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MDAViiiiPyKMDfeli, 25, 1818.
THB SPIUNOFII1LD NEWS
ACTIVITIES OF OTHER
Schools Begin; Farmers Finish Har.
vest; Society and Local Qosstp
t Among Items
Marcola, Sept. 25. H. C. Auld of Eu-
Bene motored to Marcola Friday re
turning tho samo day.
Mrs. N. P. DoLand was taken to tho
Eugene hospital Wednesday to havo
nn opornon .Tpurformed.' Sho has
undergone the operation and is getting
along very nicely. '
High school takes up at 8:40 A. M.
nnd lets out at 3! 40 P. M., so as to ac
commodate the students who go to and
from school on tho train.
Those from Donna who were in
Marcola this week on business are as
Tollows: Mrs. Fannie Barger, Vick
Hammltt, I B. Seavey, J. D. Adams,
Miss Kate Hayden, Mrs. Fred Ar
dath and Mr. and Mrs. V Seavey.
Those who wore In Springfield nnd
Eugene this week were: Miss Pearl
B. Sullivan, Elmer Gordon, Mrs. M. E.
Whttsell. Mrs. Mary E. Sullivan, Miss
Verena Black and Miss Neva Downing.
Foss E. Maple and family and Miss
Maude-Klncaid motored to Eugene last
evening to tako In the show at the Rex
Mrs. E. Downing, Mrs. J. S. Church
Ill and Mrs. B. Elwood motored to
Springfield yesterday afternoon to
visit Mrs. Howard Lydy, who is Just
recovering from an operation.
The Republicans of Marcola and vi
cinity signed up for a Hughes Repub
lican club and held a rally here at the
M. W. A hall Wednesday evening, E
P. Adams, L. E. Bean and Dr. T. W.
Harris were the speakers which dis
cussed the issues of the campaign.
Great interest was shown in the rally
and about fifteen men were up from
Eugene. J. S. Churchill Is president
of the club and Mrs. Mart Johnson is
vice-president The outlook here Indi
cates a large Hughes vote.
Donna, Oregon, SepL 23, 1916. Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. Seavey made a busi
ness trip to Mabel Wednesday.
M. D. Weatherson was a passenger
on the Eugene train Thursday.
H. V. Hammltt was In Eugene Wed
nesday between trains.
D. A. Conley went to Marcola Fri
day to attend to some business.
W. C. Seavey went to Marcola Fri
day and Saturday on business.
H. V. Hammltt and sister, Mrs.
Barger motored to Marcola Wednes
day afternon on business.
Mrs. J. C. Mtcholson of this place
Is in Waltervllle visiting her brother
J. W. Fountain.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Pierce went to
Eugene Tuesday -to look at a farm
' Mr. William Fawver was a passen
ger on the Wendling train Wednesday i
Miss Evelyn Nicholson has had her
tonsils and adenoids removed but is t
recovering rapidly from the operation.
The Christian Endeavor social was
held at the ball here last night At
the business meeting it was decided
to buy a lamp like those used in the
store which have been giving satis-1
factory lights. Acommittee was ap-'
pointed to get the light The pies were !
auctioned off by L. D. Pierce and $7.05 (
was received from nine pies two of
them bringing $1.00 each. As $7.88
was in the treasury the Erideavor had
plenty to buy a light with. Games
were played before and after the pies
were eaten. The party adjourned at
eleven o'clock and a good time was
had by all.
Thurston, Sept 23. The threshing
in this neighborhood is completed and
the grain turned out exceedingly well.
Carl Phetteplace has left to attend
Reed College at Portland.
Miss Marie Hastings is attending
Business College in Eugene.
Mrs. Walter Edmlston and Miss
Inez Price will visit Seavey's hop
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Miller and
daughter Margaret have returned to
their home at Land, after a pleasant
visit with friends and relatives here.
Frank Campbell had the misfortune
to hurt his foot very seriously the
first of the week, his mother, Mrs.
Maggie Campbell accompanied him
to Springfield Wednesday where he
will be attended by a physician.
Day Morgan of Lind, Washington,
will make his home with his sister,
Mrs. Cbas. Taylor and attend school
at this place this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Miller left yester
day, for Emmett, Idaho, where they
will visit for some time Mr, Miller
also will look after his property there.
Camp Creek, Sept 23. M. Em
merich and sons Frank and Matt of
Waltervllle. have finished balling
straw for Charlie Jack,
v-v Grace and Toby Stephens have re
turned to their home from Goshen
wberd they hare been picking bops.
Tuo. smalLson of G. F. Hartley was
thrown from tho seat of a wood wagon
as they wore driving down a small
hill. Tho wagon wheel passed over
his foot which was badly bruised.
Mr. and .Mrs. F. W. Urown woro In
Eugene and Springfield on business
School starts horo Soptomber 25,
with Roy Ponny as teacher.
Fred Crabtreo and Harold Hartloy
woro tn Eugene on business Saturday.
Charlie Jack Is building a silo on
tho Kensio Butte ranch for Dr. Hon
Miss Vera Chaso was in Eugene this
week having Bomo dental work dono.
Inra Crabtreo was a Springfield vis
Oron Mnstorson has returned to hia
homo hero from Junction City where
ho has boen working this summer.
Walter Stephens was In Eugcno on
J. R. PJntts is homo from Knight's
hop yard where ho has been drying
Waltervllle, Sept. 23. Mrs. R. II
Dearborn passed through hero Wed
nesday to Eugene and returned to
her summer home at Blue River the
Miss Irva Smith came homo Friday
for a short stay until Sunday, when
sho returned to Eugeno where shols
attending the university.
Miss Wilson tho high school prin
cipal camo up here Saturday morn
Mr. Z. C. Potter, who has been sick
for some time Is feeling a lltle better.
The Misses GUma Kaldor and Ma-
lena Momb returned home from the
Hilk Dale hop yard last Monday.
The people In this community are
very busy engaged by working on the
Miss Letha Collins, who has been
tn Nevada for the past year or more
is here visiting her sister, Mrs. Lester
Mr. K. N. Kaldor went to Eugene
Thursday on business
West Springfield. Sept 23. Mr.
Crawford has been visiting with his
brother, Ed. Crawford, here this week.
The small daughter of J. E. Mc-
Klbbln of Sheridan Oregon formerly
of Springfield submitted to an oper
ation the first of this week.
Mrs. George Dean died Friday night
at the Eugene hospital. She had un
dergone an operation but was too
weak to recover.
CONGRESS DOES MANY THINGS
FOR OREGON SENATOR
(Continued from Page One)
piece of legislation, giving the settlers
on unserveyed lands the same leave
of absence accorded to homestead en-
Another piece of land legislation
was the amendment to the enlarged
homestead act permitting entrymen to
take non-contiguous land to fill out a
320-acre entry. This law does not re
quire residence on the additional entry
if selected within 20 miles from the
orieinal. Another much needed en
actment is the law permitting water ,
users on reclamation projects who had
. . . . . .i t
failed to lane advantage 01 iuo ex
tension act to now do so.
Road Law Will Benefit Oregon
The Shackleford road law and es
pecially the section which allots $127,
000 yearly to Oregon for roads in and
adjacent to the forest reserves is es
pecially beneficial to the state.
The $63,000 appropriation for the
improvement of the Columbia and
Snake rivers, another provision for
the survey of the Columbia river from
Cellllo falls to Snake river with a
view to the construction of locks and
dams, also the survey for charting the
Columbia river from the Dalles to;
Vancover are important steps toward
waterway development on the upper
Columbia. For national forests In the
I Second Oregon district there was ap
propriated the sum of $125,516.
There is the $125,000 appropriation
for the destruction of predatory wild
animals such as the coyote.
Irrigation District Liens
The bill providing for Irrigation dis
trict liens on public lands within irri
gation districts should greatly encour
age the formation of irrigation dis
tricts. There was also appropriated
I the sum of $10,000 for the discovery
of water holes and springs in arid
sections and for the purpose of put
ting up sign boards calling attention
of the public to such water holes and
The act accepting governmental Ju
risdiction over Crater Lake national
park removes the question of doubt
ful Jurisdiction and will enable the
park service to better protect the
park. The national park service law
permitting stock grazing in national
parks at the discretion of the service
will greatly simplify park administra
tion. Sherman County Settlers
I am gratified over the appropria
tion of $94,000 for the relief of some
of the Sherman county settlers. The
relief was only granted to those who
bad secured entry of received patent.
I will try next congress to escure
relief for other meritorious claims
whore entry was not permitted JIow-
For Sail, Rent, Wanted, Eto.
GREY OATS for sale, Virgil Moon,
Phono 2DF11, Springfield.
TEAMS WANTED For Btroet work.
Leavo word at Nows ofllco.
HOUSE FoiTRfiTlTTnrUy furnish
od, on south Second street. Apply
to A. E. Huntley.
TO TRADE Ono span mares, weight
1000 pounds, 8 yours old, in good
condition, harnoss and wngon for
second-hand Ford. Call at John
Seavey's hop yard. Dick Jones.
FOR SALE OR TRADEModorn
soven room houso locatod In good
resldonco section of Eugeno, has
large front porch, two screened In
Ack porches, bath, cnbinot kitchen,
pantry, gas and electrio light, Is
plastorcd nnd modern throughout.
Will consider trado for homo In
Springfield. Address B31. Cnro of
FOR SALE OR TRADE Small fruit
ranch within sight of Croswell. Will
considor trado on Springfield resi
dence property. Address, C 31,
Springfield News. ,
OR SALE Nine aero farm one fourth
mile east of Croswell. River bottom
land all in cultivation, lias tour
acres of loganberries, ono and soren
eighths acres in rod raspberries In
bearing lntormtnglod with four year
old apple trees. Has house, barn,
and modern chicken houses with
fenced In parka. Can bo had at a
bargain. Address A31. caro of Tho
WANTED Experienced girl for son-
ami houso work. Apply to 710 C
street, Springfield. t2.
ever, great encouragement, for such
relief cannot bo hold out, as under the
rules of tho house claim bills are' con
sidered unanimous consent A vote
on a claim bill can seldom be obtained
and accordingly a member Introducing
such a bill is compelled to make it con
form with tho wishes of objecting
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION IN
FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIEN
In the Circuit Court of the, State of
Oregon, For Lane County
H. L. Studiey, Plaintiff
Sterling Foster, Adele O. Foster. N. L.
' Nelson, Mrs. N. L. Nelson, L.. Hoffen
miller, and all persons unknown, If
any, having or claiming an Interest
or estate in and to the hereinafter
described real property, defendants.
To Sterling Foster, Adele G, Foster,
N. L. Nelson, Mrs. N. L. Nelson, and
all persons unknown, if any, having or
claiming an interest or, estate fn and to
the hereinafter described real property
the above named defendant.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You are hereby notified
that H. L. Studiey tho holder of Cer
tificate of Delinquency numbered 1155
issued on the 7th day of October 1913
by the Tax Collector of the County of
Lane, State of Oregon, for the amount
of Eighty-six cents, the samo being the
amount then due and delinquent for
taxes for the year 1912 together with
penalty, Interest and coats thereon up
on the real property assessed to you,
of which you are the owner as appears
of record, situated tn said County and
State, and particularly bounded and de
scribed as follows, to-wlt:
Lot number nine (9), in block num
ber twenty-four (24) ; and lots number
two (2), throe(3), four (4), and five
(5), in block number twenty-seven (27)
in Mo Kenzie Park, Lane County. State
You are further notified that said
H. L .Studiey has paid taxes on said
premises for prior or subsequent years
with the rate of Interest ort said
amounts as follows:
On March 21, 1914, the sum of $.76
taxes for the year 1913.
On March 31, 1915, the sura of $.61
taxes for tho year 1914.
On April 5, 1916, the sum of $.50 taxes
for the year 1916.
All of said amounts bear Interest
from date of payment at tbe rate of
16 per cent per annum.
Said Sterling Foster, N. L. Nelson as
the owner of the legal title of the
above described property as the samo
appears of record, and each of the
other persons above named are hereby
further notified that H. L. Studiey
will apply to the Circuit Court of tho
County and State aforesaid for a do
cree foreclosing the lien against the
property above described, and mention
ed In said certificate. Ana you are
hereby summoned to appear within
sixty days after the first publication
of this summons exclusive of the day
of said first publication, and defend
this action or pay the amount duo as
above shown together with costs and
accrued interest and in case of your
failure to do so, a decree will be rend
ered foreclosing the lien of said taxes
and costs against the land arid premi
ses above named.
This summons is published by order
of the Honorable J. W. Hamilton
Judge of tho Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon for tho County of Lano and
said order was made and dated this
10th day of September 1916 and the
date of the first publication of this
summons is the 18 th day of Septem
All process and papers In this pro
ceeding may be served upon the under
signed residing within tho. State, of
Oregon, at tbe address hereinafter
L. M. TRAVIS
Attorney fpr Plaintiff
Address, Eugeno, Oregon,
Sept 18,26, Oct.2,9,16,23,30, NdV.6,18,20
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION IN
FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIEN
In the Circuit Court ef the State of
Oregon, for Lans County
11 .L. Studloy, Plaintiff,
Sarah E. Patterson, tho unknown
holrs of Sarah E. Patterson, and nil
persons unknown, it any, having or
claiming nn Intorost or estate in nnd
to tho hereinafter described real
To Sarah E. Patterson, tho unknown
holrs of Sarah E. Pattorson, and nil
persons unknown ,lf any, having or
claiming nn intorost or ostnto In and to
the hereinafter described real prop
erty, tho nbovo nniuod defendants.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREOON: You are horoby notified
that H ,L. Studloy tho holdor of Cer
tificate of Delinquency numbered 1239
Issued on tho 7th day of October, 1913,
by tho Tax Collector of tho County of
Lnno, Stato of Oregon, for thu amount
of $S.f9, tho same being tho amount
then duo nnd delinquent for taxes for
tho your 1912, together with penalty,
Interest nnd costs thoreon upon tho
ronl proporty nssossod to you, of which
you aro tha owner ns appears of rec
ord, situated in said County nnd Stato,
nnd particularly bounded nnd describ
ed ns follows, to-wlt:
N. E. W of tho N. W. U of Section
16 Twp. 19, S. or Rnngo 4 W. of tho
W. M. In Lnno County, Stato of Ore
gon. You are further notified that said
H. L. Studloy hns paid taxes on suld
promisoB for prior or subsequent years,
with tho rnto of interest on said
amounts as follows:
On March 21, 1914, the sum of $11.02
far taxes of tho year 1913.
On March 31, 1915, tho sum of $7.38,
for taxes of tho year 1914.
On April 5, 1916, tho sum of $7.96 for
taxes of tho year 1916.
All of said amounts bear Interest
from date of payment nt tho rate of
15 per cent por annum.
Said unknown holrs of Sarah
E. Pattorson, deceased, as tho owner
of tho logal titio of tho nbovo de
scribed property as tho samo appears
of record, and oach of tho other per
sona above named are uereby further
notified that H. L. Studloy will apply
to tho Circuit Court of the County and
Stato aforesaid for a decree foreclos
ing tho lien against tho proporty above
described, and mentioned In said Cor
tlDcato. And you aro hereby summon
ed to appear within sixty days after
the first publication of this summons,
exclusive of tho day of said first pub
lication, and defend this action or pay
the amount due as above shown, to
gether with costs and accrued interest,
and in case of your failure to do so, a
decree will be rendered foreclosing the
lion of said taxes and costs against
tho land' and premises above named.
This summons is published by order
of the Honorable O. F. Sklpworth,
Judgo of the Circuit Court of tho State
of Oregon for tho County of Lano, tin d
said order was made and dated tho
12th day of August, 1916, nnd tho dnto
'of tho first publication of this sum
mons is tho 14th day of August, 1916.
iAU process and papers in this pro
coedlnc may be served upon the under-
Made in Spri ng'field
A DIRECTORY OF MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MEN WHO WANT YOUR
BUSINESS AND WILL GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES
Eggimann's Candy Kitchen "TI1E rmer-s friend
The House of Quality ED. DOMPIER
Made by the now power machine At I buy and sell all kinds of junk
EGGIMANN'S CANDY KITCHEN pHone 51 Phono 29 South 2 and A Streets
m : .
I HAVE RETURNED SEE
to Springfield with a good, up-tolato stock of Thp Rfislth Kpllvf UmtiPr Ptfs
hand-mado harness and accessories, and am ready 1 UC LPUUlai JUHIIlUCr iU.
to serve my old customers again and welcome now FOR
ones. Shoe repairing done better for less money.
This is my specialty. All I ask Is a trial. 4 fQot Slab WoOfJ. $1.75
CEO. SETTLE MAIN STREET , fc ...
Opposite Auto Camp Grounds Per Cord al tho Ml
Water Proof Shoe Oil Springfield Flour Mills
WATER PROOFS AND SOFTENS BAKORE Hard Wheat Patent
ALL KINDS OF LEATHER Try mo. Oct acquainted. You will llko mo. Dost
value for your money of any flour In Sprlngfiold.
Wolf & Miller noxall
Harness Shop YU ltnow 1 nm wo" ,'ltotl by n" urca1 makers.
pnniMiniri We glvo you more for your money In flour nnd food
SPRINGFIELD, - - OREGON of all kinds than any other plnco In town.
CALL FOR Y0U GET ALL THE NEW8 THAT'8
White Mountain Ice Cream "made in springfield-
Because it's made at home
and by home people, and because SPRINGFIELD NEWS
IT'S BEST EVERY MONDAY AND THUR8DAY
Phone 48 Subscription 91.50 per year Phone 2
Ef Y HP 5 I HP 7 B tne Brace of tho Democratic parly our chicken
I. I t 1 fC I I. I Y raisers have got to combat the Chinese, ao we will
JU4 Am . a a como to their aid and will soil from this day Dry
i .,... a Meat Scrap at 2V4 cents a pound, to chicken raisers
' For light, heat and power, only. Wo also will sell clear, pure neetsfoot oil, p.t
"Made In Springfield." 60c por lUa Jf0 forP!u11 ora
1 0 Call or Phono, Eugene 259
A d r EUGENE CHEMICAL WORKS
uresfon rower o. T. J08. SCOFIBLD, ProprloW
factory on Itivor Road o-prlBgflid
Thru tho Inland Etuplro
Grand Canyon of Columbia
aiaolor and Yellowstone Parks
Round Trips nt Low Fares Dally
until Sopt. 30 via Tho North
Bank Rond. Stopover whora
North Bank Rail and
26 Hours Sail
on tho ships of DoLuxo Sorvlco,
6. S. Northorn Pacific and
Great Northorn for
San Francisco Rff,;d $3i
From any Oregon Eloctrlc Rail
Ticket Includes mealH and berth.
This route Raven tlmo and
money nnd Is n delight
Sept 24 to Oct. 8
From Middle Wost to Wlllnmotto
I soil propald tlckot.
II. R .KNIGHT, Agent
Dr. ADALINE KEENEY FERRIS
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon
OfTtco, Baptist Parsonago
Corner Second and O. Streota
HOURS: 9 TO 12.
W. F. WALKER
Office Phons M; Nssldencs 67-J
West Main 8t.
No Huntrng Permitted
All persons are warnod against hunt
ing on- tho premises known ns' the
James A. Ebbert farm.
signed cesiding within tho Stato of Ore
gon at the address hereinafter men
tioned. U M. TRAVIS,
Attorney for Plaintiff
Address, Eugono, Oregon.
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CAREFUL, CONf CIENTlOUl
PHONES Office, 3; .Reildwiee, 11S-J
For Farm nnd City Property
Exchanges a Speolnlty
Pacific Conoorvatory of Muolo.
731 Willamette Street
VIOLIN INSTRUCTION VOICE
VIOLA ON ALL PIANO
CELLO WIND HARMONY
MASS INSTRUMENTS THEORY
Tho School or Music whoro nil tha
Legitimate Instruments nnd Musical
Studios are Instructed.
Ellsworth Crocker, President,
Mrs. E(lsworth Crocker, Seo and Tress,
D. W. ROOF, JEWELER
PINE WATCH REPAIRING
Attonded to Promptly ,
Springfield and Vicinity A)
Leave ordors nt tho Nows Office
8. B. STEVENS
Amblers Dancing Academy
Eugene Phons 345
Learn to dance before fall season
opons. Throe claeaos weekly.
Children's fancy dancing, Saturdays
2 p. m. nates Reasonable
JUDGE J. W. HAMILTON
Democratic nominee for Judgo
of tbo Circuit Court of tho 2nd
Judicial DlBtricf. Judgo Hamil
ton has a record of 18 years sor
vlco on tho bench In this district,
which has been marked by his
economical methodB and abso
luto fairness on nil questions
coming before his court. A voto
for Judgo Hamilton Is a votQfor.
efficiency and service. ufl
(Paid Advertisement) "