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FALLS (M TY NBW S
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22 Million Families
in 4 CUPS the OF WHEAT
FLOUR TO THE POUND
If each fa m ily used 4 cups of flour less per week, the su vin g
w o u ld be 22 million pounds or 112,244 barrels every week.
T h e greatest help housekeepers can give to win the w ar is to
m ake this s a v in g and it can be done by using this recipe in
place o f white flour bread.
Corn Meal Biscuits
\ cup tedded milk
1 cup corn meal
Z tableipoona «horteoing
% teaspoon tall
1 cup white flour
4 leatpoont Royal Baking Powder
S tv r '4 Up cf the measured Hour fot board. Pour milk ovar corn meat, add shortening and (t ie W h e n
1 ! sifted (lour and hiking powder.
Roll out lightly on floured board. Cut with biscuit c itter and
hair i.i .
-sed pan fifteen to twenty minutes.
Red, II hilt and Blut booklet, "B est War Time Recipes,” containing many other
rtLipcs for making delicious and wholesome wheat saving foods, mailed free—address
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., Drpt H„ 135 WUIum Stretl, New York
FOOD W I L L W I N TH E W A R
JF a llfl
D. L. WOOD
N e u is
Entered •• «ecend-cltM mall «t the po#tnfflte
at ran« City. Polk Comatr. Oregoa. ander tba
Act of Congress of Mareh 3. 1379
T e ltyh o a t— !C*wi Since.
Subscription lutea: On* »eer. 11.00; «I* month».
IS cent»; three month». » conti; »in «)* corr. » cu.
Mrs. W. I!. Kneeltono and little
daughter Eva took dinner with
I Thus. Knoobono Wednesday.
Ikcst, between Falls <Tty anti
Dallas on main road, a silver
Mrs. J. S. S. Howell, Mrs. W. mesh purse. Finder will pleuse
I'owoll and children were tall return it It) News office. Reward
1 ers at Floyd Junes' Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Toth ero W
attended the funeral o f Mr. Toth-
erow’s brother. Thus. B. Tethorow,
at Independence Wedne <lay.
F A R M E R ’ S FR IE N D
FOR TREATMENT of
Diseased Crain, Potatoes
March 4, If»IK.
Mr. Dugmuti’a son is visiting
AND MANY USES ABOUT THE
On next Monday K !.. Colltns ium-
will begin to operate an mit' m io-
.Mrs. Hill Smith and children
j bile stage between Fulls ( 'ity und were visitors at the home o f Mr. Home, Stable and Chicken
Mr. Collins assures the .loo Gage.
public o f safe reliable service, em
The Farmers' Union at Hridge-
ploying only experienced drivers.
port have finished their hull.
S A L E AT
Wm. Rowiekund family urrived
Mr. Gag«* hits just finished sow
safe at their home in Topfirld, ing 10 acres o f spring wheat and Thompson’s Drug Store
¡Canada, a week ago Wednesday, experts to sow about If) ¿ucres
having spent the winter at Fulls i more.
E. K. PIASEÇKI
City. Rad colds made the trip
The Imys have been improving
ATTORNEY A T - L A I M W
unpleasant but they are glsd to
i their play aparatua.
Firm Loan« 5 l - ? \
i l>e at home.
Mr. Walt Rirtl was in this neigh-
620 Mill Streat,
Utrhooil this week:
We, the relatives o f the deceased
Alfred B. Graham, express our
thanks to tin* many friends for
their kindness in our berevoment,
C. E. McPherren and w ife were
to those who contributed
in Dallas Wednesday.
hand or new, we will sell for less (lowers, and also the choir,
Born Thursday morning, to Mr.
than the other fellow.
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and Mrs. S. (J. Wood, a son.
Dallas Bargain House.
NOTICE TO THE PUSIIC
Mrs. Dorman and daughter
There will be services at the M
Notice is hereby given that
Jaunita were in Dallas Wednes
E. church Sunday morning and ufter this date, I will not I k * re-
evening, conducted by A. S. Mulli- sponsible for and debts contracted
Gertrude Moyer and son Clar gan o f Salem.
A cordial invita- by any other person than my self.'
ence o f Portland were here Satur tion is extended to everyone to Dated this 16th day o f Feb.. 1‘HK.
day and Sunday.
attend these services.
A K Seymour.
Tommy (¡ill has planted about
10 acres o f potatoes.
Mrs. Brown and »laughter Una
were visitors at the home o f H.
j f a llô C it y : I b o t c l
S a m p le R o o m *
Mrs Murphy was a visitor at
the home of E. II. Gage Saturday.
B e a t A c c o m m o d a t io n s
Local News Hems
How many |H*ople would give a
letter of recommendation to an
entire stranger, one they never
saw* or heard of liefore? Yet this
is what the editor of a newspaper
is expected to do.
ri NKHAi. lunm-roM
R. L. C H A P M A N
The best show at the Gem tonight
Clothes cleaned and pressed.
Charles Bradley was in Dallas
N. Selig visited with Mrs. Selig
at Eugene, Sunday.
C. L. Hopkins is laid up
week with a fractured rib.
Ralph Adams left Monday for
Mrs.Thompson and Katie Barn-
to look after the manu
are in Portland this week.
facture and sale o f his spark
Lime and Sulphur Spray for
sale at A. F. Courter A- Co’s.
Wm. Bohle, who has been con
Vola Selig returned Tuesday
fined to his home the past two
from a short visit at Eugene.
j weeks with a severe attack o f la
The Falls City Lumber company 'grippe is able to be out again,
have adopted the 8-hour day.
I Henry Kneebone, who has been
C larence Po\\ ell w as called to jaid up for several days with a
Portland the first of the week.
fractured thumb' has commenced
Little Dorothy Oman was taken working again at Cleveland’s
to the Dallas hospital Wednesday. mill.
What about that spring suit of.
clothes? Better talk to Stahl, the
Tailor, about it.
N ext door to
the bakery. Fit guaranteed, and
DR. THOMPSON, Portland
Eye Specialist, will visit
Falls City, Monday, March 18th.
People o f this city should take
advantage o f this opportunity of
having first-class optical work
done at home. Consultation free.
City Hotel all day.
Dallas and Falla City. Ora
Bohle’ s Barber Shop
A GENCY OF
I n t e r n a t io n a l T a il o r in g co .
D A I.I.A » S TE A M L A U N D R Y
Hundir» forward«*«! W rtlncuUy mornl /
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Will buy your Beeves, Veal«, Hog« and Chlokens.
CALL AND GIVE US A TRIAL.
WE WILL PLEASE YOU.
FALLS CITY M E A T M A R K E T
Candi«*«, Tobaccos nnd Cigars, nt
I, II. W O N D E R LY ’S
An d tobacco now tastes much
Y o u ’ll k n o w t h is w h e n
s m o k e t h e f a m o u s L u c k y S t r ik e
c ig a r e t t e , t h e r e a l B u r l e y c ig a r e t t e .
IIt‘<i<lqtinrtt ri> for Cntxly ..ntl I inai
W E ATH ER LY CONFECTIONERY.
Close attention to
work is the cause
of much Pain and
Obtain relief by
taking one or two
D R. M IL E .S ’
AWFUL S U F F E R IN G .
" I «ufTcred untold agony
w ith neuralgia. I thought I
would go m »d with pain. A
friend o f mine advised me
to take Dr. M iles’ A n ti-P a in
I ills. I aid ao and the pain
T hen I commenced using
Dr. Miles* Nervine and b e
fo r e long I was so that I dldj
not have these pains any
B J. WINTER,
5M E. P la tte Ave.,
Colorado Springs. Colo.
Bert Cross o f Independence is
visiting friends here this week.
Mr. Cross is quite a Bible student
and marvels greatly that minis
ters claiming to be filled with the
spirit and called of God to preach
the glad tidings, and yet find so
much time to mingle with things
o f the flesh, such as “ acting as a
judge at a baby show or leg race.”
We are inclined to believe that
Brother Cross is just a little cross
with the preachers.
that preachers are in any degree
su|>erior in grace and goodness
than the average man has almost
ceased to exist and in fact ar^
generally regarded as being very,
Wo attand lo all work promptly.
FA LLS CITY MEAT MARKET
pointed deputy assessor for this
W e pay more for old rubber
district, and has begun work.
boots and shoes, auto tires and in
Mrs. A. B. Graham went to ner tubes, than you get any other
We also pay more for old
Portland Thursday morning where place.
copper, brass, alumnium, zinc,
she expects to make her home.
etc. Highest market price.
Miss Mary* Hammond went to
Dallas Bargain House.
Salem Thursday to visit Mrs. B.
Alex Stevens and w ife motored
F. Boughey, who is seriously ill.
from Portland to Falls City Feb.
Make our store your store. 33, returning home, Sunday, the
When you buy, buy for less by 2-1. Mrs. Clem Cleveland accom-
buying at the Dallas Bargain nied them, visiting in Portland a
week, returning home March 3.
O ro e g * . P r o p r ie to r
Don't forget that Stahl, the I -----------------------
Marian Crocker came up from
her school and visited over Satur Tailor, does cleaning and pressing + h i i i i m i i t i i i i i- n - n - i- t- H -t-i-i-H-M -H-i-i-H-
clothes for ladies and gentlemen.
day and Sunday.
Up-to-date and satisfaction guar
Otto Teal and little daughter,
Copy for new ads. andchanges should ba sen!
anteed. Next door to bakery.
to The Newt not later than Wednesday
visited his w ife at the Dallas hos
C. J . BRUCE, Proprietor.
The Ladies Aid o f the M. E. G
Official Newspaper ef the City ef Fallt Citr pital, Saturday.
Church will give a silver tea, at!-'
I ssu e d E v e r y S a t u r d a y M o r n in g ( Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies,Pies the home o f Mrs. Heilwarth, on
....U N D E R NEW M A N A G E M E N T ....
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and other bakery goods, every Wednesday afternoon. March 13.
’ day, at the Falls City Bakery.
H alf the proceeds will be given
Fresh Beef, Pork, Fish , Poultry, Etc .
C. E. McPherren has been ap to the Red Cross.
Advertising R »t*»: Display. 1» cent» an Inch
Butlnc»» Notices. 5 cent* »U n e ; Tor Sale. Kent.
Exchange, Want and 1*»J Knteualiiment No
tire». 5 ctt. » line. Card ot Thank» SOct*; Leg»
Notice», legnl n lM .
MAH II \l. Mil*
I t ’s to a s t e d
d e v e lo p
SOUTHFRN PACIFIC COMPANY
I ’assenger Train Schedule
Effective July 15, 1917
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W*»T H(il Ml
Salem . . . 7:05 !* a
1 lull us . . . K U 10 67
I-’allHCity. 8.45 11.30
KANTROI »WO 164
Falls City. 9 20 1.20
Dallas. . . 10.00 1.45
Snlem . . . 11.00 3.10
7 2U !
A f’ Pi'WlH* WlT'T f
in t h e B u r l e y t o b a c c o fla v o r.
Extra copies of Th« N.-*- .
printed nach weck, «ml will )«**-
lo any add rena desired, pn«ti>ib
Then tone up the Nervous
System by using
Dr. M U ««'
J r F IR S T B O T T L E . OR B O X , F A IL «
T<> H E L P
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: refunosd .
W IL L
H o w ’s T h i s ?
We offer One Hundred Dollar« lie-
w ard for any .case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall’« Catarrh
F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo. O.
W e. the tind«T*tgnf<l. have known F J.
Cheney fo r the la »t 15 year», and believe
him p erfectly honorable In all buaineaa
Iraneaetiona and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by Ida Arm.
N A T IO N A L D A N K O F COM M ERCE.
H a ll'» Catarrh Cure 1» taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surface* o f the system. Testim onials
sent free. Prl- e 75 cents per bottle. Sold
uy ill! Druggists.
Take Halt s I amity U U a tor CMsUpatioo.
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your *ub«rr i
Pletute < nil « fit ox it
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