieh Grant Oated in 1820
Convention at Oregon City.
mittee, who declared "govern
Recitation, Marcia Dueltgen,
Thanksgiving Story, Gladys Hall
Elmer Sowers of Spokane, ment ownership of railroads is Oakland. Cal. Nov. 29.- Pre
Thanksgiving Poem, 3rd grade, Wash., came down to see his the only solution to the present pared with maps and documents
that date hack to 1820, William
Song, “ Mr. Gobbler”, 4th grade, father, G. Sowers, arriving at situation.”
Muir, mining man, is taking steps
Recitation, Mildred Johnson,
Dallas the evening before his
to attack titles of virtually the
Thanksgiving Story, 6th grade father’s death. He came to Falls
entire city of Oakland in series
City to make arrangement for the Count Seiki Terauchi,
Song, “Jack Frost,’ 1st grade,
New Premier of Japan of suits, the first of which has
Local News Items
Recitation, Anna Peterson,
Rev. Ervin and wife are attend
Muir has been collecting data
Recitation, Lucille Leverich,
ing Epworth League Convention Lieutenant General Teratichl, whore
Song, “Thanksgiving Day,” 5th at Oregon City. They accompan ceutly succeeded Count Okuma a» pre for more than 25 years to show
The best show at the Gem tonight
mier of Japan, has bail an honorable the validity of the old Spanish
ied Rev. Erwin’s sister who has career In the service of the mikado.
grant made by Don Luis Peralta
Fresh cider for sale. F. K.
Recitation, Albert Blair,
been visiting them, as far as Port His greatest achievement was the an
the San Antonio ranch which
Indian war dance, 2d grade,
land on her return trip to #4he nexation of Korea. Made governor
Goat Island, a portion of
C. J. Pugh was in Portland on
In revolutionizing the Korean policy of San Francisco bay and land as
business this week.
far as the crest of the Coast
- Exercise, “ We are Thankful,”
$12,000 PAID P0R RANCH
Chas. Cockran has been quite 3rd grade boys.
ill with the lagrippe.
Muir is now negotiating with
Song, 6th grade.
Tract Near Cran» Is Purchased by
officials in Washing
Miss Mary Roberts left Tuesday
“Thanksgiving Menu,” 2fl!grade
Fairfield, Idaho. Man.
ton to substantiate his claim. He
for Eugene to visit her sister.
Musical Selection, Opal Ward.
is working, he says, on a plan for
“Courtship of Miles Standish,” Crane, Or., Nov. 28.—John
Walter L. Tooze, Jr., Lawyer.
tunnel under San Francisco
Oltman, of Fairfield, Idaho, has
and he wants to establish
Recitation, Rachel Spohn.
purchased the Jim Gilbert ranch,
Gus Boje and family of Liberty
to "certain lands before
Song, 3rd grade girls.
about 20 miles northwest of Crane
visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Concert Poem, 1st grade.
paying $12,000. Mr. Oilman and
D. Boje this week.
Recitation, Cleo Dodd.
family drove from Fairfield in
Mrs. Elmer Lewis and son Her- Song, 6th grade.
their car and w ill take possession
MINISTERS ARE STIRRED UP
schel spent Thanksgiv ing with her
Recitation, Iva Newman.
at once. They have a carload of
sister at Oregon City.
Closing Song, “Over the River farm implements at the station
Tacoma Paatora Taka Sidea Over Ef-
here and will cultivate the big
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies, Pies and thro’ the Woods.”
fioacy of Bibla Preaching
and other bakery goods, every flay
ranch in the most scientific man
at the Falls City Bakery.
The high school was dismissed ner possible.
Tacoma, Wash. Nov. 29.—Ta
noon Wednesday in ordci that
Vernon Brentner and Alfred
ministers are wrought up
Ferguson will go to Salem Sunday
statement made before
Railroads Would Sell
to attend a wedding.
the Ministerial Alliance by Rev.
August Percy and family and
Frank Dyer, pastor of the First
Out to Government
Mrs. C. Stanton and children of Clarence Deal and Fred Dunn
Scotch Mills visited Mr. and Mrs. were absent from school Monday, j
COÜNT B E IK I T E R A C C B L
’The Council held a special meet-' "cpre'jontative Tell« Ncwlands Com
D. Boje Thanksgiving.
ing Monday morning and estab mittee Many W uld Take Fair Of end of his second month In office the
preaching today must be based
Wilbur Lewis, wife and son lished a fifteen minute study per fers on Short Notice If Mads
formal annexation of Korea to Japan on the thought of the best think
Marvin of Dallas spent Thanks-, iod to begin at 8:40 A. M.
was announced to the powers.
giving at the home of Mrs. Mary
He Is a native of Cbohu, sixty-four ers of the present.
The freshman class gave a party
Washington, Nov. 29. Intima years of age, and entered the army in
Fellow pastors took an adverse
Friday night at Selig’s hall There tion af a desire of the big rtii-1 1871 as sublieutenant. He worked his view of the subject, and declared
The body of Mr. G. Sowers who ¡were about fifty present. Even roads of the country for govern way op quickly and In 1897 became a
that preaching today should be
died at the h ■- !
last i, < of the “ dignified” Seniors ment ownership of their lines lieutenant general. Later he served
as inspector general of military In- founded on the Bible as it stands
week will be shipped to this city attended and seemed to enjoy was given this afternoon by A. atructlon and vice chief of the general
rather ¡than upon the modern
Sunday on the 11-35 train. The themselves immensely in spite of P. Thom, representing the rail staff. In 1901! he hern me war minis
of truth of Christianity. Dr
services will be held at the Odd the extra “eats” that w as pre- roads before the Newlands joint ter, which position he held until made
governor general of Korea, nine years Dyer had some supporters and
Fellows cemetery at 12:15 o’clock. I pared for them.
the argument waxed warm-
Bank of Falls City
¡T H O M P S O N S
USEFUL XMAS G IFTS
Free Methodist Church
Will continue all next week. We urge
everyone to come.
MAKE YOURSELF A
REALLY FORCEFUL MAN
Charles M. Hchwab aUle* In tb«
American Magaalu« that Integrity and
pvriotiallty ara two Importaut thing«
In salesmanship. Ho «ay«:
“Integrity, Incidentally, la one of
the mightiest factors III ■«Iraiuanihlp.
If you have a reputatlou for stating
facia exactly, fur nevar attempting to
gain momentary advantage through
exaggeration, you posaeaa the bails of
all successful aaleuniauahlp.
“Next to Integrity cornea personal
ity—that Indeflnabla charm that gives
to men what perfume gives to dowers.
Many of us think of saleainen a* peo
ple traveling arouud with aatnpla hits.
Ineteail, we are all aalrainen every
day of our Uvea. We are selling our
Idea a, our plans, our energies, our an-
Ihuitlaaiua, lo those with whom we
come In contact Thus the man of
geulal preaeuce ta bound to accomplish
much more, under similar conditions,
than the man without It. If you have
l>ersuuallty, cherish It: If you hare
n o t cultivate I t For personality can
lie cultivated, although tha task la not
“ Nothing la ao plentiful In America
ea opportunity. Tboro ara mora John,
for furceful men than there ere force
ful men to (III them. Whenever tl>e
question comet up of buying new
works we never conaltler whether we
can mako the worka pay. That la a
foregone conclusion If we can get tha
right man to manage them.
"All successful employers of labor
are stalklug men who will do tha un
usual, men who think, men who at
tract attention by performing more
than ta expected or them. These men
have no difficulty In making their
worth felt. They stand out above
tbelr fellows until their superiors can
not fall to aee them.''
THE WAY YOU LIVE.
Engage In nothing that crip-
pica or degrades you. Your first
duty Is self culture, self exalte-
Mon. You may not violate thla
sacred trust. Yourself Is sacred:
profane It noL Forge no chain*
wherewith to shackle your own
your vocation to your life or quit
It fosever.—Amos Bronson Al-
c o tt
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Scolding a Bad Habit.
HcoUIng Is mostly a habit. It la
often the result of nervousness and
an Irritable condition of both mind
and body. Scolding Is a habit very
easily formed. It Is an unreasoning
and unreasonable habit Ferions who
once get Into the way of scolding al
ways And something to scold about
tf there la nothing else they begin
scolding at the mere absence of any
thing to scold at. It 1* au extremely
disagreeable habit. It la contagious.
Once Introduced Into a family It la
pretty certain In a abort Mm# to affect
all tbs members.
Must Efficiency Be
Its Own Reward?
A bind lies« man went through n slegn
of stenographer*—one more Inefficient
than the others, and his business suf
fered because of their mistakes. Then
he secured an efficient worker. The
customers lost to him by former carw-
lesbnesa came back. He confesses that
big correspondence baa never been ao
well handled, and be lake« pride In
aaytng (bat he can go on business trips
•nd Ills letters and customers will be
as efficiently handled as If be were at
the desk. Thla man'« «alary ha« gone
up from I'J.'JOO to $4,500 n year by rea
son of his efficient worker, while the
salary of the stenographer has Increas
ed from |!) to (11 a week. Is not this
Injustice more common than employers
realize? Would It not be to the point If
employers sometimes took an Inventor^
of their offices and cheeked up (hose
who are a vital part of their aucceaa
and acted accordingly? The worker In
the rnnka la Juat ns Important some
times as the head, only ahe Is so often,
forgotten.- -Ladles' Home Journal.
Tha Bobar Man’s Day.
This la the day of the sober man.
The man who leads a clean, honest
temperate life may not tie brilliant,
but be stands a better chance of sue-
ceedlng than his more accomplished
brother who burns his brain with
drink. Men of practical business b-ive
found after years of experience that
It la better and safer to have about
them men who are sober and who
come to tbelr work with clear head*
than to have experts who cannot be
relied upon. — Memphis Ce: -erclal
Every tomorrow ha* two ban- 4
4 dies. We can take hold of It by 4
4 the handle of anxiety or the han- 4
4 die of faith.—Emerson.