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THE SPRINGFI1LK NKWS
THURSDAY, , SBPTEMWHt, 7
iAh. Silas Gafcnvo ft'sutprlso paMy
at nor homo on vtUahio'tto Heights,
for" Mrs. Marvin Drury, yesterday
nftcni'ooh. Tho rooms" wore decorated
-with pink and white astors. Tho
tables wero daintily arranged, having
largo baskets ot pink and whit sweet
peas In tho center joined to tho how
l)on baskets with oamty rlhoons. A
guessing contest was a special feature
of tho afternoon's entertainment
After spending a pleasant afternoon
tho guosts woro served with refresh
ments. Those present were: Mrs. Mar
vin" Drury. Mrs. 1. V. Jackson, Mrs. B.
E. Morrison, Mrs. E. O. Sutton, Mrs.
II. AV. Whltny, Mrs. .J 0. Holbrook,
Mrs, J. E. Edwards, Mrs. M. G. Hally.
Mrs. Itobert Drury, Mrs. J. II Fox. Mrs.
Heury MoCullum, Mrs. W. P. Walker.
Mrs. Percy Tyson, Mrs. M. J. McKlln,
Mrs. H. E. Valker. Olre. J. P. Fry,
Mrs. D. S. lieals, Mrs. A. Valentino,
Mrs. Fred Montgomery. Misses Ethol
Conloy, Edna Swarts and Lou Mc
pherson and Mrs. Silas Gay.
A number of friends gave Herbert
Mooro a surprise party Wednesday
evening at tho Methodist church par
lors, in honor of his sixteenth birth
day. After choir practice Hcrbort was
Invited to enter tho church parlors to
cpend the remainder of the evening.
A birthday cako with sixteen candles
was a special surprise of tho evening.
Those present were: Mrs. J. T. Moore,
Wlss M. Morris. Misses Eunice Parker,
Dorrls Slkes, Iteta Johnson, Leota Mc
Cracken, Ruth Scott, and Herbert
Mooro. Wlnnlfred May, Verdon May,
John Dtmra, Will Rodenbough, Floyd
Bartlett and Orson Vaughn.
Mrs. J. 'C.' Mullen gave a birthday
party to a number of friends Wednes
day afternoon in honor of her daughter
Helen's twelfth birthday at their home
on Seventh and B streets. Those en
joying the games and refreshments
were: Misses Helen Mullen, Gretchen
Lcnlco and- Fairy Herrick, Crystal
Bryan, Charlotte Stewart, Alene and
Dorjne Larimer, Hazel Brattain, and
Marcola, Ore. ' Sept 6. Several
people here were celebrating Labor
Day by imbibing quite a quantity of
booze. Tho results were that the
prosecuting attorney and the sherln
"were up the next day.
J. F. Volgamore was in Eugene Mon
day and Tuesday on business.
Frank and George Mason are leav
ing today for California where they In
tend to spend the win.er.
C. H. Slack visited the John Seavey
hop yard Tuesday Sept 5. He brought
tack the report that the hops were
very good and that about seventy Mar
cola neoDle were picking there.
Charlie Maple is working In the
Post Office now, taking the place of
Miss Elsie Anderson.
The Rebeka'h's held their weekly
meeting Tuesday night Sept 5.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Anderson and
family motored to Coburg Sunday.
A number of friends gathered at
the home of Mrs. 'Walter Fisher's Sun
day evening td play cards. Those
present were': MrsJ Mart Johnson,
Mrs. F. Titus, Mrs. L. M. Dugnid, Mrs.
W. Anderson, Mrs. F. Jones and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Morris and
Fred Titus and family were In Eugene
the first of the week
Miss Monnle Evans.onc of the teach
ers of the Marcola school returned
A surprise party was given by the
Five Hundred Club at the home of
Mrs. F. A. Nlckerson Tuesday night
The evening was spent In playing
cards, after which ice cream and cake
-was served. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Price, Mr. and Mrs.
"Walter Price, Mr. and Mrs. Mart John
son, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Anderson,
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Nlckerson, Mrs.
Fred Fisher, Mrs. Walter Fisher. Mrs.
Fred Titus, Mrs. A. DIckert, Mrs. H.
J. Downing and Mrs. L .M. Duguld.
i .til . 1 . I . n . i
no wno maligna uau uauyna Deaiyi
Many years ago Walker Wtittosldtl
.'producer of ,tho "MALTING PQTM
wlm ino mnnnntnir n. ilnnll Mnn.lit
."' ........... vrv.w.
company out of Now York, advertised
for an actor tho ad was answered by
P. "W. Grlnith producer ot the groat
"BIRTH OF A NATION," Tho posi
tion only paid $21.00 a week, Grlltlth
asked ??f!00, jho vnil, refused tho
position. At a banquet recently hold
In-Los Angeles, tho two great produ
cers mot. Mr, Wttttesldo having just
witnessed Mr. Grlinth's latest produc
tion "BIRTH OF A NATION" said ho
truly thought I). W. GrlitUh was worth
$25.00 a week. Look for tho MELT
ING POT at tho Bell Thoatro Sat
For Sale, Rent, Wanted, Eto.
FOR RENT: Furnished houso on
Eight and D streets. T. J. Mccracken.
MUSIC LESSONS: Mrs. A. G. Knapp
who lias left the city has turned her
class ovor to ma. Phono 1047-T
Helen Robinson, Kincnid Park,
of O. Graduate.
PEACHES: Best Peaches at ?1.00
bu. delivered or at F. G. Young's
orchard, $1.00 bu. for firsts and .75c
for seconds. Tel. 768L or 14F22.
TO TRADE One span mares, weight
1000 pounds, 8 years old, in good
condition, harness and wagon for
second-hand Ford. Call at John
Seavey's hop yard. Dick Jones.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior. U. S.
.Land OCIca at Roseburg, Oregon,
August 2, 1918
Notice is bsraby givaa that Mdaar
A. Ric, of Fall Creek, Oregoa, who,
January 31, 1913, made Hoaeleal
Entry. Serial No. 0J6B9, for the 8. B.
of N. S. U ef Section 39, Towaaklp
18 S., Range 1 8., Willltaette Uerldtem,
has filed aotie of tnUatioa to make
Final Three-year Proof, to establish
claim to th land aboTa decribU,
bfore I. P. Hewitt, U. S. Commission,
er, at his otte, at Sugeaa, Oregon, on
the 18th day of September, 1916.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Adolphus Klatzley, of Fall Creek,
Ed. Shoults, of Fall Creek, Oregon.
Logan Neet, of Fall Croek, Oregon.
John Kissinger, of Fall Creek,
W. H. CANON Register
.vig 7.iciu?.2i.s4..s:, sept 7.11.14
TEST NOW SATISFACTORY
Division Engineer Talks From Summit
of Mount Hood to San Francisco
Tho efficiency of the Forest Service
telephone line to the summit of mount
Hood was demonstrated last week
when W, D. Scott, Division Equipment
Engineer of the Pacific Telegraph and
Telephone company, visited the mount
Hood lookout station and conversed
lth S. H. Hess, Transmission Engi
neer, at San Francisco, California, a
distance of 900 miles horizontally and
nearly two miles vertically.
The results of the test were so
satisfactory that plans are making for
a test telephono conversation between
the lookout on mount Hood and the
Forester, Washington, D. C. Officials
of both the Forest Service and the
Telephone company say that such a
conversation can be successfully car
ried on. If this test is made, it will
fee by the company and thePorest Ser
jrjcu working in cooperation.
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 persons 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 day of October,
1913, by the Tax Collector of the
County of Lane, State of Oregon, for
the amount of $2.17, the same being
the amount then due 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 (l)1 one la block num
bered (1) in E.E.Kepner's Addition
to the town of Springfield, Lane
county, State of Oregon.
You are further notified that said
H. L. 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 the year of 1913.
On March 31, 1915 the sum of $2.55
for taxes for the year of 1914.
On April 5, 1916, the sum of $2.07
for taxes for the year of 1915.
All of the amounts bear interest
from date of payment at the rate of
15 per rent per annum.
Said H. B. Kepner as the owner
.I the legal title of the above de
crlbed property as the same appears
of recoca, and each of the other per
sons above named are hereby further
notified that H. L. Studley will apply
to the Circuit Court of the County and
Siate aforesaid for a decree foreclos
ing the Hen against tho property above
described, and mentioned In said Cer
tificate. And ,'ou are hereby summon
ed to appear within sixty days after
the first publication of this summons,
exclusive of the day of said first pub
lication, and defend this action or pay
the amount due as above shown, to
fpflir v,'.h ce'o nrd ict-'cI 'rin-z
and in case of your failure to do so, a
decree will bo rendered foreclosing the
Hen of sail taxes and costs against
the land and premises above named.
This summons Is published by order
Df the Honorable G. F, Sklpworth,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon for the County of Lane and
said order was made and dated this
31st day of July 1916, and the date of
the first publication of this summons
is the 3rd day of August, 1916.
All process and papers in this pro
ceeding may be served upon the under.
signed residing within the State of Ore
gon at the address hereinafter men
U M. THAVJH,
Atorno7 for Plaintiff
Address. Eugene, oiegon.
Aug.-3,1,17,2431: Sept. 7,14,21,28,001.5
COX & c
Dollar Day Specials
All Specials on Sale for Cash
One Day OnlY, Saturday, September 9
DRY GOODS SPECIALS
8 yds. curtain scrim $l.oo
10 yds. dress gingham l.oo
9 yds.'dress percale l.oo
3 yds. dress mohair l.oo
20 yds. wash dress goods l.oo
7 yds. kimona crepe l.oo
en's Furnishing Goods Specials
13 pr men's canvas gloves
5 men's ties
Reg. 10 cent men's socks 13 prs.
Reg. 25 cent men's dress socks 5 pr.
5 prs. ladies burson hose
4 corset covers, regular 35c
3 corset covers, regular 50c
$1.5o ladies gowns
1.25 ladies waists
All ladies dress skirts
Reg.5oc men's undershirts 3 for l.oo
Reg.Soc men's un.drawers 3 pr. l.oo
Reg. 1.25 men's -dress shirts l.oo
16 lbs. white beans $l.oo
6 lbs. roast bufe coffee l.oo
3 lbs. D wight Edwards depen
dable coffee , l.oo
25 bar spelean easy soap 1 .oo
25 bars white wonder soap 1 .oo
1 5 lbs. 20 m t borax powder l.oo
5 pkg. 20 m t boarx chips l.oo
50 lbs. blue ribbon dairy salt .65
50 lbs. re washed half ground salt .33
lOOlbs. rewashed half ground salt. 60
1 doz.wide mouth mason jars pts..59
1 doz.wide mouth mason jars qts. .69
1 doz. wide m. mason jars half gal..89
1 sk. princess hard wheat flour 1.50
1 sk. booster flour 1.25
REERY DRUG CO.
Dollar Day Specials
$1.00 Rexall Hair Tonic Both Any $1.00 Patent Medicine ) Both
25c Rexall Shampoo $ for $1.00 Any 25 Cent Article in the Store $ for $.100
. , ' '
$1.50 Hot Water Bottle. for $1.00 inStT for
$1.S0 Fountain Syringe. for $1.00 TwASy for $1.00
Other Items Especially Priced for This Sale Only
25c Rexall tooth paste
25c violet Dulce talcum
3 10c bars toilet soap
50c violet Dulce complex
20c tooth brushes
$1.00 hot waterrbottle
75c hot water bottle
25c Natures remedy
35c Fletcher's Castora
50c Sloan's liniment
25c White Pine cough syrup
16c 15c bottle Peroxide 09c
17c 10c bottle grape juice 07c
19c 25c Rexall white liniment 18c
21c $1.00 Sloans liniment 79c
20c 25c Dewitts early risers 16c
39c 15c Blue Jay corn plasters 10c
13c 15c linen tablets Hc
73c 10c linen envelopes 7c
54c 25c linen box paper 19c
19c 50c box paper 41c
37c 35c correspondence cards 26c
19c Jthe faxaCt Stom