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T O T FALLS W T T K IW I.
In Memory of Little Elmo Keith
Little hand» arc lightly folded,
Local News Hems
On the little pulaeleu hreaat,
New Line Graniteware
And the soul ha» gone to Je»us,
Now in heaven he ia at reat.
We have just received a fine line of kitchen
7li*< best show at tlits (¡etri tonight Angel» come with drooping wing»,
consisting of teakettles, tea
(jentle word» from Chriat to bring,! j Iwn
double boilers, preserving
II »r»e wanted to work (or feed. Little feet are tripping round.
10-qt water pails, etc,
J. C. March.
Walking now on Holy ground.
See Our Window Display
Now hr- stands with wonderingeyea ¿it
We also carry a nice line of Hardware
in the glad »urpriae,
<>. W. Gardnci and family loft Drinking
Furniture, Builders’ Material, Paints, E d ,
lor Dallai* I uesday.
Golden harps for tiny hands.
that we are selling at low prices.
—Mrs. S. E. Bancroft.
Vtorl Courier attended the Fair
J. C . T A L B O T T & C O .
< at Salem tine week.
—Ju»i a 'dip In Ink and cine almple
Thursday a »talk o( corn
♦humb-preanure cm the "Crescent-
Leonard Frink returned I bur» ollico
Filler lin t that fountain pan 'Vlaaa?" Ian I
by his son», Percy aud Les-!
II a downright relief and wul-utufylng day troni eastern Oregon.
corn was raided in the
comlort to eliminate the troublcaome. Inky
Valley and measured
dropper filler and tight rrtw Joints?
Little La Vita McCulloch i» slay- j il-feet. '1-inches
It. E. W il l ia m s , M. L .T hompson , W. F. N ic iio ls , R. G .W hite ,
mg with Mi«» Hammond.
Cashier Assistant Cashier
SVill Hinshaw returned from the Geo. W. Brentncr motored over
the summit on the Siletz road to
Siletz ItaHiu Tuesday night.
Frank iieydou’s farm Monday re
F' a lls C it y , P olk C ounty . O kkoon
in the evening. He says
Does a General Banking Business, Interest Paid on Time
not only fill» M#*W. hut
pretty cool o n the summit
too, •( th« him t.m* Advent church »cool in Gaston.
Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
about 7:0U P. M.
• ml with the tame optrttfcrtft.
Public officially connected with the Bank.
Mnraovtr, H «baoiutoly will
It E. McGee returned Thursday
not leak etther In the pocktt 0#
morning from the Pendleton round Elmo, the eighteen month old
ecu of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Keitb, i ¡bdg)dgidibdBx8>dBidBx<b*fefcd8)i)B»eBiiiBxi8idibd8xifcdRx8b<Bj(8üd8jd8bdRidfaSh<.ftd8bt8i(8bd8btI
died Monday night at 11:30 of
The body was
Mr». M. G. Fuller of Salem i»
visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Lumie
W. F. Nie hoi* has made some The deer hunters are beginning
come to the game region» in the
improvement» on his residence on to vicinity
of Fall» City to hunt, »ince
of the hunting season.
IMA aaaa »tat mm m$ ml
In order to make Yoom for our stock of New Hats
A. E. Seymour who ha» been eo- able to bag a near
arrive next week, we will continue the Special
M. L. Thompson ijouriiing in Washington returned mountains this week.
! to Fall» City Thursday.
Bank of Falls City
tita * t
* u lt.
Sale of Trimmed Hats
Fresh Bread,Cake«,Cookies, Pies,
and other bakery good», evrry day
at the FallH City Bakery.
A. W. Morgan of Portland was
lover in the Si let z Basin this week
looking after some timber.
C. M. Munson and family lelt
Wednesday for Etna Mills, Califor
nia where lie will »pend the winter.
N. G. Neswett of Blue River,
Candies, Tobaccos and Cigars, at Oregon, »on of ex-C. S. Senator
L B. WONDERLY’S
Neswett, was in the city Thursday.
D r. W . L . H o llo w a y
OF DALLAS, (iRi:.
Phone 822 .
WILL BE AT FALLS CITY HOTEL
M o n d ay . W e d n e s d a y a n d
FRIDAY EACH WEEK
Albeit Teal won the prize on
inilcli goats at the County fair.
Alius certainly produces some fine
W. b. Stevens uud wife and
Albert Teal and wife motored to
Salem Wednesday to attend the
All chronic and acute diseases
Lumber For Sale
treated. If you are afflicted with No. 2 common
any ailment call and we will talk 2x12. $4 per 1000 2x4,
G. E.. E lle .
STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP
Statement of ownership, man
agement, etc., required by the
Act of August 24 , 1912. of the
Falls City News published weekly
at Falls City, Oregon, for October
Editor and business manager, D.
f’uhlishers. D. L Wood & Son.
Owners, D. L Wood. Sr. and D.
p L. Wood, Jr.
Known bondholders, mortga
gees. and other security holders,
holding 1 per cent or more of total
amount of bonds, mortgages, or
other securities: NONE.
D. L. Wood. Editor.
Subscribed and sworn to before
me this 27th day of Sept., 1915.
F. K. Hubbard,
My commission expires Januarv
If you have a farm to rent ad
vertise it in the News. We have
inquiries for farms for rent, but as
none have been advertised we are
unable to direct them.
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A tanner living near Falls City
remarked that he made more from
a few conn than anything else on
C. T. West nnd wife left Monday
evening for Salem where they will
spend the week visiting and attend
ing the State fair.
George Htiranlin, one tune res
ident of this city, hut uow of Cali
fornia lias returned to make this
his home again.
A shower was given Miss Pearl
Titus at her home, Tuesday after
noon. Them was present about
twenty invited guests. Refresh
ments were served.
Falls City has taken her share
of prizes at the County fAir this
week. There is no better place for
diversified farming in Oregon than
in the vicinity of Falls City.
Mrs. W. T. Brown, Mrs. Emma
Hinshaw, Mrs. Frank Hayden,
Mrs. Hattie Tice and Mrs. Mary
Millet motored ta the Salem Fair
in Mrs. Brown's car, Wednesday.
Mrs. It. A. Titus and her son
Austin and friends motored over
from Falls City Sunday and visited i
a few hours at the C. A. Titus
home. They are visiting a few i
days at the Jas. Ltfiler home in
Lincoln county.—Stayton Mail.
Take Advantage of Reduced Prices
Falls City Millinery Co.
School opened Monday at the
Adventist school with an enroll T O * qBpnapnap9ÉP9ÉPsapRipqapqjP9apqBpqaptapcap;gp£apq9pqaptaptapcap<apctspqapgigpcaptgp«gpcap«k^
ment of 17. Miss Mabel Baker is
WANTED—Good Falls City pro
the teacher. This school is run Short Change Artists Come to Grief perty
in exchange for a good 160
independent of district control to; Last Saturday a couple of acre stock
accomodate those of the Adventist crooks accompanied by a female Valley south ranch
faith that do not desire to send to of perhaps no better reputation Also for sale, rent or Bend,
the public school. It appears to j blowed into Falls City and at splendid residence property cheap,
be very satisfactory to the patrons.1 tempted the short change stunt Falls City, Oreg. Apply to
upon the unsuspecting public.
J oseph M ikalson ,
Their first attempt was at the
Celebrates 78th Birthday
postoffice where one of them
I »ought 10-cents worth of postage
A birthday celebration was stamps
and gave a $10 gold piece
given at the home of Mrs. Jemi in payment
Salem was attended
ma Murphy in the Oakdale dis Mr. Mehrling rattled but failed
of the residents
trict, three miles from Falls City, and they drifted across the street
last Sunday, in honor of her 78th to the Idaho where they met
N otwithstanding the inclem in cash. They came to town
Those attending were: N. A.
ency of the weather an assembly $5
in an automobile driven by the Lunde
and family, Geo. Loftusand
of eighteen relatives gathered at aforesaid female and after this
Murphy, Cbas. Hub
the home to pay homage to one
R. H. Hall, Bert
who had passed the allotted time only a few minutes unil Bob real
W. F. Nichols
of life. At the noon hour din- ized that he had been frisked
ner was served and the guests and he sailed out with blood in
partook freely of the chicken and his eye intent upon capture. On
other delicacies that had been
prepared in a tastey manner for marshal and attempted to shang
Wm. Finley and wife and daugh
Mrs. Murphy is the mother of a glimpse of the sailing orders Lucile, Geo. Mix, M. L. Thomp
six living children, three being and get his artillery on deck son, Howard Brentner, G. D. Treat
dead, and is still hale and hearty before he slipped his cable. By and family, O. Aurland, Floyd
time they reached the garage Seymour and wife, Mrs. A. E.
and except for a few infirmities the
fleeing crooks dis I Seymour.
incident to a person so far ad appeared of in the
vanced in life, is still able to at Pat declared that eastern
they had reach
tend to attend to her household ed neutral waters and if there
Seeking a Location
was further pursuit according to
law it would be Last week two gentlemen were
There were gathered at the oc international
the aid of here looking for a location for a
casion, four generations, A pho the constable. invoke
done and dairy. They either want to rent
to graph of the group was to have chase given.
been taken, but on account of the In the meantime the crooks or buy. They stated that the
absence of a daughter, Mrs. Mat- feeling safe had stopped at Pedee range in their section was poor
and fleeced a merchant there out and they were seeking greener
tie Drumeller of Sheridian, it of
$5 and before they could get fields. This is what Falls City is
was postponed. Mrs. Murphy is under
way again the fleet from in need of—producers of wealth.
a pioneer of Polk county, coming Falls City
swooped down and
here thirty years ago. when the gathered them in. They were
before Judge Holman at
Good Bread Makers
region now known as Falls City taken
Dallas who ordered that ihey That the art of good bread mak
was a wilderness and during that make
and pay all ex
time has seen the country devel- penses restitution
not on the ing will uot be lost to Falls City
ope into progressive towns and order of their going,
but to was demonstrated at the County
fair last week. Prizes were won
The friends of Mrs. Murphy
by Lavrene Myers, Lucile Tichnor,
wish her much pleasure in the Walter L. Tooze, Jr., Lawyer, Sybil Wilson, Lorena Treat, and
days to come.
tf. Evelyne Johnson.