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THE F A L L « CITY NEWS.
H e w s o f f a l l s (tit?
SALEM, FALLS CITY A WESTERN
Panningor TrHÌn Schedule
Effective D m . 1 ,11I1H
am. tun. pin. pm.
Salem . . . 6.35 :• i.* 1.10 3.26
Dnllitrt , . . 8.46 11.00 2.50 6.(HI
Fall» C it y . 8.50 11.36 3.26 5.35
114 h »
am. pill. l*m pm.
F h II h City. 9.30 1.26 3.45 5.40
D h II km . . . 10.16 2.00 4.2*6 6.40
Salem . . . 11.25 3.15 5.30 7.45
Kintergarten tables and chairs
1 In* beat allow ut the tlent tonight have been ordered for the Prim
W. J. Keene
M r , H o r n » Saaliar—
V C O M E TO F A L L S C IT Y , O R E G O N
■ u y Orchard Land
Lester Gardner who was sick
the greater part o f last week has
O, W. Breiituor Hlid wile went
returned to school.
to Ditllna Tuenday.
For Kent Dwelling lioum
ply nt New» office.
1‘ igH 8 wevkn old lur lab
each by 1.. H. Murray.
A move is on foot to secure a
piano for the use o f the High
[ School, some very liberal offers
#- 60 have been made by Piano Houses.
Many o f the pupils are taking
A. K d ic k and K IV Brown made sent from school and are attend
a buainena trip to Aibuny Monday. ing the State Fair.
The Manual Training Shop has
Mr. mid Mr*. N. belig and Leon
ard Frink were in Fort land T u i --
NOW IS THE
TIME TO PAINT
There is none belter than
PATTONS SUN PROOF PAINT
You can buy paint for less
money but does it pay.
NO! It takes just as much
labor to put on a cheap
paint, and it will not look
as well nor wear as long
We also have a complete
line or interior paint and
S. B. Taylor
Big Tent Near Electric
Give Us a Trial.
from the Fischer Mill o f Seattle,
Full blooded Duroc Jt-r»ey hour
Wash., for a sack o f their famous
for servie« at Oakhurnt
Fischers Blend Flour to be used
B u t le r * Teal.
CLO TH E* CLKAN1NO AND l’ HKNMNü
Mre. Roan J o I i i i h o i i of Idaho i» ment.
visiting her brother, Jake Kritzer
at Camp No. 1.
in the Domestic Science Depart
Falls City School booth
took second prize at the County
Koy Me.Murphy and wife and Fair in Dallas last week. The
Floyd Morrison and wile left List red ribbon decorates the office
week for the coast.
while the $15 helps to fill the
Fresh Bread,Cakes,Cookies,Pies, coffers o f the school fund.
I. A. J O H N S T O N
French Dry Cleaning, Repairing
and Alterations. Buttons made
for ladies clothes. Work called
for and delivered. Phone 126
and other bakery goods, every day
at the Fails City Bakery.
A fifteen piece orchestra has
been organized and will be known
Miss Frma Chilcole is staving as the Falls City High School
witli her grandmother at Dallas Orchestra and as soon as music
and going to school.
that has been ordered comes they
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kdick and Dick will begin regular daily practice.
Gardner attended tiie Lane Comity
Mr. Treat o f the Treat Feed
Fair at Kugcne last week.
• A mare for sale cheap— quiet to
ride or drive. Enquire oi Mr-1.
Maud J. Butler.
Dr. W . B. Officer went to Salem
Friday to the Fair where he will
act ns judge for the baby contest.
Store presented the Domestic
Science Department with a nice
present, consisting o f a sack of
2 packages o f rolled oats and one
o f rolled wheat, all the product
o f the Fischer Mills Corvallis,
J. \V. Miller, Tom Miller and
The school fire department is
Arch Pollock left last Suudsy
badly in need o f some good fire
evening for a hunting trip on We I
ladders to use in case o f fire as
Mrs. If. Pratt and sou of Myrtle
Creek came Tuesday evening to
visit her eider, Mrs. N. Solig for a
two o f the rooms could be easily
cut off by fire, forcing the chil
dren to escape through windows.
These rooms being upstairs rooms
it is needless to say what the re
sults would be in case o f tire.
Grandma Courier acknowledge»
the receipt of a nice box of fruit
last Sunday Irom Mrs. Wolfe, that
Mrs. Hellwarth and Miss Edna
she appreciates very much.
Barnhart motored to Dallas last
Mis. J. S. S. Powell and lit r Monday ufternoou.
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT
Z b c flfoafccna
KulUClty’b Best Hotel
u . n. WM Mr*. Mue Nichols
Malinger», Mrg uc,ia Dennis
W m . F inley , Prop.
«II b ou rr-b cilo n the market.
H o m e M a d e C a n d ie s
Oi the Beat Brand
S O F T D R IN L S OF ALL
K IN D S .
Miss Kdirn Barnhart returned
from Portland last Tuesday after
consulting Dr. Henderehott, Ou
her way home she visited Mrs
Pfandhofer and duughter Violet in
home Friday to take care of
her sister Mrs Hollcweli who has
been very sick for two weeks. Tom
says he lias been a busy man for
some tirno doing cooking, nursing
the sick, gathering tomatoes and
grapes and other garden truck,
feeding the chickens and cats and
so on, Mrs. Nisewender had been
visiting relatives in Stella, Wusii.,
and Portland, Ore., for two mouths.
New York. —'The residue of the es
Our teacher, Mr». Neil has mov tate of the lat« i Baroness De Bazus,
ed in the Cement Co., house where formerly Mrs. Ft rank Leslie, has been
bequeathed to $ he cause of woman
she will be near tho s c h jo I house.
suffrage. It w a s learned. The estate
. Some of the young people met has been estimat« 'd at $2,000,000.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Barnhart last Saturday evening
giving their daughter, Edith a
birthday party. Alan/ games were
played after which lunch was cerv-
ed and all felt that it was an even
ing well spent.
M. L . T h o m ps o n ,
W . F. N i < h o l s ,
A . J .V ic k ,
Cashier Assistant Cashier
F all «
C i t y , P o l k C o u n t y . O k io o n
Does a General Banking Business.
Interest Paid on Time
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
. Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
The Falls City Lumber company
have made a 10 per cent reduction
in wages in all cases where the
wage is more the 20 cents per
hour. Democratic Prosperity is
Fog Prerent'. Railway Engineer From
the probable reason.
Seeing Huller Outfit on Crossing.
Because o f a heavy fog, which
prevented the engineer from see
ing but a few feet ahead, the in
coming local freight train on the
Salem, Falls City & Western
struck a traction e/igine drawing
a clover huller at the Bowerville
crossing about 7 o ’clock Tuesday
morning, completely demolishing
it, and badly damaging the loco
Fortunately no one was serious
ly injured, although Marlin Blod
gett, the driver o f the traction
engine, wvas brought to the Dal
las hospital after the accident.
His injuries consisted o f a bruis
ed leg and a deep cut on the
scalp. E. C. Ericksen, who was
riding on the engine with Mr.
Blodgett, received a sprained
ankle. N o one on the freight
train was hurt. —Dallas Itemizer.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bientner
will go to Portland today.
The drog store will close at 8:00
o’clock P. M. M. L Thompson.
Mayor Hubbard and \Y. B
Stevens went to Dallas Friday on
Notice to ElectricLightUsers
AH persons owing the Falls City
Electric Light £o. for service prior
to April 1. 1914, will please pay
the amount to D. L. Wood at The
Ore. F'ire Relief Associ’n,McMinn
ville. F. K. Hubbard, local agent.
W e notice our friend “ Sandy”
B. Taylor, Democratic candidate
for County Surveyor does not fly
the Democratic flag in his appeal
to the voters. Looks as if he was
ashamed o f it. Can’t blame him
MClean Up the Bowel» and
Keep Them Clean”
are many remedies to he
constipation, but the diffi
to procure one that acts
violence. A remedy that
does not perform
b y force w h a t
should be accom
plished by per ua-
sion is Dr. 3 files'
Alter using them,
Mr. N. A. Waddell,
St., Waco, Tex.,
“ Alm oat
troubled w ith constipation, and have
tried m any remedi-s. all o f which
seemed to cause pain without givin g
I anally tried D r Miles
L a x a tiv e Tablets and found them e x
T h e ir action is pleasant and
mild, and their chocolate taste makes
them easy to take. I am more than
glad to recommend them "
“ Clean up the bowels and keep
them clean,’’ is the advice of all
physicians, because they realize the
danger resulting from habitual con
stipation. Do not del: y too long,
but begin proper curative measures.
Dr. Miles’ Laxative I ai lets are a
new remedy for this o ! d complaint,
and a great improver- znt over the
cathartics you have been using in
the past. They taste like candy
and work like a charm. A trial
will convince you.
Dr. Miles’ Laxative Tablets are
sold by all druggists, at 25 cents
a box containing 25 doses. If not
found satisfactory after trial, re
turn the box to your druggist and
he will return your money.
M IL E S
M E D IC A L
Peanut and Popcorn
S ta n d in Connection.
daughter, Mre. Kritzer have re
Our new millinery store is now
turned from Seaside where they open, call and see us, we will be
Post Office Time Card
Koom 10 Nat. Bank Building
have been spending a few weeks.
pleased to snow you the goods.
Office hours: Daily, except Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Koy Hatfield and L. Currier.
day, 8 a.m. to 6.30 p.rn.
son of Knseberg, Oregon, arrived
C. T. Wi st relumed Tuesday
Notice for Publication
M ail arrives, from
last Saturday on a visit with Mrs.
from Salem where ho had been
Salem 8.50 a.tn., 3:35' p.m , and
Hatfield's aunt, Mrs. M. E. Miller.
visiting his daughter and attend
5:35 p. m.
Department of the Interior
Mrs. Kubeu Hustings who was ing the Fair.
Mail arrives from Dallas, 8:50
operutid upon recently in a Dallas
Prof, and Mis. II. H. Parsons a. m , and 3:35 p. m.
U. 8. Loud Olllcc at PoriUnd, Oroion
hospital was removed to the home
former residents of this place were
Mail closes lor Salem, 9:00 a.m.,
July 90. ton.
her mother, Mrs. John Waters.
NOTICK U hereby given that Michael 1
waiting friends here this week. 1 p. m. and 5:00 p. m.
Robert« whose post oflbe adrlr^h' ta 210 Abler
Ht. Portlend. Oregon, did on the 13th day of
Dr*. Lowe *
Turn r rye Prof. "Parsons will have charge of - Mail tlo.-es for Dallas 9:00 a. m.
A uguwt, 1W3. file In tb i« ottlee Sworn Statement »
. »pceinlist» of Portland will he the school at McMinnville this and 5:00 p. ui.
end Application, No. O.LS.*3. to purcbaie the 8\S
m Falls City Wednesday and winter.
Mail closes tor ßlack Rock 11:00
14 ol 8\V 14. Section 4. Township A South
Range T West, WtUUuiutto Meridian, and the Thursday October 14-15.
timber thereon, under the provisions ot the
Mail arrives from Black Rock 2
act of June 3, 1878, and acts amendatory them at Hotel Parlors.
known an the ' Timber amt Stone Law,” at auch
H. G. Strayer will register voters
Mrs. H. G. Strayer left Wednes
value aa might be fixed by appraisement ami
S unday O nly
Madena Hotel. Better
that, pursuant to auch application, the land day to attend the State Fair at
and timber thereon have been appiaUed, the
from Salem, 8:50
timber eatlmated '2rt»V0uu board feet at 40 cent« Salem, then she will no to Portland
per M. ami the land $20. that said Applicant Thursday evening to spend several
will offer final proof In support of his i pplica
Mail closes for Salem, 9:00 a. m.
tIon and sworn statement ou the I5lh day of weeks visiting friends,
' D R E SSM AK ING
hours: Sunday ouly, 9:30
October. 1014, before the Register and Receiver
I am prepared to do dressmak
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Frink of
U. 8. Land Office, at Portland, Oregon.
to 10:30 a.m:
Any per non mat liberty to proteat thin pur Newberg, Oregon are
hero this mg according to the latei t styles.
Effective September 4, 1914.
chase before entry, or initiate a contest at any
Patterns tut and dressai fitted.
time before patent issues, by tiling a corrobor week visiting Mrs. Frink’ s sistei,
I r a C. M k h r l i n u , Postmaster
ated altidavit In this office, alleging facte which Mrs. M. E. Miller, and relatives. Charges rea onnble and satisfaction
Fails City, Polk Co., Ore.
would defeat the entry.
Mr. and Airs. Frink are old timers guaranteed. Mrs. May Lone. Flat
It. F. lib .B Y . Register
here and are glad to take a look at west of Newr, office. Pilone 86.
D. L. Wood, Jr., attended the'
Falls City again.
fair at Salem Monday and Tuee-
Catarrh Cannot Bo Cured
A card from H. W. Bancroft
w ith L O C A I. A P P L IC A T IO N S , n» they
cannot n*ach the aeat o f the disease. Ca
Mrs, Jessie Moyer will begin ber
tarrh Is a blood o r conatltutlonal disease,
and In order to cure It you must tnko In 25, states that he is visiting his
school ut Oukhurst Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Olcott attended
ternal remedies.. H a ll’s Catarrh Cure Is
taken Internally, and act* directly upon daughter at that place, hut" will
lecture in Dallas lust Sunday.
G. W. Brentner, wife and son
tho blood and mucous surfaces. H all’s
Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine. It leave that day for Crystal Lake
\went to Salem Thursday
wna prescribed by one o f the best phy-
■letans In this country fo r years and Is and will ba home sometime next
a regular prescription It Is composed of
He is having a li iu time.
the best tonics known, combined with the month.
Moyer entertained u
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd nnd Mr.
best blood purifiers, actlmr d irectly on the
mucous surfaces. Tho perfect combina
Abstracts of title promptly fur Moffett spent Sunday at Mr. Rakes. number of friends in honor of
tion o f the tw o Ingrcdlcnta Is what pro
Mrs. J. S. Ti llbott.
duces such w onderful results In curing nished. Rates reasonable. Brown A
School opened Monday with an
Hend fo r testimonials, free.
F. .1 C II E N K Y A CO.. Props . Toledo. O. Sibley, 610 Mill St., Dallas, Or.
enrollment of sixteen pupile; others
Sold by Druggists, price 75c.
12 , 000,1 » 0 Left Suffrage.
Take Ball's Family Pills for constipation.
r e t u r n e d will enter later.
For Sale— Five Thoroughbred
Buff Leghorn rooaterH, four mouths
old, $3 50 apiece. Call at this
It. E. W il l i a m s ,
Bank o f Falls City
ones and the Manual Classes are
Mr». T. D. Hall who ha» been
getting duwn to real business.
Sal. very nick ia repotted ai not im
Miss Pimm received an order
TAYLOR A ABBOTT
ila lc n tw r ^ Q c t., 1 0 1 4 W
S um .
NEW PHOTO GALLERY
in I »nil. in Wed*
Mian VVoleiitun and Han llunaon advantage o f the new ruling that
motored to Salem Sunday.
they will not be considered ab
i, a HiNui.ston, AuKhr
O C T , H, 1011
Boom ia D* Iscou raged.
Washington.—At the direction of
President Wilson, a ecretary Tumulty
wrote a letter to N
crats, declining to ha v* them indorse
the president for a at cond term.
SELIG’S! SELIG’s! SELIG’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 \ ard. We 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.