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THE FALL8 CITY NEWS
3 ,5 5 8 3 -4 Miles
Is the distance the balance
wheel o f your watch travels year
ly. Don’t you believe it noMs
The best show at the Gem tonight
examination and oiling at least
Walter L. Tooie, Jr., Lawyer,
once in that time? Then bring
it to us.
P E R S E Y , T h e Jeweler,
Falls City, Oregon.
CHI KOPR ACTIO
DR. W. L. Holloway
Will be it r»iu City Hotel
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY
Afternoons of Each Week.
Mrs. Richard Paul attended the
fair at Salem Wednesday.
Jerry Snider went to Salem
Monday to take in the fair.
The flag again floated to the
breeze over the school building
Miss Elizabeth Sammons left
Wednesday for her school in Wall-
Railroad men not included in
the Adamson law want Dr. Wilson
to “ pass the gravy.”
T o oth
F a ce
N a il
C lo t h e s
S h a v in g
For every purpose; all sizes
and shapes; in all finishes
solid backs; bristles that
won’ t come out—and all at
the fairest price.
TH O M PSO N S
Miss Lilia Courter came home
from the valley Tuesday. She has
been cooking on a ranch.
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies,Pies
and other bakery goods, every day
at the Falls City Bakery.
Mrs. Richard Paul served tea at
her home Tuesday afternoon to a
number o f invited guests.
Hal Wade was down from Bal-
deree's camp Sunday to visit home
folks. He returned Monday.
G. Sowers left Wednesday for
Dallas where he will enter the
hospital and undergo an operation.
C. H. Trask and w ife and bro
ther Mathew went to Salem Wed
nesday. They will attend the fair.
Mrs. C. L. Hopkins and Mrs.
Elenor Butler were guests of Mrs.
A. M. Vassal of Dallas Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McKowan,
Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Hubbard at
tended the fair at Salem Wednes
The Falls City school opened
Monday morning with a total en
rollment o f 211. There are 47 in
high school and about ten more
expected to enroll. Much inter
est is manifested and with the
co-operation o f the patrons and
good citizens o f the town it will
bo a success. The teachers are:
: Ina Graham,
J. D. Moyer
1 Edith Johnson
Edith Montgomery 5th “
Emily Miller, English
Ruth Ritenour, Mat. Lang.
H. H. Lowe. Principal.
A meeting o f the Student body
was called Wednesday for re
organization. The following o f
ficers were elected.
Pres. Sybil Wilson; Vice-pres.
Claude Graham; Secy-Treasuer,
Claude Graham read a selec
tion from the Constitution after
which the meeting adjourned.
The various closses met for re
organisation and to elect their
representatives in the Student
The officers o f the Senior class
are as follows;—Pres. Hettie
Newman; Vice-pres. Vicie Vin
ton; Secy-Treas, Sybil Wilson;
Vicie Benton, Hal Thompson.
Junior officers;— Pres. Lurena
Treat, Vice-pres. Maurice Selig,
Councilmen, Maurice Selig, E v
elyn Johnson, Lurena Treat.
Sophomore officers:—Pres. T re
val Powers, Vice-pres.
Frink, Secy-Treas. Laura Sphon,
Councilmen, Eldon Frink, Mar-
gurite Dorman, Luella Ward.
Freshman officers:—Pres. Eu-
Rene Starr> V iCe-pres. Grace Has-
mutm _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _
E ditori.il C om m ent.
Rrysu liuti». Wllmm tul».
W a tc h fu l
b a n tin g .
w n It Ititi
Candidate Hugh«’» doesn't talk Ilka
Hughes is hammering ami tin1 Demo
rrals uru yammering
Arrester and will put it on the
M. Beer o f Medford was
here last week visiting his uncle
G. W\ Hudson. They had not met
Candies,¡Tobaccos and Cigars."at
L. B. W O N D E R LY“ S
Under the management of the
Principal, H. H. Lowe, and the
leadership of Treval Powers, the
orchestra will continue its work
during the coming vear.
the following line-up bright hopes
are entertained for the future;
Mrs. W. H. Estey went to Port
land Wednesday of last week to
visit her mother, Mrs. S. Foster. 1st Violinistis
She returned Monday.
There was work in the Master’s
Degree at the Masonic lodge on
Friday night o f last week. Re
freshments were served after
Miss LaVerne Mickalson leaves Trombone
this morning for McTimmons Val
ley where she goes to teach the Pianist
McTimmons Valley school the com
ing school year.
W. A. Persey and family were
Last Saturday Pat Murphy and
visiting in Salem Wednesday.
another guard at the state prison
Miss Marie Reese went to teach
fired at a prisoner who was try-
at Lincoln Thursday.
idg to escape. Both shots took
effect. The man lived about an
Mrs. A. M. Vassal of Dallas
visited Mrs. E. G. White Wednes
The Falls City soldiers have re day.
turned from the Wilson-Carranza
Miss Ella Mehrling spent several
Mexican fiasco. They were mus days with relatives at Eugene last
tered out at camp Withycombe on week.
State of Ohio, city of Toledo, I „
Monday and arrived here Tuesday
Mrs. Elmer Lewis and her son
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is hale and hearty.
senior partner of the Arm of F. J. Cheney
Herchel were visiting in Dallas
Co., doing business fn the City of To-
do. County and State aforesaid, and
Many pupils are not in attend Thursday.
that said firm will pay the sum of ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ev ance at school this week on account
Mrs.C.L Hopkins spent several
ery case of Catarrh that cannot be cured
by the use of H A LL’S CATARRH CURE. of the State Fair.
It would not days in Salem the guest o f Mrs.
FR A N K J. CHENEY.
8worn to before me and subscribed in have been a bad idea to have de W. T. Greer.
my presence, this 6th day of December,
ferred the opening o f school until
A. D. 1S8S.
A. W. GLEASON.
Born Thursday morning to Mr.
after the fa ir
and Mrs. Ralph Harrington a nine
Hall’s Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally
•nd acts directly upyn the blood and rau
Howard Brentner left Wednes- pound girl,
cous surfaces of the system. Send for
for Portland where he will
F J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo, O.
G. W. Hudson has a very tender
Sold by all Druggists. 75c.
the Holmes Business college
Take H all's Family Pills for constipation.
feeling for the back of his neck.
He will take a course in bookkeep
He has a “ rising” on it.
Japan is spoiling for a fight. ing, typewriting and shorthand.
Falla City needs a cannery very
She whipped Russia, bulldozed Chi Mr. and Mrs. Brentner accompa-
na and now wants to run the U. naid him by auto as far as Salem, badly. Ixxik at the fine fruit and
vegetables going to waste.
S. government in the interest of
A gang o f men have been busy
Mrs. Alvin Rains and daughter,
the past week setting poles and
The Teachers’ Institute has been stringing wire for the telegraph Meldon returnedI to Gates, Friday,
after visiting a few days with her
set for the second week in October. line. It is expected that the line
mother, Mrs. Chapin.
Just as the schools are getting to will be in operation in about three
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Bohle and
run smoothly corn«'’ this break. weeks. W e are o f the opinion
Miss Elenore, and Miss
As the teachers M UST attend
and Miss Henrietta
why not pull it off lie fore school
begins and save needless expense
and Mrs. Wm.
to the district and interupting the
S E E O U R W IN D O W D IS P L A Y
The Hughes trail will be cold by
the lim e the Democrats »trike it.
J. C. TALBOTT
Aa a party leader, would It be fair
to refer to J. Ham Lew 1» a» J. "P o rk "
Can the folk» on the 1 lemooratlc
band waitou continue to piny by the
Hryan say» Mr. Hughes' talk» aren't
Judicial. No. The people can under-
aland 'em perfectly.
R. E. W illiams , M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols ,
R. G. W hite ,
Cashier Assistant Cashier
Bank of Falls City
Hutches says the country can't be
saved by letting It drift. That’s where
he and W. Wilson differ.
Washington report» that u new apol
ogy has been sent to First Chief Car-
n n ia . looks like a habit.
C i t y , P o t* C ounty . O kkuo n
Does u General Bunking Business.
Interest Paid on Time
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
Mr. Iiryan is mistaken when he says
Hughes Is “ vitriolic.” The candidate
is merely applying the add test
Political opponents are beginning to
find that why Mr. Hughes kept alienee
so long wasu't because he had lost his
Another encouraging feature about
our new navy U that when it Is com
pleted Mr. Daniel» will not lie secre
tary o f It.
Having discovered that the Demo
crats dou't like u Imt he Is saying, Mr.
Hughes doubtless Is convinced tlint he
la on the right track.
A bond issue by the Wilson admin
(stratum la merely Unde Sam's note,
and the best thing Woodrow Wilson
docs Is to write notes.
Mr. McCormick follows the same
method in claiming credit for legisla
tion as be does iu his predictions. He
lucludes several acts o f the T a ft ad
charges, but he will not answer them.
That Is an entirely different matter.
HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA
C h e a p e s t and Best L in e
Blue E n a m e le d W a r e E v e r D isp lay ed in
F a lls C ity
The Wilson Administration alamla
for taxes, ami more taxes.
The Democratic press is convinced
Mrs. Southwell and son Howard
that It is the duty o f Mr. Hughea to
Mrs. Horsfal and son Jack visited
say something that will hurt his
m town the first of the tings, Secy-Treas. Rheta Bowman chance o f being elected.
Councilmen, Olla Martin, Calvin
President Wilson in his acceptance
Headquarters for Candy and Cigars
speech may reply to Mr. Hughes'
Col. Mathews and Josh Talbott Barnhart, Vearle Courter.
W EATH ERLY CONFECTIONERY. have bought Adams’ patent Spark
A messenger o f President Wilson
found out that Colorado women were
for the administration. No messenger,
o f course, can lie blamed for making
It la re(>orted from Washington that
the administration will Ignore most
o f Mr. Hughes' charges. That Is very
much the easiest way for it to answer
President Wilson will not make any-
speaking dates, we are told, hut ouly
separate engagements for addresses,
considering u "speaking tour" uudlgni
fled. “ Too proud to light.”
Tammany Leader Charles F. Murphy
announces that he will retire after the
campaign. It Is believed that many
other more or leas distinguished D em o-
«■rats will follow his example.
Governor Hughes announces In one
o f his speeches that he is a construc-
tloniRt. Hut we are willing to admit
that so far as Democratic policies arc
concerned he Is a destructlonlst.
President Wilson will tie notified o f
the Democratic nomination at Shadow
I a w d . This seems a most appropriate
place for letting him know that be will
shortly have to give up his place In
T R U E IN W A R D N E S S O F T H E
V E R A C R U Z IN C ID E N T .
In the spring o f m u . occur
red the capture of Vera t’ruz-
Meu from one of our ships Imd
1 > ccii arrested al Tampico and
had been discharged with au
Hut our admiral de
manded a salute, which was re
fused. Thereupon the president
went to congress, asking au
thority to use the uruu-d forces
o f tho Culled States.
waiting for (he passage of Ilia
resolution. Vera Cruz was seiz
ed. It appeared that n shipload
o f ammunition for Huerta was
a (Hint to enter that port. There
was a natural opposition to this
Invasion and a Imttle occurred
In which nineteen Americans and
over a hundred Mexicans were
killed. This, o f course, was war
Our dead soldiers were praised
for dyiug like heroes In a war o f
service. Later, we retired from
Vera Cruz, giving up this noble
warfare. Wo bad not obtained
the salute wbleh was demanded.
We had not obtained reparation
fur affronts. The ship with am
muultlon which coutd not land
at Vera Crus had soon landed at
another |>ort, and its cargo was
delivered to Iluertu without In
terference. Recently the naked
truth was admitted by a cabinet
officer. We are now Informed
thut “ we did not go to Vera Cruz
to force Huerta to salute the
flag." We are told that wc went
there "to show Mexico that wo
were In earnest In our donuind
that Huerta muat go." That Is.
wo seized Vers Cruz to depose
Tho question of tit#
salute was a mere pretext.—
From Mr. Hughes’ Speech of
W A N T S AN E F F E C T IV E S Y S
T E M OF R U R A L C R E D IT 8.
We propose to promote by
every practicable means our ag
ricultural Interests, and we in
elude in this program an cffectlre
system of rural credits.
favor the wise conservation of
our natural resources. W e de
sire not only that they shall he
safeguarded, but that they shall
be adequately developed and
used to the utmost public advan
tage.—Mr. Hughes' Speech of Ac
Grover Cleveland was the last Demo
cratic president. H e was also the last
president to Issue bonds to secure
money to defray the running expenses
of the government. Bnt Wilson will
tie him In this.
"Eminent Judges," says Colonel Hen
ry Wattereon, “ have ever proved disap
pointing candidates.” He Is right. A l
ton R Parker was a big disappoint
ment to the Democrats. And so Is
Charles Evans Hughes —Toledo Illade
What Joseplffieous Daniels, the well
known nauthnl militarist, can’t under
stand is why men should waste time
Plattshurglng at sea when they might
Juat as well learn how to become sail
ors in three lessons In any good, rella
ble correspondence school.
President Wilson appears to have
been keenly alive to the expedleney of
accepting several Invitations to make
speeches In the West. Nobody knows
any better than he that it will take
considerable shoveling to fill up the
boles that have been dug In that lo
callty by Justice Hughes.
It was John P. St. John of Kansas,
one time Prohlbltlonl*t candidate for
president o f the United States, who
said that Americans vote ns they rheer
I f so, there Is mighty little consolation
for the Democratic party In this <nro
paign, for the Democratic ndmlnistrn
tlon in three yearn has given us noth
Ing to cheer over. On the contrary,
as Mr. Hughes has said, these Inst
three years hnve been years o f humili
atlon and embarrassment.
IN C O N S ID E R A T E B E H A V IO R
O F A C A N D ID A T E .
Why does Mr. Hughes Insist upon
talktng shout that old fashioned, uut
to say "Iniquitous" doctrine, the pro
tective tariff? For nearly the whole
period of Its luduntrlnl existence the
i United States struggled along under
The Democratic purty in
11113 came to the relief o f an afflicted
and burdened people.
The Republican Administration (not
on account o f the tariff, It Is true*
was overthrown. Before taking over
I the reins o f government, and for many
! years prior to that time, countless
Democratic statesmen had vainly tried
to pentuade the American people that
the protective tariff was an iniquity,
a veritable contrivance o f devils. It
fostered the trust», and It was an ele
vator o f price« even to the thirty-sev
enth story sml the tower. They prom
bed relief. The poor should he no
longer oppressed; the cost o f living
should lie reduced must be. aa the
sure result o f a tariff for reven u e-
protective only In »pots, aurh as the
Ixuiblana sugar mills and the Carolina
Doesn’t Mr Hughea know what the
Administration did which he Is now
sltacklng? He ought to know
Democrats, under the lesdcrahlp o f
Mr. Wilson and Mr Underwood, re
pealed that Iniquity and nlMimlnntlon.
the I'ayne-Aldrich tariff la w - that foa-
ter mother o f truata slid high price*—
and enacted In It« place the present
law. Mr. Hughes knows, of course,
as every head of a family In America
knows, that the trust» have not yet
been dissolved and that the cost o f
living Is higher than ever—that the
price o f everything has reached an tin-
heard of M f M - but w h it of it?
What o f It. Indeed? While It 1« true
that a protective tariff never fatted
under any clrcuniHiances to protect
American Induatry and Amerlcaa ta
bor, it la to lie ronaldcrcd that the war
in Europe has upset the plans o f the
pre»eiit low tariff administration.
Now, tho obvious thing for Mr.
Hughes to do Is to give the Demo-
<’rats n chance to get their tariff on
straight. Never mind the patient; let
the doctor experiment.
won't come, o f course, until the war
1» over—according to the Democratic
In other words, the tariff
for revenue doctrine do .n't fit the
conditions; the conditions mint he
made to fit the tariff. So why thin
disturbance. Mr Hughes?
Besides, when yen discuss a little
thing like the tariff, do you not l.’iow
that Son In-lAw M r A d o« and Hi” other
statesmen o f tho Democrat! - family
are HUelv to repeat their aeeusatlon
that you nro ’’pettifogging?'’—Ctiarlf»-
ton (W . Va.) Mall.
Every Housewife or
Mother is ever under
that Nervous Strain,
which so often results
in Headaches, Dizzy
Depression and other
D r. MU m *
n Highly Recommended
in Such Cuei.
IF F I R r r B O T T L E F A IL S TO
B E N E F IT , YOUR M O NEY W IL L
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