THE FALLS CITY NEWS. MAY 29, 1916 f " * i SALEM, FALLS CITY 4 WESTERN Passenger Train Schedule Effective Oct. 4,1914 WOXTXOl' S ii am. am. Salem . . . 7:00 9 .4 .1 Dallas . . ■ H . i r , II.U7 Lulls t ' i t y . 8.60 1 1 .4 1 12:01 Bl'k Rock . S k 164 'X I ì t m u Tlit< best abow at the < Join tonight (¡ruminili Courier is improving. l» 7 161 p in . 3.26 . 5.00 5.35 | iW i**' pm. pm. 1.06 Bl'k Rock Falls City. 9.30 1.25 Dallas . . . 10.10 2.00 3.15 Salem . , . 1 1 . am. 5.40 0.40 1 7.45 A < k'li»«*», Au**f . i A ... C a le tta r—(Davi l o i s las. 2 9 16 23 30 Mas. T« m . Wed. Than. Fri. 3 10 17 24 31 4 It 18 25 6 7 13 14 20 21 27 28 5 12 19 26 U l. 1 8 15 22 29 Edison Phonographs $3 2.00 U p Sold on small monthly pay ments. * IRcvvsof jfallöCit^ New records always in stock. THOMPSON, Drug Store. KILLED BY LOG TRAIN J m s Russell, Engineer on* 10-Spot' Foil Under Runaway Train and Jolm Beozley of Baleni wax in Was Instantly Killed t< wo Kntutdav. Jess Russell, engineer on the Minx Vola Selig wax a I’ortlanil ! “ 10-Spot" fo r the Spaulding log vixilor la»t week, gin g company was Instantly kill Mrx. Pfandhoefcr of Salim wax ed Thursday afternoon at about a visitor hern Friday. 15 o ’clock on the railroad four I.oo Fry hnx gone to eastern i miles west o f Ulack Rock. Mr. Russell with the rest o f Idaho for tliu summer. Mrx. Parxons in visiting her the crew, started from the roll | way with five cars loaded with parents, Mr and Mra. Water«. logs. When they reached the re- Bis late on Bridge street. «120 gular stopping place, which was if sold noon. F. K. Hubbard. on a 8teep grade, the engineer Mix« KIU Mc-hrling ix home from pUt on the brakeB, but the wheels the Dalian hospital doing nice y. ,,f the engine and carsBlid on the Mix» Pearl Titus visited friend« rails. 1 he train was running at at Salem last Saturday and Hun- the rate o f forty miles an hour, . 3 and first one car and then another ' began to derail. The fireman, Arthur Vernal I wax visiting Wm. Lents jumped from the en- frieml« in Falls City Saturday and, Nine on the left side ° f t h e track unn.i-w and landed safely. The train had run a distance o f 100 yards Several of the Advent brethren w hen Russell leaped from the nr« attending the cauip meeting in engine on the right side o f the Portland. track. On the right side o f the . track is a high bank and when Mr». Esther Montgomery ha« re- M r RuB8e|| j 1)mped he landed on turned from a two week'« outing »t the bank and was overbalanced Springville. and fell backwark, his head was Mr«. W. A. Percy entertained severed from the body by the wheels o f the cars. The engine three of the school teacher« at «up went down the track fo r some per last wetk. distance and stopped, and was FOR R E N T — 7-room house with found to be under a full compres hath, 110 per month, äee Dohle sion o f steam. When the fireman, Wm. Lents at Barber Shop.” came up he found Russell lyin g Little Susie Estey »pent Salur by the side o f the rails and his day and Sunday in Dallas witli her head in the middle o f the track, teacher, Mi el Phillips. He ran to where the brakeman, Fresh Bread,Cakes,Cookie», P.es, 1 H. ’Vinmn was iand they re- and other bakery good», every day the accident to the super- ■ *"» Cit>' Mr. and Mrs. Clement of Colon, Mich., are vieiting at the home of their «on, G. O Clement. Elder W. A. Walter left Friday morning for Woodburn to Attend uuarierly meeting at that place. A. F. Courier left on Wednesday morning for Montana where he goes with a view o f taking a homestead. Mrs. Averill who spent the win ter with her sister, Mrs. Chamber lain lias returned to her home in Brownsville. The piston of the steam lift of the edger at the m ill broke Thurs day. The mill strut down for the day for repairs. G. O. Clement went to Portland Friday in meet his father and mother of Michigan who are on their way lo attend the Exposition in Han Francisco. The gamo of hall scheduled for lant Sunday at the park In^tween the Salem Motor C ycle Club ami the Falls City team was called off on account of rain. 3 ‘" u e M y was taken np and brought to this city on a flatcar. The coroner R. L. Champman o f Dallas was notified and came im- m ediately and held an inquest over the body at the depot. A verdict was not arrived at that " ¡ » f t and the body WM taken to Dallas in an ambulance. The deceased had been an en gineer fo r many years and had worked in different camps until coming to Black Rock about fii- teen years ago- H e was an effic ient engineman and Lad had sev eral runaways at this identical place, but had always stayed with the engine, In one o f the runaways the engine turned over with him, but he escaped injury. Years ago his brother was killed over on the B ig Luckiamute by a fallin g tree, Mr. Russell was unmarried and leaves a father and mother and several brothers to mourn his loss, ,+ '* ' * 1 Met With Serious Accident FISHING SEASON OPEN We carry a complete line of FISHING T A C K L E Fishing and Hunting License For Sale. Get an Electric mixed milk drink at in a very sloppy condition. Ellis’ , it tastes differnt. Mrs. H. C. Brown left Thursday morning for Presque Isle, Maine where she was called on account of the serious illness of her father, Donald McEacheion. Mr. Brown accompanied her as far as Salem, The Oregonian is authority for thestatem entth.it F. J. Hteveiw has opened a goat dairy at Port- laud for the purposo of furnishing milk for bihies. The ‘ 'storks" mnst be flving rather low in that vicinity. ’ . . . Irving Matthews has made a proposition to the city counci to withdraw nil opposition to the right of way along the footbridge CANDY, Pure and Fresh, at across the Luckiamute in consider- HARRINGTON ation of $150 and the city paying all accrued costs in the suit >Y Dr. W . L. H o llo w a y C H IR O P R A C T IC OF DALLAS, ORB. Phone 822. WILL BE AT FALLS CITY HOTEL ALL DAY MONDAY. WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY EACH WEEK A ll chronic and acute diseases treated. I f you are afflicted with any ailment call and w e w ill talk it over. NONCE All dog tax must be paid im mediately. P at M urphy , City Marshal. bevel gears that runs the rolls that carries the lumber to the re saw. He and another boy w ere scuffling and Ouderkirk in an ef- fort to brace himself grasped at the housing about the gear, but got his hand too fa r under and the cogs caught his fingers draw- ing his hand and arm into its cruel jaws. The machinery was stop- P®d as soon as possible but it could not be backed up and it was neces- sary to take the machinery apart before he could be released. He was taken to the hospital at Dallas immediately where his arm was amputated just below the elbow, He is getting along very nicely at ^ me i .' , ., . * e i ... ^ ecl, .1S, the ,e. ^eSi Ouderkirk and is about 19 years t old. Bfiore you buy a Do h i ^ [ I t is.denied that he was wrest- W orth” of material, let me show ling at the time o f the accident, you my new National Spring and The above is as told to us. — Ed.] Summer line o f Silk Dress Goods, * *** * ’ Silk and Cotton Fabrics, Dress Dr. Lowe says that price does not _ , ., . „ mean value. The price of glasses Linen«, Embroidered Voiles, rg- give8 title to them only. Glasses, andies and Rice Cloths. without knowledge and service back Falls City Millinery Co. cf them, are worth only the cost of W hy be bothered with two raw material. Your eyes are worth ^ pairs of glasses? Call at more money than most of us pos- 1 , , , , sess. W hy take chances: Service Falls City Hotel. \\ ednesday.June come8 firgt wjth him. His more 2, and have Dr. Lowe show you the than 23 years experience makes new glasses with which you can him a safe man for you to consult, see all distances. He guarantees He will be in Falls City Wednes- ... . . .• i June 2. Consult him, all Ilia glasses to satisfy, whether i ______t t t t _ ______ they cost $2 or more. Scores of j Mrs. Chapin and daughter Mil- Polk County references. dred were Dallas visitors Friday. IB WE CTOSE AT 8:30 O'CLOCK P. M , EXCEPT SATURDAYS. J. C. T A L B O T T A, CO. R. E. W illiam s , M. L. T hompson . W. F. N ichols , President Vice-President R .G . W hite , Assistant Cashier Cashier Bank o f Falls City P alls C it y , P olk C ounty . O kboon Does a General Banking Business. In terest Paid on Tim e Deposits. Exchange sold on al! points in the U nited States. N otary Public officially connected w ith the Bank. Memorial Services Commencement Exercises There will he special Memorial Services at the Christian church on next Lord's Day at 11 A. M. Theme— ‘ ‘Our Heroic Deed.” Members of the G. A. R., and all others are cordially Invited to at tend. B. L. H icks , Pastor. The year’s work in the Falls City school will close Friday Digbt June 3, with the graduating exer cises at Wagner’s H all commenc ing at 8:00 o’clock. An address will be given by M. S. Pittman. These exercises w ill be followed by a comedy, “ The Senior.” A d mission 15 and 25 cents. The Baccalaureate sermon will be preached Sunday night, May 30 at 8:00 o’clock by Rev. M. A. Marcy. Free Methodist Church Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Preaching 11:00 A. M. Class meeting 12:00 P. M. Evening service 8:00. H. A. W alter , Pastor. Graduating Class Conrad Cockerline, Edith John son, Mildred Chapin, Hanvey Deal, Loraine H aley, Fay W ells, Helen NOTICE Treat, K aty Barnhart, Geneva Dr. W. L. Holloway will l.e at Sayer, May Hanson, Lester Bow the Falls City Hotel all day Mon day, Wednesday and Friday o f man, Winfield Johnson, Geo. Otte, each week. Elvin Snider. The following teachers and em ployees have been selected: O. Elle, Oakdale Items. manual training; Mildred Hall, domestic art and sciences; Edith School closed May 14; did not Johnston has been selected to fill haie any graduating exercises as the position formerly occupied by the graduates expect to go to Rick- Miss Ella Mehrling. H. BedieDt, janitor. reall to receive thtir diplomas. The rain has been a great help to the farmers but we will be glad to see 3ome sunshine again. Mrs. Travis spent the past two week's with her daughter, Mrs. Barnhart and family. Mrs. McDonald is on the sick ('has. Hartung and Robert Tuesday afternoon shortly be list. ll. rock morton motored to or - . fore w histle blew fo r quitting Vernon Murphy has the mumps. land Sunday, returning Tuesday L jme Cecil Ouderkirk got his left evening. I hey found the roads ^ an(J arm crushed in the Lambert Moffett visited his r \m % father a short time ago. Miss Edith Barnhart is at home helping with the spring work. B U C K ROCK ITEMS May 27. A Social Affair The Women of Woodcraft were entertained at the home of Mrs. I. G. Singleton Wednesday after noon. From three to five o’clock. A large crowd of ladies were pres ent, among them Mrs. Wade of Portland. Refreshments were serv ed and the time wa9 spent with music and readings. A delightful time was had by all present. The ladies departed at five o’clock thanking their hostess for a pleasant afternoon. Mrs. Single ton is a charming lady and enter tains her friends with the same manner. Her beautiful home was decorated with roses and maiden hair ferns. W hile her life is a very busy one, she always finds time to be pleasant to her friends and give them a good hearty wel come. Quite a serious accident happen ed to Berl O'Brien last Thursday He was working at Balderee’s and Outclassed full on an ax, cutting off the first The C ottage G rove Sentinel finger on his left hand. He wert boasts o f a Jersey cow in that to the hospital at Dallas. bailwick that gives 24 pounds o f Gertie Gibson left for Scio last milk per day that tests 8% never goin g below 6%. Th e test o f 8% Saturday for a month’s visit. is good but the yield in quantity Mrs. Ellis of Balderee's camp is poor. There are plenty o f was taken with an attack of appen cows in this part o f the moral dicitis Monday night. She was vineyard that will test 6% and taken to the hospital at Dallas upward and 32 to 38 pounds per day which outclasses in yield o f Tuesday. butter fa t even a i a low er test. When you want the real thing come to Falls City. Emmitt-Skeels Wedding Mrs. Clara Em m itt and Mr. S. R. Skeels w ere m arried Thurs day o f last week at Salem by the Rev. Mr. F. T. P o rter o f the F irst Christian Church. Mrs. Skeels has lived in Falls C ity fo r the past 15 years. Mr. Skeels has been a citizen o f this city and vicinity fo r many years and has taught school fo r a number o f years and is at the present tim e engaged in the real estate business. - XV. - A . i LOST Lost a gray mare, weight about 900-pounds, last heard of about 8 miles out on valley road; piece of sack tied to right front foot. Please notify T. C. Thomas, Rocca, Or. Henry Kneebone got into an al tercation with his gasolene eDgine Thursday and got his left hand considerably skinned up. He was lucky to lose no fingers.