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BATURDAY, JULY 7, 1017.
FAUÆ CITY NWWS
Harry Krebbs. wife and child Celebrale Golden Wedding
ren spent the 4th in Dallas.
WE S E L L T H E BEST
.!. S. S. Powell and wife colebra
FHY»I< I » »
■ M-- I...
Mr*. Z. Batourney was down
F. M. HELLWARTH
their wedding in the grove by the
D. L. WOOD
Powell’s camp Monday.
PHYSICIAN AND BURC.KON
Christian church last Sunday.
Onice one door east of I*. O
~ * n t r-d •• **r.>i><l <-l»** m ill *t «>>• *»•»•!«*•
Rev. McConnell performed the
Today, tomorrow, or next week you
a t rail* CU? Pol» l'MlnlT. Or*»»«, »»d« <“•
Oflc# •ml iti . A »lato Fall« • Itt,
George March and wife are ceremony and N. Selig and wife
S e t . t Coo»r*a» oí lâaroh S 1ST»
KM'<t«nto « none ooo
will find the beat that can he bought
Ttlephont - -Hswi OfTIti.
at any time or any place.
Lota Bradley presided at the
8iil~.-rtption Rat»»' O m ja a t. »10P. six month».
M conta; thra» month*. SS canta: aln«la eoe». Set«.
SHOES AND LODGERS SUPPLIES
Wanted—200 cabbage plants.
A d rertU ln » Rat**: D upla», 15 c o lu ta ti tnoh;
G. T. Cree. Phone 271.
II" i n
Prices as low as consistent with
• t u : n**« NotiC**. 4 cant* a lin a : For Sale. Rant.
was being played the couple, pre
Bxcl.oig*. W ant an d Pa» K ntartalm naul Ko
ceded by eight little girls, marched
t1c*< s cta. «U ne. C ard o l Thank* W e n ; L ata
Walter L. Tooie, Jr.
Notier*, tesai ratea.
under the arch and re-aflirmed
S im p l« R oom «
Cop» lor new ad*, a n d change* *honld h* *eot
the vows taked fifty years ago.
■ a a t A c c o m m o d a tio n «
la Tlte New* not later th a n W ednesday.
The little girls sang “ Dreaming of
F. Oroao* Fr**(t*l*<
Official Nam pa per of th* Ott» el Fall* CU»
The show a t the Gem Monday Love and Youth.” and Mrs. Edna
night netted $25.60 for the Red Brown recited a poem, entitled,
I s s u e d E v e r y S a t u r d a y M o r n in g
! 1 'The Old Wedding Ring.”
After congratulations all did
Bohle’ s Barber Shop!
to the wedding feast that
Ray and Elva Damon
t «II« C ity , O r i l o »
was spread under the great fir
land are visiting the Rimes’ home
b l i r r t f a « can get a I k m , D u r ( a l . l a l l t
trees. There were about 300
PU G H ’ S
• f ’ thin *'
( t e n t lor D a l l « * 'l e a n t I s i i s t f n
Hitiiol*« Ini a ai.la>l l*i**day »venin»
J. S. S. Powell and Miss Emma
Wm. Ellis and wife of Dallas Lewis were united in marriage at
attended the golden wedding here Dallas, Ore., June 29, 1867, Judge
G . L. H A W K I N S
To this union fifteen children
M A H B L C AND G R A N IT E
For Sale. — Two good milk cows were born, only six of whom are
M ONUM ENTS
and six month old calf. Applv to now living. They are: Mrs. Lillie
Dalla», O rtq an
Baldwin of Winlock, Washington,
tedious work, are very apt
Clarence and Cleve Powell, Mrs.
P U N K M AI. I»IM K < T "R
to result in Headaches or
C. T. West has been seriously Crace Brown, Mrs. Alfa Crites-
ill with pneumonia, but is a little man of Falls City. They have 18
other Pains. Don’t suffer.
R. L. C H A P M A N
D IZZY « F E L L « .
better at this time.
D R . M IL E S’
"M y n arv a a bacom a all
w o rn o uL I b a d b ad b e a d -
J .S . S. Powell was born near
a e b a a a n d aav era d lssy
W s all umi lo all work proniptly
The plainer shut down Wednes Springfield. 111. Oct. 11, 1838. In
I co u ld n o t alaap
li e do
day and Thu rsday for the 4th re 1861 he crossed by way of Pana
w aa poor.
Oal l a* a n i Falla City. Ore
will quickly drive your a I n d b eg m a y n a p u p s in e tlta
g D r. Mile«’
ma landing at Portland, Oregon in
suming work Friday.
A n ti- P a in Pill« a n d t b « r
Pain away, and
Job W ork
December of that year. He has
a lw a y s g a v a m e I n s ta n t r e
lived in Benton and Polk counties
lief n o m a tte r w h a t t b s
J. O. M I C K A L S O N
Salem was here Sunday attending ever since.
M ilas’ N e rv in e re g u la rly
will assist you by relieving a n d w a s so o n tn p«rf*ot
[) ‘. i t e r in
the Powell Golden Wedding.
David R. Lewis, and is a native
h e a lth a g a in .”
MRS. B. 1» T O C N O ,
Oregonian, was born on the Luck-
l ’a l l a C ity . Oregon.
George W. Brentner of New- iamute June 2, 1851.
IF F IR S T B O X . OR B O T T L E , F A IL *
N ew ca stle, P en n .
T O B E N E F IT Y O U , » X ( R
berg was here last Sunday inter This couple have seen wonderful
W IL L B E R E F U N D E D .
viewing some of his friends.
changes. They have seen the
8 R 0 W N S I B L E Y A B S T R A C T CO:
great Willamet Valley transform-
•in Mill Mro»i. D i II m . Or«#»«.
Mi*k for sale 6cts a quart. I 0j from a wilderness to one of the
JOHN h S il lt.lY . IU t>ftt«r.
also have good cow pasture to rent (,iost prosperous sections on the
O u r • h * tr « n |»l«nt »•
4 « llf Iron*
t'u lk < o n iiiy I'-rtonU .
it ***4 *t: w e r-*’ ■
out. G. T. Cree, Phone 271.
Pacific Coast: Portland has grown
THE N E W S
) from a straggling village to be a
Mrs. J. W. Smith of Portland preat city. Many sorrows and
spent Sunday and Monday visit- y«t many joys have com.- into
I ing with her husband here.
their lives. May they live to en-
Autice to News Subscribers
! joy many more years.
Fresh Bread. Cakes,Cookies,Pies
A mmk h<
Tho SAFE boys’ magazine
and other bakery goods, every
WHO IS "HIE."
your subscription if» delinquent.
î”!”SiVjOnIylçt a year
day, at the Falls City Bakery.
Plea*** call and lix it.
Some one at Timber and Palm
Local News Hems
er, Oregon will wonder why the
Miss Grace Braden has returned postmaster at Falls City does not
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ni» et V . fuBicfl,
5 p hot
' r> ''.i-nr U : ’p
Uaw to M u o
; from her vacation and is again forward their mail. Postmaster
o l^ i,p ,:n>fWloHla* c’*••< ì •%*. I’»*«, :
M r. H o rn * S a e t t a r
''ala *. In ’>'c:.t r,r.«a3'1 lL.t j r “*l V /encer
Th-1-.-t show at the Gem tonight i working in the lumber company Mehrling received a letter from
C O M E TO » A I L S C IT Y . O R E G O N
each of these places and the fol-
a n d Buy O r c h a r d L and
lowing is a sample:
Warren Ward left Tuesday for •
Miss Florence Burton of Inde-
Timber, Oreg. 7-2 1917
pendence came last Saturday and Postmaster
Please forward any mail for
G. Fry of Dallas was in this visited with Mrs. Emma Hinshaw 1
* Read b y 500.I M h o y s"
m *0 v n d o r s f d t»>
.rent, g g
Miss Elsie White of Salem and
Dr. Hollaway of Dallas was in
Miss Alice Grant of Dallas, former j
teachers, visited friends here the j
NICHOLS SUED FOR DIVORCE
Post Office Time Card
pick-up Epworth League team to
C. J. Pugh made a business trip
Mrs. Mae Nichols Saturday the tune of 20 to 9. All report a
Office hour«: Daily, except S u n
to Portland Friday.
filed suit in the circuit court of good time.
The 4th passed off very quietly. Marion county for divorce from
day, 8 a.m. t« 6.30 p.m.
Communion will be held next
The E. M. Sunday school gave a Walter F. Nichols, charging deser
Mail arrive«, from
M. L. Robertson left Friday picnic at the City Park, and the tion. She alleges that their home Sunday in 'connection with the
9.00 a.m ., 6:15 p.m.
H eadquarters for Candy and Cigar]
morning on a fishing trip.
Free Methodist people also gave a at Falls City has been broken up morning service.
Dalla«, 9:00 A. M., 6:15 P. M
and that as a result she had to Let us keep up the attendance
P ortland via Gerlinger, train 102
Oregon Champion Gooseberries
move to Salem to make her home
I I :'>ó a. m.
Fred Dueltgen and wife and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
for sale. F. K. Hubbasd.
The Epworth League meeting
Black Rock, 1:30 P. M.
Clarence Sphon and wife left W. I. Reynolds. Mr. Nichols, who in the evening is at 7. Subject:
for Newport to listen was formerly cashier of the bank Where are you placing your Influ Mail closes for:
The Government needs Farmers
Salem, 8 50 A.M., I P.M. and 5:30
as well as Fighters. Two million to “ what the wild waves are at Falls City, is how holding a ence? Come out and help to make
similar position in Sheridan,—Polk the League devotional meetings
three hundred thousand Acres of saying.”
Dallas, 8:50 A. M. and 5:30P. M.
Oregon & California Railroad Co.
Portland via Gerlinger train 102
Grant Lands. Title revested in
Evening preaching services at
I p. m.
People who canr.ot do anything 8 o’clock. Don’t forget the song
United States. To be opened for left Tuesday evening for Ontario
Rock, 1 A. M.
homesteads and sale. Containing where they will visit relatives. else for the country can learn to service. Will be very glad to
Mail Order and Postal Savings
some of the best land left in the They traveled as far as Chicago wait on themselves and thus set have you come and enjoy all the
closes al ß P. M.
United States. Large Copyright
Sabbath services of our church.
ed Map, showing land by sections
S unday O nly
In connection with the prayer
Mrs. J. H. Burton, Mrs. Asa
and description of soil, climate,
Office hours: 9.30 to 10:80 a.m :
Candies, Tobaccos and Cigars, at
A t The Churches
meeting service on Wednesday
rainfall, elevations, temperature, Robinson, Sr. and Lee Robinson of
Mail arrives from Salem , 9:00
L B WON D ER B Y ’S
etc., by counties. Postpaid One Independence and Mrs. Asa Rob
Dollar. Grant Lands Locating Co inson, Jr. of Dallas visited with
M . I CHURCH HEWS
Mail closes for Salem , 8:50 a. m.
School Board. Each officer and
Mrs. Emma Hinshaw* Sunday.
Box 610 Portland, Oregon.
General Delivery Window Open
teacher is earnestly requested to
Sunday School 1000
From 9 30 to 10.30 A. M.
be present. Important business!
Morning Worship 11.
Chris Hansen, who has been
Effective March 11, 1917.
H o w ’s This?
Passenger Train Schedule
A. F. Hanson, Pastor.
We offer One Hundred Dollar* Re book-keeper for the Falls City
Effective Oct. 4.1914
I ra C. M khrlinu , Postm aster
ward for any case of C atarrh th a t Lumber company for several
cannot be cured by H all’s C a t a r r h
year3 left last Sunday for Estaca Epworth League 7:00.
Salem . . . 7:00 9.45
D allas. . . 8.16 11.02
F . J . C H E N E Y & CO.. T oledo. O.
da where he has a chicken ranch.
E xtra copies ol The News are
IVe, th e u n d e rsig n e d , h a v e k n o w n F . J.
Fai la City. 8.50 11.35
C h en ey fo r th e l a s t 15 y e a rs, and believe
printed ea«'h week, and will I n * sent
Preaching service 11 a. m.
w e e k - d a y s e r v ic e
him p r f c - t l y h o n o ra b le In all business
t r a n s i r tlo n s a n d fin an cially able to carry
Song and praise service 7:30 to any address desired, postpaid,
Friday morning a crew of men Gospel Chorus 7:30 p. m. Tuesday
r.AATKOUNn IM T*
o u t a n y o b lig a tio n s m a d e b y h is Arm.
N A T IO N A L B A N K O F CO M M ERC E,
commenced to take up the light Prayer Meeting 8, pm Wednesday
Toledo, O. steel on the Teal Creek railroad
Mid-week prayer meeting 7:30 p.m
Falls City. 9.30 1.25
H a ll's Catarrh C _ .a la ta h o a In te rn a lly ,
Everyone cordially invited to Send us whatever news you D allas. ... 10.10 2.00
a e tln * d ire c tly u p o n t h e blood and m u- and replace it with heavier steel.
r o ’.a s u r f a c e s o f th e sy s te m T e s tim o n ia ls
Sent free. P ric e 75 c e n ts p e r b o ttle . Bold The light steel will be used in City Park was quite a success. attend these services.
know. We will not publish your Salem ... . 11.01 3.15
fc- nil P r u y r l s t s .
A. C. P ow iaa. A a is t
i ak e I l iU ’n T am il» P ills for co n stip atio n .
laying side tracks in the woods.
The high school team beat the
Edgar N. Long, Pastor.
SUjr #a Ü H
N n n iî
FALLS CITY LOGGING 4 LUMBER CO.
CosaâÖSBJ 9 3 “
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Dr. Miles’ Nervine