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THE FALLS CITY NEWS. MAY 22, 1015
(lŒLIGiÔjSCÏËNTÏFTCSKETCHES ANTI-CHUG LAWS
DOING THEIR WORK
HUMAN PR O CR EÒ
Hundreds In New York Seeking
Treatment In Hospitals.
SITUATION NOT UNEXPECTED
P r ie s
1,000 P a r
a n d F ie n d * F in d It A lm o a t Im p o s s i
ble to B u y It a t A n y P r ic e — P r ilo n a
F ille d W it h V ic t im s .
S IX TH
As the carbon laden atmosphere became more pure, rojtrta
ttou became less rank. The animals changed correspondingly
The heavy boned Sloth and Mammoth gave place to less bouy
varieties of animals, commou today,
1 he specialisation tu the case o f man’s creation Is shown lu
his vast superiority over the lower aulmals. The first man,
Adam, was an Image of his Creator, the highest type of fleshly
or animal being
That image of his Creator consisted lu his
moral and Intellectual likeness. It Is difficult to Judge from
present human conditions all that Is meant by God's image,
because we have no sample o f perfect humanity for comparison
“ All have sinned and come short o f the glory o f God” In wt^ b
Adam was created. (Psalm 8:5.) Sin and Death have reigned
and the Godllkeness has been lost. All ueed Restitution.
It was toward the close o f the Sixth Day, or approximately
forty-two thousand years from the time of beginning the order
ing of Earth, that God created Mam
The Image of God from this standpoint would mean a human
being thoroughly In tune with the Infinite One. one that would
have no unrighteousness nor Iniquity In him. Adam's trans
gression was not the result of Ignorance, nor o f pure wllfulness.
It was the result o f temptation, which tils limited knowledge
accentuated. His responsibility was for the knowledge he pos
sessed. He knew that he was disobeying God.
When thinking of man In the image o f God, we Instinctively
look back to "The Man Christ Jesus." "holy, harmless, unde
filed and separate from sinners,” and like the first Adam, whose
penalty He came Into the world to meet.—1 Corinthians 15:2a
"A fte r Our likeness let him have dominion.” Adam's domln
Ion over the lower animals was like God's dominion over the
Universe Angels, although In God's Image, do not have a God
like dominion over creatures of a lower order Man's dominion
overthrown by sin. Is to be restored by Messiah's Kingdom.-
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support the President in contro
versies with foreign countries,
even though they doubt the wis
dom of the methods of the State
Department, yet they should not
and will not feel obliged to sup
port him in domestie economic
matters when they know him to
The President has refused to
furnish the Industrial Relations
Commission with the correspond
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the strike in the coal regions of
that state; and it is hinted that
Mr. Wilson is seriously displeased
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Chairman Walsh has carried on
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Hon. A. Mitchell Palmer, Demo
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an unsuccessful candidate for the
Senate last fall, passes into the
‘lame duck” class by Wilson’s
favor and has been appointed
member of the Federal Court of
Claims. In the interva' between
shifting from political shirt sleeves
into judicial ermine, Mr. Palmer
pauses to remark that Wilson will
be renominated despite the fact
that .the Baltimore platform de
clared in favor of a single term
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“ The Beginning of God’s Creation.”
“ Prince Lucifer Now Prince of Demons.”
“ Mene, Tekel, Upharsin.”
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THIS BOY OWNS BALL PARK.
G a r d n e r ’*
F a th e r B o u g h t
to P la y In.
(Mint. I’oetolllce clerks were iittonUlied
a few days ago when she ibsnnndud
■tauips for cuitveynuru of her house
hold goods from this city to QiiluaulL
" I figured It would be cheaper this
way." said Mrs. Olson, blinding In a
barrel containing her kitchen stove.
Other article« of furniture followed.
weighing In all 337 pounds sud tiirlud
lug kitchen iitetisfis a rocking chair j
and a dining room table, among other j
ttp.igs. The moving eoat her $4.(12 til
It cost her $2ii I ho old way.
• he said
FOR HOME EDUCATION
Mrs. Schoff Has Already En
rolled Over 20,000 Members.
New York.-Since Uie strict enforce
uieut o f tho drastic null drug laws lu
this oily has made It almost Impossible
for dopo fiends to buy narcotics the re
Washington.—The bureau of eduen
mits are both sad mid luterestlug.
(Ion Is much Interested lu the tour of
Au appalling situation lu which
the country lu the Interest of home
drug maniacs ure allowed ut lurge,“ Is education by the Nntlouul Congress of
Ernest K. Coulter's chnructerUatiou or Mothers' uud Parent Teachers' assoel
the present state o f affairs lu New a lions.
Y'ork. Mr. Coulter represented Mrs.
• While child welfare conferences are
William I\. Vanderbilt lu the long being held by the slate branches o(
light to suppress drug traffic tu this the Congress o f Mothers III AluhUUl'I.
city, lie was asked to tell what ought Georgia, Connecticut. Mississippi. MU
to be done to handle the many cases sourt. Maryland.
Utah aud Wisconsin.” tbe bureau an
o f drug victims w ho. deprived o f co-
nounced. "the officers and leaders of
! caiue. heroin uud other habit foruilug
the congress, accompanied by retire
drugs, arc committing acts of vloleuco
| and tilling tho city's prisons aud hospi
“ I don't believe the people o f the city
realize the seriousness o f the situa
tion." said Mr. Coulter. “ It must be
understood that these men who roll,
assault and kill to get morphine or
j some similar drug are Insane. They
j are the most dangerous kind o f luua-
! tics when the craving comes over
them. The drug means more to thein
than life, and they will never hesitate
to sacrifice lives—others and tbelr owu
—to get the stuff.
"The situation which has arisen Is
perilous In the extreme, but it Is not
unexpected, and um|>le wurnlug of
wbat would come about tf the city did
not prepare for it was given a year ago
before the Boylun law became effective
on July 1 last The city was told then
that it must prepare to handle hun
dreds — yes. thousands — of uufurtu
“ Commitment o f drug habitues to
hospitals had been found to be a fiat
failure, because tbe hospitals were tool
overcrowded to keep these cases a suf
ficient length o f time. In addition ex
Vhoto by A m e r i c a n Press Association.
perience hud shown that the hospitals
HUB. r H K D M U I C Brill,KV
were not the proper places for drug
cases, because the clinical or medical scuta lives o f tho bureau o f education,
treatment needs to be followed by a lire croHslug tho continent, bolding o r
prolonged soclul, physical and mental gnnlzution mootings In many o f tbe
rehabilitation. The prisons were then western state«. This tour Is Intended
overloaded with drug users, aud wo to rnnke tbe benefits of tho nnuunl
found that In nearly every ease the conference felt as widely as possible.
prison terms were too short for treat
"This year’s work of tbe congress
ment to effect anything like a cure.
Is In close connection with the borne
“ Consider this: From -to per eeut to education division o f the bureau of
05 per cent of prisoners are drug users. education. Mrs. Frederic Schoff. presl
Leaving out those sentenced for tills dent o f the Kutlouul Mothers' Congresa.
very thing, from 30 per cent to 50 per Is director o f the borne education dl
cent o f persons convicted o f other o f vision, which, since Its organisation lu
fenses are, found to be drug users September. 11)13, has enrolled over 20,-
They have to lie treated fur this, but 000 women from all parts of tbe couu
the workhouse sentences, for instance, try Interested nnd nble to co-operate
are so short that nothing adequate can in organizing parents for study of
be done to rid them of the h abit"
child nature and child making.
Tbe Boylan law, the Vanderbilt nnd
“ The plan o f the home education
other anti drug crusades nnd to some work, aa revealed In the Congress of
extent the war have increased drug Mothers and In the home edncutlon
prices us much ns 1.000 per cent.
division. Is 'the organization of tbe
A year ago ii six ounce cun o f opium parenthood o f the world for study of
cost the "plpey" or smoker from $0 to childhood's needs nud for the promo
$10. Now It costs from $35 to $55. tlon o f child w elfare' In the confer
Sold by tbe “ toy." the smallest and ences which the congress proposes to
most popular measure. It brought $1
hold some o f the topics to be discuss
for first class opium or 50 cents for
od are ‘Peace,’ ‘Encouragement In
lower grade. Now Lai Yuen; the best
Habits of Thrift and Industry.' 'Sptr
opium, costs $i! a "toy.” Recently 300
Itual Development of Children' and
six ounce tins o f this opium sold for
'Helping Waywurd Children.' ’’
$15,000, and the buyer expected to
make $3.000 profit.
H o s p it a ls F o r A n im s lt .
Cocaine, now selling for $22 an
Rome.—The Society For the Protec
ounce, could lie obtained a year ago
for $3 or less. A "deck” o f coenlne, tion o f Animals announces that If
the smnll package generally nsid In Italy goes to war It will maintain four
the Illegal drug trade, sells now for big hospitals for sick and wounded
$4.50 to $5. and the user gets less than horses
he used to for 25 cents. It Is now »old
in smaller packages, containing only a
SURPRISE FOR F A L L S CITY
few doses, for 50 ceuts or $1. The
drug i i u w is often adulternti.d.
The s mple mixture o f buckthorn
Heroin, or morphine diacetyl, was bark, glycerine, etc., known as Ail-
Imported largely from Germany nnd
ler-i-ka, tlv* appendicitis preventa
little manufactured here. It comes in
tablets, which are crushed and "sniff- i tive, surprises Falls City. It draws
od" through the nose. A hundred tab I ao much foul matter from the system
lets now sell for $5 to $C
Before tho that O N E S P O O N F U L relieves sour
war they cost $1.
U<;roln powder stomach, gas and constipation A T
adulterated with sugar < d lead is sold
ONCE. M. L. Thompson, druggist.
at n corresponding advance.
Tbe morphine user piiys almost as J
much as the opium smoker. Morphine j
Notice to Eletric Light Users
Is selling now ut $5 for twenty-five
Formerly the sam e amount
All persons owing the Falls City
was sold for 25 to 35 cents.
S t Louis.—Prospect a are bright for a
humdinger o f a time this summer fur
Rodgers Gardner, thirteen year old son
o f Russell E. Gardner, president of a
big buggy company. His father has
leased a whole hall park for him.
Heretofore the corner lot hierarchy
reached Its apex In the boy who owned
a dollar 'u' a quarter baseball, a catch
er's glove and an Inflelder's mitt. Even
then he was always likely to be tor>-
pled from his throne by some tnler-
loper with a wagon tongue bat and an
out drop curve. But when a fellow
owns a whole park he’s reasonably
Electric Light Co. for service prior
Russell E. Gardner the other night
to April 1, 1914, will please pay
W alter L. Tooze, Jr., L a w y e r ,
MOVED BY PARCEL POST.
closed a lease on the vacant corner at
the amount to D. L. Wood at The
Laclede and Euclid avenues and has
arranged to have It fenced and laid out O ld W « y C o s t H * r $20— N iw O n ly News office,
Correspondents wanted in « v e r y In baseball grounds by the time the son
Seattle, Wash.—Mrs. Annie Olson Is !
neighborhood in this section, o l the returns from a military school for bis
Get your butter wrappers print-'
believed to be the first houiwwlfe In
the United States to "move"
parcel 1 ed at the News office.
M r. H am a 6 * « k tr -
C O M C TO FALLS C ITY . O R C U O N
a n d B u y O r o h a r d La n d
Notice to News Subscribers
A b l u « - p « n o l l o r O M m a r h or* t h l i
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nooda f la ln g
D o II n o w .
FALLS CITY MARKET REPORT
Flour, per sack $1.85, $2, $2 10
Bacon, per pound 20-22 cents
llntna, par pound 22-centa
Picnic bamn, per pound 16-otnla
Choice Dairy bultrr 25-cents;
Roll 60 cenIs.
Creamery, per pound 85-ccuta;
Eggs, per dozen 18-cents
Coffee, per pound 26 to 46 emits
Sugar, 13-p mud for $1.00
Bmtns, small w hite, per pound
Lard, per 5-lb pail 85-centr; per
10-lb pail $1 06.
Potatoes, per pound 2^-cei.ts
Wheat, per bushel $1.80
limit, per sack (1.15
Shorts, per sack $1 75
Harley, Midd per sack (2 25
Hulled Harley, per sack (1.75
Alfalfa meal, per 100-lb« $1.75
Post Office Time Card
Offico hours: Daily, except Sun
day, 8 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.
Mail arrives, front
Salem 9.00 a.m , 5:15 p.m.
Dallas, 9:00 A M , 5:45 P. M.
Portland and Dallas train No.
Ml, 1 j :6A A M.
Hlack Rock, 1:30 P. M.
Mail closes for:
Salem, 8.50 A.M., 1 P. M. and 5
Dallas, 8:50 A. M. and 5 P M.
Portiand-DttiiaB train, 358, 1 P.M
Hlack Rock, 11 A. M.
S unday O nly
Offico hours: 9:30 to 10:80 a.m:
Mail arrives front Salem, 9:00
Mail closes for Salem, 8:50 a. m.
Effective May 13, 1915.
1 it a C. M Kit » L I N O , Postmaster
For Rent— Dwelling house.
ply at News office.
Extra copies of The News are
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for 5 cents per copy.
Fatal to Young Girl
"M y daughter, wh»a thirteen year«
old. waa stricken with heart trouble
8h* waa so bad w* had to place her
bed near a window
eo eho could get
doctor eald, 'Poor
ohlld, ahe Is likely
to fall dead any
told me Dr. Mile*'
Heart Kemody had
cured her father,
■o I tried It, and
■he besan to Im
a «reat many bot-
tlee, but eh* le
■pared to me to
day. a fat. roey
cheeked alrl. No one can Imastne the
confidence I have In I)r. Mile»' Heart
Remedy.” A. R CANON, Worth. Mo.
The unbounded confidence Mr.
Canon has in Dr. Mile*’ Heart Rem
edy is shared by thousands of
others who know its value from
experience. Many heart disorders
yield to treatment, if the treatment
is right. If you are bothered with
short breath, fainting spells, swell
ing of feet or ankles, pains about
the heart and shoulder blades, pal
pitation, weak and hungry spells,
you should begin using Dr. Miles’
Heart Remedy at once. Profit by
the experience of others while you
□r. M ile s' H e art Rem edy I* «old and
guaranteed by all drugglete.
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