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Tí!Tí FALLS CITY NEWS
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of March 3. 1ST».
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Suterrtrtton K>ln O m >«u. tl.tt. «tl month*.
PLEAD FOR BREAD
Copy iot new ad* sndetasugesshould he sent
to The News not inter then Wednesday.
orriCXAL DIRECTORY Of fALLR CITY
H. J ttriflln, Msyor
K. M Woadarly. Councilman et t*r«a
( From the Seattle Gorman Press. )
“Shoot Us!” They C ry-O r
dered From Food Line.-
DESPERATE LIFE STRUGGLE.
Como, but Don't Let Us
Bullet la More Merciful."
Mestcan Bandit*. Bolder
Are Sparing Neither Rich
p ro fe sio n a l da roe
F in a iC I A N
F. M. H E L L W A R T H
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON
TO ONE SIDK
I « c * n U . th r * » m onth*, » r a n t s . « m * l» t o p » , k e t» .
Advertising R et« Oitriey. 1*«*n»«»a Invh
Business Notices. Scents s line. Bor 8*1», Rent.
Lichen««. SNsnt end ley Entettsinment No
tv.es. Sets, »line Csrdot Thsnks SOels Legs
Notice A legs! rotes
PRESIDENT WILSON'S NEUTRALITY
TO THE OTHER SIDE
England mav take pos a'ssion of
Germany may not injure Amer
ships and confiscate
ican ship;;, nor interfere with
Mexico may slay Americana
.Germany may not kill Ameri
cans with impunity.
The United States w ill not main
The United States will maintain
tain the rights aiid privileges of
the rights and privileges of Amer
Americana who travel or live in
ie a ns to travel on ships owned by
Any loati to England would not
Any I man to Germany or Aus I be inconsistent with the spirit of
tria would be inconsistent with neutrality.
the spirit o f neutrality.
The best practice of nations in
The best practice of nations in the mutter of neutrality is to per-
the matter of neutrality is to pro i mit and encourage the shipment
hibit the shipment of arms to the of arms to the lighting forces of
fighting forces of Mexico.
dooi « a at of I*. O
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.TBitiMiict'o dn rO o
IlAMl.) N SIKH'S
Torreon. M exico.— Starvation condi
tions in M exico City are fairly typical
H .C. Brown.
o f central northern, northeastern and
T a lla C i t y . O re g o n !
L B 8tnf letón.
C L Hopkins.
Northern M exico has long sluce for
res flrl a Mm». Heir tat. lath
R. A. Tttus.
gotten the principles o f the revolution,
C. E. McPherren. Auditor and Police Judge
WE DO OUR WORST TO PRO-
the political, agricultural, tlnaudut a ml
Agent 1er Dallai Mram laundry
Walter L. Toose Jr.. City Attorney.
Hu uri Ir» f»riw«irirri TiiiitUy (-vmlng
social "reform s" which were the slo STORE PEACE;!
1/>NG THE WAR.
Pat Murphy. Marshal an.'. Water Supt.
gaus o f Villa and Carranza. T o the
St. L. Thompson. Treasurer
great mass o f Mexicans those print!
Dr. P. M..H ellwarth. Health Officer.
pies never were more than campaign rued, raoroae, the result o f tnnnv bat tho ocean, does imt surprise *..oic. 'U |
ThoCoundl meets In regular session on the first
tles and a ruccrs -I or o f defeat*
All surgeon. o ln> uttraded hint 111* blind
MON l* ME NTH
and third Iuesday nights ol each month, at 7 30 talk. They understand that the mill that prevents mutiny Is fear o f the big ness, they my, « « * the tesult o f wreck .
tary leaders are merely playing i>oll
o'clock, in the offlee ot the Kails City News.
tics with guns instead o f speeches, pro brown niuii with ihe bushy mustache ed nerves
When he m u put tn a hospital In
mid tbe blazing eyes Villa
e s s io n s a n d v o te s .
S a t u r d a y . O c t o b e r 2. 1915
M A R B LE AN
G R A N ITE
The army 1* sober. So Is the civilian April ho « a * not wounded, but w us a
T o make matters worse, the Mexl
Knowing that sotol. te uervon* wreck, nbaolute’ y blind nnd j
can t>andlts never were bolder or busier population.
than they are now. With the always quit«, mescal ami the whole Mue o f Incapable o f distinguishing darknw«
D a l l a s , O re g o n
chaotic government o f M exico more native strong drink tend to lutinine from light latter he regained his per j
chaotic than ever, the bandit raiders men and make them ugly. Villa has
i ham hers was blown Into a shell :
GERMAN BANK DRAWS THE LINE are sparing neither the poor nor the enforced prohibition
r t ' NK H A L t i l k ) ; T o k
Northern M exico I- full o f wounded crater on Hill SO lie staggered out i
rich. They are mercilessly plying their
Inquiry Made Into Attitude of Those
R. L CHAPMAN
In Torreon eggs soil for l'-j pesos streets o f Torreon un i chihuahua ( tty moaning and told him to get ott hi* !
Pack and direct him toward the British I
chickens. 25 to 35 pesos each; are about 12."1**
In till* wuy both men reached
milk, a peso for half a liter; cigarettes
Funeral Directo »
safety, rhnmher*. tut tide to see. t ar- !
(as much an article o f food to u Mex
The German Savings Bank of lean as bread). 2Vi and 3 pesos for a
rylng on his back his wounded com '
W e elten d So all w ork groaaplly.
p inion, w ho could not walk
New York City, holding $92,754,- package o f ten. A silver | h -.- o I s worth
Della* ta d Falla Citjr, Or
He says that lie was dozing on the
189, belonging to 153,505 deposi about 13 cents In United States money Turns Her* For Her Supply ae Result tie [>erlati when the explosion o- eur
of Briti-h Cmbargo.
and a paper peso about 7 cents. Pra*
tors, announced that it h ad sent a
He felt his way to the deck and
The British embargo red
was put Into a boat. Then he was
demand to all banks and trust
on <oal U giving ihe <oj| operators of
! plunge,I into the water, and w hen he
Spain and other countries concern as j came to tbe snrfa< e he saw the ship
companies in which it keeps funds
to the source of future supply
In a In n moment aoroehodr began to pull |
for a statement of their attitude
report received at the department of , his heel nnd drag hint under He mut
toward the Anglo-French loan.
com m erce Consul Dawson, at Valin , lerrd to himself, he - it
"Good G od'
The statement reads:
cia. Spain. says that, while the mai T<> be dro-wned Just ns I am beginning !
“ The finance committee of the
deposits tn northern Spain will thp to seet'" Then he "kicked hard and.
year be called on for larger shipments freeing himself, swam lo a lifeboat
German Savings Bank of the City
Since hU arrival In tjueenston n he
the low value o f the product ts such
of New York, authorizes you to
that an outside supply must tie had. has been roaming about the city en
say that they are communicating
Railroads and manufn torle, rclv on joying hts sight
the imported coal, and o f late there
with all the banks and trust com
large Importations of |
panies who have any o f their
American gas coal for railroad use
money on deposit, asking them for
with good results.
Barah Bernhardt It On* of Walfar©
The quantity required for heating
their positive answer as to their
purposes among the people Is com
Nr»\v York Tho « barter o f th*> t'rlp
positon in reference to the pro
paratively limited, as the clim ate Is not i 1 pies' W elfare society, organize«! three i
posed loan to the allies and fui ther-
severe and min o charcoal Is used D a s ’ your** ago. wns
In fhe fountv i
more beg to say that in case of an
heating Is. however, becoming more : clerk's offtre here along with the Vee-
general, and therefore outside mat I s 1 tlflcateii o f e la tio n
Tho paper* thorn
unsatisfactory answer the deposit
npe^apary. p.efnre the war F.nclaed had * 1 thflt all the member* o f the hoartl !
will be immediately withdrawn.
this trade entirely to herself, but now ; i o f direotorv hit! < ich lost n lea e.tcept j
American coal is being Imported In C harles N od Dotigla* and l>r William .
W h atever! Sheldon Coons, t/ue of the rIre presl |
tains American coni may make in the dents 1* Mmr H irah Bernhardt, w ho |
WIDOW RECEIVES PENSION
Spanish market will In all probability recently lo«f a leg
he only temporary, as England ta k es: The object o f the 01 g mlg itlon 1* t»» .
nearly all the output o f many Indus procure employment for cripple* ole I
The State Industrial Accident
| vote their moral nnd physical m od i 1
tries in Spain
j Mon*. help them e;trn their living* tind j
Commission has made a settlement
I supply the needy with artificial limb».
in full for the death o f Oscar N.
Mr Douglas \ pre dent o f the so
Full by setting aside the sum of
Although not n nipple, he has
Sent to Widow of Soldier Killed at been bedridden for eighteen year*.
Photo by American Pres# Arm (atlon.
$7,038.18 which State Treasurer
is instructed to invest in school
TYPE OP MEXICAN BANDIT.
Cherry Pies Won Him.
bonds for the benefit o f the estate Ucally there Is no meat here, though disk worn by Ell .lohnsfon Ague, n ’ Vt. Louis — Tat. Juicy cherry pie«- |
of deceased. From this sum the the hotels occasionally are allotted a the battles before Petersburg, Va . In 1 made hr his Ktepinothor’s maid won j
the heart of .John I*. Brandt. -lr . son
Commission will pay monthly to little by tbe government.
Torreon alw ays bR3 a bread line. It the civil war, haa been sent fo the wtd | of Rev. Dr John L Brandt, i lend Ini: :
the widiRv the sum of $30.00 and Is a long, patient, black robed line of ow o f the soldier. Mrs Mattlde Ague | p.i t-»r o f St l.oulfi. the yotlfh h.ta nd i
o f Oil City, by Adjutant General Thom
to each of two children $6.00 a women with bowed beads. Ablebodied as J. Stewart after she had been search j Ynltfed Then he confessed he nnd the ,
men have cither been killed or wound
maid hid hern married secretly on
month until they reach the age of
ed In the fig h tin g'or are In conscript ed for for months
Officials o f the war department at ! March 2
16 years. The total amount to be service or in hiding So womeu and
Washington and o f the adjutant gen
paid out on this claim, if the wid children stand In the bread line In eral'a department here, members of
ow lives her full age o f expect front o f the panadería, or municipal regimental associations, officers ot
Grand Arm.' posts. Individuals a n d !
ancy, 35 years, 6 monies and 26
While the supply lasts each is given
newspapers participated In the effort [
.School opened Monday with an
days, would be $14,428.20. The a pittance o f corn r -a 1. sometimes a to find the widow.
When the supply Is
amount that set aside will be pro
The disk was dug up on the haltlp \ enrollment of twenty-one pupil*.
gone some turn aw ay to forage In the
vided by the interest on that sum. garbage cans o f more prosperous citl field o f Ced.ir mountain. Virginia, hy
Mr and Mr*. Neal will camp on
J. R. Leman, who took tt to Raleigh T
In addition the Commission paid zens. Others Just wait in tbe bread Green, editor o f tho Culpepper Expo tin* school ground* where Mr*.
line. Sometimes they faint before the
Neal will h*> near h> r school u o i k .
nent. It bore a device frequently seen
burial expenses of $100.00.
doors open; som etim es they drop dead,
Mi-* N e t tie Graham is attending I
Oscar N. Full was killed while and their bodies lie In the street
the name o f Ague, stating that he was
employed at the Eagle Creek Log There are several o f these panaderías, a member o f Company B, Tenth Penn school in Gaston, Ore.
and a line averages 250 persons all the
ging Camp of Chas. K. Spaulding time. Some buy bread Instead o f tak aylrania Reserves.
The < hildren and grandchildren
Logging Company in Polk County, Ing flour. A tiny loaf o f bread, hardly
10 CA 1 rtRIIGOIST PHASED
home l.i t Sunday, Sept. 26, in
larger than a roll, sells for 50 centavos.
September 6, 1915.
hono- of her birthday.
We are highly pleased with Ihe
At one of tbe larger panaderías tbe
The monthly payment of the crow d waited thirty-six hours. Then
Mr. and Mrs. Olcott, Charlie QUICK action of buckthorn hark,
widow and children are guaran gendarmes appeared and ordered the
l.acry, Loin and Mr. Fleece glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adlcr-i-
teed by the State and are not sub women to leave They did not refuse
at the lionm of Mr. ka. the appendiciti« preventative.
to disperse; they simply didn't go. The
ject to attachment by Court pro gendarmes repeated the order loudly
ami Mrs. \V. L. Barnhart.
ONE SPOONFUL relieves Hour stom
ceedings nor to assignments but i and Bred pistols tn the air. A torrent
Home of our people attended the ach, ga«. and constipation AT ONCE.
must be paid direct to the widow I o f Spanish broke out from the women.
Comity Sair last week and were1 M. L. Thompson, druggmt.
"Shoot u s!" they cried. "D eath must
herself which assures her means
well pleased with the display there
o f support for life. In case she com e Shoot us. but don't let us i-tarv*
death. T bo bullet Is more m erciful."
should remarry, ten monthly pay to Torreon
A family reunion was held si
Is f ill o f Villa troops, most
Parties who have been pastur
ments amounting to $300 would be ly elderly men or young boys. The
the home of \V. I,. Barnhart. ing stock on what is known as the
London. - T h e
fact that Private
aid her in a lump sum and the flower o f his army Is dead or disable*!,
Those present were: M L. Thnmp- “ Lombard" property will please
alance of the fund canceled ami principally dead The army o f today Chambers, a blinded Canadian soldier,
oii and family, Mi*. Newman, take notice that they are tress
transferred to the Genera! Fund, Is not well uniformed, spick and span,
and Mrs. C H. Travis, Mrs. passing. At no time has anyone
but the children would continue to as It was s year ago when Villa was
regained his eyesight as an ef
draw $6.00 a month each until, triumphant and his treasury was full sized,
Travis, Mr. and Mrs. Gen had permission from the owner to
feet o f the shock o f being pitched Into
pasture it or sublet it for pasture.
they reach the age of 16 years.
Bohle’s Barber Shops
G . L. H A W K I N S
NEWS AND COMMENT
SP A IN WANTS OUR COAL.
CRIPPLES FILE CHARTER.
CIVIL WAR DISK RETURNED.
EYESIGHT CAME BACK
AS DEATH DREW NEAR
Soldier, Blinded In War, Saved
From Ihe Hesperian
King, W. L. Barnhart and family.!
D. L Wood, Agent.