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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
FOR S A L E
Good farm for sale cheap for
cash. Will exchange. Phone 77.
Wm. Bowick whs in Dallas Tues
day having some dental work
Notice is hereby given that by
virtue o f an execution and order o f
sale issued out o f the Circuit Court o f
the State o f Oregon for Polk County,
on the 17th, day o f Novem ber, 1917,
and to me directed, upon a ju d ge
ment which was enrolled am i dock
eted in the office o f the clerk o f said
Court on the 13th, day o f October.
1917, in a certain suit then pending
in said Court wherein Pauline M.
Hahn was plaintiff and Sarah Line-
back, Abraham Lineback and Jane
Doe Cox. were defendents, (Case No
5034). a Judgement was rendered in
favor o f the abovo named plaintiff.
Pauline M. Hahn and against the
above named defendants, Sarah
Lineback, Abraham Lineback and
Jane Doe Cox, fo r the sum o f Four
Hundred Dollars ($400.00) now due
on said judgement, with interest
thereon at the rate o f 9 per cent per
annum from the 16th. day o f June.
1910, together with Forty Dollars
($40.00), A ttorney's fees, with inter
est thereon at the rate o f 9 per cent
per annum from the 13th, day o f
October. 1917. and the further sum
o f Fifteen Dollars ($15.00), costs and
and disbursements and costs o f and
S A T U R D A Y . DECEMBER 8, 1017.
F A L L S C IT Y N E W S
THE EDISOH DIAMOHO
Do You W an t a Pair of
New S ho esfo rChristmas
Walter Dorman of Salem visited
his brother, W. H. Dorman, last
The world’s greatest value in
phonogruphs, will be increased
in price on January 1, 1918.
You o f course will wunt to buy
your Diamond Amberola before
January 1st. Let us give you a
word o f udvice about the freight
Freight is moving
There may be
freight embargoes. Order your
Diamond Amberola now and
make sure o f getting it before
We have Men's Logging Shoes. Work Shoes,
Dress Shoes,— Shoe« for Everyone Men,
Women and Children.
There is said to be a “ merry”
fight on against the dancing fra
ALSO BIST GRADE OF RUBBERS
Mrs. Rose spent Thanksgiving
with her daughter. Mrs. Frank
W HEN IN DALLAS
Miss Mary Hammond wept to
Black Rock Monday, returning
the same day.
Rev. Edgar Lotij^ and family
and Mrs. Alex Courier were in
Miss Marie Ostrander of Pedee
was the guest o f Miss Esther
Cleveland last week.
Fresh Bread. Cakes,Cookies,Pies
and other bakery goods, every
da y, at the Falls City Bakery,
Thompson’s Drug Store
Bicycles and Sundries
p ro fc s o to n a l t ln r t a
WE DO ALL KIND OF
P IlY B IfU N
M E C H A N I C A L R E P A IR IN G
Auto Top Work
F. M. H E L L W A R T H
PHYSICIAN AND SUBQBON
Office one door cant of I*. O
nine« «tot Phone 368
H ealü vitr«
217 Main Street,
u n a ro
U u o tn c s o D C
r t o a i
E x tra copies oi Th e News are
printed each week, and w ill be sent
to an y address desired, postpaid,
Correspondents wanted in erery
neighborhood in this section ot tne
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.
Clothes cleaned and pressed.
Bohle’s B arber Shops.
Because it plays all makes o f disc records.
falla City, Oregon
2. "I It has the sw eetest tone.
• h trt you can ,»t a ih m . I . l r Cal. Bilk
or 'th in*'
No needles to change.
AtraI lor Dalla» '.trim Lt.Ury
fill liillea forW « f il m i i
4. It uses a genuine round highly polished Sapphire
ball which doesen’ t injure the surface o f the record.
om m I ajt
tW O llTf
M nS rM K N Tft
Hence this guarantee:
Every Bathe record is guaranteed to play at least 1000
times with theSaphire ball without impairment to the beauty
o f the tone, and without showing any wear on the record.
G . L. H A W K IN S
COME IN A N D H E A R T H E BATHE, and
MARBLE AND GRANITE
M O N U M E N T S
make arra ngements to secure one for a Christmas present
for the family. Brices range from 425.00 to 4225.00.
Rev. Edgar Long and family
Mrs. W. Ward and Mrs. Macey
autoed to Dallas Monday return
ing the same day.
D roogo. P r e a r le ie r
H A 111.Mi SllOI-a
W H Y ?
Ladies bracelet watches make
useful Christmas gifts. Come in
and look them over. C. H.Fisher
C. H. FISHER, Jeweler,
YU N K R A I. D ill BUTOR
Falls City, Ore.
R . L. C H A P M A N
Wo ittond to all work promptly.
H I I I H I I
‘ 0 all a g and Falla City. Org.
FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET
C. J. BRUCE, Proprietor.
The city council caused appro
priate signs to be placed on the
doors of the city hall and public
library. Christy “ done it.”
The South Hill Club met at the
home of Mrs. C. L. Hopkins last
Morning Worship 11.
Friday afternoon. A very pleas
Mrs. N. N. Christy was in Dal-
Epworth League 6:30.
ant time was spent with sewing
Evening Service 7:30
and music and late in the after
Prayer meeeting and teachers
George Brown o f Salem was in noon a Hoover luncheon was serv
training class Friday 7:30.
the city Friday.
ed by the hostess.
You are most cordially invited
Pete Teal moved down from
H. W. Reynolds, an ex-printer
to attend these services.
camp this week.
publisher, wandered into our
A. F. Hanson. Pastor.
Alva Jones spent the day in sancium Wednesday to view the
lovely ‘ forms’ and the gambols
The Hicks 1918 Almanac
o f the elusive type lice. Mr. Rey
Fred Trask of Corvallis was in
nolds has been engaged in farm
For more than twenty-five the city last week.
ing during the past two years,
years the Hicks Almanac has had
Miss Clara Sampson was in this year near Falls City.
a world-wide reputation.
says that he has quit the printing
1918 Almanac has been prepared Portland
business, but we all quit—some
by Irl R. Hicks, Jr., assisted by
Thos. Kneebone made a trip to
Rev. John B. Noys, for many Dallas Tuesday on business.
years the assistant editor associ
Ira Mehrling was a passenger
One can not help but smile at
ated with Rev. Irl R. Hicks. Eig-
some o f the concoctions proposer]
ger, brighter better than ever is for Salem Tuesday morning.
by food experts. The home-made
a concise description o f the 1918
W. A. Persey o f Salem was in
soap deserves special notice. It
Almanac. It is now ready and the city a few hours Tuesday.
is to be made from meat drippings
is sold as before fo r 35c ppstpaid.
Mrs. Z. Batourney was down and concentrated lye, and is
Word and Works is the name o f
the monthly fam ily magazine from Powell’s camp Wednesday. highly recommended for the bath.
It doubtless would be efficient in
founded by Rev. Irl R. Hicks.
Several were down from Powells
The subscription price is 41.00 a camp Saturday on account o f the removing dirt, but we are inclined
to believe that it would remove
year, including a copy o f The snow.
some o f the hide also.
Hicks Almanac to the subscriber.
Postmaster Mehrling has re means, make the soap, but be
Send 5 cents for a sample copy.
W rite, Word and W orks Pub.Co. ceived a suyply o f Thrift Stamps sure and “ Hooverize” when using
it for the bath.
3401 Franklin Ave, St. Louis, Mo and W a r Saving Certificates.
Sunday School 10:00
S am ple S t o m i
Beat A ccom m odation»
The Pathephone has long been established as the leading
talking machine of Europe, and is now rapidly
establishing itself in America
Mrs. F. A. Jones and Elsie
Kneebone called on their sister
Mrs. Wm. Bowick Monday after
Come and select your Christmas
while the 'stock is complete
JO H N W’ . ORR,
will lay them away for you
Sheriff o f Polk County, Ore.
Divine Services each Lord’s Day
for. C. H. Fisher,
W. C. W IN S L O W .
Bible School 10 a. m.
Attorney fo r plaintiff.
Divine worship 11 a. m.
Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m.
Richard Paul has been in a very
Evening Service 7:30 p. m.
critical condition with his ankle
The public is invited to be with
that was broken several weeks
us in these services.
ago. Blood poison set up and he
F. Claude Stephens, Minister.
suffered greatly. He was report
ed to be much better Friday.
Th e best show at the Gem tonight
M . E CHURCH
j f i i i i ô C ít\? 1 b o t c i
TH E PATHEPHONE
Several from this vicinity at
tended the Farmers’ Union meet
ing at Bridgeport Tuesday night
Rev. Hanson bought a pig ana
it fcot away from him and he spent
Monday chasing it and was one
day late getting to Salem.
satisfy said execution, therefore, I
Don’t forget to bring in news
items, or drop them in our “ news
box” at the postoffice. We appre
W A N T E D —To exchange city will, on Monday, the 24th, day o f
Mrs, G. W. Reese leaves today
income property for ranch. See December, 1917, at the hour o f one for a week’s visit with her mother
N. N. Christy. Phone 77. Falls o’ clock p. m. o f said day, at the front Mrs. Powell, at Myrtle Creek.
door o f the Court House at Dallas,
Oregon, in Polk County, sell at pub'ie
A dance will be given Wednes
auction to the highest bidder L,r day night at Matthews Hall for
Use engraved calling cards and
cash in hand on day o f sale all the the benefit o f the gymnasium.
stationery. Call and see sample
cards and get prices.
Better insure that auto now. upon this w rit; and whereas, it was
One-half doz Community knives
Don't cost much. See N.N.Christy further ordered and decreed by said
Court that the following described and forks, special sale price $5.00
N. Main St.
C. H. Fisher, Jeweler.
property should be sold by me to
right, title, interest and estate which
said defendants, Sarah Lineback,
Abraham Lineback and Jane Doe
Cox, have in or to the hereinafter
described premises and every part
Said property is described as fo l
low s.— Beginning 26 chains South
and 7.90 chains West o f the North
East corner o f the Donation Land
Claim o f John Sheldon and wife.
Not. 6S32, Claim No. 41, in Township
8 South Fan ge6 West o f the W illam
ette Meridian, in Polk County, O re
gon, and running thence North 112
feet; thence West 100 feet; thence
South 112 feet; and thence Bhst 100
feet to the place o f beginning.
It being the intention to include
herein all that portion o f the premi
ses received by m ortgagors in a deed
dated March 29th, 1912, and recorded
on page 558 o f book 56 Deed Records
fo r Polk County, Oregon, which has
been undisposed o f by said m ortga
Said sale being subject to redemp
tion in the manner provided by law,
the proceeds theoeof to be applied to
the payment o f the aforesaid ju dge
Dated this 24th, day o f November.
J. O .
M IC K A L S O N
....UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT....
H I ’. A I . E S T A T E
Falla City, Oregon.
Fresh Beef, Pork, Fish, Poultry, Etc.
Will buy your Beeves, Veals, Hogs and Chickens.
CALL AND GIVE US A TRIAL.
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C IT Y
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WE WILL PLEASE YOU.
M EA T
1- 4 4 l- H - H - I- H - H -I- H --H
I I I I I I I »I I
N. N. C H R ISTY
Insurance in All Lines
Candió», Tobacco» and Cigare, at
L . B. W O N D E R L Y ’ B
I f you want to, Buy, Sell, Exchange or Rent Property
Come and see me. I respectfully solicit your business.
INSURE THAT HOUSE OR AUTO NOW
Don’ t bother your friends to become Personal Surety for
you when the largest Bonding Company in the U. S. will
be glad to do so.
N. Main Street
Falls City, Oregon
WE WILL TAKE
H eadquarter» for Candy and C igar« F
W E A T H E R L Y C O N F E C T IO N E R Y .f
FOR A SUIT OF
Ed. V. Price & Co’s
a* IQ v p*ct a
FALLS CITY LUMBER & LOGGING CO.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
Panaonger Train Schedule
Effective July 15, 1917
H&4 ~~ IM
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Salem . . • 7:06 9.35
D a lla ». . . 8.15 10.67
8.45 11.38 > % -J ¿ ¿ 6
Falla City. 9.20 1.20
Dalla». . . 10.00 1.45
Salem . . . 11.00 3.10
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