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TUB SPRINGFIELD NEWS
MONDAY DEC. 18, 1010,
Thi Springfiald News
J. C. DIMM, WALTER R. DIMM
Editors and Publishers
Published Every Monday and
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Coach Moore't Squad Maket Qood
Showing Against More Expert
CAMP CREEK Ruby Crabtrco
MARCOLA Audrey Lowis
THURSTON, Mrs. Walter Edmlston
WALTERVILLE, Mallna Momb
WEST SPRINGFIELD, Gladys Loo
DONNA Charles Heck
COB.URG Elsio Anderson
CEDAR FLAT Mrs. Anne Morse
Mrs. Clara Childs
Member of the Willamette Valley
MONDAY DEC. 18, 1910.
42 to 21 favoring the MethodlsU
was the score resulting from the ganio
Friday night between tho Springfield
high school and Methodist basketball
It was a swift game and much in
terest was shown in it becauso It
was the first game the high school
team has played this season, j Al
though the school team lost the game
it was a close score and they hope
to win the next game.
Tho game was called at eight o'
clock and the following lineup took
Methodist Springflold H.
Qrattain g Gossler
Pcngra g D. Hill
It. Dlram c Machen
W. Dinim f L. Hill
Fiegies f C Chase
Several substitutes were made.
Those who substituted h high
Bchool team were: J. Dlnitu, irriaru;
Cotton, forward; McKeel, Guard.
Pollard substituted for the Metho
dists as forward tho second half.
this proceeding may bo served upon
tho undorslgnod residing wlthlu tho
Stato of Oregon, at tho address hero
FRANK A. DEPUK.
Attornoy for Plaintiff
Address cor. 6th and I streets Spring
Baptists Hear Earnest Sermon.
Aftor nn nhsouco of from con too
utlvo Sundays Pastor Ferris occu
pied tits ' uplplt yesterday mornltvt
preaching n most onrnost sermon on
"Mans relation to God nnd his fellow
man." or "Truo Religion." A splen
did nudiencu listened with expressions
of hearty approval. In tho uveti
ing both. Pastor, and Rev. A. U. Wadit-
worth of Pnsndona California epoko
m- cai k lhnce So.u,h t0 .,u" South line of .Township llftoon (16) South of Rango
7 , T V uTl i sa,a secuon nna tnenco tnsi ,Ono (1) West of tho Wlllnmotto Mor-
sufTering with rheumatism which was I chains to tho place of beginning, con- ,an jn ,ne County, Oregon.
so severe mat no was unnmo to Detaining m ucres more or iua m iuuu k Now, therefore, in tho name of tho
in the store Saturday, and
A certain gentleman said one
time that 49 people are sports
for looks, 50 are sports by nec
essity and the hundredth person
is a sportsman for the love of
real sport. There were plenty
of the two former classes and
very few of the last type at the
basketball game Saturday night.
There was considerable rough
playing in the games which is
mainly due to the very small
floor. The referee and the um
pire had the situation well in
hand and were penalizing the
A certain element in the crowd
did not like the way things were
going and gave vent to their
feelings by abusing the players
and the officials. They appar
ently forgot that the officials
have been coming over fJrom
Eugene merely for the pleasure
of I the Springfield people, for
refereeing is not anything re
sembling a tea-party. If the
local people who were so loud
in their public condemnation
would have stopped to consider
that a referee is only human
and cannot be everywhere at
once and cannot see more than
fifty things at the same time,
they would probably have held
There is nothing to gain by
Blinging mud either on a basket
ball floor, or in anv other trame
of life, for the slinger usually Iummons for i publication in
i . . . . - ; runcbuuounc ur I w Lien
has more left on his hands than j , the clrcult Court of the state ot
Oregon, For Lane County
J. W. Machen, Plaintiff,
J. L. Brlggs, Mrs. J. L. Briggs and ail
persons unknown litany, having or
claiming any interest or estate in
and to the hereinafter described
real property Defendants.
To J. L. Briggs and Mrs. J. L. Briggs
and all persons unknown, if any, hav
ing or claiming an Interest or estate
iu auu lu me iicicuiaiici ucduiiucu
a I po.l ms.nAtv .1ia ahnva vtvimArl rlafAn.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
You are hereby notified
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ON
EXECUTION IN FORECLOSURE
Notice la hereby given that by vir
tue of an Execution and Ordor ot
Sale issued out of tho Circuit Court " , ' "w""-- "
of tho Stato ot Oregon for tho Coun : Coft8t Convention lutorosts for Ilap
ty ot Lnno on tho 7th day of Decern- list young people nnd gathera sub
bor, 1916, In a buU whoroln tho Plain-1 scrlptlons for tho PucMa Uaptlat
tiff, Chns. A. Logan and Unttlo 0. 1 1,apor donR bo, ,1108l duncoBsfully
Logan, recovered Judgmont against i... ,,,,., ,
tho Defendants Thomas G. Cain nnd 1,19 niewago was dollghtfully Insplr
Olive Cain (sometimes known as 01- ntlonal.
Ho Cain) his wlfo for tho sum of I
Five Hundred Eleven and 66-100 ' NOTICE OF SHERIFF'8 8ALE ON
(J511.G5) Dollars with Interest there-1, EXECUTION IN FORECLOSURE
on from, tho 27th day of November Notice la hereby given Hint by vlr
1016, at tho rato of 6 per cent per t0 t an Kxocutlon nnd ordor ot
annum nnd One Hundred nnd no-100,,snlo Issued out ot tho Circuit Court
(1100.00) Dollars attorney's fees, and
tho further sum of $26.46 costs,
which judgment was enrolled and
docketed In tho Clerk's olllco ot said
Court In said County on tho 27th day
of November 191C. and said Execu
tion to me directed commanding mo
ot tho Stato ot Oregon for tho Coun
ty of Lano on tho 8th day of Dec
ember, 1916, In a suit wherein tho
Plaintiff llroynian Leather Co., a cor
poration, recovered Judgment against
the defendant Martin Mlllor for tho
sum or Nino Hundred Twenty six
In tho name of the Stato of Oregon nmi Rfi.inn if5r. SRi rtniinr with in
In order to satisfy Bald Judgment. ' terest thereon from tho Sth day ot
attorney's fees, costs, and accruing ( December 1916, at the rato of 6 per
costs to sell tho following described ccnt pcr annum and attornoy fees In
real property to-wtL All that part of llCiUdod In abovo amount, and tho fur
tho Southeast quarter of tho Southeast thor sum of ?16.40 coats, which Judg
quarter or Soctlon twenty six (26) In vment was enrolled and dockotod In
Township eighteen 118) South of tno Clork's olllco of said Court In
Rango ono (1) East of tho 1,1,1 county on tho 8th Day of Dec
Willamette Meridian, lying south Umber. 1916. and said Execution to
of the center of Fall Creek; mo directed commanding mo In tho
more particularly descrlbod as bo-: lwmo 0f tno gmto of Oregon in ordor
ginning at tho southeast corner of .,to satisfy said Judgmont, attorney's
Springfield Buslneas Man Selling Out. v'orth 0 Section line to the center ,, Viinw n- .in.nHhn,! . nmnnnv
Owing to Ill-health, C. E. Sales, pro-1 of said Creek, thence Westerly down tn.wit:
prletor ot the Toggery, is advertising center of said creek to a point 20, Tho West hnlf ot the Southwost
n ..I. of hie -.!- m, of chains West of said Section lino, inuartor of Soction fourteen (141 in
h wuav w uwT
prices or below.
ARE YOU GOING TO LEAVE A WIFE AND BABY
HELPLESS SHOULD YOU DIE?
DIE EVERY MAN MUST. IT IS HIS DUTY TO
HAVE MONEY PILED UP IN THE BANK TO MAKE
SURE THAT HIS FAMILY WILL NOT BE IN WANT
WHEN HE IS TAKEN AWAY FROM THEM.
YOUR BEST LIFE INSURANCE IS MONEY. IN
THE BANK; BECAUSE A GOOD SOLID .BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITY MAY COME TO YOU WHILE YOU
BANK WITH US
he is ' County, Oregon. state of Oregon, nnd In compliance
.ow, uiuruiure, m me uume m muu wi. Bn ,i Execution, and Ordor of
lust able to hobbln amnnil thl mnrr. f ";-"" - Wiin sniu rxecuiion, nnu uruor 01
yiBi ame to nonoie arouna this mora-; stat0 of Oregon, and in compliance, sale. I will on Saturday tho 20th day
Ing. Robert Van Valrah Is assist-1 with said Execution, and Order of of jRmmry, 1917, nl tho hour of one
Mr, sales stated , saie, 1 win on aaiuruuv uio uiu ujj o'clock p. m. on said Day at tho
l- I.I. Of January. 1917. at the hour Of Ono Rnnhwi. ilnnr nf Hi Co'intv Pnnrt.
Plans would be as yet. but that hef mA f rnZSrr?.:00 l!BJ"V.?rCBi,"'...0fc.r. f-r
tt.t , ,,. ,i,i n , . iBuiu, ami huh lur cimu, uuujuui in ru-
nau to leave tills climate. house at Euceno. Oregon, offer for .i,m n .. ,i,i tm n.i i.
,'sale. and sell for cash, subject to re- tore8l of tno Defendant Martin Mil
I demptlon all tho right, title and In- icr In nn(1 t0 tho nbovo jcacrlbod real
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT, j terest of tho Defendants Thomas 0.
nutiuk is HKKKuy uiven that 1 uam anu uuvo uain, iBomoumcs .tamer c. iAKKrt.
faauio M. i'erKins, executrix or the I known as uuie uamj nis wue, cugone 1 Sheriff of Lano County, Oregon.
ot Minnie Kahler, deceased, has filed
In the .County Court of the Stato of
Oregon for Lane County her final ac
count ot the proceedings as executrix,
and said Court has fixed and appoint
ed Saturday the 13th day ot January
1917. at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M.
as the day and time for hearing ob
jections to said final account and the
settlement thereof. All persons are
hereby notified that all objections to
said final account must bo In writing
and filed with the Clerk of said Court
on or before said day and time.
Sadie M. Perkins, Executrix of the
Last will and Testament and es
tate of Minnie Kahler, deceased.
Frank A. Depue, Attorney for estate.
Dec. 11, 18, 25; Jan. 1, 8.
could possibly hit the target.
Let us remember in the future
that we do not hurt the fellow
we "bawl out" half so much as
we hurt our own reputation.
1 Danger Signal
If the fire bell should ring would you
run and stop It or go and help to put
Out the fire? It is much the same
way with a cough. A cough is
danger signal as much as a fire bell.
You should no more try to suppress
it than to stop a fire bell when it is 1 F0';
tlon and Birdell Carter. In and to tho
above described real property.
JAMES C. PARKER,
Sheriff of Lane County, Oregon.
By D. A. Elklns, Deputy.
Dec 18, 25; Jan. 1, 8. 15.
By D. A. Elklns, Deputy.
Dec. 18. 25; Jan. 1, 8, 16.
ringing, but should cure the disease ! tlficate of Deiinqency numbered 1211
that causes the coughing. This can issued on the 7th day of October 1913
nearly always be done by taking Cham-, by the Tax Collector of tho County of
belaln's Conch Remedy. Manv have ' Lanc btate 01 Oregon, for tno amount
used it with .the most beneficial results
i r a. . i . 1 . .
j Ul fU.UU, uio buiuu ueuig mu UUlUUIll
than due anil tlellnnuent for taxes
It is especially valuable for the per- for the year 1912 together with penal
Blstent cough that so often follows , ty, interest and costs thereon upon
a bad cold or an attack of the grip, j tne real property assessed to you,
. . . . . . i of which you are the owner as appears
Mrs. Thomas Beeching, Andrews Ind.. , of record; 8,tuated in said County and
writes: "During the winter my huj- : state, and particularly bounded pnd
band takes cold easily and coughs and j described as follows, to-wit:
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
CALL FOR WARRANTS
Notice is hereby given that Inter
est ceases December 22, 1916, on all
warrants herein specified issued by
the Town of Springfield: Street Im
provement warrants up to and in
cluding number 7166; General Fund
-warrants up lo and including num
ber 6780; special warrants numbers
S916. 6142 and 6734. Warrants will
bo redeemed by the treasurer at tho
office of tho Springfield News.
WALTER R. DIMM,
-Doc. 18, 21, 25, 28.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of tho Interior, U.
Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon.
December 15, 1916,
NOTICE is hereby given that Cecelia
"A. Fish, of Vida, Oregon, who, on July
35, 1910, made Homestead Entry.Scr
ial, No. 06458, for tho NW of SE'i,
E of SW'i and Lot 4 of. Section
SO, Township 16S, Rango 2E, Willa
mette Meridian, has filed notice of
Intention to mako Final Flvo-year
Froof, to establish claim to tho land
abovo described, before I. P. Hewitt,
U, S. Commissioner, at his office, at
Eugene, Oregon, on- tho 24th day of
Claimant names as witnesses
.Hen MInnoy, of Vida, Oregon.
Matt Rickman, of Vida, Oregon.
George T. Mason, of Eugeno, Oregon
Robert O. Bhepard, of Eugeno, Ore
eon, W. H. CANON, Register.
Pec. 18,21,25,28;Jia,n. 1,4,8,11,15,18,21
Lots eleven (11) and twelve (12)
In block three (3) of tho Valley View
addition to the Town of Springfield,
Lane County, Oregon.
You are further notified that said
J. W. Machen has paid taxes on said
premises for prior or subsequent years
with the rate of Intorest on said
amounts as follows:
For 1913, paid March 16, 1914, re
ceipt No. 9058, amount $4.55 at 10.
For 1914, paid March 22, 1915, receipts
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION IN
FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIEN
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, For Lane County
H. L. Studley, Plaintiff,
Clara E. Luse, John Doe Luso, Emma
Nei, John Doe Nel, Leta Livingston,
John Doe Livingston, Stanford Pre
ble, Jane Doe Preble, and City of Eu
gene, a municipal corporation, and
all persons unknown, If any, having
or claiming an Interest or estate in
and to the hereinafter described
real property Defendaats.
To Clara E. Luso, John Doe Luse,
Emma Nei., John Doe Nel, Lefa Liv
ingston, John Doe Livingston, Stanford
Preble. Jane Doe Preble, nnd to all
persons unknown, if any, having or
claiming an interest or estate in and
to the hereinafer described real pro
perty, the above named defendants.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATU Of
OREGON: You are hereby notified
that H. L. Studley tho holder of Cer
tificate of Delinquency numbered lzos
issued on the 7th day of October 1913
by the Tax Collector of the County of
Lane, State of Oregon, for tho amount
of $32.7S, the same being tho amount
then due and delinquent for taxes for
the year 1912 together with penalty,
Interest and costs thereon upon tho
real property assessed to you, of which
you are tho owner as appears ot re
cord, situated in said County and
State, and particularly bounded and
described as follows, to-wit:
Lots number ono nnd two (1 4 2)
in block number two (2) in Falrmount,
now a part of tho city of Eugeno, Lano
county, Stato of Oregon
You are further notified that said
II. L. Studley has 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 $30.00
taxes for the year of 1913.
On March 31, 1915, tho sum of $25.89
taxes for the year of 1914.
On April 5, 1916, tho sum of $26.55
taxes for tho year of 1915.
All of said amounts bear interest
from date of payment at tho rato of
15 per annum.
Said defendants as the owner of the
legal title of tho abovo described pro-
For Sale, Rent, Wanted, Eto.
FARM LOANS At the lowest rato
and on tho easiest terms to be had.
J. C. Holbrook, Springfield.
FOR .RENT: Good growing business
proposition on easy terms. Call at tho
Home Restaurant for particulars.
No. 4624 and 4625, amount $3.44 at
K refeNo5: 24.61 j ch
Said J. it. Briggs and Mrs,
perty as the same appears of record,
i i . .1
I named are hereby further notified that
T T H. L. Studley will apply to tho Circuit
Briggs as the owners of the legal tltlo
of the above described property as
the same appears of record, and each
Court of tho County and Stato afore
said for a decree foreclosing the lien
against the property abovo described,
hereby further notified that J. 1 ' .... . . . ' th n . nui,ii.
W. Machen will apply to tho ! I","1? HJ,?,.r?yl L "f.iP" i.
1., -.,,. - -.,,..,, ,i .., ' vuviiru u n i m ....... n vjav.ii.ij. . vj vj.
VJlltUlV vjUUII UL L1IU Luuui; UUU 11 1 u
, ,,, ,,! . i, ',,, . and mentioned In said certificate,
of the other persons above named nrei". i,.i, ,, .,. ,
m. .. Jv. ....., .i.. t i you are hereby summoned to a
aforesaid for a decree foreclosing tho
Hen against the property abovo des
cribed, and mentioned in said certifi
cate. And you are hereby summoned
to appear within sixty days after tho
first publication of this summons ex
clusive of the day of said first publi
cation,, and defend this action or pay
the amount duo as abovo shown togeth
er with costs and accrued interest and
In case of your failure to do so, a de
cree will be rendered foreclosing the
lion of said taxes and costs against
the land and premises abovo named.
This (summonn Is published by order
of tho Honorable G, F. Sklpworth
Judge of tho Circuit Court of tho Stato
ot Oregon for tho County of Lane and
said order was made and dated this
18th day ot Docombor 1916 and tho
dato ot the first publication of this
summons Is tho 18th day of Docembor
All procoia and papers in
the day of said first publication, and
defend this actlcn or pay tho amount
duo aa above shown together with
costs and accrued Interest and in
case of your failure to do so, a decrco
will bo rendered foreclosing tho lien
of said taxes and costs against tho
land and premises abovo named.
This summons is published by ordor
of tho Honorable O. F. Sklpworth
Judge of the Circuit Court of tho Stato
of Oregon for the County of Lano and
said order was mado and dated this
17th day of November 1916 and the
dato of first publication of this sum
mons )b tho 20th day of November 1916
All process and papers In this pro
ceeding may bo served upon tho un
dersigned residing within tho State
ot Oregon, at tho address boiaaftor
L. M. TRAVIS
Attorney for Plaintiff
Address Eugene, Oregon,
TUB BAPTIST LADIES' AID will hold
a bazaar and silver tea on Wednesday,
December 13, In the room next Swarts
& Washburno's market
FOR INFORMATION regarding homo
stead entries in Central Oregon,
writo enclosing stamped envelope to
A. O. King or D. D. Tusslng, Broth
horn pure bred O. A. C. strain, six
months old, $1.00 each. Call ot 710
FOR SaLE Practically now Oliver
Typewriter numbor 5. Machino is
equipped with tabulator and back
spacer. It is In good running ordor.
Call at tho News office and have It
O. R. Gullion, M. D.
Practice Limited tl
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Graduate Nurse Attending -306,
White Temple, Eugene.
ROBERT BURNS Lodgo, No.
78, A. M. F Anclunt and
Accopted Scottish Rite Uni
versal and Symbolic Free
Masons moots first and third
Friday evening In W. O. W.
halL Visiting brothers wol-
T. B. Harris
P. A. Johnson
R. W. M.
H. SANDGATHE Proprietor
Repairing a Specialty
Main, bet fourth and Fifth. Phono 11
SPRINGFIELD - OREGON
Made to Measure Suits
Lemley Suit House
D. W. ROOF, JEWELER
SPRINGFIELD, - ORESON
FINH WATCH REPAIRING
Good, Fresh Groceries
What wo sell In our store wo know lu good. We
took care to get that kind. Wo know what tho people
In this community want In tho grocery lino and wo buy
for them In such a way that we always keep our stock
fresh. Then we make It a special point of keeping
everything clean and free from contact with other
goods. Come In and inspect our goods and prices.
The Fifth Street Grocery
THOS. SIKES, Prop.
We are authorized under tho Federal Reserve
Law to act as'an Executor, Administrator, Guardian
This is a now service our ofllcers will be glad to
discuss with you.
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The Springfield News