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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
A N D
Local Haws Horns
F ibs Methodist
Sunday School 10 a. m.
The ties! show at tha Gem tonight
Preaching service 11 a. m.
Song and praise service 7:30
Clothes cleaned and pressed.
followed by preaching at 8:00.
Mid-week prayer meetingTrflH p.m
Everyone cordially invited to
Newly furnished rooms to rent.
attend these services.
Close to mill. M. R. Matthews.
Edgar N. Long. Pastor.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Moyer re
turned last week from a visit.
Miss Maliel Sheppard of Salem
Divine Services each Lord’s Day
visiting friends in town this
Bible School 10 a. m.
Divine worship 11 a. in.
Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m.
C. F. Vick of Salem was trans
Evening Service 7:30 p. m.
acting business in this city Tues
The public is invited to be with day.
us in these services.
Mrs. C. L Hopkins spent a few
F. Claude Stephens. Minister
days in Salem last week.
M. E- C H U R C H
Good farm for sale cheap for
cash. Will exchange. Phone 77.
Better insure that auto now.
Don't cost much. See N.N.Christy
N. Main St.
Sunday School 10:00
Morning Worship 11.
Epwoi^h League 6:30.
Evening Service 7:30
Bibe study and prayer meeeting
Friday 8, p. m.
You are most cordially invited
to attend these services.
A. F. Hanson. Pastor.
Fresh Bread, Cakes.Cookies.Pies
and other bakery goods, every
day, at the Falls City Bakery.
“ No wonder sugar is scarce
when we consider that the United
States has sent eighteen times
more sugar to our allies the past
year than in any former year.
In Paris you can go into a gro
Sunday. November 11th at the
[eery ami buy all the sugar you
home of the bride's parents, Mr.
have the price to pay for, while
and Mrs. liewis Crawford, occur
here at home it is fifty cent»
red the marriage of lhefc daughter
¡worth to a faini'y.
Ida 1. Crawford to Walter R.
Hoover should see to it that the
Kimber of Spring Brook. Oregon.
| American people are not played
The nuptial rite was performed
for patriotic dunces — Exchange.
by Rev. Hanson, pastor of the M,
E. Church of Falls City, in the
presence of a few near relatives
and friends. A brother, of the
H ow 'ii Thin f
bride. Ira A. Crawford, came
Wo offer On» Hundre«! Dollar* II*
from the Vancouver Barracks to ward for any cat« of Catarrh that
cannot b* cured by Halt's Catarrh
acts as best man, while Margret Cure
Kimes was the bridesmaid. Mr.
F J. CH ENEY A C O . ToWdo. O
IV». Ui» un<l»r»lan»<1 hav* known F I
and Mrs. Kiml>er will make their Ch»n»y
for Hi» U»t 14 y»ara. »nil h»l|n»
perfectly honorable In all bu»ln-»»
home on the farm of the grooni trancacilon»
and Onanrlall» ahi» lo ca n y
any obllaallon» mad» by bla Orm.
near Spring Brook. Their many out NATIONAL
PANK O r COUMF.nCE,
friends extend heartiest congratu
H all'» Catarrh Cur» I» laknn Internally,
acting directly upon Ih» hlood and mu
18th at 2:30 p. m.
aurfacc» o f ili» »vaim i Teatlmonlal*
»«nt free Prie - 7S cent« per botti», told
by all DnntKlata
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Let’s both be
Thankful th is
giving D a y -
AROUND THE WORLD
In Eighty Days”
By Jules Verne
Also Author of “ Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea”
THE CAMEL RACE!
THE CHINESE OPIUM DEN!
THE JAPANESE CABARET!
Bring the Children—Will Please Both the Young and the Old
COME EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH
Adulfs 20 Cenls
You for the money we
can save you on your
new Suit or Overcoat
and us for the pleasure
of gaining a satisfied
Ira Crawford of the 44th came
down from Vancouver last Satur
day night to visit his parents, Mr
I and Mrs. Lewis Crawford. They
; had a family re-union on Sunday.
Ira returned to Vancouver Sun-
1 day night.
ALSO AN UPROARING COMEDY
Eight R e e l s ............................................. Eight Reels
Close attention to
work is the cause
of much Pain and
Obtain relief by
taking one or two
A W *U L BUFFERING.
" I «uttered untold Agony
w ith neuralgia. I thought I
w ould go m ad with pain. A
friend ot m ine advised me
to taka Dr. Miles’ Anti-Pa In
Pill*. X did bo and the pain
alm ost at oace.
Then I e o m m e n -d using
Dr. Miles’ N w rln e and be-
fo r* long I waa ao that 1 did
n ot hav* these pains any
1 J. FTlfT B R ,
M l E. f U t i * Are.,
Colorado Springs, C*lo.
D R . M I L t S *
Then tone up the Nervous
System by using
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B O T T L E , O H B O X . F A IL S
YOU, Y O U *
B E .R E F U N D E D .
M O N E Y W IL L
FOR ONE AT
Thompson’s Drug Sto
r li v a ic i am
F. M. HELLWARTH
PHYÍICIAN AND 8 UUUEON
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Bohle’ s Barber Shops
F a ll* C lip , O r e g o n
kfhrrt y*u eia <rl « Shm. Hair Cal. Balk
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H A W K IN S
MARBLE AND GRANITE
M O N U M E N T S
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KU N K IIA I. 1 >I HKCTOR
R . L. C H A P M A N
C. J. BRUCE, Proprietor.
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, Falla City. Ora.
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M IC K A L S O
D e a le r Ift
H I I A L ! -S T A T E
Kalb City, Oregon.
Frwh Beef, Pork, Fish, Poultry, Etc.
Will buy your Beeves, Veals, Hogs and CMokens.
CALL AND DIVE US A TRIAL.
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N. N. CHRISTY
If you want to Buy, Sell, Exchange or Rent Property
Come and see me. I respectfully solicit your business.
A l (he fiEM ToNight
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( IIR ibIM AH PRESENE
W o a lt o , id f p r | l w o r k p r o m p t l y .
S. VV. Baldwin of Ada. Kansas
came Thursday to visit his aunt.
Mrs. Hattie Wood. He ha3 been
visiting relatives in Washington.
He will go to Long Beach, Calif,
and visit relatives there before he
Mrs. Grier spent Friday visiting
friends in Falls City.
Notice is hereby given that M.
L. Thompson, administrator of
the estate of Matildu TraviB,
deceased, has tiled his final ac
count as such administrator in
the County Court of the State of
Oregon for the County o f Polk,
j and that Monday, the 3d day of
j December, 1917, at the hour of
| ten o ’clock in the forenoon of
said day. at the court room of
said Court, in the County Court
I House in Dallas, Polk County,
Oregon, has been appointed by
' said Court as the time and place
! for the hearing of objections to
| the said final account and the
FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET
Musical Art Quarttete Monday
evening at Wagner’s Hall. Tickets
now selling at Thompson’s.
Miss Seviers of Salem spent
Thursday in Falls City assisting
Mrs. Hopkins with the Library.
WOULD MAKE A CORKING
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Mrs. Hellwarth was a Salem
| visitor Friday.
Children 15 Cents
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Dated and first published Nov
em b er 3, 1917.
M .L. THOMPSON.
Administrator of the estate of
Matilda Travis, deceased.
OSCAR HAYTER. Attorney
To Measure Only at
Will Hinshaw and G. D. Treat
came Thursday night from Hos
kins to spend a few days at home.
Mr. Hinshaw is head carpenter
and Treat, head painter for the
Valley & Siletz rail road.
A NEW Kill WON
T ake d a ll a I a n n i» Pilla tor co a a tlp a tlo a .
Iron Hand Tonight
Jack Wagner and S. Crocker
shipped ten tons of dried prunes
this week. Wagner built a three
tunnel dryer on his ranch this
Use engraved calling cards and
Correspondents wanted in every summer, 20 x 40.
stationery. Call and see sample neighborhood in this section ol tne
cards and get prices.
The Public Library will soon be
ready lor use.
Don't fail to see the Iron Hand
Walter Williams is having a to night at Wagner’s Hall. This
cement sidewalk put down in front is the farewell appearance of the
| of his property on North Main st. Fulls City Dramatic Club.
The members of the Falls City
Dramatic Club will donate as a
personal contribution a portion of
the proceeds of the performance
of the Iron Hand, to the Y. M. C.
A. War Fund.
at Wagner's Hall, Sunday, Nov.,
Mrs. Eva Young of Petersburg.
Mich, is visiting her sister, Mrs.
WANTED To exchange city
income property for ranch. See
Don't forget to bring in news
N. N. Christy. Phone 77. Falls
or drop them in our “ news
box” at the postoffice. We appre
FOR SALE—Seven acres, un ciate them.
improved, at the foot of Parry St.
Extra copies ol The News are
Terms. Make best offer. R. H.
Clark, 225 N. East 55th St. Port printed each week, and will be sent
to any address desired,'* postpaid,
THE i U l L F H M I
“ LET CHARITY BEGIN AT HOMU'
At The Churches
A ct i t
SATim PAY. NOV KM HK P 17, »917,
FALLS C I T Y NEWS
N. Main Street
Candi'*«, Tubaccoa and Cigars, at
L. B. WONDKRLY’S
Falls City, Oregon
Ileadcpiarters for Candy and Cigar«
WE HANDLE THE
Ed. V. Price & Co’s
i: Call and Examine Samples
FALLS CITY LUMBER & LOGGING CO.
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