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The hop picking season in about
over. The weather hu* been ideal
(or fathering the crop. I'aually
liter» ia ruin alsiut hop picking
season and hindent the wot k .
SALEM, FALLS CITY & WESTERN
Passenger Train Schedule
Effective Oct. 4.1914
i * i
Salem . . . 7:00 9.45
1 »all»* . . . K.15 11.07
Falls Gity. 8.50 11.11
11 > M
Bl’ k Rock
Falls Gity, 9.30 1.25
Dallas. . . 10.10 2.00
Salem . , . 11.25 3.15
A. C. K u
L. M. Robertson i»turned last
Monday from a throe week» trip
nerving n* lire warden. Hitt wliiak-
i era had grown out and ho would
have passed ax Robinson Ofuso.
Mr. and Mr*. J. Bee*ley o f 8a-
i lent tame Monday to visit with her
Mr. Bear ley returned
Monday evening but Mrs. Bec/ley
lemaioed for a wrek'f visit.
Mitt* May Reece attended the
baud conc«rt at Dallas la»t Satur-
; day night.
THANKS THE PUBLIC
We desire to (hank our friend«,
and the public generally for their
valued patronage while we were in
charge of thn Madcna Hotel.
Hutchinson A Abbott.
Candi»*, Tobacco» and Cigars. at
L B. WON I) E R L Y '8
Ito port of the condition of Ilio
Bank o f Falls City
. Haw Line Graniteware
at Kollo City, In th* nut# of Oregon, at
the itloM of buainffM Mept . 3d. I f 16:
L o t » » « ml diarounU
It,« 3 «
Bowl* and warrant*
Furniture, end fistine*
IMt« from Istuk».(not reserve Denk») 1.046.1*6
Hue from approved reserve l ank* 1.0'l.t*.
Check* end otlier i:*»h item*
c »*h on
Tor* l , . »72,777 It
L IA B IL IT IE S
16 000 00
< apital »lock paid In
Mu min* Fund
Undivided profil«, le»» eipen *«*
end taxe* p*id
F or tel »evln g» bank deposit*
Individuel depoftlt* subject to
Demand certificate* of Deposit.
». 424 34
Time and saving deposit*
T otal . . 171,777.1»
Kt«tt of Oregon )
County of Folk. )
I. P. 0. White Ait. f'AibU r of th« above*
named bank, do »olemiily »wear that the
above »Laternen! I« true, to the be«t of my
knowledge and belief.
.: £ 2
We have just received a fine line o f kitchen
Graniteware, consisting o f teakettles, tea
pots, coffee pots, double boilers, preserving
kettles, stew kettles, 10-qt water pails, etc,
O N L Y 35 CENTS EACH. See Our Window Display
We also carry a nice line o f Hardware
Furniture, Builders’ Material, Paints, Ect.,
that we are selling at low prices.
J. C . T A L B O T T & . C O .
R. E. W illiam s , M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols ,
R .G . W hite ,
Cashier Assistant Cashier
Bank of Falls City
K <J. WHITE. AseUtant Cashier.
Mubtrrlbed and sworn to befora me this
“th <Uy of Heptemher, IMA.
( L M)
W. K NICHOLS
• onimiMion f i pire. Oct. 7,1911 If.
A lle .i
Ire C. Mehrling
V it While
W. K. Nichole.
F all * C it y , P olk C ounty . O regon
Does a General Banking Business.
Interest Paid on Time
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
Justice Hubbard bad a case in
his eouit Tuesday.
had Tom Hcott charged with break- \
La*l Saturday the tocsin of war
¡ng In her Imuse a few Sunday’*
Free Methodist Church
sounded and there was hurry
ago ami taking a gold watch, a re
School 10:00 A. M.
Mrs. Ada Tanuer who died at
volver, three pocket knives and a ing and akurrying, toarms. The
Preaching 11:00 A. M.
the Dallas Hospital was buried in
Class meeting 12:00 P. M.
pair of buckskin glove*. It wax a report arrived by wireless tha'; a
tbe Dallas cemetery Friday of last
Evening service 8.00.
jury trial and they were out only detachment of bears were bearing
week. Rev. B. L. Hicks preached
H; A. W a l t e r , Pastor
a few second* when they brought down upon the city and were even
the funeral sermon.
in a verdict of not guilty. There at tbe outer gates. The local nim-
Mrs Tanner was born near Falls
rods responded valliantly to (he
wa* absolutely no proof of guilt.
on next Lord's Day at
call gathering up all pistols, revol City and was tbe daughter o( Mr
7:30 p. m.
vers, air rifle, and houn’ pups; and Mrs John Dunn, who reside
at 10 A. M. •
Rtlurnad From Foreign Field
commandeered several automobiles near this city. Her husband died
at 3 P. M.
Mr*. Millitan of Beattie, Wash aud went forth to meet the enemy'. last April. She leaves a baby girl
at 7 P. M.
ington, leceutly returned from a Details of the pursuit are lacking only a few days old; father, moth
seven years stay in foreign tn'ssion and unsatisfactory, but bruin was er, three brothers and three sisters
held, will deliver a lecture at the routed and the city saved. Pat to mourn.
Strangers made welcome.
Free Methodist church Sunday Murphy is the only one that will
B. L. H i c k s , Pastor.
W A N T E D — Good Falls City pro
afternoon. Everyone should hear talk intelligently on the subject
her as she will give an interesting and says that he doesn’t believe perty in exchange for a good 160
talk. Lecturo will begin at«3:00.
there are any bares this side of tbe acre stock ranch in Deschuettes
beeches at Newport; all he saw Valley south of Bend, Oregon, Sheridan Sun
was tracks of some bare-footed boys.' Also for sale, rent or trade cheap,
“ The other day we went to a
DISTRICT QUARTERLY MEETING
But some think Pat has a. grouch splendid residence property in
store to get some fruit. An
District cpiartorly meeting at the j because he was not in at the finisli. Falls City, Oreg. Apply to
D r . W . L . H o llo w a y
C H IR O PR A C TIC
Or DALIAN, ORB.
W IL L BE A T F A LLS C ITY HOTEL
A L L DAY
MONDAY, W EDNESDAY AND
FRID AY EACH WEEK
All chronic and acute diseases
treated. I f you are afflicted with
any ailment call and we will talk
THE FALLS CITY HEWS.
Saturday, September 11, 1016
Local Newt Items
The best show at the Gem tonight
Walter L. Tooie, Jr., Lawyer,
Free Methodist Church Is in ses - 1
Agent Powers ha* moved iuto
sion this week. Rv. Coffee of Port !
the Beeilev prooerty.
land is in charge. Quite a number
Dr. Kirchgessner left Wednes of minister s and laymen are in at ;
day for Ban Francisco.
tendance. Services will hold over
Judge Teal wa* attending Justice Sunday.
court in this city Tuesday.
MADERA HOTEL CLOSED
Morris Solig attended the band
concert at Dallas last Saturday
J o se ph M ik a l s o n ,
» 1 8
A Personal Matter
When you want a laxative, you
want one suited to the needs of
Mr N. H. Dimmick was down your constitution. A good sure
laxative that will not gripe is—
from Balderee’s camp Friday.
Nyal’s Figsen. We recommeud this
Fred Letter ol Spaulding Camp
candy-lozenge. Boxes al 10c, 25c
made a business trip to Dallas
and 50c. For 6ale at Thompson's
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lamm are the
proud parents of a baby boy /born
Sept. 9, 1915.
Last Saturday the Madena Hotel
closed its doors and the proprietor*
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moyer of proceeded to pack their belongings
Dallas visited in this city Baturdsy and will open a hotel at Scio a
town east of Albany-
to lose them, but do not blame
Born Thursday, September 2, to
anyon from bettering their condi
I’ bil McGowen and family left |
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Personett, a 9
tion when possible. We hope that
| Tuesday for Portland on a few
they will realize their most san
: week* vacation.
The Ladies Art Club will meet guine hopes ill their new location.
with Mrs. F. L. Talbott Tuseday
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Donui&yer
of Spaulding camp spent Saturday
and Suuday in Black Rock.
II. 8 Ferguson shipped a Jersey
The city council met Tuesday
heifer to bis daughter at Oregon
Geo Miller, firewarden near
night in regular session, with »
Falls City came home Saturday ■
bare quorum present.
Best apple cider made fresh to business was transacted such as and reports no tires in his section.
your order, 20c per gallon. Phone allowing bills, ect.
Mrs. J. C. Taylor and family re
i58. A. A. Wade.
was painfully quiet and tame. turned hame Tuesday from Falls
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Nichols and The only thing that occurred to City where they have been picking
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Talbott motor create a ripple was the cutting the hops.
of the electric light bill from 185
ed to Salem Wednesday.
Mr, Frank Vinson has quit fir
to 180 on account of poor service.
Fresh Bread,Cakes,Cookies, i ies,
the 10-Spot for Spaulding Co.
and other bakery goods, every day ; For an instant there was a gurg
make his home in Salem
ling sound like the water sucking
at the Falls City Bakery.
a whisp of hay into a leak in a
A water wagon passed through
dam and all was quiet.
Mrs. Frank Ellis returned home
town Monday, which, by the way
The city attorney said that he Tuesday from Falls City where
is a melancholy reminder that
was reatly to commence proceed sbe has been taking care of her
January 1916 is rapidly approach
ings toward the collection of delin- sisters children during hop picking
quant street asiessments. That a* season.
Win. Callister an wife of Rich- a preliminary he would notify nil
laud, Iowa who have been visiting parties of amount due and set a
O. E. Fuller was taken to the
at the A. A. Wade home, departed ! day to meet with him and present Dallas hospital Monday.
Monday for their home.
They j any receipts for which no credit believed to have been seriously in
will return by way of Denver, Colo has been given, if any there be, jured while working at Spaulding
otherwise the statements sent will Camp.
Mr. S. B. Taylor is doing some
Wallace and Hattie Adama of be deemed correct and proceedings
There is surveying here for the Spaulding
St. Johns, Kansas spent Sunday instituted accordingly.
and Monday with their cousins, over 11600 in asressments over Company. He is dividing section
24 into 40 acre plats and we under
Josh and Fred Talbott.
The council adjourued to meet stand that this land will be put ou
were ou their w a y to the San Fran
1 Tuesday night, September 14.
BLACK ROCK ITEMS
This Is Your Town
And It Is What
You Make It
H A T makes a town?
People and business.
You are one o f the people.
W hat you buy helps make
the business. The more you
buy the better the business;
the more business the better
Tou want the town to grow
and Improve, don’t you?
Then you should help It to
grow by Increasing Its busi
ness as much as you can.
Every time you send else
where for goods you give
your town a blow. Enough
o f these blows will ultimate
ly kill the town.
The mall order houses do
nothing for your town except
try to kill i t Are you help
ing them? You are I f you
send your money to them for
goods that you could buy *t
home. I f you are more Inter
ested In the growth of Chica
go or New York than you are
tn the prosperity o f your own
town, your own neighbors,
then continue to send to mall
order house* for goods. I f
you want your own town to
SPEND YO U R M O NEY
W H E R E YOU M A K E IT.
examination o f the fruit on dis
play showed that a preponder
ance o f it was scaly and wormy.
“ A few years ago a fruit in
spector in southern Idaho went
into a country store and examin
ed y>me fruit on display.
The inspector found no scale but
in the box was one wormy apple.
confiscated the box.
strict application and scrupvlous
enforcement ot the law has re
sulted in clean orchards for the
healthy orchards, and when the
consumer buys he buys healthy
and not diseased fruit.
“ But why this contrast o f sec
Yamhill county, tco, has a
fruit inspector, so we are told,
though there is truly no evidence
o f his work as it should be done
W ere his work done and
done well we would* not expect to
find such fruit on display at the
local stores as we do find. And
why should we complain, because
the law is not enforced, because
poor fruit is thrust upon the mar
ket? Not necessarily.
is now in the center o f 6000 acres
of young orchards which will be
in bearing next year and the years
after. But we must qualify that
with the condition the orchards
are healthy. And to keep these
orchards healthy the diseased
trees around must be treated or
One diseased tree
can in almost* inconceivable time
communicate the diseaset to an
“ It is only jnstiee to the growers
as well as the consume that the
fruit inspector be strict and