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    Rfttutday, July I, 1016
THE FALLS CITY NEWS
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Rubber Goods
We have a full line ef guar­
anteed hot water bottles and
fountain syringes of all sizes
and prices. If you need a
pood hot water bottle let us
show you one.
We have bought some new
rubber goods at a low price
and therefore our prices are
much lower this year. They
are guaranteed one and two
years.
THOM PSONS
DRUG STORE.
FERGUSON McPHERREN.
SHALL WE HAVE MUSIC
Mrs. A. H. Dodd is on the sick
Warren D. McPherren and
IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS
I list
Mattie C. Ferguson wen1 married
Born to Mr. and Mrs. O. Elle, a at Dallas Monday June 26, 1916, Editor of The News:
boy, last Saturday.
Rev. W. A. Marcy officiating.
At our annual school meeting
Our Entire Line of
Fred Holman, wife and daugh- Warren D. McPherren is the we voted down vocal music as a
son of C. K. McPherren of this branch of study in our schools^
LACE C U R T A I N S A T H A LF PRIOE
| ter were in the city Sunday.
j city and has been employed in The vote stood 68 against it to 56
Cherries for sale, 4 and 6c a lb. Selig's department store for near­
for it. Many of the votes against
This is the season of the year that every good
! W. M. Smith. T. M. Word ranch. ly two years. He is an exemplary
housewife indulges in house cleaning and old
it
were cast by people who have
young man.
curtains can be replaced with new oneB at
Mrs. Gus Elle returned home The bride is the daughter of no children in school, and we
small cost.
Monday from the Dallas hospital. Noah Ferguson also of this city finally believe that some of them |
The ladies of the M. E. Church and is a very estemiable young would have voted otherwise hud
! woman. The young couple have
will serve lunch at the park the the best wishes of their many they known the facts in the mat- j
ter.
Fourth.
! friends.
_____ _ _ _ _ _ _
1. Many teachers are being
Mr. McLean was injured the
turned down because they are not
first of the week by a log rolling SERVICES AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH able to teach music.
on his hand.
Rev. McConnell of Dallas will 2. The State Department of Ed-1
S. W. Wingo went to Dallas preach at the Christian church in neat ion has seen fit to make music
this city next Sunday afternoon at
Thursday to visit his wife who is 3:00
R. E. W illiams , M. L. T hompson . W. F. N ichols , K.G.W hite ,
o’clock. A cordial invitation ono of the branches in our exam­
President
Vice-President
Cashier Assistant Cashier
in the hospital.
is extended to all to come out and inations of teachers for certificates
Mrs. C. R. Cockran went to j worship.
to teach in our common schools.
Black Rock Thursday to visit her
3. I f music is one of the !
son, Ted Cockran.
CITY PARK GROUND CLEARED.
branches to be taught, why take!
F alls C itv , P olk C ounty . O regon
Fire Marshal Stevens and family
The city park underwent a it out? It will only keep us back, |
Does a General Banking Business. Interest Paid on Time
of Portland were visiting at the thorough cleaning Thursday of the as the state is sure to make the !
trash,
sticks
and
other
rubbish
Deposits.
Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
teaching of music obligatory.
home of J. D. Moyer.
that has collected since the last
Notary
Public officially connected with the Bank.
Sixty-nine acres of land in celebration. The work of clean­ Why delay? Is it fair to ask our
Michigan to trade for Falls Citv ing the ground was not a very boys and girls to be examined on
easy one, the ground was damp a subject not taught in our schools?
property. G. D. Treat.
and the refuse matter was wet Or is it fair to ask one to teach a
Fresh Bread,Cakes,Cookies, i ies, and didn’t burn very good. The
branch in a common school that
and other bakery goods, rvt rv day volunteer workers did the best
his
own common school does not
that they could and got the ground
•it the Falls City Bakery
very well cleared for the coming afford? Where is this knowledge
Mr. and Mrs. Dana McPherren celebration.
to come from? It must be obtain­
returned Thursday afternoon from
ed outside the school room. If
their honeymoon to Portland.
this matter is settled by the voters,
HORSE TRADERS IN TOWN.
Lillian and Francis Hatch of
“ Never bet on the other fellow’s then the State Department must
Ballston are spending several days game,” is an excellent rule to fol­ be at fault by asking for an ex­
Over-work, worry and
visiting their grandmother, Mrs. low, and never trade horses with amination on that (music) branch.
a horse-trader is another safe one Our School Boards have no right
the constant strain of a
Cobb.
! to observe. A band of horse
to
require
a
teacher
to
be
versed
Bring or send us vour watches, traders were in Falls City Tues­
business life are often
j-welry, etc,, for repairing; first- day and gathered in the usual in music as a qualification before
a cause of much trouble.
class work guaranteed; charges number of E-Z Marks. Wm. Lee, hiring him or her.
The whole affair is a contradic­
reasonable. W A. Per-*ey, Jeweler, poultry man was in town and
made two trades going home with tion of terms unless music is taught
Dr. Miles* Nervine
Falls Citv.
the same horse he started with.
in
our
schools.
As
a
small
tax­
Miss Rose Williams who has William is something of a magic­
is highly recommended
been nursing Mrs. George King, ian and is in the habit of giving payer I am inclined to be as eco
for all Nervous disor­
returned to her home at Salem sleight-of-hand performances for nomical as possible, do not like to
the amusement of his neighbors, see our school fall in the rear and
Thursday.
but the horse traders pulled one
ders. It is particularly
Miss Ellen Dorton of Surprise over him and William is long on not keep pace with the great
invaluable to business
NER VO US ATTACK S.
Valley, Cal., came Thursday to experience but short $12 in the march of progress.
"I su IT m - m I w ith n srv o u s a t ­
Would it not be well for us who
visit her sister, Mrs. Ted Cockran horse trade.
* and headnrhss. Than my
women. Regulate your tack
voted against music to reconsider
liv er g o t ou t of order «m l It
of Black Rock.
iFpmpd »« though m y wholo
bowels by using
syatrin « u
upset.
1 com ­
Mrs Sheppard of Salem visited the matter and when it comes to
Mrs. S. W. Wingo who under­ here
m enced usln k n r. Wiles' N e r v ­
our next election adopting our an­
Sunday.
ine
and
alao
took
Dr.
M iles
DR. M IL E S’
vent an operation at the Dallas
IJ v er rule and now I feel p e r ­
Fred Belcher of Portland was nual budget of expenses, to again
fe
c
tly
well
In
ev
ery
w
ay.
My
hospital last week for appendicitis in Falls City Tuesday.
b ow els a lso ara In fo o d ehape
vote on the music question.
LIVER
PILLS
is improving.
now."
_
Mr. a^d Mrs. J. C. Talbott
My friends, think the question
MRS. A UGUST A KKIHER .
IF F IR ST BO TTLE, OR BOX,
114» P ortland A t «.,
Rev. Marcy and family of Day- were in Dallas Monday.
over, view it from every side and
FAILB TO B E N E F IT YOU, YOUR
Roch«*t«r, K. T
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pye of then if you are satisfied to let it
ton were in the city Monday.
MONEY W ILL BE R EF U N D E D .
Rev. Marcy says that he is doing Portland returned home Sunday. remain as it is we are too, but
Mr. and Mrs. D. Courter and
well in his new field.
Orel visited in Salem Wednesday. until then or another vote is taken
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Oterbein of Mrs. I. G. Singleton has seen we with many others are not satis­
quotes the President’s last note to
Fruitland and H. A. Persey and confined to her beed this week fied, because we believe the
A GROWING ULCER.
family of Salem visited Sunday at with the lagrippe.
masses of the voters do not under­ One of the growing ulcers on Carranza as an indictment of him­
the W. A. Persey home.
Mrs. Nita Gilbert and King stand the matter in its true light. the body politic that ought to be self. What defense can there be
cut out in the next legislature is for a man who is compelled to ad­
Tetherow
attended the roundup
A TAXPAYER.
Mrs. Addie Montgomery went at Philomath
the padding of clerkship rolls.
last Friday.
mit that for three years such
to Salem Tuesday to see her sold­ Mrs. Nita Gilbert and daughter
The last three sessions of the crimes against Americans as he
ier boy, Archie, and son-in-law, Barbara left Wednesday morning
legislature spent, or rather mis­
ON READING OF PLATFORMS.
Alvin Cutler, off to the front. for Portland to visit friends.
spent $93,197.66 for the alleged deserilies have gone unpunished
We have waited patiently for services of clerks and stenograph­ by the United States? His own
They will go to San Diego, Calif.
Louis Roberts of Portland is
opportunity
to read the Republi­ ers.
statement is an admission of his
visiting his aunt, Mrs. I. G. Sing­
Frank DeWitt sustained a leton
can
platform,
hut
although
nearly
own
incompetence. Mr. Hughes
it is a notorious fact that many
until after the Fourth.
broken forefinger of his left hand
of
those
employed
are
incompe­
two
weeks
have
elapsed
since
its
drives
the sword of truth through
Mrs. C. L Hopkins and Donald
last Saturday morning while log­ Hodges went to Salem for the adoption, even the Oregonian has tent. many hold other jobs or at­ the words in which Mr. Wilson
ging. The trace chain of the log­ week-er.d and were guests of Mr failed to print it in full. —Dallas tend to their private business envelops his weakness and pierces
while on pay.
ging team broke and flew around and Mrs. W T. Grier.
Itemizer, June 22.
the most vulnerable point in his
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tetherow,1 The Oregonian would not for the The last three legislatuses hired
and struck his finger.
as follows: 143 at $26,872.21; 157 at armor.
and Fred Holman and family of
The work on the mill pond has Dallas attended the Pioneers Re­ world disappoint its Democratic $33,935.95; 186 at $32.m50, or for
Mr. Hughes has climbed boldly
contemporary in any reasonable
suspended on account of the rainy union at Portland last Thursday expectation, nor fail for any three sessions $93,197.66.
on the revised Progressive plat­
weather, the ground being too and Friday. They also visited the reason to take any opportunity to The Senate with half the num­ form. He declares his “deep sym­
muddy and boggy for the teams soldier boys at Clackamas.
enlighten its benighted mind on ber of members, and having not pathy” with its programme of
any topic of cui rent interest. It as much work as the House, gen­ social justice and with its purpose
to work. Several new wheel
hires nearly as many and
will agree that two weeks is too erally
scrapers were brought over from
BLACK RUCK ITEMS
to lay “a stable foundation for
pays
more
wages.
long a time for any reader to wait
Airlie and will be used in scrap­
for The Oregonian to print a Re­ Will this fraud on the taxpayers honorable enterprise.” He is ac-
A. G. Fisher is on the sick list. publican platform, or any other never cease? A Portland firm at claicned by the Progressive leader
ing out the old pond.
I
The young people had a fine platform. But why has our Dal­ the last session of the legislature as a foe of that invisible govern­
Will Murry, Hibbard, Miller, A.
friend waited? The Oregon­ offered to do all the work for about ment which provoked the Pro­
A. Wade, and G. D. Treat went time at the dance last Saturday las
ian
printed
in full the Republican one-fourth what the legislature gressive revolt He invites the
to McMinnville last Saturday night I night.
platform, in all its editions, June paid.
Mrs. Ross Chllcotte was visit­ 9, 1916, the day after adoption bv
to witness the ceremony of the
The candidate for Speaker who aid of their leader in the cam­
ing
with
friends
a
couple
of
days
will put this business where it be­ paign. These two redoubtable
the Chicago convention.
presentation of two 30-year jewels this week.
longs
and pay for work actually champions, representing the high­
The Oregonian also promptly
by the McMinnville lodge to two
Frank Vincent went to Salem gave the entire text of the elabo­ needed to be done deserves a est and noblest purpose of the re­
members who had been Odd Fel­ Wednesday to attend the funeral
united Republican party, will fight
rate Democratic platform on June medal.
lows for thirty years.
of his father-in-law.
16, 1916. It is The Oregonian’s We can hardly expect that lie- shoulder to shoulder to make the
Mrs. M. L. Thompson entertain­ Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Gibson has way to print the news, and all of cause very often the Speakership Nation strong against foes within
ed a few of the young people a big fine girl at their home. it, when it occurs. The Democra­ is bought and paid for with prom­ and foes without.
Whatever remains of the Pro­
tic platform was nearly twice the ises of clerkships to relatives of
Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Mother and babe doing fine.
members.—I. N. B.
gressive party wifi be composed of
length,
breadth
and
thickness
of
Wm.
Whyte
is
in
Portland
on
Helen Duck of Portland. The business this week. Mrs. Scott the Republican platform. Yet of
those who are no longer in sym­
evening was spent in games and is looking after the store in his course it was all there, in our col­
pathy with its leader and who are
HUGHES' TRUMPET CALL.
at heart Democrats or Socialists,
music. Those present: Lurena absence-
umns—every word of it. We hope
Mr. Hughes’ telogram to the rather than Republicans. They
Treat, Sybil Wilson, Veach, Eve­ Mr. and Mrs. Earhart have a our Democratic readers feel that
lyn Johnson, Hattie Newman, new boarder at their home, a 9- j they got their money’s worth. For Progressive National Committee is are so few that they will have
it is a most resounding document, itself just such a trumpet call as little influence on the result of the
Katie Barnhart, James Bohle, pound boy. Mother and babe I prepared after the most approved
he says Colonel Roosevelt .lias election; indeed, they are likely to
Albert Warren, Treval Powers, doing well.
model of platform mechanics.
sounded.
It is a summons to all be more than offset by the return
Mr. McFarlan. the S. P. Co.’s!
Eldon Frink, Claud Graham, Mrs.
of those Republicans who voted
Platform
making
is
not
a
dif­
traveling fireman was in town a
100 per cent Americans to “ mi ,ke for Mr. Wilson in 1912.
Duck, Hal and Mildred Thompson. day
ficult
art
for
a
Democratic
con­
or two this week looking
vention. But platform observance common cause in the interest of The firmness with which Mr.
over the engines.
is the hardest thing in the world National honor, of National sec: ur- Hughes grasps Colonel Roosevelt’s
FALLS UPON AX.
Mrs. W. C. Bullis has resigned for the Democratic party. After ity, of National efficiency.” I ;t is outstretched hand and the noble
Richard, Jr., son of Richard his position as brakeman on the November, 1916, that eloquent St. an earnest that, when Presid e nt, purpose in which they are united
Vandenbosh, Sr., fell onto an ax W. V. L. Co. train and has taken I/iuis pledge of the party’s waver­ Mr. Hughes willsubstitute “ pn jm pt insures that this is a Republican
Tuesday while cutting wood and a position with the Spaulding Co. ing faith and monument of the and decisive action” for Mr. W.il- year. The restored Republican
Miss Loleta West and one of party’s leading literary artisans
party must fight, and fight hard,
cut his left knee. The wound was
her chums of Falls City passed will doubtless take its place in the son’s “ weakness and incerti'uide. ” but the Democrats will be o n the
inflicted near the knee-cap and is through here on their way to scrapheap, along with the forgot­ A stunning blow is d ealt at defensive, occupying positions
quite serious and may result in a Spaulding’s camp where her ten and scorned platform of 1912. apologists for Mr. Wilson's Mex­ which they cannot maintain
stiff joint.
—Oregonian.
father is working.
ican policy in the paragra ph which ^ against a vigorous aggressive.
C LO SIN G O U T
J. C. TALBOTT
Bank of Falls City
Headquarters for Candy ..lid Cigar-
WEATHERLY CONFECTIONERY.
Candies, Tobacco« a rd Cigars, at
L. B. W ONDERLY’S
How’s This ?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re­
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure.
F . J . C H E N E Y & CO.. T oledo. O.
Y e , th e u n d e rsig n e d , h a v e k n o w n F . J,
C h e n ey fo r th e la s t 15 y e a rs, a n d believe
h im p e rfe c tly h o n o ra b le In a ll b u sin e ss
tr a n s a c tio n s a n d fln an ctally ab le to c a rry
o u t a n y o b lig a tio n s m ad e by h is firm .
N A T IO N A L B A N K O F COM M ERCE.
Toledo, O.
H a ll's C a ta r r h C u re is ta k e n In te rn a lly .
acU n g d ire c tly u p o n th e blood a n d m u ­
co u s su rfa c e s o f t h e sy stem . T e stim o n ia ls
s e n t free. P ric e 75 c e n ts p e r b o ttle . Sold
by all D ru g g ists.
Take Hall's Fam ily Pills for constipation.
Free Methodist Church
Sunday School. 10 A. M.
preaching 11 A. M.
Class Meeting 12 P. M.
Evening Service 7:30.
N. W e l t e r , Pastor.
M. E. Church
Sunday Services
Sunday School 10 A. M.
Morning Service 11 A. M.
Junior League 3:80 P. M.
Epwortb League 7 P. M.
Evening Service S P. M.
Week Day Services
Prayer Meeting Friday 7:30
Teachers Training Class, Friday 8
W. .J. W arren , Pastor.
Seventh Day Adventist Church
Sabbath School 10 A. M.
Preaching or Bible Study 11 A M
Young People« Meeting 3:30 P. M.
Local News Hems
r
The best show at the Gem tonight
Chester Ward was in Dallas
Saturday.
Mrs. Frank Ellis went to Black
Rock Thursday.
Walter L. Tooze, Jr., Lawyer,
Dallas, Oregon.
tf.
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Murphy
went to Salem Thursday.
Frank DeWitte made a business
trip to Monmouth Monday.
Mrs. I. G. Singleton visited her
mother in Monmouth Monday.
Fire Warden Wallace of Black
Rock waa in the city Thursday.
Mrs. Flo.v«:,' c 2
was visit­
ing friends in the city Wednesday.
Mrs. H. E. Starr and son Paul
are visiting in Philomath this
week.
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