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F A L L S S IT Y N E W S
FALLS CITY OREGON. SA TU R D A Y. JUNE 3, 191«
The Printer Who Aims To Please
J. J. HILL; GREAT
Our M«r«hant Marin«.
It seems inevitable that Mr. |
FINANCIER DEAD | Wilson
is to be renominated. No;
Being frequently censur’d
Th« Pr«ald«nt And
Son, Louis W. Hill Likely
to Succeed in Control
Attempt to Ward Off OMfft
eratteRfc Fill. Steok Is firent
Kaak Traaafarrad fa tan
and corruptly educated that good
things are not encouraged. 1 have
» V ft M A S K L I
known a very numerous Impression
I Hr print*«] frulli the r»n».ri*»rii*
Hood's Songs go off in this
| Province at 2a. per Book, in leas than
Twelvemonth, when a small Quan
other candidate ¡ b seriously men demn’d by differnt Persons for^ rin t- a tjty
o f L>avU,.| ' F » a j m s (an excellent
tioned, arm all Mr. Wilson’s recent Things which they say ought not to V eriion, h. ve Uin upon my Hands
utterances make clear that he be printed. 1 have Home tune* th ou gh t, above twiM the Time.
it might be necessary to make a stand
10. That notwithstanding w hat
has assurances enough to make ing Apology for myself, and publish
might be urg’d in behalf o f a
' him certain. His main comfort 1 it once a Year, to be read upon all Man’s being allow’d to do in the
Much Way o f his Business whatever he
|must be the hope that Colonel Occasions o f that Nature.
Butineva ha* hitherto hindered the is paid for, yet Printers do con
Roosevelt will elect him either by
executibn o f this Design but having tinually discourage the Printing
himself being nominated or bolt very lately given extraordinary Of- of great Numbers of bad things,
again and run on a ticket of his fence by printing an Advertisement and stifle them in the Birth. I
own; and that other fact that the with a certain N. B at the End o f i t , ' my self have constantly refused
I find an Apology more particularly ; print anything that might coun-
rank and file of his party will, as requisitc at this Juncture, tho’ it ^nance Vice, or promote Immor
O u r Grocery 1Priices
Are Unequaled In Falls City.
St. Haul. Minn. May 2 9 .- James
L a r g e fu ll size h ig h g r a d e S o u r K r a u t
J. Hill, aged 7H years died here
today of an illness caused by in
F a n c y T a b le P ea c h e s, P e r can
ality; tho by complying in such
testinal catarrh of several years usual, vote their ticket straight,
happens when 1 have not yet Leisure J
w i t h
corrupt Taste of
A n e x c e lle n t g r a d e C a ts u p , p e r b o ttle
I might have got
i But in the campaign there will be to write such a Thing in . the proper , ^ ......... M U ajority
More than any other one man,
3 P a c k a g e s Q u a k e r c o m fla k e s
some ugly questions confronting Form, and can only in a ' loose man- much Money. I have also always ;
he has aided in the upbuilding of
him. Four years ago his party ner Ihrow those Considerations to refus’d to print such things as
P e a n u t B u tte r , per pound
gether which should have been the) might do real Injury to any Per
the great Northwest. The ‘ ‘em
platform was pledged to maintain
pire builder” and financier his
A v e ry fa ir g r a d e bu lk r o a s t co ffe e a t, lb.
the Panama canal free from tolls
I request ail who are angry with | solicited, and tempted with Offers
wealth is rated in the hundreds of
for American coasting vessels. me on the Account o f printing things of Great Pay; and how much so
T r y W h it e M o u n ta in F lo u r , a pure
millions—became gravely ill only a
After his inauguration he never they don’ t like, camly to consider ever I have by refusing got the
few days ago and operations of
ard w h e a t a t , p er sa ck
$ 1 .6 5
Ill-Will of those who would have
rested until the same tolls were these following Particulars.
Friday and Saturday failed to
laid upon American coasting ships
Sunshine. V a lle y F lo u r
1. That the Opinions o f Men
1 .3 0
.. . _
e len under the Resentment of large
check the infection which had re
o f Men for refu8lng a*b.
passing through the canal that almost as various as their L aces; an
sulted and gradually lost strength
are laid on all other ships. He Observation general enough to be- wlutely to print any of their Party
losing consciousness late Sunday
gave to congress as a reason for come a common Proverb, So many I or Personal Reflections. In this
night and remaining in a state of
Manner I have made my self
his demand that certain foreign Men so many Minds
coma until life passed at 930 Mon
many Enemies, and the constant
countries had complained of the
has chiefly to do with Men's Opinions: Fatigue o f denying is almost in
discrimination against their ships
S till p re v a ils on L a d ie s sh o e s a n d O x fo r d s ,
S u p ply
most things that are printed tending supportable. But the Publick be
That absolute control of the First
and our coasting vessels.
to promote some, or oppose others.
y o u r sh o es n e e d s .
National Bank at St. Paul passed
A law nearly one hundred years
3. Thst hence arises the peculiar whenever the poor Printer hap
from Mr. Hill to his son, Louis,
old has prevented any foreign Unhappiness o f that Business, which pens either through Ignorance or
two weeks ago became knowm to
ships from trading between our l other Callings are no way liable to; much Persuasion, to do any thing
that is generally thought worthy
day following the death of Mr.
home ports, as between New York they who follow Printing being scarce of Blame, he meets with no more
and New* Orleans or New York able to do any thing in their way ° * j Friendship or Favour on the above
and San Francisco. That made it getting a Living, which shall not Account, than if there were no
OREGON TRIBUTE IS PAID
possible to create our great mer probably give Offence to some, and Merit in’t at all. Thus, as Waller
chant fleet -greater in tonnage perhaps to many; whereas the Smith, says,
Jams* i. Mill State s Bait Frisnd, than Great Britain’s merchant the Shoemaker, the Carpenter, or Poet« lot* half th« P ratu they would hare got
the Man o f any other Trade, may Were it but known what they d itcrretly blot,
fleet-in the fifties, and has kept
work indifferently for People o f all Yet are censur’d for every bad
Salem, Or., May 29.- " T h e Em for us a little fleet ever since.
Persuasions, without oflending any Line found in their Works with
Now imagine a natural case. o f them; and the Merchant mav buy the utmost Severity.
pire of the Pacific Northwest owes
NOTICE OF SALE ON EXECUTION
by W. H. Boals and recorded on
I take leave to conclude with an
a debt of gratitude to this great Imagine an American ship loaded and sell with Jews. Turks, Hereticks
428 o f volume 3 o f the Rec
and Infidels o f all sorts, and get
builder, which words can scarce
Readers have heard before, and
By virtue o f a writ o f execu ord o f Satisfaction o f Mortgages
express,” said Governor Withy-
some have not.
tion against the real property o f said County.
combe today in commenting on the Great Britain protesting against out giving Offense to the most ortho
“ A certain well-meaning Man
Notice is hereby given that on
hereinafter described, duly issued
life of James J. Hill, who died
least Censure or 111 will on the Ac and his Son, were traveling by the County Clerk o f Polk MONDAY, the 19th day o f June,
today. “ Mr. Hill’s foresight, op
towards a Market Town, with an
count from any Man whatever.
timism and energetic ability rep spend a cent in the building of the
The County’ 0re» on> on the 17th day 1916, at the hour o f one o'clock
4. That it is as unreasonable in Ass which they had to sell.
of May, 1916, and to me.
me, the in the afternoon o f said day, at
resented the very finest spirit of
any one Man or Set o f Men to ex Road was bad; and the old M an1
f s a i d the front door o f the County
Western development. He was
pect to be pleas'd with every thing therefore rid. but the Son
Court House in the City o f Dal
Oregon’s best friend and a friend
that is printed, as to think that no a-foot. The first passenger they i
las, in said County, I will sell the
who utilized his colossal power for
body ought to be pleas'd but them met, asked the Father if he w’as
real property hereinabove des
real constructive good. He was
not ashamed to ride by himself,
at public auction to the
one of those great men who see
and suffer the poor Lad to w
e i ^
understand fundamental congress to heed Great Britain's Belief that when Men differ in Opin along thro’ the Mire; this induced gon for said County o f Polk on highest bidder for cash on day
things, and realizing that the West protest against our country’s dis ion, both Sides ought equally to have him to take up his Son behind him ;1the 16th day o f May, 1916, in a of sale, subject to redemption in
certain suit in the said Court the manner provided by law, for
would grow only as fast as its criminating in favor of our ships the Advantage o f being heard by the
Publick; and that when Truth and
^a(* no^ traveled far, when he wherein John T. Hughes was the purpose o f satisfying the
agricultural productivity increas in our local coast trade.
met others, who said,they are two
But what the president wanted Error have fay- Play, the former is
plaintiff and Alvah G. Lineback, said decree, with interest and
ed, he was always in the forefront
unmerciful Lubbers to get both;
costs o f sale.
encouraging scientific agricultural was not only to levy the tolls, but Hence they cheerfully serve all con- j on the Back o f that poor Ass, in i n j ^
h r * s t •
Dated this 17th day o f May,
to have repealed the law prohibit
tendimz Writers that pay
th* ! “ " f
" St* WaIter L- Tooze and
well, I such
“ Then* can be but one James J. ing foreign ships from trading without regarding on which side old Man gets off, and lets his Son rhu Arthur were defendants. 1916.
JOHN W. ORR,
Hill, and the magnitude of the between American ports. This they are o f the Question in Dispute. ride alone. The next they met ( Register No. 4813), which de
loss of Oregon and all the West was openly advocated by more
6. Being thus continually em called the Lad a graceless, rascal cree was given in favor o f said Sheriff o f Polk County, Oregon.
through the departure o f this wise than one of the president’s friends ploy'd in serving both Parties, Prin ly young Jackanapes, to ride in plaintiff and requires the pay-
leader will be realized more and while the measure to put the canal ters naturally acquire a vast Uncon- that Manner thro’ the Dirt, while ment o f certain sums of money,
sernedness as to the right or wrong
under toll was pending.
viz.. $637.58, with interest there
more from year to year.”
his aged Father trudged along on
But to a company of reporters Opinions contain’ d in what they print
on at eight per cent per annum
A high school play was giver
Foot; and they said the old Man
the president said that to pass regarding it only as the Matter of
from May 16. 1916, until paid. I at the Wagner hall Thursday
HENRY BANCROFT DEAD
their daily labor; They print things was a Fool, for suffering it. He
night by the students. The hous<
our coast ships free would in ef
full o f Spleen and Animosity, with then bid his Son come down, and am commanded to sell at public was very well filled with peoph
Henry Bancroft, an old citizen
fect be paying them an indirect the utmost Calmness and Indiffer
auction in the manner prescribed
and pioneer o f this place died
walk with him. and they traveled
and the proceeds from the saleol
Thursday at 12 o’clock o f consump subsidy which the platform con ence, and without the least III will on leading the Ass by the Halter; bv law the following described tickets netted $70. Excelleni
real property, towit:
tion. He had been confined to his demned.
to the Persons reflected on; who
music was furnished by the Higl
’till they met another Company,
home with illness for several
Now keep the above in mind nevertheless unjustly think the Prin
That tract or parcel o f land, School orchestra.
months and his death was not un- and then consider what the pres ter as much their Enemy as the who called them a Couple of sertse- being a part o f the Donation
The performance began at S:li
pected when the end came.
the first scene was in a dor-
ident has done regarding our mer Author, and join both together in ci * •
v. j . .
| Land Claim o f John Sheldon and
The deceased was born in Ohio
matory room in the Falls City
and had spent many years of his chant marine since the breaking
High School; and the next was
7. That it is unreasonable to im they had an empty ASSw,thth1m..fNo 41 „ Township 8 Soulh,
life in Michigan before coming to out o f the great European war
on the following day in a dorma
this country. He was a Union two years ago, when the need of agine Printers approve o f every thing
1 Range 6 West o f the Willamette tory room in the Falls City High
soldier during the Civil War. He such marine was made clear, and they print, and to censure them in old Man could bear no longer; My Meridian, in the County o f Polk Teck Department; the third act
any particular thing accordingly; Son, said he, it grieves me much
was 70 years o f age.
no other possible conclusion can
and State o f Oregon, and bound- which was the last was an even
The body was laid to rest in the
since in the way o f their Business that we cannot please all these
ing in South Hall o f Falls City
lot reserved for the Old Soldiers fairly be reached, except that he they print such great variety of People. Let me throw the
in the City cemetery. The pall wants no such marine, and is de things opposite and contradictory.
to-wit: Beginning at a point
The play was very good and
bearers were made up o f old termined that the building and It is likewise unreasonable what some over the next Bridge, and be no which is 32.00 chains South and the students were very efficient
troubled with him.”
veterans and ex-Spanish-American sailing of such ships shall never assert, "That Printers ought not to further
»I , .»
. 1 25,00 chains West from the North in the parts they took.
old Man been seen act- „ . ____ - . ,
be if he can help it. He has pro print any Thing but what they ap*-
east corner o f said Claim; thence
this last Resolution, he would
~ . u 1 b an . .
posed that some ships shall be prove;” since if all o f that Business ing
*, , . .
c . South 18 80 chains thence West
Quarterly meeting will be held
SERVICES AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH built and run on government ac should make ^uch a Resolution, and probably have been called a Fool
5.00 chains; thence North 18.80 at the Free Methodist church,
Rev. Howard McConnell of Dal count, but every time he has op, abide by it, an End would thereby for troubling himself about the
chains; thence East 5.00 to the commencing June 9. and continu
las will preach at the Christian
be put to Free Writing, and the different Opinions of all that were
church at this place Sunday after posed their running a day longer World would afterward have noth pleas’d to find Fault with him; place o f beginning, containing ing until the 11th. Elder W. J.
9.40 acres, more or less; subject, Johnston will be present. Every
noon at 3 o’clock. Everybody in than the time when Great Britain ing to read but what happen'd to be
Therefore, tho’ I have a Temper
and Germany can resume their
however, to the right o f the one cordially invited.
the Opinions o f Printers.
almost as eomDlying as his. I in
N. Welter, Pastor.
8. That if al| Printers were deter tend not to imitate him in this last public to travel and use. as an
Geo. W. Brentner and wife vis
Since Webster’s reply to Hayne- min’d not to print any thing till they
open and unobstructed roadway.
C. L. Starr of Port1 and has been
i Particular. I consider the Variety
ited in Independence last Sunday. the Democratic party has steadily
were sure it would offend no body, • T “
l i e n and ^ de. a ^ rip o f land 20 feet wide off appointed on the board o f regents
A. C. Fleming, a donkey fire fought against this country hav there would be very little printed.
. the North side o f said parcel o f o f the Oregon Normal school to
man at Spaulding’s got the thumb ing a merchant marine and no ex
9. That if they sometimes print
^ ef 81ilf e\e
, J ^
land; and excepting therefrom take the place of Col. E. Hofer.
o f his right hand crushed in shaft perience seems to be able to vicious or silly things not worth I shall not therefore leave off
ft g t -
, , . released resigned. Mr. Starr was at one
of engine Tuesday. The bone was change their minds.—Goodwin’s reading, it may not be because they Printing. I shall continue my .
time superintendent o f schools in
approve such things themselves, but Business. I shall not burn my Ior rsilroad purposes, as des- Pblk county and is well known in
broken and the flesh torn open
because the People are so viciously | press and melt my Letters.
[cribed in an instrument executed Falls City.
across ball o f the thumb.
10-Per Cent Discount
Selig’s Cash Price St( ire,
“ Meeting and Beating Competitior i” .
“ CATCHING CLARA”