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PALLS CITY, OREGON, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 29. 1917
All night Jitney dance after the
N. Selig was in Portland this
I knowed a whole souled feller
minialrwl ahnw New Year’s eve.
oace, way back
C. Kirkpatrick, manager.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. Batourney and
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Driggs spent Mr. and Mrs. Gus Anderson spent from old men down to boys. One
reason that people liked him so,
show at tha Geuj tonight Christinas with their son at Gas Christmas out o# town.
(they all wus for him strong; was
Clothes cleaned and pressed.
Little Milton King one and one- 'cause he always greeted them
J. B. Flint from Long Beech, half years old, is now a member with, “ How you gettin’ ’long?’’
is here visiting his son, of the* Red Cross. Milton has Most fellers used to say, “ Good
N. N. Christy was in Portland
taken pennies from his past years day” or “ Howey do,” and “ Hello
for his membership.
there,” was sometimes used by
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Buell spent
"Cloi'd Miller was home on a fur
people passin’, too.
lough Chris nas.
There will be quarterly meeting them folks had lots of friends the
sendees held at the Free Metho fellow had a throng who greeted
Big Min*l»d Show at W agner's
church this week, beginning them just smiling like with “ How
‘Hull New Y ear’s eve.
Friday evening, Dec. 28, and last you gettin’ ’long?” It sort o’
Mr, and Mrs. John Walker spent
ing over Sunday.
Rev. J. A. shows an interest in the welfare
Christmas out of town.
Hopper will be with us and
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Powell preach. We are expecting to of a man. No greetin’ could you
Willis Montgomery came home
spent Christmas with relatives in have good services and you are ever find in story or in song that
to spend Christinas.
carries half the friendliness of
invited to attend.
Miss Mary Hammond went to
“ How you gettin’ ’long?” —Exch.
Edgar N. Long.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hughes and
•Attack Rock Friday.
children spent Christmas in Dallas
Several of the soldier boys came with Mr. Hughes' mother.
You are invited to come in and
A subscriber once received a
WHe to spend Christmas.
pay up your subscription. Eon’t dun through the postoffice and it
. . . .
Walter Nichols of Sheridan was put it off and then forget th at you made him mad. He went to see
S eethe coon* at the^irmistrel spending Christmas ¡with friends owe i t The high cost of every
the editor about it, and the editor
show New Y ear'sev eat Wagners in this city.
thing has hit the newspapers as showed him a few duns of his
. , •••*..
Elmer Sowers came up Monday well as other business institutions own—one for paper, one for type,
H. H. Lowe’s father and mother from Hoskins where he has been and they must collect their sub fuel and various other expenses.
from near Ashlang^ spent Christ at work during the past two scriptions. We are only asking “ Now,” said the editor, “ I didn’t
mas with him.
that which is due and th a t which get mad when these came because
honest man will pay.
I knew all I had to do was to ask
Rev. and Mrs. Edgar N. Long
Dance the Old Year out and
reliable gentlemen like
and son Gerald spent Christmas the New Year in. after the min-
in and help me out,
strri show at W agner’s Hall Dec.
NOTICE TO RED CROSS WORKERS and then I could settle all of them.
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies,Pies 31st.
All workers in the Red Cross Whe the subscriber saw how it
and other bakery goods, every
Fred Holman and wife of Dallas
are urged to be on hand next was he relented, paid up, and re
day, at the Falls City Bakery.
spent Christmas in this city.
week at the different auxiliaries, newed for another year.
Mrs. Jessie Moyer went to Port
MORAL:—Don’t wait to be
1 have a self-playing piano play as there is an urgent request for
land Friday to visit her mother
er, which cost $200 and $50 worth slings to be made and sent in at
who is quite ill.
of choice music for it, I will sell once.
Miss Alice Bedient who has mighty cheap or will take g o o d _______________
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local application«, aa th ey cannot
"been home on a visit for about a trade. This player can be attach-
reach the diseased portion of the car.
here is only one w ay to cure deafness,
month returned to Portland Wed ed to any piano and anyone can BLACK ROCK RED CROSS T and
th a t la by constitutional remedies.
eafness la caused by a n Inflamed condi
nesday to work where she has play the finest music. Call at my
tion of th e mucoua lining of the E usta- *
chlan Tube. W hen th is tube is Inflamed 1
The second call of the Red Cross you
Accepted a pyegtiyp as bathroom residence. J. 0. Mickalson,
have a rum bling sound or Imperfect
a n d w hen It la e n tirely closed
matron in the Portfa'nd Medical
Falls City, Oregon. members at Black Rock was made D eafness la th e result, a n d unless the In
m ation can be tak e n out and this
by Jessie Moyer Saturday Dec, flam
tube resto red to Its norm al condition,
earing will be destroyed forever: nine
22. She added 53 members to the h cases
o u t of te n a rc caused by C a ta rrh ,
w hich is nothing but a n Inflam ed condi
tion of th e m ucous surfaces.
One H u n d re d D o lla rs fo r a n , c u e o f
The people of Black Rock always P o W a fn e w e .s ill ■ s ca i ve u sed
b , c a ta r r h th a t c a n n o t be cu re d b f
B a ll's C a ta r r h C ure, good f o r c irc u la rs free.
show their colors in this great
r. J CHBNBY, A CO. Toledo. Ohio.
Bold by D ru g g ists, The.
work of patriotism. The ladies of T»Su
LUlli t auuly m is for couaUpaUec.
this city carry on the work of
making the different garm ent'
for the Red Cross through the
J o h n W esley ’s M o th er’s A dvice.
Falls City auxiliary. They have 7 John Wesley's mother once wrote to
him when he was In college: “Would
ladies that help do the work and you Judge of the lawfulness or the un
in four meetings they made 72 lawfulness of pleasure, take this rule:
pieces for this great and glorious •Whatever weakens your reason, im
pairs the tenderness of your conscience,
Mesdames Builis and obscures your se n se o f God or takes off
Price visit the Falls City auxiliary the relish of spiritual things, whatever
every Wednesday afternoon of Increases the authority of your body
over mind, that thing to you Is sin.’ ”
each week helping here and there. —Christian Science Monitor.
They carry material home to have
a meeting in their city on Friday
afternoon of each week. They
gave a caffeteria [supper at the
Parent-Teachers meeting, also a
dance of which they turned in
$61.25 for this Red Cross work in
to the Falls City auxiliary. If you
want to find people that are patri j?N 632 A-
otic in this work just come to ^CO
C ornucopia ,
T h e w e l l
List of new members who joined KERNEL
the second call of the Red Cross:
B lue b ir d
Mr. and Mrs. Price
brig ad e ,
c o r n et 1
of, the C orntassel co rner c u ib of
musicians ;AND CORNELL SCHOOL PROFESSOR
WA8 -WE FIRST
H s found rr c r o w ih s w * l it t l e
SPOT OF GREECE A HO ALSO NEAR LESOV
r o a s t t ,T u r k e y » h e brought s o m e
OVER n s THE U-S- AND IT w a s TRieo OUT
AT LON CHEON,NY-A n O FOUND Tb BE A
IS T he " o ld est " S r T he
ON the COB t e l l us that *
M ostly a l l c m il o r e n *
.LIKE PO P CORN« HE'S
Mrs. L Graves
THE'R g en era l fa v o rite
C. F. Hughes
EQUIPPED AND PREPARED TO HANDLE
IS A REO ____ I
IS PARTLY covered
W ith smau . riATHtRt,
WHICH MAKE* IT VERY I
U Q M T CA TIH Ô A N D
Joe Gasnen, Mr. McKern, Miss EAS Y FO R OiGtSTiONa
Geneva Sayre, Bessie Scott, J. H.
INCLUDING THOSE THAT COME UNDER
Vinson, Geo. Balderree, Charles
m e « H is t o r y t i l l s us
B. Thornton, Carl Louden, Pat
THAT JOSEPH «HO HIS BRITHRIN
OF E G Y P T IA N CORN, ANO SAIO
Weadick, Paul Jakey, E. Ritan,
- — AT w •»
Pet Peshall, Peter Burnetta. W.
E. Elkins, Ben Short; Ray, Mabel
Rooms $2 lo |3.50 per day, Including
and Irvin Baker; Lida. Valmore,
general nursing and board.
Winnard and John Builis; Clifford
lì? m Ì kii Ì« FIFES* IT 'S
llv a p i p * TO m a k e
McGovern, Jessie Moyer, Jake ___
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Dr. C. E. Prime, Mgr.
Mrs. R. M. Massie, Matron
Beer, W. E. Elkins.
TO MY FRIENDS:
A Happy and Prosperous
Portland hard wheat flour
Vim, hard w heat flour
D rifted Snow, hard wheat flour
I Monday Night, Dec. 31st.
Conserve Flour and your Pocket Book
by trading with us
SELIG’S, Cash Price Store,
“ Meeting and Beating Competition".
YO U S T A R T A T Z E R O
We all sta rt out in life from Zero mark. It is uphill all
the way. The higher we go the more we are looked
up to. The man who attains success must take him
self seriously, look to his own interests and conserve
his strength, wealth and ability. Many people are
depositing their money with this bank, paying by
check, and furthering their own interests, thereby
raising their marks high above zero on the gauge of life
B A N K O F F A L L S C IT Y .
Cost Is Little More
to go East through
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