2 THE TALES CITY NEWS. (Ehr C ia lis (City N ru u i D. L. WOOD A SON. Publishers. m ail at tb r poatoftic* Com ity. O rvgoo, u tutor tl* t of CcuftH l of March 3. 187V. Telephone News Office, W . Subscription Rat**: One year. $1.00; six month«. SO cents; throe months. 2b cents; single copy. 5 eta. Advertising Rates: Display. IS cents an inch Rusiuets Notices. 5 cents a line For Sale. Rent. Exchange. Want and Pay Entertainment No ♦ices. 5 ets. a line, t'ard olT hanks W ets. Legs Notices, legal ratea. Copy for new ads. and changes should be sem to The News not later than Wednesday. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY 01 FALLS CITY F 1C. llu l baid Mayor. T Jf. Hollo well. Couucilm au-at Large W. T Grier. H C -ir o w n . , ~, " Albert Teal, Couucilmen A. Sampson, C L. H ipklni R. A. Titus, H. G. Strayer. Auditor and Poll*'« Judge Walter L. Torvae Jr.. City Attorney. W. P. Lewis. Marshal aud Water Supt, M. L. Thompson. Treasurer L J. Sammons. Engineer^ Dr F. M. Hellwarth. Health Officer. 1 1 ef Jouncil meets iu regular session on the first Monday evening ofp ach m onth.at 7 03o'clock I n the office o f the Falls City News. S aturday , D ecem ber 19. 1914 Shall Europe Dictate The disposition of Europe to dic tate the policy of the United States in her attitude towards aliens is becoming more apparent. In 1879 California passed a law that the Chinese must go, but the courts declared it unconstitutional The alien land law of recent years has caused a row with Japan that will ultimately result in war un less this government cowardh backs down. Arizona comes tc the front with an excellent law providing that only one alien to five employees can be used in any business, which by the way is ont too many. This law has caused groans from all Europe. It is time that the American people begin to assert themselves and pass laws that will protect the citizenship against the hordes that swarm to this country with no other purpose than to take all they can get an give nothing ir return. If a foreigner is eligible, and comes to this country and be comes a citizen in good faith, he should be protected, but otherwise he should not be allowed to land The United States has been toe openhanded in her dealings with aliens and Europe has selected thi9 country as a dumping ground for her undesirable citizens. When some state tires of this abuse and passes laws to correct the evil, is taken as an affront and up goes the howl. But we say, let 'em howl. GAME LAW AND THE Walter L. Tooie, Jr., Lawyer, May it be a merry Christmas in RESUMPTION OF THE GREAT FAKE Dallas, Oregon. II. fact as well as in man. The convening o f congress in its Lint ycur (arm land with D. L. short session brings to mind one Even the merriest Christmas of the greatest and most ridicu Wood at tl»' Newa ôtfioe. may be marred by a chronic lous fakes that has ever tfc*en A Xmas Rilt lor you at Ellis. grouch. foisted upon the American people Following usual custom the Southern Pacific will have And yet it is a fake fostered - H I 'W ' H -1 I I I l -H - l" H + + + - l H - + in effect from all points, Main Lino and Branches Just wish yourself a merry by the government. HOP GROWERS NOTICE Christmas, and then make the It is the Congressional Record, Do not coutract or sell your ; wish daddy to the fact. hops Strong co-operative as- < Special Christmas and New Year. Holiday the only really official publication eociation being formed to ti- in this country. * [ nance you and make you in- ; “ Dead men tell no tales.” they Round Trip Fares Many o f our readers have re [ dependent. For particular*, . say. But we know a few live ceived from time to time copies h address. Organization Dept. ones who are past masters o f the of speeches purporting to have L Oregon Hop Growers Asso.ia- SALE DATES IN OREGON art. been delivered by some senator [ tion; Sheridan, Oregon. TicknU IwlwftMi «11 poitiU In Oregon will bo M>U) Dttern bar it, 19 1 + + + + + + + + + + + ■H - h-M - t /•». : j I • «m l 31. 1911. «ml January 1. 1945; alfco bolw«on all C. A “ Half the world is afire,” says or congressman at Washington. h , P RAN I’ h \ K . «m l M F i A v%„ point«. Final rtlorn Some of these speeches were limit January 4, 1913. the president. New method of reducing the winter’s coal bill, actually delivered on the floor of the house or senate, but many W h o l e F a m i ly B e n e f it e d you know. SALE DATES TO CALIFORNIA were pure fakes. B y W o n d e rfu l R e m e d y it to ¿5. ami D*rvrab«r J* to Jauuary I. D ictum #. from Here is the way it worked. all potuU tn C rofou to t o y point In C atllorul*; alto io Klamath The wise and the foolish are There are many little things to Kalla via W»«J. Final return limit Janutty 4. 1916. Congressman X----- was ambi annoy us, under present conditions again rubbing elbows in the halls tious. He wanted to electrify o f life. The hurry, hard work, of congress. And it’s hard to tell his constituents by the delivery noise and strain all tell on us and which from t ’other. S U P E R IO R T R A IN S E R V IC E o f a great speech, an oratorical tend to provoke nervousness and irritability.. W e are frequently so We just knew something would effort that was calculated to en worn out we can ueithcr eat, sleep Call on our tient est Agent lor full partlouUr«, fare« to ipeolflc point«, ^ turn up to put a crimp in our hance his fame with the voters nor work with any coinfort. We reservation«, trahi »ohedule«. etc. are out of line with ourselves and Christmas joy. Congress is back at home. Not being able to secure the others as well. on the old job again. A good thing to do under such necessary recognition for a ciuumstances is to take something King Nicholas of Montenegro speech from the presiding officer, like announces the loss of one-third of nor the ability to make one, he Dr. Miles’ Anti-Pain Pills his army. Buck up, Nic. You hies himslf to the dealer in the John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Ore. to relieve the strain on the nerves. still have sixty-seven left,' “ canned article” where for a pal Mrs. J. B. Hartsfield, 8 j I ’ lu m S t, try sum he can secure one calcu Atlanta Ga., writes: If wishes produced tangible re lated to make the angels weep or " I h ave on »evernl oorNstone Seen suits we would fill every house in the tribesman shout with joy. v astly relieved by the ure o f your m ed List of Letters Notice to Eletric Light Users icines. especially the A n il 1'aln Pills, this whole community a million Having carefully selected his w hich I keep con stan tly on hsnd (or All persona owing the Falla City Remaining uncalled for in this use o f m yself, husband and tw o fold with Christmas cheer. speech, not forgetting to see that the sons. N oth in g In ths world equals them Electric Light Co. for service prior office for the week ending Dtc. it was interspersed with numer as a headache rem edy O ften I era enabled by the use o f one or tw o ot to April 1, 1914, will please pay 12. 1914 The modern conception of “ in ous exclamations o f “ applause,” the n i t s to continue m y housrwwrk the amount to D. L. Wood at The when oth erw ise I wauld be In bed kly L a d ie s ternational law” is an agreement “ laughter,” etc., he wends his husband Joins m s In m y praise o f ths News office. Kulnev, Mr» J. A. A n tl-P a ln Pills and N ervin e.” between nations to which nations way to the session. are not expected to adhere. UlCVn.lCMICN There he arises, clears his Dr. Miles’ Anti-Pain Pills Anderson, Henry Juliua throat and with much dignity are relied upon to relieve pain, Extra copies of The News are King Pete of Servia has been asks "permission to print,” and nervousness and irritability in thou B* ezley, J *§aie printed each week, and will be sent visiting the theatre of war. But of course it is graciously granted. sands of households. O f proven Martin, J M (o any address deaired, postpaid, like his brother monarchs, he was That ended his speech on the merit after twenty years’ use, you These letters w ill I e sect to the for 5 cents per copy. can have no reason for being longer careful to keep off the stage. dead latter office Dec 26, 1914 floor. without them. ,, if not delivered before. In calling But the Congressional Record A t alt Druggists, 29 doses 29 oents. Here’s to the little tots! May is more obliging than the obdu M IL E S M E D IC A L CO., E lk h a rt, InS. for the above, pltass nay “ Adver Get your butter wrappers print your joy be supreme, your every rate presiding officer- tized,” giving date of list. ed at the Newa office. I ra C M khhlisg , P. M. wish gratified, and your juvenile The Record printed his ‘speech’ hearts aflutter with the glory of it in full—that speech that was all. never delivered—and very gen erously the government printing If the war continues for another office supplied the congressman year or two Europe may be offer with thousands of copies of his ing inducements for turning the "speech” free for distribution to tide o f immigration in the opposite an admiring constituency, and they are sent through the mails direction. free, and the “ deer peepul” pay the bills. The president has offered If a country publisher resorted mortal affront to Mexico’s martial spirit. He neglected to even men to a hundredth part o f the fakery tion that country in his message that has been inflicted upon the public by the Congressional Rec to congress. ord his publication would be Happy thought! Let’s pass the barred from the mails and he would be cowhided and driven hat and take up a collection for out o f any self-respecting com fund to be devoted to the installa munity. tion of horse sense into the crown And yet the Congressional ed pates of Europe. Record is the national newspaper! j 11 . ... ■ - ' r — r r s f - 1 rrr.n :--------s = ----- 1 ----------------------------------- ---------------- 11 — A national fake! “ Work hard and you will for Bunk! get hunger,” advises a pill dis-> Holiday Fares ^ ¡C r Ent« t «»< 1 « « ••• • t, F a ll« C ity. P o U DEC.. 10. 1914. FARMERS Laws under which the land owner must have a license to hunt or fish on his own premises are called perfect by the game experts. The sportsmen’s clubs are hold ing county and state conventions to create sentiment to go before the legislature in their own behalf. The farmers and land owners in Oregon and Washington are also interesting themselves in more stringent tresspass laws. The Fish and Game commission dv.rii g the past year has collected and expended about $16,000 in propogating game and fish. Game farms have been estab lished and agents have been sent to Europe to import new varieties of game birds for Oregon. Members of the game commis sion are sent over the state to give illustrated lectures and ex pensive publications are sent out. The citizen who does not hunt or fish is not allowed to buy game or trout in the open market, and venison is for game lords only. “ Go to School Day” Ific total number of visitors in I fie different schools in the county on December litb was ‘ 206 . • Of ihut number 1708 were parents. Gooseneck, Kir Grove and Mistle toe turned out enmaese, every patent being present. At Falls t Tty 92 parents out of 310 were j.resent making 29%. SOUTHERN PACIFIC Do You Want to Sell Buy or Rent penser who talks much and thinks little. Some people are so hopeless even the bughouse is Solomonistic in comparison. Don’t waste any salt on Zapa ta’s assertion that he would not accept the presidency if it was offered to him. No one ever thinks of believing a Mexican general, anyway. A University of Chicago profes sor who pines to see his name in print says he fasted five days “ just to see how it felt.” And if lack of the wherewithal required that notoriety seeking prof, to fast for half the time his wail would drown a fat man’s snore. IRL R. HICKS 1915 ALMANAC The Rev. Irl It. Hicks Almanac, now ready, grows more popular and useful with each passing year. It is a fixed necessity id homes, shops and commercial establish ments all over this continent. This famous and valuable year hook on astronomy, storms, weather and earthquakes should he io every home and office. Professor Hicks completes this best issue of his great Almanac at the close of his seventieth year. The Almanac will be mailed for bo cents. The Rev. Jrl R. Hicks fin# Magazine, Word and Works, is sent one year, with a copy of hie Almanac, for only one dollar. Send for them to Word and Works Publishing Com pany, 3401 Franklin \ve., St. Louis, Mo. You will never regret your investment. Try it for 1915. Having exhausted all other sources of exercising his mathe matical proclivities, an expert arises to inform a suffering pop ulation that there are more rats Correspondents wanted in every in the country than there are neighborhood in this section of the people, and that each rodent costs country. a dollar a year for his keep. Rats! Good house for sale in Falls Mrs. Havelock Ellis has traveled City, part time. Enquire at News all the way from England to tell office. American women that “ marriage I have a buyer for a small farm; in which the woman is dependent also have city property and farm upon the man is legalized prosti and in Oklahoma for sale or trade tution.” Inasmuch as the lady for Oregon farm laud. prefixes “ Mrs.” to her name we Abstracts of title promptly fur presume—ahl—presume—a h e m ! —presume—b u t perhaps it’s nished. Rates reasonable. Brown Sibley, 1U Mill St., Dallas, Or. safest not to presume. List your property with me an< i 1 will find you a buyer. During the year 1915 Hundreds of Thousands of People will come to % T 1 h I I p I D l U a v f I i I f l i v f fO KI v U / iljl [ Some of them will locate and perhaps you have just what they want. • D. L WOOD, Falls City, Oregon.