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THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
THURSDAY, SEPTEMCKR M, 1010.
The Springfield News
0. C. DIMM, WALTER R., DIMM
Editors and Publishers
Published Every Monday - and
RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION
Onu Year - - $1.50
Blx Months "5
Three months - - .60
Advertising rates furnished on appll
WEST SPRINGFIELD, Gladys Leo
DONNA Charles Heck
Member, of the .Willamette Valley
-.THURSDAY,.. SEPT, 14,1916
)Vet.AS A COHHITTCC OP Mltrtl
CARPRMTIItm.wr MrtlHti a,.u.
WM IKbUnB Ul ABOUT W.S (UV (
TCACCQ.RieH tOiUCeO. PUVflltn
WtTM SALT AND CUT FINl, 90 A MM.V
"l" APB SATI1FIC3.
ONCE you've got started on W-B CUT Chewing
you will understand perfectly why tobacco lovers
can't keep quiet about it. It's a happy surprise
to get the flavor of rick tobacco for the first time. 'And
the salt brings out the taste and satisfaction without the
grinding and chewing and keeps it coming. A small
chew docs it and lasts twice as long as a big wad. In
air-tight pouches 10c at your dealers.
I j WETMAN-MUTOM COMPANT, 53 tMm SfM, Km TA Qtf
from taxes would be less than at
the present time.
If the back taxes on the O. &
C, land grant are paid, together
! with interest and penalties, Lane
.PUTTING IT STRAIGHT
.An 'editorial appeared in the
Eu pene Guard under date of
September 4, which in its tone county will receive $276,000.
was decidedly opposed to the Of this amount about ,$188,000
4 Tax Limitation Amendment. hvi SO into the general fund,
The .editorial claimed that this whicli if used format purpqse
, Dronosed amendment would w s,uuu more uiaa enougu io
make it impossible to reduce the
present tax levy In Lane county
. from 15 to 13 mills for next
.year. ..Considering that . the
. back taxes- on Oregon and. Cali
fornia land grant are paid the
Guard- makes' the' following
"But .in case, the levy is re-j
.duced-two. mills -for the coming,
year, and the . tax limitation
amendment limiting annual in
creases, in. I.eyies 'to 6 per cent
. over . hepre.yious, y.ears levy, , is
.passed,. the ,.county.;next year
'would be' powerless to 'return to
a levV sufficient to meet ex
pj?nses. '"vinj.fltherwpjdSi hepassage
of the v.taxatton l;)hniatiQn
.amendment at this 'time may
and in the way of a reduction
"fpt . twa mills , in tjie t&xJeyy,
4when. funds would permit a re
.duction. in.itbe levy and) money
Is sorely needed by the taxpay
er. "Operating under . the taxa
tion limitation amendemnt, if a
reduction of two mills should be
cover the shortage Of the en
tire three years
On account of the inability to
collect the tax on the O. &. C.
land grant, the taxpayers of this
county have been forced to pay
a higher tax for the past two
years, than- would otherwise
have .been .necessary. and now
when there is a. chance to re
ward them forf their generosity
and relieve them of the heavy
tax burden, our efforts should
certainly be directed toward
that end. The samet effort If
put .forth, in,, an endeavor to. re
duce .taxes. that is.. exerted'. iri
finding excuseS'for maintaining
atilgher rate Jhpn .iscesary; ,
;yWli;d6 .iybnders fpr .thejtajy-;
ers qi ..niSfCOun.ty.
hlth tho rnto of Interest on snld
niuounts ns follows:
On March 31, 1015, tho sum ot f .26
for taxes for tho yoar ot 1814. ' "
On April 6, 1010, tho sum ot f,34 for
taxes for tho year of 1015.
All or tno sain amounts boar intor.
est from date ot payment at tho rate
of 1b nor cent ior annum.
Snld L. M. Totlor ns tho owner
of tho legal tltlo of tho nhovo des
cribed property ns tho samo npponrs
of record, and each of tho oth
er persons nhovo named nro horoby
further notinod that II. U Studloy
will apply to tho Circuit Court of the
County and Stnto aforesaid for n do
ereo foreclosing tho lion ngalnBt tho
property above described, and men
tloned In said certificate. And you arc
hereby summoned to appear within
sixty days aftor tho first publication
of this summons exclusive of tho day
of said first publication, and defend
this action or pay tho amount duo as
above shown togothor with costs and
nccnted Interest and In enso of your
falluro to do so, a docrco will bo rend
ered foreclosing tho Hen ot said taxes
and costs against tho land and prem
ises above named.
This summons Is published by order
ot tho Honorable John S. Coke Judge
of tho .Circuit Court of tho Stnto of
Oregon tor tho County of Lnuo and
said order was mado and dated this
13th day ot Septombor, 1016 and tho
date or tho first publcatlon of this
summons Is tho 14th day ot Soptom
All process and papers In this pro,
coedhig mny bo sorvod upon tho un
dersigned residing -within tho Stnto,
of Oregon, at tho address hereinafter
Ia M. TRAVIS
Attorney for the Plaintiff,
Auurc8s Kugono, Oregon
Sept. 14, 21.2S, Oct.5,12,10.20.Nov.2.0.10:
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
Lano County, Stnto of Oregon, July
24. 1916. .
To Martin Mnttson and F. Mltcholl..'
l ou are horeby notified that I havo ex
"WTTlT if T
-rrr .- . - -fs - , .
GREY OATS for sale. Vjrgll Moon,
. Phone , MFllj Springfield'.
Found: On one of 'the tUy streets
one &ar last' week, a Dink eiderdown
baby's' 'bfank'et!' Owner may- 'hvo
saifie' b' cllllntr afthe-Nowtf'bfflce'and
TEAMS WANTED For street work.
f'Coavo word it'Newtf'ofnco. ' 1
EPEACHESrW-BosC; Peaches' at 1.00
N'bu; ;dellrred or at FyG. Yoasg's
lorchord; 41.00 bo. tor CrsU and .7Cc
.'for seconds'. TeL' 768li or ?14F22.
4. 4i iuiu iiuvuti uncspon mares.nreigut
1000 pounds. 8 years bid, In good
condition, '.harness and wagon for
Call - at John
And Eugene Lane -was real peeved
just because we had a Dollar Day, and Seavey's hop yard.
he cussed and. ald, "Damn that little . ' 1
.1i-r Wa .Inrl cnmn.hl'nn hii-s ftllARnllN'R 'Oil XS ClC I IMtl
made m tne levy lor tne coming , and Bhe bpnts tn Aml r ,.,, I Notice la hereby given that, by vlr-
year, it would probably require
10 years time before a levy,
equalling the levy for the pres
ent year, could be-made.
"Whether this last statement
.was made for the purpose of
defeating, the tax limitation a
mendment, 'which, is to be voted
on this fall, or for the .purpose
of finding an excuse for a higher
leVy we are unable to say; hut in
.either event it is very misleading
ad certainly not Intended, for
those who do. their own. figur
ing. The fact Is that with-a cut
o( two. mills in' the coming, levy
.and a 6 per cent increase, each
-succeeding year,-in three. years
time we will receive more tax
'money than we are now receiv
ing. At the present time Lane
county xeceives about $600,000
from a 15 mill levy on the pres-
because I knew we did and we Just
tue ot an order of the County Court of
. the. StntR of Orptrnn. fop Tjinn Ponntv.
took In scads of sheckles that 'gene'Tnade and entered AugustT26th, 1016;
didn't get and we are going to have licensing me, as guardian, to make
one every yeai" I guess If 'gene treats 8Uch Balo 1 wUl at' Marcola, Oregon
us real irood we mav eo over to their on and. after 1,18 lst day ot Octobor.
us real good we may go over to tnelr , lgl6( g 0.cIocki a mt ottoT tor
"hold-up'' that they stage every year,; an,i sell, at private sale, to tho highest
only they call It a round up this year j bldder- for cash, all the right, title,
so as to disguise It But we know, for ! estates and Interests of George Chap
we've been there before. We don't ! r0t,t0 Chapman, Osle Chapman
,. Z , . . , nnd Josle Chapman; .minor hlers at
care if they do get a; little of our loose i,aw -jf Ida M: ChaDman. deceased. In
change because they really need, it I tlnd W the following" tract of land, to
to pay some of their back rent wit: Beglnlng at the Southwest corner
of D.'L. CC No.:39. NotL .7.415, In Tp,
4.6'SoutitRns. J, West ot WilMer. and
Tiinning thence' North '2192' chs. East
2.89. chs. South 3.'77.chs, thence North-
John. Kegels haq, this on his, clock easterly along; the center, of County
"We never sleep." That 'means John ' road to a' polnV.OC 'chs, thenco West
and. the dock.'. Well. -the) clock-Is a, w center oiMonawK river.
i u' "t ,j .," , ' ' j", rthence 'Southwesterly down .center ot
good honest old time piew and I be- er toVp-0fit 2.13 chs.' West at the
tlleve halt ot tho ipIacarcU ;But a- man .'beefnlnE nolrit' and thence East to 'the
told me John wasn't asleep when be place of beginning"; A acres; more or
tried to get him up the other night
He must have been in a. trance.
The Hughes club has been adver
tising a sign which they are going to
put across .Main street to help J, J.
Browning get some' prospective cus
tpmers for the good times after dec
ent valuation of nearly $40,000,- tlon. What's matter? Afraid the rain
"000. A two miU reduction or 13 i wHI dampen. the spirits?
mills will raise $520,000 on the
same valuation for 1917. In
1918, with the tax limitation a
mendment in force, we can raise
the same amount plus G per
centum thereof, or $551,200. In
like manner in 1919 we can raise
$584,272, and in 1920 or three
years from the time of the two
mill reduction, we will receive
$019,328. $19,328 more than
we are getting at the present
From the above figures it will
be seen that with a two mill re-
duction, for tho coming year,
we will be $80,000 short of our
present income in 1917, and op
erating under the tax limitation
amendment thereafter, we will
have a shortage of $48,800 in
1918 and $15,782 in 1919, mak
in ''together $144,528 for the
th e y .'.rs in which our income
"The dollars' last longer here," was
seen displayed prominently in a local
market Saturday. They must have
$ut them ill the refrigerator to keep
them from burning holes In the old
For the real genuine downright mod
esty our second-hand man has all other
competitors backed off the boards . I
caught him covering the legs of obed
the other day.
( .Mrs.. Ashbaugh, Aged 20, , Dies
Mrs. Leona May Ashbdugh died at
tho home ot her mothor, Mrs. Charles
Anderson, at .Marcola, at 3 P. M.,
September 12, 1916, at tho ago or 20
years. She Is survived by hor huB
baud, her mother, Mrs. Andorson, one
brother, Lawrenco Young, and a sis
ter, Mrs. Gladys Morley, all ot Marcola.
J The funeral services were hold at the
Anderson homo at Marcola at 3:30
P. M. yesterday, and Interment was
made in tho Baxter cemotry. Rever
end Norman Workman was in charge
of tho services, And W. F. Walker of pended $200.00 In labor and Improve-
thts city was in churgo or the funeral P10,"" upon ino iTincess nnd Crosses
,, lodes as will appear by certificates
arrangements. , ,,, Ju, 2. m . th ffl f n
cordcr of said county In order to hold
said premises under tho provisions ot
section, 3324 Revised Statuton of tho
united States, being tho amount ro
quirou to noiu tno samo tor tho year
enuing December Hist 1015. And ir
within ninety days from tho service or
tills notlco ot publication) you rail or
this notlco of publication) you, fall pr
refuso to contribute your proportion of
sncn expenditure as co-owner, your In
torcst In sld" claim will become tho
jirqperty ot Abo .subscriber under aoe
, CHARLES DAVIS, Co-owner'
Thur 7J 27. to Oct 26.
SUV MQNS..FOR RPOLICAT'ON.IN
runtbLuuuHt ui- tax uien
In thettJfrcultuCourt' of thhtsState of
,i,iPrSa9nor Lane .County
Matilda X. NeaI'McCIuro. Albert Neal,
'jiMaryvM?, Eorls, tfohri Doo Ferls,
Charles R.1 Neal, Mrs. Charles R.
"eali 8lfvie' Ml 'Neal. Mrs! -"Albert
f "Neal, 'ond; all persons unknown. If
any,-.having or claiming' An Intoroet
( or estate in and to tho hereinnftor
rdo8crl6.ed real property, Defendants.
Td Matilda J. Neal McCluro, Albort
Noal, Mary M. Ferls, John Doo Ferls,
Charles R. Neal, Mrs. Charles R. Neal,
it. weal, Ervm, r Neal, jamos Neal,
Silvio M. Neal, Mrs. Albert Neal, and
nit hAMnn tt n ntnAnin 1 1 nnn tirtnlnn
I Mia fua ouno uunuuniii it ui $ iiu Ittrt
or claiming .an Interest or estato In
and to tho hereinafter described real
proporty the abovo named defendants.
IN" THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You are hereby notlflod
that H. L. Studloy tho holder of Cer
tificate of Delinquency numbered 1229
Issued on the 7th day of October, 1913
by the Tix Collector of tho County of
Lane State ot Oregon, for tho amount
of $10.80, tho samo being tho amount
then due and, delinquent for taxes for
the year 1912 together with ponalty,
Interest and costs thereon upon tho
real property assessed to you, of which'
you are the owner ns appears of rec
ord, situated In said County nnd State
and particularly bounded and de
scribed as follows towlt:
N. E. 14 of N, Ei V4 ; S. Vt of N. Ej.
14'; N. W. df S. B. '4 Section' 26
Township 16, South Range 2 East' of
the"W.M. in. Lane county, State' of
Oregon bcng 160 .acres more or.less.
. You are-, further notlprf, tha( teld
H. K Stndloy has paid taxes on said
premises fdr prior or subsequent' year's
with Uio rate- of Interest - on ',Vld
amounts as follows:
On March 21, 1914, tbq sum of 112.19
' taxis 'for tho' yenr 1913. ,
On March 31, lOiB the sum of $18.33
taxes for the year 1914.
On rApril C, 1016, the sum of f 13.00
taxes for the year of 1915.
Al ot wliich rtmounts bear Interest
from Unto' 6f payment at tho rate of 1C
per cent per annum. ,
Said above named defendants as the
owners of tho legal tltlo of (he above
described 'probcrty as the same appoars
of record, and each of tho oth
er persons abovd named aro hereby
further notified that H. L. Studley
will apply to the Circuit Court of the,
County and State aforesaid for a Aoi
area foreclosing the Hen against tho;
prqporty above described, and mom
t(oncd In saljl certificate. And you nro
hereby summoned to appear within
sixty days after tho first publication
or this summons exclusive or tho day
or said first publication, and defend
this action or nay tho amount duo as
abovo shown together with costs anI
accrued Intorest and In case of your
loss; In Lane County, Orecon:
- ,S,ubject . to the approval of said
.W. J, CHAPMAN, Guardian
A. E. Wheeler, Attorney.
Aug. '31'. Sept, 7jM4, ,21, 28.
8UMMONS FOR PUBLICATION IN
FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIEN
In the Circuit 'Court of the 8tate of
Oregon',-for Lane County
II L. Studley, .Plaintiff,
Lr M Tozler, Mnbln C. Tozlor, J, M.
Deeds', Mrs. J. M. Deeds, and all
persons unknown, If any, having or
claiming an interest or estate In
and to . tho; hereinafter described
real property, Defendants,
To .1. M. Deeds, Mrs! J. M. Deeds,
and oil rergops unknown, If any hav
ing or claiming an Interest or estate
in and to tho hereinafter described
real rroperty, the abovo named defendant
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
You are hereby notincu
!? MEMBER FEDERAL EESERYE SYSTEM OF BANKS 1
OVER ONE HUNDRED MILLIONS OF DOLLARS. IN
GOLD WAS PUT UP BY THE "FEDERAL RESERVE"
SYSTEM OF BANKS, IN TWO DAYS, AS A BASIS ON
WHICH THE U. S. GOVERNMENT ISSUESrMONEY.
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 iOUR BANK.
BANK WITH US
a "Musical Instnimenfc
Vro knoVn to carry 'only
I lully vrorth theeriee mVcJ.i
.9typ7 mfT) t tc rm P loa the bf
vmuMcil fa(tnMfn'tji'irI thin even
i twJ'i riacH7t. Fill 6uV thd ioupon
or (VTjte, car;cUIojye.
that II. j. Studlev tho holder of Car- falluro to 'do so. a decree will bo rend.
! tiflcate of Delinquency numbered 1280 erod foreclosing tho jlon of snld taxes
Real Estate Transfers.. 'issued on tho 7th day of Octobor, 191.1 ' and costs against tho land and prem.
E. O. Potter trustee to A. Mlddleton, by the Tax Collector of tho County of , Iseo abovo named,
lot 4 blk 04 Maudo sub or Spring- Lnno, State of Oregon, for tho amount I ' 'This, summons Is published by ordejf
lI-j f of Sixty one cents, tho samo being of tho. Honorable John 8. Coke Judge
T ' , , : tho amount then duo and delinquent j of tho Circuit Court of tho State of
, JOnn E. .vans Ct UX tO Ida E. . fnr tnxPM fnr Ihn vonr 1012 ni'rllinr Hrofrnn fnr thn Honntv of I.finn nnd
Price, lot 23, blk 2 Valley View, ' with penalty, Interest and costs there
Springfield, $10.00. I n uPn tho real pronerty assessed to
A. J. Pnrkin t ,,r tn t ir Tnrw b0". ot Vrhlch you are the owner as
- . nnnt
et ux 120.05 acres in township 17,
section 17 south, rango 2 west, $10
Georgo W, Perkins to Durton C,
Rowo, et ux, tract In Springfield $10,
Goorgq W. Perkins to Burton C,
Rowe, et ux, S 105.28 foot of lot 2
Clark and Waehburno's add. Spflng-
appears or record, sltuatod In said
County nnd State, nnd particularly
bounded and described as follows, to
wit: Lot number eighteen M8). in block
number twenty bovoii (27) In Frnslor of Oregon, at the
& liymnn s Addition to tho city of , montloni-d
Eugene, Lano county, Rilte of Orogon.
You are further noteed that said
H. L, Studloy has paid i ixes on said
said order was mado and dated tho
13th day of Soptemhor, 1916 and thq
date of tho first publcatlon of thin
summons Is tho 14th day of Septem
All procoss and papers In this pro
ceeding muy bo sorvod upon the un
dersigned roHldlutf within tho Statn
Do not sow foul seed on
your land. We offer re
cleaned .grain and grass
seed at prices you'-have to
pay for uncfeaned stock.
If you have the-grain letk us, rccjeanit.
Rolling; rindinfl; and' cleaning 'done 'on
Springfield Fepd -Co.
PHONE 100 N qpRlKpFjieitDViOfJEqqN
THE THEN MAY STRIKE
Tho railroad trainmen may strlko for higher
wages but the purchaser of good groceries will
make a good strike If he goes to Slkes. It is hero
that the dollars go farther when it comes to paying
tho grocery bill.
The Fifth Street Grocery
THOS. SIKES, PIOP. PHQNEV22
promises for prior or uul..
h. 'I. TRAVn
f i- i'io Plaliitr
Wliy not save and deposit in our Savings Donartmont
one-twelfth of your total taxes each month? I3y so dlo-
trlbutlng tho tax burden over tho entire year, It will not '
seem so heavy.
4 per cent on Bavlngs.s
RUST NATIONAL BANK, EUGENE, OREGON.?
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