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Saturday. Octutier 7, l»lfl
THE TALLS OITT NEWS.
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. West return
ed Tuesday from Salem.
7 Jewel in Silveroid Case $3.00
“ 5.00 The frost Sunday night put the
6.90: kibosh on all garden truck.
Mrs. Edith Brown made a trip
Everv watch guaranteed a per
to Black Rock Wednesday.
Ingersoll Dollar Watches
Chas. Hartung made a business
trip to Black Rock Tuesday.
PERSEY, The Jeweler,
Falls City, Oregon.
DR. W. L. Holloway
Will be at Fall* City Hotrn
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY
Afternoon* o( Each Weak.
T o o th
H a ir
Fa c e
C lo th 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.
NI6H SCHOOL ROTES
Walter L. Toose, Jr., Lawyer,
County teachers’ institute will
be held at Dallas on Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday of next
Frank Heydon was over from
week. Our teachers are looking
the Siletz the first a f the week.
forward with pleasure to the va
Nettie Grahan and Mabel Otte cation.
visited in Dallas Saturday even
At our last council meeting it
was decided to classify and re
Alex and Sam Courier returned arrange the books of our school
Thursday from a hunt in the library. Also to systematize the
method of keeping the record of
A. H. Benton returned Thurs the books loaned.
day from Dallas where he has
The high school orchestra is
been drying: prunes.
working on a number of new
Fresh Bread, Cakes.Cookies.Pies selections and promises to play-
and other bakery goods, every day soon. Here’s to our orchestra!
We are all proud o f it. By the
at the Falls City Bakery.
Harve Montgomery and wife way, the orchestra needs a set of
moved to Dallas Sunday where drums and a quantity o f music.
The Student Body government
is thus far proving to be a success
Chas. Nine came in from Hos
and it will continue to lie so with
kins Wednesday to take charge of
the co-operation of all the students.
the lumber company store.
There are mvsterious reporters
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Norton of
the high school watching their
Oakfield, N. Y. are visiting th«>
to bring the students be
latters brother, F. E. Driggs.
fore the council for misdemeanors.
Mrs. I. G. Singleton was called But even if there are a great
to Monmouth Sunday afternoon to many ‘ ‘green” students, they are
see her mother who was quite ill. showing their ability to cope with
J. C. Talbott hrs disposed of his high school problems and seem
hardware and furniture stock to more interested in making goal at
M. L. Thompson and A.F.Courier. their studies rather than in lath
Supplies for the new logging ering their neighbors. Since the
camp have been received and the inauguration of the Student Body-
camp will be opened up full blast government there seems to be
more school spirit and less class
enmity than heretofore.
W. S. Wingo and wife returned
Wednesday from an extended trip
to Salem, Portland and other
Harve has secured work.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
b y \orz) applications, as tlr'.-y cannot
reach the diseased portion o f the ear.
Th* re is only one w ay to cur:* deafness,
and that is by c o n stitu tio n i l r medies
D eafness is caused by an Inflamed co n d i
tion o f the m ucous lining: o f the E usta
chian Tube. W hen this tube is inflamed
vou have a rum bling sound or im perfect
nearing, and when It la entirely closed.
D eafness is the result, and unless the In
flam m ation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its norm al condition,
hearin g will bo d estroyed forev er, nine
cases ou t o f ten are caused by C atarrh,
w h ich ii nothin g but an Inflamed con d i
tion r f the m ucous surfaces.
We will give On»» nnndrefl Dollars for an ▼ ca®o of
'caused by ca»arrhuhatcannot b<* cured by
Hall s Catarrh Core. Send for circulars free.
F. J CT1BNEY. * CO. Toledo, Ohio.
fBoVJ by Druggists.75c.
Take Halls family i’ii^ tor constipation.
Times must be pretty ‘ bum’
Fred Chapin was in Dallas on
when a traveling salesman will business Wednesday.
eat cheese and crackers on the
Joe Harlan and daughter were
back steps of a vacant house in
stead o f taking dinner at a hotel.
Mrs. W. A. Persey was taken
F. E. Wells has traded his farm
the Salem hospital Wednesday
near town, for Salem property.
have an operation performed.
The papers of transfer were exe
Parent-Teachers meeting next
cuted last Saturday.
will move to Salem about the 16th. Tuesday evening at 7:30 at the
Mr. and Mrs. Brentner returned school house. Mrs. C. L. Hopkins,
last Saturday from Portland where President.
they had gone to place Howard in
business college. He is well pleas
ed and entered upon his studies
with much enthusiasm.
W. J. Warren who has been
preaching at the M. E. church the
past year has been assigned to
West Salem for the coming year
He moved the first of the week.
J. C. Erwin will preach here.
can be had by any ambitious
young man or young lady in the
field o f Railway or Conmercial
Telegraphy. Since the passage
The best show at the Gem tonight o f the eight hour law by Con
gress, it has created a great de
Mrs. John Walker was a Dallas mand for Telegraph Operators.
Positions paying from $75 to $90
per month with many chanci
Mabel Otte visited with Nettie
It will pj
Graham last Saturday.
you to write Railway Telegrap
Mrs. Addie Montgomery went! Ins’ t of Portland, Ore., for ft
to Dallas Monday night.
Local News Items
Mrs. F. E. Driggs will entertain
the Art Club at her home next
Tuesday. All are cordially invi
ted to be present.
Mrs. I. G. Singleton, Mrs. Chas.
Moyer and Miss Bertha Frink
went to Dallas last Saturday
afternoon by auto in Hal Thomp
son’s car. They attended a meet
ing of the Republican county cent
FO R S A L E
was elected chairman and Bertha
Sixteen tons oat and wheat hay. Frink secretary of the woman’s
Good clean hay. $10 per ton in auxilary.
barn or $12 delivered. Also 40
Road Island Red laying hens, 80c
List of Unclaimed Letters.
each. F. E. Wells, phone Blue 53
A Good Position
Finnegan s Philosophy
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Ten new students registered
Monday bringing the total high
school enrollment to 57. Twenty-
six o f the students are freshmen.
This is the largest freshman class
of which we have any reconi.
Caodies,‘.Tobaccos and Cigars.'at
It. K .W i l u a m s . M. L . T h o m p s o n , W .F. N icholh .
It is reported that G. Sowers,
One of the most pleasant social
who went to the Dallas hospital affairs of the season was a recep
Headquarter? for Candy and Cigar» recently, was operated on and is tion held in honor of the new
WEATHERLY CONFECTIONERY. doing nicely.
teachers of our public schools at
Mrs. C. S. O’ Brian of Yaquina. the home of Miss Edith Johnson
spent Monday and Tuesday in on Wednesday of this week.
Besides the teachers, the mem
Falls City visiting her sister, Mrs.
bers of the school board were in
I. G. Singleton.
Dallas has received $60 in fines
Music and games furnished a
during the month of September.
large part of the evening’s enter
The marshal is evidentally trying
tainment. A dainty two-course
to earn his salary.
luncheon was served, after which
G. W. Hudson who has been all departed to their homes, glad
suffering with a boil on the back to have welcomed Prof. Lowe and
of his neck is some better. He family, Miss Haslop, and Miller
has had quite a serious time with into our midst.
L. B. W O N D ERLY’S
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Durray, Mrs. David
Howard, Mrs. R. B.
Young, Miss Beula, 5
G entlem en .
Billy, Mr. Klamath
H H I
Well Jo 1 wind the etoVy, eald
Ualauw wag a highbrow
that kuowed leas limn Ida .laekaaa. lie
look an office to curse the people
The Jackass »axed them. T la all In
Numbers Twlnty two. Och hone! ‘Tin
different these times. The Jackas*
kuew better till Hnlaani tamed him.
“ Lav* me ride ye," says llulunw, "an'
I'll make ye the biggest Ass In the
"U reat." says the Ass; “ what d'ye
"P ork ," says lialnnw.
“ Me savior." says the Asa.
So Balaam mounts. But soon the
"P h w at la it?” says Balaam.
“ Snakes," says the Ass; " l 't looks
like the Jawbone uv ine mother."
“ O 'w an,” says Balaam, hlttlu' the
Ass a clip, “ 'Us me furreu' policy.”
“ Phwat'* ut for?” axes the Asa.
“ l ’ t derlhda the nashun,“ says Ba
“ Ilo w ? " says the Ass.
“ Faith," says llalnutu, "ut takes a
bigger Ass than you to know that
Lave It to Brine," says italusm to the
Ass; an' the Jack walks on medita-
“ He*, haw ." saya the Ass. balkin' an'
"W hat n ow ?" says Balnani.
"D lvll a Jackass ever seen the like."
says the Ass. “ Ft could be a frog,"
says he, "fo r ut stands up In front,
an' Bits dow n behind, an' 'tls mos'ly
mouth," says the Ass. " l 't has white
feathers," says the Jack, "w ld ja iler
streaks, that changes," he says, "to
Very Croo* Ited. or Nlagaray Blue, an'
now they're Carrysall Yaller again. ’
saya he. "IIIvins, have I tan'll drink-
I n 'r screams the Ass to Balaam.
“ Saluts l>e praised." says Balaam
"Me W atchful Waitin' can still change
Its mind,” he says. “ O 'w an, where
glory waits,” he says. "G 'w an, In the
service uv Mankind." says Balaam to
the Ass, touching him up.
Ass shutlles ahead, wavin' his ears In
"H e e haw! H ee-haw !" says the Jack,
rearin' up wld hia eyes bulgin'.
"P h w a t’8 grlppln' ye n ow ?" saya Ba
laam. Impashunt like.
"I douuo," says the Ass. "U t looks
like the Flyln' Dutchman with a So
clallst C rew ." be says.
" 'Tls me Ship Bill," says Balaam.
"Side step to the right," he says; "side
step to the left,” says he. weltin' hlui.
“ Back up," says Balaam, near wrench.
In' off the Jack's Jaw. “ Now forward
for the Merchant Marine an' fifty
lulUyuu pork." says Balaam wld a
shower uv blow s; an' the Ass goes on
"W ab-hee! Wah hee! Wall bee!" says
the Jack, shyin' so he near threw hla
“ I'll learn ye to shy at mo Naval
Bill," saya Balaam, lar iuplu' the baate
ao he cud scarce aland.
"Y e can't pass ut wtdout wearln'
Itepubllcan clothes," says the Jack In a
“ Ye Ass,” says Balaam
“ Don’t ye
know that anny d o e s Is betther nor
nakedness? G 'w an ." says Bulanin, In
tones uv thunder. So the poor baate
lopes on, limpin' wld pain.
I've not time to tell ye all the adven
tures they had. but they kep' on over
rough roads, now an' then crossln' a
ditch on a wan term plank, which
made even Balaam unalsy. lviry time
the Jack kicked, he got short rations
an' a xvallup. So when the Journey
was near over, the poor baste wus all
In, and far too proud to fight Any
Jack-Ass can be that xsiien he's licked.
Wan atormy night, the Jack blooms
Into a harmony like a Dlmyerat Tariff
Hymn played on a gasplpe wld the feet.
“ Phwat alls ye n ow ?" calls Balaam,
clubtln ' him wld both hands.
"N lvver did I pass the like," yells the
Ass, sw eatin’ and thremblln’ .
says ut’s an eight hour law. Oh, phwat
is u t?" screams the Ass to Balaam,
feebly w agglin’ his ears.
“ I dlnno phwat ut is meself,” says
Balaam, “ but I know phwat ut's got,"
"P h w a t?" axes the poor Ass.
“ Five hundtber thousand votes." says
Balaam, wld a pious air. “ G'wan, ye
big Ass. an' doant ye argue wld an
Idayllst," says Balaam to the Ass.
“ W e ca n 't pass ut In the dark," pleads
the Ass. “ Lave us wait for light."
moanB the Ass, weepin’.
"N ix," says Balaam, "There's a hot
time cornin' an' the votes'll spile. Do
ye thurst for sixteen more years In the
wilderness? G lddlp." says he, “ purg
in’ y e'r heart,” says Balaam, "lv ivlry
thought that’s selfish," says Balaam,
“ or personal,” chants Balaam to the
poor Ass ticklin’ the Jack's slats wld a
By this time, the Ass was so wore
out wld his ardyous labors, that he
know no more than Balaam himself.
So, wld one despairin' cry. he dropped
his ears, as he an’ bis master stumbled
forward Into the dark.
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Remaining uncalled for in tliiH 4*
office for the week ending Sept. + SURRENDER TO
L a d ie s .
“ That kind of virus in our Ilf*—
surrender to forco— would bring
us no ond of disaster. If wo lot
capitalists or workingmen, any
intaraat, laarn that tha way to
gat what is wanted is by apply-
ing pressure and if wa continue
in that course for a few years,
democracy will bo a failure, and
wo might as wall give up our
of government.” — Mr.
Flughoe in Hie 8peech et Port-
These letters will he sent to the
dead letter offke Oct., 15, 1916
if not delivered before. In calling
for the above, please say “ Adver
tised,” giving date of list.
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I b a C. M e h r l i . ng , P. M,
Jt. G. W h i t e .
Bank o f Falls City
F a l l s C i t y , I’ o i . k C o u n t y . O ke o o n
Does a General Hanking Business. Interest Raid on Time
Deposits. Exchange sold on ull points'in the United States.
Notary Public officially connected with the Hank.
Judge Teal is slowly improving.
HUGHES FOR ARBITRATION.
He Would Be Flret to Acoord to Leber
All Rights Found Juet After
tu bis Maine ei-eevhe« Mr. Hughe»
made It platu thut ho xvas not attack
lug labor ur the oiiulty o f the pro-
posed Increase o f wagea for tin* rail
road meu. He was atmply contending
for the all Important principle of arbi
tration as the right tneaaa o f settle
ment o f such questions. Speaking at
different places In Maine Mr. Hughes
dw elt upon this question, saying:
“ I deeply deplore. In the name of
lubor. In the name o f Justice, In the
name o f American Ideal*, the surren
der o f the (executive and o f Congress
to force. Instead o f permitting reason
"T h e measure to xvhlch I have allud
ed was not, properly apenklng, an
It was a wage
It xvna a plain proposition
for a changg In the wage scale. I do
not speak o f the equity o f that. That
Is a matter to lie fairly cousldare.1
want what Is Just and right with re
spect to wages. I am for the arbitra
tion and Ibe peaceful settlement of
these Industrial controversies.
can settle everything In this country
If xve approach those matters with s
fair and open mind and an examina
tion o f the facts.
"T his particular measure show* on
Its face that It was legislation In ad
vance o f the Investigation. Instead o f
Investigation In advance o f legisla
tion. It la said that there xvas In Its
favor the Judgment o f society
judgment o f society In this country
has never been passed tu favor o f leg
Islatlon without knowledge o flb c e q u l
ty and regardless o f the facts o f the
case. There was no Judgment o f so
ciety In favor o f the ronds which x-.ere
excepted from Its provision*. If there
waa a Judgment o f society, why uot ap
ply the rule to electric or other kinds
o f roads or roads less than 100 mile*
In length? I say. aw ay with such pre
tense! It was a surrender to force In
stead o f a clear, candid, faithful fram
ed examination o f the fact*, and then
action In accordance xxlth American
“ Autocracy represent* force; tyran
ny represents force. Democracy rep
resents the rule o f the common Judg
incut after discussion, utter uu oppor
tunity to know the facts."
It All Depends.
“ If Hughes wins nn Oregon town
will get a new shingle mill employing
fifty meu." says tho Olympia Recorder,
"according to an announcement o f the
Individual who took nn option on tim
bered land. If Wilson wins the option
will be allowed to lapse. That a the
way with a thousand and one enter
prises. all waiting to see which way
the wind blows. The moment It Is us.
sured that Charles E. Hughes Is elect
ed, Just watch tho wheels o f Industry
spin and listen to the hum o f buslnens."
Ed Sampson was a Dallas visi
F. K. Hubbard nas been in the
country several days this week
insuring houses, hams, Imy and v
Miss Emily Miller and Miss
I/iuiso Haslop, the new teachers
are stopping at the home o f Mr.
and Mrs. 1. G. Singleton.
The grand jury have indicted
Weldon Klack for manslaughter
for causing the death of Cyrus S.
Hatch who was run over a few
weeks ago in Dallas by Black's
Miss Ethel Johnson. Miss Bessie
Kennard and Miss Iva Graham of
i Falls City schools are among the
Polk County teachers who have
recently received professional cer
tificates. Owing to the rush o f
papers received at the office at
the close o f the year these certifi
cates were among the last to be
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PUBLIC OFFICER SHOULD
STAND LIKE A ROCK. +
“ Government under p rorrir»
+ le not Amerioan govomnxont.
•F Whonovor proaiur* is applied to
+ any public officer ho ought to
•F otand liko a rock and aay; 'Hora
+ I atand until wa substitute roa-
+ son for force. It it not an Amori-
+ can doctrine to legialato firat and
+ invaatigata afterw ard.'" — Mr.
•F Hughs* in Hia Speech at Port-
•F land. Main*.
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HARD ON THE “ PUP”
‘ ‘'There is a difference between
giving out 500 Wilson buttons to
those who voluntarily asked for
them and pinning Hughes buttons
on every man, woman, child and
dog met on the high-ways and by
ways as has been the methods of
theiRepublican committee.” Dai-
We shall caution Walter L that
in the future he paste the buttons
on pups, as their hides appear to
lie exceedingly thin.
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G E T YOUR
BUTTER W RRAPPES
P R IN TE D A T T H I S OFFICE.
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W hen travel
a Theatre or
som e Social
if S hopping,
don’t forget to have
-A n t i •
with you. They are in
valuable for Headache
aod all other Pains.
IF F IR S T B O X IS N O T S A TIS
F A C TO R Y , YO U R M O N rY W IL L
B E R K FU N D K D .
BRING D ESIR ED R E L IE F .
" I ha** ueed Dr. Milas' Aatl-PUn
Pill» for soma time and Sad them
an lave! ue bln remedy for headache.
I have always taken treat pleasure
hi recommending them to - T
friende, being confident that th*f
will bring the deelred relief. I a®
never without them and uee them
for all attack* of pain, knowing
that they will not dieappolnt me.
MRS. W . H
W i t Haven. Conn.