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FALLS CITY NEWS
FALLS CITY. OREGON. SATURDAY. JUNE 8, 1918
Charles M. Youngs departed
this life Saturday evening, June
1. 1918. Funeral services were
held from the Christian church
at 2:00 o’clock Monday afternoon
by Rev. Stephens, assisted by A.
H. Dodd and E-A-LsDOw, friends
of the deceased.
Charles M. Youngs was born
near Scranton, Pennsylvania in
the year 1849. In the year 1871
he was united in marriage to Miss
Mott. In 1890 he came to
making Falls City Ids
'Lydia Ann Rogers. His wife and boss
home. Of the eight children that
made happy this marriage only
w, A Yankee Speculator. ............................. George Paul three will ever miss a kind father
as five of the eight passed in early
An Authority on Atmosphere ... Harold Wagner infancy. There are living to share
American Artist in P a ris.......... Harold Beard this sorrow his faithful compan
Esther Cleveland ion, his son Murton C. Youngs,
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Perrin, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Perrin, his brothers
l Mabel Hunter
75c to $1.50 per*. ^ jn ..............................................
Walter Bowman sisters in the east and a host
J* no o«r work.
maid • ..................................................... ........ Lurena Treat
As a tribute to this man’s life,
he was persistently faithful in the
Various writer« have depleted this discharge of his duty, and in the
war as a test of democracy, to de
termine whether democracy can ad passing of Mr. Youngs the com
just Itself to an emergency so that by munity loses a splendid citizen.
A Romance of the North Carolina Hills will be
presented by the Senior High School Class at
• Wagner’s Hall To-Night
Cast of Chiraotors
WHY W E ARE
AT WAR WITH
attP H R A IM D O U G LASS A D A M S
fx g c u tlvg Head, Hlatory Depart
L tla n d Stanford Junior U n ive rsity
" T h e eb je ct s f t h l s «nar la to d a liv a r
t r a fra « p ao p iaa of t h a w a 'i< T t ro n i th #
r ra n a e a a n d th a a c t u a i p o w a r a f a v a a t
m ilita r), aatafe llah m ant c o n t r o ll a i b y a n
Ir r a a p o n a lb la g o v o r n m . n t , w h lc h , h a v ln
a a e ra tly e ia n n a d t o d o m l r l t o th o ararli
to c a r r y o u t t h o p ia n w it h o u t
p ro c o oo
o d a oa
r a o a r g t it h a r to th a a a c ra d o b llo a t le n a
tf ' ■ tra a tjr o r tha
th a ' lo n p -a a t a b lla h a d p rac
tleaa a n d lo n g - c h a r l a h id p rln e lp la a of In
t o m o t io n o l a c tio n t r d h o n o r ; . . . T h la
p o w a r la r o t th o H a r m a n p aopla.
th a r u th la a a m u t a r o f th o Q a r m a n poo.
ilo. . . .
It lo o u r b uatn oaa to to o ta
I t h a t th a h la t o r y of th o root o f th o
w o rld la n a lo n g e r loft to Ita h a n d li n g . "
— R r t a l d a n t W lla o n , A u g u a t JT, 1*17.
sheer efficiency It shall at least equal
the efficiency of a military autocracy,
and assert that on this ground alone
the future government of all the na
tions of the world Is at stake. Will
A family reunion was held June
Crgoks. the British labor leader, says
this war "is a people s war. We are all 2nd, at the home of Wm. Bohle in
In It, the man at the village pump and honor of his brother, E. H. Bohle
In the fields, the blacksmith. the car
penter and Joiner, the shipwright, and |of Long Pine, Nebraska, whom he
the man of leisure. We are standing had not seen for twenty years.
together because we are fighting for
Those present were:
E. H. Bohle, Long Pine, Neb.
Yes. this war Is one in which Ideals
of government, of Individual liberty, Mr. and Mr«. F. A. Bohle and
of civilisation Itself are In conflict. daughters, Misses Lena and Elen-
Democracy Is lined up Sgsmst autoc
racy. The war Is In abeoluts fact a ora, of Lebanon. Ore. Mr. and
war of Ideals. But we are not fight Mrs. Wm. Bohle and son Freddie
ing to impose our Ideals upon any of Falls City, Ore. Mr. and Mr?.
nation. What we are fighting for.
H. Riedsel, Salem, Ore. Mr. and
In ' making the world safe for democ
racy.” la to prevent a m ilitary autoc Mrs. Frank Lathrop and children,
racy from imposing Hs authority and Earl, George, Nina and Erma, of
its ideals upon us. We are ready to
Aumaville, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. K.
keep on minding our own business
and to let other nations do the same Lathrop and children. Opal, Eve-
A military autocracy that proposes lin, of Aumsville, Ore.
to conquer the world must be de Mrs. Chas. Robinson and children.
feated. to the point where tt renounces
meddling with other nations, great or Carrol and Lucille, Salem, Ore.
small, or there Is no peace In the Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bohle and son
That la the Issue at stake, Lorin, Lebanon. Ore.
and In tt rests our safety and the
safety of the world.
Another school year has round
ed out with its attendant pleasures
perhaps, we greet, in this body of
students the great men and wo
man of to-morrow, those who
must assme positions of great
responsibility. For this, if no
other reason, our institutions of
learning should be guarded with
Nine students were awarded
diplomas at the commencement
exercises Wednesday night. An
interesting program was rendered.
Those receiving diplomas were:
Requires flriany Changes
M aigueritte Dorman
U R Stocks are Fairly complete:
with new Underwear, new
Ginghams, new Sheet Fabrics, j
and new Hosiery.
Friday evening the Domestic
Science Kiris gave a surprise party
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aur-
land in honor of Miss Miller, the
D. S. and A. teacher of Falls City
school. A song and yells compos
ed by the girls in honor of Miss
Miller was given as they entered.
The girls presented Miss Miller
with a beautiful piece of Commu
nity silver with D. S. engraved on
i t Games were played and every
one had a jolly time. Those pres
ent were Fay Hughes, Lota Brad
ley, LaVita Howell, Gertrude
Watzling, Choral Howell, Mrs.
Lowe, Jeannette Brown, Mrs.
Brown, Mabel Murphy, Mr. and
Mrs. Aurland, Mabel Teal, and
i Get your F ru it. Jars and Trimmings
From us. Complete Stocks
! SELIG’S. Cash Price Store,
Meeting and Beating Competition
Who Do You Owe?
DEMOCRACY VERSUS AUTOCRACY
It la commonly «aid that thla war
ta one In which America waa forced
to take part in order to "make the
world safe for democracy.”
Sooner or later nearly everyone has a debt on their hands.
dora the phrase mi-an?
It may be for borrowed capital or it may be the result of a
The theorlee and acta of the Gar
rí.an military autocracy definitely deny
The residence of W. M. Bla'ik,
backset or misfortune but it happens to almost everybody.
the right of the people of a state to
in the south part of town, was
But there is a debt everyone owes. You owe yourself a
rule themselves. The German people,
destroyed by fire Thursday after
financial competency. Everyone should try to manage tojpay
tn aplte of forma of government that
noon. Mrs. Black, it is stated,
make a pretense of popular control,
this debt. It is no easy obligation to meet. It will take your
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Riedsel, Salem
have no such actual control over their |
was cooking some kind of spray
T h is Is th« fifth of a i« rl« s of t«n
whole energy and your continued effort. But above all vou
governors as exists in democratically
Ore. Mr. Floyd McQuinn, Salem,
for the garden and it boiled over
the assistance of a good reliable bank like ours. We
m .irgfenlxed /latlons
tn those nations artici*« by Profoaaor Adams.
1 Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Von
the governors con be removed by a
scalding her hands. She went to
you pay this debt and will be glad to do it.
Gaul, Jr. Independence, Ore. Mr.
vote of the people In a general elec
get something to put on the burns
and Mrs. Floyd Blackmon and
tion; in Germany the people have not
with LOCAL Arr-LICATIOVC. as the;
and the mass took fire and soon
cannot reach the scat of the disease. Ca daughter Amy, West Redding,
The aristocracy of Germany under tarrh Is a blood cr constitutional disease
spread throughout the house.
In order to cure It you must take In Conn. Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Faulk
stand this difference, and are afraid and
The fire alarm was sounded and
ternal remedies. Hall's Catarrh C tra il
I the spread of democracy tn Gar- taken Internally, and acta directly upon ner and Kenneth and Miss Delila.
fire brigade responded prompt
yn y. The whole, much-admired "effl- the blood and m ucous surfaces. I-a.lt Salem, Ore. Miss Muriel Hayes,
Cure Is not a q u a c k tnedlc.ne. I!
the building was a seeth W W S S S S SS S t S S S S S S S S S S t S S S S S H S S S H S S S S t S S t M S S S W »
Jency" of Germany la primarily due Catarrh
was prescribed *y one of the best phy- and Mr. Maurice Hayes, Dallas,
to a desperate and constant effort by elclans In this country for years and Is
ing mass of flames before water
tW t M S H S S S S M M S S S I S S S M M S S H S S S S S S H S S t M M
a regular prescription. It ts composed 0. Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilder,
Germany's rulers to divert the German the
best tonics known, combined with the
was turned on. So rapidly did
peorle from thoughts of self govern best blood purifiers, acting directly or. the Salem, Ore.
the fire spread that it was impos
ment. by offering them material pros mucous surfaces. The perfect combina
HOW ABOUT THAT
tion of the two Ingredients Is what pro-
Refreshments which consisted
perity. And the rularé have suc durci
sible to save anything and the
such wonderful results In curing
of a basket lunch was served un
ceeded One of the cagaes of thla catarrh, «end for teaUmontals. free.
mar mas the necessity, by still fur r. J. CHENEY &. CO.. Props.. Toledo. O. der the evergreens near the family was not only rendered
homeless, but nothing remained
ther "glorious acquisition of terri
X»ke nail s Family Fills for constipation.
tory," to bush the murmurlngs of
except the clothes worn.
political discontent tn Germany. Vic
tory In war. every so often. Is a nec
P oae* on E arth.
essity of the German system "It ts
. CAMP FIRE BIRLS
Teac# on earth would mean th« llb-
tor social as much as for national
and political reasons that we must
The Campfire girls held their
Tuesday was Class Day, in
fix our ralnde Incessantly upon war." est and noblest achievement* of which
"Success is necessary to gain Influ human nature la capable. It would regular business meeting at the charge of the Seniors. The fol
ence over the masses," wrote Bern-
literature, aclence, philosophy and re home of Mrs. Richard Paul last lowing program was rendered:
hardl: and General Von Biasing, Just ligion—In short, culture In its best
Friday evening. After the busi
before his death, wrote a "Political
sense aa the spontaneous unfolding of ness meeting the girls made quilt Music—O rchestra
FO R S A L E BY
Testament." since largely circulated tn
the powers of personality. — David
\ Germany, tn which he argued for the Jayne Hill In Century.
Mrs. Paul served the Class Will—M argueritte Dorman
retention of Belgium, because, unless
Violin solo—Treval Powers
girls with ice cream and cake.
it were annexed, the prestige of the
Clas6 song—Lurena Treat
m ilitary autocracy would receive a
To put the elbowa on the table is to
Thursday some of the Campfire
confeaa Indifference to rule* of eti
Are we—are t
At, y-th en fight
and High school girls and Boy
Velma Goodspeed «• • • • • S S S t S S S I S S I S I S S S H S S S H S H S S S I I M I M M M M H S l
ing to impose I
V / Vmany a dif quette. This attitude should remain pe Scouts climbed M t Bean. They
ferent system; 4
H W S t S S S SM M S S S S SS S t s s t g s s s s s s M M t M I M M M M SM
Class song—Senior Class
making the wono safe for democ inated. Those who observe the de- had a jolly time and a good lunch.
Class farewell- Lurena Treat
Ellhu Root says that American their laps when not employed with the
“ Our Dear Old High’’—School
knife and fork.—Pittsburgh Pre««.
democratic Ideals Include "liberty not
dustrial picnic in the City Park.
for themselves alone but for all who
C. J. BRUCE, Proprietor.
The Campfire girls and Boy Scouts
Hie Trifling Mistake.
are oppressed " Lloyd George asserts
that If all countries had been demo
the Park where games were
cratically organized, thla war would baby show-, —But. good gracious: Thla w atha.”
not have taken place; that this wsr la not my baby, air! Checktaker—Very
played. The big event was din
will determine not merely interna sorry, madam. If* the last left. The
ner. A fter eating ice cream
tional relations, but will affect the checks got mixed up somehow. But
was a potato race between
Uvea of peoples within fhetr'suin'no
had a fine time.
tions, for generations to come; that —London Answers.
representatives of the four class
this war la to end In "International
es. The Senior representative
tn liberty, equal-
T it For Tat.
Miss Eva Chappell has received won, the Freshman representa
He—Tou a«' 9 : consult my wishes In
Will buy your Beeves, Veals, Hogs and Chtekens.
tty. and fraternity, between nations,
She—Well, you her ceremonial gown.
great and small. General Smuts, for ordering the meal*
tive being second. There was a
CALL AHD GIVE US A TRIAL.
WE WILL PLEASE YOU.
merly a soldier against Great Britain never consult the market reports In
tug-of-war between the Seniors,
In South Africa, says that the essence providing an allowance for the house
Don’t forget to bring in news Freshmen and the rest of the
of thla war la the question whether hold.—Richmond Tlmes-Dlspatch
government« should be founded on
items, or drop them in our “ news high school, in which the latter
F A L L S C IT Y M E A T M A R K E T
military might or on “principle« of
The wag«e of sin ar* always paid. box” at the postoffice. We appre- won
About three o’clock the.
equity. Justice, fairness and equality.” If there la any delay In settlement com-
, ciate them.
bunch disbanded, tired but happy
pound Interest ta added .
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