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FALLS CITY NEWS
FALLS CITY OREGOlf, SATURDAY. MAY 18. 1918
, lor the summer. Miss Snider of
Mrs. James Day and Mariam
went to Salem Monday.
Muy 14. 1918
Mr. McClure was h rump visitor I The Foreman Cottage at the
lower camp is being moved to the
Art Bartoll met h(s daughter at
Tuesday night at Wagner’s hall
1 Jr. Fabry visited with his father the three basket ball ¡teams, ( the
Falls city last week.
severul days last week. It was Red White and Blue, the Oliv«
L Nixon returned to camp on his first trip up the.convon.
' Drabs and the Greens ) competed
Wednesday after HpcndinK u few
| Mrs. Day and Robertsy were for high honors The score was
dava in the Valley lust week.
at the tripple birthday as follows:
Rickets, former bookkce|)er j i . viven at the home of Mrs. I Green
1st week to^join the colors, r Sacrifieril 25th at which Mr. f)live D.
Red White B. 12
ntf his lot with the Navy. Mr n._O ur ¡Wilier were hostess.
Red White B. 6
rkson has taken his place in
I ToHjV«fp lumb, the hooktender The Red White and Blue team
I returned ^ t e r a few weeks lay was winner, as Red White anN
B. C. Miller was camp visitor off.
Blue always is.
last week, spending three days in ! »How many n rp wrote mother
The Honor Guard girls received
the interest of the company.
on Sunday? “ Mother’s Day.”
another letter from Archy Mont
Mr. Johnson, conductor on the j Most every man at camp came gomery “ in France.” Mr. Mont
passed thru camp Saturday thru and bought his Liberty Bond. gomery is at the Rest Hospital.
from a fishing trip on the Siletz.
Every lady did.
The Star lite side of the literary
Mr. und Mrs. Smith, the good
John Fabry spent the week-end society gave the following pro
old cooks, have returned to camp in Salem.
gram last Friday afternoon:
S P A U LD lN Q ’S CAM P
S o n g -tau ren a Treat
accompanies! Iiois Beard
Reading Gertrude Watzing
/ i prophet paper was written by
HaroliFBeard about the ‘Alpines.’
Thursday afternoon Mr. Pugh
gave a free show for the benefit
of the school.
The Epwo'th League of the M.
£. Church will celebrate its 29th
birthday anniversary, by present
ing a “ Pageant of Progress and
Patriotism,” Sunday, May 19, 8
P. M. Everybody welcome.
PRICES SEEM HIGH
They Will Be Higher
J. H. Lauterman of Salem was
in this city Thursday. Mr. Laut
erman is proprietor of the New
Argo Hotel at Salem.
Ara Lane entertained a few
girls and the Boy Scouts at a
buthday party on Friday, it being
his 14th birthday.
ADVISE YOUR EARLY PURCHASES
OF A LL YOUR NEEDS
The Greatest World’s War
IS S E N D IN G PR IC ES HIGHER EVER Y DAY
So Think; What This Mighty
SELIG’S, Cash Price Store,
Meeting and Beating Competitian
Means To Every Man and. Family
One lot of Men’s Suits, principally
Light Greys, sizes 35 to .19, any
suit in the lot worth $25.00, to
$ 1 2 .9 5
Dal’.as probably never before witnessed
a Clothing Sale when people took such a
deep interest as in this sale. They know
New Spring Styles in Boys’ Knee
our clothing is new and dependable--none
Pant Suits, ages 6 to 17, in the
hotter. They know our Shoes and Furn-
famous "Walcoff Make,” worth
l to $7.50______________ $ 4 . 9 5
\shings are the best that money can buy.
A new shipment of Men’s English
They know this store gives exactly what
Cloth Hats just received, placed
it advertises. They know that merchan
on sale at
$ 2 .3 9
dise of all kinds is going higher and higher
Men’s heavy weight Horsehide
in price, and many a man is not only
Gloves, worth $1.00 per pair at
anticipating his present, but future needs.
This is no sale to reduce stock or unload.
Men’s “ Monarch Shirts” New
Spring Patterns, worth to $1.50
It is a real, genuine, bona fide closing
_____________________ 9 8 c
out sitle, and without regard for present
Men’s Negligee Shirts in funcies, * high cost of merchandise, we are sacrific
flat collar, regular $1.50 seller
____________________ 8 9 c i n g our entire stock-bought before the
big adva nee—At prices much less than
Men’s heavy weight Ribbed Un
>(yholesalc in many instances.
dershirts, sizes 34 to ¡18 only, sold
by most merchantsfor (55c, 2 9 c
Buy Men’s Hip Boots for next
Fall, closing out our entire line aa
we will discontinue handling them
$ 4 .9 5
Men’s hei ivy weight
Cotton Hose , black or
tan, wor th t jday 25c
Men’s Straw Sailor
Hats, value to $2.50, to
New Spring Styles and cobra in
Hart Schaffner & Marx, All-Wool
Suits, at less than today’s whole
$ 2 1 .9 5
Men’s Heavy Work Shoes, a new
shipment received and put in at
sale prices, worth to $6.00, go at
$ 3 .8 9
One lot “ Fbrsheim Shoes,” in tan
only, lace or button, worth $8.50,
now o n l y ___________ S 4 .9 5
Men’s Leather Faced Cotton Gbves
in Knit or Gauntlet Wrist, worth
“ Fine feathers makes fine birds’’ but even if that is
true who wants to be a bird ?
Fine clothes are not all thai’s required to make fine
men, not by a long shot. A good clear, well educated mind,
a strong healthy body, plain clothes suited to your calling,
and a comfortable account at the bank, these things count
for more than fine clothes every day in the year. We will
help you with that bank account any time you want to start.
BANK OF FALLS C ITY .
Hundreds of $1.25 and $1.50 Men’s
Four-in-Hand Ties are going at
_____________________8 9 c
Men’s heavy weight English Cor
duroy Pants, worth to $5.00
HOW ABOUT T H A T
NEW SPRING SUIT
Men’s Heavy W’eight Army Khaki
Pants, worth to $2.50
$ 1 .6 9
Men’s heavy weight Cotton Gloves
Knit Wrists, regular 20c. 13c
Ed. V. Price & Co’ s
One IiOt Childrens Felt Hats, val
ues to $1.50, to close at
MR. MAN! YOU 'tAN ’T AFFORD TO MISS THIS SALE!
FALLS CITY LUMBER & LOGGING CO.
S T O R F OP E N E V E R Y E V E N I N G U N T I L 9 :0 0 O ’ C L O C K
Every day, men appreciat< more the importance of this sale-an d why not? When such high grade, new
handise such as Hart. Schaffner & Marx, also Clothcraft clothing; Florsheim
m ' e it0
^ t ® 9 * jloeg
mer —gtetson and .Mallory hats,—Arrow brand shirts and collars,—Hole-poof
‘10^iery and Coopers underwe ■ar for men, eveiY article of which is being sacrificed during these war
times and war prices, at pr ices less than wholesale cost in many instances. If the war continues, and
which it will for some time to come, you will be surprised and astonished at the poor materials and
rediculous prices asked for c lothing. furnishings, etc., next season, so by all means take advantage of
our overloaded condition and, buy all you can, for you may never get a chance like this again
Graham-Watt Clothing Company
DALLAS, O R EG O N
FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET
C. J . BRUCE, Proprietor.
....UNDER NEW M A N A G EM EN T....
Fresh Best, Pirli, Fish, Poultry, Etc.
Will buy your Beeves, Veals, Hogs and Chlakwat.
CALL AND RIVE US A TRIAL.
WE W ILL P LE A S E YOU.
F A L L S C IT Y M E A T M A R K E T