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THUU9DAV. JUNE 28, 1917.
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
Boy Buried With
Elward Ralston, who Was
Drowned Sunday Laid to Rost
at ML Vernon Cemetery
The funoral of Elward Ralston who
was drowned Sunday evening In tha
Willamette rlvor at Seavoy's terry,
was held yesterday morning at 10:00
x'ckck from Walkor's chapel. Rov
erend C. If. Jensen, pastor of the
Qirlstlan church had charge of the
services. A quartot composed of Mrs
J. E. Richmond, Mrs. J. C. Holbrook,
C II. Jensen and O. El. Kessey sang
Jesus Cares" and "Under His Wings."
-A. large and sympathetic crowd was
present and there were many beau
XSTtH floral offerings. Special seat3
ware reserved for the Third company
ot the Coast Artillery Corps, of which
fto "was a member.
After tho services at tho chapel
tho body was laid to rest at the Mt.
Vernon cemetery, the Coast Artillery
bavlng charge of the last rites. The
Tbody was lowered Into the grave and
three volleys were fired over it. Aflei
wfblch taps were sounded and Rev.
vreni Jensen read the burial services.
Return From Convention
Z. T. Klutzley and Lee Clark r.
turned today from the 36th annual
Encampment of the O. A. R. Th3
eecampment was held this year In
JFbrest Grove In the Pacific Univ
sfty buildings. They report having
.a TEry good time and that Forest
Grove is a very patriotic town.
Tent Meeting Will Bo Held nt
Seventh and Main Be
W. U. Warner, an evangollst from
Tacoma, Washington, and family will
begin meetings In a largo tent at tho
corner of Seventh and Main streets.
Song services, preaching, and testi
mony meetings will make up the pro
gram for tho Intended three weeks
of services. Meetings will be hold
each evening at 7:45 beginning with
Sunday evening. Mr. Warner rep
resents tho Advent Christian church
and has his own family and people
from Eugene aiding him In his work
here In Springfield.
Tho party arrived Tuesday and have
fixed up living quarters for their
stay In Springfield nt the corner t
Seventh and Main streets. They
will erect a large tent there in which
y will hold their meetings.
EXEMPTION BOARD NAMED
Governor Appoint Men Who Will Act
Under 'Conscription Law
Within a few days Oregon will
know tho quota of men she will have
to contribute on tho first draft for
men under tho war registration.
Acting under Instructions from Gov
ernor Wlthycombo, Adjutant General
George A. White has made public the
personnel of the exemption boards of
tho stato. It will be for those boards
to select the uxempt mon and then
handle the wheel by which the nnmcr.
of those chosen for tho first call will
probably he drawn. Tho personnel
of the Lane county board is as fol
lows: J. C. Parker, S. M. Russell,
Dr. T. W. llarrlss, of Eugene.
ACTIVITIES OF OTHER
Juno 27, Ray Sundorman transact
ed business In Mnrcola Tuosday.
N. II. Warner and daughter, Miss
Gladys of Eugeno vlBltod friends hero
Saturday und Sunday, returning homo
W. A. Hock mndo a business trip
to Eugeno Wednesday.
S. C. Sundorman trnnsnctod buslnosi
In Eugeno Friday.
Mrs. j. C. Nlchoison who has been
sick for somu time grew worse last
vweek and they had a nurse, Miss Nel
son, come up from Eugene.
Mrs. K. I.. Roberts transacted bus
iness In Eugene Friday. ,
Mr. ami Mrs. M. M. Weber won
Chris II. Jensen, Pastor.
Sunday School meets at 9:45 A. At.
Morning service 11 o'clock. Subject
"Jesus the Christ as revealed In tho
New Testament." Christian Endea
vor meets at 7 P. M. Leader, Mabel
January. Subject "Little things that
make or mar." You will enjoy
the meeting If you attend. Evening
service at 8 o'clock. Subject "Liber
ty and Independence." Special rau
sic by the quartette. The Home
Guard has decided to attend this
patriotic service in a body. Come
early if you want a seat.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The Commercial State Bank
ac Springfield, In the
State,' vl i Oregon at
quae 20th, 1917.
the close of business
loans and discounts
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured '.
Bonds and warrants
Furniture and fixtures
Dae from approved reserve banks
Exchanges for clearing house
Cash on hand zU
Capital stock paid
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes nald
Individual deposits subject to check :
Demand certificates of deposit
Time and Savings Deposits
STATE OF OREGON, County of Lane, ss:
I, O. B. Kessey, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that tho above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief
O. B. KESSEV
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 27th day of June, 1917. CORRECT Attest:
F. L. TRAVIS, M. M. PEERV
tiseal) Notary Public. WELBY STEVENS
Jly commission expires Nov. 8, 1920. Directors.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
State of Oregon., M
Jojinty of Lane S
To Fred M. Wilson, your heirs or
is8lgns. you aro hereby notified that
t have expended the sum of eight 'here Thursday to visit Mrs. Weber's
a .imrou uoiiars in money ana moor mother Mrs, J. C. Nicholson,
ipon the Myrtle Group of mines con . . . , , , ,
3lstlng of tho Chester mining claim; I lMr8' ,tltl Spores who Iuih boon pick
the Chester Extension mining claim; !K straw berries at Ynrnell for tho
tho Hilda mining claim; tho Hilda Ex1 past week ruturned home Saturday
tension mining claim: tho Myrtlo mln ; v,ininir
ng claim: tho Myrtle Extension mining K' , , , , ,
Claim; the Kathryan mining claim? j Mrs- ,- A- Conloy made a business
tho Kathryan Extension mining claim; trip to Eugeno Saturday,
all of which aro situated In Blue River' Mrs. H. W. Gustln nud sou Stewnrt
fi'fcnst QrrtxTrS StS ' M Mrco, SM' '
of Oregon, as will appear by Locatlou ,nK'
Notices filed In tho office of tho Re-! Mrs. Gustln received word that her
corder of said county as follows to-1 sister was 111 and has gone to see her.
wit: Tho Chester mining claim; ,, oustlii tho teacher hero
was filed on the 20th day of July. A. , . , . r
D 190S. and recorded In Book 0. on "'colved tho diplomas Saturday. Those
page 692; tho Chester Extension min- thnt received diplomas aru: Roy 0.
ing claim was filed on the 27th day Heck, John H. Spores. Charles R.
of October. A. D 1908, and recorded i q,mrnR nnr rinwn Ptimivnn vim.
In Book 6 on page 602; the HllJa ! S m ,? K! T ' ,,
mining claim was filed on tho 20th ol80n 1,lr,1, Crenshaw was condition
day of July, A. D., 1908, and recorded od In Language and will tnke It over
In book .6 on page 591: tho Hilda Ex
tension minlne claim wan film! nn thn '
You will Biivo this tho flral month by the use of thla
pump to fill your cur or tractor. The boat pump muilo
for thin use.
Distillate, Monogram OIIh, Oiouho, otc.
8th Ave. East 242 Phono 113
East of Hotel OBburn Half Hloek
Ford Switch Key Sorvlco Station No. t
27th day of October, A. D., 1908, and
Miss Elsie Heck has been picking
recorded In Book 6, on page 603; tho , 8truw be""Ies for M. I). Weatherman,)
Myrtle mining claim was filed on the ' and will continue picking as long a
27th day of October, A. D., 1908, and thov last. 1
recorded in Book 6, on page 603; tho, .j. nnd MrB M M u.her of tnrlnc I
Myrtle Extension mining claim WMi , . , I-M . .
filed on tho 27th day of October, A. f,oU1 nnd lwo 1,0,18 Ilay nni1 Iln,l I
Tl 1QAO .1 T, 1. i. ......... l.nA Ci.nil.t. n ..lot, X , I
page 604; the Kathryan mining claim ; er's mother. Mrs. J. C. Nicholson,
was filed on thoMtu day of June. A. k , , h,cvc, nn,i
D.. 1912, and recorded In Book 7, on ,l , c 8011 1,18 "lccle nn 1
,page 75; the Kathryan Extension mln- "ought a new one this week,
ing claim was filed on tho 4th day of . Mrs. M. M. Webber of Springfield
June. A. D., 1912. and recorded In was here Tuesday to visit her mother
Book on page 74. 1 Records of Min- ,,. , r Nirhnisnn '
Ing of said County. ' Mrs. J. t. Nicholson.
Tho said sum of eight hundred dol ! Mr8' w- 0,,8tln aml 80,1 S,ownrt
lars. your share of which is two hun-! ,,,,IP returned home Monday evening
dred sixty six and 67-100 dollars from visiting Mrs. Gustin's sister '.n
($266.67), wa8 expended by mo on Marcola
the above described mining claims in ,,,, ,,.,,,,.. o
order to hold the said premises undor i Mr-11,1,1 Mr8' M" M- v e,,llPr of S"r,,,R
the provisions of Section 2324 of tho floI(1 wero "ere Wednesday to vIsU
Revised Statutes of the United States, Mrs. Webber's mother, Mrs. J. C. Nlch
being the amount of work necessary olson,
to hold said claims for the year ending . , ' .,, , ... , ,
December 31st 1916, and which sum ' Tho nu,ea 1,eat tl,e UcilH 1,1 Ul"
was expended thereon during said . contest at Sunday school so the Rcdj
year 1916. j will treat the victorious stria Friday
You, your heirs or assigns, as co- evelnlng to strawberries, cako, and
owner of one-third Interest In said iomonaile nt the slicool liouso at
claims above described are charge- ...
agle under said section 2324 of the 3 C10CK '"
Revised Statutes in the sum of two
hundred sixty six and 67-100 dollars
being one-third of the whole amount
expended by me your co-owner dur
-r on ,n,n RESOURCES
June 30. 1916 S84.45S.5ti
June 20. 1917 119.99G.G3
Gain for vear 35.538.07
THE BIG EVANGELIST
The Big Tent
7TH AND MAIN STREETS
Beginning Sunday evening, July
1, 7:45 P. M.
WILL TELL YOU
THE BIG MESSAGE
The Big Homecoming
SOON TO TAKE PLACE IN
Christ's Everlasting Kingdom
"YOU WILL HEAR THRILLING MUSIC AND SOUL
STIRRING PREACHING BY SEVERAL MEN
WITH REAL CONVICTIONS, AND
WITH CLEAR VISION
"Learn How to Live Forever"
"Behold, He Cometh"
June 27. Tho Epworth League marie
Ing the said year 1916 and If within $12.S0 at the Ice cream social hu!ri
in the school house Saturday night.
ninety days from the date of the ser-
Ipi nf tVitu nntfpn it nnti iti vnn fnll
to contribute your portion ' 6f such Jlni K"ne.ly s; o.a Saturday ami
expenditure your interest In said mln Sunday here visiting friends ami re!
Jng claim will become the property utives.
of your co-tenant the subscriber hero-1 Mr. u,, MrB. Dalo c,mB0 from E.
tn tinrlpr nml Uv vlrttm rf Qont Inn i
2324 Revised statutes of the United KCno wure 1,oro th'H wcck visiting Mr.
Witness my hand and seal tho 17th
day of May, 1917.
J. H. CUMMINGS (Seal)
Date of first publication of this no
tice is May 17. 1917.
May 1714 t.Trurs
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF LANE
Minnie Manetta Smitherman
Alen Lee Smitherman
TO ALEN LEE SMITHERMAN
THE ABOVE NAMED DEPEND
ANT. IN THE NAME OF THE
STATE OF OREGON.
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed a
gainst you In the above entitled court
and suit on or before Thursday, Aug
ust 2, 1917, said date being the time
specified by the Judge of the above
Court in the order for publication as
to the time for you to appear and
answer sucli complaint. If you fall
to appear and answer for want there
of plaintiff will apply to said court
for relief demanded In her complaint
on file herein and for the whole there
of. The relief demanded herein Is that
.the bond of matrimony now existing
between plaintiff and defendant bo
forever dissolved and held for naught.
That the plaintiff shall have such
other and further relief as to the
-.Court may seem meet and equitable.
This Summons is published by the
order of tho Honorable Frank E. Skip-
worth, Judge or the above entitled
Court, and the first date of publl-
'pntfnn lu anooitlctti In altrli nnlar nn
the 21nt day of June, 1917.
JOHN C. MULLEN
Attorney for Plaintiff.
yFIrst Publication 21st day of June,
uuiy. Lasi ruoncauon znu uay or
June 21,28;July 5,12,19,26;Aug. 2.
WANTED BIDS, for
1, Carponter work
2. Planing Mill work
3. Plumbing, Heating, brick work,
4, Electric wiring.
5, Lathing and Plastering.
6. Painting, staining, varnishing in
side and out.
All materials will be furnished by
contractor oxcopt lumber In planing
Plans and specification to bo had of
J, T. Moore, R F. D., Box 25, Route 1
nir.a 28 -July 2,0,
Chase's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I.
Charlie Stephens and Ell Deuui
son are visiting with friends nt Mnbol.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Masterson and fam
ily motored to Springfield Wedncs
Mr. and Mrs. J. Fisher and family
and, Robert Slmmcs left today for
Mr. Fisher's ranch In Eastern Oro
gon. The Third quartley conference of
tho M. E. Church met here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Crawford and
Floy Collins returned Monday from
Vancouver where they were visiting
(ho boys who have enlisted.
R. H. Dollarlildo who has been hold
Ing u quarterly meeting of the Freo
Methodist church in West Springfield j
went to Cottngo Grove Tuesday,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Neet of Eugeno ;
aro visiting Reverend and Mrs. Chllds
HALL'S SHOE STORE
1 lave you bought youra yet.
Rlltio are cheaper tlmu ICugoue'B at reduced prices.
Cotuo ami see. No trouble to fit on Hhoea.
White drcHHitig, white enamel, and kid cream for
Men's dresH hIiocs in tau, chocolate and black.
Everything new and up to date. At reasonable priecit
Men's work shoes from $2.50 to $0.00.
Ropairing a Specialty
THE YELLOW FRONT Botwoon Fourth and Fifth
J. J. BROWNING
HAY, GRAIN, FLOUR, SEEDS, SALT, MILL FEED,
OIL MEAL, SOY BEAN .MEAL
(Sweet and Dry)
ROLLED OATS, CHICK FEED
' In Package or Bulk
True to Namo and Kind
Givo Us A Trial
LANE COUNTY'S PATRIOTIC
EUGENE July 4
The Greatest Military Pagoant
in tho History of this County.
Parade Starts at 10 A. M.
SPEiJD A PATRIOTIC DAY IN A PATRIOTIC WAY
If you cannot go to the front,
pay tribute to those who will.
AND OTHER AMUSEMENTS
ALL DAY DANCE AT THE NEW ARMORY
SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS AT ALL THEATERS
SPECIAL RATES ON ALL RAILROADS
PUBLIC REST ROOMS
will bo provided for everybody's comfort
The Price of Fuel Is Going Up But the
Cost of Gas Never Increases
We have many satisfied
customers who are using
GAS for COOKING, and HEATING WATER
Telephone 58 and we will send
a representative to explain
Oregon Power Co.
A. L, INGALL8, Manager.