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to The Nows not later than Wednesday.
Official Newspaper o f the Ctty of Talla Citi
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.
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white trimmed with ferns and
Many usefu' and valuable pres-
®n^a were received, among which
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made br Mr- W aves’
grandmother who is eighty-two
years ° f aKe-
Mr. and Mrs. Graves left on
I Wednesday morning for Corvallis
and Elk City. Saturday they leave
CARD OF THANKS
j for Fort Benton, where they will
We wish hereby to extend our be at home to their many friends
¡sincere thanks to those who so after October first, visiting Glacier
! kindly assisted us during the last Park and other points of interest
: illness and death of our beloved enroute.
| wife and mother, also the beauti-
While Mr. Graves is not so well
in Falls City as is his bride
| ful flowers.
made her home here for
Thos. Kneebone and family.
5 several years and is a young lady
Wednesday evening, Sept. 5, of many graces and popular with
at the Presbyterian manse, Miss all, yet he has many friends who
Post Office Time Card
Bertha Frink and William A. join in wishing them a long, happy
Office hours: Daily, except Sun Graham, o f Falls City were united and prosperous life together,
day, 8 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.
in marriage, Rev. D. A. McKinzie
The out of town guests were:
E. B Graves, Elk City; Mr.
Mail arrives, from
T. R. Pollock and daugh
Salem 8.45 a.in., 5:45 p m
Mr. and Mrs.
only attendants o f the bridal
Dallas. 8:45 A M . 5:45 P M.
Claude Cleveland and little son,
Portland vij (1erlinga-r, train 102 couple.—Polk County Itemizer.
Glendale; Mrs. W. A. Allensworth
11:55 a m.
and Miss Madge Allensworth,
DR. FOSTER, Chiropractor
Blark K..ek, 1:30 P M
Iowa; and Miss Grace
Mail cl>is»*s for:
>*I mh . 8 50 A.M .1 P M and 5:30
forms. The Electric Brush for
all scalp troubles. Phone 1624.
Mrs. Z. Batourney of Powell’s
Dallas. 8:50 A. M and 5:30P M.
Nattional Bank Building, Suit 21 camp was visiting friends in this
Portland via Gerlinger train 102
Dallas, Oregon, Box No. 362
city Tuesday and Wednesday.
1 p. m.
1 The family have the sympathy
! of the entire community in their
bereavement. The funeral was
was held Tuesday afternoon from
| the family residence.
son, pastor of the Methodist Epis-
copal Church officiating. Inter-
i ment in the City cemetery.
THE NEW S
Black Rock, 1 A. M.
Mail Order and Postal Savings
window closes at 6 P. M.
S unday O nly
Office hours: 9:30 to 10:30 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 ra C. M khrlixo , Postmaster
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On Tuesday evening, Septem
ber 1th. at the home of the bride’s
mother In I'll I Is. City, occurred
The best show at the Gem tonight the marriage o f Miss Bessie Mil
dred Cleveland, of Falla City, and
Clothes cleaned and pressed.
Mr. Benson Edward Graves of
Wm. Bohie. Fort Benton. Montana. The* cere
Mrs. W. H. Kneebone was a mony was performed by Elder H.
caller at the Floyd Jones home i G. Thurston of Salem, in the pres
ence of some forty assembled rela-
lives and friends.
Z. Batourney was down
At eight o’clock the strains of
Powell’s camp Monday.
Lohengrin's Wedding March, as
Jesse Griffin has returned from
plhjed by Miss Grace Hastings,
a few days outing on the Coust.
of Airlie, were heard and the
For Sale—Three good cows.
wedding party took their places
J. C. March, Falls City, Ore. beneath the floral arch.
Mrs. Wm. Bowick and children tfroom was accompanied by Mr.
expect to move in the Pete Knee -1 Austin Titus of Falls City. The
tone house which Mr. Christie' brides maids, Miss Esther Cleve
land and Miss Gladys Harlan, also
will soon vacate.
Fresh Bread. Cakes.Cookies.Pies j f Falls City, preceded the bride,
who was accompanied by her
and other bakery goods, everyj
cousin, Miss Madge Aliens worth
day. at the Falls City Bakery.
of Carson, Iowa, as maid of honor.
G.W. Green and wife left Tues
The bride’s gown, with over-
day evening for Long Beach, Cal. . • t f r „ Piri,tt- WM of j an_ n.
where they will spend the winter. akirt.^ Georgette, was or Japan
Mrs. Green is a sister o f the late
silk trimmed with silver lace,
Mrs. Thos. Kneebone, and came pearls, and hand embroidery,
to be at her bedside.
Her veil was held in place by a
Mrs. Laura Estey visited Miss' band of the si,ver lace and ed* l‘d
Eva Zielke at Dallas last Sunday. with pearls. She carried a shower
1 bouquet of brides roses and sweet
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bedient j ^
The maid of honor wore
Divine Services each Lord's Day enjoyed a short visit in Willamina
crepe de chine with pink
and other points last week.
satin trimmings, and carried
Bible School 10 a. m.
Divine worship 11 a. m.
Miss Esther Cleve-
Two, only have responded with 1 white roses.
Christian Endeavor 7 p. m.
scriptural proof as to which is the land wore pink -crepe de chine
Evening Service 8 p. m.
Lord's Day. Certainly everyone trimmed in white Georgette with
The public is invited to be with keeping His day should have evi- silver lace, and carried a white
1 dence of such a command.
us in these services.
basket with pink maline trim
F. Claude Stephens, Minister.
Miss Marie Reese left Sunday mings, containing pink and white
for Baker County where she will asters. Miss Gladys Harlan wore
teach school the coming year. Her pink taffeta with silver trimming,
M . E- C H U R C H
friends wish her the best success. and carried pink and white asters
Sunday School 1000
Alva Govier and wife drove in a pink basket with white maline
Morning Worship 11.
over from Soap Creek to attend trimmings. The groom and his
the funeral of Mrs. Kneebone. best man wore navy blue.
Ep worth League 700.
They returned to their home Fri
Evening Service 800
Immediately following the cere
Bibe study and prayer meeeting
mony the guests were summoned
Roy Graham left last week for to the veranda which had been
Thursday 8, p. m.
Oregon City where he is employed inclosed with fir boughs, autumn
You are most cordially invited
in the paper mill. He expects to leaves and ferns. This bower
to attend these services.
reside there during the winter.
was decorated in pink and white
A. F. Hanson, Pastor.
and lighted by Japanese lanterns.
Here a two-course luncheon was
the color scheme of pink
John Franklin Earhart, little
fourteen month-old son of Mr. and and white being carried out in
; Mrs. Geo. H. Earhart, died Sept, the refreshments. During the
i 2nd o f summer complaint. He is evening, punch was served in the
survived by one sister and six dining room.
The rooms were decorated in
brothers. Mr. Earhart and fam
and white, and pink and
ily recently moved here from
asters were used in profu
Black Rock, having purchased
The arch where the cere
; the large br own*house on the cor-
place was of pink and
! ner of Sixth and Mitchell street.
T h e r e 1« m ore C atarrh In thla section o f
th e cou n try than all o th er fli«easel put
togeth er, and until th e last fe w years
w as supposed to be Incurable. F o r a « r e s t
m a n y years d octors p ron ou n ced It a local
disease sn d p rescribed loca l rem edies, and
b y c o n sta n tly fa llin g to cu re w ith local
treatm ent, pronounced It Incurable. Sci
en ce h a s p roven C atarrh to bo a con sti
tutional disease, and th e re fo re require«
con stitu tion al treatm ent. H a ll's C atarrh
C ure, m a n u fa ctu red b y F. J C hen ey A
C o.. T oled o. Ohio, Is th e o n ly Constitu
tional cu re on the m arket. It Is taken In
tern a lly In doses from 10 d rop s to a tea-
sp oon fu l. I t a cts d irectly on the blood
an d m u cou s su rfa ces o f the system . T h ey
o ffe r one hundred d ollars fo r an y case It
fa lls to cure. Send fo r c irc u la rs an d tes
tim on ials.
A d d r e ss : F . J. C H E N E Y A CO., T o le d o , Qa
Bold b y D r n r g U U , 75c.
Z a k s B all’s Family Pills for constipation.
SATURDAY, 8KPTKMHKP M. 1917.
New Fall and Winter Dress Good«
P H Y M C tA X
C. J. Bradley and wife and Roy
Russell and wife left last Satur
day on an outing to the Coast.
F. M. H E L L W A R T H
I’llYHICIAN AND 8UKU.KON
Olilo« uno tloor rast ol P, O.
T H E PICK OF T H E S E A S O N
M i •• sn d
Ret Limit'« I IlOtlU tHHi
New Serges. Batistes,
Gaberdines and Suitings.
Falla 1 11»,
Come and inspect these goods
before purchasing elsewhere.
FALLS CITY MERCANTILE CO.
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NEW U P -T O -D A T E
L I N E OF
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware
and Cut Glass.
Agates Cut and Mounted.
Expert Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing.
C. H. F IS H E R ,
F A LLS C I T Y , ORE
F Ü N F MAI . t l l H K I T O K
WE S E L L T H E BEST
Today, tomorrow, or next week you
will And the best that can be bought
at any time or any place.
SHOES AND LOGGERS SUPPLIES
Prices as low as consistent
FALLS CITY LOGGING 4 LIMBER CO.
G M ’ ä
Headquarter* (or Candy and Cibari
s f t a y f t g tifo ® E i a o i f l
W BATH ERI. Y CONFECTIONERY.
Over-work, worry and
the constant strain of a
business Fife are often
a cause of much trouble.
Dr. Miles’ Nervine
is highly recommended
for all Nervous disor
ders. It is particularly
invaluable to business
women. Regulate your
bowels by using
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F IR S T
B O T T L E . OR
F A iU S T O B E N E F IT YOU , YO U R
M O N E Y W IL L B E R E F U N D E D .
Candi' S, Tobacco« and Cigar«, at
I.. B. WON DERBY'S
N ERVOUS A T T A C K S .
"1 «u ff*r«d w ith tn-rvou. » t -
ta ck s and hcadachen. Th^n m y
liver g ot ou t o f order en d It
neemed a « though m y whole
• ja tem
m enced uelng Dr. M ile«' N erv
ine and a I no took Dr. M ile«'
IJver Pill« «n d n ow I fe«l per
fe c tly well In ev ery way. My
hnwols a lso are la good »h ap «
n ow .”
MRS. A U G U STA K E I8E R .
1149 P ortland Ave..
R ochester. N. T.
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Passenger Train Schedule
Effective July 15, 1917
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Salem . . . 7:05 9.86
Dallas . . . 8.15 10.57
Fai is City . 8.45 11.30
Falls City. 9.20 1.20
Dallas . . . 10.00 1.45
Salem . . . 11.00 3.10
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U N IV ER S IT Y O F O R EG O N . Espem. O r « M
Vernon and Howard Brentrfcr
were over from Newberg Mon
The mill company are decking
logs again. During the time they
were repairing and extending the
logging road it was necessary to
use logs from the stack to keep the
p rof cretonni cnrOo
The only symptom of Labor
Day in Falls City was the closing
of the postoffice and bank.
W.A. Persey left Monday morn
ing for Salem where he will re
main for a time.
C. J. Pugh announces that he
will be ready to receive evergreen
Will Hinshaw returned last Sat-
Austin Titus was in Dallas Mon
urday from Idaho where he has
account of it and send it to the
News. Your friendswould like to been employed all summer.
Extra copies ol The News »re
read about it.
Mr. and Mrs. ( ’has. Hopkins printed each week, and will be sent ,
are spending the week with rela to any address desired, postpaid,
Mrs. Mary Miller is entertaining
tives at Eugene.
for 5 cents per copy.
her brother N. B. Gilliam of Car-
Correspondents wanted in every
field, Washington, who arrived
The mill shut dow a few days
Brother and sister this week. Unofficial reports say neighborhood in this section ol tna
had not met before in 39 years.
lack of orders and car shortage.
When you take a trip, write an