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SATURDAY, M A lT H iw i „ , u
im v s
Monday the lire Iteli fang, and
on leaving the school house w«*
discoverctl a real lire, I'll»' I hi vis
K ir > h i r o il Id liM g M or ><»rr*>\i futió.
Heath can»«* with liIviolln egra
house was in flumes. The Urei
M i t o|>«'tiiug ino) lo H •*« i a n t o n vi > etl
was siKtu put «wit by the tpiick |
A m i but it Moitftoiu t liv ia
FARMER’S FRIE ho
action of the high school Iwiy«.
At ISM) o'clock Sunday a iter
n<»»i, March 10, 1918, tht ili r«»c Tint Honor Guard girls had a
day old son of Mr. ami Mrs. S. t!. "Stag” party, with their regular Diseased Grain, P^* f0es
Wood, pas cd to the (¡reut Bcytmd. meeting Tuesday evening at the
Funeral services were held from home of Mrs. Lowe. Thirty-live
i ► F E A C H F A M IL Y sav ed on• c u p of w heat flour it w o u ld am o u n t to
the residence of Mr. Art Koss, girls were present, each wearing
5.500,000 pounds, or m o re th an 28,000 b arrels. If th is saving w a s m ade
Monday afternoon at 2:00 o’ekvk, her father’s or brother’s clothes,
AND MANY USES ABOU rg£
th ree t i m e s a week, it w o u ld a m o u n t to 858,000,000 pounds, o r 4,377,000
and interment in the I. 0. O. F some representing soldiers, Imsc
barrels in a year.
! cemetery. Rev. Ivlgar N. l-ong hall players, town sports, hay Home, Stable and Chit.,
You can do y our s h a re in effecting th is saving and realty help to w in
seeds ami mother's baby Iwiys.
the w a r b y o m ittin g w h ite bread from one m eal today and b a k in g in its
conducted the s«#-\ i< •os.
place m uffins or corn bread m ade according to th is recipe;
A business meeting was held in
they i tanned to make small
Corn Meal Muffins
Clyde Jellson, who is statarne«! service flag f«»r the school. The
f 0 4 S A L E AT
% rap corn meal
2 tablespoon* sugar
1 \ cup* flo u r
N o eggs
at Vancouver, visited over Sun-1 girls played games that boys like,
*. teaspoon salt
1 cup milk
day at th<> home of Richard i’au A light lunch was served, also Thompson’s Drug Store
4 teasp o o n * R oyal B aking P o w d e r
2 tablespoon* short
gum ami candy pi|a*s.
Sift dry ingredient« together Into howl ; add milk and m elted
W. A. I’ersey of Salem was in Teal won the prise for being the
shortening and beat well.
Bake in greased tnufhti tins ill hot
oven about ¿ 0 minutes. Same batter may be baked as corn
E. K. P IA S E L I
town Thursday and Friday.
best looking young man present.
bread in greased shallow pan.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Ye pay more for old lubber
Our new Red, White and Blue booklet, “ Best War Time Retires," containing many other
Several lott«‘rs have been re
recipes for making delicious and wholesome wheat saving foods mailed free address
Iwwts ami sh«w‘s, auto tires and in- ceive«! hy different H«>me (ìuar«i
R O Y A L B A K IN G P O W D E R C O ., D E P T . H „ 1 3 5 W illia m S t , N o w Y o r k
ner tubes, than you g«‘t any other ^¡r|rt from jM,ys ¡n France Arch 620 M ill Street.
place. We also puy more for oH Montgomery and Samuel Schlsppi
copper, brass, aluminum, zinc, sent letters thanking the girls for
etc. Highest market price.
the boxes they received for Christ
Dallas Bargain House. mas.
Mrs. Bohle ami son Fretldie The high school have the honor
When you need a good cook anyone failing to join the L L. L
JF allöC it^lhotcl
Œljr 3Fallfl (£ity NruiH stove or any furniture in second L. and any pro-Germans in camp. have been quite ill. but are im- of "ex|»eriencinK “examination
S * m * i* R o o m «
week” once again.
hand or new, we will sell for less Frank Fllis is chairman here.
B « « t A c c o m m o d a tio n «
than the other fellow.
r O r e * ««, P ro p ri*««*
L. W O O D
W«i offer On« llumlr« «1 Dollar» Ho
An error was made in the Re«l
Next Thursday evening, March
ward for any case of C a la rrb th a t
PUNKRki. hhi A uh
Entered as m to n á '•lata mall at the po*toffif«
Cross financial report published Idist Friday morning at assem caiiuot bo cured by l l a ll a C atarrh
at F a lla C lt / . P o lk C o a a tj. Or*» , and*r tba 21, F. L. Baker, will deliver an
A ct of Cong resa of Mmrob 3 . 1 ST».
address in the Free Methodist
R . L. C H A P M A N
! \ J CMKNEY A CO. T oM o. O
Tele phone News Office,
church on 'Christian education. item. Mrs. May Ellison 25c should the following program:
We, llu* iituit*r»lgiird. lim ’d k n o w n !•’ J
We urge all who are interested in have been $25.00, and occurred Umbrella drill, 5th grade girls.
1.1 i |. if t tly l»«»n«iraliln In all b u i l n t M
S u b s c rip t ton R atea: O n a y a a r. 11 . 00 ; » 1 * month*.
trunsm-tloii* a n d fin a n c ia lly a 1*1« l o curry
10 c m ta; thraa m o n th * ?6 canta; sin g la copy. 5 eta.
this line of Christian work to come through the accountant not carry Recitation, Cleo Dmld
c u t tiny obligation!« m ad « by til» firm.
Wo «(tond lo all work promptly.
n a t io n a l h a n k o f c o m m e r c e *
It will be well ing exit the cent column, leaving a Song, five 5th grade girls
Advertising Rates: Display, 15 cents an inch; and hear him!
O. 1 II. 1 » and Falla City, Oro.
Business Notices. 5 cents a line; For 5 -ale, Kent. worth your while.
lonesome 25. The printer not be Song, *>th grade
llall*» Catarrh Cur« U takrn Internally.
Exchange. Want and Fay Entertainment No
u tin*? Ulr- ' tly upon Hi« bliMxl and mu-
Edgar Long. Pastor. ing on speaking terms with $25.00 The Star Spangled Banner,
tices, 5 eta. a line. Card of Thank*. 50 cts; Leg*
coi.31 riirf.i«* » of Ho» ay*tetn T«*atlim>nUla
Notices, legal rates.
bills, mistook it for a two-bit piece.
l’ rt< ■ 75 • * lil» l> r bottle. Bold
••V nil I'riiKKltta.
Bohle’s Barber Shop
Bohle is again ready to do your
» atari/ PtlU for coaatlyalioa.
Copy for new ads and changes should be tant
Hag Salute, school
to The News not later than Wednesday.
cleaning and pressing after next
O f f ic ia l Hsw apaper of the C it y of F a lla C ity
Monday, and don’t forget that
I n t e r n a t io n a l T a il o r in g c o .
new spring suit that you have
D a i . ijvs STEAM l a u n d r y
I s s u e d E v e r y ’S a t u r d a y M o r n i n g
Mr. Will I*ee and wife were
promised your self. We can give
Mutuili-« forward««! k «ln # i 4 ft]r morning
you all the latest fabrics and pre business callers at the home of
war prices. Step in and see our Chas. Rvan.
Miss Estella Plankinton was m
Womens Dress Shoos in Black, Gray, lan un«l
Dallas last Saturday.
Men’s Dress Shoes in Black. Tan «1 nil
Don’t forget that Stahl, the
Shoes in special lines, also the U, S.
Tailor, does cleaning and pressing
Bud Sumpter visited his father,
clothes for ladies and gentlemen. John Sumpter, last Sunday.
The best show at the Gent tonight
All at the lowes prices that they can be hu«l.
Up-to-date and satisfaction guar
George Wolford and Scott Camp-1
anteed. Next door to bakery.
Clothes cleaned and pressed.
bell were transacting business in
DR. THOMPSON here Mon Dallas last Saturday.
day, March 18. Don’t for- C. C Gardner was in Dallas on I I I I I I I )■■>■)■ U - M - t
Mr. and Mrs. Fry of Dallas are
I I )■ U l i ' t ♦-I- 1 - H -1 M t - H - H - l - X - i- H - H - H - t - H - f r l
! get the date. Have the Doctor
visiting in town.
I test your eyes and fit your glasses
t i l l I-M -M -H -I-+
Mrs. Lynchback and children j wj,jie ¡n the cjty. Consultation
Bud Sumpter is staying at the f t
, Tobacco« nnd CigArn, a !
of Albany are visiting relati\es in fret,_ Satisfaction guaranteed.
home of Joe Gage while his mother
B. W« >NDKRLY'8
Falls City Hotel, all day. is under the care of the doctor at
Miss Lilia Courier has been ill i Boro, Friday morning, March
C. J. BRUCE, Proprietor.
The boys have succee«led in ••
during the past week.
j8th to Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Butler.
His name is Frank catching one mole in the school
Mrs. Paul returned last Satur a 6-pound son.
*.*.UHDER NEW MANAGEMENT....
The father, at yard.
day night from Portland.
least, is boisterously happy.
Glenn Gage has received a new
Mrs. Glenn Ferguson has been
of Allies flags.
Fresh Beef, Pork, Fish, Poultry, Etc.
On Friday evening, March 8th,
seriously ilil. but is improving.
a surprise party was given in The Farmers Union held their
Make our store your store. honor of Elsie Jones’ 16th birth regular meeting at Bridgeport, on
Will buy your Beeves, Veals, Hogs and Chickens.
When you buy, buy for less by day. Games were played, after last Tuesday. The next one will | i
CALL AND GIVE US A TRIAL.
WE WILL PLEASE YOU.
buying at the Dallas Bargain which a lunch was served. The be in tw o weeks.
guests departed wishing her many
Headquarter« foi Cuiidy and Cigar*
Cecil Barnard was appointed to ■ >
FA LLS CITY M E A T M A R K E T
Miss Rita Alderman visited with more
ring the school bell every morning
FATI IFRI,Y ( ¡ON FK< TIONF.RY.
-E-H-H-E-H - H -l-M -f i l i l t - »
friends in Salem Thursday and
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There are nine more weeks of
What about that spring suit of Snow to the depth of 4 inches school at Bridgeport.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
clothes? Better talk to Stahl, the fell Sunday ar.d Monday.
Passenger Train Schedule
Mr. Hoppe was a visitor at the
Tailor, about it. Next door to Mr. Wingo commenced work
Effective July 15, 1917
the bakery. Fit guaranted. and again Thursday after nearly two home of Mr. Wolford last Sunday.
W *»T*O I M l
am . Rill.
Salem . . . 7:06 9.35
Mr. Plowman was transacting
weeks lay off due to a sprained
I »alias . . . 8.15 10.57
Mrs. Burt Harrington of Port ankle.
land and her father, B. I. Carey
The eight hour law went into Wm. Lee has four incubators
« » » T U O I NI»
were in town Thursday and Fri effect here Wednesday morning, in use. He is incubating for his
day. Mr. Carey will go to Port for the men, wonder why not for neighbars, also.
Close attention to
Falls City. 9.20 1.20
land for a short time.
the cooks a long time ago.
D allas. . . 10.00 1.45
Mrs. T. J. Guthrie visited her
work is the cause
Salem . . . 11.00 3.10
Mrs. Cleveland and Esther, Mrs mother on her 80th birthday.
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies,Pies
A. C, POWKR«, AOIRT
and other bakery goods, every
Mrs. Haptonstol was in Falls
Saturday evening with Mr. and
day, at the Falls City Bakery.
Mrs. Wingo and family.
Kxtra copies ot The News are
Obtain relief by
A Service Flag willbe dedicated | Mr. Powell returned from the
Elias Robinson was a visitor at
printed each week, and will be sent
at the M. E. church on Sunday- Loggers convention at Portland, the home of Miss Estella Plankin
to any id d fM M M , postp«i«l,
taking one or two
evening. The first service will be where the L L. L. L. of this camp ton lately.
in charge of the Epworth League. sent him as their delegate. He
D R . M IL E S ’ -
Mesdames Ryan, Barnard and
Everyone interested in\ ited f rom pje wag one 0f four pggggg ¡^nt by McCherry were visitors at the
A W F U L S U F F E R IN G .
i :00 to 9:00 P. M.
employees, out of 600.
home of Mrs. Murphey.
" I su ffere d u n to ld ag o n y
w ith n e u ra lg ia . I th o u g h t I
Notice lo News Subscriber*
Then tone up the Nervous
Misses Hazel and Ruby Wingo Will Martin and wife were Sun
w o uld g o m a d w ith p a in . A
f rie n d of m in « a d v ised m o
CARD OF THANKS
spent Saturday in Falls City, re day visitors in Falls City.
System by using
to t a k a n r . MU«*’ A n tl-P a ln
A ;nork here indicates that
r ill« , t d id so a n d th e p ain
We desire to express our sincere
Harry Welton was a school visi
subscription Is delinquent,
« to p p ed
a lm o s t a t
D r. M U «»’
Mr. Powell thanks the men for tor the 8th inst.
gratitude to friends for their kind
(’lease rail and fix it.
T h e n I co m m en ced u sin g
D r. M ile»’ N erv ln « a n d b e
assistance and sympathy in this, their confidence in him, Wednes Miss Mabel Lee was a school
fo re lo n g I w a s s o t h a t I did
our first great sorrow, the loss of day night at the L L L L meet- visitor the 6th.
n o t b a v a th e s e p a ln a an y
m o re .”
■ . J . W IN T E R ,
our darling baby boy. and for the iug and asked for the co-operation
IK FIRST BO TTLE, OR BOX. F A ILS
(«1 B . P l a t t e A ve.,
TO H E L P YOU, YOUR MONEY W IL L
flowers and every token of kind of the men in the work. A com Chas. Ryan lost a valuable cow
S eeh sr-
C olorado S p rin g s, Colo.
I C ITY, OREGON ]
mittee composed of Jno. Wheltz- recently.
O rch a rd Land
ing, D. Cockran and the section
Miss Estella Plankinton has
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Wood. boss were appointed to deal with been quite ill lately.
O B IT U A R Y
22 Million Families
in the United States
FOOD W IL L W IN T H E W A R
Spring Shoes Have Arrived
M rs. E. F o rs h e y
FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET
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