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Free Methodist Church
SALEM, FALLS CITY A WESTERN
Paaaenger Truin Schedule
Effective Oct. 4.1014
fü r ”
m 1*1 im if Nil
Salem . . . 7:00 !M5
1 Ialina . . . N. in 11.07
Fallal 'it y . 8.50 11.41
HI’ k Rock.
R. A«t MIH NU
Falla City. 9.30 1.25
lIulluM . . . KUO 2.00
Salem . . . 11.25 3.15
'I ho best show ut thu ( ieui tonight
Mrs J. It. Moyer went to Salem
John Hughes was in Dallas the
first of the week.
at tnis time.
is quite sick
tV. A. Peraey was in Salem last
week ¿m business.
Walter L. Tooze, Jr., Luwyer,
Mr. and Mrs. W. Brown
Dallas visitors this week.
Sunday School 10:0<> A. M.
Preaching 11:00 A. M.
Clan» meeting 12:00 P. M.
Evening service >»:00.
H. A. W a i . ticm , Pastor.
Service on next Lord’s Day at
11 a. in , and 7:30 p. m.
Bible School at 10 A. M.
Junior Endeavor at 3 P. M.
Christian Endeavor at 7 P. M.
Evening services 8 P. M.
A cordial invitation to everyone.
Strangeis made welcome.
KODAKS $6 to $00
BROWNIES $1 to |)2
Clarence Corder has ordered a
1915 model fi-speed motorcycle.
Milk Cow For Sale— Inquire of
O. It. Hudson.
Mrs. Charlie Norris of M ill 2
visited friends in town this week.
E. 0. White, W. T. Grier and
son Wynn were in Salem Friday.
Mrs. J. O. Chambeilain has gone
to eastern Oregon to visit her son.
OP DALLAS, ORE.
W I L L HE A T F A L L S C IT Y H O T E L
A L L DAY
M O ND AY, W E D N E S D A Y A N D
F R ID A Y EAC H W E E K
A ll chronic and acute diseases
treated. I f you are afflicted with
any ailment call and w e. will talk
R H E U M A TIC
GIVEN QUICK RELIEF
Pain leaves almost
as if by magic when
you begin using "5-
Props," the famous old
remedy for Rheuma
tism, Lumbago, Gout,
Sciatica, N e u r a lg ia
and kindred troubles.
It goes right to the
spot, stops the aches
and pains and makes
life worth living. Gel
a bottle of *'5-Drops"
today. A booklet with
each bottle gives full
d ir e c tio n s for use.
Don't delay. Demand
| cept anything else in
place of it. A n y drug
gist can supply you. I f you live too far
fr >m a drug store send One Dollar to
Swanson Rheumatic Cure Co , Newark,
Ohio, and a bottle of "6-Drops” w ill be
Fishing and Hunting License For Sale.
WE CTOSI AT 6:30 O'CLOCK P M , EXCEPT SATURDATS.
J. C. TALBOTT &, CO.
R. E. W i l l i a m s , M. L. T h o m p s o n , W. F. N i c h o l s ,
R. G. W h i t e ,
Cashier Assistant Cashier
Bank of Falls City
F alls C it
Am ong a number of prisoners
paroled by Governor Withycombe
last Saturday w as Roy Hilligas
who together with his brother
Floyd w ere arrested the 9th of
June 1914 for burglarizing the
home o f Mr. Allen on the old
Grooms place near this city. A t
the August term o f court Roy
pleaded guilty and received an in
termediate sentence of from one
to seven years. He will not be
released, however, until employ
ment is secured for him.
, P o lk C o u n t y . O keqon
Does a General Banking Business.
Interest Paid on Tim e
Exch an ge sold on all points in the United States.
N o ta ry Public officially connected with the Bank.
Oscar Ritsu of Portland is here
SHOOTS WIFE’S PARAMOUR
on business. He is connected with
the Great Western Lumber Co., of
J. B. Auten. Retired Hardware Dealer,
George M iller who is fire warden
in tho Falls City Lumber Co’s.,
logging district reports that he has
been kept warm fighting fire, but
has it under control.
(J. P. Laue went to Black Rock
Tuesday to work in the Balderee
Gave Surprise Shower
A surprise shower was given Mist
W e see a good many people from
C. J. Bradley left Tuesday for I. V. D eW itt Friday evening of Falls City in Black Rock bunting
Washington to work in the harvest Isst week by her sister. Mrs. I. G. work. The Falls City m ill shut
.Singleton at her home near the down, but Black Rock still has a
Christian church. The party was good substantial payroll and there
Mrs. Chapin and daughter Eva Kjven ln honor Qf Mias D eW itt’s
are lots o f worse places than Black
were visiting friends at Dallas last approaching marriage August ist Rock.
' to Mr. Guy Lewis of this city. Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd Seymour, invited
Miss Ida Carruthers who has guaiU
guests, w enl in their aul0 to the
been visiting iu Dallas has return- t)ome 0f Miss DeW itt and told her
that her sister wished to see her. i Mr. McDonald is binding grain
Mrs. Tl.omp.on and son Hal When they arrived at the house a for his neighbors.
. . pan of roses was gtrewu along the
Mr. and Mrs. George K in g ate
were in 1 ortland(the latter part o
a nd steps o f the houae, and
„he asked the reason for it. When spending the week with Mrs. King's
it their l he guest chamber was entered, parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Barn
The m ill company
l_u/ ned on, a,,d |h hart.
horses to the pasture Monday tl,e
voices of about fifty guests greeted
Warreu W right and wife have
A number of Falls City people were given to the hride-to-be. A ll returned to their home in St. Johns
after a weeks visit with his parents.
went to Salem Thursday to see the reported a pleasant time.
R. Paul and family attended the
Swiss Style Milk Chocolates. The
best money can buy at Ellis Confect. C. M. B. State Convention at Tur
C H IR O P R A C T IC
D r. W . L . H o l l o w a y
We carry a complete line of
Mrs. C. L. Hopkins and Heleu
went to Dallas Thursday.
Your vacation no matter where
you go will be doubly pleasant if
you Kodak. Then too the little
picture made ao easily will show
the homefolks the splendid times
FISHING SEASON OPEN
B. L. H i c k s , Pastor.
Quarterly meeting at the Free
For Sale— Cook stoove, garden
Methodist church commenced yes
tools, etc. C. S. O'Brien.
terday and will continue over Sun- ‘
and wife were
day. Rev. Coffee is in charge.
Salem visitors Thursday,
TAKE A KODAK WITH
TM FALLI Cttt m i . JtîLŸ It,
BLACK ROCK ITEMS
Miss K atie Barnhart attended
the lecture delivered by Dr. P. P.
Claxton at Monmouth July 14th.
The Oakdale people had a picnic
Wm. W hyte was iu Falls City on dinner near the school house on
Born to Mr. and Mrs. W alter
the Fourth of July.
Tice, July 14, a son. His name is business Saturday.
Miss Caroline Goheke is visitiug
Miss Ruby Crowley.
W e have sent out quite a num
Lost— Ladies Gold
ber of statements to subscribers
watch. Liberal reward to finder,
who are in the arrears, and are
1 Saturday on business.
return to W. M. Black.
pleased to say that a great number
A. G. Fisher was a business vis have responded. However, there
Fresh Bread,Cakes,Cookies, Pies,
itor in Dallas Saturday.
are some who from some reason
and other bakery goods, every day
Carl Gerlinger of Dallas was in have not. It is just as necessary
at the Falls City Bakery.
for the publisher to collect sub
i Black Rock on business.
Miss Sybil Wilson spent a few
scriptions due as it is for the
The logging camps are rather laborer to collect pay for his labor.
days with Helen Treat at the Moo-
j mouth Normal this week
slow in gettiug started up agaiu.
| Some have said: “ Mr. Lee did not
Mrs. J. M. Cleveland and two
Mrs. Dale o f Baker, Oregon is charge me anything for the paper
daughters are down from camp visiting i.er nephew, P. McGowen. when he was running it.”
visiting her son Clem Cleveland.
Charley Wallace of near Dallas what Mr. Lee did while he had
C. M. Olts and Bob Bennett was visiting in Black Rock Tues- charge of the paper is a matter of
which we have no concern. But
were out enjoying the mountain day.
we expect to make a living and
scenery Wednesday and Thursday.
0 u y Francia and family are
pay our bills from the proceeds of
A lb e r t , the 2-year old son of Mrs moving down from
Spauldings the paper, and if we should send
Gus Larson fell upon an ax Mon- camp.
the paper free it would uot be long
! day and cut his hand quite serious-
S. A. Burkhart from Spaulding until our groceryman and dry
camp moved his fam ily to Newport goods man would be inquiring
about their pay. Don’ t net the idea
Mrs. G. A. Roberts and two sons this week.
i into your head that the News is
Herschel and Louis of Portland
Grant Holt of the Spaulding Co.
visited her sister, Mrs. I. G. Single- is in Black Rock on business for being conducted mi such a plan
under the present management,
j We expect to pay our bills and
Mrs. Grace Hanson left Thurs
The woods around here is full of expect the other fellow to do like
d a y for a week's visit with her
mother and brother at Estacada. berry pickers. W ild blackberries
are At their best now.
Arch Krebbs and wife left Fri
The Sunday School was well at-
Claude Graham and Hanvey
day for Oregon City where Mr.
Deal left last week for ea stern t,enJp<l l»* t Sunday and Falls City Krebbs expects to get work.
Oregon to work in the harvest wag
Otto Elkins and Leonard Frink
Mrs. Parish and fam ily o f Cor-
have gone to Washington to look
Mrs. Warren Ward and fam ily ™ “ i?
V\B“ in“ h,er,S
. * 9 *'* ter'
for work iu the harvest fields.
who have been visiting Mrs. W ard’s W ' C- B o l l » the first of the week.
C. M. Munson and fam ily and
sister at Nortons returned home
Miss Gladys Ridenour is at home
M. Robinson aud fam ily are
again after an exteuded trip to
There was another disturbance
a few weeks at the coast.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis and Mr. and | P * 11“ where *he ha< been viaitiu*
on the streets Saturday night.
There is trouble brewing that will Mrs. George March have
Miss Grace Harrison celebrated
undoubtedly he serious if wiser Rock w a y -ou a visit for three
The Tackey dance given bj
iy the her 13th birthday by giving a
heads do not interfere and prevent four weeks.
Black Rock Orchestra was well at- party to her little friends. Those
it. I t appears that men who
Some of the “ high jinks” repre- tended aud all reported a good present were: Mary Bennett, Elyn
should know, and do better are I
senting the lumber company were time. Mrs. George Nichols receiv and Eva Hoffman, Veva and
backing it up and aggravating it.
in town this week. They took a ed the Dadies prize and Shorty Francis Flint, Harold, Howard and
Better cut it out, before there is a look at the logging camps aud Johnson, the gentlem an’s prize, W illard
Harrison, Cleo Dood,
Pumps Five Bullets Into Roy
Curtis, Then Dives Him
self Up to Sheriff,
Lakeview, O r., July 13.— J. B.
Auten, a retired h ard w are dealer
o f this place, shot and instantly
killed Roy Curtis and tonight sur
rendered to the authorities. Mrs.
Auten had left the house just a
short time previously and had
gone to the house of a neighbor
w here Mr. Curtis w a s staying.
Mr. Auten followed her into Cur
tis’ room w here he found her seat
ed on Curtis’ *ap, and fired at
Curtis five times with a 44-caliber
Colt’s revolver. A ft e r committing
the tragedy Auten gave himself
up to the sheriff and he is now in
the Lake county jail aw aitin g the
action o f the county officials.
Wants County to Pay
The county court has received,
through an attorney o f Chicago, a
demand for ten per cent royality
on all the re-inforced concrete
bridges in Polk county. The Chic
ago attorney claims that his client
is the inventor and patentee of the
process used in the construction
of these bridges. The largest
bridge o f this kind in the county
is the one at Independence, which
cost about $5,000, but there are
numerous small ones, which would
make the commissions, if allowed,
run into several thousand dollars.
The court has taken the claim
under advisem ent— Itemizer.
Serves Him Right
Judge H. H. Belt says they can
legislate him out o f holding court
in Tillamook county, but they can't
legislate him out o f coming over
to this county to recuperate and
enjoy his usual fishing outings. It
is. however, reported that the
ju dge w as legislated out of fishing
on one occasion, when the boys
were yanking out the speckled
beauties from the river and he
w a s about to do the same and he
found that he had left his license
in the pocket o f another coat.
The snap shot man don’t think
that even a judge would resist
that kind o f a temptation, for it
would only have been a technical
error had he yanked out some fine
fish, also.—Tillamook Headlight.
The ju dge should know better
than to own tw o coats.
Elder B. L. Hicks returned
Wednesday fretn Turner where h«
attended the State Convention of
the C. M. B., and reports a splen
Mr. and Mrs. Cox of Independ
ence who have been visitiug Mr.
and Mrs. George March have re
turned to their home. Mrs. Cox
was formerly Leda March of this
George Hislop and wife of De-
corah, Iowa who have been visit
ing their daughter, Mrs. Oren
Syren, during the past three weeks
left Sunday afternoon for Portland
to visit a son.