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Joe Floria was In from Ron'I
Doll (Socialist Valley) Wednesday
He says the dry weather is injur
ing the crops and the yield will la*
Ira C. Mehrling has been re way below normal.
L. W OOD
appointed as postmaster at this cruisers are at work on the rail
h l . r H » « m M M rn.il .1 «>• » « • '• " 'i * place.
road land grant in that section of
•t Fai* City. Pol* O h m . Or*.on. nw l« <*•
Art of O n im i of l*.rr* ».
Mrs. W. M. Black ane son An
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drew left last Saturday on a ¡visit
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; Onoronr. »100 rim month.
Import a milion or .two Chinks
H o w h n . month. St con to. rin*W cot.». S cu.
to the Pacific Coast and the Tongs j
Advertising Rate»: SllfltJ. 1» contitDInchi
Nettie Graham returned Satur- will have a jolly time.
It wouki |
•u*inaan Mollcas. 6 caata a linn; r o t Sal». Rant. I
Bsehnnc*. Want and Fay SntMtaSnmonl No
d a y f r o m a W e e k s V is it a t t h e not be surprising if the ranks of
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d S a n ita r iu m .
the Tongs would be recruited fas
Mot tool Ire . l m'nn
ter than the Army has been able
It ¡s reported that Polk County to. and they wouldn't all wear
at» ri r.u. cit, will not have to furnish any men "p igtails" either.
’ — on the first draft.
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
EMPEROR PAUL I METHOD
OF ENDING GREAT WARS
Mrs. Al Gruham was stricken
Mrs Hattie Wood and Mrs. S. with palalysis Friday of last week.
G. Wood were visiting in Dallas At first she was unable to walk
last Saturday and Sunday.
or talk, but her condition improv
ed until she was able to walk, but
Harve Montgomery and w ife of still had difficulty with her speech.
Sheridan were here Sunday visit* She was taken to Portland for
ing Mrs. Addie Montgomery.
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies,Pies
The camp meeting at the Free
and other bakery goods, every
Methodist tabernacle. People of
day, at the Falls City Bakery.
other tows are gathering at the
Cliff Smith and w ife o f Inde camping grounds in the south
pendence were visiting with J. S. part o f town. There is one thing
commendable about their services,
S. Powell the first o f the week.
they do not indulge in any o f the
The "Lib erty Girls" appear to "classic” songs, but are content
have been a greater attractien in with old-time gospel hymns.
this city than the Liberty Bonds.
Rev. Walters and family o f
Woodburn are here attending the
Free Methodist camp meeting.
Rev. Walters was formerly pastor
Falls City is quite a show town.
Jerry Snider was seriously i'l
N. Selig was in Portland Thurs last Sunday night, caused by eat-
cherries and drinking milk. The
acid in the cherries and the milk
Mrs. Emma Hinshaw was in forming a poison.
The saw mill resumed operation
W alter L. Tooze, Jr., Lawyer
The logging camp is
D allas, Oregon.
working on one side only. The
other side will start as soon as
Oregon Champion Gooseberries the road is completed.
for sale. F. K. Hubbasd.
H. C. Ross, a ¡truck driver got
W. A. Persey was visiting in
his leg caught between a truck
Salem last Sunday.
and a pile o f lumber bruising it
Don’t forget to call afwund and bones were broken.
pay up your subscription.
was slightly cut.
Carrol McDonald has gone to
The members o f the Coart Artil
Toledo to work in the mill.
lery have been ordered to report
for duty Tuesday, July 24, 1:00
Mrs. W. H. Estey returned o’clock p. m., at Eugene. Some
Monday from the Dallas hospital. of the boys will leave Sunday and
The Government needs Farmers others on Monday.
as well as Fighters. Two million
three hundred thousand Acres of
Oregon & California Railroad Co.
Title revested in
United States. To be opened for
homesteads and sale. Containing
some o f the best land left in the
United States. Large Copyright
ed Map, showing land by sections
and description of soil, climate,
rainfall, elcrat cna, ten .. crature,
etc., by counties. Postpaid One
Dollar. Grant Lands Locating Co
Box 610 Portland, Oregon.
I'll V S li'l AN
F. M. IIELLWARTH
PHYSICIAN ANI» HUlUiKON
( ulii'« ono door east nl l\ O.
Today, tomorrow, or next week you
will find tile best (hat cun be bought
at any time or any place.
ditti i< g n l m
C. J. Pugh expects to begin op
erating his loganberry juice fac
tory next Monday,
He says his
crop o f berries are better than
last year and a rain soon would
make them immense.
While we are hoping to hear o f
a great uprising in Germany
against the kaiser, doubtless the
Germans are listening with the
same eagerness for something to
blow up in this country.
Sunday Henry Rodgers was re
turning from Black Rock and in
passing a |K»int where the road
was narrow an automobile came
up suddenly behind frightening
his horse. In trying to control the
horse a stirrup broke causing him
to be thrown to the ground with
badlv bruised but no bones broken.
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R a m p i* R o o m *
Unni A c c o m m o d a t io n *
FALLS CITY LOGGING & LUMBER CO.
O r o .* » . Proof Inter
n A io .n i x n o r *
W.H.Dorman,wife and daughter,
and Mr. Ida M. Pike of Colorano,
who is visiting the Dorman fam
ily, R. VanDenBosch and wife,
L L. Brooks and family, L M.
Robertson and family, and Gus
Elld and family went picnicing on
Teal Creek last Sunday.
cream and an abundance o f good
things to eat was taken along. C.
E. McPherren and w ife strolled in
on them and attested as well as
testing the quality o f the \dands.
Plenty for all and enough left for
Everybody had a
Come to the M. E. church Sun
day morning. Enjoy the Sunday
school hour and join one o f the
classes, if not attending elsewhere
The preaching service is at 11:00
o’clock. The pastor will have a
helpful message and will he very
glad to meet you.
A t the evening preachiug serv
ice Mrs. Robert Irwin, M. D. will
will speak on the work o f the
American Bible Society in Siam.
Dr. and Mrs. Irwin are mission
aries o f this great Inter-denomi
national society in that far-away
land. Dr. Irwin is in Siam at the
present time, while Mrs. Irwin is
making her home in Las Angeles,
California until a daughter com
pletes her education there, after
which she and her daughter ex
pect to return to the missionary
field. Don’t fail to hear her Sun
day nigl)t at the M. E. church.
An offering will be taken cover
ing the apportionment o f this
charge at this service.
The Epworth League held a 13c
social Thursday evening on W. H.
Beard's lawn for the benefit of
the delegate to the Epworth
leagu e Institute at Jefferson, Ore
July 23-29. Miss Elizabeth Deal
represents the local society at this
great annual gathering.
The Junior League held a busi
ness meeting Friday afternoon on
the church lawn in preparation
for the picnic to be given the Jun
iors next Tuesday, up the river.
The Boy Scouts meet Saturday
afternoon at 4 o’clock at the M. E.
The probationer’ s class will meet
next Monday in the Epworth
League rooms. ,
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H ER O ES
LINCOLN. GRANT, LEE and SHERMAN
THE T E R R O R OF OUR CIUIL S T R IF E
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M. E. CHURCH NEWS
Bohle’s Barber Shop;»
GEM r r JULY 21
SPEND OAY ON THE CREEK
Falla i Ity»
SHOES AND LOliCERS SUPPLIES
Brices as low as consistent
lirai'tcne»* J boia» .U»»
Emperor Paul I, o f Russia is
said to have been a very eccen
tric ruler. During the great war
between Russia. England, France
and Turkey he was desirous o f
George Brentner and w ife of
ending the terrible destruction o f
New berg came last Saturday and
life and offered a very feasible
spent a few days visiting friends.
plan that might prove very satis
factory in settling all interna
Circus at Judge Teal’s house,
tional disputes. History records
July 21, at 3 o’clock P.
that: "On December 30. 1800.
5 cents. Lewis &
the St. Petersburg "Court Ga
z e tte " contained the following
A number of the young ladies
"H is Majesty, the Euperor.
Falls City have planned a Jitney
peiceiving that the European
tonight in honor o f the boys
powers cannot come to an accom
modation. and wishing to put an
end to a war which has raged
The government has so arrang
fourteen years, has conceived
ed that there will be no blanks in
the idea o f appointing a place to
ist great lottery in human lives.
which he will invite the other
Its only a question of who goes
potentates to engage with him
self in single combnt on lists first.
which will be marked out; for
Tom Randolph, who was night
which purpose they shall bring
at the mill at Black Rock
with them, to act as their es
fell off the dock about 4 o’clock
quires. umpires and heralds,
their most enlightened ministers Sunday morning bruising his face
and able generals, as Thugut. badly.
Pitt and Bernstorff.
It has developed that the re
bring on his part Count Pahlen
wholesale sheep poisioning
and K u tu zov."
by the I. W. W ’s. was caused by
the sheep eating a plant called
The best show at the Gem tonight
WE SELL THE BEST
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M A R S H -W A L T H A L L -G IS H
A murk hcr» indicata* thiit
your suinter iption is delinquent.
Please rail nini fix it.
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MC TO F A L L S CI T Y , O R E G O N !
wnd B u y O r c h a r d L a n d
A L L ENHANCED BY A SPLENDID MUSICAL Ht ORF.
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o f T h rills -L a u g h t e r-T o a r s
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COME EARLY AND SECURE THE BEST
I f we are to believe the press
reports that are allowed to evade
the censor’s seive, Germany is
the most remarkable nation on
earth. Besides maintaining an
ih'adquui tern for Candy and Gigari
Sunday School 10 a. m.
aggressive campaign in France,
entertaining the Russians, drop
Preaching service 11 a. m.
ping bombs from the sky upon
Song and praise service 7:30
inoffensive old men, women and
followed by preaching at 8:00.
children in England; playing bo- Mid-week prayer meeting 7:30 p.m
peep with her submarines, they
Everyone cordially invited to
have found time to stir up trouble attend these services.
in Cuba and Mexico, filled this
Edgar N. Long, Pastor.
country with spies, incited the
I. W. W ’s. and furnished them
M. E- CHURCH
with real money, and now plan
Sunday School 10:00
ning to send spies into Russia to
Morning Worship 11.
assassinate the leaders.
I f this
all be true they certainly have a
a f t e it n o o n
different complectioned bunch to
Junior League 3:00.
handle their affairs than we have
Epworth League 7:<X).
Ct&tnii'*H, Tobaccos and Cigars, at
Evening Service 8:00
At The Churches
W E EK -D AY PKHVICK
NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS
Some of the sidewalks of Falls
Citp are in a deplorable condition
and unless they are repaired by
the owner o f the property the city
will be obliged to build the walks,
which requires considerable extra
expense in the proceeding accord
ing to law. I f anyone is injured
on accont of defective sidewalks
the city is liable for such damages
and the taxpayers o f Falls City
must pay them.
Gospel ( horus 7:30 p. m. Tuesday
Prayer Meeting 8, pm Wednesday
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ward for any ca o of Catarrh Umt
cannot bo cured b/ ItaH'a Catarrh
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out c r y obligations marlo by bln llrm.
N A T IO N A L B A N K O F COMMEHCE.
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a ting directly upon the blood nnd mu-
ro'.e urlnces o f the eyntern Testimonials
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Passenger Train Schedule
____ Effective July 16, 1917
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Salem . , . 7:00 9.35
Dallas. . . H. 15 10.57
Falla City. 8.45 11.30
Falls City. 9.20 1.20
Dalian. . . 10.00 1.45
Salem . . . 11.00 3.10
L 7.20 *
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