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The Springfield News'
0. C. DIMM, WALTER R. DIMM
Editors and Publishers
Every Monday and
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Member of the Willamette Valley
THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1916.
EVERY LITTLE HELPS
Did you ever stop to consider
The Springfield Nown will ho
tisllvorod to its subscribers in
Springfield within the following
defined limits: west to Mill
Btrcot, north to 1C street, oast
to 12th street; south to Wlllam
otto heights. K the carrier
misses you, phono 2, ami toll Us
about It, ami wo will sea that
you get a copy.
MANY SCHOOL PUPILS
SHOW LITERARY TALENT
'A Trip, to Seattle" as First of Series
of Compositions to Be Pub
lished In the News
"A rn in RnniMn " wrlltnn l,v Vnnn
Low many things in the way of ILa Uuo 0t the Lincoln school, is tho
merchandise, groceries, hard-! rst or n 80rIe8 of comD08iton8 hy ho
ilitAitta rt sm 1 1? r ..... . ...
ware, tools, implements, house
furnishings aim otner
school children of Springfield will np-
I ?Par regularly In tho Issues of tho
News, Tho mistakes and errors made
by tho children nro not corrected nnd
the stories aro Just as they were turn
ed In to their teachers. Tho author of
this particular story lived in Seattle nt
necessary to the life and comfort
of the Individual community that
can he purchased in Springfield?
Do you know that Springfield
has some of the best stores in
the state for a town of its size?
Have you realized that a small
town merchant can give better
values for less money than the
average city merchants, on
account of having to pay lower i
rents and other overhead costs .so many of us Mr. and Mrs. liurk went
In proportion? Don't you think J with us.
that every dollar kept in this i Wo took tho Southern Pacific to
community will help make j Seattle. It was early in tho morning
everyone more prosperous? when we arrived so wo decided to stay
Many people think that be- t few days enjoying the sights.
"A Trip to Seattle"
Mrs. Richardson decided to tnke our
CA Class to London and as there were
Orlvor not seeing them closed up tho
spaco and tho girls did not know what
to do ,
They finally got out and to thoir
surprise they could nut e tho rest of
s any where. '
As Boon as wo found out thoy woro
gone wo had policemen searching tho
city. Thoy woro soon found so wo
went on (o tho depot without any moro
Horo wo found our train, tho Oreat
Northern, about to start bo wo got on
and wore soon on our way to Duluth.
VESTA LA HUB
Ago 12, G A tirade.
FOR POULTRY RAISERS
C. C. Lamb, O..A- C. Chicken Specialist
Gives Many Good Suggestions
Sheriff's Sale on Foreclosure
Notlco Is hereby given that by vlr
tuo of an execution and order of Halo
Issued out of tho Circuit Court of tho
Stale of Oregon for tho County of Lnno
on tho 24th day of May, 1010. on
a Judgment rendered In said Court
on tho 24th day of May. 1010, in a
suit wherein Stewart McKay was
plaintiff, recovered a Judgment against
the defendants, O. M. I.nrsoit and Km
ma Larson, husband nnd wlfo, for
tho sum of 1150.00 and interest thoro
on from tho 4th day of January, 1013,
at tho rato of 10 per cent per annum
until paid and for tho further sum
of 535.10 taxes tngethor with Interest
thoreon from tho noth day of March,
UUO, nt 0 por cent per nnnum until ;
paid, and ? 25.00 Attorney's feos
and (20.00 costs and disbursements ,
which Judgment was enrolled and
docketed In the nlllcu of the Clerk of 1
sntd Court in said County on the 24th
day of May 191G nnd said oxeuutlou :
to mo directed commanding mo In tho ;
name of tho State of Oregon, in order ,
to satisfy said Judgment nnd uccru-.
tng costs to sell tho following describ
ed real property to wit: .All of lot
numbered ten (10) In Illock numbered
twenty-two (22) or Emerald Heights
addition to Sprlngltohl, Oregon nnd
also all of lot numbered six (0) of
Block numbered twenty threo (211) of
Emerald Heights addition to Spring
Held, Oregon according to tho plat
thereof, and tho proceeds of said sale
to bo applied as follows:
First: Tho expensos of said sain and
the plaintiffs costs ami disbursements
of said suit:
. Second: To tho payment of said
judgment of said plaintiff.
Third: Tho Imlanco It there bo any '
to bo disposed of as tho Court may ,
Now. theroforo, In tho nnmo of
tho Statu of Oregon, and In com
pliance with tho execution nnd '
order of salo. I will, on Sat-!
June 24th 11H6 between tho i
hours of 0 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock '
i . .). to wit at ono o ciock r. M. on
Mrs. Richardson took part of tho
girls nnd Mrs. Uurk the rest nnd start
ed for a walk over tho city.
As 1 had nn Aunt and Uncle living
cause the mail order catalogue
quotes low prices on some catch
articles that every article listed
will Joe (at the lowest faiarket
there is a transportation bill to
be added to the cost of the goods
Viof na in rnma frnnl thf mnll
, ,i, ,!,. so I could stop and see them
order house. Most of the times .
when the cost of the goods and
the freight or express from Chi
cago or Seattle are put together,
the purchaser will find that he
could have come to Springfield
and gotten something that he
would have liked better and
probably at the same or a lower
price. There would not be that
delay in waiting for the goods to
come and possibly the necessity
of Saving to send a tracer after
it on account of sidetracking.
Springfield has good banks.
A bank is an asset to any com
munity. When you have extra
dollars put them in the bank and
get interest for the use of your
money. Then the bank takes
this money and lends it to your
neighbor who may need it to
conduct his business or to buy a
home, and he pays the bank in
terest for the accommodation.
You can pay your bills on bank
checks and don't have to run the
risk of losing your money. Neith
er will you be bothered with car
rying it around with you.
If Springfield is your natural
trading place try our mechants
for a few weeks and find out if
they can't give you just as good
cervice and sell you goods that
will be just as satisfactory as
When tho cnicKs nro weaned away
from tho hens or brooders, and other
farm work begins to press, don't forget
that tho growing flock still needs caro
ful attention. Your reward of first
egga laid by tho pullets about Novem
ber 1 will bo determined by how well
you have Kept tlio uinis uovoioping
under favorable conditions.
A 6' x 8' open front, shed roof, port
able colony house furnishes an Ideal
shelter for maturing chickens on the
rango. . One-hundred chicks can be
accommodated In a house this slio un
til the cockerels are about broiler slw. Jirday
when thoy should bo separated and
sold or moved to other quartors. Bn, ,ny nt ,j, wnit, W0Mt ,ioor 0r ti10
Usually all tho pullets may remain In, County Court house In Kugone, Lane;
the house until mature. , ""'. uregon, oner lor suioior casu,
A splendid place to locate tho col
ony house 1b along tho edge or a corn
field or-sun flower patch or in nn
subject to redemption, all of tho do
fendnnt O. M. Iarson and Emma Lar
son, husband and wife right, title. In
terest and claim In and to the said
promises nnd every part tltereof, nnd
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there, whom I had not seen for live orchanl. Plenty of green food BhoulU J.Vol. ,",,m""" "u ' u,,u
years, we passed around.by their house bo available during tho entire sum- ' J. C. PARKER
mer. Summer kalo or rnpo makes Sheriff of Lano County. Oregon
Thoy were at homo so I asked them Eood green foods during tho dry season , Dated May 24 1910. 5-2G; G-l-S-15-22
to go with us. when properly handled.
. - .
ARE YOU A DADDY?
YOU LOVE YOUR FAMILY: PERHAPS YOU
WASTE A LOT OF MONEY IN "DRIBS AND DRABS"
THAT IF PUT INTO THE BANK NOW WOULD GROW
TO A BIG SUM.
IF YOU LIVE "YOU" CAN ENJOY YOUR MONEY,
IF YOU DON'T IT WILL PROTECT YOUR CHILDREN.
YOU ARE SETTING YOUR BOYS A GOOD EXAM
PLE WHEN YOU PUT MONEY IN THE BANK.
BANK WITH US.
Now is the time to plan tho supply
We finally walked down to the docks
to see the men loading lumber, coal
and other things on the large boats.
Ahrult tnn nflor olir1ni- ! Pmvtiln fnr n nntph at kflln flP SfltllO
our lunch at a lunch stand we went other crop of succulents for wintor use.
over to tho Coleman Docks where th I
Eighth Grade Examinations.
Burton, a large boat, was about to
start for Vashon Island, so we got on
Several times we saw the black fish
s outing water.
When we arrived the boat drove i
close to the dock and we got off. "vo
walked up the road a ways and as
there was no one living in tho old
house where I used to live, about eight
years ago, we went In.
Eighth Grade Examinations will bo
of green food for next winter's layers. "' m scnooi uismcis wnoro uore
. . - . L - , , .. are applicants, and also whoro thoro
are pupils to work off conditioned sub
jects, on Thursday and Friday, Juno
1 and 2, 1916. Tho examination should
be given according to tho schedule
printed on the back of tho sealed en
velope in which the questions will bo
sent to tho chairman of the board.
E. J. MOORE.
29 County Superintendent.
Do sure that tho chicks aro roosting
on perches as soon ns old enough.
There Is usually trouble ahead if thoy
huddle together at night In a corner.
Fresh ground, freo rango and plenty
of shade are Important and profitable
factors in raising poultry.
If individuals beconjo diseased, kill
Wo then ate our dinner and had our .by cracking (or dislocating) the neck,
fill of good apples and finally went and burn tho carcass
back to the beach. We went down to
the daisy bed and picked all we want- j The colony house should bo dry and
ed of tho daisies and then looked for well ventilated and free from draughts,
shells along the shore.
While we were waiting we saw two Drinking and feed ' dishes always
of the war boats pass on their way to need frequent cleansing.
About half uast five the Burton camo
so we went back to Seattle
When we got there wo walked and
walked trying to reach tho end of the
docks. Some of the girls said maybe
we were going around In a circle as
the docks were piled up with boxes
above our heads all looking tho same
For Sale, Rent, Wanted, Etc.
Call for Warrants
Notice is hereby given that I
will pay all outstanding Street
Improvement warrants up to
and including number G875 and
all General Fund warrants up to
and including number 0501
against the Town of Springfield.
Interest, will cease after May 15,
Dan Spores of Yarn ell sold his
spring clip of wool Tuesday to E. E.
Help the housewife prepare delicious meals at this time of
year. Make tho family happy with soino of our bcBt quality
Oregon Prunes for tomorrow's breakfast.
lb Bost Orogon Prunos 10c
lb. Evaporated Poachos 25c
lb. Bost Oregon Apricots. ...15c
lb. Drloti Black Figo 10c
The Fifth Street Grocery
Thos. Sikes, Prop. Phone 22
WE DELIVER PHONE ORDERS
Mrs. L. A. Putnam, who 14ns boon Mrs. D. A. Ames of Eugeno is In
sorlously HI, la reported Improving. tho city for medical treatment today.
T . . 1 1- f 4 II A
o w nj , cnmo,1,l ,, ,i,m 1 jou buihou.iub iu sen or iruut.-.
any of the merchants in any - or do you want to buy something? Put
or ieven the mail
knew this was not true as they were
ten miles long.
We saw while on the docks one boat
six hundred feet long, eighty feet high
and seventy-live feet wide.
About six o'clock we had our supper.
We had a good sleep and the next
!an ad In the News "Classified" column
and get results. Twonty words orjoss
printed two times for L'5 cents. "
went down to the docks again. Ab
we were near tho end of the docks, wo
saw the whole of them on our way
to tho Navy Yard in Bremerton.
When wo reached Bremerton wo
ROOM AND BOARD Rates reason
able. Call at E. M. Durpee, A street
between 7th and 8th. 5-25 3t,
FOR SALE GaBe stovo,. Iron bed,
other small articles. Phone 127 I'..
The News is publishing a com
nosition written bv one of
Springfield's school children In morning we all took our lunch am;
another column of this issue.
This is the first of a series of
such productions of the children
'that we expect to print. Every
nerson has more or less literarv
talent and this talent usually iB0t off tlle boat and went straight to F0R RENT Small fruit farm located
crops out during the days of ;8ee Uie war Blps. close to town, will make good terms
youth. The teachers In our pub- They were not the largest ships but t0 riBnt partyi Address u&x 22s
lie schools spend hours in teach-:01 a p11' bou 8120 wu Jareu an- Springfield, or phone 2.
nons on eacn siue. Tno gangways
'were full of people going to and from
The next place we went was to the
1 camping grounds where the marine
Jng our children how to put what
they want to say In good Eng
lish. Many of us don't appreci
ate the abilities that some of the !
children may show.
Perhans some of the attemnts onicers were inning tneir exercise.
at literature that are published i They wero B" dressed in thoir unl
will be rather crude and will not tormB- Som( were playing leap-frog I
be as interesting to some of us and ters wero running and Jumping.
Harold Bell Wright or Kate 1 Thore WGru al)0Ut ,lfty Pla.v'"B leap I
Douglas Wiggin, but let us give!frog atul nearIy everyone went oven
the little folks credit for their the backs of tho othors without tnlsa-l
efforts and perhaps the next at- lnK- 1
tempts will be much better. j Somo ot 11,0 y8 sot so interested
, j In the men who wore Jumping that
Attend Grand Lodge Convention thy ,,oarl' forKot t0 como with ua. j
Hnrrv Urnnntt Tnhn nvn1,lH W T1,at Oiling when WO WOM In tamp !
FOR SALE Fresh, full blooded Jer
sey holfer. Phone or address Emery
Richardson, Springfield. lit
Walker, Mrs. Helen Donaldson, Mrs.
Al Montgomery, and Mrs. Curtis Hay
den, delegates, respectively, from the
Odd Follow anr Rebecca lodges of this
ciey, left Monday for Roseburg where
they are atendlng tho Grand Lodgo
convention thels week. A number of
other local Odd Follows and Rebeccas
aro also attending tho convention.
Mrs. C. B. Bryan Dies.
The funeral of Mrs. C. B. Bryan, who
died at Grants Pass yesterday, will be
held Saturday at the Laurel Hill cem
etery. The body will arrive at Spring
field tomorro wafternoon. Tho.Bryans
lived nt Spridgfleld threo or four years
before moving to Grants Pass,
I In Seattlo some of the boys got hoiuo
boxes and tried Jumping over them.
j Floyd fell nearly breaking his neck.
jllo was unconscious for half an hour
and finally with the help of Mrs. Uurk
and a doctor ho was brought to.
As soon as lie could speak ho said,
"I thought I saw stars," at which every
Tho next morning after having some
breakfast wo picked up our baggago
and started for tho depot.
On our way Mildred and Grace ran
out into the Btrcot. As the wagons
were passing in long lines thoy could
not get through. Thoro was no police
man to seo that thoy got across bo
they ran in between the heads of two
horses and a load of lumber. The
FOR SALE OR TRADE Modern
BUVUU IU1JIII iiuusuyucuilill 111
resldonco section pf Eugono, has j
largo front porch, two screened In j
back porches, bath, cabinet kitchen, I
pantry, gas and electric light, Is j
nlastored and modem throughout. )
Will consider trade for homo In I
Springfield. Address Ml. faro of
Springfield Nows. :
FOR SALE Nino acr)p farm one fourth
mile oast of Croswall. River bottom
land all In cultivation. Has four
acroH of loganberries, ono anil seven
olghths acros in rod raspberries In
bearing Intermingled, with four year
old applo trcos. Has house, bam,
and modern chicken houses with
fenced In parks, Can bo had at a
bargain. Address. A31, caro of The
FOR SALE OR TRADE Small fruit
ranch within sight of Croswoll. Will
, consider trade on Springfield resi
dence property. Address, 0 31,
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In loppy ltd lug 1, Set tidy ftd
lint, JOcl handtom pound and
half-pound tin humldorfand
thai cltvtr crytlahglatt pound
humidor with tponfmoltltntr
lop that httpt Iht tobacco In tuch
P. A. puts new joy
into the sport of
YOU may live to
be 110 and never
feel old enough to
vote, but it's certain-sure
know the joy and
contentment of a
friendly old jimmy
pipe or a hand rolled
cigarette unless you get on talking-terms
with Prince Albert tobacco! -
P. A. comes to you with a real reason for all the
goodness and satisfaction it offers. It is made by
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You can smoke it long and hard without a come
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Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette
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Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder
than to walk into the nearest place that sells
tobacco and ask for "a supply of P. A." You pay
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