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THE TALLE OltT HEWS.
Views of fa lls (lit?
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OCT, 17, 1014
I > H I I I
7 lie belt show at tha Gem tonight FOR R EN T AND
Mayor Hubbard was in Dallas
S A LE
Friday oil bust nets.
-H -H -H -I M t l l v l H 1 W H I t
Mrs. Jennie C'ibb returned Tues
day lr< m a trip to the Kaat.
FOR SALE OR RENT
L. M. Robertson came home Desirable 8 room bouse with one
acre of laud for sale or rent. Will
Hunday from Portland.
for 810 per month, kitchen
Mrs. J o b g o n of Portland, niece rent
and range included. 1 also
ol Mr. and M'e. B. H. Tetbarow have furniture,
ruga, heating atove,
Salem . . . 11.25 3.15 6.30 7.45 visited in Falla City this week.
I. (I KlM ljm «, AUSMT
elc. lor sale. Have planned to
Phone 286 about] waabiug, suit leave urxt week and must dispose
pressing, sewing or other work, of articles at once.
efficient service. 17-24-81.
H o rn a B e e k e s —
Mis. J. W. Halsey.
( • n a M C O r. C M FALLS
uy O re h a r d Land
M. K. Hunday Bcbool nextHundiy
FOR SALE AT A BARQAIR
at 10 A. M.
One A 1 cow, one Jersey heifer,
All persona going to Jerusalem one bred brood sow aud five shoals
G a l c n M ir * c © c t . , 1 0 1 4
the M. E. Sunday School
Inquire of Frank Speer.
Sae. Moi. Tats. We*. Tkars. Fri. Sal.
For Sale—16 inch big fir wood
Charlie caine in laat week from Estelle. per rick delivered. 10-17-24.
20 21 22
23 24 Tillamook couuty to visit her son,
25 26 27 28 29
30 31 Will ilinubaw.
Full blooded Duroc Jersey l>oar
at Oakhurst farm.
Kd White was painfully injured Butler Mervice
Monday by slipping and falling off
the depot platform, injuring bis Freeh Bread,Cake«,Cookie», Pies,
NOW IS THE
back. The injury was not serious and other bakery goods, every day
at the Falls-City Bakery.
and he is able to be around,
Mrs. K. K. Davenport and her A mare for sale cheap—quiet to
TIME TO PAINT friend,
Mrs. Pearl Zeigler of Port ride or drive. Enquire of MrsFrank
land are here on a visit with Mrs. Butler, Falla City.
Davenport’s parents, Mr. aud Mrs.
There is none better than
For Rent—Dwelling house, Ap
J, It. Moyer.
at News office.
PATTONS SUN PROOF PAINT
Roy McMurphy and wife aud
You can buy paint for less
Floyd Morriaon and wife returned
House To Rent
money but does It pay.
Sunday from a two week’s outiug Inquire O. Aurland.
on the coast. They report hunt*
NO! It takes just as much
ing and tiehing good and a 1200 HALSEY FAILS ON ALIMONY.
labor to put on a cheap
catch o! fish. »
paint, and it will not look
Lowe A Turner, Portland Former Falls City M an Sentenced to
as well nor wear as long
were in the city Wed
Six M o nth s in Jail.
nesday and Thursday.
before Judge Gallo
We also have a complete
E. R. Lewis went Wednesday to way at Albany Saturday after
line of interior paint and
the S. P. Machine Shops at Dallas noon on a citation, J. W. Halsey
to get repairs for the mill here. of Falls City was sentenced to
months in jail for failing to
Herschel Lewis who was quite six
alimony. Halsey secured a
ill last week is improving.
some time ago and in the
Mrs. E. R. Lewis and sou left decree was ordered to pay a cer
Thursday afternoon for Monmouth tain amount of alimony. Accord
Thompson's Drugstore. to visit her mother, Mrs. I. H. ing to the charge he has never
Frame until Sunday.
paid a penny, so the judge had
The Munson A Davis mill has him cited for contempt of court.
Halsey will be released any time
clossd down temporarially.
agrees to pay the money.—
Mrs. M. A. Montgomery left Dallas
S. B. Taylor
The mill resumed work Thurs Birthday Party Entertainment
working 8 hours a day.
Room 10 Nat. Bank Building
Opal Robertson entertained a
Dallas. The Falls City Lumber Com number
of her little friends Thurs
pany store has closed temporar-
with a party given
W. B. Stevens and Sam McVey of her birth. Ice ninth
were iu Dallas Thursday on busi was served and a royal time
ticipated iu by all the young
City Marshal Lewis returned gueets.
Wednesday from a trip to Banks, Those present were: Gladys and
Tillamook county. He says that it Jesse Paul. Oliva Munson, Genieva
is a tine dairy country and every Olts, W island Hooper, Lota and
one appears to be doing well. He Lona Bradley, Mildred Johnson,
returned by Oregon City and visit Opal Ward, and Evelyn Haley.
ed his brother in law, H. N. Miller.
SALEM, FALLS CITY A WESTERN
l’iutacnifcr Train Schedule
Effective Dee. 1,1918
PS m III 117
w iu r mou nn am.
am. pm. pm.
Salem .. . •; »45 1.1<> 3.26
Dallas. . . H.45 11.<M) 2.50 6.00
Falls City • 8.50 11.35 3.25 5.35
IM H« MS •ia'
pm. pm. pm.
MI’k Rock * 1.05 3.46
Falla City. 9.30 1.25
Dallas . . . 10.15 2.00 4.25 6.40
Series of Lectures
Beginning Sunday night there
J . E . R ICH TER , will ke a series of lectures deliver
ed at the Eureka Theatre. The
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE EON
subject will be European war and
prophecy. It will, doubtless, be
County Treasurer an interesting subject.
Silver Medal Contest
Believing that, with my several
years experience of tax collecting A Silver Medal Declamatory
and office work, I can save the Contest will be held in the Gem
taxpayers of Polk County money, Theatre next Monday evening,
I ask your support.
A good musical program is be
ing prepared, the numbers of
For Sale—Five Thoroughbred which will be interspread with
Buff Leghorn roosters, four months the declamations.
old, 83 50 upiece. Call at this Admission 15 cents.
Under ten years free.
All are earnestly invited. «
O V E R 6 6 YE AR «*
E X P E R IE N C E
P aten ts
I RADE RAW
D e lia * «
C opyrights A c .
Anronfl Mmrifng a akatrh and daacrtptton may
quickly luioertAln our opinion fraa whether
Invention le probably petentab
Hone strictly confidential. HANOI
te n t free. Oldeet agency
Patente taken through
»perlai not Ics, without chi
trial not tee, without charge. In the
of .nr lllnatralad
Terme, Il «fr- •
I (»ar montile, IL Sold byell newMieelere,
Ih l& r a m n t
Rev. J. M. Turner and wife of
Salem, Dr. J. D. Turner of Port
land and daughter Pearl of Salens,
Welcome Turner and wife of
Camos, Wash., were the guest* of
Rev. Turner’s sister, Mrs. Mary
HarriDgton a lew days this week.
Thursday being the birthday of
Dr. Turner, the occasion was made
memorable by relatives gathering
and making known to the Doctor
that we have just as good people
here and as much to eat as in Port
land or elsewhere,
Service on next Lord’* Day at
11 a. m , and 7:30 p. m.
Bible School at 10 A. M.
Junior Endeavor at 3 P. M.
Chriatian Kndeatnr at 6:30 P. M.
Tin me—morning service:
“ The conversion of the worst
man in the world.”
A cordial invitation to
Strangers made welcome.
Tomorrow Oct. 18 is Good-Cit-
isenahip Day and both services
will be in the intereets of this
cause. The morning sermon will
be the flrat of a series of four ser
mons, on "Jesus Christ and the
Social Question,'’ to be given both
morning and evening.
Morning theme: The Social
Principles of Jesus.
Evening theme: Jeaus and the
Special at the evening service:
Reading—"Keep a-goin.” Read
ing—"Right is Victory.”
The Sunday School through the
assistance of Mrs. Gottfried has
secured a special opportunity to
take a trip to Jerusalem. Each
claaa has chartered a vessel and
will start on the first lap of the
journey next Sunday Oct. 18 at
10 A. M., from the M. E. Church
M . A. M a r c y , Paster.
TOGS AND WINTER WEARING
APPAREL FOR MEN
Bcrean Class Elect Officers
The Berean Class of the Chris
tian church met Monday night aud
elected officer*. An excellent pro
gram was rendeied and refresh
menta were served at the concilia
ion. An enjoyable time was re
The following officer* were elect
Editor—Mrs. Clara Einmitt,
Press Reporter—B. L Hicks.
Prohibition and Labor
Turn the money invested in our
breweries into other lines, and
on the average it will employ six
times as many people, according
to census returns.—Anti-Saloon
League. (Pd. Adv.)
COMPLETE STOCK OF MENS
HEAVY SHOES FOR WET WEATHER.
CLOTHIER AND TAILOR.
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R. E. W il l ia m s , M. L. T h o m p s o n , W. F. N ic h o l s , A. J. V i c k ,
Cashier Assistant Cashier
of F a lls City
F a l l * C i t y , P<>1 k C o u n t y . O r e g 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.
HI Tell You
\ \ / ILL undoubtedly is lik e
W your father and all other
normal men—he probably
will want a mild stimulant oeca-
Don't (tart your married life
by beiux p ru d ish . B eer ia
healthful and refreshing, and he
will drink it moderately, for
he knows the meaning of True
Temperance. Don't tell him he
can't drink it—be broad-minded
and meet him half way. You’ll
have your ice cream soda fre
quently and Will will have h it
Your father aud I soon will
have our twenty-fifth wedding
anniversary. In all those years
he has drunk his beer whenever
he wanted it. Look at him to
day—strong, robust, alert, no
finer man on earth. never
once have I denied him the
privilege of drinking moderately.
I know the moderation with
which he drinka does him a
world of good. In fart, I enjoy
seeing him safeguard his health.
It’s when you seek to deprive
a man of his liberty that he
rebel». Let Will drink beer when
he wants it, for he's too good a
man to go beyond the bounds of
moderation. You’ll find that a
little beer will increase his stock
of cheerfulness. Choose the
home of mirth and happiness,
nay dear, rather than the house
of trouble and distention.
E. 0, Ulrich, Chamber of Com
merce. Portland, Oregon,
Phillip Gottfried brought a
potato, that he raised, to the News
office that weighed four pounds. A Nerroue Woman Finds
It ie a smooth white potato and as Relief From Suffering.
to its eating qualities we will be Women who sugar from extreme
able to tell later on.
nervousness, often endure much
M. L Church Announcement
No Roule South
The Scenic Shasta Route
SOUTHER N PACIFIC
p i n and California
ud H TRAINS DAILY
"Shasta Limited” Leaves Portland
3.50 p. m.
"San Franoisco Express” Leaves Portland 8.15 p. m.
"California Express” Leave} Portland...........1.30 p. m.
Direct connection at Sin Frameiseo with traius East via Ogden
or South through Los Angtjles, El Paso or New Orleans.
$55 Portland to Loo Angeles and return
ON SALE DAILY, LIMIT SIX MONTHS
Corresponding Low Round
Tickets to ell points >outh and ea tt on Mle daily. Literature detenp
tlve ol California. The Expaaitloi I and the trip San Francisco to New
Orleans on eppUcatlon to nearest Agent, or
. John M. Scott, General P assen ge r Agent, Portland, Oregon
"Manufacturers and Land Product« Show Portland October ¿6th to November nth ."
suffering before finding any relief.
Mrs. Joseph Snyder, of Tiffin, O.,
had such an estpsriencs, regarding
which she seyi:
“tlx months I
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT
was boat sat with
tion. I had sink-
ton spalls- a cold,
oould not stand
t h e
noise. * At tlmea
I would almost
■tomaoh v a r y
week. My hus
band Insists* on
my taking Dr.
Mtlaa' Nsrvlns, and X began te Improve
before I had finished the flret bottle
until I was entirely cured."
M M . J OOMPH BNTDBH.
l i t Hudson St . Tiffin. Ohio.
Falls City’i Beat Hotel
M anagen. Mr#
Many remedies are recommended
for diseases of the nervous system
that fail to produce results because
they do not reach the seat of the
trouble. Dr. Miles’ Nervine has
proven its value in such cases to
many times that it is unnecessary
to make claims for it. You can
prove its merits for yourself by
getting a bottle of your druggist,
who will return the price if you
receive no benefit
M lLge MgOlCAU OO., MiMiart, In*.
Trip Fares All Other S. P. Points
Zb e fl& abena
For good onto, go to tho
W m . F in l e y , Prop.
CLOTHES CLEANING AND PRESSING
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
Get your butter wrtCopers print
od at the News office.
Two-inch lumber, 85 per tn'oua
on B. F. Young. uf
Harrington’» The Call
drug store will close at 8:00
o clock P. M. M. L Thompson.
Ore. Fire Relief Associ'n, McMinn
Horn« Made Candies ville.
F. K. Hubbard, local agent.
Ol the Best Brand
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holman were
in Dallas last Saturday to see Mrs,
S O FT D R IN L S O F ALL Holman’s sister-in-law, Mrs. Van
Loan who is at the hospital.
K IN D S .
J. F. Morrison, Democratic nom
for skeriff was in Falls City
P e a n u t a n d P o p c o rn
we are told.
S t a n d In O o n n e c tio n .
The School Notes failed to ma
terialize this week.
Maala at all hours— best on the markat. 1