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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY 0Y TALL* CITY
H J. Griffin. Mayor.
R M. Wonderly. Councilman at large
H. C. Brown.
C. i. Bradley.
I. G. Singleton.
C. L Hopkins,
R A Titus.
C E McPherreu. Auditor and Police Judg
Walter L. Toore Jr.. City Attorney.
Pat Murphy. Marshal and Water 8upt.
M. L Thompson. Treasurer
Dr. r M Hellwarth. Health Officer.
Sa m p le R o a m s
Beat A cco m m o d a tio n ;
K. D ro s o s , P ro p rie to r
AC T Q U IC K L Y !
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S a t u r d a y . O c t o b e r 30. 1915
NEWS AND COMMENT
PROTECTION THAT PROTECTS
T h in k f lf If ^ou can Re* ^ efe l°ur Magazine* for
lilt U l II, If you Subscribe to onr pap. r for one year.
W e hare «ample copies of these m.ig.uinci on display at our oi e. Call and
tee them T hey v e printed on b»>k paper with illustrated cover«, and »re full of
clean, interesting stones and instructive art; Us on K. iorv. S' tnce, A rt, Music,
Fashion, Fancy Needlework, General Farming, Live Stock and Poultry.
Tariff, tariff re-vision and no
tariff are questions over which
the Republicans and Democrats
have “ fought bled and died’ ’ ovei
* ^ ==== Ths Magazines Will Stop Promptly. When Tim« is Up
ev^ry campaign year and yet all
fall short o f the real needs o f the
American people. The protection
ist will eloquently appeal for a
protective tariff to enable Am eri
can manufacturers to compete
with foreign goods that American
laborers my find employment.!
Very patriotic and worthy of
consideration; but let’s dig a little
at There are many reasons to offer
Card of Thanks
deeper into the tariff question and ¡t: there should be no question
it to o u r - for so doing, one very important i ...
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We wish to thank the many
place one on cheap foreign labor *11 that we should tell ii io out |
h a s one is that the more important lrl. n,,B aIul neighhof(l who kllld'
for the qrotection o f the American ¿elves. And when a
,L^m* 1' ,,,n ’
' " ! lt>. !y abutted tt- during tin* aickne-*
(?) learned to tell the truth to hitnselI *-* !!
strict immigration laws, thousands t h e p r o b le m of telling it to olhm- " tl
V an' t(V' Lj
* h,!i,i » " d death of our darling Dorothy,
other sections that have held
o f ignorant and vicious foreigners becomes comparatively easy. The
also for the floral offering«.
aloof would co-operate with Falls
invade our shores. To protect the whole fabric of American society
M r itiid Mrs. C. W. Davi* ami
City in making the fair a success.
manufacturers and not'abor is to rests on the assumption that \\ e
(a n il V.
It too often happens that county
promote strikes, lockouts and in are K°'n& ^ ^onest *n our doa*'
towns imagine that they are
the end result in war.
the high-cockalorum and expect
Col. Hoffer through his Indus
other towns in the county to THIRTEEN ÉXPLAINS DEFEAT!
trial News Bureau is trying to
make obeisance to them. We
incite sentiment against the work
It always affords us pleasure to hope that such a condition o f a f Unlucky Number W ee Also Aided by
K illing Black Cat.
of the Industrial Commission and know that we have been the
fairs will not obtain in Polk
C alifornia, Ta. — T . J. Underwood,
industriously peddles any criticism , means of cheering hearts in gloom
com ptroller o f W ashington county,
ascribes to ‘•thirteen*" hi* defent a*
he is able to pick up. He quotes and scattering a little sunshine in
candidate fo r sheriff at the primaries.
the Albany Democrat; There is a the path of those who grop“ in
In the first place his name. Tom J.
The University o f Oregon at
pretty general agreement that the darkness_hence the exuberance
1 .1 8
$500.000 spent by the Industrial
Relations Commission in its study
o f the labor question has been
wasted.” This agreement seems
to be withe the capitalistic press
and its minons, only. The Com-
mission made the fatal mistake of
finding that the miners of Colora-
do were underpaid and that the
Rockefellers were indirectly re-
sponsible for the riots and the
slaughter o f innocent women and
children. Had their report been
the reverse, doubtless the Colonel
would have chanted their praise
and indulged in a “ breakdown.”
We need a protective tariff that
will protect American homes.
jfa U ô d itt> l3otcl
tour Ordir Before You Forget II S » . i s
of joy expressed by the Polk Coun-1 Eu« ene has suspended basketball
ty Observer over a little news item as an intercollegiate sport and
in iast week’s News to the effect ! a , s o the Pre-season training camp
that surveyors were setting grade for footba11 me" >s ord* red, dls'
stakes on the extension o f the log- continued, baseball may bo played
■ road to the Siletz timberf from 4:00 p. m. to 650 p m. It
does our heart good The Obser- actually looks now as if the poor
ver savs that we had scoffed at fellows would have a little time to
jts .W s storyu o f the extension studv such inconsequential th.ngs
o f the road and the prospect o f . a s ‘rithmetic. ‘g'o grafy.’ history
the miU resuining operations, but and « « mmar.______
finally the News had discovered
Germany in defending her ac-
the tacts in the case and fí¡ven tion in executing Mis 3 Kdith Cav-
them the publicity they deserved. jeu for assisting in the escape of
Underwood, contains thirteen letter*.
T h e license number o f hla yello w cam
paign car was 113. On Friday, Aug
13. while ridin g In hla ear with an
other cnndldute now numbered nmong
the also ran*, he ran over and killed a
black cat. T h e number o f signers on
Mr. U nderwood's petition w as 113.
Cools H it Feet, L o t o s Job.
Bakersfield, Cal.—Traffic Officer I’ ln
nell stood at the post o f duty at a prln
rlpal street crossing w ith bta feet plant
ed on a 300 pound cake o f Ice and
•vntched the perspiring populace go by
Many persons laughed. But the chief
o f police consulted file city manager,
and the m anager conferred with sev
oral councllmen. and none o f them
even smiled. T h e y discharged IMnnell
for conduct unbecdmlng an officer and
reflecting on the clim ate o f Bakersfield.
Now if our optimistic friend Cates p'rench and Belgium prisoners
will re-read the offending article ¡ say3 that the rules o f war are
he will, perhaps, discover that immutable and know not sex; that
Is 107; She W ants to Vote.
• ■lens Falls. X. Y.—“ O f course. I
there was no allusion made to the those convicted knew full well the
said road, neither was there any consequences o f their acts.
The haven't many yean, to live, but m.v one
nmhitli'M I* to live long enough to east
Study the Evidence
sarcasm hurled at the report of safety of the entire German army a vote. nn«1 I think 1 w ill.” These were
The American people must ac- the mill resuming operations in depended upon the rigid enforce file w olds o f Mrs. M ary Sage. 107 year*
old. o f 1'arrow svllle. a small hamlet
quire the habit of looking into the the near future, (the people here ment of such rules.
near here, ns shp signed the yellow
evidence,” said President Arthur have never doubted that). The
slip Indorsing woman suffrage
T. Hadley in his matriculation ser- funny part of its “ news story”
Petitions are being circulated Sage Is the oldest woman in northern
mon at Woolsey hall.
was the hiliarity the citizens of in Arizona for the recall o f Gov N ew York.
“ We must stop buying the news- Falls City were supposed to be in ernor Hunt. Among other high
Beware of Ointment» for
paper that tells what we wish was over the prospects. They were crimes and misdemeanors that his
That Contain Mercury
true and buy the one that tells pictured to be in about the same highness is accused of is, taking
as meroury will surely destroy the sense
what really is. We must refuse condition, mentally as some o f the sides with striking miners. To a o f smell and completely
whole system when entering tt through
to repeat unproved gossip or scan- Dallas “ drys” are reported to be certain class, to espouse the cause the mucous surfaces. Such article* should
never be used except on prescriptions
dal because we like it. This will in after a visit to some o f the of labor is synonymous with treas from reputable physicians, as the damage
they will do ta ten fold to the good you
soon grow into the habit of not thirst emporiums at Independence.
can possibly derive from them. H all’s
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
liking it. We shall learn to h a t e --------------------- -
The Oregonian in an editorial Cheney * Co., Toledo, O., contains no
mercury, and ts taken Internally, acting
the unconscious lie as well as the
As there ha9 been mudi dissat- says: “ The poor man is quite as directly
upon the blood and mucous sur
the system. In buying Hall's
i n t e n t i o n a l one. There may ¡»faction over the manner in arbitrary on occasions as his more Catarrh of Cure
be sure you get the genu
ine It Is taken Internally and made In
sometimes be a question whether I which the County Fair was man-
Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney A Co. Tes
shouldn’t he be? Does wealth give
we should tell the truth to others aged at Dallas this fall, why not a privilege that the poor must timonials
Bold by Druggists. Price 75c per botU«.
Take Bali’s FamU/ Pills tor constipation.
who cannot see it or understand move it to Falls City next year. forego?
Bohie’s Barber Shops
F alla C ity, O r e g o n '
tthm )ou « a |et « Shm. Nsir Cal. I*th
or ‘ Milne
A(cnl (or Otlloi Slum Lnundry
Hundios lurwarile.l iu v » U ) evening
G. L. H A W K I N S
M A R BLE
G R A N IT E
R. L CHAPMAN
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