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THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
MONDAY, JUIA 2,
Additional Subscription? Secur
ed by the Committoo Not
I Heretofore Publishod
J. M. Hart
W. H. Cooloy
AVIlllan Mill Co .
JUr. and Mrs. E. D. Conley 5.00
Mr. and Mrs. J It Kndlcott ... 1.00
Mr. and Mrs. J. Cooley 1.00
B. C. Itowe 15.00
11. K. Jenkins 5.00
Hlchard Eaton 5.00
Henry Hart 5.00
Pinkston Bros. 2.00
J. f. Helll 10.00
John Edmunson 3.00
Fred Gray 5.00
Geo. Neft 1.00 1
lu Georgo 1.00 j
Mrs. J. A. Herndon - 1.00 I
Ceo. and Sadfe Piatt - 5.00 j
John and Sarah Danks 3.00.
Soy and Pearl Edmistou 2.00
Vm. and Mary Henvll 2.00!
C II and Aiwa Hastings 2.00
Mrs. J. W. McArthur 5.00;
"Walter and Jessie Edmlston .. 2.50
J. A. and L. M. Olsen 2.50
Mrg. Jennie Edmlston 1,00
G. V. Smith .50
W. S. Dodd : 5.00
E. D. Chase , , 2.00
J. L. Gorrie 1.0.1
Glen Anderson 2.30
E. S. Harding 1.00
Harry Withers 2.50 i
J. A. Clearwater 2.00 j
J. R. McPherson 2.00 i
tee Davis 1.00 j
T. J. Sweany 5.00 '
LX. WesUall 1.001.
3t P. Griffin 4.0?
H. E. Phettiplace 5.00
O. A. McMahan 5 .00 j
Walter and Ethel Piatt 2.00 j
M. A. Fowler -.- - 5.00
C. H. and Olive .Taylor 5.00 j
F. E. and Eva Taylor 5.00
Miller and Lou Hall 5.00
J. H. Brown 2.00
F. D. Teachuot 5.00
P. R. Edmlston - 2.00
Carl Phettiplace 2.00
E. H. Beare
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Conley ..
C L.. Baker ,.
It. H. Stockman i
W. W. Adams
Lloyd Awbray .50
Adam Hltcey 5.00
L. n. Hack .. 2.00
Aden Lyon - - 50
Viola Dlehnot 1.00
P. M. Laird - 2.00
?.. T. Klnttloy 6.00
; M. Dlckoy 5.00
Q. L, Burnett . 2.00
V D. Wallace 10.00
M. L. SeabrlnK 5.00
M. Wallace 50
H. Jones 1.00
Hayne Elliott . - .50
J. a Wallace 1.00
J. C. Humphrey 2.50
N. J. Moorehouso 2.00
John Walsh 1.00
'C. A. Swarts 5.00
A. C. Pease ?2.00
II. F. Dennis 2.00
John KUxgerald 5.00
N. B. Mann .. 5.00
In nerving by Mrs. Henry Korf, Mr.
Herbert Walker, and Mm. L. K. Pagi.
Invitation wore Issued to thirty tlvo
ladles: Mrs. J. W. Coffin. Mrs. I.
S. Urals, Mrs. Aunlo Knox, Mrs. Mar
vln Drury, Mrs. Win. Donaldson, Mm.
C. II. Jcusoii, Mrs. P. A. Lenhnit,
Mrs. C. E. Fischer, Mrs. Kthol Bally,
Mrs. H. B. Walker, Mrs. II. M. Slow
art, Mrs. S. H. Bukor, Mrs. Mao Stov
onson. Mrs.J. T. Mooro, Mrs. T. J.
McCracken, Mrs. S. A. Danford.Mrs.
W. Hartman. Mrs. N. W. Emory, Mlm
Margaret Morris, Mrs. J. C. Holhrook,
Mrs. O. B. Kessey, Mrs. W. L. Dunlap.
Mrs. U. L. Drury, Mrs. O. II. Jarrott,
Mrs. C. L. Scott, Mrs. W. N. Long,
Mrs. L. K. Pago, Mrs. H. A. Korf, Mrs.
Tbos. Slkes. Mrs. W. H. Pollanl. Mrs.
J. L. Ulehmond. Mrs. Fred Walker.
Mrs. E. E. Martaln. Mrs. II. O. Bowcn
of Eugene, and Miss Splllmnn of Ot
tuiuwa, I own.
MHS. C. W. IIAUIIIT
fSUHPIUBBD BY KIUBNDS
On Saturday a number of tbo frl
ends of Mrs. C. W. Halght gathorml
at her homo on Third Btroot near
Broadway tocolobrato hur sixty-fourth
birthday. A sumptuous dinner was
sorvod and overyono enjoyod tho day
very much. Mrs. Halght received a
number of beautiful and useful pros
cuts. Thosu present woru Mr. and
Mrs. C. Sponcor, Mr. and Mrs. Orvll
Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Kd Mabey, Mrs.
M. Billings, Mrs. Alexander, and Irvuu
Byron, and Hugh CownrL
H. L. Blood 1.00
Edwin Moneta 50
Virgil Moon 1.00
i W. E. Knott and family 4.00
J. T. Moore 10.00 J tll0
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Sundermau
S. G. Moshler
E. W. Levee
M. V. Clays
MRS. J. P. FRY ENTER
TAINS NE E I) L EC R A FT CLUB
Thursday afternoon the Needle
craft was delightfully entertained ut
J. P. Fry at tho
room wns taste-
MRS. R. L. KIRK HOSTESS
, Mrs. R. L. Kirk gave an "At Home"'
Friday afternoon from 2:30 to 5 P.
M. The living rooms were decorated
lwlth patriotic emblems and ivy with
a great quanity of handsome and cho
ice roses oeautiiuuy arranged in ev
ery conceivable place. Progressive
conversation was the entertainment
provided for the many guests. Pro
grams bearing our national emblems
be followed during the afternoon. Tin
I time -allotted for each discussion was
1 five minutes. During the last topic
, "Satisfying the Inner Self." refresh
I ments were served. While theso
were being enjoyed Misses Ruth Scott
i and Leota McCracken entertained the
guests with music which was muc:i
i appreciated by all. Favors of tiay
1 silken flags were presented to each
home of Mrs.
jElltb hotel. The
fully decorated in red and whlto ram
bler roses and buto bachelor buttons.
Tho afternoon was spent In sowing
after which the ladles enjoyed n two
course luncheon of salad, hot big
cults, Jelly, strawberry shortcake, and
punch. Tho Invited guests were Mrs.
Georgo Safford, Mrs. F. A. Lenhnrl,
.Mrs. ual uarnett, and Mrs. Al Mont-
gomery. Club members present wero
4- lMCsiiames can fr lsciior. It. L. Drury
R. L. Kirk. H. E. Walker, Ethel Bally
E. E. Martin. O. H. Jnrrett, Georgo
Catching, J. E. Richmond, Mao Stev
enson, R. P. Mortenson, and Mrs. J.
MOM A AGOGA CLASS PICNIC
The Moma Agoga class of the Bap
tist church chaperoned by Mlsg Nora
Sorenson had a very enjoyable picnic
at Coburg bridge Friday evening.
The crowd was taken to and from the
grounds In autos. A picnic suppo
red, white, and blue pencils gavo I vas served and games were played,
six subjects for conversation to -A ver' large sumber of the class
attended tho picnic.
guest. Mrs R. L. Kirk was assisted
PRISCILLA CLUB PICNICS
Members of tho Prlscllla club held
a picnic back of the flour mill last
Friday afternoon. The members
present wero Mrs. W. Rebhan. Mrs.
I. D. Larmer, Mrs. Norman Howard
Mrs. William Donaldson. Mrs. JameH
Withrow. Mrs. Delbert Beals and Mrs
George Sanderson ,
Ethel Yarnell . .
S. M. Carruthers
A. L. Yarnell
Mr. and Mrs. TayJor Neodham
TL C. Bough and wife .
Daniel Baugh 10.00
J. W. Chase '.J 00
(S. Y I.artho!omew 5.00
G. H. Irish : 1 00
O. H. Hougan 1.00
K B. Chase 10.00
Clarence McClintic .... 2 no
David Bidwell 1.00
Jaccs I.owig . 00
Ivan Anderson 1 'jO
Stay McClintic 50
Harry L. Chase 5.00
V. P. Patteson 5 00
V. A. Bailey 4 00
E. P. Harlov ...... 5.00
Currin Cooley , 1.00
II. E. Wylle 10.00
W. n. Hardie . 5.00
V.. li. Fish 5.00
T. C. Kellogg 3.00
X H. Starr .'.
H. B. Nolleth p
Mrs. C. J' Male ......
Mr. and Mrs. McElhanqy G 00
O. A Vitus LOO
lira. J. W. Chase
"H J. Pengra
lann.e L. Wyman : 5.00
J. H. Xeal 2.00
Walter Bailey 2 0?
Tloy -frost 1.00
Snnslint) -club (Ina Cline) .... 5.00
ainrclti K. Chase 2.0(
?.V. H. James 2.10
TJ3. L. Westrope l."0
.J. .Sturt 1 00
C.IH. Humphrey and Wife 5.00
S. Hills 5.00
IK. U Wallace
31. Jt. Wallace
3ilr. and Mrs. P.
"Mr. taud Mrs. John Jacohy
Blair Brothers - 10.00
Earl "Lepley 1.00
Mrs. M. A. Drury 2.00
"W. It. Drury 2.00
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Sylvester .. 2.00
J. S. Hills 5.00
Paul Hadloy 10.00
Young Peoples class 2.50
Mrs. 3. S. Morehouse 1.00
John A. Rhodes 5,00
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At Springfield, in the State of Oregon, at the close of business
on June 2oth. 1917.
1. a Loans and discounts (except those shown on b and
c' , , JU9.1S1.97
ioiai mans .. . 119, 1S1 97
2. Overdrafts, secured, none- unsecured,
5, if i uri ,0ther than ui'berty Bonds of 1917):
a U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par
Total U. S. bonds (other than Liberty Bonds)
and certificates of indebtedness
0. Payment on account subscription for Liberty Loan
h Bonds other than U. S. bonds piedged to secure
postal savings deposits 3.000.00
e Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including
stocks) owned unpledged 31,958.14
Total bonds, securities, etc
9. Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of sub
10. a Value of banking house 8,082.61
b Equity In banking house
11. Furniture and fixtures '
12. Real estate owned other than banking house
13. a Net amount due from approved reserve agents "hi
New York, Chicago, and St. Louis 11,594.74
b Net amount due from approved reserve agents In
other reserve cities 48,488.01
14 Net amount due from banks and bankers (other than
included in 13 or 21)
1G. Other checks on banks in the same city or town as
b Fractional currency, nlckles, and cents
18. Notes of other national banks ,
20. Federal Reserve notes
21. Lawful reserve in vault and net amount due from
Federal Reserve Bank ....
22. Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from
U. S. Treasurer .
24. Capital stock paid in
25. Surplus fund
2G. a Undivided profits 0,156.62
h Less current expenses, Interest, and taxes paid 5,035.95
29. Circulating notes outstanding
Demand deposits subject to Reserve:
34. Individual deposits subject to check
35. Certificates of deposit due In less than 30 days (oth
er than for money borrowed)
36. Certified checks
37. Cashier's checks outstanding
Total demand deposits subject to Reserve, Items
34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, and 40, 204,917.43
Time deposits subject to Reserve (payablo after 30
days, or subject to 30 days or moro notice) : ....
41. Certificates of deposit (other than for money bor
rowed Total of time deposits subject to Resorve,
Items 41, 42, and 43 45,813.24
United States deposits, not subject to Reserve:
45. Postal savings deposits
Total of U. S. deposits not subject to Reserve.. 2,943.67
52. a Cash Letters of Credit and Travelers' Checks out
h Customers' letters of credit drawn against
State of Oregon, County of La ne, ss.
I, D. S. Beals, Cashier of t he above-named bank, do sol
emnly swear that the above st atement Is true to the best of
my knowledge and belief. D- BEALS, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me CORRECT Attest:
this 30th day of June, 1917. A, MIDDLETON,
HERBERT E. WALKER, L. K. PAGE,
Notary Public. CHAS. L. SCOTT,
CoujplfwjQU SSSllSD Mw. 1, J?20 DJrectora.
WANTED BIDS, for
Carpenter work ,
Planing Mill work
Plumbing, Heating, brick work.
Lathing and Plastering.
Painting, staining, varnishing
8ldo and out.
All materials will bo furulshml
contractor except lumber In planing
Plans and specification to be had of
J. T. Mooro. It .F. I).. Box 25, Routo 1.
Juno 2S-July 2,5.
Genornl Repair and Storage
Second Hand Cars and Trucks
Phono 10H EUGENE, OREGON
2G5 Eighth Ave. West
D. W. ROOF
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
DR. J. E. RICHMOND
PHONES Office, 3; Reildence, 11tM
Over Commercial Bank,
You will save this tho first month hy the uho of this
pump to fill your car or tractor. Tho best pump inado
for (his use.
Distillate, Monogram Oils, Grease, etc.
STODDARD - DAYTON GARAGE
8th Ave. EnBt 212 Phono 1-IS
East of Hotel Osburn Half Block
Ford Switch Key Service Station No. I
We are ntithorl.ed under tho Federal RcBcrvo
Uiw to act as an Executor, Administrator, Guardian
This is n now service our ofllccrs will be glad to
discuss with you.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, EUCENE, OREGON.
White Shoe Sale
Reducing the H. C. of L.
I don't want to carry any white shoes over to next
summer and am letting loose of what
I have at reduced prices
White Canvass, S in. top, ivory sole and heel, sold for $3.75. now $2.91).
White Canvass. S in. top, Ivory sole and heel, sold for $3.f0. now $2.7!).
White Canvass, S in. top tan solo and covered heel, sold for $3.00, now $2.3!)
White Canvass lAibber sole and heel, sold for $2.50, now $l.!l!.
White Canvass sport shoe kid trimming rubber Bole and heel, sold for
$3.00. now $2.19.
White Canvass, red rubber sole and heel, sold for $2.00. now $1.5!).
White Canvass, Mary Jane, one strap, low heel, sold for $1.75, now $1,2!)
White Canvass pump, one strap, ivory sole and heel, sold for $2.00, now
White Canvass pump, one strap, Ivory sole and heel, sold for $2.25, now
chiltls', Mary Jane, rubber sole and heel, sold for 80r,
misses' Mary Jane, rubber sole and heel, sold for Sue,
women s Mary Jane, rubber sole and heel, sold for siic.
White Canvass women's tennis shoes, sold for $1.00 imw S!lr.
white Panvass Mary J "mj chrome sole, sold for $1.25. now ?1.09.
White Canvass Mary Jane, chrome sole, sold for $1.10. now !U)c.
w'lltp nnnvmn 'ury Jniie. chrome pole, sold for SI. 00. now Sic.
wi)iti Canvass Mary Ji- leather sole sold for STk no" !'if.
White Canvass pump, no strap, tan, high heel, sold for $2.00, now' $1.19.
White Canvass childs', one strap, Mary Jane, leather sole, sold for $1.15
White Cnnvnss. missos' Mary Jane, one strap, rubber sole and heel, soli
for $1.25, now $1.09.
White Cnnvnss, mlsf," Mary Jane, one strap, rubber sole and heel, sold
for $1.50, now $1.19.
White Canvnss, women's Mary Jane, one strap, rubber sole and heel, sold
for $1.75, now $1.29.
If you want to get in on this come quick as there
are only a few pairs of each line of shoes left
STREET, TWO DOORS EAST OF NEWS OFFICE
First-class Repairing a Specialty .
A DIRECTORY OF MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MEN WHO WANT YOUR
BUSINESS AND WILL GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES
The House of Quality
EGGIMANN'S ICE CREAM
made out of tho
Purest of Jersey Croam
EGGIMANN'S CANDY KITCHEN phone 51
YOU GET ALL THE NEW8 THAT'S
"MADE IN SPRINGFIELD"
EVERY MONDAY AND THUR8DAY
Bobcrlptlon $1.5C per year Phono 2
E L E CTRICITY
For light, heat and power.
"Made in Springfield."
Oregon Power Co.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY AND
GET THE BEST, AT THE SAME TIME.
ROSEBUD BUTTER ,
at all grocers
White Mountain Ice Cream
AT KETEL'S AND PALACE OF SWEETS