2 J U L Y 2/5. 10U. THE FALLS CITY NEWS. Œljr Jfalla ditti Nruttì D. L. WOOD & SON. Publishers. Kat^nnl as « issa mail st the* |a»at»>ff.«v St F slls O H r. lN*lk C w ra u . t'r»-|i*B. uutlrff lb » Act of LV or r«*ss of Mart'll 3, ISTI. Telephone News Offici. 83. Subscription fUtss: OiMyasr. $100; six month*. SO cunts; three months. 26 cents: mincis copy. 6 eta. The Newi is represented for foreign advertising; by T h « A m eric an Prssm Association O ners! ofAces. New York and Chioairo. Advertising Rates: Display, 10 cents an inch Business Notices, 5<**nts a line For Sale. Rent. Exchange. Want a Pay Entertainment No ticea. 5 cts. a line. Card of Thanks SOcta; Legal Notices, legal rates. Copy for new ads. and changes should be sent to The Sews not later than Wednesday. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY OF FALLS CITY F K. Hubbard. Mayor. T. D. Hollowell. Councilman at-Large W. T. Gr*er. H. C. Brown. Albert Teal Counciltuen A. Sampson. C. L. Hopkins, R. A. Titus. H. G. Strayer. Auditor and Police Judge Walter L. Tooxe Jr., City Attorney. W. P. Lewis. Marshal and Water Supt. VI. L. Thompson. Treasurer J. J. Sammons. Engineer Dr. F T *. Hellwarth. Health Officer. Various phases o f newspaper economics were discussed, partic ularly the “ Free Ihiblicity” as is being worked by the San Francis co Exposition bunch. While ull were practically agreed that it is poor business policy, yet in all probabilitics.thciv will be little or no change and the free space get ters will continue to flourish and wax fat. While it is improbable that very much financial benefit is derived from these meetings yet it is'good to get together and swap experi ences and get away from the office. Charles D. Tice Dead Notice o f estim ated Cost o f Street Im provem ent. Klack Rock Items. M r Sk io rctiii n«'d last Monday froni Porllnnd « I i h » li« hau beim visiling bis f.imilv for a i- w day», l'he Great W olo rt» inill i» at woik ptauning a fcw car !>>ads uf luu. La r. Mi>. IVophtf and ionG leim vvere up (rinn Salem last Monday tu visit her initiier and sieter. R. M. Wnmh'rly « f Falls City WH-» a Black R > k visitor Sunday. Miss SurliiiR uf this town was n Fall« City vieitor last Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Stevens and children havr returned Imme from attending ht-r hrotber’s fur.eral at Sahdn. L*st Monday evening, July 20. Mr. and Mia. Goo. Pye wem 1914, at his home in Falls City, down from camp visiling their Charles 1). Tice passed away after motlier Sunday. his long illness, his ailment being Mm. Edgar Baldcrree rrtumed known as Addison’s disease. h me W’cdnesday from the hoi- He was horn in Topeka. Kansas pital in Dallas. Man.li 29, 1 S7*>, being 38 years. H ninths and 21 days at the time of his death. List o f Letters He came to Oregon with his Remaining uncalled F>r in the The Council meets in regular session on the first parents at the age i f 15 years Monday evening of each month, at 7 ( » o ’clock. Falls City postoffio* for the month They settled at Albany fur two In the office of the Falls City News. ending July 18, 1914. years, ti.e remainder of his life S a t u r d a y J u l y 25. 1914 LAD IES being spent in Falls City and Belier, Fred vicinity. He was married to H at Vanonken, Mrs. H. 1>. tie I Miller, Dec. 13, 1903 at the UK.NTI.EMKX home of her father near Dallas. , Brown, llattk she being left to mourn his loss, Booker, Samuel besides a lather, mother, sister, Mann, J. A. two brothers, and a host i f friends THE REPUBLICAN TICKET Nelson, Loren He was an exemplary man and Gov— James Withycombe Nystedt, Senioii o f sterling qualities. U. S. Senator— R. A. Booth Plunkett, I.. J. The funeral was held Wednes These letter; will be S-nt to the State Senator— C. L. Hawley day at 2 o'clock at the Methodist Representative in Cong.— W. church by Rev. Marcy. Interment dead letter offije, Aug., 1, 1914, if being conducted at the I. O. O. F., j not delivered before, in calling lor C. Hawley cemetery, under the auspices of the the above, please say,“ Advertised,' Joint Representative—S .G. I. O. (). F., lodge assisted by mem- ! giving date of list. Irvine Ira C. Mehrhng, Postmaster. hers of the \V. O. \V„ he lein g a. WE CAN PRINT YOUR C A R D S Representative—W. T. Grier Circuit Judge—H. H. Belt Sheriff—John W. Orr C le rk -E d . M. Smith Treasurer— Fred J. Holman Commissioner—C. W. Beckett Surveyor— C. R. Canfield —— ■ -- ---- member of both orders. E. L. Bon Durant of Hillsboro, The paul bearers were; F. I. Ore., woe in this city Friday look Holman, G. D. Treat, J. C. T a l ing after his propelty interests. bott, Frank Martin, Bert Webb, Mayor Frank Hubbard went i<> Elmer Lewis. his farm near town Thursday and commenced to thresh his grain. BILLS FOR JUNE Delightful Newport To Eleanor F. Butler. George M. Tice, Jonah Lowe, A. N. Rob inson, Jeldenu Courier and A. F. Courier, Julia 1. Courter, A. E. Kimball, Ester Montgomery, It. S. Montgomery Estate. It. C. Brown, J. S. Courter, Salem, Falls City & Western R. R. Com pany. E. L. BonDurant, Mae Nichols, W. F. Nichols, Matilda Travis. M. C. Hubbard, Fred Chapin, Jennie Snodgrass. E. Forshey, Holla Waterhouse. Alice Courter, Mrs. B. M. Adams, B. A. Lombard Estate, S. H. Teth- erow, J. C. Frink. A. E. La Dow, Joseph Wankey Estate. Clarence Atkman Estate, Mrs. A. G. Stew art. Jack W agner. C. M. Munson, Sarah Lineback, Rida Lintback. Otto Kneebone. R. Burton, L. C. Tyler, H. Hanson, Richard Roe, unknown owner o f tract o f land, fronting on Clark street, J. Trueax, Falls City Lumber Com pany. John Hughes, J. 0. Cham berlain. J. T. Chamberlain Estate, A. Walker, Alex Courter, M. G. Ellis. Chas. Olts. William Ellis. C. L. Hopkins. Chas. Trimble, Philip Gottfried, T. D. Hollowell, D. Tollar, R. E. Williams, N. A. Lunde. Clara Emmett, W. B. McKnown, F. Droege, J. B. Tawney, A. F. Courter. Jeldena Courter, W. H. Estey, W. B. McKnown, C, S. O ’ Rrien, Joseph Hudson, John Dot*, unknown owner o f tract o f land fronting on South Main Street, Jennie M. Cobb, Chas. Richey, R. R. Bettis Estate, G. L. McMurphy, W. H. Matthews, C. J. Bradley, B. F. Boughey, O. H. Hudson, E. G. Stram. Bert Dennis, J. M. Den nis Estate. A lex Courter, D. Shepherd, T. B. Hooker, J. M. Dennis Estate, John Walker, C. H. Conklin, E. G. White, Ada Chapin, D. Tollar and R. E. W il liams and all other persons in in terest, owning real property within the limits o f the following described street improvements. ‘ T ried and True” is this old reliable outing resort, with a wealth o f natural scenery, healthful drives, a splendid beach uml numerous near-by points o f interest: Lighthouse, D evil’s Punchbowl, Seal Rocks, etc. Special Low Round-Trip Season Lares Week-End Tart's I rom Tails lily and Sundav Excursion Tares from Albany and C orvallis i « i i via the Portland Eugene On account o f poisonous sulpher fumes from smelters near Redding, California killing timber and all veg- itation the Forestry Department caused the smelters to close down. But now comes one Mt. Lassen and in open defiance and willful disre gard o f constituted authority, fills the air with poisonous vapors and scatters ashes broadcast. Some newspapers and societies are having much to say about the “ Low Grade Medical Schools” and appear to be greatly concerned about possi ble harm that might result thereby. If these schools are such a menace to the health, and happiness it is passing strange that they do not name these school that the unsophis ticated youth who aspires to "peddle pills” might not be led into paths that appear unseemly to the “ Regu lar.” VALLEY SGRIRES MEET IN DALLAS Interesting Session of the Willam ette Valley Press Association, Dallas, July 18 Editors from various parts of the Willamette Valley met in the city o f Dallas last Saturday. They were met at the train by members o f the Commercial Club and driv en through the city and country adjacent. The trip was a delight ful one and on their return to the city were dined at the Gail. The business part o f the meet ing was held in the basement of the Public Library, the Socialists and Democrats having taken pos session o f the court house. The meeting was not as well attended as should have been, yet the “ free space,, grafter was in evidence. W. L. Tooze, Jr., salary.......................... 25.00 “ 3 extra trips ............... 7.50 C. W. Lee, salary as Auditor and Police Judge to July 7. 1911............ 31.00 C. W. Lee, notice to water users............ •*> “ Postage, Registry, Etc............. 1.00 Time check............................. 6-00 Portland Wood Pipe Co., 1 length of pipe 2.1'J C. W. Matthews, Time checks................ 81.67 J. J. Sammons, surveying and overseeing 57 50 Gordon Sammons, assisting City Engineer 5.00 Verl Courier, assisting City Engineer__ 10 00 F. K. Hubbard. Notary work on deeds, trip to J. B. Teals trip to Dallas................................... Total 3.20 F. Droege, 24 meals to prisoners............. 6.00 Falls City Reading Room....................... 5.00 R. M. Wonderly, making gate for Garbage dump................................... L75 ft. R. ftkeels. type w ritin g....................... 3 50 D. L. Wood a Son, publication of notices 18.50 “ rent for City H a ll___ 5.0 ) Falls City Water Board, hydrants.......... 75 00 Falls City Lumber Co............................. 2.69 R. A. Tltua. hauling................................ * 25 “ hauling pipe to Glaze Creek. 14.00 W. P. Lewis, salary as Water ftupt.......... 30.00 Lloyd Miller, work for Lewis................. 8 00 Lee Teal. ................. ................ 5 00 W P. Lewis, expense on pipe ................ .75 Tom Robinson, work for Lewis............... 3.65 W. P .Lewis, w ork................................... 7.50 W. P. Lewis, salary as City Marshal........ Sk»00 “ arrests................................. 1»\00 *• fixing walk......................... 100 F. C. Electric Light Co............................. 85-00 F. K. Hubbard, notaries f es................... 3 00 M. L. Thompson, work of L. Murphy...... 8.00 “ supplies.............................. CO •* commission................. 36 99 H E Hiestand. work ............................ 2.75 G S. Sutherland, w ork............................ 1125 Wm Bohle, work by R. 1!. Butler.......... 10.50 Lester Bow man, work............................. 10.00 W. p. Lewis, for special police: N. A Lunde....................................... 2.50 E. R. Lewis........................................ 2 50 B. L. Ellis, work on water mains............ 7.50 B. W. Robison, work.............................. 4 00 C. L. Barnhart, work by Bomon............... 3.50 G. O. Clemments. work by Cyrus Powell. 1.00 F C. Mer. Co., work by 8. E. Hiestand, ctal 10.-50 J. C. Talbott A Co. Supplies fer City $131.86 Get your butter wrappers print ed at the News office. H o w ’s T h L ? We offer One Hundr'd Itoliars Ho ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's ('atari h Cure. F. J. C H E N E Y & CO.. Toledo, O. W e. the undersigned, have known ! ’ J. Cheney for the last 15 years, nnd believe him p erfectly honorable In all businoas transaction« and financially able to carry out nny obligations made by bis firm. N A T IO N A L B A N K O F COM MERCE, Toledo, O. H a ll’s Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces o f tho system. Testim onials sent free. P rice 75 cents per bottle. Hold by all Druggists. Take H all's Family Pills for constipation. jurors Saturday for term of court. the August The County rock crusher was hauled in h riday and pho-ed ut the rock |iinrry on the Luckiamute and the work of getting out rock for the streets will soon begin. W. M. Black was painfully in jured the first of the week while working at the flume. He was taking timber from the flume and thinking that all had come down was not watching when a stick came unexpectedly striking him in the face. Mr. Clarence Powell and wife, and Mrs. Grace H u lbertleft Satur day for Oregon City. Mrs. Grace flulbert remain .it Oregon City hut a few days and then go t<> Win- lock, Washington to visit her si*» ter, Mrs. Baldwin. Post O ffice Tim e Card Offico hours: Daily, except Sun day, 8 a.in. to (i.30 p.m. Mail arrives, from Salem-Dallas, 8.50 a.m., 3 ^ 5 p.m. Black Rock, 2 00 p.m. M ail closes, for Salem, 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 10:80 a.m: Mail arrives from Salem 8,50a.m. Mail closes for Salem 9:00 a.m. Effective May 20, 1914. I ka C. M k h k m n o , Postmaster. Falls City, Polk Co., Or. ‘ Lend a H an d’ Citizens who wish to help fhe News give the news of the town can render a good service by sending or phoningauy information they may have o f local doings, especially of matters that are not likely to come under the personal observation o- he editor to-wit: $0.531 per front foot on all real property fronting and abutting upon each side o f the center line o f Butler, Clark, and Lombard Streets in said city being improv ed. $0.590 per front foot on all real property fronting and abutting upon each side o f the center line o f Bridge Street in said city be ing improved. $0.328 per front foot on all real property fronting and abutting upon each side o f the center line o f Fifth street in said city being improved. $0.487 per front foot on all real property fronting and abutting upon each side o f the center line o f Montgomery street in said city being improved. $0.393 per front foot on all real property fronting and abutting upon each side o f the center line o f South Main Street and Shel don Avenue being improved, $0.530 per front foot on all real property fronting and anutting upon each side o f the center line o f that part o f ’ Third Street in said City being improved by the grading thereof and the construc tion thereon o f macadam road 12 feet in width, 6 feet on each side o f the center line o f said part o f street. $1.25 per front foot on all real property fronting and abutting upon each side o f the center lir.e o f that part o f Third Street in said city being improved the full width o f said street by the grad ing and construction o f macadam pavement thereon. $0.01 per front foot on all real property fronting and abutting upon each side o f the center line o f that part o f Third Street in said city being improved by the construction o f cement curbs thereon, said estimated cost of Eastern Ry. D O U B L E D A IL Y T R A I N 8 Leave Albany, daily ....... .............................. 7:30 A. M. Leave Albany, daily except Sunday...................1:00 P. M. Leave Corvallis, d a ily ........................................8:00 A. M. Leave Corvallis, daily except Sunday ............... 1:40 P. M. Connection made ut Albany nnd Corvullis withS. P. trains S. F. C. & W. truins connect with S. P. trains for Corvallis Special Excursion Train will leave Newport every Sunday evening ut 0:00 p. m., arrive Corvullis 10:15 p. m., Albany 10:45 p. m. G o o d F is h in g S t r e a m s A lo n g th e C . & E . At Elk City, Morrison, Toledo and along the Yaquina river, also on the Breitenbush and San- tiam rivers, on the East End. For Folders describing Newport ns an outing place call on our nearest P. E. & Eastern Agent, John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon R. E . W i u . i a m s , President M. I,. T h o m p s o n , W. F. N ichols , A. J. V ick , Vice-President Cashier Assistant Cashier Bank of Falls City F alls C it y , P o l k C o u n t y . O ukuon Does u General Banking Business. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States. Notary Public officially connected with the Bank. J O B P R IN T IN G Mrs John Talbott of Portland spent two weeks with her sons Josh You, and each o f you, are here and Fred, leaving for home last by notified that the city council Secretary Bryan asked Congress Allowed by Cily Council July 7, 19 i 4. Sunday. for an appropriation of $4,500 for a J. H. Teal. ftr., right of way for o f the city o f Falls City, Oregon, Glaze Creek, cash warrant.............. $100 00 Two bridges at M ill 8 harmd Special Assistant Secratary o f State J. B Teal, Sr., right of way for has estimated the cost o f con The dam was saved to be appointed by himself, presum Glaze Cieek. time warrant ............. W000 Thursday. structing those certain street im ably in order that he, Bryan, might A. B. Brown, rent for Garage dump. .. 15.00 with difficulty. The origin of the provements provided for by Ordi I. G. Singleton, express freight give more o f his attention to Chau of water pipe..................................... 11.86 fire is unknown. nances Numbered 115 and 119. tauqua engagements. The House Portland Wood Pipe Co., repairs Deputy Sheriff Ritchur of Dallas o f said City, to be as follows, on water m ain.................................. U-98 “ brutally” turned it down. was subpoenaing jurois and grand Coroner— R, L. Chapman & BR ING YO U R JOB P R IN T IN G TH E NEW S O FFIC E You Do Not Need to Send A w ay We Are Prepared To Do I t And Know How Our Efforts Will be to Please In Quality and Price. : : : I I ~ T H E F A L L S C IT Y N EW S. $0.01 per front foot being the es-1 BOY SCOUT NOTES tiinated cost o f the construction The Boy ¿Scouts have returned o f such cement curbs. from the hike and plan to begin You and each <>f you are hereby Monday to shingle their building. further notified that the said city All the w >rk on the building has council will sit in the council been donated. The Kile Brothers chamber in said city on Tuesday, and Mr. Aurland have been espec the 4th day o f August, at the ially generous in helping out and hour o f 8 o ’clock P. M.t for the we appreciate it very much. The purpose o f apportioning the cost; shingling of a building is an im o f such improvements and assess portant part and we need the help ing upon each lot, part o f lot, or of adults. If you can lay shingles tract o f land liable therefor and; or drive shingle nails, wo a*k yuo owned by the persons herein to help the cause by helping us next above mentioned, its proportion week. Sincerely, ate share o f such cost; and M. A. Marcy, Scout Master. That all the owners o f real* property above named, and all j other persons in interest, may at-1 FREE CANADIAN HOMESTEADS tend at such place and time and W hy psy $50 00 to be located? show cause, if any they have, W e give y o u f u l l information why such apportionment and as where the best lands are in West sessment o f cost should not be ern Canada and British Columbia made. that are close to railroad ar,d town; Done by order o f the City name of guide on the ground; full Council o f Falls City, Oregon, direction* to get maps and platts made and entered o f record on free; Imw to get home seekers tick the 21st day o f July, 1914. ets; everything you need to know Witness my hand and the offic atid locate yourself, all for #3.00 ial seal o f the said city o f Falls Remit by P. O. money order and City, Oregon, this 22d day o f we will send you the complete in July. 1914. [S e a l ] H. G. S t r a y e r , Auditor and Police Judge o f Falls City, Oregon. The Kpwofth League had a «venie supper up Lurkiainiite laH Saturday evening. Mrs. Brooks’ mother, of is visiting her t tit * week. formation at once. C anadian H omkstkao C o m p a n y , 73 tith St., Portland, Ore. For refereact Tne Farm Magazine Company, 111 Panama Bid. Portland, Ore. J. A Mann, Deputy Organizer -*• attic of the HoiiiestLaders ia here this we«k in the interest of that order.