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THE FALLS CITY NEWS. MARCH 20, 1015
Dies of Pneumonia
l)r. W. li. Officer died o f pneu-
Service on next Lord's Day at
PiuuHtngcr Train Scheduli!
monia Wednesday evening at II u. hi , and 7:80 p. m.
Elf «cliva Dec. 1,1018
5:00 o ’clock at his office over the
Ili blu School at 10 A. M.
Thompson drug store. The doc- t
N o t h i n g p l e a s e s the h o u s e w i f e better
Mill. Hill. pm. pill.
Junior Endeavor at 3 P M
• Salem . . *. 6.86 9 16 1 I" 3.25
tor hurl been ill only a few days,
h a n n ice d i9 h e s to s e t off her d i n n i n g
Dallas . . . 8.46 11.00 2 50 6.00
and it was not known that he
Fällst 'ity . 8.60 11.86 3.25 5.36
table. W e are m a k i n g S p e c i a l P r i c e 9
Them«— Morning Service:
was serious. Tuesday he was
on o ur line of C h i n a and P o r c e l a i n W a r e .
delirious and came down from his
K 411 MOUND
Mill. pm. pin. pill.
office and waM going to make his
“ The linmortulity of the Soul.
regular trip to Dallas, where he
halls City. 9.30 1.25 3.45 5.40
Dallas. . . 10.15 2.00 4.2ft
A cordial invitation toeveryhne. mm
has an office there, hut friends
Salem . . . 11.26 3.16 6.30 7.46
persuaded him to go hack and go Strange!« made welcome.
J. O HlHUinoK. AMKKt
to bed. He continued to grow
B. L. 1 ilots, Pastor.
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worse. His sister, Mrs. Charles
Hutton of Puyallup, Wash., was
M. E. Church
notified by telegraph, hut through
Morning worship, subject. “ His
some error did not get the mes
sage until after the doctor was
Evening worship, theme: “ Is it
R E.Wu.uAMd, M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols ,
R .G .W hite ,
possible lor a thinking man today
Dr. Officer was 48 years of age
to be religious."
and was born in Gentry county,
You are cordially invited to at
Mo., Dec 18, 18(17, and grew to
manhood there. He attended the
Cuming:—One week of Special
F alls C it y , P olk C ounty . O kkgon
St. Louis Medical College where Services beginning on Easter.
he took a six years course iri
Does a General Banking Business, interest Paid on Time
M. A. M ahcy , Pastor.
medicine and surgery; graduat
Deposits. * Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
Insures warm feet at night ing at the age o f 26 years.
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
Free Methodist Church
After his graduation he visited
no need lying awake waiting
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
for your feet to get warm if his parents for several weeks and
I’ rc aebii.g 11:00 A M.
u nice hot water bottle is at then went to Grass Valley, Cali
Subject—“ The two sisters."
fornia where he practiced his pro
the foot o f the bed.
Class meeting 1:00 P. M.
fession for several years and
then removed to Eagle Point.
California. He next went to
Are made of the best rubber
H. A. W a l t k k , Pastor.
Portland, Oregon where he prac
every one warranted.
ticed for two years as a Brain
Specialist He came to Falls City
LATEST ST Y LES AT LO W EST P R IC E S
in 1907 and has resided h^re ever
All Styles, Sizes and Prices.
quantity of trees etc., in surplus,
Dr. Officer was a highly ed first d a s; to clean up, we offer less
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ucated man and a successful and than half price. PRICES— apples
skillful physician. At a state 5c; pears 8c; prunes 9c; plums 10c:
medical examination he passed peach 7c; choice grafted Aalnuts
the highest grade o f any prac- at bargain; like reductions on
ticoner in Oregon. He was of a other stocks not listed herein;
kind disposition and was always Prices will hold good as long as
ready to help those who were in
this surplus lasts; order now.
need o f the necessaries o f life. Carlton Nursery Co., Carlton, Ore.
His many friends in Falls City
H o m o M a d e C a n d ie s
express their regards in rever-
Ul the Best Brand
Junior Bereans Class Meet
ance to the deceased.
nignt the Junior Bu
The deceased leaves a father
SO F T DRT n K S O F ALL
their monthly class
and mother who reside at Slater,
K IN D S .
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o( the Chris
Saline county, Mo., and five
brothers and three sisters: John, tian church. There was a large
P e a n u t and P o p co rn
Franklin, Hurbert and Orville attendance.
S t a n d in C o n n e c t i o n .
After the reading of the minutes
Officer who live in the vicinity of
following officers were nom
Slater and Noah Officer who lives
at Corfu, Wash. Mrs.
Ellen inated and elected: President—
Campbell and Mrs. Clara Ayres, Mr*. C. M. Harrid; V-President—-
Mrs. Chas. Bradley; ' the office of
‘1 he bent show ut the Gefn tonight • both of Slater; and Mrs. Chas.
secretary seemed a hard one to fill
FOR S*ALK— Indian R u n n e r
The body was shipped Thurs as all who were nominated declin
Duck h'g’gK Call 271.
to Dallas where the funeral ed and it was left over until next
Cicil Qtulerkirk and Clinton
will be held Sunday at meeting night; Treasuret-'-L. C.
Southwell returned Sunday from a
10:30 a .m ., in the undertaking Tyler; Class Editor- Mrs R. Paul;
Dale R dl has beAu Hick with la parlors of R. L. Chapman. Rev. Supt. of Home Dept,— Mrs. Russell
A list of Bible questions were
B. L. Hicks o f the Christian
Art R uhh and faiui ly->bh Marctda, church o f this city will officate.
next to be asked and answered.
Oregon art) here visiting with Mrs.
The Social Committee’s program
Burial will be made in the Odd
Ross’ parents,‘ML And Mi a. G. W.
was rendered as follows:
Reading by Mrs* Paul.
Mrs. Wilbur Lewis is sick with order will have charge o f the
Reading by R. Wonderly.
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SAU M, hAl.LS 111 Y 4 WtM'I.KN
C H IN A W A R E
S e e Our W in d o w
J. C. T A L B O T T &. CO .
Feels Good to Your Feet
A HOT WATER
Bank o f Falls City
Our hot Water Bottles
S P R IN G
M IL L IN E R Y
M. L. THOMPSON.
Law o m o Corsets and Knox
K nit Hosiery
H a rrin g to n ’s
Falls City Millinery Co.
Hews of Jails
A complete line of men’s fur
nishings Hats of the iatest
styles and creations.
COPELAND & RYDER shoes.
Mr. and Mrs. 0 L Hnmfialt re
turned Tiths'day fri in lola, Kansas
alter an indefinite slay.
Albert M Coxe of Butte, M on
tana was fir this fcity Friday of
last week. Mr. Coxe Is engaged in
th6 topper milling business at
Butte. He says that while trade
conditions are somewhat improved
they are nothing like normal.
Visit Hit! store' of N. S‘‘ l'4 Sat-
urduv March 2 ilh i and nceivs II
in Trading Slumps Absolutely
Free. N" purchase,rtquired.1
Mr*. Knima llim-lmiy returned
Wednesday from Albany tvhero
she went as a delegate to the Py
thian Sisters convention held there.
Mis. A E. Seymour was called
to Washington Sunday by a mess
age itHting the death of her lather
W. M. Black is able to bo out
again after a siege with the grippe.
Mrs. Win. Finley and Mrs. H«t-
liq Tice were iq Dallas. Thursday.
R. L. Chapman, Pnneral Direc-
‘ tor at Dallas was hereVTiiursday.
r,Jf ^B. F. Reezley returned to his
brittle in Newport Mdfi^lay after
spending the week with Ilia mother
M u. Sarah Reezley.
Burp to Mr^ and Mi 4 C. W.
• JtrwtVn the first'll the wee|, a hoy.
The$. F. C. dt TV. Uy , ¡4 putting
inht'rnin order signal sititch nt
Carpet and rug weaving also
hair switches made from combings.
Phone 314. C. E. Gibson.
For P. & O. plows for stubble
and sod, cull at N. A. I.unde's
hi icksmitli shop
C. V. Avi rill, editor of the New
port Signal was visiting bis mother,
Mrs. S. E. Averill, and aunt Mrs.
R. E. Chamberlain this week. Mr.
Averill was once editor of the News
about eight ytars ago, when it'was
known as the “ Falls City Logger” .
Mr. Averill finds many newcomers
and changes in the city since then.
Road Work Begun
Quite a number of teams Were
put to work Monday grading the
road to the Siletz, The work will
be pushed as rapidly as possible
in order to he ready for the sum
mer travel. The rock crusher will
begin operations as soou as possible
after the contract is let for the
crushing of the rock.
Härtung* contest voter will bej
counted haturday night March 20.
Song by Mrs. Averill.
Reading by Mrs. Harris.
Song by Mrs. Paul, Averill and
Reading by C. J. Bradley, L. C.
Frink and R. M. Wonderly.
There la more. Catarrh In this section of
Young Peoples’ Class
The meeting then voted for ad
the countrr than all other diseases put
together, and untU the last few years
journment, after which refu ali
was supposed to ho Incurable. For a creai
Methodist Sunday school held their many years doctors pronounced It a local
ments were served.
disease and prescribed local remedies, and
regular monthly business and by constantly falline to cure with local
treatment, pronounced It Incurable. Sel
social meeting Wednesday even- in. a Inis' proven Catarrh to be a consti
Mrs. N. E. Taylor returned Sat
tutional dtses.se, and therefore requires
n.g, March 17. The name select constitutional treatment. Hall’s Catarrh
urday from a visit with her parents
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney &
ed for the class was “ A nti-Can’t.” Co.. Toledo, O hio,, is .the only Constitu
'i ' ' 1 tional cure On the market. It Is taken In
at Oregon City.
The constitution was read imp ternally In doses f i r n to drops to a tea
Win. Junker of Corvallis was in adopted and the President appoint spoonful. It acts directly on the blood
and mucous su rfaces'ef the system. They
town Monday looking lor a loca ed committees. The meeting was, offer one hundred donare for any case It
fails M cure. Send for circulars and tes
tion. He is well pleased .Aitli the then turned ovei to the social da-, timonials.
Add teas : F. J CHKNEV * CO.. Toledo, a
partineut and a "ood time was en Sold b y Drui Tiriate, T5c.
Take BaU's: f smMy Pills for constipation.
Bert Dennis family have moved joyed by all.
Chas. D. Ferguson,
MC L. Hopkins werit to McMinn-
Dorothy Bradley while playing
villo Saturday to look alter his
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with the Deultgen boy fell and in
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jured her arm.
n. *-i.. i ’
C. J. Pugh made a business trijl
Alvain llaifis Kent to L* in Co-,
Rev. Hicks wont to Dallas to Salem and Portland the first of
Friday on Itusiness.
Thursday to finish a series of meet the week.
A. H. Dodd took seine stock to
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ings being held there by E*. angel-
FOR SALE— VictOT talkiug nia Bepton this week. , if
ist Van Winkle. Rev. Van W in
kle was called to Tillamook by the chine. $10 will buy a Victor talk
Work commenced this week at
ing machine with 10 records. Can
illness of his sister.
Spa*nMings camp 8r " Several men
. -I . Ifeft Tuesday for that, ptace.
Fresh Bread,Cakes,Cookies, Pies,
and other bakery goods, every day
For Sale— Young Jersey Cow fresh
Jdsb. Talbott was1 in Portland on
at the Falls City Bakery.
soon. Call at. Flemings Coni.
husiiiesa the- first o f I he week.
Clothier and Tailor.