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Tim SPRINGFIELD NEWS
The Springfield News
3. C. DIMM, WALTER R. DIMM
Editors and Publishers -
Published Every 'Monday
worth the trouble nnd worth nil
the time It takes?
Many times we arc urged to
fix up our homes, to cut the
grass, nnd make other Improve
ments so that when tho town
has' visitors wo may have fine
homes to show them. Why not
rates op subscription I llx l for tho satisfaction we
Ono Year. .... i.60 i ourselves will get out of living
Bix Months .75 ' in neat attractive homos.
Threo months - ! There Is no bettor nlaco In
Advertising Vatos furnished on appll- j 0rogon whoro Dn0 cnu ,mvo n
bigger and better variety of
flowers and shrubbery, than
The climatic conditions
CAMtt CREEK Ruby Crabtree here.
marcola, Eisto Anderson are almost ideal and there is
CEDAR FLuTS, Stella Hnrt no trouble in raisin just wlmt
S-T0?' want to beautify the town
-WALTERVILLE, ' Mnllna Momb .
WU IIVU 111.
Member of the Willamette Valley
BEAUTY AND CIVIC PRIDE
One can get a fine view of
MONDTY' AUGUST 2S, 1910 Springfield from the top of Will-
jamotte Heights and a fine view
it is. The town has fine broad
and level streets; it has some
OUR TOWN LIBRARY
There Is one public institu
tion that is appreciated and used fine business blocks and some
town the Public Library. The snaue trees When one goes
library is supported by a millage ' along the historical boulevards
tax on Springfield property. The ' of the cities of England and
amount of money that is derived France he is impressed with the
from this tax is scarcely ade-i beauty of the shade trees that
quate to pay the expenses of are so well taken care of. In
t.hn rendinir room and at the our eastern cities and towns tho
, A, , ,Uustrlnl relations.
some um euiurgu uie muun. ui ( ujivuii iuuu. is e.irrieu out. ui
other elements ot our cltlrcnnhlp.
2. The federal Income tax law,
3. Tho federal rosorvo net, which
measures up to tho Progressive re
quirement for "tho issuo of currency
ns n roveritmontnl function under n
syitom whoso control should bo lodgod
with tho government nnd should ho
rroiet vd from domination or mnnlpu
'.nlon by Wall Streot or by any speclnl
4. The food roads law, which ex
tends aid to road building .
, S. .Tlis trails commission law, which
fully MlJAed the Progressive demand
ftr a "strong federal administrative
commission of high standing that shall
maintain pormofnoiH, notlvo Bupsrvjs
Ion over Industrial corporations en
gaged In Interstate commerce."
6. An eight hour law applying to
work done for the government as well
as work done by the government.
7. An eight-hour law aplytng to
-.iuale employoes In the District of
Columbia, orer which Congress has
S. An eight-hour provision for post
oftlco clerks nnd carriers. ,
9. An olght-hour provision appli
cable to civilians engaged In the manu
facture of ortlninco and powtlUr for
10. An eight-hour provision ns to
the mining ot all coal to bo usod by
11. Tho children's bureau law" to
promote the welfare of children nnd
to dovlio means preventative of the
necessities of parents retarding devol
bpment of the child.
12. The Industrial commission law
to Investigate tho ontlre subject ot In-
! having the streets lined with
13. Tho phosphorus match law to
protect the hoaltu of workers In the
14. Tho Clayton antl-trnst act. em
bracing the regulation of the Issuance
NOTICE OF 8ALE OF PROPERTY
FOR DELINQUENT SEWER
NOTICE ia horeby given that by
vlrlun nf n warrant lnntiml In Inn bv tlin
Town Recorder ot the Town ot Sprlitgwl
Held, Oregon, and commanding mo to '
levy upon nnd to sell, ns upon oxoctt
Hon. tho lots 1..2 nnd .1 In block It of ,
tho Extended Survey ot tho Town of
Springfield, Oregon, tn make and to
pay the mint of $108.00 being tho 1ml- j
mice of nil tiHsessmeut against said I
jroperty, with Interest thereon at the
rate. of six per cent per nnnum from
the 19th day ot January. 1910, fur the
cost of ixmstrrtcttac a wr In thu
aUey between, North "A" street and.
Norm "C"- etreel rroin Mill street
east to 9th street In said town; that
th re was Mammed and levied against
said property the sum of $120.00 and i
(hat there has been paid thetfon the
urn ot $12.00 that such assessment '
was so made and IcvlH by Ordinance
No. 130. passed by the Common (Coun
cil on tho IStli day or necemher, 1000.
and was approred by the Mayor of,
4'.ld Town on said dat. and that such i
Assessment wns entered In the Docket
of Town Lions by tho Town Recorder j
on the 10th day of January 1010, and I
that the said balance, nnd the whole
thereof with Interest theron from the I
;;th day of January, 1910 la now dun,
uupnl.l nnd dollnouent;
N.W THEREFORE. In compliance
with the said warrant nnd In order to
natisfy Mid lloir-nnd assessment with
Interest and costs nnd disbursement
ol sale. I will on Saturday the 3ud day
of Seutembor. 19115. nt tho hour of one '
o'clock P. M. an said date, nt tho front
door of the Town Hall In tho Town of i
Jorlugnold, Oregon, offer for sale for
cash, subject to the right of rodomp
t'on. the premises nlwve described, or
so much thereof as may bo refill rod to
mako the amount of said assessment,
with Interest nnd accruing costs.
JOHN K. HOWARDS
Town Marshall of tho Town of Spring
field, Oregon. July 31. Aug. 7, 14 21 ?i
A good library is recognized j beautiful shade trees,
as an asset to any community, j Where in the world will trees
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a better Ubrary than it has at ; Willamette valley? Wiere could j 15 Tho nopartmont of Labor law,
the present time. It should have the trees be gotten more easily renting a department with a secre
jmore bound, magazines, more J and more cheaply than they can j tary, who shall bo a membor of tho
reference books and can use all he purchased here? But with all esldonCs cabinet,
th. good 0ctIofl HOOKS UtjtU.tlnid3r.BwAuM. uTLiSSSTTSiiSiirS
comes Along. There ai;e appar- In Springfield where shade trees Progressive demand that measures be
ently .two- ways of - getting new have been planted and cared for. , taken to lift "the last load ot illiteracy
books for the library. One is to Much could be added to the rom American youth" by "encourag
give the librarian money and let beauty of the town if the citizens lnB aKrIcuUMural education and" domes
her purchase the books, and the j would use a little concerted ef-, "liSe corrupt elections practices
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uiucr is tu jjive uuujva , iu me iui i. iu jjuuil uecs uiuug uie ! nct,
Many are the hooks that are
getting worn out by the dust
and in some out of the way
places in the homes of this com
munity. Many are the books
that some of us have that we do
not share with others that we
do not want or do not need.
Wouldn't it be a fine thing for
us to look up these books and
tnerce Court and authorizing tho In
tcrstate Commerce Commission to
I make aphyslcal valuation ot railroads.
19. The Sherwood pension bill,
which must meet the Progressive Idea
of a "wise and Just policy of pension
Ing American soldiers and sailors and
tbeir widows and children.'
20. The parcels post law.
This is Impressive. Standing on
such a record of accomplishment ns
i this, the Democrats are entitled to
T)Ut them in cood condition and I nv Tho i,, , 'eel confident. The attack upon their
tVmn tnV fhom tn tho ,,wi u I , ? . ! Position must be made from another
then take them l to the Public i hatched in filth and the young angle. The indications are that it is
library and let others appreciate - flies live on filth until they are on the executive nets and policies of
the treasures that are stored up , strong enough to fly. Then they Ul administration that, the heavy
in them. j r0t thir foot tn i,t i , guns of the Republicans will bo
SWAT THE FLY
Fly season is on and the pests
are becoming more numerous
every day. The hotter the wea
ther the better the house fly
thrives. There is probahly no
living thing that can spread
more germs and spread them
. faster than the common house-
Measures abolishing the Com-
them sent to the library. These
are appreciated by library read
ers. The moral and educational
Several people have subscrib-j0f Kerms and dirt and then thnv
ed for magazines and are having: walk on a person's face, or on
the baby's mouth or on the
things we are going to eat.
There are two ways of dealing '
with the fly problem. The flv,
tone of the people of a commun- j thrives in filth. Keep the filth
Ity is moulded by the kind of ; and rubbish away from the back I
company the individuals keep, .yards. Get rid of the manure!
Good books and magazines are from around the stables. Do T0 trade One span mares, weight
the best company one can keep ' not let the table scraps rot in the 1000 pound8' 8 years oId- ln good
t o ,,,v. it , 1 , 4 - , condition, harness and wagon for
Let us who can and who do . open air. A few warm days can 8econd.hand ForU. Call at John
appreciate good books help to , multiply the number of flies by ! seavey's hop yard. Dick Jones.
see to It that the supply of good , the hundreds of thousands if I
For Sale, Rent, Wanted, Etc.
NOTICE OF SALE OF PROPERTY
FOR DELINQUENT SEWER
NOTICE Is horeby given that by'
.lrtuo of n warrant issued to mo by the '
Town Recorder of tho Town of Spring-;
iiold, Oregon, und commanding mo to J
'evy upon nnd to sell, as upon oxocu-,
Hon, tho lot 10 and tho east 9 feet
or lot 9 In block 22 ot tho Extended
Survey In tho Town of Sprlngtlold,
Oregon, to make nnd to pny tho sum
of $45.00 levied nnd nssossed against
said property, with intoreHt thoron
nt the rate of C per cent per annum
from the third day of January, 1910,
for the cost of constructing- a sewer
In the alley botwepn North, "IV; streot 1 1!
ml V'nrll. "I"' .trn.it fi-nt,. Mill ulrnnl ' 1J
east to Ninth street, tn satd town;
that tho said sum was bo levied nnd
assessed -against said property by Or
dinance No. 138, pnssed by tho Com
mon Council on the ISth day of Dec
ember, 1909, and was approved by tho
Mayor of said town on said date, nnd
that such assessment was ontored In
the Docket of Town Liens by tho
Town Recorder on tho 3rd day of Jau
uary, 1910, and that tho same, nnd
tho whole thereof Is now due, unpaid
NOW THEREFORE. In compllnnco
with the said warrant and In order tc
satisfy said lien and assessment with
costs and disbursements I will on Sat
unlay the 2nd day ot September, 1916,
between the hours of nlno o clock A.
M. and four o'clock P. M., to-wlt at tho
hour of one o'clock P. M. of said dale
at the front door of the Town Hall,
on Main street between Second nnd
Third Btreots, In the Town of Spring
field, Oregon, offer for sale, for cash,
subject only to the right of redemp
tion tho premises above described, or
so much thereof as may bo required to
make the amount ot said assessment,
with interest and accruing costs and
JOHN E. EDWARDS
Town Marshall of tho Town of Spring
field, Oregon. July 31, Aug. 7, H 21 28
HUSBAND AND WIFE DOTH SHOULD SAVE.
MONEY. WHAT'S THE GOOD FOR ONE TO SAVE
AND THE OTHER TO SPEND.
JUST ASK YOURSELF TODAY: "WHO GETS
THE MONEY I EARN?" DO I GET IT OR DOES
SOMEBODY ELSE GET IT?
IF SOMEBODY ELSE IS GETTING IT CUT HIM
OFF. YOU EARNED YOUR MONEY: .IT BELONGS
TO YOU. KEEP IT.
BE A CAREFUL MAN AND BANK YOUR MONEY.
BANK WITH US
company that is now at the li
brary becomes larger.
WHERE WE LIVE
The town In which we live is
the best or the worst place for
us according to what we make
it ourselves. We can be happier
in Springfield than in any other
town if we make up our minds
to make it so. How about our
homes. Are they homes or just
places to live in until something
else comes along that might
make us better off, so that we
can have that fine home we have
been planning on so long.
A house does not have to be
large and expensive on a big lot
to make a fine home. It can just
be a small humble cottage and
be the finest home ever. Just
think what a few flowers, less
"weeds, a few climbing vines, a
nice lawn, a new coat of paint,
all of the palling8 in place on the
fence with a few shade trees
around, will do for the appear
ance of a place. It does not cost
veiy much to have these things.
It taies a little time and some
times quite a lot of -work to get
things started, but, is it not
Will the person who took two bank
books and a deed from my coat
pocket at Kompp's Livery barn on
Saturday night Please mail them to
box 245, Springfield and avoid trouble
WANTED: Ry young experienced
farmer steady position on a dairy
farm. Rox 41, Route 2, Eugene.
LOST Pink cameo ring with silver
band at picnic Tuesday. Return to
News ofllco .
filth is left to collect In which the
eggs can be deposited.
Swat the fly. The genius of
man has made many contrap
tions for getting rid of the fly.
There is tangle foot, and there
are screens, and fly cages and
the plain "swatter." Keep the
flies down to the minimum,
keep them away from the food.
especially the food of the small ; WANTED-Experlenced girl for gen
t,,,,. m,, ... aral house work. Apply to 710 C
children. This Is an easy way 8treet, Springfield. t2.
aim an inexpensive way or pre
venting the spread of-'disease.
A FINE LEGISLATIVE RECORD
In a presidential campaign the par
ty In power has the advantage ot po
sition If It has a good record. It can
"point with pride," while the oppo
sition can only "view with alarm";
and when the record Is nsubstantlal
ono, sounding the alarm is not too
easy a task.
Tho record of an administration has
two sides, the executlvo and the legis
lative. In the present campaign the
Democratic record of legislative a
chlovement is a notable one. Chair
man McCormick, of the Democratic
National Committee, has Just Issued
a summary of it, Intended for Progres
sive consumption, It contains a score
1. The rural credits act, which por
mlts the farmer the Bamo access to
credit facilities that Is enjoyed by the
NOTICE OF MEETING OF DOARD
Notice Is hereby given that tho
Hoard of Equalization tor Lane County,
Oregon, will attend at tho court houso
In said county on tho second Mon
day of September .being tho 11th day
thereof, 191C, and publicly examine tho
assessment rolls and correct all errors
in valuation, description or qualities
of lands, lots or other property assess
ed by tho assessor; and It shall be the
duty of persons Interested to appear
at the time and place appointed.
Dated this 19th day of August, 191C.
BENJAMIN K. KEENEV
County Assessor for Lano County, Ore.
NOTE Taxpayers wishing to ex
amine their assessments before tho
meeting of tho Hoard of Equalization
will please call during the week 1m
mediately preceding same.
Aug. 24, 28, 31, Sept. 4, 7.
For Less Money
The Fifth Street Grocery
THOS. SIKES, PROP. PHONE 22
THE PITT8 IMPROVED
SANITARY DUTTER MOLD
Will mold n ono or two pound
roll of butter and give tho correct
weight. Mndo out of Oregon Mnplo
or Ash. ABk your Hardware of
Oroceryman for thorn, or call at tho
mill Prlco 7Cc
Manufactured by tho
SprlnQfleld Pianino Mill Co.
FOR SALE: Good wagon, harness ,
and hayrack, L. M. Cagloy.
OR SALE! Nine aero farm one fourth
mile east of C res well. River bottom
land all in cultivation. Has four
acres of iiganborrles, one and seven
eighths acres In rod raspberries In
bearing Intermingled with four year
old applo trees. Has houso, barn,
and modern chicken houses with
fenced In parks. Can be had nt a
bargain. Address A31. caro of The
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department ot the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon,
August 2, 191C
Notice is hereby given that Melzar
A. Rice, of Fall Creek, Oregon, who,
on January 31, 1913, made Homestead
Entry. Serial No. 0S559, for the 8. E.
Va of N, E. W of Section 20, Township
18 S., Range 1 E., Willlmotto Meridian,
has filed notice of intention to mnko
Final Three-year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described,
before I. P. Hewitt, U. S. Commission
er, at his office, at Eugene, Oregon, on
the 18th dny of September, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Adolphus Klntzley, of Fall Creek,
Ed. Shoults, of Fall Creek, Oregon.
Logan Neet, of Fall Creok, Oregon.
John Kissinger, of Fall Creek,
W. II, CANON Register
Aug 7,10,14,17,21,24,28,31, Bopt. 7,11,14
FOR SALE OR TRADE Small Irult
ranch within sight of Crcswoll, Will
consider trade on Springfield resl-1
donee property. Address,
s, C 31,
So live today that when tomorrow
Thou shalt not cloud the sun with
But let thy hand and heart commit
That love for man and faith in Cod ,
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 entlro year, it will not
Beem so heavy.
4 per cent on savings.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, EUGENE, OREGON.
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is what keeps us busy-this is why wo are best
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done. Suppose you ask us to submit specimens and
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