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T he N kwh stands for
a greater und better
Falls City all the time
FALLS CITY NEWS
w e s t m u s t HE CRAZY
Says Mr. C. 1. Siarr DR. WITHYCDMBE SAYS
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FALI-S CITY. OREGON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1914
|$ BEING FOUGHT
Huy all goods of home
merchants and help lo
make Falls City greater
first line Germ an troops, are making
determ ined assaults against tbe Hus
stalls along ihe southern reaches of
the Han river, as well as to the north
of Jaroslav. T here is apparently a
determ ined effort In progress against
the entire Russian left wing, and as
a result the main offensive against
the Germ ans who have been driven
from In front of W arsaw to tbe east
ern bank of the W arta river, has been
halted. Additional reinforcem ents are
being rushed to the points of danger
and the Russian forces are expected
to prerail shortly.
Tli« following interesting n it«8
on th« most striking developments
of the «luting days of the Oregon
C. L Starr of I'ortlund.one time
on Land. Vessels on
dry light are furnished ty the Com
editor of the Falla City News was No Normal Man Would Travtrte Armies
mittee of One Hundred:
in the city Wednesday. Mr. Starr Stale Assassinating Characters, Water. Submarines and Aero
An automobile wreck occurs on
was in u reminiscent mood and
planes Unite in Struggle.
the Ea.-t Side of Portl»nd. Three
told of the old days, drifting into
lives are lost. Tin chauffer
the present. He s|toke of the | k >-
l-urls.—From Nleuport, on the Bel
he had beeu drinking. Then
litical situation in the state and
confesses. Mure “whis
in Folk County. He is well ac "Governor West has my pro Ypres, east of Arraentleres ami lowaril
quainted with the various candi-i foundest sympathy. 1 fear he is [ I,ill« ami then southw est to Arran 1« '
The president of the- Culm a Jo
dates, making particular mention not right mentally for I cannot j t,i-ltiK fought tin- mont rem arkable bat
Company makes the state
t u c a r B a rre d O u t of E n g la n d .
of John W. Orr, republican nomi conceive of u sane normal man 11« In the bintory of th« world. It ia
the prohibition of liquor
nee for sheriff; Fred J. Holman, going uhout the state ussassinat-
strike has increased the
for treasurer; E. M. Smith for ¡ng the characters of good men Engaged are the force» of four na
tha Importation of sugar Into the U nit efficiency of the men by 10 per
county clerk, and Asa B. Robin and engaging in the sort of sen- j tions. English, French and Belgian sol
ed Kingdom, w ith the object of pre cent.
son, Jr., democratic nominee for' sationulism Mr. West is guilty of. , diers und m arines ure desperately re
venting Germ an and Austrian sugar
reaching here from neutral countries. Virginia goes dry by 85,000.
county clerk. He said that Mr. Instead of being free to go about sisting the endeavor of the great G er
Roosevelt o n u s out for a state
fighting m achine to breuk
Orr was entirely trustworthy and the state as he is doing at an ex - ; man
W h e a t N e ts F a rm e r 91
measure in Ohio. With
qualified fur the inqinrtant office pense to the public of $14 a day and Ihe North aea. The losses run
Seattle.—Club w heat sold in Seattle President Wilson, he repudiates
of sheriff; that Mr. Holmon was a lie should be undergoing treat Into Ihe thousands on both sides.
Monday at $1.11 a bushel, or $1 to the
man of strong iiersonality, and ment in the madhouse.”
farm er, the highest price ever paid on the statement on Portland bill
The turlou» nature of the conflict
boards arid in newspaper advertis
this m arket for the export trade.
.ell qualified to safely handle En This estimate of Governor West cau bu gathered from the fact that In
, c o m m a n d e r ot
quoting him as opposed to a
cash for the county. He said that and his vitriolic attacks on the front of one British Infantry division on G e e of n e ra the l V G o e n rm Bu a elow
n a rm ie s n o w f ig h t
sm all space more than 1600 bodies in g the a llie s on F r e n c h soil.
E. M. Smith with three others Republican primary candidates of In a Germ
were found after an en
Rebellion In South Africa The Graud Army of the Repub
were four of the best county clerks was made by Dr. .James Withy- gagem ent. ans while
600 Germ an prison
lic denounces the attempt of the
in the State of Oregon, and the combe, nominee lor Governor, era were taken by tbe British in the
BRIEF WAR NEWS
to quote Lincoln against
election of Mr. Smith would be the during the course of his cam course of one attuck.
Boers Start New Uprising Against
as a despicable and
means of saving thousands of paign in Washington County Sat The Germ an crossing of the Yser After a week of strenuous fighting Great Britian and Will Have -slanderous forgery.
had only a moral effect, as the Germ ans were unable to break
dollars to the taxpayers of Folk urday, Dr. Withycombe has been apparently
an Opportunity to Avenge
G erm ans were confronted by solid through tbe lines of the allies in
Dr. Cora T. Tall»oU exposes the
County. Mr. Robinson, he said, is attacked a number of times by the
lines of allied troops and were pre N orthern France and gain a foothold
and Wage Earners’
certainly the—, but at this junct Governor West on trival accounts, vented from advancing without over on the French coast. The rem nants
ure the deafening reports of blast and up to this time Dr, Withy whelming efforts further tow ard the of the Belgian arm y under personal
ing at the rock quarry put a stop combe had ignored the Gover Channel ports.
command of King Albert, supported London, Oct. 27.—Another re
The ch aracter of the country pro by two brigades of British m arines bellion has broken out in South
to the conversation, recalling the nor’s attacks on ihe theory that hibits
fact the Kuro|>ean war was held their unfairness and untruthful Is cut up by cauals, and tw o strong repulsed the num erous violent attacks Africa. General De Wet and Gen advertising, etc. Why do not the
responsible for a multitude of sins. character were obvious.
eral Christian Frederick Beyers brewers themselves sigu these mis
series of defensive works separate of the Germ ans.
Before leaving, however,he urged “ When I received the primary them from Dunkirk.
Tbe fighting between Lille and Dun have taken the lead of the rebels stated statistics etc?
the necessity of u republican club, nomination,” said Dr. Withy The Germ an infantry executed a kirk is described in Berlin as the in the Orange Free State and There comes the discovery of
ber of night attacks, not only on greatest battle of the cam paign and Western Transvaal.-
and that when a democrat solicits combe, “I thought my 48 years num
the extrem e wing, but also in the vt on its outcom e is said to hinge the Having put down the rebellion wholesale registration frauds in
a republican to vote for a demo in Oregon and iny record were Olnity
where they eucoun fate of the Germ an invasion of France.
the North Eud from saloon ad
crat that the said democrat be so far from reproach that 1 would lered a of most Lille,
in the northern province of Cape dresses
-obstinate resistance. The
from addresses that do
asked to show logical reasons for be free from personalities and allies are displaying wouderful energy naval guns Ihe Invaders are declared Colony led by Lieutenant Colonel uot exist. and This
has had a tonic
calumny in this campaign. Hut In this region. Som etim es villages to have left the coast clear in an effort Maritz, the government of the effect on dry registration
hands several tim es during to work around Dixinude tow ard Lille, Union of South Africa is now
no sooner did my strength begin change
to grow and the defeated Re The Germ ans, Judging from theu a Berlin report claiming success on faced by the more serious rising The Portland liquor interests
publican primary candidates put frightful sacrifice of men. seem deter Ihe Yser Canal.
under Generals De Wet and Bey
Reasons For Voting
that along tbe coast ers, the latter of whom resigned represent that prominent business
their shoulders to the wheel than mined to force the battle to an issue the It G is erm evident
found it difficult the command of the Union forces firms take responsibility for their
For C. L. Canfield Governor West and the yellow N evertheless, the French, after ana to advance ans in have
c a m p a i g n of misinformation.
of the hard
lyzing the situation as indicated in O fighting force draw u along
began their campaign of latest
the Yset when Premier Botha decided to Numbers oi these firms come out
C. R. Canfield, republican can Journal
Canal, aided by the British and French ( take up arms against Germany. in a statement denying authoriza
didate for county surveyor, has vinification.
ships, which bom barded them from the Orange River Colooy Town Seized tion for their purported signatures.
completed his canvass of the “There was nothing in my pri ued optim istic.
It probably is the m ost pictur-' According to an official report
county and is much pleased with vate or public life they could 7,000.000 B e lg ia n s F a c in g S t a rv a tio n . sea.
battle ever fought. On shore received today, armed rebellious William Allen White, the n jted
his prospects. Mr. Canfield is seize upon so they have resorted Brussels.—N early 7.000,000 people esque
Kansas author, telegraphs a long
of five nations are fight
well qualified for the position to to misrepresentation, placing dis In Belgium face fam ine unless they ing— the A ustrians
and G erm ans on | commands are already in exist- statement regatdmg Kansai to the
which he aspires; as has been at torted and unfair constructions receive help from Ihe outside at once. one side and the French,
tested by endorsements from his upon my public utterances and The A m erican m inister to Belgium. British on the other. Belgian and ance; the town of Heilbron, in the Committee of One Hundred, which
old home town. His experience
Brand W hitlock, says that less than The B ritish monitors, gunboats and northern part of the Orange River ends as follows: “I defy any agent
has been principally land survey attempting to credit me with a two
weeks' supply of food rem ains In destroyers and subm arines are fight , colony, has been seized and gov of the brewers' association to name
ing, and working for the common luck of progressiveness. I am the cities,
while conditions In the ing side by side with French war ernment officials have been taken the official head of any organiza
people he has acquired habits of certain these vicious methods country districts
ships, ‘while at the sam e tim e they prisoners, while a train has been tion in Kansas, whether of the
economy and industry rarely at have failed. My position has
tained by engineers for corixira-
are being subjected to attack by Ger stopped and armed citizens of the Masons, the Elks, the Bishop of
been made clear. My platform C a n a d ia n T r o o p s A re S e n t to E g y p t. man subm arines and airships.
defense force have been taken any church, the cliitirman of any
London.—The B ritish governm ent in eastern France there has been from it and disarmed.
Mr. Canfield is a good citizen, places me squarely on record as during
political party committee, the head
last few days has sent apparently some progress made by
dependable in every way and if to where I stand in the vital is many C the
any organization of any kind
elected will attend strictly to the sues of this campaign.”—Tele cording to news received from well- the French in developing their threat
which represents Kansas business,
office. His election will Lx* the gram.
against Metz, but both sides are con
informed quarters In Constantinople cealing their strength in the frontier Morrison Solicits Your commercial or industrial activities,
advancement of gotxl government
by the only feasable plan the
zone. Little news on which reliable
who is in favor of the re-submiss
election of good officials. (Fd Ad )
judgm ents can be based is forthcom
ing. The French have reports of suc I am a native of Polk County, ion of the prohibitory law, and
RUSSIANS PRESS ON „ cesses
Market Farm Produce
during the week in driving the I have never before asked the who will not declare that it is one
of the chief business assets of the
of Verdun, while a
By Parcel Post
RETREATING ENEMY strong belief north prevails
In Berlin that support of the voters of Polk stale.
is about to fall. T he result County. I am employed as miller Then comes the remarkable dis
The Fostal Department has Petrograd.—An official com m unica of Verdun
paign in w estern France by the Perrydale Flouring Mills,
Representative Shirley Double Story designated the Portland office as
tion Issued by the general headquar and Belgium will have a param ount a company I have faithfully serv patch bv the Associated Press from
one where the new parcel post ters says:
Petrograd (St. Petersburg) stating
of Kaiser's Big Guns.
on the fu tu re developm ents
service for the handling of farm "Our troops beyond the Vistula are of influence
the war and this doubtless accounts ed for eight (8) years and if tliut the Czar had prohibited the
will be made a subject pressing the arm ies of the enemy In for the m eager details of the Meuse elected I shall as faithfully serve sale of vodka' indefinitely. The
Louisville, Oct. 28—“The Uni of products
retreat. North of the Pilitza River and Moselle operations.
the citizens of the County. On original edict prohibited It during
ted States is so well fortified, A experiment.
of the confinement of the war. Butin two months the
list of names and addresses resistance. They have been driven ed, tem porarily at least G erm any's ef
with the exception of two points
I have not had time to
where work now is in progress, of producers who desire to sell back as far as Sklerniewlce.
to get within bom barding dis meet many of the voters of the edict transformed the peasantry
that an attack from the sea prob country produce, such as butter, “Along the R iver San and south of forts
of W arsaw. This is far Irony County. I have been careful from “hopeless indolence and de
ably never will be made on any eggs, fruits, nuts and general Priem ysl desperate engagem ents con tance
pravity into self-respecting citizens.
Russia has assum ed the
of these fortifications,’’ said Rep produce will be compiled and tinue. but the advantage is w ith our offensive. that N evertheless,
resultant prosperity, orderli
resentative Sherley in an author printed on or about the first of troops, who have here m ade thousands of the R ussian success will be felt by myself under obligation to no The
and general regeneration bad
ized statement here today. Mr.
prisoners. In taking the heights of the allies in France and Belgium. Gen person or party that will in any
Sherley is chairman of the House each month and sent to the vari of Tytchentsea.
startling" said the dispatch.
south of JaYoslau, we ernl Von H indepberg will be unable to way hinder me from doing my
committee on fortifications and ous postoffices tributary to Port have made prisoners
Russia now leads the world
decrease his forces to strengthen the whole duty as an officer; having
Is campaigning in the Fifth Ken land. Producers wishing their companies.
tucky District, seeking re-elec names to remain on the list must “In repulsing nn attack on the ene fact, he has begun using troops in always found it necessary to eco
tion to the House.
against our corps operating south East P russia to relieve the situation nomize, I shall if elected econo
“The theory upon which the advise the postmaster not later my
of One Hundred.
Przem ysl, we have captured 500 at W arsaw.
fortifications have been construc than the twentieth of the month; of prisoners
and nine rapid-firers.”
This movem ent of a Germ an arm y enforcement and justice to all.
ted,” said Mr. Sherley, who led otherwise his name will not be
up to the subject with a discuss reprinted. This is necessary in
ion of the 17-inch guns used by order
that the list will not be en
the Germans in Belgium, the ex
istence of which he said he doubt cumbered needlessly.
ed, “is to protect important har Parcel post packages are deliv
bors from a direct attack by a ered throughout the entire city
hostile fleet. This has beeji done of Portland daily except Sunday.
except at San I’edro, Cal.rwhere All packages received prior to
emplacements for guns are be ng eight A. M. will be delivered that
built, and at the mouth of the
Chesapeake, where land has been day. Packages received after
acquired and estimates shortly eight A. M. to be delivered that
will be submitted for placing 10- day should have a special delivery
inch guns along with other arma
ment that should protect that stamp thereby securing immedi
Petrograd is aglow with official re
ports of the recent successes of the
R ussian arm ies—the repulse of the
G erniaus at W arsaw and in the vicin
ity of Ivaugorod, fresh captures of
prisoners and the precipitate flight of
the A ustrians.
R u s s ia
F re e
Ita lia n
P ris o n e rs .
Home,—R ussia has form ally offered
to liberate and send to Italy all the
prisoners of war It has taken who are
from A u stria’s Italian provinces, it
was announced here. N atives of the
T rieste and T ren t districts \r,cre men
from Lyck southw ard to the Vistula
may eventually prove to be the utmost
Im portant m ilitary developm ent in Pty
land, of the week. Its objective is
not clear, but it seem s to be aiming
either at Novogeorgievsk. W arsaw 's
northern flank fortress, or at the dls
trict in the rear of W arsaw. The fu
ture activity of this array should have
an im portant bearing on Germ any's
offensive against the Slavs, which at
present is stalled along the wrong side
or the Vistula.
The A ustrians, heavily reinforced
by the crack Hungarian divisions and
Your support is respectfully
J. F. MORRISON,
Democratic and Prohibition Can
didate for Sheriff. (Pd. Ad)
MILLS PREPARE TO START
Centralia. Wash., Oct. 28.—
The logging camps of the Eas
tern Railway & Lumber company
and the Lincoln Creek Lumber
company have reopened, prepara
tory to the two mill3 resuming
Secretary of State Olcott gives operations. It is expected that
the total registration for the gen the Lincoln Creek mill, located
eral election at aproximately 300,- i four miles west of Centralia, will
(XX). The registration for the pri- reopen next Monday, and the
mar being only 230,000.
Eastern in two or three weeks.