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THE FALLS CITY NEWS.
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SALEM, FALLS CITY ¿ WESTERN
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Take a Kodak With You
Your vacstii n no matter
whore or how you go will be
doubly pleasant if y o u
Kodak them too, the little
pictured made ao easily will
allow the homefolka the
the splendid limua you had.
Kodaks $6 to $20
Brownie $1 to $12
S. B. Taylor
Room 10 Nat. Bank Building
IT c w s o f f a W s G i t i
The best show at the Gem tonight
Mies Vola Selig was in Dallas
Fred Chapin was
Mis O. P. Driggs was in Dallas
Mrs. John Hughes is visiting her
mother at Eugene.
Mrs. II. K. Stair viiited Mrs. D.
J. Grant nt Dallas Monday.
Work at the plainer was resum
ed for a few days this week.
Herman Hawkins and Irvin
Lewis were up from Dallas last
Mr. and Mr». N. Selig, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Hall returned from
Miss I’carl Snedeker of Portland
has l een employed as one of the
teachers in the public schools at
If. M. Grant of Portland adjus
ter for the Home A Fireman In
surance Co., was here this week
adjusting the Talbott loss.
If you-wish to trade rough graz
ing land near Falls City for level
land near Olympia, Wash., send
legal description to Irvin Mat
thews, 101 Dekum building, Port
Professor Haley, Superintendent
of the City school arrived Monday
and is domiciled in the Moyer
House. School will open Septem
ber 21 and the Professor will, in
the mean time get acquainted with
the people and make plans for his
Mrs. Warren Wright Dead
President Asks For
Mrs. Warren Wright of Rock
Creek aged about 58 years of age
9100,000,000 War Tax
died Monday hiu ! was buried in
the Falls City I. O. O. F., cemetery To Deliver Message at Jala tCong-
rets Session Without Advising
Mrs. Wright had lived in 'Falla
Msans to Proouro It
City and the Hiletz country for
over 15 years. She leaves a hus
band, a daughter and four sons.
Washington, Sept. 4. - President
Wilson will appear before a joint
session of Congress today at 12:30
Gave Surprise Party
to ask for a war tax meas
A very pleasant surprise was
(fiven Bert Seymour last Satur
day evening in the form of a
party, the occasion being his 59th
birthday. On returning from
down town about 8:00 o’clock his
wife sent him to the library for the President will not advise the
a parcel. The room was in dark manner in which the money shall
ness, and on entering the lights be raited.
were switched on and about
fifty pairs of eyes stared him in
the face, • " course he stared back COTTON LACKS BUYERS
and it was the common opinion
his were the biggest. Having G R O W ER S T O LD P E A C E IS O N LY R E
M E D Y FO R S IT U A T IO N .
forgotten it was his birthday the
surprise was complete.
The youtn and beauty of /alls Transportation Near Norm al, but M ills
City was well represented, the o f Europe Have No M on or M oney
for M anu factu re s.
only ‘‘old fellow who got mixed
with the boys” being Floyd Sey
Washington, Sept. 3. —Restor
ation of peace in Europe is the
A spelling match, a peanut
only real remedy for the situa
contest and other exciting and
tion confronting the cotton grow
youthful games were indulged in
ers, Representative Slayden, of
until a late hour, when refresh
Texas, told the House today.
ments were served, after which
‘‘The trouble is not a lack of
all departed for their homes in
transportation,” he said. “Traf
the best of spirits.
fic is now moving cut of Galves
As a consequence of the party
ton, New Orleans and Atlantic
new ties, socks, handkerchiefs,
ports in a wa} that bids fair to
etc., will be in evidence for the
force a return to normal shipping
next year, at the end of which
conditions soon. The trouble is
time, B“rt says, they may do it
a lack of buyers. European mills
can not buy cotton until they
Mrs. Cleavlar.d ami daughter have men and money to manufac
ture it. These can be secured
went to Salem Tuesday.
only through the re-establishment
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stevens vis
ited at Independence Wednesday.
The House committee on agri
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. West visited culture filed its favorable report
their daughter at Salem Tuesday. today on the proposed Federal
Miss Helen Hopkins visited supervised warehousing system
friends at Dallas from Saturday for cotton, grain and other non-
perishable agricultural products.
Mrs. C. L. Hopkins was called The bill, a consolidation of two
to Newport Monday tq the bedside measures, will be pressed for ac
tion at this session.
of a sick friend.
"The dire situation confront
Ireland Peterson of Dallas came
the cotton producers,” the
Tuesday to stay with bis grand
committee reported, "emphasize
mother, Mrs. M. A. Montgomery most strikingly the utter inade
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stevens, and quacy of the present system of
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Stetens re marketing standard farm crops.
turned Thursday from Newport The essential weakness is lack of
adequate storage facilities and
where thoy hal beon visiting Mrs. their non-relation to the country’s
Moore a sister of Mrs. W. B. banking system .”
The bill provides that uniform
receipts will be issued
Tuesday morning a tire started
on agricultural products stored
»¿ain in the rear of the ruins of in Government licensed ware
the Talbott building. The fire houses.
The system is not compulsory,
started from a bundle of blankets
under which a fire had bten however, and does not interfere
smouldering. The flames were with tho warehouse systems now
organized under state or local
making a good headway when dis authority.
covered by the nightwatchman
who turned in a fire alarm and ex
Mrs. Lulu Courter made a visit
tinguished tho fire.
to Salem Tuesday.
W. J. Southwell of Norton’s,
Miss Maud Montgomery went to
Ore., was here Thursday viewing Portland Monday to visit friends.
the loss of his building that was
Mrs. L. Pfandhoefer of Salem
destroyed by fire Monday. He
was a guest at tbe home of Mr. and
owned the building occupied by
Mrs. Ira Mehrling Thursday and
Talbott A Co. The damage to the
Friday of this week.
building was found to be 12,800 in
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Lucas of
stead of 91,000 ns was reported in
City were guests of Mr.
Tuesday’s Observer. Mr. South-
Ira Mehrling to dinner.
well was at one time a resident of
Falls City, and owner of the News.
He is now farming in the Siletz
M. E. Church
Regular morning worship fol
lowing Suuday School.
Evening worship, sermon: “ La
I am prepared to do dressmak
ing according to the latest styles. bor-Day in Eden” . In r e c o g n i
Patterns cut and dresses fitted. tion of Labor-day.
M i l t o n A. M a r c y , Pastor.
Charges reaeounble and satisfaction
guaranteed. Mrs. May Laue. Flat
west of News office. Phone 86.
The council met Tuesday even
Improved Mail Service
ing and transacted the usual rou
Postmaster Mehrling has receiv tine business. Protests against
ed notice from the Superintendent improving Terrace street and East
of Railway Mail Service that a Avenue. The couucil decided that
through pouch will lie put on trains if the people living on these streets
Nos. 157 and 158, arriving here at did not want good streets that it
5:36 and departing at 5:40 P. M. was up to them, go their protests
With this service a letter address were accepted. The sidewalk on
ed to Portland, or eastern states, K street between Fifth and Boun
instead of laying over all night at dary was condemned as being un
Dallas, will go through to Portland safe. The marshal was instructed
the same uight and be sent out on to post notices and put up obstruc
the morning delivery, or cast on tions. The school hoard were no
the morning train, making a sav tified to fill up cesspool on K street
ing of 12 hours time.
as being unsafe and unianitary.
O o m m u n ity S ilv e r
TVve“G r e a te r O r e ^ o T v '^ S
W ilh n ew building«, b e tte r equ ip ,
•neat, en larg ed g ro u n d « , m d m a n y a d
d ition« to it« facu lty , tb e U n h rereiry
>•' O re g o n w ill b eg in Ire th ir ty n in th
y ear T u e sd a y . S ep tem b er IS.
Special tra in in g fo r Buamea«, Jo u r-
naliam , L aw M edicine. T each in g . Li-
A rc h ite c tu re ,
P h y tic a l T ra in in g and Pine Arte.
Large«! and t f o n g e t f d ep artm en t«
o f liberal ed u catio n
Standard of the World
New and hcuutiful pattern* in|
Tea’s, Cream, Berry and Pre
serves Ladles, Cohl Meat, Kish I
ami Salad Forks, Bread and Pie
Knivis, Pickle and Oyster Forks
etc., Tea S'Is, Cake and Hr* ad f
We can surely please you.
L i b r a r y o f M o t r t h a n I I . N 9 voltsfleee. t w o
•» U n«*t4 g y fn n a e iw a M . r l c v r n b u i l d in g s
N r w ffO O .M t A 4 » .n t « i r i n o « i i
B u iU to # • • r o u t — o f f o a f i r u A l o n
T u itio n f t •« .
D o m i i r . n r « fo r m e n t u t
to r w o m e n
P .z p e n t » l o w n t
W < " t l o t c i t a t o * s n 4 ilL>* t / a t v d h o o t l e t ,
R e g is tra r.
W. A. PERSEY, Jeweler.
CLOTHE» CLEANING AM» PRESSING
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I. A . J O H N S T O N
French Dry Cleaning, Repairing
and Alterations. Muttons made
for ladies clothes. Work called
for and delivered. Phone 126
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT
M udlvr B uilding
Z b c Us City's
The time draws nearwhen people want to go “some
where” to spend their vacation. Of times the question
of COST enters very largely into determining just
where they will spend it.
Falls C ity , Oregon
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 m . F inley , Prop.
When Planning a Vacation
„ u o .r . Mrg
Vrs. Mae Nicboia
For good eats, go to tho
M »I» s t a l l b o a r * - b e s t on tbe m arket.
Arch Storm, Wm. Storm and
List of Letters
Charlie Thomas of Portland were
Remaining uncalled for in this in town Wednesday and left the
office for the week ending Sept. same evening for Salem.
Alex Courter made a trip to
L a d ie s .
last Saturday after peaches.
Moor, Mrs. Vivian
D o n ’ t F o r g e t F a lls C i t y , O r e .
Money to loan on approved real
estate security. If you have money
to loan, let me find a borrower for
G. M. Tice attended the meeting
you. Phone 1621, Dallas, Oregon, of the Republican Central Com
Walter L. Toozt, Jr.
mittee at Dallas last Saturday.
Miss Ruth Montgomery went to
Mrs, Bert Dennis visited re
latives at Dallas last Saturday.
Tro u t Fishing a lo n g th e Luckiamute
The fisherman will be'delighted with the opportun
ities for this sport.
The town is supplied with excellent hotels and the
rate3 are very reasonable. Automobiles and livery rigs
can be obtained if one desires to take a trip into the
valley, below or the mountains
B ta te o f O hio, c ity o f T o led o , l „
L u c a s C o u n ty .
F r a n k J . C h e n e y m a k e s o a th th a t h e lg
s e n io r p a r t n e r o f th e firm o r F . J. C h en ey
Co., d o in g b u sin e ss In th e C ity of T o-
do. C o u n ty a n d S t a t e a fo re sa id , a n d
t h a t sa id Arm w ill p a y t h e su m o f O N E
H U N D R E D D O L L A R S f o r e a c h a n d ev
e r y c a s e o f C a ta r r h t h a t c a n n o t be cu red
b y th e u s e o f H A L L ’S C A T A R R H C U R E .
F R A N K J. C H E N E Y
S w o rn to b e fo re m e a n d su b scrib ed In
m y p re se n c e , th i s t t h d a y o f D ecem b er.
A. D i m
A. W . G L E A S O N .
N o ta r y P u b lic.
H a ll’s C a ta r r h C u re Is t a k e n In te rn a lly
a n d a c ts d ir e c tly u p o n t h e blood a n d m u
c o u s s u r f a c e s o f t h e s y s te m . S en d fo r
te sU m o n ia ls. free.
F . J C H E N E Y A C O .. T oledo. O.
S old b y s l l D ru g g is ts . 75c.
Taka B a ll’s Family Pills for constipation.
Milk and Cream, delivered morn-
ingorevening. Call phone Blue 35.
Prof. H. C. Seymour, Couuty
School Superintendeut visited the
Fresh Bread,Cakes,Cookies, Pits,
school here Monday in hehalf of
and other bakery goods, every day
James, Dewey [3 letters]
the Couuty Fair work.
at the Falls City Bakery.
Mitchell, 1). C.
Mansen, N. G.
Mathews, J. B.
Sherhv, L. S.
These letters will le sent to the
dead letter office Sept. 15, 1914
if not delivered before. Iu calling
for the pbove, please say “Adver
tised,” giving date of list.
I r a C. M e h b l i n g , P. M,
The Trend of Prices
Service on next Lord’s Day at
11a. m., and 8. p. m.
“The Second Coming of Christ.”
Is He coming again?
If so when and where?
And what is the purpose of His
All are invited.
All are welcome.
A cordial invitation to all.
Strangers made welcome.
HOP CROP AND YARD
Independence, Or., Aug. 31.—
The hop crop of the Alluvial Farm
Company, which is owned by M.
and Conrad Krebs, is ready for
harvesting, and 150 pickers were-
to have started work this morn
ing, but the crop and the entire
paraphernalia necessary to har
vesting the hops have been at-
tachtd by Sheriff John Grant.
The Sheriff attached an auto
truck, two new hop stoves for
drying hops, hop baskets, burlap
for bailing. Krebs Brothers’ bank
account at the Farmers’ State
Bp.nk here, and all other personal
property, under a judgment held
by J. L. Hanna amounting to
about $20*K) with costs. The
pickers are now trying to secure
employment at other yards, but
as ail other yards in this vicinity
have engaged all the pickers they
can handle, they meet with little
Hardly a Day Passes but we are
advised of advances on Staple
We fortunately placed advance orders on a large portion
of fall garments and will be able to sell most things at usual
prices. Of 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.
COTTON NOW SOARING
Woolen Fall Dress Goods Now In
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 3—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
Will still sell Imperial at
S E L I G ’ S,
Falls City Department Store.