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FALLS CITY NEWS
KALLS CITY, OREGON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1918
U- G. Holt mude the rounds to pointed to select the best repre
Spauldings’ camps last week in sented characters and award the
Someone itighning an “ A Tux- the interest of the Company.
prizes:- Mr. Ritan, Mr. Phelps
payer” want« to know if it would
Mabel Murphy returned to
and Miss Sayre. Mrs. Dimmick
The telephone service in the and Mr. Hagador received the school Monday after being out a
not be well for the truateea of the
M. E. Church to put u handrail on vicinity of black Rock has been award. Mr. Phelps presented the week with the chickenpox.
one aide of the ate pa at the church poor for the past week, due to the prizes.
Vernon Estelle quit school last
before aomcone falla and ia killed heavy snow. Subscribers are
Mabel Otte started to
or badly injuerd. Alao. why a anxious for good service again.
HUSBAND W ANTED t
full account of the proceeding« of
Mr. Day was a Falls City visitor
every meeting of the City Council Sundav
Young lady very handsome,
Why the smiles on the faces of
W '^Lpuhliuhed in the Newa,
possessed of considerable wealth, the senior English class? Because
Mrs. Emil Keeny and daughter desires to form the acquaintance they have just finished “ Carlysles
* '^TyMrat question will be re-
f/To the truateea. It will be are visiting at the home of Mr. of a gentleman with view to mat
Essay on Burns.”
neeoaaary, in order to unawer the Will Hawk.
rimony. Gentleman must be of
HtH-ond question, to relate a little
Why is George Wagner like a
Mr. Hughes was a visitor in refined taste and sensible enough
“ ancient history.” Once ujion u
Because he deals in
to have his clothes made to order
Falla City on Monday.
time, some of the taxpayers l>egun
by A. B. Stahl, the Tailor. Next notes.
Mrs. Phil McGovern and son door to the Bakery.
wonder whor II the tax money
Why did the teachers' training
waa going. The more they wond Clifford were week-end visitors in
class look so crestfallen when they
ered, the more wonder. So that Portland.
thia wonder might be no longer a
W. B. Stevens of Portland was entered the study room Wednes
Mrs. B. Bly made a business
day morning? Because Profesor
wonder, a Resolution waa passed trip to Falla City on Friday.
in tow n Friday.
Ix>we had lost his (?) and could
by the council thut the umount,
Mr. aiid Mrs. Geo. Brown and
Mrs. T. Harris went to Dallas not find i t
whya and wherefores of all funds
hereafter disbursed by the council daughter spent last week in Port Friday afternoon.
Ijjat Friday afternoon the "Al
must be published in tho Newa. land.
side of the literary society
Miss Opal Wallace w'as a caller
This ap|>eured to be a tolerant
specific for the wonderera, and in Fells City on Friday.
the years s|>ed on. (ouncilmen
Grace Hastings and
Rex Holt went to Salem on
came and councilmen went. At Wednesday.
Albert M. Coxe of Butte, Mon
lust u council was elected on econ
tana was in town Thursday and
Oliver Baker was a Falls City Friday. Mr. Coxe notes a decided Recitation - Jennet Brown
omy platform. After they were
Piano Solo - Harold Wagner
installed and had “ kissed the city visitor Monday.
improvement in business condi
ordinance book” each vied with
Miss Cecil Marts w'ent to Port tions since his visit here in July Recitation - Marguerite
the other in hunting leaks. The land on Tuesday.
1916. He says that the labor Solo - Esther Cleveland
first wasteful extravagance found
John Charles spent the forepart conditions at’.Butte are greatly im Recitation - George Paul
was a bill for 90cts for publishing of the week visiting in Falls City. proved.
Solo • Lavita Howell
the monthly expenditures of the
Mrs. Effie Miller of Stay ton
The head was knocked out of The former Student Body presi
Here was the golden
of the engines at the mill dent, Treval Powers, gave bis
opportunity for reducing expen
The piston farewell address and Eugene
ses, and it was promptly cut out.
damage. Starr, the new president, got
"If the people want to know' what
There is a man in our city that
wire stage fright and did not give his :
their money is spent for let them can wash as good as any woman.
examine the books,” was said. He hung his clothes out Tuesday
One cold day about a week ago
This bill often run as high as $1.20 and they were as clean and white
|ier month. Since this act of as you make them. I think this one engine, running the plainer to the photographer came to the
press censorship, only occasional party should have a great deal of keep things moving. It will prob school and took a picture of all
reports have been published.
praise for the noble work he did. ably be ten days before the dam^ the grades. Here and there one
age can be repaired and it is to
Ray Baker went to Falls City be hoped by that time the snow could see a vain boy combing his
few stray locks, a nd some beauti
will be gone and logging again in ful girl powdering her nose.
B U C K ROCK ITEMS
Mr. Ornish and son Charles full blast.
Everything went nicely until the
Day’s Camp has been unable to were Salem visitors Monday.
sophomore class broke the camera.
operate for several days because
Joe Garven and Miss Francis
L. G. Bulgin has been inter
of deep snow.
Hawk were married at Dallas on viewing the farmers and fruit
All Ftoid the Flap.
growers in this section in regard Ju t tic# Pendleton of the New York i
Patriotism still prevails at Black Thursday,
court was examining appli
Rock, Another member has been
Mabel Baker went to Lafayette sale of fruit and increasing the supreme
cant« for cltlxeualilp recently when a
added to the lied Cross; Miss SaiMr day and returned Monday. production. Mr. Bulgin reports band In the park began playing “Tbe
that he is meeting with much Star Spangled Banner.** It waa writ- 1
Roberts of the Day household.
Mcrrell Tillotson of Portland encouragement The inability to ten by Krancla Scott Key, Justice Pen
L. Nixon took a vacation, visit was visiting his parents in this market their crop has been the dleton’s grandfather. Tbe Justice turn
ed hla head toward tbe window, and
ing Falls City, Salem and Portland city Saturday and Sunday.
great hinderance and caused this the hubbub in the court ceased. Thcu
The masquerade ball given at most profitable industry to be the Justice roee to hla feet, and the
during the shut down.
who were seeking the right to
the Willamette Valley commissary neglected. It is the desire of men
take tha flag as their own rose with
Fred Chapin returned to Holts’ Saturday night was a success in
this company to sign up for at him. Everybody faced tbe flag that
Camp Wednesday after a trip to every way. The music was fine.
least 1000 acres. Anyone want was draped on the courtroom walL
Not a eoul moved until the music
The following judges were ap ing to sign up or desires to know ceased.
Then the Justice bowed and
more of the project should call resumed hla aeat, and the work of
on.C.J.Pugh who will be pleased making cltlsens went on again.
to go into details.
Made a Look For tho Key.
An old and curious key and lock are
attached to the door of Temple church
w e a r a n ---------
WAR STAMP DRIVE
In Fleet street, Ixjodon. The key weighs
T H E WHY
Try ONE this Spring and
enjoy its superior smartness
and its greater economy.
Hundreds of beautiful Fab
rics to choose from - all rich
in quality - variety in price
$20.00 to $50.00
Weekly Report For Polk County
Total am’t to be raised $321,160.00
Stamps sold to date
Balance to be sold
Stamps Sold for week ending Feb.
with a wide range at
NO TIC E TO THE PU B LIC
Notice is hereby given that
after this date, I will not be re
sponsible for and debts contracted
by any other person than my self.
Dated this 15th day of Feb., 1918.
A. E. Seymour.
EARLY IN DECEMBER WE PURCHASED
BUSTER BROWN HOSIERY M ILLS
One Case of Hosiery
Since we bought, hosiery has materially advanced
in price and you will indeed save by taking advant
age of prices placed on this lot
This hosiery is what is termed “ Seconds,”
which means a slight imperfection, however
so skillfully mended as to require a close
examination to detect. Note present prices
and purchase before stock is exhausted.
Ladies’ Lisle, Black and White, 35c value -
Ladies’ Lisle, Bl’k, Brown Grey, and White
60c value, Sale
Ladies' 65c Silk Fibre, Black
Children’s L'sle, worth 35 to 40c, Sale
‘ Meeting and Beating Competition*'.
We Want Business
This bank wants more business and is not backward
about asking for it. The larger our business, the stronger
our bank and better the facilities we have to offer.
We are building up one of the strongest, most progres
sive. and reliable banks in this part of the state. Fair deal
ing, courteous treatment, honest service, security, accommo
dation, all these things are at your service. We invite you
to open an account with us. The bigger the business the
better the service. That’s why we are anxious to grow.
B A N K O F F A L L S C IT Y .
WE WILL TAKE
YOUR M EASURE
FO R A SUIT OF
Ed. V. Price & Co’s
Held Yourself Erect.
Taking the Hener.
Mrs. Smith—They tell mo th at one of
the gtrla made a faux pas at the cook-
lug claas lunch that everybody noticed.
Mrs. Comeup (proudly)—I gueaa it waa
my daughter. She can make any of
them French things.—Baltimore Amer
S ELIG ’S, Cash Price Store,
«even pounds, la eighteen Inches long,
and, unlike other keys, it waa not made
for the lock. On the coutrary, the loA
waa made for 1L Both key and lock
have been in uee since the crusades,
the church Itself having l>een built by
tbe Knights Templars In 1485.—London
Keep erect If you want to keep on
the road to good health. Slouch or
slump and you are apt to And yourself
headed for the sick bed, for rounded
■boulders and relaxed abdominal walls
are often associated with serious nerv
ous ma. stiles.—Chicago Herald.
FALLS CITY LUMBER & LOGGING CO.
FA LLS CITY HOSPITAL
EQUIPPED AND PREPARED TO HANDLE
"Bllence Is golden.**
“Maybe, but I'd like to see anybody
get any money out of you without talk
ing for It.**—Detroit Free Press.
General Surgery, Sickness, Accidents,
INCLUDING THOSE THAT COME UNDER
Doctor—Yeu absolutely muet give op
coffee. It’a a slow poison. Aged Pa
tient- Ha, hat 1 bet my heirs think It*«
State Industrial Accident
Rooms $2 to |3.50 per day, including
general nursing and board.
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"Are you affiliated with any i
“Teg, I'm g wtff."—Ntw York *
R. M. Massie, Matron
Dr. G. E . Prime, Mgr.