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FALLS CTTY NEWS
DISTRICT QUARTERLY MEETING
Œil? 3Falln ditif Nruiß
Publisher . « ______
Kut*r»4 to OiK^nd-ciooo mail a t tb# pootofft?«
• t Falla City. Polfc Ooanty. Oregon. M Ä T tha
A rt of Coagreaa of March S. I8Ì9.
Trifali**«- Newv Offk».
Subeerlption Rat»«: O n ay v ar * 1 0 0 : a l l month*,
to c u u ; thro» month*. *5 tm tt; *tn«l* topy. » ct*.
SALEM & F A L L S CITY STAGE
At Frst Methodist Church
D. L. WOOD . —J i '.
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER M , 1017.
Quortorlj meeting ssrvkes of
the Salem District will be held in
The beet .how at the Gen. tonight Fa„s CHy
Clothes cleaned and pressed.
evening. Sept. 27th and lasting
Win. Bohle. over Sunday, Sept 30.
Salem lo Falli City and Inlarmcdlatc Pointa.
P. M. HELLW ARTH
Falls City 6:;«* A. M. Dallas 7.-05 A.M. Salem
8:15 A. M.
" ;i,m* " "
9:35 ‘ “
11:00 " • «
J. C. March returned Thum taj
EW?r ,R,v- Ho» ^ '
“ " 2:00 P. M.
430 r . M.
from a trip to Salem.
!* " " h “ " " i »!«" . number
1 INI ■■ ««
of ministers of the district, also a
Salem 10:30 A. M.
11:55 A.M. Falls City 12:80 " «1
Fritz Droege made a trip to delegation of lay members.
1« 4:00 ”
2.00 P. M.
Dallas Monday morning.
Phases of Sunday school and
5:00 " “
7.(Ml ” <<
6:25 ” ”
Vernon Brentner of Newberg missionary work \\ ill be discussed
7:00 “ “
9:00 " • 1
8:25 " "
was in town Wednesday.
social meetings. I lan to a t-,
tend and bring your friends and
Mr. Z. Batourney was down | enjoy these serv ices with us.
FARE: Falls City to Dallas 35c. Falla City to Salem ROo.
from Powell’s camp Tuesday.
in Falls City may leave call at F. C Hotel and wo will pioli
Edgor N. Long Pastor. |
thorn up at thaif homes end leave them there on return.
W-. A. Persey was up from Sa-
lem Tuesday and Wednesday.
GOOD HOME FOR SALE
LTse engraved calling cards and
AT THE PRICE OF RENT
stationery. Call and see sample This is a chance where a work
cards and get prices.
ing man can own his own home
Fresh Bread. Cakes,Cookies,Pies and hardly know how he paid for
and other bakery goods, every ¡L 1
®®ll m-v house in Fulls
day, at the Falls City Bakery. ' City for $850.-$50 down and $12
per month. Look this up at once;
Geo. W. Brentner and wile ot jFs certainly a snap. Address
Newberg came last Saturday and
j ^ Gorden, Owner,
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware
spent several days visiting friends
in the eity.
and Cut Glass.
Copy lor new ads. and changes should ba tent
to The News not later than Wednesday.
O fficial Newspaper of the City of T ails C iti
I ssued E very S aturday M orning
Post Office Time Card
Office hours: Daily, except Sun
day, 8 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.
Mail arrives, from
Salem 8.45 a.m., 5:45 p.m.
Dallas, 8:45 A. M., 5:45 P. M.
Portland via Gerlinger, train 102
11:55 a. m.
Black Rock, 1:30 P. M.
Mail closes for:
Salem. 8.50 A.M., 1 P.M. and 5:30
Dallas, 8:50 A. M. andó:30P. M.
Portland via Gerlingei train 102
1 p. m.
Black Rock, 1 A. M.
Mail Order and Postal Savings
window closes at 6 P. M.
S unday O sly
Office hours: 9:30 to 10:80 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.
Mothers Doll Story
One day In the nursery a little dap
ple gray pony got to thinking about
the time he had an adventure. So he
told his friend the black donkey all
•‘I shall never forget that day,” said
the dapple pony, “the day I spilled
a little puppy boy right out of the hay
wagon because he kept striking me
with a switch!”
“I would like to see him do that to
me.''’ cried Jack, putting his long don
key ears back and looking quite fierce
about i t
“Would you like to hear how I upset
him?” asked the dapple pony.
“Of course I would,” said the don
“Ho, ho! I have to laugh every time
I think about It! I Just Jumped to one
side and toppled the whole wagon up
side down. Of course the puppy fell
out underneath everything else. It was
"It served him right for striking you
with a switch," said the donkey. Then
he rubbed his nose against the dappled
pony's nose, which is the horsey way
of being good frienda.
T h e E le p h a n t’s T ru n k .
Naturalists consider the elephant's
trunk the most marvelous miracle of
nature. It contains over 4,000 mus
cles, a great many more than are found
in the entire human body. By the aid
of these muscles the trunk will uproot
trees or gather grass, lift a cannon or
a nut, kill a man or brush off a fly.
Boy 8 c o u ta G row ing.
■be national headquarters of the Boy
tuts of America at New fo rk has
ted a statement showing that the
■rage registration of boys per day In
scout* Is at the rate of 1.250. There
231.180 ecouta In good standing, an
rease of over ¡50,000 since Jan. L
4M •g n u
ON. FOSTER, Chlropraetor
Treats nil Chronic Troubles suc
cessfully, using electricity in all
forms. The Electric Brush for
all scalp troubles. Phone 1624.
Nattiona! Hank Building, Suit 21
Dallas, O regon,
NEW U P - T O - D A T E
Darby O’Brian and Paul Lunde,
The mass meeting held at the
brother of N. A. Lunde, of Salt City Hall Wednesday night devel-
Lake City, who have been visiting \
. . .
here several weeks, departed £or oped two factions. One led by
the Mayor, Albert Teal. Ira Mehr-
their homes Thursday.
ling and C. J. Pugh, who were
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Moyer re
in favor of rebuilding
turned Wednesday from Salem.
The other party
They went that far with Mr.
Moyer’s brother, who was leaving led by F. K. Hubbard and W. B.
for his home in N ebraska.
McKowan are opposing any ex-
A mass meeting was called for penditures that can be avoided.
Wednesday night to discuss the The Council will meet tonight at
bridge proposition, but the crowd 7:30 to further consider the mat-
failed to mobilize, as they are ter, which will be open to those
wary of public meetings so soon who are interested.
after pay day.
Agate* Cut and Mounted.
Expert Watch, Clock and Jewtlry Repairing.
C. H. F I S H E R ,
Mrs. J. West and daughter, Lo-
leta and James Bohle of Falls City
visited the E. M. Halevs this week.
Miss West and Mr. Bohle are for
mer pupils of Mr. Haley and both
have engagements to teach this
year.—The Carlton Sentinel.
Dr. and Mrs. G. E. Prime, Mrs.
Mary Miller, and Mrs. Miller's
brother, Nelson Gilliam, motored
to Newberg Sunday to visit Mrs.
Miller’s sister, Mrs. Frink, of that
place. Mrs, Miller and her broth
er will remain there for a few
S o m p le R o o m *
B o o t A c c o m m o d a tio n *
D ro o a * . P ro p rie to r
Bohle’ s Barber Shops
F olio C ity. O regon
WNtrt »Oi e«* gei « i h m . loir Col. Both
Agoni far Dallas ‘.item l aondry
h w u m « lorwartlail lu«-,.!*» availing
F A L L S C I T Y, O R E .
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G . L. H A W K I N S
MARBLE AN D GRANI TE
WE S E L L T H E BEST
D a llo * , O regon
F UN K R A I. D IK K C TO R
Today, tomorrow, or next week you
will find the best that can be bought
at any time or any place.
SHOES AND LOGGERS SUPPLIES
REPORT OF THE CONDITION Of THE
Bank of Falls City
Prices as low as consistent with
at Falla City, In the State of O reto n . at
the close of business Septem ber 11, 1917.
FALLS CITY LOGGING & LIMBER CO.
Loans an d dlocounU
Bond* a u d w arran ts
F u rn itu re an d fixtures
Due from L anki (not reserve banks)
Due from approved reserve bank»
C h ec k « au d o th er caah item s
Cash on b an d
6,887.79 ■frH I-M M I I i 1 H -H -I-H - !
To I AX,
$lu0,65d 1 2
I T T l i i l i T
Capital sti>ck paid in
U ndivided profit-« less expenses
an l taxes paid
Postal savings bank de
In d iv id u a l deposits sub
ject to check
Dem and certificates of
Time an d ¿savings deposits 8.66&J25
T otal ,
G E T YOUR
BUTTER W R A P P E R S
P R I N T E D AT T H I S O F F I C E .
State of Oregon)
County of Folk) s8’
I, W. H. Beard. Cashier of the above nam ed
bank, do solem nly swear th a t the above state
m ent is tru e to th e best of my knowledge and
W. H BEARD, Cashier
Subscribed and sw orn to before me this 18th
day of Septem ber, 1917.
F. K. HUBBARD
If the city is not able to rebuild
the footbridge let’s have a footlog.
Economy is alright if it is used
properly—taken in broken doses.
Com m ission expires Jan . 6tfc, 1920.
Strangers coming into town and C O R R E C T -A ttest:
M. L. Thompson, )
after looking at the wreckage
Ira V. M ehrling. \ Directors
E G W hite.
wonder if the Germans have made
an areoplane raid. Not a good
way to boost the sale of your
A f The Churches
property or rent your vacant
houses even though they be in
a different part of the city.
The dil apidated bridge is the first
bit of structural art that greets
Sunday School 10 a. m.
gaze of the stranger and he gets
Preaching service 11 a. m.
out of town as quick as the Lord
Song and praise service 7:30
and the S. P. will let him. S. P.
followed by preaching at 8:00.
stands for Southern Pacific and Mid-week prayer meeting 7:30 p.m
alludes to the railroad, and not to
Everyone cordially invited to
the Suffering Public who have attend these services.
been patiently waiting for the
Edgar N. Long, Pastor.
City Council to make their threat,
“This Walk Closed For Repairs,”
Divine Services each Lord’s Day
Bible School 10 a. m.
Divine worship 11 a. m.
Glenn J. Ferguson and Miss Ida
Christian Endeavor 7 p. m.
May Dunn were married at the
Evening Service 8 p. m.
Dallas Court House Wednesday
public is invited to be with
afternoon. Justice of the Peace,
H. Holman officiated.
F. Claude Stephens, Minister.
There 1« more Catarrh In Ihla «action of
the country than all other dlseaaes p ut
together, and until the laat few year*
w n auppoeed to be Incurable. For a great,
many year* doctor* pronounced It a local
dlaeaae and preacrlbed local rented!«*, and
by constantly falling to cure with local
treatment, pronounced It Incurable. Sci
ence haa proven Catarrh to bo a consti
tutional dlaeaae. and therefor* requires
conitltuttona! treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J Cheney Sc
Co.. Toledo. Ohio, Is the only Constitu
tional cure on the market. It Is tak»n In
ternally In doses from 10 drops to a tea-
spoonful. It acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system. They
offer one hundred dollars for any case It
falls to cure. Send for circulars and tes
Address: F. 3 CHENEY * CO., Toledo, O,
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Take Bali's Family Pills for constipation.
Box No. 362
» 110M C 00 tla ib o
HEATH & BEAN, Owners.
Joe Harlan le ft Monday for De
troit, Oregon where he will visit
his brother, and do some hunting.
He will also visit Mrs. Harlan’s
A g r i-g r a p h s
brother at Scio. He expects to be
Lavish living Is an American trait absent about two weeks.
In loading a freight car with cabbage or
Or onions or milk or potatoes or ham.
A few extra pounds that are put In with
Will add to the cargoes our allies must
I honi* .Uici
I ra C. M e h r u n g , Postm aster
that leads to unnecessary and even
criminal food waste.
The empty tin can Is a mosquito
nursery. Punch holes in the bottom
before throwing It away.
The housewives are-belng asked to
save 11,000.000.000 worth of food from
the garbage pail and $1,000,000,000
from unnecessary use of food, as at
8oon It will be tco late to plant that
spare land to buckwheat, and Instead
of having some extra food for man and
animals next year there will be only
The car shortage promises to con
tinue, and the men who need fertiliz
ers and other supplies will not get
them unless they are ordered long in
advance of the time they will be used.
it va I' 1 c I ko
Advertialnf Rato*: DtaptaT, 1* c*nl*»u loeb;
Bus! neat Notice*. S cant* a If n*: R't »ale. R*nt,
Exchange, Want and Pay Bntertaiument No
ttca*. 5 eta. a Une. Card oi Thank* SO eta; Lag*
Notices, legal rates.
PHYSICIAN AND 8U R0I0N
Otlica olio door e»»t o! I’, O.
M. E CHURCH
Sunday School 10:00
Morning Worship 11.
Epworth League 7.00.
Evening Service 8:00
Bibe study and prayer meeeting
Friday 8, p. m.
You are most cordially invited
to attend these services.
A. F. Hanson, Pastor.
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Candi'1». Tobacco» und Cigare, at
L B. WONUERLY’Ö
THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
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UNIVERSITY OF ONE#00. fnM«e. Or»««*
IIeadi|iiartt:rM for Candy and CigAri
WKATHKKLY CONFECTION ElfY.
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L I V E D IN M I S E R Y .
" I *aff*ra<1 grantly from
och«n. Tha least excite
ment gave me dreadful
pain. I began using Dr.
Milas’ Nervine and a few
day* later started to take
Dr. Mile«’ Heart Tr< it-
ment. I soon got edtnuch
better that I wee encour
aged and continued taking
<he two remedies until I
wee so well that work was
no bother to me at all.”
MRS. LOUIS BLO.
Idaho Fails, Idaho.
apt to affect the nerves,
and continual standing
may weaken the Heart.
Dr. Miles’ Nervine
is invaluable fo r N e rv o u s
tr o u b le s, and fo r th e H eart
is highly recommended.
IF F IR S T B O T T L E F A I L » T O B E N E
MONEY W I L L Be
FIT Y O U , Y O U R
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
Passenger Train Schedule
Effective July 18. 1917
S a le m . . .
D a lla s . . .
F a lls C ity .
B l ’k R o c k .
IE ANT ROUND
B l’k R o c k
F a lls C ity .
D a lla s . . .
S a le m . . .
9 .3 5
1 0 .5 7
1 1 .3 0
1 1 :5 0
1 .0 0
9 .2 0 1 .2 0
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1 1 .0 0 3 .1 0
7 :0 5
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3 .4 5
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Don’t forget to bring in news
items, o r drop them in our “ news
box” at the postoffice. We appre
Extra copies of The New* ar
printed each week, and will be sen
to any address desired, post pa i
for 5 cents per copy.
Correspondents wanted in every
neighborhood in this suction ot ins