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THB FALLS 0!Tt NÏWB. APRIL 8, 1015
M r . H e m * Sggkar
COME TO FALLS CITY, OREGON
B u y O ro h a rd Land
Miss Lilli Courter left Thursday
Servii1« oil next Lord'd Day at
ilirad Kile’* family are going| || *. m ( aml 7:30 |> m.
to Portland noon
Killer A. I). Skaggs will preach
morning and evening, Subject
Fred Belcher of Portland was in
"H asC h rist a Church
Kalla City lliia week.
on Karth? If so, when was it set
Mra. Chiirlee Triiiilde spent aev-
ilaya in thin city.
A b iu «*p «n oll or o » « marls oit Ih ii
Subject for evening: “ How can I
nod o* m c a n i that your • ub»crip-
Horn to Mr. and Mra. Henry liecome a member of H it church?
lion to Tho Nawa Haa oaplrod and
naada fining Oo It now.
Norris, the 12tli, a hoy.
Bible School at 10 A. M.
Junior Endeavor at 3 P. M.
Dan Siddon of Portland spent
Christian Endeavor at 8:30 P. M.
Sunday the guest of C. !.. Hopkins.
A cordial invitation to everyone.
Mis. N. A. I.unde and son Ralph
S um . Man. Tan. tt«i. Than
***•: visited relatives in Salem Satur-
B. L. H i c k s , Pastor.
3 (lay und Sunday.
FISHING SEASON OPEN
We carry a complete line of
Notice to News Subscribers
PRACTICAL TACKLE FOR
Fishing and Hunting License For Sale.
Rev. M. A Marcy and his Boy
17 Scouts took tilt Camp Fire Girls
24 out in the woods for an all dsy
The designs are as ever o f
most desirable character,
embracing a variety of
subjects with printed or
embossed greetings a n d
verses. Easter Booklets
New Local Cards
Making a fine assort
ment o f Falls City views.
City Marshal Lewis arrested two
Austrians Monday for fighting,
< acli were fined #>'> in police court
One man was fined $5 for being
The Paw nt Teachers meeting
will be mdd Tuesday evening
April 13th. A ll patrons of the
school are invited to attend as
there will lie subjects o f interest to
Fresh Bread,Cakes,Cookies, I'»es,
and other bakery goods, every «lay
at the Falls City Bakery.
Walter L. Tooie, Jr., o f Dallas
states that more State funds ate
now available and will be luaned
un'iuiproved farm lands.
New Depot Agent
Business Man Praises
Dr. Miles’ Heart Remedy
Succaaaful Merchant Aftar Investigation
Found a Romody That Ro-
atorod Hla Health.
"This 1« Thanksgiving day In tha
atata of Pennsylvania, ami 1 want to
devote a part of
It In writing a
On the 26th day
of November. 10,
I waa stricken
called It Angina
Pectorle. I had
from one to flva
hours. In t h e
la ttA p a r t o f
1 wrote to the
lilie s Medical Co., for Information con
cerning my caae. and In reply I received
a very kind and Inatmctlve letter,
which I handed to my family doctor,
and ha told me to use your Remedies
In connection with the medicine he
gave me, »<T I did
I used live bottles
of Dr Mllea' Heart Remedy and aeven
bottles of Dr. Mllea1 Nervine
ronllned to the house for about four
Tho aotlon of my heart la
now. and haa been normal for the last
I can truly recommend
Dr Miles' Nervine and Heart Remedy
to do what they are Intended for. If
used according to directions. I thank
you kindly for your advice In answer to
my monthly reports
I am now elxty-
seven years of age. have been In the
mercantile business for thlrty-flve years
and lived retired for tho last thirteen
A. B. H O LUN O BR,
On Wednesday the attention
o f the Mayor was called to the
condition o f Dayton street bridge
spanning the Luckiamute. The
Mayor and Street Commissioner
Albert Teal examined the bridge
and found that the needle-beams
were in a badly rotten condition
and the city marshal was ordered
to close it up. The beams and
supports are so badly rotted as to
allow the bridge to sag rendering
The bridge was constructed in
L907 and without paint o f any
protection from the weather has
been short lived. A thorough
examination will be made in order
to ascertain if it will be profitable
to repair and cover or re-build.
This is an expense not figured on
and as the city is in road district
No. 21 the money formerly re
ceived thai could have been ap
plied in such cases will now he
distributed over the entire dis
trict and Falls City will have to
repair her own bridges from a
! special levy.
R. E. W il lia m s , M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols ,
R .G . W hite .
Cashier Assistant Cashier
Bank of Falls City
H. A. W alter , Pastor.
M. E. Church
Morning. Sacramental Service
and Address, Bev. E. S. Ham
mond, Ph. D.
3.00 P .M . Mother’s meeting for
mothers and young ladies over 16,
addressed by Dr. Hammond.
8:00. Mission study.
Epworth League led by
7:80. Evening worship sermon,
‘ False Refugee.’ ’
Easter special by the Orchestra.
Each evening of the week fol
lowing Easter Sunday there will
he religious services held in the
church at 7:80. Rev. DeLong will
have charge of Mae singing, the
pastor will preach. Special num-
tiers each evening.
You are cordially invited.
M. A. M arcy , Pastor.
F alls C it
been established which calls for
a general clean-up day each year
in this city; and
Whereas, the time has arrived
when we should look to the beau
tifyin g o f our city by ridding our
streets and private enclosures o f
the trash and rubbish that gathers
there in the course o f a year’ s
Whereas, the city council of
Falls City has made provisions
for the hauling away o f all rub
bish collected on the day herein
after provided for at the expense
o f the city;
I. Frank K . Hubbard, as Mayor
o f Falls City, by virtue o f the
power in me vested, do hereby
proclaim and declare that Mon
day, the 12th day o f April, 1915,
shall be and the same hereby is
named as a general clean-up day
in Falls City, and I request that
all citizens unite upon that day
to make the event mean to this
city all that it is intended to
mean; I particularly request that
the women o f this city lend their
efforts to see that the intention
o f this proclamation is fully and
completely carried out. Trash
and rubbish collected on that
day, if placed in a box in the
street (next to the curb), will be
hauled away by teams in the em
ploy o f the city without any
charge to the property owner.
Any person having such trash
and rubbish to be hauled away
will notify the City Marshal.
Done at Falls City, Oregon,
this 1st day o f April, 1915.
F. K. H ubbard , Mayor.
Ed Rich was a Dallas visitor
Mrs. Morris has been on the sick
list this week.
The ladies of tho Christian
church served a lunch Thursday
it being in honor of the President,
, P o lk C o u n t y .
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
LATEST STYLES AT LO W E 8T P R IC E S
Lawomo Corsets and Knox
MAYOR S PROCLAMATION
Considerable interest is being
manifested in the city election.
M IL E S M E D IC A L CO., E lk h a rt, Ind.
The Mayorality is the chief at
traction: four having signified
their willingness to be offered up
as living sacrifices upon that
I altar. The office o f Auditor and
'I lie best allow at the Gem tonight Police Judge and City Marshal
Miss L ila Courter was in Salem also have champions who are
willing to dedicate a portion of
their time to drawing the mun
Bom — Saturday to Mr. and Mis.
ificent salary and incidentally
C. J. Moyer, a boy.
performing the duties incumbent.
FOR S A L E — Dahlias, at 15 els*
; The office o f councilman-at-large
each. Mis- G. W. Reece,
has only one aspirant, but there
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry
are five out for councilmen and
Kneebone, March 28, a boy.
only three places. So far as we
Help boost Skeels for Auditor. know the candidates are all good
Pd. Adv. citizens and the city would not
For Sale— Young Jersey cow fresh be likely to go to the bow wows
whoever may be elected.
soon. Call at Flemings Conf.
D r. M iles’ H e a rt Remedy la sold and
guaranteed by all druggists.
J. C. TALBOTT
Free Methodist Church
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Preaching 11:0O A. M.
Class meeting 1:00 P. M.
Evening service 7:30.
I. G. Singleton and wife who
have been connected with the S.
F. C. & W. Ry., depot here for the
past nine yeats have retired from
the service. It is their intentions
to ruuaiti in Falls City. The new
agents are A. C. Powers of Dallas
To the Citizens o f Falls City:
and J. L Powers of Medford who
Whereas, a wise custom has
were chocked in Sunday.
Dayton Street Bridge Condemned
Falls City Millinery Co.
Receive«^ too late for last issue.
is progressing nicely
under the supervision of Mrs. Neal.
Mies Graham is ill and unable
to attend to her school work.
Mrs. Dunn is quite well again.
A new baby girl has arrived at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. D.
Rally Day was a success in every
way; Mrs. Neal and her pupils
gave a very creditable programme
after which a member of the board
was named as chairman for the
day. A number of questions were
discussed until come one mention
ed the fact that the coffee smelled
good, they were hungry so they
guessed it was dinner time. The
table which teacher and pupils had
previously erected was soon loaded
with good things to eat; Mrs. Neal’s
good coffee gave the finishing
touch to our dinner which we ail
enjoyed. Mr. MacKiu and a lady
from Corvallis College spent the
day with us helpiug to discuss the
questions brought before us; lastly
Mr. MacKin presented the school
with a pennant, making the third
year our school haa been on the
Ladles Low Shoes
M ens E lkskin Shoes
Remember Our Prices Are
M R S . E. FO R 8HEY
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned M. L. Thompson,
has been duly appointed by the
County Court o f the State o f
Oregon for the County o f Polk,
administrator o f the estate o f
W. B. Officer, deceased, and has
All persons having c l a i m s
against the said estate are here
by required to present them,duly
verified, with the proper vouch
ers. within six months from the
date o f this notice, to the said
administrator, at his drug store
in the city o f Falls City, in said
Dated and first published,
March 27, 1915.
M. L. T hompson .
Administrator o f the estate o f
W. B. Officer, deceased.
Oscar Hay ter,
Attorney for administrator.
BUCK ROCK ITEMS
Rev. John Ovall was in Black
Mrs. O’ Brien was a Falls City
A surprise party was given to
Mrs. Baker last week. Several
ladies were in attendance and had
a good time.
The owners of the Great Wes
tern, Mr. Skye. Mr. Riten and Mr,
Hamilton are coming to visit Black
Rock. Mr. Skye came up yester
Everybody seems to be moving
to camp. Mr. Earhart ia moving
today and several others intend to
do the same.
Clarence O’Brien moved
camp last tteek.
Percy O’Brien went to Falls City