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S A T U R D A Y , J U N K 2. 1017
Rev. Warren and w ife of West
Salem iqauit Saturday (tight and
Sunday in this city.
Rev. W ar
ren preached at the M. E. Church
Local Nows Hont
STOP! LOOK! LISTEN!
'I liu le d h I miw ul llit* Ut'tli tonight
Mrs. Fred Deultgen ard Bob
Mina H u m Mug**** visited at I > h 1- Bennett were called to Salyrn
Wednesday morning on account
las last Saturday.
of the death of their mother, Mrs.
J. 10. Beezloy of Salt'iu was in
l-aVern Parish, who died there
thf city last Sunday.
Calf for sale, one month old.
The buying ofjiberty loan bonds
Apply ut this office.
is not tfo much of a matter uf loy
Mrs. N. N. Christy is reported alty; its a mutter of dollars and
Under the present high
to he quite ill this week.
prices, few would be able to sup
Don’t forget that on Tuesday |K>rt a family h month were they
next you must volunteer.
thrown out o f employment.
Mr. ami Mrs. Frank Ellis of
near Bridgeport were in the city
The High School will present,
‘Secretary Pro Tern” at Wagners
Chas. Trimble came in last
Saturday from Oregon City to
spend a few days.
The family of Wm. Estelle left
for Portland Thursday to attend
the Adventist camp meeting.
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies,Pies
and other bakery goods, every
day, at the Falls City Bakery.
Harold Wagner, assisted by six
other pupils of Miss Hammond,
gave a recital Friday eve of last
week at the home of Mrs. Jack
Wagner. Mrs. A. F. Courter also
assisted with a vocal number.
A fter the program a very lovely
lunch was served by Mrs. W ag
ner. There were thirty present.
THE DAVIS FURNITURE COMPANY has the most floor space
and largest stock of Housefurnishings, both New and Second-Hand
of any one in the Valley. They do a large business because they
buy for cash and get the lowest possible price.
IlE L L W A R T H
p h y s ic ia n
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A T T O R N E Y - A T -L A W
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B ool A ccom m od ation s
WE PAY THE FREIGHT CHARGES
f . Or o «o s . Prop. Is tor
We enjoy a nice business from Falls City and surrounding
country and wish to assure you we will do our best to serve you
in the best possible way.
We bought most of our stock now on hand a year ago and
therefore got ahead of the present high prices.
You get the
advantage of this in buying from us.
o f the $6.000,000
road bond presume greatly on the
ignorance of the voters when they
tell them that the bonds will not
increase the taxes. The automo
bile tax will be applied to other
expenses if the bonds fail thereby
reducing the tax. The average
taxpayer will never be able to "C
stop work long enough to even go
and look at the beautiful highway.
O. G. and W. H. Kneebone will
Mrs. Kissell, who_has been here
from Falls City June 5, in a
during the past four weeks, left
Henry Ford to tour in the Eastern
Friday morning for Portland.
States. They will go to Seattle
The Naval Recruiting car came and take the National Park High
Sunday morning according to way from there to Bismark. N.
Dak. They will stop near I^ari-
, Schedule but did not tarry long.
more, N. D. to harvest and thresh.
Arch Montgomery of Co. L was From there they will go south
down from Vancouver Sunday to thru S. Dak. and stop to visit their
visit his mother, Mrs. Addie Mont brother and friends at their old
home at Plandrean, S. D.
there thev will go to Iowa where
Bert Wonderly is preparing to
W. H. expects to husk corn until
move his confectionery into the
about Dec. 1 when he will return
building recently vacated by
to his family in Falls City. O. G.
(Pete) will go to Sioux City where
Mrs. M. J. Cleveland and her he expects to work next w inter.
two daughters left Friday after They expect to stop and pick
noon for Portland to attend the strawberries in the
Valley in Wash, as the snow in
Adventist camp meeting.
the Blue Mountains will not permit
The road bond boosters seem to travel until about July 1.
fear that the officials will not be
able to spend all the road taxes
Next Tuesday will mark the
jnless road bonds are voted.
drafting of the greatest army in
The Falls City Dramatic Club the history of nations.
will present the great melodrama, man between the ages o f 21 and
the “ Night Rider” at Wagner's 31 becomes a reservist subject to
military call as surely as the Ger
Hall on Saturday night June 16.
man reservist must answer the
Geo. W. Brentner of Newberg call o f the kaiser. It is difficult
was in the city looking after his for the average American to un
business interests. Mr. Brentner derstand that conscription is nec
is delighted with his new home.
essary or even just. It is at such
variance with his fond notions of
Mrs. Gertrude Moyer who was
a free country and “ democracy”
operated on for apendicitis at the
which he is told he must fight for.
Dallas hospital last week, is re
That this country is in danger of
ported to be getting along nicely.
invasion, or that our national hon
J. W. Mauk and Wayne Hanna or has been rumpled up is also
of the Independence High School regarded something in the light of
were here Tuesday to arrang for a ghost story. “ Freedom of the
putting on a school play Monday seas," as the term applies in this
controversy is not regarded as
being essential to the wellfare of
Mrs. A. E. Meyers o f Oretown
any considerable number, but
who has been visiting her parents
rather for a favored few, conse
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. H arris, re
quently are not over anxious to
turned to her home the first o f the
cross the seas and shed their blood
in the defense of goods and chat
In addition to an effort to import tels, or mix in the quarrels of
coolie labor a movement is being other nations. It is indeed, re-
made to suspend , the National gretable that there could not have
child labor law enacted last Sep been a better feeling between
Congress and these people before
war was declared, * that there
The members o f the Junior might be no division. The breach
League, with Miss Hammond at between the North and the South
the head held a camp-fire picnic has never been healed, altho more
on Monday eve.
They roasted than half a century has passed
potatoes, boiled eggs and served and a majority o f those engaged
bread without butter, and had a in that bitter strufc gle have pass
fine time. Mrs. Kisel entertained ed to that bourne from whence no
them by telling them o f happen traveler nas ever returned, yet
ings at the orphanage in Seattle. the spirit of resentment still lives.
JU ST A FEW PLAIN FACTS TO THE
PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY. . .
Mrs. Z. Batourney of Powell’s
camp was in the city Thursday.
We Pay The Freight Charges
Mr. ami Mrs. John Walker were
If, in times of war, the govern- j
in Newlaerg Wednesday.
ment has the right to commandeer
the mines, the rail roads, manu- j £
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Ellis of Dal
facturing establishments and food
las were in town Tuesday.
stuffs, what is to prevent the ta
Mrs. ( ¡us Anderson was down king charge o f bank deposits and
paying the dc|>oHitors in l»ond?
from Dowell's camp Monday.
Conscript the money as well as
Walter L. Tome, Jr., Lawyer
F A L L S C IT Y N E W S
forw arded lu e a d a j e r e n lo f
Feltex, Linoleum, that regularly sells for
65c per square yard, we are now selling
for 45c per square yard, all 6 feet wide.
Just think o f covering a room 12 x 12 for
$7.20. The most beautiful patterns to se
lect from. That is what our futuie buying
saves our customers. Let us help you save.
Space will not permit to give a list o f all.
D a lla s , O r e g o n
R. L. C H A P M A N
We a'.tend lo all work promptly.
OUR SECOND-HAND DEPARTMENT: —We
Ojllas and Falls City, Ore.
Ri ti. FATATE
GOOD USED MACHINES S5.00 TO $7.50.
The STANDARD Sewing Ma
chine is the best machine tor
the money today.
G . L. H A W K I N S
M O N U M E N T S
WE PAY THE FREIGHT CHARGES
always have bargains.
Right now we
have a Range all coiled for hot water and
in good condition for $15.00; others as
low as $12.00 and up to #25.00
F a lls C ity , O r e g o n
Whrre yen tan get a Shm, Hair C«t. lath
Agent far Dallas 'team Laundry
M A R B L E A N D G R A N IT E
MOW FOR ILLUSTRATION: -on Floor Covering
Bohle’s Barber Shops
$45.00 and $50.00.
M IC K A LS O N
O 's l e r in
K C AL ESTATE
K ails C ity, Oregon.
DRONR-SIS l CY ABSTRACT CO.
ft’.O M id Fireet. 0 * 1 )* «. O r e ? »* .
JOHN li. S I B ’ t Y . Menai er
Uur dbdrari pU it *« potted daily from
F o lk Cuitnljr lictTiriJi.
Tw o machines in one; both lock and chain
ON E ASY TERMS-
While they last.$9 00
Good Bed Springs 75c and up.
$1.00 and up. Couches o f all kinds.
We Pay The Freight Charges
A mark here indicates that
your subscription is delinquent.
Please call and fix it.
Yours for service,
The Reliable Housefurnishers,
Notice to Sews Subscribers
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M r. H o m o S t . k . r -
IE TO FALLS C ITY. OREGON
and Buy O rc h a rd Land
Post Office Time Card
Office hours: Daily, except Sun
day, 8 a.ui. to 6.30 p.m.
Mail arrives, from
Salem 9.00 a.ui., 6:15 p.m.
Dallas, 9:00 A. M., 6:15 P. M.
Portland via Gerlinger, train 102
11:55 a. m.
Black Rock, 1:30 P. M.
BOYS PIG CLUB
In the present crisis we can only
hope and pray, “ Oh my father,
The Boys Pig t lub organized ■ a surprise party was given to
if it be possible, may this cup
recently is begining active service, i Miss Anna Cowe, May 22. it being
pass from " this nation.
Mr. W. H. Beard o f the Bank o f j h£r 62d birthday. W e found her
Falls City proposes to furnish p igs1 busy*»but we soon got settled and
Mail closes for:
to the boys who can and will care had a very delightful time. Songs
Salem.8 50 A.M., 1 P.M. aud5:30
NOTICE TO W A T E R USERS
for them until ready for market were sung by the school children
On account o f Election Monday, or slaughter, paying the purchase
and a delicious lunch was served.
Dallas, 8:50 A. M. and5:30P. M.
and W ar Census Day Tuesday, I price at that time.
Portland via Gerlinger train 102
will not collect water rent on j were delivered Wednesday and
1 p. m.
these days but will resume on there were fifteen happy boys.
Mrs. Fred Cowe, Mrs. O’Brian, |
Rock, 1 A. M.
This will be an encouragement Mackcherry, Anderson, Batour
J. J. Sammons, Water Suyt to the boys and there are few ney, Barman. Applegate, Freer,
Mail Order and Postal Savings
families but have wastes enough Mills, G. Gardner, Barman, Tur- window doses at 6 P. M.
to keep a pig and will materially ner; Edith and Pearl Applegate;
S unday O nly
add to the food supply.
, May and Lulu O ’Brian; W. Bar-
Office hours: 9:30 to 10:30 a.m:
A pleasant surprise was given
I man, Lester Batourney, Venes
Mail arrives from Salem, 9:00
Mrs. Thos. Kneebone at her home
Mackcherry, Francis and Clay a m.
in Falls City on Saturday after
Cowe, Harold Cood, Eddy O’Brian.
Mail doses lor Salem, 8:50 a. in.
noon, May 26. it being her 63d
General Delivery Window Open
The afternoon was
From 9 30 to 10:30 A. M.
$100 Reward, $100
s|>ent in visiting, and a luncheon
Clarence Powell moved to camp
Effective March 11, 1917.
The readers of this paper will bo
pleased to learn that there is at least one
was served to the guests before Monday.
dreaded disease that science has been
I r a C. M e h r l i n g , Postmaster
they departed for their homes.
able to cure In all I s stages, and that Is
Mrs. Z. Batourney is recover Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only
positive cure now known to the medical
ing from an attack o f pink eye.
Those present were:
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
Mrs. Geo. M. Tice, Mrs. J. S. S.
Powell, Mrs. Jack Purdy, Mrs.
Ralph Brown, and daughters Ja-
nett and Louie and son Clair; Mrs.
Mary Miller, Mrs. O. J. Smith and
children, Mrs. Lenore Kneebone
and children and Percy Carothers.
Mrs. Gardner o f Falls City is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Mack-
cherry, this week.
Mrs. Applegate and family vis
ited with Mrs. Batourney, Mrs. B.
Freer and Mrs. Anderson on last
disease, requires a constitutional treat-
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken In
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system, there
by destroying the foundation of the dis
ease. and giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution and assisting
nature in doing Its work. The proprietors
have so much faith In Its curative pow
ers that they olfer One Hundred Dollars
for any ease that It falls to cure. Send
for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. ClIF.NEY A CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all Druggists, 7Sc.
Take Hall'« Family Pills for constipation.
Extra copies of The News are
printed each week, and w ill be sent
to any address desired, postpaid,
for 5 cents per copy.
Correspondents wanted in every
neighborhood in this section of tne