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THE FALLS CITY NEWS. J l ’N E W tflifi
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1‘ I I Y M i ' I A N
F. M. HELLWARTH
L. WOOD * SON.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office one door east of P, ().
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S u b s c rip tio n R ate«: O ne y e a r. SI.00; s ix month««
50 c e n t» , th r e e m o n th « . 25 ce n t« ; s in g le co p y . 6 e t a
A d v e r tis in g R ates : Display. 15 c e n t s s n Inc h .
B usin ess Notices. 5 c e n t s « l i n e ; For Sale. Rent.
E x c h a n g e . W a n t a tu i l‘ay E n t e r t a i n m e n t No
tice s. 5 cts. a lin e . C a r d o t T b a u k s ¿Wets Leg»
Notices, legal rates.
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S a m p le R o o m *
Copy (or n e w ads. a n d c h a n g e s s h o u ld be sen t
to T h e News n o t l a te r t h a n W e dne s day.
Beat A ooam m odallona
O r o a a a . P r o p r i . tor
O FF IC IA L D IR E C T O R Y OF F A L L * CITY
H J. Griffin Mayor.
R M W on der !y . C o u n c i l m a n a t Larg e
1‘h i l l i p G ott fr eid
H. C. Brown,
C. J Bradle y,
C o u n c i lm e n
I. G. Singlet on.
C. L. H o p k in s ,
R. A. Titus.
C. E. M e P h e r re u , A u d ito r a n d Police J u d g e
W a l te r L. T oos e J r. . Cit y A tto rn e y
P a t M u rp h y , M a r sh a l a n d W a t e r Supt.
M. L. T h o m p s o n . T r e a s u r e r
Dr. F. M. H e l l w a r t h . H e a l t h Officer.
HAKi-KK M in i’ll
T h e C o uncil m e e ts in r e g u l a r sessi on o n t h e first
a n d t h i r d T u e s d a y n i g h t s of e a c h m o n t h , a t ? *)
o ’clock. In t h e office of t h e F a lls C ity News.
S a t u r d a y , J u n e
Japan is increasing her army
If the United States does not
go to war with Germany it be no
fault of England.
When Germany torpedoed an
English ship there was a great
hue and cry raised, yet when Eng
lish mobs attack the German resi
A MUTUAI T K li e
dents and shopkeepers in England
SIBLEY & EAKIN, Abstractors,
destroying their property and
“ The Whole World Knows
Government ownership of pub
515 Court St. Dalla*, Or.
edangering their lives, little notice
lic utilities is a hobby being para
the Portland Pose” and the
A c o m p le te set of A b st ra c ts of Folk < o.
is given to it.
ded as a specific for the high cost
E s ta b lis h e d In Iwt» IT m upt service,
ft o a s o n ab le Kates.
of living, high taxes, oppression
The Philadelphia Ledger uses and kindred ills. A sort of LTtopia
fine language to describe a minor where political bosses, strife, lock
J u n e 9-10-11
political event. The giving of a outs, strikes and bread riots are
job tothat “deservingDemocrat”, unknown. Our Socialist brethren
A Time of fun and frolic for young and old to forget the
Bryan’s son-in-law, is described are inclined to regard it as a balm
and worries of the day and join in the spirit of mirth
as merely a nepatic act, intended 0f GHead whereby man shall re-
to lubricate the amenities of an ceive the full products of his toil.’’
For the people to have control
Special Round Trip Fares
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of the rail roads, the telegraph
The National Treasury balance and telephone lines, the mines and
From Junction City $4.30
decreased a million dollars during the various manufacturing indus-
the seven days ending May 22, tries of the land, at first glance
leaving a balance in the Treasury might appear to be just the thing,
of $13,864,451.88. On the corres- But let’s see how it would work,
ponding date two years ago there Until the Millinium shall cast its
was $131,002,994.61 in the general roseate hues over the land and
fund. For the present fiscal year cause man to forsake evil, there
W it h c o r r e s p o n d i n g low r o u n d t r i p fare»
from nil o t h e r po ints . T ick e ts on »«If
up to May 22, government expend- will be at least two parties, each
Puoxi ia 7
iroin all p o i n t s south* of Kosc bu rg J u n e
itures have exceeded the receipts striving for supremecy. As one
6th to lUth, in c lu s iv e from K oseburg
»tnd a ll poin t» n o r t h J u n e t>tb to i l l b ,
to the amount of $132,326,680.93. party or the other would be in
in c lu s iv e . F in a l r e t u r n l i m it J u n e 14th.
power there will always be strife.
Consul General Keena, located In addition to the officials, boards
F u ll p a rtic u la rs fr o m n e a re s t A g e n t o f th e
at Buenos Aires, Argentina, re and commissions the taxpayers
ports that the declared exports are already burdened with it
from that port for the United would be necessary to e'ect a head
States in 1913, when the Republi for each industry as an overseer.
can tariff law was in force, Then would come the appointment
amounted to $26,000,000. In 1914, of clerks and deputies. As a re
C H A M . M IX , I'H o i- m tio H
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Ore.
with a Democratic tariff in force, sult such places would be filled
the exports to the United States from the ranks of the “ faithful”
were valued at $50,000,000. From regardless of qualification or merit.
the port of Rosario, the exports to This would be observed all down
Dr. Lowe, the noted optician ol
the United States in 1913 were the line, and from the brass but
was here Tuesday on hie1
Nepotism is responsible for un
$5,000,000 but in 1914 they were toned conductor on the “Golden
visits to our
necessary expense and has proven
$9,000,000. This increase of $28,- West Limited” to the red-shirted
an extensive I R H E U M A TIC
a bane to the taxpayers wherever
000,000 was practically all farm “ Paddy” on the section, would
practiced. It is as a vampire practice and his patrons are always S U F F E R E R S
products, to be sold in American hold their job only through fealty
GIVEN QUICK RELIEF
sucking the substance from the satisfied with his professional set-
markets in competition with the to the party in power. The re land giving no adequate returns. vices.
Pain leaves almost
products of American farmers.
as if by magic when
sult would be one of the most In many states the legislatures
ou begin using “5-
M rs M. J. Cockerline and son j
gigantic political machines imag have become wise to the deadly
Irops," the f a m o u s old
Because railway equipment com inable. We have examples in
Conrad will leave today for a visit
# remedy for Kheuma-
’ tism, Lumbago, Gout,
panies lack business for their fac miniature in the post office depart effects and legislated it out of near F’oitland and then will go to,
Sciatica, N e u ra lg ia
business. It is time that Oregon
tories, they are willing to take
and kindred troubles.
Pullman, Wash., for an indefinite:
orders at prices so low as to elimi ment, the national, state, county get busy and crush it out.
It goes right to the
nate profit. Taking advantage of clerks and deputies, (This applies
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spot, slops the aches
periol. Conrad Cockerline who!
and pains and makes
the opportunity to get cars and alike to Democratic or Republican
Pythian Sisters Elect Officers
has graduated at the High .School
life worth living. Get
locomotives at sacrifice prices, administrations) Too often the
a bottle of "6-Drops"
At their inf e ting Wednesday here will attend college there next
today. A booklet with
each bottle gives full
u i t i r
this sort of business that news- thou*h whoI1y incompetent and in the following officers;
d ire c tio n s for use.
Don't delay. Demand
papers point to as an evidence of order to keep the business going
P. C.— Maude Lewis,
Mr. and Mre. W. T. Brown re
"6-Dropa " Don't ac-
revived industry. The factory at all is obliged to hire a clerk at
| cept anything else in
M. F. C.—Edith Brown,
turned Sunday evening from u
place of it. Any drug
that takes orders for the purpose t,hp expense of the taxpayer to do
gist can supply you. If you live too far
of keeping machinery from rust his work. There is not the shadow
a drug store send One Dollar to
E. J —Emma Ilinst.aw,
ing is abojt on a par with the man.
. . .
gon, and in California as far as irom
Swanson Rheumatic Cure C o , Newark,
who works for his board to keep °* a doubt but the business of any
Crescent City. They covered a Ohio, and a bottle of "6-Dropa" will be
from starving. In each instance county in the state could be hand M. R. C.—Jessie Moyer,
distance of 1035 without any wot prepaid.
there is useful employment but it led under contract much more
M. F.—Rethea fjelig,
breakdowns. The roads over the
would be hard to induce either to satisfactorily and at one-half the
Walter L. Tooie, Jr., Lawyer,
and Siskiyou mountains
accept such work as an evidence cost to the taxpayer as under the
G.- .Maude Brown.
were too muddy to cross.
f hv ,,u"' “ s the j*
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