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THE TALLfl CITY NEWS.
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F. M. HELLWARTH
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Bugine** Notice*. 1 c*nt* * Un* Pot flsls. Rent
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PHYSICIAN AND SUKGKUN
Office one door cant ol 1', O.
Copy lor uew ad*. and chan*** ahould be **nt
to Tho New* not later th*n W i f a M l iy
O r r i C l A L DIRECTORY 0 *
Office «»ai Tbompaoii'a •trug ature. Mu
tual phuu* ivi Phone Might Call «41
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Subarrtption Kat**: One year. 81.88; bis monlb».
10 c m U. ihre# month*, t t anta. tinsi* cov». » ft*
R. A. T itu s.
G. O. Clement. Audltoi amt Poll** Judge
Walter L. Toore Jr.. City Attorney.
\V. p. low la. Marshal ami Water 8upt.
M. L. Thompson. Treasurer
J. J. Sammons. Engineer
Dr. F. M. Hellwarth, Health OIBcer.
Under the guise of “ For the
public health and safety,” many
freak laws are slipped over the
people. This is particularly true
with regard to laws to regulate
the practice of medicine; requir
ing a candidate for matrimony to
procure a health certificate and
many others of like nature. The
main object is to corner the right
to practice medicine limiting it to
a favored few and creating more
fees. The Illinois legislature is
considering a measure requiring
each candidate for matrimony to
procure a health certificate and
incidentally pay a fee of $10 each.
Imagine a young man and his
blushing bride-to-be lined up be
fore some fat-head doctor to be
punched in the ribs and put thro'
the various stunts like prize cattle
at a stock show. It ¡3 well to look
after the health of the public, but
there issuch a thing as getting
into deep water. In these days
of greed and graft it is doubtful
if these laws can be made effect
ive. A fat fee would surmount
great obstacles and would reduce
a well developed case of tubercu
losis to a “slight cold.” People
have, for may generations, been
able to settle the marriage ques
tion very satisfaetorially among
those directly interested without
expert advice. Any law calcula-
ted to hamper or reduce ‘docs’ fee
is bitterly resented. For instance:
The bill requiring prescriptions be
written in plain English would de-
moralize the whole business. A
doctor has a very sick patient and
he writes a prescription thus:
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Falls City Lui mber
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B eat A o o p m m o g p tlo n g
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Bohle’s Barber Shops
Tit* Council meets in regular session on the 8 rat
and third Tuesday nights of each month, at I SO
o'clock, In the office of the Falls City News.
S aturday , F ebruary 20. 1915
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F A I L * CITY
F K.H ubbaid Mayor.
T. D. Hollow*!!. Councilman at Large
H. C. Brown.
C. L Hopklnt.
W . B. Officer, M . D.
P h y elelan s a g S u rg e e n
n»n al thr postoflu»
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Art of On«r*B« of March 8. WTt.
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M O NUM ENTO
G. L. H A W K I N S
M A R B L E A N O G R A N IT C
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An exchange says: “ Notwith-
standing the allround unddesira-
bility of the pessimist, you can
pick out more commendable points
in him than can be found in the
“cheerful idiot,” who has neither
the sagacity nor the moral stam-
ina to discover and denounce evil
in high places.
The Dallas Itemizer is boosting
Walter Tooze, Jr. for mayor.
Japan is showing her “ good
faith’’ in the taking of Kiau-Chau
from Germany by demanding all
the rights enjoyed by Germany
in the possession of said territory
with many others that amounts
to dictating the policies ot China.
FUNCH AL DIRECTOR
Round trip tickets, permitting stop overs at all
points in either direction, to the Panama Pacific
International Exposition, San Francisco, Feb. 20
to Dec. 4th and to the Panama California Ex
position, San Diego, open all year will be placed
February 15 to N o v e m b e r 3 0
Scenic Shasta Route
R. L C H A P M A N
Funeral D irte tot
Wo a lte a d «• all w ork prom ptly.
D allas amd Falla City. Or
O re g o n
C W M a tth e w s , P roprietor
Three Fine Trains Dally
Shasta Limited: Extra Fare, First Class equipment only.
Leaves Portland 3:50 p. m. A High Class Train.
Wilson and Bryan have finally
“ hubbed it.” They have been
San Francisco Express: Observation Car, Standard and
playing goody, goody boys and
Tourist Sleeping Cars. Chair Cars and Diner.
patting England and Germany
California Express: Standard and Tourist Sleeping Cars,
both on the back. Food, arms
Chair Cars and Diner
and munitions of war have been
fares, literature on the Exposition, train sche
furnished by United States citi-
Agent of the
zens to England, but England
S tr e n u o u s ly objects to accord the
S O U T H E R N P A C IF IC
same to Germany as she herself
asks. In retaliation, Germany
John M. Scoff, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon.
has w a r n e d neutral shipping to
stay out of certain waters or suf-
fer the consequences. Unless
Samuel is hunting a good-
List of Letters
Rx Magnesia« Carb onatls drachmam
R H E U M A T IC
Pulveris Rhei grana quindeclm
sized scrap he had better keep
Remaining uncalled for in this
Aquae Mentha« Pi per itae fluiduncias dua«
Fiat m iitu ra . cujus d e tu r cochleare m agnum his little boats on this side and office for the week ending Feb
let Germany and the allies fight 13. 1915.
G IVEN QUIOK RELIEF
L a d ie s .
P ain lea v es almost
The victim cheerfully takes it
at if by m agic w hen
Pierson, Mrs. John
to the druggist who scientifically
you begin using "5-'
G entlemen .
D rops,'' the fam ous old
compounds it. Under the plain
Ancient Ordinances Repealed
rem ed y for R heum a-(
English it would read like this:
tism . L um bago, G out,
Hitchcock, Rev. H. C.
Lest somebody attempt to im
S cia tic a , N e u r a l g i a
Take of the Uarbonate of Magnesia a drachm
and kindred troubles.
pound a stray dog or a wander These letter* will he ser t tu the
of th e Powder of Rhu barb fifteen grain«
It g o es right to the
ing bovine in the Bee Hive store, dead latter iiflite Feb. 27, 1915
of P epperm int Water two fluid ounce«
spot, stop s the a ch es
Let a m ix tu re be made, of which a table an old ordinance, passed in 1875, if not delivered before.
and p ain s and m akes
for the above, please say “ Adver
ful may be given every two hour«
life worth living. G et
was repealed by the city council tised,” giving date of list.
a bottle o f "5-D rops ’
today. A booklet with
The magic spell is broken and Monday night. The ordinance
I r a C. M e h r l i n g , P. M,
ea ch b ottle g iv e s ^ u ll
no longer can the ‘doc’ awe his in question located the town
d i r e c t i o n s fo r tub.
D on t d elay. D em and
$100 Rew ard, $100
patients with high-sounding names pound on the lot now occupied by
T h e rea&are o f thl* paper will
"5-D rops ." D o n ’t a c
nor charge a dollar and a half for the Bee Hive _
pleaerd to learn th a t there la at leaat one
cep t anything else in
dreaded d isea se th a t scien ce h as been
p la ce o f iL A ny d ru g
ten cents worth of drugs and a
Two other ancient and useless ab le to cur* In all Its sta g e s. and th a t la
H a ll’s C atarrh Cure la tho o n ly
gie! can supply you. If you liv e too far
a few ounces of scented water.
ordinances were also repealed by Catarrh.
p ositive cu re now know n to th e m edical
from a drug (to re send O n e D o lla r to
ity. C atarrh being a con stitu tio n a l
Sw an son R heum atic C ure C o , N ew ark,
There are many doctors that are the council. One granted a fran- d fratern
isease, requires a co n stitu tio n a l treat
O hio, and a bottle o f *'5-Drope" w ill be
H all's C atarrh Cure Is taken In
honest and conscientious in their chise to Wilson Holman et al for tern ally. a ctin g d irectly upon the blood
sen t prepaid.
nnd m ucous su rfa ces o f th e sy stem , there
dealings and do not impose upon a railroad to run down Mill street. by d estroyin g the foun d ation o f the d is
and (I v ln g the p a tien t stren g th by
the credulity of their patients and This ordinance was passed in ease,
building up the co n stitu tion and a ssistin g
natu re In d oin g Its work. T he proprietors
of such we have the highest re 1883. The other, of more recent h e v e so m uch fa ith In Its cu ra tiv e pow
Some counties are refusing to
th a t th e y offer One H undred D ollars
spect. They are neither seeking date, provided for licensing auto er*
a representative to the Pan
for an y c a se that It fa lls to cure. Send
Hat o f testim on ials.
for notoriety nor urging freak mobiles used for hire.—Dallas for Address
Exposition to bring more
F. J. CHENEY A CO , Toledo, Ohio.
Bold b* all Druggists, 75c.
Take H ell's Family PUls for constipation.
S. B. Taylor
Room 10 Nat. Bank Building
Cresswell—A. Vatuone of San
Jose establishing paint factory
For P. A O. plows for stubble
and aod, call at N. A. Lut de’e