Falls City news. (Falls City, Or.) 190?-19??, March 30, 1918, Image 4

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SCHOOL NOTES
Mists Miller Mpont tlie week end
ut her homo in Corvallis.
' How to Make Oatmeal Bread
The following program was
given by the 3rd grade at a sse n t
hly last Friday.
Healthful to E a t— Saves the W heat
1 cup flour
corn maal
1 iM ip o o n u l l
5 iM ip o o n t R oyal Baking P o w d e r
2 tableapouua sugar
Hiawatha, dramatized 3d grade
Sting— 3d grade
Star Spangled Banner Schoo I
1 Flag Salute School
1 cu p co o k e d oatm eal o r rollad
o a t.
2 takleapoons shortening
1 k cupa uulk
No i i eggs
SEWING CLUB C J
Pres. Mildred (¡rant
V. Pit*«. Dorothy (¡ntbridge
Sec. Ixuiisti Brown
POULTRY CLUB
Pres. Clair Brown
V. Pres. Dorothy (¡uthridge
Sec. Ahbie Bruce
FORMALDEHYDE
T H E
F A R M E R ’ S FR IEN O
FOR T R . r '"U T OF
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Diseased Grain, Potatoes
N O T IC E
and Vegetables
On and after April 1, 1018 the
Two junior high school girls
Sift together flour, com meal. aalt. halting powder and auger.
AND MANY USES ABOUT THE
merchants
of Fulls City w ill,ob­
Add oatmsal melted shortening and milk. Bake in gieaaed
from Dallas visited our school last
»hallow [au in moderate oveu 40 to 4 ) minute».
serve the following rules:
week.
Home, Stable and Chicken
Stores will o|M)ti at 7:00 u. m.
4 This wholesome bread is easily and quickly made with the aid of
Miss Wilbur, (ilh grade teacher
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“ close ut ß:00 p. m.
‘ House
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was ill lust week and Klizalicth Kxcopt Saturdays when atortw
Wagner took her place. Occasion-' will ck>ae at 5:00 p. m. und open
F O R S A t I AT
ally this class has opportunities to i again at 6:30 p. m. for the even­
' practice teaching.
If used three times a week in place of white bread by the
ing.
Thompson’ s Drug Sforo
22 million families in the United States, it would save more
Velma Goodspeed. a member o f | Using the river us a division
the teachers’ training class has, line we will mu. iW deliveries as
than 900,000 barrels of flour a month.
E. K . P IA 3 E C K I
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accepted
the position as teacher follows:
Oat- new Red, White and Blue booklet. "B est War Time Recipes",
ATTORNEY-AT LAW
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containing many other recipes for making delicious and wholesome
of the Bed Prairie school, where One delivery to each siil«* of town
wheat saying foods, mailed free-address
she will teach for the remainder I k *fore noon and one delivery to
Farm Loan« S 1-2 „
each side of town afternoon.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO„ Dept. H, 135 William S t, New York
o f the year.
620 Mill Stroat,
• Oallaa, Oregon
All ordejrs for delivery taken
after 4:00 •>. m. will be delivered
JUNIOR HIQH SCHOOL
e w
TC ul M iiciw t ín ic o
next day.
Boh Kirkpatrick has returned
Please help by getting all orders
IIOTKI
to school after having a serious
in early. The evening before if
attack o f German measles.
possible.
BRIDGEPORT GLEANINGS
Mrs. Harvey Redient was in
lionise Brown, Kleanor Duelt-
G tyr JF a llií ( íit ii N r u m
Thanking you in advance for
S a m p le
'nrjr.
Portland a few days visiting her
nf the
io Ai,
gen
anti
Biehard
VanDenBosch
your
co-operation.
March 2f>, 1918.
Be a t A c e o n
1
Tuewla^e^eVet
daughter Alice.
were also absent.
Falls C’:ty Mercantile Go.
r . Oro-U* „ ,tr u y . C
y
purchased a
Dick Gage
Falls
Gity
Uir
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Digging
Go.
Harold Atwood has returned to
D. L. WOOD
Fresh Bread, Cakes.Cookies.Pies mot°rcycle.
N. Selig.
Publisher
and other bakery goods, every
Mrs. Ada Sumpter returned to '^hoo| after a week's visit ut
rUNNRAI. MM* TOR
I n l m d •• • e '.'o d -c l* « . m all at i n - p o a to fflr «
day, at the Falls City Bakery.
f her home Sunday.
j **ogene.
•I Falla C ity. P o l» C o a n tj. Or » « o n . iiuilrr l b ,
WANTED
A rt o f C cD «»*w o f March S. 1ST».
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R . L. C H A P M A N
Miss Velma Goodspeed is teach-! Miss Margret Sammons was a
The following pupils have re­
Second-hand, good sacks. Will
Trltyheat- Ntws Office.
Viola ceived “ Palmer Method" buttons
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Mm
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
[pay 8cts cash.
N. SELIG.
SuWrtption Rales: One yaar. *1.00; ai» month* inga two month sc hoc I at B ed!
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a 1 ford l uesday nijrnt,
for having completed the first
» » ce n t» : t h r o » m onth«, t o c e n t»: s in g l« co»>F. » »«»•
Wo attond to all work promptly.
Scott Campbell was a school twenty-five drilLs in the Palmer
FOB COGNTY I KKA8UKKR
Adrertlaing Ratea: Duplay. 1» eenl.au Inch ;
Dallas and Falla City, Oro.
Method Manuel:
Rut inca* Nolle*«, i conta » line: f " t !•*:*. l'.ent,
visitor Friday.
A. V. B. Snyder desires to h u c -
Itaciiange. Waat and t'»7 Entertainment So­
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in Salem last Saturday.
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Clarence
Bradley
lle««. Ven.aUne. Card ofTbanka Sucta. Lei«
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Gardner was a school vis - 1
ceed himself and will go before
Gladys Paul
Notices, legil ritM.
Bita Alderman has returned l itor Friday afternoon.
the people at the primary elec­
Bertha
Benton
Cop? for new ads. and ehan;p*ahonld b« ««nt
tion, May 17. as Republican
home
after
spending
some
time
in
Claude
Graham
visited
school
AUKNt-Y n r
to The Xew« not later than Wednesday.
Opal W ard
candidate, and would thank the
the home of Frank Hubbard tak- * Friday afternoon,
O ffic ia l N ew spaper o f the C ity o f f a lle C iti
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n
a
t
io
n a l T ailo rin g co .
Eleanor Due It gen
people for their votes.
ing care of her aunt, Mrs. Hub-
D a l l a r s t e a m ij u j n d k y
Bernice Dodd
The Farmers’ Union held their
I ssued E v e r y S a t s r d a y M o r n i n g
(Pd. A dver.)
Hu li di«* i forwmnlt.l W c l u c U y m ommi
Ethel Goodspeed
regular meeting Tuesday night.
Bichard VanDenBosch
There will be a basket social at
FOB STATE SENATOR
Balph Lunde
M. E .CHURCH
turned from Portland Thursday. the Guthrie school house the t»th.
1 hereby announce my candi­
Mildred Grant
where they have been spending a j hliug Robertson has been au-
Sunday School 10.00
dacy
for the Republican nomina­
lla Buell
Itw da\s.
ithorized to get the Farmers’
tion for State Senator for the
Morning Worship 11.
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Union hall insured,
The Boys’ and Girls’ Industrial senatorial district composed of
Epworth League 6:30.
r or Rent—80 acres 1} mile of!
clubs have been organized, the Polk and Benton counties, sub­
Evening Service 7:30
Falls City; fair buildings, good! Mrs. Chas. Byan has improved
officers o f the various branches ject to the decision o f the Repub,
Prayer meeeting and teachers water, plenty o f fruit: 20 acres in | their front yard,
being:
'ican voters at the primary elec­
training class Friday 7:30.
cultivation, balance in pasture ! Glenn Gage and Boss Murphy
tion to be held May 17, 1918.
You are most cordially invited For further information inquire are working on their 2d degree o f
PIG CLUB
to attend these services.
1. I,. I'A IT E B S O N ,
at the News office.
Pres. Harold Beard
the Lone Scouts o f America.
A. S. Mulligan, Pastjr.
(Pd. Adver.)
Sec. Eldon Frink
Bud Sumpter returned home
Mose Manston of Dallas was in
Candína, Tobt ceti* mui Cigars, at
Sunday.
the city Wednesday.
Free Methodist
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L. 11. WONDEBLY’8
Billie Lee has lost one of his
Sunday School 10 a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Syron and Mr. best hounds.
Preaching service 11 a. m.
and Mrs. Anderson were in Salem
Song and praise service 7:30 last Sunday.
C. J. BRUCE, Proprietor.
followed by preaching at 8.00.
CARO OF THANKS
Mid-week prayer meeting 7:30 p.m
Mr. and Mrs. Gardner and son
We extend our heartfelt thanks
Everyone cordially invited to j were Dallas visitors last Sunday.
....U N D E R NEW M A N A G E M E N T ....
to
those who so kindly assisted us
attend these services.
during the sickness and death of
Edgar N. Long, Pastor.
Mr. Johnny Chappel, Miss Eva
our beloved husband and father.
Chappel, Mrs. Chappel and Mr.
Fresh Beef, Pork, Fish, Poultry, E fc .
Mrs. Fillip Wagner
Give Courier took supper with
and family.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Mr. and Mrs. Batourney Saturday
Will buy your Beeves, Veals, Hogs and Chlokens.
Divine Services each Lord’s Day evening.
CALL AND GIVE US A TRIAL.
WE WILL PLEASE YOU.
Bible School 10 a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Stahl have
Ralph Adams was up from Port­
Headquarters for Candy and Gigari
Divine worship 11 a. m.
moved to Hillsboro, Oregon.
land last Sunday.
Christian Endeavor 630 p. m.
F A L L S C IT Y M E A T M A R K E T
W KA Tl i K K L Y CON FF,( T IO N E B Y .
Rev. Fdgar Long, Mrs. Massie
Evening Service 7:30 p. m.
I I I I I I I I 1 I | | |,,.
Henry Wagner is fixing up his and Mrs Benton went to Salem -»- l- H - H - t -H -l- l -t-l -l -l- l- l -l- H H - l- H - t
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The public is invited to be with
house and will move his mother Friday to attend the District
• us in these services.
SOUTHKRN PACIFIC COMPANY
Quarterly meeting.
into it.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER
F O O D W IL L W IN T H T
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j f alia C ity Ih o td
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Bohle’s Barber Shop
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FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET
Local News Hems
The best show at the Gem tonight
Clothes cleaned and pressed.
Wm. Bohle.
Lime and Sulphur Spray
sale at A. Courier «Si Co’s.
for
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Grayum
went to Dallas Thursday.
Mrs. Grant and Mrs. Aurland
have been on the sick list this
week, but are improving.
Born—At the Deaconess Hospit­
Mr. and Mrs. G. Anderson were
al,
Salem, March 26, to Mr. and
down from Powell’s Camp Satur­
Mrs.
Alfred Vick, a daughter.
day, returning Monday.
Mrs. Blair and her granddaugh­
Elder A. S. Mulligan of Salem
ter, Miss Bernice Blair, who has
has been appointed pastor o f the
been visiting Mrs Bert Buell for
M. E. Church at this place and
some time returned to Portland
will preach each Sunday morning
Friday.
and evening. He will reside in
Salem.
On Thursday night, the mem­
bers of the Rebekah lodge pre­
Mrs. Mehrling went to Salem sented Mrs. Sam Tetherow with
Tuesday morning.
a cut glass dish as a token of
appreciation for her zeal and
Miss Mary Hammond was in
faithful attendance. Mrs. Tethe­
Black Rock Tuesday.
row will soon move to Dallas and
will be greatly missed.
C. J. Pugh is confined to his bed
with pneumonia.
H ow’s This?
For Sale- Practically new go-
Sam Tetherow has traded his
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re­
rart. Parties owning it have left property here for Dallas property ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
the State and will sell it cheap and will move to that city.
Cure.
Inquire at News office.
F. J. C H E N K Y 4 CO.. Toledo. O.
RobertBradley has bought the
W e. the un'ler*lgn*<l, have known F. J
Cheney for the laat 15 year*, and believe
him perfectly honorable In all busln-s*
Mrs. Goodspeed spent a few Elkins Pool Hall.
days at Mity this week visiting
her sister.
Miss Lena Buell who has been
in Portland for a year taking
Mrs. Starr and Paul spent Sat­ medical treatment returned home
urday and Sunday at Philomath Wednesday. Her grandma, Mrs.
Blair came with her.
with her mother.
transnrtton* and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by hi* firm.
NATIO N AL DANK OF COMMERCE,
Toledo, O.
Hall'* Catarrh Cure I* taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu­
cous surface* of the system Testimonials
sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold
by nil Druggist*.
Take liail * » «m il/ 1*111« for constipation.
Passenger Train Schedule
KflWtive July Ui, 11*17
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a in. am.
pm.
Salem . . , 7:06 9 86
3.45
Dallas. , , H.ir> 10.67
5.15
Falls C ity. 8.45 11 .:«>
5.45
11:60
Bl’ k B ock.
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am. pm.
pm
Rl’ k Bock
1.00
Falls City. !>.20 1.20
5.50
Dallas. . . 10.00 1.46
0.25
Salem . . . 11.00 3.10
17.20
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324 Pittsburg fit.,
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