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THE FALL8 CITY HEWS. MAY 1, 1915
M r. H orn« S t t h t r —
C O M E T O FALLS CITY, ONEGO
• nd Buy O r o h a r S Land
Notice to News Subscribers
Calendar— fllaç 1015
Mas. T iki . «fri
Sold on small monthly pay
Get a wild blackberry ice cream soda
at Ellis'. Ask for scrip.
S. C. Brown Leghorn», Barred Rocke,
English Penciled Indian Runner and
Pure White Indian Runner Ducks.
Eggs, Day-old Chicks and Ducklings.
W M. LEE.
Falls City, Oregon.
Try Our Ice Creams
D r. W . L. H o llo w a y
Service on next Lord’s Day at
I l a . in , and 7:80 p. in.
'I bo boat allow at the Goui tonight
Bible School at 10 A. M.
Mr«. Addin Montgomery wont to Morning:
' Salem Tuesday.
Theme— “ Elijah.”
Junior Endeavor at 3 P. M.
Willord llit lit roll was a visitor
Christian Endeavor at 0:30 P. M.
at Dallas last Sunday.
Thu flag-pole at tbo Kola school
Theme— “ The young man in a
house was split by lightning Iasi
far country who found himself.”
A sermon for young people.
Loyd Miller visited ul the homo
A cordial invitation to everyone.
of W. 1). Walker near Gilliam last Sfrangile made welcome.
B. L. H i c k s , Pastor.
A b l u * * p a n o l i o r o * * m m rk o n thl*
n o l l e * m e n n i that y ou r * u b * c r l p -
l i o n l o tT h * N a w i h a * a s p l r a t f a n d
D o II n o w
Hews of Jails (Tit?
Henry Fern of near Gilliam wait
tianaecting business in this city
Mia, Goorgo Reece has gone to
Modlurd in hope of benetittmg tier
N. Helig is having liits store
building painted. R. Paul la do
ing the werk.
We carry a complete line of
F IS H IN G T A C K L E
Fishing and Hunting License For Sale.
We Qive “ S C R IP "
"A mile of Travel for a dollar in Trade
J. C. T A L B O T T & C O
Free Methodist Church
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Preaching U :00 A . M.
Class meeting 1:00 P. M.
Evening service 7:30.
H. A. W alter , Pastor.
R. E. W illiam s , M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols ,
R .G . W hite ,
Cashier Assistant Cashier
W. R. Uinshaw went to Dallas
Bank of Falls City
Our ad ou page three tells you
Mis* Ella Mehrling le much im
how you may get $1 worth of ad
Mrs. R. A. Titus was in Dallas
Mrs. Geo. Hutheilin and daugh-
lei visited in Salem Saturday, re
Mrs. Paul Shepherd is visiting
The automobiles have come out
Mrs. C. L. Hopkins was in Dal
of winter-quarters and are buzzing
around liku busy bees.
Mrs. Alvin Rains is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Lew Cates of The Homer Links.
Dallas Observer motored to Falls
Eloyd and Mrs. Seymour drove
City Tuesday afternoon,
; to Salem Thursday.
C. C. Pugh is building a Logan
Alvam Rains has secured a posi
berry manufacturing plant on his tion in Detriot, Mich.
lit near the school house.
Mrs. L. M. Robinson who lias
Fresh Bread,Cakes,Cookies, l ies, been very sick is improving.
and other bakery goods, every day
B. F. Bdezley has moved his
at the Falls City Bakery.
family from Newport to Portland.
Miss Edith Johnson is attending
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lewis were
the annual Sunday School conven in Dallas and Independence Tues
tion al Portland this week.
Mayor F. K. Hubbard went to
W. E. Thomas of Salem was in
the city Wednesday putting up a Gilliam Friday to Conduct an es-
tombstone for Mrs. Harrington.
Frank Bradley and family left
Mrs. J. 1’ . DeWitte of Monmouth
visited her daughter. Mrs. I. G. Wednesday for Panhandle, Texas
where he gues to take charge of a
Singleton Saturday and Sunday.
and stock farm. They have
Mrs. Emma Uinshaw left Tues
been here about three years aud
day morning lor Portland to visit
we regret to see them leave.
htr sister, Mrs. Edwards who is
The Governor has set May 4-11
as cleau-up week. Mayor Hubbard
The show at the Gem Monday
beat him to it in Falls City. How
night given under the auspices of
ever, there are quite a number of
the ladies of the Christian church j
places that escaped the cleau-up at
was well attended.
that time and it would be well to
Mrs. C. S. O'Brien of Black Rock continue the good work. There is
visited her mother, Mrs. J. P. De- nothing that speaks better for a
Witte at the Singleton home Sat community than to see the streets,
urday and Sunday.
alleys and yards clean and free
C. M. Munson is going around from tin cans and all refuse mat
on crutches. He slipped off a log ter. Join the Governor in his good
last week and as a result lie has a work and clean up
badly sprained ankle.
The C. W. B. M. Auxiliary take
Wanted— Horse to cultivate one this opportunity of making public
acre of potatoes. Have one acre acknowledgement of ther indebted
ness to C. J. Pugh for his kindness
to pasture horse on. John Dunn
in granting them the free use of
on Mark Siddel place
the “ Gem” last Monday night,
J. L. Brown of near Dallas was’ and they heartily thank him for
in the city Wednesday? He had
Through it their treasury has
not been in Falls City before ill six been enriched to the extent of
years and was impressed with its $0.15.
Chloe A. Seymour, Pres.
F alls C it y , P olk C ounty . O rkoon
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.
Dr. Helwarth is having the foun
dation laid for a new bungalow
to be built near his office on the
corner of Main and Second street.
R. M. Wouderly his the contract.
A bunch o f Dallas baseball
players, who for good and suffic
ient reasons ask that their names
be suppressed, went to Falls City
last Sunday and there took on
the baseball team o f that place,
the game resulting in defeat of
the county seaters by a score of
something like 18 to 8. The rep
resentative o f The Observer was
not sufficiently supplied with
paper to accurately take the
Dallas seems to have delin
quents on the street improvement
proposition. The Observer says
that a curb constructed on Mill
street over three years ago has
not been paid for by the property
owners. Falls City is not alone
J. C. Talbott <fc Co.
C. W. Mathews, time check
J. C. Talbott & Co., pipe
A. B. Robinson, Jr ,filingde«ds 1.60
G. O. Clement, time check
News, printing aud rent
J. R. Moyer, election board 30.00
Glass & Prudbomme, bal
W. B. Stevens, third street
F. C. Electric Light Co.,
Geo. Otte, labor
Everett Reeco. labor
Paul Rome, labor
W. L. Tooze, costs in Mathews
McCann & Collins, livery hire
in Mathews case
G. O. Clement, witness fees
in Mathews case
BLACK ROCK ITEMS
Frank O'Brien is sick with pneu
Falls City, Or.. May 1, 1915.—
Roy Baker was taken to the Dal
U. S. Postal Savings Bonds may
las hospital Sunday for an opera
now be purchased. Application
to purchase these bonds, which tion for appendicitis; Le was taken
sick last Thursday.
are o f the issue o f July 1, 1915.
MissCowgill gave a demonstia-
Must be made to the postmaster
of the steam cooker Tuesday.
not later than May 31, 1915.
Mrs Seymour came up
The bonds are o f the usual type
There were several
in issues o f $20, $50, $100 and
♦500. Redeemable in twenty
Charley Elkius made a trip to
years. Interest o f 2i per cent in
Monday to consult his
semi-annual payments is the con
I ra C. M e h rlin g ,
Mrs. Elkins with Mabel Baker
accompanied her brother ar.d sister
List of Letters
Remaining uncalled for in this
office for the week euding April
L adies .
Elkin, Mrs. A. M.
to their home in Lafayette for a
visit with her parents.
This neighborhood was well rep-
; resented at the Falls City school
Tillie's Punctured Romance at
G entlemen .
ti.e Gem Theatre Tuesday night
Ralph Macoruber is out of school
May 4th is one of the most uproar PORTLAND UNION STOCK YARDS CO.
These letters will he sent to the
account of mumps.
Thursday, April 29, 1915. dead letter office May 8, 1915
iously funny plays ever put on.
Wilaon visited our school
Six reels. Don’t miss it.
if not delivered before. In calling
been cattle-1267 calve3-24 hogs-
for the above, please say ‘ ‘ Adver-
Work on the new road to the 2570 sheep-3395
Mrs. Neal has been employed to
tijed,” giving date of list.
const is progressing nicely and it is
teach our school the coming year.
I ra G. M ehrlino , P. M,
thought will ho ready for travel
Where the offerings in the cat
Frank Wright went to Portland
by June. Get the travel turned j tle division were heavy the open
this way and Falls City will take
also heavy. Cattle clung to the Bills Allowed by Council for March
Miss Fanny Neal who teaches at
high price spot throughout the
Ester Moutgouiery, laud $10.00 Antioch came home sick last Fri
Miss Mary Hammond and her
W. L. Tooze, Jr., codifyify-
music class went on an ou tin g 1 at 7 50 to 7 75, cows 6 25 to 6 65. ing charter and oridnances 150.00 day.
on new life.
near the Estey place Wednesday
up with another
evening and camped for the uight. j
A rain came up during the night
going from 7 85, last weeks top,
Will be at the Falla City Hotel in and they got wet,
to 8 05, making an advance of
OF DALLAS, ORE.
this city Monday, Wednesday and
Mr. and Mrs. \V. T. Brown left 20c altold. Demand excellent
Friday o f each week from 9:00 this week for an extended trip for choice light hogs.
A. M., to 1:25 P. M.
through southern Oregon. Miss
All chronic and acute diseases Lucile Techenor is taking Mrs Spring lambs are selling at 8 75
treated. If you are afflicted with Brown’s place at the switchboard to 9 00, ewes 5 50 to 5 75, year
any ailment call and we will talk in the telephone office during her lings 6 75 to 7 00. Packers are
still short o f supplies.
Mr. McDonald's sister from Salem
W. L. Tooze, salary
and Mrs. McDonald’s father and
F. K. Hubbard, notary work 2.00
sister who reside at Eugene were
G. O. Clement, salary two
to see them recently. Mrs. Mc
Donald returned with her people
W . P. Lewis, salary water
for a two week's visit while Miss
Miss McDonald is trying country
W. P. Lewis, city marshal
life and keeping house for her
Lester Bowman, labor
Paul Rouco, labor
Mr. Moffett spent Sunday at W.
Polk County, gravel
F. C. L. Co., lumber