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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1917)
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS.
The Springfield News report was that all expenses ap-
peared under one general head
4. C. DIMM, WALTER R. DIMMS0 it was impossible to clearly
Editors and Publishors dtstinquish between adniinlstra
i 1 tlve costs and the cxponses in-
Published Every Monday and curred in running a bankrupt's
Thursday ! business.
SPRINGFIELD AS SEEN BY A
RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION
One Year $1.60
Six Months -?6
Three months . .60
Advertising rates furnished on appH-j
cation. i fairly good apparatus for school work
i The next visits woro to tho Ico-
'Contlnued trom ruga 1.)
1 plant, planing mill, and another luni-
Mrs. Clara Chllds
Member of the Willamette Valley
Mrs. Anne Morse
THURSDAY, JAN. 18, 1917
Ruby Crabtreo bcr mill. Ho then inspected the high
Audrey Lewis school building and grounds. Tho
building scorned to bo very old and
Insufficient to meet tho needs of
town llko this; but probably the people
had felt that they could not afford u
new building at present, slnco tint
nving of several streets must havo
been quite expensive. At any rate, ; Peterson, Mrs,
half of the first story had been re- Murgarvt Powers, Mrs. Edith Larlmor.
floored; and tho high school grounds Mm. Rena Laxton. and the hostess,
were certainly beautiful. There wera Mrs. gadlo Nehtou.
MRS. SADIE NELSON
HOSTESS FOR CLUB
Tho Pine Noodle club was very plea
santly entertained at tho homo of Mrs.
Sadlo Nelson on Fourth streot Tues
day afternoon. As usual, tho mom-
bora busted themselves with tholr
needlework, after which tho hostess
served light refreshments of Julio pud
ding, cako, and punch. Tho club will
meet with Mrs. A. D. Ruddlmnn at ho.'
home at 641 Adams street In Eugono
In two weeks. Thoso enjoying Mr.
Nolson'a hospitality woro: Mrs. Knth
erlne Morton, Mrs. Minnie Gernrd.Mrs.
Nelllo Ragan, Mrs. Ellon Thomson,
Miss Mary Roberts Mrs. May Rich
mond, Mrs. Vlrgle Townsend, Mrs.
Emily Dorlty, Mrs. Nina McPhorson,
Mrs. Edith Taft, Mrs. Cora Hlnson,
Mrs. Berntce Van Valzah, Mrs. DclU
Hattio Castcol, Mrs.
several large maple trees, a few small
ro8e an(1 jjjac hushes, and upon closo
CORRECTING ABUSES IN examination tho stranger found the ro
BANKRUPTCY PRACTICE (mains of some flower gardens.
. i When the eXDlorer first started to
To Work For Robb't ReUntlon.
At a meeting of tho Pomona ffraugo
agricultural couucll and a special com
mittee from tho agricultural bureau
of the Chamber Of Commerce hold la
Rev. N. W. Forrls, minister. Illulo
school nt 10:00 n, m. Lesson topic
"First Dlsclplos of Jesus." Scripture
Johnvl:36-61, Mrs. J. Fitzgerald su
porlntondont. Dlvlno worship at 11:00
a. m. Thcmo of sonuon "Tho Sin of
Moral Bllndnoss." Sonfbr and Junior
mootlngs nt 6:30 p. m. Evening service
of song find sermon 7:30 p, in, sub
Joct, "Tho call of Qod to. Christian
Young Pooplo," Music by chonu
choir. All aro cordially Invited to
Chris II. Jensen, pastor. Surinam
by tho pastor for next Sunday uh fol
lows: 11 a.m. "In tho Llkonvss of
Christ." 7:30 p. m. "Propnrdnoss."
Wo always ondoavor to mako our
ovonlng services especially InteroHtliiK
helpful nnd ovangollatlc. Special mu
sic will procodo.the sermon. Christian
Endeavor meets at C:30. You aro nl
vlted to attend all those services.
To Held A League 8oclal.
Thero will bo on Epworth Lcnguo
social and business mooting nt tho
Methodist church Friday ovonlng, bj-
ginning at 7:30 o'clock. The enter-
tnlnuient promises to bo good, for it
Is In tho hands of tho following com
mittee members: Miss Grace Walk
er, Miss Luclllo Smith, Norman Byrne,
and Lowls arandy, An efficiency con
test lg to run for auroral months, is
to be Inaugurated at this time.. Oth
Important matters aro to coma up.
A cordial wolcomo la extended to tho
An nttamnt ia holnf mnilfl hv
. . . , f, x i r1 the nialn part of town his at-
me ueiJariuidii ui juaic iu tui- tentlon was held by tho sIeht of th . -,,.. VrIHnv ,, ., ,,,,,
fCt the abuses concerning ban- framework, roof, and part of the wall ed to center all efforts on retolnln
..kmptCy CflSCB, and it is predict-, of an' old dwelling. It was Just off n. S. Robb as county agriculturist
ed by officials that decided lilt- th0 Bch001 Grounds and detracted a j next year. A meeting Is to be heU
provement will be shown in the ' ? de,al 'T.ff T!w Th T'"3 w,,h ,hc county court ae5tl Tnwiay
- -Za nt nHmlnterPrinir the that led Mrt th ? ?'aC- f "ornOflfl, when Mr. Robb'a rcteutlo.l
nse of administering the entlrel. dlffrent nature ba nnr M wlii Lo ,lronjsIy urged. M thlB M,ct.
bankruptcy lawSi had ever seen. He was not used iO lng R. D. Hetzel nnd P. V. Marls, of
New rfc6rt forms have been 'walking on them and whilo gazing at the Agricultural college, will be pro- J ersL0t in' and 11, block 1. Illhrnat
"nrenared and through their use th0 old structure had tne mtsrortiuH , sent, as woll as tho agricultural coim-ie(lt.g n,,nton t0 Creswoll. $10.
congress, can De more expucmy . ThQ prospectlve buslncSs raan speI1t j n,ttee an,i interested citizens.
advised as to what changes are next week ln tne hospitai. Here j -
needed in the present laws to he had an opportunity to learn more i Hold C. E. Social Tonight.
and abnormal about this city. Not only did he The Christian Endeavor society of
find that tho city had well equipped . the Christian church wilt give a social
Real Estate Transfers
Oharlos M. Kissinger to P. C. With-
and well managed hospital, but that evening tonight at tho homo of Mr.
the workmen in the mill wore Insured and Mrs. Delbcrt Bucknuni on Tenth
against serious loss from accidents and A streets,
by the state workmen's compensation asked to bring
act. jfovorlto cookies
I Mr. Immaculate could never bo Idle, Committee.
so while his arm was mending he
spent hiB time in becoming acquaint
ed with the city officials and other
business men. He told them of the
little town where he had formerly llv
One of the most important
items to be watched is that of
fees paid to referees in bank
ruptcy as "special master."
Some of the federal judges have
adopted the practice of allowing
fees as special master in addi
tion to ordinary commissions
and fees. This runs un the
iees in many cases to something ' el and of the methods used in keeping
like double proportions. In " c,ea- Thf 8trcf Jher? werf
, . ... - cleaned every day, and a day ln each
tact, "the sky is the limit m week was get a8,de as a generai clean.
such cases, as one official of 1 up day,
the department expressed it. j The stranger soon purchased a block
The special master abuse is on wh,ch the dilapidated "Nlchol's
ii i j. Heal Estate" building stood. As
one of the things the department soon as he wa able he tear down
of justice is striving to correct. the 0ld building; cleared the lot of
It holds to an interpretation Of all the rubbish; and built a neat build-
the law that does not allow the ing in which to carry on his business.
accumulation of extra costs un- In the 8Prln5 when everything was
... . , becoming fresh and bright, and when
der the guise of allowances as eyeryone fe,t that he Jugt had to Jo
a special master. Another con- something, it was arranged to set
Struction is possible, it seems, aside a week for the special purposo
which permits the special mas- of improving the beauty of the town,
ter to flourish. Not,ces- were Pstcd telling everyone
Ti , . , ... ... to prepare for the general improve-
It is from such things as this ment week MMt of (he men were
that flow the magnificent Incom- bU8y at work ln tho m,. but tner0
fes of referees in many of the were plenty of Idlers on tho street
judicial districts, the report Of corners who were capable of doing all
the attorney general showing ot tno work tuat waB planned.
that numerous referees draw D"rinB the flrst tw0 day8t of,tho
week everyone was urged to clean
more than a senator or congress- up tno prem,BeB on wnlch he llved
man, more than the salary of au of the rubbish in tho store win
the judges who appoint them, dows, yards, alleys, on tho school
nnrl in snnifi ppkps af? much as grounds, and streets was gathered up
the justices of the supreme court
of the United States.
Under the new report fornn
of the referees, which are to
be made immediately upon the . "JJJJj eyQM hlraself wUh that Ps"
conclusion Of each bankruptcy j dnday and Thursday were paint
case to the clerk Of the court, 'days. When ono person began t
there is embraced an analysis paint his house and woodshed hw
Of the total fees and expenses. neighbor felt that his own premises
Answers are required to the fol-1 wouW look very dull without soma
.... 1 paint so that it was almost necessary
lowing questions. ( fQJ. hlm t0 folow tno exampl0 Tnero
1 Amounts paid to referee on . waa 8Uch a demand for paInt that tin
account Of fees of every nature, ' paint dealers found It convenient t?
excluding filing fees paid by the make reductions In tho price of that
clerk of the court: (a) commis-' artIcl- By th0 evening of the fourth
uay umiugi every uuwuing in town
, had received a coat of paint, even
I Mia' latplvvhullt lll.tln enw ham nn
Friday and Saurday were spent la
doing more Interesting work. Everv (
one wished to beautify his homo with i
shrubs, trcCB, nnd flowers. Trees '
we0 set out along many ot the streets
and a flower bod was mado ln almost
ovory yard. The high school students
weeded the old flower gardens and
planted mora flowers and rose bushed.
Everyone felt that tho week had
been well spent; and after that, thanks
to Mr. Immaculato's suggestions, the
peoplo cleaned their yards and the
rubbish was hauled away every week
Whenever strangers camo to town they
1 were always impresged by tho beauty
of tho placo and the pride which tho
citizens took In making tholr city
Tho boys aro each
ten cents worth of
Real Estate Transfer.
Sadie M. Perkins et vlr to R. E. Brab
ham et ux Lots 13 and 14, block ''j,
S. I. & P.Tjo's addition to Springfield,
George W. Perkins et ux"to J. t
Bryan et ux 290.C5 acres in townshlo
18 gouth, range 4 west, $10.
"Would you say that marriage Is a
"Not exactly; It's moro llko a busi
"In what way?"
"Well, you can't blame the bnsluess
for the failures that get Into It." De
troit Frco Press. .
Mrs. .Muggins Don't you ever try to
tare any money? Mr. MuKsln-8ure.
I save $1 today. Borrowed struck me
for $5. and I only let him have $1.
It Was PosilbU.
Edith You haven't seen my engage
ment ring, have you? Marie 1 don't
kuow. Who is the inon? Boston Transcript
and piled. Wagons were sent t't
gather up all trash and it was hauled
. away and burned. If. an ldlo person
was seen he was soon asked, "got
your yard cleaned up?" and ho lin-
tnid of STAAWiMa7iu.Twtiw mnwoa Agexjr Txt but ToaActoji
fvi ratio alu op I IntArs exactly tmiJ Ink too I I w-a is men 1
'IM. A LITTLE CHEW) KIND Or TOBACCOr I'MTtRCOL TOBACCO. L
Of CUT SATISFIES I'M WANTIMO. r-i OfMOIMARrl irVOUTAKCL.
AHOWSTS.WirMLESSI' ii;ir ' TOBACCO. P A LAR6C CHlwl
WHEN you gentlemen get together at your
lodge meetings, somebody is pretty sure to
start the little pouch of W-B CUT up the line
for his brothers. It's conducive to brotherly feeling.
There is gratitude for the rich tobacco that makes a
Utile nibble go so far and for the touch of salt that brings
out the tobacco satisfaction without so much jaw work.
lUit lr WEYMAN-BRUTON COMPANY, 50 Uoioa Squue, New York City
sions and 25-cent fees for filing
claims; (b) .fees as special mas
ter, h any; (c) other fees, if
2 Amount paid to referee on
account of expenses, as follows
.(a) for printing and advertising;
(b) for traveling expenses; t) j
for ofilce, clerical other ex
penses, 4. 7: Amount paid to receiver
(or marshal) and trustee on ac
count ofcommlssions, excludlug
filing feo of $5.
4 Amount paid to attorneys
on account of fees.
5 All other expenses of ad-
Saturday, January 20, 1917
OLD OPERA HOUSE
Two Big Games First Teams Only
Christians vs. Baptists
Methodists vs. Booth-Kellys
Only three more times to see the race for theccham
pionship. Your team needs your support.
- A K.alBBBBBVa BBBBBBBBBiBm III
fluDREVCARNEGlE 5ID?THnMAN WHO DOES NOT WD
CANNOT AVE MONEV CAN NOT AN D WILL NOT JX
ANYTHING ELSE WORTH WHILE. THE BEST WAY
TO ACCUMULATE MONEY IS To RESOLUTELY 5fWE
AND BANK A flXED PORTION OT YoUR INCOME, NO
MATTER HOW SMALL THE AMOUNT!'? , Q
AS A POOR SCOTCH BOY, ANDREW CARNEGIE
CAME TO AMERICA. WOULD HE HAVE BECOME
ONE OF THE WORLD'S RICHEST MEN IF HE HAD
SPENT HIS "FIRST" EARNINGS?
HE BANKED AND SAVED HIS MONEY AND BE
CAME RICH AND POWERFUL, THEN HE COULD
AFFORD TO BE GENEROUS.
BANK YOUR MONEY,
BANK WITH US
Why We Adve tise
' 1 '
Wo put this advertisement in tho paper so you
would see 1L We have a flno stock of groceries,
fruits, and canned goods in our storo so you can sco
them. We will bo pleased to show them to you,
whether you buy or not. Wo have confidence In our
goods and wo know wo have the price right. If you
see this ad and see our goods you will lay In a good
supply of groceries, and other things because you
will And our ads arc always true.
The Fifth Street Grocery
THOS. SIKES, Prop.
Wo aro authorized under tho Federal Rfcsorvo
Law to act as an Executor, Administrator, Guardian
Tills is a new service our officers will be glad to
dlscusB with you.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, EUCENE, OREGON.
What Will the New Year
More business for 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.
The Springfield News