Falls City news. (Falls City, Or.) 190?-19??, October 10, 1914, Page 3, Image 3

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    THE TALLS CITY NEWS.
3
OCT, 10, 1911
A TRIBUTE
fle w so f jfaü sG itç
in .lei.» #ry tri
“ Froin
I ln.' I m «I m lit i vv ni (In' (ii in tiiiii^ il ¡
Mr »ml Mm Oit* went to Sull'::
Saturday.
Mr*. N. Clm(ili, m .i» n Dal Iti** vi -
itni Mondi!y.
T II Hooker Kft ut M .ml iy »I
Hlm k Hielt.
Kur Iti'iii Drilling liuti - 1 - A|i-
I*1 y ut New* i Hie •.
lio y
H it
and
unto
( liit t ie n i s le a li r e t u r n , ”
ha*
ben»
d u ri t hou
We also have a complete
line of interior paint and
Uaath to HoadacSes-*-0!asses Fit'cd
by 0 a. Lowe A, Tur.ic .
t . ~
.» »
-♦— ——
School Notes.
The Senior Class members are
varnish.
fourteen this year.
The Ell Dee Society have decid­
ed to purchase a piano for tiie 11.
S.
Miss Wolverlun was also sick
I'hursday, Miss Kate Buinliait
taught in her place.
Mr. Vick, chairman uf the Board
gave the school u v c y pleasant
call Thursday.
The lire drill is Inking good f< nil
amt we are able to empty the en
tire building in tiO seconds.
CIVIL ENGINEER
Miss Whitman, our English
teacher wan uvvuv from school
l and Surveying
Monday on account of sickness
U l u l i l i IO Nal
Hunk Building
Archie Montgomery and Velma
I til Ihn'’. M ilh-r started to Higlf School this
Ponile 453
week swelling our number to 55
pupils.
Christain Church
The Manual Training will in a k<
Service un next Lord's Day
two tables for the lirst grade iquip-
11 n. in , and 7 :30 p in.
ment saving the d strict consider­
Hilde School at 10 A. M
able money.
Junior Endeavor nt 3 I*. M.
We wish to warn the parents not
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 P. M to rush up to sell iol in hunches, to
see what their children are doing,
The me— morning service:
it might tlustrate the teachers.
“ The I nclianging Christ.''
Some of the tiacbers say that
’i litme evening service:
they can stand an) tiling even to a
“ Clod's Invitation and man
fellow, hut deliver them from the
excuses.”
H. S, Orchestra.
A cordial invitation to all.
The new student chairs that was
Strangers made welcome
ordered some time ago have arriv­
ed and to a small degree relieves
Edgar Hahlarree, nt the Baldar- tiie crowded condition of the school.
If the unsuspecting public hears
ree t-nin|> was brought down here
Wednesday night and taken to the groans and unearthly wailings in
Dallas hospital Thursday to bo the neighborhood of the school
hous», don’t get alarmed, it is only
op rated on for appendicitis.
the High ¡School orchestra at prac­
Drs. Lowe & Turnsr the well tice.
• •'* known eye specialist* of Port-
The Crown Milling Co., of Port­
lui d will be in Fall* City agaiif land hy the rvquest of the Falls
Wednesday and Thursday Oct. 14- City Mercantile Go., presented the
15, consult them at Hotel Parlors Domestic ¡Science Department with
two ten pound sacks of Crown
Aro y«>ur children backward in
Flour.
school? n so perhaps it i* due to
The hoy who has to stay out of
eye troublo of some kind. Bring school to dig potatoes or chop wood
them to Hotel Parlor« Wednesday a day is undoubtedly a very »i k
amt Thursday, Oct, 1415 and let hoy. Excuses from the parents to
Drs. Lowe A Turner examine their the fact that the hoy is sick will
he received by the teachers, with u
eves. If there is eye trouble they
smile.
will correct it. If nut, they will
Miss Mehrling is dividing her
tell you so promptly. You owe farmers class up into sections of
this to your children.
five, so they may be able to use
the milk tester. This class will no
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dewitt gavel
doubt find some extra tine cows in
n dance at their homo one mile
the community. We are in hopes
southeast of town Saturday night
a week ago. Those present were: however that none of them will
Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeWitte, Mr. j test l(X)/0.
and Mis. Jim Teal, Mr. and Mrs.) The school grounds with its
Ed Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd sightly position could he made a
Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Davis, beautiful place with small expense.
Mi and Mrs Spawn, I. V. and R, \ The comparison between the ini-
DeW itt, Elsie and Ottj Knee- posing building and the unsightly
l i ne Dave and Moirilt Martin, ■ ground give one an impression of
Ld Baker, Lacy Reece, Hutt Tab something lacking. The rubbish
,ott Lee Teal, Rufus and Glenn pile of old furnaces at the east .end
Ferguaon, Wyrick Bnnecrolt, Guy ¡of the building, the tall uokept
Lewis. A good time and good gra®, the gravel hm left hy the
music was enjoyed by all. «upper contractors ol a year ago, adds to
was served at midnight.
1 th« uutidyuess of the surrounding.
Balmacaan Coats
$
HH
Í a Z í
Prices $10 to $18
We also have the Balmacaan
hats to go with the Coats
Çt/\
We have our New Fail and Winter
Goods and can fix you up for the
Winter
ft
sea
H
m
Ü
A
PRICES NOT H IG H ER TH AN O T H ER
SEASONS.
■'its
m
i
CHAS. HARTUNG,
CLOTHIER AND MEN’S FURNISHER.
KB?
91
Doom ed!
The Baliuucaan oveicoals um
the g> . Hurtling will bellyuu one.
... .
We have just received from
New York a shipment of Ready-
To-Wear Suits, also the new
r< m-m'iere.l as fli'i desili «»I fóü
TIM E TO PAINT
as Pattons.
■
Hartung’s For Men’s Furnishings
in Ilio d o s i l i ( f o l i o of
Falle City’s no1 leni boy». The filli
day of Hept'in’ er Itili, will long
FREO J.
For Hale— 10 inch big lir wood
11.50 |>er rick delivered
Woi.
Estelle.
JO 17 24.
■' y ,
V in ilic i!
f iend Roy. Hi* lit - »»• a happy
>i.e fuch a* omt only chi live to
giln h home iif j iy and happiin s»
F u t i ( M i h i • i ii tv n * it H m it Itm I
where sorrow is no m .r .
I ii nciigi-i m i M nul i ) ' t m l i i .
Roy was love 1 by all who ki.ew
T It Hooker tv a i- at Airhe an I
h i i i a . i l his amiable duporiti m
ti e l*i eili'u iMiinlr y l lii -• We k
won h in a large number of duvot-
Illune
KléliiUcuuii
coat
un
el iilends and truly, he is and
ila**y. 11 n rt h i i k lina t I h h i .
will be misted hy many, lie
Mr*. Rut-hen llu-tintte wenfikeu ,
l ei vesadear father and mother,
tu lier hume nt Aiiliu Tuesday.
HOLMAN
t
vo brothers, two sisters, aud
Mre. W. A Pcreey returned
Republican
Nominee
(or
many
friends to mourn his loss,
Sunday frulli a three days visit at
bat it is bis gain. He touched the
»Salem.
I It K A8U K K It OK POLK C OU N J
mystic spring and heaven with its
Mr*. C. h. Il< (ikitiH went to Dal­
C a le n d a r ^ O c t . , t o u $
las Wednesday and
returned
A full day’s work ami faithful ser* beauties and glories opened wide
Fri.
Wrd. T h u n .
>«i
>11«. N o n . T u r i .
Thursday.
to receive him and claim ins soul
vice, Yi : or vole is solicited.
2
3
1
J. O. Heiiui-tt of Portland di
through all eternity.
trivi organizer fur the \V. O. \\
( Paid Advertisement.)
10
8
4
5
6
7
9
His m my friends symphtize
\ was ill town Wednesday.
16
17
II
12
13
14
15
with
Ins bereaved parents, sisters
Mm. M. A. Montgoun ry retuii
24
and brothers, through their loss oi
18
20
23
22
21
19
« her,
ed Tliuii-d.iv IrnMi Dali
Roy.
3 1 ; i-he uttuliiled til funerul uf Filli r'I
30
25
26
28
27
29
Manston.
His funeral seivices were held
The twelve yiar t Id .Meter nt
at tn.- family home, conducted by
Mrs. Clam’« Cleveland h i ilu rplit-
Rev. flicks of ltie Christian church.
ling kindling Monday iift. ii ou
Flie pall hearers were six of his
accidently split the big toe un In r
NOW IS THE
school
mates. He was laid to rent
right (nut open.
m
the
Udd
Fellows cemetery and
Full blooded Durnc Jersey l our
covered with earth’s most choicest
fur service at Oukhurst farm.
Butler A Teal.
3 ft) 17.
Ibnvers. His l.fe was fifteen beau­
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies, Pie»,
tiful years.
and ntln r Imkerv goods, ev,ry day
Written by a friend.
at the Fulls City Bakery.
There is none better lhan
— r ................. 1
111,1
A mure for sale cheap—ijuiet to
PATTONS SUN PROOF PAINT
ride or drive. Enquire n MrsFrank
You can buy paint for less
Butler, Falls City.
1U-17
P r o h ib it io n
money but does ¡1 pay.
NO! It lakes |ust as much
labor to put on a cheap
paint, and it will not look
as well nor wear as long
■ ■
:
Cianiti«-r
C. R. CANFIELD
Republican Nominee tor
COUNTY
SURVEYOR
'
Solicit- y-iur vote on a platform
of Efficiency and Science. Ifelect-
ed all patrons will receive prompt
attenti.n and the utlice will he
npi ii dining business hours as ex­
pect'd.
Pd. Adv.
S. B. Taylor
After 64 years of activity
by the friends of prohibition
the average American today
consumes almost six times
as much liquors as did the
average American of 1850.
In spite of this there is leas
d ru nken ness.
With this
wonderful change for the
better, prohibition has had
nothing whatever to do. The
real reason is found in the
fact that today there is a
vastly greater amount of
beer consumed. And beer
is not conducive to drunken­
ness.
Prohibition is a failure
and has had but one effect
wherever tried: to put a
ban upon the open and
above-board drinking of
beer and other light bev­
erages and to drive men
to secre t, immoderate
drinking o f the strongest
stimulants. This is notably
true of Maine, a prohibition
state. There is ten times
as much drunkenness per
capita as there is in France.
E. M. SMITH
can equal
The Scenic Shasta Route
of the
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
Through Oregon and California
THREE THROUGH TRAINS M IL T
“ Shasta Limited" Leaves Portland ................ S.50 p. m.
“ San Francisco Express" Leaves Portland.......8.15 p. m.
“ California Exprers" Leaves Portland...............1.30 p. m.
Direct connection at Sun Francisco with trains Ea st via Ogden
or South through Los Angeles, El Paso or New Orleans.
$55 Portland to Los Angeles and raturn
ON SALE DAILY, LIMIT SIX MONTHS
— P a id A dv e rtise m e n t
Corresponding Low Rjund T i t Fares All Other S. P. Points
Republican Nominee for
COUNTY CLERK, POLK COULTY,
No Route South
E. 0. Ulrich, Chamber of Coir.-
merce. Portland. Oregon,
Stands for efficiency and economy.
(Paid Advertisement.)
Tickets to all points, south ami east on sale daily. Literature descrip­
tive of California The Exposition and the trip San Francisco to New
Orleans on application to nearest Agent, or
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon
CLOTHES CLKAHING AND PRES8ING
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT
Sample Rooms
Muelle r Building
Commercial Trade
a Specialty
Zb c flfcafcena
Falls City’s Best Hotel
\ r - M r s . Mae Nichols
Managers. Mr# Deim uennii
JOHN W. ORR
Republican Nominee
For
SHERIFF
OF POLK COUNTY
My oath of office is my platform.
I respectfully solicit your support.
(Paid Advertisement.)
Money to loan on approved real
estate security. If you have money
to loan, let mo find a borrower for
you. Phone 1621, Dallas, Oregon,
tf.
Walter L. Tooze, Jr.
Josh Talbott who has been sjfk
| lor several days is reported better.f
F o r N e u ra lg ia . B a th in g ie
better th a n
For good eats, go to tho
Dr. M i l e s *
A n t i -P a i n Pills
Madena Restaurant
U s e d b y thousand*
fa r a generation
Those who have suffered from
neuralgic pains need not be told
how necessary it is to secure re­
lief.
The t easiest way out of
neuralgia is to use Dr. Miles’
Anti-Pain Pills. They have re
lieved sufferers for so many
years that they have become a
household necessity.
“ I have taken Dr. Miles’ Antl-Paln
Tills for flve years and they are the
only thing that docs me any gcod.
They have relieved neuralgia In my
head In fifteen minutes, t have also
taken them for rheumatism, head­
ache, pains In the breast, toothache,
earache and pains In the bowels and
limbs.
I have found nothing to
equal them and they ara all that li
claimed for them.”
J. W. SEDGE. Blue Springs. Mo.
At all druggists—28 doaaa 25 cants.
Nsvsr sold In bulk.
t i
MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart, ind.
I. A . J O H N S T O N
CleaningsndPressing
P arlor
French Dry Cleaning, Repairing
and Alterations. Buttons made
for ladies clothes. Work called
for and delivered. Phone 126
W m . F inley , Prop.
Meals at all hours-hest on the market.
H a rrin g to n ’s
FOB
H o m e M a d e C a n d ie s
Of the Beat Brand
S O F T D R IN LS O F ALL
K IN D S. •
Get your butter wrappers print­
ed at the News office.
Two-inch lumber, $5 per thous­
and. Call on B. F. Young.
2t.
The drug store will close at 8:00
o ’clock P. M. M. L. Thompson.
Ore. Fire Relief Associ’n,McMinn­
ville. F. K. Hubbard, local agent.
For Sale— Five Thoroughbred
Buff Leghorn roosters, four months
old, S3 50 apiece. Call at this
office.
3:30 Train Taken O ff
P ean u t and Popcorn
S ta n d in C o n n e ctio n .
The train that arrives from Dal­
las at 3:30 was taken of! Sunday
aud will not be pnt back on again.