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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 &, C O .
T O COPY N A T U R E IS|
HIGHEST A R T”
For nervous patients with
sensitive teeth, especially with
large cavities in the front
teeth, dentists are now advis
ing the use o f Synthetic Porce-
lain- This material comeB in
various shades and is easy to
use. It wears well and has a
live glossy appearance making
an ideal restoration. Ask your
‘I he bent show at the tieni tonight
Dr. Ollicer went to D u II ah Fri
Mrs. I ’em Meyer visited .Salem
Born t j Mr. and Mrs. Koy Cox,
July 24, a son.
A new roof is being put on tbe
Mrs. I. G. Singleton was in Dal
Mrs. E luma Bancroft went to
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Tic* were
Salem visitors Tuesday.
A. G. Atwood, Dentist.
Mr. Clark of theSiletx Busin was
here on business Friday.
Office, North Main St.
overH arrington’sconf. store
A1 Stewart and family moved to
Tillamook county Friday.
Death to headaches— glasseslil-
ted by Drs. Lowe A Turner.
SA LEM , FA LLS CITY & WESTERN
Passenger Train Schedule
Effective Dec. 1,1913
wanoouMD am. am.
Salem . . . 6.35 9.45 1.40 3.25
Dallas. . . 8.45 11.00 2.60 5.00
Falls City. 8.60 11.36 3.25 5.35
lilTSOl-HD am. pm.
Falls City. 9.30 1.25 3.45 5.40
Dallas. . . 10.15 2.00 4.25 6.40
Salem . . . 11.25 3.15 5.30 7.46
1. O . B lH U l.rU lH , AUEHT
M r . H a m * Saak#
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.
Brownie $1 to $12
Attorney H. G. Strayer spent
several days this week in Portland.
City Marshal \Y. P. Lewis made
a business trip to Dallas Thursday.
Milk and Cream, delivered morn
ing orevening. Call phone Blue 35.
W. A. Persey and family spent
Sunday visiting friends in Dallas.
C. J Moyer has gone to Hoskins
to build a bungalo for the Falls
Sai. City Lumber Company.
Mrs. Stet Cook and children re
8 turned from Grand Round where
15 they have been visiting her parents.
Take a Kodak With You
Kodaks $6 to $20
Oscar Ellis and wife of Dallas
were visiting in H u b city Thursday.
Ed White and family left Wed
nesday for Newport where they
will spend two weeks.
Calentar— H uö „ 1014
Clara Montgomery who has been
very ill is improving rapidly.
Walter L. Tooze, Jr., Lawyer,
Nat'l Bank B’id’g., Dallas, Phone:
C O M E T O F A L L S C IT V , O R IS O N
and B u y O ro h a rd Land
Is*. Non. Tati.
THE FALLS CITY HEWS.
A I'O IIÖ T 1, 1011
Chas. Lane of Dallas is looking
after the Ellis Confectionery dur
ing tbe absence of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ellis, Char
ley Hinehaw and Miss Gladys
Webb are taking a vacation on the
Accounts due O. M. or G. C.
Mahr have beeu »ssigned to me
and are now due and payable at
the Bank of Falls City. All per
sons knowing themselves to be in
debted to the above parties will
save trouble and costs by settling
the same at once,
THE LIFE CAREER
Money to loan on approved real
Don’t forget that Drs. Lowe
and Turner, Eye Specialists
of Portland will I e in Falls City
Aug. 7th at Hotel Parlors. Drs.
Lowe A Turner have been coming
to Dallas for years, and you will
make no mistake in consulting
them, for they ure specialists of
experience and standing.
give your eyes a most thorough,
searching and scientific examina
tion and when they prescribe glas
ses it is with positive and absolu*e
assurance that they are the best
and only kind suited to your eyes.
If you do not need glasses they
most positively will not recom
mend them. Remember the date.
Scores of references; Satisfaction
guaranteed. Friday. August 7th.
One day only
L. L. Brooks and B. Yandcnbosh
Will Serve Dinner
have rented the Eureka theatre
The ladies of the W. C. T. l T.
from G. Sowers and will run a will serve dinner at the grove by
the Christian Church, Aug. 14
Program rendered in the afternoon.
Mrs. Harry Dempsey who has Everybody invited.
been ill at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Aurland, returned to her
E. E. Lee of Bridgeport was iu
Falls City Monday lookiug for hop
home at Kickreal Wednesday.
pickers. He says that the crop is
Mrs. E. E. Gillum of Salem re looking good, but will not yield as
turned to her home Friday after a much as last year.
few days visit with her parents,
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies, Pies,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Moyer.
and other bakery goods, every day
Miss Isabelle Snider, who has at the Falls City Bakery.
been attending the Summer school
at Monmouth returned home Tues
day, having completed her course.
Get your lace curtains laundered
at the Dallas Steam Laundry.
Bohle is agent. Buudles go out
Tuesday evening. Your business
estate security. If you have money
to loan, let me find a borrower for
Phone 1621, Dallas, Oregon,
• Walter L. Tooze, Jr.
Extra copies of The News are
Mrs. Bert Dennis and daughter
printed each week, and will be sent left Wednesday for Newport to
to any address desired, postpaid, visit two weeks and then they will
for 2 cents per copy.
go to Tillamook and visit there
Merton Ellis returned to The awhile before returning.
Dalles Monday after a weeks visit
W AN TE D :— Hop pickers. Will
with his father, Wro. Ellis,
run wagon from Falls City to ac
Ore. Fire Relief Asaoci’n,McMinn commodate those who desire to go
ville. F. K. Hubbard, local agent. back and forth. Houses for those
who wish to camp. Notify this
Get your butter wrappers print office, or E. E. Lee, Rfd, 2, Dallas,
ed at the News office.
Phone 251, Blue.
Gave Dinner Party
Resolutions of Sympathy
Mr. and Mrs. 1. G. Hingleton
The committee appointed from
Falls City Lodge No. 146, I. O. O. gave a dinner at their home in
F., to draft resolution* of sympathy Kalis City Hunday July 26, in
on the death of our brother Chas. honor of Mr. and Mrs. Woodbury
1». Tice, who departed this life, of Portland.
The house was very attractively
July 20, 1914, desire to submit tbe
with ferns and red Dah
Whereas, in thee »orse of human
Dinner was served at 1:30.
event*, death has visited our midst
afternoon was spent at the
and broken a link from the chain
that binds this great brotherhood, Falls. Those present were: Mr.
and though we deeply leel his loss,1 and Mrs. Singleton, Mr. ai.d Mrs.
we bow in humble submission to Woodbury o( Portland, Mr. and
Mrs. fyockman of Dallas, Mr. and
tliu inevitable, therefore be it,
Resolved, that in the death of Mrs. Rich of Falls City, Mrs. Kirts
brother Tice, this Lodge is depriv of Dallas, R. V. DeWitt of Kalis
ed of the companionship of a City and Miss I. V. DeWitt of
worthy brother, ever ready and1 Falls City who assisted the hostess
willing to work for the benefit and in serving dinner.
advancement of the lodge and its
members; and in t >ken of our re
Home Talent Show
spect to bis memory, cause our
On Saturday August 8, one of
charlei to be draped for a period the biggest events of the season
of thirty days, and be it further,
will take place in Falls City when
Resolved, that we extend to the the 3 act Western Comedy Drama
bereaved (amity our sincere sym “ The Girl of the Golden West” will
pathy, and though in his death be produced hy local talent at the
they have been deprived of a loving Opera House. The play is given
husband, sun and brother, we shall under the auspices of the Magnolia
endeavor to point out that while Kebekah Lodge No. 140 and under
the pain of parting is great, he has tbe direction of C. J. McNaughtau
won the victory and gone to his a theatrical director wlu is «pend
eternal reward, to a house, “ not ing his summer vacation in the
made by hands, eternal in the city.
heavens” . Be it further,
Mis« Myrtle McDowell, formerly
Resolved, that these resolutions a Fails City girl, who has been
be transcribed upon the records of leading woman with the Colonial
this lodge, a copy be furnished the Players for the past few seasons
family of the departed brother, will be seen in the leading role of
and also published in the halls Roxie Tremaine, the girl and the
remainder of the cast lias been
carefully selected from the best of
local talent and a good time is
G. I). Treat,
Special scenery will be used,
"Schooling in youth thoulJ Invariably be
directed to prepare a person in the best wav
Ibr the best permanent occupation for which
he la capable/'—PresidentC. W Eliot
This is the Mission of the
Forty-sixth School Vear Opens
5EPTEHBER i8th, 1914
Write for illustrated 100 page Book
let, “ THE LIFE CAREER." and for Cata
log containing full Information.
D egret C a u n ts — AGRICULTURE :
Agronomy, Animal Husbandry,Dairy Hus
bandry. Poultry Husbandry, Horticulture.
Agriculture for Teachers. FORESTRY,
L o g g in g e n g in e e r in g , h o m e e c o
n o m ic s : Domestic Science, Domestic Art,
ENGINEERING: Electrical, Irrigation,
Highway, Mechanical, Chemical. Mining.
Ceramics. COMMERCE. PHARMACY.
Vocational Coarse«-Agriculture, Dairy
ing, Home Makers’ Course, Industrial
Arts, Forestry, Business Short Course.
School of Music— Piano. String, Band,
Firmer« Bcnine» Coorce by Mail Free
(tw 7-15 to <M»)
A d d r e u TD K R K C .IS T R A R ,
C o rv a llis O regon
double specialties introduce I be
tween acts; a good orchestra will
play and a big dance will be given
after the show. So come in and
enjoy the biggest stunt ever pulled
off in the old town.
Zimri Hinshaw left Wednesday
for Oretown, Tillamook County,
Oregon where he expects to make
his heme. He traded his property
in Falls City for a dairy ranch in
the famous cheese country. His
family will probably leave for
their new home today. We are
sorry to lose good citizens, but we
wish them abundant success in
their new home.
Ira Mehrling attendtd the Good
Roads convention at Medford this
week as a delegate. He reports an
interesting meeting. Fred J. IIol
man assisted in the postoffice dur
ing his absence.
William Coffin of Monmoutb,
uncle of Mis, Singleton and Frank
DeWitt spent Saturday arid Sun
day here, returning borne Monday
Francis Banta and Carrie E.
Dunn were^married July 26, at the
residence of J. H. Dunn. E. A
La Dow performed the marriage
The time draws nearwhen people want to go "some
where” to spend their vacation. Oftimes the question
o f COST enters very largely into determining just
where they will spend it.
Falls C i t y , Oregon
Offers exceptional advantages to the person o f
moderate means and pastoral tastes for getting the
most real enjoyment and rest for the least outlay o f
T r o u t F i s h i n g a l o n g the L u c k i a m u t e
The fisherman will be delighted with the opportun
ities for this sport.
The town ¡3 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
When Planning a Vacation
D o n ’t F o rg et Falls C ity , Ore.
The unbounded confidence Mr.
Canon ha9 in Dr. Miles’ Heart Rem
edy is shared by thousands of
others who know its value from
experience. Many heart disorders
yield to treatment, if the treatment
is right. If you are bothered with
short breath, fainting spells, swell
ing of feet or ankles, pains about
the heart and shoulder blades, pal
pitation, weak and hungry spells,
you should begin using Dr. Miles’
Heart Remedy at once. Profit by
the experience of others while you
D r . Mil«*' H eart Remedy la told end
guaranteed by all druggists.
M E D IC A L
C O .,
E lk h a rt ,
CLOTHES CLEANING AND PREMINO
HOTEL AND KESTAUKANT
bum pie Room»
Muelle r Building
I. A. J O H N S T O N
Zb c flfcabena
KallsCity’h Beat Hotel
P a rlo r
Mr». Mue Nichols
F’rench Dry Cleaning, Repairing
and Alterations. Buttons made
for ladies clothes. Work called
for and delivered. Phone 126
Fo r g o o d e a t a, go to th e
W m . F i n l e y , Prop.
Meals at all hours -best on tbe market.
Card of Thanks
I wish to thank the many friends
and especially the I. O. O. F.
Lodge, for the kindi.ecs during the
sickness and death of my husband.
Mrs. Hattie Tice.
R E A L ESTATE
F . K. Hubbard Realty Company
Real Estate bought, sold and exchanged.
Collections. Insurance. Abstracts.
Notarial work; Legal Documents Prepared.
Mrs. Addie Montgomery return
ed from the Dallas hospital Sun
Office, iu the Falls City News office.
L. B. Murray has returned from
a months outing in Tillamook
M. L. Thimpson and family and
Service on next Lord's Day at
Mrs. C. N. Travis were visiting in
11 a. m , and 8. p. m.
Tillamook and several coast towns.
Theme— morning service:
They returned home Tuesday
“ Christian Heroism.”
Theme— evening service:
W. P. Lewis and wife, Mrs. Hat
A great problem in .“ Profit and tie Tice and her mother, Mrs. Mil
ler left today by auto for Bellknap
Springs by way of Eugene. Mr.
A cordial invitation
to all. and Mrs. Lewis will return Sunday
Strangers made welcome.
but Mrs. Tice and her mother will
B. L H i c k s , Pastor.
remain for a couple ol weeks.
Flour! Flour! Flour!
OUR Brands of Flour are
Giving U n i ve rsa I.Sat isfactory
H. iding the list is Olympic.
matter how much you pay
you will not fin-1 its superior. Manufac
tured by the la t e s t l ouiing mills on the
Coast,— The Portland Flouring Mills, and
placed bv them a« their Best Product-
Fatal to Young Girl
" M y d au g h te r, w h en th irte e n y e a r s
old. w ae etrlok en w ith h e a rt trou ble.
S h e w t l go bed w e had to p ie ce h er
bed n e a r a w in d o w
eo she cou ld g e t
h e r b re ath .
d o cto r eeld . 'P o o r
ch ild , she la lik e ly
to ta ll d ead e n y
tim e .'
frie n d
told m e Dr. M ile»’
H e a r t R em ed y had
cu red h er fa th e r.
»0 I trie d It, an d
t h e b e g a n to Im
a g r e e t m a n y b o t-
tlee, . b u t sh e le
e p a red to m e t o
d ay. a fa t, ro sy
ch eek ed girl. N o one c * n Im agin e th e
con fid en ce I h a v e in Dr. M tlea' H e a rt
R em ed y " A . R. C A N O N . W o rth . Mo.
M ILK S
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
Eastern O r e g o n
Buy your flour now out of old wheat and
buy it from
S E L i G ’ S,
Fails City Department Store.