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THE FALLS CITY NEWS Jl'NK* 12,' 11*15
PROSPERITY HAS ARRIVED
LOW SALARIES VS. HI6H
Washington. June 3. The bal
Union county is organizing a ance in the U. S. Treasure at the
taxpayer's league on the right close o f the month of May was
$14,996,067.46, as compared with
lines o f securing tax reduction.
In that county in nine years a balance o f $61,330,913.92. oil the
i same date two years ago. The
state taxes increased 141 per cent,
excess o f ordinary disbursments
school taxes 300. city taxes <550 , over receipts for the present fiscal
per cent and county taxes only 31 j year was $106.903.069.43.
per cent. Three county commis
Postmaster General Burlson at-
sioners on $4.00 a day for a few tributes the postal deficit of six
days each month manage the and a half millions for the last six
1 months of 1914, to the war. How
county business. This is opening
useful the w ar. It is as conveni
the eyes of the people to the fact ent as the "emergency clause”
that high salaried city commis that has enabled many State legis
sioners and city managers are no latures to slip objectionable laws
protection to the taxpayer.
In | over the people. It has been sug
gested that if Mr. Burleson should
Marion county the commissioners
slip on a banana skin some morn
handle the county business and ing on the way to his office that
keep taxes down on a salary not ’ blame would be laid to the w ar-
1 ring nations.
to exceed $300 a year.
T h e Daily
O N E W H O LE YEAR
By M ail
During the Bargain Period
Ending July 15, 1915
T o N e w or P r e s e n t S u b s c r i b e r s
Who Hand U s T hatr $ 3 .0 0 Now
M a l l or B r i n g Y o u r S u b s c r i p t i o n s T o d a y
T H E F A L L S C IT Y
Bargain Agents of the Daily Statesman, Salam, Ore.
ft ELIGIO -SC IENTÎ FIT S KETCH ES
IN HUMAN PROGRESS
The Seventh Pay Adventist
I cainpmeeting and conference in
session at t’ rcaton Station. Port
la n d . Oreiron, from May li7th to
June 8th. has had the moat ruc -
cessful meeting since its otganiz-
ation. On Sunday June 6th $ 14,-
567.45 besides much jewelery
was raised in one meeting for
In all $29,000
Wuahlngtuu —"T h e city of Gallipoli, foreign missions.
toward which tlx* allied forces are was raised for the various forms
lighting, guard* the neck of the tinlll-
of activity, church schools, col
|H)II peninsula, where the peulnsula
joins tile inululaud. near the elbow leges, foreign ami home missions.
formed by the Dardanelles strait and
Temperance Sunday, June 6th
the Sea o f .Moriuora." begins a bulletin
saw the largest Crowds o f the
Issued by the National Geographic so
ciety. The description of this key po campmeeting on the grounds.
sition to the best protected of utl of the number o f
world's «a t e r avenue«, a position to
<vhl< h the Interest o f all the nations Is spoke on the desirability o f na
now turned with much questioning, tional prohibition, ami the aud
ience o f three thousand declared
"Gallipoli is the lust bur that loeku
to do all in their
tbe Dardanelles, and secures Mariuoru
sea as a Turkish lake. It Is u power pow er to bring this ubout ai d
fully fortified city, tta defensive works give us a saloonless nation by
having been heguu in modem style in
tS7S. when the Uussiuns threatened to 1920.
tuko possessiou of Constantinople. The
Noted speakers from various
work of strengthening this port lias
parts o f the nation und world
been enrried on at Irregular intervula
since. When the Bulgarians were at- were present in addition to the
tacking the liuos at Chutalja, the local
ministers. F. W
Turks, who felt that they might expect
secretary o f the home missionary
an eudeitvor to turn their tlauks by
way of Gallipoli and Marmora sen, work in North America, W. H.
worked feverishly upon tbe port’s re Healey, noted
W hile Gnliiixdl is not com
parable In strength to the greatest fort
resses o f Europe, It, nevertheless, with Angeles; Geo. F. Enoch, from
Its modem batteries and extensive out India’. George Harlow from China;
works, forms a proper conclusion to
J. J. Westrup, from China;Lowis
the mightily fortified water lane lead
Johnston, president o f the Wes
Ing down to the Aegean sea.
"This ’city beautiful’ o f the Greeks tern Washington Conference; C.
(Kallipolis) was the first point la Eu
Schultz, head o f the German
rope to he won and maintained liy the
Ottoman hordes. It Is today anything work ir. California; H. J. Dirk-
but a beautiful city.
Its streets are sen from Manitoba, and many
narrow, iinmethodical nml dirty, while
most of Its houses are overworn wood
Nearly a hundred were baptis
cn structures, tu which decay nml un
tidiness mix to an uiipleaslng picture. ed as the result o f the meetings.
There are few buildings o f any urvhl
A t the business meeting the
tectural interest, though the great lead
board o f officers for the year
eu domed bazaars appeal to tbe I magi
nntton of the westerner. Some few and 1 were elected as follows: H. W.
uucared for relics of eastern empire
Cottrell o f Portland, was re-elect-
and Grecluu times have tieeu left to
president; H. G. Thurston o f
normal decay by the Turks.
“Until Turkish occupation and the Salem, vice-president and secre
putting Into effect of tile suspicious, in
tary; C. E. Olcott o f Portland,
tolemut and shortsighted policies of
exclusion and exclusiveness o f the treasurer; Milton H. St. John of
orient Gullilioli seemed destined, us, n Portland. J. H. Honson, Hills
well placed port upon one of nature's
boro. W. C. Emmerson, Gaston,
natural nvenues of water trade, to be
William Keith, Laurelwood,
come one of the greatest o f all the
commercial cities of the near enst. as members o f the conference
Through the centuries of Turkish rule committee.
Was Ones a Beautiful City,
but Has 6one to Decay.
it has slept an nluiost dreamless sleep
Today, with a population of 23,000,
with few ambitions and little under
standing of Its advantages, it lias, how
ever. under the Young Turk regime,
given some evidence o f n reawaken
THE F lgS r FAMILY
MOTHER EVE BEGUILED
The New Testament bears out the story or Genesis, or Mother
Eve's deception, and that Father Adam yielded to disobedience
tbroogb her Influence. SL Faul declares that Adam was not
deceived, and that he therefore bad the greater responsibility.
The Scriptures everywhere portray that it is through A dam s
disobedience that the condemnation passed upon bis entire race
He was its responsible bead. "B y one man sin entered into the
world, and death by sin, and so death passed upon all men
The Bible account tells o f Mother Eve's thirst for know ledge,
and of Satan’s taking advantage of this, beguiling her Into dls
obedience. W e need not suppose that the serpent spoke audl
bly; rather, as we say. "Actions speak louder than words.” it
is probable that the serpent spoke in this manner.
God bad authorized our flrst parents to freely eat of all the
fruits of Paradise except of the species called "The Tree of the
Knowledge o f Good and Evil.” it was forbidden for a time as
a test of tbelr loyalty. T h e eating of the fruit of this tree, they
were forewarned, wouid bring upon them the curse— the Death
The serpent ate of vurious fruits, and seemed espe
cially fond of the forbidden fruit. Observation proved that tbe
fruit did not kill tbe Mtrpent, and the inference drawn by Moth
er Eve w as that God bad forbidden the use of the very best
tree in Ed<*>. Her conclusion was that God bad a selfish mo
tlve In forbidding the use of that fruit; that He feared His crea
ture* woulfl become as wise as Himself.
Mother E ve did not broach these suspicions to her husband.
She would n e t. acquire the knowledge God was withholding,
and then assist Adam to It.—Genesis 3:6.
Adaru reaBzed the seriousness of Eve’s disobedience
thougf.t of the long days before he had her companionship
Now, he would be lonely again
In desperation Adam deter
mlnr-d to join Eve in the Sin and Its penalty. Adam’s death
waf< a slow suicide! His dying lasted 930 years
8A V E
TH IS C O U P O N .
IT IS W O R T H
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SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS
A t 5:30 a. tn., Tuesday morn
ing Class No. 4 o f the M. E.
church left Falls City for the
NOT A N IB BLE; FIN ED $20.
A fter reaching the mountain
Anglar Finds Ha Doesn’t Have to Catch six scouts were sent out to ex
Fish to Be a Fisherman.
plore and find camp. Though the
Berth Amboy. N. J.—It Isn’t necessa
ry to catch fish to be n fisherman In new blazed trail was so steep
N ew Jersey.
Alec Buckowsklt was that they had to get down on
Jim ted beside Kessler's pond with a
their hands and knees they ar
pole and line In his hand.
He hadn't had a bite since he arrived rived at their destination at 9
there at daybreak. But a game warden a. m.
got him, and Justice PlckersgiU ruled
Pinner on the Rickreall at 11
that he was a fisherman and fined him
$20 for not having a license.
Fishing results—caught forty
Order to Shave Stire French.
Paris.—The decision o f the military
Camped for night at clearing
authorities thnt soldiers at the front
must be clean shaven ns a hygienic near top o f the mountain, ate
measure has brought forth a storm of
supper, then roasted marsh mal-
protest from a large number of beard
laws and gave impromtu pro
ed men on the firing line.
gram. Retired, but alas, little
sleep that night tor the campfire
STRANGER THAN FICTION.
didn’ t seem very warm.
You would like to understand your lilblc
Long tramp before breakfast
if you only knew how to ro about It
M ake a etnrt now by choosing from the Wednesday and alter breakfast
follow in g list:
ing found better camping ground
“ W h at Is the 8oul?"
“ Creed Hmashings For Federation.’ •
Breakfast 10 a. m.
“ Jesus N o Longer a M an ."
Dinner 2 p m .
"F e a r, the Bane o f H um anity."
“ Mountains Swept Into the Hen.”
Bidding farewell to their camp
“ The E xistence o f u Supreme In telli
ing grounds they started for
gent C reator Established “
“ Bible, as n Divine R evelation .“
home at 3:30 p. m.
“ Epochs and Dispensations.“
“ P u rgatory F ir e - N o t Now. but Hoon.”
Arrived at M cPherren’s photo
“ Apostles and Pseudo Apostles."
gallery 5 p m.
“ W here A re the Du id ?"
“ Ancient Oarden o f E den."
“ Great Parable o f Sheep and Goats.”
Rip sav/, hand saw, buck saw,
“ Christ Crucified nnd D yin g T h ie f."
“ W hat Is Baptism ?”
“ Great Pyram id a Divine Oracle."
We are, we are, yes I can,
“ Emperor Constantine, T rin ity M aker.”
“ Distress of Nations."
Are we in it,
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W e’ ve been in it a long, long
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M. E. Class No. 4.
W. It Stitvrns was given n uur
prise party Saturday night in
honor of hi« birthday. Thu invit
ed gtittiU wer«: Mrs. Anna Hunt*
lay, Mr nml Mr». 01« Kile, Mi.
ami Mra R. Butler, Mr. and Mr*.
C Cleveland, Mr and Mrs. C.
.Munson, Mr. ami Mr* A K. Sey
mour, Mr and Mrs. Albert Teal,
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Stevens, Mi.
ami Mrs. W. It. .Hieven«, Misses
Mable Steven«, Edith und Katie
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Becoe, B Molieu uud Claude Kill-
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leu cream und cuke
served at 11:30 o’clock
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Simple bucthorn bark, glycerine,
etc., us mixed in Alder-i-ka, the ap
pendicitis preventative, drains so
much foul matter from the body that
( >N K s im
KJNFUL w H i w n r r i t »
uch, gus and constipation AT ONCE.
The QUICK action ia astonishing.
M. L. Thompson, druggist.
Beware of Ointments for
Catarrh That Contain Mercury
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