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O B IT U A R Y
1 , 716 , 000,000
Pounds o f Flour Saved
if rach o f our 22,000,000 families use this recipe
instead of white bread.
One loaf saves 11,000,000 pounds; three loaves n
week for a year means 1,716.000,000 pounds saved!
Enough to Feed the Entire Allied Army
Corn Bread with Rye Flour
1 c u p corn meal
1 c u p r y e (lo u r
2 u M e i p o o n i «upar
5 toaopoon* Royal Baking P ow der
1 tea»poon eall
I cup m ilk
2 tablespoons shortening
B arley flour or oat flour m ay be used instead of rye flour w ith squally good
results. Sift dry ingredients into bow l; add milk, beatsn egg and m elted
shortening. Stir well. P ut into greased pan, allow to stand in w arm place
20 to 25 m inutes and bake in m oderate oven 40 to 45 m in u te s
Oar new Red, H 'k 'l r and Blue booklet, “Best War Time Recipes," containing many other
recipes for making delicious and wholesome wheat saving roods, mailed free—address
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., D e p t. H, 135 William S t, New York
FOOD WILL W IN THE W AR
Qtyr IFaUa (Eity Nriua
D. L . W O O D
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Official lfawspapar of tha City of Falla Cite
I s s u e d E v e r y S a t u r d a y M o r n in g
CO R DI E N E W M A N
Mrs. Cordie Newman died Wed
nesday morning, March 20. HUH.
after an illness of several years.
The body was prepared for burial
and shipited, Thursday, to the
family home at Caldwell, Idaho,
Mr. Newnan and family came
to Fulls City September 10, 1017
hoping the change would la* bene
ficial to Mrs Newman’s health,
hut she grew weaker until the
Mrs. Newman was Item in Fast
Tennessee in 18*54 and was mar
ried to M. A. Newman October ft,
1H87. To this union, five children
were born, all of whom are living,
the two younger being with her
during her last illness.
P H IL L IP W AGNER
l-ust Friday morning at assem
bly the following program was
given by the 4th grade:
Dramatized Story The Frog
FARM ER’S FRIEND
and the Princess.
F OR T r e a t m e n t o f
Helen Hall and
Diseased train, Potatoes
The Stur Spangled Banner
Flag Salute School
AND MANY (tf£S ABOUT THE
Owing a change in the weather
the science department has quit
Home, Stablflj* ” ’1
*4 kw). 000 . 0 «» ;
Mesdumea Lav is, Hubbard.
Jones, lame. Brown and Mr. Hal
Thompson visited s o h o d this week
f o r
s a R
The ro|Hjrt cards were given
out this week.
Thompson’s D rug
ru g _
I ¿ 1 st Sunday night the Honor
Guard girls went in a liody to the
E. K. P I A S
church and dedicated the service
A T T O RN E Y AT L A W
Farm Loan« 8 \ - 2 / a
The Honor Guard girls are
Dulia», Drogo. j
practicing for the stunt show to 620 Mill Slraat,
be given next Thursday night.
The Honor (5uunl girls have
made several small service flags
this week, which will be given to
the mothers of Falls City, who
have sons in the war. The girls
are a l s o making a large service
S im p l« D oom *
ting for the school.
Baal A coom m o-’
Phillip Wagner was born at
Streff, Austria Hungary. While
there he taught school and preach
Mrs. W. T. Brown was a Dallas NEW SAW MILL TO BE INSTALLED ed the gospel for thirty-five years.
In 1801 he emigrated from Europe
Tom Word has been engaged
to Canada, and while there served
this week in unkmding machinery
A recent visitor at Salem found
two years us postmaster. In 1803
O k lah o m a,
N. N. Christy, formerly of Falls for a saw mill to be installed on he moved to Portland and then to
*.»00.01'ijlilO to ro m iw n -
FOR S TA TE S EN A TO R
fo r th e Ion*»» they hub -
City strongly intrenched in the
FalLs City in 1896, where he re
I hereby announce my candi
ti* K ov eru in v n t e a ta b lia h -
Capitol City. Mr. Christy said It will have a capacity of 30,000 sides! until his death, Wednesday,
Ht « fle u re lo w e r
that he was making a living exer feet and will give employment to March 20. 1018. aged 81 years, dacy for the Republican nomina
thirty or for forty men. Is is said
cising his “ noodle.”
R. L. sis, of M¡a#ÍB»ippi,
three months and six days. A tion fo r’State Senator for the
the mill will be operated on a 10-
•¿'•o-l!Xli>K leg ia-
wife and ten children are left to senatorial district composed of
F U N E R A 1 (Would ! . .
Marriage license was issued
mourn his death.
^ * pro ilu .’* » J
With the installation of this mill
ject to the decision of the ltepub,
March 16th at Vancouver, Wash.,
W o a tto rn i t a all w o itia tio n ia
21 a t th e
to Leonard C. Frink, age 26 years there will be ten mills within four the family residence at 3:00 o’clock lican voters at the primary elec
D alla* B rig a n tin i; Hour
of Falls City, and Miss Carrie
Thursday afternoon by E. A. 1 21 -
Stevens, age 36, of Portland, Ore. considerable pay roll to Falls City. Do w, and interment in the I. ().
I. L. PATTERSON,
Mr. Frink is the son of Mr. and It would seem that now is th e: O. F cemetery.
( Pd . A d v e r .)
Mrs. Charles Frink of Falls City, time, the accepted time, for some
A G E N C Y OK
and Miss Stevens is the youngest of the merchants of Falls City to 1
o n a l T a il o r in g c o .
awake from their Hip VanWinkle 1
• H - H - i- H I l * H l - H - i -l I t i l l H ’ H '
sister of Mrs. Albert Teal.
D a l l a s htkam l a u n d r y
sleep, rise to the occasion and get j
Hu ml lea for w arded \\ edtiea.Uy morning
Some people are living very their share of the shekels that I
economically during these troub
their lingers by “ Penny Wise andj
Pound Foolish,” methods.
Womens Dress Shoes in Black. Gray, Tan and
White. Men’s Dress Shoes in Black, Tan and
W A N T E D TO TRADE
Men’s Work Shoes in special lines, also the IJ, S.
Two small pigs for chickens.
Call Bohle s residence. Mrs. R.
March 18, 1918.
All at the lowest prices that they can be had.
Mr. J. Gage was a Dallas visitor
Oscar Smith was a school visitor
H - l - l- H - H - H - l
I I ( 1 i 1 !■ H -M»
Second-hand, good sacks. Will lately.
pay 8cts cash.
The Bridgeport school is now
taking steps toward organizing a
L H. W on DERBY’S
junior Red Cross society.
A reader wants to know if there
Dorsie Turner was a visitor at |
is a Boy Scout organization in this
the home of Joe Gage last week.
C. J . BRUCE, Proprietor.
city. The answer is that there is
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gage were
and that H. H. Lowe is Scout
at the home of Thomas
Master and wiU take pleasure in
....UNDER NEW M AN AG EM EN T....
furnishing the inquiring party
with such information as he may
E. E. Lee recently sold his farm
Fresh Beef, Pork, Fish, Pouiiry, Eic.
near L. B. Murray’s.
Miss Marie and Mabel Lee visi
. Will buy your Beeves, Veals, Hogs and Chickens.
ted at the home of Mrs. Chas.
CALL AND GIVE US A TRIAL.
WE WILL PLEASE YOU.
Austin L. Titus, of Falls City,
ar.d Miss Gladys Harlan, of Dallas
lIpHibjiiai 1er» for Cundy and Gigari
F A L L S C IT Y M E A T M A R K E T
were united .in marriage at the hall soon.
home of the bride’s sister, L. L
George Wagner was a school • l- H - H —I—l- H - H —I—I—H H - H - H - H - I - H - H - I - H -M -I-H - I-I-M I I I 1 I I I l -H - H -V WEATHERLY CONFECTIONERY.
Driver, 607 Main street, at 1:30 visitor Friday.
Monday afternoon, Rev. Howard Glenn Gage was a Black Rock
McConnell officiating. The couple business visitor last Saturday.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
left on the 2:00 o’clock train for a
Passenger Train Schedule
short honeymoon trip. Mr, Titus
Miss Anna Hardt and brother
Effective July 16 1**17 '
has enlisted in the non-flying Fred were visiting at the home of
WRIT Hoi Mi
am . am.
branch of the aviation corps and Mrs. Gage Sunday.
Salem . . . 7 ;05 9.35
expects to be called to service in
Dallas . . . 8.15 10.57
FallaC ity. 8.45 11.80
a few days. His bride is one of Mr. Reimer is clearing up some
the operators of the local telephone land near Bridgeport.
exchange and on her return will
The farmers have begun their
continue her work there while her
Falls City. 9.20 1.20
husband is serving his country.—
Dallas . . . 10.00 1.45
Salem . . . 11.0 0 3.10
A. A. Wade of near Salem was
A. C. Po*-«m, A(JKNT J
in the city Thursday.
CARD OF THANKS
Kxtru copies of The News are
We extend our heartfelt thanks
apt to affect the nerves, printed
each week, and will be sent
to those who so kindly assisted
and continual standing to any address desired, postpaid,
during the sickness and death of ted into the Maccabees.
L I V E D IN M IS E R Y .
Mrs. E. J. Fuller of Salem vis
our beloved wife and mother.
may weaken the Heart. f> cents
'1 uurrneed (re a lly from
ited her daughter, Mrs. N. Lunde
M. A. Newman,
bc H col
T h e leant excite
D r, M iles’ N ervine
m ent (a v a mo dreadful
The Dallas city council have
is* invaluable for Nervous
Notice to New* Subscribers
Milan’ N ervine and a few
day» la te r n tarted to take
troubles, and for the Heart
D r. Mile«' H e a rt T re a t
relating to auto speeders, airguns
A .nark her*1 indicates that
m ent. I anon (o t no much
Dr. M ile s ’
The Christian Church congrega and riding biciycles on the side
your subscription is delinquent.
b e tte r th a t I wee encour
tion will hold a pre-Easter meet- walks. Dallas folk are getting to
Plenae call and fix it.
aged a n d continued taking
H eart T re a tm e n t
th e tw o rem edlea until I
mg. beginning March 24th and be too particular. The idea of
» u bo well th a t work was
continuing to Easter Sunday, prohibiting a man coasting down
is highly recommended.
no b o th er to m e a t all."
the streat a 60 miles an hour, or
MRS. LOTUS K IS i,
IK FIRST B O T T L E FAILS TO B E N E
Idaho Fails, Idaho.
The public is invited to enjoy the biker monopolizing the side
FIT YOU, YOUR MONEY W IUL
___ 1 CITY, O R E . se-
these services with the congrega walk, say nothing of the pleasure
O r e h a r d I » «¿, ' o f
of having your window glass bro
tion. All are welcome.
E. Claude Stephens, Pastor. ken by a target or airgun.
j f a lia ti tty: Ih o tcl
Shoes Have Arrived
Local News Hems
The best show at the Uen. tonight
Clothes cleaned and pressed.
Dr. Atwood is visiting this week
Mr. and Mrs. Art Ross visited
at Bridgeport Saturday night and
Lime and Sulphur Spray
sale at A. Courier & Co's.
Mrs. Beard visited friends in
Portland the first of the week.
For Sale—Almost new Cascade
range. Price reasonable. Inquire
at the News office.
Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Barn
hart returned from Portland Sun
Leslie Griffin and wife were
Salem visitors Sunday and Mon
For Sale—Practicp.lly new go-
cart, Parties owni? ig it have left
the State and will sell it cheap.
Inquire at News office.
Frank Phillips is visiting at the
home M. B. GiDson.
Miss Veva Flint and little neph
ew, Leslie Harding, went to Port
land Monday to spend a few days
visiting Mrs. Claude Harding.
Fresh Brer.d, Cakes,Cookies,Pie3
and other 'oakery goods, every
day, at the Falls City Bakery.
Fritz Dro^ge went to Salem on
Monday, returning Tuesday.
Mr. Potter of Portland, general
sales agent for the Falls City Log
ging and Lumber Co. was in the
Bohle is again ready to do your
cleaning and pressing after next
M o n d a y , and don’t forget that
new spring suit th at you have
p ro m ise d your self. We can give
you all the latest fabrics and pre
war prices. Step in and see our
M rs. E . F o r s h e y