Falls City news. (Falls City, Or.) 190?-19??, August 26, 1916, Page 4, Image 4

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Saturday, August 26, 11*16
THE FALL8 CITY NEWS.
l.eonard Frink received a very
THE HIKERS
IHiinful injury to his left thumb
Wednesday, August Hi, 1916,
Thursday while splitting kindling. promptly at 7:48, A. M., a party
has nothing to do with your
He was holding a block of wood of fun-kiving young people started
watch. Bring it to us for clean­
with.one hand and splitting with toward Black Rock. A suitable
The beet »how at the Gent tonight
ing and overhauling. All work
tin* other. The end of the ax camping ground was selected on
guaranteed, prices most reason­ Walter L. Tooie, Jr., Lawyer, handle struck the splitting block
the outskirts of the city. Of
Dallas, Oregon.
tf.
able.
causing him to strike his thumb, course camp life proved to bo too
N. A. Lunde was in Portland inflicting a severe gash and break­ tame for snipe and the city was
P E R S E Y , T h a Je w e le r,
ing the bone, it necessitated sev­ explored. The swinging bridge
Tuesday.
Falls City. Oregon.
eral
stitches to close the wound, i was exciting to those who had
Wm. Estelle has purchased a
1917 Ford.
Walter Inch and his surveying never had the privilege of cross­
ch iro practic
|
crew
of Hoskins were here this ing one. The first night was en­
Mrs. A. B. Allen went to Port-
week
“ witching” for water to sup­ joyed, all slept well. The next
I land Tuesday.
DR. VV. L. Holloway
ply
the
mill pond. Evident alb' day three of the more adventur­
Mrs. Harris and Eva were in
CHIROPRACTIC
their
"Peach
limb” pointed toward ous ones crossed a high trestle,
win > » a t F*1U C ity H otel
, Dallas Wednesday.
the Luckiamute as they made a j this was thought to lie quite a
M O N PA Y, W EI X ESP AY » n o F R ID A Y
Business is picking up—a street
A ftern oon s o f K ieh W eek.
survey from the mill pond running { stunt and these three were herald­
. preacher in town this week.
down Bridge Street to South Main ed for their bravery. Besides a
Mrs. Ted Cockran was down and thence toward the river above few humps and scratches and la*
; from Black Rock Wednesday.
the falls.
ing called "Falls City Prunes."
Mrs. Robert Wonderly returned
etc.,
( hut we certainly are not
Its up to the Observer to get
from the homestead Tuesday.
Black
Rock Peaches,) all had a
some more “ inside information” in
Ellison is cleaning out the pond regard to the starting of the mill. glorious time and thanked their
We have a full line of guar­
above the electric light plant.
Its last venture on the subject chaperon Mrs. Lane. All reached
anteed hot water bottles and
Mrs.
A.
E.
Seymour
visited
in
was that it would start September home Friday afternoon.
fountain syringes of all sizes
Black
Rock
the
first
of
the
week.
1st. It reminds us of the old fel­ Those participating were:
and prices. If you need a
Mesdamcs I ¿me, Howell, Wingo
Harvey Montgomery and wife low who was going to have things
good hot water bottle let us
Gottfreid;
Masters Glenn Wingo,
have moved over from Sheridan. happen on the change of the moon,
show you one.
Ira
Lane,
Revelle and Wilbur
We have bought some new
Born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. with a proviso that it might hap­ Howell: Misses Chloral Romellia
rubber goods at a low price
J. C. Taylor of Black Rock, a son. pen three days before or after the
and LaVita Howell. Ruby and
and therefore our prices are
For Sale—32 yards hit-and-miss change. As the moon changes Hazel Wingo, Viola Lane, (Hive
much lower this year. They
carpet Mrs. W. B. Gibson. Phone every seventh day there was little Deal.
(By D*. H \)
danger of his missing his predic­
are guaranteed one and two
314.
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tion very far. If the Observer
years.
Several auto loads left Wednes­
will just continue predicting it will
day morning for the Indian Fair
undoubtedly hit it.
‘‘W h at C ongress has
at Siletz.
done co n cerning a
DRUG STORE.
Mrs. Clay Oxford and son left
WILL MAKE REPRISALS
Thursday for a few weeks visit
Secretary Josephus Daniels has |
at Newport.
served
notice on the Suffragists
Mrs. John Hughes was down
that
should
they carry on a war
from camp Wednesday and re­
and w hat people ara
against
Wilson
because of his re­
turned Thursday.
th in k in g about i t "
fusal to endorse woman suffrage
U n til
For sale cheap, two good young that reprisals in the way of block­
a s r a f l s c t s d In
Editorial C o m m e n t
cows, one giving good flow of milk ing all legislation favoring it might
now. J. 0. Miekalson.
be expected *of the Democratic
This is the title of a booklet
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies.Pies party.
B u s in e s s Is F a i r
we have prepared. We
and other bakery goods, every day
«hall be glad to send
• copy free to any
at the Falls City Bakery.
HOLINESS CONVENTION
on# interested.
But I want more. Mater­
C. E. McPherren and wife and
A Holiness Convention will b e!
ials have raised. I am will­
Dana McPherren and wife return­ held in the M. E. Church on the
Bethlehem S teel Co.
ing to
ed Sunday from Newport.
Sou th B eth leh em , Pa.
28th, 29th and 30th of August.
Mrs.
L.
M.
Robinson
and
the
There
will
be
present
a
number
of
S p lit M y Profits
Treat girls and Ruth Gottfreid re­ speakers and singers. Hours of
on a cash basis. Thanking
turned Wednesday from Newport. services: Morning prayer meeting
you all for your past patron­
Mr. and Mrs. R. Paul and chil­ 6:30 A. M.; Afternoon meetings
age.
dren and Mrs. Bradley and chil­ 2:30 P. M.; Evening 7:30 P. M. ;
dren left the first of the week for Get right with God. Everybody
Newport.
welcome.
A. G. ATWOOD, Dentist
In its Six Schools and Forty-eight De­
Lost—Ladies cravenett raincoat
p artm ent. is engaged in the great work
Across from Selig’s store.
oi uniting L earning and Labor.
and man’s stiff hat on Siletz road.
BROKE FRONT AXLE
F orty-eighth School Year Opens
Finder notify A. S. Campbell. Dal­ Last Saturday Walter Inch, en­
SEPTEMBER 18, 1916.
las, Oregon.
gineer for the Valley & Siletz rail-; D egree
requiring a four year
William Finley of Portland was road and his crew of helpers were high school C ourses
preparation, are ollered in
ni the city this week packing up driving along the highway be­ the following:
his things to go to the hop yards tween Hoskins and Independence, A GRICULTURE, 16 D epartm ents;
COM M ERCE, 4 Departm ents; E N G IN ­
at Independence.
at a rate of speed of about five or E E R IN G . « D epartm ents, M IN ES, 3
D epartm ents; FO RESTRY , i D epart­
Mrs. Ward and Miss Hammond six miles an hour when the front m
ents, H OM E ECONOMICS, 4 Depart
who went horseback over the wheel of the Ford quit company m eats; and PHARMACY.
V o c a t i o n a l C o u r s e s requiring an
mountains to Norton last week with its fellow and there was a E ighth
Grade preparation for entrance
returned Thursday.
sudden mix-up. Walter Inch got are offered in A griculture, Dairying,
Commerce, Forestry, Home Makers, and
There will be preaching at the off with a broken collar bone and Mechanic Arts. Pharm acy with a two-
Christian church Sunday after­ a few bruises. Slim Hull is nurs­ year high school entrance requirem ent.
SCHOOL O F M U S IC .-P ian o , String,
noon at 3 o’clock. Rev. McConnell ing three broken ribs and R. Mc- Rand
and Voice Culture.
Kinnev
has
a
lame
back.
There
Catalogue and beautiful illustrated
of Dallas will officiate.
were two others in the car but j booklet free.
Chas. Hartung, Mrs. Edith
Address T hk R k o ist r a r ,
Headquarters for Candy and Cigars
escaped without injury.'
1 w-7-15 1# to » 7 1«)
COK VAI.US. ORKOOg
Brown,
Mrs.
Wm.
Hinshaw,
and
WEATHERLY CONFECTIONERY.
Col. Matthews left Thursday for
the Siletz to attend the Indian
Fair.
The City Council met Monday
night and passed resolutions au­
Tor
thorizing the sale of one-half of
A u g . 2 4 , 2 5 and 26
the city rock quarry to the City
of Dallas.
The Greatest
Celebration
in
Years
Prof. E. M. Haley was in the
j
city Tuesday and Wednesday. He
Coos
Bay
County
invites
the
was on his way to Carlton where
world to celebrate the coming
he is Principal of the schools. He
of
the railroad. Hospitality is
has been engaged in building a
the
Keynote of this celebration
Candies, Tobaccos and C igars'at school house at Orton.
PROGRAM
Charlie Hads, a 17-year old boy
L. B.^WONDERLY’S
employed at the W. V. L Co.,
N O R T H B E N D D AY
cookhouse at Black Rock was in­
Aug. 24th
a Beware of Ointments f o r
jured Tuesday evening by cutting
Isanti Concerts—Speaking Ceremonies—Dedication Simpson Hark
Catarrh That Contain Mercury
Street Carnival—Water Sports—Parades—Driving Goldenspike.
■a mercury will surely destroy the sense his hand with a butcher knife. He
of smell and completely derange the
whole system when entering It through .va 3 slicing cheese and his hand
C O O S C O U N T Y DAY
the mucous surfaces Such articles should slipped causing him to cut himself.
never be used except on prescriptions
Aug. 25tli
T H E WAR
T IM E T O IR R IG A TE
It is getting the time of year you will need
to irrigate your lawns ami gardens. To do
this you will need u good hose We have
them and will sell them at reasonable prices
S E E OUR L A W N
m
MOWERS.
J. C. TALBOTT
i
•fkì
;$ÊÊi
- .';V
Rubber Goods
ISN'T HE THE HANDSOME MAN!
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TH O M PSO N S
Government
Armor Plant
Septl 10', 1916
Uniting Learning and Labor
THE OREGON
AGRICULTURAL COLLECE
Coos Bay
B oost
Railroad Jubilee
^
from reputable physicians, as the damage
they will do Is ten fold to the good you
can possibly derive from them. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. $.
Chenev & Co., Toledo. O., contains no
mercury, and Is taken Internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous sur­
faces of the system. In buying Haifa
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the cenu-
i. It 1s taken Internally and made In
ledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney A Co. Tea-
lonlals free.
Sold by Druggists. Pries 75c per bottta.
Take Ball's Family Pills tor constipation.
E
Mrs. Norris visited the hospital
at Dallas Friday.
Rev. W. A. Waiter formerly
pastor of the Free Methodist
church at this place but now sta­
tioned at Woodburn was here this
week attending quarterly confer­
ence.
J. R. Williams, a street preacher
of the Apostolic Assembly of Pen­
tecost Faith is in the city this week
preaching fire and brimestone and
damnation to those who don t get
salvation. Wednesday night he
scored the churches and its minis­
ters and the town people for the
conduct of the children toward
him during his sermons. He says
that he can make it rain or shine
through his faith in God. He pre­
dicted that destruction would come
upon this city as it did upon San
Francisco and other places if the
people did not repent of their sins.
He will open a mission here if he
can raise funds to pay the rent.
M A R S H F I E L D DAY
Aug. 26th
Industrial Parade—Water Sports —Auto Racing—Illuminated
Launch Parade—Fireworks-Dancing—Horse Raring.
On Sale Aug. 21 to26inc.
Return limit Aug. 31
Ask local Agent
John M. Scott, Gen. P. Agt.
Portland. Oregon
THE "GREATER OREGON”
j W ith n r w liu lld ln c« , h a l ie r w j u l p m m l . a n d
!] m i * it f a d d i t i o n * t o I t* f a t u i t y , t h e t n l * e r « l f »
j o f O r e g o n w i l l b r a i n It* f o r t y f l r t t r e a r , T ***••
j t i n y , H e p t p m h e r I V I t 10.
'] Apr« l a l t r a i n i n g I n f o m m e r r r , . V n u r n a l l a m ,
1 A r r h l l r i ’t u r r , l a w , M r < l l < ' l n r . T * a 4 l i l n a . L i b r a •
j r y W o r k , M u » l e . f ' h y n l i a l T r a i n i n g a m i Fin*»
j A rt*. l./ ir g e « m l « « ru n e d e p a r t m e n t * o f l ib e r*
'i a ! M n r a t l o n .
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L i b r a r y of m o r n t h a n ( 1 1 . 6 0 0 v o l u m e « , f l f .
J ta rn b u ild in g * fu lly « u o lp p e d . tw o ap lrm ltd
| j r y m n a e l u i n «.
I
T u itio n f r e e . P o r m llo r la « for n u n a n d for
w o m e n . K i p e n i 'i i l.o w rat.
W rit« for f r o o ra ta lo r« .a d d rr ra ln « lir g U t r a r
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
EIIA K N E , O il TOON
Coos
Trips t>y rail and boat to Coquille, Bandon, Myrtle Point, Powers,
Coos Bay, Mussell Reef, Sunset Bay. Cape Arago, Sea food dinner
at Charlestone Bay. Fishing at Lakeside—Launch trips on C«os
Bay.
Low Round Trip Faros
—Lanning in Provldsnca Bulletin.
SOU TH ER N
P A C IFIC
L IN E S
flfo® IboraQia
Over-work, worry and
the constant strain of a
business life are often
a cause of much trouble.
Dr. Miles* N ervine
is highly recommended
for all Nervous disor­
ders. It is particularly
invaluable to business
women. Regulate your
bowels by using
D R . M ILES*
LIVER PILLS
IF
FIRST
f a il #
to
MOTTLE,
b e n e f it
OR
BOX,
you ,
your
MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED.
NERVOUS ATTACKS.
"I suffered with n.rvoua a t­
tacks and headache*. Then isy
liver got out of order and It
aeemed aa though mjr whole
system v a i upaet.
I com­
menced using Dr. Miles' Nenr-
Ine and alto took Dr. Mllee’
IJ^er Pllta and now I feel per­
fectly well In every way. My
bowela alao are In good ahapa
now.”
_
MRS. AUGUSTA KBISBR.
114» Portland Ava..
R o c h e ste r. N. T.
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