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MONDAY, DKC. 4, 1013.
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
Tks SprinefMd .News
y. C. DIMM, WALTER R. DIMM
Editors and Publishers
Published Every Monday and
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CAMP GREEK Ruby Crabtroe
MAjaCOlA Audrey .Lowls
TliuiiSTdN, Mrs. Waiter Ednilston
WAI4TERYILX.E, Mallna Momb
WST SPRINGFIELD, Gladys Leo
DdliNA Charies Hock
COtiRQ Elsie Anderson
CEQAR.IAT . . Mrs. Anno Morse
Mii Clara Chllds
Member ef the Willamette Valley
,.V rfHijS I" V. C- X tit .4
DEC. 4. 19l5.
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According tb Ihfe national cbn
bus of 1910 the population of
Oregon was 672,765. The last
estimates given out a few days
ago by the federal department
of" commerce place the Oregon
population at ,848,86.6 by the
first of January 1917. This
means that the population of this
6tate has increased at the rate of
eleven per cent in seven years.
The department of commerce
shows the growth of the other
states in the same report but
most of them have not had such
a rapid increase since the last
IS BIO SUCCESS
Not only from a money standpoint,,
but also vlowod from tho aspoct of
tho amount of roai tun dlstrlbutoii
around, was tho Hard-Time Spclal gly
on by tho local Robokahs on Satur
day uvenlng, a real success. It Is an
nounced that at least $10 will bo real
tied from tho occasion, after all tho
bills arc paid. This means that about
75 people attended, for most of tho
money came Trom straight admissions,
slnco very few people were lined for
appearing In prosperous looking raim
ent. However, thoro wore somo flag
rant examples, such as that of Mr.
and Mrs. M . L. France. Tho former
was lined for wearing his good clothes
whllo his wlfo was charged with wear,
ing cheap Jewelry. M. C. Drossier wns
Judgo of tho Kangaroo court, before
which offenders wore haled. To Mrs.
Rose Rcnno, probably belongs tho
doubtful honor of deserving tho prlxe,
had thoro been one, for real poverty
Btruckness. During the ovenlng, tho
following Impromptu program was
hugely enjoyed. Piano, Miss Rosa
Andrews; Reading Miss Alice Kestcr;
Music, by tho muBtobox; Reading.
Mrs. W. F. Walker: A talk. In which
he told of the object of the social
to obtain money to help furnish the
Springfield lodge's room In tho Odd
Felfow home ai Portland by H. E,
Walker; Piano and Violin Duet, Miss
Chloie Wooley and Dan Fischer; Mus
ic by the Tipperary band, composed
of prominent Rekekahs; Reading,
Mrs. Norwood Cox; and a Violin
solo, Al. Mongtomery, accompanied by
Mrs. Charles Hardt at tho piano. The
music for the square dances and oth
er events of the evening was furn
ished by Mrs. Charles Hardt and Ed
Collins. After the program, came re
freshments consisting of graham waf
ers, soda crackers and buttermilk.
The entertainment committee for the
event was; Mrs. J. P. Fry, Mrs. E.
E Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. L. E . Dur
rin, Mrs. R. N. Griffin, and Milton Bal.
Springfield Dedicates Church
(Continued from rago 1.)
phecy that tho Lord's houso should
bo established on tho tops of tho
mountains and that nit notions should
turn to It. At that ttmo tho world
was tilled wIMi tdolotrpus worship.
In tho midst of all this black outlook
a prophet raised up his votco and
said, a church almost unknown, shall
como to which all nations will turn.
It seemed at that tlmo uttorly re
dlculous. "Looking down through tho years
this prophecy has been fulfilled In
part. Tho church Is established In
all nations. All nations shall como
to tho church and bo strengthened.
"Man hns always been religious and
shall always contlnuo to be so,
as It was expressed In Potcr's confes
Remember then your porsonnl bios
sings, your national blessings, and
our world blessings. 1 closo by quol
In tho wonlH of my text: "Hlvo unto
God for all things, In tho namo of tho
Lord Jesus Christ.''
census was taken. The oppor
tunities of the west have beeni,y
attracting people from all parts J royal neighbor club meets
of the eastern states and of Can
ada wlio have come to Oregon
to settle and derive some of the
benefits of living in one of the
best and most wealthy states in
the union 60 far as natural re
sources are concerned.
' During the last two years the
immigration to Oregon has fal
len off to almost nothing. The
war prosperity has been so great
The Royal Neighbors club met at
the home of Mrs. F. Blgelpw, and
spent the afternoon In fancy work.
A, delicious lunch was served by Mrs.
Bigelpw and daughter, Mrs. ILL. Chase
Those who were present were; Mrs.
F. R. nussell. Mrs. L, E. Scrlvner,
Mrs. T. .A Rathburn, Mrs. M. Oisen,
Mrs. J. Hf Moroipck, Mrs- A. R. Crump
Mrs. J. B, Lathrop, Mrs. B, A. Ragari,
Mrs. Gibbs, Mrs. M. V. Andlcott, Mrs.
P. M. dossier Mrs. O. Holyerson, MrsN
F. .Bfgelow. Visitors were! Mrs. Pot-
tribe has ever been found that did
not have a religious Instinct Man
is Incurably religious.
"Our different religious faiths will
somo day be one. Thoro Is only one
God. . Jf there s only one God Jlherp
can only bo one religion. All llfo
tends to unity. The Christian re
ligion Is tending more and more to
ward unity. The agents of religion
are local .but the truUrs are jUnlvor
Bal. Religion acommodatcs Itself to
different conditions, but religion Is
one. Ultimately there, will be only
one religion theChristian religion.
"Our Christian roUglon has tho ul
timate truth. We know our God. He ;
stnnds before us even as a person
well known. This knowledge brings
to us the knowledge for which man .
has thirsted. In past years this wns '
tho knowledgo of the tooth and the .
claw. Then It was an eye for an -eye
and a tooth for a tooth. Then
the golden rule wns established to do
unto others as you would have others
do unto you. When Jesus came to
earth he said the heart of man itself
'ould bo pure.
"The Christian religion has the su
premo redeeming truth. Tho cry
of man during all time has been, how
can I be saved? Men are all equal
before God. There Is no superior
man when It comes
Dr. William H. Pollard, chairman
of tho board of trustees of the church
It the fire boll should ring would yoa
run and stop It or go and help to put
out tho tiro? It Is much tho same
way with a cough. A cough Is n
danger signal as much ns a flro bell,
You should no inoro try to suppress
It than to Btop a flro boll when it la
ringing, but should euro tho dlsenso
that causes tho coughing. This can
nearly always bo done by taking Chum
belaln'a Cough Remedy. Many havo
No 'used It with tho most benollclal rcsultB
It la especially valunbto for tho do.
sistont cough that bo often follows
a bad cold or an attack of tho grip.
Mrs. Thomas Bcechlng, Andrews Ind.,
writes: "During the winter my hus
band takes cold easily and coughs and
coughs. Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy Is the best medicine for breaking
up these attacks and you cannot get
him to take any other.' Obtainable
One hundred and thirty thousand
maps of the National Forests will bo
distributed this summer. These maps
show the best camp sltos, good hunt
ing and 'fishing grounds, .roads, trail
and telephone .linos, and give direc
tions how to reach points of Interest
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
by vlrtuo of an execution and ordor
of sale Issued out of tbo Circuit Court
of the Statu of Oregon for tho County
of Lano on the 10th day of November
19 1C on a Judgment rendorod In said
Court on the 10th day of November,
191G in n suit whoroln Stowart McKay
was plaintiff nnd Horbort T. Ransdoll
and Mittlo J. Ransdoll his wlfo, It. II
Brown and Jennio Brown his wlfo
wcro defendants, and wherein the
plaintiff recovered a Judgment against
said defendant Herbert T. Ransdoll
and Mittlo J. Rnnsdcll his wlfo for the
to a redeeming Bum of Six Hundred and twenty dollars
together with interest thereon from
March 25th, 1914 until paid at the rate
of nine per cent per annum and the
onm nt it tf) nnrt IntnrnnL thflrnon from
presented the building to tho congro-JUy 1tn 1916 untji pajd Bt the njte
in the eastern states that people ter. . Mrs. Ashworth and Mrs. H. I.,
have not had time to think of(Cha8- The occasion was enjoyed
going west to better their ec- very much'
onomic condition. When the "gleaners" meet
war in Europe is concluded and j and reorganize
the manufacturing Of munitions on last Friday afternoon "The Glean
ers" a class of girls of the Christian
Sunday school, were entertained at
the home of their teacher Mrs. C. H.
Jensen. The class was re-organized
and the namo changed to "Workers for
Christ.'' The officers elected were as
follows: Edwna Parsons, President:
Dorothy Ditto, Secretary; Wlnnifred
iLong, Treasurer: and Vivian Sensen-
It is then that OregonshOuKl j ey, sergeant at arms. . Miss Mabel
be ready to receive the greatest j January assisted Mrs. Jensen during
number of new nome seeners
ceases, the people of the Atlan
tic states will be looking to the
west as the place to make their
future homes. Many of the
laborers will be out of employ
ment and will flock to the west
in search of work.
that have ever come within the :
People of all professions wjll'j
come west. They will all have
money to spend and to invest
in Oregon's resources. This
will make the population of the
State grpw as it did back in 1909
There are several vacant store
rooms and buildings along main
Street in Springfield. The- fact
that the store rooms are vacant
is no particular disgrace to the
tQwn. But the appearance
of the windows and tho fronts
of these buildings is a disgrace
to the looks and the pride of any
Some of the windows are full
of old circus posters and differ
ent kinds of advertising bills.
Soine of the vacant rooms were
occupied hy saloons two years
ago. 0ne or t,w;o of the build
ings and windows still advertise
wines and liquors. The saloons
have been taken out of the com
inunity for gddd at least can't
cpne bacfi, for iwo,years;and the
popple of the cpinpiuglt.y 8hp.uld
at least see to .it that Spring
field docs not still advertise the
fact that this is the- (own of saloons.
the afternoon. Those, present were;
Blanch Randall, Alice Bower, Vlyian
Senseney, Audrey McPhorson, Mabel
McPherson, Dorothy Ditto, Mario
Green, of Coburg, Winifred Lang,
Edwina Parsons, Vennlta. Morrison,
Mabel January, and Mrs. C. II. Jensen.
gation In a very appropriate talk.
"Bishop Hughes then read tho dedi
cation ceremony from the church ri
tual. In a beautiful and impressive
of 6 per cent per annum, and tho sum
iof $75.00 as attorneys' fees thoreln nnd
ithe costs and disbursements of suit
-taxed at $34.40 which Judgment was
enrolled and, dockoted n tho otn.ee or
prayer the Bishop asked that tho Lord the Clerk of said, Court on the 10th, day
Mpr the wnrk that thn RnrtnrflnM of November. 1916 and said execution
congregation had started in building 'one directed commandg mo In the
this new, edifice.
The day's services were closed with
the benediction by Dr. Doney.
to satisfy said. Judgment and attorneys
funn nnd mat nnd nrrriinlnr rnntu to
sell tho following described real prop-
ierty, to wlL
i All that part or lot numnor nino (9)
Boys Arrested For Theft Wng soutn or tne center or tno uoasi
iiooert Kiser, iticnara NtcKum ana . 1fJ .. f , . f w,.
Harry Fandrem were taken Into cus- ametto Meridian containing twenty
tody by the local police Saturday on acres more or less In Lane County,
the charge of stealing hides and sell- Oregon together with tho tenements,
ing them. The hides were alleged h1eredUnme,nt. "L ."pnpnur
l (haroitnin hainniinp in nnv wlan n TV
,U6U"1 jipertainlng and tho proceeds of sale
ve appneu as louows;
First: The expenses or said sale
BANKING YOUR MOMEY 18 ONLY OOOD AR
ITHMETIC. CAFRY YOUR MONEY IN YOUR POCKET; YOU,
SPEND IT; YOU SUBTRACT FROM WHAT YOU
PUT YOUR MONEY IN OUR BANK; YOU SAVE
IT; YOU ADD TO WHAT YOU HAVE.
THE CAREFUL MAN ALWAYS "ADDS TO"
WHAT HE HAS.
BANK WITH US
We Please Our Customers
Everybody likes a certain amount of applauBO and
appreciation shown them when they know they have
done a good thing. Vo arc always trying to niakb a
hit with the people in our community by having a now
frgsh stock of groceries, nnd by being abto to glvo
customers just what they want, and by making good
honest prices so that eVery quo who buyfroni lift will
go away satisfied. yVo can do no better, advertising
(ban, tp please our customers and get their confldeuco
and good will.
The Fifth Street Grocery
THOS. SIKES, Prop.
to have been stolen In
Springfield and were sold to Swarts
and Washburne and to Charles Hardt.
Booth Kelly Team Wins Easily
By a score of 43 to 8 the first Booth
Kelly team won a basketball game
played at the Eugene Y. M. C. A from
the Y. M. C. A. Intermediate team ou
Thursday evening Creed Brattaln
refereed. The line up of the winners'
was: Forwards; Wheeler and Bird;
Center, Perkins; and Guards, Calkin3;
Wyld and Pariier,
G. A. It. LADIES HOLD ELECTION
On Saturday afternoon the Ladles
of the Grand Army of the Republic
met in the W. Q. W. hall for their
regular meeting. During the business
REASONS FOR GIVING
THANKS POINTED OUT
(Continued from page one)
are for the whole world, blessings for
which every nation can glvo
1. The gift of God to man, namely
his own son. An angel appeared
and tbo plaintiff's costs, attorney's
(fees and disbursements of this suit.
Second: The payment or tne judg
ment of said plaintiff.
Third: The balance, if any thero be,
to bo disposed of as tho Court may
.NOW THEREFORE IN THE NAME
OF THE STATE OF OREGON and in
compliance with the execution and or
der of sale, I will on Saturday tho 16th
day of December ,1910 between the
hours of 9 o'clock A. MN and 4 o'clock
P. M. to wit! at the hour of 1 o'clock
P. M on said day, at tho south west
door of tho County Court houso In Eu-
igene, Lano county, uregon, oiror ror
sale in one parcel, for cash, subject to
redemption, all of tho right, tltlo, in
terest, claim and equity or tho defend
ants. Herbert T. Ransdell. Mittlo J.
Jtansdell, R. II. Brown and Jennie
iBrown, In and to said lands and prcm
,lses hereinbefore describod nnd every
J. C; PARKER,
Sheriff of Lane, County, Oregon
By D. A. Elkins, Deputy
Nov. 13, 20, 27, Dec 4, 11.
session tho following officers were el
ected: President, Mrs. Kathryne Hor- j unto Joseph the legal father of our
ton; senior vice-president, Airs. Mary,L.ora, ana
Green; Junior, vice-presldept, Mrs.
Jane Mont Joy ' treasurer, Mrs. Rosa
Montgomery r. .chaplin, Mrs. Anna
Huntley; conductor,. Mrs. Jennie Fry;
guard, Mrs. Feari "PeaJ Inman; mus
ician, Mrs. Myrtle I Egglman, Mrs. J.
C. Barhite of Eugene was a visitor
of the order.
said: "Thou shalt call his
name Jesus, for he shall save his peo
ple rrom their sins" Mat. 1:21. Un
less he was the son of God, it would
bo Impossible for him to act In the
capacity of savior. There are those
who admit him to be a son of God
by claiming that wo are all the sons
of God. A mighty smooth way of de-
' inylng the deity of Jesus Christ by
ENTERTAINS AT DINNER j piacng sinful man on tho same level
Mr. and Mrs, F. W Strubiu enter- with him. "Wo know however that
taincd at dinner Thursday evening the great claims of Jesus in the scrip
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fawver of Seat- turos havo been substantiated.. The
tie and Miss Sylvia Fawver, John j miracles performed by Christ, the
Wahjack and- Miss Edith Fawver of greatest of which is his resurrection
Engene, Mr. and Mrs.
Ho Castell of
PROF. GLASS ENTERTAINS
Professor C. B'. Glass of Eugene en
tertained' a group of young people from
Springfield at bis studio In Eugene
Saturday evening. Miss Ruth Scott
gavo a short recital of several piano
'selections: Profossor Glass sang sevor
al composition's of his own? Those
who onjdyed the 'affair wore Misses
Myrtle Copenhaver, Frances Barfletl,
Mrs. Ada B. Van Valzah, Messrs. Ran
dall and Paul Scott.
from the dead, prove to us that ho
was humanity and deity In one.
2. The divine institution, the church,
in tho world. it is an organized
effort on tho part of the people of
God in this dispensation. Tho church
was founded upon Jesus Christ, ho be
ing tho chief corner stone, At Cac
sarea Phllllpl, Simon Peter said,"Thou
art the Christ the son of the living
God," Mat'. 10: ley and Jesus said- "Up
pon that rock I will build my church.
Not uport Peter, as some would havo
ud believe, but ttp6n tho fundamental
Tact of the divinity alid dlety of Olir'lst,
HERBERT E. WALKER
?ff!c fn City Hall, Springfield, Ore
POBERT BURNS Lodge, No.
IS, A. M. F:, Anctlint and
Accepted Scottish Rite Uni
versal and Symbolic Free
Masons sieets first arid third
Friday evening In W. O. W.
halL Visiting brothors wel
T. B. Harris
P. A. Johnson
R. W. M,
H. SANDCATHE Proprietor
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