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THE FALLS CITY HEWS.
JULY 4, 1014
Boy Scouts Heard From
W H IT E R O T A R Y
S E W IN G M A C H IN E S
Closing Out at Cost.
J. C. T A L B O T T & CO.
New|>ort, Ore , June BO, 1914
Falls City, Ore.
We arrived yesterday
morning, went deep sea fishing in
the afternoon nnd are now camped
about 200 yards front the beach
and If miles from Newport.
All well and having a big time,
M. A. Marcy.
M. E. Church
IWM WQM m
Hews of jfallsGit^
Twentieth Century Prosthesis
Let Hartung Suit you.
Will not Blip or slide when you
chew. If you are from
A. G. Atwood, Dentist,
Office, North Main St.
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SALEM, FALLS CITY & WESTERN
l’iu«'niii'i Train Schedule
Kffective Dec. 1,1913
am. pm. pm.
Salem . . . 6.35 9.45 1.40 3.25
Dallas . . . 8.45 11.00 2.5015.00
Falls City. 8.50 11.30 3.25 5.36
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Falls City. 9 .:» 1.25 3.45 5.40
Dallas . . . 10.15 2.00 4.25 6.40
Salem . . . 11.28 8.15 5.30 7.45
Dr. Jamea Moore of Salem, Pre
siding Elder, will preach at the M.
K. Church Sunday morning, July
6, at 11:00.
A cordial im itation ia extendid
to all to be present and hear a
u ik t
at the Dallas Steam Laundry.
Mrs. Stimpling was bruised
18 Bohle is agent. Buudles go out
about the right arm and side Wed
25 Tueaday evening. Your business nesday by falling from bridge No.
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B r in g Y o u
Whsf f tht / m afs/m e T
modrnO automata nfle. the stem
' Wind to the modem watch, the butto*
to the elBCtnc bell, the wonderful ysl
CRESCENT FILLER » 9 * ^
St If - r i l l i n g
It Alla and rlesna itaslfl
K I instantly by meana of
the Crescent Filler '* Aten the amoothaat wnhng pen-»
never ’hang* Are* or makes a mitt. hut meet« every
witting need with a prertatnn that ta
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FOR SALE BY
M. L. Thompson
11. She was walking alopg the
Mra. J. H. Flowers and daugh railroad track near Dutch creek
ter, Margurete, of Salem, visited and had walked out on the bridge
with Mrs, M. L. Thompson last when a train come in sight and
she became panic stricken and fell
from the bridge.
M. L. Thompsou went over to
Saisiu last Saturday in his car.
Mr. and Mrs. Nichols aud Mrs. J
C. Talbott accompanied him.
Mrs. Hazel Auderion bad tbe
Mrs. G. A. Roberts and two eons misfortune to lose tbe third finger
of Portland and Mrs. J. P. Dewtttt of her left hand last Sunday. She
of Monmouth, mother and sister was engaged in a friendly scuffle
of Mrs. I. G. Singleton are here and in some manner the ring on
her finger caught upon a nail tear
visiting and spending the 4th.
ing the flesh 90 badly that an am
Mrs. R. M. Wonderly ai.d her putation below the second joint
two sons left Sunday for a six waB necessary.
weeks visit with relatives in the
northeastern part of the state.
Why WorK all Day Sunday
They will visit at Portland, The
When you can get a tine chicken
Dalles, Moroand Tygh Valley.
dinner at the Madena restaurant for
Miss Edith and Clara Mont
26c, or 60c, aud uothing to do but
gomery, Miss Ells Mehrling and
and enjoy being alive? Try it.
Miss Isabelle Snyder are students
at the summer Normal at Mon
mouth. Falls City always contri
butes her share of patronage to
anything that is worth while.
Send The News to Your Friends
Post Office Time Card
Office hours: Daily, except Sun
8 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.
Monday night State Deputy J.
A. Mann organized the Home
Mail arrives, from
steaders in the Odd Fellows ball.
Salem-Dsllas, 8.60 a.m., 3:36 p.m.
After nominating the officers the
Black Rock, 2.00 p.m.
obligations were taken.
Mail closes, for
Salem, 9.00 a.m. and 1.00 p.m.
chosen: President— Bert Iverson;
Dallas, 9.00 a.m. aud 5.00 p.m.
V-President— Floyd Morrison;Sec-
Black Rock, 11.00 a.m.
Tress,— D. L. Wood, Jr; Marshal—
Office hours: Sunday only, 9:30
Gustoff Larson; Man-at-Arms—
to 10:80 a.m:
Samuel Gardner; Herald— Aleck
Mail arrives from Salem 8,60a.m.
Sleveueon; Lady of Charity— Mrs.
Mail closes for Salem 9:00 a m.
F Morrison; Lady of Entertain
Effective May 20, 1914.
ment— Leda Iverson.
Uet your butter wrappers print
The new order will be known as
I r a C. M b u r l i n o , Postmaster.
ed at the News office.
Fir Mountain Lodge.
Falls City, Polk Co., Or.
Autos For Hire
General Repair Shop
A COMPLETE LINE OF
A New Stock of
Gents Hats, Shirts, Shoes and Oxfords
Every W atch
G uaranteed by Both
Come in and see us
W. A. PERSEY,
SOUTH BEND WATCH
Mra. H. C. Brown haa been quite
Paul Rusk ie on the sick list
■iuk this week.
Miaa Ivey Dewetlc in working in
Charlie Shaffer, bridge carpenter
Drugstore will be open Sundays,
the phone office now.
at Camp 1 cut hie foot with an adz 9 to 11 and from 5 to 6.
C. It. Canfield of Black Rock Monday.
H. H. Stain of Monroe haa open
Mike McLaughlin, foreman of ed up a barber shop in town.
was in Dallaa Saturday.
Milk and Cream, delivered morn the Spaulding camp at Black Rock
Miaa Vola Selig attended the
ing orevening. Call phone Blue 36. spent the 4th here.
Cherry Fair at Salem Saturday.
Fred J. Holman and wife left
Lee Sadler left Tuesday for Lake
county where he haa taken a Thursday morning fjr an outing
in the coast country. They went
to Newport by rail and at that
Mra. W. A. Horsey and daughter
point will contiuue down the beach
Annie, weut to Salem Saturday to
on foot, fishing and camping as
visit friends and attend the Fair.
they go. They will probably re
Fresh Bread,Cakes,Cookies, Piee, turn by way of Eugene.
and other bakery goods, every day
Hollis, the 7-year old son of W.
at the Falls City Bakery.
M r. H o m e S<
S a a k a r-
Young was taken to the hospital
C O M I TO FA
L LI onccor
W. B. Stevens commenced work at Dallas Wednesday suffering
and Buy O rch a rd Land
on the street improvement work from appendicitis and underwent
an operation. The appendical ab
C. K. McFerren, who left here a scess had broken and the abdomen
( Ia l c n f t t r — 3ul\>, 1 0 1 4
short time ago for Castle Rock, was full of puss. While he is in a
Sat. Mon. Tatt. Wed. Than. Fri. Sal.
Wash., returned Wedneeday.
serious condition he is getting
Get your lace curtains laundered along very well.
h in u m c t u n
The beat show at the Gem tonight
Mre. Walter Nichols, Miss Leda
Mre. I. G. Singleton attended
the Chautauqua at Dallas Sunday. Dennis and Miss Lucile Finley
spent the week in Dallas.
Charley Moyer end wife have
M u. M. J. Cockerline and son
moved back from Gladstone.
Matthew left Monday for Walls
Mrs. I). D. Finley returned to
Walla, Wash., to spend the sum
her home in Fortlaud Sunday.
For sale, new view camera; or
A. N. Robison of Linn county
will trade for good cow. Call Newa
was here Wednesday visiting his
old friend, H. W. B a icrofl. Mr,
Mia. Frank Butler and Mre. Robison lived in Falls City many
Esther Montgomery were in Dallas years and still has property here.
He was Auditor and Police Judge
For Kent— 7 room house with of Falls City for a number of years.
bath, 910 per month. Apply at He is engaged in farming in Linn
Bohles' Barber shop.
Albert Teal and Sam Halsey
left Wednesday on a fishing trip to
the Siletz country.
Wm. M. Whyte, merchant of
Black Rock, was transacting busi
ness in Falls City Friday.
McMurphy and Bell have open
ed a Hamburg stand for the 4th
next door to the Oregon saloon.
We have the Newes.t Styles in Straw Hats
We Have the Largest Stock of Shirts in Town I
Golf Shirts in the plain and pleated bosoms;
Negligee Shirts; Hat, 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 „ p .y 1 ccc and
the market, and aim to sell on the smallest
margin, which entitles us to our motto:
h a s
Exclusive Men’s Furnisher
HOTEL ANI> RESTAURANT
Bam pie Rooms
Falla City's Best Hotel
Last Thursday night someone
fell against or broke out a window
pane in the Madena restaurant.
Word was received from Bert
Dennis who want to Coos Bay re
cently that he likee the country
Fred J. Holman and wife and
S. H. Tetberow and wife attended
the Chautauqua at Dallas last Sat
The Eureka Theatre has install-
ed an electric fan for the 4th to
cool its patrons off during the
afternoon and evening show.
CLOTHES CLEANING AND P1TE86ING
I. A. J O H N S T O N
French Dry Cli * ning. Repairing
and Alteratioria. Buttons made
for ladies clothes. Work called
for and deliverec'. Phone 126
W m . F in le y , Prop.
Meals at all hours—best on tbe market.
We makf; Window and Door
F. K. Hubbard Realty Company
in all sizes. They cost little more
than cheesecloth. G tt our prices.
Real Estate bought, hold and exchanged.
Collections, Insurance, Abstracts.
Notarial work; Legal Documents Prepared.
Shop at the north end of t&o footbridge
E L L E &. E L L E
Office, in the Falls City News office.
The Falls City .Electric Light &
Miss Ella Mehrling and Miss
Power Co., will soil 40 watts Timg-
Edna Barnhart of Falls City are
Dallas visitors during chautauqua. Ore. Fire Relief Associ’n.McMiun- stou globes for 35 cente. 60 watt
— Tuesday’s Observer.
ville. F. K. Hubbard, local ageut. for 50 cents.
Quite recently the wholesale hou e from whom we pur
chase quite extensively held their SEMI-ANNUAL CLEAR
ANCE SALE Well knowing the GENUINE BARGAINS this
reputable firm would offer, WE ATTENDED EARLY and
secured the choicest offerings.
These are now placed on sale to you at BARGAIN
PRICES meaning quite a saving on new dependable
merchandise. Redd a few of the items secured and
prices now in effect.
5 Pieces halt wool Challies
usual price 40 to 50c...............now 29c
1 Piece tan silk Pongee
usual price $1.......................... now 59c
4 pieces figured silk Poplin.
worth $1...................................now 69c
10 Pieces o f the new popular
Crepe worth 25c.................... now 19c
1 Lot ladies Union suits now on sale 25c
4 Pieces Batists usual price
15c to 20c..................................now 10c
1 Lot box paper and
envelopes regular 25c...........now 15c
1 Lot mens Ilet mesh shirts
and drawers................. ..........now 25c
1 Lot mens Ilet mesh
Union suits............................. now 48c
1 Piece wool and silk Voile .........now 48c
In addition to the above there are
numerous other items priced far below
regular price, as a visit to our store will
Reduced prices on Ladies hats 1-3 to i less
1 Lot ladies shoes and
Oxfords worth to $3.50 at...... $1.75
1 Lot ladies tan O xford s......................65c
Save Your Dollars By Trading at
SEUG’S, Falls City Dept Store.