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THURSDAY, JANUARY, 4. 101"
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
The SpringfiiM News
J. C. DIMM, WALTER R. DIMM
Editors and Publishers
Published Every Monday and
RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION
One Toar .... J1.50
Btx Months . . .75
Three months 60
Advertising ratos furnished on application.
CAMP CREEK Ruby Crabtreo
MAJICOLA Audrey Lowls
THURSTON, Mrs. Walter Edralston
DONNA Charles Heck
COOURQ Elsie Anderson
CEDAR FLAT Mrs. Anno Morso
Hit. Clara Chllds
Portland papers Illustrate tho wider
employment of display space by con-
corns whlch havo nothing to sell.
yet havo occasion to reach tho public
with a message. Ono was tho an-,
noUnccment of a bank which told Us
customers and others, through tho
advertising columns, that it had laid
In n stock of crisp now bills, fresh
from tho United Statos treasurer, and
tho other was an appeal by the
Union Pacific railway to shippers,
begging them to holp rollovo car
shortage by loading cars to tholr
highest capacity, and novor to con
sign lcs3 than a carload as a carload.
In neither caso was profit an Id
As tho result of studies which havo
bocn mndo nt tho Forest Products
Laboratory on methods of handling
wood chips Buitabto tor paper pulp,
It Is announced that Wisconsin pnpor
companies are now negotiating with
tho railroads for shipment to their
factories of experimental trntnloads
of chips of western woods nil up ted to
Previous Investigations by tho Korea
contivo to advertise, Tho bank Service havo demonstrated mat goon
wanted to do a service tho kind of grades of pnpor can bo inado from
service that croatos good will, a val-'n number of western woods. Tho ox
uablo asset in any business. Tho rail-1 Ports now estimate, that somo of theso
road hud an Important message, and woods, when cut Into chips and dried
Member of the Wlltametts Valley
desired prompt and wide response;
hence it employed tho most effective
and yet tho least oxponstve agency
available. It could havo stuck to the
old, cunibersomo, costlier mothod of
sending circulars. Doubtloss theso
would have brought results, but the
results would have been Blower and
Notice To Water Consumers,
Should it bocomo nocossary In enno
of emergency to shut off tho city
water, flvo short blasts of tho flro
whlBtlo, repeated onco, will bo given.
When service is restored to normal
ono short blnat will bo given. Wo
would ndvlso that you draw n supply
of water Immediately after tho flro
blasts nro given,
OREGON POWER CO.
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THURSDAtfVJANUARY, 4, 1917 rr "nailer in tao aggregate.
from commercialism: The public
welfare bureau, coming before tho
and bated, can bo delivered to tho
mills tn Wisconsin at a very small
advance over the cost of chips mado
from local timber. It a favorable
freight rato can be obtained, they say,
tho great quantity of pulpwood on tho
National Forests should prove to be a
constdorablo factor in supplying favor,
ably located papor mills with tho nec
essary raw material. In Wisconsin
alono, it is stated, thcrols an annual
market for over 300,000 cords of pulp-wood.
Uncle 6am's Farm.
If Uncle Sam Is no longer "rich
enough to give us all a farm," as tho
song, familiar in tho sixties, and born
probably of the homestoad law of
1SG2, hath it, he is not yet landless.
THE ELECTION RETURNS.
On another page of this Issue public for subscriptions, used diB-
... . .n 'play advertising space several days
the News publishes a complla-, ;uccc88ion M d&y publlshlnc m
tloh of the recent presidential new message. It was tho most of
Vote by States. Some of its ' 'ectivo way of arresting public at
i l j ' ntlon. .
significances are pointed out, Hug0 Mucn8torben5i tho
hare. President Wilson's popu-, distlnauished psychologist of Har-i
oiiroor jo thf larc-'vard- who died recenUy. wroto an . Secretary Lane counts somewhat mom
lar Ote Of ,llb,-Jo IS me larg psychology of ndvor.jthan 250.000,000 acres of public land,
est ever given to a candidate for jtlslng ln whlch he pod out the, and thnt mostly In "the arid region'
the office The total vote this value of an announcement, presented waiting for irrigation. A slzablo tract
, . briefly and with typographical at-'but what a mcro patch compared,
year has been greatly swelled by , tractlvenCM dtsUnctly separated j say, with a million-odd square miles
woman suffrage and shows clear from everything else on the page. , of 0,0 Louisiana Purchnso. reckoning
l fnrt h firsr HniP the immense and- 03 11 were ln an enclosure by, Oregon In it, as the Land Office al
ly for the first time tne immense way8 hag reckoned ..Dolng a
possibilities Of the woman vote. ls attracted, an,i jf ne js at aii n. J Offlce business" will soon bo an un
At the last presidential election terested he is enabled to concentrate ,' recognized fossil of speoch. In a
, u 1 .i0ffrfl:lil mind, for a brief period, on the!few years the land office will hnvc no
only six states had equal suffrage nresented or small business to do. In less than
in 1916, there were twice that, ConsIstenl advertisers have no necd!ten 'ears Ptily. no public land of
. . 1. ' mnapniipnrn will lip nvnllahlR for tho
number, one i OUrth Of tne U11-. ror Muensterberg's analysis. They
. ry mm oi,, know the results of applying hl3 theor
ion. Since 1912 the States , other fo,k who no merchandl8Q
Which, have added women to to sell, but still want to reach the
their'voters are Illinois, Kansas. Publlc b 010 m08t expedious and
, , economical route, are fast learning
uregun muuuum, ftiuumi, "" to buy and use display advertising
Nevada. I space. Portland Telegram,
The President's popular plu
rality is less than that received
by either Taft. Roosevelt, or Mc-
Kinley. but It Is the largest ever f"1"11' the m?T 01 e daI meat
Is begnintng to be an issue of some
received by a Democratic candi- imp0ftatitf fa ltyniiy rrfiintenanw.
date. GroVer Cleveland's in what Prices have mounted and are mount
.. . ., , j j Ing to an inconvenient level, and the
was then called tne "lanasuae butcher.8 bllI ,8 absordIng
year of 1892, was 380,810. No a share of the average dally Income.
o,n,iofa O;fhor T?onnhll- Germany is Just now undertaking
can, Whig or Democrat, until Thero ls t0 be no raeat consumed in
McKinley's time received any- the empire for eight weeks; this with
, , ... a view to the conservation of exist-
thing like Wilson's plurality ex- lng supplle6 and a8 an economy against
cept Grant, who in the year when excessive prices.
the Democratic Party was wre- , w4hlIe thre J n ,raDe auth-
lty to command a like public absten
Cked with Greeley, 1872, receiv- 8ion in America, tho rising prices
ed 762,991. In fact, until the ve Imposed a limited meat diet
, , -n s i on Uiousands of American families
advent of Bryan as a Presiden- as a matter of economIe neCessity.
tial candidate got the country i The United States government Is
in the habit of casting enormous U8t now investigating charges madjj
majorities against him, the. elec- price8 are controlled by the packers,
toral pluralities seldom ranged Here In this granary of the world,
inn nnn nnn nnn wttl1 our Srpat grazing areas and
over 100,000 or 200,000 for any- aBrlcuUura, lndU8try( meat Jor tha
body. Cleveland in 1888 had world might be produced. But pack-
98,017 plurality over Harrison; ' ers tel1 us tnat the annual 8"PPes
,are decreasing in the face of an In
In 1884 he had 62,683 over Baine creased demand.
War conditions have raised the prlc.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, U. 8.
'Innd Olllcu at Ilosoburg, Oregon,
Docembor 22, 1010.
NOTICE Is horoby given that Morti
mer Mungcr, ot Vldn, Oregon, who, on
August C, 1913, roado Homestead En
try. Serial, No. 0S073, for Lots 1, 2,
3 and SWU of NHU of, Soctlon 0,
Township 178, Range 313., Wlltnmotto
Meridian, has tiled notloe of Intention
to mnko Final Three-year Proof, to es
tablish claim to tho land nbovo des
cribed, botoro I. P. Howltt, U. 8. Com
missioner, at his oflloo, at Eugono,
Oregon on tha C7th day ot January,
Claimant nanoa aa witnesooa:
Auldera Low, ot Ylda, Oregoa.
Mllo M. Thomson, ot Ylda, Oregon,
Jameif A. Realdea, of Vtda, Oregon.
Carey W. Thomson, of Vlda, Oregon.
W. H. CANON. Register.
Dec 26,23; Jan. 1,4,8.11,16,18,22.
While the dally bread still remains
within the reasonable reach ot tin
consequence will be available for tho
homesteader. There will be still
plenty of Western "desert," that mys
torious region since so shrunken, that
used to sprawl vaguely over the old
American atlases, and Mr. Lane is
sure that this can be tapped for water
In the last fiscal year more than
19,000,000 acres ot public land was
taken up. So tho homesteaders are
still active. It will be a good thing
for American farming when there is
no more publlc land. Scientific, in'
tensive cultivation, is what is most
needed. The Department of Agricult
ure is doing mighty good work hi
teaching the farmers that.
Real Estate Transfers.
Lillian Currier et vlr to W. L. Orr
Part of lot 3, C. Cole's first add. lo
a course of dieting by official order. ' Marcola $10.
E. B. Kepncr to Florence E. Wilbur
Part of blk. 7, Kelly's add. to Spring
Jefferson Howard to Charles M. Dor
lty Part of block 7, extended survey
of Springfield, $1.
in 1880 Garfield had 7,018 over!
Handcock; in 1870 Tilden had J STIS
250,935 over Hayes; in 1865 level of meat prices is duo to this
Grant had 305,456 over Sey-!0"86- But whether or not the pack-
One of the most significant
thingB in the returns Is the fall
ing off of the Socialist vote from
901,873 in 1912 to about 750,000
Bays the New York Times. For
many elections the Socialist vote
steadily, though slowly, increas
ed. A falling off was hardly
expected but a slower Increase
was loolced for.
NEW PHASES OF ADVERTISING.
Every few days the reader of a news
paper observes entirely new uses for
display advertising. Times was when
display advertisements were confined
to merchants and manufacturers who
had something to sell. ThU is true
today ot advertisements in weekly.
Irapers and magazines devoted to lit
erature of good, bad and Indifferent
Qualities, but with the daily press no
Buch limitation exists. For instance
churches use regularly the advertis
ing columns ot the "daily paper to an
nounce Sunday serricea ln precisely
he same manner that theatres us
XK9 jw l.teA t ftdvorUsijis fa-
advance, it is evident that American
farmers are not living up to their
possibilities In the production of llvj
stock, and that a lucrative field is
open to the producing Interests of
the country. Seattle Post Intelligencer.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, U.
Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon.
December 15, 1910.
NOTICE is hereby glvon that Cecelia
A. Fish, of Vida, Oregon, who, on July
25, 1910, mado Homestead Entry.Ser
ial. No. 06458, for the NW& of SBV4,
E, of SW'4 and Lot 4 of, Section
30, Township ICS, Range 2E, Willa
mette Meridian, has filed notice of
Intention to mnko Final Five-year
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, beforoI. P. Howltt,
U. S. Commissioner, at his office, at
Eugene, Oregon, on tho 24th day of
Claimant names as witnesses:
Ben MInnoy, of Vlda, Oregon.
Matt RIckman, ot Vlda, Oregon.
George T. Mason, of Eugene, Oregon
Robert C. Shopard, of Eugene, Ore
gon. W. H. CANON, Register.
Dec. 18,21,25,28; Jan. 1,4.8,11,15,18,22.
DO YOU KNOW THAT
Tho constitution of the United
States dosen't mention health 7 ,
Procrastination lu sanltary reform
ls tho thief of health?
Not everybody "can achieve great-'
ness but everybody can be clean?
If you sow a hygienic habit yoi
reap health and you attain longevity?
Railway cars coulS be sanitary If
it weren't for the people in them?
America's typhoTdfever bill is more
than $270,000,000 a year?
The full dinner pail is the enemy of
Real Estate Transfer.
A. J. D. Zumwftlt'ot ux to Jeannotte
Richardson Part of block 8, Kelly's
Addltloa t flKiigfleld, 31609.
1 In lifo l gu must
what linesv In limine 3 and Indni-
U) 111 ii.tllliui! uuu tcirnic.
Get out of the rut; ret on the Orion line. Rud
the most Intemtlngranrl iiMful matatlne, and
Uie biisietl money worm, livery uuuu
300 Pictures 300 Articles
oil for onlr 13 cent. All tho new Ideal nd
Invention! In electricity end wlreleu, In
automoiilles ana aeropune. in anoptrwa anu
In funulDg, aiid In ouichJnerr,
month, including- refrleeraton, poultry boiuee,
furniture, automobile Uon repair, etc
It; a fnUof money-realilnr, Up-utlnr Idea.
written la pUlu Eaablt for man aod awja,
15 Cenu a Copy 91.50 8 Yuur
Met It from n nendeler or writ direct tn
fopularScUnce Monthly, & Fourth Ave., N.Tt
CD TP T i tnr(i U r Mi u. w
n The Circuit Court of Tho State of
Oregon For Lane County.
. Ruth Sexton, Plaintiff
Arch V: Soxton, Defendant
I 10 rcn . aoxiun, me noovo nam
IN THE NAME OP THE STATE OF
! OREGON, you nro hereby required to
appear and answer tho complaint tiled
I against you ln tho above entitled suit
i within six weeks from tho date of tho
! H ret publication ot this summons, and
If you full to answer, for want thorcof,
plaintiff will tnko n decree against you
as praycu for m tiie complaint, to-wlt:
That tho mnrrlago contract now ex
isting botween you and tho plaintiff
I bo dissolved and for an order giving
J to tho plaintiff tho exclusive care and
custody ot tho two minor children
of said marrlago, to-wlt: Erma Sex
1 ton nnd Porn Sexton, and for such
other and further relief as to tho court
may soem equitable in tho premises,
and for her costs and disbursements
ln this suit.
This summons is published by order
of tho Hon. O. F. Sklpworth, Judgo
of tho above entitled court, which
said order was dated at Eugene, Ore
gon, on tho 26th day of December,
1916, commanding this summons to bo
published for six weeks in the Spring
Mold News, a nowspaper of general
circulation, published at 8prlngflold,
Lane .county. Oregon. The date of
tho first publication of this summons
Is the 28th day or December, 1916.
L. M. TRAVIS,
Attorney for plaintiff.
Dec, 28; Jan. 4,11,18,25; Feb, 1,8.
r aaTn I
HOW CAN A CAREFUL MAN ALLOW HIMSELF
TO DRIFT INTO DEBT? DEBT 13 AS DANCEROU8
AS A DISEASE. IT IS A DISEASE.
A FLY ON A PIECE OF FLY PAPER SOME
TIMES FREES HIMSELF WHEN HE IS ONLY ON
THE EDGE. BUT "DEBT" IS A MONSTER THAT
IS HARD TO GET FREE FROM.
.IT IS SO EASY TO "CHARGE IT." DON'T DO
IT; PUT A LITTLE MONEY IN THE BANK INSTEAD.
BANK WITH US
MA- iVf "
Leaves Portland Union Station
10 A.M. Daily
Famous Columbia River
The only Through-to-Chlcago train
iilectrically lighted, automatically
General Passenger Agent
IT IS EASY TO TALK
It Is Just aa easy for ono firm to "Talk" na It It
for another, but'when It comes to backing up our state
ment we are "thero with tho groceries." Wo intend
to Btay right here at tho old stand and continue to fur
nish our patrons with tho purest and freshest grocer
ies that can be bought and to glvo honest weight, hon
est menBuro, and honest prices for their honest mon
ey. Why not buy your groceries from us.
The Fifth Street Grocery
THOS. SIKES, Prop.
HERBERT E. WALKER
Offfco in City Hall, Springfield, ore
Mado to Measure Suits
Lemley Suit House
Phone 75 '
1 a I
DR. N. W. EMERY
8UTTON BLDI. . PHONK W-J
We are authorized under tho Federal Resorvo
Law to act as an Executor, Administrator, Guardian
This Is a new service our ofllcers will bo glad to
discuBs with you.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, EUGENE, OREGON.
What Will the New Year Bring?
More business fpr you if you
go after it right. And good
printing helps the "rightness"
very much. Try our kind of
printing in 1917 the kind
that represents you as you
should be represented. Costs
no more than it is worth.