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THE FALLS CITY NEWS.
SALEM, FALLS CITY è WESTERN
Passenger Train Schedule
Effective Dec. 1,1018
w Baranti» a am.
am. pm. pm.
Salem . . . 6.35 9.45 1.10 3.25
Dallas. . . 8.46 11.00 2.50 6.00
Kalla City 8.60 11.86 3.26 5.35
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IM fu lit M l*
pm. pm. pm.
Kalla City. 0.30 1.25 3.45 6.40
Dalian. . . 10.15 2.00 4.25 6.40
Salem . . . 11.25 3.15 5.30 7.45
C. J I’ugli went lu Salem Mon
Service on next Lord’s Day at
Mildred Thompson is improving 11 a. m , and 7:30 p. m.
Bible School at 10 A. M.
Mr». Wren will leave for Port
Junior Endeavor at 8 P. M.
Christian Endeavor at 0:30 P. M.
Mr*. Alva Liuiebak ¡a here visit-
Theme— Morning Service:
ii g realitivea,
“ llua Jesus Christ u Chinch on
Donald lli.pkin» Is laid up iliiw earth? If so, when and where was
week with n Imd cold.
it organized, and what was the
Bad cold» me the prevailing purpose of the organization?”
complaint' in the city.
The Great Refusal."
C«cil Cook who tin» been very ill
will soon be in school.
A cordial invitation to everyone.
Mr». Clara Emmett was in the Strangeis made welcome.
Country viatieg thia week.
B. L. H icks , Pastor.
JAN., 28, 1015
NEWS FROM OVU THE STATE
C H IN A W A R E
Albany is still pushing for a
Nothing pleases the housewife bsttor
Marshfield is ta have a new
nics dishes to set off her dinning
table. We are making Speoiai Prices
Baker has organized a county
on our line of China and Poroslain Ware.
Baker is shipping point for the
Eugene cannery took 2,000,000
lbs. fruit from growers.
Salem is to have a state insti
tution for crippled children.
Mr. H om » Ü f i k t r
Cottage Grove Manufacturing i n
M I T O F A L L S CI TY. O A t Q O N 1
Co. has resumed operations.
and Buy Orohard Land
♦ ♦ • -♦ *'"!■»
Mr». Wade of Washington is
Florence:-- Shipping moss is
vistiug Mr. Mr». L. Wade.
R. E. W illiams , M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols , R.G. W hite ,
a big industry here.
Tiie above reward will be paid
Cashier Assistant Cashier
C a le n t m r — 3 a n ., 1 9 1 5
Bandon has spent $70,000 for
for the arrest, and conviction of the
from Salem Friday evening.
partita breaking the arc lights on sewer and street work in 1914.
la s . Mat. T an . M . T han. M .
Mrs. Mary Thorne who has been Sheldon Avenue Monday or Tues
1 2 j ill witli the grippe is improving.
Reported contract let for rail
F all # C it y , P olk C o c h ty . O brgon
day, January 11 or 12.
road from Salem to Stayton.
I ' Orel Cnurter i» confined to the
F ai . is C ity E ijcctric Co.
Does a General Banking Business. Interest Paid on Time
12 13 14 15 16 house tliiw week with the grippe.
One firm has shipped out 90
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
carloads of Hood River apples.
19 20 21 22 23
Mr». Willard Gilbert i* vialing
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
26 27 28
29 30 her mother, Mr». Sam Telherow.
By having your shoes repaired with
well near here is down 2130 feet.
II. H. Tetheiow visited Fred J. Pacific stle leather. I t’s the best.
Haines:—J. F. O’Bryant will
D M BURTS, Prop.
Holman at Dallaw the first of the
a 60 by 100 public hall and
Miss Ida Mack sixth grade tend •
or left her school to take a business
dyking let at mouth of Wil
The departure of Mr. Vick from
Miss Clara D uv ' b is staying with Fall* City will cause a vacancy in
her brother, W. Davis, to attend the school board and necessitate a
The Oregon Mill A Grain Co.
BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING
special election to elect a new at Baker will establish a flouring
member. Select a good msn to fill mill at Haines.
THE NEWS OFFICE
Mr. Dorman’• baby ia reported
to l>e improving. It lias beeu sick his place.
Couch and Shattusk schools at
for a long time.*
Portland put in Fess oil burners
to cost $160,000.
Mrs. T Harris lias b?en in the
MONTHLY SALES DAY
Insure» warm feet at night
We Are Prepared To Do It
Railroad economics compel cut
no need lying awake waiting country lor several days caring The Industrial department of
And Know How
ting out all advertising folders
for your feet to get warm if . for a sick sister.
the M. K. & T. report that thro’ for western states.
K. A. Larsen and family left the efforts of Fred L Wenner,
a nice hot water bottle is at
Our Efforts Will be to Please
Thursday for Molella, Oieg. where Secretary of the Commercial Club
The Multnomah delegation will
the foot of the bed.
In Quality and Price. : : :
they wi|l reside.
and J. A. Farquharson, County ask the legislature for a $1,000-
Messrs Cobb and Belcher of the Farm Agent for Logan County, a 000 state highway fund.
Fort Rock:—Couger Valley is
Are made of the best rubber Falls City Lumtier Company are monthly sales day for farmers
has been inagurated at Guthrie, to be supplied with telephone ser
here from Portland.
every one warranted.
D. L. Wood, Jr. has been absent Oklahoma. A unique feature is vice at $15.00 per share.
from the otiice this week on ac the provision for a sale day for
Siuslaw Port Commission has
All Styles, Sizes and Prices.
count of a severe cold.
authorized sale of $100,000 bonds
The following account of the
Geo. W. Ford suffered a Blight first sale day is given in Mr. Far- for harbor improvement
paralytic stroke Monday. This is quharson’s weekly report.
Mabel:—Saw mills here will
A campaign is being conducted
'the second, lie was stricken last
"Today was the first monthly operate Feb. 1, with prospects to cut out at least half a millon
The council met Tueaday night
dollars of extravagence in the and transacted the usual order of
sales day of farm products. It for $2.00 raise in lumber.
Hev. C. J. Purcell and wife of was a great success. Notwith It is believed that the legisla administration of the State gov business. An ordinance relating
1 Hubbard came lust week to assist standing the very disagreable ture will cut out all expensive ernment and another half million to the conemnation of K street was
dollars wasteful expenditure by read and passed. An order was
in the revival at the Free Methodist weather the farmers were out in ’ junketing trips this season.
great numbers and had for sale j The California-Oregon Power the legislature.
made that the conncil meet Mon
on auction corner everything from Co. plant that burned at Ashland
The Spokesman says "Welcome day night in Toller’s hall and in
an old scythe blade to fine pedi- j is being rebuilt at a cost of $10- signs of American reaction vite the taxpayer» to be present to
PUBLIC INSTALLATION OF OFFCERS
greed stock. Horses, cattle, hogs 000.
against governmental extrav discuss the advisability of making
and farm implements all sold at
agance appear in every section some chaoges in the Charter of
Jacksonville:—A placer mine of the United States.’’ Letgov- the city. The city attorney said
Odd Fellows and Rebokahs Hold Joint very satisfactory prices, and
changed hands from the man who. a quarter of a mile east, at a ernment both state and national that there was some serious defects
Installation. Banquet Served
did not need them to the one who depth of 43 feet is paying great be put under the spot light of that should be remedied and that
A public installation of the offi
did. Everything had to be guar- quantities of gold.
hat Saturday Night
investigation that privât business he would appear at the meeting to
cers of the I. O.O.F. and Rebekah
has the past few years and the explain the changes and the reas
Line o f Men at the
lodges was held at their hall Sat
would be astounding. It ons why it was essential that they
urday night. The ceremony was
without money could buy, provid chutes near Terrabonne to be is high time business began to should be made.
HERE’S ■ strong story
performed in a highly credible
ed the amount of purchase was running by May 1st.
investigate the governmenL
in that, Williams — a
manner, and these lodges enter in
ten dollars or more and his note
story of what prohibi
Ontario:— D. M. Taggart has
EPW0RTH LEAGUE INSTALL
upon the year with bright pros
tion is doing for your town.
was good at the banks.
Those men are spending a
Sunday evening at the Methcdist
"In the ladies’ and girls’ de ordinary strength and will manu PUTS ONE OVER STATE
interests and wellbeing of its mem
lot of money because youve
occured the installation of
partment, conducted by the La facture same here.
tried to deprive them of
bers will not suffer. After the
the Epworth League.
dies’ Auxilliary to the Farmers
their honest right to drink
installation they were all invited
officers were in
Institute, there was for sale a
beer. That money’s going
State Board Of Health Compelled To
to the Falls City Hotel where a
to dealers just twenty miles
spread, prepared by R. Droege great variety of stuff such as at an expense of 13000 per day Issue License To Or. Qeorge L. Toel
from your town—not a cent
President, Miss Pimm
fancy sewing, cooked foods, dress
Of Dallas After Hard Fight.
who well knows how to satisfy
of it ever comes back. It’s
in lieu of practicing any.
1st Vice Pres. Miss Montgomery
a sure thing, too, that the
the inner man, awaited them.
The State Board of Medical Ex 2d “ “ Miss Hammond
express com panies don't
The evening was spent in a
aminers received a severe jolt last 3d “ “ Lorens Treat
spend those heavy shipping
thing in this department sold for Coast points shipped 24,000,000
Saturday when Judge W. N. 4th ’* " Miss Mehrling
receipts in your city.
Officers installed, Odd Fellows: the price asked and the supply feet of lumber to San Francisco. Gatens of the circuit court of Sectetary Helen Treat
It's the old story of prohibi
fell far short of the demand,
Coos Bay sent 9,000,000 feet.
tion, William«. Clone the re
N, G., N. A. Lunde
Multnomah county ordered Sec Treasurer, Elizabeth Sammons
spectable, well-conducted beer
"This scheme of bringing the
V. G., John Hughes
saloon and seefe by legislation to
Hamilton to register the Critic, James Boble
buyer and seller together is some
, rob men of their liberty, and you
Walter L. Tooze, Jr, of Chorister, Ralph HarringtoD.
have a problem that never worka
thing we have been planning here
Treas. Geo. M. Tice
out in favor of a town. You
Dr. Toel and
for nearly a year and this is the
don't keep men from drinking.
Refuse to sell them beer, which
first try-out on a large scale. It
will allow them to pass up the a "42 centimeter shell” into the
Conductor, G. D. Treat
h e re to fo re they have drunk
List of Letters
has been successful beyond our
moderately because they know
it’s the drink of True Temper
Remaining uncalled for in thia
ance and beneficial and stimulat
R. S. to N. G., J. R. Moyer.
The ovation given Governor Dr. Toel was licensed in 1889, office for the week ending Jan.
ing, and the stronger drink line
L. R. to N. G., Billie Murry
bobs up. You send thousands
Why can’t such a mevement be Whithycombe at his inauguration but in 1892 went to Chicago where 2,1915.
of dollars out of the town that
R. S. to V. G., F. K. Hubbard started in Falls City? It has been will be forgotten compared to the he practiced until 1911 and return
ought to be spent right there,
Char lain, L. B. Murry
ana von encourage drunkenness
tried in may places and wherever one he will receive if he unloads ed to Oregon where he again took
the merchants co-operated it was a million dollars a year off the up the practice of medicine not
Your town will wake up some
G e n tlzm en .
realizing that his residence in the
day, Williams, like many another
a success. It brings the farmers taxpayers.
N. G., Mrs. Tom Hollowell
A. W. Blair
town that hat been disillusioned.
little village of Chicago had inca
to town and gives them cash with
V. G., Mrs. Wm. Finley
Geo. C. Nash
pacitated him in anyway. But
which to patronize the local mer
Sect.. Mrs. Jessie Moyer
R. E. Nelson
two months, the three shingle the State Board, ever watchful
chants. The right kind of adver
Treas.. Mrs. Jennie Cobb
Roy Roland 2
E. D. Ulrich, Chamber of Com
mills operated by theL. B. Mene- of the health aud happiness of the
tising by the merchant?, preced
L. S. to N. G., Mrs. H. Tice
merci . Portland, Oregon.
fee Lumber Company in the "deer pepul” demanded that the
These letters will Le sent to the
ing the sale day, would result in
R. S. to V. G., Mrs. Geo. Tice
Columbia River district started Doctor come before that august dead letter office Jan. 16, 1915
L. S. to V. G., Mrs. Wm. Ellis stores, shops and all places of up January 18.
body and be examined before he if not delivered before. Iu calling
Warden, Mrs. Maggie Talbott business being crowded by farm
for the above, please say “Adver
ers and their wives eager to se A reform bill that would re should be allowed to administer
Conductor, Mrs. Krebbs
giving date of list.
1 he best show at the Gem tonight
cure the bargains offered. On duce administration costs in calomel, quinine, or cough syrup.
I. G., Mrs. G. W. Gardner
I ra C. M ehrling , P. M.
the other hand it would give the higher education is the One-Board Believing in maintaining jus rights
O. G., Mrs. H. S. Tetherow
For P. A O. plows for stubble
and sod, call al N. A. Lui de’e Chaplain,, Mrs. Minnie Moyer. town people an opportunity to plan for higher educational insti he refused to comply whith the
Mrs. Guttry who has been attend
John Kurz of Warren, Minn., purchase many home made arti tutions. To git rid of duplications demands of the board and employ
the meetings at the Free Meth
Fresh B read, Cakes,Cookies, Pies, arrived last week to visit hia bro
church returned to her home
and other bakery goods, every day ther, P.G.Kurz and brother iu law
a monthly sale day.
L. B. Murry.
at ltie Falls City Bakery.
See Our Window Display.
J. C. T A L B O T T & CO.
Bank of Falls City
Peels Good to Your feet
A HOT WATER
P R IN T IN G
You Do Not Need to Send Away
Our Hot Water Bottles
T H E F A L L S C IT Y N E W S
M. L THOMPSON.