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Buy the Best
Lucila Finley returned to the
home of her grandmother in Port
land, laet Sunday.
Goo. Vick and family were over
from Salem laet Saturday for a
visit with the home folks.
W. E. Russell aud wife have
moved from Falle City to their
email fruit rauch at Wilbur.
M. L Thompson
Twentieth Century Prosthesis
Will not slip or slide when you|
chew. I f you are from
SALEM, FALLS CITY A WESTERN
Passenger Train Schedule
Effective Dec. 1,1913
WtBTBOl’ftU • Ill
m. am. pm. pm.
Salem . . . 6.35 9.45 1.40 3.25
Dallas . . . 7.45 11.00 2.50 5.00
Falla City. 8.20 11.35 3.25 6.35
114 1S4 iti
«AaTñOCMD am. pm.
Falla City. 9.35 1.25 3.45 5.40
Dallas . . . 10.15 2.00 4.25 6.40
Salem . . . 11.25 3.15 5.30 7.45
C a le n t a r — 3 a n u a r ç , 1 9 1 4
The Art Club will meet at the
home of Mrs. Albert Teal, next
Tuesday. All members invited.
Miss Grace Cockerliue went to
Eugene on Friday of last week, to
attend the funeral of her graud-
Harry Krebs and wife have re
turned from Oregon City, and oc
cupy their own house in North
W. C. T. U. public drinking
fountain No. 2 has been installed
at the N. K. corner of Bridge aud
South Main streets.
Tiyphena Lucy Fowler was horn
in Wheatland, Hillsdale county
Mich. June 22, 1848 and died in
Falls City Ore. J n ii , 2, 1914 aged
65 years, 6 mo. 11 days.
In I860 she was married to Jo
nah Lowe. To this union there
were horn four children, Hhe is
survived by her hiishand, two sons
Ira and Harry Lowo of Portland,
Ore., two daughters Mrs. Vinn
Miller of Vickeryvillu Mich, and
Mrs, Stella Lowe of Falls City Ore.
Early in life she became a mem-
her of the M. K. church o f which
she was a faithful working member
The deceased came to Falls City
in 1900 where she has resided ever
Mrs. Lowe had been ill for many
years yet through all her suffer
ing she maintained a cheerful dis
position, She was a faithful wife,
a loving mother, a kind neighbor
and a friend to every one.
Her funeral services were held
at the horns at 1 p. m Jan. 4 1914
conducted by Revs. Marcy and
The pall bearers were the follow
ing Masons, Messers Nichols, Se
lig, Raines, Teal, Sammons and
H. Brown. Her body was laid to
rest in the I. O. O. F. Cemetary.
•' A Talo of Old Tahiti” ( A Ro-
inane« of the South Hess, In two
“ How Fatty Made Good ” ( A
Good seats and a warm house.
C. H. Taylor and family, G
Anderson and wife, Z. Batonrory föy-
and family, It. F. Garoutte and |
family, and others, arc preparing
to cHtahlish a tent city at Powell’s
new camp, al>out Feb. 1. The men
of these families have been walk
ing to and from work each day, i f
which requires extra work and ef
fort. The women folks have agreed
to live in the woods so long as their
husbands work in the woods.
for Œbinge Œbat
dben TtfUear -
Bn Crclusivc %inc
1 |pay> Xcss anb IDrcss Better
Otto Teal and Miss Myrtle Par
rish were married in Corvallis,
They went t o Portland for a
short honey moon, returning home
CHAS. H A R TU N G , The Clothier
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E v e ry on e g u a r a n te e d
8-day mantel, strike, oak case, $3.00
The Ladies Aid of the Christian 8-d. bungalow, “ mahogany fin. 3.85 j
church will provide a grand chick 8-d. parlor, gongstk. on cup bells 5.851
en supper, for the evening of Jan. Big Ben the National sleep meter 2.50 i
The Lumber City alarm
15. 1914, in the old postoffice build
•HI»« Bleep«; her breathing* are uot heard
W . A. P e rs e y T h e J e w e le r
In palace chamber* far apart;
The fragrant treaae* are not Btlrt’d
The price will be 35 cents, and
For Sale— 160 a. wheat ranch in
That Ue upon her charmed heart.
you will get all you can possibly
Hhe B leep*; on either hand upawell*
Subscrif« for The Oregonian — j
Sherman Co., Or. W iil take stock,
The gold-fringed pillow lightly pre*t;
eat, besides you will be in good
weekly, Sunday, or any erm-
or small place near Falls City. A.
Hhe sleep«, nor dreams, but ever dwell«
company and at the same time be binatiou desired— and get a 34-^
H. Benton, Newherg, Or.
helping a worthy cause. You are
pipe« dinner set as a premium. |
J.C. Patey of Portland, will speak
Horace Spencer Calkins
Full particulars at The News office, i
on “ State aud National Prohi
Supper time will be from 6 p in
bition, ” at the Free Methodist
Horace Spencer Calkins was to any old time.
church, this evening at 7.30.
born in New York State, Nor. 19,
Give the editor of The New« your j 1841, and died at his home in Falls City Folks Astonish Druggist
subscription to the semi-weekly Falls City, O t ., Jan. 5, 1914, aged
We sell many good tnedecines
Journal, the weekly Oregonian, the 72 years l month 16 days.
In 1865 Mr. Calkins moved to but we are told that buckthorn baik
Evening Telegram, or the three
of them if you like. Whichever you Michigan, and in 1867 he married glycerine etc,, known as Ad!er-i ka,
is the best we ever sold. Falls Citia ns
take, you will get a good paper at Misa Emily Hicks.
Four children were born to them astonish us daily by telling us how
an unusual bargain price.
QUICKLY Adler-i-ka relieves sour
G. W. Haptenstall, who owns a as follows:
gas on the stomach and
small farm south of town, keeps u
Many report that i
few good cows and is doing quite
well by shipping milk to the In
We are glad
dependence creamery. This would
he a better country if there were
more land owners like unto him
the age of 18 months;
Selig is having a “ January 9-day
Park S. Calkins, of Falls City.
Card of Thanks
Merchandise Fair Sale" with daily
Mr, Calkins and family came to
We wish to express onr thanks
and hourly special sales. This is a
Falls City, in 1893, where he resid to the quartet, to those who con
new feature in Falls City mer
ed until his death.
tributed floral pieces, t o Dr.
chandising, and i ■ attracting a
The entire family are members Officer and to the neighbors and
good deal of attention. Sales close
of the Christian church.
friends who assisted us so kindly
Jan. 17. See large bills for special
Mr. Calkius was a prominent during our bereavement.
citizen of Falls City for many
A number of people have taken
years, having been a city council
Mrs Vina Miller
advantage of my proposition of
man in 1898; auditor and police
Rough Dry Washing. You get it judge in 1900, and mayor in I90l.
Mrs. Stella Lowe
washed thoroughly clean, all star
For the past six years ill health
ched pieces are starched ready to
prevented his taking an aefive part
iron and the ladies say it irona
in business and city affairs.
Card of Thanks
better and nicer than anything
Mr. Calkius and his family have
We wish to express our heart
they had imagined. They say, why
always been held in high esteem in felt appreciation for the nuny acts
its just fine. Try it. its do ie at this community, and his funeral on
o f kindness and sympathy by our
Monday was attended by a large friends and neighbors during the
Some careless follows broke number of our oldest citizens.
sickness and death our husband
down the footbridge railing in front
The funeral services were con and father, If. S. Calkins.
of the reading room, one night last ducted at the house, at 2 p. m.
Mis. H. S Calkins.
week. A few more littla jokes like Wednesday, Rev. Lee Sadler offi
Mrs. Currie E. Calkins.
that and our dear friend Mr. Irvin g ciating. and the interment took
Mrs. May Belle Courier.
Matthews will need to build a new place iu the I. O. O. F. cemetery.
Park S. Calkins.
footbridge. Later the city council
Funeral director Chapman of
has put up barriers on the above Dallas, had charge of the burial
Special Card of Thanks
bridge, and posted “ Danger” notices exercises.
We wish tc publicly express our
Something will surely happen now,
sincere thanks to Mrs. D. F. Cour
Ben Taylor, an uncle of Dr.
ter for her uniform kindness and
Clarence Aikman died at his res
Officer, died at Grass Valley, Cal.,
courtesy in sending and bring’ ng
Dec. 28, He was a Kentuckian, idence in thisetyy January 8, 1914,
telephone messages for us, during
and came tc California during the aged 48 years 6 months 14 days.
the illness and death of our hus
Mr. Aikman was born July 24,
first gold excitement in 1849. Later
band and father.
he owned a toll road between Grass 1865, near Oxly Ont.; moved to
Mrs. Emily Calkins.
Valley and Colfax. He leaves a Michigan wheu 15 years old, with
Park S. Calkins.
large estate and several children, his parents; came to Oregon in
His sister Mrs. M. P. Officer of 1894; was married to Rachel M.
Card of Thanks
Slater, Mo., is Dr. O fficer’s mother. Syron Nov. 16, 1896, in the Siletz
1 wish to thank the many friends
Dr. Hellworth of Falls City was Basin; lived there until 1906, and for their kindness during the ill
a Dallas business visitor the last moved to Falls City.
ness and burial of my husband.
There were born three boys and
of the week....... Mrs. O. L. Carey
Mrs. Clarence Aikman.
and family of Falls City were Dal three girls— one boy died in in
las visitors the first of the week. fancy. He has one brother in Mich
State c f Ohio, city o f Toledo,
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Frink of igan and one in Alberta Canada
Frank J. Cheney mahee oath that he Is
FallsCity were calling on old friends
senior partner of the firm o f F. J. Cheney
S t Co., doing business In the City of To
in Dallas the first of the week.......
ledo. County and 8tate aforesaid, and
that said Arm will pny tho rum of ONE
I. 0 . 0 . F . Banquet
B. 1. Carey of Falls City was in
H U N D R E D D O LLA R S for each and ev
ery case of rstairh that cannot ho cured
Dallas this week,— Dallas Observer
by the use t f H A L L ’S C A T A R R H CURE.
F R A N K J. CH ENEY.
By tome mishap, the name cf
Sworn to before me and subscribed In
Rev. E. A, LaPow was omitted m y ijirrjniir % this tth day o f December,
A. W. OLEASON.
The Falls City Lumber Co. is us from tne report of the annual ban A (S?al>i m
N otary Public.
H all’s Cat trrh Cure Is taken Internally
ing the Great Western Co.’s shay quet in The News of last week.
and acts directly upon the blood and mu
Rev. LaDow made an excellent cous surfaces o f the system. Send for
for hauling logs from camp.
F. J. C H E N E Y S t CO.. Toledo. O.
Yard No. 2 has been established address on this occasion and should
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall’s Family Pills for constipation-
for loading logs.
R. B. Scroggs, o f the firm
o f Scroggs & Son, Eugene,
is in this city, and will call
on every fam ily in or near
town within the next few
days with thenew S croggs
W’ ater - P roof D ressing
for L e ath er . W e ask you
to give our Dressing a fair
trial on your Shoes.
House Furnishings, H ardw are
Office, North Main S t
over Fri n k’s con f . store
S«a. N«a. Toss.
A gray mare owned by Clem
Cleveland, broke her leg while in
a paeture and had to he shot.
Death of Three Pioneers The Gem Theatre News
F U R N IT U R E
A. G. Atwood, Dentist.
Wyrick Bancroft and Glen Ferg
uson have purchased the Clemons
If you own a house that ia for
rent, list it with The News, and we
will find a tenant.
Buy the Best
I. O. S ioulstoi «, Aoivt
house. Mr. Strayer has opened a
law office In the Tavorn building.
C. II. Trask and family hava
gone to Corvallia, for a atay of two
or three mouths.
The beet ie always the
cheapest. Cheap «roods
anywhere a r e never
cheap at any price. But
If you are not a judge,
you must rely on the
judgment o f others.
We have built up the
largest Drug business
in this locality by sell
ing only goods o f the
highest character and
never abusing the con
fidence o f those plac
ing reliance on o u r
T b 9
. Í a ü a C it y N * w i , J a i i u r y 10,1914
Il i» .«I.
flews of jf alls <L the
Let Hartung Suit you.
Look forScrogga' ad. in thin page.
A good ehow at the Gem tonight.
Read the want ads in 5th column
on page 2.
Job printing “ an you like it” at
The News office.
Russell * Gilbert highost grade
candies, at Ellis’.
Will pay 10 cents for copy of
News of Dec. 27th,
Beal home-made Candies, at the
Ellis confectionery store.
Walter Williams, of Dallas, was
s Falla City visitor, Tuesday.
Roy Gardner waa at Dallas last
Saturday, on business for The
J. F. Davia of the Heald Map
Co., Portland, waa in Falls City
Singer Sewing machines at Per-
sey's, also needles and extras lor
i l l makes.
’ Talbott for furniture, hardware,
The Art Club will meet at the
residence of Mrs. F. L. Talbott,
Attorney H. 0. Strayer and lam -
ily have moved to Falla City from
Portland, and occupy the Richey
and at prices to please
J .C . T A L B O T T ¿ C O M P A N Y
Great January Nine Day
Merchandise Fair Sale
Ends Saturday, Jan. 17
See large posters for full particulars
This is the most extraordinary Mer
chandise Sale ever held in Falls City
jfalls Cftç Department Store