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FALLS CITY N FAN'S
CTlir 3Fallfl (Ciìii Nrtofl
Three car-loads o f friends cam e'
from Salt Creek Sunday, A uk . L-\
to say goodbye to Lloyd Miller be
for»1 lie left for San Francisco*to
enter the Navy Band training
The best show at the lieui tonight school.
D. L. WOOD
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A dvertíalo« Roteo; Duplay, 15 c e n t»on Inch;
Bu»; urto Sot l e « , » c e n t o » Uno; Por Sol». Reni.
Rochonge. Wont and Poy Kntertolnment No
tte»«, 5 «lo. n line. Cord o f Thanks 50 cto; Lego
Notice», lego! rote«.
Copy for new Ad«. M d c h i n f f i i h o i i l d h t «enî
to Th© New* not Uter th*n Wednesday.
Official Newspaper of th# City ef Falla City
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
Af 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.
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
us in these services.
F. Claude Stephens, Minister.
M. E- CHURCH
Sunday School 10:00
Morning Worship 11.
Junior League 3:00.
Epworth League 7:00.
Evening Service 8:00
Clothes denned and pressed.
Mrs. W. P. Lewis came Thus-'
|day from Salem for a few days!
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Mehrling re visit with her mother, Mrs. Mary
turned Tuesday from a few days Miller. She will leave today for
visit at Newport.
Tillamook where her husband is
Mrs. Emma Hinshaw returned employed.
Sunday from a blackberrying trip.
Miss Ora McClain, Commercia 1
Lots o f berries and scratches.
teacher in the Wasco high school
spent Saturday and Sunday at
W. H. Munson of Etna Mills.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hopkins', the
California was here the tirst of
guest of Miss Junie G. Braden.
the week visiting his sister, Mrs.
C. M. Olts.
Mrs. C. R Cleveland and little
son. of Glendale, Oregon art' here
J. R. Moyer and wife returned
visiting at the home of Mrs. J. M
Monday from a two weeks visit
Cleveland, and other relatives.
with their daughters in Clacka-
Claud Ellison has received a 50
horse gasolene engine which he
will install at his electric light
plant to supplomeot his water
Mrs. Will Wood and son Leon power. It is to he hoped that the
ard of Dallas came Tuesday to lights w ill be better.
visit with D. L Wood and family.
N. F. New house received his
The Falls City Logging and Limi
certificate of exemption from the
ter company have received aril
local board on Friday o f last week
are operating their jitney on the
but must now procure atlidavits
further verifying his family's de-
Mrs. Hanson and Faith are re- pendency upon him, for the dis-!
covering from their illness of the triet board. Mr. New house and i
family moved here recently from
Oregon City and is employed in
C. J. Pugh and family left last
the Cleveland tie mill.
Sunday for a few days outing at
Mrs. A. H. Dodd went to Lewis-
Newport. They returned \\ ednes-
Mrs. Alfred Vick of Salem re
Miss Bessie Cleveland and her
turned home Tuesday after a few cousin. Miss Allensworth, were in
days visit here. She assisted in Dallas Thursday.
the postoffice during the post
F. K.Hubbard went to Portland
master’s absence to the Coast.
Nora Cleveland and Edith New
house spent a pleasant afternoon j Ferris Dodd is harvesting near
with Mrs. Randolph Butler on Pendleton.
Don’t forget to bring in news
Mrs. Z. Batourney was down
or drop them in our "news
from Powell’s camp Monday.
box” at the postoffice. We appre
Mr3. N. Edith Brown, who is ciate them.
now representing the Benjamin
Corset Co. as State Organizer for
Uncle Tom Hollowell intimates
Oregon and Washington, was vis- that some one will carry off some-
iting her mother, Mrs. Mary Miller thing besides onions and summer
squashes, some night, if they are
For Sale—Three good cows.
W alter L. T o o l,',
D allas, O regon.
IPtolctuMon.il C art*
WE SELL THE BEST
m ilie u *
G R O C E R I E S
F. M. HELLW ARTH
PH Y SICIAN ANI» BURGEON
Today, tomorrow, or next week you
w ill find the best that can he bought
at any time or any place.
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om* r mi l
ralla « My.
Ill • ilriM n I llOlIM
SHOES AN!) LOWERS SUPPLIES
Prices us low as consistent
FALLS CITY LOGGING
S u e in c o o tín ic o
jftilla ilitç lb o tc l
S s rn p l« R o o m «
R o « t A c c o m m o d a tio n «
f D roooo. F ro p rla to r
Bohle’s Iterber Shops
I olio C it y , O rego n
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tf(?aQŒ ) t e x ü a d i f â s '
Where «ou <»« get 4 Shut. Njir (ui, 841h
Aérnl for Os'lti li am (sundry
Hi id U r tura «rd rtl I UI' m U » «'tr illiti
W hen travel
MON I XI t M 4
G . L. H A W K I N S
m a r b l e
a Theatre or
a n o
a n i
som e Social
Function, or r,
if S h oppin g,
don’ t forget to have
DR. M IL E S’
P l i a « l n il
R. L. C H A P M A N
Wu altind to all work promptly.
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0 ilia« ami fall. City. Oto
BRINO D E S IR E D R E LIE F .
" I have ua»d Dr. M ite«' Anti Pain
P ill« for Bom* llm « ntul flrul t£»#m
ait InvaluAhl* rem ed y fo r h©adi»* h©.
I hav© always taker» ffr.it pleutmr©
in r©eom m ending
frl«*nd*. tx 'in f confident th at they
ya 'H »»ring th# d#mr©<l relief.
n©ver w ithout them and us# them
fo r all Attack# o f pain, know ing
that they will not disappoin t me.**
w ith you. T h ey are in
valuable for H eadache
and all o th er P ains.
2 9 D o le « , 2 5 C en t«.
IF FIR ST BOX IS NOT SA T IS
FACTORY, YOUR MONEY W IL L
BE R E FU N D E D .
MRU. \V. I!
t> T A T K
J. O . M I C K A L S G N
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KulU City, Oregon.
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3 R 0 W N SI 3LCY A B ST R AC T
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JOHN H P.tlLK Y , U m n i n .
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G E T YOUR
P R IN T E D AT T H IS O F F IC E .
'I1 H - H " K ,*H " H I H I I I I m » H
a n d
MILITA R Y
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
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Notice to Ntws Subscribers
J. C. March, Falls City. Ore.
W. H. Dorman and family left
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies,Pies last week for Brighton Bush Hot
and other bakery goods, every Springs for a months outing.
W E E K -D A Y S E R V IC E
day, at the Falls City Bakery.
Mr. Otto Teal, wife and baby
Tuesday Gospel Chorus and
Miss Bessie Cleveland and Mr. and Ralph Harrington made an
orchestra practice 7:30 p. m. Ben Graves were visiting the lat-
auto trip over near Blodgett, on
Wednesday, Bible study and ter’3 relatives in Corvallis last
with a view to locating.
prayer meeeting 8, p. m.
Friday Senior choir practice 8.
Paul Paulson of Silverton of
Statement of the
was here Thursday with a view
You are most cordially invited o f investing in real estate.
B a n k o f F a lls C i t y
to attend the Sunday school of the
The party who borrowed a Ford
Cit>- ? unt>’ of uPo,k’ Sta*
M. E. Church.
Be a regular
' and pump from mv of Oregon, showing the amount
attendent, you will like it more. inner tube, and pump from my ,
garage will please return them as , *tond“ « to the credit of every
At the Sunday morning service I need them badly.
depos.tor July 1, 1917, who has
the pastor will endeavor to ans-
not made a deposit, or who has
T. D. Hollowell.
wes the question, "W hy a Chris
not withdrawn any part o f his de-
tian should join the Church.”
Mrs. Nora Cleveland, Mrs. Edith posits (commercial deposits), prin-
The Senior Choir will sing and Newhouse and small sons w ere! ciple or interest, for a period of
some special music will be in order. callers at Mrs. Fred Perrins’ on more than seven (7) years imme
Topic for the League meeting Thursday of last week.
diately pryor to said date, with
next Sunday night is "Echo Meet
G. W. Green and wife arrived the name, last known place of
ing for Summer Institute or Con
residence or postoffice address
vention.” Come and bring some from Long Beach, California on
Tuesday to see Mrs. Green’s sister 8UC^ depositor, and the fact
one with you.
Mrs. Thos. Kneebone, who is very death, if known,
At 7 o’clock next Sunday night
: Eagle Lodge, Falls City,
the third one in the series o f vaca
Geo. Hodges, Falls. City,
Mrs. W. A. Allensworth and
tion sermons will be given. Sub
John Vernon, Falls City
ject: ‘Jesu3 on the Lake.” There daughter of Carson, Iowa arrived
will be special music and the Tuesday evening for a months State of Oregon, ) ss
County of Polk, f
orchestra will assist.
visit with her sister, Mrs. J. M.
Services at Black Rock next Cleveland. The sisters had not1 I, M. L Thompson, being first
duly sworn, deposes and say upon
Sunday afternoon Aug. 26.
met in 23 years.
that I am the President of
The Probationers class will meet
Dr. A. G. Attwaod was in ^u‘ the Bank of Falls City, County of
in the League,rooms at 4 o'clock
gene last week and reported that
state of Oregon; that the
city to be deader n heck. Many foreproinpr statement is a full, true,
Rev. Hanson visited Black Rock
houses occupied free of rent to correct and complete statement,
Tuesday, and Wednesday of this
keep insurance alive. Business of showing the name, last known
week he took a hike to two o f the
all kinds bum.
j residence or postoffice address,
Spaulding logging camps.
For Sale—Five-acre tract, good fact of death, if known, arid
8-room house, out buildings, all in amount to the credit o f each de-
fru it Apply to Mrs. Mary Miller | positor as required by the provis
by local applications, as they cannot
ion of Chapter 148, o f the General
reach the diseased portion o f the ear.
B. L. Ellis and wife and Dr.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
Laws of Oregon, 1907, and Chap
and that Is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condi Prime and wife returned Friday
ter 214 of the General Laws of
tion o f the m ucous lining o f the Eusta
chian Tube. W hen this tube Is Inflimcd from a trip to Newport.
you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect
DR. F O S T E R , Chiropractor
hearing, and when It Is entirely closed
M. L. Thompson,
Deafness 1« the result, and unless the In
flamraaUon can be taken out and this
sworn to before
tube restored to Its norma! condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cessfully, using electricity in all me this 14th day of July A.D. 1917.
cases out o f ten are caused by Catarrh,
which 13 nothing but an Inflamed condi forms.
The Electric Brush for
W. H. Beard,
tion o f the m ucous surfaces
VT« will « le e One Hundred fe U a u fot any e ««» e f all scalp troubles.
rv.afaess (raosed by cat»rrlii that cannot hocti
Notary Public for Oregon.
lia ll t (Catarrh Cur«. Send fo r circola ri free
Nattional Bank Building, Suit 21 My commission expires March 22,
V . J CHBFBT, A C O , Toledo, Ohio.
Bold by Druggist«. 76e.
Dallas, Oregon, Box No. 362
Take □ a i l ’« * a m ili 1*111» fo r coasU p«u>o.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
SATtm nAV. Al (il SI *25 . liti?.
A i; ark here indicateli that
your subscription I« delinquent,
ricuce i all and fix it.
M r. M o m « S « « k « r —
M E TO F A L L S C I T Y . O R E G O N
a n d B u y O r c h a r d L and
» d u c » t l » r . * f « » r a fa ll » » n « » * u « M I - • la
M U IT A R Y D R IL L , D O M C A T tC SC IE N C E
A R T » AND C O M M E R C E
F t , « fa r « I t . r t l » » fu t a .»
• V aur M m t r y
n a a d • H. S « a d l a » «ra a IM w «lra t»4 b o a f c la t » ." I rain
« M I n i s f c r F » s - - o r W a r *an<< T b » W a r n « » « 4
U fa U n h ra ra lty .- » 4 4 « « , » • « I n i « ,
UN IVFR SIT Y O f 0 R E 6 0 N . ( u o m . Otrtoii
On Saturday eve, Aug. 18, a
large party of friends pleasantly
surprised Mr. A1 Bowman at his
An old-fashioned dance
and a liounteous supply of refresh
ments were enjoyed by all. The
affair was in honor of Mr. Bow
A meeting of the Falls City
Dramatic Club w ill be held Satur
day eve, September 8, 1917 ut9;i)0 Headquarter* foi Candy and t’ i^ftr«
o’clock, Wagner’s Hall. All mem WEATHERLY CONFECTIONERY.
bers requested to attend.
Any one desiring to take part
in Club production the coming
season will please apply by letter
to the Falls City Dramatic Club.
HURT IN RUNAWAY
Tuesday the Spaulding Logging
Co. tried out their new method of
dropping logs off the mountain by
means o f cars attached by cable
to a donkey engine and results
were sudden and disastrous. The
weight of the loaded car tore the
main drum from its housings and
in so doing demolished the rest of
the donkey engine.
Rain Russell the chief engineer
of Black Rock camp was riding
the load and after attempting to
cheek the run away car h.v hand
brakes and seeing th e. futility of
such proceedure jumiled for safe
ty, landing on the back o f his
head injuring himself severely.
He was taken to the Dallas hos
Q U E S T I O N FOR B I B L F S T U D E N T S
Which day of the week is the
"Lord s Day.”
Give scriptural reference.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Brown re
Cande s, Tobaccos and Cigars, at
turned Frirlay night of last week
L B. W O N D ERLY’«
from a trip to Newport. They
repoit conditions better on the
other side of the mountains; past
ures green and cattle looking line.
PnnHonger Train Schedule
Effect n - July 1 '». 1917
The fogs and dews have supplied
a sufficient amount of moisture.
Salem . . . 7 or, 9.35
They went by way of McTimmins
Dallas . . . X.15 10.57
Valley and returned by way of
Falls City M 5 11.80
Hoskins. They found some of the
roads badly cut up into ruts but
D (64 pm.
met with no mis-hap until near
Hoskins where they had a punct
9.20 1 .20
C orresp on d en t« wanted in every ure which delayed them some.
Dallas . . . 10.00 1.45
Salem . . . 11.00 3.10
n eigh borh ood in this section ot the They arrived home a 11 o’clock
A c 1*01- res, AOSST ^
cou n try .