Image provided by: Dallas Public Library; Dallas, OR
About Falls City news. (Falls City, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1915)
THE FALLS OTTT NEWS.
JAN., «0, 1015
Union Hopkins has the mumps.
NEWS FROM OVER THE STATE
Burt Dennis is in the city this
Dayton ia to have a 150,000
Mr. Ole File's children are im
N o th in g p leas es th e h o u s e w ife h o tte r
Coos Bay milla and factories
There are several esses of mumps
th a n n ic e d is h e s to s e t o ff h e r d in n in g
are all starting up,
ta b le . W e a re m a k in g S p e o ia l P ric e s
J. J. Krebi of Independence was St. Johns improvements total
on o u r lin e of C h in a and P o ro e la in W a re .
led $140,000 for 1914.
in Falls City Friday.
Mrs. Alvin Rains visited in I)al-
Salem Woolen Mills reopeu
ae Saturday and Sunday.
employing 125 hands.
Fred J. Holman and wife of Gardner:—First National Bank
Dallas spent Sunday in this city. will erect a building.
Mrs. W.T. Grier visited herhus-
A water grade highway up
baud at Salem Thursday and Fri Hood River is being planned.
Mr. Hem* 6 « tk ir—
( C O M t TO F A L L S CI TY. O R C O O N I
Pendleton put down 35 blocks
Thirteen are out of the acventh
and Buy O n M N LanA
Warrenite pavement in 1914.
grade thia week on accouut of sick
Portland:—A 135,000 warehouse
R. E. W illiams , M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols , R. G. W hite ,
let on Sullivan’s Gulch.
Cashier Assistant Cashier
ther af a 12-pound boy. It wax Arlington:—Creamery here is
IM. Nsa. Tat*. Vri. Tkart. M. Sal. born on January 15.
being put in shape for operation.
Grandma Courier is able to walk
Eugene city counil is holding
F alls C ity , P olk C ounty . O regon
9 around a little. Her many friends Economy Conferences'’ to reduce
IS 16 will be pleased to hear this.
Does a General Banking Business. Interest Paid on Time
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
19 20 21 22 23
The Ladiee Aid of the Christian
Salem public library received
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
26 27 28
29 30 Church are having some work done 15058. for 1914 and spent $713.20
on their parlors in the church.
Mrs. Allen came from Portland
The First National Bank of
to visit her husband. She return Springfield has bought a site and
Feels Good to Y o u r Feet
Mra. Nellie Sears who is staying
North Bend:—Bids have been
with her mother, Mrs. Win. Ford,
on the new $100,000 Simp
went to Eugene and other points
on a visit.
Ontario:—Project is started to
Cbas. Hartung returned Monday
BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING
10,000 acres of land on
from Portland where he has been
THE NEWS OFFICE
spendiug a few weeks.
•ays he had the time of hia life.
Bills introduced in the legisla
The Simpson Logging Company ture are about half the number
and the Spaulding Logging Com I of two year3 ago.
Insures warm feet at night
pany have been enjoined from
We Are Prepared To Do It
Portland:—The new Pacific
no need lying awake waiting
floating log« down the Big Luckia iron Works plant will be 400
And Know How
for your feet to get warm if
feet long one way.
a nice hot water bottle is at mute.
Our Efforts Will be to Please
It is reported that the Fall City
the foot of the bed.
In Quality and Price. : : :
Lumber Company’s store will re has leased the fairgrounds to
Ou r Hot Water Bottles
handle large horse shipments.
store has been closed since about
Are made of the best rubber the middle o( October.
Brownsville cannery put up 31
every one warranted.
tons of beans and several tons of
pumpkins. Cash sales 126,577.
LOST HIS PORK-CHOPS
Portland:—City Dock Commis
All Styles, Sizes and Prices.
Last Sunday night Wm. Finley sion asks a bond issue of $800,000
retired to rest at peace with man to erect a municipal grain eleva
kind, and with visions of juicy tor.
Bandon:—The Perry Veneer
pork-chops for breakfast. But tu-
has begun operations and By having your shoes repaired with
Salem Fruit Union at Salem ex
waa doomed to a bitter disapoint-
pects to double its business and business men are trying to start Pacific sole leather. I t’s the best.
meut. During the night some
handle $500,000 of products in up the Woolen mili.
D. M. BURT8, Prop.
heartless wretch invaded the sane-1
Shop next door to McPherren
tity of the store room and swiped
Portland firm has order for copper and lead in Oregon for gallery.
about sixteen pounds of said pork-
ohopa, a cake and a lot of canned 10,000,000 feet of lumber to be 1914 fell of $200,000 in spite of
A. J. Vick of Salem was in town
Tbo boot show at the (i«m tonight fruit. The door of the store roem shipped to England in March and spending $50,000 on a bureau of Sunday visiting his parents Mr.
For gale:—Qood youug milk usually was locked, but had been April.
and Mrs. C* F. Vick.
Upon signing up 5000 acres of
forgotten and William refuses to be Judgd J. N. Cambell warned
cows, just Frseh. Frank Hoy don.
John Martin of Airle was in
the citizens of West Linn against suitable soil in the Rogue River town last Saturday looking after
For P. & O. plows for stubble consoled. _________ __
building any 'but hard surfaced Valley, C. W, Nipley will estab his property near town.
and sod, call at N. A. Luide’s
lish a beet sugar factory at
Fresh Bread,Cakes,Cookies, Pies,
A birthday dance was given at
Betweeen semesters O. A. C.
and other bakery good*, every day the home of Frank DeWitk on Eugene and Springfield may com Glee Club members were given
at the Falla,City Bakery.
Saturday night, January 16th in
a trip by the railroad company in
Mrs. Drummiiler and ton Earl
For Rent:—10 acre tract near houor of the DeWitt twins.
payment for concerts given for
been visiting Frank Murphy
town, house and barn, 8 aoree in
There is a general demand that the company.
About sixty-five friends gather
and mother the past two weeks.
cultivation. Apply at thia office. to do houor to the occasion. Many one half the fish and game
Fifty-three per cent of Oregon
For Sale:—Laying hens, Rhode nice presents were bestowed among licenses go to the county where farmers employ laborers, paying
School wasdismissed Wednesday
Island Red*. F. E. Wells, Phone which was ii beautiful water set to collected.
$11,162.00 a year wages. A law January, 20th on account of so
B lu e s t •
(30.6) each of the twins, given by the
Baker—:Wil not erect a light is proposed to bring them under many in the school attending the
City,Marshal Lewis has restored friends assembled, and was highly plant but has contracted with [ the State Labor Bureau.
the fopiitalji at the corner of
Eastern Oregon Light and Power
Mr. Binley and family have ar
Bridge-wid South Msiu, and he at midnight with “ sauer kraut as Company.
rived at their new home in Idaho
THE ANTI>L0BBV B ILL
that is athirst may driuk of the desert,” to which Roy McMurphy
and anuther family has moved on
This meausure has passed the the place they just vacated.
Games and excellent music, and struction in the state is worth house and will probably become a
G. Bower« has sold his picture
A number of pupils have been
hours passed too quickly. The more to the people than forty new law.
machine to a Portland mar. aud
from school of late on ac
Falls City has only one picture gue«ts departed wishing the twins laws by the legislature.
It is aimed at professional paid count of sickness. Merle Tillison
show. Mr. 8owers will remove the . many happy
Ex-Govornor West opposes any lobbists who pose as disinterested has been very sick with pneumoia
■cats and staging and restore the
change in the Workingmen’s citizens.
but at last report was better.
building to it« original condition
Compensation law or the State
It is also aimed at State officials,
Mr. Warren Wright and wife
with a view of a stock of general
Service on next Lord's Day at Fish and Game Commission.
deputies and members of boards
returned to their borne in St.
merchandise being put in.
11 a. m , and 7:30 p. m.
Baker:—New Elisabeth hos
after a weeks stay with their
At the special meeting of the
When legislature meets these
Bible School at 10 A. M.
pital will be opened next month.
Mrs. Wright accompanied
council at Toiler’s Hall Monday
on salary and many drawing mil-
Junior Endeavor at 3 P. M.
Frank stayed at home
night a committee was appointed
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 P. M. fruit cannery is about completed. leage and expenses, come to Salem to be chief cook.
to meet a committee from the
to lobby for more money.
Charlie Olcott entertained a
couucil to prepare and submit to
Officials travel over the state
The more laws?and commisions
"Self-Denial” or “The Way of the politicians create for the and fill the newpaper with the number of friends Saturday even
the council proposed amendments
to the charter. The committee the Cross Leads Home.”
“ benefit fo the people” , the larg wonderfull achievements, all to ing to celebrate bis birthday.
Twenty-two in all, being present-
met Wednesday night and will
er grows the army of office hold increase taxes.
submit their report with recommen "Weighed and Found Wanting” : ers and the higher taxes climb to These abuses are all struck at The time was passed quickly and
A cordial invitation to everyone. support them, and the“ benefited by the Anti—Lobby bill which pleasantly. A delicious lunch was
dations to the council at its next
regular meeting. Tuesday Febru Strangers made welcome.
peopel” pay the bill and continue will help hold down the volumn of served that was enjoyed by all,
especially the clam soup.
to wait for the “ benefits” .
B. L. H i c k s , Pastor.
freek and graft laws.
C H IN A WARE
See Our Window Display
J. C. TALBO TT &, CO
Bank of Falls City
A HOT WATER
JO B P R I N T I N G
You Do Not Need to Send Away
T H E FALLS C ITY N E W S
M. L THOMPSON.
Hews of fa lle (Tits