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THE SPRINGFMLD NEWS
MONDAY. SEPT., 18, 1916
' tonna, September, 14. The thresh
r bolonglng to Prank Stafford has
been working In thia vicinity tor sov
oral days, the weather being permit
table. The hop pickers of Hammlt brothers
hop' yard stopped work Wednesday
September 13, the hops being too
moldy to pick.
Miss Mota Waller has been visiting
relatives hero for tho past few days.
Jllss, Waller Is a cousin of Mrs. J. D.
Adanis, and also of J. U. McGeo. She
is ffrom tho Normal school at Mon
mouth and will teach school at Oak
J, D. Adams, tender of the Mohawk
lumber company mill has been work
ing with the thresher tho last few
J. D. Green has been loading a car
of ties for John B. Robertson.
A bonfire was held at Hammltt
brothers hop yard the last night of
picking there. It was also Matlsons
Spores' birthday. A good time was
had by all.
Miss Jennie Turner of Donna went
Miss Maybello Frttts has accepted a
Mr", atid Mrs. Ed. Cravrford returned
from 'CottaW ttrovo.
Choster Bowman is at homo this
George Crawford and family, Mrs.
Childs and Birdie Spencer spent a
pleasant day up tho McKemlo, Thurs
day. On account of tho closing of tho
Wendling mill, Frank Ellison and fam
ily are at home this week.
Charles Phillips of Wendling was at
tho round-up Thursday. Ho also visited
PREPARING FOR BIG CROWD
Setls-Floto Circus Scheduled For Eu
gene Septmeber 26 to be the
Center of Interest
Tho street car company, railroads
and hotels aro preparing to handlo tho
biggest crowd that over gathored In
Eugeno when tho Solls-Floto circus
will be thero September 26.
Tho first of the trains which houso
the big circus while on transit will ar
rive before sunup and will be followed
by tho others at short Intervals. By 7
o'clock In tho morning acres of tho
city's real estate will bo under canvas
and tho "Champion Shows of tho
to Eugene Friday September 15, to World" will be the center of interest
take part In tho Marcola high school for all the country within a radius of
Slrls cooking club at the fair. I one hundred miles,
A. F. Hunt of Portland, J. M. Cobb j Tho great street parade Is set for
and C, J. Barhlte of Eugene were in ; 10:30 in the morning. It will follow tho
Donna Tuesday, .September 12, buying
W. D. Zachary, of Coburg passed
through Donna Tuesday September 12.
J. D. Adam of Donna went to Eu
gene on business Tuesday, September
A. L. Kelly made a trip to Eugene to
see the Round-up .Wednesday Septem
Mrs. D. A. Conley and children
went- to Eugene Wednesday Septem
ber 13. -j -
Roy and Elsie Heck, were passen
gers, on the -Eugeno train Thursday to
take in the.Rauid-up.
Marcola, Sept, 16. Rev. Titus of
Springfield ' transacted business in
Threshing intliis neighborhood has
commenced again. Lucky for the farm
ers. that, the. rain, stopped when it did,
as one more rain would have ruined
all the grain.
Miss Alice Sullivan of San Fran
cisco who has been visiting her moth
er and sister left yesterday for Port-'
usual route It is an all new parade
that the Sells-Floto Circus is offering
this year. Tho entire world has con
tributed to this pageant It is an ox-
position of all the various kinds of peo
ple of the earth, curious forms of an
imal life, all sorts of musicians, people
on floats and horses, threo great herds
of . elephants and, an. Interesting men
agerie displayed in open cages.
There ar&'a thousand and, One won
ders that will be disclosed under tho
great white tents In the afternoon and
at night The afternoon performance
will begin at 2 o'clock and the night
performance at 8 o'clock, the doors
opening an hour earlier for inspection
of the great menagrle and the enjoy
ment of tho splendid operatic concert
by the Sells-Floto Military band.
www vi wc otm irio,
All of raid amounta bear interest;
from date of pAyment at the rate of
1G per cent per annum.
Said, unknown heirs of Sarah
E. Patterson,- deceased, as tho owner
of tho legal title of tho above de
scribed property aa tho same appears
of record, and oach of tho other per
sona abovo named aro aoroby further
notirtod that H. L. Studio will apply
to tho Circuit Court of tho County and
Stato aforesaid for a docrco foreclos
ing tho lion against tho property abovo
described, and mentioned In said Cer
tificate. And you aro hereby summon
ed to appear within sixty days ntler
tho first publication of this Bummons,
oxcluslvo of tho day of said first pub
lication, and defend -this action or pay
tho amount duo as abovo shown, to
gethor with costs and accrued interest,
and in caso of your failure to do so, a
docrco will bo rendorod foreclosing tho
lion of said taxes and costs against
tho land and premises abovo named.
This summons Is published by ordor
of tho Honorable G. F. Sklpworth,
Judgo of tho Circuit Court of tho Stato
of Oregon for tho County of Lane and
said order was made and datod the
12th day of August, 1916, and tho dato
of tho first publication of this sum
mons is tho 14th day of August, 1916.
All process and papors In this pro
ceeding may bo served upon tho under
signed residing within tho Stato of Ore
gon at the address hereinafter men
tioned. x L. M. TRAVIS.
Attornoy for Plaintiff
Address. Eugene, Oregon.
Aug.14.21.2S, Sopt.4,11,18,25, Oct.2,9,16
MORE MEN THAN WOMEN
Surgeons state men are slightly
more subject to appendicitis than wo
men. Springfield people should know
I that a few doses of simple buckthorn
1 bark, clvcerlne. etc.. as mixed In Al-
lder-i-ka, often relieve or prevent ap-
" 1 nenrifrttfR. Thin mlTtnrA rpmnvPB
land. From there Miss Sullivan will sucn 8urprislng foul matter that ONE
go to New York where she will visit SPOONFUL relieves almost' ANY
for a time before returning home. I CASE constipation, sour stomach or
Oscar Yates who has been visiting ,JEj"5
"1.1. .1 .1. n r T-.il . j
k""uiuwviiui, una. ciumucw Drug company.
workman, returned to his home In
Marcola people, who have been pick
ing hops at the Hammitt yard returned
the first of the week. The hops were
so mouldy that only, half of the hops
were picked. .
ll.n fir C' T- i
, " """"" "ao NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
jwarcoia inursaay on a suopping trip, j Department of the Interior, U. S.
To accommodate the people of Mo- Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon,
No Hunting Permitted
All persons are warned against hunt
ing on the premises known as the
James A. Ebbert farm.
Aucust 2. 1916
Notice is hereby given that Melzar
A. Rice, of Fall Creek, Oregon, who,
on January 31, 1913. made Homestead
Entry, Serial No. 08559, for the S. E.
U. of N. E. :of Section 20, Township
18 S.. Range X E., Wlllimette Meridian,
hart fllprl nrittott rf tntnt(n tn mota
The teachers of the Marcola high pinaf Threeyear Proof, to establish
and public school will meet this P. M. ; claim to the land above described,
. . i I TTT Tt ,.i n n . . , .
hawk valley who attended the Fair
the Wendling Bullet did not leave Eu
gene until six o'clock last evening. Al
most the entire valley turned out to
the Fair and Round-up for one day at
and make plans for the coming term
of schooL Many of the high school
students will meet with the teachers
and talk over their course of study.
Miss Pearl S. Sullivan stayed over;
In Eugene last night in order to have
some dental work done today. j
Miss Lela Hennis who entered the
jBewing club project' last spring; com
pleted all ten Wesson's and entered her
exhibits at the' county fair -winning
first prize. Miss Hennis Is feeljng very
'enthusiastic over the prize that will be
-awarded as it Is a trip to the state
Warren Price had quite an accident
yesterday while motoring over to the
Fair grounds. Just as he went to turn
a corner another car turned at the
same time and In order to avoid a col
lision Mr. Price steered his car upon
the curbing and was stopped by a
telephone pole. The damage to tho
car was considerable, but none of the
passengers were injured.
Five of the Marcola high school girls
left Friday morning for the fair where
they entered the cooking contest. They
returned that night feeling happy over
having won first prize. Those taking
part in the contest were: The Misses
Lela Hennis, Lottie McMurry, Jennio
Turner, Pearl Sullivan and Audrey
Weat Springfield', .Septl6.--Roy Vin
cent who came home from the coast
Friday" went to Cottage Grove Saturr
i iir. ariit Jtfr'a. Will Vincent who have
been at tbojtle.cajnp, fame, home Thurs,
day,.. ... . t
jMr. Ray and Mlases Dola and Ruby
Vincent'tatten'detil tho .round-up Friday.
Misses Mad' (anil Maybelle Frltts
' -' '.
before I. F; Hewitt, U. S. Commission
er, at his office, at Eugene, Oregon, on
the 18th day of September, 19.16.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Adolphus Kintzley, f Fall Creek,
Oregon. . ,
Ed. Shoults; of Fall Creek, Oregon.
Logan Neet, of Fall Creek, Oregon.
John Kissinger, of Fall Creek,
Oregon. , .
Wj H. CANON Register
Aug 7.1C.M.17.2J .i'4.??.-; Sep:. 7.1J.K
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION IN
FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIEN
In the "Circuit Court of the State of
.Oregon, for Lane County
H .L. Studley, Plaintiff,
Sarah E, Patterson, tho 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
persons unknown ,if any, having or
claiming an interest or estate in and to
the hereinafter described real prop
erty, the above named defendants.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You are hereby notified
that H ,L. Studley the bolder of Cer
tificate of Delinquency numbered 1239
Issued on the 7th day of October, 1913,
by the Tax Collector of the County of
Lane, State of Oregon, for the amount
of $8.59, the same being the amount
then duo and delinquent for taxes for
the year 1912, together with penalty,
Interest and cbsts thereon upon the
real property assessed to you, of which
you are the owner as appears pf rec
ord, situated in Baid County and State,
and particularly bounded and describ
ed .as f ollo.ws, to-wlt:
N..E. J4 of tho N. W. 'A of Section
16 Twp. 19, S. or Range 4 W. of the
W. M. In Lane County, State of Ore
Bon.,., , ,
You are further. nptjfled that said
H. L. Studley has paiil taxes on said
premises for prior or subsequent years,
wJlh, the rate pf , interest . on, said
Qn,MarcU J21, 19J4, the sum of $11.02
fpr taxes 'of the year 1913."
On March ?1, 191$, the . bi of $7.28,
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ON
Not! co is hereby given that by vir
tue of an Execution and Order of Salo
Issued out of tho Circuit Court of tho
Stato of Oregon for Lane County on
the 15th day of August lOlC.upon a Judg
ment rendered In said Court for said
County on the 16th day of August, 1916
In an action wherein tho Plaintiff, M.
A. Pope recovered Judgment against
the Defendants Jesse A. Phelps. R.
J. Phelps, W. M. Casterllne and H. E.
Tabor for the sum of Five Hundred
Five and 68-100 ($505.68) Dollars with
interest thereon at tho rato of 8 per
cent per annum from the fifteenth day
of August 1916, and the further sum
of Twenty eight and 90-100 ($23.90)
Dollars costs, which Judgment was en
rolled and docketed In the Clerk's
ofllco of said Court on tho 15th day of
August, 1916,, and said Execution to me
directed commanding me in the name
of the State of Oregon that In ordor
to satisfy said Judgment, costs and
accruing costs to sell the following
described real property, being tho
property attached in said action, viz;
Tfq South threo (3) acres of the
Eait half of tho North half of the
Southwest quarter of thq Northeast
quarter of Section 17 in Township 19
S. R. 3 West of W. M .In Lano County
Also the North half of Lot 7 Lots 8
and 9, and North half of Lot 10 Block
2. in Mapleton. Lane County. Oregon
Also the Southeast quarter of Sec
tion 36, Township 16, South Range 10
W in Lane County, Oregon.
Now, therefore, in tho name of tho
Stato of Oregon, and In compliance
with said Execution and Order of salo.
I will on Saturday the 23rd day of
September, 1916, between the hours
of 9 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m
to-wlt at one o'clock p. m. on said day
at the Southwest door of the County
Courthouse, at Eugene, Lane County,
Oregon, offer for sale at public auction,
for cash, subject to redemption, all
the right, title, and Interest of the
above named Defendants and each of
them in and to the above described
JAMES C. PARKER
Sheriff of Lane County Oregon
By D. A .Elkins, Doputy.
Aug. 21, 28, Sept 4, 11, 18.
For Sale, Rent, Wanted, Etc.
GREY OATS for sale. Virgil irfoon',
Phone 29F11, Springfield.
TEAMS WAITED For utreet work.
Leave, word at News office.
PEACHES,: Best Peaches at ll'.OO
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 marcs, 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.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Modern
seven room house located In good
residence section of Eugene, has
large front porch, two screened.. In
Ack porches, bath, cabinet kitchen,
pantry, gas and electric light, is
plastered and modern throughout.
Will consider trade for homo In
Springfield. Address B31. Care of
FOR SALE OR TRADE Small fruit
ranch within sight of Creswell. Will
consider trade on Springfield resi
dence property. Address, C ' 31,
OR SALE Nine acre farm one fourth
mile east of Creswell. River bottom
land all in cultivation. Has four
acres of luganberrles, one and seven
elg'iiths acres in red raspberries in
bearing intermingled with four year
old apple trees. .Has house, barn,
and modern chicken houses with
fenced' in parks) Can bo had at a
bargain. ' Address A31. care of The
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& BOTH APPEARING AT
REE STREET PARADE
EVERY MORNING AT TEN.THfRTY O'CLOCK
3--1MMENSE mm LENGTIf RAILROAD TRAINS-3
889 PEOPLE nations .40 CLOWNS
LUCIA ttWf 3Jrf.W.wr 30 JONS pIcuyTerms
pa?iy5 RHODA ROYAL'S CHAMPION EQUEST1T0RUW
JUMPING JUPITER CHAWPIOrtUTO IMJpu'NC HOItSE
ft Rf A KI R PATRIOTIC $18,000 SPECTACLE 'AMERICA'
Wl IfctfTkl mJP SttlS-HOTO CIIWPIQM ENSEMBLE OF CQ00 LOOKING CIRL3
DEVLIN'S ZOUAVE REGIMENT IK PREPAREDNESS fflANEUVJftS
115 TWO PERFORMANCES pi
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H. SANDCATHE Prpprietor.
Repairing a Specialty
Main, bet' 'tfiurth and Fifth. Phone 11
Edwards & Brattain
For Farm and City-Property
Exchanges a Specialty
Springfield i Oregon
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