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THE FALLS OITT HEWS MARCH 27, l & ß
II. I'aul is on the sick lilt.
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Help boost bkudH (or Auditor.
L a d ie s L o w 8hoes
C T. West is visiting in Hnlem
a lew days.
Chus. llaitung autoed to Dullas
M e n s E lk sk ln 8hoes
Remember Our Pricers Are
N. Kelig and fumily went lo
Mrs. George March went to Dal
Kd Sampson has purchased the
Vick home und moved in.
M R S . E. F O R 8 H E Y
Loyd Miller who has been ill
with lagrippe is improving.
Rev. and Mr*. Itouuda of New-
berg are visiting friends here.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Mann, Match 20, a daughter.
The designs are as ever of
most desirable character,
embracing a variety of
subjects with printed or
embossed greetings a n d
verses. Easter Booklets
For Hale— Young Jersey cow fresh
soon. Call at Flemings Coni.
Mrs Harry Starr who has been
sick witli lagrippe is improving.
FOR SALK— Dahlias, at 15 cts.
each. Mri. G. W. Reece.
Win. Whyte of Black Rock was.
transacting business here Thurs
CtfdI Dodd spent Saturday with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
New Local Cards
Making a fine assort
ment of Falls City views.
H a rrin g to n ’s
I’ aul Rust o f the tax collector's
office at Dallas spent Sunday with
his fumily here.
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Chan. Hinsbaw of
Oretown are the proud parents of a
baby girl, born Tuesday.
Willard Brock of Tillamook City
is spending u few weeks with his
aunt. Mrs. Jennie Cobb.
H o m e M ade Candies
Oi the I lent Brand
S O F T D R IN K S OF ALL
K IN D S .
P ean ut and P opoorn
S t a n d in C o n n e c t i o n .
Finds Cure for Epilepsy
After Years of Suffering
“ Mr daughter wai * ft) I t ml with
eptlepllo ntn for tlvrer year«, the attack*
coining «very few week» W a employed
several doctors bat they did her no
year a g o
h e a r d o f Dr.
and It cartalnly
blessing to our
little girt. She is
n o w appaiently
cured and Is sn-
Joying the best
over a year since
ah* ha» had a
W * cannot
speak too highly
of Dr. Miles’ N ervis*/'
M RU .
.A N IJE R B O N .
Thousands o f children in the
United States who are suffering
front attacks of epilepsy are a
burden and Borrow to their parents,
who would give anything to restore
health to the sufferers. •
Dr. Miles’ Ne rvine
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ellis of
Dallas visited Mr. Kills’ parents,
Mr. ai.d Mrs. Wm. Kllis, last Sun
Mrs. Ktta Parsons of McMinn
ville is here visiting her father,
John Waters, who is ill with pneu
Mrs. C. W. Bryant and baby of
Moro, Ore., visited at the homo of
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Moyer Satur
day and Sunday.
Carpet and rug weaving also
hair switches made from combings.
Phone 814. C. K. Gibson.
For P. & O. plows for stubble
and sod, call at N. A. Lui.de's
R. T. Cox and family of Palouse,
Wash., stopped off here from Mon
day until Wednesday on their re
turn from the San Francisco Ex
position. Mrs. Cox is a sister to
our townsman, E. A. LaDow.
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LEC TU R E
Elder A. D. Skaggs of Vancouver,
Wash., will deliver a series of six
lectures at the Christian church,
commencing Thursday night April
1st. Will the time come when
Sold by all Druggli.ta.
If tna first
bottle fall* to benaflt y o u r monay la
2d. Lust night of Sodom.
3d. The Angels visit at night.
MILES MEDICAL CO.» I Elkhart« Ind
4th. Sunday morning. “ Has
Christ a Church on Earth? If so,
j when was it set up?
Sunday 7 :30. How can I be
come a member of Ilis church?
The best show at the Gem tonight
5th. In Africa and Palestine
Grandma Heezley is improving i forty-seven years ago.
6th. My experience as a spy
Mrs. John Hughes ha.* been sick and the horrors of Andersonville
Elder Skaggs was formerly pas-
FOR SALK— Indian
of the First Christian church
Duck Eggs. Call 271.
of St. Louis. Missouri and during
Mrs. Harry Dempsey of ltickreal
his ministry has baptized more
spent Friday of last week' with
her unde and aunt, Mr. ant* Mrs.
Come and hear him.
is one o f the best retaedies known
It has proven
beneficial in thousands of cases
and those w ho have used it have
the greatest faith in it. It is not
a "cure-all,” but a relutble remedy
for nervous diseases.
not hesitate to give it a trial.
Hews of JFallsOTit?
Service on next Lord's D ay at
11 a. m , and 7 :30 p. m i .
Bible School at 10 A. M.
Junior Endeavor at 3 P. M.
Christian Endeavor at6:30P . M.
‘I heme— Morning Service:
“ The seven B's o! the Bible.”
Theme— Evening Hervi«|:
"T h e firm foundation” ; or “ Rock
or sand which?”
A cordial invitation to everyone.
Btrangeis made welcome.
B. L H ic k s , Paetor.
M. E . Church
Morning worship; Sermon —
“ Work for me to do.”
Evening worship; Sermon—"Sir
what it in, and how to avoid it.
The Orchestra will he there and
you are moat cordially invited.
Dr. Hammond of Salem will con
duct a Sacramental Service on
Easter Sunday nt the moynirig
We urge you to plan to attend
the special services to lie held eacii
evening during the week beginning
April 4>b. Rev. DeLong o f Salem
will liave charge of the singing and
the pastor will bo speaker. Sub
ject announcements will be made
M. A. M a k c y , Pastor.
F. W. Kau has sold his property
in Falls City and will move to Seal
will be a Quarterly Meet
Mrs. Belle Dunlap of Salem is ing at the Free Methodist church,
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. commencing Saturday evening and
holding over Sunday. Elder W.
C. T. West.
J. R. Janies of Salem was bere N. Co'lTge, Presiding Elder, will
Sunday visiting bis daughter, Mrs. have charge.
W . A . W a l t e r , Pastor.
Mr. and Mrs. John Talbott of
Portland are visiting their sons.
Josh and Fred.
T R EE BARGAINS
We now have iu our sheds »
quantity of trees etc., in surplus,
first class; to clean up, we offer less
than half price. PRICES— apples
5c; pears 8c; prunes 9c; plums 10c;
peach 7c; choice grafted walnuts
at Bargain; like reductions on
other stocks not listed herein;
Prices will hold good as long as
this surplus lasts; order now.
Carlton Nursery Co., Carlton, Ore.
FISHING SEASON OPEN
We carry a complete line of
PRACTICAL TA C K LE FOR
Fishing and Hunting License For Sale.
J. C. T A L B O T T &, C O .
R. E. W i l l i a m s , M. L. T h o m p s o n ,
F\ N i c h o l s ,
R. G. W h i t e ,
Cashier Assistant Cashier
Bank of Falls City
F a l l s C i t y , P o l k C o u n t y . O regon
Does a General Banking Business. Interest Paid on Time
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
S P R IN G
M IL L IN E R Y
L A TE S T S T Y L E S A T LO W E 8 T P R IC E S
Law om o Corsets and Knox
Phone 2 9 3
Falls City Millinery Co.
BLACK ROCK ITEMS
March 25, 1914.
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies, l ies,
and other bakery goods, every day
Supt. and Mrs, Seymour of Dal
las and Miss Cowgill of Corvallis
at the Falls City Bakery.
visited the school at this place last
Mrs Pfandhoefer and daughter
Friday. Miss Cowgill gave the
Violet of Salem spent several days
school an interesting talk on club
visiting friends in Falls City.
Archie Krebba while splitting
The Parent-Teachers club met in
kindling Tuesday cut his hand
school house Saturday even
with au ax.
ing. Mr. Seymour showed some
Quite a number of Falls City lar.tern slides of the club members
people attended the funeral services of Oregon.
of Dr. W. B. Officer at Dallas Sun
Prof, and Miss Haley of Falls
day. Rov. Marcy of the Method
ist church of this city officiated City were visitors.
Those attending were: Josh T al
Mr. Nelson cut bis hand with a
bott, T. B Hollowell, Robt.Throck-
morten. Wm. FTnley and wife,
Mrs. O’ Brian visited Falls City
Cbas. Mix, Mrs. Grace Hanson,
Mrs. Hattie Tice, Edith Brown. Wednesday.
Ralph Harrington, Mrs. I.G. Sing
Charlie Elkins and family have
leton, Miss Ella Mehrling,
moved to camp.
The school children s^e pretty
busy with their gardens.
The Christian Bulletin o f Dal
las has the following to say of
B. L. Hicks, Pastor o f the Chris
tian church o f this city who
preached for Evangelist Van
Winkle who was called away:
“ Our disappointment in the
loss o f Brother Van Winkle was
greatly relieved by the presence
of Brother Hicks, pastor o f our
work at Falls City, who kindly
consented to attempt that most
difficult task of carrying on the
work o f another popular man.
We want to say for Brother
Hicks that he is a man o f large
ability and experience and rose
to the situation, by no means
lowering the standard set by our
evangelist, Brother Van Winkle.
We were all glad to extend our
acquaintance with Brother Hicks
and to hear his two strong ser
mons. We want to thank him
for his kind and helpful service
and congratulate the Falls City
church in having so strong a man
to stand in their pulpit and lead
them in their work. We are
hearing good reports from that
field and are predicting greater
things to com e.”
Elmer I^ewis, Chas. Hubbard
and wife, Mrs. Maggie Loftus
motored to Dallas aud Salem
Mrs. Mary Miller returned Sun-
<%y from Roeehurg where she bed
been called by the death of her
Mrs. Chas. Smith came home
from the hospital iu Portland
Sunday. His sister from Califor
nia is visiting them.
The Parent Teachers Association
o f the Falls City school held a
meeting at the school house Tues
day evening, March 16th. A short
program was rendered by the
members of the Association aud
the pupils of the school. After a
business session several questions
of vital interest to the pupils were
discussed by both parents and
teachers. The next regular meet
ing will be held in the school
house, Tuesday evening, April 6th.
All who are interested in school
work are welcome to attend these
The Black Rock Climbers met meetings.
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Thursday and made reports of
what they have done and expect to
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
do in club work.
Notice is hereby given that the
Bills for Month of February
has been duly appointed by the
Allowed by the City Council j County Court o f the State of
F. K. Hubbard, street,
Oregon for the County of Polk,
block “ K” ......................... $25.00 administrator o f the estate o f
W. L. Tooze, salary and
livery h ir e ..... ................. 30.00 W. B. Officer, deceased, and has
W. P. Lewis, salary water
All persons having c l a i m s
W. P. Lewis, salary city
against the said estate are here
marshal and fees ........... 33.00 by required to present them,duly
Bank of Falls City, taxes...
verified, with the proper vouch
S It. Skeels, copying
5 00 ers, within six months from the
date o f this notice, to the said
Falls City Electric Light
Co., service and lam p....... 85 50 administrator, at his drug store
Falls City News, printing
in the city o f Falls City, in said
and r e n t .............................. 7.50
Falls City Lumber Co ,
Dated and first published.
March 27, 1915.
J. C. Talbott, pipe and
fittings ................................ 14.65
M. L. T hompson ,
E. Sampson, labor................... 2 50
Administrator o f the estate of
F. K. Hubbard, posts...................... 1.25
W. B. Officer, deceased.
Lester Bowman, labor...................... .80
W. L. Tooze. Jr., for
Attorney for administrator.
street ” K ” ........................... 50.00