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T he N ew s stands for
a greater and better
Falls City all the time
FALLS CITY NEWS
Buy all goods of home
merchants and help to
make Falls City greater
FALLS CITY, OREGON, SATURDAY, APRIL 22. 1911.
Base Ball Game, Sunday 2:30, at City Park, Falls City vs. Monmouth
H W in H n a H B ia B H a H a a B e s n B B B H M !
a n o t h e r b ig o r c h a r d it would help to make Falls City
From the Corvallis Gazette.
DR. ALVIN T. POWERS
EYE SIGHT SPECIALIST
WILL BE AT THE
Tuesday, April the 25th, 1911
From 8:00 a. m. to 5:30 p. m.
I confine my entire practice to
examination of eyes, giving each
case the best possible attention.
All errors of refraction treated
without the use of Drugs.
Entire satisfaction guaranteed or
J. A. Vanzandt, general m ana
ger and sales agent of the Falls
City Orchard Company, wan in
Corvallis recently in conference
with members of the 0 . A. C.
faculty in regard to the analysis
of soils to be found on their prop
erty. The company, of which W.
Yates and Mr. Vanzandt are
heavy stockholders, owns 500
acres about two miles from Falls
City and it is the intention to set
this to such fuit as analysis will
show it to be adapted for. This
ground is the H. H. G rant farm,
owned by him since 1848, and
having passed from his owner
ship only very recently. The
farm is widely known for its
richness of soil, and Mr. Van
zandt has confidence th a t it is
ideal orchard land. While here
he hopes to make arrangem ents
for a graduate in horticulture to
oversee the work to be done in
the near future. The intention
of the company is to produce a
great orchard along lines calcu
lated to obtain the best results,
regardless of cost.
IS INTERESTED IN FALLS CITY
a familiar name in many sections
of the East).
Nothing is so successful as co
operation! Let us get together
and boost and we all will benefit
I expect to settle affairs so as
to be able to locate in your city
within four or five months, and
you may rely on me to do my share
in helping to boost for Falls City.
In the meantime, please inform
me on what conditions one can
join your commercial club.
I am an Eastern man, and have
been in Portland or.ly about a
year, but I am the “ advance;
guard’' for quite a number of
other Eastern people who also
will locate in Falls City.
Congratulations on your recent
election to the presidency of the
A r c h ib a ld J. L y on .
[Mr. Lyon and all his friends
will be welcomed here. He is the
kind of booster Falls City needs
and will fully appreciate. Mem
bership tee in the commercial
club is 50 cents and monthly dues
50 cents; publicity and other work
is paid for by voluntary subscrip
To the Editor:
As a prospective resident of
Falls City, I am somewhat inter
ested in the movements of the
r...... .......... ..........
Call at my rooms in
the Tavern Hotel and
have your eyes exam
Falls City Lumber Company
G E N E R A L
M E R C H A N D IS E
A few prices 16323865
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‘ be overlooked:
Com , . . .
Peas . . .
H am . . .
Bacon . .
17 lbs Sugar.
1 0 0 lbs Sugar
. 10c can
. 10c u
. 23c u
Fret delivery to all parts of the dty.
Phone your orders
Falls City Lumber Co’s. Store
WE NEED THE MONEY
YOU NEED THE GOODS
We will save you money on
AN OLD TIME FEAST.
P ro p e r C a p e r In 1675 W a s
S e rv e T h ir t y - t w o D ish e s.
Our ability to eat, if one may
1 took occasion to go to th e iuclf® from t,ie old records ancient
, 1 cookbooks and such bits of utera-
. „ as deal
. . with
... the subject,
. . . is
, , tim es and | ture
interview ed some of th e colonists l.slowly d^ ng c u t A half gla88 of
, who came frpm th e^F ast, a i ,)
and u piece of breed aro sup,
found none who had ever heard
of Falls City, Ore. Most of them
stated th a t they became inter
ested in Oregon by reading ad
vertisem ents and articles printed
in their home towns and in the
magazines concerning this State.
(If this idea could be acted upon
Special Ten Days
FA LLS CITY M ER C AN TILE CO.
See our store windows for bills
posed by some persons to be an ade-
quate meal for a man of today.
As against this it is interesting to
set down what Gervais Markham in
1675 sets forth as “a human may
keep in his family for the entertain
ment of his true and worthy
friends.” First warning the mas
ter of the feast that he must con
sult the season of the year, since
summer affords what winter wants,
and vice versa, he goes on to say:
“It is good for him who intends
to feast to set down the number of
his full dishes—that is, dishes of
meat that are of substance and not
empty or for show—and of these
sixteen is a good proportion for one
course unto one mess (meal), as
thus for example: First, a shield of
brawn with mustard; secondly, a
boyled capon; thirdly, a boylcd
piece of beef; fourthly, a chine of
beef roasted; fifthly, a neat’s tongue
roasted; sixthly, a pigge roasted;
seventhly, chewets bak’d; eighthly,
a goose roasted; ninthly, a swan
roasted; tenthly, a turkey roasted;
eleventh, a haunch of venison roast
ed; twelfth, a pasty of venison;
thirteenth, a pigge with a pudding
in the belly; fourteenth, an olive
pie; the fifteenth, a couple of ca
pons; the sixteenth, a custard of
dousets. Now to these full dishes
may be added sallets, fricassees,
quelque choses and devised paste, as
many dishes more, which make the
full service no less than two and
thirty dishes, which is as much a*
can conveniently stand on one table
and at one meas. And after thia
manner you may proportion your
aecond and third meaa, holding ful-
neas in one half the dishea and
show in the other, which will be
both frugal in the spender, content
ment to the guests and much pleas
ure and delight to the beholders.”
T h e F o u r Lo ttoro d N a m e of God.
Is it not passingly singular at
least that the name of God should
be spelled with four letters in al
most every known language? In
Latin it is Deus; Greek, Zeus; He
brew, Adon; Syrian, Adad; Arab
ian, Alla; Persian, Syra; Tartarian,
Idga; Egyptian, Aumn or Zent;
East Indian, Eagi or Zenl; Japan
ese, Zain; Turkish, Addi; Scandina
vian, Odin; Wallachisa, Zone; Croa
tian, Doga; Dalmatian, Uagt; Tyr
rhenian, Eher; Etrurian, Char;
Margarían, Oeae; Swedish, Oodd;
Irish, Dich; German, Oott; French,
Dieu; Spanish, Dio*; Peruvian,
Make your Dollars
have “ sense”
O u r tailoring rep
resents ‘par value’
in sensible clothes-
making, and ‘inter
e st’ in our styles is
1,000 of the richest,
choicest d e s i g n s
are waiting here for
you to choose the
Show your g o o d
‘sense’ a n d insist
A great investment at one
hundred cts. on the dollar
Yours for new ideas
I am N o w Selling Strictly fo r Cash
B est Cane S u g a r . . . $ 5 .5 0
17 lbs. B ee t S u g a r , for . $ 1 . 0 0
Prin ts, per yard, . 5] to 64 c e n ts
16o O u tin g F lan n e l, . 101 c e n ts
E V E R Y T H IN G A T C O S T
YOURS FOR BUSINESS
GID EO N SOWERS
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