Falls City news. (Falls City, Or.) 190?-19??, August 28, 1915, Page 3, Image 3

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    Saturday, Anguat 28, 101A
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THE FALLS CITY NEWS.
Clyde Munson has purchased a
WANTED— Good Falls City pro­ . V , . u v T M g * I K n 'l .
.s
new Ford.
perty in exchange fur a good 100
Tksn. fri. tal.
lit. Mss. Tati.
Clias. Mix made a business trip acre stock ranch in Deschuettes
s 6 7 to Portland Thursday.
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Valley south of Bend, Oregon.
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O. G. Kueebone made a business Also for sale, rent or trade cheap,
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splendid residence property in
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21 trip to Albany Thursday.
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Apply to
Miss Isithnl Snider of Dallas vis­ Falls City, O r c g
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JosK.cn
M
i k a i s o . n ,
ited friends lit re Lite first of the
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Brownsville, Oregon.
week.
Rassmusser and Lowe Brothers Paints
It. M Wonderly was immense­
Miss Lana Bradley left Tuesday
ly surprised the latter part of last
Will beautify and preserve them.
to visit Miss Snider ami attend tne
week by receiving a birthday pos­
circus.
tal surprise shower from his friends
Miss Gisdies Paul went to Dal­ hack at his old home in Ithaca,
las Tuesday 1» visit friends and at­ Mich., where he formerly lived 25-
tend the circus.
years age. One of the cards stated
F. K Hubbard and W. B. Mc- that the gite he made before he
Kowau and families spent the past came west was still doing good ser­
vice and except for a little wear
week at Newport.
was as good as ever. He also re­
Otto Kneebone and Miss Opal ceived cards from New York and
Hastings n.ade a pleasure trip to Nebraska
R. E. W illiams , M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols ,
R .G . W hite ,
Airlie Wednesday.
A very pleasant evening was
President
Vice-President
Cashier Assistant Cashier
Fresh Bread,Cakes,Cookies, l ies, spent at the home of grandma
and
other bakery goods, every day flatrington, Aug. 21, when about
You are sure of the beet, when you
thirty-five of her friends and neigh­
at
the
Falls City Bakery
hh I c f»r Mt. Hood ice cream at Kills.
bors gave her a complete surprise,
Miss Dora Elkins and Mrs. Jen­ the < cession beiug her 70lh birth­
F alls C it y , P olk C ounty . O regon
nie Snodgrass of Portland are vis­ day. Music and singing added
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
DoeB a General Banking Business. Interest Paid on Time
much to the enjoymeut of the
by !■>*-. I application*, a* lliey cannot iting ttieir mother this week.
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
reach Ilia <l!*eu»ml portion of tha car.
evening
Tha
loving
tokens
of
re-
Mr. and Mrs. Harris left at 12
There l* only on« way to ruro drafnea*.
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
mtmherances were not forgotteu
and that la by conatltutlonul rrmadl«*.
Itrafm -u I* couard by an Inflamed condi­ o'clock Saturday night for a week’s by tiie various friends.
After a
tion o f tha mucous llnlns of the Kusta-
chlan Tub«. When this Tuba I* Inflamed visit with his daughter on the coast. bounteous lunch was served all
you have a rumbling sound or Impnrfcit
nearlns. and when It I* entirely closed.
Nick l.unde, Chris Hansen, John went awjy feeling that not only
I • . rne«a Is the result, and unless the In­
themselves iiad been benefited, but
flammation can he taken out and this Moyer and Dad Bell left Tuesday
that much cheer and encourage­
tube restored to Its normal condition,
THE "GREATER OREGON'
hrartnc will bo destroyed forever, nlno for a limiting trip in the Siletz ment wus added to iter who had
issea out o f trn are caused hv Catarrh,
1th n r w h u i l d l n f i . b e l t e r e q u i p m e n t , « n * I
which 1» nothin« but an Inflamed condi­ Basin.
trod life's pathway l> these 70
la r « M l g r o u n d s , a n d wnmny a d d it i o n * t o IU
tion of the mucous surfacea.
f a r a lt y . t h e L 'n W o r * ltr o f O r e Co n w i l l b * * tsv It*
We will s ir e on e llnndn«! Hollars fo rs n r rasa o f
Mrs. Batouruey's sou from years.
f o r t i e t h 7 M ir. T u M d a r . S e p t e m b e r • 4. I 9 1 JV»
IV a I», - . i.a u e -l t.f catarrh'that cano.0 b . cured br
S p « e l* i t r a in i n g In t o m m e r c e , J o u r n a l l t in , j
ualt'a Catarrh l or* Send tor clreolars free.
Kalama came to visit her Tuesday
A rr h t t M -t u r e , L a w . N e d le t n e . T a ^ h l n f . L ib w i­
It is particularly fortunate for
r J r l I B N B Y , S C O . T oled o. O hio.
ry W o r k , M u atc. P h y s i c a l T r a i n i n g n n d FI n r
and
started
to
work
at
Baldeiee’s
Hold by Prnsslata. Tbc.
Falls City thst Governor Withy-
. ri f ; U r l * ■ " ‘ • • » r o n y d e y a r t m e n t s o f M b e r -
Taao liana taaaiir rtUafor coeaUsauu«._______ camp.
•J E d u c a t io n .
< oin he has selected Walter L
L ib r a r y o f m o r e t h a n A A .nnn v o lu m e * , t h l r -
Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Ellis return­ Toose, Jr., our city attorney, as a
to o n b u i l d in g s f o i l » e q u i p p e d , t o o * p le fM ll4
Dr. W . L. H ollow ay
l y m n a s lu m * .
j
ed the last of lust week from at­ delegate to the International Irri­
T u i t i o n F r e e . D o r m l t o r t e » f o r «non a n d f o r
won»e>fi. K ip e n * e * l . o n e i t ,
\
¡CHIROPRACTIC
tending the Exposition at Stu gation congress to be held at Stock-
W r i t « f o r f r e e c a t a lo g * , a d d r e t a in s R e g i s t r a r
OK DALLAS, ORE.
ton,
Sacramento
and
San
Francii
Francisco.
UNIVERSITY O r OREGON
Phone 822.
co. September 18 to 20 inclusive
KVGKNK. OREGON
C. Hutchinson and wife of Port­ It is presumed that irrigation has
WILL RK AT FALLS CITY HOTEL
land are visiting their son, O. S. something to do with getting water
ALL DAY
Hutchinson of the Madena Hotel, to run down hill, and if Walter
M onday . W ednesday and
studies the water question under
this week.
M. L. Thompson and son, Dr.
such favorable circumstances per
Free Methodist Church
FRIDAY EACH WEEK
Miss Mary Hammond returned haps he may he able to give tiie and Mrs. Hellwartb, and Mrs. Mae
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
All chronic and acute diseases Friday morning from a week's visit city council some useful sugges­
Preaching 11:00 A. M.
Nichols went to Newport Wednes­
treated. If you are afflicted with at the Boughey Peach Orchard tions in extracting more water j
Class meeting 12:00 P. M.
day in Mr. Thompson’s car.
from the mountain streams that
any ailment call and we will talk i below Salem.
Evening service 8:00.
go roaring through (he gorges.
W. R. Davis was over in the
it over.
H. A. W alter , Pastor.
Mrs. M. A. Gill returned to her
Airlie neighborhood Sunday. He
home in Salem Friday after a two
reporte that a farmer living one
Christain Church
week’s visit with her friend, Mrs
U N O IS P U T A B L E F A C T S
mile north of Airlie on the Airlie-
Service on next Lord's Day at
Mattie LaDow.
We must face the facts as they
Falls City road loal a hog hy the 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m.
Win. Caliister and wife of Rich­
Local
New
t
Hems
are.
Exact science has proved to intense heat and another one was
!
Bible School at 10 A. M.
i
land, Iowa and th«ir son Fred of
us the correctness of the claim of about dead.
Junior
Endeavor at 3 P. M.
Silverlou, Oregon visited at the A.
the efficancy o f C hiropractic
Christian Eudeavor at 7 P. M.
The beet show at the Gem tonight Wade home Thursday.
treatment.
Evening services 8 P. M.
The Hare of a tire from hurniug
A Personal M atter
Hey wanted. Inquire at News
My observation is that people
A cordial invitation to everyone.
slashings on the J. W. Miller place
When you want a'laxative, you Strangers made welcome.
office.
Tuesday night caused many neople are ever ready and anxious to
want one suited to the needs of
Walter L. Tooie, Jr., Lawyer, to think that a tire had broke out. avail themselves of any science | your constitution
B. L. H icks , Pastor.
A good sure
Dallas, Oregon.
H-
Win. Finley and wife left Thurs that will alleviate human suffer­ laxative that will not gripe is—
ing. By the employment Of Nyal’s Figsen. We recuinniend this Bills Allowed by City
Mrs. Z. Batoornsy attended the day for Independence where they
will run a hoarding house during C hiropractic adjustments we candy-lozenge. Boxes al 10c, 25c
circus at Dallae Tuesday.
Council for July
and 50c. For sale at Thompson's
hop picking season at the Horse are able to assist nature to carry
Drug Store.
Mite Pearl Titus was in Dallae
R.
A.
Titus,
hauling
garbage 9 2 50
on its normal function.
Bros.. Imp yard.
Tuesday attending the circus.
W.
L.
Tooze,
salary
The universe was made for
While bathing Sunday someone
NO MORE IRRIGATION
Rain may expected soon as it is
and livery hire................. 27.50
man.
and all of nature’ s forces
ransacked the pockets of C. M.
Notice is hereby given to water M. L. Tnompeou. salary..... 38 69
near bop picking season.
Munson clothes and stole a small are beneficent and are placed users that on account of the water
There was no great rush from
here for his utilization. By in- supply being dangerously low that C. E. McPherren, salary..... 25.00
amount of money.
here Tuesday to the circus at Dal­
teligent conformity to nature’s irrigation will be prohibited. Par­ Falls City Lumber Co.,
Wilbur Davis moved the families
lum ber.......... ..............
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las.
laws health may be maintained; ties who have paid the irrigation
o f Jim and Tom Robinson to the
fee
for
August
will
please
call
on
L.
T.
Murphy,
salary
but for violation o f or opposition
W. R. Davis and 8. B. McGee
the Auditor and Police Judge and
hop yard of Horse Bros , at Inde­
water superintendent..... 30 00
to nature’s laws, diseases, impo- he will make a refund for the pari
left Monday night for the Horse
pendence Thursday.
L.
T. Murphy, salary
tency or premature death are the of month, or give credit for regular
Bios., hop yard.
Joseph Mikulsou of Brownsville, penalty.
City
Marshal and fers... 37.00
water service for September. This
Col. Matthews attended seiviee* Oregon was here several days this
G.
N.
Graham,
time chtck
1 00
order
will
he
strictly
enforced,
so
Do you know that if you were
at the Elk's chapel at Cottage week. This is Mr. Mikalson's
take
due
notice
and
govern
your-
O.
L.
Frink,
time
check
...
1 00
tirst trip here and lie is well pleas­ to put your arm in a sling for a i selves accordingly.
Grove last Sunday.
News,
printing
and
rent.....
7.30
ed with the town. He has some given time that you would lose
Chat. Dill lias given his house a
B y O rder ok W ater B oard .
residence property here that he
new coat of paint that improves bought without seeing and is well the use o f it? Just so with any
This 19th day August, 1915.
A birthday surprise party was
part of your body, cut off the
the looks wonderfully.
pleased with tiie trade.
given
D. L. Wood. Jr., at the home
nerve supply and you lose the
The few hot days succeeded by
M. L. Thompson, Mrs. Clark
of
his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L.
Oakdale
Items.
usefulness of the same. C h iro ­
the nice cool weather makes one Travis and Mrs. Grace Hansen
Wood,
Sr., Monday night. The
practic releases the nerve and
appreciate Oregon more than ever. motored to Dallas Tuesday and at­
Threshing is over in thiR neigh­ evening was pleasantly spent in
tended the circus. While inside the body becomes normal
borhood and from reports the grain playing games, after which ca ke
Dr. E. Kirchgessner left Friday the circus tent some miscreant
We are at times confronted
!
turned
out well.
and lemonade was served. A
morning for southern Oregon where stole their wraps and cloaks out of with the question, “ How do we
the
automobile,
the
value
of
which
number of beautiful souveneirs and
A
number
o
f
people
here
attend­
he will endeavor to exchange «ome
know C hiropractic will cure
presents
were given. Those pre6-
ed
the
ciicue
iu
Dallas
last
Tues­
property that he owns there for were $15.
A Bachelor Party was given at thus and so?” We know from d a y .
sent
were:
Mr. and Mrs. Munson,
•
Falls City property.
the home of A. B. Allen in the our having cured others with the
Dr. Arnold, Dentist of Salem south tiart of town Monday night same ailments.
Mr. Morgan is here from the Mr. and Mrs. Black. Mr. and Mrs.
was in thia city Monday and Tues­ A feast of crawfish cooked to a
Space will not permit o f going east on a viatit with friends and re­ Olts, Mrs. Edna Russell. Gwendo­
day on professional business. This Queen's taste was served, together into detail. However if you are latives; he lived here twenty-five lyn Russell, Mrs. C. Elle, Vearl
years ago aud was greatly surpris­
wits the Doctor's tirst trip and he with refreshments. Those present: sick and feel that you would like ed when he landed in Falls City a Courier, B. L. Hicks, Mr. and Mrs.
Shorty Johnson, John Chapel,
is well pleased with results.
a new lease on life come in to few days ago and saw a thriving Paul, Cora Page, Mrs. Chas. Brad­
Roht. Kitts and A. B. Allen.
ley, Clarence Bradley. Mrs. L. M.
Mr. and Mrs. M W. Black went
Mrs. J. T. Hagar of Monmouth, my office and see for yourself little city.
Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. Will
Miss
Ina
Graham
has
returned
to the Circus in Dallas Tuesday. sister of Mrs. E A. LaDow and what I am doing for others right
Wood, Andrew Black, Geneva and
from
an
extended
stay
at
the
coast.
niece,
Mrs.
Alice
Kenneth
also
of
They also attended the wedding of
here in Falls City. I do not ask
Vela Olts.
Monmouth,
niece
of
Mrs,
LaDow
Miller
Tedrick
will
soon
return
Mrs. Blacks niece, Mies Gertie
you to take my word, talk with
and Mrs. Zola Cavanaugh and
to
his
home
in
Iowa.
Wood to Mr. Esrl Woavtr.
little daughter of Portland spent my patients at Falls City Hotel,
Mrs. Travis and Mrs. Newman
FRESH PEACHES FOR CANNING
Dr. E. Kirchgessner reports that the day Thursday at the home of Monday’s, Wednesday’s and Fri­
a new hoy arrived Monday moru- her aunt, Mrs. E. A. LaDow. Rev day’s. No charge for examina­ are visiting with the W. L. Barn­
Fresh Alberta peaches for can­
hart family this week.
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Hicks joined the merry party iu tion.
ning
at $1.25 per bushel. Sold
au afternoon auto drive by Mr.
DR. W. L. HOLLOWAY,
Herbert Jackson. The father is in Cavanaugh. After their return,
Mr. Wright has sold his place on orders only.
L e a v e your
serious traits, but will pull through all were served to ice cream and Dallas, Phone 822.
and moved his family back to their orders at the Falls City Hotel.
Falls City, Phone 291.
cake by Mr. and Mrs. LaDow,
. old home in St. Johns.
with careful nursing.
0 . Michael.
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NOW IS THE TIME .
TO PAINT YOUR HOUSE
J. C. TALBOTT &, CO.
Bank of Falls City