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FALLS CITY NEWS
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Local News Items
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J U S T R E C E IV E D
School is more successful this
.A - year than ever.
p h y s ic ia n
A FULL LINE OF
F. M. HKLLWARTIl
The best «how at the ilem tonight hundred and twenty-five in the
P H Y S IC IA N A N D SURGEON
Bnt*r*A M M » n 4 ^ u a n u l l «I t b . p**t*f fio*
W.M. Black was quite ill this »trade school and forty-eight in the
Olili'« o n e door *a«l of I*. O,
b« F a lls CU ». P ol» C ount». Or*g*u. an«*» tb*
A r t «f Ocuifrve* of Har, b t. 1ST«.
0 * 1 * and
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The boys of the 7th und 8th
Austin Titus was in Dallas last grade and the high school boys
S u b s c rip tio n R a t* . O u* T ra t t l 90: a l l m o n 'b n .
I« c u t s . tb r* . month., » c*nt«; *ln*l* cop». » cU.
held a meeting to organize an
DR. FOSTER, Chiropraeter
Mrs. Trimble was a Salem VIS- athletic club.
A dvertising Rat*»: Display. IS cent» an Ini h
Treats all Chronic Trouble« suc
Husmeas N o tte« . S cents a line ; Tor Sal*. Rent. itor Monday.
The girls of the high school will
cessfully, using electricity inali
■ achanga. W ant a n d P a r e n te rta in m e n t No
have complete rule this year as
tte*». ft eta. a line. Card of Than*» 60 eta. Lags
Clothes cleaned and pressed.
forms. The Electric Brush for
Notte«*, legal rate*.
Wm. Bohle. there are three times as many
all scalp troubles. Phone 1024.
C op * fo r new ade. a n d c h * n g c » e h o u l d b* te n !
girls as boys.
j Nattional Bunk Building, Suit 21
M. L. Thompson was in Dallas
WE SELL THE BEST
to T h e New* n o t !*t*r t h a n W edne a da y.
Those that visited school this
Dallas, Oregon. Box Na 362
O fficiai R ew epaper e f tb a C ity a f T a lla City
week are, Olive Deal, Hal Thomp
Mrs. Nita Gilbert visited in Dal son and Mrs. Hopkins.
I ssu e d E very S aturday M orning
las last Saturday.
MARY r. IRVINE
Miss Graham, the first grade
p ia n is t T K A citr h
Post Office Time Card
Household furniture for sale teacher, is seriously ill- School in
Today, tomorrow, or next week you
G R A D l 'A T K A l . « A N Y O O L U O X
C 'o S i o R V A T O N Y
See Clay Oxford.
the first grade will not be held un-
will find the best that can be bought
Office hours: Daily, except Sun
M E i lIN N E R H O K A D V A N C K D P U P I L *
The bean crop is yielding better til Miss Graham is well or another
at any time or any place.
day. 8 a m. to 6.30 p.m.
ru|>lle will b* |l»*u
teacher can be secured.
than was expected.
m o u m ' h o o l c r e d it
Mail arrivée, from
SHOES AND LOGGERS SUPPLIES
( ' • I l ( H II lnl*r* *lwl.
There are two new teachers in
AllieTeal is serving on the jury
Salem 8.45 a.m., 5:45 p.m.
Prices as low as consistent with
at Dallas this week.
Dallas. 8:45 A. M., 5:45 P. M.
ing teach the 7th and 8th grade
Portland via Gerliuger, train 102 Josh Talbott of Portland was in and Mr. Wonderly is manual
» u o ln c o ö d a r t e
11:55 a. m.
the city last Saturday.
Black Rock, 1:30 P. M.
Farmers in the Valley are pre The fire department of the
M«nl closes for:
paring for fall seeding.
school has been organized. They
Salem. 8.50 A.M., 1 P.M. and 5:30
Geo. W. Brentner of Newberg have put out every single fire
S e m p le R o o m *
there has been, even the janitor's
was in town Wednesday.
H *» t A c c o m m o d a tio n «
Dalian, 3:50 A. M. and5:30P. M.
F D ro « u « . P r o # r l« l« r
Mrs. Clay Oxford went to Port fire.
Portland via Gerlinger train 102
land Tuesday morning. •
1 p. m.
up the Luckiamute for a picnic,
G E T YOUR
l iA t l i.E H n i t o r «
Mrs. Viola Keeney of Black They each tried to see which one
Black Rock, 1 A. M.
Rock was in the city Monday.
could eat the most weenies, and
Mail Order and Postal Savings
BUTTER W RAPPERS
Whooping cough is whooping it of course Mr. Lowe won the con
window closes at 6 P. M.
F a l l s City, O r e g o n
up in the Gilliam neighborhood.
S unday O nly
«hrrr yes css got « Ihm . Heir Cut. talk
P R I N T E D AT T H I S OFFICE.
Office hours: 9:30 to 10:80 a.m:
Bernie Freer and Lester Brown News Items from 7th and 8th Grade
Attui far Dallas ".treni laundry
Mail arrives from Salem, 9:00 of Pedee were in this city Satur At the first of last week forty-
Bu nd le « lo rw • d lo tl T u c u l* ) « v e n i a s
pupils were registered in the Jun
■ I I' l l l - H t l I l ' M - h » H " 4-4-H - t - H U t l- t " M + » » I » » »■ *" >
Mail closes for Salem, 8:50 a. m.
Grace Hastings spent Saturday ior High School Department with
M O B Ü MIC N T S
General Delivery Window Open and Sunday with homefolks near the addition of two since.
From 9:30 to 10:30 A. M.
Great interest is being shown
G . L. H A W K I N S
Effective March 11, 1917.
in the 8th grade agricultural class.
M A R B L E AND G R AN ITE
Use engraved calling cards and A number of experiments are
I r a C. M e h r l i n g , Postmaster
stationery. Call and see sample planned and apparatus is rapidly
cards and get prices.
being collected to commence work.
Don’t forget to bring in news
items, or drop them in our “news Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies,Pies With Monday came Claude Hud
F V N K H A I nlHKCTOR
box” at the postoffice. We appre and other bakery goods, every son from Olymphia, Washington.
day, at the Falls City Bakery.
He is enrolled in the 7th grade.
R . L. C H A P M A N
Don’t forget that raincoat you The girls of the 7th grade report
Extra copies of The News are
printed each week, and will be sent promised yourself last spring. for Domestic Art Mondays and
Wo sitsnd lo all work promptly.
Wednesdays, while the 8th grade
to any address desired, postpaid, Wm. Bohle can supply you.
for 5 cents per copy.
Rev. Long and family and Mrs. f r,s W * Tuesdays and Thurs
Dallai and Falla City, Ora.
hours, close and
days. The boys of the ith and
Better catch up with your letter
8th grades report for Manual
tedious work, are very apt
It KAI. I »TATK
writing before the 3-cent letter of the Columbia Highway Tues Training the same periods as the
postage goes into effect.
girls report for sewing.
J. O . M I C K A L S O N
other Pains. Don’t suffer.
W. A. Persey of Salem was in Our department plans to organ
D ealer in
D IZ Z Y SPELLS.
the city Wednesday and Thurs ize a Student Body in the near
$100 R e w a rd , $100
D R . M IL E S *
"M y n erv e« b ecam e »11
K C A L LISTA TE
T h e r e a d e r s o f th is p a p e r w ill bs
He shipped his household future.
p le a se d to le a rn t h a t th e r e is a t le a a t one day.
w o rn o u t. I h a d h a d head*
Lull» City, Oregon.
d re a d e d d ise a se t h a t scien ce h a s been
ach e* a n d «ever« d l u y
a b le to c u re In a ll it s sta g e s , a n d t h a t Is
The new 8th grade pupils of
t could n o t sleep
C a ta r r h . H a ll's C a ta r r h C ure is th e only
p o sitiv e c u re now k n o w n to th e m edical
p e tite w an poor.
D. L. Wood, Jr. left Monday this year are, Albert Morgan and
will quickly drive your a 1 n d b . g m t y n a p u sin
f r a te r n ity . C a ta r r h b e in g a c o n s titu tio n a l
g D r. Kill**'
d ise a se , re q u ire s a c o n stltu U o n a l t r e a t
Those in the 7th grade
H a ll's C a ta r r h C u re is ta k e n In evening for Eastern Oklahoma to Guy Ross.
A n tl-P a ln P ill* a n d th e y
te r n a lly . a c tin g d ire c tly upon th e blood
He expects to are, Esther Ross, Esther Lee, Clair
a lw a y s g a v e m e In s ta n t r e
a n d m u c o u s s u r f a c e s o f th e ey stera. th e r e visit his old home.
b y d e s tro y in g th e fo u n d a tio n o f th e d is
no m a t t e r w h a t th e
and Louise Brown, Lois Wilhelm
ease, a n d g iv in g t h e p a tie n t s tr e n g th b y be away about a month.
Dr. Miles’ Nervine lief
p ain .
T h e n I uaed Dr.
b u ild in g u p th e c o n s titu tio n a n d a s s le tin g 1
Garence Yount and Claude Hud
d o in g “
M ile»' N e rv in « re g u la rly
S ^ i » I n a«1Sr
^thWXkit.T^ v W ^ ! W ANTED.-A girl or middle-
will assist you by relieving a n d « a l so o n In p e rfe c t
aged woman to do housework. son.
h e a lth a g a in .”
l o r list c f te stim o n ia ls .
the Nerve Strain.
With the addition of four more
MRS. 8. L. YOUNG.
Addresa F J. CHENEY &. CO Toledo, Ohio. Wakes $5.00 per week.
Sold by »11 D ruggists,
u g g iste, 75c. ■
324 P itts b u r g 8 t.,
F I R S T B O X , OR B O T T L E , FAILS
T ake H all » Fam
ily P ills for co n stip atio n .
N ew ca stle, P en n .
BENEFIT Y O U , Y O U R MONEY
School will have as many enrol'ed
W IL L BE REFUNDED.
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Lunde and as the Senior High. Here’s hoping
son Ralph and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. that the outgoing class of 1921 will
ORDEAL OF GRAMMAR.
Bohle and son Freddie motored to be as large a3 it now promises.
How It Came to Be Inflicted Upon an
last Sunday to visit with
The first social event of the sea
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Candi"!, Tobaccos and Cigarf, at
The world reached its highest known Mr. Bohle s brother.
A f The Churches
son in the 8th grade is planned to
stage of intelligence before gram m ar
L. B. WONDKRLY’tì
The Sowers property scheduled be a weinerwurst roast, in the
was even Invented, much less studied.
I have had some curiosity to find out to be sold at Dallas last Saturday park, Friday evening. Much fun
for the construction of a foot
t where and how so great a blight upon
did not receive a bid; in fact, few is anticipated.
bridge with approach, on Third
young life first came into being and
why it ever became a school study, in Falls City were aware of the
After trying a week to handle street between South and North
Sunday School 10 p. m.
and I find th a t the Greeks knew it threatened sale. Defective adver two grades with one teacher, it Main street. City to furnish all
Preaching service 11 a. m.
not; th a t their trium phant literature
material. See plans at City Hall.
and praise service 7:30
and their matchless oratory came to
flower before gram m ar was dreamed vertised in Falls City.
aid, so Mi3s Edith Johnson is The Council reserves the right
followed by preaching at 8:00.
to reject any or all bids.
of; that it w as not in any sense one
Mid-week prayer meeting 7:30 p.m
Miss Mary Hammond returned assisting in the 7th and 8th grades.
of the great arts which they wrought
Everyone cordially invited to
out and with which they armed the Thursday evening from Chicago
[ School items were received
where she has been spending the late and it was impossible to get
I find that after Greece had declined
F,dgar N. Long, Pastor.
a barbarous Macedonian made himself summer. She visited in Toledo, them all in this issue. Ekitor ]
A gricu ltu ra l College
the owner of all Egypt, and in order to Ohio and Detroit, Michigan.
W here tr a in e d e pcc ia litta with modern lab-
surround himself w ith the most spec says that she enjoyed the trip
era to ri e e and a dequa te e quip m e nt give In-
tacular form of ostentation of which
Don't forget that when we say etru eti nn le ading to ri.llrgiiite d e g r e e s in th s
his vain mind could conceive he set to hugely and still signs her name, “ Have it Made to Measure” we following achoola'
each Lord's Day Headquarter« for Candy and Cibari
collecting not only all the rare and “ Miss Hammond.”
A G R I C U L T U R E , w ith I S d e p a r t m e n t s ;
mean you. We have the new Fall C O M M E R C E , with 4 d e p a r t m e n t s ;
precloua objects and books and manu
Bible School 10 a. m.
Mrs. C. A. Thomassene of Port and Winter line of International
E N G IN E E R IN G with 6 de partm ents, In
scripts there were In the world, but be
cluding Civil, Electrical. Ilittirway. In d u s tr ia l
capped it all by making a collection of land who is visiting her sister,
Tailoring Co’s, samples on display. Arts Ir ri ga ti on nod Mechanical E nginee ri ng;
Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m.
the living men of the world who had Mrs. C. H. Fisher, has been em
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Prices from $19.00 to $45.00. We F O R E S T R Y , Includ ing Logging hu ginc er-
any reputation anywhere for knowing
Evening Service 7:30 p. m.
and thinking. Taking them from their
also have another line from $14.75 H OME ECONOMICS, with 4 majo r d e p a r t
The public is invited to be with
homes where they had some relation in the city school. Miss Graham, up also made to measure.
Passenger Train Schedule
See ments, Includ ing tia in in g in the Pree tie *
to the daily necessities of human be the regular teacher is seriously
us in these services.
Bohle at the Pressing Parlor.
ings and bad really been of some use,
MININO, w ith th ie e d e p a r tm e n ts , iuelud
F. Claude Stephens, Minister. W ESTBOtiUD a t«i
he shut them up for life In one of hia ill and it was at first thought that
tog Chemical E ng in ee ring .
9 .3 5
3 .4 5
palace* at Alexandria, which the folks the primary grade would be dis
PHA RMA CY
S a le m . . . 7 ;06
there were In the habit of calling “the continued until such a time as
5 .1 6
THE SCHOOL Or MUSIC, offer« Inetrue
GOOD HOME FOR SALE
D a l l a s . . • 8 .1 5 10.57
•ion in th e principnl d e p a r tm e n ts of vocal
hencoop of the muses,” and out of
5 .4 5
F a ll» C i t y . 8 .4 5 11.30
AT THE PRICE OF RENT
•n d in s tr u m e n ta l music
M. I- CHURCH
cheer desperation, since they could do Miss Graham would be able to
THE MILITARY DEPARTMENT, enrolled
nothing better to amuse themselves, take charge, it not being desirable
This is a chance where a work 1085
cade ts in ltllf l 17, and won recom m en
Sunday Schcol 10:00
they counted the words In the books
am . pm .
datio n for O. A C. from the W este rn D e p a r t
which real men had written and pre
Morning Worship 11.
ment of the U R. War D e p ar tm e n t ae one of
5 .5 0
pared table* of the forms and endings er, believing that, “ as the twig is and hardly know how he paid for the fifteen "d is tin g u is h e d I n e t i t u t l o n s " of
F a lla City.
6 .2 6
which the users of word* employed.
Epworth League 7:00.
D a l l a « . . . 10.00 1.45
bent the tree is inclined.” The i t I will sell my house in Falls higher le a rn in g All cad ets will be furnis he d
7 .2 0
The lifeless dregs of books which
S a le m . . . 11.00 3 .1 0
ecm picte u n ifo r m , by th e L’ 8 Go vernment
Evening Service 8:00
their distilling left we now call gram
A. C. P oweeì , A oskt
end the Junior and senior cade ts enrolled I*
Bihe study and prayer meeeting V
mar and study instead of books and curing the services of Mrs. Tomas- per month. Lot 75x145, next to th e R. O T. C , Will be given . e m m uta tio « for
even speech itself. In their lowest srne as she is an experienced Juice factory. Look this up at subsistence, ae well ae ell tra n s p o rta ti o n and
Friday 8, p. m.
th e s is w e e k , ' Rummer cam p
depth of indifference to the moving,
'v subs R E is G te IS nc T e R A a t T IO
C orrespondent« wanted in awry
teacher, having taught in the once; it’s certainly a snap.
You are most cordially invited
N BEGINS OC TO BEE S.
pulsing life o f man not even the Alex
In f o rm a ti o n on request.
neighborhood in tbia ecclion of Ida
to attend these services.
andrians tank ao low as that.—Ernest
B eg ls tr er ,
A gr ic ultu ral
C. Moore la Yale Review.
at Wichita, Kansas.
Newberg, Oregon CorvaJUs, Oregon.
A. F. Harson, Pastor. country.
New Fall Shoes
THE SH O E STO RE
FALLS CITY LOGGING 4 LIMBER CO.
j f a ll8 C it\?1 b o tc l
Bohle’s Barber Shops
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