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ACTIVITIES, OF OTHER
Thurston. Nov. 1. Miss Dculah Mat
thews of Rugono Ih visiting here.
Mrs. Lou Kennedy of Elmlm, who
Kas been visiting nt tho homo of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Danks re
turned homo yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Piatt, Mr. and
Airs. Roy Edmlston and families motor
ed to Dexter Sunday and spent the day
i't tho home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hoston
Mrs. John Brown cclobratod hor
birthday yesterday tiy entertaining
x at dinner Mrs. Tiylor Needhnm, Mrs.
NJ1 Danks and Mfss Mary Miller.
Mrs. Perry Edmlston entertained as
dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
"Hastings, grandma Kundel, Virgil Ron
nie, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Edmlston,
-pames Hastings and Wllla Edmlston,
. The Junior Endeavor society gave
a Hallowe'en party at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. John Price last Friday
evening. Corn stalks were placed In
consplclous places; Autumn leaves
vera used In profusion some being
Very artistically arranged In huge yel
low pumpkin jardlnlers. When the
Jblnck cats, wise owls and owlets and
-ghosts and Jack-c-lantems put In
their appeararice' It made altogether a
:a very wierd scene. Mrs. O. A. Ma
hone added much to the amusement of
the children by disguising as a witch
.and coming In unannounced. All sorts
of Hallowe'en sports were indulged
in and promptly at 9:30 o'clock an ap
propriate luncheon was served. "Tho
guests of the society were; Mrs. O.
A. McMahon, Mrs. Chas. Taylor, Mrs.
John Edmlston, Mrs. Walter Edmlston,
Miss Elizabeth McMahon, and Miss
West Springfield, Nov. 4. Mrs.
Charles Neet who has been vlsitln?
her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hunt
er, or Myrtle Creek, returned Friday
Ward Jolllfr, who has spent sever
al months In Washington, returned
Wesley Ware of Wendllng came
down Monday to attend the funeral of
3)is nephew, the Infant son of Mr. and
Ivirs. 'Oliver Allen.
v Revival services commenced at the
Tree Methodist church Sunday even
D. W. Smith and family have moved
to Raymond, Washington where Mr.
Smith has work in the sawmill.
Marcola, Xov. 4. The Marcola High
.'School student body spent Friday af
ternoon casting straw votes on the
coming election. Prof. O'Reilly se
cured about eighty sample ballots for
the students. Mr. O'Reilly said that
the Marcola student body was the only
one in Lane county which were able to
secure the official county ballots. Much
enthusiasm was shown. Every student
wore a pin showing which party they
were for and politics were discussed
on every corner. At one o'clock Fri
day afternoon tho ballots were p.jl
plained in detail after which campaign
speakers chosen from the student
The Republican speaker was Petev
Vander Stejre and the Democrat
speaker was Ralph Garoutte. Five
booths were prepared and 'voting went
.on the same as at the polls. The re
tsults were announced at four o'clock
ias follows: President, Wilson; secre
tary of state, Oicott; Justice of Su
preme Court, Burnett and Moore;
Dairy and Food Commissioner, Mickle.
Commissioner, of Public Service,
Duchtell; Circuit Judges, Buchanon,
Sklpworth, and Potter; Representa
tives, Jones, Eaton and Ban; Dis
trict Attorney, Ray; Representative
In Congress, Hawley; Assessor, Bur
ton, County Clerk, Russell; County
Sheriff, Parker; County Treasurer.
Taylor, County School Superintendent,
Moore; County Surveyor, Llbby;
County Commissioner, Spencer; Co.
Coroner, Veach; Marcola Constable,
Herman Watson; The amendments
-were decided as follows; Single Item
veto, yes; Negro and mulatto suf
frage, no; full rental value land tax
and homemakers loan fund, yes; bill
repealing and abolishing the Sunday
closing law, yes; For Pendleton Nor
mal school, yes; permitting manufac
ture and regulated sain foi)r per cent
jnalt liquor, yes; prohibiting amend
ment forbidding Importation of Intox
icating liquors for beverage purposes,
yes; state wide tax and indebtedness
limitation amendment, yes.
Uouurg, Oct. 'BlvBoya and girls
played many stunts on Hallowe'en
here but damages "ilone this year are
not very serious. .
Eighteen car' loads of cattle wero
shipped from here Monday for Call
fornlan 'stock yards,
Mr. and Mrs. Jl. T. Wood motored to
Eugene i Wednesday.
J. M. Keller of Harrlsburg trans-
acted business In Coburg Monday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. Drury motored
to Eugono on n business trip Wed
nesday. Mrs. Rlshop of this city has been
very 111 for the past week, but she Is
N. J. Nelson, of Harrtoburg, was In
Dick Jones motored to Eugene on
H. M. Anderson and sou Clarence
motored to Springfield Wcdnosdny on
a business trip.
Tho Rehekahs gave a social Friday
evening for their families. A largo
number attended nnd a good time was
enjoyed by all.
Her Son Subject to Croup
"My son Edwin, Is subject to croup,"
writes Mrs. E. O. Erwln, Now ICensIng
ton, Pn. "I put In many sleepless
hours at night beforo I learned of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Moth
ers need not fear this disease tf they
keep a bottlo of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in Uie house and uso it as dt
rected. It always gavo my boy relief,"
Ben. F. Keeney Explains
To the Editor:
In looking over an editorial republish
ed from "The Valley Progress" In your
last Issue, I observe that tho same con
tains a very radical error. The state
ment that I pledged myself to abide
by tho decision of the republican prl
mary Is erroneous. The pledge that
appeared on the, nominating petition
was that I would "not accept the nomi
nation or endorsement from any other
party than the one In which I am reg
istered" and as to this, I have neither
violated the letter nor the Bplrlt of
the law, for I accepted the nomina
tion from no party, but instead from
over six hundred Individual electors
representing every political party af
filiation known in Lane County, who
earnestly solicited me to re-seek elec
tion. However, aside from the error, re
ferred to above, the editor of the arti
cle pays me tho highest compliment
' that any assessor should hope for: He
states that I have beenyan "efficient
officer' and that my opponent was
"brought forward by Interests that
were not tho best for the whole good
of the county." What better recom
mendation for re-election should I
BEX F.. KEENEY
Ben F. Keeney's Answer
Referring to the vicious nnd uncall
ed for attacks made against mo by
circulars and in the press on the part
of my opponent, Mr. Burton, I will say
that If an attempt to tear down an
opponent's reputation for honesty and
efficiency by villificatlon and false
hoods with a view of building up one
self 13 a necessary qualification for an
assessor, I yield the honors to Mr.
This is my answer to his attacks.
BEN. F. KEENEY.
1 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon.
September 29. 1D16
I Notice Is hereby given that Harry
! Thomas Hoare. of VIda. Oregon, who,
on June 3. 1913, made Homestead En
try, Serial No. 08917. for the E Vs or
I N E M. N W Yt of N E M and N E
' '.i of N W V of Section 4, Township
17 S, Range 3 E, Willamette Merid
ian, has filed notice of intention to
make Final Thre-onr proof. to es
tablish claim to the land above de
scribed, before I. P. Hewitt. U. S.
Commissioner at his office, at Eugene,
Oregon on the 6th day of November,
Claimant names as witnesses:
Mllo Thompson, of VIda, Oregon.
Michael Hanley, of VIda .Oregon.
John Lowe, of VIda, Oregon.
James Resides, of VIda, Oregon.
W. H. CANNON.
Oct. 2, 5, 9. 12. 16, 19, 23, 20, 30,Nov.2,6
CALL FOR BIDS
Bids for the carpenter work on two
houses to be erected at Second and
B streets will be recleved. Plans and
specifications can be seen by calling
on Rev. James T. Moore.
All bids will be subject to accept
ance or rejection.
Springfield, Oregon, November, 1, 1916.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon.
NOTICE IS hereby given that Char
les L. Taylor, of McKenzle Bridge,
Oregon, who, on October 25, 1910,
made Homestead Entry, Serial No.
00697 for the S Yt S. W. 4 S. E. V., S.
S. E. H S. W. Vi. Sec. 15, and N.
W. Vi N. E. 4. N. S. W. Vi N. E. Vi.
N. Yt 8. Yz S. W. Vi N. E. Vu N. E.V4,
N. W. Vi of Sec, 22, Tp. 16 S. R. Ser
ial No. 08574 for tho S. S Vz 8. W. Vi
N. E. Vi of Section 22 Township 16 S.
Range 5 E, Willamette Meridian, has
filed notlco of Intention to make Final
FIvo-year Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
I .P. Howitt, V. S. Commissioner, at
his office, at Eugene, Oregon, on tho
18th day of December, 1916,
Claimant names as witnesses:
Georgo Cronor, ot Eugene, Oregon.
Alice Croner. or Eugene, Oregon,
George Frlssell, or McKenzle
Arthur "Belknap, of McKenzle
' W. H. OANNON. Roglster
"Nov. C, 9,13,16,20,23,37,30, Dec. 4.
THE 8PRINQFIKLD N1WS
POUKRT BURNS Lof go, No.
78, A, M. ,F., AncAnt and
Accepted Scottish Rlto Uni
versal and Symbolic Fro 8
Masons moots drat and third
Friday ovonlwt In W. 0. W.
hall. Visiting brothors wol
T. B. Harris
P. A. Johnson
R. W, M
JUDGE J. W. HAMILTON
Democratic nominee for Judge
of the Circuit Court of tho 2nd
Judicial District. Judge Hamil
ton has a record of 18 years ser
vice on the bench' in this district,
which has been marked by his
economical methods and abso
lute fairness on all questions
coming before his court. A vote
for Judge Hamilton is a vote for
efficiency and service.
D. W. ROOF, JEWELER
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
HERBERT E. WALKER
Office in City Hall. Sorlnafleld. Ore
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of tho Interior, V. S.
Land Office, at Roscburg, Oregon.
Nnvombor, 4, 1916.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Frank
P. McCnnn, of McKenzle Bridge, Ore
gon, who, on January 20, 1913, made
Homestead Entry, Serial. No. 08532,
for Lots 7 and 8 and S. W. S. W. 4
Sec. 15, and N. W. M N. W. V4 of
Section 22, Township 16 S, Range 5 E,
WUlainetto Meridian, has filed notlco
of Intention to make Finnl Threo-year
Proof, to establish claim to the land
nbovo descVlbed, before I. P. Hewitt,
U. S. Commissioner, at his .office, at
Eugene, Oregon, on the 18th dny of
Claimant names as witnesses.
Charles L. Taylor, of McKenzle
Arthur Belknap, of McKenzle
George H. Moody, of McKenzle
Walter Boone, of McKenzle
W. H. CANNON. Register.
Nov. 6. 9. 13. 16, 20, 23. 27. 30. Dec. 4.
For Sale, Rent, Wanted, Etc.
COCKERALS FOR SALE: White Leg
horn pure bred O. A. C. .strain, six
months old, $1.00 each. Call at 710
APPLES WANTED: I want some
apples of tho following varieties.
Winter Banana, Spice Sweets and
Bell Flower. Call 103-J
FOR SALE CHEAP: Young Jersey
cow. Inquire at the Springfield
FOR SALE Practically new Ollvor
Typewriter number G, Machine is
equipped with tabulator and' back
spacer. . It is In good running ordor.
Call at the Nows office and have It
FOUND: Small key on wire. Owner
may havo same by calling at the
Now office and paying for this nd.
WANTED: To exchange city property
In Eugene for Springfield house an I
lot and small cash balunce. Mrs.
M. 15. McCreary, at Home Restaur
ant, OR SALK Nino acre farm onu fourth
mllo east of Cruswell. River bottom
land all In cultivation. Has four
acres ot loganberries, one and seven
eighths acres In red ruspborrles in
bearing Intermingled with four year
old apple trees. Has house, barn,
and modern chicken houses with
fenced in parks. Can be had at a
bargain. Address A31. care of The
FOR SALE OR TRADE Small frlt
" ranch within sight of CreBwell. Will
consider trade on Springfield resi
dence proporty. Address, C 31,
summons run publication in
FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIEN -In
the Circuit Court of tho State of
Oregon, For Lane County
H. I. Studloy, Plaintiff
Sterling Foster, Adolo G. Foster, N. L.
' Nelson', Mrs. N. L. Nelson, L. HolTuu
I miller, nnd all persons unknown, It
. nny, having or claiming an Intoront
I or ostato In nnd to the harolnnftor
described real property, defendants.
To Sterling Foster, Adolo 0. Fostor,
N. L. Nolson, Mrs. N. L. Nelson, nnd
all persons unknown, If nny, having or
claiming an Interest or estate In nnd to
tho hereinafter described real property
tiro nbovo named defendant.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You nro hereby notified
that H. U Studloy tho holdor of Cer
tificate of Delinquency numboced 1155
Issued on tho 7th day of October 1913
by tho Tax Collector of tho County of
Lnno, Statu of Oregon, for tho amount
of Eighty-six cents, tho name being tho
amount then duo and delinquent for
taxes tor the year 1913 together with
penalty, Interest nnd costs thereon up
on tho real property assessed to you,
of which you nro tho owner as nppoara
of record, situated In said County and
Stnto, and particularly bounded and do-
.scribed ns follows, to-wlt:
, Lot number nine (9), In block num
ber twenty-four (24); nnd lota number
two (2). throo(3), four (4), nnd five
(5). In block number twenty-seven (27)
In Mc Kenit'o Park, Lnno County, Stnto
You nro further notified that said
II. L .Studloy has paid tuxes on said
premises for prior or subsequent years
with tho rnto of interest on snld
I amounts as follows:
On March 21, 1914, tho sum of $.7
taxos for the year 1913.
On March 31. 1915, tho sum or $.51
taxos for tho year 1914.
, On April 5, 1910. tho sum of J. CO taxes
: for tho year 1916.
All of said amounts bear Interest
from dnto of payment at the rnto of
15 per cent per annum.
Said Sterling Fostor, N. L. Nolson ns
tho owner of the legal tltlo of the
above described property ns tho snrao
appears of record, and each of tho
other persons nbovo named aro hereby
further notified that II. L. Studloy
will apply to tho Circuit Court of the
County and State aforesaid for a do
i cree foreclosing the Hon against tho
i proporty abovo doscrlbed, nnd mention
', ed In said certificate. jna you nro
I hereby sunuuonod to appear within
sixty days aftor tho first publication
of this summons oxcluslvo of tho day
;of said first publication, and defend
this action or pay the amount duo ns
above shown together with costs and
accrued Interest and In caso of your
fnlluro to do so, a docrco will ho rend
ered foreclosing tho lion of snld tnxos
and costs against the. land and premi
ses abovo named.
This summons is published by ordor
or tno Honorable J. w. Hnmllton
I Judge of the Circuit Court or the Stnto
of Oregon for tho County of Lnno and
said ordor was made and dated this
16th dny of September 1910 and tho
dato of the first publication of this
summons is tho 18 tit day of Septom
All process and papers In this pro
ceeding may bo sorvod upon tho under
signed residing within tho State of
Oregon, at the address horolnnftor
L. M. TRAVIS
Attorney for I'lalntlfT
' Address, Eugono, Oregon.
aont. i.zi. ucis.iMU.'.i.t.au. Nov.0. 13,20
Dr. ADALINE KEENEY FERRIS
Homeopathic Physician and 8urgeor
Office, Baptist Parsonngo
Cornpf Second and C Streets
HOFRS 9 TO 12 PHONE 4P
Made in Springfield
A DIRECTORY OF MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MEN WHO WANT YOUR
BUSINESS AND WILL GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES
TV House of Quality! domS
We put up Bon Bon Boxes to your order. '
Pan GoodB are unexcelled Buggies, Wagons, Hacks, Harness, Saddles,
Chocolates are fresh every day Horses and Cattle for sale . '
All our candles are Home Made . , ,
, I buy and sell all kinds of .Junk i
EGGIMANN'S CANDY KITCHEN phone 51 Phone 29 South 2 and A Streets ;
Water Proof Shoe Oil see :
water proofs and softens The Booth Kelly Lumber Co.
' ALL KINDS OF LEATHER
WfS,er ' 4 foot Slab Wood. $1.75
SPRINGFIELD, - - OREGON per Cord nt the Mill
ELECTRICITY Springfield Flour Mills
BAKORE Hard Wheat Patent
For light, heat and power. Try mo. Oct ncqnulntod. Yoif will like mo. Dost
"Made in Springfield." va,u for your money any nour ' Bprinrflow. ;
Tfc ' a, You kll0W 1 nm wo11 1,kod hy M ljron'l mnkorB.
Urefifon rower ko. woBiVe you more for your monoy in flour and food 'I
. of ull kinds thnu any othor place In town. '
" 1 m 1 11 "" " t
i HAVE RETURNED you get all the news that's
to Springfield with a Rood, up-to-date stock of "MADE IN SPRINGFIELD" I
hund-made harness and accessories, nnd am
ready to servo my old customers again and 'N THE
welcome now ones, Shoe repairing done qtTT'VTV IjITTTUT T" TntTTio i
better for Iobb money, This is my specialty. OX XiJLiN KDTV JLJliJjJL iN JL W O ,
All I ask is a trial, . ,
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Between MniM and A, next door to Sikes Subscription 1.B0 per year pf,6nb 2 '
, MARK V. WraBFORD
Stands for Wilson's Policies II
Able, Aggressive, Fearless II
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C. F. SKIPWORTH
of Eugene, Ore.
Prosont Circuit Judgo
For Lane, Douglas, Denton, Lin
coin, Coos and Curry Counties
Candidato for Reflection
W. F. WALKER
Office Phone 02; Residence 07-
West Main St.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER, 0, 1010
' H. SANDCATHE Proprietor
Repairing a Specialty
Main, hot. Fourth nnd Fifth. Ilioiio 11
SPRINGFIELD - OREGON
O. R. GulHon, M.D.
Practice Limited tl
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Gradunt" Nurse Attending
306, White Temple, Eugene.