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THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1010
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
The Springfield News
J. C. DIMM, WALTER R. DIMM
Editors and Publishers
Published Every Monday and
RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION
Ono Year .... $1.50
Blx Months .... .75
Three months .... .BO
Advertising rates furnished on apptl
Member of the Willamette Valley
THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1916
KEEPING UP TO THE TIMES
A representative of the News
lias been visiting the fanners
that live a few miles cast of
Springfield during this week and
has discovered it to be almost
universal with our agriculturist
neighbors to have their trading
place in Eugene. He comes to
market and drives right down
Main street past the doors of
the merchants of Springfield
doesn't pay to advertise in the
town paper, find another means
that does pay, only advertise.
Proper advertising does bring
big returns. Ask the big adver
tiser who was once a little ad
vertiser, ho knows. A little co
operation all around will bring
dollars into tho community.
Camp Creek News
CAMP CR1CI5K, Aug. S. Row I.
Glllut gnvo n social at tho Camp Crock
church Friday evening. About 70
people vroro tliorc and spout tho Unto
at music and games around a largo
camp tiro in front of tho church. Re-
LroshmontB of cako and lemonade
wore served during tho evening.
Hey. I. Gillot held preaching ser
vices here Sunday morning and at tho
upper Camp Creek school houBo In
A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs.
Notnce to Picnic Committees
Tho meeting scheduled for nil tho
plctilu committees at tho Methodist
church for C:1C Sunday evening, will
bo postponod to bo hold in tho church
Immediately after tho union service
tho samo evening.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Not lee Is hereby given that sonlod
bids will bo received by tho County
Court of Lano County, Oregon, nt ICu
gone, Oregon, up to 11 o'clock a. m.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S BALE ON
Notlco Ih hereby Riven that by vir
tuo of nn Execution Issued out of the
Circuit Court of tho Slnto of Oregon,
for lnno County on tho llth day of
July 1010 and by tuo received tho llth
day of July 1010, In an action wherein
ou tho 23rd da of Kohiuury llilO, In
the above entitled Court the I'lalutllT
Frank J. Str.ttton recovered Jurir,
meul ugnlnst tho Defendant Pearl
Sohelllg for the sum or 1700.00 with In
terest at tho ralo of 0 per cent per an
num. from tho 2!lrd day of February
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Mnltlir 1 101ft whlM. li,. an lit """ ivuouiiir w hi urnus iiiiHiuuiiu;
1....J .in i, .,A, r ri ;..; lo " ' ' ?IW!l Which Judgment
bids will bo opened, for tho Improve
mint or the following roads,
was enrolled and docketed In the !
mini or me (allowing roans. i , ..",, .
SS05 linear feet County Road No. 27S " ,c?llBof,," 0 $?x ?,f S?.1'! . l
nMneflnl.l tlnv.1n Itrl.tirn ' t 0U 1,10 2301 ,m f I'brUliry tOlO.
6S30 Hmnir foot County Road No. 131,' commanding mo In tho name
.?)m.,ra K?mV ... .v. or tho St.Ho of Oiiton that out o: iln
2o00 linear teot County Iloud No. 3St. porsonnl property of said Defendant.
Hwri1, . ... . lf RUIHclont could not lie found,
2700 llnonr feet County Iload No. 381, thou out of tho real property iiolonjilny
Capo Horn. to said Defendant In Uvvi County,
In accordance with tho plans and Oregon, on or after tho said 23rd day
rnecltlootlons on lllo with tho County of February 1916. llolng unnblo to
Clerk of 1 ano County. fiml sulllclent or any personal prop
Plans and specifications may bo ox- 0rty belonging to said Defendant, I
.nmlned nt tho olllce of tho County did. n thn 12th itllV II f .lulv 1 flirt llU'V
Charlie Jack, Misses Pauline, Alma surveyor. Kaon bid must bo nccom- 0n tho following described real nroii-
and Katherlne JacK, ituuy mzn, loio pnumu oj a ww y ; ,v" eny, io-wii:
cent oi ino nmouiu uui. Lot No. ti. In Mock No. 2, Cheshire's
The right Is reserved to reject any Second Addition to Kugeno, Uuio
und all bids. ' County, Oregon.
Dono by order of tho County Court No,v ihoreforo. In tho nnmo of tho
this Sth day of AKt J.9J- , , Statu of Oregon und In compliance
STAC M. UUSSlua,, wltli said Execution and In order to
County uorK. satisfy said Judgment, costs and accru-
Aug. 10, 17, 24. ng costs I will on Saturday tho 12th
. rrlrr,P 0 . , nw dnyof August 1910 between tho hours of
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ON 9 o'clock u. m. nnd 4 o'clock ti. n. fmvlt-
Crabtrce, Qraco Stephens, Itaymond
Jack, Fred Crabtreo, "Nat." Ohafee,
Ouy, Chester, Toby and Elvln Steph
ens, attended church at tho upper
Camp Creek school house Saturday ev
ening. Miss Esther Chafeo spont Sunday
with Inra Crabtrce.
Mr. Johnson is building a now barn.
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and adds about elgut mues 10 . chll(lren nave been vl8,ttng Mra. Carr's
his journey to get what he parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. J .Chase.
i. vir '.I1 'cIock P- . on sld day at tho
. L . Southwest door of tho County Court
L ot tuo house In Kugeno, Lano County. Oregon,
Notlco Is hereby given that
tuo of nn Execution issued out
Circuit Court of tho State of Oregon, offer for sale for i-bhIi. nnMnxt i ,!
for Lano County ou tho llth day of domntlon. all tho rti?h. nn.. ,n,,i i.
wants and to be able to have -Mrs. Govo and daughter. Miss Vol-! July 191G and by mo received tho llth jorost of tho abovo, namod Defendant
- mm.pniPP5 nf ma. are visiting with Mrs. Masterson. y of July 1910 In an .tKtIo" where- In and I to tho above described r.al
cuiiic I"""".. . ... , . a,,,inl,i,i i in on me sin uay oi juiy ivi, in uu iuuiutiy,
shouDing that the Eugene mer- Mr-J1."1 ?lr "BKJ ! above entitled Court the Plaintiff 1, ;
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM OF BANKS
suoypiuB h tif cnri; 'are Vlsit,ng W'th MFS- V'nCCnt'8 I ravis recover Judgment ngslnHt
Chants Offer Which the bpring-, ther j R p,aUs m(j Defendnnt Margaret M. Custer for
field merchants have not given
One lady said, "We used to do
most all of our trading in
Springfield because It was clos
er home, but we . go to Eugene
now." "Why do you go to Eu
gene," our representative ques
tioned. "We can get better ac
commodations in Eugene. When
we go shopping we take most of
the dav to it We take our
lunch along and we want some
place to eat it. In Eugene the
larger stores have rest rooms
where we- can go and bo com
fortable and eat our lunches
and there is a free rest cottage
In the park with a large porch.
In Springfield ?ye must sit in the
Wagon and eat our lunches in
the hot sun or in the rain and
must spend the remainder of
the time walking the streets."
Another lady expressed her
self something like this: "Well,
we go to Eugene to do our trad
ing now. We would rather go
to Springfield because it is clos
er home and we would not lose
go much time duringthe busy
season on the farm. Before we
start to town we can look over
the papers and read the adver
tisements and see what bar
gains the merchants of Eugene
are offering so that we can
make our money go farther.
The Springfield merchants ex
pect us to go to their stores to
look for the bargains and we
hav'ent time to go from one
store to the other to find them."
Another lady said, "We are
not dealing with the Springfield
merchants any more. We can
get better bargains in Eugene
and we can get better shopping
accommodations there. A few
months ago we tookup this mat
ter of shopping in a meeting of
our ladies aid and decided to go
to Eugene to do our trading."
Now Mr. Merchant what do
you think of this attitude? We
were rather shocked when we
heard the report. Are we go
ing to sit in our stores and let
the trade that we should get go
right past our very doors and
then kick because business is
not as good as It ought to be?
Don't you think Springfield can
offer as good accommodations
as Eugene? Are we always go
ing to sit on the second row and
take just what is handed us?
Why not give the farmer all the
modern shopping privileges he
deserves. Why not get together
and furnish up a good commo
dious rest and lunch room for
the farmer's wife and children.
And another thing, advertise!
Tell the fellow that can't pass
your store window every day of
the new things and of the bar
gains you have to offer. Surely
the Springfield merchants can
offer good buys the same as can
.the Eugeno merchants. If it
JAMES n. PAllKKIl
Sheriff of Lnno County, Oregon.
uy u. a. eikhib. Deputy
juiy lu, -u, ii, AUg. 3, 10.
NOTICE OF SALE OF PROPERTY
fun DELINQUENT STREET
BORN: To Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Stephens, a son.
Farmer Sells Dairy Ranch
A. Lathrop of Donna, has Bold his
318 acre dairy ranch to a man from
Newberg and took as part payment
some Newberg property. Mr. Lath
rop and family will make their home
in Newberg and will leave for that
place at once.
Mr riinrii Stnnhons took dinner at tho sum of S7S.04 with Interest at the
the Farnham homo Sunday In !
tervllle. j costa amounting to the sum of Ten !
Miss Frances Brown went to Eugene nntl o0.100 ($10.20) Dollars which !
to have some dental work done uus judgment was enrollod and docketed ,
,..i, I in the offlco of the Clerk of said Court I Notlco Is hereby given that hv vlr,
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on ino sin uay oi juiy iyiu, ami saiu iu ui u wurnuu ibsucii ui me oy tho
Execution to me directed commanding Town Itecordor of tho Town of Spring
mo In tho namo of tho State of Oregon Held, Oregon, and commanding mo to
that out or tho personal property of oy upon ami to son, as upon oxecu
said Defendant, or, If sumclent could -'on. -ho lots 9 und 10 in lllock 70 In
not be found, then out of tho real prop- Washburno's Subdivision of the
erty belonging to said Defendant In Springfield Investment and Power
Lano County, Oregon, on or nfter tho , Company's Addition to Springfield,
said Sth day of July 191C. Being un- Lano County, Oregon, to mnko and to
able to find sufficient or any personal . P"' "'o 8U,n - ?o-oi levied and
assessed against said nronortv. with
ant. I did on tho 12th day of July. 1916. 1 ,n-0"-)t thereon nt tho rato of six
levy on the following described real ' "-V"1 -J"r u"nuiii iroin mo zum
property, to-wit: Lot Nnmber One (1) ida" f" AP,r": f,9.11 for lho C0Ml of lm
In Block Number Two (2) In Ches- p.rovlnB stroot from Main
hires First Addition to Eugene. Lano S,troot ,t0 ts0T,t.h " 8lrP0t ,n Bnld
County. Oregon, being the same prop- Tmvn b,y .B!lu,lnB. .nnu KrnvoIllnB "
erty that was deeded to the Defend-, Ban,lo; that l,ho Ba,ld 8Um waH s0 lov,0,,
ant In the year 1904. as Lot Number "m'aaa'n8t W PPortjr -One
(1) In Block Number Two(2) In ' 0ralnant:o No-233, P"Bed b' ho Com
J. P. Cheshire Addition te Eugeno TvTn i on''' T?W" 0" tho 2U'!
Lane County. Oregon, but which Is ,ay.,r A,pr11 m nnd J,v,ls approved
now known as Cheshire's First Addl. Vy. tho M0 of. B",tl Town on said
tion to Euponp r nun rni n.. unl0' nnu llml Buc" assessment was en-
State oi K ind ? 11 8 ' th0 Town Recorder on tho 29th day
w th sa d S, '? ia.n?" i of April, 1911, and that the same, and
mo wiiolo thereof is now due, unpaid
i For Sale, Rent, Wanted, Etc.
$25 REWARD Stolen Ford early 15
model motor No. 603812. horn (Klax
on) set In dash for foot operation.
Tool box of copper, painted black
across right corner of dash. Left
rear radius rod wried.
Notify Itoscoe Langley, Sllverton
WANTED': Small place within 10
blocks. Will pay ?100 down, bal
ance by month, must be cheap, E.
B. W. Bx. 70.
FOR RENT: Good house Seventh
and Kelly Blvd. on half acre of best
land, free water, chicken coops, ce
ment barn for 3 cows and one
horse, cow furnished if desired, rent
taken out in labor if party wishes,
rent reasonable. Call at the News
office. J 31 tf
FOR SALE: Good wagon, harness
and hayrack, L. M. Cagley.
AS GOOD AS
'A CHEW OF
That ftfeans the Supreme De
gree of Rich, Luscious
Tobacco Flavor '
with said Execution and In order to
satisfy said Judgment, costs, nnd ac
cruing costs I will on Snturday tho
12th day of August 1916, between the
NOW THEREFORE, in compliance
liniiiu nf q f. m i i i i . t , rt wu" l" Bal11 warrani anu in oruor 10
d m to wit? Ills' JAwt clock i satisfy said lion and assessment
p. m. town, at one o clock p. m. on , with cobIh of such salo I will
said dav nt thn SmHW-at .i... W,UI tOH.lB oi sucn saio, I win
with the said warrant nnd In ordor to
uiu uu.j ui, mu ouuuiwusi floor nr if in 1 n i t. nt. . - ,
r nl'n e '? EUe1e' lMno 191G- botwen t"0 hours of 9 o'clock
Coutny, Oregon, offer for sale for cash, ! A. M. and 4 o'cl ck V. M to-wlt at tho
subject to redemption, all tho right, hour of ono o'clock I. M. on said date,
uuu .u oi uio aoove nnmcd ' at the front door of tho Town Hall, on
Defendant In and to the above dos- Main street between Second street
nnd Third street, in tho Town of
Springfield, Oregon, offor for sale, for
cash, subject only to tho right of re
demption, tho premlBCS abovo des
cribed, or so much thoroof aa may be
required to make tho amount of said
assessment, with Interest and accru
ing costs nnd disbursements.
JOHN K. EDWARDS
Town Marshal of tho Town of Spring
field, Oregon. July 20, 27, Aug 3,10,17.
crlbed real property,
JAMES C. PARKER
Sheriff of Lane County, Oregon.
By D. A. Elklns, Deputy
July 13. 20, 27, Aug 3, 10.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ON
Notice Is hereby given that by vir
tue of an Execution issued out of tho
Circuit Cour tof tho State of Oregon
for Lane County on tho 1st day of Aug
ust 1916 and by me received the 1st
day of August 1916, In an action where-
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ui un tuo iiii uay oi xviarcn laio, m
NOTliE TO CONTRACTORS AND
NOTICE Is heroby given that the
the Justice Court for Euceno JiiHtln I Common Council of tho Town of
District L. M. Travis recovered hide. I Sprlngfiold, Oregon has determined
ment against the Defendants Irving to improve South Second street from
J. Walcott and his wife Walcott (true ' South "E" streot southerly to tho city
name Etta M. Walcott) for the sum of I limits; that such Improvement will
$146.05 with Interest at the rato of C consist In grading tho streot to a
per cent per annum from tho 12th day width of 16 foot and surfacing tho
nf Tirlt mm linn .I.. mr tn Innmn wltli mnrnrlrtrtl 1 1 n wliltfi nf 19
u. ...m... ijiuj icno lliv DUI11 UI fu.VU ...... . . . ,. iw u .... .
credited Jan. 13, 1910 and $10 credited ' 'cot, and to provide suitable drain,
Feb. 5th 1910.) and the further sum all in accordance with tuo detailed
I of $8.60 costs which Judgment was en- Plans and specifications prepared by
rolled and docketed in the office of tuo City Engineer nnd which may be
seen and obtained at the Recorder s
Tho said Improvement shall bo be
gun within ten days after tho lotting
OUR NATIONAL BANK IS A MEMBER OF THE
"FEDERAL RESERVE" SYSTEM OF BANKS.
THIS MEANS THAT OUR BANK IS ONE OF A
"VAST ARMY" OF BANKS WHICH STAND TO
GETHER TO PROTECT EACH OTHER AND THEIR
WE CAN TAKE VALID SECURITIES TO OUR
DISTRICT "FEDERAL RESERVE" BANK WHEN
EVER WE WANT TO AND "GET MONEY."
YOUR MONEY IS SAFE IN OUR BANK AND YOU
CAN GET IT WHEN YOU WANT IT.
COME IN AND "TALK BUSINESS" WITH US.
BANK WITH US
The Best Groceries
For Less Money
The Fifth Street Grocery
THOS. SIKES, PROP. PHONE 22
THE PITTS IMPROVED
SANITARY BUTTER MOLD
Will mold a ono or- two pound
roll of butter nnd glvo tho correct
wolght. Made out of Oregon Maple
or Ash, Ask your Hardware of
arocorymnn for them, or call at lho
mill Price 7Cc
Manufactured by tho
Springfield Planing Mill Co.
W OTHER CHEW EQUALS IT
Nature varies the flavor she puts into
the different grades of tobacco leaf
and the best of all is the flavor of
choice red Burley that pleases you so
mightily when you chew bp ear Head.
The delicious fruity flavor of a chew
jf Spear Head is a revelation to the
man who has never chewed or who haj
aeen chewing near-good tobacco.
For chewing is the one way to get
ill the wholesome, healthful, appetizing
flavor of the tobacco leaf providing
you chew a high-grade plug like Spear
No other tobacco can compare with
Spear Head in the wholesome satisfac
tion it ives.
You get more savory sweetness in a
chew of Spear Head than in a whole
plug of ordinary tobacco.
And you get it in its purest form
for Spear Head is made amid the most
wholesome surroundings, i a great,
new factory that's kept absolutely
clean and sanitary.
Try tills rich, mellow, satisfying, pure
:hew. Such a chew cannot be obtained
In any other tobacco than Spear Head.
In iOc culs, wrapped In wax paper.
; tho Clerk of Circuit Court on tho 14th
: day of March 1910, and said Execution
to me directed commanding mo In the
! name of the State of Oregon that out
i of the personal property of said De
fendant, or, If sufficient could not be
I found, then out of the real property
! belonging to skid Defendant In Lano
! County, Oregon, on or after tho said
1 14 day of March 1910. Being unable
' to find sufficient or any personal prop
rty belonging to said Dofendant, I did
on the 1st day of August, 1916, levy
on the following described real prop
Northeast quarter of Northeast
puarter (NE V of NE of Sec
tion number Two (2) In Town
I ship number seventeen (17) South
Range Three (3) East of Will. Mer
containing 40 acres of Land in Lane
Also lot number eight (8) In block
number twenty-three (23) In Collogo
Hill Park now a part of Eugeno, Lano
Now, therefore, In tho name of the
State of Oregon and in compliance
with said Execution and in ordor to
satisfy said Judgment, costs and ac
cruing costs I will on Saturday tho
2nd day of September 1916, between
tho hours ot 9 o'clock a, in. and 4
o'clock p, m. to-wlt; at oae o'clock
p. m .on said uay at tno southwest
door of tho County Courthouse In Eu- Uigalnst tho proporty benefitted there
gene, Lano County, Oregon, offer for
sale for cash, subject to redemption,
all the right, title and Interest of the
above named Defendant In and to tho
abovo descrlbod real property.
JAMBS C. PARKER
Sheriff of Lane County, Oregon
By D. A. Elklns, Deputy
Ang. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31.
of the contract and completed within
CO days thereafter; tho bidders will
lie required to deposit a certified
check payablo to tho Recorder, In the
sum of five per cent of tholr bid to
Insure that they will enter Into a con
tract If tho same Is awarded to such
bidder, nnd that the contractor will be
required to enter In a bond for tho
faithful performance of tho contract
and for the paymont of all claims for
labor and materials when duo.
Tho Contractor will bo required to
look to tho fund which may bo do
rived from tho assessment levied
ngalnut tho property benefitted bj
such Improvement, and will bo requir
ed to take and accept tho Bancroft
Bonds which may bo offered for sale
to meet such costs, and at par with
Tho Common Council will open and
consider tho bids for such Improve
ment at tho rogular mooting to bo
held at tho hour of eight o'clock P.
M. pn tho 14th day of August, 1910,
and all bids must be In tho hands of
tho Recorder prior to that hour.
Tho owners of abutting proporty will
take notlco that tho cost of making
teuch .Improvement will bo assessed
,-by and tho Council will hoar any re-
monstranco against such improvement
at the hour and date abovo mentioned.
Tho entlro work of making such
Improvement will bo lot In ono con-
HERBERT 13. WALKER
Town Recorder of tho Town of Spring
field, Oregon, Aug. 3, 7, 10, 14
Why not save and deposit In our SavlngB Department
one-twelfth of your total taxes each month? By so dis
tributing the tax burden over the entire year, It will not
Beeni so heavy.
4 per cent on savlngB.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, EUGENE, OREGON.
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