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THE FALLS CITY NEWS
Street Grade Notice.
Notice of Collection of Assessments
To Esther Montgomery, H. S.
Montgomery, Estate. W. B. Mc-
Known, Alex Courter, Mrs. E.
Forshey, Caleb Forshey, L. M.
Robertson, R. E. Williams and
E. C. Kirkpatrick, Roy L. Fuller,
Irving Matthews, John Begg.
Trustee o f Adventist church, W.
R. Norris. Wm. Bohle, W. H.
Mathews. B. A. Lombard. B. M.
Adams, Salem, Falls City & Wes
tern R. R. Co.
N O TIC E is hereby given, That
unless the sums o f money re
spectfully assessed upon the lots
and parts o f lots and tracts o f
land hereinafter particularly d e -:
scribed, said assessment having
been made by Resolution No. 93
o f the City o f Falls City, Oregon
adopted March 2, 1914 and said j ,
assessments being for the last o f
the improvement o f certain parts !
o f south Main, Dayton and Lom
bard street, together with all
costs and accruing costs and in
terests from the date o f the en
try o f said assessments in the
Docket o f City Liens o f Falls
City, shall be paid within ten (10)
days from the date o f this notice,
the said city council o f Falls City
will declare the same delinquent ^
and will commence proceedings ^
for the collection thereof.
The descriptions o f the real
property assessed, the names o f H f
the respective owners thereof. %
and the sum assessed upon each i
lot or part o f lot or tract o f land
THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS WORTH OF DRY GOODS, SHOES, CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, MILLIN
and the amounts now due, are as
| jf| ERY, LADIES READY-TO-WEAR, ETC., ON SALE WITHOUT RESERVE. COME TO OUR STORE, YOU
OWE IT TO YOURSELF. INVESTIGATE, A COMPARISON WILL CONVINCE YOU. WHY WAIT AND
Esther Montgomery, H.S.Mont- Sfi
gomery Estate:—Lot 1, block B. |f|| PAY MORE LATER.
Montgomery’s Addition to Falls j M
$ .83' xfg
W. B. McKnown:—Lot 2, block
B. Montgomery’s addition to Falls
Alex Courter:—Lots 3 and 4 of
block B. Montgomery’s addition to
Falls City, Oregon
$ 1 66
Mrs.E.Forshay, ( Caleb Forshay)
»Vs oWrÄS: Y
•* oXt&.1 »
Lots 2 and 3, o f block I, Montgom
e ry’s addition to Falls Citv,
$ 1 66 o f said lot to the North line
¡'gc, and 10 cents for each certi-
L. M. Kobertson:
Lot 4, block ai]ey; thence W est along said alley
cate not especially provided for.
I, Montgomery s addition to Falls . .,
$17 50 t:>the southeast corner o f s a « null
Life Insurance P o l i c i e s P a y .
insurance policies are to be
R E . Williams and E. C. Kirk-
Patrick:—Lot 5 block I. Montgom- he East line o
taxed 8 cents on each $100, and
ery's addition to Falls City,
the center of Luckiamute river;
lire, marine, casuality, fidelity and
$17 50 thence Tiiasterly down said river
• laranty insurance (H)lieies 1 cent
Roy Fuller:—West one-half o f to the head of milldam; thence
each on each dollar, as in 1898.
lot 6 block I, Montgomery’s addi- to the north bank of said river, to
< oods withdrawn from customs
tion to Falls City, Oregon
$ 8 75 the north wink> o f Kram er’s mill-
houses will pay a stamp tax of 50
Irving Matthews and John Begg dam; tbence easterly to the -outh-
as in 1898, but the 25-cent
— Last one-half o f lot 6, block I
, m i,;
Montgomery’s addition to Falls 'vest c0™ r ~ (/f 11
tax on each warehouse receipt im
$ 8 75 chains north o f the southwest cor-
posed in 1898 is omitted. The 1898
John Begg and Irving Matth-1ner 0>1 sa>d D. L. C.: t lie nee La.-.t
tax o f from 25 cents to $1 for en
ews:—Lot 1, block P, M o n tg o m - L 13 chains:
thence South ,.*>
try o f goods at customs-houses,
e ry ’s addition to Falls City Oregon chains: thence W est 1.13 chains to
according to value, is renewed.
$13 65 place* of beginning.
For each seat in a palace or par
Irving Mathews:—Lots 3, 4, 5,
FRED J. HOLMAN
B. A. Lombard: Beginning 10
car and for each berth in a
6, block P, Montgomery s addition
chains West and 100 feet South
B e p u b lic a n N o m in e e fo r
Falls City, Polk County State o f
. sleeping car, the tax now is to be
$61 25 o f the Northeast corner o f the T i t E A S T B E R O K P O I . K C O I N I Y j 1 cents, against the 1-cent war
W. R. Morris:—A certain tract John Sheldon D. L. C. in T 8 S
tax o f 1898. .
o f land situate on South Main R 6 W o f the Willamette Merid
Passage tickets, which are tick
street in the City o f Falls City, ian in the County o f Polk and A fu ll i l s y ’ s w o rk a n d fin ti fu i s e r
from a United States jiort to
v ic e ,
Y ( ur v o te is solicite d.
Polk County, Oregon, described as State Oregon: thence West 3.70
port, will be taxed from
beginning at the southwest cor
( P a id A d v e r t U '- m e iit . )
chains; thence South 4.21 chains
ner of a lot belonginging to Belle
$1 to $5 each, according to the
Wolfe et als which is 87 o 30 * thence southeasterly along the
value o f the ticket, as in 1898.
West 12.64 chains from the south N orth line o f Railroad right o f
Oth er In stru m e n ts Taxed
east corner o f D. L. C. o f T. C. way; to a point 5.70 chains South
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provisions are: Brokers’
Thorp No. 55 in T 8 S. R. 6 W o f o f the place o f beginning; thence
10 cents, deeds and oth
the Williamette Meridian in the
North 5.70 chains to the place o f
County o f Polk and State o f Ore
er conveyances 50 cents, when
of ff_pi^ ’,su„rplu;?1 a,,'J
gon; thence with said W o lfe’s line beginning.
undivided profits; brokers will pay not exceeding $500 in amount, and
North 100 feet; thence West 35
R. M. Adams:— Beginning 11.-
50 cents for each additional $500;
feet to alley A ; thence South 100 50 chains West o f the Northeast I $50 each, pawbrokers $20, com-
mortgages 25 cents for each $1500
feet to the North side o f South
corner o f the D. L. C. o f John
power o f attorney to vote 10 cents
Main street in Falls. City; thence
. m o e n « Wn f t » w »
along the North, side o f South •Sheldon in 1 8 S R 6 VV ol the theatres, music and concert halls [ power o f attorney to sell 25 cents,
Main street, E^tt; 36 feet to th«e> Willamette Meridian intheCoun- in cities o f $15,000 population or protest o f nota, bill o f acceptance,
place of begi/xmng
t y o f Polk and State o f Oregon;
over are to pay $100 each. Circus etc, 25 cents.
Wm. r>)hle:—Beginning a l a thence West 150 feet; thence
The committee eliminated alto
point 723 feet West o f the south South 100 feet; thence East 150 proprietors are to pay $100 a year,
foreign bills o f exchange,
east corner o f the D. L C. o f T.G. fee t; thence North 100 feet to
agreements, manifest and
Thorp No. 55 in T 8 S R « W o f
$35 0(7' ^ an(l proprietors o f bowling al-
the Willamette Meridian in the the place o f beginning.
’ ’ ' leys or billiard-rooms, $5 for each foreign bills o f lading and also
Salem Falls City & Western R. alley or table.
County o f Polk and Slate o f Or e
struck out all reference to stamp
gon; thence North V the Luckia H . Co:— Strip o f land 5 feet wide
tax on checks, bills o f exchange,
T o b a c c o D e a lers T a x o d .
mute River; thepoe up said river ¡across right o f way, crossing
and deposit certificates.
100 feet; the*,g^.South to a point
Tobacco dealers and manufac
Because of constitutional ques
100 feet V ; . ^ yf the place o f be Lombard street, in Falls ( '¡ty,
$5.43. turers are to be taxed the same tions postofTice money orders and
ginning; tJhence East 100 feet
the plcpe o f beginning
$ 1 66 j
A ll o f said street improvement as in 1898, except that in the lar leases were omitted.
^ f H. Matthews:—Beginning i f a r which said assessments were gest class, “ tobacco dealers not
40.60 chains North o f tW south made was ordered by Ordinance specifically provided for,” the tax Ore. Fire Relief Asaoei’n,McMinn
west corner o f the D .I.C ; o f Sam No. 113 o f Falls City, Oregon, is to be $4.80 each. In 1898 there ville. F. K. Hubbard, local agent.
uel Gothard No. - ¡v.TVy.vnship "8 and the herein above mentioned was a $12 tax on tobacco dealers
Get you r butter wrappers print
South Range 6 W * * Df the W il assessments were entered in the having annual sales of 50,000
fed at the News office,
lamette Meridian ir the Courrtyof Docket o f City Liens o f said city
Bonds and certificates o f indeb
Polk and^ijrtjKBfc* o f Oregon; them e o f Falls City, Oregon on’ the 2d
tedness are taxed 5 cents for each
W 176 feet; theivce day o f March, 1914.
$100 involved, and freight and ex
North 380 feet.; thenc* S 70o 3.0‘
Done by the order o f the City
press receipts 1 cent each, with a
W 74 feet; tbence South 33 feet;
Council o f the city of Falls City,
mandatory provision that the ship
thence W est 30
to the south
H o m e M a d e C a n d ie s
bank o f the Luckiamute River; made on the 15th day o f Septem pers must pay this tax. Tele
Of tbe Best Brand
phone messages are to be taxed 1
thence westerly along r«aid South ber 1914.
bank of said river 170 feet: thence
Witness my hand and the seal cent on all tolls of 15 cents or
West to the East lin.e o f D alton o f the said City this 19th day of more, and telegrams 1 cent a mes S O F T D R I N L S O F A L L
street, to within KKj feet o f South
K IN D S .
Main street; tb^r.
The bill carries taxes of 50 cents
H. G. S t r a y e r ,
said street 35 fe e t to the North (L. S.)
on each indemnity bind, 2 cents
P e a n u t and Popcorn
west of lot sold to Graves; Yhence
Auditor and Police Judge on each certificate o f profits, 25
t a n d in C o n n e c tio n .
southwesterly ?,long the West line
o f Falls City, Oregon. cents on each certificate of dam-
ALL STATE FAIR VISITORS ARE URGED TO ATTEND OUR
WHICH WILL CONTINUE THROUGHOUT FAIR WEEK EN
ABLING ALL TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE WONDER
FUL SAVINGS MADE POSSIBLE BY THIS SALE.
MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS
WHILE IN SALEM. MEET YOUR FRIENDS HERE, LEAVE YOUR PACK
AGES AND WRAPS IN OUR CARE. WELCOME TO OUR REST ROOM
AND ITS CONVENIENCES, BUT ABOVE A LL ATTEND OUR SALE, THE
GREATEST SALE IN SALEM’S HISTORY
THE CHICAGO STORE, H
H a r r i n g t o n ’s
To A. N. Robinson, George
March, Mrs. Chappell, J. D.
Moyer and wife, J. R. Moyer,
Trustees o f Catholic Church. J.
J. Summons, School Board o f
District No. 57, Charles Moyer,
Isabelle Snider. Mrs..). O. Flower
M. L. Thompson and all other
persons in interest, property
owners and holders in Fulls City,
Polk County, Oregon whose pro
perty is fronting or abutting
upon the streets hereafter de
NOTICE is hereby given that
the city council o f Falls City,
Oregon contemplate the passage
o f an ordinance establishing the
grade on the following street or
part o f street, to-wit:
All that part of Prospect A ve
nue extending from Fifth street
to Boundary street.
f h y s io ia n
W . B. O fflo tr, M . D.
R h y e la la n an d B u rg e o n
li Ih re O M ffj rbom|ieoii‘» drug »lora
I n a l p i m i I f 1 Phon# N Igkl Call
P. M. HELLWARTH
P H Y S IC IA N AN D 8 UROEON
Office one door eaat of P, O.
orno» «mi y ,
h esultili'» I none .Jon
That all owners and other per
sons in interest may attend at
said time and place und show
cause if any they have why such
proposed grades should not be
Done by c r 1er o f the city coun
cil o f Falls City, I'olk County,
Oregon, made on the 1st day o f
Witness my hand and the o f
ficial .seal o f said city o f Falls
City, Oregon, luth day o f Sept.
H. G. S TR A YE R ,
Auditor and Police Judge
o f Falls City, Oregon.
or «fo il
J A B . a. H E L T Z C L ,
A lte rn e n e t Law
I'tactlre In nil the HUM court«
Sulle II Bush Hreyiuaii Hldg . phone ;
B e le m . O rn ean
F U N E R A L DI RE»TOH
S am p ln R anin a
B ant A o aa m m aS atlan a
F. Oranna, P ra a rla t a r
IIAKr. kr suora
Bohle’s Barber Shops
F ella C ity, O rn ean
V k t r t yaa cea g«t • S b m . U l f C a l. l u t
A g a n l f a r D a ll a * S t a a m Laundry
M u to lle t fo rw arile» ! l u t t t l u y r v r n l n g
G . L. H A W K IN S
M A R B L E A N D G R A N IT E
M O NUM ENTS
D el le a . O rn ean
Notice to Electric LightUsers
All persons owing the Full* City
Electric: Light Co. for service prior
to Apiil 1, 1914, will please pay
the amount to I). L. Wood at The
All the above described street
and part o f streets being located
in the City o f Kails City, Polk
Profiles and plans of the im
provements proposed to he made
on the above described streets on
file in the office o f the auditor
and police judge.
That the city council o f said
city w ill sit in the council cham
bers o f sail! city on the 6th day
ot October 1914 at the hour o f
7:30 in the evening o f said day to
pass on ordinance establishing
grades on the herein before nam
ed street, and also at the said
town and place to hear and deter
mine objections and remon
strances against the establish
ment o f said grade, if any there
W . M a tth e w s , R re p rle te r
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Post Office Time Card
Office hours: Daily, except Sun
day, 8 a.iri. to 6.30 p.m.
Mail arrives, from
Salem 8.50 a.in., 3:35 p.m., and
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R E A L ESTATE
F. K. Hubbard Realty Company
Re«l K»tde bought, aold. and exchanged.
Collection». Insurance, Ahatracta.
Notarial work; Legal Document» Prepared.
office, In tba Falla City Nawa ofllca.
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Mail arrives from Salem, 8:50
Mail closes foi Salem, 9:00 a. m.
Office hours: Sunday only, 9:30
to 10:110 a.m:
Effective September 4, 1914.
I r a C. M e h r l i n g , Postmaster
Falls City, Polk Co., Ore.
Extra copies of The News are
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to any address thesired, postpaid,
for 2 cents par copy.
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■ Man 1621 .