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THE FALLS CITY NEWS. JU L Y »1, 1015
SALEM, FALLS CITY & WESTERN
Passenger Train Schedule
Effective Oct. 4.1014
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tin w iiiK i)
Salem . . . 7:00 9.45
Dalla*. . . 8.15 11.07
Falls City. 8.50 11.41
Free Methodist Church
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Preaching 11 :00 A. M.
Class meeting 12:00 P. M.
Kveiling service 8:00.
If. A. W a i . tkk , Pastor.
Tho best show at the < Jem tonight
Mrs. Ilennclt w h h a Dallas vie-
YOUR HOUSE, WE MEAN,
I*. J. Shepherd returned from
Service on next Lord’s Day at
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Rassmusser and Lowe Brothers Paints
11 a. in , and 7:30 |>. m.
Will beautify and preserve your buildings.
Bible School at 10 A. M.
T. West visit'd Ins daughter
Fai Is City. 9 .:« ) 1.25
Junior Endeavor at 3 p. M.
0.40 in Salem Tuesday.
Dalla«. . . 10.10 2.00
Salem . . . 11.25 3.15
Christian Kndeavor at 7 P. M.
Mr*. Gibaou of Black Kook was
A < COW K M , AUENT
Kvtming service« 8 P. M.
in the city Tuesday.
A cordial invitation to everyone.
Fred lielcber oi Portland wan in Strangeis made welcome.
Falls City Tuesday.
B. L. H icks , Pastor.
\Y. P. Lewis was up from Dallas
;tbe first of the week.
M. E. Church
Mr. Turpin of Black Itock was
R. E. W illiams . M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols . R. G. W hite .
Morning service appropriate to
Cashier Assistant Cashier
in the city Tuesday.
Grandmother’s Day. Decorations
(¿uite a number are going out on by the Primary department.
Kpworth League at seven-ten.
evening worship at eight.
W. A. Persey was in Salem on
F alls C it y , P olk C odnty . O regon
cordially invited to at
businers the tiret of the week.
Does a General Banking Business. Interest Paid on Time
Mr. and Mrs. George March re- tend.
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
take a kodak with turned from the coast Sunday
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
Joe Gnliain went to Salem Tues
WOOD CUT ON SHARES
Wood to lie cut on the shares.
Your vacation no matter where day to attend the camp meeting.
you go will be doubly pleasant if
Mrs. \V. T. Greer spent Tuesday Enquire of Mrs. Frank Butler. 2t
you Kodak. Then too the little with Mrs. Geo. Gerlingor of Dallas.
Change of Water Dates
Sarah Elizabeth Bttzlty
picture made bo easily will show
C. M. Oils and \Y. M. Black are
Water Board met and decid
Was born February 14, 1843,
the hoinefolks the splendid timeB
Fine picked peaches from C. M.
working at the saw mill at Black
ed to change the time for irriga
LuFollettV Wheatland Fruit Farm, in Wayne County. Indiana.
tion as follows; On south side
In her 12th year, with her fa-
fresh every day at 60-cents a box.
Mrs. Ole Kile and children left Will lie in town until September ther s family, she moved to Monday’s, Wednesday’s and Tues
KODAKS $0 to $00
day's and on north side Tuesday’s.
Wednesday for Portlaud to visit
1st. Call at the Falls City Hotel. Henry County, Iowa, and a few Thursday’s and Saturday’s. Time
BROWNIES $1 to $12
years later to Ringgold County.
from 6 to 9 P. M.
Mrs. Sheppard and family have
At the age of 18 she was mar
returned from a two week's visit iu
ried to Alexander Rogers who Done by Order of Water Board,
R. M. W onderly , Chairman.
Last Saturday night, July 24, at gave his life for his country in
Wynne Greer is visiting his the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Mrs. L. E. Starr of Portland vis
grandmother, Mrs. Packard at Hunter a shower was given their son was born.
the Starr family Thursday.
honor of her approaching marriage, in company with her father’s
C. M. Munson and daughter.
Mrs. Hedgepath of Airlie has Aug. 1, to R. V. DeWitt. Many
been visiting her sister, Mrs. useful and valuable presents were family, she moved to Hickory Olevia were iu Dallas this week.
given to Miss Hunter. About thir County, Missouri, where in 1873
Mrs. Clarence O’Brien moved to
ty of her friends gathered to do she was married to Edward F. Sumit, Ore., where her husband is
Miss Bernice Dodd who has been
her honor. They engaged in var-1 Beezley who passed away in Falls working.
visiting her brothers near Bruce ious games of amusement on the '
City six years ago.
Elder B. L. Hicks went to Dallas
| lias returned home.
lawn. Refreshments were served
To this union five children were Tnursday afternoon to preach a
I ajb I—Pair of bi-focal glasses in,
night ere the happy throng separ- born: three of whom are still funeral seimon.
gold frame. Fimlor will please ated for their homes wishing thejliving. Benjamin F. of Portland,
Mr. and Mrs. Kroskey and
leave at the News oliice.
bride-to-be a happy and prosper- Oregon, John E. of Salem, Ore
daughter of Portlaud are visiting,
Miss Rickson who has been visit- 0U8 lin
gon and Jesse L. of Port Angeles,
Mrs. F. Droege.
ing her sister, Mrs. Marcy return-
Mf and Mrs. S. F. Woodward Washington.
Mis. E. P. Brown and Mrs. A.
*d to Portland Monday.
and daughter Frankie cf Abilene,
In 1888 the family moved to
spent the day with Mrs.
John Chamberlain and wife and Kana., spent several days visiting Polk County, Oregon. She spent
when you George Chamberlain and wife lelt Mrs. \\ oodward s sister, Mrs. C. l . most of her remaining years near
You are sure .. of the
Hopkins. They spent several
Miss Helen Treat who has been
1 weeks in California
- - - - visiting their Falls City.
ask f<»r Mt Hood ice cream at Ellis. Wednesday for the coast
During the last two years she attending the Normal for six weeks
Mr. Leathei wood, father of Mrs. daughter and attended the San
! Sheppard lias gone to the Springs Diego and San Francisco Fairs. tried living in Newport and Sa is home for the summer.
Dr. W . L . H o l l o w a y
Mr. Woodward has been in the lem respectively, but was not
near Albany for his health.
Mrs. B. F. Beezley of Portland
depot at Abilene for the U. P. Co., satisfied anywhere except at the
in Falls City to attend the
OK IJALLAS, ORE.
Mabel spent last Saturday in Dal favorably impressed with Oregon. old home in Falls City, where funeral of Mrs. S. E. Beezley.
las visitine Mrs. Farrington.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kennel and
N. Selig and family and Clay she died Tuesday morning, July
WILL BK AT FALLS CITY HOTEL
Oxford and family went to Salem 27th, 1915, at the age of 72 years daughters of Albany were visitors
at the Persey home Wednesday.
tric Light Co’s., dam Wednesday last Sunday on a pleasure trip. 5 months and 13 days.
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY AND
The automobile went on a strike
Mrs. Beezley had been a devout
L. M. Robertson, Dick Van Den
FRIDAY EACH WEEK
member of the Christian Church
inconvenience'to light users. On for the night. Part of them ar-
Bosch and son and Mr. Brooks
All chronic and acute diseases Thursday night about 9:00 o'clock rived home Monday morning on for more than twenty years.
went on a fishing trip this week.
Funeral services were conduct
treated. If you are afflicted with another break occurred leaving the lhe 8:50 train and Mr. Selig
Mrs. M. A. Wilson and children
brought up the rear with the auto ed at the Christian church at 2
any ailment call and we will talk cjty m darkneS8
San Francisco. Cali., was vis
mobile arriving about 2:00 o’clock o’clock Wednesday afternoon by
her brother, O. Auriand this
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kugel and
ami Tuesday morning. They had a Elder B. L. Hicks. Interment in
party of Dallas were in the city
the old city cemetery.
j lust week. Their auto got out of
Miss Minnie Sippel of Bright,
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Brentuer
order and they returned on tbe and son Howard returned Wednes
Fllawarth Nfetlev Mathanv
Ontario Canada is visiting at the
day from an automobile trip to
G IV E N Q U IC K R E L IE F
Ellswerth Wesley Matheny. | home of w - A- Per8ey a,ld family
| Corvallis and other points in cen
Mr. Dunn who lives on the M k tral Oregon and also up the Rowle born in Maroa, Illinois. January l*''8 week.
Pain leave* almost
if by magic when (Siddell place who has been sick river and South Forks to London 29, 1865, passed away at his home
C. L. Hopkins and his brother-
you begin using "5-
S. F. Woodward took a
Drops," the famous old
remedy for Rheuma
improving very rapidly, hut is still the crops in the valley look fine aged 50 years, 5 months and 27 trip to Balderee camp to see the
tism, Lumbago, Gout,
and everything seems to be in a days. The family surviving is
Sciatica, N e u ra lg ia ! bedfast. *
nourishing condition. They report his widow, Mrs. Minnie Matheny, logging.
and kindred troubles.
two sons, Elmer and Lynn
a fine trip.
I. J. Lucas who has been visiting
It goes right to the
daughter Viola Blanche, two his daughter, Mrs. A. H. Dodd
spot, stops the aches
and pains and makes
in the city Tuesday looking over Christian Church met at the home brothers, Joe of Maroa, 111., and several weeks returned to his home
Edward of Edgar, Neb., three
- VLL.ijMalBM life worth living. Get
the field with a view of organizing of Mrs. Alex Courter Tuesday and sisters, Eva Lewis of Edgar, Neb. at Monroe.
[( J i f i f ) l H I a bottle of "5-Props '
U | today. A booklet with
transacted the usual amouut of Clara Buer of Fallon. Nev., and
a class here.
Mrs. Sheppard lost a valuable
MM h hottle gives full
business. A good account of the
d ir e c tio n s for use.
Mr. and Mrs. Pratt and son of affairs carried on by the Conven Emma Austin of Monmouth, Ore. cow Thursday evening by becom
Don't delay. Demand
The deceased has been a mem
Myrtle Creek are visiting Mrs. tion at Albany recently was given
''5-Drops " Don't ac-
ber of the Christian Church for ing entangled in a rope and kill
j cept anything el*e i"
P ratt’s sister, Mrs. Selig. They by Mrs. R. Paul and Rev. Hicks. several years.
place of it Any drug-
will accompany Mr. Selig and
fist can supply you. If yon live too far
Elder B. L. Hicks. Pastor of
Miss Sadie Van Doren of Ionia,
Mr. and Mrs. Will Belcher and
from a drug store send One Dollar to
Micb., Mrs. A. M. Varsall of Dallas the Christian Church of Falls
family to Newport.
Swanson Rheumatic Cure Co., Newark,
Packard of Portlaud were
and Mrs. C. L. Hopkins were City conducted funeral services
Ohio, and a bottle of “5-Drops" will be
the home of Mr. and Mrs.
this section of the country Tues- Thursday. Miss Van Doren is a Thursday afternoon.
W. T. Geer Sunday.
day. The first threshed was on the teacher in Ypslanti, Mich.
Walter L. Tooie, Jr., Lawyer, Mehrling farm and was said to
While attending to business down
Mrs. J. Pearson and daughter,
Card of Thanks
tf. ¡yield thirty-five bushel per acre.
Mrs. C. J. Chirk who has been on town last Monday some miscreant
many friends who were
a homestead . . in . ________________
the Siletz are viait- entered the house of Mrs. Charles
Fresh Bread,Cakes,Cookies, Pie«,
Last week a cow belonging *° mg friends here while on their way \ Moyer and appropriated a valuable sti kind to us during the sickness,
and other bakery goods, every day
Mayor Griffin while being drove to Forest Grove.
gold watch, at least that is the death and burial of our beloved
at the Falls City Bakery.
home from the pasture was struck
mother, Sarah Elizabeth Beezley,
CliDt Harlan, Mr. and Mrs. Edick belief as the watch is missing.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Purdy returned
by a falling snag from a burning and Grace Hulbert ______
David E. McDonough of Califor- we wish to express our most sincere
Wednesday from San Francisco
tree and crippled so badly that it Gervais Sunday and spent the day nia is visiting Alex Courter and thank«.
after a three weeks visit with Mr. [. , , , L!‘, f ,
with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Burton.
family this week.
had to be killed.
Purdy’s pareuts and the Fair.
J. C. TALBOTT & CO.
Bank of Falls City
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