Tn* F ama C ity N ews , Armi. II. 11H4 4 Home Talent Show and Dance 92 5 C n ig l|tfliifft|tIfia a ( t a u n t i n ' iC n ih u ' N o . Opera House, Saturday, April 11,1914 Madaline Thornton, Playwright and Producer R. V ictor A llyn . Business Manager I For a limited time we will make a specialty of producing plays for Lodges. Address. Box 323, Newberg, Oregon ] Doors open at 7.00 p.m. Show starts at 8.00 p. m. Dance starts, 10.00p.m. Show Tickets. 20c and 35c. Dance Tickets. 50c Tickets on sale at El lis ’ and H arri ngrt on’s and by K. P. PROGRAM Routine of Rip Roaring Farce Comedies Good for Laughs Only Overture, - - - Falls City Orchestra Wm. Grayum, - Blackface—‘some smoke’ Vic Allyn, - with the smile - —monologist Mrs. Mae Nichols . . . - Ballad “ How to Find Out How You Stand” In one Scene ------------------------------ CAST------------------------------- Mr. J. Stock well.......................R. Victor Allyn Mrs. J. Stock we! I............... Madaline Thornton Jack Renton................................... Mr. Erickson Mary White........................... Mrs. Edith Meyer The Undertaker..............................Mr. March Cakewalk—Specialty-The Misses Brown THE TELEC xR A IV X In two scenes, second taking place a year later Robert Burton ..............................Victor Allyn Mrs. Robert Burton......... Madaline Thornton Jimmy Bates...................................Mr. Johnston E.P. Brown Autos for H ire, to Dallas and Salem 7 ph °in* B. L. E L L IS Confectionery and IceCream Parlor. Fresh Fruits, home made Candies; Pipes, Cigars, Tobacco. Auto Supplies Repairing and Vulcanizing profcMtonal darbe Registration If you have not yet registered an a voter this v< nr, pieuse call on mo at The Newa ottico during week days and evenings. Registration closes April 15 !•. K. Hubbard, Registrar Everyb, •!" writes letters Many letters g<> astray in the mails be cause the postulllco people cannot locate the receiver n>• r the sender. Printed envelopes would help in handling mail. We will print 250 note heads (oixt'j) and 250 envel opes, ior lo 00, any winding you w'sli. Send The News to Your Friends Extra copies of The News are printed each week, and will be sent to any address desired, postpaid, for 2 cents per copy. This offer is made with the hope that our citizens will send these ex tra copies to people who may be, or who may become interested in Falls Citv. Citizens who wish to help The News give the newsof the town can render a good service by sending or phoning anv information they may have of local doings, especially of matters that are not likely to come under the personal observation of the editor. Post Office Time Card Office hours: Daily, except Sun day, 8 a.m. to 0.30 p.m. Mail arrives, from Salem-Dallas, 9.35 a.m., 3:45 p.m. Black Rock, 1 50 p.m. Mail closes, for Salom, 9.00 a.m. and 1.00 p.m. Dallas, 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 9.35am. Mail closes lor Salem 9:00 a.m. Effective Dec. 1, 1913. I ka C. M e h r u n g , Postmaster. Falls City, Polk Co., Or. Journal=Falls City News Journal Keg. ' ear K*te. "1th The N w% Daily, Sun. #7.50 $5.75 4.50 Daily, 5.00 2.25 Sunday, 2.50 Semi-weekly, 1.50 1.50 Subscriptions taken any time. Stop a t E llis ’ C o n f e c t i o n e ry T H E Falls M City’s A Best D Hotel E N A Phone 78 F. M. H ELL W A R TH PHYSICIAN A Brand New Line of We do anything in the Blacksmith line Dealer in Farm Implements and Wagons. Office in Toller Bldg., omc« am i ,,, UoiHoneo 1 lu m e o lio ATTORNEY G. Practice In all the Slat, ourla. Sulle II Bu.h Hrvymmi HM* , |>honr ÏKS d . O. Talbott & Co. H o ld i h e T r a in supported by a bevy of Falls City’s popular young ladies. H A R R IN G T O N ’S Miss Sears, in Song and Dance Fl'NEHAt. DIRECTOR R. L. CHAPMAN Funeral Directo» Wo altead la all work promptly. DalUa aaal Falk City. Or Suetnew dart's hotel jfaltedit^lbotel S a m p la R o o m s B a s t A c c o m m o d a tio n s F. D roe ge , P ro p rie to r RAKKKK SHOPS Bohle’s Barber Shops F a lla v a n Falls City Mercantile Co.B‘nk B,d,t Whtrt yea eta gel t Shirr. Hair Cat. B«lk or ‘Shiac Dry Goods, Groceries, and Shoes Ladies’ and Gents’ Furnishings R e m e m b e r th e Big 8 a !e o f M e n ’s a n d B oys’ F u rn is h in g s inCeartcrlldg. Look , - /w for Bit »«4 Bonner. JUStln ft Utt an« L u m b e r, F ru it, V e g e ta b le s an d B e rrie s Schools, Churches, 8 o o io tl« s , C lu b s B u ild in g C o n tro o to r. M ads. Phone 194 R e p a irs Falls City, Ore. Contractors and Builders See us before you build, We may save you money. Phone 1411 O re g o n C. W . M a tth e w s , P ro p rie to r An ro n e «ending a sketch and description n a y quickly ascertain ou r opinion frse w hether an A handsom ely lllnstrated weekly. m latlon of any scientific Journal. - Term T s, $3 a year : four m onths, $L Sold by all nei newsdealers. The citv of Falls City owns the gravity water system, ft# first cost was #80,000. Pure mountain water i# piped from paring* on Judge Teal’s ranch, 3 mile# away, at an elevation ot about 300 feet above city level. Oak and fir fire wood is plentiful and cheap. E lle & E lle S aul O uderkirk T rade M ark « D e s ig n s C o p y r ig h t s A c . lions strictly confident tenoy for^seruring p ate n ts. sent free, (fldest agency for i P atents taken through Munii i a Co. rsoelee iptcial tuAU t, w ithout W a te r en d W o o d CONTRACTOR# AND BUILDERS BUILDING CONTRACTOR P atents - » w - Falls City in situated in the Mouth central part of Polk County. Oregon, in section 21, township 8, 8., range 3,W.. Willamette mer idian, 27 rail mileM aouthweatof Salem, and 73 rail milea south- went of Portland, in the narrow* western end of the Little Lucki- mi in to River valley, surrounded on the north, south, and west by the foothill# of the Coast Range mountain#. Elevatiou, 883.38 ft above sea level. TraiiHportalion—Salom, Fall# City ft Western Railroad, which extends from Salem to Black Rock, a rail distance of 30 miles, with 8. I*, main lilt* connection# at Dallas, Gerlingcr, and Salem, and with the Oregon Klectrir at Salem Fall# City is incorporated a- a city, contains shout 800 acre#, valuation for taxation #252,000. The city administration is com posed of mayor, seven councilinen, auditor and police judge, mar- Hhal, treasurer, engineer, health officer. Salaries: Marshal and water superintendent, #G0; auditor. #25; attorney, 925. Electric-power planing and saw mill, log pond, dry kiln and lumtrer yard in tho city, lumber flume, logging road* and logging outfits, all owned and operated by the Falla City Lumber Co. The surrounding bench and hill lands are as well adapted to the production of fruits and Irerries as any other section of the Pacific Northwest, and development on these linen is going on. Vegetables and berries of many kinds grow to perfection ia and adjoining Falls City, and many acres are planted to straw berries nnd loganberries. Market conditions are improving stead ily, as production is increased. O V E N « 8 YE A R S ’ E X P E R IE N C E T h * H o r n * o f G ooU M e r c h a n d i s e land-claim «cstleri* cauie here many year« before that date. In 1900 the |H)pulation wan 209; in 1910, 900; 1914, aliout 1,250. O regon t Remember the Dance— Hearty Welcome to all Chas. Mix C ity , H O M E -M A D E C A N D Y Sextette—by entire c<;st______ The Idaho r a l l o C ity . O r. for I must have some of Mr. Jones..........................- ...............Mr. Strayer Mrs. Jones........................... Madaline Thornton Mrs. Willoughby.................Mrs. Der.a Dennis Algernon........ ’The Servant’......... Victor Allyn Manufacturer# and Homeaeekers who want to know the fact* con cerning Fall# City and its poiwihilitca for future development are rtHjuestedlo read the information given in these two column*. Fur further and more particular information, address The New#. T h e L o c a tio n 1031 Zhc Listen! F r u it a n d B e r r y O r c h a r d s D E N T IS T Dr. A.G. Atwood and get a dish of the famous Look! W o o d -w o r k in g F a c to r ie s DENTIST S a la m . O regon M T. HOOD ICE CREAM Stop! C o -O p e r a tiv e C r e a m e r y The Nam e Tho city d e riv e s it# name fro m th e falls of th e LiUl# Luckia- mute River, w h ic h M own th r o u g h th o c ity fro m th e We#t. The first Male of town lot* occurred in 1889, though donation D a lla s , O ragon just received C o -O p e r a tiv e C a n n e ry JAS. MELTZEL, A tto rn ey a t Law M O NUM ENTS Mrs. Bates.......................................Mrs. Strayer Susie Brown..................................... Mrs. March Policeman........................................W. P. Lewis r Pall. Clljr, Or,-g,it. M A R B L E A N D G R A N IT E WALL PAPER Program—concluded e and surgeon P h o n e 01 BLACK SM ITH Phone 171 PHYSICIAN G . L. H A W K IN S Commercial Trade a Specialty N. A. LUNDE the s Ofttco over Thom D'oui’« drug store. Mu tual pillino ¿vi Phong Night (’all idi MONUMENTS ‘Where they get those steaks’ --------------------------------------------- o r --------------------------------------------- — P h y s ic ia n a n d S u r f « a n R estaurant Sample Rooms in connection Offers exceptionally lino opportunities for theuaUtbliahment W . B. Officer, M . D. Phono ‘ Lenda Hand* Oregon PHYSICIAN FALLS C IT Y , OREGON Notice to News Subscribers A b lu a -p a n o ll erosa m a rk on th is n a tio n m o an s t h a t y o u r s u b s c rip tio n to T h o N o w s h a s a s p ire d a n d n o a d s flx ln p . Do It n o w . Falls City has a 12-grade school with a four-year high school course, with principal, nssiBtaut, and eight grade teachers. Its diplomas are accepted by t he higher schools in lieu of examina- ations. The entife community is justly proud of the school. The Religious organizations sre: Adventist, Catholic, Christian, Free Methodist, Methodist Episcopal, German Lutheran. The Fraternal societies: Ind. (>rder of Oddfellows, Rebekahs, Masons, Knights of Pythias, Pythian Sisters, Modern Woodmen of Amerira, Royal Neighbors of America, Woodmen of the World, Women of Woodcraft. Free reading room. Gem theatre, photoplay. Hydro-electric light generated by the power of the falls; owned by the Falls City Electric Co , W. B. Stevens president, II. C. Brown vice-president aud manager, A. W. Stevens secretary and treasurer. Telephone system, with long-distance connections. C. J. Pugh local manager. B u s in e s s E n te rp ris e s Fulls 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: Bakery, D. Tollor, Bank of Falls City, W. F. Nichols cashier. Barber shops, Wm. Bohle. Carpenters and Builders, Eile ft Elle, 3. Ouderkirk. Clothier, Tailor and gents’ furnisher, Chas. Hartung. Confectionery stores: B. L. Ellis, R. B. Harrington. Drug store, M. L. Thompson. Dentist, Dr. A. G. Atwood. Department store, N. Selig, Funeral director, R. L. Chapman. Furniture, J. C. Talbott ft Co. General stores. N. Selig, F. 0. Lumber Co., F. C. Merc. Co. Hardware store. J. C. Tall ott ft Co. Hotels: Falls City Hotel, Fritz Droege, owner &ud manager; The Madena, Mrs. Mae Nichols, Mrs. Deonit, managers Jewelry store. W. A. Persey. Land company, Falls City Orchards Co. Laundry, N. W. Crandell. Newspaper, the Falls City News, C. W. Lee. Photoplay tneatre, the Gem, C. J. Pugh. Physicians, Dr. W. B. Officer; Dr F. M. Hellwarth. Pressing amt cleaning parlor, I. A. Johnson. Railroads, Salem, Falls City ft Western, Southern Pacific. Real estate agent, F. K. Hubbard Realty Co, Restaurant, The Madena; Wm. Finley, owner. Saloons: Tne Oregon, C, W. Matthews; The Idaho, Chas. Mis.