THE FALLS CITY NEWS. M A Y 8, 1915 Mr. Horn* Sachar 1 3 IMcwsof jfallsCitE ChrUtain Church T A L IM C IT Y . O R E G O N and Buy Orohard Land Notice to News Subscribers Born May ist to Mr. and Mrs. C E. Parish, a son. Clme. Mix returned Friday from a trip to Portland. Mrs M ie Lane was in Dallas Monday on hnsinesa. Calentar—fita? 1015 Non. Tati. 2 9 16 23 30 3 4 5 10 II 12 17 18 19 24 25 26 31 W«4. Tkart. frt. 6 7 13 14 20 21 27 28 'I he beet show at the Gem tonight Mrs. L. M. Robinson spent Wed nesday in Dallas. A b lu « - p e n c il o r o H m a r k on (hlo n o ll e * m * « n * t h a t y o u r •tib sorip * tlo n to T h a N e w * h a t a iip lr a d a n d n a a d a fla ln g D o It n o w . taa. Grandma Bcezley is unite ill. Gooseberries for mile, F. K Hub Sai. I 1 bard, Fulls City, Ore. Water rent must be paid at Mo- 8 Pberrou'a Pho Gallery. 15 Mrs. Bert Until is visiting her 22 daughter in Portland this seek. 29 Mrs. Alvin Uaiua goes to Eastern Oregon soon for an extended visit. G. M. Carson of Boise, Idaho wan stopping iu the city this week. Edison Phonographs Mrs. N. A. I.unde gets the 1915 Koid that is brought to City. Mrs. L. M. Robinson and Muusou were Salem visitors day. first Falls B. L. H ic k s , Pastor. FISHING SEASON OPEN We carry a complete line of F IS H IN G T A C K L E Fishing and Hunting License For Sale. We Oive " S C R I P " ‘A mile of Travel for a dollar in Trade -Cash J. C. T A L B O T T &, CO. M. E. Church Morning worship, Sermon— “ Re- luernber the week day to keep it H oly Evening, Theme: "Our Mothers.” Sunday is Mother’s Day through out the United States. Come to the evening service and get the special note to send to mother. M. A. M akcy , Pastor. Free Methodist Church Mrs. Fri Mr. and Mrs. T. D. H ollowell are spending a few days in Port land. $3U.OO Up Service on next Lord's Day at 11 a. m , and 7 :30 p. in. Bible School at 10 A. M. Morning: Thauje;— “ Mothers A theme f i r "Mothers D ay,” Junior Endeavor at 3 P. M. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 P. M. Evening: "A Precious Invitation.” A sermon for young people. A cordial invitatiou to everyone. Strangeis made welcome. Sunday School 1U;(X) A. M. Preaching 11:00 A M. Class meeting 1:00 P. M. Evening service 7:30. H . A. W a l t e r , Pastor. R. E. W illiams . M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols , President Vice-President Cashier Bank of Fails City ' F alls C i t y , P olk 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. -1-M l-1 I 1 I I 1-t-t IC E FOR SALE M m . Adelia 1>. Wade of L mh An- !! Mrs. A M. Yarsall of Dallas geles is a visitor in Falls City. spent the day in Falls C ity Wed Mrs. Wade was formerly well nesday. known in Oregon for her work \V. P. Lewis and wife and Mrs along all lilies o f interest to wo ■!■■! I I- I-H H -H H -H -H - H -1■!■ -I -!■ I ■ I ■ I■ 1 ■1-> M "I»M -H -I* A. M. Miller motored to Salem men; a pioneer club woman, she H -I -H -H I H -I-H -H organized many of the older clubs Thursday. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS in Oregon into the State Federa THE YOUNG MAN AND THE M A ID EN For Sale tion, having been for some years Consider the young man. He go- The following is a complete list the Oregon State Secretary of the Cow due to be fresh May 10. o f realty transfers recorded dar eth forth in the Morning and blow- General Federation of Woman's eth himself to Glad ilzbment. A. H. Benton. Clubs. Mrs. Wade was an active ing the week ending May 6th, And the Pants thereof are two Our ad on page three tells you worker in The Political Equality 1915, and reported to the News by cubits from the Ground. Sibley & Eakin, Abstracters, 515 how you may get $1 worth of ad League during the California Cam Court Street, Dallas, Oregon: He wrappeth his ankles in sox that paign for Suffrage, and has sent to are white as the L illy and as near vertising free. Oregon to assist tne women of this4 Russell Catlin and w ife to J.R. Silk as the Bazaar will sell for one Mrs. Malvin Cutler was viaiting Slate in their campaign, working Linn, Q. C. D. 3-8 interest in quarter o f a Shekel. her Bister, MrB. J. C. Peterson at with the Club women. Mrs. Wade 58.35 acres in M. P. Gilliam D. L Behold the Shirt. It hath cuffs ia in Falls City in the interest of that are Soft and Turneth Back. Dallas Monday. C. in Tp 8 s r 5 and 6 W. *1. the Women of Woodcraft, which, And his Nectie Shrieketh like unto Gus Anderson was slightly in she says, is also a work for women Chas. S. Wilcox and w ife to J. a 42-centimeter Shell. jured Monduy at the Kalis City and childien and the home. M. Phillips, G. N. Phillips and And his gloves are o f the Skin of Lumber Co., camp. Roas E. Phillips. W. D. 62 acres the Chamois. Yellow are the Gloves and the Stitching thereof is black. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Dodd speut in Elias Buell D. L. C. and N E i And he is Some Kid. Report ol the condition ol the Friduy visiting Cecil at Lewisville sec 8 and lot 6 and N i lot 9 sec 9 He weareth a lid o f Fuzz and the where she is teaching. all in T 6 s r 6 W. $3250. Bow thereof is cute and followeth on behind. R. A. Titus, Henry Brown, R. Bernard McCamish and w ife to at Kalla City. In the Bute of Oregon. *t \ ea, he looketh like one thousand the d ote of buthiCM. May 1st. 1915: Wonderly and W. F. Nichols went W alter J. Coy, W. D. Lot 6 Block shekels, but alas, all is not as it RESOURCES to Dallas Wednesday. 22, Improvement Co. Addition to seemeth. leoens ami discount.» IM.ftA 9 . 4 n For, behold, he meeteth at the Dallas. $10. Hoods and warrants jfi.Ul M Fresh Biead,Cakes,Cookies, Pies, Furniture, and fixtures 1.712.C0 apothecary's a Maiden with Eyes like and other bakery goods, every day Broadmeads Land Co. to Broad- the Gazelle and with Lashes o f Mid Due from batiks.(not reserve banks) 5.894.16 Due from approved reserve banks 5,16155 at the Falls City Bakery. mead Orchards Co. Deed, Lots 6 night. And the Maiden pretendeth 4 00 ('hecks and other cash items and 7 in Block 7 in Broadmead. that she hath but even now asked Frank Hayden told his home to Cash on hand 2 617 10 the Clerk of the Fountain to mix $1- George Luftus. Judge John Teal her a nut sundae. But she will suf $7ft, 420.06 T otal , Broadmeads Land Co to Broad fer the young man to blow her off bought the Clyde Munson place. L IA B IL IT IE S to one. 15.000 00 Capital stock paid in mead Orchards Co. Deeds, Lots Mr. Tilton of Ashland is visit And behold, when the Sundaes are 4,050 00 Burnlus Fund 8 and 9 in Block 7 in Broadmead gone the Way of all Things, the ing his daughter, Mrs. Clara Kui- Undivided profits, less expenses 110 93 and taxes paid Young Man tippeth the clerk a $1- uiltt and will in the futuie make Postal saving* bank deposits I Wink and passeth out gaily with the C. D. and Ethel L. Blanchard Maiden. Individual deposits subject to Ids home here. 45 M l ft* check to Elmer E. Dykstra and wife, 4AS00 Demand certificates of Deposit. Wanted— Horse to cultivate one And the Clerk is on. He knoweth nu no checks W. D. 3.22 acres in Claim No. 82, that the Young Man is broke. acre of potatoes. Have one acre Certified ft.Mft.40 Time and saving deposits And will the Young Man slip the T otal . . 675,420 as tp. 6 s r 6 W, $75. to pasture horse on. John Dunn Clerk the Twenty Pence? Yea, Even ) Stale of Oregon Bertha L. Sparks and hd. and so, as soon as his father's Pension on Mark tiiddel place. ' County of Polk, Zella 1. Butler and hd. to Willis Check arriveth. I, W. F Nlrhol», Csthler ol th« » b o v » G. B. Sexton of St. John’s will Humeri bunk. An nolemnly »wear that tbs Consider the Maiden, Lo, though R. Dyer, W. D. 50 acres in Claim help N. A. I,unde in the shop this shove itsteniMit I, true, to tbs best ol my the winds blow and chilleth, die No. 79 tp 6 s r 6 VV. $10. knowledge etui belief sutnmer. He is a man of 15 years weareth upon her feet Sandals that W. F. NICHOLS. Cashier Kingwood Park Co. to Mary are low and Hose that are Silk. experience in that line. Subierlberi and sworn to belore me this 5th day ol May ISIS. And the neck of her gown existeth Lincoln Macmillian, W. D. Lot 6 ¡|Mrs. E. Page and Mrs. G. Schulz (L SJ F. K HUBBARD. not. Yet she sweareth that she is as Block 18 and lot 2 in Block 20 in of Portland are visiting their Notary Public. Warm as Toast. C orrect- V I T howmok , Kingwood Park. $550. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip She goeth forth into the Highways Attest la * r M k h s u n u . J Director» E. G. W h its . and she carrieth a Party Box. Wagner and their sister, Mrs. D. And therein are many things where Toller this week. with to Kalsomine her Countenance. BU C K ROCK ITEMS LOST— Mully Jersey cow, med THE WEEK IN HISTORY Puffs there are and the skin o f the ium dark«color. had bell on when Chamois and many pigments, white May 6. Monday, 3.—Jamaica discovered, as the Lilies of Hebron and red as she left. Not g iv in g milk. W ill Mr. Cook is moving his house the Evening Skies over Jordan. 1494. First Medical school in pay for trouble. H. W. Harrison. hold goods to Lyle, Washington. America, 1765. She Maketh up where she listeth Pl.one 313. Mrs. O ’ Brien was a Falls City and careth not who observeth. R. A . T I T U S , Solti on small monthly pay ments. N ew records always stock. in THOMPSON, Drug Store. R. G. W h ite , Assistant Cashier PM,!rE Bank o f Falls City Mt. Hood Ice Cream, chocolate, straw iHTry and Lemon Flavors at Ellis’ . POULTRY BREEDER S C Brown leghorn«, Barred Rocha, Mottled Ancona*. English Penciled Indian Runner and Pure White Indian Runner Ducks. Eggs, Day-old Chicks and Ducklings. WM LEE, Falla City, Oregon. Try Our Ice Creams HARRINGTON D r. W . L . H o l l o w a y C H IR O P R A C T IC OF DALLAS, OKJS. Phone 822. ■H -t-M 1 I H -I-H -H '»4 I ¡G O M IT O Market Saturday May 8 from 2 o’clock to 5 o ’clock L. A. S. M. E. churoh in Selig's store. Some cooking for Sunday dinner. Before you buy a “ D ollar’ s Will be at the Falls C ity Hotel in this city Monday. Wedn esday and W orth” of material, let me show Friday o f each week f rom 9:00 you my new National Spring and A. M., to 1:25 P. M. Summer line of Silk Dress Goods All chronic and acute diseases Silk and Cotton Fabrics, Dresa treated. I f you are afflic ted with Linens, Embroidered Voiles, Org any ailment call and we w ill talk andies and Rice Cloths. Falls City Millinery Co. it over. Tuesday, 4. —Hay Market riot. Chicago, 1886. Wednesday, 5. —Napoleon abdict- ed throne, 1814. Thursday, 6. —Prussic acid discov ered, 1709. Robt. E. Oeary born, 1856. Friday, 7.—Diaz resigns as presi dent o f Mexico, 1911. Am eri can Bible society organized, in 1816. Saturday, 8.—Joan o f Arc trial, 1431. Peace of Bretigny, 1300. Sunday, 9.—Columbus started 4th voyage, 1502. John Brown born. 1800. visitor yesterday. And though her lips become as Pomegranates, yet she denieth that Mrs. Bullis is on the sick list. there is any color in the stuff. Mrs. Taylor and the younger With gaze of reproof she telleth childreu are visiting at Independ thee that it is as camphor ice and that it thinketh not. ence. And, Behold! She putteth it over Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Chilcott upon thee. drove to Dallas today. She goeth forth at night and she We understand Roy Baker is Tangoeth until the Dawn is on the improving and will eoon be able to Mountains and the Morning Breeze slirs the cedar3, and she is not a bit be home again. tired. But when her mother beggeth her B. F. Beezley of Neitport hac to go up into the market place for a been appointed U. 8. Surveyor and cubit of calico, Lo! She withereth is working in the National Forests upon the vine. of Oregon and Washington will* Wondrous are the ways of a Maid- headquarters at Portland. |en.— Ex.