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    FALLS CITY NEWS
PAOS 4.
SCHOOL NOTES
Œlyr J a lla ÖJity Nroia
L. WOOD
Publisher
g u tero» u
tu a it a t t h . t M l a l f t »
i t r a i l* C t t i r o l* C a u t i . O rafo * , a a j a r tka
A rt * t C oB fraaa of M arrk ». 1ST*
Ttlcphta« Non OfTk*.
S ta b a rrtp tlo a R a ta * : O n* i* a f . U .00. •** ■••■’» h a
H. Bedient spent Thursday at
Advertising Rataa: Duplai.lScantaanliic»: the State Fair at Salem.
Buainaaa Nolle**. Scant« a lint; Tor Sala, Rant
Rmchan**. " a n t and Hay Kntertainmant No­
tte**. » eta. a lina. Card ol Thaaka A) eta ; I-**a
Notte««, leg*! nie».
Claude Graham will begin teach­
ing
at the Guthrie school house' on
Copy tor new nda. ondchango*ihould b« *ent
Monday next.
to The New* not liter thin Wednesday.
K *w ipap*r of th e C ity «f F all* Cits
I ssu e d E very S atu rda y M o r n in g
Post Office Time Card
Office hour»: Daily, except Sun
d ay, S a.in. to 6.30 p.ui.
Use engraved calling cards and
stationery. Call and see sample
cards and get prices.
Miss Helen Treat left Monday
for Monmouth where she will
attend the Normal school.
r n v siriA N
A FULL LINE OF
F . M. H E L L W A R T H
New Fall Shoes
p h y s ic ia n
S ty le , Q uality and Prices Right
Pres. Hallott McMurphy
Vice-Pres. Jeanette Brow n
Sec-Treas. Geneva Treat
Sophomore Class
Pres. Lois Bean!
Vice-Pres. Mildred Thompson
Sec-Treas. Viola Buell
Junior Class
Pres. Harold Beard
Vide-Pres. Luella Ward
Sec. Osa Brown
Senior Class
Pres. Velma Goodspeed
Vice-Pres. Evelyn Johnson
Sec-Treas. Treval Powers
TH E SHOE S TO R E
•
M U*
»+>♦ M -H - H - H M- 1 I I I »
I
N EW U P -T O -D A T E
M ail Order and Postal Savings
window close» at (5 P. M.
S unday O nly
Office hours: 9:30 to 10:30 a.m :
Mail arrives from S a le m , 9:00
a. m .
The city is filling up rapidly.
Four new’ families moved in this
week.
Household furniture for sale.
Mail closes lor Salem. 8:50 a. m. See Clay Oxford.
General Delivery Window Open
From 9:30 to 10:30 A. M.
Rufus Ferguson ar.d wife were
Effective March 11, 1917.
over
from Newberg the first of
I ra C. M e h r l in g , Postm aster
the week.
A Memory Aid.
When crocheting one often uses quite
a lot of different numbers of crochet
thread. To avoid mistakes write the
num ber of thread and also the make
on the inside of the cardboard roll ou
which the thread is wound. Then if
the little round tag containing the
num ber and trade name is lost, which
often happens, you will not have to de­
pend on memory, nor will you have to
match the thread by weight and size.—
F arm and Fireside.
o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o
o
o
CAUSES OF ILL HEALTH.
o
o
Cncleanliness.
o Excessive eating w ithout ade­
o quate am ount of exercise.
o
Occupational strain and condi-
o ditions of occupation which mean
o lack of exercise and fresh air
o and breathing dust.
o
T he use of alcoboL
o
Worry.
o
o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o
The Engineer Corpe.
T he duty of the corps of engineers In
the United States arm y In th e tim e of
w ar consists of planning and con­
structing fortifications, procuring Infor­
mation concerning the topography of
th e co u n trf, supplying maps, selecting
position for camps, constructing or de­
stroying bridges and often w ork re­
quiring technical skill; In tim e of
peace, to plan and construct perm anent
fortifications and coast defense, b iild
lighthouses, superintend river and ba r-
bor Improvements, survey and e s ta b ­
lish boundaries, etc.
A Freak of Death Valloy.
Saratoga springs Is one of the freaks
of Death Talley * and has probably
caused more profanity than anything
else In the region. The w aters are as
clear as crystal, and they bubble up
from a deep, sand basin Hke a well-
spring of Joy. B ut they a re strongly
Impregnated with sulphur and other
minerals, are tepid In tem perature and
a c t Instantly like an emetic upon any
one who d rln & them.—Exchange.
A Disadvantage.
“Do you think ‘The Star Spangled
B anner” Is a good song?”
“I don't see why it isn 't a perfectly
good old anthem. Ton do n 't alw ays get
a favorable Impression of i t owing to
th e fact th a t anybody feels free to
tackle it, regardless of w hether he can
sing or not.”—W ashington Star.
The Difference.
“Apropos of this aviation business,
you know ”—
“Well, w hat of It?”
“F orm erly the public here used to
take fliers in stock; now they are ta k ­
ing stock in filers '—Baltimore Amer­
ican.
DR. FOSTER, Chiropractor
L I N E OF
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware
and Cut Glass.
Eiperl Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing.
M A R Y F . IR V I N E
riANUT-TIACNBR
( IK A lll’ ATIC AI » A N V CO L U M E
COSNBKVATOMY
HKOISNKRM OK ADVANCED Ft’ MILS
Agates Cut and Mounted.
Miss Wilbur, Sixth
Miss B. Kennard, Seven-Eighth
H. H. Lowe. Principal
Miss Emily Miller. Dommestic
Science and Art
y
Miss Hurd. Mathematics
Miss Cunning, English.
There was a student body meet­
ing called to order Tuesday morn­
ing for the purpose of electing
officers. The following were elec­
ted:
Pres. Treval Powers
Vice-Pres. Eugene Starr
Sec-Treas. Velma Goodspeed
George Wagner, Hal Thompson, ♦ H ■1-M-H --H H
Olive Deal, Mrs. McConnell, from
near Philomath and Mrs. Ellis,
visited school this week.
l*u 1 * 1 1• will b* (l»*ii
Optical Coeds.
HIGH SCHOOL I R K D I T
• all IIT II InUrMtwt.
Suotncoo tinted
HOTEL
WE SELL THE BEST
j f a U ô C it ç lh o t c l
GROCERIES
Boot A o eo m m o éadoni
S a m p le R o o m «
f Droeya. Proprietor
Today, tomorrow, or next week you
will find the best that can be bought
at any time or any place.
IIAId .KH MUOI O
Bohle's Barber Shops
SHOES AND LOGGERS SUPPLIES
Fall* C ity, O r t j o n
•her« ys* css |r t * Ih m , Hair Cal. Islk
•r ‘ikla*1
Atrst for DslUi '.tesi* l«uidry
Prices as low as consistent with
first-class merchandise.
bundle» forwafdod lucala y evening
FALLS CITY LOGGING & LUMBER CO.
Private John Chappell was home
on leave a few days. He has re­ The school garden is doing fine.
turned to camp.
The students expect to harvest a
large crop of potatoes and several
Don’t forget that raincoat you pounds of beans.
promised yourself last spring.
The teachers’ training class has
Wm. Bohle can supply you.
four members, all girls.
and surgeon
O lilo* onn d o o r o ast o l I*. O.
Odi** *||,J ...
rail* I'll,.
H m I,I* ii «'* I III*11** .villi
Oit.*un
Treats all Chronic Troubles suc­
cessfully, using electricity in all
forms. The Electric Brush for
H 1 M* M-»
all sculp troubles. Phone 1624.
| Nuttionul Bunk Building, Suit
Dallas. Oregon, Box No. 332
Mail arrive», from
Salem 8.45 a.in., 5:45 p.m.
FALLS CITY, ORE.
The following are the teachers :: C. H . F I S H E R ,
Dalla». 8:45 A. XL, 6:45 P. M.
of
the
Falls
City
school
for
the
l -H - H - H - H H -H - H - H - H - l- H I 1-t-H-4-H-4H-H - H - H - 1-1-H-1-H1--H --1- I-4--I--IH-
Dick Ferguson is doing some
P ortland via Gerlinger, train 102 carpenter work in the Siletz Basin co,11*n3 year:
11:55 a. m.
___
Miss Iva Graham, Primary
Black Rock, 1:30 P. M.
Mrs. Leone Bradley. Second
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies.Pies
Miss Elizabeth Sammons, Third
Mail closes for:
Miss Sybil Wilson, Fourth
S alem ,8 .5 0 A.M.. 1 P.M and 5:30 and other bakery goods, every
day, at the Falls City Bakery.
Miss Clara Sampson, Fifth
P. M
Dallas, 8:50 ,\- M. aud5:30P . M.
P ortland via Gerlinger tra in 102
Walter Nichols of Sheridan
1 p. m.
was visiting friends here several
days the first of the week.
Black Rock, 1 A. M.
H Kl'T KM H Kl* 29, KM 7.
|>rofceetonnl Carbe
J U S T RECEIVED
School opened Monday morning
with a total enrollment of 226. 43
of these are in the High School.
The best show at the Gem tonight
The different high school classes
met to elect class officers. The
,
,
.
.
following are the classes and their
Clothes cleaned and prcaarf
, lht,
B m w ter:
% m. Bohle. i
^ hman clas..
It cuta; tkraa moo tita, ft ruta: alaci* ooiii. » ota.
O ffic ia l
SATURDAY.
MORtlMKNTl
G . L. H A W K I N S
MARBLE AND G RA N I T E
U M
11 i I I U t'T-l- -M -l-H - H '-l I* I M U - M I I I > H 1 M-M-
MONUMENTS
D a l l a s , Or*ao>i
G E T YOUR
rCNKRAI. DIRECTOR
R . L. C H A P M A N
BUTTER W RAPPERS
FUNERAL
P R IN TE D AT T H I S OFFICE.
DIRECTOR
Wo attend <o all work promptly.
Osila* and Falla City. Ore.
l-l-i- l- l- !- l-l-H -:-l-l-l-;-H -l-;-H -t-l—1-1—H - I**M**H"I-I**I"I—l-l-H -l-l-H -4-l-l-t-H -+h'
UK* i I STATIC
MEN ONLY
Miss Irene Bowman who has
been spending several weeks vis­
This was the prevailing reality
iting at the home of J. Bagley on September 22, when eight men
near Airlie has returned to her gathered at the home of J. C.
home in this city.
Frink, the event being his sixty-
second birthday.
The happy troup gathered by
Mayor Albert Teal suffered a i ones and twos thereby taking the
painful injury Wednesday. He host wholly by unawares, and
was carrying a piece of shafting after an evening joyfully spent
and fell through the floor dropping , together in honor of the head of
it on his thumb mashing it badly. the Frink home, the informal
' group were served to a deligetful
0 . Aurland and wife returned repast, who in turn wished the
Wednesday night from Eastern I youth of 62 summers an equal
Oregon where they spent the sum­ span of years in which the cares
mer. Mr. Aurland workfed thro' will be no more painful than the
harves. He says some crops were waking from the dreams.
very good and others poor.
E C O N O M I C * * WO1 M I L I T A R Y ,
PREPAREDNESS
THE UNIVERSITY"OF OREGON
*• « M I« * « t* ra m a to * « « • « . * • •
0000 HOME FOR SALE
AT THE PRICE OF RENT
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M IL IT A R Y D R IL L . O O M IS T I C SC IC M C E
A R T » AND CO M M ER CE
r i « > ta r a lta r Maa totwra l a n f c a . Y a m t a m u m
aaartoM. »• «*» la r I r a » R t«* tra * «4 haafclat*."Trato
t* a P rato far P a a r « « r W e r“ etto ” T R « W a rn a « mto
Hto U n K a ra t* * .- Atotree* P aato trar.
UNIVERSITY or 0NI80*. Fwt*e. Orea*«
@ 2lIi] a ii33tf5®Gr3=
G a s a t e l i © 90
UVEO
IN M IS E R Y .
‘1 aufTwed g re a tly from
nervousness
and
h e ad ­
aches. T h e le a st excite­
m en t c a v e mo dreadful
pain. I began using Dr.
Miles' N ervine a n d a few
d a y s la te r s ta rte d to take
D r. Miles* H e a rt T re a t­
m ent. I soon got so m uch
b e tte r th a t I w as encour­
aged a n d continued taking
th e tw o rem edies until I
w as so well th a t work w as
no b o th er to m e a t all.”
MRS. LOUIS BLO,
Idaho Falls, Idaho.
M. E- CHURCH
This is a chance where a work­ Sunday School 10:00
ing man can own his own home
Morning Worship 11.
and hardly know how he paid for
Epworth League 7:00.
it. I will sell my house in Falls
Evening Service 8:00
Work.
City for $850.—$50 down and $12
ere la no better ballast for keep per month. LotJ 75x145, next to
Bibe study and prayer meeeting
the mind steady on its keel and
Friday 8, p. m.
lg It from all risk of rrsnklneeo Juice factory. Look this up at
You are most cordially invited
business.—J nines Russell L ow ell once; it’s certainly a snap.
to attend these services.
Address J. D. Gorden, Owner,
sfortune U the bosom friend of
Newberg, Oregon.
A. F. Hanson, Pastor.
nan who “didn t think.”
M IC K A L S O N
I)»rl.ir in
It I'.A I . E S T A T I *
Falls City. Or.fon.
r r U a t lN c * S -r* rto a . afto ra toll a s s a rt aw Nto * to
At The Churches
Don't forget that when we say
Have it Made to Measure” we
Free Methodist
mean you. We have the new Fall
and Winter line of International
Sunday School 10 a. m.
Tailoring Co’s, samples on display.
Preaching service 11 a. m.
Prices from $19.00 to $45.00. We
Song and praise service 7:30
also have another line from $14.75
followed by preaching at 8:00.
up also made to measure. See Mid-week prayer meeting7:30 p.m
Bohle a t the Pressing Parlor.
Everyone cordially invited to
attend these services.
Two ladies from Falls City who
Edgar N. Long, Pastor.
attended the Dallas Fair last week,
contrary to time-honored custom
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
put their money in a pocket book
which dangled on the arm of Tone Divine Services each Lord’s Day
Bible School 10 a. m.
of them. In the crowd it dangled
Divine worship 11 a. m.
off and was lost. But for the fact
Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m.
that they had purchased return
Evening Service 7:30 p. m.
tickets and secreted them else­
The public is invited to be with
where about their clothes they
us in these services.
might have had to walk home.
F. Claude Stephens, Minister.
J. O .
LIBEARY BENEFIT
Candi'1«, Tobaccos and Cigars. at
I, B. W O N D ER LY ’8
Striving to
satisfy the
demands of
everyone is
apt to affect the nerves,
and continual standing
may weaken the Heart.
Dr. Miles’ Nervine
H ea dquarters
for C a n d y a n d Cinara
is invaluable for Nervous
troubles, and for the Heart
W E A T H E R L Y C O N FE C T IO N E R Y .
D r. M ile s ’
SOUTHF.RN PACIFIC COMPANY
Heart Treatment
P a sse n g e r T ra in S ch ed u le
E ffectiv e J u l y 15, 1917
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WUTSOURD a IA
pm.
m . am .
3.45
S alem . . . 7:06 9 .3 6
5 .1 5
D a lla s . . . 8.15 10.57
5 .4 5
8.45 11.30
F all» C lty
11:50
Bl'knock.
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|70
XA*TI*OMI* d am . pm .
pm .
1.00
B l’k Rock
5.50
F alls C ity. 9 .2 0 1.20
6.25
D a lla s . . . 10.IK) 1.45
7.20
Salem . . . 11 no 3 .1 0
is highly recommended.
I F F I R S T B O T T L E F A I L S T O BENE*
F I T Y O U , Y O U R MONEY W I L L BE
REFUNDED.
| City Library Fund.
A good at
The Falls City Dramatic Club1 tendance is expected as those who
A. C. PowiM , A o in t
will open the season with a pro­ attend will not only see a good
duction of “ The Texas Ranger”
show but also have the satisfaction
C o rre sp o n d e n ts w a n te d in e v e r y
at W agner’s Hall, October 20.
The major portion of the pro­ of knowing they have assisted the neighborhood in Lb is section ol tn#
country.
ceeds will be turued over to the library.