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Saturday, November 111, 1015
THE TRAIAS CITY NEWS
I*t No. 3, in Block "D ” , Original chains to the place of beginning.
City Marshal’s Sale
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OUR BARGAIN LIST OF PERIODICALS
TY>wn
of Falls City, Oregon. Own­ Owned by Alva and Rida Lina-
Notice is hereby given, That
MUSI Of PAIO IN AOVANCE.
under and by virtue of a warrant ed by W. J. Southwell. Assess­ back. Assessment: $70.10, with
for the collection of the sums of ment: Principal. $33.86. Interest interest at the rate of 6 „ ;>er an­
money assessed upon and expend­ on the sum of $83.46 from April num from September 22, 1914.
ed for the construction of certain 13, 1913. at the rate of 6‘« per * Beginning at a point which is
North 40.60 chains from the South­
street improvements, issued by annum.
west
corner of Samuel Got hard’s
Lota
7
and
8,
Block
“
R”,
First
the Auditor and Police Judge of
'N '™
A n d O u r P a p e r A ll O n e Y e a r
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D.
L
C , Tp. 8. S. R. 6. W. of the
Addition
to
Falls
City,
Ore.
Own­
the City of Falls City, in Polk
T H IS IS A R EA L BARGAIN
county. Oregon. on the 8th day of ed by Anna G. Lee. Assessment: Will. Mer., itt l\>lk county, Oregon;
November, 1815, under his hand Principal. $15.00. Interest on the thence North 76 o West 176 feet:
and name of office, with the seal sum of $40.00 from April 13, 1912. thenee North 380 feet; thence
South 70 o 30 ’ West 74 feet; thence
of the said city affixed thereto, at the rate of 6* i tier anpum.
•UÓMD
North 6lo West 96 feet to the
Ix)t9,
Block
"L”
,
Original
Town
and to me, as City Marshal of
said City of Falls City, directed, >f Falls City, Oregon. Owned by North wing of the K ranter Mill
which warrant was and is issued I. H. Wiles. Assessment: Prin­ Dam; thenee Elasterly 344 feet to
in pursuance of the provisions of cipal, $5.72. Interest on the sum a point 48.16 chains North of the
Resolutions Nos. 106,107, and 108 of $20.07 from April 13, 1913, at Southwest corner of said Gothard
D. L. C.; thence East 75 feet;
of said City of Falls City, which the rate of 6r! per annum.
thence
South 499 feet; thence West
Lot 2, Block “ B”, Montgomery’s
resolutions were duly adopted by
75
feet
to the place of beginning.
Addition
to
Falls
City,
Oregon.
the City Council of said city of
Owned
by W. H. Matthews. As­
Owned
by
W.
B.
McKown.
As­
Falls City on the 1st day of Nov­
sessment:
$90.39 with interest at
sessment:
Principal,
$0.83
with
in-
ember, 1915. and which resolutions
A C T Q U IC K L Y !
the
rate
of
6 per annum from
are duly recorded at length in the Merest at rate of 6% per annum
Send ue your order right «way, or give it to our rcpteseiiwtire, or call and »ee
September 22, 1914.
ue whea in town. It you have never tub,
- I to*our paper before, do It now »ml
Records of Resolutions of said City j lrom March 2. 1914
: .her to our [. ¡per, we urge vou
Lots 3 and 4, Block “ B” , Mont­ Beginning at a point North 40.60 get there four tnaguinet. If Tou are a reg ;<r
in the office of the Auditor and
to »end in your renewal at once, and get ti c-; ( ur mag uin ra It you air a auh-
chains
and
North
76
o
West
329
gomery’s
Addition
to
Falls
City,
Police Judge ofsaid city in said
«criber to anv of these magazine*, send your renewal order to us and we will extend
city of Falls City, and requiring Oregon. Owned by Alex Courter. feet from the Southwest corner of
your eubscription for one year.
and directing me, as such City Assessment: $1.66 with interest at the Samuel Gothard 1). L C., Tp.
T h i n l r O f If ^ ou caB
four Magazine» fo r ”3 0 ^
Marshal, to forthwith levy upon the rate of 6% per annum from 8 S. R. 6 W. of the Will. Mer., in
IIIIIIIV Ul Ilf If jroB Subscribe to our paper for one »ear.
Polk
county,
Oregon;
t
h
e
n
c
e
March
2,
1914.
the lots or parts thereof, or par­
East one-half (E l) of Lot 6. Northerly 180 feet; thence Wester­
W e have sample copies of these mag*? ¡net on dispLiy at cur offu e. Call and
cels of land upon which the above
see them They are printed on book paper with illustrated < overt, end are full of
ly
57
feet;
thence
Southerly
180
Block
“I
”
,
Montgomery’s
Addition
mentioned assessments are unpaid,
clean, interesting stories and instructive articles on History. Prime*, Art, Music,
hereinafter particularly described,:t0 Falls City, Oregon. Ow ned by feet; thence South 76o East 57
and sell the same in the manner Irving Matthews and John Begg. feet to the place of beginning.
provided for and required by law; Assessment: $8.75 with interest at Owned by Jennie M. Cobb. As­
I did, upon the 8th day of Novem-;
rate
per annum from sessment: $10.50 with interest at
• * ■ = Th« Magazines Will S to p Prom ptly. W hen TI pin I s Up
the rate of 6 per annum from
ber, 1915, at the hour of 10:00 March 2, 1914.
September
22.
1914.
Lot
1,
Block
“
P”
,
Montgomery’s
o'clock A. M., of said day, duly
Beginning at a point which is
levy upon said lots and parts of Addition to Falls City, Oregon.
lots, and parcels of land herein- Assessment: $13.65 with interest 40.60 chains North and North 76 o
after described, and did duly file at the rate of 6 per annum from West 504 feet from the Southwest
a certificate of such levy in the March 2, 1914. Owned by Irving corner of the Samuel Gothard D.
L. C., Not. No. 5280. Claim No. 48,
SAVE FROM 35c 10 $1 90.
office of the Auditor and Police Matthews.
Tp.
8 S. R. 6 W. of the Will. Mer.,
Lots
3,
4,
5,
and
6,
Block
“
P”,
Judge of said city and also in the
These prices are for year paid in advance subscriptions.
office of the County Clerk for Polk Montgomery’s Addition to Falls in Polk county, Oregon: thence
City, Oregon. Owned by Irving North 130 East 129 feet to the
county, Oregon, and I will, on
Tuesday. tha 14th Day of December. M a tth e ws. Assessment: $61.25 South bank of the Luekiamute
E’alls City N ew s.... $1.00 1 Special Price
with interest at the rate of 6ft per River; thence along said bank
S i .7 5
1915
Pictorial
Res
iew
.....
1.50
\
Westerly
to
a
point
North
129
feet
annum
from
March
2,
1914.
At the hour of 10:00 o'clock in
An acreage tract in Falls City, from the center of South Main
LINI / Speda! Price
F alls City News
the forenoon of said day, at the
$ 1 .7 5
Metropolitan
*
......
1.50
\
Oregon,
abutting
on
Bridge
Street,
Street
in
E’alls
City,
Oregon:
thence
front door of the County Court
House in the City of Dallas, in being a part of the D. L. C. of South 129 feet; thence South 76o
Fails C itf News
1.00 / Special Price
S I .75
Polk county, Oregon, sell at public i ftieodore C. Thorp, Not. No. 6742, East 60 feet to the place of begin­
Hearst’s Magazine
1.50 \
auction to the highest bidder for Claim No. 55, in Tp. 8 S. R. 6 W. ning. Owned by W. B. McKown.
Palls City News
1.00 / Special Prloe
S i . 75
cash in hand on day of sale, sub- o f the Will. Mer., in Polk county, Assessment: $23.58 with interest
Teehrflcal World
1.50 i
ject to redemption in the manner Oregon, and described: Beginning at the rate of 6 c per annum from
Falls City News
1.50 1 Special Prioe
S I .65
provided by law and as particular- -d a point which is 32 chains \V est September 22, 1914.
Mondern
Priscilla
1.00 1
Lot 11, Block “ B ”, Montgomery’s
ly provided by Section 66 of the of the Southeast corner of said
Ealls City News
. 1.00 )
Cha ter of said City of Falls City, D. L C.; thence West with old D. Addition to Falls City, Oregon.
loadies' World
1.00 , Speda! Price
S 3 .10
the said lots or parts of lots or L. C. line 450 feet to Dale Bell’s Owned by H. C. Brown. Assess­
Mother's
Magazine
1.50
6
tracts of lands against which the land: thence with the boundary ment: $24.35 with interest at the
McCall’s (freep ’trn)
50 J
aforesaid assessments are now line of feell's land South 22degrees rate of 6 per annum from Sep­
Ealls City News
1.00 4
unpaid, the description of which West about 375 feet to Mont­ tember 22. 1914.
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* S 1 -50
Boy’s
Magazine
LOO Special Price
Lots 12, 13, and 14, in Block
in particular, the name of the gomery’s line; thence with the
People’s Jlome Journ'l 50 j
owner thereof, and the amount of Montgomery line East about 475 “ B”, Montgomery’s Addition to
E’alls City News
1.00 1
such assessment remaining un- ¡ feet to the Southwest side of Tor- Falls City, Oregon. Owned by J.
S 1.75
Home Needlework
75 ! Special Price
paid, being particularly as follows, race Street; thence with the line C. and Alice Courter. Assess­
1.00
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Boy’s
Magazine
......
of Terrace Street South 19 o 40 ’ ment: $77.92 with interest at the
to wit:
Housewife
50 J
Lot 1, Block “ E”, Original Town East about 325 feet to Bridge rate of 6 £ per annum front Sep­
Falls City News ... 1.00 Ì
of Falls City, Oregon. Owned by Street; thence with the line of tember 22, 1914.
Today’s
(free pattern) 50 { Special Price
S i . 65
Lot 1, Block “K”, Original Town
F r e d S. Belcher. Assessment: Bridge Street 40 feet to the place
Housewife.............
50
Principal, $38.70. Interest on the of beginning. Owned by Alex of Falls City, Oregon. Owned by
Boy’s Magazine
1.00 J
sum of $103.13 from April 13,1912, Courier. Assessment: $23.84, with A. F. and Jeldena Courter. As­
Don't miss these bargains. Send your order in at once.
| interest at the rate of 6% per an­ sessment: $26.24 with interest at
at the rate of 6C per annum.
If
vou
do not find what you want in ihis list, call at our office,
the rate of 6/« per annum from
Lots 4, 5, 6, and 7, Block “ M”, num from September 22, 1914.
We
have
many other popular magazines that we sell at special
Original Town of Falls City, Ore­ That tract oi parcel of land be­ September 22, 1914.
prices.
Lot 1, Block “ L”, Original Town
gon. Owned by G. L. McMurphy. ing a part of the D. L. C. of John
Assessment: Principal, $57.30. In­ Sheldon and wife, Not. No. 6832, ot E’alls City, Oregon. Owned by
terest on the sum of $114.60 from Claim No. 41, in Tp. 8 S. R. 6 W. A. F. and Jeldena Courter. As­
Apri! 13, 1910, at the rate of 6% of the Will. Mer., in Polk county, sessment: $49.20 with interest at
per annum.
Oregon, and described: Beginning the rate of 6% per annum from
Lot 5, Block S”, First Addition at a point Which ¡3 35 chains West September 22, 1914.
Lot 9, Block “C”, Original Town
to Falls City, Oregon. Owned by and 8.421 chains South of the
of Falls Citv, Oregon. Owned by
Thoj. E. D.vier.
Assessment Northeast corner of said D. L.
Principal,-$22.50. Interest on the thence South 40 feet; thence Elast W. B. and Rachel McKown. As­
sum of $78.75 from April 13, 1913, 102 feet to the West line of Bridge sessment: $26.80 with interest at
street: thence North 40 feet; thence the rate of 6% per annum from
at the rate of 6% per annum.
Lots 1 and 2, Block “G”, Orig- Í West 102 feet to the place of be- September 22, 1914.
inal Town of Palls City, Oregon. ginning. Owned by C. L. Hop­ Said sale will be made to satisfy
T h o S A F E h o y a ’ m a g a zin e
Owned by Sadie F. Dwier. As­ kins. Assessment: $23.84, with the amounts respectively assessed
’ healthful
^ “ b rilflfo
" " ’ l ftP O n f y í S a y e a r
sessment: Principal, $45.00. In­ interest at the rate of 6% per an­ upon the aforesaid real property
A l !br»y fo r n ii hör», notnchnd*00f*por. T ir a n c.n
a w h lttlp , f u l l r.f ¡.i* * Tr i,
1 1 j fia ¡)r%nc** «ívcry
and now remaining unpaid as
terest on the sum of $157.50 from num from September 22, 1914.
p o n ti» . ManfyJzuiptrfBRNtr rieju f tra v i f .adven-
t u o . • t! :l ;
b id n r v , « 'i v i 1 f«, «•-rlil«*n l i /
Beginning at a point which is above indicated and set forth,
April. 18. I'.O.:. at the rate of 6%
tJV
)f
m o st
Pont--i
T boy«* «nfhors. J n jtr r ô i lto rpocfal
• r t l r f *%. f tr.® a r tic i* » e n f » o e t ball
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West 10.00 chains and South 24 with interest thereon as above
"per annum
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Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, Block chains from the Northeast corner mentioned and described from the
n -m ln r, I:j? r A m : r. »!■ 't
>| V7ou>l#rs.
“ R” . First Addition to Falls City, of the John Sheldon D. L C., No. date of such assessment, and costs
Oregon. Owned by N. Selig. As- 6832, Claim No. 41, Tp. 8 S. R. 6 and accruing costs of and upon
sessment; Principal, $45.00. In­ W. of the Will. Mer., in Polk the said warrant and the sale
terest on the sum of $120.00 from county, Oregon; thence East 5 above mentioned.
April 13, 1912, at the rate of 6 7c chains; thence South 2 chains;
Dated this 8th day of Novem­
thence West 5 chains; thence ber, 1915.
per annum.
Beginning 58.71 chains North North 2 chains to the place of be­
L T. MURPHY,
r
R e r » d b y 500 , 0 0 0 , b o y s
and 2.50 chains Eiast of the South- ginning. Owned by Sarah Line- City Marshal of the City of E’alls
**y lh*4r
ct%1%
west corner of the Samuel Gothard back. Assessment: $70.10, with City, in Polk County, State of
D. L. C., in Falls City, Polk county, interest at the rate of 6% per an- Oregon.
Subscriptions Received at this Office.
Oregon; thence East 100 feet; num from September 22, 1914.
First Publication, November 13,
thence North 435.6 feet; thence
1915.
Beginning at a point which is
West 100 feet; thence South 435.6 West 10.00 chains and South 26 Last Publication, December 11,
Walter L. Tooze, Jr., Lawyer,
Correspondents wanted in every
1915.
feet to the place of beginning. chains from the Northeast corner
Dallas,
Oregon.
tf.
neighborhood in this section ut the
Owned by N. Selig. Assessment: j of the John Sheldon D. L. C., No.
country.
Get your butter wrappers print­
on the 6832, Claim No. 41, Tp. 8 S. R. 6 We now urge all our subscribers
Principal,
ed
at the News office,
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sum of $40.00 from April 13, 1912. W of the Will. Mer., in Polk coun- to rei.ew their subscription to Tlio
at the rate of 6 c7c per annum.
ty, Oregon; thence ISast 5 chains: News and get four magazines one
The Womans World, E’arm and
Good house for sale in Falls
W e s t one-half (W$) of Lot No. thence South 2 chains; thence year for only 18 cenfs extra Home, Home Life, Household und City, part time. Enquire at News
2, and the East one half (E$) of West 5 chains; thence North 2 W R IT E OR PHONE.
the News one year for $1.18.
office.
* 1 . 1 8 FOUR MONTHLY MAGAZINES $ f . i 8
#J 8 Send Your Order Before You Forget It
THE F A L L S CITY NEWS
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employment for a number of men
and vvoinon, and would have
helped to develop« ndw lint*» of
trade The owner’s personal and
business tuxes would have meant
much within themselves.
Bear in mind that homo trad­
ing is a most vital element in
community welfare and progress.
Consider carefully the fact that
a portion oi every dollar spent in
local stores finds its way to some
essential function for thu sup-
fort and development of the
neighborhood, the general pros­
perity of which you must neces­
sarily share in.
Increased local business means
the possihilitg for securing addi­
tional modern public conven­
iences und Inxuries, additional
trading, educational, religious
und social advantages, <5>nse-
quently, increased i n d i v ¡dual
wealth and opportunity.
Your local merchants ure enti­
tled to your patronage, provided
they offer you the right kind of
merchandise at the right price,
and you owe it to yourself and
your community to extend it to
them.
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M A G A Z IN E S A T C U T R A T E S
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C O M M U N ITY 10 O PIR ATIO N
l l/
Mr. H o m o S e . k . r
G
rALLS CITV. O M Q O
m ito r*
O r c h a r d L and
and Buy
Notice to News Subscribers
A mark here indicates that
your subscription is delinquent.
I’lease call and fix it.
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Office hour»:.D aily, except S u n ­
day, 8 a.tu. to 0.30 p.tu.
Mail arrives, from
Salem 9.00 a.ui., ü;16 p hi .
Dallas, 9;0U A. M., tà'M F. M.
Portland A Eugene train 101,
11:55 a. m.
Black Rock, 1:30 F. M.
Mail closes for;
S alem ,8 50 A.If., 1 P M. and 5:30
F. M.
(tullas, 8:60 A. M. and 5:30F. M.
Eugene A Portland train 162,
I p. in.
Bluck Rock, Il A. M.
Mail Order and Fustal Savings
window closes at 6 F. M.
iiNUAv O nly
Office hours: 9:30 to 10:80a.to:
Mail arrives from baletn, 9:00
a m.
Purtiuhd A Eugene tenni 101,
11:55 a. tu.
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lùigeue & Portland train 102, 1
p. ui.
Effective Oct. 20, 1915.
I ha C. M khhlinu , Postmaster
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Causes Serious Illness
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to almost innumerable complica­
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other severe dis­
eases are trace­
able to p ro lo n g e d
clogging of the
bowels. RegarJ-
th e effects o f
c o n s tip a tio n ,
C.
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S t . , Montpelier,
V t., s a y s :
*
“ i * m afflicted
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