Falls City news. (Falls City, Or.) 190?-19??, October 20, 1917, Page PAGE 4, Image 4

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tte««. 5 et», a lina. Card of T hanks SO eta ; Lega
Rotte*» legal raws.
C opy fo r ttaw ada andchangaaahonld ba aent
to Tha Natra not later than Wedneaday.
Official * te a paper af tha City at Falla C lti
I ssued E very S aturday M orning
SPECIAL O F F E R
ROOD UNTIL NOV. I Oth ONLY
Cosmopolitan,
H EA R S T’ S
GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
A N Y ONE OF THE THREE
TW O YE A R S $2.00
SCHOOL NOTES
profceelonal aiuto
F A L L S CITY MEAT MARKET
The Honor Guard girls held a
meeting on Wednesday evening.!..
I)M8 MW M irin g great rplans for "
Thu best show at the Item tonight the future.
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• t r a il« OMr. P o l» Coastj. Oreaoa. i i l w
A ct at O a a ir m of March «. 1ST».
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SATU RD AY. i>n'u|i|,p <jn jin ;
FMY 1 IC U N
C. J . BRUCE, Proprietor,
Assembly was held last Friday ;;
Clothes cleaned and pressed.
Win Dohh. morning. Songs were sung. iThe ;;
first grade r recited one o f the ;;
Miss Mary Hammond went to
poems they have learned this year i; |
Silverton Tuesday.
Teachersjtraining class begun
Chris Hansen is back at the observation work Monday.
mill company office.
The boys have a new foot ball. |«>
Lester Gardner is home on a
Doris Marford visited school on
furlough for a few days.
Monday and Tuesday.
FOR S A L E -S ix weeks old pigs.
Orchestra held their first meet-
See Wm. H. Murray.
i iug Tuesday evening.
....U N D E R NEW M A N A G E M E N T ....
F. M. HELL WARTH
p h y s ic ia n and burolon
Olile« mu, JiKir (>aat ol P. O.
<>(Bra an<1
Falla car.
Maatilrm« I H O O I 3 B a
O r a fa »
Freeh Beef, Perk, Fish, Poultry, Etc.
Will buy your Btovot, Veal*, Hog* and Chlobon*.
CALL AND DIVE US A TRIAL.
Many r. i rvi nc
PIANIST TKACIlKit
WE WILL PLEASE YOU.
FALLS C ITY M E A T M A R K E T
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Don’t forget the Library Bene­ Highest Ambition of tho Senior Claes
fit at W agner’s Hall tonight.
The highest ambition of Eldon
Wheat for sale $2.00 per bushel. Frink is to change the color of
pickles.
W. T. Foster, Phone 52 Blue.
The highest ambition o f Evelyn
Mrs. Z. Batournev was down
Johnson
is to be the most popular |
from Powell’s Camp Tuesday.
girl in the United States.
W A N T E D — Good tenant
for
The highest ambition of Treval
farm property. A little money
Powers is to be the greatest violin­
will take this good property.
ist that Black Rock has ever pro- ;;
Phone 77.
dueed.
Gordon Treat looked in Wednes­
The highest ambition o f Velma
day nigh to see that every thing Goodspeed is to be a snake charm­
was going.
er.
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N. N. CHRISTY
Real Estate
Fire—Insurance—Life
local Agent:
»
HOTEL
jf a l l e d i t y l b o t e l
S im p la R o o m »
Baal A c c o m m e S a tle n »
F. O r o . y a
National Surety Co. of N. Y .
C A P IT A L
$9,000,000
All property listed will be advertised in eleven states.
I f you have property you want to sell or exchange, or an
empty house to rent, call and see me.
Mr. and Mrs. Crook o f Dallas
The highest ambition o f Esther +
Subscriptions taken for all other
visited
with
Thede
Harris
and
Cleveland
is .to live by herself ;
N. Main Street
-
-
Falls City, Oregon f
mafiazines, at
family last Sunday.
away out on a desert, and have a j ;;
- I - M - H - l 4 - H - t - H - l - H - H - 4H ” f - H - H - l - H - H " H -
parrot that swears and a monkey
Thompson’s Drug Store
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies.Pies
that chews tobacco.
and other bakery goods, every
The greatest ambition of Lurena
day, at the Falls City Bakery.
A i The Churches
Treat is to be a Parson's wife.
Clay Oxford, who has been the
The highest ambition o f Mar­
W e carry a full lino o f Men’s Shoes,
manager of the Dallas Meat Mar-
Free Methodist
ket expects to leave for Portland fPJrete Dorman is to have a law
Dress Shoes, Work Shoes and the well
passed that there be no more
Sunday School 10 a. m.
soon.
known Currin Lagging Shoes. . . .
front gates.
Preaching service 11 a. m.
Louis Van Orman, manager of
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....
.
Give us a trial when buying your next
Mabel
Song and praise service 7:30
the Seeley Surety Company of The high*.! a m b to r .o f
shoes. Quality and Prices right at-—
very ;
followed by preaching at 8:00. Portland was in the city Thursday
uneru o m a e
s
Mid-week prayer meeting 7:30 p.m
short visit to the King of Germany
Everyone cordially invited to
Several o f the High School
The highest ambition of Margret
attend these services.
pupils are assisting the Library
I Crocker is to take a trip to the
Edgar N. Long, Pastor. Committee selling tickets to the!
moon.
Benefit
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Hews Items of 7th and 8th Qrades
Jody Rhodes was visiting old
Divine Serv ices each Lord's Day friends in town the forepart of
Within the last two weeks, two
Bible School 10 a. m.
I
new
pupils have been added to
the week. He has returned to
'— S '
Divine worship 11 a. m.
the enrollment of the Junior High
Vancouver.
Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m.
School, now numbering forty-three
WE IfANDLE THE
FOR R E N T —5-acre tract all in
^
Wj|helm returncd to Khoo, '
Evening Service 7:30 p. m.
after M v e „| day3 ab.
The public is invited to be with fruit. g°od 8-room house and out M<md
buildings.
Apply
to
Mrs.
Mary
>
us in these services.
F. Claude Stephens, Minister. Miller, Falls City, Oregon.
! The window boxes have been j
The big log pile at the mill filled with dirt and any flower
M . E- C H UR C H
caught fire from the burner Tues-' slips which might he donated will ;
Call and Examine Samples
Sunday School 10:00
day causing considerable activity j certainly b« appreciated. Potted
Morning Worship 11.
fo r a short time.
plants also would be very welcome
and Prices
a
I
Epworth League 6:30.
C. J. Bruce has purchased the
The last period of last Friday ;
Evening Service 7:30
Dallas Meat Market. Hereafter afternoon was devoted to the or-
Bibe study and prayer meeeting
it will be known as the Falls City ganization o f a Student Body in
Friday 8, p. m.
Market. Sounds more like a home ; the Junior High School. The fol-
You are most cordially invited
institution.
lowing officere were elected:
to attend these services.
President, —Edwin Horn
Dr. W. L. Holloway, Chiroprac-
A. F. Hanson, Pastor.
V ice-Pres. — Helen Selig
ter, will make regular visits to
Sec-Treas. —Bernice Dodd
Falls City on Monday. Wednesday
Editor of N ew s—
Post Office Time
and Friday o f each week. See
Florence McDonald.
him at the Falls City Hotel.
Office hours: Daily, except Sun­
The Constitution o f the Junior
W A N T E D —A good solicitor,
day, 8 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.
High
School will be ready for'
lady preferred.
From three to
Mail arrrvMt irow
guaranteed,
adoption
Friday afternoon.
five dollars a day
Salem 8.45 a.m., 5:45 p.m.
Phone 77.
The 7th and 8th grades plan to
Dallas, 8:45 A. I f , S:46 P. M.
elect their class officers soon.
Clarence Powell, Logging Supt.
Portland via Gerlinger, train 102
11:55 a. m.
o f the F. C. company has put on ! Last Friday night the 8th grade
Black Rock, 1:30 P M.
another side in the woods.
In had a Weiner worst Roast at the;
consequence there wffl now be Park. Many delightful and inter­
Mail closes for:
esting games were played. Much f
Salem, 8.50 A M., 1 P.M. and 5:30 more Lgs to deck, and in all prob­
ability sufficient logs will be deck­ fun was had by weenies on point­
P. M.
ed sticks, after which they helped j
Dallas, 8:50 A. M. aud5:30P. M. ed to keep the mill running all themselves to sandwitches, pickles
Portland via Gerlinger train 102 through bad weather.
apples and oranges. A good time
Joe Floria was in town Wednes­
1 p. m.
was enjoyed by all and a number
day anb speaking o f hi3 potato more good times are planned to
Black Rock, 1 A. M.
crop, says it is much better than
follow during the year.
Mail Order and Postal Savings
y
he expected. He has early ones
window closes at 6 P. M.
D
r
.
M
ile
s
*
BADLY RUN DOWN.
that are as large as his fist, and
S u n d ay O n ly
" I had baaoma * r * »U r oun dowr>
BIRTHDAY PARTY
since the late rains have grown
and my narvaa war« In tatnbla
condition.
I had fraquent head­
Office hours: 9:30 to 10:80 a.m: other potatoes larger than the
ache« and became very weak and
A surprise party was given
Mail arrive* from Salem, 9:00 first. Reports from other states
w.aa unable to do anythin*
I
is Highly Recommended bought a bottle of Dr Mllea' N erv­
Miss Velma Goodspeed in honor of
a. m.
ine
I
soon
beean
to
feal
batter,
indicate that there will be no her eighteenth birthday, Thurs­
my nerves were quieted
I ra-
in Such Case«.
Mail closes for Salem, 8:50 a.m. scarcity and probably there will
covered my atren*tfc, and have «Inca
day night at the home of Mr3.
recommended Dr. Mila* Nervlns
General Delivery Window Open be no potatoless days declared.
to man- of my friends who have
IF FIRST BOTTLE F A I L * TO
Emma Hinshaw.
used It with aatl«factory resulU."
From 9:30 to 10:30 A. M.
k
BENEFIT, YOUR MONEY W I L L
MRS tR A N C B * W H ITLO CK.
A delightful evening was spent
17 » Broadway. Schanectady, N. T.
BE REFUNDED.
Effective March 11, 1917.
MARRIED
with her many friends who had
I ra C. M ehrlino , Postmaster
gathered
to do homage, breathing
Joseph S. Phillips and Miss
a
wish
that
fleeting years deal
Helen J. Lee were united in mar-
‘»ill i° on*
kindly
with
her
yielding happiness
-ja* eqi qRM. saaqiSnaj) qqq.u 'Soi riage Wednesday.
Rev. Long
Wednesday, Dick Paul had the
The old mill building on the
>n 3 A 3 » q j jo 4 Aop*qs » q i *1 cliqspaaiij
when
the
sun
shall
cast its shad­
misfortune
to fall and fracture an
officiated.
Montgomery property in the west
•saouRApR 2»p aqj *» sessajjap qoiqji
ows toward the east.
ankle.
He
was doing some paint­
‘iniujçtn aqr jo Jkopnqs eqi «I » aot
part of town was destroyed by
Those present were;
■ dmepueiJj pue #Aoq
ing
for
the
Valley
& Siletz Ry Co.
fire last Sunday night. The build­
FOR SALE
John Syjolio, Eldon Frink, Lester
ing was empty and issolated from
Mr.Bancroft, the successful bid-
•jnenoSay— aoisj
A t the A. B. Allen ranch, one Forkner, Harold Frink, Claude any other buildings.
pjSMOH trqof 'rasodtnoa eqi Jo u*aq
ber on the footbridge cotract has
-jaaais aqj ssaj aqg »O ‘suaqjv JR nap Cottage wood heater $6.50; one Graham. Ervert Estell, Red Smith
Mr. L. C. Kramer of Los Angel­ been (? ) patiently waiting for the
-j»H .Cu*H «»IH J°
•! 8ABj8 aqx cupboard $5.00; one ingrain wool­ G ara Sampson, Margret Dorman,
es
was a visitor in the city this City to furnish material. So far
,,-jgaj jo napjnS.. tuaqjnos »IJ1[[ R oi en rug 9x12 $6.00: one Tapestry Treval Powers,
Sybel Wilson,
« arj S » ui papnq aq oj PJR* *1 „'»n og
week.
Mr. Kramer is contem­ he has been able to keep the
Brussels rug 9 x!12 $6.00. Phone Win Brown, Esther Cleveland.
atnoH.. jo jdpiasnqRin oqx
plating locating in FaUs City.
underbrush cut.
•Suo, • je qm<»X
Grace Hastings, Velma Goodspeed
342. Falls City.
SHOES! SHOES!! SHOES!!!
THE SHOE STORE
Unito
uöi i i cöd
Praorla aor
Il V Kl. » I I » H o r n
Bohle’s Barber Shops
Y e ll» Clljr, O r«| ta
Rkm )M can ,ci a M m . Hair CM. Balk
ar 'iklnc
Aient fac Dallai Hearn UiiSry
H 't IMI I r « | n r w « r i l « ( l
1 u r e a l«) « Y v n l n f
monumkntb
G . L. H A W K I N S
MARBIC
a n d
GRANITE
M ONUM ENTS
D allas, Oragon
F l ’ NKHAI. U I H K lT IlN
R.
L.
C H A P M A N
FU N ER AL
DIRECTOR
Wo altond lo all work promptly.
Olila» and Falla City. Ore.
I I KA i
J. O .
k»TATK
M IC K A L S O N
H a l a r in
It I ..\ I . I . S T A T E
l u l l « t'lly , Oragon.'
Ed. V. Price 4 Co’ s
Clothing
a :
FALLS CITY LUM BER 4 LOGGING CO.
Ceotlia», Tobeccn« nnd-CigAtA» *1
L B. W O N D E R LY ’ S
Card
Every Housewife or
Mother is ever under
that Nervous Strain
which so often results
in Headaches, Dizzy
Sensations, Faintness,
Depression and other
Nervous Disorders.
NERVINE
I
llra< l'| untt t' M for C a i x l y a n d G
ram
WEATHERLY CONFECTIONERY.
SOUTHF.RN PACIFIC C O M P A N Y
raüsenger Train Schedule
Effective July 15, 1917
w Kataot'SD
S a le m . . .
D a lla s . . .
Fa lla C ity .
R l’kR o ck
B l’k Rock
Fa lls C it y .
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9 .3 6
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8 .15
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pm.
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5 .1 5
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6.50
fi. 25
7 20
powxaa. AatNT
C o r r e s p o i ' d e u t « wanted in every
neighborhood In this »oction ol tn*
country.
Don’t forget to bring in news
items, or drop them in our "news
box" at the postofflee. W e appre­
ciate them.
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to any address desired,| postpaid,
5 cents