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TIIE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
MONDAY, MAY I I, 1017
The Springfield News
y. C. DIMM, WALTER R. DIMM
Editors and Publishers
published Every Monday and
RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION
Ono Year .... $1.50
BIx Months . . . .
Three months ...
Advertising rates furnished on nppll
tento note answering his peace
offer of a few montlts ago to
gether, the case Is mndo up. The
Entente note arraigns Germany
for the spirit of militarism, ag
gression, conquest? the defiance
of human rights; and the Kaiser
immediately issued an order Il
lustrating the spirit which they
thus arraign. The note and
76 1 the order make a picture, a picL-
60 urn nf llir IcQim In thin wnr i"f
the spirit of militarism and ag
gression Ui"t must be destroyed
ROADS RALLY HELD
Five Hundred Oregon Boosters
Indorso $6,000,000 Bond
Five hundred Rood roads boosters,
representing 33 of the 35 counties of
tlio state, ut a statc-wldu good roads
rally In Portland, Saturday, April 2Sth.
unanimously Indorsed tho $0,000,000
Delegt to League Convtntlon
At a meeting fo tho Kpworth l,o.
ruo hold In tho Methodist church
last ovonliiR tho following delegate
were elected to tho state Lcnit'io
convention to bo hold nt Albany next
Saturday, Sunday and Monday, Unit-
tlnll Scott, Vnnco Cagloy, Mrs, A. II. 1
Van Vnlznh, Francos llartlott and
Kulh Scott. Alternates olocted wore.
Mrs. J, I). Campboll, Orson VuukIiii,
howls (Irnndy, Dorrls Slkos and Car
the Allies will bring to the world
it has stricken.
CAMP CREEK Ruby Crabtreo j
THURSTON. Mrs. Walter Edinlston I
DONNA Charles Heck 1 shlP Three Car f Cattle
CORURO Elsio Anderson Fronk K- ula,r ,ms s0,a ll,rc0 cnr-
CEDAR FLAT Mrs. Anno Morso : ,0'u,s of catUo to 0wnt Thompson
r..poT cpinxnriFt r i ' Hurns, n,u' shipped the stock Krl-
in the peace that the arms of . B00U- rondB tond bill and voted to Wu5o
Member of the Willamette Valley
MONDAY, MAY 14, 1917
OREGON RANKS HIGH
Mrs. Clara Chllds : dn' fr0U1 Springfield. Tho shlp-
ment consisted of yearlings nnd 2-
I year-old heifers. This makes mora
' than 600 head of cattle that Mr. Thorn
' pson has bought of Mr. Rlatr within
a year. Mr. Thompson Is ono of tho !
most e.xtenslvo cattlo raisers in Kas
The state of Oregon is re
sponding splendidly to the ap-
If you are troubled with chronic or
peal for men in both army muscular rheumatism give Chamber
navy. It will furnish Its quota la,n'8 L!ulmc,n1t ,a j; ,Th, rf,lef ,
1 from pain which it affords Is alone I
iu uie government. ...nr,h ... ,,,- ,fo ,,. ni,,i. I
J .. e aua u vvuv w u IMIU
If the war continues an Im- able everywhere.
inense fleet of ships will be nee
an nggnsslvo campaign In 'behalf of
the measure until the date of the spe
cial election on June 4th.
Stirring addresses were delivered by
Governor Wlthycombo, John itartman,
Frank Terrace, Andrew Eggunmn, Si
mon llensou, E. J. Adnms, C, C Chap
man, Mrs. Charles 11. Cnstuer, presi
dent of the Oregon Federation of Wo
men's Clubs, nnd representatives from
each of the counties represented at the
Itcports from all sections of the stats
j were optimistic In their tono and it
was conildently predicted that the road
bond bill would bo approved by the
voters of the state at tho special elec
tion In June. It was decided, how
ever, to prosecute the campaign ag
gressively that the favorable majority
tor the mcaaure may be decisive
60QD ROADS POINTERS
essary to transport supplies and
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ON i
men to Europe. Steel ship-) Notice
is hereby given
by ' In
The $6,000,000 bond Issue Is a movo
tho step to secure good roads and
j , ... virtue of an Execution and Order of , should be supported. A movement of
jurat, are urruiib mu iujj.ii.iiy j Sa,0 issucd out ot tho circuit Court 1 this kind must huve a beglnulng and
twenty-four hours Of the day. of the State of Oregon for Lane ' as the roads are built the demand will
Their maximum capacity is far 'udgment SUinMidCourt 1 BT un," ven,""r1 w'?1 '8 Wf
. , . , , juui,nitni rvnutreu in saiu ioun system of proposed main highways will
from enough to supply the needs ; for said county on the soth day of bc but a of a m lhe
u. v um.. tle I'lanttrr, c. c. sturtevant. re-j
nl thousand wooden ships are to I covered judgment against tho Do.
hp hnllt Dniif?ln5 fir i thf ' fendnHts, Everett M. C. Surber and
De Dull', uougias nr is uie vrthn K Sorlv- his wife, and Wal.
best shipbuilding wood avail- ta- b..roe- .u n of Ninety and '
able and the shin industrv will J.5-1 ' ' ' " 'merest j mobile license was increased by an-
r ! nereon al lne nle j e per cenl per
entire state. Hums Tribune.
The law doubling the automobile II
con so fee has nothing to do with the
$6,000,000 road bond bill. The auto-
There is still another oppor-
not the road bond bill, which Is a sep- ,
araie measure aitogetner, is approved
ntllut- 1nu tiioaail n ( Vi n Inat T anliitn.
nelpt tq keep the mills Of this ( annum fom the 20th day of February'. I ture. It Is now a law. The Increased
"V'er?nrf.i2 will be collected whether or
UUU UV.iVU lfttl.UU( AUIlUtS IUI VUSL
and disbursements, which judgment
tnnitv for Qpn.'iop fnrlnfr tho ' was K""ea anu uocMHeu in uie
lUlltiy lor senrice lacing UIP , Cjerk'g orfIce or Baid CoUf t 0n the at the June election.
peopei OI uregon IOOO prouuc- -oui uay or tebruarj. 191. and said
tfon A Knlpndid eimnilim nf Executton me directed command,
tion a spienaio. campaign oi lng me ln tne mune of the State of
Warning, instmctiorf'and appeal. Oregon in order to satisfy said Judg-
! meni, cosi, anu accruing cost to sell
the following described real property,
is being made It will be sue
cessful jus1 to the degree that , to.wit;
luc uuviuuaia , Southwest quarter of the Southwest
Citizenship of tnls state respond. ' quarter of Section Ten (10) Tp
f THE UNCHANGED KAISER
of Section Ten (10)
eighteen (IS) South of Range Five
(5) West of the Will Mer ln Lane
County Oregon, containing 20 acres
re Tr! . more or less.
ui tumac luc ivaioui a unci-, "vnw THPDPPiitp
f AAA ' V 1 t ' A b A-J
ances are approved in Germany. ! name -of the state of ore.
To disapprove them would be Exeution and Order or Sale, i win
Sedition and WOUld be attended n Saturday the 19th day of May,
ji,i ,, j 1917, at the hour of one o'clock p. m.
with discomfort and danger. ; at the Southwest door of the County
Still if there are silent Germans Courthouse In Eugene. Lan County.
Who had begun to distrust tho l I Could better proof be asked that the J
-i i - I rs , I r r V ('illfni-nlo hai'n f its that
ngnteousness or ms cause, nis all the right, title, and interest of the
The Herald Is heartily In favor of
the $6,000,000 bond Issue, because the
automobile licenses will pay the bonds
and Interest, and the taxpayers will
not be out one cent for the construc
tion of our main thoroughfares, and
the regular road funds raised in the
several counties will then be used to
build good lateral roads from the rural
districts Into connection with the main
highways. Houlton Herald.
When state bonds' for good roads
were tlrst proposed In California six
years ago, 15 counties voted against '
the bonds. At a Becond bond election
for the same purpose last November,
every one of the 58 counties of the
state gave a majority for the bonds.
all tho way
Columbia River Route
Joins Wtt and Cut with a Coulnvd of StMl
PORTLAND CITY OFFICE
THIRD and WASHINGTON
Wn. McMtmr, C. P. A., fcnltoJ
lotocf caving ni Art tw,so- aove nameu uerenaants. ana each or
j n in uw iiviniii
to change their minds. For
it is exactly the same song, with
out the change of a note, that
he sang at the beginning of the j ApriI J6' 23' 30; May "' u'
em, in and to the above described
JAMES C. PARKER,
Sheriff of Lane County, Oregon
By D. A. ELKINS, Deputy.
war: the same call, in the same! LEARN MUSIC AT HOME-.
voice, in the same manner.
"The sword is being forced in
to our hand." said he from tht
Lessons Free New Method Learn to
Play By Note Piano, Organ, Violin,
Banjo, Mandolin, Cornet, Harp, 'Cello,
Guitar. Pineolo. Plnrlnpt. Trnmhnnn
balcony of the palace on July 31 j nute or to sing, special Limited
1914. "Ourenemies did not Offer of free weekly lessons. Von
want the understanding offered , on,y fr music and postage, wnlch
by me," he says in his new order ' 13 smalI Monoy back saranteo.
i , . ! No extras. Beginners or advanced
to the army and navy. "H has pup,)s EverythlnB niU8trated( pIalD(
become necessary to protect our , simple, systemaU.c, Free lectures
H10St sacred possessions, the each course. 1C years' success. Start
Fatherland, our very heari3 at onco- Write for Free booklet to
against ruthless destruction," dy-Now- u- s- schi of Music,
, u, , , , . . 225 Fifth Avenue, New York City.
read his proclamation to the , . . J .
rmy and navy on Aug. 6, 1914
"Their hunger for power desires
Germany's destruction," read
his new order tothem. "In the
midst of perfect peace the enemy
surprise us; therefore to arms!"
read another of his proclama
tions on August 6, 1914. "With
justified indignation at our ene
mies arrognant crime," is the
way he phrases it today. "To FOR SALE Buggies and horses at
be or not to be German power j tne Springfield Livery Bam.
mm uerman existence: saia FOR rent-
For Sale, Rent, Wanted, Etc.
FOR RENT Partly furnished houss
on South Second street. Apply '3
A. E. Huntley, South Second and
the proclamation. With deter
mination to defend our honest
possessions and secure for the i fortradeso
rainenanu a nappy future, you
will become as steel," says the
1917 order. "You are my guar
antee that I can dictate peace
.to my enemies," he told the First
' Regiment of Foot Guards at.
Potsdam. "With God's help our
'iarms will enforce it," (the peace
he seeks to dictate') concludes
the 1917 order.
Not the change of an idea, or
tof the fraction of an Idea; not
a word of argument with the
questioning spirit that Ib slowly
beginning to awake ln Germany.
(Yet the KaIserB order has Its
$alue. Taking it and the En-
six room modern house,
GORE & ROWE
people of California have found that i
the Issuance of state bonds for the
construction of a system of'permanent !
roads Is a profitable Investment?
The success of the JG, 000,000 road
bonding bill at the special June elec
tion lies In the justice displayed In
the recognition of all localities of the
State in need of more roads; and bet-
ter roads. Recognize all of them and '
build them as soon and fast as pos- ,
slble. If Good Roads and More Roads
Is the slogan, cover the whole State
with the system and bury the hatchet
of clique or clan rule, otherwise, vote
the bill Into oblivion. Drewsey Sun.
"The tax burden In Oregon Is so
Intolerably heavy," says the Union Ut
publican, "that It is believed that most
of the taxpayers will prefer to bond
at the expense of the auto license fees,
as contemplated ln the road bonding 1
act, rather than vote a big Increase of ;
direct taxes to accomplish the same j
end. The people insist on having the ;
roads built, and the whole controversy ,
is as to methods of financing direct ,
taxation or bonds based oa auto li
The automobile owner should re
member this: The law Increasing his
license Is now ln effect. He will have
to pay the Increased license. The 6,
000,000 road bond bill will be voted
on at the June election. If It carries,
the money raised from Increased auto
mobile licenses will bc used In build- '
log roads. If the road bond bill falls, i
the money may be used for other pur- I
poses. Every automobile owner should
not only vote for tho bonds but be '
should be a booster for the measure '
The Real Proof
When you have tried our
Groceries and our service you
will be ready to believe that
-there is no better place to
trade ln town than at our
The quality of our goods
is kept up to the standard and
our prices are reasonable.
Try our prompt service.
Nice & Miller
D. wTROOF, JEWELER
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
I because of lils direct and personal in
terest In the revenue derived from his
, licensr- and the manner ln which it is
acres unimproved expended. i a '.Tnhnunn
land, good pasture, running water i Secretary,
on place, 1 mile south of Crow, in ' The Outlook Is in favor of good roads "
a well settled community, for house anu" therefore in favor of the proposed i
and lot in Springfield or Eugene Donu n18"-'1 " w" Uo a" can, legit-
J. A. Allen. ' imaieiy, io neip carry tno coming elec
tion in incir ucuau.
It Is true that several strong Inter
ests are opposing the bonds, but In
ono case at least the opposition Is pre
sumptious and not the real sentiment
of many who are being misrepresented,
We refer to the Grange and Its self
imposed champion, State Master
Bpence. He Is trying to make it ap
pear that he has the support of the
Grange In his opposition, but In reality
he Is only volilng the sentiment of a
minority. It is a pertinent question
to ask who gave him the authority to
use the name of the Grange.-Grebaai
ROBERT BURNS Lodge, No
78, A. M. F Ancient and
Accepted Scottish RUo Uni
versal and Symbolic Free
Masons meets first and third
Friday evening In W. O. W.
hall, Visiting brothers wol
R. W. M
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and on tho easiest terms to bo bad.
J. O. Holbrook, Springfield.
FOUND: A puree containing prom
turn coupons. Owner may have aame
by calling at the News oflJco and
paying for thin ad.
FOR SALE OR TRADBSmaU nitt
ranch within sight of CreswelL Will
consjder trade on Springfield resi
denofl pros4rty. Addreas, C 81,
General Repair and Storage
Second Hand Cars and Trucks
2C5 Eighth Ave. West
Phone 105 EUGENE, OREGON
DR. J. E. RICHMOND
PHONES Office, 3; .Residence,
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