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THE FALL8 OITT NEWS.
SALEM, FALLS CITY k WESTERN
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D a lla s . . .
F a lls City .
H l'k R o c k .
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N o thin g pleases the housewife bottor
than nico dlshos to sot off her dinning
tab le. W o are m aking Spsoial Prices
on our line of C h in a snd Poroelain W are.
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Falls City. 9.80 1.26 3.45 6.40
Dallas . . . io. ir, 2.00 4.25 «.40
Salem . . . 11.26 3.15 6.30 7.45
1. «I MIBOImm. AUKXT ,
Mr. H e m e S aak*
J. C. T A L B O T T &, CO.
Feels Good to Your Feet
A HOT WATER
All Styles, Sizes and Prices.
M. L THOMPSON.
flews of jfall8<£it\>
The boat show at the Gem tonight
Mary Roberta haa been very aick
Cecil Cook haa been very ill, but
Miaa Vola Selig returned Satur
day from Porland.
B E. Foster of Dallas was here
the first of the week.
W. F. Bailey waa here from Dal
las the first of the weak.
Mr». W. T. Grier visited her hus
band in Salem this week.
Mrs. N. Chapin and daughter
were in Suletn this week.
A. W. King of Portland waa in
the city the first of the week.
^ } L. C. Tyler has gone to Dallas
^ H w lie rn lie will rcm iin some weeks.
State Senator C. L. Hawley d< •
sire« to inform the citizens of this
community that he will be pleased
to mail copies of any bill introduc
ed this session that they are inlet-
Sandford Taylor, civil engineer
from Dallas, was here Wednesday
making a Hurvey o f' 'K ” street pre
paratory to the filing of condem
nation proceedings to open said
Mrs. J. E. Donaldson of Poca
tello, Idaho was called to Portland
by a message stating the death of
her father, M. Haley, She was
visiting her brother, Prof. Haley
when the news came.
Bank of Falls City
F all s C i t y , P oi . x C o u n t y . O rkoon
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.
Economy Mot What They Were Look
ing For Longor Hours for Women.
Junior Berean Class Meet
The Junior Berean's held their
monthly class meeting in the
basement of the Christian church
Monday night. The meeting was
well attended and the business
transacted in an agreeable and
The meeting was opened by
singing “ God will take care of
you.” The roll was then called
and some responded with scrip
ture quotations when their names
were called, while others who
had not memorized any scripture
answered present. The minutes
of last meeting w ere read and
Rev. Hicks resigned as press
reporter and D. L. Wood, Jr.,
was appointed to fill the vacancy.
Mrs. Gmmitt resigned as editor
of the Berean News, saying that
there was no news to make the
paper interesting. Richard Paul
then addressed the class in re
gard to the paper, saying that it
was difficult for the editor to get
all the news and for the members
to hand in articles, and suggest
ed that she keep the editorship,
which was agreed on.
The Lookout committee made
their report in regard to the old
and new members and absentees
which was accepted.
The Devotional committee had
a number of questions, most of
which were readily answered.
The Social committee’s musical
number was rendered by Mrs. 0.
Rev. Hicks read an article on
"Near Year’s Greeting which had
many good points.
A song was rendered by Mrs.
Averill and Mrs. Paul.
Recitation by Mrs. Harris on
“ Painting a Sign” which was
rendered in a so lem n voice and
touched to the point of the reci
tation of the subject
The Berean News was read by
the editor. After which the
The social time was then indul
ged in, after which the members
departed for their homes.
W. F. Nichols returned from
viewing the Siletz road Thursday
night Mid says that the road is in
very good condition and that the
county court will order the work to
start as soon as the weather will
Service on next Lord’s Day at
The Ladies’ Aid of the Christian
a. m , and 7,:30 p. m.
Church desire to thank the ladies
School at 10 A. M.
of the Methodist Aid for the use of
their tables and J. C. Talbott for
Junior Endeavor at 3 P. M.
the use of the dishes at their New
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 P. M.
Year's dinner. Also thanking all
who assisted and the public for
“ The Lord's Supper, it’s signifi
their liberal patronage.
cance; why we observe it on the
Mrs, C. T. West went to Salem
First Day of tl.e week, on the
Wednesday returning the same
Lodges Have Social Time
The Modern Woodmen of Amer Theme—Evening Service:
"The Four Fold Imitation.”
Mr. and Mra. C. 8. O’Brian of ica and the Royal Neighbors of
A cordial invitation to everyone.
Leutz, Oregon have moved to America had a social evening at
Selig's hall Tuesday evening Jan.
B. L. H icks , Pastor.
Alex Courter w ho has been quite 12. Seventy guests were present.
sick for the past two weekB ia
Stock Holders Meeting
The Ladies Aid of the Christian
The stockholders of the Bank of
Address of welcome by Mr.
church have painted the basement
City met in tl.eir banking
of the church.
Tuesday January 12. The
Song by Reulah and Leilah
of the past year was very
For F. & O. plows for stubble Young.
The election of of
and aod, call at N. A. Lui.de'a
Reading by Wm, Ellis.
Irish Solo by Mr. Alcott.
President—R. E. Williams,
History of the Camp by Willard
Freeh Bread,Cakes,Cookies, Pies,
V-Presideut—M L. Thompson,
l«md other bakery goods, every day
Sit the Falla City Bakery.
Asst. Cashier—R. G. White.
Arrangement of contest work
It is expected that the werk on between M. W. of A., and R. N. of
the road to the Siletz will begin aa A. Games were played by all.
Vick, E. G. White, Irs C.
eaily In the spring aa the weather In the advertisement game Nora
Wonderly won first prize and Mrs.
W. Lloyd Soehren of the Soehren Titus second prize. Lunch was
R. E. Williams, Walter Williams
Ware House Co., and the Dallas served and at midnight they all
Water Co., of Dallas waa iu town departed for their homee express M. L. Thompson, Ira Mehrling,
Friday getting pointers ou the ing they had had a very pleasant W. F. Nichols, C. C. Gardner, E.G.
White, C. F. Vick.
Falla City water works.
look after the interests of Falls
City. The idea is to conduct the
city affairs on more business-like
R. G. W hit *,
R. E. W illiams , M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols ,
Salem, Or., Jan. 13.—Twenty-
eight members of the State Senate
were forced squarely to face the
opportunity yesterday afternoon
to redeem their pledge of economy
to the people who elected them—
the first opportunity offered at
this session of the Legislature.
BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING
Only seven Senators, one-fourth
THE NEWS OFFICE
the entire number answering the
roll, if summoned before the bar
of public opinion and charged with
pledge-breaking, could truthfully
We Are Prepared To Do It
answer “ not guilty.” The records
And Know How
would convict 21 members. The
flippant excuses which some of
Our Efforts Will be to Please
those who rejected the chance to
In Quality and Price. : : :
save the taxpayers approximately
$12,000 offered for their course,
at times evoked laughter, not only
from the spectators in the rear,
but from their fellow members.
Among the bills introduced yes
terday afternoon is one by La Fol-
lett entitled “An act to foster, en
courage and promote the industry
of canning, drying and preserving one-handed man: that is, ore ings are becoming louder day by
fruit and vegetables,” and excepts hand is occupied in carrying a day.
ing and exempting the same from piece of burnt or burning tobac Some day the explosion will
the provisions of the law, limiting co. I wonder if that is the active corue.
the hours of employment of wo sign of their allegience to the god
men in mechanical and mercantile of tobacco?
For service Registered Duroc
establishments. T h e proposed
Who is this god that they serve Jersey Boar. Registry No. 151473
measure charges that the present anyway? I do not know if it be Registered name, WeUer.
law in relation to such canneries Moloch or some other? I only 16
Owned by W. A. Teal.
imposes “ ill-advised interferences know it is not Jehovah. Very
and regulations.” There may be few of the men who indulge in
vigorous opposition to the bill on the tobacco habit make any pro
the ground that it is an entering fession of religion. The men By having your shoes repaired with
wedge to destroy the efficiency of who sought God in the Moody Pacific sole leather. It's the best.
D. M. BURT8, Prop.
the existing a c t
revivals invariably threw away
Shop next door to McPberren
The first meeting of the com their pipes. In all mission halls
mittees appointed by President all over the Continent the tobac gallery.
Thompson yesterday took place co habit and whiskey habit are
today, many of them taking up stood together as unholy and
Post Office Time Card
the consideration of bills at the men seeking pardon have quit
Offico hours: Daily, except Sun
hour recess was taken until after both before the Holy Spirit will
noon. The Senate completed its tertify to their salvation. The day, 8 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.
Mail arrives, from
morning grist and recessed at 11 “ Billie Sunday” revival meetings
o’clock. There was much amuse at the present time are a sub Salem 8.50 a.in., 5:35 p.m.
Mail arrives from Dallas, 8:50
ment when Farrell announced that stantial proof of my statement.
Mail closes for Salem, 9:00 a.m„
the committee on alcoholic traffic I never knew an earnest, wide
was awaiting the receipt of sam awake, soul-saving Christian 1 p. m. and 5:00 p. m.
Mail closes for Dallas 9:00 a. m.
teacher that indulged in the to
and 5:00 p. m.
Mail closes for Black Rock 11:00
I will admit it was different in
MOLOCH, OR WHO?
our father’s time fifty to one a. m.
The following article by Llew hundred years ago. Tobacco
Mail arrives from Black Rock 2
ellyn A. Morrison was published was not scientifically prepared p. m.
in Word and Works is worthy of then to control the human will
S unday O nly
as it is at present Time and hu Mail arrives from Salem, 8:50
“ A form of heathenism or de man manipulation make mighty a. m.
mon worship has developed in changes in conditions and that
Mail closes for Salem, 9:00 a.m .
the so-called Christian nations of which then might be tolerated as
Office hours: Sunday only, 9:30
the world within a century, that convenient has become a mighty
to 10:80 a.m:
has increased to colossal propor evil that must be reckoned with
Effective September 4, 1914.
tions until it bids fair to paralize or its death-dealing and stupefy
I ra C. M k h rlin o , Postmaster
the church of God in its endeavor ing character will drive the hu
Falls City, Polk Co., Ore.
to convert the world.
man race in a few generations to
I have been watching its growth the Evil one whom they serve by
and extension for over half a their practice and its use.”
A Nervous W oman Finds
century and studying the condi
tions and effects resulting from
Relief From Suffering.
it, which are appaling in magni-
Women who suffer from extrema
Chicago’s oldest book shop has nervousness,
tuded. It has its foundation in
often endure much
a simple human practice that ap sought refuge in bankruptcy be suffering before finding any relief.
Mrs. Joseph Snyder, of Tiffin, O.,
peals to the nervous sensibility. cause its rich patrons did not pay had
such an experience, regarding
Steadily, little by little it has
which ahe saya:
*’« x m onths I
But Chicago is no different from
reached almost the whole of the
w aa boSJest w ith
masculine population of the civil other parts of the country in that
nervous p ro stra
tion. I had sink-
ized globe, who have reached respect.
ta g apoUa, a cold,
adult years and within the last It is the way of a queer world.
clam m y teeUag.—
twenty years has reached back The poor man pays, because he
00 ild not stand
slig h te st
ward to include not qnly the must.
nolle. A t tim es
young men and boys but the
The rich man owes, because his
1 would almost
young women and girls; even the wealth grants him immunity from
fly to pieces;
stomach v a r y
children appear to be joining and “ vulgar duns.”
weak. My hus
indulging in the seductive prac
band Instated on
The poor man pays his taxes,
my taking Dr.
because he must pay or loose his M ilas' N ervine, and I began
to Im prove
If you doubt the accuracy of
before I h a d finished the first b a ttle
my statements or the virulence
u n til I w a s e n tirely cured."
of the evil, just examine the peo The rich man hides most of his
MRS. JO SB P H SNYDER.
161 Hudson fit.. Tiffin, Ohio.
ple you meet on the street or wealth and dodges the majority of
Many remedies are recommended
among your friends. The most his taxes, because under our pol
diseases of the nervous system
of them, especially the younger
that fail to produce results because
portion of them have a sallow,
they do not reach the seat of the
anxious, nervous, run-down ap Of course officials whose busi trouble. Dr. Miles’ Nervine has
pearance. They are thin, pale, ness it is to enforce the law will proven its value in such cases so
many times that it ia unneeeseary
g a u n t , stoop-shouldered and take issue with this statement.
short. Their fathers were full- But it is true—and they know to make claims for i t You can
prove its merits for yourself by,
grown men, 5 feet 9 inches to 6 it, and you know i t
getting a bottle of your druggist
feet 3 inches. The young men
And the common people, who who will return the price if you
are mostly “sawed-offs, ” Look are vastly in the majority, are receive no benefit
at them! Every second or third becoming weary of such practices, MILKS MEDICAL C O , E lk h a r t led-
man you meet is. practically a and the murmerings and mutter-
Walter Williams ia assisting U.
G. White in the Bank while W. F.
Nichols is out viewing the road to
(talentar— 3an„ \ o \ 5
in. M m . Tse». Wed. Then. fri. ist
K. C. Clemens, Post Ottice In
2 spector waa In the city Thursday.
9 Hu also visited the Hljck Rock
15 16 post office.
W. F. Nichols and Ed Sampson
19 20 21
29 30 left Wedneaday^n company with
26 27 28
the county court to view the road
to the Lincoln county line.
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The Ladies Aid it the Chnataiii
church held a quilting at the home
of Mrs. R. Paul Thursday. Tea
waa served which netted them
Mra. Jessie Moyer reports that
she ia getting along finp with her
school at Oakhurat. She says that
she haa the best school in the
G. W. Hudson received a tele
gram Thursday of the death of his
Insures warm feet at night grandson, Ray Hudson at Olympia,
no need lying awake waiting Washington. He died at 3:00 P.
for your feet to get warm if M. Wednesday of tuberculosis.
a nice hot water bottle is at
• An effort is being made to or
the foot of the l*ed.
ganize a Business Men's club to
Are made of the best rubber
every one warranted.
AT THE CAPITOL
ank B ur O ro h e rd Lana
Our Hot Water Bottles
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See Our Window Display.
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The above reward will be paid
for the arrest and conviction of the
parlies breaking the arc lights on
Sheldon Avenue Monday or Tues
day, Jauuary 11 or 12.
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