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THE TALLS CITY NEWS
HE KEPT US OUT
OF WHAT WAR?
Rutiliti*y, Hapten* her ¿3, 101ft
Aw ful funny when the other
PUBLIC SCH00S OVERLOADED
fellow has to pick his hops over,
There is a disposition to reduce
1 b the distance the balance but—!
taxation and levies are falling off
wheel o f your watch travels year
Joseph Mickalson has returned in all departments o f government
ly. Don’t you believe it needs from his peach orchard near but school taxes are growing.
examination and oiling at least Salem.
Adding commercial colleges,
C h e a p e s t a n d B e s t L in e
once in that time? Then bring
teaching journalism, and adding Disingenuous to Boast That It’s
Dallas is now enforcing the ord
B l u e E n a m e l e d W a r e E v e r D i s p l a y e d In
it to us.
law courses in high schools arc
Through Any Act of Wilson
inances regulating to automobile
samples o f overloading the pu-
P E R S E Y , T h e Je w e l e r, traffic.
We Are Out of the Euro
A town o f two or
Falls City, Oregon.
Lloyd Miller will begin teaching three thousand only needs two
S E E O UR W IN D O W D ISP L A Y
at the Salt Creek school next Mon journalists, but needs a dozen
day, Sept. 20.
t barbers. Why not put in a school
RATHER SHOULD BE BLAM ED
! o f tonsorial art?
The blacksmith crew at the mill
FOR MEXICO BELLIGERENCY
Why state schools should teach
DR. W. L. Holloway
companys shop began work Fri journalism any more than forty
other occupations is not readily
P ill be at Fells City Hotel
During the Present Administration Wa
MONDAY WEDNESDAY and FRID AY
The statement o f the Falls City explained, but it sends up the Hava Seised a Mesicen Port and
taxes. It costs more to educate
Afternoons of K*ch Week.
Sant Our Entira Arm y and Militia
bank shows some improvement in high school students in some o f
ta Fight Mexicans Wh ile Armad
the financial situation.
these expanded high schools than
Maxican Forcaa Hava Invadad A m e r
R. K. W i l l i a m s , M. L . T h o m p s o n , W. F. N ichols ,
R. G. W h i t e ,
Chas. Cochran and w ife and it does to send students to col
ican Soil and Fought Battlaa Against
Cashier Assistant Cashier
lege. The public schools are
Harley K err left Monday for the overloaded with fads, and should
T o o th
N a ir
Sometimes you lionr turn, sensible
C lo t h e s
N a il
Fresh Bread, Cakes.Cookies.Pies that which naturally belongs to men, too, say, “ I'm going to vole for
a liberal high school education, Wilson ftils yeur briauae lie kept u*
F a l l s C i t y , P o l k C o p n t y . O k i u o . x
S h a v in g
and other bakery goods, every day and should anyone desire to out o f war.*’
at the Falls City Bakery.
Auk aurh turn u abort i|iie«tton. Aak \
specialize, let them do so at their
Does h General Bunking Business.
Interest Paid on Time
own, rather than the public ex them. ’’Out of what w a r? '
Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
The most o f the hop pickers have pense. There are too many in
Did Mr Wilson keep ua out o f the
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
returned and the town has re competent lawyers, doctors, jour European war? No. He hna himself I
tu a formal athlreHS to t’oiiKreaa apoken
nalists. bookkeepers and stenog of the European w ar aa "a w ar with |
sumed its normal appearance.
For every purpose; all sizes
raphers w i t h o u t multiplying
we have nothing to do. a war
Mrs I. G. Singleton returned them in high schools.— Industrial whleh
and shapes; in all finishes
A house on the old Warren
whoae eauaea do not touoh ua.” IIow |
last Sunday from the threshing Review.
could Mr. Wilson keep ua out o f a war
Frink place at Bridgcixiit caught
solid backs; bristles that
lire Wednesday afternoon and was
fields in the valley where she had
I f the public and the rising with which we have nothin* to do and
won’ t come out—and all at
whoae causes do not touch ua?
burned to the ground. Onlv a
the fairest price.
Did he keep the rest of the western
! few o f the household articles were
why not employ a competent hemisphere out o f the European war?
James Bohle left Friday morn phrenologist for each county or
; saved by the family living in it.
No Independent nation on thin aide of
The origin ot the fire is unknown.
ing for the Siletz where he will such territory as he might be the world la Involved In It: the only
take up his duties o f teaching at able to handle, andd test each people tu It are the colonies of Euro Wives of Wilson Supporters Will
Carl Pugh was injured Monday
child for their natural ablitiy and pean powers and they had no voice In
the upper farm.
night by fullirijr onto a stick while
fitness for certain avocations. In
Take Stump For Gov
D R U G STORE.
playing with a home-made auto
at w ar when their mother government*
Chas. Hinshaw and wife. Mrs. this manner weak points could went to war. W ho kept Arircntlna.
mobile. A very serious wound
Z. Hinshaw and Mrs. F. A. Crow be corrected and they could be Brazil. Chile, Peru, out of the Euro
was made on the abdomen, tear-
educated along lines best suited
! ing open the fiesh, making it
ley o f McMinnville were guests o f and many failures in life and pean war? Did Mr. Wtlaon?
Did Mr. Wilson keep us out o f w ar
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hinshaw Thurs subsequent suffering be avoided. with Mexico? No. In hla terra more DIVERTING CAMPAIGN PHASE. : necessary to take twelve stitches
I to dosi* the wound.
Americans have lieen killed by Mexl
Among those who attended the
The Democrats concede 60 per cans and more American property baa
LOST —Between Hosington Hop
been destroyed by Mexicans than by
Families arc being ill ¡County fair at Dallas this week
yard and Falls City, one pair of cent o f the Bull Moose have re Spaniards during the whole Spanish vltled by tbe present political Issues | were: Dr. and Mrs. Hellwarth,
In hla term we huvo seized a Here are a few example»: .1. A. II. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tetherow, M.
black folding bed springs. Finder turned to the Republican party.
Mexican port and have sent our entire Hopkins of N ew Jersey lx treasurer of L Thompson and family. Frank
will please notify I. G. Singleton
regular army and militia to tight M exi
the Progressive (genuine) national com Hubbard and wife, C. A. Hubbard
One Good Turn Deserves Another cans. In hts term Mexican armed mittee aud hnx announced that he per unii wife, Warren Frink and
and receive reward.
force* have Invaded American soil and
Miss Martha Vothe who has
President Wilson has establish fought battles against our people with sonally favors the re-election of W ll family. Mrs. Gilbert. J. C. Talbott
son. Mrs. Hopkins Is a member of (he and wife, Mr. and Mrs. A. Samp
been staying at Bohle’s for the ed a dangerous precedent by in our boundaries
President T aft weut through two W om an’s party ami will lake the son, and Mrs. Bogart.
last three months has returned to forcing Congress to enact laws Mexican revolutions during his term, stump and do all she can to prevent
her home in Dallas. Her sister, to raise the wages o f certain rail the revolution against Diaz and the the election of Wilson.
(¿Ilford l ‘lm Imt Is f« r Hughes and
Miss Marie Voth has taken her road employees 25 >. What is to revolution against Madero. American all the militarism Hughes and hts
China, Sept 20. - A f t e r
lives were sufe In Mexico during that
Headquarters for Candy and Cigars place at the Bohle home.
hinder the leaders o f the United time. No Mexican cities were seized backing can secure Amos I’lnchol, his trimming the feathers and other
brother, I* n member of the American w i s e disguising their mascot eagle,
Prof. H. H. Lowe arrived this Mine Workers from making like hy Americans and no armed Mexicans Union Against Mllltnrl m and will sup
the United States Marines attach
week from Carlton and is located demands, and as effectively too. T aft was In the W hite House. Yet Mr port Wilson ns the lex- er of two evil* ed to the American legation here
intheM cKow an property on 3d A shut down o f all the coal mines T aft never thought of asking the Representative Wlllium Kent of Call recently succeeded in matching
fornla Is a wild eyed enthusiast for
American people to vote for him he
street. Prof. Lowe is the new would be a calamnity almost if cause he kept us out of w ar with M ex Wilson and Is heading it Wilson non their bird o f freedom to fight u
Principal and will open school next not as great as the threatened ico. H e put an embargo on arms so partisan league, while Mrs Kent Is n previously undefeated cock which
rail road strike.
that American weapons would not he member of tbe W om an's party anil was the pride o f
sent across the boundary, and he re will stump for the defeat of Wilson.
George Middleton bn* allied bimxelf
Upon being placed in the pit,
fused to Interfere In Mexican affairs.
Arch Montgomery o f Co. L 3rd
Lew Cates and H. W. Brune When he left office Mexicans liked with the group of writers who have the eagle went to sleep. The cock,
Oregon was down from camp
publisher o f the Dallas Observer Americans, and Americans were safe announced themselves for Wilson, full o f pepper, bravely handed his
Withy combe last Saturday to visit were in Falls City Friday after In Mexico. Since he left office M exi while Ills wife, Fola I.a Eollette. la one adversary two blows. This was
his mother, Mrs. Addie Montgom noon and made The News office a cans hate Americans and Americans of the members o f the Congressional too much for the Marine mascot;
union who w ill hold Wilson responsible
dare not remain In Mexico. Did Mr
he awoke from his dream o f the
Wilson keep us out o f w ar with M exi for the defeut o f the Susan B Anthony
amendment. Meredith Nlcliolsi n 1* a snow-capped Sierras and deliber
For criticising the short comings
M r Wilson did not keep us out of Wilson supporter, but Mrs Nicholson ately pulled the chicken’s head off.
o f President Wilson, Chas. Hughes Thursday for North Dakota their the European war. and he did not keep will write and stutnp against Wilson
Our sea-soldiers anticipate no
former home to reside again. ns out o f w ar with Mexico.
on account of his attitude toward the further challenge.
Candies,¡Tobaccos and Cigars,'at has been called a “ kicker.” It
Out o f what w ar, then? —Detroit federal
was ever thus. The official who They have lived here for six years.
L. B. W O N D E R L Y ’S
Louis F. Tost Is a mem! er of the W o
is remiss in his duties is always
Axel Granquist came down from
England has extended her cen
man's Peace party and nn nr lent T o l
stoyan pacifist. I.ouln U. I'o t, assist sorship to the American Navy.
(Rate o f Ohio, city o f Toledo.
ready to brand as a kicker he who Spaulding camp Friday with his
UNITED ST A T E S’ HONOR.
ant secretary o f lnlior, Is for the nd
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is exposes him.
right hand badly lacerated, by
ministration's “reasonable" program She now boldly captures
senior partner of the firm o f F. J. Cheney
Hughes' Criticism of Foreign Policy of preparedness
A Co., doing business In the City of To
examines the official mail o f the
falling onto a saw.
ledo. County and State aforesaid, and
Miss Ruth Ritenour returned
Approved in West.
that said firm will pay the sum of ONE
Born to Mr. and Mrs. John W ag
fPortland (Ora.) Telegram 1
H U N D R E D D O LLAR S for each and ev last Sunday evening from a visit
Mr. Wilson soys his mind Is progres
ery case of Catarrh that cannot be cured
The Republican party ha* selected
Miss ner, Sept. 21, a son.
by the use o f H A L L ’ S C A T A R R H CURE. to her former home in Ohio.
F R A N K J. C H EN E Y.
a standard bearer» whose utterances progress can never tell the direction It tion o f Independence will have
Sworn to before me and subscribed In Ritenour was retained as one of
Cliff Pugh was in Portland on from day to day Justify the people Is taking. It Is Just ns likely to he been in vain. K ing George dom
m y presence, this 6th day o f December,
the teachers in the public schools business this week.
who chose him.
Not only does he progressing backward ns forward.
A. D. 1886.
in ates this administration’s for
A. W GLEASON.
bring before the country tbe short
N otary Public.
On May 6, 1912, an ordinance to comings of the Administration that
Friends of Wilson are still trying to eign policy and Wilson is as ser
H all’s Catarrh Cure Is taken internally
and acts directly uppn the blood and mu efficient, putting forth her best
regulate the speed o f automobiles owes Itf existence to a divided Re explain what he meant l>y “too proud vile as the provincial governors
cous surfaces o f the system. Send for
publicanism. hut hi* criticism Is every to fight
efforts in her work.
Bi*t can they tell us what lie
before the “ Boston Tea P a rty.”
was passed. On certain streets, where constructive.
F. J C H E N E Y & CO., Toledo. O.
me ant by “strict accountability?"
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Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
H e tells what must be done and will
Take B all's Family PUls for constipation.
he done by the party he represents to
unlawful to exceed 10 mile3 an prevent, wastefulness and extravagance
Bible School 10 A. M.
hour. That the public peace and In the governmental expenditures and
Preaching by Howard McCon safty demanded its immediate to put a stop to the vacillating policy
that has caused other nations to be
nell o f Dallas, 3 P. M.
passage was attested by th* emer lieve that the United States tins no in
Local News Hems
gency clause. Last spring, after tention of backing up Its demands
Wednesday an accident, another an more made In the Interests o f Justice and
evening 8 P. M.
drastic one was passed for the
The best show at the Gem tonight
Most vulnerable o f all points In the
A ll welcome.
public peace and safety.
Has Democratic armor Is Its foreign policy.
Vearl Courter took in the fair
these ever been an arrest? Has Primarily this Is because of the spoils
Pain and 111 Health
there been any effort made to system by which me a trained In the
Hops are reported to have gone
A pleasant surprise party was
3 ,5 5 8 3 -4 Miles
BLUE B EA U TY
J. C. T A L B O T T
Bank of Falls City
jì S ì 3(!)§
up to 13 cents.
The plainer started Thursday
for a few days run.
C. M. Olts and family attended
the Fair Thursday.
Walter L. Tooze, Jr., Lawyer,
Quite a number attended the
County fair this week.
Bert Keller is able to be out
again after a spell o f sickness.
Will Hinshaw and w ife attend
ed the County fair Wednesday.
Mathew Trask c * HHr'jfs is here
visiting his brother, C. H. Trask.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wooden of
Salem were in this city Wednes
given to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bohle
last Sunday when four cars stop
ped at the house and Mr. Bohle’s
sister informed him that they had
come for a re-union. Lunch was
served under the trees across the
street, after which some went to
view the beauties o f Falls City,
while others took a short run into
the country. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Hy Riedsel, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Robinson and
children, Carrol and Lucille; Mr.
and Mrs. Casper Lathrop and
children, Floyd, Opal, Emar and
Evelin; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gath-
rop and children, Karl, Nina and
Irma; Miss Ruth Marwood, Miss
Martha Voth, Fred Riedesel, and
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bohle and sons
James and Freddie.
Hoppicking is over in this neigh
borhood. Mr. Hughes 1 >st a good
many hops on account o f mould,
but nevertheless he and Mr. Lynn
gave their pickers a treat to ice
cream Monday night.
Mr. John Farley was in
neighborhood last week.
Mr. Joe Murphy has purchased
a new organ.
Jim Murphy and Robert Ford
visited at Fount Murphy’s last
Mrs. Albert Graham visited her
son Roy one day this week.
Mrs. Burkhalter spent last Sat
urday and Sunday in Ballston.
ed to make room for politicians and
friends of politicians, whose sole claim
to preferment was their services to the
" I f I am elected president of the
United States,” said Mr. Hughes last
night, “ I propose that every man I
put In charge of an Important depart
ment shall he a man eminently fit to
discharge the duties o f that depart
The denuding o f the diplomatic serv
ice of men of experience In order to
supply political Jobs, as has been done
by Mr. Wilson, or with hi* consent,
Mr Hughes denounces ns "a capital
offense— trading In tbe good name of
the United States and dam aging Its
“ Nobody,” he adds, "has a
right to pay political debt* with the
good name and honor o f the United
Which 1* clear proof that Mr.
Hughes has not been unmindful o f the
high principles of government whleh
must he maintained In order that this
republic shall maintain Its place as a
shining example to all nations.
rob you of all your
A N T I-P A IN P IL L S
“I one* had terrible
beadacbee anl feared La
Grippe. I could not At
tend to my work. I took
some of Dr. Milas’ Anti-
Pain PUls and the pain
wa* quickly gone. Then
I started using Dr. Miles’
Nervine and the trouble
vanished completely and
I felt well and acUve
H E N R Y FARNHAM.
Spring Valley, Minn.
quickly relieve Pain, but
at the same titne^ when
over-work or nervousness
is the cause,
R e s to ra tiv e N e rv in e
should be used to relieve
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T O B E N E F IT Y O U . Y O U R M O NEY
W IL L BE
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