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tfc» City •(
I ssued E very S aturday M orninu
Dana MePherren and wife vis
ited relative« in Monmouth" over
E. K. P IA S E C K I
O B IT U A R Y
FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET
C. J. BRUCE, Proprietor.
Set* the now spring hats at Mrs,
Mrs. Mahala Carey, wife of B.
2t I. Carey, diet! at her home on
Union street, Salem, Ore. Feb.,
Mrs. I), (irant \isitod her moth
20, 1018, o f pneumonia, aged 781
er in Philomath over Saturday
Her mother has years.
Funeral services were conduct»*«
bwn qU¡t« ¡II
at the Salem undertaking parlors ^
Mrs. Thompson was in Dallas h.v Rev. Hanson o f Ealls City.
Will buy your Beeves, Veals, Ho|s and Chickens.
Mrs. Carey was born at I «one
Jack, Missouri Doe. 11, 1845. She
CALL AND GIVE US A TRIAL.
Wc WILL PLEASE YOU.
For Sale 100 quarts o f choice
crossed the plains to Oregon, with
fruit and vegetables. Inquire of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dickey,
F A L L S CITY M E A T M A R K E T
G. M. Tice.
when eight years old. At the age
Mr. Addio Montgomery
has o f 14 years she became a memlx-r
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returned home from Dallas where of the church.
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December 11, lH»i2, on her 17th f
she has been several months.
birthday she was married to A. J. ;r
Mrs. Either Montgomery is
Switzer. To them several child a
ron were born, five o f them living J
She leaves to mourn her death,
Wm. Bohlo is on the sick list.
a husband, B. I. Carey, and five
The pulpit at the M. K. church
children, Monroe, and E'rank Sw it
will be occupied next Sunday,
zer, Cloverdule. Ore., Mrs. Alice
both morning and evening by a
Moon, Ceres, Cal.. Mrs. Marj Y
YOU CAN Nul AFFORD TO C A R R Y YOUR OWN
minister from Salem.
Wooden, Portland. Ore., and Mrs. r
R I*K ON IIOCSKIIOI.D GOODS. INSURE: NOW!
Mrs. Joe Harlan and children Winnie Morrison. Mabel. Ore.
a f t e : r t h i : f ir e : is r o o i a t i :
have gone to Detroit, Ore. where
RATES ARK I.OW
Mr. Piarlun is employed.
Cunning, Hurd. I f
T. H. I,aDow o f Northern Idaho Miller. Hastings. Goodspood, V\ ag
was here Monday and Tuesday, ner and Cleveland; also George
visiting his brother E’.. A. I ¿»Dow. Wagner, Kldon E'rink and Trevul
Pow ers visited the Guthrie school
If you intend to buy fruit trees
on Washington's birthday.
this spring see Christy for prices
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G. D. Treat and D. L Wood, Jr.
A farewell surprise party was
W. T. Grier was a Salem visitor !
tendered Rev. and Mrs. Hanson were in Salem Tuesday.
....UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT....___
Fresh Beef, Pork, Fish, Poultry, Etc.
N. N. C H R I S T Y
Local News Hems
The best show at the Gem tonight
Clothes cleaned and pressed.
Walter Nichols of Sheridan was
in town the first o f the week.
Fresh Bread. Cakes,Cookies,Pies
and other bakery goods, every
day, at the Falls City Bakery.
Dr. Atwood returned Monday
Mrs. Hattie Griffin
Beautiful new spring coats
suits and dresses Mrs. Gregory’s
Will Wood and family left on
Monday for their old home in
eastern Oklahoma. He will farm
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and Faith. last Tuesday evening AI Graham died Thursday night.
We have been unable to get the
at the M. El church.
particulars for this issue.
O. L. Carey and family went to
Mrs. Belle Rllwood o f Portland
Salem Thursday, Feb. 21st to at
spending a few weeks with her
tend the funeral o f Mrs. Mahala
Mrs. Mary Thorn.
Carey which was held at the
undertaking parlors Saturday at
C K. McPherren has moved to
the Fred Holman property.
O U ’L L enjoy this real
Burley cigarette. It’s
fiill of flavor —just as good
as a pipe.
Som ala R o o m .
Boat A ccom m oda tion.
►1' N M iA I . M i l M l ON
R . L. C H A P M A N
Wo att.nd to all work promptly.
Dallas and Falls fill
Bohle’s Barber Shop
I nternationa !. T a iu » rino ro.
D a i .i . ah stkam i . apndry
Htiiitllc» lorwardnl Wwln*«!!)! ntortiloK
i r S % TOASTED
T h e B u r le y tobacco is
toasted; makes the taste
dekoioug. You know how
toasting improves the flavor
of bread, i A n d it's the
same withe.tobncco exactly.
Mr. and Mrs. E'rank White !
s|>ent the week-end in Salem.
A. H. Dodd is moving into the
Wanky house, his former home.
Mrs E-stey and Norman Droegel
went to Dallas Friday morning.
Candi«*, Tobacco* am! Cigar*, nt
I, B. WON D K R L Y ’8
FOR TREATMENT OF
D is e a s e d G r a ill,
P o ia fo S S
Mr. J. W. Smith is in Portland j
a few days visiting with Mrs. I
a n d VCgC tSblC S
Clothes do rot make the man, Smith.
AND MANY USES ABOUT THE
yet a stylish well-made jierfect
Mrs. Ada Chapin returned oni
fitting suit o f clothes add greatly j Tuesday from San Diago, Calif HORIC S t a b le an d C h ic k e n
to his appearance, and often, the . where she had spent several
best recommendation he can carry. weeks with her son Verl.
A. 1>. Stahl, the Tailor, can lit
Mrs. Curtis, Mr. Gibson's moth
you out with anything you desire er is seriously ill. His daughter,
F O R S A L E AT
in this line.
Next door to the Mrs. Apple o f College Place,
Wash., came Thursday.
Thompson’s Drug Store
lli'a<li|unrter* foi Cundy anil Cigar!
WHATH FRLY ( '< >NI e :< TIONKRY.
The J. C. P’E N N E Y C O M P A N Y
Does not offer you Specials, or so-called Bargains—
BUT ABSOLUTE STANDARD MERCHANDISE AT* LESS MONEY
We have no favorites or inside prices for Mrs. N. N.
and not for her neighbor
40 In. All Silk ( >epe de Chine $1.39 a Yard
W E A R E P R EP A R E D TO S H O W YOU
A V E R Y N IC E L IN E OF
Ladies’ and Children’s COATS and SUITS
While prices are higher than heretofore, you will agree with us that
they are exceptionally low for the Quality and Style
PRICES FOR SUITS ARK
$14.75 to $35
$9.90 to $30.00
CHILDRENS COATS SELL
DON’T F A IL TO LOOK AT OUR
$2.98 to $8.90
W E FILL MAIL
Falls City, Oregon
IN TH E NEW EST SPR ING M O D E L S A N D SHADES
N. Main Street
«20 Mill Stro.t,
Mrs. J. R. Walker left Monday
Rev. Hanson has been trans
for Portland. Mr. Walker is em ferred from Falls City to Buena
ployed in the S. P. shops there.
\ ista. Farewell service was last
Sunday night. They will live in
A beautiful line of new spring
Salem, Trade and Ferry, between
waists at Mrs. Gregory's Store. 2
15th and I6th street, where they
Laura Griffin who is attending j " >0 be glad t<> have their Ealls
school at Forest Grove, visited her * dy iriendscall when in Salem,
parents over Friday and Saturday ; I‘ev- Hanson will leave for Salem
I March 1st with household goods,
Mrs. R. Paul is visiting friends ¡and Mrs. Hanson and Faith will
and relatives in Portland.
follow sometime next week.
ATtORNIY AT LAW
Farm loan. 5 1-2 '
SAME DAY AS
D R ES S E S
You will tlnil fxrcptiooally good vnlu.** nt
$ 9 . 90 , $ 12 . 50 , $ 14 . 75 , $ 16 . 50 , $ 18.50
N O T IO N S
Coats Thread............. 4c
Pins, .‘I papers.............5c Shears ..................... 25c
Pins, 1 paper............. 4c Tablet ...................... 5c
Safety Pins, size 1........lc Heavy 220 blue Denim
union made O ver
Safety Pins, size 2........2c
alls, a pair...... $1.29
Safety Pins, size .‘I,...... 3c
Pearl Buttons............. lc StitTel stripe over
a lls .........................98
Glue ............................ 6c
E'urniture Polish..........8c Boys’ Overalls 59c, 73c
C rayolas.......................lc Stag Shirts ........ $4.98
ToothBrushes............. 10c Dress Pants. #2.98, $3.98
Crochet Hooks............. 5c Blue Serge Pants . $4.98
Hairpins, box, 8c and 4c
Work S w e a ters ___ *1.69
West Hair Curlers____8c
Kid Hair Curlers..........5c Corduroy Pants.... 12.98
4c Corduroy Coat...... tft.98
Garters........................15c Unionalls .................$2.49
Shaving Soap............. 6c Work S h irts ............ 69c
C om bs...................... 10c Logger Shoes.........
<6.90, *7.90. *9.90
E'ly S w a tters............... 4c High Top Shoes.....
Belting, per yard.... 10c
*5.90, 16.90, $7.90
Hair N e t................... 5c Heavy Work Shoes ..
.............*298 to *5.90
Soutache Braid ........ 10c
Shoes *2.49, $6.90
Lace, a yard................ 5c
J. C. Penney Co.
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