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FRIDAY. JULY II. 1919
TIIB SPRINGFIELD NEWS
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
CARLTON V. TACK and S. VANCE CAULKY. Publishers.
CARLTON W. TACK, Editor.
Published Every Friday at Springfield. Lane County. Oregon.
Ki.tercd at the I'ostoftke at Springfield. Oregon. Second clas Matter.
February S4. 190.1.
srnsouuTioN ratks :
'On Year $100 i Thrw Month - 60c
etx Months U-03 I WngW Cop? 6c
One year, whea ald in advance, or before exaratUm..
FRIDAY, JULY 11.1919.
WEATHER EXTREMELY WARM.
This part of the country haa been
having aome pretty warm wather the
past few days. The thermometer rcg
laered 90 Tuesday and Wednesday It
reached 94. while today It haa taken
a drop again, and the clouda and alight
breeie haa mad living more comfortable.
The most unioiMilar taxation ovor Inwnted In this country
is the so-eallod luxury" lax which places discriminatory taxation
on one industry to the exclusion of another. In most instances
articles classed as luxuries are every day necessities and the tax
simply adds to the cost of living.
As an illustration, candy is called a luxury, while the milk,
sugar and chocolate entering into its manufacture are not. The
requirements of the army proved candy to be a necessity, not a
The public will pay its necessary tax bills without coinpiatnt,
but "nagging" taxes will always cause dissatisfaction ami should
HOPE FOR WATER POWER LEGISLATION
So far the present congress has indicated a desire to give
the country the much-needed lgieslation that will enable develop
the country the much-needed legislation that will enable the
country to enter upon the new era of industrial development just
N Congressman Esch has reintroduced the so-called admin
istration bill, passed by the house in the last congress, but lost in
the senate as the result of the filibuster at the close of the session.
Two bills adhering to the main features of the .administration
measure have been introduced in the senate.
Those who are following the legislation believe that the passage
of the Esch bill would bring about a speedy agreement on a suit
able measure between the two branches of congress, and insure
action at the present session. Seemingly the various faction 4
heretofore in controversy on water power legislation are united
in support of the administration bill, and the long struggle to get
action appears to be ncaring an end.
The Joy of Living
To enjoy life we muat hare good
health. No one can reasonably hope
to gel much real pleasure out of life
when hla bowela are clogged a good
enure of the time and the polaona thnt
should be expelled are abaorbed Into
the system., producing headache and
'ndtgestlon. A few doses of Chamber
lain' Tablets will movo the bowel,
strengthen tint dlgeatlon and give you
a chance to renllxe the real Joy of tir
ing. Try It.
OIL. MOTHER OF MOTION
Everv dav necessities often become so common that their i
actual value is not really appreciated until supply is cut off.
As an example take sugar during the war. Until the supply
-was cut off the public never realized that it was one of our main
articles of food.
Few people think of oil as aiuabsolute necessity, yet if It were
not for oil modern civilization would end.
The miner depends on it for light as does the farmer on his
out of the way farm. The housewife uses it in many different
forms in housekeeping and the wheels of industry would be
Varalyzed without it. It is the life blood of the mighty dynamos
generating the World's electric current, of the engines in our
fleets, of etir locomotives, airplanes, automobiles, tractors, and
of every industry and wheel that moves.
Remove oil from the world today and the world could cease
its progress as quickly as if the sun were withdrawn.
This country leads the world in oil production and as a result
it also leads in invention and conveniences of life.
The oil prospector and oil development should be encouraged
in evey way possible and our national government should reverse
its jtolicy of prosecution and discouragement ot ou operators to,
one of co-operation and encouragement. i
NOTU'K IS HRKKltY OIVKX that
the undersigned Administrator of the
estate of George V. Cleveland, deccaa
ed haa rendered and flit I In the
Count- Court of the Slate of Oregon
for Lane County, his final account ami
that said Court by an order duly made
and entered therein has fixed aud ap
pointed Saturday, August 9th. 191U
at the hour of ten o'clock In the
forenoon as the day and time for
hearing objections to said final ac
count and for the settlement thereof.
All objections to said final account
must be In writing and filed with the
clerk of said court on or before said
day and time.
I.. K. PACK.
Administrator of the estate of George
W. Cleveland, deceased.
First publication. July It. 1919; last
nihlicatlon. August 8. 19li.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for laite County.
Frank Noland. Plaintiff, va. C. V.
Wise, et al. Defendants.
To C. ' Wise. Defendant.
You are hereby required and sum
moned to appear and answer the com
plaint on file herein. In the above en
titled Court within six weeks from
the first date of publication of this
summons, and If you full to ao ppeur
mil answer, the plaintiff will take
Judgment itgulust you by dufnult. as
prayed for in said complaint, towit:
for the sum of $:lu7.0. filing fees,
reasonable attorney's fees, for fore
closing liens, for the foreclosure of
said liens so adjudged, upon said
automobile, and the sale thereof, as
by law required, and the proceeds
If "1 VI U M
hit A - jiL.b 1i
B.J. RHMlU ttlHKO C.
TALK iibout smokes. Prince Albert
is geared to a joy handout standard
that just lavishes smokehappiness on
every man game enough to make a bee line for a
tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe old or new!
Get it straight that what you've hankered for in
pipe or cigarette makin's smokes you'll find aplenty
in P. A. That's because P. A. has the quality !
You can't any more make Prince Albert bite your
tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horse
drink when he's off the water ! Bite and parch are cut
out by our exclusive patented process !
You just lay back like a regular fellow and puff to beat
the cards and wonder why in snmhill you didn't nail a
section in the P. A. smokepasture longer than you care
to'remember back I
' Buy Vine Albert pvtryuihir tohacto it told. Toppy fd baft,
tidy ttd tint, handtom pound and Kalf pound tin humidoranj
thai cltvr, practical pound cry tat gluts humidor with tpnngm
mouttnmr top that kttpt tht tobacco in tuch pmrfmct condition.
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Winston-Salem, N. C
to the Court may seem meet and' Vou are further notified Hint said I after Ilia llrst publication of thla
I roier . , H. I.. Slmlley has paid taxes ono said summons cvt-luslva of the day of said
This summons Is published once a nr ki. for .,ii,,r nr HuiiMemieni I first publication, and defend this ac-
therefrom applied toward the puyment week for six consecutive and sucres-, years with the rate of interest on said!""" "r pay the amount due a abevo
snown logi'innr kiwi costs ana
sum of $30 M
of said Judgement, costs, fees and arislve weeks In the Springfield News, k amounts as follows:
truing costs, and such other and fur-' weekly iiewsparer published at tfprlng-l On April 7, 1917. the
ther relief as the Court may deem Just
That the aforesaid summons, is pub
lished by order of the Don. O. V,
Skipworth, made and executed upon
'he 26th day of June. 1919, decreeing
that said summons be published for
six successive weeks, at least once
each week. In the Springfield News,
and that a copy of said complaint and
summons be properly addressed,
itamped and deposited in the Post
ffice, to suid defendant, forthwith, at
Toppenlsh. Washington. That first
late of publication is Friday, June
be 27th. 1919.
U K KDMI NSOW
Attorney fur I'laiutiff.
Kirst publication July 27. 1919. last
publication August 1. 1919.
field, l-ane County, Oregon, by order! for taxes of the ear 191f.
of the lion. . K. Skipworth. circuit On Aprl! ?. 1917. the sum of $32 IS
Judge of said Court and Slate audi for taxes of the year 19H5.
dated this 1st day of July. 1919; the' On April 6. 1910. the miiii oi $27. M)
time of the first publication la on the for taxes of the year 1917.
4th day of July, 1919, and the lust' On March 21, 1919. the sum of $33 20
publication Is on the Mil day of for taxes of the year 191N.
August, 1919. All of the above amounts bear In
VAI.TKR B. JONKS j tercsl at the rule of 1". per t ent per
Attorney for Plaintiff annum.
Address. Kugene Oregon.! Said Arnt Anderson as the owuvr
First publication, July 4; last pub-; of the legul title of the above dest-rlti
( riu-ii Interest and In case of your
failure to do so, a decree will be rend
ered foreclosing the lien of aald tales
and costs against the land and prem
ises above named.
This summons ta published by order
of the Honorable U K. Skipworth,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the State
of liregono for the County of lane and
-nld order was made and dated this
2Sth day of May. 1919. and the date
of the first piibl'catlon of this autu-
li-ution, August 8.
END POLITICAL REGULATION OR KILL INDUSTRY
Has the country pone "repulation"' crazy?
The railroads, public utilities, shipping and shipbuilding in
dustry have been virr t ally regulated to death as they can no
longer stand on their own feet without government support in
the shape of" taxpayeis' money to meet deficits due to "regula
tion" requiring them to run at a loss.
Now the politicians turn to new fields as an excuse for hold
ing their own jobs and der ide that the meat packing industry needs
"regulation." At" present the industry is self-supporting and tin
man who buys moat pays for it. I'mk-r five years of "regulation '
the general taxpayer would begin to pay for somebody else's meat,
the same as he does now to 'cover railroad deficits in order to
allow cheap rales for the man who rides.
If the par-Uuig industry goes' under political "regulation," how
will the pi ic e he ret on goods bought from the farmer? Never
liefore in history ha he received such prices for hogs, cattle,
t-hcep, etc. Statistics show that prices of farm products have in
cread a greater per cent than any other line of industry. Yoy
can't regulate the manufacturing end of a business anil let th.:
end furnishing the raw products run wild. Of course the poli
ticians don't mention any regulation for the farmer, it wouldn't
lie popular, but the regulation will be there just the same.
Political meddling with business in this country must stop or
the tax bill to suppoit the taxeaters, and the cost of living will be
tfriv" to a point which will bankrupt the common citizen and
In tbe Circuit Court of the
Oregon for Ijne County.
Kenneth Campbell, I'lalntiff,
tsie Simpson, Defendant.
To Hessie Simpson. Defendant :
Vou are hereby required and sum-
SENATE COMBATTING RADICALISM
The United States Senate has awakened to the need of laws
to curb the forces of anarchy and violence.
The Senate Judiciary Sub-Committee has made a report re
garding radicalism, lawlessness and violence in America and Hol
Khevism as exemplified by Soviet rule in Kussa.
IJolshevism was excoriated in the report as a dictatorship of
class" and a "direct challenge" to Christianity and civilization; a
tyranny of autocracy. In America, the committee declared, it
is "a slogan of the elements of unrest and discontent,"
.What the committee characterized as "parlor liolshevlki" ai"
also aiding propaganda, while "well-meaning persons have been
deceived" into advocacy of Bolshevism in this country.
"In co-operation with the revolutionary elements," the rejort
continued, "destruction of existing' social and governmental
JnBtitulioiiB by violent methods is being promoted."
"More reprehensible than the alien element," are the natural
ized Americans in the movement.
Recommendations by the sulK-ommittee for legislation in
clude: A permanent law, similar to the wartime espionage acr.
designed to control "forces of anarchy and violence" and ade
quately protect our national Bo.vereignty and our established
institutions; Strict regulation of the manufacture, distribution
,naRffofi of hieh explosives: Itegulaton of "mushroom
organisations" and special interests which propagate "notions
tmr irAttni-ninent KrtHolo ev. benevolence or what not:" Cor-t-fd
and rer "lalion of foreign language publications.
In the Circuit Court of the Slate of
Oregon for I.ano County."
John CI. Cosas. I'lalntiff. vs. Alle
-, I Cosas, IWenilalil
i. IX TDK XAMK OF TDK STATK OK
State of j ltKtJON: You are hereby summoned
'and required to be and appear In the
vs. Bee- above entitled Court and cause tuid
answer tb; complaint of the plaintiff I
on file herein against you wl lilii six
weuks from the date of the first, pub'i-
noiied to a linear mid answer the coin-! 1 ailoil or tills summons, said Hf-nl
plaint of the plaintiff filed in the . '"''"K " ,h,! '"'I' ''"X "f J'""'- 191!'.
ibove entitled Court within six weeks' an(l ,f V" " fail ,() appear ami
from the first date of publication of " "aid complaint within said
his summons, and if you fail to so a- D'"'""" "l apply to s-jld Court
ear and answer, the plaintiff, will f,,r r,""f prayed for in said com.
ake Judgment bv default against you ',ulnt an'1 for fu" ''''''' 'n'lH
is praved for in said complaint, towlt: ls -reil upon you by pihlici-
or a decree to the effect ,iori '" Springfield News, a news
, , .. . . . , . . , paper published in Springfield. I. line
hat the certain Judgment, aK1,,i.st this (-olnitv, 0,,.K(,nf tor six coi.sccmlve
.laint.fl. rendered in favor of efend , weeh ,,y or,,,.r )f e (. K
nt herein, and filed and recorded, on ' skipworth. Judge of the above Curt,
fune 2Jnd. 1917, In the journal of this ai( 0r,,r ,.,,. ell.r all(1 ,,,,, f
court in volume 21, a' page .W,. ,e set ! M.r(, JuilP ,np ,llh 1!m
aside, cancelled and held for naught, j ,):lU. (), rirH, I)U,i(.atlon js June 20.
nd that plaintiff have Judgment foi . MIK and last date. August 1,191!.
mho, and disbursements of this suit! ( jj KISSl.NCKIt
md such other and further relief as to I Attorney for plaintiff
he Court may seem Just and eoultabte j Itesidence. Kugene, Oregon
That the aforesaid summons, is pub-!
'shed by order of the Hon. J. F. Skip-! ' ' ''
worth, made the 26th day of Juiie.flN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
t919. decreeing that this summons be! STATE -OF OREGON FOR LANE
published once each week for six sue-' COUNTY.
coHRive weeks. In the Springfield t
News and that a copy of said sum- j Summons for Publication In Foreclo
mons with complaint, be enclosed, I sure of Tax (den.
properly addressed and depos'ted In j II. 1,. Sludlcy, I'lulntllT. vs. Arnt An
'lie I 'oh i Office, at Kugene, Oregon,! derson, Marie Anderson, his wife;
with postage prepaid and addressed! National Kurety Co., a corporation:
mons in the :ituh day of May. 1919
ed proper. un the same aper of. All process and papers In this pnv
record, and each of the other pet sons . , eeditig may be served upon the
above named an- k rcl further not I- mule rnigtied residing within the State
fied thai II I, Stinlh ) will apply to f Oregon, at the address hereinafter
the Circuit Court of lh County and mentioned
mate afdrca'il for a .le. iee fonclos WAl.TKIt H JONKS.
in k the lien i.aaiiivt the propi rty; Attorney for the I'lalntiff.
above described, and mentioned In Address, Kugene, Oregon.
naid certificate. Ami yon aic lu-rchy First publication May 140. 1919; last
summoned to appear w hhiu sixty days puhlU ation Aug I, 1919.
to said defendant, forthwith at Wash
Ington, U. (.'.
The first date of publication is the
Uth day or July. 1919.
A. C. WOODCOCK
U. It. KDMI'NSOX.
AttoriR-ys for I'lalntiff.
In the Circuit Court for the Stute of
Oregon, In and for l.ane County.
Myrtle Henley. I'lalntiff, vs. Will II.
In the name of the Slate of Oregon
you are hereby required to arpear and
answer the plaintiff's complaint filed
against, you in the above entitled
Court and answer wiililn six weeks
from the date of the lli sl publication j Delinquency numbered 1018, Issued
of this summons, mid the date of the on the 7th day of April, 1917, by the
rirst publication of this summons Is . Tax Collector of the County of Lane,
fixed by the order of the Judge here- Slate of Oregon, for th) utnount of
in as the 4 1 It day of July, 1919, and If I $52. &7. the same being the amount
you so fail to appear and answer lis 'then due and delinquent for tuxes for
the year 19M, together Willi penally,
Interest mill cop Is I hereon upon the
real property iihsessed to you, of
which you are the owner as uppeura
of records, ailiiaied In said county and
stute, nnd particularly bounded and
ii""-!hei us follows, to-wit:
S. W, of N. W. V, and W of
S. W. ,;. Section U0, Tp. 18 B., H. 5
Mary T. O'Brien and J. T. O'Brien,
her husband, and ull persona un
known. If any, having or claiming
an Interest or estate in and to the
hereinafter described real property,
To Arnt Aniiersou, Marie Anderson,
his wife; National Hui-eiy Company,
a corporation; Mary T. O'Brien and
J. T. O'Brien, her husband, and all
perwojiH unknown, if any, having or
claiming an Interest or estate in
and to the hereinafter described
real properly, the above named de
fendant. In the name of the State of Oregon:
Vou are hereby notified that II. D.
Ktudley, the bolder of Certificate of
herein required for want i hereof plain
tiff will apply to said Court for the
relief demanded and prayed for In said
complaint, which Is a decree from said
Court declaring Ihut man Ihk con
tract now and heretofore exist lug be
tween plaintiff and defeuihiiit be for-,'-er
"'Isko'vo'' -"I that plalnt ff be
, . ..iiiii i ric piainim nereui, aim
for such other and further relict m(W' W. M., Dune County, Oregon
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