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SALEM, FALLS CITY & WESTERN
Fuieniier Train Schedule
Effective Oct. 4,1914
Salem . . .
Dallas . . .
Bl’ k Rock
Falls City. 9.30
Dallaa. . . 10.10
Salem . . . 11.25
A I' POWBM. AOKNT
Oscar Samp.on and family re one mile southeast o f F'alls City
turned to Dallas after attending was the scene o f a beautiful
the Anlinaon funeral.
double wedding. The contract
Freah iiread, Cukes,Cookies, pie*, ing parlies were Miss I. V.
and other hukery good«, every day DeWett and Mr. Guy Lewis, and
at the Fall* City Bakery.
Miss Nettie Hunter and Mr. R.V.
Mr. and Mra. J. It. Moyer were DeWett, all residents o f this vic
viaiting their «on, Charlie and inity.
Promptly at 2:00 o ’clock the
family in Dallas Tueaday.
Mra. It. V*. DeWett left Wednes arrangements for the wedding
day fi r Monmouth where she will was prepared and the young
people took the marriage vow
viait friends and relatives.
1). Toller is adding si.elves and
enlaiging his bakery with a view
of putting in a email stock of
Mra. DeWeit of Monmouth who
has been visiting her daughter,
You art5 sure of the heat, when you Mra. 1. G. Singleton returned home
ask for Mt. Hood ice cream at Ellin. Wednesday.
D r. W . L. H o l l o w a y
.C H IR O PR AC TIC
OK DALLAS, ORK.
WILL BE AT FALLS CITY HOTEL
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY AND
FRIDAY EACH WEEK
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Triuihle
weut to Dallas Thuisday to take
out adoption papers for little
The dance given at Black Rock
Saturday night in the new school
^luildiug was well attended by the
Falls City people.
Mr. and Mrs. Fid Wilson of near
All chronic and acute diseases Salem, where Mr. Wilson has a
treated. I f you are afflicted with wood contract, were here Friday,
any ailment call and we will talk returning Saturday.
'1 he Epworth League of the M.
E. church gave a social at the City
Park Wednesday night. A bonfire
was made and games were played.
Refreshments were served.
A party was given at the F'alls
'1 lie best show at the Gern tonight City Hotel Wednesday night by
Mrs. F\ Droege in iionor cf Mr.
For Sale— Fresh cow. See P. S.
and Mrs. E. P. McCooskey of Port
land. A large attendance was had
C. F\ Vick of Salem was in the and a good time was enjoyed.
Wm. Grayum returned Sunday
Mrs. Mary Thorn left Wednes to Westwood, Calif., after a two
day for Lentz.
weeks visit with his parents and
Chester Ward is spending the friends. He has a good position
and likes that couutry fine and in
Thm«day in town.
tends to make his future home
Fllmer Hoilensworth is out in \
the country haying.
Tuesday afternoon Shorty John
son was seen out in the middle of
the street in front of the poolhall
C. M. Munson went to Portland
turning summersaults over a chair
Thursday on business.
ir. the same manner used by heavy
Born to Mr. and Mrs. John weights to reduce weight, which
Hughes, Tuesday, a girl.
we suppose he was trying to ac
R. V. DcWett is working in the
harvest fields near Suver.
Saturday evening Miss Ham
Mabel Baker was
Black Rock Monday.
Ruby Kindoll of Salem is visit mond took a few of her pupils to
the home of W. A. Persey to give
ing friends iu F'alls City.
an evening program in honor of
New Auto caps and outing hats Mias Sibbel of Canada, niece of
at Falls City Millinery Co.
Mrs. Persey, Mrs. Blackburn of
W. T. Brown started threasliing California, Mrs. Glaze of Myrtle
Creek, Mrs. McCooskey of Port
near Monmouth Wednesday.
land and Miss Thoe of North
C. W. Davis and Bert Wonderly
Dakota. There were forty-tive
left Monday for eastern Oregon.
Walter L. Tooie, Jr., Lawyer,
Dr. Turner of the firm of
Lowe it Turner Eye Sprcial-
Leonard Sampson and Kthel ists of Portland will be in Falls
drove in from Nortons this week.
City Thursday Aug. 19th at Falls
Mrs. Mary McDowell came Tues
day to visit her
M. L. Thompson and family and
Fine picked peaches from C. M.
Miss Hammond motored to Salem LaFollett's Wheatland Fruit Farm,
fresh every day at 50-cents a box.
ill he in town until September
Clarence Powell, Jack Purdy and
Call at the Falls City Hotel.
Chas. Hartiuig motored to Port
solemnly which was administered
Mias Time, » h o has been viait by R|V. E. A. LaDow. A fte r
ing Mra. Aurlaud has gone to the the ceremony, the friends o f the
Hilelz to spend a few weeks.
Mr. and Mra. Guy Lewis have
left fur Lewicville where Mr. Lewie
will work iu the harvest fields.
C. L. Hopkins iim<l(5 a bmilie««
trip to McMinnville T w i d i y .
Mrs. Keeney and daughter of
M ist I. V OaWett and Mr. Ouy Lewis
Olix, eastern Oregon
and M iss Nettie Hunter and Mr.
R V. DeWett are joined in
Mr. and Mta. 1’. J. Shepherd
Wodlock Sunday Afternoon.
went lo Portland Sunday to spend
Last Sunday afternoon at 2:00
aever.il day a.
Miss Graham, teacher at the
Public School left Thursday for a
two week’« viait at Newport.
o ’clock the home o f F. J. De\\ptt
1ÍBW8. SÀTrftbAV. Atîor8T
R. E. W illiam s , M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols .
Cashier Assistant Cashier
Bank of Falls City
F alls C it y , P olk C ounty . O regon
young people, o f whom there was
a large number, gathered around
Does a General Banking Business.
Interest Paid on Time
and congratulated them.
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
The wedding was performed in
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
the open air under the tall flr
trees. The ground was beauti
fully decorated with flowers o f
various varieties furnished by
Mrs. G. A. Wolf. The brides
were elegantly dressed and each
carried a bouquet o f Hydrangeas
which were furnished them by
Mrs. Frank Butler, The best
man and bridesmaid to the De-
Wett-Lewis weddiqg, were Char
ley Johnson and Miss Sylvia Phil
lips, the Hunter-DeWett were,
Berl O ’ Brien and Miss Mable
A fte r the ceremony a sumptu
ous repast was served. In the
wedding cake was placed a five Powell, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lewis,
Mrs. Kathrine Anfinsen
and ten-cent piece which was an 1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeWett,
On July 31st occurred the death
emblem of the weddings to be in Miss Mabel Hunter, Chas.O’ Brien o f Mrs.
the future. The finders were 1 Ruby Magee, Ruffus Ferguson, mother o f Mrs. Ed Sampson,
Misses Ruby McGee and Mable D. L. Wood. Jr.
Mrs. Wm. Kieney o f Olix, eastern
Oregon, and Mr. John Gilbertson
The guests formed in a line
o f McMinnville.
behind the young couples and a
Mrs. Anfinsen was born in
Tuesday evening at 7:30 occur
photograph was taken by C. E.
red the wedding o f Miss Louise Norway Dec. 3, 1830. Her hus
McPherren, the efficient photo
Sampson to Mr. Harry Taylor. band died 24 years ago and she
grapher o f this city. Pictures
Thejevent was solemnized at the has been staying with her daugh
were also taken o f the brides Methodist Parsonage and was ter, Mrs. Sampson since that
maids. The cigars were then
witnessed by Miss Miriam Kieney time. For the last twelve years
passed by the grooms and the
and Mr. Harry Sampson. The she has been an invalid. Death
lovers o f the weed were soon en beautiful ring ceremony was came as a sweet sleep after a well
joying a stimulating smoke.
earned rest. She leaves fifteen
Mrs. Lewis is the daughter o f
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor expect to grandchildren and twrelve great-
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. DeW ett who leave at once for eastern Oregon. giandchildren to mourn her loss.
have been residents o f the county
The funeral services were con
Best wishes to them.
for four years, coming here from
ducted by Rev. Marcy at the
eastern Oregon, and is an estim
home o f Mr. Sampson. Inter
Free Methodist Church
able young lady with a host of
ment made in ihe Odd Fellows
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Preaching 11:00 A. M.
Mr Lewis is a native o f this
Class meeting 12:00 P. M.
county and has been employed at
Eveuing service 8:00.
M. E. Church
the mill o f the Falls City Lumber
H. A. W alter , Pa3tor.
Colonel Hamilton will speak at
Co., for some time and is a young
the morniug service, giving “ The
man o f excellent qualities.
True Story of the Dying Christiau
Mrs. DeWett is the daughter
Drummer Boy of Gettysburg.”
Service on next Lord’s Day at
o f Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hunter
Colouel Hamilton was a scout for
who came here from southern 11 a. m , and 7:30 p. m.
three years during the Civil War
Bible School at 10 A. M.
Oregon four years ago, and is an
and is a very interesting speakei.
Junior Endeavor at 3 P. M.
excellent young lady o f winning
On Wednesday Aug. 11th, the Col
Eudeavor at 7 P. M.
ways and of a benevolent dispos
onel will give his lecture “ Three
Evening services 8 P. M.
ition that has made her many
years in the saddle." It is expect
cordial invitation to everyone.
ed that Mrs. Hamilton, who is a
Strangers made welcome.
Mr. DeWett is the son o f Mr.
gifted singer will he with him.
B. L. H icks , Pastor.
and Mrs. F. J. DeW ett and a
The Wednesday evening will be in
brother o f Mrs. Guy Lewis and is
charge of the class “ The Rose
an excellent young man o f good
Among the Thorns” and a 10c ad
habits and is well liked and re
A surprise party was given at mission will be charged. The sur
spected by his friends. He has
the home of Mrs. E. A. Sayre plus will be used for missionary
been employed for some time as
Tuesday evening in honor of her purposes.
sawyer for the mill company.
Sunday evening service in charge
sister, Mrs. Blackburn of Bakers
The News joins their friends
field, California who has been of the classes of Mrs. Flemiug and
in wishing them a pleasant and
visiting here lot the last eight Miss Wells. Subject, “ In Honor
successful career through life ’s
weeks. The program consisted of of Grandfather.”
You are most cordially invited
songs and a few games played
Those present were: Mrs. J. P.
around a campfire. Miss Mary to attend all of these meetings.
DeWett, Barney Phillips. Miss
M. A. M arcy , Pastor.
Hammond, the local music teacher
Ritta Alderman, Mr. and Mrs.
entertained the party with some
John Walker, Mr. and Mrs. 1. G.
excellent readings. There was an
A Personal Matter
Singleton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
attendance of fifty people. A light
When yon want a laxative, you
Zuver, Mr. and Mrs. LaDow, Miss
lunch was served. Mrs. Blackburn want one suited to the needs o f
Syliva Phillips. Mrs. F. A. Wolf.
and her boys returned home Wed your constitution. A good sure
I. A. Johnson. N. L. Roberts,
laxative that will not gripe is—
Ruth Lewis, Goletha Roberts, Mr.
Nyal's Figsen. We recommend this
and Mrs. F. B. Seymour, Winona
candy-lozenge. Boxes at 10c, 25c
WOOD CUT ON SHARES
Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A.
Wood to be cut on the shares. and 50c. For sale at Thompson’s
Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mc
Pherren, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. S. Enquire oi Mrs. Frank Butler. 2t Drug Store.