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W HITE ROTARY
SEW ING M ACHINES
Closing Out at Cost.
Saturday morning at 5:”R, Lyle
the two year-old soil of Mr. anil
Mrs. L. L. Brooks died after a
brief illness. The funeral services
were conducted by A. If. Dodd
at the home Monday morning and
interment in the 1. O. O. F. Ceme
Lyle was the youngest child and
his death was s gre.it ehock to the
family and friends. Friday morn
ing he appeared as well as usual,
but nbout 9 o’clock be was taken
ill and grew steadily worse until
the eud came.
Ail that loving
hands and medical skill could do
was done, but of no avail, the seal
of death was set upon him and lie
passed to the Great Beyond that
I 1 he beat show at tha Gem tonight
passes human understanding, yet
Mr. Trimblo baa moved to Black look forward to with the sublime
hope that we shall meet again in a
Haled Hay $10 per ton, Falla land where theie shall lie no more
For nervous patients with
sorrow or parting. We extend our
sensitive teeth, especially with City Warehouse.
sympathy to the sorrowing parents.
C. J. Pugh made a busineaa trip
large cavities in the front
teeth, dentists are now advis to Portland Monday.
J . C . TALBOTT & CO.
“ TO COPY NATURE IS|
ing the use of Synthetic Porce
lain. This material comes in
various shades and is easy to
use. It wears well and has a
live «lossy appearance making
an ideal restoration. Ask your
A. G. Atwood, Dentist,
Office, North Main St.
over H arrington’sconf. store
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SALEM , FALLS CITY & WESTERN
Passenger Train Schedule
Effective Dec. 1,1913
WWTRUCKb am. am. pm. pm.
Salem . . . 6.35 9.45 1.40 3.25
Dallas. . . 8.45 11.00 2.50 6.00
Falls City. 8.50 11.36 3.25 5.35
Bl’ k Rock.
11 À HI
SAiTnocHU am. pm.
Falls City. 9.30 1.25 3.45 5.40
Dallas. . . 10.16 2.00 4.25 6.40
Salem . . . 11.25 3.15 5.30 7.45
I. O. MINULTTON. AUKMT
H orn * Sachar
FALLS CITY, O R I O O «
Buy O r c h a r d Land
Calentar— 3 utç, tou
N on .
Take a Kodak With You
Your vacation no matter
where or how you go will be
doubly pleasant if y o u
Kodak them too, the little
pictures made so easily will
show the homefolks the
the splendid limes you had.
Kodaks $6 to $20
Brownie $1 to $12
Brown’ s Garage
Autos For Hire
General Repair Shop
The time draw» near when people want to go "some
w here” to spend their vacation. O ftim esthe question
of COST enters very largely into determining just
where they will spend it.
flews of jfall <£it£
Hellen Treat ia visiting in the
Siletz Basin this week.
Accounts due G M. or G. C.
Mahr have lieeu assigned to me
Geo. Myers of Dallas was on tha Slid are now due and payable at
streets of this city Tuesday.
the Bank of Falla City. All per
Buperintendent Seymour of Dal sons knowing themselves to be in
las was In this city Tuesday.
debted to the above parties will
Wanted 60 hop pickers, for par save trouble and costs by settling
the same at once,
ticulars iuquire of G. D. Treat.
Miss Edith Montgomery has re
turned to school at Monmouth.
J. C. Talbott made
Mrs. I.E Tetherow who has been Portland last Sunday.
quite ill is reported to be better.
Drs. Lowe A Turner Eve
Milk and Cream, delivered morn
ing oi evening. Call phone Blue 35. ^^^Specialists of Portland who
have been coming to Dallas for
Born to Mr. and Mra. Mike Mor years, will make One Visit Oply,
rison of Black Rock, July 18. a to Falls City Thursday and Friday
August 6th and 7. Consult them
Hellen ai.d Geraldine Selig are at Hotel Parlors. Remember the
visiting relatives at Myrtle Point, date.
Falls C ity , Oregon
Is our Specialty.
class of workmanship assur
ed, prices right. Satisfac
Offers exceptional advantages to the person of
moderate means and pastoral tastes for getting the
most real enjoyment and rest for the least outlay of
W. A. PERSEY, Jeweler.
Trout F i s h i n g a l o n g the L u c k ia m u te
Serve Dinner To Members
The fisherman will be delighted with the opportun
ities for this sport.
The town is supplied » ith excellent hotels and the
rates are very reasonable. Automobiles and livery rigs
can be obtained if one desires to take a trip into the
valley below or the mountains
Of Christian Church
Thu mountain home of Mra. F.
When Planning a Vacation - *•
A. Wolfe was the scenes of much
life I iih I Sunday. A n invitation was
given to the members of the Chris
tian Church to take dinner with
her on that day and us a result
fifty-two graced her table and look
HOTEL AN D K LETALIK ANT
CLOTHES C LE A N IN G A N D PRESSING
ed pleasant while the good things
disappeared as by magic. Those
I. A. J O H N S T O N
Muellt r Building
who partook of her hospitality
A. If. Dodd and family,
Falla City’s Best Hotel
P a r lo r
f.n M .r i M
A. E. Seymore and wile
R. A. Titus and wife,
French Dry Cleaning, Repairing
and Alterations. Buttons made
T. Harris and wife,
For good eata, go to the
for ladies clothes. Work called
C. M. Olts, auJ family
and delivered. Phone 126
K. Paul and family,
N. E. Taylor and wife,
W m . F in l e y , Prop.
C. J. Bradley and family,
Meals at all bours—best on the market.
M. E. Chnrch
S S. Powell and wife
O. Kite ami family,
Morning worship, irermon:— God's
W, P. Lewis and family,
R E A L ESTATE
J. (J. Frink and wife,
Evening worship, Sermon :—“ A
L. (J Taylor,
F. K. Hubbard Realty Company
Young Man Who Had His
Heal Estate bought, sold and exchanged.
Mrs. K. E. Chamberlain
Collections. Insurance, Abstracts.
Notarial work ; Legal Documents Prepared,
“ Geo. Reese
Reports spell the Epworth League
Office, In the Falla City News office.
“ C. L. Hopkins,
Up River Picnic same as a “ tine
“ Ada Chapin,
M. A.Marcy, PaBtor.
Miss Hellen Hopkins,
“ Millie Chapin,
CARD OF THANKS
We extend to our many friends Parcels Must Bear Return Card
Little Mies Munson.
our deepest gratitude for the serv
The attention of all is directed to
ices rendered and floral tributes
Rev. Rose held services in the given in sympathy for the Jo8s of paragraph 4 of section 470, Postal
Laws and Regulations, Which re
Lutherian church Sunday.
our beloved little Lyle.
that the name and address
Mr and Mrs. L. L. Brooks*
George Gardner, Zim Hinshaw,
of the gender shall appear on every
J. W. Miller and John Biusadlei
Jim Meyers and family of Tilla package that is to be sent by par
were in Dallas Saturday
mook County have been spending cel post, or it will not be accepted
For Rent—7 room house with the past week in this city visiting for mailing.
bath, 111) per month. Apply at bis brother, A. E. Myers.
Ira C. Mehrliug, P. M.
Bullies' Barber shop.
Don’t Forget Falls City, Ore.
Zbc flfcabena ;
Walter L Tooze, Jr., Lawyer,
The Rebekah Lodge of this city
Nat'l Bank B’ld 'g , Dallas, Phone:
installed the following officers
Thede Harris and wife visited
N. G.— Emina Hinshaw
Mrs. Harris’ father, at Lewisville,
V. G.— Clara Einmitt
Secretary— Jessie Moyer
Misses Ida and Gertrude Waters
Treasurer— Anna Gardner
of Portland are visiting relatives
Warden— Bertie Fiuley
in thits city.
Conductor— Ellen Hollowed
M L Thompson and family and
Chaplain— Nellie Moyer
Iceland Murphy motored to Dallas
I. G.— T. D. Hollowed
O. G.— L. B. Murray
Mr. and Mra. H. W. Gross of
R. S. to N. G.— I. E. Tetherow
Mrs. Ralph Ford arrived from
visited with W. A. Persey
L. S. to N. G.— Mary Tice
Eugene Tuesday to visit her moth
Sunday and Monday.
R. S. to V. G.—Geo. Tice
er, Mrs. Dave Courier.
L. 8. to V. G.— Myrtle Krehs,
Henry Miller of Gladstone is
Mrs. Susan Bryant and grand
visiting his mother, Mrs. Miller.
son of Portland are visiting her
daughter. Mrs. J. D. Moyer.
N. Selig, wife and son Morris
J. Murphy will furuish die
left Sunday for a three week’s
school district with wood this year.
vacation at Soap Lake, Wash.
Mrs. Neil has been employed as
Clartnce Reynolds and wife of
of our school for the en
Eugene are visiting a the homes of
W. F. Nichols and Bert Dennis.
Christain Church Notes
There will be the regular ser
vices at l be Christian church on
next Lord's Day at 11 a. m , and
8 p. m. Theme— morning service
“ True Worship of God.” Theme,
evening service, “ The Power of In
Mr. Graham and sister were Dal fluence.” Ail are cordially invited
The families of Zim Hinshaw,
las visitors Tuesday,
to attend these services.
Roy McMurphy and A. E. Meyers
Mr. McDonald has purchased a
B. L. Hicks, Pastor.
are taking au outing at Ocean
binder of 0. Carey aud is binding
grain for himself und neighbors.
Miss Isabelle Snider who is at
Mrs. Ward and fam ily of Inde
tending school at Monmouth, vis
Guard Your Children
visited her brother Olivtr
ited her parents of this city, last
Against Bowel Trouble
Deunis and family last Sunday.
Many children at an early age
Miss Lois Reece accompanied become constipated, and frequently
Always up to date. We have
serious consequences result.
and Barnhart to the Oak being able to realize his own con
just installed an Electric Vibrator
dition, a child's bowels should be
for massage. Where? A t Bohle’s dale S. S. last Sunday and from constantly watched, and a gentle
Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets are
especially well adapted to women
Merton Ellis of The Dalles is
here this week looking after his
Christian Charity, 531 Charles St.,
Luzerne, Pa., who attend many
property interests and visiting his
cases of sickness say of them:
father, Wm. Ellis.
"Schooling in youth should invariably be
THE LIFE CAREER
Get your lace curtains laundered
at the Dallas Steam Laundry.
Bohle is agent. Bundles go out
Tuesday evening. Your business
directed to prepare a person In the best way
for the beat permanent occupation for which
he la capable r’—President C. w MXiot
This Is the Mission of the
OREGON AGRICULTURAI COLLEGE
Forty-sixth School Year Opens
Money to loan on approved real S E P T E H B E R 18th, 1914
estate security. I f you have money
Write for Illustrated loo-paga Book
let, " T he L i f e C a r e e r , " and for Cata
to loan, let me find a borrower for log
containing full Informaliun.
you. Phone 1621, Dallas, Oregon,
Degree Courses— AGRICULTURE :
Agronomy, Animal Husbandry, Dairy Hus
Walter L. Tooze, Jr.
Madison Tanner aud wife and
Miss Carrie Duun and Louis Dunn
took an outing Sunday, returning
in the evening after spendiug a
very pleasant day.
A. F. Courter, wife and sou of
near Monmouth came to Falls City
last week, kidnaped D. F, Courter,
wife and son, and took them to the
country in their automobile for a
few daya 0f “ farm life.”
bandry. Poultry Husbandry, Horticulture.
Agriculture for Teachers FORESTRY,
LOOGING ENGINEERING. HOME ECO
NOMICS: Domestic Science. Domestk Art,
Highway, Mechanical, Chemkal. Mining.
Ceramics. COMMERCE. PHARMACY
Vora/ional OarjM-Agrkulture, Dairy
Ing, Home Makers’ Course. Industrial
Arts, Forestry, Business Short Course.
School o f Music— Piano, String, Band,
Farmcft Binirwsi Co>irc* by Mail Free
Address T H E REGISTRAR,
(tw-7-16 to 9-9)
•'Some tim e ago w e began using Dr.
M iles' L a x a tiv e Tablets and Und that
w e like them v ery much. T h eir action
is excellent and w e are gratefu l for
having been made acquainted with
W e have had good results In
every case and the Ststere are very
The form and flavor of any medi
cine is very important, no matter
who is to take it. The taste and
appearance arc especially important
when children are concerned. Ail
parents know how hard it is to give
the average child "medicine,” even
though the taste is partially dis
guised. In using Dr. Miles’ L a x
ative Tablets, however, this diffi
culty is overcome. The shape of
the tablets, their appearance and
candy-like taste at once appeal to
any child, with the result that they
are taken without objection.
The rich chocolate flavor and
absence of other taste, make Dr.
Miles’ Laxative Tablets the ideal
remedy for children.
If the first box fails to benefit,
the price is returned.
Ask y o u r
druggist. A box of 25 doses costs
only 25 cents. Never sold in bulk.
M IL ES
Flour! Flour! Flour!
OUR Brands of Flour are
Giving Universal Satisfactory
H* ding the list is Olympic.
m atter how much you pay
you will not find its superior. Manufac
tured by the largest Doming mills on the
Coast.—The Portland Flouring Mills, and
placed by them as their Best Product-
Next in line comes Imperial,
An Eastern Oregon Hard
Wheat This flour we have but recently
placed in stock but it appears to be giving
PRICED LOW AT
An Eastern O r e g o n
Hard Wheat Blend,
Buy your flour now out of old wheat and
buy it from
S E LIG ’ S,
Falls City Department Store.