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THE TALL8 CITY NEWS.
SALEM, FALLS CITY & WESTERN
l ’uawngcr Train Schedule
Effective I I , I’ iI :
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am. pm. pm.
Salem . . . 6.35 9.45 I.io 3.26
8.45 11.00 2.50
8.50 11,86 3.25 G.:i&
Full» Cl t;
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am. pm. pin
HI’ k Ruck
Fulls City. 9.80 1.25 3.45 5.40
Dulia». . . ! 10.15 2.(HI 4.25 6.40
Salem . . . 1 11.25 3.15 5.30 7.45
Hulin* . . .
J. fi. HirujI.Kt«'
H a m * S««k«r
( C O M r T O F A L L » C I T V , O R f O O N
and Buy O rch ard Land
C a lc in a r — fe b .,
Men. Tufi. Wed. Than.
7 8 9
14 IS 16
21 22 23
YOUNG PEOPLE’S CLASS ORGANIZE
A. II. Dodd ha* been very ill
\V, R. Iliuehuw in v ¡tiling hie
father in Tillamook County.
The meeting« a Him Free Meth-
odist church are still progressing.
Tlia young people*’ cla n of the
^lethjtlivt Sunday school held a
meeting Saturday evening, Jan.,
80th, in the League room, for the
purpose o f organizing.
The following officers were tlcc-
Thu children who have been lick
with the mumps ure able to bu in
Rev. D. I,. Hicks, Pastor ol the
Christian church has beeb on the
sick list this week.
Iren« Dodd, who is rpendiug the
winter in Chicago rc|H>rls extreme- i
|y cold weather in that city.
Joe Kloria will leave today lor
Hscrumento, California where lie
will spend several months.
Grandma Thorne i* improving
Mrs. Willard KiHiert and little
Burhuru have been in Dallas visit
ing this weak.
Feels Good to Your Feet
A HOT WATER
Insures warm feet at night
no need lying awake waiting
for your feet to get warm if
a nice hot w ater bottle is at
the foot o f the bed.
Our Hot Water Bottles
A re made o f the best rubber
every one warranted.
Ail Styles, Sizes and Prices.
M. L. THOMPSON.
BUY CIGARS AND TOBACCO OF
E L L I S ’.
H a r r in g t o n ’s
H o m e M a d e C a n d ie s
Ol the Best Brand
S O F T D R IN K S O F ALL
K IN D S .
P e an u t and Popcorn
S t a n d in C o n n e c t i o n .
Mrs. I. If. Frame of Monmouth
came Wednesday to visit her
daughter, Mrs. Elmer Lewis.
ami Mrs. W. B. Stevens and
Alec and wife made a tryp in their
uutomohile to Sklum last week.
town, house and ham, 8 acres in
cultivation. Apply at this office.
For P. & O. plows for stubble
and sod, call at N. A. Lui de’s
C H IN A W A R E
Luvnn fibttfreid, President
Lloyd Miller, Vico*Proa
ifanvoy Deal, See.
Margaret Sammons, Treas
After tlie oflicers wore elected
the president appointed committe*
and the class adjourned to meet
February 17 at McPherren’s photo
gallery for a business and social
See Our Window Display.
J. C. T A L B O T T &. CO .
R. E. W illiams , M. L. T hompson , ‘ W. F. N ichols ,
R. G. W hite ,
Cashier Assistant Cashier
Service ou next Lord’s.
11 a. in , and 7:30 p. m.
N o t h i n g p le a s e s th e h o u se w ife better
t h a n n ice d i9 h e s t o s e t o f f h e r d i n n i n g
ta b le . W e are m a k i n g S p e c i a l P r i c e s
on o u r lin e o f C h i n a a n d P o r c e la in W a r e .
Bank of Falls City
Bible School at 10 A. M.
F alls C it y , P o lk C ounty . O regon
Junior Endeavor at 3 P. M.
Christian Endeavor atG :301 M.
“ The Baptism of Christ.”
Does a General Banking Business.
Interest Paid on Time
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
N otary Public officially connected with the Bank.
B. L. H icks , Pastor.
P R IN T IN G
For Sale:— Laying hens, Rhode
M. E. Church
Isla id Reds. F. E. Wells, Phone
Morning worship:—-Beginning a
BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING
(30.0) series of constructive, honest talks
THE N EW S OFFICE
Ross Pettit had the misfortune on “ The Cho:ce of a Church.”
to lose a finger on his rigut hand (1) The Roman Catholic Church,'
Monday at tlic logging camp near (including a brief survey of its
We Ace Prepared To Do It
Evening Sermon Lecture;— Does
Rev. E. I). Blackman of Beth
And Know How
any was here Tuesday and Wed
nesday attending the meetings at
Our Efforts Will be to Please
Special music at both services.
the Free Methodist church.
In Quality and Price. : : :
Sunday school at 10:00 A. M.
If there is anything in “ ground
hog day” wo will have no nine
Epworth League 6:30 P. M.
| cold spells. JTliu sun fulled to
You are cordially invited to at
show its face enough Tuesday to
tend these services.
cast a shadow.
M. A- Marcy, Pastor.
Drs. Lowe A Turner, eye
specialists of Portland will
be in Fallr City again Wednesday
The Council meet in its regular
February 17th- Consult them at
The K in g:— Fisher Matress Co
DEATH OF MR. ROBINSON
session Tuesday night. In the
Jhe Falls City Hotel.
has moved into its new fire-proof
absence o f Mayor Hubbard and
plant at Albina Avenue.
Mrs. W. L. Russell and little
Councilman Hollowell, Council Highly Respected Citizen of Indepen
daughter arrived from Butte, Mon
Portland Moose gill erect a
man Brown acted us chairman.
dence Goes to His Reward.
tana Tuesday on a visit to her
lodge building at Fourth and
■ Tbe usiil routine of business and
The funeral o f Asa B, Robison, Taylor streets to cost $125,000.
purents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Lour- fpresenting o f bills was attended
ter. Her coming was an unexpect toand the proposed amendments Sr., an old and highly esteemed
Herm iston:— Work has begun
to the chatter was introduced, resident o f Independence, and
the new’ Catholic church. It
, , It was a very lengthy affair and father o f County Clerk Robison.
Hie services at tne Methodist was read in relays by Tooze and
32 x 60 and constructed o f
was held from the fam ily resi
church Sunday night was well | Strayer. Tooze came through in
dence yesterday afternoon, the
attended. The house was tilled to very good shape but Strayer was
its utmost, capacity and the pro-1 gasping f° r breath before he fin- remair>s eing followed to the
After much discussion it grave by a large concourse o f
List of Letters
gram rendered in a pleasing man
was adopted with only one dissent sym pathizing friends and neigh-
ner. The talks by the business mg vole.
Remaining uncalled for in this
bors. Deceased had
men were of much interest.
office for the week ending Jan.
H. G. Strayer submitted his
several weeks, and his demise
Mr anii \iri ('
Vick loft for report and offered his resignatfbn . . .
J. , ’ , ‘
n !as Auditor and Police Judge. The did not come unexpectedly, The
j ■'»alum rridny where they will 1 council deferred
j ..f ___ , _
G entlemen .
action on hip res- mourning family has the sym-
! make their future borne.
They i |g,,ati«*u uutil his accounts were pathy o f the community.— Obser
have lived in Falls City nearly ten audileD.
Norton, C. A.
I years amt have been active in j The council adjourned to meet
Thompson. R. E.
school and church work. Their 1 hursday nighf.
These letters will be sei t to the
The council met Thursday night
many friends regret to pee them
dead latter office Feb. 13, 1915
NEWS FROM OVER THE STATE
and accepted H. G. Strayers resig-
if not delivered before. In calling
! nacion and elected G. O. Clements
for the above, please say “ Adver
to till the unexpired term.
Ladies Aid Meet
Addititions will be built to two tised,” giving date of list.
I ra C. M ehrliko , P. M.
large hotels at Albany.
The Ladies Aid of the M. E.
As a result of the meeting held
Church gave a ten-cent tea on the
A Luthern church 40 x 90 is
at the Free Methodist church four
afternoon of February 3 from 8:00 were baptized last Sunday. As being constructed at Silverton.
You Do Not Need to Send Away
T H E F A L L S C IT Y N E W S.
The Falls City Improvement Club
Alex Courier is able to l-e out
ngain after a month’s tussle with
m a m t,
Theme— Evening Service:
Fresh Bread,Cukes,Cookies, I’iek,
"The conversion of the worst
and other bakery goods, every day man iff the world.”
at the Falls City Bakery.
A cordial invitation to everyone.
For Rent;— 10 acre tract near Strangers'made welcome.
mP. ' '
and enjoyed the refreshments, and
a pleasant social time. Six dollars
and ten cents was added to the
'I he best show at the Gem tonight treasury. The Ant will meet next
Wednesday afternoon to quilt and
Mrs. II. G. Strayer left Monday
talk over plans for future work.
Eleanor F. Butler,
W. J. Southwell of Norton’s wap
L. A. S. Reporter.
in town the first of the week.
For Sale:— Good young milk
cows, just fnah. Frank I ley G o n .
FEIL, «, 1015
«*• “ ! » ' '» P -
tiaing o u . Udy his feet slipped on
the rock on which they werc stand-
mg and both went under. Timelv
assistance prevented serious results.
Senator Bingham has a bill to
limit the tax levies by all taxing
More freak marriage laws will
drive more people away from
Mayor Hubbard has been quite Oregon,
ill for about two weeks, but we
Halsey State Bank has increas
are pleased to learn that he is
its capital stock from $10,000
much improved and will be’ out
again soon if he does not take a
Senator Moser has introduced
—v— ------------------ a bill to regulate the manufacture
We desire to inform the public
NOTICE TO WATER USERS
that our store will be open for
AH users of city water are noti-
business Mqjiday morning, Feb
lied that water rent will be collect-
ruary 8. A cordial invitation is
ed at the Falls City Lumber Co’s
extended to the* citizens assuring
them of courteous treatment and i’ lore‘
G. O. Clement.
and Police Judge,
Falls City Lumber Co., Store.
of s t r e s s e s .
The Corvallis & Eastern Rail-
road shops have re-opened for
work at A lbany.
Those w ho do not like the press
fight for lower taxes call it ‘ ‘eeo-
nomic hysteria. ”
Wednesday evening a number of
business men met at the bank and
organized aiL- Improvement Club.
The object is to work as a unit
and secure belter freight rates,
better passenger service; to get a
cannery, creamery and to look
after other matters of interest and
for the good of the city and com
munity. Ira Mehrling was elected
chairman and J. C. Talbott secre
The first and third Wednesday
nights of each month was selected
as meeting nights. All business
men are members and all others
are cordially invited to attend
these meetings at the Gem theatre