Falls City news. (Falls City, Or.) 190?-19??, May 09, 1914, Image 3

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    T he P alli C ity N ew », M ay 9, 1914
They had a picnic dinner and, to
complete the "round of pleasure," The Gem Theatre Tonight
became lost in the streets < f that A 3-ioel feature, entitled
DUNCAN
J . C. Talbott & Co.
POLISH
“in Touch with Death.”
famous town.
Headquarters for
MOP
Dressmaking, plain or fancy, care­ This film was secured on a spec­
fully and promptly done, by Mrs. ial order, and though it is good
Ha r d w a re
Grace llulburt at her home on Day- enough for a 20c Nduiinsion, our
prie >»100
usual low prices will he charged.
Furniture
ton street uoith of the bridge.
Mrs. Msy Sires, who had beer, Selig is offering special prices on
I QUART
Furnishings
clerk in the poetoffice for some guaranteed Hour. Read his ad.
time, has gone to Portland. Mrs.
Stoves, Cfrpets, Rugs, Wall Paper, Tools, Iron Pipe and
Mehrling is now assistant post­
M. E . Church
Plumbing Goods, Office Fixtures, Sporting Goods, Etc.
master.
At 8 o’clock this evening the
J. C. T A L B O T T &. CO M PA N Y
Lee Sadler, while painting from girls
of the Sunday school will
a scaffold at the mill, la s t Monday, give "America's
Reception to the
rotó
fell and received a sprained wrist Nations.” Admission
will
and a bump in the side. He is im­ lie charged, for benefit fee of 10c home
home of Mrs. J. W. Ilalney next proving.
Tueuday
afternoon,
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lee enter­ missions.
Twentieth Century Prosthesis
Theme, Suuday morning: Mis­
Mra. ( ha*. Hubbard is viaitmg tained Mrs. J.W. Halsey, and Mrs. sions.
her mother, near Delia».
P. V. Cotter and little son Francis Theme, Sunday evening: In com­
For Sale, l>re*»er, Iron bed, and of Salem, at diuncr at the New memoration of Mothers’ Day.
Falls City hotel, Thursday.
H. K. Nichols.
Plans are being nude for the
Anatomically Oak Mr». chairs.
W. K. (jillicit is visiting The Falls City Electric Co. now observance of Memorial Day. exer­
occupies their new office, opposite cises to tie held at the cemetery
her mother, Mr». Tetherow.
and Cream, delivered morn­ the News office, A. W. Stevens in and also at the church.
Articulated ing Milk
M. A. Marcy, Paitor.
or evening. Call phone Blue35. charge. Electric light users are
requested to read the list of prices
J. H. Kennedy, of Portland, was etc.,
Free Methodist Church
printed on page 2.
a Fall» City visitor, last Saturday.
Dentures
Rev.
R.
E.
Nichols,
pastor
of
the
Ore. Fire Relief Aasoci'n,McMinn­ Free Methodist church, who has The Salem District Meeting for
the fourth quarter is in session at
ville. F. K. Hubbard, local agent.
Will not slip or slide when you| B. F. Bougbey of Salem was in been in poor health for some time, Salem, May 7-10; The Oregon
will probably be transferred to an­ Annual Conference will convene
chewr. If you are from
Falls City on business, Wednes­ other
charge, for the benefit of his at Portland May, 20-24.
Missouri, call
day.
health.
R. K. Nichols, Pi6tor
Mrs. J. C.Talbctt returned Tues­ R. M. Wonderly received the
A. G. Atwood, Dentist. day from a visit to friends iu Port­ patent for hie home stead in 7-8, Harrington-Wooden Wedding
land.
fourteen years after the On Suuday, at tbe homo of Mr.
Office, North Main St.
Liveryman A. Edick has pur­ Siletz.
time
he
settled on the land. He and Mrs. B. I. Carey, near Falls
over Harrington'sconf. store chased
a large auto truck, for has not heard
the good news yet, City, Arthur N. Harrington was
freighting.
as he is on the homestead.
Aaron Walker, of Salem, was a Clean up the rubbish and gar­ united in marriage with Miss Pearl
r SA LEM , FA LLS CITY & WESTERN a business
visitor in Falls City, bage lying around your premises, M. Wooden, Rev. Marcy of Falls
City officiating.
Wednesday.
Passenger Train Schedule
so
that
the
health
of
the
com­
The beautiful old firm made an
Effective Dec. 1,1913
Mrs. F. A. Lucas of Junction munity may be co iserved. It does ideal
place for a quiet wedding.
117
Ml in
hi
is visiting her mother, Mrs. little good for your neighbor to The parlor
wi«T»m'Kn am.
am.
pm. pm. City
was decorated with
Salem . . . 6.35 9.45 1.10 3.25 II. S. Calkins.
"swat
the
fly"
if
you
provide
a
clematis.,
Oregon
grape and ferns.
Dallas. . . H.45 11.00 2.50 5.00
N. Selig, who has been ill and breeding place for more flies.
The
bride
was
crowned
a
Falls City. 9.25 11.86 3.25 6.35 unable
t3 attend to business for a The Falls City members of Co. wreath of flowers from which with
11.55
Bl'k Rock.
hung
IU IU IU
IU
is improving.
L, State militia, attended military a silk chiffon veil and she carried
KAlTftOt'ND am.
pm. pm. pm. week,
Fresh
Bread, Cakes,Cookies, Pies, drill at Dallas, Tuesday evening. a boquet of pink rosee.
1.05
Bl'k Kork
and other bakery goods, every day The spuad consists of C. C. Lee, Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Falls City. 9.35 1.25 3.45 5.40
Dallas . . . 10.16 2.00 4.25 6.40 at the Falls City Bakery.
corporal; Dewey James, Arch Wm Wooden, Mr. and Mrs. B. J.
Salem . . . 11.26 3.15 5.30 7.45
Why pay rent, when you can buy Montgomery, Arthur Benton, Wm. Carey, Mr. and Mrs. V . Morrison,
I. tj. H im im m , A qikt
-
*
a home cheap, on payments? For Ferguson, privates. Three more Mr. and Mrs. O. Carey L. D.
members are needed to complete Wooden.
particulars, address 8, box Q.
Mr. Ham * S sakar
Miss Murray's Millinery stock tbe Falls City squad. Who will join? After h delightful wedding din­
[ c o m e TO FELLS CITY. OREGON
is
being sold st reduced prices to F. P. Heydon returned Satur­ ner, Mr. and Mrs. Harrington left
anS Buy OraHarS Land
day from the meeting of the State on their honeymoon trip, to Har­
raise money for hoapital fees.
Chester Ward went to Salem supervising fire wardens and risburg, where Mr. Harrington’s
Friday to attend the quarterly con­ National Forest supervisors, held mother lives, and from there to
Calendar—flDap, 1014 ference
in the State house at Salem, Fri­ Florence.
of the F, M. Methodist.
day
and Saturday. It was a get- Miss Madeline Thornton, Falls
Fri.
Sal.
Tati
Tksrt.
Wri.
M
m
.
las.
All night Dance, given by the together
and was attend­ City's joliy little favorite, is back
1 2 Pythian Sisters at Wagner Hall ed by fire meeting,
fighters
ail parts of witli us for the 16ih iu one of her
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Friday evenii g, May 15, 1914. Oregon, who have from
reduced
own plays a Comedy Drama in
10 It 12 13 14 15 16 Abstracts of title promptly fur­ tire prevention to a science, forest
and
nished. Kates reasonable. Brown A saved millions in Oregon fire loss. four ads entitled “His last chance”
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Sibley,
a college story full of lively clean
Mill St., Dallas, Or.
24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Only 610
comedy
that is enjoyed by old and
three cows left, but these ere
Why Work all Day Sunday
young.
piece “Love
the pick of my herd. Pi ices: 980,985 Wheu you can get a fine chicken will win" A a frontier
melodrama
one
995, Phone 271. J. E. Beezley. dinner at the Madena restaurantfor scene will give the people of in Falls
For sale, Oat and Vetch hay, 910 25c, or 50c, and uolhing to do but City an opportunity to see Miss
ton; white Oats85cbu. Phone A.D. eat
Thornton as a western girl, a
152. W. F. Good, Monmouth, R. 1. and enjoy being alive? Try it. character
that she is as muck» at
Mrs. L. M. Robertson took her
Why not Celebrate?
home in as in any part she plays.
daughter Opal to Salem, Tuesday,
Spectacular drill, sextette and oth­
for treatment for weakness of sight. A big fourth of July celebration er specialties.
in Falls City this year would be
Edw. J. Himes of Dallas, Demo­ the
proper thing, since none of
Carpet and Rug Weaving
cratic candidate for county survey­ our near
neighbors
intend
to
do
so.
or, was a Falls City visitor, Thurs­ Let's get together on this propo­ Also hair switches made from Comb­
For Patton’s Paint.
ings. Phone 314. Mrs.C. E. Gibson.
day.
and revive the old custom
Rogers Stain Floor
Anderson Walker, who moved sition,
List of Letters
having a worth-while Indepen­
for furniture and all
to Salem last December, became of
Remaining uncalled for in the
ill and was taken to Portland, some dence Day celebration.
interior work. Floor
Falls
City postoffice for the week
time ago.
euding May 2, 1914.
Boy Scout Notes
Paint, Wagon and
Mrs. P. V. Cotter and little son
LADIES
Buggy Paint,Screen
Francis, are visiting Mrs. J. W. The work on the Boy ecout Bolton, Mrs. W. M.
Halsey and other Falls City friends, building will begiu immediately. Bohle. Mrs. Lois
Paint. Lead and Oil
this
week.
The money is being collected and Lake, Miss Ida
—Kalsomine; also a
those who have subscribed, please
Mrs.
J.
P.
DeWitte
came
over
GENTLEMEN
good assortment of
from Monmouth, Suuday, as chap­ be ready.
Benson, Mr.
Brushes.
eron of an auto party of four nor­ A scout council was elected, as Marr, Mr. William
follows; M. L, Thompson, Presi­ Poison, Mr. A.
mal students.
dent:
N. Selig, Vice Pres: Walter Thomas, Mr. Harvey
At the close of regstration on
Nichols
Treas. A building com­ Walker, Mr. H. E.
April 30, 022 names had been put
mittee
was
appointed as follows, These letters will be sent to the
on the books for the four Falls
W.
F.
Nichols,
W, P. Lewie, and dead letter office, May 16, 1914, if
M. L Thompson City precincta.
O,
Elle
will
oversee
the work on not delivered before. Iu calling for
The Osh are not the only things the buildiug.
the above, please say,“ Advertised,”
that are beginning to bite. Doge
giving date of list.
are
also
doing
aome
biting.
Be­
Good Suggestion to Falls City People
H e w s o fJa lte C ih e
Ira C. Mehrling, Postmaster.
ware of the dog.
It
is
surprising
the
amount
of
Th.r*
I* mor« Catarrh In thla aretlon of
For sale, recleaued red Clover old, foul matter the simple mix­ the country
Why not celebrate?
than all other diaeaae* put
together,
and until the last few yeara
Seed, l<4c per pound; choice grey ture of buckthorn bark, glycerine, w at auppoaed
to be Incurable. For a areal
Let Hartung Suit you.
many yeara doctors pronounced It a local
Oat*.
Phone
24155.
C.
S.
Calk-
etc.,
known
ae
adler-i-ka,
drains
dlaeaae
and
prescribed
local remedies, and
Polk County Fair, Sept. 17,18,19 ius, Airlie, Oregon.
by constantly falling to cure with local
from
the
system.
This
remedy
be­
treatment,
pronounced
Sci­
The best ahow at the Gem tonight The school had a half holiday, came famous by curing appendici­ ence has proven Catarrh It Incurable.
to bo a consti­
tutional
disease,
and
therefor*
requires
Read street improvement notice, Friday of last week. The ball park tis and acts on b m i the upper and Cure,
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
manufactured by F. J Cheney *
ou page 4,
Toledo, Ohio, la the only Constitu­
and the big woods became play lower bowel so thoroughly that o n e Co..
tional cure on the market. It la taken In­
In doses from 1# drops to a tea-
Wanted, three copies of The grounds for a few hours.
dose relieves sour stomach, gas on ternally
spoonful. It acta directly on the blood
and
mucous
surfaces of tha system. They
Newe; date April 25,
Mr». Chaa. Trimble and Mrs. L. the stomach almost immediately . offer one hundred
dollars for any case It
falls to cure. Send for circulars and tes­
Jerry Snyder is very ill, at the M. Robertaon and children went We are mighty glad we are Falls timonial».
Address: T. J CHENEY * CO , Tolsdo. O.
home of H. C. Browu.
to Black Rock by train, and re­ City agents for Adler-i-ka. M. L. Sold
by D ruggists, 78e.
Taka Ball's V astly Pills for eonstlpatloo.
The Art Club will meet at the turned afoot, Friday of last week. Thompson, Druggist.
Come to the
Drug Store
A COMPLETE LINE OF
Mens Furnishings
Gents Hats, Shirts, Shoes and Oxfords
m I
We have the Newest Styles in Straw Hats
We Dave the Largest Stock of Shirts in Town
Golf Shirts in the plain and pleated bosoms;
Negligee Shirts; flat, military and auto collars
Underwearforthe hot Weather
Balbriggan and Porosknit Underwear;
P. Q. A. and Athletic Union Suits.
We have selected from the best lines on „„.y .
the market, and aim to sell on the smallest npccc RFTTFB’’
margin, which entitles us to our motto:
■ CIIIX
C h a s . HARTUNG
Exclusive Men’s Furnisher
CLOTHES CLEANING AND PRESSING
I. A. J O H N S T O N
CleaningandPressing
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT
Sample Room»
Commercial Trada
Muellrr Building
a Specialty
Zbc flDabena
Parlor
French Dry Cleaning, Repairing
and Alterations. Buttons made
for ladies clothes. Work called
for and delivered. Phone 126
Madena Restaurant
REAL ESTATE
Meal» at all hour»-beat on tbe market.
F . K. Hubbard Realty Company
Real Estate' bought, »old. and exchanged.
Collection!. Insurance, Abstracts.
Notarial work; Legal Documents Prepared
Office, In the Falls City News office.
For sale. 2U&- good land; 3-4 a.
in fruit; 8 r. house, furnished; city
water; barn, other bldgs; chickens,
cow, yearling heifer; hogs; harness,
tools;price 92500, half cash; box 170.
Fa 11 » City's Best Hotel
Mr». MaeNlchola
Manager». Mrl
n .n n u
For good »at», a • to th o
W m . F inley , Prop.
Parcels Must Bear Return Card
The attention of all is directed to
paragraph 4 of section 470, Po«tal
Laws and Regulations, Which re­
quires that tbe name and address
of the sender shall appear ou every
package that is to be sent by par­
cel post, or it will not be accepted
for mailing.
Ira C. Mehrling, P. M.
SELIG’S
A GOOD BUY
Weeks ago, before the recent ad­
vance in Flour, we contracted for
a car of Eastern Oregon Flour
The Carls Here
And we are going to give you
the benefit of this excellent buy
I l l r l n i p n v p l r IQl
ia l F I l IUUI
a u f a pa^ent ^ard w*iea^
every sack guaranteed;
specially priced at
18
White Rose specially
a hard priced
wheat at blend'
$
1.35
1.25
$
We want you to try either of these
Flours with every confidence. If,
after using any portion of sack, you
are not entirely pleased, your money
will be returned. Fair, is it not ?
SELIGs
falls Citç Department Store
a