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KALLS CITY OREGON. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, lfllß
BIRTH CONTROL SCORED LAST CHANCE
MATROX IS SUED
BY IM A LARSON REV. FATHER BLACK DENOUNCES
now mean much. Hurry!!! Get
busy today; tomorrow then will be
Subscription and merchant cou-
ADVOCATES OF FAD.
should be saved by every
YOUR EFF0RT8 WILL BE EVIOENCEO
Formar Inmata of Industrial Soliool
One coupon has often
Prisst Says Thera In No Word in Any
for Oírlo Wai.ts >000 Damages.
been the means of uwarding the
languaga Vilo Enough to Express
Ijeautiful piano. Above all things
Contampt for M ovement.
F IR S T C O U N T F E B . 1 2 th . H O W IS start today. The names o f the
Allogos Sho Wee Illegally Committed
T O U R C H AN C E? STA RT TH E V O T E contestants are as follows:
and M ljtro ato d at State Inatitution
“ The worst demon in the low
G ET TING TO D A Y .
and A s k i That M r s . Hopkins Be est depths o f hell is no more de-
The nominations made so far
Made to Pay.
picable than the clubwomen who
ure promoting this latest curse,
Saturday. Feb. 12th is the date Mrs. Grace Hulbert,
Charging that she was illegal birth control." Such was the set for the first count o f the News
“ Chas. Ryan
ly committed to the girls’ state compliment paid yesterday to the Popular Publisher’s and Merchants Miss I jo I h Bradley,
industrial school und was never new birth control movement by Piano contest. In view o f the
“ Loleta West,
given trial or hearing and that Father Black in the pulpit o f St. short time ill lowed for each candi
“ Mattie Ferguson,
she was severely punished in the Francis Roman Catholic Church. date it should not be necessary to
He styled it “ the latest curse reiterate the necessity o f every
institution. Ima Larson yester
“ Reta Bowman,
day filed suit in circuit court from hell” and an “ engine o f contestant putting forth her best
against -County Judge W. M. evil as low as the eugenics idea efforts in what is termed the
“ Nata Gilbert,
Bushey and E. M. Hopkir.s, ma which has spread i n t o our “ recognition” period o f the con Mrs. Blanch March,
* Miss Margaret Kimes,
tron o f the school, asking $5000 schools.“ He denounced in no test.
damages. The plaintiff is the uncertain terms, not only the
It is obvious that at no season
“ Mildred Chapin,
girl whose father sometime ago idea o f birth control, but also the o f the compaign will a little con Mrs. Lloyd Ellis,
applied to the state board o f con clubwomen who have taken up scientious work be more effective. Miss Syble Wilson,
trol for a parole for her, but on the subject and advocated its ap You owe it to your friends to
“ Velma Miller,
the recommendation o f Matron plication
“ try ” if not to yourself. It costs Mrs. Emma Elkins,
“ There was a time when the nothing but a little effort which
Hopkins the parole was not
Miss Retta Alderman,
press was the curse of shows your appreciation o f the op
granted. Later Mrs. Hopkins
“ Eva Chappell,
paroled the girl. Her parents the world. The literature o f that portunity and the courtesy and
“ Olive Deal.
time disrupted body and soul. friendly spirit manifested by those
live at Quinaby.
“ Margaret Dorman,
The plaintiff alleges that she Then comes the latest engine of who are watching your progress
“ Ruth Gottfreid,
was forcibly detained in the evil in the form o f eugenics in more than you imagine.
“ Eva Harris,
Bchool by bars and guards against our schools.
There are always some surprise-}
“ Ruth Montgomery,
"N o w comes the latest curse at the first count. Rumors ami
her will, and that she was told
“ Gladys Murphy,
that she had been committed by o f the d evil’s sowing, under the counter rumors are always in the
“ Georgeane Mix,
tHfe Marion county court. She guise o f birth control. The words air. but the wise candidate will
“ Clara Sampson,
alleges that she was told that she o f its-advccates have been print give these no consideration. The
“ Bertha Tice,
would be committed to the insti ed in our daily newspapers; Not main thing is to lav out a we'l de “ Lucile Tichenor,
tution for three years unless her only shall the woman o f the fu fined campaign. Don’t try to dc
“ Opal Wallace, Black Rock,
conduct was good. She alleges | ture rontiol the number o f chil it all in one day. The publisher Mrs. Geo. Nichols,
that Judge Bushey gave an order i dren she shall bear, but she shall will gladly give you necessary in
" . S . G. Price,
sending her to the school to pro select the father o f the child. structions, names o f subscribers
Remember to have your friends
The association formed to ad and new prospects. Armed with
tect Mrs. Hopkins.
the merchant coupons, be
The girl states that she was lb
these you know who you want to
will find the merchants
years old October 8, 11)16. She
see and see a number each day.
with us in
Haims that the court had no ju r - 1
Your success depends upon your
isdietjon over her and that she
was not represented or notified should be held.”
The interest is growing each
Falls City Mercantile Co.
o f the alleged commitment pro
day, the subscribers are picking
ceeding. Miss Larson charges
J. C. Talbott,
the ones they will support, there
that she was not allowed to re
M. L. Thompson,
fore, the first count is a critical
ceive visits from her parents or
W. A. Persey.
Polk County Toachers Moot at Falls period. A few thousand votes
invitations to visit them. She
City Saturday. February 5.
charged that she was compelled
to keep silence and not speak to
.The Folk County Teachers’ In
her associates for several consec
Nominating Blank, Popular Voting Contest. *
stitute was held at Falls City
Saturday, February 5th and was
In addition to the 15000 asked
well represented by teachers
she asks $50 special damages
from various parts o f the county.
which she claims she contracted
Twenty-three schools were rep
to pay attorneys who secured her
resented and a b o u t seventy
release from the school. Pogue
A d d ress.........................................................
teachers in attendance. The new
and Page are attorneys for the
county superintendent, W. I.
As a young lady worthy to become a candidate in your
Reynolds was present. Dr. D.
popular Voting Contest, I present this name with the distinct
W. DeBusk, o f the State Univer
understanding and agreement that the managers o f the paper
sity, J. B. Horner, o f the A g ri
GERMANS ENTER POLITICS
will not divulge my name.
cultural College and F. K. Wells
This does not obligate me in any way whatever.
Club Formed at Chehalis to Oppose assistant state superintendent
addressed the institute.
President Wilson and Roosevelt.
The Fails City High School had
Chehalis, Wash., Feb. 7.— To
do all that can legitimately be arranged and rendered an excel
done to defeat President Wilson lent program. J. B. Horner gave
and to head off the political am a lecture and magic lantern ex
bitions o f Theodore Roosevelt hibition at night. His subject
again to be nominated for Pres was, “ Jerusalem to Jerico.”
ident o f the United States, local t Schools represented were: In
25 V O TE COUPON ’
Germans, at a largely attended dependence, Monmouth, Ballston,
meeting here yesterday, organ Dallas, Lewisville, Brush College.
Send this vote to The Falls City News office within fifteen
ized the German-Ameriean Re Polk Station, Salt Creek, Buena
days from date and it will count twenty-five votes. No money
Vista, Orchards, Hopville, Oak
publican Club o f Lewis County.
required with this coupon.
A t a later meeting resolutions Point, Harmony, Lincoln, Fir
will be adopted, a publicity com Grove, Greenwood, Black Rock,
mittee and other committees North Dallas, Mountain View,
named, and active work started. Oakhurst. Orchard View, Rick-
Dated January 29. 1916.
Officers elected are as follows: reall and Falls City.
NOT GOOD AF TE R FE B R U AR Y 12, 1916.
Robert Fechtner, president: John
TEACHERS 1 INSTITUTE
Lindner, vice-president; T. M
MISS BUSCH TO WED
Reidle, secretary; John Sieg-
St. Louis, Feb. 8.— Formal an
nouncement was made here to
night o f the engagement o f Miss
FIVE, TEN OR TWENTY YEAR
Clara Busch, granddaughter o f
the late Adolphus Busch, and
Percy Orthwein, an artist o f this
In order that there may be no
VOTES C LIP P ED FROM T H E NEWS MUST B E
city. Miss Busch is the second
misunderstanding in regard to
daughter o f August A. Busch,
five, ten, and twenty year sub
V O TED B E F O R E 8:00 O’ CLOCK TON IG H T.
who inherited the bulk o f the es
scriptions, we will state that the
tate o f his father, Adolphus
paper must be sent to one person
grower, was marooned in the top a row boat, but it capsized and
for that period. Do not imagine Busch, multi-millionaire brewer.
o f a cherry tree in his yard for threw him into the water.
that you Can bring in $6.00, $10.00
or $20.00, get 5000, 12,500 or 30.- TAKES TO A TREE FOR SAFETY two hours Tuesday until assist
His w ife hearing his cries for
ance could be procured from in
000 votes and then send the paper
help telephoned to Innependence
H e attempted to
Independence, Ore. Feb. 9.— dependence.
one year to five, ten or twenty
for the launch and rescuing party
Thomas Fennel, a wealthy hop- go from his house to his barn in
Last Day of Free Coupons
Change of Policy
Goes in effect on the 15 th
Will quote you a list of revised prices in
next issue of paper.
On the 15th we will begin issuing cash
register coupons which you will do well to
save as they will represent more in actual
value than trading stamps.
Selig’s Cash Price Store,
‘ ‘ Meeting and Beating Competition” .
Heart to Heart Talks About Advertising.
By Roy B. Simpson.
( Copyrighted. )
This talk is directed to men and women who have “ the
commercial instinct” —who can make some one think better
than any one else—and who are ambitious to have a business
o f their own.
There are scores o f men and women In this city—raanv of
them wage earners—who ought to be their own boss. Lying
dormant in their brain are ideas, which,, if commercialized
would make them wealthy.
What others have done you can do through ambition, de
termination and advertising.
“ Mary Elizabeth." o f Rochester, was a working girl who
made delicious chocolate creams. She sold a few pounds and
was so encouraged that she got the advertising manager o f a
local newspaper help prepare some advertising. Within a few
months every lover o f good candy in Rochester was eating
Mary Elizabeth’s chocolates.
This was five years ago. “ Mary Elizabeth” is now a
wealthy business woman employing several hundred people.
Her chocolates are known from ocean to ocean.
Mennen was a barber, but he thought everybody ought to
use his talcum powder. From a small start with advertising
in his local newspapers an enormous business was created
Mennen left an estate worth over a million dollars.
A young man in Scranton secured the formule for a toilet
cream o f superior merit. He started with less than $100 and
in fifteen mqnths had built up a business requiring a working
capital o f $300,000.
Another young man had his mother teach him to make real
home-made bread. He began by making bread in his own
kitchen and advertising in a small way in the daily news
papers. Within two years he has become one o f Philadelphia’s
Hundreds o f similar stories o f a big business from a small
start can be told. Nearly every successful enterprise had a
humble beginning. Continuous advertising made them grow.
I f you can make a loaf o f bread, better pies or other eat
ables. better children’s aprons, rompers or other articles o f
wear or use, come out into the open and let everybody enjoy
the benefit o f your genius. Commercialize your talents.
It is a part o f the business of this newspaper to make
business for others. The advertising manager will assist you
in drawing up a plan and writing your ads without charge or
Make a start NO W .—Get a good plan and stick to it- a d -
vertise continuously and consistently and you will soon be at
the head o f a business you will be proud to own.
( Continued next Saturday. )