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THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
MONDAY 8MPTH3Mnii.lt 11 1010
The Springfield . News
'J. C. DIMM, WALTER R. DIMM
Editors and Publishers
RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION
Ono Yonr .... $1.60
Blx Months - .75
Thrco months .50
Advertising rates furnished on appli
CAMP CREEK Rubr Crabtree
MARCOUtV Audrey Lewis
CEDAR FLATS. Stella Hart
THURSTON, Mrs. Walter Edmtston
WALTERVILLE, Mallna Momb
WEST SPRINGFIELD, Gladys Loo
DONNA Charles Heck
Member of the Willamette Valley
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1916
who keep stock Inside the town
limits Bhould bo required to
maintain covered manuro pits
as well ns to put lime on tho ref
use at least once each week dur
ing the summer months in ordor
to keep tho breeding of flies
down to the minimum.
If those who are responsible
for the breeding of flies do not
see to it that their rubbish heaps
are kept under cover, tho town
marshall should bo Instructed to
take the matter in hand and act
in accordance with the laws of
NOTICE OK SHERIFF'S SALE ON
Notlco Is hereby given that by vir
tue of nn Exocutlon nnd Ordor of Sale
Issued out of tho Circuit Court of tho 1 messages, parlor car scats, auil berth
State of Oregon for Lane County on ' tickets, bonds, debunturos. cortltlcatos
tho 15th day of August 191G.upon a Judg.'of indebtedness, certificates of stock.
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mum ruuuurvu iu sum uuri lur biuu
REVENUE STAMP TAX
GOES OUT OF EFFECT
Springfield Banks Notified of Repeal
Of Tax On Documents
Tho Springfield banks havo beoti
notified by tho Internal revenue olllco
of Portland that tho stamp tax on
documents nnd cosmetics In force
since December 1, 1914, ns n special
revenue tax, wont out of effect nt mid
night Friday, according to word ro
celvod there from Washington. Thero
nro two taxes embraced In schedule
A for documents nnd In schedule 11
Tho stamp taxes ropenlod Include
those patd on telegraph nnd tolphono
Count' on tho 15th day of August. 1916 i
transfer of bills of snlo, promissory
Flvo and 5S-100 ($505.58) Dollars with
Interest thereon at tho rate of 8 per
cent per annum from tho fifteenth day
of August 1916, and the further sum
of Twenty eight and 90-100 ($28.90)
Dollars costs, which Judgment was en
rolled and docketed In the Clork's
office of said Court on the 15th day of
August 1916, and said Exocutlon to mo
directed commanding mo In the name
of the Stato of Oregon that in order
to satisfy said Judgment, costs and
accruing costs to soli the following
described real nroDerty. bolnc tho
people were attracted to tOWU to property attached fn said action, viz;
in an action whoroln tho Plaintiff, M. notcs- express nnd frolght manifests
he Defendants Jesso A. Phelps. R. , ments. conveyances, lnsuranco noli.
T IH. 1 .... f , f . II .1 it
Tabor for the sum of Flvo Hundred
JOst as We pull
The merchants of Springfleld
got together and planned for one
big bargain day last Saturday.
Each store and business house
liad Its brand of bargains. Many
clcs, entry of goods, passago tickets,
power of attorney, protests, porfum
ery, cosmetics and chewing gum.
make their purchases here on
that day. The cost of giving
publicity was left to each mer
chant. All of them went into
the affair voluntarily. The News
circulated five mall sacks of
sample copies of the paper as
well as, delivering several hun-
tlred extras in town. Each one
liad a part In the event
C. E. Meeting Is Held
Marcola, Sept. 9. A Christian En
dcavor business meeting and Boclal
was held at the home of Rev. N. R.
Workman Thursday evening Sept. 7
Tho business pertaining to the society
was transacted and tho remaining part
of the evening was spent in games,
after which punch and cookies were
served. Thoso present woro: Misses
TJ h South three (3) acres of the i Lottie McMurry, Fannte Smith, Agnes
JOIN EDUCATIONAL RANKS
Springfield Send Its Students To
Various Halls of Knowledge
A largo number of Springfield stu
dents wlU enter t various advanced
schools of tho stato for tho coming
term of school. Part of tho ntudonts
nro taking tenchem training course,
a few nro taking business courses,
some nro attending lillilo study classes.
and others are choosing various
brnuches of study offered nt tho Uni
versity of Oregon. Creed ltrattaln,
Herbert Mooro, nnd Orson Vaughn of
tho cIumb ot 1910 will attend the Unl-
vrslty of Oregon, nnd tho formoh
vorslty of Oregon, and tho former
students who will rocntor tho univer
sity nro Miss Vera Porklns, Randall
Scott. Paul Scott, Wnlter Dlinm, Miss
Clytlo Hull, Miss Marjorlo Machon,
Clinton Conley, Miss Ester Furusot,
and Miss Lola Ilarr. Thoso going to
Monmouth this morning were: Misses
Graco Male .Knto Lansbory, Ollvo
Smith, and Myrtle Coponhnvor. Miss
es Amy Carson, Marjorlo Knott nnd
Rubr Sonsenoy will attend tho Eugno
Asks for help for poor
Perkins Appeals For Vegetables
And Clothing For Needy
Eat I half of tho North half ot tho
Southwest quarter of tho Northeast
quarter of Section 17 in Township 19
S. It. 3 West ot "W. M .in Lane County
Also tho North half of Lot 7 Lots 8
and 9. and North half of .Lot 10 Dlock
2, In Mapleton. Lane County, Oregon.
Also the Southeast quarter of Sec
tion 36, Township 16, South Range 10 j gamore.
W In Lane County. Oregon.
Now, therefore, In the name of the
Stato of Oregon, and In. compliance
with said Execution and Order ot salo,
I will on Saturday the 23rd day of
Purcoll, Alice Schwlnd. Cora Volga
More. Mildred and Elanor Workman,
Ruth Roland, Alma Purcoll, Knto Sch
wlnd. Martha and Dorothy Androws,
John W. Porklns of Sprlngflold, who
Is Indigent and Juvenile ofllcor for
Lano county, is making nn apponl to
tho public for clothing nnd vogutnblos
for tho needy during tho fall nnd
winter. Mr. Perkins asks especially
for children's garments. Clothing that
can bo made over that Is not worn out
will bo gladly accepted and will bo dls-
Did it oav? Who can tell In
.dollars and cents whether It paid " m. anH ?S
-or not. Some one may have ad- to-wit at one o'clock p. nj. on said .day
vprHRPd nnrl thpn rllrl nnr Iijivp at Southwest door 'of the County
yerusea ana tnen ma not nave CourUlous0( at Eugene. Lane County,
Inany more sales than usual. Oregon, offer for sate at fmfclip.aucUon.
bthermaynavenadtnesates "J? J.
pn reduced goods and lost mpa- above named Defendants and each of
.kv on rho trariaa'Ainn "Pnrhnna thVm'Id and' to'thd aWrV deicrfbeil
Mr. and Mrs. Workman, Warren Price, trlbutcd to tho noody.
Mr. E. Wiltse, Mrs. Roland James There are porsons who will havo
Lajole, Carl Volgamore and Mark Vol- some surplus .vegetables which will
(be taken care pf by Mr. Perkins and
i used to advantage when winter comes,
Local Woman Haa Exhibit at Fair Persons who havo clothing or vogo
i Miaminu iuaHi fl in iMi an i j lit
real property. .
, , JAMES ,C. PARKER
Sheriff of UkneiCounty Oregon
By D. A .KlklnB. Deputy.
Aug. 21, 28, SepLI, 11. 18.
none of us made very much
"oufof DollarDay. Dit It pay?
' Suppose h'alf a dozen people
who live in Springfield bought
their winter clothes Saturday
and found that they got just as
gbod bargains as they have been
getting from an eastern mail or-
jler house. Suppose a dozep
larmerns came to town and
went home well pleased with
their dealings with the Spring
field merchants. Suppose some
pf those cranks who believed
hey had to go to Eugene to get
eyery oargam mat ever came
along were satisfied on Satur
day. Did it pay?
( cVill the satisfied customer
pome back again? When he
does come back will he get just
as" good treatment and will he
be as well satisfied as he was
before? Do you suppose he
Iwould give up the idea of driv
ing those extra miles to Eugene
tind do his trading here? If the
combined efforts of the business
toen of the town drew some new
tgistomers here Saturday that
Were satisfied and will come
back again, do you think Dollar
Day was a success?
); TrlE BOTHERSOME FLY
., These are the days when the
fly is king everywhere we turn.
He is sticking his pesky feet In
to all kinds of things and then
feometimes he sticks these same
feet in a human's mouth. The
typhoid fly, which Is the com
mon house fly, carries more dis
ease" germs than any other In
sect known. Most people know
this, and they also know that
the fly could be exterminated if
man would only take the trouble
to 'get rid of them.
There are some people in this
town that are responsible for
having more flies in Springfield
than we should have. These
people have manure and rub
bish piles in their back yards or
around their barns. Flies breed
In places of this kind, not a few,
but litterally millions of them.
There is no ordinance In this
tnwn rviiifrlnr fhnf nuitiui-o
t"4i-"'t.- i ... fl . ... ceeding may bo sorVed "upon the under
lium ub nept coverea up or mat signed residing withli Iha Btato bf Ore
jthey havo preparations put on Kon At th0 address hereinafter men-
thein to k-" fls from breeding u VL Travis,
Th them. 1 i H'"dp m, Attorney for Plaintiff
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION IN
FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIEN
In the Circuit Court of the 8tate of
Oregon, for Lane County
H .L. Studley, PlainUff,
Sarah E. Patterson, the unknown
heirs of Sarah E. Patterson, and all
persons unknown, If any, having or
claiming an Interest or estate In and
to the hereinafter described real
To Sarah E. Patterson, the unknown
heirs of Sarah E. Patterson, and all i
persons unknown .if any, having or I
claiming an Interest or estate In and to j
me nereinaner uescriuea real prop
erty, the above named defendants.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You are hereby notified
that H ,L. Studley the holder of Cer-
Mficate of Delinquency numbered 1239
Issued on the 7th day of October, 1913,
uy tne Tax Collector of the County of
Lane, State of Oregon, for the amount
of $8.59, 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 property assessed to you, of which
you are the owner as appears ot rec
ord, situated In said County and State,
and particularly bounded and describ
ed as follows, to-wit:
N.. E. 14 of the N. W. of Section
16 Twp. 19, S. or Range 4 W. of the
W. M. in Lane County, Stato of Ore
You are further notlOed that said
H. L, Studley haa paid taxes on said
premises for prior or subsequent years.
with the rate of Interest on said
amounts as follows:
On March 21,. 1914, Uta sum of 911.02
for taxes of tho year 113. ., .
On March 31, 1015, the 4um of $7.3$,
for taxes of tho year 1014.
On April 5, 1916, the sun of 17.D6 for
taxes of the year 181G,
AH of said amounts bear interest
from date of payment at the rate of
15 per cent per annum.
bald unknown heirs of Sarah
E. Patterson, deceased, as the owner
of the legat title of the above do-'
scribed property as the same appears :
of record, and each of the other per-'
sons above named are uereby further
notified that H. L. Studley will apply
to the Circuit Court of the County and
State aforesaid for a decree foreclos
ing the lien against the property above
described, and mentioned In said Cer
tificate. And you 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 .
tho amount due as above shown, to :
gother with costs and accrued interest,
and In case of your failure to do so, a .
decree will bo rendered foreclosing the
lien of said taxes and costs against!
the land and premises above named.
tuis summons is published by order
of the Honorable O. F, Sklpwortb,
Judge of tho Circuit Court of the Stato
of Oregon for the County of Lane and
said order was modo and dated tho
12th day of August, 1916, and the date
of tho first publication ot this sum'
mons Is tho 14tb day of August, 1916.
All process and. papers in this pro-
Among the oil painting and tapestry tables may notify tho Sprlngflold Nows
work exhibits at the Lane County fair of John W. Perkins at Sprlngflold and
to be held in Eugene this week will the articles will bo taken caro of.
be three pieces of work by a local wo- -
man. Mrs. E. E. Lee. The pieces In- j Card of Thanks
elude studies of heads, of an Indian j We take this means to thank tho
cald, a haggy dog, and a. horse. Th,e many. frl.pnda. for. thlcr kindness nd
worJE. is uone on velvet, anu me maian (or tne beauurui flowers offered nnr
head and horse, bead have been worked tng, the JlIneBs and death 01 our hus
work.ilsQ taoin- shrdlu xmwtyp- cm band and father. Wo especially thank
pillows. T shrdlu cmfwy shrdluhr the Oregon Power company for tho
up. in sofa pillows. These are tapes- use of the electric fan.
try work, while the dog head Is done MRS. R. G. VAN VALZAH AND SONS
In oil and is framed as a picture. Mrs. 1
Lee's work has been highly praised, j The new (ib,000 Educational build
she has been doing such work for Ing now being erected at tho Untvor
about 10 years, and now gives lessons, sity will not open until SbpL 25.
200 Men Wanted
Young men are in demand by
business firms everywhere. If you
have had two years or more of High
school training you can qualify for
a splendid position with the govern,
ment. Read this letter:
UNITED STATES CIVIL SEtfVICE COMMISSION
John AT Mcllhenry, Presldnt;
Charles M. Galloway,
Hermon W. Craven.
AtigUBt 36, 1916
Principal "Eugene Business College,
Greatly increased demands for male stenograph
ers and typewriters in the Department Service . at
Wahington, D. C, require frequent examinations dur
ing the next few months. Nearly 200 appointments of
men to stenographer and typewriter positions are to
be made as soon as eligibles are available.
Enclosed are a poster advertising stenographer
and typewriter examinations for men and several
copies of a smaller circular. Tho Commission requests
that the poster be placed upon your bulletin board or in
Some othor prominent location, and that the circular
be distributed to persons interested. Additional cir
culars will be furnished upon request.
The Commission will be grateful for your co
operation in the manner stated.
By direction of the Commission.
(Signed) JOHN A. McIUIENRY
F 138-8-30-1G President
A few months' earnest work at the Eugene
Business College will insure you a place such as this
Begin with the class on September 18.
EUGENE BUSINESS COLLEGE
MEMBER HDEBALIBEAYE SYSTEM OF BANKS
OVER ONE HUNDRED MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN
QOLD WAS PUT UP BY THE "FEDERAL RESERVE"
SYSTEM OF BANKS, IN TWO DAYS, AS A BASIS ON
WHICH THE U. S. GOVERNMENT ISSUES MONEY.
OUR BANK IS A MEMBER OF THIS "FEDERAL
RESERVE" SYSTEM. WE CAN TAKE OUR SECUR
ITIES TO OUR DISTRICT "FEDERAL RESERVE"
BANK AND GET MONEY.
YOU CAN GET YOUR MONEY WHEN YOU WANT
IT WHEN IT IS DEPOSITED IN OUR BANK.
BANK WITH US
Every Home can have
a Musical . Instrument
Wonderful Values in Pfanot, Platr Pianos
f.ui . 1 .1 . ... 1-.- ron 1
uy OG XJQ. 1
Ucood, vhat will endure and, vhat a
U fully vbrth tho trkoiVcd. Our 1
ey payment terms pUoe tlio belt a J'' lVout 0d"s ,
mudcal Instrument within erery- 1 " ' TfcKceVtd
v. ' -s a ,u vui uwyvii
or write for caulogue.
A J i'
WE PAY HIGHEST MARKET PRICES FOR
We have up to date cleaning machinery In our
warehouso and can give you the best of service on
custom work as well as what wo buy. We arc in
tho market for any amount of seed and it will pay
you to let us see your crop before soiling.
Springfield Feed Co.
PHONE 100 SPRINGFIELD, OREGON
THE TRAINMEN W STRIKE
The railroad trainmen may strike for highor
wages but tho purchaser of good groceries will
make a good strike if ho goes to Slices. It is hero
that tho dollars go farther when it comes to paying
tho grocery bill.
The Fifth Street Grocery
THOS. SIKES, PROP. PHONE 22
Why not savo and deposit in, our Savings Department
one-twelfth of your total taxes each month? By w dis
tributing the tax burden over the entire year, it will not
seem so heavy.
4 per cent on savings.
FIRST MVm" mi, EBCSF, OREGON. '
. r.ngone, uregon.
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