Falls City news. (Falls City, Or.) 190?-19??, April 22, 1911, Image 5

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    NEWS OF FALLS CITY
Items of Interest About People ami
Affairs in this City.
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Trade with Selig.
Let Hartuug Suit you.
Mr. Clay Miller was in Dallas,
Sunday
Bert Hunter visiting friends at
Independence.
Five dozen picture frames, must
"o a t 25c each.
D ennis B ros .
Mr. and Mrs. S. Raphael were in
Dnllas, Sunday.
Bring us your old furniture and
trade it for new.
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D ennis B ros .
W. J. Hooker was in Dallas on
buiiness, Tuesday.
Full line of loggers ana lumber­
men supplies at Selig’s.
Mrs Maud Dalby will do plain
sewing. Patterns drafted.
Lunde sills Old Hickory, Bird-
sell and Milburn Wagons.
C. L. Starr, of Salem, was a
Falls City visitor, Sunday.
Several of our citizens are think­
ing of buying automobiles.
Theo. Harris and A. E. Myer
went to Tillamook Monday.
The show at Wagner’s hall to­
night nil! be something good.
The wagon road to Black Rock
will be completed in a few weeks.
Oregon Fire Relief Ass’n, McMinn­
ville. C.Gregory, Agt., Dallas. Ore.
J. J. Sammons has been ap­
pointed city engineer bv the coun­
cil.
Mrs. C. S. O’Brien returned from
Independence tnd Monmouth, Sat­
urday.
Local talent vaudeville and mo­
tion pictures at Wagner’s hall to­
night.
See that elegant Panel Iron
Bed—regulur <28.00 value—now
117.00.
D ennis B ros .
Fresh Bread,Cakes,Cookies, Pies,
etc., every day, at the Falls City
Bakery.
M iss Marguerite Flower of Salem
visited her parents in Falls City,
Sunduy.
Josh Talbott and Cle\e. Powell
are in Falls City from the Siletz
country.
Mr and Mrs. I. C. Darland of
Arilie Halted at \V. T. Brown's
last week.
Mrs. W. R. Hinshaw and Miss
Jean Kuykendall were at Salem,
Saturday.
Wear International Clothes. Pay
less and dress better. Agency at
Hartung’s.
Mrs. Maud Dalby and son Marion
visited Mr8. J. W. Miller at Dallas
Wednesday,
Heniy Wagner is in a Salem
hospital, recovering from a surgi­
cal operation.
Say, we have just what you are
looking fori Jiew and second-hand
D ennis B ros .
tents, all sizes.
H. Kerr has sold bis interest in
the second-hand slore to his part­
ner, C. J. Richey.
Mrs. Thompson, of Salem, has
taken charge of the dining tool . at
the Walker Hotel.
We are closing out screen doors
and windows. See us before buy­
ing elsewhere.
D ennis B ros .
Roy Mayfield, of Selig’s store at
Black Rock, was in this city on
business, Saturday.
Cla ence O'Brien and wife, of
Powell’s Camp, spent Sunday with
friends in Falls City.
Before buying your new Buggy,
gee the Hercules, Anchor, and
Lion, at Lunde’s shop.
Mrs. Gussie Patton, of Salem,
visited her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Mytr, last week.
Richey & Kerr were a warded the
contract for the construction of the
new Catholic church building.
Dr. Alvin T. Powers, of Salem,
was in this city, Thursday. See his
advertisement on the first page.
Are you going to paper your
house? Let us show you oar line
an d quote prices. D ennis B ros .
Wanted, next Saturday evening,
enough people to occupy all of the
chairs in Wagner’s hall. Vaude­
ville by local talent, and motion
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pictures, all for one price of admis- was a large attendance and a very
Double Birthday Party
■ion.
enjoyable evening was spent.
The birthday of Mrs. J. D.
Warner McKown, who has been Moyer and Mr. Wm. Tice occurs
Mr. and Mrs. James Myer and
daughter, of Smithfield, visited the living in Portland several months, on the same day—April 14—and
and you must prepara for it. I have
family of his brother, A. E. Myer returned to th u city, last Saturday, the occurrence was properly cel­
everything in M en’s Hot Weather Ap»
Falls City needs factories and and after a short visit with rela­ ebrated on Friday evening of last
tives
here,
will
go
to
L»ke
county,
week,
by
a
party
given
at
the
farmers — job makers — and then
parol, such as new fine underwear,
residence of Mrs. Moyer, which
the job hunters will find what they to reside on bis homestead.
Straw and light Fait Hate, S ilk Sooka
Rev E. W. Hillis lias gone to was attended Vy about 75 people.
want.
everything
in Men’s and Ladies' Wear
A most enjoyable social time,
Ira Mehrling was the Falls City Albany to assist Rev.J. F. Lewis in
delegate to the State convention of a Beries of meetings. Rev. E. Sayre with games, charades, a solo by
T H E BEST O F
the Maccabees, at Portland, las* will occupy the pulpit in the Falls Miss Morrison, instrumental mu­
City Free Methodist churh during sic by Mrs. Servey, and other
T H E GOOD O N E S
week.
,
the
absence
of
the
Rev.
Hillis.
features
that
will
cause
the
oc­
The News print shop will give
you good service in printing for Effective at once passenger trains casion to be remembered many a
S eventh D ay A dvent
Services in the Churches of Fads City
use in office, business, lodge, and wiil stop on being flagged at King- day by those in attendance.
Sabbath
school Satuiday 10:00 1
The surprise of the evening
wood Park station near West Sa­
C hristian
society.
Preaching Mrvica “
11:00a.m.
came
with
the
presentation
of
a
lem to receive and d> «charge pas­
Bible School, Sunday, . 10:00 a m. Prayer meeting Wednes., 7:80p.m.
Tins glorious weather and the
sengers, and will discontinue stop­ fine mission rocking chair to Mrs. Preaching
“
. ll'OOa.m.
budding trees and blooming Mow­
Moyer, by W. F. Nichols on be­
ping at West Salem 2nd street.
Christian Endeavor, . . 6:30 p.m.
ers make Oregon the best land in |
Easter Program
The quarterly meeting which half of the guests.
Preaching,
. . . .
8:00 p.m.
the world.
This
is
part of the program of
Refreshments in great variety
was held in the Free Methodist
Wednes. Teachers Meeting 7:30p m Easter services at the M. E. church
Walter Nichols, cashier of the
church, this city, lai t week, war and abundance were served.
“ Prayer Meeting, . 8:00 p m. last Sunday:
Bank of Falls City, was in Dallas
Those in attei dance were:
well atten red and great interest
A
cordial invitation is extended
Solo—‘‘Lilies’’—Sybil Wilson.
on a business errand, Friday.—
Mesdames T o o z e , Hinshaw,
w'as shown Rev Wilbur N. Coffee
to all. “I was glad when they said
Declamation—Enaigu Conrter.
Dallas Observer.
preached »"me very able sermons Nichols, Ellis, Talbott, Rich, Zo­ unto me let us into the house of the
“
—Ruth Gottfried.
A. B. Hulbard and A. E. Trask during tht meeting.
rin, Moyer, Pugh, Chappell, Hall, laird.”—Psalm 122:1.
Chorus—
“
Hallelujah.
are at Zimri Hinshaw’s, in the Si
uowe, McKown, Dunton. Selig,
M iss Blanche ChnppeJ I was given
F rank B. T itus , Pastor.
Resurrection—Reader, 11 va Da­
lelz basin, painting the two Cobb &
Singletoii, Heycjy»n, Hooker, Den­
a china shower, Wcdne«da\, April
man,
resposes by Velma Miller,
F ree M ethodist
Mitchell houses.
nis, Lowe, Hunter, Crowley,Ser­
12th. T h o s e ] rc sent were: Mrs. 1).
Clara
Sampson,
Amy Inman, Sybil
Sunday School . . . 10:00 a.m.
The McCarty & Vohl Co. was un­ F. Cnurto and s n. the Misses vey, Beezley, and Myer.
Wilson,
Lucile
Tichesior, Alethea
“
sermon
.
.
.11:00
a.m.
Messrs. Nichote, Hinshaw, El­
able to appear at the Gem this Jennie tud Dora Elkii s.Vola S-lig,
Kibbe,
Helen
Treat.
Song
and
praise
service
7:30
p.m.
week on account of the sickness of Bertha Frink, Maytnie and Fran­ is, Tooze, Talbott, Zorin, Rich,
Song—Eastertime, Eugene 8tarr
doyer, Tice, Pugh, Porter, Hall, Evening sermon . . 8:00 p m
one of the players.
ces Flight, Mrs J. x> Moyer.
Song
by small children—“Good
L.owe, Dunton, Singleton, Hey- Young Men’s Bible Read­
Miss Addie Huggins went to
Having interviewed Mr. Selig re­ don, Moyer, Selig, Hooker, Den-
Day.”
ing and Praj er Service
Portland Wednesday, where she garding the special 7-days sale at
Tuesday evening, . 7.80 p.m.
iis,
Lowe.
Hunter,
Crowley,Ser­
will take a course of treatment by his department store, wt find Mr.
Teachers’ Meeting Tues­
vey,
Lowe,
Thompson,
Salisbury,
a special physician.
Selig is well pleased with the large Beezley, Myers, Starr.
day evening at the par­
George Yeaton has leased the trade he has ei joyed during t his
sonage .........................
The Misses Cobb, Kuykendall,
Tavern Hotel, and is making im­ sale. This is an evidence th at tin
Keith, Palmer, White, Fugate, Prayer meeting Wednes­
provements in the service and public' appreciate-* n good store tic d
day evening . . . 7:80 p.m.
Tooze, Burton, Kuykendall, Zo-
changes in the methods.
a proprietor that doe.- exactly as •in, Grant, Zorin, Fugitt, Frink. Cottage Prayer Meeting
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Gilbert, of he advertises.
Friday evening . . 7:30 p in.
Lamar and? Leslie Tooze, Ar­
Portland, were in this city. Tues­
The Falls Citv Band has eon ti- thur Baldwin, Ralph Hooker, Thy testimonies are very sure:
day, attending the funeral ol Iheir organized, w:th J. R. James as man­ Kenneth Rich, and Carolyn Ellis Holiness becometn thine )n-uie, O
little niece, Nita Holman.
ager. The News voices the senti­
Lord, forever.—Psalms 93-5.
Sewing
E r n e s t W. H i l l i s , Pastor.
C. J. Richey has constructed a ment of the community by statini.
Obituary
Machine
mission • style settee, entirely of that indoor and outdo« r evening
Little Nita, aged 2 years, 5months
M ethodist E piscopal
wood, for C. Munson. The settee is concerts would not only enliven .nd 5 days, daugh ter of Mr. and Sur day School, . . 10:00 a.m.
Needles
the town, but also would create a •Irs. F. J. Holman, died at their Preaching, Sunday . . 11:00 a.m.
a fine specimen of woodcraft.
o f a ll
The Young Men’s Social Club is greater public interest in the wel­ .iome in Falls City, Tuesday, April Evening Song Service, 8:00 p.m.
kinds
8, 1911, from an attack of sugar
seeking a hall in which to hold fare of this musical organization.
Class meeting “ . . . 12:00 a.m
liabetes.
Ben. F. Beezley, surveyor of Polk
meetings and athletic exercises
Juanita LaVerne Holman was born Epworth League, . . .7:00 p.m.
county and civil engineer, went *n
The membership is increasing.
in Falls City Sept. 3, 1908, but the Ladies’ Aid Society,
Profs. J. E. Dunton and L. E. Toledo, Monday, where he will do greater part of her short life was
Wed lies Jay afternoon.
Mills walked *o Dallas, Saturday, some expert highway engi,.c erii g «pent in Black Rock.
Prayer Service, Friday 7:80 p.m.
and were brought to Falls City in for the commission« rs of Lincoln
The little one has never been well Song Practice,
“
8:00 p.m.
county. Mr. Beezley is a most but shr. bor" her sufferings most pa­
the afternoon cn the motor car.
E. M. L o c k e t t , Pastor.
worthy ‘native son’ of Falls City tiently.
Mrs. T. D Hollowell will repre­
and
Ids Ilia j friends b re ace Nita was ‘loved Ly everyone, and
sent the Falls City Rebekali lodge
pleased
to know that he is making with her sweet, winning manner her
at the annual Assembly to be held
an
enviable
leputation as an ex­ friends were without number and
at Portland, May 16, 17 and 18.
her fairy face will be sadly missed
pert surveyor and engineer.
Mr. and Mrs. L.W. Zorin are now
by us all.
packing their household goods and
The funeral service was conducted
Base Ball
by the Rev. LaDow at the M. E,
preparing to visit various places in
The Commercial Club ball team church, Wednesday, April 19th, at
California, during the Summer.
While house cleaning, ta le your had a praitice game with other lo­ 2 p. m., and music was furnished by
the choir of that church. Many
old heater to the blacksmith shop cal p'ayers^at city park last Sun­
beautiful flowers were contributed.
day
afternoon,
in
which
they
made
and Lunde will put in new lining,
a showing of improvement. With Our little Nita’s gone to rest.
making it better than when new.
one
or two new players and more Her suffering all Hre o’er;
The dance given by the Falls
careful
practice, this club will be­ Home, sweetly there on Jesus’ breast
City orchestra last Saturday night
We are ready for you with
Where pain can harm no more.
come
the
best Falls City ever had.
was well attended and the finan­
a superior assortment o f
Base ball is the nation-wide Am­ A flower indeed was she, too fair
cial result was very satisfactory
erican sport. It fs free from the all To fjrow on earthly ground;
Did you know ‘ Davis, the plum­ the faults of other sports, and tin- 'Twas Jesus plucked her from our
ber” has a full set of tools and game will be conducted here this
care
material and can do first-class seas«)., in a msimei to entitle it to To place her in His crown.
plumbing and heating of all kinds? the support and encouragement of
Nothing o l d ! Nothing carried over
Our hearts with anguish sorely bleed
from
last season! Everything ne w,
Miss Hammond taught the sing­ all lovers of the sport.
Since darling Nita’s gone;
stylish—Just
the kind of goods you are
ing class, Saturday, for the M. E.
The Monmouth team will play In prayer submissive still we plead
looking for at this time! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
Easter service, after which they ate the Commercial club team at citv
Thy will, not ours, be done!
lunch and hunted wild flowers in park tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon
We wish to express our sincere ap­
the woods.
at 2:30, admission 10and 25c, ladies preciation of the great kindness,
NEW KOBE SILKS, all the wanted shades at 35c yard
Miss Bertha Frink went to Port­ tree. Go and ¡on Falls City win.
sympathy and courtesy extended to
NEW SHANTUNGS, all colors
•
•
35c yard
land, Tuesday, where she met her
us during the illness and burial of
sister, Mrs. E. Leavitt, of Chouteau, New School Building at Black Rock our Little Nita, and also to all for
the many beautiful flowers contrib­
Mont., and they came to this city
The school diieetors held a meet­ uted. M r , and M rs . F. J. H olman
Wednesday.
ing at Black Rock last Mondav, at­
The International Bible Stu­ tended bj directors G.M. Ticeai-d Falls City Real Estate Transfers
dents’ Association will held meet­ C. F. Vick and a number of the
towna hfprt routh, ran ge * weit,
ings at Oakdale school house on patrons of the school. It was de­ (Falls v.Ity ie W in illam
ette Meridian).
Sundays at 2:30 p. m., until fur­ cided to buy a site and build a i ew
L. A. Willcock and G. B. Mas­
ther notice.
school house, the whole cost not to ters to C A. and C. B. Willcock,
The ball game here last Satur­ exceed 12,000, the expense to be 15 acres, town. 8 south, range 6
day between the Monmouth and paid from the proceeds of a bond west, $203.
Falls City high school base ball sale. This will give our neighbors
teams was won hy Falls City in a a good school building with a pla;
•core of 5 to 25.
ground—something they need.
The Falls City and Dallas high
Sermon by Rev. James Moore
school l ase ball teams will play at
In fact, you will find here new goods
city park, today. Lloyd Ellis is
Dealers in
District superintendent Moore of
of
all kinds that will appeal to you as
captain and J. E. Dunton manager the Salem district will preach H
to
style,
quality and price. We ask no
of the Falls City team.
the M. E ’ hurch next Lord's Dsv
odds, but contend Mr. Buyer, you are
You've got the time if you’ve evening. Please bear tins in mind
not fair to yourself unless you compare
got the price. It will not be hard and plan to hear him. He will in­
our prices, item for item with those ob­
to find the girl who will escort you terest you. There will be some
of all kinds
tainable elsewhere.
to the big show at Wagner’s hall, special music in the service.
Saturday night, April 22. Furni­ The interest in the M. E, church
Picture Frames made ta order
ture supplied by Denuia Bros.
going campaign is increasing each
Also all k.nda of
Mrs. I. G Singleton attended a week, for which we are very grate­
reception at the home of Mr. and ful. If vou haven’t got into the
Cabinet Work Dose
Mrs- S. T. Jones, in Dallas, Tues­ campaign yet, begin by coming to
Prioes reasonable
day evening. Music and readings the Sunday evening service
waa the order of the evening. There
E a » l M L ocectt , Pastor.
HOT WEATHER IS COMING
BEN. SERVEY
Everything
in Jewelry
C. J. PUGH
Spring Showing
of New Goods
NEW SPRING GOODS
C. J. Richey
New Spring Suits,
New Gordon Hats,
New Flörsheim and
American Gentlemen’s
Shoes and Oxfords
New R. G. Corsets
Now and
Used Goods
N. SELIG
FALLS CITY DEPARTMENT STORE
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