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2811 Bancroft. H \V
-•*1 Bank of Falls Cilv
1S1 Barnhart. L . meat tukt.
271 Beetley. J. E.
311 Hedteut, H
158 Bell. J L.
333 Bell. Till
403 Black Rock P. O.
711 Bohte. bar her shop
220 Bohle. res
4310 Roje. D
50 Bowman, H A.
155 Bowman. J. A.
2211 Bradley. C J
348 Brentner, G. W.. grocery
white 52 Bronson. D. C., farmer
white 5551 Brown, A. B.. farmer
81 Brow n, H C.
white 551 Brown. Win., farmer
2201 Brown. W. T
501 Buell, Bert
2411 Buell. H., farmer
white 555 Burns. J H . farmer
white 3 Burns. W K . farmer
143 Butler. Mrs F.
Lbr. Co«, office
Lbr. Co., store
Lbr. Co.. Mach. Shop
Mercantile Co., store
Flcklin. C. S.
Fisher. A. G
Ford, Win., L*rmer
Foster, T. J.^ farmer
Frink, W .. farmer
Powell. C. E.
Powell. J B. S
Pugh, C. J
Puitli, l ’. J . res.
Baines. A. E
Bobertaon. J E.. farmer
Bobison. B. W
March. J C.
Marcy, M. A.
Martin. J. E.
Matthews.C W. The Oregon
Miller. A M.
Montgomery, Mrs. H. S.
Moyer, J D
Moyer, J R
Murray, W. H , farmer
Myer. A. E.
McKown, W. B.
McMurphy, G. L.
McPherren. C. E.
1321 Talbott. Fred
293 Talbott. J C.
293 Talbott. J C . store
4321 Teal. Albert
white 25 Teal, John
148 Tetherow, S. H.
77 Tice. Chas.
1961 Tice. Geo. M.
131 Titus, R.A.. drayman
336 Thompson, M. L.
• 125 Thompson, M. L.. drugs
12 1 Tonar, D . Bakery
white 151 Trueax. W. E . farmer
436 Vick, C F
54 Wooden, Wm
C o llie r ’s
The • N a t i o n a l • W eekly
F ir s t T im e
Office hours: Daily, except Sun
day, 8 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.
Mail arrives, from
Salem-Dallas,9.ft5a.m , 3:45 p.m.
Black Rock, 1 oO p.m.
Mail closes, for
Salem, 9.00 a.m. and 1.00 p.m.
D s II as . 9.00 a.m. and 5.00 p.m.
Black Rock. 11.00 a.m.
Office hours: Sunday only, 9:30
to 10:30 a.m:
Mail arrives from Salem 8.85a.m.
Mail closes for Salem 9:00 a.m.
Exclusive rights for the sale o f
Russell & Gilbert Candies.
Ellis Confectionery Store
U n til this year
Collier's has been
sold at $5.50. Now
the price is $2.50
'and we have secured
atoncession w here
by we can offer it
at a still further
reduction in con
nection with this
H re n o v
Special Offer to Our Readers
R e c o g n iz in g the g re a t de m a nd fo r Collierg at
the new p ric e , we h a ve m ade a rra n g e m e n ts to
o ffer it and o u r o w n p u b lica tio n e ach one year
fo r the p rice of Collier ’*alone. T h is is a lim ited
o ffer and m u st b e ta k e n ad va n ta g e o f p ro m p tly .
What You Get in Collier’s
OVER 66 YEARS'
EXPER IEN C E
I RADE ÏVIAHKS
D e s ig n s
C o p y r ig h t s A c .
Anrone sending a sketch and description roar
quick If ascertain our opinion free whether an
Invention ts probably Patentable, Communion-
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•ent free. Older, agency for securing patents.
taken _ through
spretai notice, without charge. In the
Collier *s ¡1 the one b ig . in d e p e n d e n t, fearlr* s
w e e k ly of the w hole c o u n try . N o t o n ly is it the
good c itiz e n ’ s h a n d b o o k b ut it is also a
m agazine fo r the w h o le fa m ily . A m o n g the
th in g s that a y e a r’ s s u b s c rip tio n g iv e s a re :
The city of Falls City owns the gravity water system, ft* flrst
cost was $80,000. Pure mountain water i* piped from soring« on
Judge Teal’s ranch, 8 miles sway, at an elevation o', about 300
feet above city level.
Oak and fir tire wood is plentiful and cheap.
S c h o o ls , C h u rc h e s , Societies, C lu b s
Falls City has a 12-grade school with a four-year high school
course, with principal, assistant, and eight grade teachers. Its
diplomas are accepted hy the higher schools in lieu of examina-
ations. The entire community is justly proud of the school,
T he Religious organizations are: Adventist, Catholic, Christian,
’ Free Methodist, Methodist Episcopal, Get man Lutheran.
The Fraternal societies: Ind. Order of Oddfellows, Rehekahs,
Masons, Knights of Pythias, Pythian Sisters, Modern Woodmen of
America, Royal Neighbors of America, Woodmen of the World,
Women of Woodcraft.
Free reading room. Gent theatre, photoplay.
Hydro-electric light generated hy the |>ower of the falls: owned
hy W. E. Newsom; H. C. Brown, manager. Telephone system,
with l.-d. connections. C. J. Pugh, local manager.
Extra copies of The News are
irinted each week, and will be sent
o any address desired, postpaid,
or 5 cents per copy.
This offer is made with the hope
hat our citizens will send these ex-
ra copies to people who may be,
r who may become interested in
Now that the rapid and perma-
ent development of this section is
ssured, it becomes the duty of all
ur citizens to take new courage
nd boost for a greater and better
A handsomely Illustrated weekly l argest rlr-
culatlon o f any scientific Journal. Term *.|:ia
by all newsdealers.
Q 3 6 1 Broadway.
T H E N E W S , . $1.00 j
Bakery, D. Toller,
Bank of Falls City, W. F. Nichols cashier.
Barber shops, Wm. Bohle.
Carpenters and Builders, Kile & Elio, S. Ouderkirk.
Clothier, T&ilor and gents’ furnisher, Chas. Ifarlung.
Drug store, M. L. Thompson.
Dentist, Dr. A. G. Atwood.
Department store, N. Selig,
Funeral director, R. L. Chapman.
Furniture, J. C, Talbott & Co.
General stores, N. Selig, F. C. Lumber Co., F. C. Merc. Co.
Hardware store, J. C. Talbott & Co,
Hotel: Falls City Hotel, American plan, J. B. Tawney.
Jewelry store, W. A. Porsey.
Land company, Falls City Orchards Co.
Laundry, N. W. Crandell.
Newspaper, the Falls City News, C. W. Lee.
Photoplay theatre, the Gem, C. J. Pugh.
Physicians, Dr. W. B. Officer; Dr F. M. Hellwarth.
Pressing and cleaning parlor, I, A. Johnson.
Railroads, Salem, Falls City & Western, Southern Pacific.
Beal estate agent, C. W. Lee.
Saloons: The Oregon, C. W. Matthews; The Idaho, Chas. Mix.
Mr. H o m a S a e k a r -
■nd Buy O r c h a r d Land
T h e S A F E b o y s’ m agazine
huil^uZiniooIOnlySl a ye ar
A ll bny fo r all bora, n o t a r h 'ld ’apnper. Clean as
a whistle, fu ll o f plrtnrew, 31 to f >'£pages ©very
month. M a n lr.ln spfrin getoriesof travel, ad ten »
turn, afhl' t i o , history, ©r-hcol lifo , written by
moRt nopal->r t«oyn‘ nnthors. Instructive rporln]
article*. F ln o articles on football and o th er
snorts. D erailm ents o f Mechanic«, Fle< trlclty ,
rhotorrranhy, Popular Beicnce, How to Make
Thlnr.s, Htnmp C’ollcctln*, Chh ken«. Pets, Gar
dcnlnrr. Inventions and Natural V/onders.
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Dr. A.G. Atwood
D E N T IS T
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Falls City. Or.
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Bohle’s Barber Shops
Falla City, O r a i * *
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Falla City. Ora.
t'O N T k A C T O R S A M I H U IM IK k S
Have your house repairing done
in the Winter, and save money.
We do all kindsof building and
repairing. Will be glad to rive
estimates. Phone 1411 Falls City
E LLE & ELLE,
Contractors and Builders
G . L. H A W K I N S
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Falls C'ty is well provided with the usual business enterprises.
The News contains the announcements of the following business
and professional men of the city:
jh e A m e r ic a n ß o v
FALLS CITY, OREGON
D a lla s , Oragan
Effective Dec. 1, 1913.
I ra C. M k h r l in g , Postmaster.
Falls City, Polk Co., Or.
Send The News to Your Friends
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600 News Photos
250 Short Articles
150 Short Stories
100 Illustrated Features
2 Complete Novels
Collier’s ____ $2.5«
Falls City is situated in fhe south central part of Polk County.
Oregon, in section 21, township 8, S., rangeO.W., Willamette mer
idian, 27 rail miles southwest of Salem, and 73 rail miles south
west of Portland, in the narrow western end erf the Little Lucki-
umnte River valley, surrounded on the north, south, and west by
the foothills of the Coast Range mountains. Elevation, 386 38 ft
above sea level. Transportation— Salem, Falls City it Western
Railroad, which extends front Salem to Black Rock, a rail
distance of 3U miles, with £. P. main line connection« at Dallas,
Uerliuger, and Salem, and with the Oregon Electric at Salem
Falls City is incorporated ns a city, contains about 800 acres,
valuation for taxation $252,000. The city administration is com
posed of mayor, seven counctlnien, auditor and police judge, mar
shal, tieasurer, engineer, health officer.
Salaries: Marshal and
water superintendent, $60; auditor, $25; attorney, $25.
Electric-power planing anti saw mill, log pond, dry kiln and
lumber yard in the city, lumber Hume, logging roads and logging
outfits, all owned and operated hy the Falls City Lumber Co.
The surrounding bench and hill lands are as well adapted to
the production of fruits and Iterries as any other section of the
Pacific Northwest, and development oil these lines is going on.
Vegetables and berries of many kinds grow to perfection in
and adjoining Falls City, and many acres are planted to straw
berries mid loganberries. Market conditions are ithproving stead
ily, as production is increased.
243 Wonderly, L. B.
247 Wurtzburgar, A. J.
Post Office Time Card
r i l Y S I l ’ IAN
L u m b e r , Fruit, V e g e t a b l e s and B e r r i e s
Wade. A A.
Wagner, V., farmer
Wambaugli. Mrs. E.
Ward. W W.
Webb. B. M.
White. E. G
Whyte. W. M
The city derive» its name from the fall» of the Little l.uekin-
mute River, which Hows through the city f r o m the Weut.
The first sale of town lot» occurred in 1X89, though donation
land-claim settler» ctuie here many years before that date. In
1900 the population was '260; in 1910, 960; 1914, about 1,5160.
4311 Young, B. F.
T h e Lo c a t io n
I will be at roy offica over Hail'd
barber.shop during the day, and at
Thus Xtws office evenings, from 7
to 71, to take your registration.
F. K. Hubbarcl, Registrar.
Owing to the numerous request*
jouiing to The News in regard to
realesiate transactions, renting and
jther business matters, from non
residents, we have decided to en
gage in the realestate business to a
limited extent. List your property
with The News and get results.
Physician ■■« >«*•••■
OBIr« o » » i Ttiuniwui)'« itra* alon. Mu
tual iiltuu* tvI fa o n « N tgh u ull 44 ,
PBYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Manufacturers «ml Homeaeeken» who want to know the facta con
cerning Falls City and its posaibilttea for future development »re
requested to read the information given in these two column«. For
further and more particular information, address The New*.
2810 Sammons. J. J.
284 Sampson. Ed.
1931 Sayre. E. A.
335 School House
blue555 Sears. D. W., farmer
301 Sellg. N . store
198 Sellg. N , residence
57 Seymour. A. E.
BlueSS Shepard, I»., farmer
113 Shepard. P J
221 Silctz Station
3931 Singleton. 1. G.
73 Skeels, S R
white 35 Smith, E. M .. farmer
white 615 Smith, Osi il
354 Spaulding, cook house
B.R 353 Spaulding Loggiug Co.
1311 Starr. H E
4 161 Stevens. W. B
149 Stewart. Al.
213 Switch Back
76 F. C. Restaurant
276J Ferguson. R S
137 Porter. A. \V.
C o -O p e ra tiv e C a n n e ry
C o -O p e ra tiv e C re a m e ry
W o o d -w o rk in g F a c to rie s
F ru it and B e rry O rc h a rd s
1921 Campbell. J A.
blue25 Campbell. S.
210 Camp No. 1
¡141 Hubbard. Chas
217 Camp No. 8
340 Hubbard. F. K
bluelS Carey, B. I., farmer
154 Hubbard. G W
327 Carey. Ora
221 Hudson. O 11
53 Chamberlain. J O.
Hunter. C. A.
531 Chamberlain. J T.
278 Chappell. Mrs.
371 City Livery Stable
721 1. O O F Hall
( v t
127 The Idaho
43Î4 Cobb. Jennie
337 Cook. S S
1131 Johnson. C. 1
521 Courier. Alex.
blue53 Jones. Floyd
24S Courier. D F
391 Crandell. N. \V
2731 Kerr. H G.
247 Rimes. Ray.
356 Dallas Lbr & L Co.
195 Kneeboue. Thos
1S1 Dallas Meat Co.
280 Krebs. Harry
1516 Davis. C W
blue35 Deal. M
2831 l^arson. Gus
351 Depot. Black Rock
blue5 DeWitte. F.
821 Lee. C. W
343 Dill. C.
blue251 Lee. E E . farmer
313 Dodd. A. H.
bluelSl Lee. J. H.. farmer
147 Dorman. W . H
white 255 Lee. W. F . farmer
white 4 Levee. J J.. farmer
117 Dueltgen. F
219 Lewis, E
196 Lewis. W. P.
i > (k. 1
1316 Edick. Alex.
1421 Lineback, A.
84 Electric Light Plant
white 53 Linderman. A. A . farmer
1411 Elle. Ole
281 Loftus, Geo.
71 Ellis, B L.. oonf.
139 Lowe. Geo.
1916 Ellis. Wm
121 Lunde. N. A , blksmithing
144 Estelle. Wm
Offleer. Dr W. 11.
434 Paul. B
blue45 Pickett. D W
blu«6555 IManktngtim. A. W.. fartnor
Hallstod. F B.
Harris. W. T.
Harrington. R . conf.
Hartuug. Chas., tailor
Hedgepeth. June, fanner
Heistand. H E.
Hellwarth. Dr., otfloe
Hoislngton. W m , farmer
Hollowell. T D
Hopkins, C. L.
Hinshaw Feed Store
HtnBhaw, w R
W . B. Officer, M. D.
white 552 Cage. H.. farmer
white 554 Gardner, C c., farmer
341 Gardner, Geo.
314 Gibson. M B.
140 Graham, Albert
283 Grahani, Joe
310 Graham, Roy
B.R.358 Gt. Western Lbr Co.
357 Gt. Western Lbr. Co., store
103 Grier. W. T
2821 Uriffln. U
58 Gottfried. K. II
blue551 Guthrie, F.
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