Falls City news. (Falls City, Or.) 190?-19??, April 03, 1915, Page 2, Image 2

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THE FALLS CITY NEWS. APRIL S. 1M*
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PHYSICIAN
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PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Beginning April 1st
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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY OF FALL* CITY
F K. H u b b a rd M ayor.
T. D Hollowall. Coun cilm an at Large
F hllllp Oottiratd
H C. Brown.
Albert Taal.
Councilman
A. dampaon.
C. L Hopklna.
R. A. T ltu a
G O. Clement. Auditor a n d Police Judge
" alter L T o o k Jr.. Ctty Attorney.
P Lewia. Marahal an d " 'a t e r S u p t .
M. L Thompson. Treasurer
J. J. Sammons. Engineer
Dr F M Hellwarth. Health Officer.
3-Pound Can For $1.00
D ro « a « . P ro p r ie to r
n u t i . n t shops
hurry up and try it as this offer lasts but
30-days.
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a n d th ir d T u e sd ay n ig h ts of e a c h m o n th , a t 7 S)
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Falls
City
Lumber
S aturday , A p r il 3, 1915
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“ ON THE EAVE"
“ For many moons we have been
told, at regular intervals, that
this country is on the eave of
great prosperity.
Strictly speaking, we are on
the eave of calamity, waiting for
prosperity to arrive.
Business men are clutching the
eave with bleeding finger-nails,
holding fast—waiting, waiting for
that promised tide of prosperity.
We are prepared to slide off the
eave into the wave, taking the
tide at flood and letting it lead on
to fortune.
But the tide does not come.
If we let go, the hungry clutch
of receivership awaits, or the cold
cobblestones will get us.
And so we watchfully wait.
And waiting, clutch.
As we wait and clutch we are in­
formed in sonorous, rolling rhet­
oric that ouF fears are merely
psychological and that our cramp­
ed attitude on the eave is the New
Freedom.
Meanwhile, as before stated,
we clutch the eave rather than
take our chances on the cobbles;
and to divert ourselves from the
peril of our position we try to ad­
mire the unctuous literary style
of the pedagogic great ones who
threaten not only to sting us, but
to hang us high as Haman if we
let go.
To let go and allow Sir Isaac
Newton's Law of Gravitation to
have its way, in the hope that we
wi<] slide safely into a passing
“ Ford,” were an idle dream, a
barren ideality.
We admit we are on the eave,
and the danger is that we will re­
main on the eave until we look
like a gargoyle and take on the
rigidity of the cornice.
Hope deferred maketh the heart
sick—that, too, is psychology,
altho not merely psychology.—The
Philistine.
Company Store
A PAPER FOR ALL HANDS
with power and the high co3t of burden of the small land owner.
living would remain only in mem­ I The man that owns a small farm
In every family where The Youth’*
ory and the “trusts” would fade and takes pride in improving and Companion is taken tt ie read by
away like mist before a summer beautifying it is “ fined” for so everybody. The late Justice Brewer
doing. He is taxed for improv­ of the United States Supreme Court
sun.
In an evil hour “ Teddy” and ing, while his neighbor has land used to say that if he could take only
“ William’-’ fell out. The gap was equally as productive, bul unim­ 1 one paper, it would be The Youth's
laid down and the Democrats proved, and only pays a nominal Companion—"a little of everything
in a nutshell, and unbiased.” Jus­
tax.
walked in.
tice Brewer had some of the best
Grade
all
lands
regardless
of
There is no question about a
brains in the country, and he kept
improvements
and
tax
them
ac­
change being brought about. The
them in tine Conditina partly by read­
cost of living went up by leaps cordingly and it will not be long ing The Youth'* Companion. One
and bounds; wages were cut and until you will see the country dot­ never needs to unlearn what he reads
factories closed. The Democrats ted with happy homes. Holding in The Companion. It does not fill
vast tracts of land for speculative the mind with knowledge that is
claim this was brought about to
purposes will not be profitable hind side to. But that is not all
discredit the administration. But
when forced to bear their share there is to The Companion. If you
the great reduction in expenses
want solid enjoyment, read some of
of the taxes.
did not materialize. In fact the
the yarns about t3aleb Pesslee that
Encourage Home Building.
“ faithful” had to be provided for
appear every little while; read C. A.
and there could be no reduction
Stephens’ stories of the good old
Fur Rent—Duelling house. Ap­ times down in Maine; read J. W.
in appropriations. The tariff re­
duction was disastrous, revenues ply at New* olliee.
Schultz's stories of the far-off days
fell off alarmingly and there was
E xtra copies o l The News are when he was a boy among the Black-
much grief at Democratic head­ printed each week, and " ill be sent feet who had adopted him The
quarters.
to any address desired, postpaid, Companion is $2.00 a year—52 week­
ly issues. If yyu want to know more
In this, their hour of travail, for 5 cents per copy.
about the paper before subscribing,
the European war burst forth and
let us send you some sample copies.
saved the situation. A “ war tax’ D ea'ness C annot Be Cured
THE YOUTH’S COMPANION.
could be levied. Although every­ b y local n plications, 03 t V v ' an n o t
r e a c h t h e d ise a se d p o rtio n of t h e ear.
142 Berkeley Street, Boston, Mass.
thing imaginable was placed un­ T h e r e is on ly o n e w a y to cur.- tL-afnegs,
by constitutloj- .1 r .tn e d l j . New Subscriptions Received at this
der the “ war ban” the leak could a D n e d a f n t e h s a s t Is U ciu3eel
b y a n Inflamed • ondi-
tlon o f t h e m u c o u s lin in g o f t h e K u jta -
Office.
not be stopped. Something must clilan T u b e. W h e n l i d s t u b e -13 Inflamed
you h a v e a r u m b li n g s o u n d o r l m p - r f A
done. Perhaps a little brush with h e a r in g , a n d w h e n It la e n t i r e l y el
s Is t h e re s u l t , a n d u n le s s t h e In ­
Mexico would afford an excuse to D f la e m a f m n e a s tio
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
n <an bo t a k e n o u t a n d thin
t u b e r e s t o r e d to its n o r m a l condition,
issue bonds.
h e a r i n g will be d e s t ro y e d f o rev e r; nine
Notice i« hereby given to whom
» ascs o u t of t e n a r e c a u s e d b y C a t a r r h ,
So it appears that the Denio- w h ic h is n o t h i n g b u t a n infla med condi­ it may concern that bids will be
tion o f t h e m u c o u s s u r f a c e s .
rr 111 g iro fjno H*:tvlr«‘d D ollars f o r any caaa of opened by the County Court of
cartic party has failed to make IN- Wo
ifn<-8s '«-ausc'l byca**irrh>tfifU. cannot r> -curedbj
8«;nd fo r circulars free.
Polk County, Oregon, on Thurs­
good, leaving the people in about H all s C atarrh C F m ra.
J.CT1 BN ICY,* CO. Toledo. Ohio.
Bold fcy !)mggi«'», 75c
day
the 8th day of April 1915 at
the 3ame state of mind as i3 the Tsko
H all s FaaUly P ills fo r coostlpatloc.
2 o’clock P. M., for crushing ana
“sinner” after having listened to
putting in the bunkers at Falls
doctrinal sermons of the various
City,
Oregon, of 3500 yards of
Churches.
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R H E U M A T IG
rock
more or less, according to
In times of panic and financial S U F F E R E R S
•
specifications
on file in the office
stringency, all great business con­
GIVEN QUICK RELIEF
SOMETHING WRONG
of
the
County
Judge. Also for
cerns seek to reduce expenses to
Pain leave* almost
hauling
and
delivering
same on
The Republican party ruled the the minimum. Every department
a* if by magic when
County
toad
at
points
to
be de
you
begin
using
"5-
United States for a number of is examined and every possible
D ropa," the famousold
signated
by
the
Court.
years with more or less satisfac­ expense reduced. Every employee
remedy for Rheuma­
The Court reserves the right
tism, Lumbago, Gout,
tion to the people and prosperity must earn his salary. Is this true
Sciatica, N e u ra lg ia
to
reject any and all bids.
to the country. There were many of government officials? How-
and kindred troubles.
By Order of County Court,
It
goes
right
to
the
things done not pleasing in the many officials drawing a salary of
spot, stops the aches
J. B. Teal, County Judge.
sight of the people. The cost of $3,000 to $6,000 per year with ex
;jnd pains and makes
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life
worth
living.
Get
living was out of proportion to the penses and clerk hire, could if
(ffidjBB
I a bottle of "¿»-Drops’
Walter L. l'ooze, Jr., Lawyer,
today. A booklet with
earning power of labor and the j pushed out into the cold world and
Dallas,
Oregon.
tf.
each
bottle
gives
full
masses laid the blame to the party made to shift for themselves,
AbFvWirHr»
d ire c tio n s for use.
/ PtNctiOn»
FOR SALE—Victor talking ma­
Don't delay. Demand
in power, the “System” as our earn $75 per month? In many
" 5 -D ro p a D o n 't ac­ chine. $10 will buy a Victor talk­
instances the official is wholly in­
Socialist friends would term it.
cept anything else in
ing machine with 10 records. Can
place of it. Anydrug-
The Democrats said that they competent and but for the clerk
be seen at News office.
gi»t
c a n supply you. If you live too far
were possessed of the secret of the office would be swamped.
from a drug store send One Dollar to
Correspondent« wanted in every
Why not keep the clerk and Swanson Rheumatic Cure Co., Newark,
eternal happiness and prosperity,
Ohio,
and
a
bottle
of
"¿»-Drops"
will
be
neighborhood
in this section ot the
the balm of gilead that wouldheal kick the official out.
gent prepaid.
country.
all political ills, But clothe them Taxation has become the great
Harrington’s
FOR
H o m o M a d e C a n d ie s
Ol the Beet Hr ii lid
S O F T D R IN K S O F ALL
K IN D S .
P e a n u t and P opcorn
S t a n d in C o n n e c tio n .
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The Real Tobaoco Chew can now
be purchased at Ellis' Coi f.
List your farm land with D. L.
Wood at the News office.
Get your butter wrappers p rin t­
ed a t the News office.