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THE FALLS CITY NEWS
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Notice« lefftl rat#«
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d ib e c io e y of f a l l « c u t
F K. HubbAid. Mayor.
T D Hollo well. Councilmftu &t Large
W. T Crfer
H. C. Brown.
Albert T m I
C. L. Hopkias,
R. A. Titus.
land so that it w ill show a reason
able profit upon the money invest
ed and the labor required to pro
duco and the sale is made.
A campaign along this line dur-
i:tg this year would result in locat-
i g many good families. A re you
! eady to help?
C o u n c i Une n
11. G. Btraver. Auditor and Police Judge
Walter L. Too*« Jr., City Attorn«?.
W. P. Lewis, Martha« and WaUr8upt.
M. L. Thompson. Treasurer
J J. Sammons, Engineer
Dr K. Ü. HvUacarth. Health Officer.
1 ; e j'o u n c y meets In regular »fusion on the first
Monday even ing of eac:h m outh.at 7 08 o ’clock
1 n the ofhue o f the Falls CAty Sews.
S a t u r d a y . J a n u a r y
Are You a Booster?
One day a v e r y old man was
planting some fru it trees and a
young-blood passing hailed him
thus: “ H ey, old man. w hat are
you planting trees fo r. you w ill
never live to eat the fru it!” The
old man leaned on his spade and
replied: “ True, m y son. but SOME
O N E planted trees before I was
born that I m ight eat the fruit,
and can I do less.”
This should be an inspiration
fo r everyone. N o man lives unto
him self alone. The man who
boasts o f his independence indul
ges in vain utterances. Man is
the most dependent o f all God’s
creatures. H e is born into the
world a helpless infant and for
months and years he is wholly de
pendent fo r food and raiment.
H e grow s to manhood and he is
still dependent upon his fellow
man in a g rea t measure fo r the
necessaries o f life. Be therefore
not sparing in doing good and
m aking the w ays more pleasant
fo r your neighbor. Y e t you will
find some men who w ill put them
selves to much trouble to avoid
p erform in g some little act or make
some concession that would benefit
some one else. They say by their
actions i f not by words? I don’t
g iv e a d — fo r this town, I'm here
fo r the money. Such men are
not deserving o f citizenship and
become as stinking sores upon the
body-politic. Should everyone be
so selfish as to do only that which
would benefit them and have no
thought o f his fellow , not willing
“ to live and let live” how lung
would society, or the government
Will They Make Good
The legislature' has again assem
bled at the State' capital to do the
w ill o f the people, perhaps. The
cry o f retrenchment and lower
taxes has gone forth and th eover-
urdened taxpayers are w aiting
to see i f pre-election pledges count
fo r anything.
Governor Oswald W est in his
message quotes Franklin thus:
“ Law s cannot prevent ex tra va
gance; and this perhaps is not al
w ays an evil to the public. A
b illin g spent idly by a fool may
be picked up by a wise person
vho knows better what to do with
it; it is. therefore,
W hether in making this quotation
the Governor had in mind form er
legislators, w e are unable to say.
W e hope, however, that the pres
ent legislature will not follow this
somewhat dangerous precept in
their deliberations. Not only Ore
gon, but perhaps every state in the
union is over-ridden with laws,
boards and commissions. Almost
ever, thing from vending popcorn
on a street corner to selling patent
right churns must be governed by
t commission. These commissions
pry into your private affairs and
require reports upon things that
can be o f no possible benefit to
the state, (you are assured that
your report w ill be treated con
I f the present legislature would
spend their time in repealing use
less laws they would be deemed
Did you ever set' a mangy little
cur dog snapping at a sleeping
bulldog? Mexico and Uncle Sam.
JAN , I«, 1915
H o w ’ s T h is ?
•’,rrr ° UI' Huudr«d
A cigar that once belonged to
r. J. chkm * t *,*
the kaiser sold at auction in Lon- ci»*n.v nr in * m i > ,y»w. *n.i fo.ii«»;
. . . .
lum ii.rf.iily I ioimim M o *'» • ■ buolnoM
don for $72. M arket quotations trine tnin m < i i *n.'*iiy
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lout uny obMfOtl'iu mad» by Ho Him.
do not include the emperor nim-i n a t io n a l d a n k ou commerce .
.... . a
j Hair» Catarrh Curo 1« takon Internally.
I « tin» ikrortly umm I ho fclood « « ‘1 mu«
YVe note i ith excrutiating pain
that congre » shows signs o f re-1 i?
L a cI
m . i.» coa.up.tux«.
trenchment in every direction ex-
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eept wherein their own interests
ib k h u iiiii
RL R. M CKS 1915 AIMAHAG
are at stake.
The Rev. Itl It Hick* Almanac,
Los Angeles, Calit.—Aaron Mis-
enheimer, 92 years old, is accused
by his w ife o f being infatuated
with another woman.
Mt. Pleasant, Mich.— Mrs. W a r
ren Sohnson, 82, is probably the
oldest newspaper reporter in the
country. She has been reporting
for 40 years and still w rites good
Fort Totten, N . Y . —A mosquito
bite may result in blindness to
Seargent David Levine, o f the
114th. Coast A rtillery. The bite
This section o f the country is resulted in blood poison and sur
practically, undeveloped. It is ir, geons fear he will lose the sight o f
the hands o f the citizens whether one eye.
it shall be developed or remain a?
it is. The road leading to the
Chicago. 111.— Billy Sunday in
coast that is to be opened thi sists that before he w ill begin his
spring w ill bring this section tc evangelistic meetings in Chicago
the notice o f the public as it ha- he must be assured that a $250,-
n ever before. There are man) 000 stock company be organized
enterprises that could profitably and incorporated to finance his re
be carried on here and might be ligious meetings.
secured w ith a little effort. We
are told that there are great
Spokane, Wash. — Emery O. Ed
quantities o f good brick and pot wards, o f Colville, Wash., died in
ters clay in this vicinity. There N ew York recently. Only a fter
is no reason w hy a small canning his death was it learned that he
fa ctory would not pay dividends was in N ew Y ork in regard to an
upon the investment. A small estate estimated at hundreds o f
laundry that could not be bought millions o f dollars, to which he
out by competitors in neighboring was sole heir.
towns would find business. A lit
Copake, N. Y .— Mrs. William
tle encouragem ent along these
awoke and saw a horse
lines m ight induce some one to en
in the snow near the
g a g e in business here. It might
A hour later the
not benefit you o f me directly, but
and she called
This country needs more farm
ers, more producers.
land will produce fru it and berries when he discovered it was a
wooden horse, consigned to a local
and during the coming spring and
summer thousands o f people will
come to the Pacific coast looking
W e often hear some one refer-
fo r homes. L e t ’s g iv e them a
welcom e and offer them such in ed to as a “ punkin head,” and
ducements as possible to locate in w e can’t help sympathizing with
f w vicinity o f F a il: C ity. Price the pumpkin.
|<;\ir I coplt * of I lie New« art*
print'd i to li week, »m l-will be acni
to any add res« di aired, poatpaid,
fur •> vanta per ropy.
p ro fc 00 lonal C a r t *
W . B. Officor, M. D.
• Hyeleien a n « S e r f een
B u y Y o u r C a n d y of
ORI.:« ovvi Tboiu(won't drug tlor*. Hu-
lu ti |>hoBt Ml ebon* Night ( ’t i l «ti
F. M. H E L L W A R T H
P H Y S IC IA N A N D SU KU BO N
tfificii one door ea»l of I*. O.
Om. » toil
I f you are having a h eated, now ready, grow* m <n- I‘' >I>»I h .
argument with your beet girl and » » d «»'■ful with each I
“ * .'*•>
Hvtitituvt I none döB
she is getting the beet o f it. you U » »
have but to yell “ mouse” and the > H < s.-J o.n,n,,reu i . -n h .-i.
victory is yours.
I UH*',u * n “ v*’r
fault»un Ann vAiu&blH V**r 1)00* on
W e gut into an argument with a astronomy, »t-tnnt*, wt-utlo-r amt
fellow yesterday and tried every j earthquakes »lioulti »•«• in every
conceivable way to get him todis-J home and ojBce
agree with something we said complete« thi* Lent ¡« m i * o f In*
But he just pulled a halo o f ami- g n * t Altuauac at the c I o m of In*
ability and swore every statement seventieth year.
Hie Almanac will
we made was guspel truth. And be mailed fi>r 85 cents
The P -v
now we are wondering who told Irl R. Hicks tine M i^Miine, d <>id
the biggest one.
¡and Works, i* sent one year, with
a copv of bis Almanac, for onlv
Country merchants are smiling one dollar. 8e J for them
up their sleeves over the predica- Word and W >»k- Pul liahing Com
tnent o f the millionaire head o f a puny. :UtU Franklin Ave., St
great mail order house, who has l.oui«, Mo. You will never u gir-t
been indicted by a grand ju ry for j >nr inve tment.
I r> 't for 1915.
tax dodging. The sum on which
List y cur farm lami with
Wood at the News office.
(or sale, inquire »t
For Kent— D u elling home.
plv at News office.
E L L I S ’.
JA * , a . H C L T Z K L ,
A tto rn e y at L aw
H a r r in g t o n ’s
Huile II Butb-Brtynitn Bldg.. p h on tlM
f i t v l l i « In t il the SUI* count.
S a le m , O r t | t n
H o m o M ade C andies
B u 0 in c 0 0 d a ^ 0
Of the Heat Hi and
illir ic i.
S O F T D R I N K S OF ALL
f a l l e (lite tio te l
K IN D S .
Peanut and Popoorn
S t a n d in C o n n e c t i o n .
o v in es vtAnw
I m e c
f . D roogo. f f t t r l t l w
H well» r Building
f i l l i C tly'i Boti Motti
M tntgcrt. Mrt
T baoe Mans»
l i d your butter wrappers print
ed at the News office
f i l l i l'lljf,
be conveniently “ forgot” to pay
N o(ke to L|e, r|C L,ghf Users
taxes was just an insigninciant
mite, being but a beggarly $26.-!
A ll peraona owing lltn Full* City
CMXI (X)0 00
Electric Light Co. lor uervicu p iio f
I to A ptil 1, 1914, w ill plea«e pay
: the «m ount to D. 1,. Wood at l be
rooze, J r , L a w y er, ,
Correrpondeuts wanted in e v iry
Good house for sale in Falls
City, part time. Enquire at News ( neighborhood in this section id the
In justification o f seizing and ,ffice.
searching American vessels the
English government cites Uncle
Samuel to the fact that the A m er
ican trade has increased rem ark
ably in 1914. That is w hat is
worrying the “ old sister.” Keep
down A m erica’s grow ing foreign
trade at all hazzards.
,0dd Bits of News
Intpiirt i I >r tcul •>tate art* be
ginniog to « Ulne *•••
C eevm aM T« A c .
A n ro tt« •ending n *k «lr h pm I d^aortpilon m «y
i . i m
ii fr o * w hetbrr *n
outditlr u»-^rt tut * m
r • i » 1*
pU M innM
.. |l prnlm
^.... bl* r uuw
I’A tru ti
MHit fr « ft t ‘f loot auMNCy fn f » ' " ’Utlug patent«.
I ituntfl i drn tliriiugh Mumt A Co. rovftlrft
f|- M ir
»1 tig«J. lu tho
A ltftjttl««t'*tftly IHtMtratod we*kly. I nnr««i tir*
i.. I u ( n i f f i«fitli)A l» tt r ii« L 'It-rtu* f i o
w t r futtr u. .filli«, |L Sold by *11 rtnw sileni or«.
Bohle’s Barber Shops
ralla City, Oregon
tvhert I ou tan get • Shm. Ralr Cat. latii
Ai«nl for DalUi Striai LaaaSry
Buuaiot lorw trdo« lu itd tjr t.tn ln g
& Uo.36,B">*tf« ’ New tort
Brooch OfBiw, ’* “• I ’ H L Wftohlugtuit. D .C .
H A W K IN S
M ARBLE AN D GR AN TC
M ONUM ENTS
O a lla a , O r tg a n
Do You Want to Sell
Buy or Rent
fU N K R A L DIRECTOR
R. L CHAPMAN
W o it t t n J to all w ork y r t — y lly .
D a lla i and F a lb C N y. O r
List yoiir property w ith me and 1 will
find you i a buyer.
During the year 1915 Hundreds' of Thousands of
People will come to
D o r» ifir
Some of them will locate and perhaps you have
just what they want.
D. L. WOOD,
Falls City, Oregon,
Notice to News Subscribers
A bluo-pencll eroaa mark an thla
nolle* meant that your tvbicrl*-
tlon to Tho Now* hat tM lrM an«
naada fltlno Do It now.
S. B. Taylor
Room 10 Nat. Bank Building