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THE BPniNQPIELD NEWS
MONDAY, NOVMMlliail 18, 101(1
The Springfield News
J. C. DIMM, WALTER R. DIMM
Editors and Publishers
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HUGHES HAS OREGON ELECTOR
AL VOTE BY PLURALITY OF 7262
(Continued from pago one)
Majority tor 7S,G0
Ship Tax Exemption
No -.. 69.8SB
Majority for &0.732
CAMP CREEK Ruby Crabtrco
MARCOLA Audrey Lowls ( Yes ..
THURSTON, Mm. Walter EdmlsUn No -
ALTERVILLE, Molina Momb I
WEST SPRINGFIELD, Gladys Leo Majority against
DONNA Charles Heck Full Rental Land Tax
COBURQ Elsie Anderson Yes - 39,657
CEDAR FLAT Mrs. Anna Mono No ....... - - 123,761
HARD TIMES FELT:
SERVES JOHNNY CAKES
As a ininesqttQ on tho election nml
symbols of tho hard times which tho
, Republicans say nro at hand, Mrs. V.
E. Lenhnrt entertained tho mcmbertt
of tho KonslitRton club In poverty
! stricken "stylo" at her homo at SOS A
stroot Friday afternoon. When tho
S!Vl BU08ts arrived, they wore ushered Into
&s' ' nrpotless (excepting for rag hirs)
curtalnlcss, rooms , furnished with
Mrs. Clara Chllds
Mmkr of the Wlllamttte Valley
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1916
THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE
Now that the suspense and
turmoil of national election is
past the country has settled
down to serious business. The
election did not result as the
majority of Springfield and Ore
gon had hoped it would, hut it
did result as the majority of thj
people of this nation wanted it
The latest reports show that
TVoodrow Wilson has been re
elected to the presidency. He is
the people's choice. He-is. the
people's president. Each one of
-us did our part at the polls. We
--supported our candidate. If we
Tvon. we are satisfied. If we lost
we should be good losers, and
lor four years at least let us
adopt the people's choice as our
choice and stand hy the presi
dent for the progress of America.
The president may not be
long to our political party, but
he does belong to us as a people.
.He represents this nation in the
affairs of other nations. The ma
jority of the people have vested
-in him their confidence and be
lieves that he will not use his
office for the good of a selected
few, but expect that at all times
nil luiiiivos, iuuiiib , lurillBUUU Willi
Majority for "straight-backed furniture which show
renaieion ormi i,, ,., . .,, .... ,
oro,- i .'r" nvm, itmiu nun ouiiiii
covore had given place to U turkey
u ' red cloth, nnd plecos of old Chenille
Tho pictures of tho two nominee
graced tho wall, that of Hughes hung
with crcpo, and of Wilson ndomel
with an old-faBhloned motto: "Lord,
give us this day out dally bread.' Re
freshments were In keeping. Tho first
mooting Thursday afternoon, at tho
homo of Mrs. James Lnxton on Fifth
and U streets.
Mnporlty against .............. ....84,064 couf80 wn8 Johnny cako anJ b,Mk mQ
Yes - 90.677
No - - 9U8r
Majority for 3S3
Sunday Closing Repeal
Yes - 1H.177
Majority for .. 31.470
No- -- 129'9" Lenhart.
lasses, but Just about the time the
guests were getting Beared, tho hostess
brought on the second course: chick.
en salad, sandwiches, pumpkin pie
with whipped cream .and coffee. Tho
guests of the club on this occasion
were Mrs. D. W. Roof. Mm. M. J, Me
Klin, and Mm. Julia Kennedy. Mem
bers present were Mesdames Fred
Dressier, L. May, J. F. Gotfard. O. n.
Kessey. J. C. Holbrook. C. E. Swart 8
I H. A. Korf, and tho hostess, Mrs. F. E.
Mrs. E. O. Drowning, a form
Majority against - 4S.G17
iNo - 105.7 12
j er membor of the club has invited the
l ladles to her home at 1483 Oak street
jln Eugene for tho next meeting, a week L
! from Friday.
i ntiUi-.A.xjs kxjiiv if i :
..-. i im I " yvi ti-iu iiur uiiiiuiu.
iiiujui.L.. .u. v. MONTHLY SOCIAL ! Said Sterling Foster, N. L. Nelson ns
Rural Credits Amendment Fri,iv Vo,iff nM i t,le owner of tho legal title of tho
Yes 90,270 n , veiling tho Uerean class above Uo8crlbcd pr0porty ns the samo
No 75 2lSiOf the Christian church gave Its month-J appears of record, and each of tho
' , ly social and business meeting. In the ! other persons nbove named nro hereby
, . , o, nio absence of their president nnd vice- Iuncr notinea that II. I. Studloy
Majority for 21.042 ... nl will apply to tho Circuit Court of tho
State-Wide Tax Limitation ? . . ?, ' f. F,anC0 Trav,s' c n" I County and Stato nforosald for a do-
Yes 88 324 I ,,uc,eU tho nieotlng. CInss officers for i creo foreclosing tUo lion against Iho
I llln rnllnU'lriP vonp wnm irttilnn.l nrnnnrK' n l vn ilnotipuiml nml mnntlntt
, r - l . . . . ..... I nl In an I.I nni-IIIUiitn . - A
jv VUirilB was eieClGU Ua&KGt hall ' v .uuitii.n), aiu ;uu uiu
manager indoor baseball was
principal diverelon of the evening. Af- 0f this summons exclusive of tho day
ter dainty refreshments were served, of said flrst publication, and defend
Miss Letter Fly and a few other games I tuls ocl,on or Dny 1,10 amount duo as
were played. Some excitement wns,above ?h,own tosother with costs nnd
, . , , ; At"-""-"i " accruod Interest and in caso of your
caused by several of the guests break-. failure to do so. a decreo will bo rend
Ing through a bench. Those present ored foreclosing tho lion of said taxes
were: Misses Helen Roberts, Nelllo nna C0Bls "Kalnst tho land and promt
Mimn rvj,,n r-. r. x.,, ses abovo named.
' m . summons Is published by order
c.nuuu Miniums, wanna, or tho Honorable J. W. Hamilton
McKlnney. France Travis. Anna Hed- Judge of the Circuit Court of tho Stato
burg, Minnie Deaver, Ruby Senseney lof Oregon for tho County of Lano and
and Ethlyn Powers and Messrs Russe, j gj JgSSS the
Mjers. Ivan McKlnney, Roland Mo-(date of tho first publication of this
Bluer, 10m iNixon, iiarry Nixon, Glenn summons Is the 18 th day of Soptcni
3UMMON8 rOR PUBLICATION IN
FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIEN
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, For Lane County
II. U Studloy, l'lulntirr
StoMlug Foster. Adelo 0. Foston N. L.
Nelson, Mrs, N, L. Nelson, L, Horfon
miller, nnd all persons unknowiw It
any, having or claiming an Interest
or cstnto In nnd to tho horolnaftor
dosvrlbed real proporty, defondnnts.
To Sterling Fosjor. Adole O. Foster,
in. li. Nelson, Mrs. N. L. Nelson, nnd.
all persons unknown, If any, having or j
i:i(l,llllllK "II llliuivai III UBI1IIU 111 lllltl III
tho hereinafter described real property
i no nuovo named uoronilnnt.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You are horeby notlllod
that II. L. Studloy tho holder of Cop
tlflcnte of Delinquency numbered U6G
Issued on. tho 7lh day of October 1913
by tho Tax Cotloctor of tho County of
Lano, Stato of Oregon, for tho amount
f Elghty-alx cents, tho samo being tho
amount then duo and delinquent for
taxes for the year 1913 togethor-with
penalty, Interest and costs thoreon up
on tho real proporty assessed to you,
of which you are the ownor as appears
of record, situated in said County and
State, and particularly bounded and do
scribed as follows, to-wit:
Lot number nine (9), in block num
ber twenty-four (34): nud lots number
two (8), threo(O), four (4), and flvo
(5), in block number twenty-seven (27)
in Mo Keuslo Park, Lane County, State
You are further notified that said
H. L .Studloy lias paid taxes on said
premises for prior or subsequent years
with the rate of Interest on said
amounts as follows:
On March 21, 1914, tho sum of $.7
taxes for tho year 1913.
On March 31, 1915, tho sum of f.Sl
taxes for tho year 1914.
On April 5, 1916, the sum or $.50 Jaxcs
for tho year 1915.
All of said amounts henr Interest
from date of payment at tho rato of
CIRCUS COLLECTS 983 NICKELS
WHILE IN SPRINGFIELD .
(Continued from page one)
to trickle down a cheek when Uncle
Joe sang his world famous tenor solo,
"Old Black Joe."
Those who did noi venture Inside
the side shows did not want for real
fun. Little Thelraa and Fernist, lh
Gold Dust twins, cut up many a caper
that even brought smiles to the face
of many a confirmed school mann.
'Snookums' and the newly weds, the i
Ditto, Harold Perkins, Ray Vincent,
Orlo Nettleton, Oscar Lee, Fran Lam
berty, Roy Cairns, Oscar Leo, Clar
ence Hill and Mr. and Mra. C. H. Jen
sen. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kowskl. an.l
uut cApv, iuii v ' p Vnrrknn
he will uphold the rights of the j Katzen Jammer kids were all present. ' mson-
vhole American people m na- when R an oyer and he last,MRS. c. E. swarts hostess
tional and international rela- cone gone, and the last song sung, and j FIVE HUNDRED CLUB
tions. i the last nlckle spent, the circus packed The members of tho Five Hundred
up and passed on from whence it came.
A favorable balance-of, trade
insures wealth. Does Spring
Held have a favorable balance of
trade? Are the commodities that
are produced here and"sold on.
the outside market worth more
--money than those that arm
I For Sale, Rent, Wanted, "Etc.
FOR INFORMATION regarding home
' stead entries In Central Oregon,
write enclosing stamped envelope to
brought in -by 'the merchants- - K,ng or D- D- Tusslng, Broth-
:and sold oh our markets? If our-
community is to be progressive
-it must produce more than it
consumes. Primarily we are
producers of raw materials.
-Springfield depends on two
-Sources for its income, unfinish
ed lumber and farm products
Springfield has a good loca
tion for manufacturing plants
-other than those we already
iave. Located at the head of
"three valleys. Springfield Is a
natural distributing point for a
iatrge territory in its infancy,
"Tho waste from our saw mills
"could furnish millions of heat
-units that might be used in fac
There are a number of indus
tries that might be placed on the
-permanent income of this com--iunity.
Among the possibilities
are beet sugar production, flax
growing and linen manufactur
ing, and the making of finished
We have a good location, we
have good transportation facil
ities, we have good waer power,
we have unnumbered natural re
sources. Why can't Springfield
-as a town get together on this
. Consistent boosting, honest
advertising, cooperation, and
plenty of good hard work will
$ring results'for our efforts.
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 som?
apples of the following varieties.
Winter Banana, Spice Sweets and
Bell Flower. Call 103-J
FOR SALE CHEAP
Club were entertained at the home of
Mrs. C. E. Swarts on Fifth nnd E
streets last Thursday nfternoon. Aflor
an afternoon of cards, at which Mrs.
C. E. Wheaton recleved the high score,
a business meeting was held. After
the latter, tho hostess and her dnugh
! ter, Miss Edna, served delicious fruit
l salad, sandwiches, ' cake and coffee.
jTho next meeting of the club will ho
with Mrs. Howard Woods at her home
on Eighth and Lawrence streets in
Eugene. The members present Thurs
day were: Mesdames A. P. McKin
zey, James Stewart, M. M. Peery, C, E.
Wheaton, A. M. Beaver, W. C. Reb
han, H. W. Whitney, Howard Woods,
the hostess, Mrs, C. E. Swarts, and
Miss Edna Swarts.
"THE ROUND DOZEN"
IS LATEST CLUB
"The Round Doron" Five Hundred
club came Into existence last Thursday
evening when that number of Spring
field folks met at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. R. P. Mortensen on Sixth and A
All process and papers In this pro
ceedlng may be served upon tho under
signed residing within tho Stnto of
Oregon, at tho address hereinafter
L. M. TRAVIS
Attorney for PJalntlff
Address, Eugene, Oregon.
Sept. 18,25. ,OcL2,9,lC,23,30. Nov.6,13,20
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U.
Land Ofllce, at Roscburg, Oregon,
Nnvembor, 4, 1910.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Frank
! P. McCnnn, of McKcnzle Brldgo, Oro
gon, who, on January 20, 1913, made
Homestead Entry, Sorlnl, No. 08532,
for Lots 7 and 8 nnd S. W. V S. W.
Sec. 15, and N. W. 4 N. W. -t of
Section 22, Township 16 S, Rnngo 5 B,
Willamette Meridian, has filed notlco
of Intention to make Final Throo-ycar
Proof, to establish claim to tho land
above described, before I. P. Hewitt,
U. S. Commissioner, at his olllco, at
Eugene, Oregon, on tho 18th day of
Claimant names as witnesses.
Charles L. Taylor, of McKonzIo
Arthur Belknap, of
George" JI, Moody, of
Walter Boone, of
W. H. CANNON, Register,
Nov. 6, 9, 13, 16, 20, 23, 27, 30, Doc. 4
n L 4 1. r l n-it
m u. DpnnB,.eiu 8treetB. Mr8- Morten8en was elected
, president "and Mrs. I. V. Jackson, sec
retary and treasurer of the new organ-
FOR SALE Practically new Oliver Nation, which Is to meet on the first
Typewriter number 5. Machine is 00,1 third Thursday evenings of tho
equipped with tabulator and back month. Tho "Round Dozen-era" nro:
spacer. It Is In good running order. I)p- and Mrs. R. P. Mortensen, Mr. and
Call at the News office and have it Mrs- Walter Herndon, Mr. and Mrs. I.
demonstrated. Terms. V. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Norwood Cox,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lyon, Mrs. Zella
FOUND: Small key on wire. Owner Cantroll and Ed Holverson. Another
may have same by calling at the. "'cetlng will ho held tho coming Thurs-
News office and paying for this ad.
OR SALE Nine acre farm one fourth
mile east of Creswell. River bottom
land all In cultivation. Has four
acres of Iiganberries, one and seven
eighths acres in red raspberries in
bearing Intermingled with four year
old apple trees. Has house, barn,
and modern chicken bouses with
fenced In parks. Con bo had at a
bargain. Address A31. oare of Tho
FOR SALE OH TRADE Small fruit
ranch within sight of CreawelL Will
consider trade on Springfield resi
dence proporty. Address, 0 31,
PARTY AT WHEELER HOME
A general good time was in order
when several young folks in response
to invitations met at the homo of Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Wheeler on Fourth and
E streets Saturday evening. Doliclous
"eats" were served during tho course
of tho evening, but ono of the guests
declares he can't remember what all
hey- did hare. Tho guests were:
Mlssos Jessie and Graco Walker and
Joy Walker, Vance Cagley, and Mr.
and Mrs. Wheeler.
WILLING WORKERS MEET
Tho Willing Workers of tho Christ
ian church held tholr usual wcek'ly
CALL FOR BIDS
Bids for tho carpenter work on two
houses to be orcctod at Second and
B streets will be recloved, Plans and
opacifications can bo seen by calling
on Rev. James T. Moore.
All bids will be subject to accopt-
nnco or rejection.
Springfield, Orogon, Novombor, 1, 1916.
Department of tho Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Rosoburg, Oregon.
NOTICE IS horoby given thnt Char
les L. Taylor, of McKonzIo Bridge.
Oregon, who, on October 25, 1910,
made Homostead Entry, Serial No,
00097 for tho S K S. W. , S. B. Vu 8.
8. E. Vi S. W. V. Sec, 15, nnd N.
W. Vt N. E. '4. N. 8. W. Vi N. E. ,
N. S. 8. W. t N. E. Vx, N. E.4,
N. W. Yi of Sec. 22, Tp. 16 8. R. Sor
idl No, 08574 for tho 8. S S, W. Vi
N. E. 4 of Section 22 Township 16 8.
Rnngo 5 E, Willamette Meridian, has
filed notice of Intention to mnko Final
Five-year Proof, to establish claim
to the land abovo described, beforn
I .P. Hewitt, U. 8. Commissioner, at
his ofilco, at Eugeno, Oregon, on tho
18th day of December, 1916.
Claimant names as wltnosses:
George Croner, of Eugeno, Oregon.
Allco Croner, of Eugeno, Oregon.
George Frlssoll, of McKonzIo
Arthur Belknap, of McKensfe
W. H. CANNON, Register
Nov. 0, 9,10,16,20,23,27,30. Dec. 4.
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