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THE SPUINQPIELD NEWS
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Till Springfield News
J. C. DIMM.WALTER.R. DIMM
Editors and Publishers
Published Every Monday and
RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION
Otso Year .... ?160
Blx Months .... .76
Three months .60
Advertising rates furnished on application.
Every ono of ns could Btnnd
an increase of business without
Judge of (ho Circuit Court of the State
of tiiTRon for the County of Lano and
said order was tuado and dated this
18th day of Dccomber 1916 and the
t.tn (Vin fla nukllxallni. f ll.l-
hurting us much. Now there is summons Is tho 18th day of Docombor
just about ono thing left for us "i.
tu process ana papors in
this proceeding may bo sorved upon
tho undersigned residing within tho
Stato of Oregon, at tho addross horo-
FRANK A. DBPU13
Attornoy for Plaintiff
Address cor. 6th and I streets Spring
rAvrp rntTk" nuhv Crnhtroo
ilARCOLA Audrey Lewis campaign to build up the whol
THURSTON. Mrs. Walter Edmlston ' business of the town each bust-
' rre I r r idmi lil rvt nlin
DONNA Charles Heck "UU1U
i Af tit in IrkwrtnA
Mrs. Anno Morso
Mrs. Clara Chtlds
Member of the Willamette Valley
to do to get that increase in bus!
ness. Tho business men of this
town simply must get together
and pull together for moro busi
ness for Springfield. Make "Buy
in Springfield" heard all over
the county. Get tho goods top
sell and then get tho buyers to i
come to Springfield and see what notice of sale of real estate
linv nnn trnt fnr- tlinln ninnnv i Notice Is llOreby glVOIJ that tl0 UII-
If all of the business men would
-l A .1 1 1 -""- .V....
gei logcmur aim uuuvu a. guun estate:
Tho Donation Land Claim of
II. U. Powors Notf. 43S7 tn Sec
tion 6 Township 17 South
Range 3 West and Section 30
Township 17 South Rango 2
West of tho Wlllamotto Meri
dian, Lane County, Oregon,
containing 160.02 acreB
belonging to the James A. Ebbort es-
Elslo Anderson ' of this increase.
Now is the time for action be-
ifore spring business begins to
' come. This is the dny of coop
eration. It is time Springfield tato, on or bororo tho 16th day of
looked tills word up in the die- February 1916. And on or after said
'tlonary and followed Noah Web- dato the undersigned will sell said
,,,., x. ..ii.. . real estate tor tho best prlco offorcd,
ster s advice. No cooperation, t ,,in , , f- ,,, nnlJ rph ,,,,,'
Is subject to a land sale contract run
nlng to A. H. Hlnkson, J. J. Nlcollo and
S. P. Nbs, and tholr assigns, which
contract Is pending foreclosure suit In
the Circuit Court of Lane county, Ore
gon, and tho deed will bo made sub
ject to such contract and foreclosure
suit In tho event of sale. Tho un
dersigned reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids or proposals for
tho sale of said real estate.
MARGARET MORRIS, Ad
ministratrix with tho will an
nexed of 'the estate of James
A. Ebbcrt, deceased.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1917. nothing gained. Nothing risked
nothing won. Let's get busy.
J DEMOCRACY AND PEACE. I cOMlvclmONS.
For two years and a half most 1 A day or two ago the News
of Europe has been carrying on received an unsigned communi
- tnnnn nf f,A cation praising the school sys
a war of extermination of the tem Df Springfleld. It is not be
test blood and the best mannooa cause the epistle does not have
t)f ten races. More than fifteen Us good points and dfces not
millions of men have taken up deserve a place in our columns,
r, i ,r.rf nf o omico whtnh out the News will not publish
IU1UO Ali. OUMI-IWA - 1 A. A , ,
w ntl thnimht wns the cause UU " suojeci Feb. 6. 8. 1
o-- -- mat are sent into tms omce un-
of right Monarchs have mo- :sjg,led If the author of the let-1 IN THE circuit court of the
bilized and trained and sent mil- 'ter does not care to have his ( stat,ane c?u?v FOR
linn c nf thPlr loval aublects into identity made public the News --..
, - niargarei Atoms, amuin.
the trenches of siaugnter to car- - istratrix with tho win
, o enifici, -tirnr In thp intor- lance to express Uie opinions annexed of the estate of
ry on a selfish war In the inter- f j h f j Ebtwrt,. de-,
est or commerciausm aim uuu- m the open. ( ceaseu,
tarism. We will he glad to publish vs Plalntur-
During this two and one half communications at any time on 1 a. j. Hlnkson, J. j. Nic
i t subjects of interest to our rn.irl- ! olle. S. P Ness. w. L.
year periuu tuC w 1U , these let- nen,iam arrlet
United States have looked on to terg tQ our we wH, and lMarlon Jl 1,owe,,
ihiR horrihle destruction of men nr thn snm thna e - ' Defendants,'
a j'7.- r":r.-..r .",L To W. L. Ucnham. Defendant
ana Ol uauuus aim una mum- ""'b"cu i.uiiiuiuiiil-uuuiis IIIKl ix the MARIE OF THE STATE OF
tamed a neutral stanu. f or wnyapeeuuy iu uie waste-! Oregon: you nro horoby summoned
irvrn vonrs nnH n. half the sub- "aalvel- wJimons not oaCKeu Dy ' n requireu to appear anu answer
two years ana a nan tne huo character fc worth f i the complaint of plaintiff In tho above
marines' of the bloodthirsty na- pression J ! entitled suit on or before tho last day
Ih-nno lmvo hppn ilMMlatine and fof the tlmo prescribed In tho order
UUllO uu v v- -
Card of Appreciation.
I wish to announce that I havo sold
out, and thank tho people vory much
for their patronage All thoso know
tng thomsolvcs to bo Indebted to ine,
pliutBo call and Hattlo with mo or Mr.
Elliott. Ed Domplor.
endangering American lives and Defi?tment
NOTICE for publication.
for publication of this summons here
I Inn ft nM 1 . . I . . y-.
DeDartmpnt nf tha lnori. it o ",a"V. ot:u iu-wu; un or uo-
. - . . w i rnA Kiniii l i in 7 ntii l.
mmmeree on tne seas. Uur,Lina omce at Ro.iPbiir?. firwm I
jamnrv is 1017 Dy nouneu mat ir you rail so to ap-
government haS tried all meth- NOTICE is hereby given that Wal or answer, for want thereof the
Ods Of diplomacy known to have' ter J. Brown, of Vlda, Oregon; who. K,"? "lfl L JV1 ?n"
these grievances remedied and J - K? n
to no avail. or. aecuon 12. Townsh p 17S, Range i j, , " .
Now the last straw seems to gj 25 ffiow'TO
have been broken. The Presi- mutaUon S t0 s
dent of these United SUtes back ' o the land gjgjj, SS I if JSS&T,& S5 SlK
ed hy one hundred millions, of cTZZ
men and women as one voice "jo ay oi i-eoruary ,1917.
. , " , . -ti nnti'inv I Claimant names as witnesses:
uemana mat uie wuuoi
RIIlo Thompson, of Vlda Oreiron
Clyde A. Wendel, of Vlda Oregon
Alden Lowe, of Vlda, Oregon
Carey Thomson, of Vlda, Oregon
W. H. CANON. Register
Jan. 18,22,25,29; Feb. 1,5,8,12,15.
of Europe cease their submarine
warfare on neutral shipping. Our
President is ready to take meas-'
ures to protect the life and pro-
pertyof the citizens of the Unit- summons for publication in
If diplomacy nasi foreclosure of tax lien
in ins uircuu uourt or the state of
Oregon, For Lane County
J. W. Alachen, Plaintiff,
J. L. Briggs. Rlrs. J. L. Brlees and nil
failed "force will have to be re
How different has been the
attitude of the United States to
ward war than the attitude of
Europe. What is a human life
to a king? What is a man worth
to;aa. ambitious Emperor if he
cannot carry a gun. or man o
submarine? What is a man
worth to the President of a Re- j
public? His vote counts one
no matter whether he be rich
or poor. His opinion may be
expressed without repression.
The opinions of the man multi
plied by the opinions of millions
forms the public opinion of the
In Europe the life of a man,
his opinions, his ideals, his moral
worth count but little with a
jealous moarch. There the young
Must not ask the reason why:
.He shall never make reply.
His is but to do and die, with,
"Hoch der Kaiser!" or "God
save the King."
cent interest thereon from RIarch 31,
1915:S199.S0 taxes and interest at six
per cent from April 5,191C,and that thi
Court fix a time within which said
j sums of money and interest and costs
of tills suit be paid by tho last named
defendants, and that unless said pay
ment be made as decreed by tho Court
within the time decreed by the Court
that said last named defendants and
each of them, and each and every nor-
(son claiming any right, title or inter
est whatsovcr in and to the lands
covered by said contract by, through
for under them, be decreed to havo for
feited all right, title and interest there
in, and forever enjoined from assert
ing any interest or claim thereto, and
persons unknown if any. havlne or
claiming any interest or estate in I such other relief as may seem meet
ana 10 tne neremarter described anu equitable.
real, property Defendants. This summons Is served by publl-
To J. L. Briggs and Mrs. J. L. Briggs cation thereof in tho "Springfield
and all persons unknown, If any, hav-fNews" a newspaper or general clr-
Ing or claiming an interest or entato
in and to the hereinafter described
real property, the above named defendants.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
A LITTLE COOPERATION
Within a few days three busi
ness houses in Springfield have
closed their doors to the public
on account of closing out their
stocks or selling out to other
firms who will not continue the
business. On first thought some
.people might get tho idea that
Springfleld is going to pieces
financially. Perhaps it is. We
are in no position tp fortell the
.future of the community. But
there are several of ub still left
In the game of business here In
mis very community, wo aon't
,want to close out our stocks and
we don't wont to sell out at a
culation published in Lano County,
Oregon, under and by virtue of an
order of tho Honorable G. F. Skip
worth, Judge of the abovo entitled
Court. llnlfd .Tnnn.irv 2(1. 1917. illroot.
OREGON: You are hereby notified ing publication of said summons onco
that J. W. RIachen the holder of Cer-ltt week for six weeks, which order
tiflcate of Dellnqency numbered 1211 j requires you to appear and answer
issued on the 7th day of October 1913 the complaint on or be'fbro six weeks
by the Tax Collector of tho County of from date of the first publication of
Lane, State of Oregon, for the amount kthis summons.
of J5.0G, the same being the amount The date of the first publication
Leaves Portland Union Station
10 A.M. Dally
Famous Columbia River
The only Through-to-Chlcago train
electrically lighted, automatically
General Passenger Agent
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M ii m m
THE BEST WAY TO OWN A HOUSE OF YOUR
OWN IS TO HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO BUY A
THE BEST WAY TO HAVE ENOUGH MONEY
IS TO REGULARLY BANK A PART OF WHAT YOU
SAVING YOUR MONEY WILL ENCOURAGE
YOU; DEBT WILL DISCOURAGE YOU.
BANK WITH US
O. R.Gullion, M.D.
Practice Limited tl
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Graduate Nurse Attending
306, White Temple, Eugene.
H. SANDGATHE Proprietor
Repairing a Specialty
Main, bet Fourth and Fifth. Fhone 11
SPRINOFIELD - OREGON
ROBERT BURNS Lodgo, No.
78, A. M. F., Ancient and
Accepted Scottish Rlto Uni
versal and Symbolic Free
Masons meets first and third
Friday evening In W. O. W.
halL Visiting brothora wol-
P. A. Johnson
It W. M
ARE YOU HUNGRY
Eat at the
Bring Your Family
Best Quality Groceries
If you havo ncvor bought your groceries, candles
and fruits from us, come in now and get the beta
quality groceries. You will find that our best quali
ty, wholesome groceries will cost you no more limn
inferior goods sold by others. Buy our pure food
groceries and other goodies and you will make the
whole family happy and best of nil you can rest as
sured they can eat them and bo healthy.
The Fifth Street Grocery
THOS. SIKES, Prop.
We are authorized under tho Federal Reserve
Law to act as an Executor, Administrator, Guurdlan
This is a new.Bervlce our officers will be glad to,
diBcuss with you.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, EUGENE, OREGON.
SMITH & BRYSON
Attorneys for Plaintiff
29; Feb. B,12,19,26. Mch. 5,12.
for the year 1912 together with penal
ly, interest ana costs tnereon upon
the real property assessed to you,
of which you are the owner as appears
of record, situated In said County and
State, and particularly boundod and
described as follows, to-wit:
Lots eleven (11) and twelve U2)
In block three (3) of the Valley View J
addition to the Town of Springfleld, t
Lane County, Oregon.
You are further notified that said
J. W. Machen has paid taxes on Bald
premises for prior or subsequent years
with the rate of Interest on said
amounts as follows: I
rJ91?rPoaId March 16, 1914' re' FOR SALE: ono span throe year old
celpt No. 9058, amount f 4.55 at 10, (.,, oB. . M rwiBV
For 1914, paid March 22, 1915, receipts I C01lB' bee U M LaBley-
No. 4G24 and 4625. amount $3.44 at
For Sale, Rent, Wanted, Etc.
WANTED: a girl for genoral work.
Apply at the Springfield hospital,
10. For 1916, paid December 10,
1916, receipt No , amount I4.G1
Said J, h. Briggs and Mrs. J, L.
Briggs as the owners of tho legal title
of the abovo described property as
the same appears of record, and each
of the other persons above named are
hereby further notified that J,
W. Machen will apply to tho
Circuit Court Of the County and State
aforesaid for a decree foreclosing tho
lien against the property abovo des
cribed, and mentioned In said certifi
cate. And you aro hereby summoned
to appear within sixty days after tho
first publication of this summons ex
clusive of tho day of said first publi
cation, and dofond 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 ho rendered foreclosing tho
lieu of said taxes and costs against
tho land and premises abovo named.
This summons is published by order
of tho Honorable O. F. Sklpworth
A GOOD POSITION can be had by
any ambitious young man or yount?
lady in tho field of railway or com
mercial telegraphy. Slnco tha
passage of the eight hour law by
congress, It has created a big do
mand for telegraph operators. Po
sitions paying from $75 to $80 per
month, with good chances for ad
vancement. It will pay you to write
Railway Telegraph Ins't, of Port
land, Ore., for full particulars.
"WANTED for box factory, Steady
work one planermait, three cut off
men, three hand sawyers, one cir
Fruit Growers Supply Co., Hilt, Cnl."
FARM LOANS -At the lowoet rate
and on the oaslest terms to be bad.
J. O. Holbroek, SpriigBold.
DAY OLD CHICKS
Before ordering elsowhore send pos
tal for our prices and valuable infor
mation, ,It will pay you. Delivery
February 20 and after. Plymouth
Hocks, White Leghorns It. I. Reds,
Orpingtons. Any Quantity. Electric
Standard Electric Hatchery,
W. F. WALKER
Office Phone 62; Residence 67-J
West Main St.
HERBERT E. WALKER
Offlc fn City Hall, Springfleld, Ore
DR. N. W. EMERY
8UTTON BLDQ. PHONE 20-J
Made to Measure Suits
Lemley Suit House
D. W. ROOF, JEWELER
SPRINOFIELD, - OREGON
FINE WATOH REPAIRING
What Will the New Year Bring?
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 xis worth.
The Springfield News