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MONDAY, PRO. 25, 1916
TIIE SPRINGFIELD NKWS
The Spring! Niws
J. C. DIMM, WALTER R. DIM'm
Editors and Publishers
not respect tho property
Published Every Monday and .richts of others. If tho boys do
- Thursday lnot have flowers and shrubs at
, RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION ;homo B0Uld n0t ta tll0f
i .... SI CO belondiiK to others. There is
come along somo night and des- iW. hour of 10 o'clock A. M.
, , , , , a tho ilny and time for hearing ob
troy a wholp year's work In a joetiona to Mid Dual account and tho
fnu mfnutftR sottlomont thoreof. All persons aro
ivv iiiuiuiw. horoby notified that all objocttona to
, Severe measures should bo t flBBl .CCouat must bo in writing
rlnn.lt out to the ncrsons Who i nd Mod with tho Clork or aalil Court
on or before BAtd tiny and tlmo.
Advertising rates furnished on appli
CAMP CREEK Uuby Crab t re
MAR CO LA
Mrs. Clara Chtlds
Mrs. Anne Morse
7G no place on this continent whero
60 it is easier to grow beautiful
vegitation than right hero in
Springfield. There is no ex
cuse for those who want flowers
not having them. A little work
is all that is necessary to have
beautiful yards and lawns.
Mamker of the Willamette Valley
MONDAY, DEC. 25, 1916
Snillo M. Porkius, Executrix of tho
Last Will and Tostamont and es
tate of Minnie Kahior, doceasod,
Frank A. Dopuo, Attorney for estate.
Dec 11, 18, 25; Jan. 1, S.
Tho days aro cold that once were hot,
Tho nights aro long that once were
And the old Year's slowly dying,
Tho world Is better, I don't think,
Nor do tho stars that ahlao and blink,
Unless they all aro lying.
The frenzied. Nations all see red,
Untold millions mourn their dead,
And hatred holds her sway.
How long, oh Lord tho fratricides,
Despoiled homes and weeping Brides;
How long tho fatal day.
And now again Is ChristmaB time,
.Springfield, has found little
use for a jail or a police judge
this year. So far only ten cases
have been tried before local po
lice Judge Walker and only three ' p xl,ledu ftnd
..." , ... I As In the years of old.
oi tnese cases were ueait mm Thoy teU ug of the glor,oug Klng
through the town lockup. It !n rapturous words His pralso sing,
seems that the criminal tenden- Yet millions hearts aro cold,
cies in this town are nearly at
nil so far as the police are con-,The King knelt on tho battlefield
And praying unto his Lord,
cerned. J Yet bangInB by lta scabbard there
Theie is one kind of lawless-1 w)is that same murdering sword.
ness that the police have been ! He said the fight was not his fight.
ainie, wun an nn
CALL FOR WARRANT8
Notlco la horoby glron that Inter
est ceases Decembor 22, lDlu, on alt
warrants horoln apoclftod issuod by
tho Town of Springftold', Street Im
provement wnrrnnta up to and In
cluding number 7160; Oonornl Fund
warranta up to and Including num
ber C7S0; special warrants numbers
61C, 6142 and 6734. Warrants will
bo redeemed by tho treasurer at tho
office of tho Springfield Nowa.
"WALTER R. DIMM,
Dec 18. 21, 25, 18.
unable to cope with effectively
destroying property. It seems
that certain youngsters make it
their business to take tilings
from other people's yards that
do not belong to them. The
last reported case was that of
some boys raiding a holly bush
at the corner of Fifth and B
streets. The owners of this
property had spent quite a lot
of time and considerable money
to make their lawn and flower
.beds look nice during the grow
ing season. They, like many
other families believed that it
was not necessary to build a
fence around their yard in or
der to have their rights respec
ted. Springfield is sadly in need of
properties that are well taken
care of with shrubs, flowers
and lawns. There are some fam-'
ilies in the town that take pride
in keeping their properties look
ing nice. They should not have
, uuu buiu luuix uub ijiuu uuu appuiui-
risk of having a band of boys ed Saturday the 13th day of January
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of tho Interior, U.
Land Office at Roaeburg, Oregon.
December 16, 1916.
NOTICE la hereby given that Cecolla
A. Fish, of Vida, Oregon, who, on July
25, 19io. made Homestead Eatry.Sdr
laL No. 06458, for the NW'H of SEU,
EH of SWVi and Lot 4 or. Section
80, Township 16S, Range 2E, Willa
mette Meridian, has filed notice of
intention to mako Final Fito-yoar
Proof, to oatabllsh- claim to the land
above described, before I. P. Hewitt,
Ul S; Commissioner, at his offlco. at
Eugene. Oregon, on tho 24th day of
Claimant names as witnesses:
Bon Mlnney, of Vida, .Oregon.
Matt Riekman. of Vida. Oregon.
George T. Mason, of Eugeno, Oregon
Robert C. Shepard, of Eugeno, Ore
W. H. CANON. Reglstor.
Doc. lS.21.25.28;Jaa. 1,4.8,11,16.18.22.
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION IN
FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIEN
In the Circuit Court of tha State of
Oregon, For Lane County
It. L. Studloy, Plaintiff,
Clara E. Luso, John Doo Luso, Kmma
Not, John Doo Net. I.ofa LtvlugHton,
John Doo Livingston, Stanford Pro
mo, Jano Doo Preblo, and City of Kit
Reno, u luuntclpal corporation, nud
all persons unknown, If nny, having
or claiming an interest or ostnto in
and to tho hereinafter described
real property Defendants.
To Clara H. Luso, John Doo Luso,
Emma Nol John Doo Nel, Lor a Liv
ingston, John Doo Livingston, Stanford
Preblo. Jano Doo Problo, and to all
persons unknown, If any, having or
claiming ait Intorost or estnto in anil
to tho horolnafor described real pro
perty, tho above named defendants.
IN THE NAME OF TIIE STATE OF
QREQON: You aro horoby notified
that'll. L. Studloy tho holder of Cor-
tlflcato of Delinquency numbered 1208
Issued on tha 7th day of October 1913
by tho Tax Collector of tho County of
vuano. stato of Oregon, for tho amount
ot 332.78, tho samo being tho amount
then duo and dollnquont for taxos for
tho yoar 1912 together with penalty,
intorost and costs thoreon upon tho
real property assessed to you, of which
you are tho owner aa appears of re
cord, situated in said County and
Stato, and particularly bounded and
doacribed as follows, to-wlt:
Lots number ono and two (1 & 2)
in block numbor two (2) In Falrmount,
now a part of tho city of Eugono, Lano
county, stato or Oregon
You aro further notified that said
H. L. Studloy has paid taxes on said
promises for prior or subsequent years
with the rato ot intorost on said
amounts as follows:
On March 21, 1914, tho sum of S30.00
taxes for the year of 1113.
On March 31, 1916, tha sum of $tt.W
taxos for tho yoar of 1914.
On April 5, 1916, tho sum of $26.55
taxos for tho year of 1915.
All or said amounts boar Intorost
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ON ! 1froiuto J ymont at tho rnto of
Fxrr.iiTinN iu rnnrri nsnne 15fr per annum.
I Said defendants as tho owner of tho
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.mine 10 tiuiuujr ieu mm ur vir- , t ,ii ... n..i
tue of an Execution and order of , L"hJ" "J " IT
Sale issuod out of the Circuit Court J'f. ."S.fff'l-i rS?rd
And these are Christian Nations,
Who claim to love the .Christ,
Who claim to love the Lord,
Yet keep not Jot or title.
Of His most glorious word.
Whose God Is but ambition,
Whose Bible Is the sword.
Christmas time already here.
Should bring tidings, ot good cheer.
Should bring happiness and mirth
To His people here on earth.
But the hearts are filled with grief.
More are filled with unbelief.
How long oh Lord, withhold thy hand,
How long shall war engulf the land
And rage upon the Main.
In mercy stretch thy mighty hand
And stay the carnage in the Land
In honor of thy Name.
C. A. MCDONALD,
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Sadlo M. Perkins, executrix of the
Last Will and testament and estate
of Minnie Kahler, deceased, has filed
In the County Court of. the State ot
Oregon for Lane County her final ac
count of the proceedings as executrix,
We wish you all a
Springfield Feed Co.
of the Stato of Oregon for the Coun
ty of Lane on the 8th dny of Dec
embor, 1916, In a suit wherein tho
Plaintiff Breyman Leather Co., a cor
poration, recovered Judgment against
the defendant Martin Miller for tho
sum of Nino Hundred Twenty Six
and 86-100 ($926.86) Dollars with In
terest thereon from the 8th day ot
December 1916, at the rato of 6 per
cent per annum and attorney fcoa in
eluded In above amount, and tho fur-
Lther sum of $15.40 costs, which Judg
ment was enrolled and docketed In
tho Clerk's office of said Court In
said County on tho 8th Day of Dec
omber. 1910, and said Execution to
mo directed commanding mo in tho
name' of the State ot Oregon in order
tOj ..satisfy said Judgmont, attorney's
Tees, .costs, and accruing costs to sell
tho following described real proporty
The West half of the Southwest
quarter of Section fourteen (14), In
,Township fifteen (15) South of Range
One (1) West of tho Willamette Mer-
Jdlan in Lane County, Oregon
Now, therefore. In the namo of the
State of Oregon, and in compliance,
with said Execution, and Order of
Sale, I will on Saturday tho 20th day
of January, 1917, at tho hour of ono
o'clock p. m. on said Day at tho
Southwest door of tho County Court
house at Eugeno, Oregon, offer for
sale, and sell for cash, subject to ro
demptlon all the right, title and In
terest ot the Defendant Martin Mil
ler In and to tho abovo described real
JAMES C. PARKER,
, Sheriff of Lane County, Oregon,
By D. A. Elklns, Deputy.
Dec. 18, 25; Jan. 1, 8, 15.
The subscription prices of
most standard magazines will
be raised after the first of the
year. Your should be placed
before December 28. I make
rates that will meet all competition.
WALTER R. DIMM
Springfield News Office
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ON
EXECUTION IN FORECLOSURE
Notice is hereby given that by vlr
tue of an Execution and Order of
Sale issued out of tho Circuit Court
of the State of Oregon for tho Coun
ty of Lane on the 7th day of Decern'
bcr, 1916, In a suit wherein tho Plain
tiff, Chas. A. Logan and Hattie C.
Logan, . recovered Judgment ngalnst
the Defendants Thomas G. Cain and
! Olive Cain (sometimes known as 01-
lle Cain) his wife for tho sum of
Five Hundred Eleven and 65-100
($511.65) Dollars with Interest there
on from tho 27th day of November
1916, at tho rate ot 6 per cent por
annum and Ono Hundred and. no-100
($100.00) Dollars attorney's fees, and
tho further sum of $26.46 costs,
which Judgment was enrolled and
docketed in the Clerk's office of said
Court in said bounty on tho 27th day
ot November 1916, and said Execu
tion to me directed commanding mo
in the namo of the Stato of Oregon
In order to satisfy said Judgmont,
attorney's fees, costs, and accruing
costs to sell the following described
real .property to-wit. All that part of
the Southeast quarter of the Southeast
quarter of Section twenty six (26) in
Township eighteen (18) South of
Range one (1) East of the
Willamette Meridian, lying south
ot tho center of Fall Creek;
more particularly described as be
ginning at the southeast corner of
said Section and running thenco
North on Section line to the center
i of said Creek, .thence Westerly down
center of said creek to a point 20
chains West of said Section lino;
thenco South to tho South lino of
1 said Section and thence East 20
I chains to the place ot beginning, con
taining 25 acrtn more or less in Lano
i Now, therefore, in the namo ot tho
Stato of Oregon, and In compliance,
with said Execution, and Ordor of
Sale, I will on Saturday the 20th 'day
of January, 1917, at the hour of ono
o'clock p. m. on said Day at tho
Southwest door of tho County Court
house at Eugene, Oregon, offer for
sale, and sell for cash, subject to re
demption all tho right, title and In
terest of tho Defendants Thomas O.
Cain and Olivo Cain, (sometimes
known as OUIe Cain) his wife, Eugeno
Loan and Savings Bank, a corpora
tion und Blrdcll Carter,, in and to tho
ubovo described real property.
JAMES 0. PARKER,
Fhorlff of Lano Couiity, Oregon.
By D. A. Elklns, Doputy,
and each of tho othor persons abovo
nam6d aro hereby further notlflod that
H. L. Studloy will apply to tho Circuit
Court of tho County and Stato aforo-
sald for a decreo foreclosing tho Hen
against tho proporty abovo described,
and mentioned In said cortlflcato. And
you aro hereby summoned to appear
within sixty tlayB aftor tho first DUbll
cation of this summons exclusive of
tho day of said first publication, and
defend this action or pay tho amount
duo as abovo shown togothor with
costs and accrued Intorost and Iri
caso of your failure to do co, a docroo
will bo rondercd foreclosing tho Hon
ot said taxes and costs against tho
land and promises abovo named.
This summons Is published by order
of tho Honorablo G. F. Skloworth
Judge of tho Circuit Court of tho Stato
of. Oregon for tho County of Lane and
said ordor was made and dated thla
17th day of Novombor 1916 and the
dato of first publication of this sum
mons Is tho 20th day of Novombor 1916
AH process and papers In this pro
ceeding may bo served npon tho un
dersigned residing within tho State
of Oregon, at the address hereafter
L. M. TRAVIS
Attorney for Plaintiff
Address Eugone, Oregon.
DR. N. W. EMERY
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Your Christmas Table
Load your Christmas tablo with frcsh,puro,hoalth
ful , high quality groceries from our etoro, and you
and your friends will sit down to as raro a feast as
Epicures can possibly provide. Although tho quality
of our groceries is tho highest, our prices aro Uio low
est tho heBt can bo Bold for. Give us your grocory
business, and you will givo us all your business. De
causo you will And our groceries good.
The Fifth Street Grocery
THOS. SIKES, Prop.
Wo are authorized under tho Federal Rcsorvo
Law to act as an Executor, Administrator, Guardian
This Is a now Borvico our ofllcors will bo glad to
discuss with you.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, EUGENE, OREGON.
A DIRECTORY OF MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MEN WHO WANT YOUR
BUSINESS AND WILL GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES
The House of Quality
Wo wish our patrons
A Merry Christmas
and A Happy Prosperpus New Year
EGGIMANN'S CANDY KITCHEN phone 51
For light, heat and power.
"Made in Springfield."
Oregon Power Co.
I HAVE RETURNED
to Springfield with a good, up-to-date stock of
liand-mado humeoa and accessories, and am
ready to eorvo my old customers again tind
wolcome novr onw. Shoe repairing done
better for less money. This h my speelalty.
All 1 ask la a trial.
GEO. SETTLE, FIFTH STREET
Botweon Main and A, next door to Sikos
"THE FARMER'S FRIEND"
Buggies, Wagons, HaokB Harness, Saddles,
Horses and Catt!0 for sale
I buy and sell all kinds of junk
Phono 29 South 2 and A Streets
The Booth Kelly Lumber Co.
4 foot Slab .Wood. $2.00
per Cord at the Mill
Springfield Flour Milk
BAKORE Hard Wheat Patent
Try mo, Got acquainted. You will like mo. Beat
Taluo for your money of any flour Iq Springfield.
You know I am woll liked by all bread Makers.
Wo glvo you moro for your money Jn flour aad fead
of all kinds tLan any other place, ,tn towa.
Dec. 18, 25; Jan, 1, 8, 15,