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Saturday, September 25, I9tf>
THE TALLS CITY NEWS.
IP r o fc e o lo n n l t r a t t o
but what, to several who read it,
——'— —----------------- --------------- apj**art*d to be unwonted real in
denouncing the rumor. Had he
simply said th** rumor was only a
D. L. WOOD ft SON,
pipe-dream caused by over-indul-
gunce in water from the famous
R o t e r a i aa » ' r a u l c i a * * m a l l a t th** p o a to ffl« N
Teal Springs, and there was noth
at Kalla C ltj. IVIIt Count). O r n a i, under the
V t t o f t V u g r c a a o f M a r r h S , ISH»
ing to the story, it would not
have caused comment, but to
Tr It phone \n»t Office. 13.
Subscription Rates One v «*r 11.00; fix month*. emphaticly denounce it as abso
ftO cent*; three mont h*. ?ft cents; sins le copy, ft ct*.
lutely false was certainly enough
to cause one to wonder.
A dvertising Rates Display, IS centaan Inch
OREGON STATE FAIR
Hast ness Notices, ft ce n t« agline For Sale, Rent.
K x ttia a g t. W ant and Pay F ntertainm en t No
t*cas. ft eta. a lin e Card o f Thank* ftOeta ; l.ega
Notices, legal rates
S A LEM , O R E., Sepf., 2 7 , to Oct. 2d inclusive.
Copy for new ads. and changes should be sent
to The N ew » not la ter than Wednesday.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY OF FALLS C ITY
.1 Griffin. Mayor
R M W onderlv. Cpuncllm an-at-Large
H. C. Brown.
C. J. Bradley.
I. G. Singleton.
C L. Hopkins.
R A. Titus.
C. E. M cPherren. A u d itor and P o lice Judge
W alter L. T o o «« Jr.. C ity A ttorney.
Pat M urphy. Marshal and W ater Supt.
M. L. Thom pson. Treasurer
Dr. F M. H ellw a rth , H ealth Officer.
T h e C ouncil meets in regu lar session on the first
and third Tuesday nights of each m onth, at 7 30
o'clock , in the office o f the Kalla C ity News.
S a t u r d a y , S e p t e m b e r 25, 1915
NEWS AND COMMENT
NEAR BEER TO BE M A D E
In last Sunday’s Oregon States
man Judge Buahey of Salem in
defending his actions in the W i
dows Pension cases takes a crack
at Walter L Tooze. Jr., of Dallas
who had presumed to criticise the
action o f the Judge.
The report that Rockefeller had
refused to allow any of his money
figure in the war loan has been
contradicted. It was hard to be
lieve that old “ Rocky” would miss
an opportunity o f gathering in the
The commander o f the ill-fated
F-4 is held responsible for the de
struction o f that submarine. This
view of the matter will doubtless
relieve much uneasiness in naval
W E IN H A R O B R E W E R Y P R E P A R E S FOR
England is in sore straits. She
P R O H I B I T I O N DAYS.
must recruit her army and to do
this it will be necessary to con
and to conscript means an
Management S a y * Industry. Repre
senting Investment of More Than
S I . 5 0 0 .000. Will Not Be Ruined
The Weinhard brewery, repre
senting an investment o f between
a million and a half and a million
and three-quartei dollars, is not
to be ruined by the state prohibi
I'll VM|( IAN
F. M. HELLWARTH
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON
O ffici» out* d o u r CMftnt of P. O .
l imi)** SW
Kell* i lly .
Snot need dntto
J . H B to lh , Rosabcrg, Prea.
W Al Jonaa. Salem. Sao,
$20,000 in Cash Premiums
AN OREGON EXPOSITION OPEN TO A LL THE WORLD
Send for premium lists and secure part o f the $20,000.
Exhibit your products, make your expenses and return to
your homes with good money. Free transportation for ex
hibits. I f you have something good in the line o f livestock
bring it to this great market where buyers from several
states will be with the cash.
Come early and see the close.
Free Camp Grounds.
A shady oak park. Free shed room for autos and teams.
Something doing every minute.
Munter, the Aviator, will make two flights daily.
Come and ride with him. Oregon flies with her own wings,
and so does Munter.
F E A T U R E S :— Speed events, Shooting Tournament.
Band Concerts, Boys' Camp, Moving Pictures, Girls’ Camp.
Animal Circus. Everybody’s Camp, Childrens’ Playground,
Paved Walks, Good Water, Pure Air. Numerous Sports.
Reduced Rales On All Railroads.
several who will start later from
There is much speculation as to
C. T. West, who lives in the
Mrs. Gosa is on the sick list.
the terribl« things that would hap- west part o f town, brought a fine
was taken to Portland the
pen should Germany win out in sample o f peaches to the News
part of lust week.
the present war.
' office Monday, that he had grown
Miss Opal Wallace left Tuesday
---- „---------------- on his place. They are nice.
large, smooth and excellent for Dallas where she will work for
If You Do Not First Succeed
keepers making them desirable a fewwveeks.
thought L. L. Brooks last shippers
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Hnbert
week as he fired the eighth 8hot
There g nQ doubt but pt,acheSf
Shills, on September 22d, a seven
at a deer before bringing it down,
pears, prunes, apples and all pound girl.
pje and seVeral other local nim-
kinds o f berries can be grown
Miss Teal of Falls City was vis
rods were out after big game,
successfully here. The thing is iting Miss Haley at Bluck Itock
Brooks had long coveted a cer-
to grow them in sufficient quan Wednesday.
tain automatic rifle and at last
tities that will induce someone
Mrs. Ellis and Mrs. Fldg.tr Hal-
he f ond|ed jt as his own. He
to put in a cannery.
deree werg down from Balderee’a
was on a stand and saw a deer
coming towards him- He fired
tion law that goes into effect Jan-
uary 1, according to Paul Wes-
singer, the manager. Mr. W es-
singer has already made extensive
plans to begin the manufacture o f
near-beer when the manufacture
° f alcoholic liquors is prohibited
within the state.
The Weinhard brewery has
been in constant operation for 53
Collides With Motor Cycle
years. The yearly output o f the point-blank or blank-point, any
brewery at present is 150,000 bar way he pointed the gun in the
Last Sunday while motoring
rels and 100 men are employed. general direction o f the deer and along the streets o f Dallas the
The amount o f taxes paid by the pulled the trigger, but the deer automobile o f G. W. Brentner, o f
Weinhard estate every year to the refused to lay down and die. this city, collided with a motor
County o f Multnomah is estimated Seven more times the automatic cycle ridden by a man named
by Mr. W essingeras$68,000. Be- shattered the atmosphere ere the Valentine. The speed limit was
side the taxes paid to the county, cleer was laid low. One shot being exceeded by Valentine, who
more than $1,000,000 has been only had touched the deer. was running at the rate o f 20
paid by Mr. Wressinger in the last From the looks o f the ground it mile an hour.
11 years to the Federal Govern- is believed that the automatic
The engine o f the motor cycle
had him down several times dur- was not working satisfactorily,
“ I do not intend that all the in- ing the engagement.
, and Valentine was
dustries o f the sort I am interest-
------- trying to fix it. Brentner honked
ed in shall be taken out o f the
Developing a Country
the automobile horn several times
state at the beginning of the new
The Hpvelnn.vipnt o f thp rp and called to him, but he paid no
year," said Mr. Wessinger.
“ I sources o f a country depends, not heed to the warning,
do not know how many men on upon the tourists w ho. like the
In an endeavor to prevent a
my present payroll I will be able mjKratory birds pass, but upon smashup, Brentner steered his
tn retain uhon we begin the man- the man who changes the face o f car
ufacture of non-alcoholic bever- the Kiimmering landscape-fells r o w | y missinK a telephone pole,
ages, but I will retain as many as the forests and tills the soil. The Valentine also steered towards
tourists as they speed through the curb and the two conveyances
“ W’e have been making experi- the country remember it only as smashed into each other,
ments on near-beer manufacture some picturesque scenery appeals
” ^ alentine
' — *’
thrown from the
and we find that few changes will to their eye and not to the fine m° t ° r cyle, but was unhurt, ex-
have to be made.”
orchards, farms or prosperous cePt f ° 1’ a cut on the hand.
The damage to the automobile
was slight, while that to the
B O W W O W . THE L I I T I E DOQ B A R K S ’
Good roads are great factors
The Polk County Observer de in the development o f a country motor cycle was considerable.
nies having any unhallowed inter- and should be so built that they
est in suppressing the rumor that will aid the farmer in marketing
BI.ACK ROCK ITEMS
the Falls City railroad was to be his crops as well as for the pleas-
September 22, 1915.
electrified and in support thereof ure o f the automobilists. Roads
C. E, McPherren of Falls City
was a Black Rock caller Wednes
Bills Allowed By City
Coucil For August
W a lt e r I,. T o o z e , s a la r y
I’ BOki 01
© re g o n
C. W . M a t t h e w s , P r o p r i e t o r
I ’ m . ** a 1S T
and livery hire.............. 127.50
Falls City News, print
ing and rent for Augest
C H A M . M I X . P m . O P M I M T O M
Jas. G. Heltzell, election
eering for Charter
amendments ............... 10.00
Falls City I.umber Co ,
lumber .................................. 091
L. T. Murphy, salary marehal30.CO
L. T. Murphy, salary
water superintendent...... 30.00 |
Polk Co. Observer, print
ing for Tooze..................
Gen. Fund to Water fund... 112 50
C. FL McPherren, salary
fur August...................... 25.00
Geo. Fry. time check.........
C. E. Dill, time check .....
A. Wurtzberger, time check
J. I). Moyer, time check....
FGeetric Light Co., lights... 80.00 Try Our Delicious Cool Drinks,
H A R R I N G TON
Miss Ella Mehrling left last Sat- j
urday for Gooseneck where she,
will tench school.
Robert Throckmorton returned
Wednesday from a trip to Eugene.
Lloyd Ellis is clerk, temporär ; Ho says that the valley shows the
¡ally at t ho Gents' Furnishing effect of the drought to some ex
preached a little lay-sermon on that will allow farmers to come
M ii<s Quint of Hillsboro And Mias
Store of Chas. Hartung.
tent, but the business resources are
civic righteousness, its own-great- to Falls City at any time o f the Holey of Falls City returned to
ness, final perseverance o f the year is what we are more partic- Black Rock Friday to prepare for
field is visiting ly.r sister, Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McKinney
saints and the picturesqueness o f ularly in need of. The farming the coming term of school,
Marry Starr this week.
and Mis. Gilbert of Waterloo mo
the automobile road via Falls City trade is worth striving for.
The The dance
was well attended
The yeur old child of Roheit tored to this city Sunday visit Mrs.
to the Coast, all o f which
was time will soon come when
the Saturday night, several c a m e down
who has been very ill is re McKinney’s sister, Mrs. W. M.
irrelevant to this weighty subject hills and vales around Falls City froin the camps.
to bf no better.
Living in a dry town, as does our will be covered with orchards
M tb . H inckle is visiting her HIS-
Mrs. R. A. Titus, Austin Titus,
esteemed contemporary, we are and berries. Then will Falls
Try a want ad in the News.
ter, Mrs. J. G. Taylor.
surprised at his outburst. We did City come into her own.
Mr. and Mrs. Sain Tetherow motor V ou probably have just what the
! School opened Monday with a
ed to the Dallas fair in Mr. Teth- other fellow is looking lor. Only
not discuss the merits or demerits can hasten the day by proper
‘ very good attendance. There are
o f the DL-er*• ,«• ag a newspaper, management. Why not begin
erow’8 car Wednesday.
5 cents a line.