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MONDAY, DEC. 24, 1017.
HE Sl'IUNQFIELD NEWS
TI11 Springfield Hews
g. C. DIMM, WALTER R. DIMM
Editors and Publishers
Published Every Monday and
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ectie. 0 UKCORRESPONDENTS
CAMP GREEK Ruby Crabtreo
THURSTON, Mrs. Walter Edmtstca
COftURQ . " Elsie Anderson
Mrs. Clara Chllds
Member of the. Willamette' Valley
MONDAY, DEC. 24r . 1917.
YOUR HELP NEEDED
In Pblaiid niost of the chil
dren under four years of age
are either dead or dying from
starvation. -The old and the
very young are-always the first
to succumb "when a country is
Through the American Red
Cross it is planned to send aid
to these starving Poles as soon
as adequate guarantees are
given that the money will not
cause food or funds to be re
leased for the benefit of the
German army now occupying
Try to picture the starvation
of Poland or Belgium, of other
neutrals and it will not be hard
for you to make up your mind
to conserve every bit of food
The Red Cross has begun a
nation-wide-, drive for member
ship. This is the only author
ized agency for extending relief
to suffering humanity. You
will be, given an opportunity to
hold a membership in this or
ganization and play a part in
helping to care for our soldiers
and sailors and feeding the
hungry, of our allies, so far as it
is possible for us to do.
Why must we be so careful '
about saving sugar? Because
sugar is a necessary food, and
not just something that we like
to eat because of the taste. Su-!
gar is the food that helps the j
body to stay warm, and it also j
provides it with energy. That is
Why soldiers, exposed in the'
trenches and working under
great strain, should have sugar
-more' sugar, even, than they
need at home. And the people j
of the Allied countries, working ,
harder than they ever did be
fore, to keep up with their coun
try's needs, should also have
much more sugar than they are
r .... . ,
t Nephew Is Wounded
Mrs, Annie. Knox has received word I
from relatives in New Brunswick
Btatlng that Mrs Knox' nephew, (
Lieutenant Wlnfleld Alllngham, whoj
Is with the Canadian forces in France,
had been seriously wounded while in
JBoldler Is Here from Camp Lewis
J. A. Hlnton, who is stationed at
Camp Lewis, American Lake, Wash
ington, is visiting for a few days at
tho J, T. Harbert homo near Spring
field'. Is yisltjjjg Herefrom Fort Stevens
Victor O'Rpurko, a mpmber pf ttho
Second company at Fort Stevens ,1b
spending a JTow . days wjth relatives
and friends near Springfield.
MRS. J. S. LUSBY ENTERTAINS
Tho Necdlccraft club vas delight
fully entertained at the homo of Mrs.
J. S. Lusby Thursday afternoon. At
the closo ot the afternoon delicious
refreshments woro servod by tho
hostess, assisted by Mrs. D. V. Crltcs
and Mrs. E. E. Martin.' Mrs. E. G.
Sutton was a guest ot tho club.
Members present woro: Mrs. E. E.
Martin, Mrs. It. P. MortonBon, Mrs.
D. W. Crites, Mrs. Wm. Dawson, Mrs.
Goorgo Catching, Mrs. R. U Drury,
and Mrs. II. E. Walker.
WHO ARE LEAVING SOON
Mtss Wanna McKtnney entertained
a few friends nt hor home Friday
evening in honor ot Mr. and Mrs.
Odls C Rnyburn, who leave soon for
their new home at MU Vernon, Wash
ington. The guests were: Mr. and
Mrs OdjB C. Rayburn, Florence Kop
ner, Russel Myers, Wendell Mc
Kinney,, and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mc
Ktnney. THIMBLE SOCIETY HAS
AN ALL-DAY MEETING
The Mt. Vernon Thimble society
met Thursday for an all-day meeting
at the home ot Mrs. James Tallafero.
Various kinds ot Christmas sewing
comprised the days pastime and at
noon a fine diner was served. Those
attending were: Mrs. Lee Davis, Mrs.
Carl Carpenter, Mrs. James McPher
son, Mrs. Alvah Armitago and Mrs.
C. L Gbrrle.
FIVE HUNDRED CLUB MEETS
WITH MRS. HOWARD WOODS
The Five Hundred Club met last
Thursday with Mrs. Howard Woods.
Members present were: Mrs. James
Stewart, Mrs. F. A. De Pue, Mrs. M.
M. Peery. Mrs. J. E. Edwards, Mrs.
E. G. Sutton, Mrs. Savage.of Eugene,
and Mrs. W. C. Robhnn. The next
meeting will be held with. Mrs. James
Stewart January 17.
ENTERTAIN AT DINNER
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Ncedham of
Thurston, were dinner guests at the
home ot Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Male, ot
Springfield yesterday. -
Girls Are Honarary Pail-Bearers - f
Four Springfield girls were honarary
pall-bearers at the funeral of Lavone
Russell, of Eugene, who was buried
yesterday afternoon. The members
of the class to which she belonged at
school while attending in the Spring
field, sent a floral offering.
Chamberlain's Tablets are Intended
especially for stomach trouble, bil
iousness and constipation, and have
met with much success in the treat
ment ot those diseases. People who
have suffered for years with stomach
trouble and have been unable to ob
tain 'any permanent relief, have been
completely cured by the use of these
tablets. Chamberlain's Tablets are
also of great value for biliousness.
Chronic constipation, may be permanently-
cured by taking Chamber
lain's Tablets and observing the plain
printed directions with each bottle.
R. H. Parker has moved his nous-
hold goods from the Cecil Calkins J
property on Seventh and Q streets to
Fifth and G streots and G. P. Smith
has moved into the property on Sev
enth and C streets.
For Sale, Rent, Wanted, Etc.
FOUND Fur coat belt near Metho
dist church. Owner may have
samo by calling at News office and
paying for this ad.
WANTED Marie and ash pin butts,
cut 50 Inches long and from 10 to
' 20 inches thick. Over 20 Inches
snllt in half. Must fie clear, sound
and straight Eraln. See the'
grain. See tho
FOR SALE My placo In West
Springfield of ll acres, with six
room house. Will sell at bargain,
small payment, with terms to suit.
C. E. Neet, Wanna, Oregon.
FOUND At Seventh and Main a la
dies tan glove for the left band.
Owner may have the glovo by cal
ling at tho Newa office, and paying
for this ad.
JVANTED-A young man, 15 to 1?
years to learn tho optical business.
Enquire Sherman W. Moody, Eugene.
ACTIVITIES OF OTHER
Dec. 22. Curtis Prlco, a Thurston
boy, who is a member of tho O. C. A.
at Fort Stovons arrived Thursday for
a ten days visit with hln parents and
jthor relatives and friends at this
Miss Margaret Rawllngs a mombor
ot tho Thurston high school faculty, j
icu louny 10 spenu nor vacation wun
relatives in Washington.
Miss Molllo Tootors has left for a
two weekB visit with hor parents at1
Mr. and Mrs. James Farrell, of Eu
gene, havo rented tho John Nice
croporty nt this place. (
Taylor Noedham, who has boon om-j
ployed at Cascadta for somo time .
visited his homo horo this week. I
Mrs. Clara Hurst and children, of
Eugeno, visited at tho homes of hor
brothers, Frank and Charles Taylor,
last week. 1
Link Yarnoll has returned from a
visit in Washington.
Howard Piatt's relatives received a
letter from him today stating ho was j
now stationed with United States
troops in France.
Miss Zimmerman left today for at
visit with hor parents at Portland. j
Mtss Elisabeth McMahan, who has '
been attondlng school InEugeno, ar-j
nvea nomo vouay 10 spenu ncr vaca- i
tiqn with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
O. A. McMahan.
Interesting programs wore rendered
by the pupils ot both tho high school
and crammar school at this nlaco to-
Tho Red Cross hold a very Interest
ing all-day meeting at tho hall last
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NoUce is hereby given that tho un
redslgned has been appointed admin
istrator of the estate of Maria Minor,
deceased, by the Judgo of the County
Court for Lane County, Oregon.
All persons having claims against
said estate are hereby notified to pro-
sent tno same, properly verified and
with tho proper vouchers, to the
administrator at the office of Young
& Ray, in the County Court House,
within six months from the dato of
tho first publication ot this notice
Date of the first publication of this
notice, Dec. 10. 1917.
JESSE A. FOUNTAIN.
Administrator of the estate of Maria
Dec.10,17,24,31 ; Jan.7.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersimed has been aDDOlnted ad-
mlnlstratrix with the will annexed ot
the estate ot John Tucker, deceased,
I by the Judgo of the County Court lor
Lane County, Oregon.
All persons having claims against
said estate are hereby notmou to pro
sent tho same, nronerly verified and
with the proper vouchers, to the ad
ministratrix at tno ornce 01 young &
Ray, In the county Court House, with
in six months from the date of the
first publication of this- notice.
Date of tho first publication of this
notice Is Dec. 3, 1917.
MARY F. SPARKS,
Administratrix with the will an
nexed of the estate ot. John Tucker,
Young & Ray, Attorneys for estate.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given that by an
order of the County Court of Lano
County, Oregon, duly made and en
tered of record on the 3d day of De
cember, 1917, in tho matter of the
estate of Ole Holverson, deceased, tho
undersigned was duly appointed ad-
tratrlx of said estate.
All persons having claims agaJnst
said estato are hereby required to
nresent the same, duly verified, to tho
undersigned at tho law office of Pot
ter & Immel, in Eugene, Lano Coun-
ty, Oregon, on or before six months ,
from the date hereof.
Bated this 0th day or December,
HANNAH E. HOLVERSON,.
Administratrix 01 tho estate of Ole
Potter & Irnmel, Att'ys for estate.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR
roUNTY OF LANE
Gladys Zang )
I VS C SUMMONS
iJ. F. Zarrg, J
Tn .T P Kane, dofenuaht:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
of OREGON: You aro hereby ro;i
qufrod to apt ear and answer the com?
plaint fijod against, you in the above 1
entitled fault within six weeks from'
the dftv of tho first publication horo-.
. . 1 nnM,,la If ,,,-.. In I
01 jv 01 jJurBuiim v' vo fc wv .
person without tho state, and if you
fall to appear or answer for want
thereof the plaintiff will take a de
cree against you for tho relief prayed
for In tho complaint, to-wlt, tho dis
solution of the marriage relation now
existing between plaintiff and de
fendant, tho custody of Olga tho
minor child, and such other relief as
to the court may seem equitable.
This summons is required to bo
published "once each week for six suc
cessive weeks by order of Hon. J. W.
Hamilton Judge of. said court dated
,Nov. 7th 1917 and tho date pf tho
first ''publication hereof Is Nov. 8th
1917. , :'
C. A. WJNTERMEIER
Attorney for Plaintiff residing at
IN THE CIRCUIT CQURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON, FOR THE
COUNTY OF LANE.
A. II, Joslln and
Harriot O. Jnnlln
Tho unknown hairs ot
Norrls Humnhroy de
ceased, also all other
porsons or parties un-, SUMMONS
known claiming any
right, title estate llonv
or Interest In tho real 1
ostato doBcrlbod In tho I
To each ot tho nforosald dofondnnts,
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You aro horeby required
to appear and answer the complaint
filed against you in the nbovo en
titled suit within six wooks from tho 1
day ot tho first publication ho roof
and It you fall to appear or answer
for wnnt thereof tho plaintiff will tnko
a docroa against you removing tho
cloud from tho following described
premlsos: Beginning at a point 10
rodswest from tho Inner angle cornor
of tho E. W. Bagby and wife D. L. C.
Not. No. 5022 CI. No. 37 In Tp. 17 S.
R. G W. ot W. M. In Lnno County
Oregon; thonco south 42 rods and 19
links; thonco cast 33 rods; thonco
south 26 rods; thonco west 10 rods;
thenco south 21 rods and 0 links to
tho south boundary of said I). L. C.
and thence west on south boundary
ot said claim to a point 30.67 chains
east rrom tno soutnwest cornor or
Bald D. L. C. being 75 rods and 6 links;
thenco north 90 rods to n point 30.67
chains east from tho westerly north
west corner of said D. L. C. and thenco
east on tho most southorly north boun
dary lino ot said D. L. C. to placo of
beginning bolng 53 rods and g links
and containing 3S acres more or loss;
that plaintiffs bo declared to bo tho
owners In too simple ot said promises
and tho defendants and each of thorn'
be barred of all and be declared to
have no right tltlo or Interest In or
to said promises or any part thereof.
This summons Is published once
.each week for six, consecutlvo wcokB
by order ot Hon: a. F. Sklpworth
Judgo of 8a 13 Court dated Nov. 17th.
1917" and tho da'o ot first publication1
hereof 1b Nov. 19th 1917.
C. A. WINTERMEIER.
Attornoy for Plaintiff residing at
See What Ed. Dompior Is Do
ing for His Country!
He is now prepared to ac
commodate anybody and
everybody in any class of
business. He has just started a
and now buys all kinds of
dead, animals, hides, pelts and
furs of all kinds and all kinds
He has good saddle ponies
out and he will also
SHOE YOUR HORSES
do your repairing and feed
your horses, all in the same
building while you are getting
your work done.
Any party haying poor ani
mals or dead animals or poor
hogs, that thoy are not able to
feed, he will buy them. Call
him up by
Telephone 30, Springfield
Mr. Dompler is a public
benefactor. He buys and
turns Into money many arti
cles that seem to be of no
value, thereby helping many
people to many extra dollars.
jM The Christmas gift untnual
The light that says
"There k is!'?
Tho uosful gift is remembered
and so is tho giver. Anyone
who is lucky enough to get
ono of these handy Eveready
Daylo's for Christmas, will
thank tho giver many times.
An Eveready Daylo is light in
Its safest and most convenient
form. Many styles, prices from
75 cents, up.
a. I J. M M MrA MtWA U
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EJJGENE, OREGON v ',
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MERRY XMAS. YOU SHOULD SEE THE HAP
PY FACES THAT COME INTO OUR BANK TO GET
SOME OF THE MONEY THEY BANKED DURING
THE PAST YEAR TO BUY PRESENTS FOR THEIR
SOME COME IN TO START BANK ACCOUNTS
FOR THEIR CHILDREN (THE BEST PRESENT OF
ALL). SOME START BANK ACCOUNTS BEFORE
THE FIRST OF THE YEAR SO AS TO GET A GOOD
THEY WILL BE HAPPY NEXT YEAR.
BANK WITH US
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