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*OR TREATMENT OF
Diseased Grain, Potatoes
AND MANY USES ABOUT THE
Home, Stable and Chicken
Thompson’s Drug Store
loans 5 1-2 0
Johnnie Chappell came home on
a furlough, return» g Monday.
N. Lu tide made a trip to Lenta
last Sunday, returning the same
Mrs. I. G. Singleton was down
from Portland last week to attend
the funeral of her nephew, R. V.
Fresh Bread, Cakes.Cookies,Pies
and other bakery goods, every
day, at the Falls City Bakery.
S. V. Ramp, of Brooks, Oregon
was here last Saturday looking
for loganberry pickers. He says
that there is a bumper crop this
E. K. P I A 8 E C K I
T it m
1 he best show at the Geui tonight
Mrs. Edith Newhouse was down
from Powell’s camp Tuesday.
Mrs. A. Hoppe was in Dallas
jfa lle C itv jIh o te l
S a m p le R o o m «
B e st A c c o m m o d a tio n s
Wanted—Girl for general house
work. Phone 711 or 226.
Mrs. J. M. Cleaveland came
down from Powell’s camp this
week to stay until after gradua
tion exercises in June.
F. O roego, P ro p rie to r
F U N E R A L D IRECTO R
A. V. R. Snyder of Dallas was
in town on business Thursday.
R. L. C H A P M A N
We attend io all work promptly.
Dallas and Falls City. Ore
WHEN IN SALEM STOP AT THE
Hew Argo Hotel
H. LAUTER SAN, Prop.
Single, 50c. 75c. S1.00
Double: 75c, to $1.50.
Bohle’s Barber Shop
I nternational T ailoring
D allas steam laundry
B undles forw arded W ednesday m orning
HMiii' s. Tobaccos and Cigars, at
L B. WON DERBY’S
Alex Stevens and wife, Wm.
Bancroft: Wyrick and wife; and
Aemon Brown motored up from
Portland last Saturday evening to
attend the funeral of R.V.DeWitt.
They returned home on Sunday
afternoon accompanied by Mrs.
A1 Brown. She visited a few
days taking a trip up the Colum
bia Highway and returned to her
home Thursday, May 30. .
F\ineral services were held in
the grove near the Christian
church last Sunday morning at
11:00 o’clock o\er the body of R.
V. DeWitt, who passed to the
Great Beyond Thursday of last
week. The sermon was preached
by E. A. LaDow, an old friend of
deceased and the family. It was
probably the largest funeral gath
ering ever assembled in Falls City.
Friends from far and near came
to pay a last sad tribute to one
they loved, and who had always
endeavored to do as he would be
The Woodmen of the World and
Maccabees held their ceremonial
rites at the grave.
NEW PASSENGER SCHEDULE
A new train schedule will go in
to effect Sunday morning making
the morning train a little earlier.
The train from Salem arriving
here at 850 will be discontinued,
and instead, a train will leave
Dallas at 7:03 a. m. arrive here at
755 and leave at 7:40. It will
connect at Gerlinger for Portland,
and at Salem with the southbound.
It will enable passengers to go to
Portland, spend a few hours and
quarters for Candy and Cigar« return the same day.
' FATHERLY CONFECTIONERY.
GERMEN ALIEN FEMALES MUST
The Berean Class gave a fare
well social at the Christian church
Thursday night, to C. J.^Bradley
and family and Mrs. Robert Won-
derly who are leaving the city
soon. Mr. Bradley goes to Wash
ington and Mrs. Wonderly goes to
Jim Teal has moved to Dallas
where he is employed by the Ore
gon Power Co.
C O M I N G
Tuesday, June the 4th, at
' T H E GEM TH E A TR E
THE TRO UBADO URS
SOCIETY S M U SIC AI PHÍIUDFS
AN ORCHESTRA TROUPE FEATURING
IN E D U C A T IO N A L IN T E R L U D E S
ALL NI0NT 0ANCE AFTER SHOW. MATTHEWS HAIL
SAME M U S IC — FIVE-PIECE ORCHESTRA
RES0LUTI0NR OF CONDOLENCE
WHEREAS, the Supreme Ruler
has seen fit to call from our midst
a faithful and beloved mendier of
iRjr lodge, R. V. Franklin DeWitt,
The Seniors went to Salem a
week ago Tuesday to have pic Be it Resolved, the we as a
tures taken of the class. They , committee appointed by Tent No.
are expecting to receive a bill 2, of the Maccabees Lodge of
from the photographer for dama Falls City, Oregon draft résolu-
ges done at any time.
' tions of condolence, and
Be it Further Resolved, that
While around soliciting money
charter be draped for a period
for the Red Cross a week ago
Wednesday, the Honor Guard of thirty days, and
girls gathered up about sixty dol Furthermore, that our next
lars. The girls happened to get | open meeting be a recess. We
in a pro German building and therefore tender the members of
after asking for money for the the family of the deceased, our
good cause, were shown the door. sincere and heartfelt sympathy in
The girls were kind and nailed their great bereavement, and the
two American flags on the owners consolation that the endearing
I qualities of their loved one leaves.
Next Sunday evening the Bac We prav that our Heavenly Fa
calaureate sermon will be preach ther may assuage their grief and
ed at the Gem theatre. Every that the memory of their loved
I one’s happy disposition and com
one is invited.
panionship be a constant source
The graduating exercises will of solace and comfort.
be held in Wagner's Hall next
Every one May 30, 1918
Committee f Stephen Crocker
| D. L Wood. Jr.
Loganberry Pickers; 24 acres;
Every young man who has be-
good camp ground; good water; ■ come 21 years of age since the 5th
five to six weeks picking.
day of last June must register
Communicate with S. V. Ramp, next Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Pollock and two
of Newport are visiting
Have DR. THOMPSON,
of Mrs. Cleveland.
■ 'i?' give your eyes a thorough
examination with the latest instru
ments known to science, the
opthalmoscope. With this instru
ment the eye can be illuminated
and the inner as well as the outer
conditions, and smallest defects
found. He gives you as thorough
an examination as could be had in
any first-class office and costs you
nothing. Consult him Monday,
June 3rd. Falls City Hotel all day.
A. L Govier und family visited
Thursday at the home of Thus.
Mrs. Govier is a
daughter of Mr. Kneebone. t hus.
Cox and wile, uncle and aunt of
Mr. Govier. also visited at Knee-
bone’s. They all motored over
from near Corvallis.
B U C K ROCK ITEMS
Mrs. Lillie Fisher and her two
nieces went to Independence on
Monmouth Co-Operative Creamery
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Mr. Bullís was home Sunday
from the Siletz where he has been
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Mi". and Mrs. S. G. Price and
Mrs. Bullís and family went over
Mrs. Ben McDowell called on to the Siletz Sunday in Mr. Price’s
Mrs. Floyd Jones last week.
Fred Trask of Corvallis is visit Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Baker and
family went to Layfaette Sunday.
ing in town.
Mr. Sportsman came to our city
Chester Ward is spending a few
morning where he will visit
days in Salem.
his daughters, Margret and Me-
Clarence Powell visited the lua Sportsman.
Siletz on business the first of the
Miss Mabel Baker and Miss
Freeta Wallace are doing the jan
Mrs. Burt Harrington and niece itor work this week.
of Portland visited relatives in
Merrel Tillottson of Dallas is
town this week.
visiting his parents in this city
J. S. S. Powell has some fine and thinks he will go to work in
early tomato plants for sale. See one of the camps soon.
him before they are all gone.
Mr. Tillottson is on the tick list.
Wm. Bohle returned Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Nollie Demick
from Lebaron where he was call
to Dallas Sunday in their
ed on account of the death of his
The Basket Social which was
A few little friends and school
at camp last Saturday net
mates of Ornhie Jones gathered
$74.00; it all went to the
at her home last Saturday to help
celebrate her seventh birthday.
Each gave her a little remem Patriotic exercises were held in
brance, and each brought their the school house last Fi iday even
dolls. A fine luncheon was served ing, May 24. Rev. Stevens, the
and at five o’clock the little ladies Falls City Christian preacher gave
departed for their homes, having a patriotic address. Mrs. Beard
spent an enjoyable afternoon.
gave some patriotic readings.
A m e ric a '» F a» h io n A u th o rity fo r m illio n * o T w om en W b*t to w e a r - h o w
to m ak e I t—how to m ve. 12 « p len d ld n u m b er» fu ll o f F aab to n e an d m ore
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German alien females from 14
years of age up must register.
June 17th to June 26th, inclusive,
are the dates. Each registrant is
required to furnish four unmount
Mrs. Moyer of Falls City pre
ed photographs of herself. The
a Service Flag to Black
postmaster will act as registration
had four stars. The
officer and to him application for
Second-hand, good sacks. Will
registration affidavits should be pay 8cts cash.
Harold Bullís, Honolulu
Arthur Bullís, in France
Clyde Honeycutte, in France
CARD OF THANKS
Catarrh C annot B e Cured
Francis Radditz, address un
w ith L O C A L A P P L IC A T IO N S , a s t h e ,
We wish to thank the members
c a n n o t re a c h th e s e a t o f th e d ise ase. C a
t a r r h Is a blood o r c o n s titu tio n a l disease, of the L. L L L , the members of known.
a n d In o rd e r to c u re It you m u s t ta k e In
te r n a l rem edies. H a ll'* C a ta r r h C u ra Is Local 63, and the many friends
Mr. Beard presented a Third
ta k e n I n i-r n a lly , a n d a c ta d ire c tly upon
th e blood a n d m u co u s su rfa c e s . H all'* for their sympathy and especially
Loan Honor Flag and gave
C a ta r r h C ure Is n o t a q u a c k m edicine. It
w a s p re sc rib e d by one o f th e b e s t pity- for the beautiful floral offering in
wards ot encouragement
Biclans In th is c o u n tr y f o r y e a r s a n d I t
a re g u la r p re sc rip tio n . I t Is com posed of remembrance of our loved one.
th e b e s t to n ic s k n o w n , co m b in ed w ith th e
The Serviee Flag now hangs in
b e s t blood p u rifiers, a c tin g d ire c tly on th e
m u co u s su rfa c e s . T h e p e r fe c t com bina
poetoffice window and the
tio n of th e tw o In g re d ie n ts Is w h a t pro
d u c e s su c h w o n d erfu l r e s u lts In curing
Flag hangs over the post-
Mr. and Mrs. F. DeWitt
c a ta r r h . S end fo r te s tim o n ia ls , free.
F . J C H E N E Y & CO.. P ro p s .. Toledo. O.
below “Old Glory,” and
I. V. Lewis
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