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THURSDAY, AUGUST, 31, 1Q10
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
Tlii Spr'mefitld News
J. C. DIMM, WALTER R. DIMM
Editors and Publishers
Published Every Monday and
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, OUR CORRESPONDENTS
CAMP CREEK Ruby Crabtrea
MARCOLA, Elsie Aadorsoa
CEDAR FIATS, . Stella Hart
THURSTON, r Mrs. Walter JMmlston
1VALTERVILLB. Mallaa Mown
WEST SPRINGFIELD, Gladys Lea
DONNA Audrey" Lewis
Member at, the; Wlljarestte Valley
THt)RlSbAY,: XUGXTST; 3l, 1916
WHERE DOES THE PUBLIC
All America is holding its
breath and watching every move
between the railroads and the
brotherhoods of employes. What
will hapen? When will it hap
pen? What will we do if there is
a strike? Are the employes
justified in asking for an eight
hour day? Are the railroads
justified, in refusing to grant an
eight hour day?
Under, the present coditions
the trainmen get paid by the
hour aridthier working days are
just as long as thier runs happen
tq be. If the run takes eight
hours they work eight hours, if
it requires eleven hours, .eleven
hours is the length of the day.
Now the employes ask that they
be, granted an eight hour day
with extra pay for more than
tight hours. When a man does
a day's work does he pot de
serve a little rest and. recrea
tion? .If ;It is necessary for him
to,, be denied this rest and recre
ation is it not worth a little more
to him than his regular working
,.The railroads want to arbi
trate. They want to arbitrate
the last rights or their trainmen
the length of time they shall
work. Nearly 400,000 men are
standing for the same principle
and they threaten to strike if
they are not granted the conces
Bion. Do strikes benefit any
one? Here is what Thomas S.
Adams and Helen L. Sumner
have to say about strikes in
their book on Labor Problems:
"Does the strike pay the work
ingman? The answer of the
most conservative labor leaders
is that it does, and they may
be supposed to know their busi
ness. The strike, they point
out, often drags be lh employers
and employes from a dangerous
rut and facilitates the adop
tion of more efficient methods
of work and production. Again
the morals of organized labor,
the feeling of solidarity, is im
measurably stimulated, they be
lieve, by the common conflict
and the common sacrifices de
manded in this conflict. 'It is
difficult to overestimate the
gain, from a righteous labor up
rising,' says John Mitchell, 'and
there dre few moral forces more
uplifting than the strike spirit
that cements, a vast army of
men.' more particularly they in
sist that strikes are necessary to
impress the employer with the
power of organized labor, and
prepare him for peaceable col
This Is the laborers point of
view. The railroad, has its way
of looking at it and the public
stands by and suffers the con
sequences of the' abtlbns of both
sides. Strikes may be a good
thing fqr ttie wprldncman, but
the are poor, ecpnpmica for
anyftQWV The public suffers
and pays the biUfl. If" there Is a
loe" Ifi'eir es.:tbera,iiro93R
W99P ftffe SrMs- The pubr
jiojrau-iOBf .crops; cities will nave
toid famkiee all inliiiid business
will be demoralized and tho mil
Ions that the public loses will
be so large that the amount lost
by the. railroads and their em
ployes will look small.
President Wilson has asked
congress to pass legislation that
will protect tho public against
great loss on account of a strike.
This is one of tho duties of con
gress under tho police power.
Let them use it
Thurston, Ore. Aug. 29. Herbert
Taylor mot with a painful accident
by falling on a sharp board from a
high banister Monday.
Elmer Olson was slightly injured by
a hayrack falling on him last wcok.
Mrs. Frank Shan of Eugene Is visit
ing friends at this plac
Mrs. Anna Teeters of Cottage Qrovo
la visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ellen
Ross Matthews is the proud poss
essor of a large Mastiff dog shipped
Mr. and Mrs .Frcil Byers of Elmira
spent tho weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry MItcholl and
family spent Sunday at the home of I
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Needham.
Miss Nellie Matthews of Eugene has
charge of the General Merchandise
store here, during the absence of Ross
A picnic for the Junior .Christian
Endeavor ia being planned for next
Saturday. Misses Iris Rowe and Mae
Harbert, superintendents of the Junior
work at Thurston will be In charge of
the youngsters and a good time Is an
ticipated by all
At & Joint meeting of the Junior
and Senior Christian Endeavors of
Thurston, a missionary play was giv
en. The object of the play was to
awaken a more lively Interest In for
eign missions and to show the effect
on the work done In foreign fields,
of carelessness and negligence of the
supporters at home. The entertain
ment was greatly added to by a spec
ial musical number given by Mrs. Ed
mlston and Mrs. Taylor, and another
by Misses Helen Teachoudt, Laura
Mitchel, Wllla. Edmiston and Helen
Harbert members or the Junior so
ciety. After the play and music a
generous collection far foreign mis
sions was received by two little j
friends from China. The church was
tastefully decorated with . flowers of
the season and filled, with a large crowd
of members and friends.
WALTER VI LLE PERSONALS
Waltervllle, Aug. 30. Mr, and Mrs.
Arne Ostensoe and family returned
to their home In Portland last Fri
day after an extended visit at the
The Mlllican Brothers have start
ed with their threshing machine for
the seasons work. And threshed on
the Oscar Mlllican place on Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Max GeBauer and
family came home Monday from an
extended trip in their car.
Chris. Boeson, who has been work
ing for Herbert Smeed, left for his
home in Springfield Saturday.
Miss La Vera Lamb accompanied by
Miss Cora Devor, returned to her
home at Goshen Tuesday.
Mr. Wearln made his general trip
to Springfield with the cream, Wed
nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Momb and family mo
tored to Spencer Creek Sunday where
they spent the day at a social picnic
'n the grove of the farm which they
owned some time ago.
Max GeBauer's freight wagon went
to Blue River Wednesday morning.
Mr. N. N. Kalder returned on a
business trip from Eugene Saturday
and his daughter, Inza accompanied
him after a weeks' visit in that place.
This vicinity had a touch of a thun
der storm Monday night, but no dam
age was done .
Marcola, Aug. 29. Miss Audrey M.
Lewis made a trip to Eugene Tuesday
to have some dental work done.
Mr. and Mrs. N, P. Workman and
daughter Miss Mildred made a trip
to Eugene to attend the funeral o
Rev. E .C. Wlgmore,
Mr. N. A. Baker, former principal
of Marcola, motored hero Saturday
Sherman Spong returned Monday
from North Bend.
Thos. p. Hanson made a trip to
Eugene last week.
Ira E. Glllet left for Oberlln. Ohio
Mr. and Mrs. H. M .Anderson and
daughters Elsie and Lilly motored to
Springfield Sunday to spend the day1
visiting friends 'there .
The young tleopfe of the Marcola
Christian church gave a Jolly' party1
at the homo of Wins Mildred Work
'man of ibis town. The living room
of Miss Mildred 'Workman' home wag
beautifully d'ecor'a'te'd VJth' evergreen
boughs dud beautiful colored "flpwe'rs.
The1 evening Was' spent In 'pjlHylng
games, and then delicious refresh-
y TH QIC KAWm
Itmat , iiiMi 1 1 l-Vt HtNteOKINk
V I, )irenMM.Toccci
chw roftovt ft jo ym
YOU'LL call it a lucky day when you find the
satisfaction there is in a sma U chew of W-B GUT
Chewing, With most chewers tho flavor of rich
tobacco is a genuine surprise- party. There s another
surprise you keep your jaws quiet and restful, for tho
salt brings out the flavor without so much chewing and
tpItUss. Yea think it queer how to ttatll nibble doe i the trick tad
UiU to loBg but it's rick tobtcco, thtt't It. In 10c. pouches, at
Uti t? WETMAN-BKUTOM COMPANT, M IMm SfMtt, fftw Ytk 0
monts were served. Those that at
tended were: Audrey M. LcwIb, Elslt
M.. Anderson, Lawrence E. Drlggs,
Frank Briggs, Lottlo McMurry, Edith
Dial, Altco Schwlnd, Kate Schwlnd,
Agnes Briggs, Alma Purcoll, Nova
Workman, Mark Volgamoro, Agnes
Purcell .Herbert Fudenburg, Hazel
Frailer ,Ray Ernest, Etta McDanlol,
Mary Volgamore and Lenore Work
man. NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
Lane County, State of Oregon, July
To Martin Mattson and F. Mitchell..
You are hereby notified that I havn ox.
pended J200.00 In labor and Improve-
ments upon tho Princess and Creases
lodes as will appear by cortincates
filod July 24. 1916 In tho office of Ro-
corder of said county In order to hold
said premises under tho provisions of
section 2324 Revised Statutes of tho
United States, being the amount re
quired to hold tho same for the year
ending December 31st 191G. And If
within ninety days from tho servlco of
this notice of publication) you fall or
tills notice of publication) you fail or
refusa to contributo your proportion of
such expenditure as co-owner, your In-
terest In said claim will become tho
property of tho subscriber undor sec estate in anu 10 too nuroiniuiur uo
tion 2324. scribed real property, and tho abovo
CHARLES DAVIS, Co-owner i1??: m
Thur 7, 27, to Oct 26. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
NOTICE OF MEETING OF BOARD
.Notice Is .hereby given that the
Board of Equalization for Lano County,
Oregon, will attend nt the court house
In said county on tho second Mon-
day of September .being the 11th day
thereof, 1016,' and publicly examine the
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 bo the
duty of persons Interested to appear
at the time and place appointed.
Dated this 19th day of August, 1916.
BENJAMIN F. KEENEY
County Assessor for Lane County, Ore.
NOTE Taxpayers wishing to ex-
amine their assessments before the
meeting of the Board of Equalization
will please call during the week im -
mediately preceding same.
Aug. 24, 28, 31, Sept. 4, 7.
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION IN
FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIEN
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for Lane County
H ,L. Studley, Plaintiff,
H. B. Kepner, Mrs. H. B. Kepner, and
all pefsbnB unknown, if any, having
or claiming an Interest or estate in
and to the hereinafter described real
To H. B. Kepner, Mrs. H. B. Kep
ner, and all persons unknown, if any,
having or claiming an interest or es
tate in and to the hereinafter describ
ed real property, the above named de
fendants, IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You are hereby notified
that H. L. Studley the holder of Cer
tificate of Delinquency numbered
1196 issued on the 7th (lay of October,
1913, by the Tax Collector of the
County of Lano, State of Oregon, for
the amount of $2.17, the same being
thOamount then ,duo and delinquent
for taxes for the year 1912 together
with penalty, interest and .costs there
on upon the real property assessed to
you, of which you are the owner as
appears of record, situated in said
County and .State, and .particularly
bounded and described as follows, to
wit: Lot numbered (1) one in block num
bered (1) In E, E. Kppner's Addition
tp the town of Springfield; Lane
county, State of Oregon.
You are further notified that said
H, Studley has paid taxes on said
premises for prior or subsequent years,
with the rate of interest on said
amounts as follows:
On March 21, 1914, the sum of $2.97
for taxes for tho year of 1913,
On March 31. 1915 the sum of $2,55
for taxes for the year of 1914.
On April 5, 1916, tho sum of $2.07
for taxes for tho year of. 1915.
All of tho amounts pear Interest
from dale of payment at the rate' of
15 per' .'cnf pe rinntira.
Said H. B. .Kepner as the owner
.f rtlip .IfKal title, of the. above do?
"crlbed. .;ooerty as the same SDnears
of, recora, and each of the other' per
sons above named aro hereby farther'
notified that JI. L. Studley will apply
U the Circuljt Cpurt of.tho.Cpuoty and
Qtatq aforesaid for a, decree foreclos
ing' the ltenlftgaiaSt 'tho-pr6perfykb6ve
described, and. mentioned 'to 'sala? Cer
,Uie"fjrBt publication of this bummona,
exCliSlvo'of til? daV of said Ural' pub
ijlcatton, and. dtfend thia actios or pay
the amount dua as above shown,
jitjfi'rVKb cob'b Hcd icT'icd rr
ttCH h tmtp. 1
Ijouhd n. to iw h
r-flfooeM or cur I
and In case of your fallura to do bo, a
docreo will bo rendered foroolotlng tho
Hon of sail taxes and costs against
tuo land ami premises above named.
This summons Is published by order
of the Honorable Q. F. Sklpworth,
Judge of tho Circuit Court of tho Stato
of Oregon for tho County of Lano and
Bald order was mado and dated this
Slst day of July 1910, and tho datu of I
tho first publication of this summons :
la the 3rd day of August, 1916. I
All procosa and papers In this pro-1
ccedlng may be served upon the undor
signed residing within tho Stato of Ore
gon at the address hereinafter men
tioned. L. M. TI1AVIB.
Attorney for Plulntlff
Address. Eugeno. Oregon.
Aug. 3,10,17,2431: Sopt. 7,22.214.171.124ct.6
5UMMON8 FOR PUBLICATION IN
FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIEN
In the- Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Lane County
H. L. Studley, Plaintiff,
William R. West, Mrs. William R.
West, and all persons unknown. It
any,- having or claiming an Intorest
or estato in and to the hereinafter
descrlbod real property, Defendants.
To William R. West. Mrs. William
IL West, and all persons unknown, II
Y having or claiming an Intorest or
H. L. Studley tho holder of Certlllcato
of Delinquency numborcd 1290 Issued
on the 7th day of October, 1913, by
the Tax Collector of tho County or
Lai,,,, stato of Oregon, for tho amount
or 17.45, the same being the amount
then duo and delinquent for taxoa for
the, year 1012. together with penalty,
interest and costs thereon upon tho
real property assessed to you, of which
you are the owner as appears of rec
ord, situated in said county anu state,
and particularly bounded and describ
ed as follows, to-wit:
Lot number (6) six, In Block num
ber (6) St. In Midway Park, In Lone
bounty, State of Oregon.
You ore further notified that said
JI. L. Studley has paid taxes on said
I premises for prior or subsequent years
-with the rate of Interest on said
! amounts as follows:
On March 31. 1915, tho sum of $.52
for taxes of the year 1914.
On March 5, 1916, tho sum of $.62
for taxes for tho year of 1915.
All of the above amounts bear In
torest at the rate of 15 per cent per
Said Wlllam R. West as tho owner
of tho legal title of tho abovo describ
ed property as tho same appears of
record, and each of tho other porsonB
above named are horoby further noti
fied that H. L. Studley will apply to
tho Circuit Court of tho County and
Stato aforesaid for a decree foreclos
ing tho lion against the property abovo
described, and mentioned In said Cer
tificate. And you aro horoby sum
moned to appear within sixty days
after the first publication of this sum
mons, exclusive of tho day of Bald
first publication, and defend this ac
tion or pay the amount duo as abovo
shown, together with costs and ac
ed interest, and In case of your failure
todo so, a decree will bo rendered
foreclosing tho lien of said taxes and
costs against the land and promises
This summons Is published by order
of the , Honorable G. F. Hklpwortn,
Judge of tho Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon for tho County of
Lano and said Order was made and
dated tho 31st day of July, 1916, and
tho date of the first publication of this
summons is' the 3rd doy of August,
All process and papers In this pro
ceeding may be served Upon tho Under
signed residing with tho Stato of
Oregon at the.address hereinafter men
tioned. Lv M.TRAVIS
Attorney for Plaintiff
Address Eugne, Oregon
Aug. 3,10,17,24,31, Sept7,14,2l,28, Oct.5
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of tho Inferior, U. S.
Land Offlco at Rosoburg, Oregon,
August 2. 1916
Notice Is .hereby, given that Melzar
A. nice, oi ran urec-K, yruesu" rfu
tin January 31, 1913, made Homestead
Entry, Serial. No- 08659, for the S. B.
u of N.-E-. U of Section 20. -Township
18 8mRange 1 E., Willlmotte Moriqiani.,
.naS HIOU nOllCO Ul lUllUlUUJJ m mnnw
Final Threeyear Prdof, to establish
riulm to iha land: above described)
before I. P, Hewitt. Ui & CommlBstpnT,
? WjRjisssas sir PB;
AaelpUsB Klntzley, of Fall ' Creek,
Ed. ShonltB.. of Fall Creok, Oregon,:
Lcfcah- NdeL of. Fall Cr6ok, Qrtgon.
Joan KWelnger, of Fall Creek,1
Oregon. ' ' ' "
w tt niunu
-WuvtWi Mid mMt Wi'
HUSBAND AND WIFE BOTH "SHOULD SAVfc
MONEY. WHAT'S THE GOOD FOR ONE TO SAVE
AND THE OTHER TO SPEND.
JUST ASK YOURSELF TODAY: "WHO OETS,
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
Eats for Hop Pickers
Hop picking ninlcQB ono might, hungry. Wo hnvo
everything here to nppcaao the biggest hop appetite
there is. Before going to tho hop yards come to
Slkc8' Grocery and stock up your lardor, the dollars
will go farther.
riave you tasted that fine honoy wo havo Junt re
ceived from Junction City? There are, 400 pounds
of the best honey that bees know how to make, 15
cents a pound or 7' pounds for ,$1.00.
The Fifth Street Grocery
THOS. SIKES, PROP, PHONE 22
$ 200 LOTS FOR $ 75
For the next 30 days we offer you your choice of any lots
unselected In Central Addition to Springfield for $75.00
pay us 10 per cent down and wo will give you plenty of
time on the balance and make tho payments easy The
numbers offered at this price Is limited this we know Is
the biggest bargain over offered in Springfield. Look them
over and remember tho Bale lasts 30 days and no longer.
,. E.' E. Kepner, D. W. Roof, M. M. Peery, Sprinafjteld; A. C.
Barbour, Route 2, Eugene, (Residence Springfield Junction)
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customers, and each ono wo solve lves us just so
much moro experience to apply to 'tho next Ono. Thjs
is what keeps us bimy this Is w.hy wo are best
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