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Falls City News
p u b l is h e r s .
A Good Foundation Will
C. F. FRENCH
Support a Good House.
The Oregon Nnraery Co’s fruit
- ______________________ ‘------ , trees, one year old and 4 to C feet
Kntersd as second class mail high on three year old rmts will
matter at the post-office ut i *11® (support a better tree than the
City, Oregon, under the act of Con* L ieo. root
lfu commonly sold,
liie s s of March 8, 1879. Issued '
d< monstrated, nnd
thousands are convinced that they
F a r Y e . r ............................................................. »1 <H
will grow faster and bear quicker,
I f* M o n th s ....................
. . . .
1 IMF IS MONEY.
flncl« C opy......................................
H e a d in g n o tic e s be o e r lin e s tr n le t
Orchard lands are too valuable
( A d is p la y ads. fu rn is h e d u p o n a p p i t i l .n.
t>> I ■ i i «umbered with trees that
WEDNESDAY, Aug. 11., I'J'J'J. " ' n
“ long time in producing
POST CAP.DS a specialty. All
kinds of OUT DOOR photo’s tak
en at Reasonable prices. Satisfac
tory work or money refunded.
L L Brooks.
by A m erican
A ss o
K. E. Williams
T H E N E W S Does J O B P R IN T IN G .
'A s iic i A illism s
BANK OF FALLS CITY
T IM E C A R D NO. 4
Falla City, Oregon
I flective April 1, 19C8.
Pass. urn. .’ass. A n d
illaidì ntp «n lignai only.
Daily «ictpl Sunday.
Pass, and Fass, and
No stop No stop
= = = = = tl 1
Does A General Banking Business
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
Exchange Sold on all Points in the U. S.
Subject to change Mihaul Rolitt.
Now Is The Time!
"1 m aintain," said Brown, “that life
I k a cam e of ( arils. It consists of two
ixirts skill and luck.”
INDKPENHENCE Ai MON.M< PTIf MOTO
W B . McKOWN
old teeth removed and
"How ubout tin- condition of life
Drayinj; Busineks. All Kinds
into which one is Isirn?” said Junes.
$et ready for some new ones. You will feel better,
"That’s a part of the- luck. A man Is of Wood for Sale Prop, of Hearse.
born Into certain circum stance« in lieu
Leave Independence, daily 6:00 ¡ ¡ . hi .- 1\
eat tetter and be better. Come right up and see
Monmouth, 6:15 a. m. ; ar, Dallas, 6:40 a. l .
of cards and i ertulu ability in lieu of
Leave Independence, daily. ii:05 a. m . ;l v .
J. H - F L O W E R ,
Monmouth, 11-20 a. m .; ar, Dallas, 11:15 a. in.
what can be done for your mouth.
"And is opportunity a part of the
Leave Independence, daily 6:15 p. r
'Office on Main Htreet
“Yes; that Is to be counted with
Leave Independence, daily. 7.30 a. m .: lv.
Monmouth, 7 • H) a. m .: ar. A irlie, 8:15 u i.
"Suppose one lias plenty of skill, but
Cver postoffice, Falls City.
Leave Independence, duily, 3:30 j>. in.; lv.
Monmouth. 3:50 p m .; ar. A irlie, 4:26 p. m.
D R . t.
"He Is In tin- same tlx us a skillful
FOR MONMOUTH ONLY
Physician and Murgeon,
player whose cards are bad.”
Leave Independence daily, 2:15 p. m.
"tienlleinen," said a seedy Individual Office H ours: 10:80 a. m. to 2 p. in. and after
at a neighboring table—they were In
a cafe—"pardon the interruption, but I
M utual Phone. B.ue 85. Day or Night.
U. S Land Office a t P o rtla n d , Ore. couldn't bel|i bearing your eonversn-
Leaves Dallas, daily ex, Sunday, 8: 80 a. m,
lv. Monmouth, 9:00 a. m .; ar. Independence .
_ O u r b u s i n e s s m e n s l i o u i d w a k e
J u l v J 23 ' 1909 tion, and I nm Interested In Its pur- F i l l s C i t y ,
915 a . in,
pur . Termlt me to add one state-
j Notice 1» hereby given th a t Joseph D. I luni
Leaves Dallas. Sunday only, 7:55 a. m .; ar.
Dr. W. H. BECKER,
u p and ! . b ik e it ttoifli* that would | er, of R. . Lodge, Oregon, who on March 23. | meat to those you have made. It Is
independence at 7:20 a. m.
, ‘ ¡.is a i.bin's „\;u;c may be spoiled
I.ftttu D ulia.. ¡aily. j p. hi .: lv. Monmouth.
-» Physician and Surgeon
sound like I log. »"¡V . 1 UM-..S, . \
1-25 p. m .: ar. Independence. 14 0 p. m. (lh is
by too much lin k."
connects nt Monmouth for Airlie.)
th e y w ill h ave an o p p o rtu n ity to I .....................
n Ji.n ,
nu : ik .* u .
"That Is Ills own fault,” said Browu. '
i ^n^e n l^011
final.com m utation roof to "He shouldn't lose Ills bead."
Leave Dallas, daily. 7 35 p. hi.; lv.Monmouth
F a l l s C it y
O r e g o n 8 p.
in : ar. Independence, h-15 p. m.
to I tetter themsel VI'.S Mild our t i l \ oKtftblD’ claim t<> U ■ land above describ'd,
“One may be ruined by go. d luck
” ! before Register and Receiver, at I ortlaud, Ore-
witli the completion of our railroad g0n,on i ••->th day of s. rM,.i, r,
Livery, Sale and Feed Barn. Leave Airlie, daily. 9 a. in.; 'v. Monmouth,
"Tb it statem ent on Its face Is In- |
I C laim ant names as witm > e « ; '»“’ rge H.
H a y , G ra in , F io u r
Feed, W o o d
9-35 a. m ,; ar. Independence, 9-.r0 a. m. (This
to.Salcm. Let people know we an
„ , ,„yJ K. Smith corn - I, a i ait rati i- t ion," replied Brown. \ First Class Tennis and Rigs.
tra in connects ut Monmouth for Dallas.)
"1 can gin - you a case."
on th e m ap an d the t litre of ooic.r- f K"" '
° r"'-'"n- •'»>■ K 11 r •
l eave Airlie, daily, 5-05 p. m.: lv. Monmouth. ,
O rd e rs t i,k e n f o r a ll fa rm im p le m e n t s
I Lodge, Oregon, A rth u r Beaver of Rote Lodg*
"Hu so,” said Jones. “ If you satisfy j fS. T. N n v k i r k , Falls City, Oregon. 5-lC p. in.; ar. Independence,-5-55 p. m.
t un it V.
TAi-9 1 6
Alirsnson S. D reiser. Beiri.ter.
FROM MON.MOI I II ONLY
. ’ h o n e 101
f r e e ’ d e liv e r y
F a lls C ity O r e g o n
le i dinner Hie house affords and I ©ictfon Jfivc r e li e f Been.,
Leave Monmouth for Independence, d aily at |
M c M i n n v i l l e , o r e .
H cmhsk H k pr s , c a p ita lis ts , b u si
50 p. m.
n jt ic e
1 : ': p u b l i c a t i o n
“V.'ltli a bottle * f champagne ns my
CllAfcv GREGORY, Agent,
ness men and lu lm rc is w ill fin d a
5V - O-—
“Hone," said the stranger. "Had It j
multitude of ippol Umilici- to bet- j
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-¿ j ^
I Department of the Interior,
not been for ton much good luck 1
t er t hemsel ves by comi ng to tl.i
should now be dining and wining oth
• W. B. OFFICER, I
C IT Y B A R B E R p
city. T he n is e m p l o y m e n t f..r the ! 1 : •
ers Instead of accepting your bounty. |
P h y s ic ia n a n d S u r g e o n
1DÜÎI. giving you nothing Imt an illustration |
working m a n , as our miii are mi
Office i n t hilco tt Bldg, < pposit The Taver n.
of in return. When 1 was a young i ^. iii
liiiiL fu ll tiiiic*. liollh s I« 1 t in m a n
F alls C ity ,
O regon .
OI in-Ml' IMt«
llif lli a i d 1 ili*
brother, my uncle, who v.as a m il-.
FALLS CITY, OREGON «
nth. n ,
Itonalre bachelor. Intended to make me !
H jji'culatioi for tilt* u i[» ¡ta li
his lic'r and I mu t tie very clrcmn- >
UVEKYTLING HKST CLASS AND d )
sp ed in my trealm ciit of him. 1 had |
to t i. 'j U n i
n a* enough to see the shunth>u
H o n tic f
li «1 >» >* id Went
••Overdid It.” Brown put In. "You
ELEGANT PkkCELAIN PATHS %
L ne i27.
I MIDan. of 1, 11 C lty.o ,
- , H,i [>' », 1 ills-listed him, nnd your”—
| .Skro I«, of lo ll» l ily . Ori-goii, i v u r ... Ilykc
nt nil.” the stranger went on. F a i . i j * C i i y .
H A L L , P ro p .
OliKCO N . ; j r 1
Native Limostcnos to Ee TcstoJ i m»n of Palla f i I/. O r . , 1 rry Noot, u t Sail« "I "Not
grew very fond of him and did
c ity Or.-Kon.
5 1 7 B o a ru T r ii'f e ,
P o rt a r d O re .
need to pretrial to lie Interested
at fa n s ’-: s' .¡versity.
Alsenaoii S I’r S i r 1 rigati r
In him. He was smart enough to per- '
reive this, and we grew nearer together j
CY ENGINEERING DEPAfiTWüriT NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. every day. The old gentleman was 1 \ .
, J i,
very /olid of playing poker h.tinls for]
( P u b lis h e r )
" - ’ " '' : - :
Alty. at Law.
•; v . M i
i » n I
C o u n t i e s a n d T « n s Mny H /e tl
Departqiont of tie; Interior,
u out to bed lie Insisted oil my sitting |
Benefit F o r t h e Asi-infj— M a t e r i a l ,
- — '* - -
р. s. Land office, nt poitland ore. version."
a n d M e th o d « F o u n d T h a t Will Make
F alls C ity is on the eve of be
’1 lie ortgon Nursery Co’s, trees
coming a mudi larger, iRon pi
: are giown on new lands and are
perous and thriving city, as m t ' ..|u:ely fr< • fr-uu disease,
mouth will put us in direct rai -
I' >n’t buy the cheapest trees
road connection with tin ■ -aj•,t»■ I 11 "d stung, hut buy the best
, , . ,
and be satisfied,
nnd outside world.
Information cheerfuly given by
T hi s locality is tin; term
in - -ing, d. W’. Pennebaker,
Polk ci unty’s rich fruit ami Lent
tle.-miui of II e Co. for
M. rion c o m itie s
ing lands on the west, j oi ni ng tic 1
immense column of timber betm ci
NOTICE FOR P U B L IC A T IO N .
here and the coast, making Fab-
- (P u b lis h e r .)
City the main point of tli • benefit
I)p;iartinent of the Interior.
Dr. Atwood, Dentist.
G. D. T R EA T
. Dealer !n
Tim ber Lands W anted
Dr. J. Vintcn Scott
W i l l b .y iff:- i ,i th e o w n e r and
pay him Cash
July 31, 190!)
M a c a d a m L a s t Indefinitely.
The eiiglueeriiig (lefuirtim'iit of lli(> Notice in hereby given thijl < Hlcb W. "her
1’tllv cn lty el’ Kansas lias decided to man, of Kalis City Oregon, who on March 24.
MH»( marlu homestead en try No. 017:t:i, for
Join (he good rends movement, from H
NW 1-4, Section *f>, Township 7 Mouth, Range 9,
Hew ell it will he <-<] 11 Ipp.-d In ; Ive the West W illam ette M eridian, has tiled notice of
Ixjnellt ef ¡IS tcstlle: Inioirr-Tlos to in ten tio n to inul; • Final Comm utation Proof,
the counties nnd cities in the - late of to cstaalish claim to land above described, be
K ansas on road muterlnls and motli- tore Register am i Receiver at Port land, Ore
ods. ,\ bulletin will lie pntillslied si..... gon, on the 13th d aj of September, 1909
c la im a n t names as witnesses: W illiam F.
l»y the department giving tlie standard
tests on more than 200 mini pies of Booe, of Falls City Oregon, Levi M Grallies, of
Kalis City, Oregon, Jan et W aller, of p alls City
limestone from the eastern half of the
W illiam l). Campbell of Falls City Ore
slate. The regents established a test Oregon,
Algenson 8. Dresser,
ing station at latwrenco about a year H U H
ago, but up to this time there have
been no funds to publish the results
of the tests that have boon made. The N O T IC E f o r p u b l i c a t i o n .
tests in the lirst bulletin lire of stones
available for niaendninlzlng, of which
Department of the Intrror.
there Is praetleally an unlimited
Land office, at Portland ore.
In 1905 Professor W. C. Ifond, who
J u l y HI, 1909.
lias charge of the work, had two sen
ior students begin an Investigation of
Notice 1» hereby given tbM Lou I- Mortimer
tile valneof Kansas linn tones for routl- Robertson of Falls« iky. Oregon, who on March
mnktng, and they tested nearly a hun- 24. 1!H)9, m ade Homestefld Kntry No. 01731, for
dred samples. In tin* following year Wl 2 of S\V 1 1 of Section 26. El 2 of SEl-4 of Sec
two more students, Edward N Noyes tion 27, Township , South, R an ge9, West Will
ette M eridian, has died notice of intention
and D. ( ’. MeConnughy. carried on tile am
to make final comm utation proof, to establish
tests. Last year more tests were made claim to land above described, before Register
from time to time until the depart and R eceiver at Portland. Oregon, on t he 13th
ment has a good idea of what lime d ay of September. 1909.
stones w ill make tntu admit roads.
C laim ant names as witnesses: Caleb W. Sher
There Is a wonderful difference In man, of Kalis City. Oregon, W illiam K. Booe
them, some being praetleally worth of Fell« City Oregon. W illiam 1». Campbell of
Jess, while others nnd they are In the Falls City Oregon, Clarence A. Jones of Kails
C iyty Oregon,
Algenson 8. Dresser,
m ajority—are first class material.
Two tests are applied, one to deter * 4 ,9 8
mine the toughness and wearing on-jp
ties of the stones s —•
—« me other to Ot‘- NOTICE t'OK PUBLICATION
tie ho oeme 7 ,n jy. proi>ertles of
tl o p..w-( er that *
b , tlH. roil(1
Department of the Interior,
n,n< t lp ”yo ar of trafBe. It some-
that a stone that Is с. s. Land office at Portland Ore.
,iA one respect Is worthless on
July 81, 1008.
..mut of the lack of the other ()unll-
Notice is hereby f iven that Eugene Allen, of
♦y. W earing qualities are determined
by the stundaril ‘T nm ."” test, which Butler Oregon, who, on March 23, 1909. Made
Homestead Entry No, 01693 for SKI-4 of NWl 4,
was originated In France thirty years 81-2
of MCI 4. Section M SWl-4 of NW l 4 Section
ago The samples of some are broken IS, Township 7, South. Rat ge 9, W est W ilbrn -
Into uniform pieces, so tlint fifty will ette M eridian, has tiled notice of intention to
weigh approxim ately eleven pounds. make final com m utation proof, to establish
They are put Into a "n itller," which claim to land above described, before Refester
consists of an Iron cylinder, set nt an and Receiver at Portland Oregon on the 14th
angle of thirty degrees with the axis day of September 190$.
C laim ant names as witnesses Phil IfcAee of
of rotation. In the test, lasting five
Toney Ct S u tler Oregon.
hours, the cylinder Is rotated 100.000 B utler Oregon, II.
McLeod of R ntler Oregon. Hugh Black ot
times, and the aniouot ground off the Job
S u tler Oregon,
Algenson H. Dresit«r.
taoipies In that time \>f weight de 8 4 .9 8
termines the measure of wearing qual
ity of the stones. In making the ce
ment test the |>owder Is taken from NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
the "rattler" and mixed with water.
It 1* allowed to hardeu In cylindrical
Department of the Interior.
briquettes and Is tested for Its resist
ance under the trip hammer.
r . s. l and office at Portland ore.
"We expect to l>* aide to make tests
J u l y 31, 19J9.
from now on for nny town or county
that has a m aesilsm ixing project un Police In hereby »Iren that P hillip McGee. o(
der way," said Professor lload, “and B utler O refen. who. on March XX. law. made
I believe the work will be a gTent HolnCMtead K d lr, No.OIMft for 81 28WI 4»ectlon
thing for the good rosds movement In IS, and N i l NWl 4 ot recllon IS. Townohlp 7.
the state. There are any amount of South, K an fc 9 West W lttam ette M eridian, has
notice of Intention to make Hnal com mu
limestones which. If properly selected | Men
tatfon proof, to establish claim to land above
and put on the roads, w ill make roads d i scribed, before the Kes iater and Rceeirer at
that last Indefinitely.”
Portland Oreaon. on the 14th day of September
There are only six other testing sta i»n
tions In the United M ates that are I The claim ant names as witnesses: Kufene
equipped for the tests now being made Allen, ol Butter O refon. II. I. Tolley of Butler
at the university The only other one Oreaon. Job McLeod of Butler Oregon, Hugh
west of Ohio la at the lows Agricul i Btaek of Bu-ier Oregon
j M. V 8
Algenson 8. Dresser. Receiver.
tural college.- Kansas City Star.
O re g o n .
"I see,” said Brown. "You were -dlly D a ll a s ,
enough to let him will, and It angered
Prof. Eoscoe Ballantyne
"Or to w in Ills money,” milled Jones. :
"I must do either one or the other,
gentlemen, and so I did in the end, but
P ia n o a n d O rg a n
I shall come to that In a moment. For Phone 1246
Dallas, Oregon. W f * * * WHEN YOU SHOOT
a time the game wavered between us. i
[jSC’j You want . KI T what you arc aiming at
Sometimes my uncle and sometimes I
- he it bird beast or t.-ir."ct. Make your
would be ahead. But one night, the
. ( s ’ 1 ■ int bv '
t - • ; ■ STICVF.NF
yi'J For 4 t years STEYLNS ARMS h^ve
fatal night.” the stranger moaned. "I
HONORS for AC*
held a full hand of aces against my :
CURACY. Our line:
uncle's full hand of kings. N aturally
we both bet high that Is, for a gam e j
Intended only to help pass an hour I
Asic your I«
-in- I t S end *: i ts. in sta:
before going to bed—and of course 1 I
i th a . . :
■ f r 140-1 a<e C a ta lo g
( (I'.npirte o e tp e t. A
I f you ( i n n t • ta in ,
we »hin direc t, er-
va ua :eP..ok ofrefer-
“The next deal fell to my uncle, and j
/•rest /repaid, nr> n t t t f r present and
s-e ti-.e »hooters.
neither of us got more than a single i
pair. I then dealt and gave my uncle !
B c a u tif.il t h r e e - c o lo r A lu m in u m H u n g e r w ill
b e f o r w a r d e d fo r xo c e n ts i n s ta m p s .
four tens and m yself a royal tlusb. I [
did not bet high, but when 1 showed
J. Sevens Arms & Tool Go.,
down my unde .looked surprised. Ills
P. O. Box 4096
next deal was unimportant, but a t my
CHICOPEE FA i a S, MASS., 6.
next I gave him three noos and my
self four queens."
‘Oh, well,” protested Brown. "If n
man has a mind to do that sort of
tiling he can't blame his luck.”
"I was neither. I knew nothin»
about putting cards where I wanted |
them. Had 1 known I should have given I
the winners to my uncle. I had slm- I
ply struck a rem arkable run of luck.
I was horrified at It mid would have
been delighted to change It, for I saw |
that my uncle was liegliiulng to think
During the Season of 1909
that I w as cheating him. I took ad- '
vantage of one low hand he dealt me j
to bet high, but only made m atters
worse, for he held lower cards than I. J
"And so It went on. Every time I
dealt I saw my uncle watching my i
fingers with a terrible suspicion on hts |
“Why,” Interrupted Brown, "didn’t
you bet low?"
"So I did on one occasion. I held
three tens and hot a mere trifle. My
uncle held four nines, and when be
saw that I bad stayed out, he holding |
Ids only big hand, he assumed that I i
did so with a knowledge of where the
“ Ant*. so the game went on, I alw ays
To O M A H A and R etu rn - - $ 6 1 .9 0
topping him, seeing a fortune pass
aw ay from me and having no power to
To K A N 8 A C IT Y and Return $ 6 1 .9 0
stop the luck that was ruining me.
How 1 wished that 1 had learned
To 3 T . L O U IS and R eturn - $ 6 9 . 4 0
dealing cards professionally so that I
could have given my uncle better cards
To C H IC A G O and Return - $ 7 4 . 4 0
than mine! At last he rose from the |
table and. pointing to the door, said:
and to other orincipal cities in the East, Middle West
" 'Go. and never let me see your face
and South. Correspondingly low fares
"The next day he changed his will,
Sale June 2, 3; July 2, 3; August II, 12
and a week later he was dead."
The stranger ceased to »peak Brown
Going transit limit 10 days from date of sale, final return limit
looked at Jones, and Jones looked at
Brown. Then they called the proprie
tor and paid the bet But they d'fl not
These tickets present some very attractive features in the way of
remain to aee the stranger eat. As
stopover privileges, and choice of route«; thereby enabling passen
they passed out he followed them with
a corner of hla left eye. but said noth
gers to make side trips to many interesting points enroute.
Routing on the return trip through California may be had at a
"W hat lesson," said Jouea. "do yon
draw from tills episode?"
slight advance over the rates quoted.
“That It Is singular how some men
Full particulars, sleeping ear reservations and tickets will lie
who have been glvtm high cards la the
by any Southern Pacifii local agent, or
game of life w ill play them for such
WM M«MURRAY, General Passenger Agent, Portland. Oregon
"Just ao," replied Jones.
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