Falls City news. (Falls City, Or.) 190?-19??, April 14, 1917, Page PAGE 4, Image 4

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    S A T U R D A Y , A P H tL 14, IU T .
F A L L S C IT Y N W S
è
!NG WHAT P EO P LE WANT
W e carry most o f the things
that you want, but if'you want
•fiyth in g that w e do not carry.
We’ll get it for you as quick as
anybody else can.
W e haven't
a \ery large stock, but we try
Local Nows Homs
I. G. Singleton was in Dallas
last Saturday.
IN HARD LUCK.
J. B. McDowell lias bad his
to
share
o f hard luck recently. laist
S. R. Skeels made a trip
-
week
he lost tw o horses. One
Black Rock Wednesday.
i died from sickness and the other
Mrs. Frank Ellis visited in Black ^
it8 feg broken. This leaves
Rock
W
ednesday
and
Thursday,
bim
with only one horse to put
Florence Lacev spent the week
end at Pedee.
Mrs.
Chamberlain
returned ou< *1'8 cr° b’ ______________
Miss M ary Hammond was in Wednesday from a visit at Al-
to go East
The best show at the Gem tonight
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Salem Tuesday.
to know the needs o f the people
A Colorado man was here the
----
Rev. Erw in and w ife went to
that we sell to. W e succeed
first o f the week kwking for a
\ G irls’ Honor Guard was or-
Salem Wednesday.
pretty w ell in supplying them.
small ranch to rent.
ganized in the High School Tuea-
Col. Matthews is beginning to
N ow and then, however, there
'day. Miss Ethel Smith o f Port-
look like a farmer. •
Rev. James C. Erwin and w ife isn<t spoke at Assembly and assist-
is a demand for something that
will leave Monday for Richmond. ej jn
organization. Miss Emily
Walter L. Tooie, Jr
w e do not carry.
Indiana. Rev. Erwin will lie pas- ^jjller was elected president; Mrs.
Dallas, Oregon.
W e want you to bring your
tor o f the 3d M. E. Church at th a t1 W. H. Beard, vice-president; Miss
Miss Beth Deal visited friends place.
special needs to us. and we will
Lurena Treat, secretary-treasurer.
get the goods. “ I f w e haven’t at Salt Creek last week.
The
girls will take a course in
Chas. Trim ble left this week for
Good four room house for rent. Oregon City where he will work a First Aid under Dr. Hellwarth.
got it, w e w ill get it for you.”
That's our motto, and we suc­ ! Apply at the New s office.
few days and then goto Big Creek The class will meet Monday even­
ing.
ceed pretty well in carrying it
The mill company here are be- and resume foremanship o f a log­
ging camp.
Co-operating with the nation­
out.
! ginning to deck logs again.
wide movement to increase the
Edith Brown has just returned
Mose Manston, county cornmiss-
THOMPSON DRUG STORE.
food supplies o f the nation, the
j ioner, was here on business Tues­ from Portland, where she has been school is planting potatoes and
attending the State Conclave o f ;
day.
beans on vacant lots about town.
The Brotherhood o f American I
The boys have been hard at work
The opening o f the hospital will
Yeomen as a delegate from the i
plowing and soliciting seeds. The
i be postponed for an indefinite
local lodge o f this city. She and
baseball team gave the fund they
! time.
this lodge w ere honored by her;
had collected for baseball supplies
Logging trains are running electiore to the office o f State
to the seed fund. Miss Marion
again between Dallas and Black Chaplain o f Oregon.
Crocker
has H
given
five dollars
" * "
'-v.. ...............
.. sent
Rock.
Frank D eW itt fractured one o f | her for a Commencement gift,
Miss Edith Montgomery spent his ribs last week by falling down < »thers have donated potatoes and
Saturday and Sunday visitin g in the rollway o f the Teal & Cleve- l>eans for seeds,
1 Salem.
Headquarters for Candy and Cigars
WEATHERLY CONFECTIONERY.
Costs Little More
Ellis Frink o f Corvallis visited
friends in town Saturday and
Sunday.
land mill. He fell a distance o f
about ten feet, striking on a tim-
ber breaking a rib over his heart,
A plug o f tobacco was in his left
shirt pocket and the force o f the
fall broke it in two, probably sav­
ing him from a more serious in­
Hanvey Deal spent the week
end, visiting friends and relatives
ju ry.
m Dallas.
Teachers Institute is being held
jn the school today. Assisting
with the program are Miss Ixrnise
Haslop, Mrs. Hazel Courter, Tre-
val Powers and the school orches­
tra.
VIA
CALIFORNIA
B efore selecting the route for your next trip East
consider these three important things;
S E R V IC E
Steel curs, through standard or
ears, unexcelled dining cars.
tourist sleeping
SAFETY
Rock bullast. automatic block signals, heavy steel
rails, consultant speed.
SCENERY
Known throughout the country as “ The Road o f u
Thousand W onders.”
LIBERAL STOP-OVERS
Our Agent* are well informed.
Atk them
regarding
train cohedulae, or write
JO H N M. SCO TT. General 1’assenger A gen t
Portland
Southern Pacific Lines
Portland Rose Festival June 13, I I. 15,
°°© 5 )(â î a o a íK fe i? ífa o G m i
ft?aoK) taxiladifâs'
Those visiting school this week
w ere; Mrs. Sears, Mrs. Gilbert,
Austin Titus. Ronald G. W hite, Miss Bertha Frink, Mrs. Otto,
When travel­
Mrs. H. H. Lowe, Mrs. Beard.
and
Lester
W
.
Gardner
went
to
FOR S A L E
ing, attending
Eugene Sunday where they enlist- Miss Magee.
Piano for sale. Phone 328.
ed in the second company, Coast
The program given last Friday
a Theatre or
A rtillerv Corps, Oregon National was 83 follows: Song, School;
„a
T W bavp n<it vet been s P ^ ial by Miss Graham; Song.
Mrs. J. P. Peck is visiting a t r Guard,
some Social
th ey have not j e t oeen SchooI; Fjafr Salute. School.
her
daughter,
Mrtv.
the home o f
assigned to drill duty. Recruiting
Function, or ¿$1??
I Martin Deal.
Sergeant Carl T. Baker, stated:
F i t h B alls .
“ I f all men in this country were
if Shopping,
F ritz Droege, our hotel man,
1 c salt codfish
1 CRK
as loyal to their country as these
spent several days at Independ-
2 heaping c potatoes 1 T butter
don’t forget to have
young men, the recruiting forces
! once this week.
1 1 pepper.
would have nothing to w orry
D R . M IL E S ’
Candi**, Tobaccos and Cigars, at
Wash fish in cold water,?and
Fresh Bread, Cakes.Cookies.Pies about.”
- A n ti •
L. B. W O N D E R LY’S
pick in very small pieces, or cut
and other bakery goods, every day
The editor o f the Dallas Item- using scissors. Wash, pare and
B R IN O D E SIR E D R E L IH F .
; at the Falls City Bakery.
• 1 h a * « uaad Dr. Mi law A o il Fkln
izer is still harping about Falls City soak potatoes, cutting in pieces o f
P ill« for «« m e l l n « and Sad tbam
w ith y o u . T h e y are in ­ an Invaluabla ratnady fa r beedarhe
Mr. and Mrs. Ronco’s daughter not furnishing more soldiers. He
uniform size before using. Cook
alw uy* tiikan fr a a t pMaaure
! and son-in-law from California says that while Dallas furnished
valu able fo r H e a d a c h e I In hava
rarowimandtng t b « n
to m y
fish and potatoes in boiling water
frlanda, being uonfldotit tk at they
; were here this week on a visit.
95 men Falls City only sent 5. The | to cover until potatoes are soft.
and all o th e r P a i n v
w ill bring the daairad relief. I am
editor o f the Item izer neglects to | Drain thoroughly through strainer
ne%er without them and ua# them
Misses Norma and V iv ia n Hol-
2 5 D o m i , 2 5 C a n ts .
fo r all atta rk * o f pain, knowing
state that these five were from return to kettle in which they
that they w ill not disappoint ma."
| man o f Dallas visited th eir grand-
IF F IR S T B O X IS N O T S A T IS ­
MRS. W . U. BHNfiON.
within the city limits and not from w ere cooked, wash thoroughly
F A C TO R Y , YO UR M O N EY W IL L
W est Haven. Conn.
| mother, Mrs. S. H. T eth erow last
BE R EFUNDED.
the rural routes. There are people (being sure there are no lumps
| week.
livin g within a fe w rods o f the left in potatoes), add butter, eg g
The main shaft broke' at the city limits o f Falls City getting
| well beaten, and pepper. Beat
I mill Thursday. The mill has been their mail from the routes running with a fork tw o minutes, and
add
1 shut down until repairs can be out o f Dallas, consequently they
salt i f • necessary. Take up by
FOR S ALE OR R EN T .
CHURCH NOTICES
^
made.
are claimed as citizens o f that spoonfuls, put in fry in g basket,
T
w
o
good
residence properties
.
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•
Free
M
e
t
h
o
d
i
s
t
and fry one minute in deep fat, for sale or rent. Fine garden plats
W . F. Nichols, form erl f casbier burg.
Sunday School 10 a. m.
I o f the Bank o f Falls C ity is now
President Wilson insists upon allowing six fish balls for each at each house. W ill sell cheap or
Preaching service I I a. m.
cashier o f the Sheridan S tate Bank | the passage o f the “ draft” law fryin g; drain on brown paper. rent. (Jail at N ew s office.
Song
and praise service 7:30
SOLD EVERYWHERE
Rebeat the fa t a fter each frying.
o f Sheridan.
' not being satisfied to depend on
followed
by preaching at 8:00.
The school board appointed two
volunteers as have presidents in
Creamed O ysters.
Mr. and Mrs. Sayre and tw’ o
Mid-week
prayer
m eeting7:30 p.m
more teachers at its meeting Mon­
the beginning o f other wars. Now
1 pt. oysters
1A white sauce
The Rev. Irl R. Hicks 1917 Almanac children, Ruck and E thel, o f Mon­
Everyone cordially invited to
day
night.
Elizabeth
Sammons
that everyone is with the presi­
i t celery sajt.
mouth spent a few d a y s here the
and Leone Bradley w ere appoint­ attend these services.
The Rev. Irl R. Hicks Almanac
dent in the w ar move there should
Clean and cook oysters until
last o f the week.
Edgar N. Long, Pastor.
b e no need o f forced enlistments. plump and edges begin to curl; ed. Some o f the teachers did not
for 1917 comes out bright and bet­
make
application
for
re-appoint-
N o need o f sending to Mail
drain, and add to white sauce
ter than ever. His splendid por­
lig h t in g editors are advocating
ment.
Send us w hatever news you
Order Houses. I f price cuts any
seasoned with celery salt. One
trait in four color work, taken
the use o f whole wheat flour in
know.
W e will not publish your
ice buy o f Havtung. Read his ad
fourth cup sliced mushrooms are
from life in May, 1916, proves that
ord^r that more food may be sent
name
but
will publish the new3.
this week o ', page three.
often added to Creamed oysters.
this old friend o f • the millions is
to England. Let them set the
ve ry fa r from being “ a dead*
O y s t e r C o c k t a il.
L- C. Fi3k 0f Monmouth came example.
man.” E very home, office and
8 small raw oysters, 2 drops
last w eei< and spent several davs
business in Am erica owe it to this
It is reported that there is a , Tabssio.
his nephew, G. D. Treat, re­
ANTI-URIC
faithful, old friend o f the people
fund o f $50,000 to be used in c a r -1 1 i teoiato catsup
Salt
tu
rn
in
g
home
Monday.
The famous ROOT and B E R R Y / k
to send for his Almanac and M a g -,
ry in g the $6,090*000,000 road
i T v in e jp r or lemon juice, T t
rem edy for R H E U M A T IS M . Con- 4 $
azint for 1917. This Almanac F j
Clay Oxford is laid up with Ironds. Somebody must expect celery, finely chopP?<i
tains no chemicals or opiates, and
35c by mail. His monthly Mf A,,. rheumatism and C. L. Barnhart of something.
A t Worcestershire Sauce.
w ill not injure the most delicate
azine with Almanac, one doll ar a Independence came Tuesday to
stomach or digestion. Results
Mix ingredients, chill thorough­
yea r
Send to
^O R K S take charge o f the butcher shop
guaranteed or money refunded.
ly, and serve in cocktail glasses or
HAD EGGS FOR BREAKFAST.
I Price $1.50 per outfit. For sale by
C O M P A N T , 3 4 r j ! F r a n k . j during his illness.
A few mornings ago on cutting cases made from green peppers
A r e n u e , St. Louis, M o
M. L. THOMPSON,
The Berean class held its month­ into a boiled eg g L. B. Murray placed on a bed o f crushed ice.
Druggist.
ly meeting at the Christian church found a perfectly formed one on B a k e d H a lib u t W i t h T o m a t o S a u c e .
A T suga
H e H ad r i o n e _
2 lbs halibut
It was about the siie
Monday night. The usual amount the inside
H e -lf you rpf.ige
, ^,11 blow
3
T butter
"
.....
out my brains. Sh.^_yüu laU er
. o f business was disposed of. The o f a Canary and the shell was 2 1 c c tomatoes
3
T
flour
w ater
The Bible question contest, con­ p erfectly formed and hard.
self!—Puck.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
j t salt
1 slice oniod
ducted by Mrs. A . C. Powers and
Passenger Train Schedule
V\ isiiom provides things Jiecesaary, Mrs. W . T. H arris resulted in a
A t pepper
Effective Oct. 4,1914
3 cloves
D ea fn ess C a n n o t B e C u red
not superfluous. —Solon.
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1«
b
y
local
application!!,
a
»
they
cannot
tie. A fte r adjourning, refresh­ reach the diseased portion o f the ear.
Cook tomatoes, water, onion.
WMTBOUKD am. arri.
pm.
There is only one w ay to cure deafness, cloves, and sugar 20 minutes, melt
ments w ere served.
4.00
Salem . . . 7:00 9.45
and that Is by constitutional remedies.
Art E n g lis h T u r f C u # m . i i .
Deafness is caused by an Inflamed condi­ butter, add flour and stir into hot
5.30
Dallas, . . 8.15 11.02
A curious of ago of ¡/¡c English
o f the mucous lining o f the Eusta­
Dr. Turner, form erly o f tion
11.35
6.05
8.50
Fai
ls
City.
chian Tube. W hen this tube Is Inflamed mixture.
Add salt and pepper
turf is one which ordain/; tluii. when
have a rum bling sound or Im p -rffc !
11:55
lil'k Rock.
Lowe and Tu rner, eye spec­ you
nearing,
and
when
It
la
entirely
dosed
cook 10 minutes and strain, clean
once worn, the cap nn<, 1 jacket rep­
170
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33
ialists o f Portland w ill be at 1 alls Deafness Is the result, and unless the in­
KAaTROI'NlJ am.
pm.
pm.
resenting a patron’s “coter-’’ be­
flammation can be taken out and this fish,
put in baking dish, pour
restored to Its normal condition,
1.05
Bl'k Rock
come the property o f the jockey. City Hotel again F riday A pril 20. tube
hearing will be destroyed forever; nine around half the sauce, and bake
6.10
out o f ten are caused by Catarrh,
Falla City. 9.30 1.28
If. as frequently hap pens, the own­ Don’t fail to consult him about your eases
which Is nothing but an Inflamed condi­ thirty-five minutes, basting often.
6.40
Dallas. . . 10.10 2.00
er wishes to
<>.<,— -- a me­ eyes and glasses. Headaches re­ tion o f the mucous surfaces
tv« will s ir« One Hundred Dollars for ary ease of
Salem . .. 11.01 3.15
mento o f a succeasf- j j race, he muat lieved, cross eyes Mtraightened. Deaf ooss !osn«ed hr cstarrhUhat cannot b- on rod by Remove to hot platter, pour around
Hall s Catarrh Cura. Send for circulars free
A. C P ow bki , Aosirr
remaining sauce, and garnish
buy them from t ¡)e employee to
J CHSNXT, * CO. Toledo. Ohio.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Don’t Bold by D rn o V.
U ta , 75c.
whom perhap3 he » g aVe them but an
with parsley.
Xaha Bah • i i a i l r PUla tor in o ttn o iw
forget the date.
hour or two befor ?
PAIN PILLS
Drink
Rheumatism
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