Falls City news. (Falls City, Or.) 190?-19??, December 09, 1916, Page PAGE 4, Image 4

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The best show aLthe Gem tonight
Th« Conklin Slogan
A SATISFIED C U STO M ER
A new pen or your money
back. Our customers to
be the judge of satisfac­
tion received.
We have a good assort­
ment to choose from.
Prie« $1 to $8.
THOM PSONS
DRUG STORE.
Grandma Oourter is quite ill.
Fresh cider for sale.
Hubbard.
F. K.
Red Hot Drinks at Wonderly's
Confectionery.
The two children of Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Olts are quite ill this
week.
A light fall of snow fell Tues­
day night covering the ground a
half-inch.
The city council are taking
another set-to at an electric light
Headquartera lor Candy and Cigar* franchise.
WEATHERLY CONFECTIONERY.
Much interest is being manifest­
ed in the meeting at Free Method­
ist Church.
J. S. Moyer, who has been quite
ill for the past month is slowly
improving.
L. T. Murphy, guard at the
Salem State Penitentiary was in
the city Sunday.
Drink
Pugh’s
Loganberry
Juice
SOLD EVERYWHERE
There was an old fashioned spell­
ing match at the High School Fri­
day afternoon.
Mrs. Edith Brown has Iteen laid
up with an attack of measles but
is convalescent.
Mrs. W. I. Reynolds of Dallas
was visiting her daughter. Mrs.
Clarence Powell made a trip to W. F. Nichols this week. .
Portland Thursday.
Mrs. Julia Frink of Newberg
came
last Saturday to visit her
Mrs. Fred Deultgen made a trip
sister, Mrs. Mary Miller.
to Salem Wednesday.
Measles have broken out at Dal
E. A. LaDow is having quite a las and a number of cases are re-,
tussel with a bad cold.
ported. If people would go back
to some of “our grandmother
F. K. Hubbard made a business methods“ there would be little
trip to Dallas last Saturday.
danger.
Mrs. Elmer Lewis visited friends
and relatives at Dallas last Satur­
day.
Caudi«s, Tobaccos and Cigars, at
L. B. WONDERLY’S
SATURDAY, HKCKMIIKH I», 11)1».
KAU-S CITY NBWS
The snow Tuesday morning was
a chilly remembrance of last
winter’s snows.
C. F. Vick of Salem attended a
meeting of the directors of the
bank here Tuesday.
The County Court estimates that
it will reqnire $306,202.62 to run
the county next year.
Fresh Bread. Cakes,Cookies,Pies
and other bakery goods, every day
at the Falls City Bakery.
Mildred Thompson went to
Salem Friday to spend the week­
end with friends and relatives.
The Falls City Good Roads Club
will meet in regular session at the
city hall Cecember 21, at 2 P. M.
Dr. Turner, eye specialist
of Portland will be in Dallas
again Wed. Dec. 13th at Hotel
Office hours: Daily, except Sun­ Gail.
day. 8 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.
W. H. Dorman who underwent
Mail arrives, from
an
operation at the Dallas hospital
Salem 9.00 a.m.. 6:15 p.m.
for appendicitis several weeks ago
Dallas, 9:00 A. M., 6:15 P. M.
was brought home Thursday.
Portland & Eugene train 101,
11:55 a. m.
The morals of Falls City should
be materially improved. Within
Black Rock, 1:30 P. M.
a month there has been two elec­
Mail closes for:
Salem. 8 50 A.M., 1 P.M. and 5:30 tions and two religious revivals.
P. M.
Wm. Wooden and wife came in
Dallas, 8:50 A. M. aud5:30P. M.
from Salem Wednesday. They
Eugene <fe Portland train 162,
are going on a farm near Inde­
1 p. m.
pendence and were on their way.
Black Rock, 11 A. M.
R. L. Chapman of the Dallas
Mail Order and Postal Savings
Undertaking Parlor was in the
window closes at 6 P. M.
city Sunday looking after the
S und a y O nly
burial arrangements of G. Sowers.
Office hours: 9:30 to 10:30 a.m:
Mail arrives from balero, 9:00
It is reported that the Willamet­
a m.
te Lumber Co., are planning to
Portland <fc Eugene train 101, graze beef cattle on their logged-
off land near Black Rock next
11:55 a. m.
year.
Mail closes for Salem, 8:50 a. m.
Eugene & Portland train 102, 1
M. L. Thompson made a trip to
p. m.
Dallas Monday to attend to the
Effective Oct. 20, 1915.
final settlement of the Dr. Officer
I r a C. M k h r l i n o , Postmaster estate of which he was adminis­
trator.
Dost Office Time Card
When you see a suspicious look­
ing “ Blue Mark” on your paper
cudgel your brain and see if you
are not in arrears with your sub­
An ad in the News will bring scription.
results.
Elmer Sowers and W. F. Nichols
Get your batter wrappers print­ were in Dallas Wednesday to at­
ed at the News office,
tend to the probating of the Last
alter L. Tooie, Jr., Lawyer, ! Will and Testament of Mr. G.
Dallas, Oregon.
tf. i owers, deceased.
“ And T h in Skill Bn
K. E. W
il l ia m s ,
I'reaiUent
M. L . T h o m pso n ,
W . F . N ic h o l s ,
Vice-President
1‘aihier
R . U .W
iu t k ,
Awintant Caxhirr
Bank of Falls City
F
alls
C it t , P o l * C o u n ty . O m
Wtsping ind----- 1”
liltirln n
T a ip n yn r
U nlo ad s
T h e T o w n C o u n o il a n d
oon
Doe* a General Ranking Business. Interest Paid on Time
Deposits. Exchange sold on all |H>inta in the United StateH.
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
Upon
R o n -P ro -
■ roca iva C it iio n o
-
November 28, 1916.
To the Editor of Beaverton Times:
Anybody can “ kick.” it takes
' brains and progresaiveism to
i build up. The writer has both.
‘After sitting on the fence of
i neutrality for a number of years
OF
he finds the policy of “ watchful
waiting” a failure. Taxpayers
have a right to see that the place
MAKE T H IS A
they are supporting is in a de­
cent condition. Beaverton is a
Rev. Dewey, evangelist at Free
disgrace to modern day life.
Methodist church has proven him­
She is a standing insult to tho
self an able speaker and Falls City
CHRISTMAS
progressive men and women who
will be greatly benefited by his
have made their home there.
preaching during this series of
112.50 Ladies’ Watch, now
•
$6.85
Personally I would tie miles away
meetings.
$13 50 Gents’ Watch, now
-
6.50
if I were not tied down. Young
$16.60 Gents’ Gold Watch, now
9.76
men and women refuse to live
Married.—At the residence of
$6.00 Silveroid Watches, now
3.00
here.
I have done a man’s share
Frank Chapin at Dallas Monday
$5.50 Mission Kitchen Clock, now
2.85
in
interesting
outsiders in this
afternoon. Fred Chapin to Miss
One fourth to one-third off on all Jewelry, and Silver Novel­
town.
They
came,
looked with
Lillian Jahn. Rev. E. A. LaDow
ties, except Diamonds and Contract Goods.
disgust
and
went
off
on
the next
performed the ceremony. The I
Drop in. Do Your Shopping Early. DO IT N O W !
car.
Now
I
have
given
up in de»j
couple will make their home in
spair.
What
are
our
mayor
and
Falls City.
PERSEY, THE JEW ELER , Fall« City. Orafon.
eouncilmen doing? If they have
not funds to improve they are
O. Aurland is quite ill with
hound by their conscience to keep
asthma. He contracted a cold
the property to look after which
before coming here and the rainy
we voted them in, in a decent
weather has aggravated it. He
condition. They have not don#
is very desirous of disposing of his |
so. The advent of a new council­
interests here in order that he
man is a signal for a'new light or
may go to a climate more suited
A LL OREGON PAPERS
a
couple up his way to guide hisv
to him.
wandering feet thru the dark
$ 1.00
Falls City Nows One year,
The funeral services of G.
night. Some of us who live “ in
Sowers were held at the Odd Fel­
town” can't walk up right after
1.00
Evening Telegram, Three months
lows cemetery Sunday at 12:15
dusk, though we be “d ry.” It
The leading Republican paper in the State.
o’clock. The services were at­
costs the city nothing to compel
tended by quite a number of the
property owners to build new or
LOO ;;
Rural Spirit, One year
friends of the deceased. Rev. Jas.
repair old sidewalks. Refuse is
Erwin of the Methodist Church
A weekly for the farmer and stockman.
burned on the streets the culprit
preached the funeral sermon.
has plenty of private space. Re­
Poultry Life, One year
fuse lies on the streets. Trees
H. A. Bowman, who got his leg
Devoted to progressive |>oultry culture in the
line
its road for months. Side­
broken while falling timber last
Northwest.
walks
are so crooked that a man
spring was brought home from
Total value,
$ 3.50 :: gets his neck twisted trying to
the hospital Thursday. He had|
walk when the moon is dark.
been home from the hospital for
Ditches are dogged up and stag­
some time, but the bone being
nant
water stands a menace to
badly splintered, and it being an
health
and cleanliness. The'plum-
irregular break, the bones would
YOU SAVE $1.25.
ber
tears
up our roads and where
not unite. He was taken back to
he
goeth
he who runs (or rides
the hospital where the bone was - ¡ - H —H —H —i- l- H —l-;-l—1 - H - H - i-l-l—l- l- H H -l-H -H - H H -l-H - H - M - l- l-l-l'-l- H -H - l-
by
Ford)
may read. If more
spliced with a steel plate. The
water
mains
are tapped on our
bone united and the plate was I"l- l -l- l-.|--l l
-H -l -H - l -H -I -I -I H I I I I I I I I I I I H -
public
property
the speed signs
taken off.
can be taken down for travel by
auto will be difficult. Pigs thrive
G E T YO U R
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
in city limits and the odor is
awful.
We want more publicity
Notice is hereby given that the
in
public
doings. If an election
partnership heretofore existing
impends,
if any public meeting is
between R. G. Masters and Wm.
announced
we do not want to
Hinshaw under the firm name of
. P R I N T E D AT T H I S O FF IC E.
compelled
to
saunter down to the
Masters & Hinshaw has this day
post
office
or
bank and with gap­
been dissolved by mutual agree­
ing mouths go over the dozen or
ment, R. G. Masters retiring free + + -H -+ -
so notices posted up to discover
from any obligations whatsoever
s o m e recent announcements.
to the firm aforesaid.
pendence, Girtie Gibson at Black Some of us have not the time nor
Dated this the 13th day
Nov­ NIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Rock, Norien and Lew Bell at inclination. Others of us send
ember 1916.
Interest in spelling is no longer Salem and Mr. and Mrs. Ixjwe our children or maid to “ get the
R. G. Masters.
confined entirely to the contests spent their vacation in Salem and mail.” We have our weekly
paper which would be sadly miss­
held regularly in the grades. An Portland.
A Good Position.
ed.
Why not throw it an ad
old fashion spelling match was
The school Orchestra received
Can be had by any ambitious held in the High School Friday and is now playing several new now and again! Then we could
young man or young lady in the afternoon in which the Freshman pieces, two of which are 'A Hag digest public notices with our
field of railway or commercial tele­ and Sophomores were lined up Of Truce’ and ‘Avenger’. They wives and families sitting around
graphy. Since the passage of the against the Juniors and Seniors.
are preparing for the school play the fire. Why not a couple of
women on the council? They
eight hour law by congress, it has
Recent visitors at school are: and entertainments that will take have keener sensibilities and
created a demann for telegraph
place during the holidays.
cleanlier methods? Make the
operators. Positions paying from Mrs. M. L. Thompson, Mrs. Ward,
Ten new Library liooks pertain­ three “ R’s” anyhow an esaenti"
Miss
Hammond,
Mrs.
Powers,
$75 to $90 per month with many
ing to teaching arrived Tuesday. condition of dffice. I hope to
chances for advancement. It will Mrs. Paul, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Ro­
ceive a reply in next issue and
Clyde Robinson and Fred Dunn am willing to thresh out the sub­
pay you to write Railway Tele­ bertson, and Mr. Wonderly.
graph Inst., of Portland. Ore., for The Teachers Training class is are absent from school this week. ject with any man. The women
Anna Persey has returned after —God bless ’em—we leave to
full particulars. Adv.
now doing observation work pre- several days illness.
their husbands.
paritory to practice teaching next
A LONG SUFFERING TAXPAYER.
Lois and Margret Beard were
week; Vicie Benton is preparing
to teach Reading in the second enrolled in the public school regis­
GETS EMBLEM SOUVENEIR.
grade; Hettie Newman will have ter and Harold Beard in the High
P.
M. Jones was delightfully
The school and some of the pa­
Arithmetic in the Third grade; School register, last Monday morn­
surprised
Thursday when h
trons had a genera] "cleanup day”
Sybil Wilson will be in the First ing.
opened
a
letter
in the postoffice to
a short time ago including a good
Mary Marshall and Priscilla Ot-
grade; Margret Sammons will take
find
a
small
14-K
three link Odd
dinner at noon.
Fifth grade Geography; Marion terbin visited High School Thurs­ Fellow’s pin. It was given hir
W. L. Barnhart is bedfast with Crocker will have Seventh grade day afternoon.
as a souveneir from Onwart
an attack of rheumatism.
Agriculture and Claude Graham
$100 Rew ard, $100
Lodge No. 38, Fortuna, Cal., fo
of t h li priper will b*
Roy Graham is busy loading will teach Sixth grade Geography. TIi«
pl**»ed to learn th a t there la a t leaat one the 24-years he had been a mem
cars with wood.
nreadeil Hlaeaae th a t aclence haa been
able to cure In all Ha ataaea. e n i th a t la her.
He was a charter membe
Regular
rehearsals
are
being
C
a ta rrh . H all’a C a ta rrh Cure la the only
J. Ford is at W. L. Barnhart's
poaltlva c u re now know n to the m edical
held for the ‘Family Affair’ which frate rn ity . C a ta rrh betnc a '•onatltutlonal
assisting with the chores.
WILL EXTEND DEPOT.
disease, requires a co nstitutional tre a t­
m ent
H all1« C a ta rrh Cure la taken In­
Mr. Moffitt has gone to Califor­ will be put on in the near future. tern
Agent
Powers received
ally , a c tln c directly upon the blood
and m ucous surfaces of the ayatem. th ere ­
nia to visit relatives.
munication
Sunday from the
A number of the out of town by destroying the foundation of th e dis­
ease. and giving th e patien t stre n g th hy
Ted Moffit is helping Mr. Lynn Faculty and students spent vaca­ building up the conatltutlon and assisting perintendent that an
n a tu re In doing Its w ork. The proprietors will be built onto the S. P- de
blast stumps.
tion at their home, Miss Lewis in have
ao m uch fa ith In Ita curative pow-
era th a t th ey offer One H undred Dollars Just how soon the work will begi
The Barnhart family took Portland, Miss Miller in Corvallis, fo r any ra se th a t It falls to cure. Send
for Hat of testim onials.
Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and Miss Haslop in Portland, Miss Address r J CHENEY * CO , Toledo, Ohio. is not known, but it is thou
all Dmyylsts, TV
that it will not be very tong.
Kennard with her sister in Inde­ Hold
Mrs. Geo. King.
Taka Hall s ra n lly Pills for constipation.
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