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THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
T. VIISDAY, NOV. 22, 1017.
War, Draft iae
Every Registered Man Is Re
quired to Fill Out Question
aire in Next Three Weeks.
Every man registered for too draft
Will be sent a qucBtionalre In the
next two or throe weeks that ho must
fill out and return within seven days
to his local exemption board.
These questionnaires are lens and
the answers to somo ot the questions j
Nov, 19. Hovorcnd Kelfer held
proachtng services hero Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. 1). Stephens and
sons, Charlie and Chester, and 12. K.
Ilrattain went to Eugene today to nt
tend tho funeral ot Alvlo llrown. Mr.
Urown lived horo soveral years be
fore moving to Eugene, and ho leaves
many friends hero.
J. A. Crabtree returned to Uo lnnv
bor camp at Wendllng Sunday aftor
spending a week with his family
Arthur Brabham Is hero digging
potatoes for R. A. Stephens.
N. B. Qasselor Ib at Thurston dig'
may require considerable study. But
though Uncle Sam will insist that all KnR potatoes,
the questions be answered ho is go- Mr. and Mrs. E. Mastoreon went to
ing to safeguard tho rights of every j Springfield today with a load of po-
xnan by providing him with free legal tatoes.
assistance and advice" in writing out
To this end the Government Is
about to mobilize all the lawyers of
the country for patriotic service. The
mobilisation will be voluntary but
every lawyer will be expected to do
his bit and volunteer.
State, county and district l!gal ad
visory boards are to be formed at
to take charge of Uiis work within
each district. The "chairman of each
county board will be, whenever prac
ticable, the county Judge or a Judge
of tho circuit court.
These legal advisory boards will be
held responsible for seeing that a
Harold Hartley has returned to his
work at Marshflcld after spending a
week with relatives horo.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Long, Horace
Long, Freda Long and Vera Smith,
of Harrlsburg, spent Sunday with
S. E. Llbby, of Eugcno, has boon
here for the past week putting In
grain on his ranch.
once in Oregon, as in nil othar states, L Charlie Jack spent Sunday with his
father, W. A. Jack, ot Upper Camp
Strikor and Hecart havo completed,
the bridge they were building across
the water ditch here.
Miss Chlora Mastcrson, who is at
tending high school In Eugcno spent
competent force of lawyers, or quail- j the week end at her homo hero,
fled laymen, Is at all times available
tor consultation by all registrants
desiring their services, during the
period when the questionnaires are
to be answered.
Not only that, but the legal ad.
7lsory boards will delegate these du
Ses to lawyers in the smaller towns
uid villages, so that wherever a reg
istered man may be, he will have
available a competent legal advisor
to help him make out his question
naire. So far as the lawyers are con
cerned, it will all be a labor of pa
triotism on their part. Not a cent
will they charge any registrant for
"It should be the pride of every
lawyer," says a statement by the War
Department, "that no registrant
-within his district is without compe
tent legal advice and assistance in
preparing all papers that such regis
trant Is required to submit in the
process of the selection of citizens of
this nation for duty in
Randyal Chase, who has been at
tending high school In Eugene, camo
home Saturday and Is going to high
school at Waltervlllo now.
George Hartley went to Wendling
Sunday to work in the lumber camp
Wtilter Stephens was at Harrls
burg last week trying to find a ranch
to rent for this coming year.
Is On Way to New York
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Thompson, of
Springfield, have received word from
their son, Earl, who Is a member of
he U. S. engineering corps, stating
that he has left Fort Logan, Colo
rado, where he. has been stationed for
some time and is on his way to Madi
son Barracks, New York.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ESTATE OF FERDINAND RENNE,
NcUce Is hereby given that Chanes
L. Scott has been duly appointed Ad
ministrator of the Estate of Ferdln-
the present and Renne, deceased, by the County
judge or Lane t ouniy, uregon.
I All norenno hovlni' nlnlmn npainst
The prompt filling out and return sald Estate are hereby notified to
of questionnaires to local exemption present the same to the Adminlstra-
. , . , . . , , .. . tor at the First National Bank, Spring
boards by registrants is of the great- f,e!(j( Oregon, with the necessary vou-
est importance. On the information chers, within six months from tho date
obtained through the questionnaires 1 of this noce.
will be based the new system of clas
sification on which selection of men
lor military service under the draft
feercafter will be made.
Dated October 25th. 1917.
CHARLES L. SCOTT.
GEO. B. DORRIS,
Attorney for the Estate.
TO ALL STATIONS IN
To all Southern Pacific Stations in
Oregon, Sale dates Nov. 28 and 29.
Return limit December 3, 1917.
To all Southern Pacific Stations in
California, Sale dates Nov. 24, 25,
2G and 27. Return limit December
Ask your local agent for information
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent
SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES
We are authorized under the Federal Reserve
Law to act as an Executor, Administrator, Guardian
This is a new service our officers will be glad to
discuss with you.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, EUGENE, ORFGON.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, STATE
OF OREGON, LANE COUNTY.
Frioila Thompson, v
Otis C Thompson, I
TO OTIS C, THOMPSON. Defendant:
IN THE NAMK OF THE STATU
OF OREGON: You aro horoby re
quired to appear and auswor Com
plaint horoln on or boforo six weeks
from first publication hereof, and If
you fall, plaintiff will apply to tho
court for a decroo ot absoluto dtvorco
and restoring her maiden name, as
prayed for In complaint.
Published onco a week tor six
weeks In Springfield Nows by order
of G. F. Sklpworth, Judgo, made Oct.
9th 1917. First published Oct. 11th
Atty. tor Plaintiff.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR 1
COUNTY OF LANE
rink Butts, ,
L. E. Butts, (
Defendant I I
TO L. M BUTTS. Defendant: '
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON: You aro hereby re
quired to appear nnd nnswer tho com
plaint filed against you In the aliovo
3ntltt0d null within six wooks from
tho day ot tho first nubl cation horo
ot or of personal service If norvoil In
perron without tho state, nnd It you
full to answer or npponr for want
thereof tho pinlntitr will taKo a no
croo against you for tho rollof prayed
for in tho complaint, to-wlt tho dis
solution ot tho marriage rotation now
existing between vlulntur and uoronii
nut, tho resumption of hor maiden
natno nnd such oth r relief as tho
court may doom oqultnblo.
This summons Is required to bo
published six consucutlvo woukn by
order of G. F. Sklnworth Judgo ot
said court dated Oct. 31st, 1917, and
tho data of tho first publication here
of Is Nov. lBt. 1917.
C. A. WINTKIlMKlKll,
Attornoy for plaintiff residing nt
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION 07C00
Department of tho Interior
U. S. Land Offlco at Ilosotiurg, Ore-
gon, November G, 1917.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Albert
Grnvos, of Vlda, Oregon, who, on Oc
tober 19, 1911, made Homestead Kn-'
try. Borlnl No. 07600, for tho Ni of,
NKVi. NKVl of NWtt and Iot 1 of Sec
tion 30', Township 10 S, Range 2 K., Wll
lnmettu Morldlau, has tiled notice of
Intention to make Final Five-year
Proof, to ostnbllsh claim to tho laud
nbovo described, before E. O. Imtnel,
U. S. Commissioner, at his offlco nt
Eugene, Oregon, on tho 21nt day of
Docomhor, 1917. . . ....i
Claimant nnmes ins vltnonBon:
Mntt L. Ryckmnn, of Luahurg. Ore
gon. Iko Whltoloy, of Vldn, Oregon.
Clmrlus Shepnrd, ot Kugono, Ore
Rdu. Colin Fish, ot Kukmio, Oregon,
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