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AUGUST 16 , 1914
THE FALLS CITY NEWS.
of Albany v.a« in
J. C. T A L B O T T & CO .
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SALEM , FALLS CITY 4 WESTERN
V IIT K H HI)
Fnlem . . . 6.86 9.46
Dallas. . . 8.46 11.00
Falls C ity. 8 .50 11.36
Dallas. . .
Salem . . .
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3 .2 6
p in .
5 .3 0
6 .4 0
7 .4 5
p in .
H e m « S e e ke r-
C IT Y , O . t î O N
■up OreharA Lane
chaaod an auto truck.
bV 80,110 o t tho u8ors anfl jt was
Mm. Ellis ui black Rock
dcemed " < * ™ * * r y fo r fire pro-
«liopping hero Thursday.
I tect.on to make these re s tn o
! tions. I f judiciously used the
it. u in
uk ie. lttVUj Wa( er supply is ample fo r
«one to their homestead to .pend a needfu, d o m e g tjc U8e aB w e„ a3
li. L. Matuey, wife, son
daughter ul d a le « .ire .tupping at
tails City Hotel.
Dr. and Mrs. F. M. llellwurth
and D-. W in teimute were in Salem
( rushed rock is being put on the
M. L. Thompson returned this
eidewalkn of 3. D. Tieat and W ill
week Imm a trip to the coast.
Ore. Fire Relief Abadtu n,McMinn
Mrs. A. K. Kaweon and daugh
ville. F. K. Hubbard, local agent.
ter of Salem are visit ing Mrs. E. A.
Milk and Cream, delivered morn- Stray or.
ingDrevening. Call phone bine 35.
Mr. and Mrs. George March and
Mrs. N Selig nod Miss Vida left Mies Eva Chupell left Tuesday for
Tuesday for a short visit in Fort- for a short visit at Corvallis.
W illis Montgomery and the two
Take a Kodak With You
W. F. Good, I’ hone 162, A. I).
Mrs. Ruby baker and zoti Fred
of Oregon City came in Thursday
from Monmouth to visit her sister,
Mrs. Elmer Lewis.
Mrs Ed White and family and
Mrs. Delia Dennis and daughter
returned Tuesday night from an
outing on the coast.
H enry Brown m et with a pain
accident Wednesday. He
other bakery goods, every day
had been doing some line work
on Sheldon avenue and
was at the Falls City Bakery.
clim bing down the pole. When
about four fe e t from the ground
his spur failed to take hold and
" Schooling in youth »ho«M Invariably be
he slid down the pole, several
directed to prepare’ « peraoii In the best wav
be9t permanent occupation for which
large splinters sticking in his
ha is capableT’~PresidentC. W. JOiot
breast m aking a very painful
T h is It the Mission of the
The suit for damages brought by
C. W. Curtis against City Marshal
W. F. I j o w is was tried in the cir
cuit court at Dallas lust Saturday.
The defendant was represented by
Walter L. Tooze, Jr. and the plain
tiff by Oscar Hayter. The jury
returned a verdict in favor of Mr.
Lewis after being out fifteen min
The suit was brought by Curtis
as a result of his being hit over the
Get your butter wrappers print- head with a billy by Marshal
d at the Nows office.
Lewis on July 7, while the later
Mr, and Mrs. Chester Trask were was placing him under arrest for
u Dallas ou business Mcnday.
T ro u t F is h in g a lo n g the L u c k ia m u te
The fisherman w ill be delighted with the opportun
ities fo r this sport.
Th e town is supplied with excellent hotels and the
rates are very reasonable. Autom obiles and livery rigs
can be obtained i f one desires to take a trip into the
valley below or the mountains
When Planning a Vacation
Don’t Forget Falls City, Ore.
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT
«a m p i. K ouid »
CLOTHES CLE A N IN G AND PRESSING
I. A. J O H N S T O N
Z b c flfcafcena
Fall*City's B e t Hotel
Eatley Farley visited hi« cousiu,
Newman Dennis last Sunday.
Vernon and Emerson Murphy
are proud owner« of new bicycle«.
Mr. and M i«« Graham and niece
have gone to Newport for an out-
R. Rake and fam ily
friend« in Cooper hollow
Mr«. Lelund Murphy and ch il
dren «pent several day« last week
with grandma Murphy.
Money to loan on approved real
estate security. I f you have money
to loan, let me find a borrower for
you. Phone 1621, Dallas, Oregou.
Walter L. Toozt, Jr.
Hereafter water reut becomes
delinquent after the 17lh of each
month. Unless paid by that date
your water will be turned off by
the city marshal without notice.
II. G. Strayer, Auditor.
M* e Slchol*
French Dry Cleaning, Repairing
and Alteration«. Buttons made
for ladies clothes. Work called
for and delivered. Phone 126
For good eats, go to tho
W m . F i n l e y , Prop.
Me*Umt all hour»
beta oa the market.
W . J. Reese returned Thursday
from a trip to the coa«t. He «aw
some good country. Good crop«
of grain and hay. D airying is the
Service on next Lord’s Day at principal industry. He took a
11 a. in , and 8. |>. m.
look at the grewt Pacific. The tide
Theme— morning service:
was going out and he sat down on
“ A Trinity of Grace.”
the sand to watch the billows roll.
Theme— evening service:
A ll at once a wave slid up under
‘ ■Ruth tin- Moabites.”
him and as he attempted to scratr«
A character study for young ble to his feet he «lipped and sat
down with more haste than dig
nity, spoiling his Sunday pants.
Forty-sixth School Year Opeai
i 8 th, 1914
W rits for Illustrated 100-pag* Book
let, "T H E l IFE C A R E E R ," and for C a ta
log containing full Information.
O f g r e t C o u n t 1 — A G R IC U L T U R E 1
Agronomy, Animal Husbandry, Dairy Hus
bandry, Poultry Husbandry, Horticulture.
Agriculture for Teachers FO RESTRY,
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 i c s : Domestic Science, Domestic Art,
EN GIN EERIN G :
Highway, Mechanical, Chemical. Mining.
Ceramics. CO.MMURCE. PHARM ACY.
Vocational Coxrs/s-A grkulture, Dairy
ing, Home Makers’ Course. Industrial
Arts, Forestry, Business Short Course.
School o f M tu ic — Piano, String, Band,
Fanner 1 Hr in n «* C oon e by Meil Free.
(tw-7-15 to #•!>)
A.ldtfM THK REGISTRAR,
Senior Bereans Meet
The Senior Bcrean’s had their
monthly class meeting at the
Christian church Monday night.
An enjoyable time was had by the
members present. A fine program
is l>eing prepared for the meeting
for next month.
Flour! Flour! Flour!
OUR Brands of Flour are
Giving Universal Satisfactory
He-oling the list is Olym pic.
m a tt r how much you pay
you w ill not find its sui" rior. M anufac
tured by the l a t e s t H om in g mills on the
Coast,— 1 he Portland Flouring Mills, and
placed by them a« their Best Product-
Next iu line conics Im perial,
An Eastum Oregon Hard
This Hour we have but recently
p la c d in stock but it appears t<> be giving
PRICED LOW AT
TUB LIFE CAREER
Marshal Lewis Exonerated
O ffers exceptional advantages to the person o f
moderate means and pastoral tastes fo r g ettin g the
most real en joym ent and rest fo r the least outlay o f
are not sticklers but such un
necessary waste o f w ater must
be stopped and i f it is not they
w ill be compelled to put in metres
and then when the m etres are ■
read these extravagan t users o f
w ater will certainly “ go up in fOB
the a ir.”
From 6:00 und 8:00 p.
Tuesdays and Saturdays is the
tim e specified by the w ater board
as the tim e fo r irrigation.
S. B. Taylor
Explains Tax Exemption
The tim e draw t nearwhen people w ant to go “ some
w h e re ’ ’ to spend their vacation. O ftim ea the question
o f C C ST enters very largely into determ in ing ju st
w here they w ill spend it.
Mr. W right and Mr. Comely
helped W . L. Barnhart cement
Sewing machines fur sale. Ladies basement under his house this
A cordial invitation
now is your timo to gel a good week.
Strangers made welcome.
Singer Sewing Machine ou easy
B. L. H i c k s , Pastor,
terms or get your old machine re
Quite a number of Falls City
paired. G. L. Matuey, manager people attended the Curtie-Lewis
Extra copies of The New« are
for the Singer Machine Co., of damage case at Dallas last Satur
each week, and will be sent
Salem is stopping at New Falls day. Those who attended were:
City Hotel (or a few days.
F. Droege, G. Sower«, W m . Finley,
for 2 cents per copy.
The show at the opera house Mr«. Nichols, Lester
Saturday night given under (he Henry Brown, Geo. Brown, Elmer
auspices of tho Rebekah Lodge was Lewis, 11. G. Strayer, Mayor Hub
a very successful affair. The home
bard, Robt. Wonderly, D. L Wood,
talenta acquitted themselves very
creJibly, m fact they played their
Attorney Btrayer was in Port
land this week, where lie had been
subphoeued as a witness in a case
before the District Attorney.
parts better than many profession
A foreigner whose name we were als. Just how it panned out fin
ancially we are not informed.
unable to learn lust a pocket bonk
containing $07 while loading lum
ber at the mill one day this week.
Notice to Electric Light Users
Kodaks $6 to $20
persons owing tbn Falls City
II. M. Rigi’ R cl Mabel, Lane
Brownie $1 to $12
l.ight Co. for service prior
County, Oregon was here Monday
1, 1914, w ill please pay
looking at tho John Martin pluce
to D. L. Wood at Tho
with a view of becoming a resident.
Elmer I^ewis went to Monmouth
Wednesday to bring his sister-in-
law, Mrs. baker and son h e r e . On
Accounts due O. M. or G. C.
the way he took his father, J. H.
Muhr have been assigned to me
Lewis to his ranch near Lewisville.
and are now due and payable at
Miss Lout» Ohmart oi Salem the bank of Falls City. A ll per
returned to her home Monday sons knowing themselves to be in
after a short visit with Mrs. I. G. debted to the above parties will
Singleton and Mrs. W. T. Greer. »avs trouble an I costs by settling
Room 10 Nat. Rank building
Miss 01.mart once lived in this the same at oace,
Mr. U’ Reu in an address at
Salem Wednesday night gave hia
explanation o f the $1500 home tax
exemption amendment which ie
heat summarized perhaps by one
o f his own arguments, in that if it
is right to exempt from tax the
thousands of dollars of value in
diamonds for such as now possess
such valuables, and which are, as
a matter of fact, now exempted by
state law, it was equally just (o
exempt similar nmounls in actual
values of the homes of the hurtibie.
b y its limitation to furniture and
jewels but not to any value given
in the first essentials of the home,
the present iaw often effects un-
jusliy those who possess but a
very small amount of furniture,
$40 or $50 in value, for example,
by comparison to those whose
possessions in diamonds alone w ill
reach into the thousands o f dollars.
Fall9 C it y , Oregon
irrigation; but many turn the
w ater cm full force and let it run
day and njght which is a sinful
waste o f water. The w ater board
We had a good attendance at
S. last Sunday.
Deputy Sheriff Savory'uf Dallas barnhartboys went deer hunting
Jody Rhode? took Sunday din
was here 0 0 officii) businets Mon ou the upper Kick real this week.
Mrs. Mary Thom e who has been ner at W. L. Barnhart.
C. L Hopkins has gone to Mc living at I-amts fur the past three
Minnville to look afier his |H-aeh yeaie has moved back to thin city.
C n lc n ' t r — H u f l ., 1 0 1 4
Dr. W. b. Officer was in Dallas
fa i. Ma*. T s « Noi. Than. fri. Ut.
Wednesday attending court as a
Waller I,. Tocze, Jr., law yer,
witness iu thè W illiams rape case,
Nat'I bank b ’ld’g , Dallas, Phone:
George Maltiere who has been
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visiting his sister, Mrs. Sutherland
Tw enty nearly full grown white
for some time, returned Monday to
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1‘ekin ducka for sale. Call on
his home iu Salem,
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29 Mrs. Henry Otte, i’ hone 15-7.
llcv. ami Mrs. D. DeLong of
Mils Kuntce Hodges of Eugene Salem were hero Sunday visiting
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. C . I, Rev. and Mrs. Marcy. Rev. De-
I/Ohg tilled the pulpit at the Me
church iu the muruing
Cheat and Vetch hay for j-ale
$8.00 at farm nr $10.00 delivered.
Your vacation uo matter
where or how you go will be
doubly pleataul if y o u
Kodak them too, tho little
pictures made so easily will
Hhnw the home folk a the
the splendid tim e, you had.
Professura lis te r and Elmer
Helen Hopkins i* tuking u vaca barnhart icturned Saturday from
tion in the mountains.
: Il »IK-IUCTtJN. A ü IN T
C O M E TO P
1 A LLS
'3 tie best show at the Gem tonight
f ’aaatngt-r Train Schedule
Eífcctivc ¡Je -. 1,1913
The w ater board met Tuesday
I >.i IJu m night and issued orders restrict
ing the use o f w ater fo r irriga
I.'m iai I Krink returned Satur tion during the present dry sea m
son. There is some leakage, and
day from Cuwtie Hock.
Mayor Frank Hubbard has |*ur-
unnecessary waste o f w ater
Mm. II. II. Ktaiu
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.
Eastern O r e g o n
Nothing it Better then
Dr. M ile«’ Anti-Pain Pill«
They Give Relief Without
“ I c «n say th *t Dr. M iles' Rem-
ediea have been a godsend to me
and m y fam ily
I used to have
auch terrible headaches I would a l
most be wild fo r days at a time. I
began ualng Dr. Mllea' Anti Tain
P ills and never have thoae head
aches any more. I can speak highly
o f Dr. M iles' N ervine also for It
cured ong of m y children o f a terrible
I can alw ays
speak a good word fo r your R em
edies and have recommended them
to a good many of m y frienda who
hava been well pleased with them ."
MRS. GEO. H B R Y A N .
For 9aIe by A ll Druggists.
29 Doses, 29 C ant*.
M IL E S M E D IC A L CO-. E lk h a r t, Ind.
Buy your flour now out of old wheat and
buy it from
Falls City Department Store.