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FALLS CITY NEWS
WILL ENFORCE SPEED LAW
FA U S CITY LUMBER
City Marshal f’at Murphy says
COMPARY REORGANIZED that he will begin to enforce the
KALLS CITY OREGON, SATURDAY. JUNE 10, 191«
COUNCIL MEETING Ernest ERNEST
F. Bryant, oldest son of
A. M. and Susan C. Bryant was
born in Green Castle, Indiana, on
speed law, and that all parties
June 30, 1866, died in Portland,
C a p ita lit« at $ 3 5 0 .0 0 0
W ill Op ar- who are exceeding the speed limit
Oregon, June 4, 1916 at the age of
ata M ill and S to ra a t Falla C ity .
will be arrested, regardless of
years, four months and five
M a n y Q th a r Im p ro ve m e n ts
who's who. Also the shooting of
Funeral services were held
C o n ta m p la ta d .
fire crackers, pistols, air guns and
E. Church in this city
other nuisances of that kind will
The Falls City Lumber Com also be looked after and a record CITY OBJECTS TOBEINO DOG-KILLER Wednesday afternoon and inter
ment in the City cemetery- His
pany has been reorganized with will be made on the police court
Are Unequaled In Falls City.
parents moved from Indiana to
a Capital stock of $360,000 and ledger of Ones.
will be operated lender the name The speed law has been violated B o y S co u t Bu ilding W ill Be Rom odlod Nebraska when he was a mere
of the Falls City Lumber & Log by automobile drivers for some and M a d o H ab itable fo r Fu tu re child and he received his education
ging Company. It is stated that time and Mr. Murphv has decided 8aeaiona o f Alderm anio B o d y . there.
At the age of 18 years he began Large full size high grade Sour Kraut
the new company will make ex that it is about time to call a halt.
tensive improvements and mater It has been no uncommon thing The city council met Monday
ially increase the outout. Work for automobiles to go buzzing night in regular monthly meeting he was thus engaged. For 19 Fancy Table Peaches, Per can
has already begun "earing off through the Main street at 25 miles with Mayor Griffin. Auditor Mc- years he was head bookkeeper in An excellent grade Catsup, per bottle
the ground for a new pond just an hour, making it dangerous to Pherren, Attorney Tooze, Council-
lis, Oregon, where he has been 3 Packages Quaker com flakes
east of the old one and the work people crossing the street.
of grading will begin within ten The shooting of firecrackers and ner and Selig present. The var until a few months ago. Close Peanut Butter, per pound
days. The logging camps are air guns in certain parts of the ious bills were read and disposed
beginning to come to life. Work town has been a nusiance for some of. City Marshal Murphy had a service - undermined his health A very fair grade bulk roast coffee at, lb.
of laying steel on the extension time, but no complaint has t)een bill for the funeral expenses of until it became necessary for him Try White Mountain Flour, a pure
of the logging road will begin made, and no official heed ha3been two dogs, whereat Selig demur to give up his life work. He hard wheat at, per sack
leaves a mother, Mrs. Susan Bry
Monday. The company will also given.
red and wanted some information ant,
and sister, Mrs. Hoag at Sunshine Valley Flour
operate a store which, so it is re
Lentz, Ore., brother Wm. C. Bry
ported, will be open by the 1st
explained that he had executed ant
of July. If the half is true it
them at the request of the owners, of Mora, Ore., and sister,
will not be many weeks ere Falls Sunday June 4th being Mrs. and
not by the order of a drum-1'J* D M°yer of thuj «*•
City will be busy as the prover Lillie Byerly’s birthday she invit head court marshal; one being present at the funeral.
10-Per Cent Discount
bial bee and calling for men.
ed a few of her’s and Mr. Byerly’s vicious and the other crippled.
Still prevails on Ladies shoes and Oxfords. Supply
relatives to spend the day with It was decided that there might
SOMETHING IN A NAME,
INJURED BY PASSING AUTOMOBILE them. A bonteous repast was be some responsibility in regard
E. K. Piasecki, Democratic your shoes needs.
served at noon and an enjoyable to the vicious dog, but there was candidate for District Attorney
i d S am p so n Ru n Dow n b y an A u to m o time was had by all.
Ihere were objections to bearing the expenses has concluded that there issome-
bile on M a in S tre e t and Le g
four gene ration represented among of the crippled one. M. L. thing in a name, and as he has
■ ro ke n and O th e rw is e S ad ly
the guests. She received many Thompson volunteered to pay the one that causes people to set up
B ru is e d .
nice presents. The invited guests: expense of the crippled dog as and take notice, and for fear that
Selig’s Cash Price Store,
Mr*. A. Byerly, Mrs. Bell Blake, bis car had run over it
someone might suspicion that he
On Friday night of lapt week Miss Maud Byerly and Helen There has been some difference [g a foreign nobleman or a spy,
as Ed Sampson was starting to Blake of Dallas. Mrs. Rose, Sam in opinion as to whether the fees has devoted considerable space in
Meeting and Beating Competition".
cross the street in front of the Hastings and wife, Vera and Opal collected by the city marshal for the Dallas Itemizer to inform the
old pool hall he was knocked Hastings, Russ Ostrander, Leroy impounding stock should be paid electorate that it was acquired in
down and run over by an auto Byerly and wife, Glen Byerly and into the city treasury or be con-1 an honest and praiseworthy man-
mobile, his right leg broken above wife and children Edna and Net cealed about the person of the mer. However unfortunate it
the ankle, a cut about the head tie, Mrs. Herbert Byerly and little
marshal. It was found by may be to bear a foreign name
and otherwise badly bruised. daughter Margarette, Mrs. Edna city
a late ordinance, ¡n these troublous times he is
The auto was owned by Robert Turner, Mrs. Nan Hedgepath and that the reading
was enti- clearly innocent. However, there
Wonderly, just recently purchas children Homer and Welhm of Air- tied to such fees.
is yet another name that he bears
ed, and was driven by his son, lie and Walter Thrasher of this The water board reported
that was acquired by his own
Emerson who was just learning. city.
volition that is likely to cause
Charlie Hartung, agent for the
much grief and ultimately
machine was with young Won PLEASANT SOCIAL AFFAIR.
at the polls in Novem-
derly at the time of the accident
Every Housewife or
is the name, Demo-
Mr. Sampson is reported to be One of the most pleasant occas Four .members of the Dallas crat.
Mother is ever under
getting along very nicely, but ion of the season took place at city council met with the city j
bones of men having passed the Selig’s hall Tuesday evening. The council to enter into some ar-! E.R. Lewis
and wife have re-
that Nervous Strain,
meridian of life do not knit so occasion being an entertainment rangement whereby the city of turned to Falls City.
readily as the young, and it is given by Miss Bertha Frink and Dallas could obtain rock for street ^ q Fleming and family moved
which so often results
likely that it will be a long time Mrs. Netta Gilbert for the Art purposes. The halls City council to Tillamook this week,
in Headaches, Dizzy
before he recovers entirely.
Club and its invited guests. Forty- proposed to sell them an undivid- j
people were present and all enjoy ed one-half interest in the quarry
the evening playing games and for $500. This appeared to meet Salem visited friends here this
Depression and other
dancing until a late hour, when a wüh the approvafof the members week-
Henry W. Bancroft was born supper
in New York August 8, 1846.
--------------------- probable that such deal will be this city Thursday transacting
Enlisted June 1863 in the Union
army and served six months, be The County Republican Central made at an early date.
Mr an(J Mrg Sam Tether0W)
ing discharged Feb. 1864; re-en Committee met in Dallas last Sat franchise was deferred and Mon-1 Mjgs
Barbara GjIbert and Miss
listed Aug. 20 of same year and urday to plan to do battle to the
Democrats in the coming affray.
served until June 3, 1865.
Hammond attended the Farmers
At the close of the war he set J. C. Talbott was elected as chair consideration of that and any Union at Bridgeport Tuesday even
tled in Ohio and later moved to man and J. C. Hay ter of Dallas as other question that might arise. ing.
Michigan and resided there for secretary. It is intended to re C. L. Hopkins and I. G. Single-
several years, coming to Oregon lieve all Democratic office holders ton were authorized to remodle j
in 1898. He departed this life in the county from active duty the Boy Scout building and make i NOTICE OF SALE ON EXECUTION
June 1, 1916. He leaves a wife and place Republicans in their it habitable for future meetings By virtue of a writ of execu- j
and four daughters; Mrs- Dora stead. Judging from the regis ot the aldermanic body.
Skidmore of Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. tration reports this should not be At the May council meeting a tion against the real property --v
the 40 f t strip of land released
Callie Heller, Paulding county, difficult to do. There is no excuse motion
for railroad purposes, as des
Ohio; Mrs. Edna Geiger of Port for a Republican voting for a license
in an instrument executed
land, Ore.; Mrs. Thersa Tichenor Democrat just because he is
H. Boals and recorded on
of this city; and four brothers: good fellow, when there is an
Absalom Bancroft, Toledo, Oho; equally good Republican candidate maker of the motion forgot to undersigned sheriff of sai d Land Claim of John Sheldon and page 428 of volume 3 of the Rec
designate to whom payment County directed, for the enforce- wife. Notification No. 6832, Claim ord of Satisfaction of Mortgages
John Bancroft, Los Angeles, Cal.; for the office.
should be made and consequently j ment of a decree of foreclosure No. 41, in Township 8 South, of said County.
Daniel Bancroft, Evart, Mich.;
Wilfred Bancroft of this city; and That misfortune never comes. no warrant was . drawn. At
, this and sale given and made by the Range 6 West of the Willamette Notice is hereby given that on
three sisters; Mrs. Sarah Ury, Bingly has been verified in the re- mee*-’n8 a motion was made that Circuit Court of the State of Ore- Meridian, in the County of Polk MONDAY, the 19th day of June.
Defiance, O.; Mrs. Claraiva In cent English disasters. Following ^ , 'n Question be refunded to gon for said County of Polk on and State of Oregon, and bound- 1916, at the hour of one o'clock
man, Portland, Ore.; Mrs. Ma*y closely upon their naval defeat Hev- Warren. The ordinance re the 16th day of May, 1916, in a ed and described as follows, in the afternoon of said day, at
Crossland, Defiance, O.; and six comes the greatest blow, the loss ^ ,atin8 to 8Uch concerts was certain suit in the said Court to-wit: Beginning at a point the front door of the County
grandchildren and one great of Lord Ketchener, the mainstay! a«ain discussed and an opinion wherein John T. Hughes was which is 32.00 chains South and Court House in the City of Dal
of the British empire. The signal | rendered that the city was acting plaintiff and Alvah G- Lineback, 25,00 chains West from the North las, in said County, I will sell the
defeat of her navy in the North within its rights in assessing Rida Lineback, Alex C h r i s t , east corner of said Claim; thence real property hereinabove des
The “neautral” press of the Sea has given her most ardent ad such license and on vote the mo Rina Christ, Walter L. Tooze and South 18 80 chains; then,«e West cribed at public auction to the
Phil Arthur were defendants, 5.00 chains; thence North 18.80 highest bidder for cash on day
United States have realized con mirers a creeoy feeling that Eng tion was lost.
Register No. 4813), which de- chains; thence East 5.00 to the of sale, subject to redemption in
siderable difficulty in persuading land’s proud boast of being the,
themselves that England was real mistress of the sea would be hotly Rev. Warren was a Black Rock cree was given in favor of said place of beginning, c ontaining the manner provided by law, for
plaintiff and requires the pay- 9.40 acres, more or less ; subject, the purpose of satisfying the
ly licked in the recent naval bat contested. The loss at this time visitor Friday,
tle. They have finally consoled of Lord Ketchener gives her a Miss Gwendolyn Hooker of Dal- ment of certain sums of money, however, to the rigl it of the said decree, with interest and
viz.. $637.58, with interest there- public to travel and i jse. as an costs of sale.
themselves by saying that Ger setback from which it will require iaa ia visiting here,
at eight per cent per annum open and unobstruc teri roadway, Dated this 17th day of May,
many has lied about her losses. much effort to rally.
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Misses Cleo and Martha Walker
from May 16, 1916, until paid, I j a strip of land 20 fe< it wide off 1916.
That is probable, and it is also
JOHN W. ORR.
probable that England has stretch Miss Edith Johnson has gone to of Salem are visiting at the Reese | am commanded to sell at public the North side of sa id parcel of
home this week.
auction in the manner prescribed 'and; and excepting* therefrom Sheriff of Polk County, Oregon.
ed the truth in some of her details. Portland.
City Dad* Hold High Carnival Mon
day Night. Four Members of
Dallas Counoil In Attendaaoo.
Make Deal for Interest In
O ur Grocery Prices