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THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
MONDAY, AlfgyST, 21, 1010.
The Springfield News
J. C. DIMM, WALTER R. DIMM
Editors and Publishers
Published Every Monday and
other people who drivo to town making lho finished Koods included in
and want to hitch their teams"'0 extraordinary "Porta which an
, . , I so much to tho advantage ot Uio
for an hour or two. Tho loca- UnUcJ slfttC8 To ftMMk ftml donounco
Uon la. good and tlie Btreot Is u u virtually to confoss that those
paved so that it Is a good place ' who do this nro aoroly in need ot ot
to KO In tho winter. But there fcctlvo political arguments nnd issues.
"HATES OP SUBSCRIPTION
One Year .... $1.60
BIx Months ....
Throe months .50
Advertising rates turnisUcd on application.
Is one tiling lacking.
summer and horses like shade
just as much as do men. There
are no shade trees close enough
?5,to this public hitching placo to
do either man nor beast any
This ia Now York T'moa
SUQAR AND THE TARIFF ....
Tho tariff issuo botwecn tho ro
publican and domocrntlc parties is
no less clearly donned nnd sot forth
Tho Q to section ot tho lloronn
class of tho Christian Sunday school
ontortalnud tho other incmhors ot tho
clasB at the clusa room In tho church
Friday night. Tho room was fixed up
nnd beautifully docorotod until it re
sembled a parlor. A color schomo of
yellow and pink was successfully car-
riod out by the docorntlons of bouquets
ot llowors. Tho hostosses entertained
their gucsta with guessing Karnes nnd
good these hot days. Standing lt ,m8 beon , th0 ma.
in the sun is not so bad but it ! The democrats stand for free trado
lii nnrtv nlnf fnrtna nntl In Dm nltiir,
nnco of tho candidates in 1910 Umn toblo winioa ot dlfforont kind. When
I tho proper tlmo enmo tho Klrls ushorod
I forth with sandwiches, watermelon,
Inml itlltlf.ll mllf.li tn Mm Iflt- n? lllilati
is a lot worse when the rays Of , or at least a tariff for revenue onty, .n wnrn lirn . . .
the sun are coming down from.;" t,l Prjnciplo of protection to ton,,C(1 tho parly m. MM0S Mnrl01,
above and then
ed up from
CAMP GREEK Ituby Crabtree
MARCOLA, Elsie Anderson
CEDAR PLATS. Stella Hart.
THURSTON. Mrs. Walter Edmlston
WALTERVILLE, Mnllna Momb too. tariff commission, now urgod by the ; Konnur. Norman lb-mo. Ivan McKIn
, Shade trees cannot be grown democrats was first recognised by I ,10y, yonnoP Travis Penny Putnam,
over night, and they cost money. ' ropuuiicans, anu although tno uussoll Dlmm, and Harry Nixon.
But WOUld not a few Shade trees awn"is are now nuvocnung suon
uumi Hum, ... . . lonuoii uio party worn: .mihbos .nnniui
ten they arc reflect-0"1! Int ustrloa "Kft,n8t ,tor,olBn , White, Kthlyn Powers, Gertrude Wilt-
a hot imved street Ch?? ln r..,S, funrtnmontnl of-!laius, Ruby Sensonoy, Prnneo Trnvl,
a not. pacu sutei ( pul)can ,10,lcle8. Tho vahus of ft m MtKhim,y ,(jl01
Member of the Willamette Valley
judiciously planted be an asset' co"l8f'- 11 niuat not bo fowl-1 Sixty numbers of tho nonnn com-
, , . . . . , ivit umi uiuj cut uoiuu uuu ikiiwimi muuiij tinvjuuuvi ii uuaiiiuna iiiuuliiik
MONDAY, AUGUST 20, 191G. . lo tma Puunc mtculS Piacc m , tho tariff commission that tho Tuft nd- and social Rvlen Prlduy evening at tho '
a low years: ministration Inaugurated. , Donna Hall by tho Christian Endeavor
OUR "MENACING" IMPORTS wh" claiming to bo for the same ' '- Tho IwbIimwb pertaining to I
JlJJ ZTZlu, old principles, the democrats aro the society was transacted and Walt-1
L ." LT.. " .' ! continually shlftimr. as they havo lor Ulmm "'luresseu uioso nsHomhiou ,
Wnat would George Wash- are p.ar ui , -, commission Free 0,1 CrMtan Endeavor work. After
Ington think and do if he should ",.'""1. l" ..L1! trade In sugar was declared In spite rds tho young people had a glorious ,
wake up tomorrow morning and Z" ZrZ 8 hocke i or the fact that cane sugar m the w ""I"? ' "
Walk into the city of Washing- anu etl wllh alarm because our In, ZllIZ ZZZ'ZZ
tnn finrl BOA nn nilfr, nnmlni. ' nnrtc nn n Inro. nn,l rmnrlni. ln meant tUUCll tO tllO prosperity Of tllO ... . . .
Apart from the scare that ,K8 ",0"u, w"" wpocwuon.
DO WE APPRECIATE WHAT
ton and see an auto nnminty ' norts now nro laree and crowluir. ln I
ilAnm r4-nrl fTUi- ...... l.l hlo lnltnr nf nrppn.-inpf Mr HiipIiob COUntry.
Evoryone had a good tlmo.
Delia Clark was hostess (o a dinner
he think of a man whn chm.lrl did not speak of these with disap- Prevented additional development for
ne tnillK Ot a man WHO Should , . . , a time 'no great harm was done. The'
be talking Into a little instru- abQUt thQ comlng ..govero couipel ( tariff on sugar was never taken off. pnrly giin(Il4y Thu occas,on Wll8 K,v.
ment and claim to be listening Uon ot ttn ..energiZed" (some would , for such nctlon was postponed until cn In honoP of 1)oUa.8 nlnlh birthday,
to the voice of another man in ' say enfeebled) Europe; but these sup- - recently. , Ju8t a tow i,ttlo fromi8 woro tuvltod.
New York city. I porters whom we havo in mind see ln When it becamo so clearly evident Some of tho good tilings that was sorv-
When we are imimbllntr a ' tIie 8teatl" advance of imports 'from that tho government was running bo- ed woro fried Bprlng chlckon, Ico
h t llttl tl -Ul55.000.000 in November td $215,000.-, hind, the present congress ropealod cream and cake. After dinner tnhlo
DOUt a little inconvemence let j 000 ,n Juno somelhing that means ,' the act that was to havo placed sug- games woro playod. Tho youngost
US Stop tO' think what we would j for our manufacturing Industries, nr on the free list, and this commod- guest of thu party, llttlo Dolores Cun-
do if we had to put up with all ; They would have us believe that It Ity is exactly where it was all tho ningham won first prizo In a blind-
the inconveniences Of Washing- foreshadows and Is leading up to a! time the republicans were in power. ' folded contost, Franklin Clark won tho
ton's time. Just think, henever , cm,ne flood of goods from abroad
, , . ,.,, ' which will stop the machinery in all
even rode In a jitney, ne walked. , , . , . , .
' our factories, and from which we can
He never saw a movie. Henev-be saved onIy by a new protectlve
er listened to a Vlctrola. He tariff.
didn't know what a Mazda lamp
Things are not as they were
in "them good old days." No
one wants them to be. A man
or a woman can live as much
in an hour today, as far as get-
m m mm
VUnV AnuAwj ySiSlAto CUOyob WMUM
, SAM WHITE HAD DARK SKIN. HE LIVED IN
GEORGIA. HE COULDN'T WRITE. HE SAW IN
THE PAPER A PICTURE "AD" OF A BURGLAR.
HE GOT SCARED. HE ASKED WHICH BANK HAD
IT'S NAME UNDER THE PICTURE. HE PUT HIS
"FO" DOLLARS IN THAT BANK.
HE "TOOK A NOTION" TO MAKE IT A HUNDRED
DOLLARS. THEN TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE HUN
DRED THEN A THOUSAND.
SAM BANKED MONEY EVERY WEEK UNTIL HE
GOT THREE THOUSAND DOLLARS! WHENEVER
HE WENT INTO THE BANK HE WOULD ASK;
"AIN'T AH GOT MO' MONEY'N ANY CULLUD MAN
IN DIS TOWN?" HE WAS PROUD. SAM NOW
OWNS A FARM. CANT YOU SAVE?
BANK WITH US
. ttiauew1 una,.
Let us see what this growth of im
ports really means. Imports in the
fiscal year that ended with June,
$2,197,934,000 .exceeded those of the
year immediately proceeding by $523,
764,000, and those of 1914 by $303,
815,000. While. $523,000,000 was add
ed to our imports, however, the in-
ting things accomplished are -'poru u m
. 1 UUUl, Ul f , HJJtUWJ,UUW, AUU lUltt IU
a. dav 100 vears ago. Then all
crease ot our sales to foreign buyers
was, In part, made possibly by the
What becomes of the democratic boobie prize. Delia received u number
policy of free trado. If sugar, the one of very pretty presents. Those pros
article ot food which every man, unt were; Mablo Roof, Maxene nnd
woman and child In tho United States Alono Castle, Marceda and Iluth Sales,
uses, must havo a protcctire tariff T . Dema, Dorothy and Dolores Cunning-
The growth of the beet sugar Indus
try in Oregon and Washington as
well as in other states along the Pa
cific coast, is one proof of the raluo
ham, Franklin and Delia Clark.
WALTERVILLE NEWS j
Mrs. Cal Harncs of Sprlngflold Is
of the republican principle of pro. "" vlalttos her ilater. Mm. M. Thorn-
UB HUU ttlVUUD.
tection. Portland Telegram.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stevens and fam
ily havo moved to Wendllng, where
Mr. Stevens Is engaged In work.
Miss Eva Drattain of Sprlngflold Is
Bandon L. D. Slavens refuses $10,
000 for a new load block which he has ' here visiting friends.
patented to use ln logging operation.
Detrlot Surveyors working on rail
road hero some time and two and a
half tons of provisions recently shipp
ed in. Looks as if there might be rail
road activity in the "near future.
Canyon City Asbestos mines oper-
arpund US we hear kicks be- growth of our purchases from abroad
cause the train is a few minutes We were buying more and more raw
late. What would we do if we , material to be used in manufacturing )
had to ride in a stage coach that :ine wnicn we were senu.ng
. . , , . , I across the ocean.
might get stuck in the mud and . Thu accounts for more than ,360.
have to be pried out with part ooo.ooo of the additional $523,000,000
of the neighbor's fence. We in twelve months the Increase of 1m
make a fuss if a letter is a day ported "crude materials for use in be the only asbestos mine working ln
j nnnnfinini-lnfr" wna TCO f(fl AAA . . -
lnmrer In comine tnan usuai b me unuea states,
, . Vi, t.t mir And $120,000,000 more measures the
and do not think that our of what
grandfathers were glad if tney raw materlali cIag8,fled as ..manu.
got their mail once a week. j factures for further use In manufac
Things could be worse now-. turing." Vblle many of our pro-
Herbert Smeed mado a business trip
to Eugone Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arno Ontensoe and
two daughters, Oraco and Dora
anr here from Portland visiting at tho
N.N, Kaldor of Deerhorn went to
Eugene Wednesday and will bo gono
atlng on Beech Creek near ML Vernon
will soon ship first carload of asbestos 1 tbo re8t of tho wook on bU8lne8S.
10 roruanu mantel. Tnis Is said to
The meotlngs held by Rev. Walter
Bailey at the Waltervilio church
closed Priday night nnd they woro nil
Miss Dorothy Andrews and Miss
Vera Dcrtlinger of Eugono are visit
ors In the Emmerich home.
W. Jl. Scott mado a business trip
to Eugene Thursday.
N. C. Richardson returned Thurs
day to his work at Lewlston, Califor
nia, after a week's stay.
Miss Helen Vandyno of Eugene is
hero visiting at the homo of Mr. and
NOTICE OF SALE OF PROPERTY
FOR DELINQUENT SEWER
NOTICE is hereby given that by
jn VR an(i -we could exist with- ducers and the whole country were 'rt"o ?f a warrant Issued to me by the
a-aays anu we wuiu ,.-..., .... ... ! Town Recorder of the Town of Snrlnc-
out many Of the SO-called nec- - . p ' " - field. Oregon, and commanding mo to!
OMlH(lt. nf todav So let US leria'' wo uo 1101 "ear laal an' 01 our ! levy upon and to sell, as upon execu-
essiuea ui manufacturers were harmed by IL , tlon, the" lot 10 and the east 9 feet
cheer up and make tne nest 01 Mls ,n whIch certaIn kIndB of ma. 0f lot 9 in block 22 of the Extended
things. We don't have to work terlal ,ncluded in the list are made , urvey 'n the. Town .of SpringHeld,
. . 1 T. o-of .. ..... I Oregon, to make and to pay the sum
Hall SO naru iur wiwv ayc UUUI1 urwuB ai iuu capacity ;0r $45.00 levied and assessed against!,. , ,,
r.l,- ,U1 A elanro nt unmp nf ihn loaillnv ' onlrl nmnorli ,lh no( 1 Wrs. L,awrcnC0 Alllllcan
, articles inmorted shows how utterly , at the rate f per cent per annum
" 8 'absurd and without warrant are the fom t"e third day of January, 1910,
, -nrnr ! , ,. , , . ! for the cost of constructing a sewer
ONE WAY TO GET THERE , complaints and warnings wo have ; ,n tho alIey oetweon NorUi "B" street
Mr nnn ment,one(1- Tner ws an Increase o' j and North "C" street from Mill street
The surface Street car cuu- the receipts of rubber from $87,000,- east to Ninth street, ln said town;
ductors and motormen of all of 000 to $159,000,000. Have we an 1 that the saId BUra waB BO lovIed and
New York City's great system' domestic producers of rubber who 'SSTScS
have gone on a Strike for higher were injured by this "flood"? This mon Council on the 18th day of Dec-
j a.-,,.-...rvWirtncr nrmrll- ! raw material was needed for autorao- ember, 1909, and was approved by the
wages and better working condi Mayor or tQwn on B(Ud date and
tions with a reduction in hours. 0U. exportg of automoblles roao tQ that such assessment was entered In
The railway engineers and train-;, 97,000,000, from $60,000,000 m the twLS Z Mtoy l
men Of the railroads Of the Unit- ; preceedlng year. The rubber was used uary, 1910, and that the same, and
ed States are balloting on the also, 0f course, In motor cars manu- the whole thereof is now due, unpaid
advisability of declaring a strike f!Lh?me TTJZ I "now therefore, m compliance
, Hamnnda met for 1 0UtpUt ls erowing. More than 750,000 wlth tho 6aId warrant and ,n 0!dor t0
lu """" """" ; , cars were made In the six months I satisfy said Hen and assessment with
higher wages anu a maximum ended with June( and thelr vaiuo ex. costs and disbursements I will on Sat-1
ceeded $450,000,000. Are the Amerlcar 1 "raay "e zna uay or aeptemner,
, , . , ... 1 between the hours of nine o clock A.
puuy.c uuubbf 01 a uevasiaung M. flnd four 0viock P. M.. to-wlt at tho
The Fifth Street Grocery
THOS. S1KES, PROP. PHONE 22
Brick Work Is Hair Done
Tho brick work on tho now Metho
dist church at tho corner of Sixth and
C streets is about half finished and
workmen are now engaged In putting
in the inside woodwork trimmings.
I'ho Inside finishings aro also being
put in the parsonage and both build
ings are nearlng completion.
Tho use of osago orange for mak
ing dyes promises to be extensive.
The Porest Products Laboratory is
making a census which shows that
tho supply of the wood Is more than
amplo to meet present needs,
ports o ttho raw product, which was
refined here to satisfy an exceptional
demand from England, Italy, and
Prance. Hides were needed for tho
millions of shoes we have sold to the
holligerants. Ot all tho imports 68
per cent, or more tnan two-thirds,
were on our free list, Ought we to
annoy and restrain, our manufacturers
by placing tariff duties on rubber and
other raw materials not produced
The truth is that this Increase o
Imports has been distinctly beneficial
to our country and the American peo
ple. It has been due mainly to re
make the amount of said assessment,
with interest and accruing costs and
JOHN E. EDWARDS
Town Marshall of the Town of Spring
field, Oregon. July 31, Aug. 7, 14 21 28
working day of eight hours
This is getting to be a popular
Way Of malting employers better i deluge or foreign products on account , hour of one o'clock P, M. of said date
..rvL-Jntr onmltHnnR of their I of tho year's aln of ?72,000.000 In at the front door of tho Town Hall,
the working conditions or tneir Jmportjj of ruJ)ber? on Main street between Second and
employes. Waslndustrial ruin indicated by the ' JS? 0' XXlZloVSSS
What would the husbands of;year.8 gam of $32,000,000 for raw.KlM
America do if the housewives ; sugar, $17,000,000 for tin, $22,00,0,000 tlon the premises above described, or
o i onrt went nn a worth of raw fibres, an addition of so much thereof as may be required to
strike for a reduotion in working j J"'000'000, for, ,rf w,a"k' and 43'000'
? - . nr.a arwi n 1 000 more for Jldes? Our sugar grow-
hours from 16 to 10 hours and a i wnrfi B
little guaranteeu spenuing mon
ey? When the street cars don't
run we can walk. If the railroad
trains should stop running we
could stay at home. If our wives
should strike woild we go with
A LITTLE "IN THE SHADE"
There is a place that has been
flxed up at the end of Sixth
street Just south of Main, with
a public drinking fountain and
posts to tie teams to. This Is
& fine thing for farmors and colpta of raw materials for use ln
For Sale, Rent, Wanted, Etc.
THE PITTS IMPHOVED
SANITARY DUTTER MOLD
Will mold a ono or two pound
roll of buttor and give tho correct
wolght. Mado out of Oregon Maple
or Ash. Ask your Hardware of
Grocoryman for them, or call at tho
mill Prlco 75c
Manufactured by tho
8prlnnfleld Planing Mill Co.
The Best Groceries
For Less Money-
why not save and deposit in our Savings Department
one-twelfth of your total taxes each month? By so dis
tributing the tax burden over the entire year, It will not
seem so heavy.
4 per cent on savings.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, E(IGENE,0REG0N.
EIGHTH GRADE EXAMINATIONS
Eighth grade examinations will be
held August 31 and September 1, 1016
in School Districts whero there are
pupils to take conditioned subjects,
or othors who want to take the entire
examination. Those latter must be
certified to by their teacher, as having
done the required work in the Seventh
and Eighth grades and the chairman
of the board must order the ques
tions ln time so that the examination
may be given on these dates,
E ,J. MOORE, Co. School Supt.
Aug. 17, 21.
WANTED Experienced girl for gen
aral house work. Apply to 710 O
street, Springfield. 12.
LOST Pink cameo ring with silver
band nt picnic Tuesday, Return to
News ofllce .
POR RENT: Good houso Seventh
and Kelly Dlvd. on half aero of best
land, freo water, chicken coops, ce
ment barn for 3 cows and one
horse, cow furnished it desired, rent
taken out in labor it party wishes,
rent reasonable, Call at tho News
office. j 31 tt
FOR SALE: Good wagon, harness
and hayrackt L, M. Cagisy.
HERBERT E. WALKER
Vfflc In City Hall, Sprlngflold, Ore,
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Preach a better sermon,
Or make a better mousetrap than his neighbor,
Though he build his house ln the woods,
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