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PALLS CITY NEWS
Local News Hems
The best show at the Ueui tonight
Clyde Southwell of Orton was
in town the tirst of the week vis
it ing friends.
Clothes cleaned and pressed.
Advrrtltlng IUt#«: Display. 15 c#nt»»n Inch.
Business Notice». 5 ceuta a lin©; For Sal#. Rent,
W. B. Stevens of Portland was
ftxebanc* Wan» and Pay Kntartalnment So-
ttc#* &et*. aline. Card oiThanka Mota; Lega visiting relatives here the tirst of
Wollet'», legal ratea.
Copy for new ada. and changea should be tent
Walter L. Tooie, Jr., Lawyer
u» The News ^ot later than Wednaaday.____
O fficial Nawapapar af tha City af Falla Citi
ls s v ed E very S aturday M orning
Wm. Allphin of Brownville was
visiting with W. M. Black this
For Sale—Three good cows.
J. C. March, Falls City. Ore.
Wm. Wood, wife and baby of
Dallas were visiting in town Sun
FIRE AT BALDEREE’S CAMP
A tire started at Balderee'a
camp last Saturday that did a
vast amount* of damage to the
rail road and camp equipment.
It is reported that four donkeys,
the commissary, hunk house and
one residence was burned; also
several trestles, but all were low
ones and will be more easily re
paired than was at tirst thought.
Happily, the losses are not nearly
so great as was at tirst reported.
The donkeys were not dumaged
greatly and it is believed that log
ging will lie resumed within two
weeks.. The tire is believed to
have started from the donkeys
the story that it was started by I.
W. VV’s. being the vaporings of
Some of ,,a
.. . employed
SATURDAY. AUGUST IS, 1917.
WE SELL TH E BEST
p ro f e s io n a l tla ito
I ' l l V a li IA N
F . M. H K M . W A R T H
P H Y S I C IA N A N D H U K U K O N
Today, tomorrow/or next week you
will find the best that can he lanight
at any time or any place.
offii'ft unit tliMir rimi ol P. I).
OHI* »• •m t . .
SHOES AND LOGGERS SUPPLIES
Prices as low as consistent
FALLS CITY LOGGING 4 LUMBER CO.
Hoot A c co m m o d atio n «
Bohle’s Barber Shops
F all* C ity , O ra n o *
«f ■ Milite
• lim i (or Dall»» S im m l i u n d r y
Il il n<l Ira I or « a i litui I u asila y a va ni ng
G . L. H A W K I N S
m a h b l c
Statement of the
Bank of Falls City
of Falls City, County of Polk, State
of Oregon, showing the amount
standing to the credit of every
depositor July 1, 1917, who has
not made a deposit, or who has
not withdrawn any part of his de
posits commercial deposits), prin
ciple or interest, for a period of
more than seven (7) years imme
diately pryor to said date, with
the name, last known place of
S unday O nly
Thede Harris was kicked by a residence or postoffice address of
Office hours: 9:30 to 10:30 a.m:
Ford last week and is nursing a such depositor, and the fact of
Mail arrives from Salem, 9:001
death, if known.
Mail closes for Salem, 8:50 a.m.
Chris Horn was limping around Eagle Lodge, Falls City, $8.00
General Delivery Window Open with a lame shoulder the first of Geo. Hodges, Falls. City,
From 9 30 to 10:30 A. M.
the week. He says he got it hurt
Effective March 11, 1917.
vrorking at the mill. Some of his State of Oregon, |
I ra C. M ehrlino , Postmaster riends are of the opinion he was County of Polk, \ 88
I, M. L. Thompson, being first
rolling a cigarette.
sworn, deposes and say upon
Miss Edith Montgomery left
Merle Griffin has recently been oath, that I am the President of
Monday for a visit in California. j home on a visit for a few weeks.
the Bank of Falls City, County of
Mrs Esther Montgomery left He has been working at Pine City, Polk, State of Oregon; that the
Friday for a two weeks visit a t Wash, but on account of being foregoing statement is a full, true,
drafted came home. August 2,
correct and complete statement,
he went on a trip to San Fran-
George W. Brentner and son, cisco, California, returning Aug., showing the name, last known
' emon of Newberg were in thit' 9. Last Sunday he left for McCoy residence or postoffice address,
city Tuesday and Wednesday.
,Ore. where he will work on a fact of death, if known, and
amount to the credit of each de
We received an item im our! ranch.
positor as required by the provis
“ news box” in regard to :a book
on the world war. We h ave no Miss Mamie Reese left Sunday ion of Chapter 148, of the General
doubt hut the book is inte resting, ‘ for Albany where she will visit Laws of Oregon, 1907, and Chap
as it is clearly an advertisement her sister Lela.
ter 214 of the General Laws of
we can not publish it as a news
Ralph and E. I. Harrington and Oregon, 1917.
item. We are anxious to publish
M. L. Thompson,
all the news, but must ¿ ra w the their families visited friends on
Subscribed and sworn to before
between news and advertising, as Rock Creek last Sunday.
it is through advertising- and sub
me this 14th day of July A.D. 1917.
scriptions that the newspaper
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wonderly,
W. H. Beard,
exists. U e tuank this party for j Mr. and Mr. Dana McPherren and
news items and offer this expla Morris Selig motored to Newport
nation for the non-appearance of Saturday, returning Monday.
the book notice.
-H - t - H - M
H - I- H - I- K - i " l " i 1
1- 1 1 I- I I
A t The Churches
Sunday School 10 a. m.
Preaching service 11 a. m.
Song and praise service 7:30
followed by preaching at 8:00.
Mid-week prayer meeting 7:30 p.m
Everyone cordially invited to
attend these services.
Edgar N. Long, Pastor.
¡■ |- H - l - l - H - l - l - l - H - d - H - - l - H - l- : +
a n d
g r a n i t e
P o llo « , O roQ on
R. L. C H A P M A N
Wo a1,tond lo all work promptly.
Oollaa and Falla City. Oro.
J. O. M I C K A L S O N
h u a i
, i . s
t a t i :
L'ai la City, Oregon.
8R0WN SIBLEY ABSTRACT CO:
* 1 » Mill » t t rr t
l>alla». i t r r y . a .
JOH N It HUH.ICY, M anai.ar
U n r ¿ b 'tr a P l p la n t
B U TTE R W RAPPERS
khirt > 0 « («a un « \hm , Kilt u t , BatN
If “eating the apple” caused
Mother Eve to become ashamed
and put on some clothes, why not
pass the “ apples” to some of the
O rp # y » , P ro p rieto r
I* A Ki> K II H l l n r *
a~: I Models for M en’s
M ade-fo-M easure
til such tests can be made.
li< •) M
J. C. Kaige, wife and two child
ren of Wilbur, Oregon, visited at
Office hours: Daily, except Sun the home of Mr. Kaige's sister,
Mrs. Noah Ferguson, over Sun
day, 8 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.
Mail arrives, from
Miss Nettie Graham and Miss
Salem 8.45 a.m., 5:45 p.m.
Magee visited in Dallas
Dallas, 8:45 A. M., 5:45 P. M.
Portland vij Gerlinger, train 102 Friday.
11:55 a. m.
Nettie Graham and Roselle Ma
Black Rock, 1:30 P. M.
gee left for Independence and
Mail closes for:
Salem,8.50 A.M., 1 P.M. and 5:30 j Everette Estelle and Lester
I Forkner inspected the flume last
Dallas, 8:50 A. M. and 5-.30P. M, Sunday to free it of any obstruc-
I’ortland via Gerlinger train 102 tions that might impede the pro-
1 P- m-
, gress of the water.
Black Rock, 1 A. M.
Fritz £)roepre( our genial hotel
Mail Order and Postal Savings* man is just recovering from a
window closes at GP. M.
f è lla n i f .
W uoineoo C nroo
‘he^ am^ ftew the,rk,t<,s ear,-v
in the game leaving the white
to fight the fire. This class of
labor will lay down just when
needed the worst.
The fire is said to be under con
Fresh Bread, Cakes.Cookies.Pies
and by exercising due care
Every Housewife or
and other bakery goods, every
damage can be avoided.
day, at the Falls City Bakery.
Mother is ever under
Sheriff Orr and District Attor
FALLS CITY MOTORISTS
that Nervous Strain^
ney Piasecki were in town on legal
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pratt of
which so often results
Creek, and small nieces,
Wm. A. Williamson of Lents,
in Headaches, Dizzy
Oregon was visiting N. A. Lunde Miss Hellen and Miss Geraldine
the first of the week.
International Tailoring Company’s
ern Oregon to Falls City, were
over-night visitors at the home of
Depression and other
business at Dallas Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Guilder, Satur
Mrs. Robert Bradley and Mrs. day.—Eugene Guard.
Fred Chapin were Dallas visitors
D p . M ile » ’
BADLY RUN DOW N.
DR. FOSTER, Chiropractor
" I h a d h F O m r * r » » ll y r u n d o w n
y n r r v r a w « r» ln (» rrlM o
Rufus Ferguson at d wife of Treats all Chronic Troubles suc
I h«»l f r w u o n « h»a<I-
n d b«cA m » v a r y w « * k ««<1
Newberg are visiting relatives in cessfully, using electricity in all
« a s u n a b le to d o » n y th lB f
b o tti* o f D r M llra" N - r v .
is Highly Recommended b In o * u . g h t I « noon
the city this week.
forms. The Electric Brush for
b r g a n l o r»«l Iw tlo r ,
rn v n r n n
*r»r« q u irt» '»
I ra -
in Such Cases.
Shortv Price of Black Rock was all scalp troubles. Phone 1624.
ro v a r o d m y » t r r n g t h . a n d lu»y« »Ine«
are here awaiting the inspection
r * .o m n w n d * d D r
N * rv ln o
Nattional Bank Building, Suit 21
! in this city Wednesday.
• o m a n y n f m y fr ia n d » w h o hAV*
IF F I R S T B O T T L E F A I L S T O
of those discerning Clothes buy
u » r d tt w ith M t t a t B d o r y rry u lt» .
Dallas. Oregon, Box No. 362
B E N E F IT , Y O tm MONEY W IL L
M fft« F R A N C H E I V I I I T I A X . K .
ers who appreciate the import
Miss Alta Galloway who has
j r » lim a d u r a » . H < h »n o c l.p ly . N . T .
ance of Fabric-Quality, Style been visiting her grand father, L.
Smartness and Price Economy. B. Murra.v returned Saturday to
In reply to a letter of inquiry
designs will be i'her home «at Tillamook.
found here—destinctive and much - e t o e a n d Pearl Murray accom- in regard to having cows tested ■H-H-I-I-H"I-H"I m 1-I"I' 1"H "H -l-H-K-t- ■| . V i i - i - i- i- i - H - H - i - H - H - i - i - : - : - : - ! - ! - ! - •
the State Veterinarian advises us
superior to the common or gar- I)anie(a ^er home.
there is no cost attached
Chas. Parish is entertaining his
G E T YOUR
when such test is made by mem
c o n n r C7C l>arent-s- M
and Mrs. Frank
$<5U Of $ ¿ 5 Randall of Albany
wishing a test should write a let
Mrs. Frank Driggs has returned ter to Dr. W. H. Lytle, State Vet
secure the unusual
from Gaston. She accompanied erinarian, Salem, Oregon, asking
little Marion home, who has been that such test be made and they
P R IN TED AT T H I S OFFICE.
spending the summer with her are thereby exempted from fur
ther requirements of the law un
Post Office Time Card
I(rslt1 *t|ii •< I l i o n * « m il
|*<»»ta<l »tally f r om
Notice lo News Subscribers
A unti k here indicates that
your Bulmcription in delinquent.
Please call and fix it.
meeting will be held out of doors,
M r . H e m » Soa ke r—
if the weather is favorable, back
C O M E T O r a L L S CITY. O R E O O N I
of the church next Sunday even
and Buy O r c h a r d L a n d
ing at 7 o’clock sharp. We will
have a 15-minute song service.
Topic, “ The Father’s care for us.
Leader, Miss Jeanette Brown.
At the evening preaching ser
vice the second of the series of
vacation sermons will be “Jesus
among the flowers.” The Gos|iel
Chorus and orchestra will assist.
Come out and bring some one
The tea given on Wednesday at
the home of Mrs. Jessie Moyer
for the Ladies Aid was very well
Headquarter!« for Candy and Cibari
A. F. Hanson.
Divine Services each Lord's Day
Bible School 10 a. m.
Divine worship 11 a. m.
Christian Endeavor 7 p. m.
Evening Service 8 p. m.
The public is invited to be with
IN THE TOILS
us in these services.
Monday afternoon J. A. Mote
F. Claude Stephens, Minister. was given a preliminary hearing
in Justice Hubbard's court and
in a I Kind of one thousand
M. E- CHURCH
dollars to await the pleasure of
Sunday School 10:00
the grand jury. Not having the
Morning Worship 11.
requred number of plunks within
reach or their equivalent, he was
placed within the county hastile
Junior League 3:00.
that he might not wander away
Epworth League 7:00.
into strange lands nor again stray
Evening Service 8:00
from paths of rectitu»le.
Candies, Tobaccos and Cigars, at
WEEK -D AY SERVIC E
The spécifié “ high crimes and
L. B. WONDERI.Y’S
Tuesday Gospel Chorus and misdemeanors” that Mr. Mote is
orchestra practice 7:30 p. m. charged is living with one Mrs.
Wednesday, Bible study and Rosa Woodfin, not being her law r
prayer meeeting 8, p. ni.
f.'i' and wedded husband. This
Passenger Train Schedule
Friday Senior choir pract ice 8. being a breai'h of the rules of
Effective July 15. 1917
poli.te society and contrary to the
Come to the M. E. S. S. next laws of the land, the District At
. . . 7:06 ■
Sunday. There will he an official torney and Sheriff, at the instance Salem
Dallas . . . 8.15 10.57
meeting of the Sunday school of the real husband, proceeded to Fai Is City. 8.45 11.30
board immediately after the mor uphold tht' peace and dignity of Rl’k Rock.
the state, gathered him in, an»j
K AllTfMH’ND am.
The subject next Sunday morn the bars at Salem.
Falls City. 9.20 1.20
ing will be, “The Goldon Age of
It is claimed that Mr. Mote and Dallas. . . 10.00 1.45
Man.” The Senior choir will sing Mrs. Woodfin had been living at Salem . . . 11.00 3.10
We will be glad to S'ee you there. Black Rock moving to Falls City
A. C. P ow *M , Aa«FT
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The Epworth League devotional Sunday.