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SATURDAY. OCTOBER f.f, nn7,
Second prize at the County Fair.
Wm. Stelzer was down from
That Loronu Treat is the bust camp Sunday.
bread maker in Polk County.
Ralph Adams was a Dal
I'll vail. IAN
That Margret Dorman is editor las Mrs.
of this department.
F. M. HELLWARTH
That Claude Graham is teach Mr. und ’Mrs. C. L Hopkii s
PHYSICIAN AND RUKGP.ON
ing the Guthrie school, has seven motored to McMinnville Sunday.
«Inor »’tiat of 1\ O.
teen pupils and insists on being Misses Margret und Elizabeth OIIDa amt ou« ,,, I Imin*
called Mr. Graham by his pupils. Sammons were in Dullos last Sat
The Food Administrator Writes Us:
He has some fine looking girls in | urday.
“The use of baking powder breads made of corn and other coarse flours instead of
patent wheat flour is recommended by the Conservation Division of the Food
DR. FOSTER, Chiropractor
Mr. A. H. Dodd came up from Treats
Administration. The wheat needed for export is thus conserved, and at the same
Chronic Troubles suc
time healthful food for our own people is provided. The circulation of recipes pro-t
That we have the oldest estab Irish Bern! Thursday to uttend to cessfully. all using
electricity in all
viding for these uses would be of assistance in carrying out our plans.’*
lish«! Student Body in the Willam business matters.
The following recipes for Com Bread and Rye Rolls save wheat flour
and make attractive and wholesome food for every day when made with
That one of our “scrub” pigs Wynne und lairing, spent the Nutlional Bank Building, 1624.
took the blue ribbon in the tlioro- weak end with Mr. Grier.
bred class at the county fair.
That Harold Beard is our art
fiend; Eugene Starr, our Edison: attended the Bankers’ meeting ut
M A R Y F. I R V I N E
Treval l owers our Sousa; and Portland and heard McAdoo.
U HA OCA I f! AMIA NY co.X E i.K
Mr. and Mrs. George Gardner
11$ cap« corn meal
S cure ryo Sour
BKlllMNIM OH ADVANCED FURIL«
H teacpocn salt
I'upll. will I» (Ivan
4 I oto I toucpoouo B o iil B u k iif F e « 4 « t
That ¡\J1 the pupils of last years week with Martin Deal and fam
3 level teaspoon« Royal Baking Towdetf
1 tablespoon sugar
• null he>1(10L CREDIT
1 teaspoon salt
l ’j cups milk
Call »J7 II InietfaMd.
81ft d t j ingredients together, add milk and melteJ
1 tablespoona abortening
ed to positions in Polk County.
shortening. Knead on floured board, shape Into rolls*
* t s thoroughly dry lngrodlenta: add milk and melted
Put into greased pans and allow to stand in warm
That the Domestic Science class The E. T. C. Club met with
ahorteniag: beat well; pour into well troaaed pa«
lace 80 to 85 minutes. Bake in moderate oven 3ft
«ad bake is hot oroa about 8» minute».
ÌS 30 minutes.
devoting one period ouch week Mrs. Frank Horn Wednesday af
Our red, w hite a n d blue booklet “ Best War Tim a Recipes*' containing additional sim ila r recipes
ternoon and all were present and
sewing for the soldier boys.
•ant fraa on request. Address Royal Baking Powder C om pany , Dept. H, lIS W illiam Street, New York*
That Hal Thompson has entered had a most enjoyable time.
O. A. C. and Maurice Selig has Miss Irene Dodd who has been
gone to the V’. of (».
her vacation at her
¿falls City? )otcl
That the High School can sing!? spending
Slip JFalla (Eity Nrut
S am p le R oom *
t A ccom m odatio ns
October 11, 1917
Kerrney, Neb. Tuesday. She is
O reos«. Freprlalar
The three upper classes of the City who is eligible to enter high
high school gave a reception to the
D. L. WOOD
The best show at the Gem tonight new teachers, new students and school should be here.
Entered as second-class mail at the postoffire
Gus Elle returneb from Port freshmen, on last Friday night. in this years senior class.
Ora Powell, and Miss Edith John Bohle’s Barber Shops
at Falls City, Polk County. Orvgoci, under the
About sixty were present. A bon That a course in typewriting son,
Act at Congress ot klar, h S. 1879
cousin, after visiting a
F a lla C ity , O ro s on
roasted potatoes, games, sand- has been added to our commercial week, a left
Telephone— * ch s Office.
Clothes cleaned and pressed. fire,
caa |«t a ih m . Nalr Cal. In k
witches, cake and chariot races work.
Subscription Rates: One year. 81.00; six months.
(.for freshmen only ) were feat That every nook and corner of ( a Red Cross nurse and expecting
10 cents; three months. 25 cents; single copy. 5 eta.
Hu nule* for**rtUd '.Irai*
Advertising Rates: Display, 15 cents an inch;
the basement has been painted. to be called at any time.
Business Notices, 5 cents a lin e ; For Sale. Her',, Salem Tues day and Wednesday.
That we are going to have a
Exchange. W ant and Pay E ntertainm ent No
N. Christy has opened up a
tice*. 5 cts. a line. Card of Thanks ft* cts ; Lega
Household furniture for sale. high school this week: Clarice grand harvesting time, digging real N. estate
tfotices, legal rates.
and picking beans.
See Clay Oxford.
G . L. H A W K I N S
North Main street and is bidding
Hunter and Elizabeth Wagner. spuds
Copy for new ads. andchr rises should be sent
M A R B L E A N D G R A N ITE
to The News not later t b \n Wednesday.
Lois Beard has been seriously humming away again.
Christy is an energetic young man
Official Newspaper 0f the City of Falla City day delayed traffic to Falls (_ ity ill this week. It will be some time
about five hours.
D allas, Orogan
before she will be strong enough
I ssued E very S aturday M orning
Use engraved calling cards and to return to school. We shall miss pleased
Tba ruadera of this paper will ha
to learn that there i> at leaat on«
stationery. -Call and see sample her.
dreaded dlacaae that science haa been deavoring to make “swaps” for
> UN KRAI. DIRECTOR
In all Ita stages. and that la the public.
Af The Churches
cards and get prices.
The Honor Guard girls will be positive euro now known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
Don’t forget to bring in news R . L . C H A P M A N
Rev. Long and Mr. and Mrs.
disease, requires a constitutional treat
H all's Catarrh Cure le taken In
F UNE RAL DIRECTOR
Miss Sammons of the ¡id grade; ment.
Keller were in Salem Monday.
ternally, acting directly upon the blood items, or drop them in our “news
and mucous surfaces of the system , there box” at the postoffice. We appre
Sunday School 10 a. in.
destroying the foundation of the dis
Wo a' toid to all work promptly.
Bread, C ak es, Cookies,Pies have each l>een absent from school by
ease. and giving the patient strength by ciate them.
Preaching service 11 a. m. and Fresh
O illn and Falla City, OF*.
bakery goods, every on account of illness.
nature In doing Its work The proprietor«
Extra copies of The New* are
have eo much faith In Ite curative Dow-
Song and praise service 7:30 day, at other
era that they offer One Hundred Dollar« printed each nock, und will I»-sent
rase that It fall« to cure. Send
followed by preaching at 8:00.,
The Home Economics Depart for any
list of testimonial*.
Address F J. CHENEY A CO , Toledo. Ohio. to any address desired, postpaid,
Mid-week prayer meeting 7:30 p.m Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ward and ment has started in to preserve for Bold
by all Druggists, T5c.
Everyone cordially invited to Rev. Long and wife were in Port the perishable foods for the use of Take Hall's Family pills for constipation. for 5 cents per copy.
J. O. M I C K A L S O N
land Tuesday and Wednesday. the soup kitchen and later in other
attend tly.se services.
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Edgar N. Long, Pastor. I I Don’t forget that raiucoat you wants of the department.
H U A I. I-S T A T E
Kalla City, Oregon.
The cold pack method has been
CHRISTIAN C H U R C H
used in canning both vegetables
Wm. Bohle can supply you.
Divine Services each Lord s Day Mrs. C. E. E. Adams of Stock- and fruits. In addition to this,
Bible School 10 a. m.
marmalades and preserves
ton, Calif, spent a few day 3 in jellies,
Divine worship 11 a. m.
Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. in. town this week.
home products have been used as
Evening Service 7:30 p. m.
FOR RENT—5-acre tract, all in much as possible. As soon as the
The public ¡3 invited to be with fruit, good 8-room house and out rainy wheather begins the depart
Local Agent: National Surety Co. of N. V.
buildings. Apply to Mrs. Mary ment will be ready to serve soup
us in these services.
to both the grades and high school
F. Claude Stephens, Minister. Miller, Falls City, Oregon.
and to sell the food prepared du
Dr. W. L. Holloway, Chiroprac- ring class periods. This money
M. E- C H U R C H
All property listed will be advertised in eleven states.
will make regular visits to will be used to buy other material
Sunday School 10:00
you have property you want to sell or exchange, or an
Falls City on Monday, Wednesday needed in the department.
Morning Worship 11.
empty house to rent, call and see me.
and Friday of each week. See Necessity has called for a new
Epworth League 6:30.
him at the Falls City Hotel.
Candida, Tobaccos mid Cigars, at
oil stove also some lockers which
N. Main Sfreef -
Falls City, Oregon
Evening Service 7:30
L B. WONDERLY’S
Bibe study and prayer meeeting bidder was awarded the contract ing department, and other im •b4-4H-»-I-t-HH -I4-I-l-H -f-b-H -bH-H -H '4-f-f-l -I-l-f-l-l l -l -H "H -H '-l-H -H-l~H-b
Friday 8, p. m.
You are most cordially invited to build the footbridge.
Tuesdays are going to be de
to attend these services.
The many friends of Thos. J. voted
Red Cross work. The S H O E S ! S H O E S ! ! S H O E S ! ! !
A. F. Hanson, Pastor. Bowman will be pleased to learn Eirls are to learning
to knit and as
that he has been promoted to a soon as they feel competent
We carry a full line of Men’s Shoes,
Sergeancy in the Aviation Corps. will knit articles for the soldiers.
Post Office Time Card
Dress Shoes, Work Shoes and the well
Black farm team for sale; wt They will also make comfort kits,
Office hours: Daily, except Sun about
Currin L o g g in g Shoes. . . .
the material for which will be
2,300. Fred W. Pieren,
day, 8 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.
Word Ranch. supplied by the W. C’ T. U. The
Give us a trial when buying your next
art department is willing to make
Mail arrives, from
shoes. Quality and Prices right at-—
the articles most needed by the
Salem 8.45 a.m.. 5:45 p.m.
Dallas, 8:45 A. M., 5:45 P. M. visiting with Mrs. Esther Mont soldiers.
TH E SHOE STORE
Portland via Gerlinger, train 102 gomery and other friends.
Headquarters for Candy and Cigar*
11:55 a. m.
HATH ERL Y CONFECTIONERY.
Dr. Lowe, the wellknown eye The following books and pamph
Black Rock, 1:30 P. M.
specialist of Portland, Will be in lets have been received by the
Mail closes for:
from the government. They
Salem, 8.50 A.M., 1 P.M. and 5:30 Dallas, at Hotel Gail Saturday school
S0UTHF.RN PACIFIC COMPANY
loaned to any one interest
October 20. Don’t fail to consult
WE SELL THE BEST.
Passenger Train Schedule
Dallas, 8:50 A. M. and5:30P. M. him about your eyes and glasses. Chas. D. Hazen, Columbia Univer
Effective July 16, 1917
Portland via Gerlinger train 102 WANTED —A good solicitor, sity. The Great War, Andrew
w 117*01 M> am.
1 p. m.
lady preferred. From three to C. McMaughlin, University of Chi
Salem . . . 7:05 9.85
Black Rock, 1 A. M.
five dollars a day guaranteed. cago. Nation in Arms, Franklin
Today, tomorrow, or next week you
Falls C ity . 8.45 11.30
Mail Order and Postal Savings C. F. Vick of Salem was in the K. Lane and N. D. Baker. The
will find the be^t that can be bought
city a short time Tuesday.
War Message and Facts Behind
at any time or any place.
window closes at 6 P. M.
President’s Message, April 2,
S unday O nly
Bl'k l o c h
Don’t forget that when we say It,
the War Came to
SHOES AND LOGGERS SUPPLIES
Falls City. 8.20 1.20
Office hours: 9:30 to 10:80 a.m: “Have it Made to Measure” we America, How
I Ialina . . . 10.00 1.46
Mail arrives from Salem, 9:00 mean you. We have the new Fall formation. National Service Hand
Prices as low as consistent with
Salem . . . 11.00 3.10 —8---- 7.20
C. bowaaa, Aaaitr
and Winter line of International book, A complete description of
Mail closes for Salem, 8:50 a.m.
composition of the army and
General Delivery Window Open P r ic e s from $19.00 to $45.00. We the
Correspondents wanted in ewry
service of the United States.
also have another line from $14.<5
From 9:30 to 10:30 A. M.
& LUMBER CO.
up also made to measure. See
Effective March 11, 1917.
That the Falls City School took
I ra C. M eh r lin g , Postmaster Bohle at the Pressing Parlor.