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THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
THURSDAY, PICO. 7, 1910.
-ACTIVITIES OF OTHER
COMMUNITIES TOLD .
iCoburg.. December 1. Mr. and Mrs.
IV M Anderson and daughter, Miss
EIbIo.. motored to Eugene Friday.
Ray Losoy motored to Eugene Sal
'A large crowd attended tho danco
Clven here Friday evening.
E. JR. Payne transacted business In
Walter Dniry motored to Eugene
Miss Foster, domestic science teach.
er of the Coburg High school, returned
Thursday from' Eugeno, whoro sh
bks been spending tho week's vaca
Col Johnson has moved Into lha Hot
Aotoso on Wlllamotto street.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Klncart returned
Jrom their ranch to-day.
Mr. Bishop, of AVendllng was hero
over Thanksgiving Tisltlng with his
1L M. Anderson motored to Eugene
Sir. and. Mrs. Clyde Sidwell and dau.
jgMers, Louiso-and Agnes, motored to
Boy Pirtle was In Eugcno last week
Mr. and Mrs. Hcaly were In Eugene
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tyler and
-Clarence and Charles Anderson mo
tored to Eugene Wednesday. .
. Clarence Anderson and Cecil Frum
were In Eugene Friday.
N. J. Nelson transacted business
in town to-day.
THIS YEAR'S COUNTY
LEVY TO BE 18.75 MILLS
-County Court Estimates $562,500 Will
Have to Be Secured
The county court estimates that it
will be necessary this year to raise
by taxation $5C2,500, which will require
a levy of 1S.75 mills on the estimated
valuation of $30,000,000. By the time
-of the budget meeting, which has been
set for Saturday, December 23, at 10
o'clock, the- report of tho state tax com.
mission as to the actual valuation of
the public utilities of the county will
have been received, and also the coun
ty's apportionment of the state tax.
Both of these ltoms have been estimat
ed by the court in preparing the bud
get, and both are subject to slight
Tho budget as prepared, goes into
-detail as to the proposed distribution
of the expenditures planned for next
year. The general fund, which is
the largest single item in the budget,
las been segregated as follows:
.Advertising $ 2,500.00
Care of poor
'County court .
County fairs .
Coroner ... ;
County clerk ..
County agriculturist . '.
Fruit Inspector ..1
Juvlnile . . .....
-Justice court .
(Roads and bridges
"School superintendent .
'Sealer weights and measures
Emergency and slaughtered
'"Total : 1290,820.00
A committee of forty authorized by
the taxpayera.last year, has been con
suiting with the county court in the
-preparation of the entire budget, and
this committee will continue its in
"Vestlgatlons for the next three weeks,
and make final recommendations at
the budget meeting the last of the
'Cox and Cox Purchase Delivery Auto.
Acting upon the principle of spar
ing no expense to make their business
' the best of its kind in the valloy, the
Cox and Cox department store has
"Added a delivery automobile to its
equipment. The car. Which is a
IJFord, was purchased from the Spring
Oeld Garage yesterday.
(Philharmonic Society To Reorganize,
The Philharmonic society of tho
University of Oregon and qf Eugene,
ot which Mrs. Daleo Beckett Middle
ton of this city ia president, will pro
feably bo completely reorganized la
the near future, It Is said. 'Practice
tr "The- Clilffles oi .'Normandy" Lao,
Twen suspended until, after the holl-
Relief Needftd at Home Mora Than In
War Stricken Nations, H Writes.
v. , '
' O"nly'-n"row hours before hU death
' from' tuberculosis- a' man In Arlroti?
wroto a letter to a California editor
from which tho following IgnllUnU
extracts aro quoted:
"Anything that will encourngo and
help tho Anti-Tuberculosis Society In
Its fight against Tuberculosis Is of
great Importance to any community
and the' fact that uearly all of tho
monoy collected from the sale of thoso
little Hcd Cross Seals Is spent In the
community whoro tho stamps aro sold
should make It doubly Interesting to
"It ts not In Belgium or tho Far East
alono that relief Is badly needed, but
right hero at home In our beloved
America. ..Hero In tho state of Arizona
thousands of dollars are needed overy
year to carry on this relief work. In
tho ltttlo town of P , not over 1,000
miles away from our doorstop, you can
soo somo pitiful cases, cases whoro tha
fathor of iwo or threo littlo children
lies day after day In poorly furnished
quarters, perhaps amid unsanitary sur
roundtngs, waiting for his health and
strength to return, while the wife and
mother works and strives to make
things more comfortable for the af
flicted one. In many of tho cases tht
income, has been entirely cut off for
soma time and the family merely exist
on what little the wife can earn by
washing and sewing and on what tho
charitable societies are able to give
"And there is not the slightest doubt
that such conditions are duplicated
right at home and everywhere. Ask
those who have in chargePthe spending
of this money if there is likely to bo
enough to relieve one-half of tho suf
fering from tuberculosis among the
poor. The answer will be, not one-half
or even one-quarter enough (o provide
tho actual necessities.
"So when your readers.ara wrapping
their Christmas packages let them
place a few of these little red stamps
on each package and think of the help
they are giving these poor ones. Let
them think what Christmas, must be
like for the little ones in these homes
and then think what Christmas may be
like next year if the parent through
proper care and thought has been re
stored to health again.1'
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Rents Hop Ranch.
E. E. Morrison has rented the Yar.
nail place near Spores siding on tho
Mohawk from Hugh Sandgatho. Tho
farm contains 163 acres about 25 of
which are planted to hops, Mr. Mor
rison will take care of the bop crop
and will grow about 70 acres of po
tatoes next year.
Clay Parker of this city who waa
operated on at the Mercy hospital la
Bugen Tuesday, passed a good night
last algtt, and was reported to be
doing very nicer this morning.
ODD FELLOWS ENTERTAIN
LocaW Men .Host For Walteryllle And
- Coburg L'odger Last Evening.
"A rousing good meeting1' was en
Joyed by local OddTollows anil a largo
number of guests" from'1 Waltervlllo
and Coburg lodged, and by several
other visiting members from vnrlous
places, In tho 1. 0. O. F. hall hero
lasl evening. Tho Sprlngflold degree
team put on tho second degreo work,
Ray Mulligan and R, N. drinin be
ing tho candidates.
A number of very good, talks woro
enjoyed, among which was ono from
Noblo Grand PYod Hussell of Walter
vllle. M. C. Brossldr of this city, gavo
nn Interesting address on "Odd Fol-
lowshlp," and other local and visiting
members- opoko along kindred llnei.
After tho business session, an ox -
-"v'inary good luncheon was oorvod
by tho Progressive 22, tho degree staff
of the locnl Robokas. Platos wero
laid for 55.
United Artisans Elect New Offlcerr.
William F. Cofcr was made Master
Artisan at tho election held at tho Unl
ted Artisan mooting last evening. The
other now officers are as follows:
Superintendent, Lavlnln Kestor; In
spector, Jennie Reed; Secretary, Mary
Male; Treasurer, Ida Larison; Senior
conductor, Orlo Nottleton; Master of
Ceremonies, Ada Manwarrlng; Junior
conductor, Yirgle TownBend.
Girl Is Sent to Industrial School.
TClstn Tlnhnrfa npn,1 1ft vmm. yiiw
arrested in West Springfield .yesterday
morning, charged with shopplitttm;
and after the evidence ngalnst her was
heard, she was committed to tho girls'
training school at Salem and ,taken to
that institution yesterndy afternoon.
The Roberts girl was complained of
by Eugene merchants.
Sunday school at 11 A. M. Reverend
D. L. Parker will speak In tho oven-
Ing at 7:30 Col. Mercer will give an
address. Col. Mercer will be accom
panied by his singers among -whom is
Mr. Rust who formerly sang for D. L.
Moody. Mr. Rust was associated with
Moody and Sankey for several years.
This is a treat which no one should
Under the supervision of W. J. Hill,
holiday window trim is being put
In at tho Racket store.
For Sale, Rent, Wanted, Etc.
WANTED Good gentle milk cow to
milk for her feed for the next 3
or 4 months. m Phone 13P13, Spring-
Held. J. W. NEET.;
FOR SALE Rubber tlrpd buggy, In
first class shape, cheap. Phono
115 J or write box 191.
LOST. Auto filler fountain pen, elth-
. or at Me.thodist church or on. 6th
street between C and A. or between
6th and 8th on A. Leave at News
FOR SALE, Good milk cow, also Steel
Range. Call 138-w.
FARM LOANS At the lowest rate
and on the easiest terms to be bad.
J. C. Holbrook, Springfield.
FOR SALE at a bargain. 11 acres of
land In cultivation on Main McKcn-
zie road H mile from Thurston. store
Must bo sold as owner is going
eaat.Address Mrs. Cornelia E. George
Corner of 8th and B Sts., Springfield,
THE BAPTIST LADIES' AID will hold
ba,zaar and silver tea on Wednesday,
December 13, in the room next Swarts
& Washburne's market
FOR INFORMATION regarding home
stead entries in Central Oregon,
write enclosing stamped envelopejlo
A. O. King or D. D. Tusslng, Broth
COCKERALS FOR SALE: White Leg
born pure bred O. A. C. strain, six
months old, $1.00 each. Call at 710
rOR SALE Practically now Oliver
Typewriter number 5. Machine is
equipped with tabulator and back
spacer. It is in good running order.
Call at the News offlco and have it
FOUND: Small key on wire.'Owner
may havo samo by calling at the
News offlco and paying for this ad.
OR SALE Nlae aero farm ono fourth
mile east of Creswell. River bottom
land all ia cultrration. Has four
acres of jueanberrlea, one and seven
Gtefitha agree in red raspberries in1
fearing InfetalAgled wtth four year
old apple treesv Has "house, bam,
and jBOdra chicken ad uses wjtb
PW' 4B . pstkh, can tw Had at a
H.jSWrata ASl. care of Thai
In tho. Circuit Court, of the'SUte'.of
Oregon, for Lane County,
D. 11. 1'lorco & Unrnoy,
Tho Unknown Holm at
Law of David Arthur and 1
Mary J. Arthur; Ducoascd; BUMMONf
and Also All Other Tor-
sons and l'nrtles unknown
claiming any right, title
estate, lien or Interest hi
the real estate described In
tho Complaint: Defendants
To tho Unknown 1 loirs at Law of
David Arthur and Mary J. Arthur, do
ceased, and All other Porsons and Par
ties unknown, claiming any right, title,
cstnto, lien or Interest in thu real pro
perty described In tho complaint and
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON: Vou are hereby re
oulred tn ntinonr mill nimwnr ihn mm.
0f December, 1910; and If you fall so
; to answer, for want thereof, plaintiffs
i.uini nt...i .... I ... 4 ...... I.. ,1... I
wl inK0 uecroo against you as prayed
for In said complaint, viz,
That their title bo forever qulotod
to tho following described lands, In
Lano County, Oregon towlt: Begin
ning at tho Intersection of tho West
lino of tho David Arthur and Wife
donation land claim In Tp, IS South
rng. 2 West of Wll. Mor. with tho
South lino of tho railroad right of way
of tho Southern Pacific Company, be
ing 1C chains South from tho NW. cor
ner of said claim, and run South
23.93 chs., East 33.60 chs North 20.26
chs. to tho South lino of said railroad
Ight of way and thence Westerly along
said lino to tho place of bcglnnlng;nnd
that you bo forever barred from claim
ing nny right, tltlo, interest or estate
In or to tho same.
This summons is served br Dupl
ication thereof onco each week for nix
successive weoks In tho Springfield
j jf" g JSS&
14th. 1910. and tho first nubllcntlon
thoreof was made on tho 16th day of
A. E. WHEELER
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
Nor. 16, 23, 30; Dec 7. 14, 21. .
Dr. ADALINE KEENEY FERRIS
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon
Offlco, Baptist Parsonage
Corner Second and C Streets i
HOURS: TO 12. PHONE 40 i
HERBERT E. WALKER
9fflc fa City Hall. Sprlnaflsld, Or
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FOR 21 YEARS SISTER UIDRETIA
In tho Roman Catholic Sisterhood, 18 years of which
was BorvcO In St. Vincent's Hospital, Portland, will
0 deliver two lectures In
Tuesday Evening, Dec. 1 2
"The Grip of Paganism" .
explaining tho Convent Systom, Everybody welcome. ,
Wednesday Afternoon, Dec. 13
2 o'clock, RIIbs Schoffen will deliver her popular loc
turc to Women Only, dealing with the confessional.
No girls under tho ago of 10 admitted to this lecture.
Admission to each lecture 25 cents.
Beef Boils 10 and 12H cents pound.
flood Steaks 12 cents pound.
Pork 1G cents pound.
Sausago 15 cents pound, 2 pounds 2G cents.
Veal 12, and 1G cents pound.
PEOPLE'S MARKET Chas. Hardt, Prop.