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SF.IT. 12 . 1914 .
THE FALLS CITY NEWS
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D. L. WOOD * SON.
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OFTICIAL DIRECTORY OF FALLS CITY
P K. H ubbard. Mayor.
T. D. Hollow ell. C ouncilm an st Large
All classes of food stalls con
tinue to raise in price. Fresh
meats made another sensational
jump during the past week.
Bread stuffs is on the rise all
over the country. Oregon apple
growers are much alarmed over
the market prospects. For some
years past, a very large portion
of the apples grown in this state
have been marketed abroad, but
it now seems probable that this
market will be lost to the 1914
crop. In that event, with a
large increase in production
throughout the country, apples
promises to be lower in price
than in some years.
V ' ' : v -:
Finds Cur« for Epilepsy
After Years of Suffering
“ U p daughter waa efflh ted with
epileptic nta for th r a . rea r.. Ilia atlarh a
com ing »vary law waaka Wa em ployed
aavaral doclora but they did bar na
o f Dr.
and It cartalnly
blaaalng to our
lltlla girl Hha la
n o w npparantly
curad and la an-
i Joying tha beet
1 of health
ovar n yaar alnoa
she haa had a
apeak to o highly
of Dr Miles Narvlna
rH A P tK ANDKH BtlN.
fo m fr e y Minn
POLK COUNTY FAIR
Events of tremendous import
have occurred in the war zone of
western Europe within the past
week. The German armies seem
to be within striking distance of
Paris and the last reports indicate
that they are overwhelming the
combined British-Belgium French
defensive positions. Paris at last
realizes that a siege is among the
The Council m eets in reg u lar session on th e first
and the Capitol is
M onday evening of each m o n th , a t 7 03 o’clock,
making all possible haste in its
i u th e office of th e Kalis City News.
efforts to withstand the Kaiser’s
S a t u r d a y , S e p t e m b e r 12. 1914
guns. On the other hand, it is
reported from St. Petersburg and
London that the Russians are
THE REPUBLICAN TICKET
over-running East Prussia. The
last accounts had the Czar’s
troops within the fortified city of
U. S. Senator—R. A. Booth
Koenigsburg and within striking
State Senator—C. L. Hawley distance
of the old Polish city of
Representative in Cong.—W. Danzig. The German Emperor
has withdrawn 120,000 men from
the French frontier and is hurry
Joint Representative—S .G.
ing them across Germany to meet
the invading Russian hordes.
Representative—W. T. Grier
Both France and Germany have
Circuit Judge—H. H. Belt
called to the colors the last of the
Sheriff—John W. Orr
reserves and in a short time the
Clerk—Ed. M. Smith
plains of Europe will be resound
ing with the tramp of ten million
Treasurer—Fred J. Holman
Commissioner—C. W. Beckett
Surveyor—C. R. Canfield
Coroner—R, L. Chapman
H. C. Brown,
A lbert Teal
C ouncilm en
C. L. H opkins,
R. A. Titus.
H U. Strayer. A uditor an d Police Judge
W alter L. Tooxe Jr.. City A ttorney.
W. p. Lewis. M arshal and W a te r Supt.
M. L. Thom pson. T reasurer
J. J. Sammons. E ngineer
Dr. F. M. H ellw arth. H ealth Officer.
SEPTEMBER 17, 18, 19. 1914
Dr. Miles’ Nervine
•o ld by all D ruggists.
It tag first
bottia fa lls to banant your m oney le
MILK* M ID IC A L CO.. B lkhart. Ind.
Bigger and Better Than Ever Before
Valuable Prizes in all Departments
Excellent Programs of Band
OREGON NEWS NOTES
Wars are, perhaps, wrong and
unchristian-like, yet there has
been wars eversince there were
enough peoplo on earth to stir up
a decent sized scrap. According
to scripture there was a war in
Heaven resulting in throwing out
the rebellious hosts. In all history
there is nothing to show that God
was averse to wars as a means of
settling disputes. That he assisted
Joshua and other old-time warriors
would indicate his approval.
ia one ol the beat remedies known
(or this affliction
It has provan
beneficial in thouaanda of cases
and those who have uaed it have
the greatest faith in it
It ia not
a "cure-all," but a reliable remedy
fo r nervous diseases
not hesitate to give it a trial.
Agricultural, Stock and School Exhibits
Democratic politicians are try
ing very hard to repudiate that
part of President Wilson’s plat
form pledging the “one-term” Events Occurring Throughout
polic in order that the “ professor-
the State During the Past
may run again.
pledges often become galling.
Lest anyone should be mistaken
we will say that while our adver
tising space is a commodity, the
purchase of any amount, great or
small does not entitle the purchas
er to any claim whatsoever to
any editorial support. We sell
space to firms or individuals to
exploit their wares of views. The
principles they advocate may be
in direct opposition to our views.
Thousands of children in the
United States who are suffering
from attacks of epilepsy are a
burden and aorrow to their parenta,
who would give anything to reitore
health lo the aufferera.
M em oirs of
In Three Volumet
This man caused th e last
general European war.
ROSE CITY AMUSEMENT CO,
His personxl memoirs, w ritten j
by his se c re ta ry . Baron I)e I
Meneval, are full of the most J-
absorbing incidents, especially in ' (
view of the present great Euro
Present New Free Acts.
Amusements and Shows.
Cost E x p e rt Prom ised.
Eugene.—On th e basis th a t th e Ore
gon farm needs scientific business or
ganization as much as does any cor
poration, and holding th a t th e Oregon
farm er suffers m ore from inefficiency
and leakage of cost item s th an any
o th e r one factor, the United S tates
governm ent is preparing to place a
fa r m e rs ’ efficiency exp ert in th e state
to co-operate with th e county farm ex
T h ey will m ake a system atic survey
of conditions and formulate, if possi
ble, schedules and suggestions to elim
All gave bail of $3000 each on being
inate presen t waste.
David Pepp is an attorney with of
Benton W in s By One Vote.
fices in th e Board of T rad e building.
Salem .—T h e s ta te can vassing board It Is charged th at he counseled crirn
has decided th a t Judge Benson has Inal acts by th e o th ers and acted as
won th e republican nomination for the in suran ce a d ju s te r in a n u m ber of
su prem e c o u rt over J u s tic e McNary cases.
T h e o th ers a r e sm all sh opkeepers
by one vote. T h e next step is for
Judge Benson to receive a certificate w hose frequent fires have brought
of nomination from G overnor West. th em w rongwise of the law. it is a l
T he governor is h esita tin g because leged by th e district a tto rn e y ’s office,
Judge Benson refused several days which is pressing the ch arges against
ago to agree to a recount of 15 votes th e accused, th a t an arson tr u s t has
in Sixes precinct, Curry county, and existed In Portland for many m onths
declined to co n sid er extension of time and th a t an Investigation has uncov
to S ep tem b er 22, suggested by th e ered no less th an 50 fires in the city
w ithin th e past few y ears th a t w ere
sta te canvassing board.
unquestionably of incendiary origin.
F acts upon which the indictm ents
Round-Up to Be Big ger and B ette r.
Pendleton.—T h e g re a te st bunch of a re predicated were brought to light
perform ers, both cowboys and cow in a search ing inquiry into the arson
girls, ever gotten together, will be seen situation by Deputy District A ttorney
a t th e roundup this year, Sept. 24, 25 Charles W. Robison and W alter Garen,
and 26. W ith th e closing of th e con special agent. During th ree m onths
tr a c t for th e M cCarty outfit of C hey th is su m m e r th e y w ere probing con
enne, including all th e w inn ers of the sta n tly th e situation and finally se
main events at C heyenne this year, cured such com plete evidence th a t e n
the roundup program is bro u g h t to the tire confidence is felt convictions will
g re a te s t perfection of a n y ever yet of be secured.
Just a hundred years ago, his ambi
tions Lathed the Continent in a sea ot
blood. France elone, under his leader
ship, fought Germany, Russia, Austria,
Italy, and Great Britain —an J icon.
G et these M emoirs
“ Painless Parker” has initiated
a bill regulating the practice of
dentistry that is causing the Den
tal Board excruciating pain. Ac
cording to Parker, this Board is
ultraethical and have a distress
ing c u s t o m of discriminating
against anyone refusing to be
tied down to their narrow moth-
eaten code of ethics. The bill
curtails the Board’s Czar-like rule
in that they can nof bar from
practice competent dentists even
Confession C le a rs M urder M ystery.
though the said dentist should One Fa ta l W re ck A ccid en t Reported
K lam ath F a l l s — With a bullet hole
advertise. There is much unnec 8alem .—Seventy-two accidents, one In his head and th e lower p a rt of his
essary fuss over the practice of fatal, were repo rted to S ta t e Labor face crush ed as if with an ax, the body
dentistry. It is principally me C omm issioner H off d u rin g th e last of Allan McLeod, a Scotchm an, was
chanical and unless a man is en week. T he fata) acciden t occurred a t found buried in a shallow grave about
60 feet from th e cabin on his hom e
dowed with a considerable amount Lime Mile Board, w here H. R. Yuhl, a stead. n e a r T ule Lake. F ran k W il
railroad section employe, lost his life.
of mechanical ingenuity he never Lumbering activities cau sed th e g re a t liams, an ex-prizefighter. Is being
gets very far. Of all “ butchers” er n um b er of accidents, 25 being h u rt held, and Is said to have m ade a c o m
and “ bunglers” some of these In th a t employment, an d railroad s plete confession to the officers. T he
“ethical gentlemen are the worst. cam e second with a total of 19 acci body was found by H o m er Depuy.
It is a rare occurrence for anyone dents.
Salm on Men R aise Fund.
to die from the effects of a dental
of the offer
operations, and then usually from ARSON TRUST IS A LLEG ED of th e United S a ta result
te s bureau of fish
causes entirely foreign to the case S m a ll Shopkeepers Charged W ith eries to give th e s t a te of Oregon 6,-
S ta rtin g F ifty F ire * .
in hand and happens to the ethical
000,000 Alaska salmon eggs tak en at
and unethical alike. It is not the P ortlan d.—Wholesale in d ic tm e n ts th e Yes Bay h atch ery, the Columbia
Board’s great love for humanity charging arson w ere re tu rn e d h e re by riv er salmon p ack ers h ave u n dertaken
raise a fund to ca re for the eggs
that they are making this fight th e grand jury. T hose accused a re : to
Phillip Davis, A. Wolfman. A. ZaOc. when th ey a rriv e and keep the young
on the bill, but, the casual observ David Pepp, L. Sax. Sam Sax, Max Al fry until th ey a r e ready to be released
er would suspect that they feared bert, I. W. W einberg and P. Milter. T he im prov em en ts will cost approxi
m ately $5000.
E ight Indictm ent* ware returned,
H. E . W i l l i a m s ,
M. L. T h o m p s o n , W. F. N i c h o l s ,
A. J . V i c k ,
Cashier Assistant Cashier
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