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THE FALLS CITY NEWS.
FEB., 18, 1915
Mr«. Kn-il I('limali ami dwu|(lttt*r
SALEM , FA LLS CITY 4 W LSTIRN
Serving on next Lord'* Day at
J. K. llcf/lny of Saloni was in It a. in , nod 7:3U p. m.
l’u.-Mt-ngi-r Train Schedule
Effective Dec. 1,1913
town Sunday v ìm |I: mk relativo*.
Hilde School at 10 A. M.
IM HI HI 1*7
I’. H Caikin’H inolili r wlm hai
am. uni. pin. pm.
N o t h in g pleases th e h o u s e w ife b e tte r
Endeavor at 3 P M.
Salem . . . 0 ¡15 lMr> 1.10 3.25 been Very ill it much improved
a n nice d ish e s to s e t o ff her d in n in g
Chrixtiun Endeavor at 6:80 P.M.
Dallas. . . 8.46 11.00 2.50 6.00
A. II. Dodd who hah born rjiiito
H.6Ö 11,86 3.26 6.35
le . W e are m a k in g S p e c ia l P ric e s
111 in reported to be mudi better.
on o u r lin e of C h i n a and P o r c e la in W a r e .
HI H A ¡ r ,
X A f T M O l MO
Horn Tuesday February H, to "Faith of our falliere."
HIM. pill. pill pm.
Then»' —Evening 8* i vice:
Mr. and Mm. Otto leal, a daughter.
"The tonver»ion of the beet man
Falls City. 9.tto 1.25 3.45 6.40
Mayor Frank llubhard wan out
Dalla*. . . 10.16 2.00 4.26 0,40
Monday the lirxt time in two
Salem , . . 11.25 3.15 6.30 7.45
Addition» -1 4; lucinberrhip 130;'
There were four bupli ina at the
Chriatiun church lent Sunday uou-rcei'lent •>.
II ¡lined for Church purposes
Mr. Horn* Sachar
G M E T O I ALLS CITY. O N K Q O N 1
L. C. Tyler, who ix working neat $1,005 ‘.(¿1; paid out $09(J.07; rai»td
and Buy Orohard Land
Dalla* w*. iu Kalla City Sunduy lor miaaidtii $25; rained for Bible
R- E. W illiams , M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols , R. G. W h it e ,
achool 112; raised for all purpose*
Cashier Assistant Cashier
Mr*. J. C. Bradley who ha* been “ toUl ol * 1' 17208'
G a lc n ö a r — f e t > ., i o i 5
visiting her mother at Wilbur, re
iuu Non. T*«>. *cd. Thun. fri. Ut. turned last week.
Pastoral visit* 370; Bermans
.0 . D. Trent wuh called to Moii- preached 01.
F all * C it y , P olk C oomtt . O regon
We have had 15 addition* *iuce
13 umuth Sunday on account of the
Does a General Banking Business. Interest Paid on Time
annulling charge of (lie Fall* City
19 2 0 illne** of hi* mother.
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
21 2 2
Mr*. Cox of Salem came Sntur.
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
A cordial invitation to everyone.
day to visit her mother, Mr*. C. T.
Strangei* made welcome.
West, who i* quite ill.
it. L. 11 h k *. Faator.
Fresh Bread, Cukes,Cookie*, Fie*,
and other bakery good», every day
M. L Church
Peels Good to Your Feet at the Fall* City Bakery.
Morning worship: Second Mr-
Mr. and Mr*. Selig went to mon h-clure in the serle* on the
Portland Tuesday. Mr*. Selig will choice of a church: 'The Christian
purchase a »lock of millinery w hile Science Church.”
Evening worship: Dr. Talbot,
Rev. E. D. Blackman of Bethany Denu ot Kimball Col leg- of Thco-
wa* here last week attending the logy will *p< ak.
meeting* at the Free Methodist
V ju a'e cordially invited to at
tend both of these service*.
Ed Brown is building an addi
M. A. M a r l y , Pastor.
Insures warm feet at night tion to hi* garrage in order to take
TYLES in men’s clothes for Spring ar.d Summer wil|
no need lying awake waiting care of the bu*ine** dining the
For Kent—Fouiy room house
be more strictly American than ever before. In
good well and garden. $5.00 per
for youisfeet to get warm if spring and summer.
fact, it might as well be stated now as later that
month. Apply to 8, E H insta mi.
a nice hot water bottle is at
The State Christian Endeavor
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America practically has become the style creator of
the foot of the bed.
Expert eye examii atiou is
will meet nt Hugeno February 11',
the world, so far as fashions for men are concerned. Amer
absolutely necesgary.to de
and 21. Delegate* from this
Our hot Water Bottles 20,
ican designers are well in the forefront as originators of.
place are yet to be chosen.
clever, natty and comfortable clothes ideas, and it need no
Are made of the best rubber
it. T. Cox, wife and eon came
every one warranted.
last week to visit with hi* brother- other method may result in per-
longer be said that we are dependent upon the fashion de
in-law, K. A. La Dow.''They are on manent injury to your sight.
signers of other nations.
their way to the Panama Exposi When Dr*. Lowe and Turner, the
For those who wish to be dressed to the minute. Sack Coats
well known eye specialist* of Port
All Styles, Sizes and Prices.
Spring will be cut formfitting and from 301 to 31 inches
Lost- Airdnle dog. I^eft Tues
long for the man of average height. Coat fronts will be soft
day Feb. *2. A liberal reward will
and collars w ide, with large soft-rolling lapels. Shoulders
be given for his return. J. C. Fox,
Portland Cement Co. Dallas, Ore.,j
will be body-width, with little or no padding, and sleeves
¡do not need glasses, they will most
will be small.
I | positively not recommend them
Chas. Mix proprietor of the
Outing garments will not be lined with either haircloth,
Idaho saloon bM installed the l»ai
fixtures just received from Dallas Hotel \\t*u. K >, 1 Hb, one day
canvas or full body lining unless the customer wishes them
and lias disposed of the ones he -mly. Coftisult them* at Hotel,
finished in this manner.
hu* been using to the Ellis cou- They do not go from house to
Norfolk styles will continue popular as the correct thing for
j nouse. Their glasses are guaran-
outing, vacation and negligee wear. Our numbers 122 and
'I he Polk County Sunday school; teed to give entire satisfaction
[convention will he held at Mon- whether they cost two dollars or
123 are the very last word in stylus of this character.
month February 13th and 14th. more. One charge covers entire
Waistcoats will be cut five to six buttons high, and the no
Delegates f r o m the Christian [ cost of examination, frames and
collar style will be the preferred model. Particular dressers
church at this place are J. C. Frink lensei. They also successfully
it desirable to have a fancy waistcoat with every suit,
straighten cross eyes in children.
and B. L. Hicks.
especially with a cutaway frock or Prince Albert coat.
Rev. Purceil and wife left Mon
Dies of Pneumonia
day for their homo at Hubbard,
Trousers will be straight cut, with all evidence of the old
Oregon. Rev. Purcell assisted in : John H. Crable died Saturday
BUY CIGARS AND TOBACCO OF
peg top flare eliminated, and cuffs will not be correct on any
tiie meeting* ju*t closed ut the j night Feb. 6 of pneumonia. Mr.
E L L IS ’.
but outing styles. Tunnel belt loops are passe, the narrow
Free Metnodiat church.
Crable was taken ill on the 30th
3-8 inch loop being the size now favored by the best dressers.
Rev. H. A. Walter left Wednes-1 of January,
Two pair of trousers should be considered a part of every
day for a few day* outing at La-1 The deceased was a native of
suit order, as such an arrangement prolongs the service
ct mb. Ho will be gone over Sun- Harsens Island, St. Clair County,
value of the suit by affording a change every few days, thus
H o m e M a d e C a n d ie s
his pulpit Sunday.
1836. When a young man he was
01 the Ijcwt Brand
insuring economy of purse as well as neatness of personal
At the school election Tuesday a P^ot and a captain on the Great
S O F T D R IN K S O F ALL
night N. Selig was elected to the Lakes tor many years. He lived
K IN D S .
office of school director to fill the in Michigan until 1887 and came
vacancy caused by the resignation i
Oregon in 1889, residing in
P e a n u t and Popcorn
In the more than 2500 patterns composing our Spring and
otO. F. Vick.
several different parts of the
S t a n d in C o n n e c tio n .
Summer Woolens will be found rich browns and tans, black
state, coming to Falls City, Oct.
Mrs. Ella Ellis and Mrs. W. l \ 6 lyj 4
and white and blue and white effects, and many tones of
Bullis of Black Rock were shop- ’ M(.
wft3 married to
grey such as gun mental, steel, oxford and pearl shades in
ping in balls City Thursday and Mary Jane Jasperson in Adrain,
designs of Tartan checks, Glenurquhart plaids, pin checks,
incidentally paid thtir respects to Mich jn 1870 who survives him.
'I he best show at the < lem tonight
gun club checks, shepherd checks, and pencil, needle and
the News office.
He also leaves a son, Worthy J.
The Sunday rc I io o I contest of Ohas. llnrlung is having his Crable of San Francisco, Cal,, a
Roman stripes and basket weaves.
lln- Methodist i lunch I i « h closed. store »papered and remoddled in daughter, Mrs. Marion H. Ben-
There will not be found a handsomer or more exclusive as
But do not let this keep you from
c* tiling? Our Methodist Sunday order u» take care of the spring nett and a grand daughter. Miss
sortment of woolens anywhere, yet the prices asked for
trade^^’harlie is a hustler and is Hope Bennett, of this city to
school is improving every day.
them, tailored into pertect fitting clothes, are reasonable in
sureTo get Ins share.
mourn his loss. He was a mem-
A. V. R. Snyder, Polk County ber of the First Baptist church of
Acreage tract 80x450 feet, good agent fer the Oregon Fire Relief Alpena, Mich., and was a devout
8-room house, city wnter,_eleclric Association was in town Thursday Christian-
The remains were shipped to
lights, hen house, wood shed, fruit and called at the New* office. The
house, ”0 bearing friiit trees, one- Oregon Fire Relief is writiug more Dallas Tuesday and buried in the
linlf acre in strawberries. Located insurance than all other companies Odd Fellows cemetery,
m-ar mill. Will sell for oiwdialf combined and the reason is they . The News extends its svmpa-
Motto:—Pay less and dress better.
cash balance to suit purchaser. pay their losaes promptly. F. K I thy to the bereaved family in
Hubbard is the local agent.
j their irreparable loss.
C T. West, Fall* City, Ote.
C H IN A W ARE
See Our Window Display.
J. C. T A L B O T T & CO
Bank of Falls City
A HOT WATER
BO H LE
SPRING and SUMMER
M. L. THOMPSON.
H a rrin g to n ’s
Clothier and Tailor.