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The United States Government Food
“Baking Powder Breads of corn and
other coarse flours are recommended”
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Mrs. Cflllier and son of Portland
are spending a few days ut the
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bullis.
Mr. Oliver Baker made a busi
ness trip to Falls City on Tuesday.
H id . e. X1. m o o WRH It ClttlCT ttt
Fall* City Wednesday.
K A R S T ’S
A f Th« Church«*
ONE OF THE THREE
TWO YEARS *2.00
Stvnnny wnoot to n. ttt.
Subscriptions taken for all other
Preaching service 11 a. m.
Song and prafse service 7:»»
Dr. Trime of Fulls City made u
followed by preaching at 8:00. Thompson’s Drug S to r«»
A BSO LUTELY PU R E
professional call in our city on
prayer tneeting7:30 p.m
M akes delicious m uffins, cak es and coarse flow* breads
Everyone cordially invit|d to
Mrs. Wm. Hawk is in Falls City attend these services.
CORN MEAL MUFFINS
p ro fc o o lc m a l ( U r b e
*4 c ap m
Edgar N. Long. Pastor.
4 local taatpeaaa Boyal akin« loader
l v , cap* l o a r
Mr. and Mrs. McGovern and son
H ta a ip c o o tal*
li, cupa milk aad «atar
4 l . r . l taaapoaat B ot .I B a ilo * Vowdar
>, cup to*ar or rora ayrap
Clifford were seen on our streets
t takltapoca» ta * a r
1 cap chopped oala (act too tool or 1 oap
1 cap m ili
raltlnt, waahod and floured
F. M. HELLW ARTII
t tablatpooai tio rta a lo *
Vlx tacetkar flour, baktsf powder and aalt; add milk
Divine Services each Lord's Day
and water. tu*ar or corn ayrap and nutmeati or
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON *
Roy McDonald, the insurance
MI» tkcToofbly drv la v ra d lta H : t d i m ili and ratita *
raltlnt. But Into fronted loaf pan. allow to tun*
Bible School 10 a. m.
th a rta a la * and t a a t tPtll. B akt tn g raatcd m i l i
SO minutoo In warm place. Bako la moJarato oroa
one door east of P. O.
t l s t la k a t oran about M ralo a te a
00 to *4 minutes.
Divine worship 11 a. id .
Phon.- ana FalU ««F.
Arthur Bullis of Company L Christian Endeavor 0:30 p. m.
Our rod, w h ite a n d blue b o o k le t, “ B arf » 'o r T im a R e c ip e ” co n ta in in g a d d itio n a ltlm ila r recipe*. tend
A«« oft r a f u t r l . A d dr era R o ya l B aiting Poteder C o m p a n y, D ep t. H, 13S W illiam S tr a ti, N ew York
F.vening Service 7:30 p. m.
spent the week-end at home with
The public is invited to ht> with
in these services.
Miss Emma Skelton and Mr.
F. Claude Stephens, Minister.
BEEF BY THE Q U A RTER- Leon Elders of Dallas were guests
of Mr. snd Mrs. Geo. Brown last
anti other bakery goods, every at 10 to 13 cents a pound, cash.
M. I- CHURCH
Falls City Meat Market.
day, at the Falls City Bakery.
Sunday School 10:00
W A N TED -A good solicitor,
Mrs. Sam Stevens made a busi
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Adams and
S a m p le RBBIft*
Have you reserved,ypur lyceum
Morning Worship 11.
ness trip to Falls City Tuesday.
lady preferred. From three to
ticket? - Ask Thompson family and Miss Nellie Dempsey
E(.worth league 6:30.
five dollars a day gflSVarrt««i:j^Ui^ e
f . O reao s. P re p rla ta r
of Perrydaie visited with Mr. and
Miss Geneva Sayjv, Paul Sayre
Mrs. Aurland last Saturday ant^ and Ruth Sayre were guests of
Bibe study und prayer meeeting
Mrs. A.M. Vassall was in Salem Sunday.
haiil K h fliiore
Mrs. Anna Buell on Sunday afte r
Friday 8, p. m.
FOR RENT—5-acre tract, all in Tuesday.
noon and night
You are most cordially invited
Bohle’s Barber Shops1
fruit, good 8-room house and out
Fritz Droege is attending court
*10 0 R e w a rd , *10 0
Mr. Fred Mulkey’s family moved to attend these services.
F «lle C ity, O r« * « «
buildings. Apply to Mrs. Mary as a witness, this week in Port Tha r*»d«r. of thle paper will Pa
please ) to learn (hut there la ut leaat one to our city on Monday.
Miller. Falls City, Oregon.
tea fri a Ikatt. Bair
dreaded disease th»*
able lo cure In all Ita a(a*ea. and that la
Catarrh. Hall * Catarrh Cura Ia the only
Altai l.r Ballai '.trara U ..4 r^ >
cure now known lo the medical
We will soon be able to cross positive
Hu na loa I oi « ei 4 b 4 lutudaf •vent»« T
FOR S A L E -A No. 2 Sharpies
IruternJty. Catarrh beln* a conatltutiona! / + + + 1 1 I I I H i m M-> t H-++-
disease requires a conatltuUonal traal-
Cream Separator. Address Box the Luckiamute to the postoffice tnent HalPa Catarrh Cur» la taken In
ternally. aetln* directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of tha system there-
139, Falls City, Ore.
destroyln* the foundation of tha dis
on the bridge is progressing very by
ease and giving tha patient atrenitth by
C. J . BRUCE, Proprietor.
FOR SALE—Seven acres, un nicely.
nature In doing Its work. The proprietor*
G . L. H A W K IN S
I have' V> "much” faith In It* curative oo art
improved, at the foot of Parry S t
M A N D I E A N O « W A t t -r f *
Special mention should be made « «*•* g * t'^ tr H °^u utudcur.D s*
Terms. Make best offer. R. H.
M O N UM EN TS
of the $15.00 given by the Falls
j ' chb ?P ev % co . Toieao. otia
Clark, 225 East 55th St. N. Port City Dramatic Club to the L ibrary,
D a ll« « , Oregon
Board. Much credit is due Mr. , . —----
Fresh Beef, Pork, Fish, Poultry Etc.
» t ’ NKHAI DIRECTOIV
Use engraved calling cards apd
The family of C. J. Bruce cam e(
stationery. Call and see Sample
Will bay your lo o m , Vtals, Nogs and ChloktnV.
R. L. C H A R M A N
The Science girls have looked up j ■
Wednesday from Monmouth to
cards and get prices.
CALL AND GIVE US A TRIAL.
WE WILL PLEASE YOU.
make their home in this city. Mr the word “economize” in the dic-
-w- FOR SALE—Restaurant. Good Bruce recently purchased the
Wo attsnd lo >11 work prom#tly.
meaning into practice.
proposition for live man or woman. meat market.
F A L L S C IT Y M E A T M A R K E T
Dalla* and falto City, Or*.
Cheap if sold before 1st of month.
I 4 1 I I I H > I H m 4 t !H W » H W | . H f m » H 4 l I H I I I I 1 I H
Mrs. T. Harris has been quite The 7ht and 8th Qradas News Items
ill this week.
HKAI t STATE
The constitutional committee
■H - l - l - H - H - H - M - t-H ! H -++-H - H H--K-H - H -4-H
■ » + + I-I- 11 ! 1 H - H - H - H -
Ed Wright of Norton returned met Wednesday to revise some
J. O . M IO K A L S Q N
from Camas on Sunday evening. clauses in the constitution and a
Mrs. W right and children are vis meeting of the Student Body offi
. 1 .STA TT'jj
iting her sister at Caroa3 ,this cers was held.
Kul In City, Oregon.
The beat show at the Gem tonight
Mrs. W. T. Grier and son, Lor- elect their class officers. The fol
spent Thursday with friends lowing people were elected:
Clothes cleaned and pressed.
BpWe. ID Falls City.
If you want to Buy, Sell, Exchange or Rent Property
Vice-Pres. —Albert Bair
Mrs. White and Mrs. Ship of
Come and see me. I respectfully solicit your business.
Newly furnished rooms to rent.
Salem spent Thursday and Fri Sec-T reas. — Reba 'Powers.
Close to mill. M. R- Matthews.
I NS URE TH AT HO US E OR AUT O N O W
day a t Mrs. Frank Whites’.
The 8th grade met Friday to o r- j
Don’t bother your friends to become Personal Surety for
S. C. Cleveland made a business
ganize the class. The following
when the largest Bonding Company in the U. S. will
trip to Dallas last Saturday.
shipping clerk at the S. P. depot people are presiding as officers:
be glad to do so.
N. N. Christy has accepted the has gone to Brooklyn, Ore. to work
local agency for the H artford Live in the shops. Dale Bell has taken
N. Main Street
Falls City, Oregon
Stock Inaurance. This is a branch his place at the depot and Floyd
Sec-Treas. —Ralph Lunde
‘r + + + + + + + + + -H -H “H -+ + + + + + -H ^ H ' •M -H -M -l—M -
of the H artford Life Insurance F.llia has taken Dales place at the
Candi'-a, Tobacco* and Cigar», at
Richard Van Den Bosch, Ila !
L B. WONDERLY’S
Buell and Elsie Jones were absent
S H O E S ! S H O E S II
S H O E S Itt
falle (lit YlMjtcl
M EA T M A R K ET
N. N. CHRISTY
Insurance in All Lines
I0®cötf aoaíKfep t o r a
¿ ? § 8 ® f t í S a d S ' V
Vernon Murphy, Chris Horn,
George Wagner and Mr. Treat
visited school this week.
W i6o travel
in g , attending
a Theatre or
don't forget to have
A farewell party was given to
Charles Parsons as he is going to
join the navy.
• A n ti •
P IL L S
with you. They are in
valuable for Headache
and all other Pains.
IB Do«.*, 23 Cants.
i r A I M T B O X 1 8 NOT s a t i s
, YOUN M ONEY W IL L
BE REFUN DED.
We carry a full line of Men’s Shoes,
Dress Shoes, Work Shoes and the well
known Currin Logging Shoes. . , .
Give us a trial when buying your next
shoes. Quality and Prices right at-—
THE SHOE STORE
The 7th and 8th grade room A
has been made quite attractive
by the addition of a border of
many famous pictures and a num
ber of pretty plants.
D R . M IL E S '
P A IN
Gladys Paul was absent several
days last week on account of ill-,
Harold Atwood was absent
BR IN G D E S I R E D R E L I E F .
•1 h a v . Ufa* D r. Mil»*' A n tl-P a ln
P ill* for c o m . tim e a n d And th e m
a n In v a lu a b le re m e d y fo r heada'-h«.
I h a v e alw a y a t a k e n g r e a t p le a s u re
In re e o m m e n d ln * th e m to m y
friend*, b e ln * confident t h a t th e y
w ill b r in g th e d e s ire d relief. I cm
n e v e r w ith o u t th e m a n d u se th e m
f o r a ll a tta c k « o f p a in , k n ow ing
t h a t th e y w ill n o t d isa p p o in t m e.”
M R S. W . H . B E N S O N ,
W e s t H av en , Conn.
The honor guard girls were ask
ing the government to take the
census of Falls City. The popula
tion is estimated to be about 900.
The honor guard girls held their
first meeting and planned their
work for the coming year. They
decided to give a play, taking the
proceeds which will be used for
ChriiLnas boxes to send to the
boys th at have gone to war.
Headquarter* for Candy and Cigarf
WE HANDLE THE
Ed. V. Price & Co’s
Call and Examine Samples
FALLS CITY LUMBER & LOGGING CO.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
Paaacnjft r Train Schedule
Effective July 16, 1917
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