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DIRECTORY OT TALCS C IT Y
H S O r lS s . M ayot
R M. Wonderly Councilman at Lars*
H. C. Brown.
C. 1. Bradlay.
I. O. Slnf laton.
C. I Hopkins.
F A. Titus.
C. E. MeFherren. Auditor and ro lli-* Jud*
Walter L . T ooj* Jr.. City Attorney
Put Murphy. Marshal and Water Supt.
M. L Thompson. Treasurer
Ur. F. M. Hellwartb, Health Officer.
The New York Tribune has been
depicting in cartoon American his
tory as it would be if interpreted
in terms o f present-day currency
in politics. The first cartoon rep
resented George Washington re
fusing command o f the Continen
tal army because* he was "too
proud to fight"; and other subjects
are; Patrick Henry delivering his
ramous speech: "(.live me liberty
or give me ‘strict accountability"';
Benjamin Franklin i n f o r m i n g
George III that the Declaration of
Independence was for home con.
sumption only. Cenerai Grant writ-
ing his memorable dispatch; " I in
tend to talk it out on this line if it
takes all summer".
REPUBLICAN LEADERS ELA TED
Illinoisans say Figures Presag Another
Victory Rent Year.
WAR TO HEIR LUMBER
E D W A R D F T R I F S S E I S R EC O R D DE
M AND FROM EUROPE.
Proteatiya T » n M factored lo Bn Need
to Save America From Flood ol
Eugene. Or., Nov. 8. An abnor
mal prosperity for the I"uriñe
Northwest, through a European
demand for lumber, was predict
ed as an event o f the near future
by Edward F. Trefs. of Washing
ton. D. C.. National field secretary
of the United States Chamber of
Commerce. He spoke last night
at a banquet held by the Eugene
Commercial Club, which subse
quently resolved itself into mem
bership in the National organiza
tion. Mr. Trefs was made an
honorary member o f the Eugene
Despite his predictions o f pros
perity for the lumber market, Mr.
Trefs declared that this country
faces severe problems in world
marketing after the war. The
Nation, he said, must have a pro
" A protective tariff may not
alone solve our problems,” said
the speaker, but if we let into this
country the goods that Enrol**
will send us at the close of the
war, we will ruin the manufac
turers o f this country.
"On the lumber industry de-
depends our salvation. Europe
has not the lumber to supply her
demands. She must look to Am er
ica and to the Northwest to supply
this abnormal demand. The sit
uation is a serious one and requires
organisation and concerted efforts
on the part of the business men to
The city council met in regular
session Monday night with Mayor
G r i ill n . Auditor McPherran,
Councilmen Wonderly, Brown.
Titus, Bradley. Hopkins a n d
Singh ton being present.
The regular business whs trans
acted. The electric light bill was
cut from $S5 to $11 on account o f
The report of Engineer Sam
mons in regard to the water sup
ply o f Teal creek was accepted
and he was ordered to send blue
print and application tor water
right to the State Engineer at
Salem. It is intended to push
the work right along.
Resolutions authorizing the col
lection o f all delinquent street
assessments was adopted arrd it
is to be presumed that, after
years o f waiting, in some cases,
that these collections w ill be at
The council adjourned to meet
Monday night. November 15.
p r o fc M to n a l C a r t«
i’ ll v a i n
F. M. HELLWARTH
PHYSICIAN AND SURGKON
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CHICAGO. Nov. a Republi
cans cornered all the comfort from
Tha Council meets in regular »cation on the dr»t the elections in the East yester
end third Tuesday nights ol each month, at 7 30 day.
Local leaders were o f one
F a lla C ity , O ra n o « )
o'clock. In th* office o l the T ell* City Sews.
M A R K E T R EP O R T
mind in their diagnosis o f the re
Bher* yea (« a gel o Shite, flair (at.
PORTLAND UNION STOCK YARDS CO.
sult—that it means a return of
S a t u r d a y . N ovember 6. 1915
Atcal (or Dolili Suoni Lowidry
Republican rule next year.
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NEWS AND COMMENT
"T h e elections yesterday indi
cate a return o f the power o f the
small run w ith steady prices
Republican party in the Nation
Usurious Southern Banks
market in the cattle
and State." was the terse com
Mr. Harding o f Alabama. Dem
division: steers went fast at 6.60
G . L. H A W K I N S
ment o f Charles S. Deneen, Ex-
ocratic member of the Federal
to 6.75 for best grades; cows sold 1
M A R B L E A N O G R A N IT E
Reserve Board, seeks to justify
at 5.25 with heifers going at 5.25
"T h e results show the people
M O N U M E N T S
the sending o f thirty millions of
D a lla s , O re g o n
have awakened to the evil of
Government money to the South
Democratic tariff tinkering and
on the ground that Southern banks
The largest run o f the season I
the bungling o f other economic
r t ’ N K K A I. M RK CTO K
have been charging extortionate
(over 6300 head being counted |
laws.” said Roy O. West. Republi
interest to the cotton planters.
in) with a f- t ake,' market con
can National comitteeman from
R. L C H A P M A N
“ Girard” o f the Philadelphia "Pub
stituted the day’s business. Buy
Illinois. " I t shows the people un-
lic L edger" thus pungentlv com
ers were very slow to take hold
Funeral Directo »
stand that the revival in business
hut finally fot together and hogs
= iiu 3 ui, w,c ^.uv-uv^e,.
conditions, whatever they may
W « a tt e n d I « » I I w o r k p r o m p t l f .
Does it square with rigid mor-
. . . .
began to move rapidly at 6.75 for
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- * amoujit
to. is due
e to exports aris-
DalU» »ad Falb O ff. Or
als and sound economies to do this
tops. Bulk at 6.60 to 6.65 with
... . .
ing from the European war and to
thing: Lend a man $10 so that he
the winter months coming on the
will temporarily stop robbing unusua'ly K°°d crops. Altogether.
hog runs are expected to be larg
the outlook is promising for Repub
somebody else? Is that a good
er than usual.
licanism in the 1916 election."
way to prevent theft? Is it a
Mayor Thompson was pleased
Not enough sheep came for
with the election figures. ‘ ‘ Every
“ Well, out in Arkansas a nation
ward to make a market, 240
deduction from yesterday’s elec
hereby given by the
al bank has charged 120 per cent
being the total number received;
tions points the Republican way undersigned taxpayers of Road
interest on a loan—$120 for the
for next year,” said the mayor. District Number 21, in the County prime lambs are bringing 7.35,
mere use of $100 for one year.
ewes 5.50 and yearlings 6.00.
"T h e old party is coming back o f Polk, State of Oregon, who are
Another bank made its customer
to its own, and its coming back more than ten pet* cent, o f the tax
pay $50 and another $60 for the
IU S T THE R IG H T P R E S E N T
strongly. As far as the defeat of payers o f said District, that a
use of $100 for a year.
Don’t take chances in the mat
suffrage goes, the women will meeting o f the resident taxpayers
“ In Alabama five banks collect
o f Christmas presents. You
keep on fighting for it.”
o f said Road District will be held
ed an average of 26 per cent, and
"There is a reunited Rapublican on Saturday, the 27th day o f Nov don’t want yours, like so many
in Georgia 11 banks had a rate of
party in the Nation now, and we ember, in the year 1915, at the others, to lie received with indif
».S fr h .-
will carry Illinois by 200,000 next hour o f 2 o’clock, P. M., o f said ference or worse, and ten days |
Under this pawnbroker system . M_____„ TOi/1 V A „ rm rA
Novem ber," said Edward
J day, at th*1 Public School House in after Christmas to lie cast aside
of banking, how would you like to
Brundage, Cook County manager School District No. 60 lOakhurst: and forgotten.
be a cotton farmer? About as
You take no such chance in giv
for Senator Sherman’s Presiden in said Road District for the pur
well, I fancy, as to meet a Jesse
tial nomination campaign. "Th e pose o f voting on the question of ing The Youth’s Companion for a ;
James in a lonely spot with your
Progressives are back in the Re whether or not an additional tax year.
pay envelope in your pocket.
Did you ever know o f a home
publican party and that means sha'l be levied by the resident tax
"B ut the queer thing to which I
everything will be Republican next payers o f said district on all the in which it came amiss, or of one,
invite your attention is that these
year. When I say we shall carry taxible property in said district in which it was not conspicuous
are Uncle Sam’s banks. They are
Illinois by 200,000 I know whereof for road purposes, under the pro I ori the library table or in some
chartered, regulated, inspected
I speak. The forecast is based on visions o f Section 6321 of Lord’s o n e ’s bands all through the year?
and generally controlled by him.
It is worth while to make a gift
reports received from practically Oregon Laws as amended by
"Then why does he permit peo
all o f the 25 Congressional districts Chapter 316, General Laws of o f that sort, and it is worth while
ple to be robbed to the extent of
in the state.”
Oregon, 1913. At said meeting to receive it, to, for The Compan
120 per cent interest?
Republican leaders insist the the resident taxpayers o f said ion illustrates the best traits in
"Bless your soul, he has now
election result will start the pol district will by a majority vote of American life in its stories and
found a way to stop it—he is go
itical ball rolling in Illinois sooner ! such taxpayers levy such addit i sketches, upholds the best stand
ing to take $30,000,000 of your
than the leaders expected to git in ional tax (if any! as they may ards in its articels and other con
money and mine, put it in these
deem advisable to improve the tributions, and combines the prac
Captain Kidd depositories, with
tical and informing with the en
roads of said district.
the injunction that it must be
Witness our hands thi.-> 1th day tertaining and blood-stirring.
loaned for not more than 6 per
Recent elections in some o f the
I f you dontknow The Compan
cent! And that is why I a3k you: eastern states is not very reasur- of November, 1915.
a it is to-day, let us send you
Names: Barney Phillips, Mrs. K.
Is it right to lend a man $10 in ing to the Wilson administration,
or two current issues free,
Mack, Cha8. Hartung, H. Hardt,
order to prevent his picking your
"oil may throughly test the
A man should abide the law. M. L. Thompson, Thos. Valentine,
quality. We will send
" ‘Why in Sam Hill,' you in- not through fear o f punishment, J. M. Valentine, Mrs. Anna Mehr-
also the Forecast for 1916.
quire, 'does the Government per- hut because he desires to be a
Every new subscriber who
Van Denbosh, Geo. M. Tice, Ella
mit a national bank to charge f?ood citizen,
sends $2.00 for the fifty-two week
from 60 to 120 per cent interest?’
" I ’ll tell you why, if you will
W hatwould b e c ^ e o f Portland C. L. * Hopkins, J. Lowe, W. A. ly issues of 1916 will receive free
c . ...
should the towns o f the William- Persey, G. Fry, F. Droege, E. R. all the issues for the rest of 1915
No objections to Our Cigars
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and The Companion Home Calen
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Albert Teal. E. E. Lee, F. M. Hell- dar for 1916.
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“ Buthow long will that $30,000,- sive party is a matter o f history, I Hudson, John Wagner.
000 o f free money keep these and the trend o f public opinion is
and the News one year lor
Date o f first publication Novem-
avaricious Southern banks from indubitably away from the Demo-
1 ber 6th, 1915.
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