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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 14, 1916)
MONDAY. AUGUST I I, 101C.
THE SPRINGFIELD Nl5wS
The Springfield News
J. C. DIMM, WALTER R. DIMM
Editors and Publishers
Published Every Monday and
shows should bo ostracized from
the business. Ho said, "Evory
Bcreen is a means of a vaBt ex
ploitation of power. You men
and your screens are the medi
um of wider distribution of op
tion than even the newspaper.
Put the things on the screen
that you want your mother and
daughter to see. Don't play a
rate! of subscription
rwio Vimp . . . . . Jl.ntl
Bix Months .. - - .76 : picture that is not fit for your
Three months - .50 j own sister. Cleanse yourself,
Advertising rates furnished on appii- tlicn the motion picture becomes
CAMP CREEK Ruby Crabtreo
MARCOLA, Elste Anderson
CEDAR FLATS, Stella Hart
TAXES AND PENALTIES
According to the statutes of
ihn Rtnto nf Omirnn trmrw Ir &
Thurston, Mrs. Walter Edmiston severe penalty on private per-
WALTERVILLE, .Malum Momb sons for practice of USUry.
when a banker or lender of
Member of the Willamette Valley .money charges more than ten
E4itrii Association. I per cent for the use of capital
1 he must forfeit the money to the
, .common school fund of the
aiuxNiJAi, Auou&i 14, ivi., state. Notwithstanding the
statutes regarding- private indl
A TOWN PICNIC
viduals, the state charges usury
An article In a recent issue of rates of interest on the man who
the Crook County Journal be-,becomef delinquent in the pay
gins like this: A grafid com-;from the Oregon Journal in a
munity picnic is being planned editorial that was published a
by the citizens of Prineville, at few days ago.
-which every farmer within 20 , The dresl hop of Bf man Is
to own hlg own home. He guards
miles is urged to be present." !aml protects his hearth and nrcsido
The article goes on to tell Of , above all other things. He denies
the plans and arrangements ' himself luxuries, robs himself or com-.
that are being made for the big for.ls' works oar,y and late 10 secure !
. , I a domicile under his own name and,
;eieuiu.uuu. xiie town, is io
Tuxedo fans nre always loyal to that one brand, superb,
and rtpyal. They say, "What is the use of trying the
other kinds, and sample buying? We know Tuxedo
can't bo beaten; it's goodasbread.whenbreadis wheatcn;
it keeps us all in cheerful humor, and makes of each an
an aroent ooomcr; it wan a uussiui
peace annoints us; Tuxedo never dis
appoints us. It is the worker's one
consoler, when Business, with itsbig
steam roller, has run him down and
left him jaded, with all his dreams and
prospects faded. 'Tis then Tuxedo
smooths the wrinkles, and to his sad
eye brings the twinkles, and braces
him for future battles, down where the
loom of commerce rattles." These
fans are found In every station, in every trade and oc
cupation; the able jurist and the baker, the boss of
many a rolling acre, the butcher, as he sells his
rasher, ihe banker and the haber
dasher, the cattleman in for Laredo,
all pin their faith to good Tuxedo.
Marcola, Oregon, August 12. Mr
and Mrs. H. Grogorson went tc
Portland to attend Buyers' Week hold
there last week.
tcmlont, and Miss Grace Adams Is sec
retary. Tho now Sunday school will
hold Its first session next Sunday
attornoon nt 2:30.
I ltovercnd Chllds preached nt tho
F. E. Maplo has bought a new auto- Warn or, school house last night. Ho
mobile. I said the place was filled to capacity.
J. L. Clark, general manager of tho
Hop Growers association rotumcd to
Salem today after an extended outing
at Salt Springs.
A member of an nuto party passing
through Springfield from Slsson, Call-
Martha Andreas has cone to I. on. i
have a holiday and all the mer- The home builder goes to his bank- burg to spond a week's vacation with
Chants are going to Close up j or or his friend and borrows money, some friends. '
and take a day Off. The picnic lt need m onler t0 Possess prop-1 Gladys Ross Is visiting with her
ia fnr- , ne erty ne may caH hIs own- The state ' brothor A. G. Ross of Marcola. ;
is for the benefit of every one t0 tnd bank or to the frlenJ Thonmg D ,Ianson v,8ltod frJend i
that wants to go. that he may-collect for the use of his at Jefferson tho first part of last week. I
1C nas Deen a long time Since money no more than ten per cent per I Mr. and Mrs. William Frokes nre ' fornln to Belllngham, Washington
Springfield has taken a day Off annum- If he des. the state forfeits visiting their daughter, Mrs. E. D. Sunday proved to, bo a cousin of Mrs.
and had n. rpnl Hvp fplahrotinn i tne loan t0 tho common school fund. ' Dupont I Graco Harbit, whom she had not seen
ttr-,iM , . . x. . " The state taxes the home for the up- Mr. and Mrs. Clark Howard have for 27 years.
We did not celebrate on the 4th keep of the government It makes Im. moved to Idaho. I
OI July and aparently we Will provements, it pays salaries; cities E. Durlllnger of Eugene was in Mar-
not nave any kind of a fair here ' carry oul extensive, expensive ana coia Thursday, instructing a music
this fall. Eugene seems to get
everything. They go after it.
There are many towns that
take a day off in the middle of
the summer and have a big cit
izens picnic. We have a band
that can and will furnish good
music. We have a baseball
team to be proud of that could
. . : lul " for it provides that should the citizen
ame. We COUld get a good fail to Da his taxes by November S
speaKer and nave a good nro
WHAT IS THE USE OF REAPING A HARVEST
UNLESS YOU REAP A "RESULT" FROM YOUR
HARVEST. .BEING CAREFUL IN GROWING YOUR
CROP WILL NOT BENEFIT YOU UNLESS YOU ARE
"CAREFUL" WITH YOUR MONEY WHEN YOU GET
REGULARLY BANKING THE MONEY YOU EARN
FROM YOUR WORK, OR IN YOUR BUSINESS, IS
THE ONE SURE WAY OF GROWING A FORTUNE.
BANK' WITH US
'oftentimes unnecessary projects the
cost of which is assessed against the
property of the citizens.
Then the state, so zealous In pro
tecting the common man against the
Shylock, says that the man who does
not pay his taxes upon a day certain
J.F. Elcone and family have moved
to their oliT home here. They have
been living at Lowell .
W. H. Lydy went to Springfield
to transact business last week.
Mr. and Mrs. TL E .Marris, Mr. and
shall be charged a penalty of one per, Mre P R Map,e Tiomas D.Hanson,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brlggs, Charles
Maple, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Anderson,
Mn and Mrs. M. Johnson, Elsie M.
Anderson, Mrs Nettle Nell, and Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Churchill motored to
cent per month, or twelve per cent
per year. That Is two per cent more
But the state Is not yet satisfied,
gram. There are men here in
town that would take the re
sponsibility of doing the work
P!ifrinn In at TiiAcdnv in otrnnrl
uiuoi Vaj uu uuumuutti penally ui Hima lodge.
U1C 1JCI VCllk ttUUUU, WU1UU UiUKUB (
a a von 4 can na a An fPknt I .-i
. Thursday from Portland,
per cent more than usury. , . j , ,
, . . . Clarence Anderson Is clerking
. , i r "
iuiu oi nxing up a good place do not have the money. Taxes are ,
for the picnic if the people Want I Inexorable and can not be escaped.
What do you think about it?
If a loan shark were to extort seven-1
....... nn t . i .. .
iccu jjci L-cui iur liic use ui luuney i
he would be pilloried by popular j 1
clamor and prosecuted with a strong
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Prlco returned
Grcgerson's store while tho Gregersons
Mrs. Irene DeMIck has been vis
iting her mother, Mrs. F. A. Nicker-
F. E. Maple motored to Cottago
hand, if n nrivnt iniuM,,,,! in Gve Wednesday evening.
demand seventeen per cent Interest' M -V' Endlcott went t0 Springfield
from a man who hart nn mnnov with ! riuay,
which to oav his debt when due. the
courts would -wax Indignant in their ! cola- Tnursday-
denunciation of the outrage. F- s- APyer nnd famlly hav0 moved
But the state does this thing. It I t0 Marcola from Leona.
fines the man who trie to own hi I Merle Cobb, H. M. Anderson, F. E.
own home and falls to meet his taxes :
on time. It punishes the poor man,
not the rich, for the rich can pay
when bis debt is due. It is a usurer.
The legislature ought to take the state
out of such company.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Notice Is hereby given that tho un
derslgned E. F. Bean, nnd J .A. Allen,
wbo have been conducting a general
real estato and insurance business
undor the firm name of Bean & Allen,
havo by mutual agreement this day
E. F. BEAN
J. A .ALLEN
Springfield, Oregon, August 12, 191C
Mrs. Joe Fowler has returned to for taxes of the year 1913,
Employees Go to Annual Picnic
A number of the Springfield people
will attend the annual Southern Pa-,
clflc picnic at Salem Tuesday, a 1
special train will be put on the sched-
ule and round trip tickets at special her home at Mapleton after a week's j On March 31, 1015, the sum of $7.38,
rates will be offered. The annual pic visit with friends and relatives at this ' torA 0,fnho.y.ear 19H', . ,
nle has been held at Salem for the p,ace. - . fll'd' f "M fr
past three years and was held near Mr8. Walter Piatt Is spending the ah nf unld amount f.nnr intnri
from date of payment at the rato of
15 per cent per annum.
Said unknown heirs of Sarah
V, Pnltnrnnn. difAaad. an ihn nwnnr
son and daughtoj; spent the day with , ot the jegal thle of the abovo do-
Mr. and Mrs, Walter Edmiston Frl-, scribed property as tho same appears
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Withers and
The popularized "movie" the
atre has sprung up in the last
ten years. The moving picture
business hes become one of
America's large industries. Prac
tically as many people see a
moving picture show as often as
they read a good magazine or
hear a good lecture or sermon.
And most of these people who
go to the 'movies' are the ones
who do not take the time to
read the good magazines or hear
the lecture. The moving pic
ture show has a tremendous in
fluence on the Ideas and ideals
of the American people. This
Influence is stronger with the
younger generation than it is ' Portland Previous to that time. Those week end; with Mrs. Grace Walker at
With those who are pretty well g g Springfield are, S. Jacob- oakridge,
settled in their ways.
At first any . kind of a show
the movie man staged was ac
cepted and attended by the peo
ple. The business is becoming
standardized now, there are
good pictures and bad pictures.
There are cheap pictures and
there are expensive pictures.
The movie man can buy any
grade he wants. He usually gets
the kind that are the most popu
lar with his audiences. Most of
the picture theatre proprietors
And that ' the better the show
tlley put on the screen the larg
er their receipts will be.
William A. Brady delivered an
address' to the movie men at a
Jtfiptlbn Picture convention in
Chicago recently and emphaeiz-ednhd-necetislty-'of
8ttfrid& ; tile movie shows,
Hjjf saVd'jth'e men yfiap made ih
decehfcplQtures,and the man who
ireed, indecent picture te ale
8UMMON8 FOR PUBLICATION IN
FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIEN
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for Lane County
II .L. Studley, Plaintiff,
Sarah B. Patterson, tho unknown
heirs of Sarah E. Patterson, and all
persons unknown, If any, having or
claiming an Intorest or estate In and
to the hereinafter described real
To Sarah E. Patterson, tho unknown
heirs of Sarah E. Patterson, and all
persons unknown ,lf any, having or
claiming an Interest or estate In and to
tho hereinafter described real prop
erty, the abovo named defendants.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You are hereby notified
that H .L. Studley the holder ot Cer
tificate of Delinquency numbered 1239
Issued on tho 7th day of October, 1013,
by tho Tax Collector of tho County of
Lane, State of Oregon, for the amount
of 8.G9, the same being the amount
then due and delinquent for taxes for
the year 1912, together with penalty,
interest and 'costs thereon upon the
real nrnnnrtv aHHnnftnr! fn vnn. nf whlrli
Maple, and Frank Brlggs and their you are owner as appears Of roc
families motored to Leaburg Sunday., ord situated In said County and State,
! i ' i i.. t i . . i ' it.
F. W. Titus and famlly motored to uuu yuriiuuiBriy uuuuuou uuu uuaunu-
uu uu iuiiuwo, iu-wii;
' Miss Alberta Matthews was In Mar-
N. E. V of tho N. W, Vt of Section
1G Twp. 19, S. on Rango 4 W, of the
THURSTON NEWS I buum, pwiu ui uio-
Thurston, Oregon, August 12th, ( You aro further notined that said
Mrs. Estcl Cobb and family left this H. L. Studley has paid taxes on said
morning to Join Mr. Cobb at La i promises for prior or subsequent yoars,
Grande, Oregon, where they expect I erato of ; Interest on 6aid
to make their home. 0n March 21. 1914. tho sum of J11.02
son, car repairer ,of the S, P. company,
and Mrs. Jacobson and family, W. S.
Wright, local agent and Mrs. Wright
and family, and Mrs. F. R, Russell and
Recital Is Appreciated
Ross Matthews made a business trip
to Portland this week.
Sirs, Will Rennle was hostess to
Miss Amy Carson's piano pupilR .. ,-, , . ,. . . ..
... , , , , V the embroiderlo club Thursday after-
much appreciation of their efforts at
a recital given at the Christian church 4
Friday evening. Young ladles from
tho first to 'the fifth "grade In the
technique of piano playing shiwed
very gdod training. Miss Marjorle
Knott received much applause after
her readings. The duet by Misses
Powers and Duryee was also very
Local Girl Gets Prize
Miss Leota McCracken received
word that she is the .winder of the
local prize In the letter writing con
test otfere'd by the Alvln Silverware
company at D. W. Roof's Jewelry . store.
T2e first prize 'was a cabinet of Al
vln silverware and the local prize was
a-set of. teaspooM given for Ute bMt
letters written tin &HBwr to a letter
sett out by the Alvln-Bllrtrwftre cst-Tan.
neon. An elaborate luncheon was
served, Those who enjoyed Jth'o hos
pitality of Mrs. Rennle were: Mrs.
O. A. McMahan, Mrs'. J. Bertsch, Mrs,
C. Hausen, Mrs. Ira Gray, Mrs., Homb'r
Phetteplace, Mrs. Chas. Hastings, Mrs.
Walter Edmiston, Mrs. A. Miller, Mrs.
J,' Brown, Mrs. John Danks, Mrs. C.
! Taylor, Mrs. Frank Teachout, Mrs.
Roy Edmiston, Mrs. Stanley Gray,
Misses Elizabeth and Boulab Harbert
and Mary Miller,
Organizes Sunday School
Rev, M. F, Chllds, pastor of tho Free
Methodist church of West Springfield
organized a Sunday school at Win
berry yesterday afternoon. The
people there art) very enthusiastic to
havo a Sunday school and turned out
in good shape for .tho first meeting.
Mrs. Adams was elected superintend-ent,-Mr.
Powll Js assistant, superla-
of record, and each of tho other per
sons above named aro hereby further
notified that 11. It. Studley will apply
to tho Circuit Court of tho County and
State aforesaid for a dppreo .foreclose
Ing the lien against tho property above
described, and mentioned in said Cer
tificate. .And you aro hertfby summon
ed to appear within sixty days after
the first publication of this summons,
exclusive of tho day of said first pub
llcation, and defend this action or pay
tho amount due us abovo shown, to
gether, with costs. and accrucdjntercst,
and in case of your failure to do so, a
decree will be rendered foreclosing the
lien of said taxes and costs against
tho land and premises abovo namod.
This summons is published by order
of tho Honorable G, F, Sklpworth,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Stato
of Oregon fof tho County of Lano and
said order was made an(l dated tho
12(h day of August, 1916, and tho date
of the first publication of. this .sum
mons Is the l4tlt day ot August, 1910,
All process and papers Jri this pro
ceeding may be served upon the under-
gon at the address horelnattor Won-
h. M. TRAVIS,
Attorndy tot Plaintiff
Addrass, Eugeno, jOre.
For Less Money
The Fifth Street Grocery
THOS. SIKES, PROP. PHONE 22
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8ANITARY BUTTER MOLD
Will mold a ono or two pound
roll of butter nd give tho correct
wolght. Mado ouf of Oregon Maplo
or Ash. Ask your Hardware of
Groceryraan for thorn, or call at tho
mill Price 76o
Manufactured by the
8prlngfleid Planing Milt Co.
Why not save and deposit In our Savings Department
one-twelfth of your total taxes each month? By bo dis
tributing the tax burden over the entire year, it will not
seem so heavy.
4 per cent on savings. 0
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, EUGENE, OREGON.
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Though he build his house in the woods,
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