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TO GIVE EXHIBITION j
,n :t., ,
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Topper-
vein,, tho celebrated mnrjismen,
-will give an exhibition of expert
and fancy shooting; on the Brat-1
tain tract East Main Street,'
orV Thursday, September 23. j
sit will be a revelation to all'
oijuie wonucriui possioumes oi
modem arms and ammunition
in the hands of the greatest ex
perts. Mr. Topperwein is the
acknowledged dean of fancy and
trick shots, and his many feats
are of a highly sensational char
acter. Mrs. Topperwein has no
equal ampng women for adopt
Steven A. Lnmlori), of llluo. Ulvor, Oru
gun; Albert II. Auainnu, ot Itluu Ulv
or. Oregon; William Noiiboth, of llluo
Ulvor. Oregon; Peary O'llrlen, ot llluo
J. M. UPTON,
N0Vj!lQE OF ASSESSMENT FOR THE
IMPROVEMENT OF "Q" STREET
Ifolleo In hereby given to tho own
ers of properly llablo for tho Improve-
meirt of "0" utraot from Eighth utroot
to tliu wont lino of tho llrnttnln ciitnto,
in Springfield, Oregon, that on Sop
'tomber 13, 1915, tho Common Council
pnnod Ordinance No. 410 levying nn
nxnosBinont for tho Improvomont ot tho
'mU street by grading and inncadam
Uliifc, unit tho Raid nasossiuout wno
entered upon tho Docket of Town
Llena on tho 16th day 0t September,
I ny the tortus of tho charter tho said
.assessment in now duo mul must ho
.paid on or hoforo tho lfith day of Oc
Itober. 1015, or tho property will bo
sold tor the payment thereof;
uess in shooting. Ladles are es- incredible score and the tromen-: Co., has bought line from Glen-, fofl0 0w..e? of nnV property u
-pecially urged to go and witness 'dous Btrain of such incessant itula to Gnrdiner.
! seised for such Improvomont In the J
iior natmiicthhip skill with shot-, shootintr. It Is unlikely thnt. this Gaston 3.S00 boxes neaches mini of $25 or more, nt any tlmo with
gun, rifle and pistol. Admission record will ever be beaten. Isold from 30 acres here. ! Jn'ton days .actor th nrst , I"'1'''"0"
vVbe free to all. ! Mr. Topperwein is the origin-! Alsea-I. O O. F. lodge . erects ZMt.
Some Idea of the unusual, ator. of many marvelous fancy two-story building 4S by GO foot. to nio with tho Town Recorder a writ
character of the exhibition given and trick shots and also of the ! St. Johns Stovo Factory re-; ten application to pny tho said assess
by the Topperweins will be gain-, feat of drawing the heads of In- sumes operations. . . mmt in ten annual instalments, in nc
d from the followinc remarks: .dian cheifs and other pictures Coos County to Vote in No-, C0E "L. " . rfAV.Lr
Adolph Topperwein, the greatest with bullets shot from a rifle, vember on $370,000 good roads 1
erty, and amount ot usaossmont nru ;
living fancy and flying target Rifle shooting is not his only ac- bond issue. as follows:
shot with a rifle, represents, the quirement, as he does wonderful Eastabrook Co., assembling 'c "H rn
Winchester Repeating Arms Co., work also with revolver, pistol. 00,000 ties for shipment at , J.' 1 ""H'ooi i
and lives in Can Antonio, Texas, and shotgun. . Brondbent, Coos county. , j'ot 3 Mnry iMmnt ' ' '. '. ', ', .' '. .' . 2o!oi i
His native state has loner been, Mrs. Topperwein. who also re-i Redmond will rebuild large Lot 4. (Jennie Vogl 20.01
is the first new
noted fOr its expert shooters and presents the Winchester Repeat
this penchant for shooting ing Arms Co., is undoubtedly the
nmontr Texans. added to his ua-: uremier lady shot of the world.
tural ability, undoubtedly nc- Although she took up shooting town on the O. W. R. & N. Co.,
counts for the wonderful skill he ; only a few years ago, she has j extension in Harney cpunty.
displays. He uses no special (startled the shooting world and j Hubbard letting contract for
equipment, but ordinary Win-) entertained many thousands of! $15,000 school house.
Chester rifles, shooting regular i people by her great skill with Warrenton Streets on fifty
cartridges with solid ball or, in, rifie, shotgun and pistol. Shoot-jblocks vacated and $4,000 ex
other words, cartridges such as ing comes natural to her aslpended preparing land for fac
are sold by all dealers. He shoots 1 without seeming difficulty she ! tory sites,
at oranges, apples, bits of coal jmasters various kinds of shoot- Wondburn voted $40,000 high
or brick, walnuts, small marbles, ing quickly. school bonds,
empty cartridge shells, and 1 Her . first public appearance I Salem Flax industry to bring
many other tiny objects, which vas at the World's Fair in St. i 250 Belgian families to this part
are all thrown into the air and Louis, where, with a Winchester of the state. 7
hit with either rifle or revolver, j automatic rifle, she broke 967 j Heppner Light & .Water Co.
In the most remarkable exhi- out of 1,000 2 1-2 inch flying builds power line to lone and,
hltion of rifle shooting ever giv-; targets; and later 1,995 out of Lexington,
en, Mr. Topperwein shot for ten 2,000 with a straight run of 1437. Klamath Falls reducing fixed
days at 72,500 2 1-4 inch wooden I 1 charges to get lower taxes
two years ' ''ot c c' Alberta llrnttnln .. 20.01
', Lot 0. nnd Francis Drown).. 10.CI
. 1 Lot 7, Vina MncLcun 10.B0 I
uoi a. vina iiacL,oun .......... ly.oi
Lot 0, V. II. Pol In nl and T. Slkes.19.C0
Lot 10. cfo E. M. Parsons) .. 2S.05
Lot 2, Krnost C. nnd 19.2G
Lot 3 Sadlo A. Nicholson. . . . 18.12
Lot 4, Same 18.12
Lot t, Josso 1 Wyckoft 18.12
Lot 0. Josso I Wyckoft ........ 20.01
Lot 7, GcorKO W. Kotchum .... 20.01
Lot 8, George W. Kotchum .... 20.01
Lot 9. Jacob A. Schwarzon ..... 20.01
Lot 10. Jacob A. Schwarzon .... 27.SC
Lot 11. W. P. Wilson 27.C0
Lot 12. W. P. Wilson 20.01
Lot 13, Uenry Pholan 20.01
Lot 14. Henry lhclan 20.01
Lot 15. II. J. Morton 20.01
Lot 1C, H. J. Morton 18.12 j
LiOi it, onmuei u. scou is.i-
Lot 18, Samuel II. Scott 18.12
Lot 19. Samuel It. Scott 19.2G
ONE DAY ONLY
Wednesday, September 22
Limit of Ten Sacks to a Customer
hlocks thrown into the air by an INDUSTRIAL NOTES Entenmse Logging started . " ?f ,iiVT'
assistant, .missing only 9 out of Salem, Sept. 20. The State for new sawmill
the entire lot. Duriner the shoot- eamnaiirn to build un industries men.
ing, he made straight runs of and payrolls and hold down tax- anuy citizens petition to con
14,540, 13,599, 13,292, 13,2i9 ation and taxeaters is still on. nect paving with Portland city
and 10,383. He used two Win- Heppner Masonic lodge is to paving.
Chester Automatic niles and soon start erecting a nan uunu
Winchester cartridges, and the ing.
loading of the rifles was done by Florence Pacific Telenhone
to cninlov 0 Lot 1Io,r8 !'- J- Bo,,or 20 05
to employ au Lol 12i era p J Bollor lu 50
Lot 13, Grace EX MoRlailry .... 19.51
Lot 14, Uraco K. MaRladry 19.50
I-ot 15, Lloyd and Vanco IIowo.. 19.51
Lot 16, Lloyd and Vanco Howu..
Lot 17, Lloyd and Vanco Howe.
Lot 18, J. 11. nnd Thea H. Hull. .
Lot 19, J. 11. nnd Thea A. Hell.
Lot 20, J. II. and Thea A. Hell.
Ml ot tho aforesaid lots and blocku
aro In Wnshbnrno's subdivision of tho I
SprlriKflold Investment ana rower
Company's nddltlon to tho Town of
SprhiRllold, In Lima County, Oregon.
Onto of first publication, September
IIKRUBRT E. WALKER.
WE GIVE AWAY
March 19, 191 6 Value $150
What seemed to us
to be a question is
now a gratifying
success. It pays to
bo liberal with our
Since ve first an
nounced that we
would give away
l.his beautiful Col
Grafonola to some
one of our custom
ers on March 19,
1916,. our business
has shown a big in
crease. Of course
the unusual values
which we are' offer
ing have' helpe to
make this increase,
anil wo shall con
tinue along these
Be sure and ask
for your Grafonola'
votes with every
To the first sixty who enroll as contestants will be
given a souvenir and 5000 votes. Come in at once and let
us explain how you can win. '
.RULES OF CONTEST.
No name ot contestant will 9.
No name ?of contestant will
Etory contestant fiets a cred
it of ?20.00 in Premium De
posit Checks to start with.
Every contestant gets a num
ber. ;i ,
Standing of contestantc' mini;
, hers, published weekly af
ter organization Is complet
ed. All Checks must be deposited,
Checks can not be solicited
in or about the store.
Color . ot Premium Deposit
Checks will bo changed
monthly and must be depos
ited weekly, to count.
Checks are transforrablo only
4 before depositing.
Contestants - having largest
number of.Peposit on Mar.
10, 191C, win premiums in
order ot their standing.
All parties to a tie shall par-,
No church, school, Jodgo, so
ciety, or public institution
can bocome a contestaniudi-.
Tie checks in packages with, .14. ,No niflraber of tho Arm, 'em
your number and amount on plo'ye'e or relative of either
'top;.llp only. can boa. contestant.
eaver-Mernaon Hardware Go.
ALL FOR SCHOOL WARRANTS
1 School district No. 19 ot Springfield,
1 Oregon, hereby calls for payment all 1
warrants of said district up to and
including warrant No. 525. Interest
ceases on date ot this notice. Dated
I this 15th day of September, 1916.
j A. P. McKINZEY, Clerk.'
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior.
Made in Springfield
Patronize the Payroll of Your Home Town
r. S. Land Office at Itosoburg, Ore
gon. September 141915.
Notice Is hereby given that Itlchard
G. Hall of Blue Hiver. Oregon, who, on
October 14, 1910, made Homestead En
try. Serial No. 00070. for the NVj of
SEVt, SHVi of 3EV, nnd NEW of
SW4 ot Section 1. towwdilp IC S. !
Range 4 E. WJIlametto Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to make Final
Five-year rroof, to establish claim to
the land ahove described, beforo I. JP.
Hewitt, lT. S. Commissioner, at his of-1
nee, at Eugene, uregon, on uie ujni
day of October, 1915. -Claimant
names as witnesses:
Donald Young and
L. L. Ray announce the
formation of the law
firm of Young" & Hay,
with ofilces over the
Loan & Savings Bank,
House of Quality
When you want good candy
call at Egglmann'a Candy Kit
chen. Best by Test.
Eggimnn's' Candy Kitchen
For good values,
For good broad,
Use Ilakoro nil il Knoxall Flour.
All kinds ot Feed cheap.
Will do teed chopping for $1.50 n ton.
SPRINGFIELD FLOUR , MILLS
For Sale, Bent, Wanted, Etc.
FOR SALE At a bargain dose
in residence lot. Browning
vw-.,-., , . , w
FOUND Iii our store, purse con
taming cneclc and coin. Pay
for this notice and call and get
same. Cox & Cox, Springfield
FOR SALE-One new 17-ft. ce
; dar boat,' for $i'G, or, will trade
, for agood bicycle or wood de
livered' Enquire, Springfield
'Phqhe 130W3. 4-5
FOR SAliB OR TRADE- New
six room bungalow tow im
proved lot 50x150, trees, out
side city limits, city water,,
sewerage, wir.ed for electric
lights, one bldck from mac
ada,m street. 'WJ11- trade fOr
Springfield property, Address
E. R, Sjenqer, 'Cottage Grove
Bread, Plea, Cakes, Cookies, etc.
Wedding and Party Cakes a
S. Young, - Proprietor
IF YOU HAVE NEVER TRIED
The Springfield Creamery
CHAS.' BARKMAN, Manager
Springfield Planing Mill
sash, noons, .mouldings, brackets,
TUHN1NO, STAIK llUILUINap. ,
Extension Tables, Drop Loaf Tables, UIlrcak
fast Tables, Kitchen Cublnots, Cupboards, ,
Safes, Step Ladders, Fruit Doxos -"erry
Crates, Folding Clotbos Hacks.
SPENDS ITS MONEY AT HQME :
Try is and bQ convincetVthat it pays to
patronize homo Industries. ' ,
For ligfit, hent and power.
"Made In Springfield."
Oregon Power Co t
The Lane County News divided Us
expenditures last year, thus:
Supplies bought outsido of Spring
field, .Including paper and now
machinery j,.,.., 20,4 p. C.
Supplies bought In Springfield, in- '
eluding rent, etc '19,1 p. C.
Payroll, entirely in Springfield goa5 n c.
80 Spent, at Horife
Ajiother Sprliigfleld lndustryto
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