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AUGUST 23, lOI I
T H E F A L L « C IT Y N E W « .
C o m m u n ity S ilve r
rY W V » r e a \ e r O r e ^ o w " >
The secret’s out. On Monday
With new building». better equip
evening Aug. 17 after dark at the
tnent. enlarge.! (rounds, and many ad
Standard of the World
dition» to it» la. ulty, the Univeretfy
M. K. Parsonage, R. B. Harring
of Oregon will begin ita thirty ninth
New and beautiful pattern* in
year Tueadjy, September 15.
ton und Mins Nancy F. Benton Tea’», Cr< am, Berry and Pre
Special training (or Hu«ineaa, Jo u r
naliaoi. l aw Medicine. leaching. LI-
were united in marriage, Kev. serves Ladle», Cold Meat, Kiab
W ork, Mu»ic, Architetfture,
rliy*ical I raining and Fine Art»,
M. A . Marry performing the cere and Balad Kork», Bread arid Pie
and »Irongett department#
mony. Dr. W. B. Officer und Mrs. Knivis, Pickle and Dyeter Fork»
oi liber»] education.
etc., Tea Set», Cake and Bread
L i h f s f f o l n r n r th an
v o lu m e , tm 0
s p ie r .Iis l g y m n a s iu m «. , le v e rs B u ild in g « f u l l y
Marry witnessed the ceremony. Trays.
N 9 w I I N . H t A itm tn is ir a tio n I
I 'n l d i n * in r o u r t * o f r o n t i r u d m n
'I lie young couple left for a
I Utiir.-I I r e #
f l u r m n o n r , fo r m e n an d
We can surely please you.
to r s « i m t n
K s p r n s s s lo w r s f.
hnneynio in trip to Portland and
W r i t e fo r < J l a l o * and il l t i « i/ a t e ^ H oo k I* « .
A > i« fr e ttin g R r g i s f r s r .
vicinity. Mr Harrington is one
UNIVERSITY of OREGON
riFOtM* nm coom
of the “ sweet” young men of our
W. A. PERSEY, Jeweler.
town and Mrs. Harrington (Misa
Benton) one of the “ sweet” young
ladies, for they troth spent mod of
their waking hours in a “ Sweet
i-M . 'M M
Service on next Lord’s Day at I l i
shop’’ . The friends of the young
couple wish them well and a long 11 a. iu , aud 8. p. m.
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SALEM, FALLS CITY & WESTERN
and happy life, after Mr. Harring
Theme— morning service:
'I lie heat show at the Gem tonight
I’iLsHtnucr Train Schedule
ton gets Ilia ducking in retaliation
The Glory of the Cross.”
The time drawfc nearwhen people want to go ‘ ‘some
Effective Ufi-. 1,1913
C. J. Pugh made a trip to Salem for his secrecy.
where” to spend their vacation. Oftimes the question
WMTIUH’NIi um. Hill. pm. pm.
“ The Supreme Purpose of Life.” i IS tw of COST enters very largely into determining just
Salem . . . 0.35 9.45 l.io 8.25
where they will spend it.
The Falla City Lumber Co., mill
A character study for young
Dalla*. . . 8.45 11.00 2.50 5.00
has shut down for HO days,
M mh Gladys Webb and Mr. people.
T'alluGity. 8.50 11.85 3.25 5.35
Falls City, Oregon
Charley O’ Bryan of Portlund Charles Ifinahaw were united in
Offers exceptional advantages to the person of
marriage Saturday evening Aug.
was visiting here this week.
um. pm. pm. pm.
moderate means and pastoral tastes for getting the
15th at the M. K. Parsonage.
most real enjoyment and rest for the least outlay of
A cordial invitation to all. ■
Ore. Fire Belief Asaooi’u,McMinn Mrs. Marcy and It. B. Harrington
F h II h City. 9.30 1.25 3.46 6.40
Strangers made welcome.
ville. F. K. Hubbard, local agent. witnessing the ceremony
Dalla*. . . 10.15 2.00 4.25 6.40
Salem . . ,
B. L. H ic k s , Pastor,
Trout Fishing alongthe Luckiamute
Milk and Cream, delivered morn
The young couple will make
I. U. SUMUOt-M, A uimt
ing orevening. Cull phone Blue 35. their home at Tillamook. Their
The fisherman will bejdelighted with the opportun
for this sport.
M. E. Church
C. I*. Hopkins has returned from
town is supplied w ith excellent hotels and the
Mr . H o rn # S » » k * r—
his peach orchard near McMinn
Morning worship, sermon to chil
rates are very reasonable. Automobiles and livery rigs
■ C O M E TO F A L L S CITY, O R E G O N 1
dren “ How the Cedar grows, ( I l
can be obtained if one desires to take a trip into the
and B u y Orohard Land
regret at their departure.
lustrated). Eveiling worship, ser
valley below or the mountains
Mrs. G. G. Walker of Independ
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ence visited friends here last Sun
Mis. T. D. Hollowell and her
When Planning a Vacation
Hymns— “ God will take care of m
dnlcntor— Hutf., 1014
sister, Mrs. Niseweuder are visit
you,’ ‘ Rescue the Perishing” . Solo SfS
Mrs. Hattie Tice and mother re ing iu Washington. They will
Sus. Mon. Tact. Wrd. Thuri. Erl. Sal.
and Chorus—“ From every Stormy
1 turned Tuesdiy from Bellknap also visit at Portland and Oregon wind” . Choir— “ Rock of Ages.”
City liefore tbey return. They
Duet— “ Jesus Lover of my Soul”
R«v. Hicks of the Christian left Mr. Hollowell to keep hatch. by Sheppard siiteri. Reading—
12 13 14 15
9 10 II
HOTEL A ND RENTAL HAN'T
CLOTHES C L E A N IN G A N D PRESSING
Church was in Italian a few days Toni »ays that it keeps him pretty “ Wreck of the Hesperous— Long
16 17 18
busy feeding cats, chickens aud
19 20 21 22 last week.
fellow, by Miss Edith Johnson.
I. A . J O H N S T O N
Tom and then get any time to tend
26 27 28 29
23 24 25
Walter I.. Tooze, Jr., Lawyer, the garden. When his wife left he
Nat’ l Hunk H’ld'g , Dallas, Plume: said she could stay all summer ii Mists have Rolled Away.”
Kall« City » Best Hutei
The Epworth League business
P a rlo r
she wanted to, hut he is getting
X i R i r m Mr». Mae Nicho!»
meeting was held in connection
Managers, Mrs. Dena Dentil»
Mr. Burmaii the foreman of F. C. very anxious to see "the old
French Dry Cleaning, Repairing
with a social last Saturday even
Lumber Co., made a trip to Port woman” in the kitchen.
Alterations. Buttons made
For good e a t», go to the
ing ou the banks of the Luckia-
for ladies clothes. Work called
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Roberts and mute. Home made ice cream was
for and delivered. Phone 126
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies ,Pies, two sons Herschel aud Louis came served in cantelope dishes and
W m . F i n l e y , Prop.
aud other bakery goods, every day iu their automobile Saturday some jolly games and contests were
at the Falls City Bakery.
Meals at all hours—best on the market.
Wm. Ellis has returned from a
morning from Portland to visit features of the delightful social.
to Tillamook county. Mr.
Cheat and Vetch hay for sale
that it is »go o d country,
♦8.UU at farm or $10 00 delivered.
better th.an this. He
W. F. Good, Phone 152, A. D.
Fourth Quarterly Conference will printed each week, and will be sent believes that with the same indus
day morning when they made the
Mrs. D. D. Finley came frem
to any address desired, postpaid, try dairying could be made as pro
return trip via Newburg where be held S9pt. 4th at 3.30 P. M.
Portland today to spend the sum
for 2 cents per copy.
M. A. Marcy, Pastor.
they expect to visit a sister living
mer with her son, Win. Finley,
Your vacation no matter
Dr. Noyes of Portland ha» been
where or how you go will ho
Miss Eunica Hodges of Eugene
in charge of the office of Dr. Hell-
Sewing machines for sale. Ladies uiece of Mrs. C. L. Hopkins is
il.iuhly pleasant if y o u
warlli, during the latter’s absence. now is your time to get a good visiting Mrs. Sevier of Dallas.
K"ihik them too, the little
pictures made so easily will
W ill Hinshaw has been in charge Singer Sewing Machine oil easy
Money to luau on approved real
show I Im liomelolka the
of the Harrington confectionery terms or get your old machine re estate security. If you have money
the splendid limes you had.
during the honeymoon of the pro paired. G. L. Matney, manager to loan, let me fiud a borrower for
for the Singer Machine Co., of
you. Phone 1621, Dallas, Oregon,
Salem is stopping at New Falls
Walter L. Tooze, Jr.
Kodaks $6 to $20
^ ® ^ e ye specialist will be in Dal City Hotel for a few days.
W HITE ROTARY
SEW ING M ACHINES
Closing Out at Cost.
J. C. TALBO TT &. CO.
f l c w e o f jfalte C D it^
ii Ü m
Don’t Forget Falls City, Ore.
I s n M
N B n n a n i
XTbe ilß a bcn a
Take a Kodak With You
The Trend o f Prices
Brownie $1 to $12
Return From Outing
las Sept. 1 and 2.
All persons owing the Falls City
Mrs. Minnie Hutton returned
Electric Light Co. for service prior
Monday to her homo in Puyallap,
to April 1, 1914, will please pay
Wash., after a visit with her bro
the amount.to D. L. Wood at The
ther, Dr. Officer.
Dr. W. B. Officer has leceived u
complete line of office furniture
from Chicago the first of the week
O. M. or G. C.
for his office at Dallas.
Mahr have beeu »«signed to me
Dr. and Mrs. Hellwaith and M. and are now due and payable at
L. Thompson retur led Friday th« Bank of Falls City. All per
from Tillamook where they had sons knowing themselves to be in
been spending the week.
debted to the above parties will
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Vungildor have trouble and costs by settling
and family of Glendale are visit the same at once,
ing Mrs. Vangilder’s brother, N.
Seligand family this week.
George Heghr and wife, and
1 1 non Rrentner letur.ied Wed-
iday night fr. m Bellknap and
• ley Springs where they had
en taking an outing. Thoy niado
e return trip by way of Maple-
n, Florence and the Heceta Light
nuso. They fished on the coast
id hunted in the mountains,
ley spent six weeks on their trip
id report having had an exeel-
Grandma Courter who is quite
ill has been moved to the home of
her son, Alex Courter w here she
can receive better attention,
QAVE H I M A S U R P R I S E
Our Postmaster, Ira C. Marbling
received a very pleasant surprise
Friday morning by a visit from
his Irother, W. I’ . Merhling and
wife of West Unity, Ohio. 1 his is
W. I’. Merhling'« lirst trip and he
is delighted with the country.
Notice to Electric Light Users
Mrs. J. P. DeWitt of Monmouth
has been visiting her daughter,
Mrs. I. G. Singleton and her son,
Fraud DeWitte the past week.
Miss Wampler and Miss Ware
of Portlund, and Mrs. Sirayer of
Falls City were tho guests of Dr.
and Mrs. E. J. Sckeetz, Monday.—
Mrs. M. M. Wonderly and her
three sons returned Thursday
Dr. C. J. Smith, Democratic can
afternoon from a visit in Kastern
for Governor was in Fulls
Oregon. They left here the 28th
the guest of Mr. and
day of June and visited at The
Dulles, Moro, Tygh Valley and
Portland. They are glad to get
Tillamook and threatens to make
Falls City another visit before he
Mrs. B. W. Bohison returned is (? ) elected. The campaign does
Thursday lrom Newport.
not seem to worry him greatly as
W. P. I ,ewis and family return he is a hale and husky looking
ed Tuesday from Newport.
Hereafter water rent becomes
delinquent after the 17th of each
month. Unless paid by that date
your water will be turned off by
the city marshal without notice.
H. G. Strayer, Auditor.
Forty-sixth School Year Opeas
S EPTEH B ER
i8 th .
W rite for Illustrated loo-page Book
let, "THE I.IFB CAREER,” and for Cata
log containing full information.
P e g rte Court/t — AGRICULTURE !
Agronomy, Animal Husbandrv.DalryHus-
bandry. Poultry Husbandry, Hortkulture.
Agriculture for Teachers. FORESTRY,
LOGGING ENGINEERING. HOME ECO
NOMICS: Domestic Science, Domestic Art,
Highway, Mechanical, Chemical, Mining.
Ceramics. COMMERCE. PHARMACY.
Vocational Courses- Agriculture, Dairy
ing, Home Makers’ Course, industrial
Arts, Forestry, Business Short Course.
School o f .Va-iic—Piano, String, Band,
Farmer» Bulinen Co<r<e by Meil Free.
AildrfM THK RKC.ISTRAB,
(tw 7-15 lo *-»)
a Day Passes but we are
COTTON NOW SOARING
Woolen Fall Dress Goods Now In
"Schooling in youth «hotiU Invariably be
directed to prepare a person la the best wae
for t h « best permanent occupation for which
he is capable. —PresidentC W Shot
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
We fortunately placed advance orders on a large portion
of fall garments and will be able to sell most things at usual
prices. O f course present stocks will run out and late higher
prices seem inevitable. We strongly urge early selection.
Blankets just received, bought early last spring at lowest
prices, marked according.
THE LIFE CAREER
This Is the Mission of the
are Upw ard
Nothing ¡» Belter tku
Dr. Miles* Anti-Pain Pills
They G ire Relief Without
We positively can not duplicate and sell at prices marked.
Outing Flannels new line even better values than last year,
mostly all marked 10c yard. Underwear same prices pre
vailing as heretofore. Leather has gone up 10%—Shoes will
follow. Get your shoes of us at no additional raise. Flour
we yet have on hand about a two week’s supply under
" I can say that Dr. Mllee’ Rem
edies h a re been a godsend to me
»n d my family.
t used to have
such terrible headaches I would a l
most be wild for days at a time. I
began using Dr. Mile«' Ant I P * In
Pills and never have those head
aches any more. I can speak highly
of Dr. Miles' Nervine also for It
cured one of my children of a terrible
I can always
speak a good word for your Rem-
edieo and hava recommended them
to a good many of my friends who
hasa been well pleased with them.”
MRS. OHO. H B R T A N .
Far Sals by All Druggists.
25 Dosss, 26 Csnts.
M ILE S M E D IC A L CO., Elkhart. Ind.
Will still sell Imperial at
S E L I G ’ S,
Falls City Department Store.