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FALLS CITY NEWS
WIN BLUE RIBBON AGAIN
KALLS CITY OKRGON. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 7. 1910
TAKES A POT SHOT AT WOODROW CRUELTY AS SEEN IN ROUND UP
find these little statements most
cunningly tucked away in some
obscure corner, then, perchance,
they will be on the front page
given more prominence than Villas
latest funeral. Just what is to be
gained by this stunt of the Post
Master General is not apparent.
There is no law to prohibit a news
paper publisher going in debt ex
cept a natural delicacy on the
part of creditors who are appar
ently able to take care of them
selves without armed intervention
on the part of the postoffice de
Procure Your Winter
To the Boys and Girls of Folk Co Reoipient of “ D isloyal C itiz e n " Tale- B arbarous In s tin c t* G ratifico by
S pectacle at P endleton
1 wish to thank you all for the gram H an g * W ils o n '» Hide on
splendid work that you did and
the groat help you have been to
following was taken from
this office in winning this (treat J. A. O’Leary, president of the the The
and is a just criti
honor for our county.
be endorsed by
Truth society, who
There have been some mistakes American
made and we will do our beat to criticised President Wilson's for- lingers a spark of humanity
correct any mistakes made by eign |M)licj accusing him of be love for God’s harmless creatures.
ing pro-British, and who then Every States legislature should
Regardless of the fact that Cottons and
We are especially inebted to reseived from the president the -enact
May McDonald and Hazel Burscll 1 “disloyal citizen” telegram, has ties and a penaly sufficienty se
Woolens are still going up, we bought early
for hely at the County Fair.
Some of the other Counties say,
to the president:
Portland, Sept. 29. ( To the
and you will notice very little difference in
“ Look out for next year,” ao let telegram
ua lay our plana for a larger and ow Lawn, Long Branch, N. J.— ber to your valuable paper for
our selling prices at present; future buying
better exhibit next year, not alone In your telegram you have eva- many years and I beg permission
for the prizes that we may win. 1 ded every question that I raised. to give expression through its Having sold out my stock of is bound to show a raise.
but for the self improvement In acting thus vou have followed columns, of my opinion of the merchandise and retired from
that we get by atriving to do our your
usual method of carrying on Pendleton “Round-ups ’’ I feel business I desire to thank my
We are well prepared to serve you in
controversy with an opponent. that 1 do no stand alone in the friends for their patronage dur
Competition k ills stagnation a Now
seek, by an indirect beliefs set forth herein.
ing my business career in Falls
and makes for advancement. ; charge you
The close of the “Seventh An City. My business relations with Woolen Dress Goods, Ginghams, Percales,
Hurrah for the Club and Indus which you dared not directly nual Round-Up" marks th e the public have always been very
trial Boys and Girls of Polk.
make, to escape the questions seventh degrading and inhuman pleasant and it is with a feeling Outings, Underwear, Mackinaws, Etc.
event that Pendleton has little of regret that I leave for other
W. I. Reynolds. you cannot answer.
to be proud of, and no civ fields.
“I challenge comparison, both ilized community
ought to toler All unpaid accounts will be left
by heredity and environment, of ate such exhibitions
OUR GROCERY PRICES ARE
WHY M AIL ORDER?
as these. for collection with my successors
Why do ao many people send to While three of my uncles were That its purpose is largely com and an early settlement will be i
makes it even more appreciated as I intend to leave
T H E L O W E S T IN T O W N
mail order houses or go to other dying
defense of the union, mercialism,
towns to trade is a very serious those of in your
kin who dared to tivities, from the humane stand Wishing you all, happiness and
question, and one that the mer fight were struggling
to destroy point alone, should be suppressed prosperity. I am.
chants should ask themselves. it.
by the proper authorities, for the
They should find the cause and if
possible prevent this great leak. “In my brief contact with pub cruel and inhuman “stunts” that
J. C. TALBOTT.
S ELIG ’S, Cash Price Store,
There is a reason, and one that lic affairs 1 have sought to follow the poor frightened and abused
animals are put through are sec
people who trade elsewhere doubt
Democrats are blaming,
less believe to be a just one. A ington, of Jefferson, of Lincoln ond only to the Spanish bullfights the The Republicans
“ Meeting and Beating Competition”.
town can never prosper if the and other great presidents to the so severely condemned by proper Congress to make a for mess allowing
of it in j
citizens will not patronize home end that all Americans might thinking people.
institutions. The merchant who stand upon one plane of equality The hoidenish young women
imagines that his customer is not and fraternity. It has remained who take pride in ‘roping steers’ (
(tested on the wholesale price of for you to break new ground as or 'let her buck’ exhibitions show
staple articles is making a serious a president and to seek to divide only the savage instincts and lit- (
mistake. It may not always be your countrymen into radial and tie, if any, refined or civilized I
the price; it may be lack of variety religious groups. The word impulses. These feats are not in
to select from. Men from other “Hyphenate” was never heard the least elevating or uplifting
CARRANZA AND WILSON—THE EXPERTS
towns come here and take meas in American public life Until you and certainly not the proper kind
ures for clothes under the very
noses of our merchants. Why is real Americans of Irish blood, at people to witness.
this? Can they furnish clothes the dedication of the Commodore The Indian is in his true glory
from a merchant taylor any cheap Barry monument in Washington. and element when he is taking
er than our own merchants? If so “Now you speak of disloyalty; part in this sort of spectacle, for
why is it so? This sending away what do you mean disloyalty to the savagry in him is simply
of money must be stopped if the America or disloyalty to England? manifesting itself, but for the
town prospers, for the merchant If the first I throw the charge “white man," who boasts of his
can no more survive without the back in your teeth. If the sec achievements in overcoming and
help of the people than the news ond I call your attention to the subdoing the savage man, I fail
paper can flourish and be a live historical fact of the revolution, to see wherebyihe has made much
paper if the merchants fail to which the fathers thought had headway.
delivered us for all time from The Pendleton Round-up shows
only the savage instinct in man
out," and for the
“I stand, as men of my blood “cropping
WOMEN’S AUXILIARY ORGANIZED
such as our
always stood, in favor of Governor, etc., state,
The women’s auxiliary of the have
America as against every foreign to such barbarous, such ferocious
Republican party selected officers power.
Do you? And particu amusements, marks as “wild and
last Saturday in Dallas at a meet larly I stand
the present wooly in reality.
ing of the Republican County aggressions of against
Central Committee. The officers which we hav wrung our freedom
Mrs. H. H. Smith,
are:—Mrs. I. G. Singleton, chair in the revolution and which has
227 East Fortieth Street.
man: Miss Bertha Frink, secy.,
since, by force and guile,
of Falls City; Mrs Eflie Card, ever
to take it from us.
, ‘ Phunny,,, Aint it, Bo.
of Dallas, treasurer. Mrs. Single-
ton is expected to make canvass “I charge again that your for “We have received an anony
eign policies, your Mexican en mous communication from Falls
of the entire county.
tanglements, your action on the City in which it stated that the
Panama canal, your failure to editor of the News came from
sustain American rights, your Oklahoma If it is an offense
There will be a mass meeting i truckling to England, your ap under the Oregon law for a man
of the citizens of this road district proval of war loans and of the to come from Oklahoma, the
at Toller’s Hall, Saturday night, munition traffic are all subversive complaint should have been filed
with the district attorney.”—In
October 14th at 7:30. The pur of the interests of America
pose of this meeting is to select “You have made your record, dependence Monitor.
three delegates to attend the and no cleverness in the use of Reputable, newspaper publish
County Road Budget Convention, words can now change your acts. ers will not publish anonymous
to be held at Dallas October 26. You may take advantage of your letters.
exalted position, to which you
were chosen only by a minority
SPARK ARRESTER NOT SOLD
of the American people, to abuse PROTECTING THE PUBLIC
It was stated in last week’s great masses of your country It now becomes the delightful
issue of the News that the Adams men, who adhere to the prin duty of the festive newspaper
patent Spark Arrester had been ciples upon which this great publisher to make his semi-annual
sold to Col. Mathews and Josh Tal country has always rested, but I statemen of ownership that the
bott. It appears, however, that warn you that you are being innocent and confiding public may
our informant overshot the mark. weighed in the balance and that know if there be any soul-less cor
Mr. Adams tells us that it was adherence to your policies will poration or individual, holding
only a royalty right to manufac carry you down to deserved de any liens, judgements, mortgages,
ture and sell. Mr. Adams further feat on election day.
bonds or other dangerous or dead
intimates that it would require
ly instruments, on the said owner
Jeremiah A . O’Leary,
consideral more money to buy the
that might intimidate, or cause
“President of the American him to deviate from the straight
patent than has been floating
around Falls City recently,
and narrow way. Sometimes you
THESE PIPING TIMES OF PEACE