4 THE FALLS CITY NEWS. MAItGH’ 27, l'.»15 N O T IC E O F E L E C T IO N NOTICE IS HEREBY G IV E N , That on Monday, the 5th day o f April, 1916, in tin* city o f Falls City, Folk County, State o f Oregon, the A N N U A L G E N E R AL CITY ELECTION will hi' held for the purpose o f electing the following officers and voting upon the following measures (herein designated by their balk't titles1 referred to a \ote o f the people by the city Council o f Falls City, Oregon, to wit; OFFICERS TO BE ELECTED 1. 2. 8. 4. 5. Mayor Marshal Auditor and Police Judge Councilman-at-large Three Councilmen MEASURES TO BE VOTED UPON FOR A N AM END M ENT to Section 5 of the charter o f Falls City, changing the date of the general city election from the first Monday in April o f each year to the First Mon day in December of each year, providing for the expira tion of the term of office o f certain officials o f said city, and providing an annual meeting of the city council on the first Monday in January o f each year; and repealing Sections 16 and 23 of the Charter of said city. Vote Yes or No. 300 YES 301 NO I y------------- FOR A N AM END M ENT to the charter o f Falls City. Oregon, amending Section 30 o f said charter, and providing the time and manner in which ordinances, resolutions, and franchises shall go into effect and become operative, and providing further for the exercise of the initiative ffnd referendum powers within said city. Vote Yes or No. 302 YES 303 NO FOR A N AM E ND M E NT to Section 51 o f the Charter of Falls City, giving the city the right to improve streets, al'eys and public squares, and providing for the filing o f written remonstrances against the making o f proposed improve ments, and providing for the construction o f bridges, and the repair thereof, out of the general fund o f said city, and authorizing a tax for that purpose. Vote Yes or No. 304 YES 305 NO FOR A N AM END M ENT to Section 63 of the Charter o f Fails City, providing for the collection of improvement assess ments, and incorporating into the charter o f Falls City provisions permitting the payment o f improvement assess ments, and assessments for laying o f sewers, under a bonding act in said amendment provided, and authorizing the issuance o f such improvement bonds, such bonding act being patterned after that certain Act of the Legisla tive Assembly o f the State o f Oregon commonly known as the “ Bancroft Bonding A ct” . Vote Yes or No. 306 YES 307 NO FOR A N AM END M ENT to Section 64 of the Charter of Falls City providing for the collection of delinquent improve ment assessments, defining the duties o f certain officers, and providing for the manner o f executing a warrant issued for the purpose o f collecting such delinquent assess, ments. Vote Yes or No. 308 YES 309 NO FOR A N AM END M ENT to sub division 28 o f Section 25 o f the Charter of Falls City providing a method for opening, laying out. extending, widening, and straightening, wholly or in part, any street, square or alley within Falls City, and for vacating the same; and providing a method for the appropriation, purchase, and condemnation by said city of real property for street and other public pur poses. Vote Yes or No. 310 YES 311 NO DIRECTION TO VOTERS; Mark your ballots by placing a cross (X) in tho space at the right of the number of the proposition for which you wish to vote. Said ELECTION will commence at Nine (9:00) O’clock in the morning o f said Monday, the 5th day o f April, 1915, and will run until six (6:00) o'clock in the evening o f said day, the polls being closed, however, between the hours o f one (1:00) settled, waiting for higher bidri; coffee, considerably mixed; fresh fish, active and slip|>ery; egg, quiet, but expected to open soon; whiskey, still going down; onion», strong; yeast, rising; breudsttiffs, heavy; boots and shoes, those cm the market are sold and constant ly going up and down; hats and caps not so high as last year, ex lD D J N G PLACE: Council Chambers, Officeof Falls City News.) cepting foolscap, which is station Dated ut Fulls City, Polk County, Oregon, this24th day o f March ery; tobacco, very k»w and has a A. D. 1915. I downward tendency; silver close but not close enough to get hold [ L. S. J G. O. CLEMENT, 'o f . " - E x . Auditor ai d Police Judge o f Falls City» Oregon. GOOD STORIES AND USEFUL INFORMATION. OPPOSES TAUNTING GERMANS, tion. But happen to get in the o'clock in the afternoon o f said day and two (2;<*0' o'clock in the a f ter noon of said day. The City Council o f Falls City, Onyon, has appointed tla> fol lowing Judgt and Clerks o f Flection, ai d designated the following place within said city o f Falla City as |H»lliiq place for said election, to w it: JUDGES OF ELECTION; J II Moyer. !>. L 'tte o d , Mrs. A. E. Seymour. CLERKS OF ELECTION: G. D Treat. Mr.- Wm. Hinshaw. .of th<*. bright young f e ' l o w ; In two tlnngs Tlic Youth'» Com is washing a window uttd he panion is first ami foremost—capital I a > u U od . Cuu*kl«r.ibK> «■uuuiiciii ban he will hand you a package that stories mu! useful information. B u h o p of c .^ iu W ould R c c o a n it. F o b ' s B ia v e r y . w av j w ho bey,, . « u m .1 hero Uvuuse lliu "b*bo,. I w i ,| n lu k e y o u r bkxal l H>il. But of (.'aleu!tu, I»r. 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Mieli Marquette Is be lloveil to bave u musical prodigy in the person of Theresa Mahoney, four-year old daughter of John !.. Mahoney and u pupil tu Ilio li Indurita rien of the III colt Reboot. Tho other day before her »«hoot teacher, a Marquette musk teacher and a small assemblage she performed the remarkable feat o f play Inc with ease and exprc-slon the alls of several classical and popular »elee flous. As she has never bud a day’s In structlon her performance on the piano « a s the cause of much astonishment. The child's playing Is not tliut of the usual child wttli musical Instinct who picks out the air with hut one finger. She uses ull five fingers of the right band, and when playing rarely glumes nt the- keybourd. One person present merely hummed an air and the j o i i n g ater played It without glancing at the keyboard of the piano. on the I" t i ! freight and th 1 win dow washer will likely be driving on«1 of the delivery w agons for the store. The presidents o f railroads and the managers >f big concerns are the fellows who in flowery day8 o f their youth acquired the habit o f returning soft and cour teous answers. 'I hat is one o f the reasons they bejame railroad presidents und managers of big concerns. The cub who knows more than the president o f the railroad w ill always I k * a cub. and the alecy window washer will still I k * polishing glass in the autumn time of his davs.— Ex. Girl Who 3at Still G iis $20 000. N ew York —In menmry of thè llttle girl who wem tl-lilng wlth bim fifteen fo rra ago. ami who u l« iys snt very still In file* boat v.hlle Ile ilreiv In liis linay catch, Jacob Il.vniiiti. a retlred Jewelry dealer, who ilied reeently. loft h ilf o f bis estate lo Misi Bertha R retaci» of Brooklyn. The glrl's sinne I estimati d nt nun • thuu 125,000. Boys, Read This THE YOUTH’S COMPANION. 142 Berkeley Street, Boston, Mass. New Subscriptions Received at this Office. The Office Devil The editor w as busy when he was asked: "H o w are the mar kets?” The man was referred to the office devil, who looked w ise and said: "Young men unsteady; girls lively and in demand; papa lirm, hut declining; mamas, tin- Good house for halo in Falls City, part time. Enquire ut News office. Correspondents wanted hi every neighborhood io this section n! me c »untry. if REAL ESTATE FOR SALE J No. 1. 7 1-2 acres adjoining Falls City on County road. Good 7-room house, city water; barn and chicken park; young orchard in bearing, small fruit. All fenced TO OBSERVE RIPE OLIVE DAY and 3J acres in cultivation. No Fo od Q u a lit ie s of L u s c io u s C a lif o r n ia waste land. Time on part. F r u it W ill Be T o ld to th e W o rld . Sun Francisco. 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All of it— Action and information— is chosen and printed with the one aim o f leaving the reader better and witwr, if possible, than he was before. Hundreds of t lousands of readers will cheerfully sty that o f The Companion. How many periodicals can honestly Hay that of themselves? Only u hand ful. Test the mutter for yourself. Send for sample copies. Better yet. s *nd |2.00 for the 52 issues o f the coming year. You won’ t regret it. No. 2. . 80 acres mountain land, 1 1 miles out on County road. 25 acres in cultivation. 20 acres big second-growth fir. Good 5-room house, barn, outbuildings. Fruit, and berries; 125 prune trees. A l so, good team, wagon, harness and some household goods. Will give time on part. one. These are among the most desirable residences in the city. They are o f modern construction and desirably located. Reasona ble terms on part if desired. Will sell one or lioth. No. 9. 20 acres i miles from town. Good 6-room house and outbuildings. 15 acres in cultiva tion; l j aetjes in apples, 2) acres in peaches, cherries, pears and straw berries. Plenty o f wood for fuel. No. 10- Six lots 50x160, three room.house, hen house, some fruit and strawberries. Cash and terms. No. 3. 35 acres near town. 15 in cultivation. Good 8-roorn house barn and henhouse. Bearing or chard. Some good second-grow th fir. Time on part. No. 11. 130 acre ranch, (X) acres in cultivation, 25 in timber balance slashed. 12 acres in hops. Good house and hop house, barn and other outbuildings. No. 4. 10 acres J mile from town; all fenced, 8J in cultivation, 6-rccm louse partly finished, good barn. Can be bought at a bar gain. No. 12. 17 acres, 10 in cultiva tion, 5 room house, barn and chicken house. T vv o springs, water piped to house, hot and cold water and hath. 6 acres in young orchard. 2 acres big second growth fir. Spring affords water sufficient to irrigate onehalf of the land. This land lays just out side o f the city limits o f Falls City. A bargain. No. 5. 150 acres in Lncoln Co., 5 miles fro.n railroad, on County road. Sn ail cabin and barn; l acres in cultivation and (?) more can be cultivated. 350 3-year old English walnut trees. Good spring that would furnishs fine water power. School 5 mile, 8 month term with contract for two more years. This will make an ideal stock and dairy ranch and can lie bought at a bargain. Terms. Have you ever noticed that the fellow that ru ns most o f the big concerns of the country are the ones who always return courteous answers. I f you address the president of a railroad he will lis ten attentively and make a decent reply. But you ask a civil ques tion o f the cub at a depot in a No. 6. 153 acres near tow n. country tow n and you will get a Good house and barn. Will sell smart and flipping reply. Go into all or divide to suit buyer. a big city store and ask for the manager. He will talk pleasantly No. 8. Two good 8-rootn houses and give vou the desired informa- and lots, some fruit trees with No. 13. 12 acres 1J miles from town, all under fence and in culti vation; 8-room house and barn. This place can be sold one-third cash, purchaser to assume mort gage now on the place. Can give you a bargain. For further information, call on or write to D. L Wood, Falls City, Oreg.