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STREET G R ID E NOTICE
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To A. N. Robinson, M. W.
Mr. and Mr». Aulitici are visit
Chappell estate, George March,
fjw Jessie Moyer, J. It. Moyer, Cath ing in Bii kri tl.
M imm R i c k s i i i i <>f I'ortlitnd i « vis*
To A. J. Wurtzbergar, K. Rob- ¡ting her sister, Mrs. Marry.
inson. A. F. Courier and Jeldena
Mi-s Kinina Christenson spent
To C. J. Pugh. Jos. Wankey, Saturday mul Similar In town.
estate, Alvina Quick, Chas. E.
Just received a car load of extra
Star-u-Htar shingles at Ci. D Treat.
To A. K. Courter and J. Cour
Shakes For .Sale— No business
ter. FI L. Bancroft, P. Bogard
Stove*, Carpels, Ku^5. -j'i and ft. Howard.
done on Saturday. M B. Gibson,
To Jos. Wankcv. est.. School j Phono '<11.
Wall Paper, Tools, Iron
District No. r.7, S. Cook, Sadie
Mr Hh(l MrM Thompson and
Pipe and Plumbing
Ttm e. S. M. Kratzer. Jas. Fiona! (
,k. „ warth „ „ at
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To Alama A. Quick. Mrs. D.M '
Office Fixtures, Sport
Graham, MrH. Emma Bancroft.
SV. II Dorman is having his
ing Goods, Ete.
Joseph Floria. Electa Bancroft. ' house painted and decorated, R.
Richard S. Ferguson.
P. M. |»-u| j„ j 0j „ B the work.
Jones, A. K. Courter. J. Rhode-
Mrs. Bert Dennis and daughter,
To W. W. Ebert, Wilbur P. Lela went to Portland Thursday to
'iWy s'Vi ?J
Lewis. N. Ferguson, A. F. Court attend the Rose Festival.
er and Jeldena Courter, W. L. Ore. Fire Belief Associ’n,McMinn
A R. Htiblmrd in painting 11. C. Gilson estate, L . F’ rink, J. Rhode- ville. F. K. Hubbard, local agent.
barger, Richard Roe and John
j Brown's residence.
Milk and (Team, delivered morn
Doe unknown owners o f iots 1.
1'iarik Hayden was in from the 2, 3. 4. 5, and l j a. tract all in ing oi evening. Call phone Blue35.
block F\ fronting on Ellis street.
ill .v F ranch this week.
The Falls City Electric Light A
To J. M. Dennis, estate. R.
Mrs. W, F. Good of Monmouth
Co., will sell 10 walls Tnng-
Paul. J. W. Halsey, Richard Van-
! was in Falls City Wednesday.
for 35 cents. 00 watt
Den Bosch, Joseph Harlan, C* T.
Irvin Matthew's of Portland w a «1 West, Dale Bell, Jennie M. Cobb, fjr 50 centi.
Chas. Hubbard. J. H. Lewis, I).
ini town Saturday on business.
Mrs. Lee Sadler left Monday for
i" ' .-»oi,.-. in
1!. W. Robinson lias sold his j interest, property holders and i y.tllup. Wash., w la-r» she will
| f«rm to Martin Smith of Colorado, j owners o f F'alls City, Polk Conn- spend tin' summer.
NV„. Finhy ».as moved all his
C. C. Gardner from Bridgeport! ty. Oregon, w h o « property is
fronting or abutting upon the
was transacting business in the! streets hereinafter described,
household good* l ack from I ort-
j city Tuesday.
Notice is hereby given, that land to Falls City an 1 intends to
J. C. Talbott & Co.
H a r d wa re
C .T A L B O T T & . C O M P A N Y
Twentieth Century Prosthesis
Mrs. K. K. Beer.ely went to i the city council o f Falls City,
Will not slip or slide when you < Crowley the first of but week to i Oregon, contemplates the pass-
chew. I f you are from
age o f an ordinance .establishing
visit relatives lor a few weeks.
grades on the following described
Dr. M. L. Thompson, wife and streets and parts o f streets, to-
family went to Portland Thursday wit:
All that part o f Prospect ave
in their auto to attend the Bose
nue beginning at the intersection
Office, North Main St.
o f Fifth street with Prospect
J. K Beeiwly returned Saturday i avenue and running thence east
over HarrinKton’sconf. store
( from a week's trip that included to the intersection o f Prospect
Crowley, Corvallis, Newport, Salem j avenue with Alder street;
All that part o f Alder street
' and Dallas.
beginning at the intersection o f
For sale, reck-aued red Clover j
SALEM , FA LLS CITY & WESTERN
Prospect avenue with
Seed, 10.1c per pound: choice grey street and running thence north
Passenger Train Schedule
Kffective Dec. 1.11)13
<>ats. Phone 24155. C. 8. Culk- to the intersection of Alder street
Ht 1 HA
with Fairoaks avenue;
ins, Airlie, Oregon.
DID. p m .
All that part o f Fairoaks ave
Salóni . . . r, 35 9 . 4 5 1 .1 0
To loan, by tbn first of July.
nue beginning at the intersection
1 1 .0 0 2 . 5 0 5 . 0 0
8 .4 Í»
D a lla ,* . . .
$11000 at 7
on good farm and
1 1 .3 5 3 .2 5 5 . 3 5
o f Alder street with Fairoaks
F u l l . i l 'i t v ■ 8 .5 0
first mortgage only. Call at New avenue and running thence east
1 1 .5 5
Bl'k R o c k .
Falls City hotel.
to the intersection o f Fairoaks
Art T. Baker left Sunday after avenne with Ellis street;
1 .0 5
Bl’ k Bock
All that part o f Ellis street be
9 .3 0
1 .2 5 3 . 4 5 5 . 1 0
F u l l s City.
noon for Kansas. We did not
ginning at the intersection o f
Dallas. . . 1 0 .1 5 2 .0 0 4 .2 5 I L I O
loam the section of tlie state lie
Fairoaks avenue with Eilis street
Sul«*m . . . 1 1 .2 5 3 . 1 5 5 . 3 0 7 .1 5
intended to locate ill.
and running thence .south to the
Î «# MlNGl » 1 *N. A»l
Bills are «lue and payable on the intersection o f Ellis street with
1st of tlie month, at the office. A North Main street:
All that part o f Sheldon ave
! charge of 5c for each It» c. p. need
M r. H om e Seeker
nue beginning at the south line
■ C O M E T O F A L L S C IT Y . O R E G O N J
will tic added to all bills not paid
o f the right o f way o f the Salem,
and Buy O rch a rd Land
Ion or before the 17th.— F. C, lilec- Falls City & Western Railroad in
irie Light iV Power Co.
said Sheldon avenue and running
thence southeasterly in Sheldon
.1 II Glass of Stay ton, Oregon
avenue to the city limits o f Falls
C a lc tfta r — 3 u n c , 1 0 1 4
former owner of the F h II s City City. Oregon;
Suo. Mon. Tun. Weil Thun. fri. Sit. Hotel was in town from Saturday
All the above described streets
6 until Monday. Mr. Glass was on a n d parts o f streets being locat-
12 13 I l.is way to Seaside where he ex- e d a n d situate in the city o f Falls
City, Polk County, Oregon.
19 20 ipcil- to engage in the hotel biuii-
14 IS 16
Profiles and plans o f the im
21 22 23 24 25
provement proposed to be made
Captain "B u d '’ Wilson wan hero
on the above described streets
28 29 30
last Saturday night with Ilia Mex are on file in the office o f the
ican War Pictures that were shown Auditor and Police Judge.
at the lCureka Theatre. Captain
That the city council o f said
‘ Bud’' w a * so favorably ¡m pressed city will sit in the council cham-
with tile town that be stopped over ber o f said city on the 16th day
o f June. 1914, at the hour o f 7:30
until Sunday afternoon.
o ’ clock in the evening o f said day
A. G. Atwood, Dentist,
This Will t
B r in y ib u
J. K. Beezely is making arrange
ments to move to Newport. “ Pat"
Murphy will have chatgo of Mr.
liee/, ley's place adjoining Falls
City. Mr. Beezely has live«] tn
this section all his life anr'l he and
What th* ma|?a/Ine la io tha bi«l wife have many friends who
modem. automatic nfle. the *tem
i gict to see tlieai leave.
wind to ihr modem watch, ihr butto»*
P E N
to the rlertnr N il. ilic wonderful yet
simple CRESCENT FILLER w to
It fills amt « lo ins itself instantly by meant o<
lh« "l rracent Filler * Also the «mont hr si u rtimi; pen—
never "hanjrt fir« "or make? a nu-\ but meets every
willing need with a pruni«*» that is remar
Fineel I l k herd. »rMlitim pointed gold pena <n all
pruni* and lor all •u#g--m«niiokfin(, )»* khrrmnf.
rtrn.«t.tp)ir, t i t IVitra. U 'W and up.
FOR SALE BY
B I. Carey was in Tuesday and
said that in giving bis age las',
week us one of the veterans of tho
civil war a mistake was made, that
be was 7ti years old instead of 72
as it read. Usually men and eohib -
times women, are prone to under
rate their age, but we presume that
brother Carey has passed that ago
and is reoonciled to the fact that
“ old ago is honorable” and to live
long is to live well.
For first class laundry work amt
a Polk county laundry. Our plant
is modern, only competent help
employed. Compare these prices
with others: Negligee shirts v.ith
cuffs attached 10c; pleated with
cuflu attached 15c; collars '2.1c;
cuffs per pair 5c, basket tea ves
Let Hurtling Suit you.
Wednesday morning and is retu rn-
The best show at the (Jem tonight
ed Saturday morning. Agency at
Fresh Bread,Cakes,Cookies, Pies, Win. Bohle’s barber shop. Dallas
amt other bakery goods, eviry day Steam Laundry, A E. Th'jmpso.n,
at the Falls City Bakery.
M. L . Thompson
flews of jfallsCit^
stay f«»r ever more.
\ dinner was given Monday in
ho|)(ir o| Rev and M rf. J K Mil-
bams and Mrs. Stevenson by Mr.
and Mrs. Wiu.-Finley of the Ma-
The Company L sijuad of the
State Militia went to Dallas Thurs
day and joined tho rest of the
company and went to Portland
Friday. They will parade at the
Misses Lucile Finlay and Leta
Dennis entertained their teachers,
Misses Wolverton and Mack with
a dinner. After tlie dinner they
went to the theatre when- they en
joyed themselves exceedingly.
Gents Hats, Shirts, Shoes and Oxfords
We Have the Largest Stock of Shirts in Town
We have the Neweht Styles in Straw Hats
Golf Shirts in the plain and pleated bosoms;
Negligee Shirts; flat, military and auto collars
I Underwearforthe hot Weather
Balhriggan and Porosknit Underwear;
P. Q. A. and Athletic Union Suits.
We have selected from the best lines on ((p^y |
the market, and aim to sell on the smallest
margin, which entitles us to our motto;
I C h a s . HARTUNG
Exclusive Men’s Furnisher
H O T E L A N I» R E S T A U R A N T
San»pin R oom »
M u eller B u ild in g
Com m ercial Trade
F ü lltC Ü y '«
H ow l
Mrs. Mae Nichols
anaxers. Mrs. Len a L en m s
For g o o d e a ts , g o to th o
In last week's i--ue of the New*
we made an error in the Falls Citv
Electric Light & Power Co , local.
The price should have heen 35c for
40 watt* Tungston globes instead
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Will Increase Water Supply
The city has received 1500 feel
of 6-inch water pipe to connect
Glaze creek with the present water
supply. This will add greatly to
tlie water supply and there will b*
no slioitage of water. The pipe
Wednesday an is lieing
place 1 on the ground.
Farmers aie busy with hay mak-
Mail arrives, from
Salem-Dallas, 8.60 a.m., 3:36 p.m.
Black Rock, 2 00 p.m.
Why Work all Day Sunday
When you can get a line chicken
dinner at the Madcna restaurantfor
2,5c, or 60c, and nothing to do but
eat and enjoy being alive? Try it.
Mail close«, for
Salem, 0.00 a.m. and 1.00 p.m.
Dallas. 9.00 a.m. and 5/H) p.m.
Black Rock, 11.00 a.m.
Falls City Lodge No. 148. I. O.
O. F .t elected the following officers
for tho ensuing term. The officer»
elected were: Wm. Finley, Noble
Grand; John Hughes. Vice-Grand;
Ci. D . Treat, Secretary; George M
Office hours: Sunday only, 9:30
to 10:30 a.m:
C L O TH E S C LE A N IN G A N D P KEBSISO
I. A. JO H N S T O N
P a rlo r
French Dry Cleaning, Repairing
and Alterations. Buttons made
for ladies clothes. Work called
for and delivered. Phone 126
W m . F inley , Prop.
Meals at a ll hour»—best on the market.
We make Window and Door
in all sizes. They cost little more
than cheesecloth. Get our prices.
Shop at ihe north end o f the fo otb rid ge
Mrs. and Mrs. Tedric and family
are here from Iowa to spend the
summer with their mother, Mrs.
andjat said time and place to hear Graham and family.
and determine objections an i
Waltei Diereling who has been
remonstrances against the estab-
lish m en fof said grades, if any visiting friends here for the past
there be, and,
fmiT weeks has returned to his
That all owners and other per home in Idaho.
son in interest may attend at said
time and place and show cause if ( Mis* Edith Barnhart is home
anv they have, why such propos- again after a stay of thi.ee week*
ed grades should not be estab- in Falla City,
Mr. and Mrs. W right have re
Done by order ot the City turned from a trip to their old
Council o f Falls City, Polk Coun
home in St. John near Portland,
ty, Oregon made on the 2d day
with them their house
o f June, 1914.
Witness my hand and the offic
ial seal o f said City o f Falls City,
Or egon this 5th day o f June, 1914.
Post Office Time Card
(L . S .)
C. W. L e e .
Office hours: Daily, except Sun-
Auditor and Police Judge
o f Falls City, Oregon.
lay, 8 a.m. to Ü.30 p.m.
Send The News to Your Friends
A COMPLETE LTNE OF1
ELLE & . ELLE
F . K. Hubbard Realty Company
Real Estate bought, sold and exchanged.
C ollections, Insurance, Abstracts.
N ota ria l work . L egal Documents Prepared.
Office, in the Falls C ity New s office.
Druggist Says Ta k e Only One Dose’
We want to tell those living in
Falls City, suffering from stomach
or bowel trouble that we are Rgeuts
for the simple mixture of buckthorn
bark, glycerine, et«'., known a s
Adler-i-ka, the remedy which be
came famous by curing appendicitis.
This is the most thorough bowel
cleanser known and just one dose
relieves sour stomach, gas on the
stomach and constipation almost
i m m e d i a t e l y . You will be surpris
ed at the quick action of Adler-i-
ka. M. L. Thompson Druggist.
For sale, new view camera; or
will trade for good cow. Call News
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 17th.
Mail arrives from Salem 8,60a.m.
Mail closes lor Salem 9:00 a.m.
Kffective May 20, 1914.
I ra 0. M khrmnu , Postmaster.
Falls City, Polk Co., Or.