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FALLS CITY NEWS
SATURDAY, JUNK HO. 10.7
8LAO TO GET BACK TO OREGON
Gand Opera House Salem, Sun. Mon. July 1-2
Alva Jones, grandfather of F.
A. Jones, who has been on a busi
D. W . G R IF F IT H S $ 2 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 S P E C T A C L E
ness trip in the Dakotah’s since
the 1st of I h M November, arrived
TI ih Ui'Hl «how ut Ilia <¡uni tonight
T h e W o rld ’s
L o v e ’s S tru g g le
here last Saturday. On his re
I M T A I
turn trip he stopped at New Au
Wanted UtK) cabbage plant«.
l r f K i l i A 11 i v x t / I —
Th e Ages
G. T. Grec, Phone 271. burn, Wisconsin to visit his son
William and family. He u I bo vis
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Walter L. Toow, Jr., Lawyer ited relatives at Alexandria, Min
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nesota. He says that he is glad
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Mrs. Clay Oxford was «hopping
in Dallaa Monday.
The Government needs Farmers
attend the morning service. You A GREAT GERMAN NAVAL BASE.
The ge neral stores will be closed as well as Fighters. Two million
are^most cordially invited to attend S to ry o f W ilh e lm s h a v e n , T h a t U sed to
all day July the 4th.
three hundred thousand Acres of
¿ a a O s so lata M a rsh .
the evening service.
is one of the two
J. E. HeivJvy of Salem was in
most important naval stations of
the city last Sunday,
the German empire,” says a bulletin
U nited States. To be opened for
this year the Sunday school of the of
the National Geographic society.
Mrs. M. A. Vassall visited in homesteads and sale. Containing
Sunday School 10 a. m.
E. M. Church is making prepara
“The site of this now strongly
some of the best land left in the
Preaching service 11 a. m.
tions for a Fourth of July Picnic fortified town of 35,000 inhabitants,
and praise service 7:30 in the City Park. A cordial invi iven over chiefly to shipyards, dry-
Albert Teal returned Thursday
followed by preaching at 800. tation is extended to all regardless ocks, fitting out harbors, iron foun
ed Map, showing land by sections
from the Dallas hospital.
and description of soil, climate, Mid-week prayer meeting7:30 p.m of their church interest to enjoy dries and boiler factories, used to be
low lying, marshy tract
D. Toller made a business trip rainfall, elevations, temperature,
Everyone cordially invited to our national holiday with us. a of desolate,
laud on the edge of a shallow
to Dallas on Thursday.
etc., by counties. Postpaid One attend these services.
Between the hours of 11 and 12 inlet of the North sea known as
music will be the order, Jade husen or Jade bay, which had
Edgar N. Long, Pastor.
Walter Nichols of Sheridan was
2 is the time appointed been formed by inundations in the
visiting in town Sunday.
TENT MEETINGS IN FALLS CITT
for the picnic lunch. Let all who thirteenth and sixteenth centuries.
“In 1858, however, the nascent
Mrs. Kstey was taken to the
come bring their baskets well filled spirit of Prussianism awoke to the
Dallas hospital Thursday.
OUR HOME TOWN ENTERPRISES
with good things to eat.
fact that the kingdom did not own
In the afternoon from 2 o’clock a single inch of seacoast on the
Not every man will admit that
Oregon Champion Gooseberries
on sports of various kinds will be North sea. in order to acquire a
he is a crank. Tom Hollowell, our
for sale. F. K. Hubbasd.
indulged in, including a spirited foothold on the western shore of
gardener, says that he is a crank
the Prussian king purchased
Duck Hinshaw returned Mon and glories in the fact. Tom’s
base ball game, which will begin Europe
from the grand duke of Oldenburg
day from eastern Oregon.
at 2 o’clock. After the base ball the marsh, four square miles, upon
particular mania is for propaga
game a variety of other sports is which now stands Wilhelmshaven,
Mrs. Beard and son Harold are
the program of the committe on and the purchase price was 500,000
spending a few’ days at New Port.
sports. Come and participate in thalers (about $355,000).
ods of grafting and budding, but
o r seventeen years a large body
this Fourth of July picnic celebra of ‘T workmen
Mrs. Clara March of Corvallis found, to his sorrow, that after
was engaged at great
spent this week visiting her son spending much time and labor in
expense in building the town, dredg
Evangelist W. T. Klotzback is tion and enjoy the day.
training them in the ‘way that conducting services in a large No mid-week services next week. ing the bay and sinking piles iu the
Preaching at Black Rock next peaty soil upon which to erect the
Harry Taylor and wife left last they should go,” that a little tabernacle opposite the S. P. de Sunday afternoon at 3:00 o’clock. ' docks and shipyards. I t was a her
culean task, and frequently months
Sunday for California where he puff of wind was liable to lop off pot.
one or more of the tender bud Rev. Klotzback is a preacher of All welcome.
of labor would be wiped out in a
will work on a farm.
A. F. Hanson, Pastor. single hour by a high tide or a vio
ded branches leaving his tree lop the old Methodist stamp preach
lent storm. In the end, however,
Mi'k for sale 6cts a quart. I sided. He then decided to leave ing the doctrines of holiness and
the work was completed, and the
also have good cow pasture to rent the beaten trail of ‘book-learned’ right living as set forth by John
There is no just reason that an harbor was formally opened by King
florists and work on practical lines Wesley and his co-laborers.
out G. T. Cree, Pbone 271.
alien citizen should be accorded William, afterward Emperor Wil
and the results are that he now
Mrs. Mary Miller has traded has a fine, hardy tree rose grow His presentation of Bible truth j practically all the rights, privileges liam I., in the presence of many
British naval officers who little im
her property here for Salem prop ing from its own root and stalk is clear and forceful, carrying and benefits of a bonefide citizen agined what u momentous ceremony
and bear none of the responsibili they were witnessing, for with the
erty and moved to that city.
free from the fatal defects of the hearers. He is a man of wide ties—the draft, for instance.
dedication of Wilhelmshaven began
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies,Pies grafted or budded stock. He has experience having traveled and
in earnest the development of mod
and other bakery goods, every a very fine variety both as to size preached in many states of the
ern Germany s sea power.
“One of the odd difficulties with
day, at the Falls City Bakery.
union. The verdict of those who Unfortunately, there are also
Mr. Hollowell not only takes have heard him is that they could some people whom the war in which Prussia had to contend in
Mrs. Hagar of Monmouth came pride in his flowers, trimming the
building of Wilhelmshaven was
not afford to miss a single meet- sp ires not so much to do their the
the unfriendly attitude of the king
Tuesday to visit a few days with borders and walks with roses and
irg. If you are interested in lively
dom (soon thereafter to become a
her sister, Mrs. E. A. LaDow.
choice flowers, but is a gardner of old-fashioned revivals like they
Prussian province) of Hanover,
which refused to allow the construc
Mrs. Dick March of Sheridan no mean ability. His early vege used to have fifty years ago, come
Having gone to the ant, the tion of a railroad across its terri
was visiting relatives and friends tables supply the home market, out to the tent.
begs to report that that tory from Prussia into Oldenburg,
Meeting every evening at 7:45.
in our city during the past week. and he also furnishes many plants
and thrifty animal is so that all the material for the har
to the home gardner. In building Preaching Sunday at 11 a. m.
bor had to be shipped from Prussia
G. W. Hudson had some excep his greenhouse he has shown an
by the long sea route.
tionally fine strawberries of his enterprise that would reflect cred
“ Wilhelmshaven is less than forty
own raising on exhibition this it upon a town of greater preten
miles in an air line northwest of
The question has been raised as Bremen and is only sixty miles by
tions than Falls City. He has set
who will be in command of the rail from this great commercial cen
Rev. McConnell of Dallas will
Mrs. Ralph Hall entertained to an example that others might well
army on the western1 ter. The town is given over almost
dinner on Tuesday, Mrs. Roy Mc- to emulate—do well that which preach at the Christian Church front, the French generalissmo. entirely to the needs of the German
Sunday afternoon at 3:03 o’clock.
Murphy, Carol Hogue and Mrs. J. you undertake.
The new harbor of Wil
or General Haig or the American navy.
helmshaven has an area of 170 acres
PH T SIC 1A *
F . M. HELLWARTH
PH Y SIC IA N AN D SU RGEON
Otti on one door east ol P. O
O R lif a n d
Ko* «lem V
E. K. P IA S E C K I
At The Churches
A T T O R N E Y -A T -L A W
n > Min
jfalte<Iity>l 3 otel
FOR SALE—Two Good Milk
ALL NIGHT DANCE
Cows. Inquire of Charles Ryan,
There will be an all night dance
one-fourth mile of Bridgeport. at Wagner’s Hall on the night of
Phone White 551.
Harve Montgomery and wife of
Sheridan were here Saturday and IN INTEREST OF THE RED CROSS
Sunday visiting his mother, Mrs.
On Monday night next, the Gem
Thetre will put on Mary Rider's
The mill will close down Satur thrilling story, ‘Behind the Lines.’
day night for repairs. A week or
This is a military drama of five
ten days, it is said, will be requir acts and has to do with Mexico.
ed to do the work necessary.
The proceeds will go to the Red
Admission 15 and 25cts.
Miss Carol Hogue of Portland
who has been spending the past
two weeks with her aunt Mrs.
The members of the Dallas and
Jesse Moyer returned home on Independence K. of P. lodges paid
the Falls City lodge a visit on
Wednesday night. It was a sur
George Oman, wife and daugh
prise to the local lodge, but a very
ter, of Arcadia, California are pleasant one. They brought a
visiting this week at the home of wonderful feast for our boys and
H. Bedient. Mrs. Oman is a sis so much was left over that they
made many homes happy in our
ter of Mr. Bedient.
litt!° city t)ie next morning.
Mrs. L D. Baldwin of Veness.
The General Conference of the
Washington and Mrs. Chas Culver Adventists set aside June 23 as
of Seaside, Oregon are here this Red Cross Day and all donations
week visiting their parents, Mr. turned over to the local Red Cross
and Mrs. J. S. S. Powell.
Real Estate Agent Mickalson
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thompson, reports the exchange through his
Mildred Thompson, Miss Mary office of the Singleton property in
Hammond and Bertha Frink mo this city for Portland property.
tored to Portland Sunday. Miss
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Grier, Mr.
Mildred remained and will mak£ and Mrs. W. Belcher of Portland
a short visit.
and Mrs. C. L. Hopkins motored
While the mill is undergoing re to Dallas Friday.
pairs the workers are planning
Frank White, book-keeper for
various ways to spend the time. the mill company has moved into
Some will seek employment else the bungalow.
where. Some will fish; others will
Willis Frink and wife were in
visit and others seek to reduce the
City Tuesday and Wednes
high cost of living by cutting their
S a m p le R oom »
B est Accommodation«
F. D roege. P ro p rie to r
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Bohle’s Barber Shops
F a lla C i t y , O re g o n
Where yea tas tel » Shi ve. Isle Cat, Bath
est fer Dallas Stesi* la ia try
Bu I«* t e r t r a t d t G J u ea d a y e v ening
G. L. H A W K I N S
MARBLE AND GRANITE
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D allas, Oregon
R. L. C H A P M A N
We attsnd to all work promptly.
Dallas and Falls City. Ore.
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H EA L ESTATE
F a lls City, Oregon.
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JOHN ». SIBLEY. M enar*'.
Our ab stract p lan t *• p itte d dally from
Polk County Record».
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M. E. CHURCH NEWS
Sunday School 10:00
Morning Worship 11.
Junior League 3:00.
Epworth League 7:00.
Evening Service 8:00
W EEK-DAY SERVICE
Gospel Chorus 7:30 p. m. Tuesday
Prayer Meeting 8, pm Wednesday
The losing side of the Epworth
League membership contest gave
a social last Friday evening to the
winners, on the church lawn.
There was a good attendance and
all report a good time.
Next Sunday morning the serv
ices will be of a patriotic nature,
both in the Sunday school and the
preaching service. The church
will be appropriately decorated
for the occasion. The subject for
Sunday morning service will be
‘‘True National Greatness.” At
tend the Sunday school next Sun
day morning and remain for the
after service. The pastor and
the congregation extends to you a
most cordial invitation if you are
not attending elsewhere.
The Epworth League meeting
for July 1st will begin promptly
at 7 o’clock. The subject for next
Sunday’s meeting is America for
Come out to the evening service.
Let us sing your favorite hymn at
the song service next Sunday
night. May be that you cannot
Mr. H o m e S e e k a r-
$100 Rew ard. $100
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T ake H all’s F am ily P ills for con stip atio n .
THE CONDITION O r THE
Bank of Falls City
at F alls City, in th e State ol Oregon, a t
the close of business Ju n e 30, 1917.
Loan*< and d isoountt
Bonds t n d w arra n ts
F u rn itu re en d fixtures
Due from b an k ) (not reserve banks)
Due from approved reserve banks
Check* and other cash item s
Cash on band
C apital stock pstd In
U ndivided profit!*, less expense*
and taxes paid
Postal savings bank d e
In d iv id u a l deposits sub*
Ject to check
Dem and certificates of
Time sn d S avingsdeposits 6.626.90
T otal ,
State ol Oregon) . .
County of Polk) **•
I, W H. Beard. Cashier ol th e above-nam ed
bank, do solem nly swear th at the above sta te
m ent Is tru e lo th e best ol my know ledge end
W H BEARD. C athier.
Subscribed end W o rn to before me tb it 37th
day of Ju n e. 1917.
[L. 8 ]
F. K. HUBBARD
N otary Public
Com m ission expires Ja n 6 t t , 1930.
C O R R E C T -A ttest:
M. L. Thompson,
Ir» C. Mehrling
E G. White.
! C O M E TO FA L LS C IT Y . O R E G O N ]
If T h j r e Ba Eel* In t h e Mud.
e n d Buy O r c h a r d Land
No matter how deep and muddy a
hole be, if it be known that eels are
to be caught there, the people will
get into the mud and search for
Post Office Time Card
them. So, no matter where you
were born or how lowly your station
Oflico hours: Daily, except Sun
in life may be, if you arc men of
character, scholarship and ability, day, 8 &.m. to 6.30 p.m.
you will be sought after.—Ninomiya
Mail arrives, from
Salem 9.00 a.m., 6:15 p.m.
T h e S p e r m W h ale'* Oil T a n k .
Dallas, 9:00 A. M., 6:15 P. M.
Professor R. C. Andrews believes
Portland via Gerlinger, train 102
that the oil tank in the head of the
11:55 a. m.
sperm whale is a provision of nature
Black Rock, 1:30 P. M.
to save the monster from starvation
when food is scarce. He says that
Mail closes for:
his experiments show that the oil
8 50 A.M.. 1 P.M. and 5:30
from the tank is absorbed by the
whale’s body at times when ade
quate food is unobtainable.—Lon
Dallas, 8:50 A. M. and5:30P. M.
Portland via Gerlinger train 102
1 p. m.
Rock, 1 A. M.
Progress on the western front
is measured by corpses, not by
Mail Order and Postal Savings
window closes at 6 P. M.
S u n d a t O nly
Most consumers prefer a gov
ernment food dictator to food
ThreeJWashington farmers were
arrested and put in jail for criti
cising the governmet when asked
to contribute to the Red Cross.
It is extremely fortunate that
all the attempts to blow up the
troops have been circumvented,
Last Sunday £0 sticks of dyna
mite was found near Ft. Snelling.
Office hours: 9:30 to 10.80 a.m:
Mail arrives from Salem, 9:00
Mail closes for Salem, 8:50 a. m.
General Delivery Window Open
From 9.30 to 10:30 A. M.
Effective March 11, 1917.
I r a C. M e h r l i n g , Postmaster
Extra copies of The News are
printed each week, and will be sent
to any address desired, postpaid,
for 5 cents per copy.
A seed in the ground is worth
two thousand on the counter.