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rSALtM, FALLS CITY & WESTERN
I’anacngcr Train Schedule
Effective Oct. 4,1914
W K*TIW*I!N|* am.
Salem . . . 7:0»> 9.45
1 lallus. . . 8.15 11.07
Fall «City. 8.50 11.41
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Falla City. 9.30 1.26
Dallas . . . 10.10 2.<K)
Salem . . . 11 25 3.15
' THE FALLS CITY NEWS. JIJNEÄ, 1015
KILLED BY FALLING TREE
Ilk w s o f
T he bust show at the Gem tonight Lambert Sheppard Fatally Injured
Mr Dorman went to Buh-m for While Worhlnf In Log Woode
a few days.
We carry a complete line of
Ib'it DonuD o f Sabin
G ilbert Sheppard, a cutter in
employ of the Falls City Lum
N. Helig and family motored to the
F IS H IN G T A C K L E
Co. working at the Powell
was struck by a falling
Fishing and hunting License For Sale.
There will lm a Farmer’» Picnic Camp,
at Shady Lane June 19.
WE CTOSE AT 6 30 0 CLOCK P. M ., EXCEPT SATUROAYS.
near quitting time and Sheppard
had said to his fellow workman,
A C I'littSM, AUIHT
in Falls City Thursday.
“we will cut this tree and then
J. C. T A L B O T T &. C O
I,ester Durnhart is home from go home.” The tree was cut and
his school for the summer.
fell among some smaller trees
Calcinar— June 1015
one off and throwing it
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
isu. Nus. Tsts. Wc4. Than. Fri. Sal. Harrington, a boy, June 2.
back near the stump behind which
. 1 2 3 4 5 Drug store w ill close at 8 o’clock Sheppard had taken refuge, strik
R. E. W illiams , M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols , R. G.W hite ,
ing him across the side of the
10 li 12 except Saturday and payday.
6 7 8
Cashier Assistant Cashier
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Ft bet Sliow >f Portland visited
20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Margnatlie Dorman over Sunday.
to Dallas to be placed in
Mrs. Travis and Miss Edith mobile
27 28 29 30
died just as they
Bnruhart were in Dallas this week. arrived within but that
F a lls C it y , P o lk C o u n t y . O rego n
Mrs liarry Dempsey of Rickreal He leaves a wife and five chil
Does a General Banking Business. Interest Paid on Time
is visiting. Mr. and Mrs. O. Aur- dren, the oldest a girl of 12 years.
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
The funeral has not been arrang
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
Miss Stella Fleming and Erimn ed at this time.
Carey of Salem were visiting here
Mrs. Vina Aldridge Dead
For Sale Second hand folding Mrs. Vina Aldridge, wife of C. H. HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES
bad, setle and lounge. Inquire at Aldridge died ut_her home in Falls
City, May 28, at the age of 42
PUT ON EXCELLENT PLAY
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. O'Brian and years. 3 mouths and 9 days. She
High School graduates put on a three act comedy at the
son Frank of Black Rock were in is survived by a husband and five , Wagner The Hall
Thursday night entitled “The Senior.” The house
children, George. Arthur, Mabel,
T A K E A K O DAK W ITH town Tuesday.
by patrons of the school and others having the wel
Allie and Hazel, also a father aud
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Nichols at mother,
at heart. The school orchestra furnished ex
and Mrs. Nelson
Your vacation no matter where tended the Decoration Services at Morey of Mr.
performer played his or .her part in a very
Huquiam, Wash., aud
you go will be doubly pleasant if Dallas Sunday.
manner there being neither hitch nor
four brothers aud a sister, three of
you Kodnk. Then too the little Mrs 8. 11. Tetiierow, Chas. 11 uh- her
different scenes were well arranged
brothers and her sister have
picture made so easily will show liuid and F. K. Hubbard motored
the performers admirably selected.
been here for tl.e past two weeks.
the homefolks the splendid times to Corvalis Friday.
a success and the audience weH-
The deceased was born in Au
FOR RENT—7-room house with rora, III., Feb. 19, 1873. Funeral pleased. The cast was as follows:
hath, $10 per month. See Bohle services were held at the Christian Gordon Wainwright............................... ............................ Elvin Snider
KODAKS $« to $00
at Barber Shop.”
church buuday afternoon, Rev.
Senior of Lakeville University, not “in society.”
Miss Edith Myers came in fiotn B. L. Hicks officiating. The body “Perry” A Spencer..........................................................
BROWNIES $1 to $12
Oretown Friday to visit her wae shipped to Dallas Sunday and Pug’’ Collins................................ ..................................... Mae Hanson
embalmed and later will be taken Nick Meade .....................................................................Hanvey Deal
J * mother,
Fresh Bread,Cakes,Cookies, Ties, to Huquiam, Wash , for interment.
Seniors who regard themselves as “in society”
and other bakery goods, every day
“Tommy” Thompson........................................................ Morris Selig
at the Falls City Bakery.
Baseball star, and a Sophomore Champion debater
Ex-Sheriff John Grant and other “Dub” Duffield,
Fred Hull, a tramp pool player nimrods
(Champion debater)...................... Mildred Chapin
of Dallas passed through Beane. (A Freshman,
who looks the part)..........Conrad Cockerline
gave an exhibition of crack shots the city Thursday.
Eleanor Forbes, (A popular girl)................................. Edith Johnson
in pool playiug Monday’ night.
Mrs. Lee. (Eleanor’s aunt and an aristocrat).............. Helen Treat
Ardee Powell aud wife and baby Violet,
Chas. Dill, master mechanic for of Scio
helpful sort of person).............................. Mary Whitman
here visiting his sister, j Gertrude (A Spencer,
the Falls City I.umber Co., has Mrs. O. were
(Spencer’s sister)................................. Fay Wells
S. Hutchinson and Mrs.! Miss Jones, (A Lakeville
girl) ................................... Katie Barnhart
gone to l asteru Oregon to recuper
............................... Loraine Hailey
Mrs. N. J. Hubbard and Mrs. Thursday to consult an eye spec-; Jean, chauffer
Mike, a lunch hustler
Laura Me Beth of Colfax, Wash , ialist
in regards to one of her eyes |
are here this week visiting le- that was
A Near Fire
the residents The council met in regular ses
Dr. Emil Kirchgessner, the new w h s here the first of the week visit of tne town afternoon
startled by the sion Tuesday night. The minutes
physician and surgeon has moved ing his daughter. Mrs. Marion I blowing of the were
at the of the last session were read and
into the late Dr. Pfandhoefer res Buell. His gianddaughter return mill. Half of the of whistle
people approved. There was nothing
of the ordinary that came up
Get an Electric mixed milk drink at Mr. and Mis. W. T. Grier are Charlie Olts who drives Ihe Lum- gation, but the blaze was extin out
the meeting was a quiet af
spending a few days in Portland ber Co’s., team is off this week with guished before they got there. The
Ellis', it tastes differnt.
The usual number of bills
visiting, Mrs. Griei's mother, Mrs. a sprained ankle. In jumping off tire was discovered ou the roof of
the dry kiln, it is supposed by a Judge Teal through
one of the
Wanted—20* to 80 acres of land, such manner as to sprain it badly. spark from the burner igniting the councilmen asked permission
with or without improvements. Before you buy a “Dollar's half burnt sawdust that was on cut down three trees that ob
Must he good soil and price reason Worth’’ of material, let me show rapid headway when discovered by structed the view of hi3 home.
able. F. Droege, Falls City, Ore. you
the mill n.eo and was promptly On motion and seconded the re
my new Natioual Spring and quenched.
School closed at Black Rock Summer
quest was granted providing that
of Silk Dress Goods,
Friday May 28. A program was Silk and line
the trees and limbs were dispos
rendered after which lunch was Linens, Embroidered Voiles, Org
of satisfactorially, all of which
Card of Thanks
served by the ladies. The exercises andies and Rice Cloths.
We wish to thank our many do. Judge had already agreed to
were well attended.
Falls City Millinery Co. friends
for the kindness and sym
Mrs. G. Hubbard and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Selig, Mrs. Chap pathy they
shown in the The mayor instructed the health
of Colfax, Wash , are visiting re pel, Mrs. Geo. March and Miss death of our have
beloved sister and and police committee to make in
latives, Hubbard’s, Tetherow and Hammond attended the piano re wife and mother,
Try Our Soda Water.
Mrs. Vina Al vestigation as to the dumping of
Ford’s for a few days.
garbage along the banks ot the
citals of Mrs. Bicknell in Dallas dridge.
Luckiamute and have a warrant
Grandma Rusk of Dallas visited
for the guilty parties.
Mrs. W. A. Persey and Mrs. 8. H
Dr. W . L. H o l l o w a y
C. H. Aldridge and chi'dren, Another
Tetherow the first of the week, le-
Mathews was read-
OF DALLAS, ORE.
that he would
Miss Rose Flint who has been in Tuesday. Mr. Vick says that
WILL BE AT FALLS CITY HOTEL Salem all winter visited her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Flint over Sunday. the two canning factories there
Mr. and Mrs. Perkins,
ay off the costs of the suit and
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY AND
She returned by way of Portland have started up, giving employ
Mrs. Maud Boomsliter.
150. After thoroughly discuss
FRIDAY EACH WEEK
to attend (he cam p meeting.
ing the matter it was decided
ment to several hundred men and
All chronic and acute diseases Mr. and Mrs. Hy Riedesel of j that fruit by the wagon loads are
that it would be cheaper perhaps,
to accept his proposition and
treated. If you are afflicted with Cathay, North Dak , and Mrs. being hauled in from over the Dr W. L. Holloway
any ailment call and we will talk Marie Robinson and Mrs. Martha Portland and the Silverton roads. the Falla City Hotel all day Mon avoid
was offered and
Gathrop of Aumsville visited at
day, Wednesday and Friday of adopted transferring
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Win.
Free Methodist Church
Mrs. S. E. Newkirk (nee Jessie Bohle this week. Mrs. liiedsel is a Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Work at the rock crusher has An ordinance for the preserva
Pugh) writes from Grass Valley, sister of Mr. Bohle and Mrs. Preaching 11:00 A. M.
been suspended for a few days on tion of trees, shrubs, flowers and
Ore., that they are the proud Robinson and Mrs. Gathrop are Class meeting 12:00 P. M.
account of the engine breaking other plants was presented and
parents of a son, born May 26. nieces. Mr. Riedsel is looking for j Evening service 8:00.
H. A. W a l t e r , Paslor. down.
Mother and child doing well.
FISHING SEASON OPEN
Bank of Falls City
Drug Store. *