Falls City news. (Falls City, Or.) 190?-19??, April 06, 1918, Image 4

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DU. THOMPSON, the Pori-
"Sfe- lit ml dye sight specialist,
will visit Pulls t'ity again Friday,
April 12. I f having eye tnxiblo
come in and have the Doctor give
vour eyes a thorough examina­
tion before serious injury results.
I Eye strain, headaches and vision
corrected with properly fitted
gladkes. Falls City Hotel all day.
22 Million Families
in the United States
4 CUPS OF WHEAT FLOUR TO THE POUND
I f each family used 4 cups o f flour less per week, the saving
would be 22 million pounds or 112,244 barrels every week.
B R IDG EPO R T G LEA N IN G S
April 1 1918.
\ teaspoon u lt
t cup white flour
4 loupw nti Kojret Baking Powder
Save V cep of the measuretl floor for board. Pour milk over corn meal, add shortening and salt. Whan
cold, add sirted flour and baking powder. Roll out lightly on floured board. Cut with biscuit cutter and
be'.-■
cased pan bftevn to twanty minutes.
0. - if u* Red, White and Blue booklet, “ Beit War Time R e c ip e s c o n ta in in g many other
■ re.ipcs for making delicious and «< tolesome wheat saving foods, mailed free— address
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO„ Dept H., 135 William Street, New York
The Lee girls have a new orgun.
FOOD W ILL W IN THE W A R
The Christian endeavor o f the
Christian Church entertained the
Local News Items
Epworth league o f the M. E.
Church to an Easter dinner Sun­
day evening.
United services
The best show at the Gem tonight were held later in the church. A
very helpful evening was spent.
Clothes cleaned and pressed.
Wm. Bohle.
Joe Gage is expecting a large
crop of strawlierries this ye^r.
On Thursday
evening
there
were twenty-eight invited guests
at a recital given by the pupils of
! Mrs. Ilaponslnll was a visitor
* at Bridgeport this week.
NOTICE
Parties having contracted logan-
!
berries
are requested to call at
held at the new studio on the foot
the Bank and sign contracts.
bridge.
O. J. Pugh.
Miss Hammond.
This recital was
A t their regular meeting last
Monday night, the city council re ­
pealed the ordinance prohibiting
Sunday shows.
It is reported
that a recall is to be started and
also an ordinance initiated prohib­
iting such Sunday amusements.
FOR STATE SENATOR
THE
FO R YOU
or
CONQUER
Pain and 111 Health
rob you o f all your
Mrs. M. R. Matthews si>ent last
week :n Salem visiting with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Prime.
Dr. Prime has received notice
to be ready for active military
duty by April 10.
(Pd. A dver.)
T H E T IM E T O S U O M IT
at
Please get your news items in
as early as {>ossibIe. W rite names
plainly. We can usually . “ read
readin’, but can’t always read
writin’.”
A. V. R. Snyder desires to suc­
ceed himself and will go before
the people at the primary elec­
tion, M«y 17, as Republican
candidate, and would thank the
people for their votes.
For Your Country
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies.Pies i
and other bakery goods, ’ every I
day, at the Falls City Bakery.
For R e n t- 80 acres 11 mile of
Falls City; fair buildings, good
water, plenty of fruit; 20 acres in
cultivation, balance in pasture.
For further information inquire
at the News office.
WANTED
I hereby announce my candi­
dacy for the Republican nomina­
tion for State Senator for the
Dialogue 2d grade
senatorial
district composed of
Song 2d <r*ade
Polk
and
Benton
courlvihi, sub­
Star Spaitgled Banner School
ject
to
the
decision
o f the Repub,
Flag Salute School
I (can voters at the
I F r i d a y evening a basket
tion to be
social was held at the gymnasium
for the purixwe of raising money
to pay for the piano. Some of ( I’d. Adver. )
the money will be given to the
Armenians.
A program was
given, after which shadows were
sold. Games were played until a
lute hour.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Prime and
daughter, Mrs. Milsom and daugh­
ter, o f Salem, are sen d in g tthe
week with Dr. G. E. Prime.
Mrs. Chappell is staying
Cleve Powell’s this week.
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The Ladiea Aid o f th« M. E.
Church gave an afternoon fare­
well party at the home o f Mm.
Mehrling, for Mr». Tetherow.
They presented her with a beau­
tiful gold thimble.
Second-hand, good sacks. Will
Mesdamei Davis, Valier, Ba-
pay Sets cash.
N. SELIG.
tourney, Wieklander and Hall
visited school last week.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
The “ Starlets.’ one side of the
Mr. Barnard and wife
I ‘alias visitors.
Corn Meal Biscuits
cop i c i l M milk
1 cup corn meal
2 U klrtpoani »hortenin«
A student laxly meeting was
held lust Thursday fur the pur-
poae o f electing a new secretary-
treasurer and an athletic leader
to lake the place of Velma Good-
s|x*ed. Grace Hastings was elec­
ted sec-treasurer and Lurena
Treat was elected athletic Wader.
literary society, gave the follow­
wore ing program last Friday after­
noon:
Song Lurena Treat, Ixiis Beard
Elias Ribertson visited at the
Recitation Olive Deal
home o f James Murk Sunday.
Dout, Piano and V io lin -
11-ota Bradley, Treval Powers
James Leo and wife were visi­
tors ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dedication of Service Flag—
d
Mr, (« w e
Haiionstall.
At assembly last Friday1 morn­
Chus. Ryan has 17 fine young ing the 2d grade gave the follow­
pigs.
ing program:
The greatest help housekeepers can give to win the w ar is to
make this saving and it can be done by using this recipe in
place of white flour bread.
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SCHOOL NOTES
IS H E R E
efficiency.
Donated to Liberty Loon Campaign
DR. MILES*
Thompson1» Drug Sforo
ANTI-PAIN PILLS
SEVERE HEADACHE.
"I one* had terrible
headache« anl (eared La
Grippe. I could not a t­
tend to my work. I took
some ot Dr. Miles' Anti-
Pain PUla and tbe pain
was quickly gone. Then
I started using Dr. Mile»’
Nervine and the trouble
vanished completely and
I felt -well and active
once more.”
H E N R Y FAR NH AM ,
Spring Valley, Minn.
quickly relieve Pain, but
at the same time, when
over-work or nervousness
is the cause,
Dr. Miles*
Restorative Nervine
should be used to relieve
the cause.
IF FIRST BOX, OR B O TTLE , F AILS
TO B EN E FIT YOU, YOUR MONEY
W IL L BE REFUNDED.
E. K. PIA8ECKI
A T T O R N E Y -A T -L A W
Farm loans 5 1-2
The DeMoss Family of Musical Art
WILL APPEAR IN THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
THURSDAY, APRII, II, X;0O P. M.
Music lovers should by all means
hear them in their great production
ADMISSION 3 r, AND HO CENTS.
620 Mill Stroat.
Dallas, Orsgon
B u o H icdd C a r io
HOTEL
jFallôGit\>lfootcl
Samel* Rooms
Boat A c c o m m o d a t i o n «
F. Dracga. Froprlaiar
FU S E R A I. DIRECTOR
R . L. C H A P M A N
FUNERAL
DIRECTOR
W e altond lo all work prom ptly,
Mrs. W. Ward was in Salem
Thursday.
Dallas and Falla C ity, Ora.
Miss M ary Hammond has just
received a “ brand splinter new”
piano. It ’s a ‘ peach,’ the piano.
Bohle’s. Barber Shop
C. J. Pugh has recovered from
an attack o f pneumonia.
I n t e r n a t i o n a l T a il o r in g
D a l l a s s t e a m l a u n d r y
AGENCY OF
Bundles forwarded WednofuUy morning
Mrs. Eva Young, who has been
in Monroe since Christmas, visited
her sister, Mrs. Harrington, a
few days this week.
P. M. Jones has traded his resi­
dence property here for Salem
property and left Thursday for
his new home. His familiar form
will be missed from the streets.
Mr. Jones has reached the age
where the shadows begin to
lengthen in the evening of life,
and climbing the school house hill
was too much for him; so he
decided to spend his remaining
days in the level country o f the
Valley. W e hope that he may
find his new home all that he ex­
pects and that he may yet enjoy
many peaceful years.
Mr. Bert Cross has bought the
cleaning and pressing parlor of
A. B. Stahl and is now open for
your buisness.
Mr. Cross is a
first-class workman and satisfac­
tion guaranteed or money refund­
ed. Remember, any kind of dry
cleaning, pressing or mending
promptly and 'properly
done
Call and get acquainted.
co .
Candies, Tobaccos and Cigars, at
L. B. WON DERBY'S-
BUY A LIBERTY BOND
Headquarters for Candy and Cigars
WEATHERLY CONFECTIONERY.