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Patunlav, July 22, 1916
TOR FALLS C m r HEWS
We have a full line of guar
anteed hot water bottles and
fountain syringes of all sizes
and prices. If you need a
good hot water bottle let us
show you one.
We have bought some new
rubber goods at a low price
and therefore our prices are
much lower this year. They
are guaranteed one and two
TH O M P SO N S
BE H O N E S T
Did You Ever Enjoy
Your doctor knows that one-
haif of the sickness is caused by
bad teeth. If you want to save
money, save pain, save sickness,
have those teeth fixed right now.
A. G. ATWOOD, Dentist
Across from Selig’s store.
Rev. Warren of Salem visited in
the city Friday.
M. L. Thompson and family
went to Portland Wednesday.
Mrs. E. E. Penn is visiting at
Jack Wagner’s home this week
A. E. Trask has been visiting at
the home of C. H. Trask.
Mrs. Winnie Braden of Dallas
was in the city Wednesday.
Gladys Estey visited her grand
mother in Portland this week.
Mrs. Fritz Droege and son Nor
man were in Portland this week.
Mrs. D. J. Grant went to Dallas
Friday to visit with Mr. Grant’s
Mrs. Emma Hinshaw went to
the Siletz Basin to cook during
Messrs Dorman, Moyer and
Bancroft killed a very large coon
Joe Hudson is wearing crutches.
Sprained his ankle getting off a
Walter Black sprained his back
while lifting timbers at the mill
James Lee cut a bee tree Sun
day and secured a nice lot of
Miss Emma Russell of Wilbur,
Oregon is visiting her sister, Mrs.
C. J. Bradley.
Mrs. Johnson of Portland is
visitinsr at the home of Mrs. Claude
Ellison this week.
Allie Teal had a streneous time
Sunday getting snapshot pictures
of his Swiss goats.
Mr. and Mrs. Welty of Hubbard
were visiting at the home of War
ren Ward Friday.
Sixty-nine acres of land in
Michigan to trade for Falls City-
property. G. D. Treat
Normal and Vivan Holman of
Dallas were visiting at the
Tetherow home Sunday.
Fresh Bread,Cakes,Cookies, 'ties,
and other bakery goods, every day
Headquarters for Candy and Cigars at the Falls City Bakery.
Richard Paul has the contract
for painting the school house. The
paint arrived Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gage have
returned from Idaho where they
have been visiting relatives.
A black stalion horse for sale or
will trade for a mare. Harry
Welton, R. 2, Dallas, Ore. 12-22.
Mrs. Nita Gilbert returned Mon
day from Portland where she has
been spending two weeks visiting
Candies, Tobaccos and Cigars, at
Free Methodist Church
Sunday School. 10 A. M.
Preaching 11 A. M.
Class Meeting 12 P. M.
Evening Service 7:30.
N. W elter , Pastor.
M. E. Church
Sunday School 10 A. M.
Morning Service 11 A. M.
Junior League 3:30 P. M.
Epworth League 7 P. M.
Evening Service 8 P. M.
Week Day Services
Prayer Meeting. Friday 7:30
Teachers Training Class, Friday 8
W. J. W arren , Pastor. •
J. Harvey Montgomery, former
AMELIA LEWIS MARRIED
ly of this city but now of Sheridan
and Miss Amelia Lewis of that S h o rid a n Y o u n g L a d y B a o o m a a B rid a
city were married last Friday.
a f F o r m a r O a lla a B a a id a n t.
Loganberry growers complain
that they are not able to dispose
Miss Amelia Lewis, daughter
of their berrier to the juice plants
of Mrs. Eliznlieth Ijewis. was
in less than ton lots and are very
united in marriage Friday even
much disgusted with the business. ing at 8:30 o’clock to Harvey J.
The planer shut down Monday Montgomery, formerly of Dallus,
afternoon on account of the brick at the home of her mother in
lining of some of the boilers fall north Sheridan. The ceremony
ing in. The wall was repaired was performed by P. M. Church
and work resumed Tuesday after man, justice of the peace. The
young couple will make Sheridan
Premium Lists of the Polk Coun their home, the bridegroom hav
ty Fair have been sent out. The ing employment with the Sheri
printing was done by the Obser dan Lumber Co. Their home will
ver and is a good job; but does be at the W. H. Thornton resi
not come up to the specifications dence where housekeeping rooms
have been secured. —Sheridan
sent out when bids were asked.
W. B. Stevens and wife and
Alex Stevens and wife and Judge
Teal came in from Portland Wed
nesday evening. The Judge had
It is scarcely to be expected
some business he had to transact that Secretary of the Treasury
and they brought him over in their McAdoo will agree with anybody
else as to the exact condition of
On Sunday next the 23d, the the Treasury at any particular
Rev. G. H. Bennett, D. D. of Dal time, but he certainly ought to
las will preach in the M. E. Church be able ty agree with himself.
here at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. On On June 30, 1015, he issued a
Sunday the 30th in the afternoon, statement saying that the excess
an open air meeting will be held of ordinary expenditures over re
in the park at 4 P- m. All wel ceipts for the fiscal year ending
on that date was $35,804,381.56.
A year later he issued a state
The teams and wheel scrapers ment which included statistics
that have been used on the mill for the same period, but saying
pond here were taken to the Siletz that the excess of disbursements
railroad near Hoskins Monday for the year ending June 30, 1915
where they have about ten days was $42,867,797.59. If anyone
work. The pond here is nearly is in doubt of these two conflict
completed. The sides and a few ing statements having been is
sued, let him write to the Secre
corners are to be squared up.
tary and get the statements for
June 30, 1915 and 1916, both of
which give figures for 1915. but
N. Selig, Falls City’s leading differing as above stated. What
merchant has instated an auto would Secretary McAdoo do to u
National Bank whose statements
delivery service to accommodate covering identically the same
his already large list of customers. period of time varied as much as
The truck is an A. M. F. Stude- that?
baker and was purchased in Port
We received a complimentary
ticket to a big round-up at Chicago
ELEVATED LOADING PLATFORM. to be pulled off August 19 to 27.
The proprietors of the concern
The Falls City Lumber Company only wanted half-page ad by way
have elevated the loading platform of return courtesy. Why shouldn’t
near the depot. The platform was a newspaper publisher get rich.
too low and made the loading of The recall of county commiss
logs and other articles of a heavy ioners is being agitated again. If
substance very hard. The grow they have done wrong, perhaps it
ing patronage in shipping has will have a tendency to make
them get good.
made the remodeling of the plat
What has become of our Black
form a necessity.
Magnolia Rebekah Lodge No.
140 installed officers at their regu
lar meeting Thursday ni^ht. The
following were installed: Noble
Grand, Mary Marshall; Secretary,
Jessie Moyer; Treasurer, Maggie
Mrs. J. S. Talbott and grand
Talbott; Warden, Lizzie Treat;
children returned to Portland
Conductor, Ellen HolJowell; Chap
Thursday. Josh accompanied them
lain, I. E. Tetherow; R. S. to N
as far as Salem.
G., Jennie Cobb; I. G., Geo. Tice.
Kin^, Tetherow of Spokane who
has been visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Tetherow returned
Little Miss Barbara Gilbert gave
to Spokane Wednesday.
a birthday party at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Driggs and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
daughter Marion of Gaston spent
H. Tetherow Thursday. It was
the week-end with their parents, her seventh year and seven of her
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Driggs.
little friends were invited. Games
Zimiri Hinshaw anjj family and other amusements were
came in from McMinnville the played, after which a cake with
first of the week on their way to seven little candles lighted were
the Siletz on a fishing trip.
served to the guests. Those pres
Cecil Ouderkirk and Miss Grace ent: Irvin and Catherine Elle,
Senn of this city were married at Greeta Chamberlain, Geneva Olts,
Dallas Wednesday, The young Byron Paul, Vivan Holman, Bar
people are well known in this city. bara Gilbert.
Mrs. Chloe A. Seymour and
Miss Mary Schudler who have
Seventh Day Adventist Church
been spending a few days in Falls The proposition to have the
Sabbath School 10 A. M.
City returned to West Salem Wed President appoint three men at a
Preaching or Bible Study 11 A. M. nesday.
salarly of $5,000 a year to inspect
Young Peoples Meeting 3:30 P. M.
A. E. Smith of Black Rock left the food furnished to the military
for Portland last Saturday where forces of the United States is cer
he will spend a few days and then tainly a bright idea. It would at
least furnish jobs for three more
go to Saco, Montana where he will
the “ faithful.” Three men
would not be able to inspect the
Bring or «end us your watches,
The best show at the Gem tonight jewelry, etc,, for repairing; first- salt that is used in the soldier’s
soup let alone anything of impor
W alter L. Tooze, Jr., Lawyer, class work guaranteed; charges
tance; and then what assurance
reasonable. W. A. Persey, Jeweler, would there be that they would do
R. Paul went to Tehts Tuesday Falla City.
any better than the inspectors in
to do some painting.
Mrs. Elsie Leavett and son of Oregon who are supposed to in
Miss Evu Chappell who has been Great Falls, Montana came Tues spect fruit, vegetables and dairy
day to visit her parents, Mr. and products. With the exception of
quite ill is improving.
Helen Treat spent Saturday and Mrs. J. C. Frink. They expect to their salaries they are a huge
remain six weeks.
Sunday at home.
Local News Items
M any p lan ts have th e pow er to ah lft
th e ir q u arters. T he orchid can move
one step every year, aud, although It
tak es a long tim e to cross th e m ead
ow, If th e orchid goes on long enough
It w ould move one step fo rw ard to
w ard finishing th a t long w alk every
Wig W earing Vary Old.
T he an cie n t E gyptians all wore wigs,
and th e early C h ristian s from A. D.
427 to A. D. 017 considered a false head
covering a badge o f d istin ctio n —this,
too. In d irect opposition to T ertu lllan ,
who In vain declared them devices and
Inventions of th e devil.
L ittle W ords.
O ut of the 207 w ords In A braham
Lincoln's Im m ortal G etty sb u rg speech
100 a re w ords o f only one syllable. It
Isn 't the big w ords th a t c o u n t— New
Fork H erald.
T he w orst of th e person w ith nothing
to say Is th a t he Is never happy till h s’s
said I t
TIME TO IRRIGATE
It is getting the time of year you will need
to irrigate your lawns und gardens. To do
this you will need a good hose- We have
them and will sell them at reasonable prices
S E E OUR L A W N M O W E R S .
R. E. W il l i a m s . M. L. T h o m p s o n , W. F. N ic h o l s , R. (i. W h i t e ,
Cashier Assistant Cashier
Bank of Falls City
F a l l s C i t y , P o l k C o u n t y . O k io o n
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.
FRENCH DRY CLEANING
Ladies’ White Coats, Waists and Dresses
Men’ s Suits, Overcoats and Every Form
of Wearing Apparel Thoroughly
Prices Moderate, and Charges Prepaid
PRICE B R O TH ER S
C L O T H E S SHOP.
THE HOME OF HART-SCHAFFRER I MARI CLOTHES.
D A LLA S .
Mi aatfifcrôfâD tear
hours, close and
tedious work are very apt
to result in Headaches or
other Pains. Don’t suffer.
D R . M IL E S ’
will quickly drive your
Pain away, and
D r. M iles’ N ervine
W e offer O ne H undred D ollars Re
w ard fo r an y case of C atarrh th a t
c an n o t be cu red by H all's C atarrh
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.
We. the undersigned, have known F J.
Cheney for the last 15 year*, and believe
him perfectly honorable In all buslneae
transaction* and financially able to carry
out any obligation* made by hi* firm.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE.
Hall'* C atarrh Cure la taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu-
coua aurface* of the system Teatlmonlala
aent free Price 75 cent* per bottle. Sold
by all Drugglata.
Take Hall's fam ily PHI* for coaatlpatlon.
List of Unclaimed Letters.
Leach, Mrs. Laura
Pratt, Mrs. Rosa
Harrison, W. P.
Rose, George A.
OREG ON .
will assist you by relieving
the Nerve Strain.
IF F IR S T B O X . Oft B O T T L E , F A IL S
T O B E N E F IT YO U, Y O U «
W IL L BK « C F U N D I D .
D IZ Z Y S P E L L S .
"My nervea ber am* all
worn o u t I had bad head-
arhea and aever* dlxay
aprila. I could not sleep
and my appetite was poor.
I began ualng Dr. M il's'
A ntl-Paln Pilla and they
alw ays gave me Instant re
lief no m atter what the
Then I used Dr.
Miles’ N arrine regularly
and w as aoon In perfect
MRS. B. L. TOtTNO,
»24 Pittsburg 8 t .
N e w c a s tle . P e n n
Miss Katie Barnhart spent Sat
urday and Sunday with home-
folks, returning to Monmouth Sun
Mrs. Graham visited her sun,
day where she is attending sum
Roy and family a couple of days
The Misses Anna and Marieg
Miss Nettie Graham is picking
of Sraithfield spent Satur
berries in the Pugh loganberry
day and Sunday with Katie Barn
Mrs. Leland Murphy and chil
dren a r e visiting Grandma
The farmers are busy haymak
Murphy this week.
ing, some were obliged to scatter
The rock quarry has shut down the hay to dry which was cut
for thirty days.