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THE FALLS CITY NEWS
fle w s o f Jfall8(£itv>
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Thompson
went to Portland Kriday.
Pern Meyrei of Tillamook was
hery several days this week.
Death of Jacob Rhodabarger
7 he best show at the Ciem tonight
S h I cmi , . . 6.85
Dulia». . . H.46
Falla C ity. 8.50
I li .00 2.60
pm. pm. pm.
Falla City. 9.80 1.25 3.45 5.40
Dallo» . . . 10.15 2.00 4.25 6.40
Salem . . . 11.86 8.15 80 7.45
K 4 *TMOUND
1. (> HmuunoH, Ausai
Mr. Horn* Saakar—
L S I C I T Y , O R E G O N
E L TO
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d u y
B O ro h ar d Land
Cl. D. Treat made a trip to Cor
Mrs. R. A. Titus returned W ed
nesday (rum Dallas.
Get your butter wrapper» print
ed at the Now» oflice.
Preparations are moving along
lor the Polk County Kair.
Take a Kodak With You
Room 10 Nat. llank Building
Btntr o f Ohio, city of Toledo. 1 -,
Fr.rnk J. Chrnoy makes oath that ho la
•rnlor partner of the Arm of F. J Ohenoy
A Co., doing business In the City of To
ledo. County and Stato aforesaid, and
that «aid Arm will pay tho »urn of O N E
H U N D R E D D O L L A R S for each and ev
ery raao of Catarrh that cannot be cured
by the us« of H A L L 'S C A T A R R H CUR E.
F R A N K J. C H E N E T .
Sworn to before mo and aubaertbed In
my presence, this ith day of December.
A. D 18S8.
A. W O LE A B O N ,
H all's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally
end acta directly upon the blood end mu-
cou« Rurfarra of the ayatem. Send for
F. J C H E N E Y A CO.. Toledo. O.
Sold by all Druggists. 75e.
Taka UaU'a Family PUla for constipation.
C. A. Hubbard weut to Dallas
Wednesday to be at tbe bedside of
his sick father, who is not expect
ed to survive. Mrs. Iiubbarl will
leave for Salem today.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cockerline of
Eugene and Mr. and Mrs. Wether-
bee of Independence visited Miss
Grace Cockerline Sunday. They
spent the day in an outiug on
Mrs. Tom Gardner and daughter
of Salem returned Tuesday to their
home having been called here by
the sickuess and death of Roy
Mrs. R. I’ . Bird of McMinnville
aud Mrs. Emma Duncan of Salem
are visiting their cousins, Mrs. K.
K. Hubbard aud Mrs. W. B. Me-
Post Office Time Card
Kown this week.
This is their
Otlico hours: Daily, except Sun
day, 8 a.m. to 6.30 p.tn.
Mail arrives, from
C. R. Canfield, Republican nom
Salem 8.50 a.in., 3:36 p.m., and
inee for County Surveyor of Polk
5 :35 p. m.
Mail arrive» from Dallas, 8:50 County was in Falls City Thurs
day. Mr. Cantield will soon begin
a. in., and 3:35 p. m.
Mail closes lor Salem, 9:00 a.m., an active campaign.
1 p. m. and 5:00 p. m.
The work of “ rocking”
Mail close» for Dallas 9:00 a. m. streets that have been grjded late
and 5.00 p. m.
ly was beguu Wednesday. The
Mail closes for Black Rock 11:00 rains have put the new grades in
fine condition to receive the rock.
Mail arrives from Black Rock 2
The rain tho first of the week
has proven a blessing to man and
beast. It has settled the dust, ex
Mail arrives from Salem, 8:50 tinguished the timber fires, clean'd
the atmosphere of smoke and dust
Mail closes for Salem, 9:00 a. m. and made fall plowing possible.
Ottico hours: Sunday ouly, 9:30
An early train during the State
to 10:80 a.m:
Fair at Salem would be greatly
Effective September 4, 1914.
appreciated by the Fall City people
I ka C. M ehrling , Postmaster.
and would enable them to visit the
Kails City, Polk Co., Ore.
Fair and return in the evening.
S unday O nly
Card of Thanks
We desire to express our sincere
send thanks to the many friende who so
Mat kindly assisted during the last
Port sickness and the death of our be
loved father, Jacob Rhodabarger,
for the beautiful floral offerings
I t Miss Eunice Hodges| who has
been Fpending several weeks in of love and sympathy.
Kalis City returned to her home in
If you wi»h to trade rough
ing land near Kalis City for
land near Olympia, Wash.,
legal description to Irvin
thew», 401 Dekum building,
TVve“G r eater O r e g o n ’
W ith n «w buildings, bsttrr equip
mem. enlarged grnunde, to d msny ad-
ditione lo lit (acuity, ih * University
o l Oregon w ill begin ite thirty ninth
yeer Tuesday, September IS.
Special training lor Business. Jour
naKwn, Law , Medicine. Teaching. U -
brary W ork. Music. Architecture.
Physical T raining and Fine Art«.
1 argrst anil strongest departments
o l liberal education
l i b r a r y o l ■»*>»• »H »n I I . M I v i ) l u « » i l » o
t p l t r r l * g y re n s a lu a s a *1 i v » « b o t l d i o g i f u lly
• q u ip p e d
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f IM .000 A i l m m i u r t i i o n
R u itd m g in c o u r s e »»I < o r .a tr u r tin ii
T u n »o n F re e
D o r n i m r i » i f o r n r n arwl
fo r w o m e n
K i p « n « # i lo w e s t
W r i t e f o r c a ta lo g and l l l i i t m i t d b o o k le t .
A d d e r saing R r g l i t r i r .
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o n to O H
CLO TH K* C LE AN IN G A N I) I'H KM INO
Jacob Hhodaharger died at bis
M. L. Carter of Portland was
hi Kail» City, Wednesday
in the city the firat oi the week.
Sept. 9. Funeral service» were
Mrs, Win. Wooden and children held at the M. K. Church and in
C alcnN ir-- S e p t . , 10 14
of Black Rock were in Kails City terment in the Fall» City cemetery
luu. Mon. T i k i . Wed Than. Fri. lat. Tuesday,
Jacob Rhodabarger wa» born in
Mrs. Charles Mix aud family Venango Co., Pa , on tbe 24th day
10 II 12 went to Portland Tuesday for a of June, 1885, and died at Falls
City, Ore., on the 9th day o f Sept.
17 18 19 short visit.
13 14 15 16
I'.Ul at the age of 79 years, 2
24 25 26
20 21 22 23
Miss Clylie Hall will leave Sup- mouths and 15 days. Ho was in
27 28 29 30
day fer Eugene where she will at hi» usual health until Kriday of last
week when lie was taken ill and
grew worse until the end came.
He was united in marriage to
Miss Vola Selig went to Dalles
Thursday to lake
her weekly Abigal Perry on the 7th day of
Doc. 1865. Nine children were
oourse of music.
born, three of which died in in
Mrs. Graham who lives on the fancy.
Tbe following children still sur
Geo. Heeforth place suffered a
vive him: Mrs. A. J. Shipley,
paralytic stroke this week.
Monmouth, Ore., Mrs. A. H. Hecox,
Miss Blanch Jones returned Iola, Ka»., K. \V. Rhodabarger,
home Kriday after a visit with her Albany, Ore . Mr». L. T. Murphy
and Mr». J. C. Talbott, Kails City,
sister, Mrs. C. A. Hubbard.
and Mrs. J. E. Beezley, Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Hutton of near
Mr. Rhodabarger was one ofjthe
Tacoma, Wash., have moved to builders of the .Methodist church
Kalis City to make their future in our city, of which he has been an
official member for many years.
Your vacation no matter
Tbe many beautiful flowers and
where or how you go will be
Dial Tate of Willamina and expressions ' f regret show how the
doubly pleasant if y o u
Henry Tate of Kickreal were at deceased wa» loved aud respected
Kodak them too, the little
tending the fuueral services of Roy by the Kail» City citizens.
pictures made so easily will
tdiow flip homefolks the
Mr. and Mrs. A. W Stevens and
the splendid time» you had.
Rev. J. E. Holley o f Hastings,
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. StevenB went
Sunday in their auto to the Inde Neb., will deliver a series o f lec
tures at the Christian church
pendence hop yards.
Kodaks $6 to $20
commencing Monday night, Sep
Chester McSherry aud wife of tember 14th.
Brownie $1 to $12
His lectures will be on the sub
Airlie were called to the Gardner
home Sunday on account ui the ject o f Christian Union which is
endorsed by many o f the leading
death of Roy Gardner.
divines o f the world.
Mr. and Mrs. Christ Kennel of
On Monday night his subject
and Mrs. Bender and will be: " H o w the Church Be
cousir. of Ontario, Canada were came Divided.”
Tuesday night: " T h e Imperative
visitors at the Persey home last
Need o f Christian U nion.”
Wednesday pight: " A Divine
S. B. Taylor
Roy Gardner Dead
It iy, the 15-ycwr old hoii of Mr.
und Mr» G. W. Gardner died very
suddenly Sunday night of xugar
diabetes. Tho deceased bad not
been siek but a lew day» and it
was not thought to be »eriou» until
Hunduy when he grew worse.
Tho deceased was l.orn and rear
ed ill Fall» City and wa» well
liked by all who knew him. Ho
was delivery loan for the depart
ment store o f N. Heli".
Funeral service» were conducted
at the home by Rev. B. L. Hick»
of the Christian church and inter
ment was made in the Odd Fel
lows cemetery Tuesday.
SALIM, FALLS CITY 4 WESTERN
I’HHtwnK'T Train Schedule
Effective Dec. 1,1918
SEPT. 12, 1011
Basis for Union.”
I. A . J O H N S T O N
Krench Dry Cleaning, Repairing
and Alterations. Buttons made
for ladies clothes. Work called
for and delivered. Phone 126
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT
Ha tuple Room«
Z b e flfcabena
K ills C ity'» Beat Hotel
.. . „
Mrs. Mie Nichols
Manager». j j r> D tU ñ Dennis
For good eats, go to the
W m , F in l e y , Prop.
Me*U at all hour» best on the market.
Money to loan on approved real
estate security. I f you have money
to loan, let me find a Iwrrower for
you. Phone 1621, Dallas, Oregon,
Walter L. Toozt, Jr.
Toledo, Ohio, Sept. 4, 1914.
Editor ol Kalis City News,
Kali» City, Ore.
W ill wiite a few lines, land wife
are in Detroit, Mich., O. K. on
time bad a lovely trip. We are
all well and enjoying ourselves
tine I took in the parade, carried
Oregon state flag part of the way
on the parade, we marched 1 1-2
miles then dispersed. I will Bend
you a paper today. We will be in
Defiance, Ohio tomorrow then our
next stop will be at Stryden, Ohio.
Please keep the paper for me ghen
I return. Trusting that this will
find you and all the rest all well I
will ring off with best wishes.
Oregon is good enough for me.
II. W. Braucroft.
take, that she remained in the
building until after the fire was
extinguished. We published that
UNION STOCK YARDS CO.
part o f the account as was r e - ,
ported to us. Had we been soj
situated we should not have even
Friday-September 4, 1914.
waited until it was necessary to j
for the week have
fly out at a window but. would j
have gone while going was good.
ves-54, Hogs-2437, Sheep-2886.
Cattle market steady for the
Mrs. Ruth Blake is with her
motner, Mrs. Addie Montgomery.
week, top steers 6.75 to 7:00;
Mrs. Chapin and daughter, Mr». cows 5.75 to 6.00: heifers 6.00 to
Alvin Raius visited Dallas this 6.25; choice beef bulls firmer at
4.75, and veal market strong 8.00
Mrs. A. II. Dodd and Mr». C. L. to 8.50. Receipts were under
Hopkins brought Grandma Beezley normal.
from Newport last week.
Swine trade steady to firm
Best quality light
Frank Rhodabarger and wife
came up from Portland to be with stock 9.00 to 9.25. Smooth heavy
his father during his illness
weights 8.00 to 8.25. Receipts
smaller compared with
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beezeley
came over from Salem to attend a week ago.
the funeral of Jacob Rhodabarger.
Both mutton and lambs in
strong position. Yearling wethers
Sandford B. Taylor, Democratic advanced ten to fifteen cents.
candidate for couuty survoyor was Fancy lambs brought 6.00, and
in Kails City Monday. "Sandy” fat killing ewes 4.35. Outlet
is cock-sure that he will be the broad and demand steady. Re
next county surveyor in Polk ceipts comparatively light.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ross of
Marcóla, Oie., were here this week
having been called by the death of
Mrs. Ross’s youngest brother, Roy
POLK C O U N TY FAIR
to be held at
D allas Septem ber 17-18-19
Tickets will be sold from all S. P.
points on the East and West Side
Divisions Portland to Corvallis:
also from points on the S. F. C, &
W. and from Williamina on the P.
E. & E.
Thursday night he will talk o f
his travels in the Holy land, g iv
ing moving picture illustrations
o f many historic places.
Rev. Holly comes well recom
mended from his home church at
Hastings, Neb., not only as a
Christian; gentleman, but as a
forceful and entertaining speaker.
He also has many testimonials
Service on next Lord’s Day at
from places where he has given
11 a. m , and 8. p. m.
Thtme— morning service:
o fr »
‘ ‘ Pure and Undefiled Religion.”
Did Not Leave Building
Theme— evening service:
Miss Pearl Titus informs us
“ The Choice of Moses.”
that the statement in the News
last week that both telephone
All are invited.
girls escaped from the telephone
All ate welcome.
office through a window and
A cordial invitation
down a ladder during the fire in
the Talbott building was a mis Strangers made welcome. .
county. “ Sandy” is a pretty good
fellow, but we are of the opinion
that he is full o f prunes.
Low Round Trip Fares
D R E S S M A K IN G
I am prepared to do dressmak
ing according to the latest styles.
Patterns cut and dresses fitted.
Charges reasonable and satisfaction
guaranteed. Mrs. May Laue. Flat
west of News office. Phone 86.
September I6 to I9 inclusive. Return Limit
Full particulars as to fares, Train schedules, etc., from
nearest Agent of the
S a le m Falls C ity &, W estern
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland.
Milk and Cream, delivered morn-
ingorevening. Call phone Blue 35.
Hereafter water rent becomes
Fre»h Bread, Cakes,Cookies,Pies, delinquent after the 17th of each
and other bakery goods, every day month. Unless paid by that date
at the Falls City Bakery.
your water will be turned off by
A. J. Shipley of Monmouth was the city marshal without notice.
H. G. Strayer, Auditor.
a visiter here Tuesday.
SELIG’S! SEUG’s! SEUG’S!
You Can Buy Your Fall Requirements as
Cheaply at Selig’s as Elsewhere.
With an unsettled business condition and prices tend
ing upwards we believe you will do well to make your pur
chases early. Our stocks are now practically complete and
the larger part were bought early last spring when prices
were at lowest. We never had a larger or more varied line
o f Woolen Dress Goods—36-inch Serges and Crepes sold
nearly everywhere at 60c a yard. W e have marked to sell
at 50c as long as present stock lasts.
Large Stock Outing Flannel
Even a heavier, better grade than you usually get,
marked 10-cents a yard.
Blankets Are High
But with us the price is even lower than last year.
Present stock will not last a great while. Get yours now at
A heavy full cut bib overall that usually costs you $1.
We have marked and will sell until forced to raise for 90c.
There seems no question but we will see very high
prices on flour before another season. W e recently pur
chased a car and offer for a short time
Olmpic $1.60 per sack or $6.15 per barrel
Bluestem $1.50 per sack or $5.75 per barrel
White Rose $1.35 per sack or $5.20 per barrel
Remember we absolutely guarantee our flour.
our flour now in stock was made out o f the old wheat.
Yours for business.