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THE FALLS CITY NEWS. MAY '.*!•. 1915
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P I I Y B I C I AN
F. M. HELLWARTH
D. L. WOOD A SON.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
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0JTXC1AL DIRECTORY Cl FAILS CITY
H. J. Griffin. Mayor.
R M. Wonderly. t'ounellman-ot*LarfO
Phillip Got tire id
H. C. Brown.
C. i. Bradley
C om ici linen
l. Q. Singleton.
C. L. Hopkins,
R. A. Titus.
C. E. McPherren. Auditor and P o lW Judge
Walter L. Tooie Jr.. City Attorney.
Pat Murphy. Marshal and W ater Supt.
M. L. Thompson. Treasurer
Dr. F. M Hellwarth. Health Officer.
B A H i.K K ( H o i ’ll
T li« C ou n cil m eets In regu la r session on the fir«t
and third Tuesday nights of each month, at 7 '
o'clock, in the office of the Falls City N y a «.
S a t u r d a y . M ay 29. 1915
This issue o f the News rounds
out one year under the present
management. The year has pa.-
ed very pleasantly and more or
less profitably. We have endeav
ored to be conservative so as not
to be accused o f “ wanting to run
things before we got our feet
warm.” We have faith that Falls
City will continue to prosper and
grow. The general depression in
business is no greater here than
elsewhere, in fact we are more
favored than many localities, and
doubt not there wiP be a re-adjust
ment ere long that will unlock the
wheels o f progress and set them
on their accustomend rounds.
RIGHTEOUS ( ? ) INDIGNATION
sions, et cetera, has left the news
paper man out with the “ dry
cattle.” The state should enact
a just and equitable rate, using as
a base, ten lines nonpareil as a
“ square” and if larger tyjie is
used it is an easy matter for a
“ printer” to compute the differ
ence. , Until the legislature does
wake up and provide a uniform
legal rate the counties will have
to lineup for slaughter.
According to the Portland scale
it costs a fraction over fifteen cents
per inch to set nonpareil, straight
matter, and price and one-half
for the class taxlists come under,
besides the cost of proof reading
The fellow that
would undertake to publish a tax
list in solid nonpareil at ten cents
per inch, seeks glory rather than
You May visit
Last Sunday the editor of the
Portland Journal took a pot shot
On your way to or from the Fast
at the newspapers in the various
counties, exposing sharp practice
in publishing delinquent tax lists.
In naming the papers and givinj
their advertising rate to merch
ants and the rate charged the
On Sale May 15 daily to September 30
county, he inadvertently ? neg
permitting stop overs enroute. Ten
lected to give the regular rate-
days’ stop allowed on one way tickets
vs. rate charged the county by
at San Francisco and Los Angeles.
the Journal and its consorts, the
Oregonian and Telegram. This
was an unfortunate oversight as,
it probably would have added to
Low Round Trip Fares to San
the taxpayes’ stock of knowledge,
Francisco and San Diego dur
and allayed any suspicion that the
ing the Exposition period.
editor of the Journal did not come Detroit Fathor Thanks British Vico-
with clean hands. He suggests
Cansu! far Seating Him to Join His
that tax lists be set in agate or
Visit the Southern Pa IMc b u ild in g at the Panam a Pacific
Regdnant at the Front.
E xp o sitio n . Rest R oom . M ov in g P icture*. T ravel Lee
nonpareil; never in minion, brevier
lures. T ickets am i V a lid a tin g Office and in fo rm a tio n
or pica. He says that in some of
Detroit, May 22.—Two men
the state papers the list was so faced each other across a mehog-
padd°d that it could readily have any desk in an office on the seven
Full information from noarost Agent of
been set in one-third the space if teenth floor of the Ford building.
set in solid nonpareil.
One was dressed in rough cloth- j
The editor of the Journal mu.-t mg that gave indication of long,
be “ off his feed.” He is either service. The other was attired in
ignorant of the cost o f setting the the latest mode.
“ Good-bye, sir,” said the man in
small sizes of type as compared
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Ore,
with larger, or disposed to be un rough clothing. “ Good-bye and
fair. He certainly would not God bless you.”
expect an hundred inches solid
“ Good-bye,” said the other. I
GIVEN QUICK RELIEF
nonpareil set at the same rate per “ Good-bye and a good journey and
H o w ’s T h i s ?
Pain leaves almost
ANOTHER ERUPTION FORECAST
as if by magic when
Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Re
inch as the “ Baron-Fulop Co.’s” a safe return.”
i on begin using "!>•
ward for any case of Catarrh that
They solemnly shook hands and j
ad, carried by the Journal, set in
)rops," the famousold
Lasson Will Boil Ovor Again Today, cannot to cured by Hall's Catarrh
remedy for Rheuma
type ranging in size from pica to the man in rough clothing turned |
tism, Lumbago, Gout,
T. J. C H E N E Y £c CO.. Toledo, O.
10-line wood type. So far as tax and walked out the door.
Sciatica, N e u r a lg ia
W e, tlis undersigned, have known F. J
and kindred troubles.
Cheney fur the last IS years, and believe
lists not being set in anything
Then the British vice consul,
It goes right to the
him perfectly honorable In all business
San Jose, Cal., May 24.—Albert transaction*
and financially able to carry
spot, stops the aches
larger than nonparel is nonsense. Howard G. Meredith, sat down to
Porta, mathematician, formerly a out any obligations made by his firm.
and pains and makes
The majority of the newspapers his desk.
N A T IO N A L DA N K OF COMMERCE,
life worth living. Get
Toledo. O. |
are set in brevier and long primer
;l bottle of ".VDrops"
“ That was Morrison,” he said,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,
e | today. A booklet with
and few country offices have a “ lie ’s of the stuff that real sold sity, predicts another eruption of acting
directly upon the blood and mu
each bottle gives full
cous surfaces of tho system. Testimonials
sufficient quantity of nonpareil to iers of the king are made of. He !
d ir e c t i o n s for use.
sent f r e e . Prlee 75 cents per bottle. Sold
Don't delay. Demand
set a list ( and unless there is a has gone to join his regiment at day, being caused by the quadra by T a all
k e D a d 's F a m ily P ills f o r co n stip a tio n .
"5 -Drops." Don't ac
cept anything else in
change in national policies it is the front. He thanks me for tic conjunctions of Venus and Jup
place o f it. A n y dr u g
likely to tax some o f the larger sending him to war and he has i iter, which occurred May 19. This
sen volcano to occur about June gist can supply you. If you live too far
a drug store send One D ollar to
lost two sons in the service.”
6-8. At this time Professor Porta from
S .v.ujson Rheumatic Cure Co , Newark,
tween May 27 and 31, the latter
It is unjust to charge the county
It is ever thus; the man in the being the result of the opposition says a fall of gravel for a radius Ohio, and a bottle o f *'&-Drop»“ will be
of 100 miles, and gases that may -vint prepaid.
exhorbitant rates, yet it is sur rough clothes goes to the front and of Venus with Mercury.
reach into Nevada or Southern
prising that the Great State of fights the battles while the man
For June four more outbreaks Oregon, according to the direction
W a lte r L. T ooie, J r ., L a w y e r,
Oregon with its multiplicity o f , dressed in the latest mode rests are predicted, the most violent i of the wind, will accompany the
eruption in the history of the Las- i eruption.—Oregonian.
laws, wardens, hoards, commis- safely at home.
1 D a l l a s , O reg o n .
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