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THE POLK COUNTY OBSERVES, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1915. rJ
.Ai-iluul ns heiiir covered uy me nra Tiy
Published Each Tuesday and Friday.
Office S17-619 Court Street
Telenhone Main 19
BY LEW A. CATES.
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No subscription taken unless paid
for In advance. This Is imperative.
Entered as second-class matter
the Postofflce at Dallas, Oregon.
KEEP OUT POLITICS.
It is perfectly plain that it would
be a grave mistake to attempt to make
a partisan issue out of the question
of preparedness, and the reassuring
advices which come from W ashmg'on
on this point cannot fail to be pleas
ing and gratifying to the people gen
erally. On the other hand, we are
told that the members of both po
litical parties are inclined to regard
and handle this great question in a
spirit of true patriotism, which is the
only way it should be handled, and
also the only way it can be settled
, right and for the interests of the
nation as a whole. Of course no
American citizen "with a lick of
sense" would fail to favor and sup
port an ample program for the na
tional defense, if lie believed the
county was in real danger, or was
likely to be in the future. And it fol
lows, of course, that those who op
pose this program do so under the be
lief that no real danger threatens,
and that it therefore would be a waste
of money (perhaps also be setting a
bad example) to adopt an elaborate
program of national defenses, other
wise known as a program of prepar
edness. From whatever standpoint the ques
tion is viewed, however, it must be ad
mitted that it is one of supreme im
portance and should not be obscured
by partisan discussion or political!
consideration. The love of the Uni
ted States is not confined to the mem
bers of any one party, but is a thing
common to all true citizens. Every
citizen also has a personal interest
in the welfare of his country, for if
the latter should be assailed by ene
mies each citizen of the nation would
have to shoulder a share of the injury.
Preparedness will cost much money,
it is true, but it may prove far cheap
er in the end to provide such safe
guard against unforseen contingen
cies. Advocates of preparedness in
sist that this policy bears a similarity
to taking out fire insurance it is an
investment against disaster and losses
and is, therefore, good business. But
at all events it is a question to be
settled on its merits, after honest and
careful deliberation, and with every
trace and tinge of politics entirely
cans play fair with the people, how
ever, heal their factional differences
and put forward a national ticket
that will command the respect and
confidence of all party members, they
at least will keep the democrats guess
ing. And they may do even better
than this, for there are some things
which make next year look like a re
publican year providing the republi
can leaders do not spoil it by " botch
ing" the game.
The recent successful test of the
western division of the St. Paul road
which has been electrified at an ex
pense of $20,000,00, has attracted
much attention and also has ser?ed
to revive predictions of extensive im
provements of like character in o;ner
parts of the country. Quite a number
of railroads during recent years have
installed electric service for termin
als and local passenger traffic, but
the St. Paul is the first company to
try this svstem for a large division
(440 miles) and for the movement of
freight as well as passenger trains.
And the initial testa of this new im
provement have proved so entire!;
satisfactory that already there
talk that the company may decide to
lextend this system to the Pacific
coast, and perhaps eventually over
the whole line.
We are told that the immense en
gines which have been put in service
over that portion of the road already
electrified have no fear of snow Mock'
ades, as they reach the maximum of
mechanical efficiency and roll 'nto
their stations on schedule time regard
less of wind, snow and weather.
great economy will result in the abo!
ition of needless yards and round
houses, in a lengthening of divisions
and in increasing the tonnage cf
In other words, the St. Paul roa'l
has responded very promptly a ad
very definitely to the public demand
for better service. The officers of
the road are so delighted with the
results so far achieved that further
improvements in this line are only a
question of time. If at one stroke,
the St. Paul can do away .vitli snow
trouble and other delays incident to
weather, and can also practical'.; dou
ble the load hauled, it is manifest
that it is measuring up to the de
mands made upon it by the gci.tral
public for service. And it goes with
out saying that other roads are hound
to sooner or later adopt this sa'ne
system to a more or less extent, it
being the confident prediction of some
experts that before many years elapse
a considerable portion of tho rail
roads or. this nation will lio ustni
electricity for motive power, for their
passenger service, at least.
NOTICE TO CREDITOS.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, Oscar Hnyter, has been du
ly appointed by the County Court of
the State of Oregon for the County
of Polk, administrator of. the estate
of Thaddeus Clark Shaffr, deceased,
and has qualified.
All persons having cSaims against
the said estate are hereby required to
present them, duly verified, with the
proper vouchers, wi(pin six months
from the date of tbs notice, to the
said a'dministrator lit his law offices
in the Dallas City Bank Building, in
said County of Polk.
Dated and first .published, Novem
ber 23, 1915.
Administrator of the estate of Thad
deus Clark Shaffer, deceased.
A significant feeling of confidence
is displayed by the republican nation
al committee members in deciding to
have the next republican national con
vention occur a week ahead of the
convention of the democrats. This is
a violation of a long established pre
cedent, which holds that the party
in power shall hold its convention
first, review its achievements, renew
its promises and outline fresh poli
cies of administration on which it
bases its hope of vindication and re
tention in authority. Customarily
this is followed by the convention of
the minority party, which too often
picks its standard bearer with spec
ial consideration for political geog
raphy and party expediency and
adopts a platform usually devoted
largely to criticism and denunciation
of the party in power.
This year, however, the republican
party leaders have decided to ignore
this precedent, with apparent deter
mination to assume the aggressive
and force the fighting all along the
line. Instead of allowing the demo
crats to take the load in selecting a
ticket, outlining issues and defining
political questions in which the Amer
ican people are interested and con
cerned, the republicans propose to
"beat them to it" and thus put the
democrats in the position of making
a stern chase, which proverbially is
a long chase, with the advantages
held by the leaders. It is an inter
esting tactical move and one that will
be watched with much interest as it
In this connection it also mv be
observed that while the democratic
leaders are now talking of the politi
cal prospects with much confidence,
there are certain signs which indi
cate that a considerable part of this
confidence is assumed and not deeply
rooted. The present democrat ie ad
ministration has unquestionably don
some things well and deserve full
. credit therefor, but it also has its
vulnerable points which invite attack
by the party of opposition. None
know this better than the democrats
themselves, who naturally will exert
themselves to the almost to cover up
their faults and mistake, in hopes
that by to doing they may squeeze
oat of a tight corner. If the republi-1
The total value of farm crops and
animal products in this country for
the year 1914 was if9.873,000,00(), says
Secretary of Agriculture Houston in
his annual report just made public,
while he adds that even this high
figure will be eclipsed by the showing
of the present year when complete
figures are available. As it is, 1914
total exceeds the best previous record
by $83,000,000, and if the figures for
the present year come up to expecta
tions the 1913 total probably will pass
the ten-billion mark.
Uncle Sam is certainly some farm
er, as the above figures show, and
he is gefting to be a belter farmer
every year. ith ten billions ot new
wealth added to the resources of this
nation annually, simply from the
products of the soil and the allied
animal industry, there is not much
danger that the American people will
hear the howl of the hunger wolf, or
fail to have a plentiful surplus to
help feed their neighbors in other
parts of the world. But having set
this gait in the production of food
necessities, it is up to the Inited
States to keep is up and steadily in
crease production to correspond with
the increase of population and the
growing needs of other nations. Scien
tific farming and enrefiillv directed
government aid will help to accom
plish this, but the people themselves
must do their part.
SHERIFF'S NOTICE OF SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of an execution issued out of the
Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
for Marion County, on the Uth day
of December, 1915, and to me 1! reel
ed upon a judgment that was enrolled
and docketed in the office of the Clerk
of said Court on the 13th day of De
cember, 1915, in a cert-ain suit then
pending in said Circuit Court where
in Theo. M. Ban- was plaintiff aid
Salem Fruit Evaporator Company, a
corporation, and F. W. Waters were
defendants, a judgment was rendered
in favor of the above named plain
tiff, Theo. M. Barr, and against the
above named defendants, Salem Fruit
Evaporator Company, a corporation,
and F. W. Waters, for Twentv-Three
Hundred Three and 66-100 ($2303.66)
dollars, with interest thereon from Hie
9th day of June, 1910, at the rate ot
eight (8) per cent per annum, and tiie
further sum ot One Hundred heventy.
Five and no-100 ($175.00) dollar.
now due on said judgment, with in
terest at the rate of six (b) per cent
per annum, trom the lath day or. J.'e
cember, 1915, and the further sum of
Eighteen and no-100 ($18.00) dollars,
costs, and also the costs of and upon
this writ ; and whereas it was further
ordered and decreed by said Court
that the following property should
he sold hv me to sntisfv said execu
tion,! wiil, onSatitrdav January the
22nd, 1916, at the hou of 1 o'clock
p. m.Att, samxlav at ihe front door
of jthe County,, court JQitise at .Dallas,
Oregon, in PorkNCotint selL(f public
auction fo the lnghesTHSidder jot
cash in hand on clay of sale, all the
right, title and interest and estate
which said defendants have and all
persons claiming under them have in
or to the hereinafter described prem
ises, and every part thereof.
baid property is described as fol
lows: Lots one (1) and two (2), Block
"B" West Salem, all in Polk County.
Said Sale being subject to redemp
tion in the manner provided bv law.
and the proceeds thereof to be applied
to tne payment ot the atoresaid judg
Dated this 21st dav of December,
1915. JOHN W. ORR,
Sheriff of Polk County, Oregon.
CHAS. K. LENON,
Attorney for Plaintiff D.21-J.18
of Twenty-four and no-100 Dollars
($24.00), costs and disbursements and
the costs of and upon this Writ; and
whereas it was further ordered and
decreed by said Court that the fol
lowing property should be sold by me
to satisfy said execution, I will, on
Fridav, the 31st day of December,
1915, 'at the hour of One o'clock p.
m. of said day at the front door of
the Court House at Dallas, Oregon,
in Polk County, sell at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash m
hand on day of sale, all the right,,
title and interest and estate which
said defendants have and all persons
claiming under them have in or to the
hereinafter described premises, and
every part thereof.
Said property is described as fol
Lot No. 8, in Block No. 12, King
wood Park. Polk County, Oregon.
Said sale being subject to redemption
in the manner provided by law and
as provided in said decree.
Dated tins Mm clay oi jvovemoer,
1915. JOHN W. Oliiv,
Sheriff of Polk County, Oregon.
POGUE & PAGE,
Attorneys for Plaintilt.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF
Notice is- hereby eiven to all whom
it may concern that the undersigned
W. T. Macy has been duly appointed
and qualified and letters of adminis
tration have been dill issued to him
by order of the county court of Polk
counlv. Oregon, duly fnade and enter
ed of record therein pn the 15th day
of December, 1915, appointing said
W. T. Macy as, administrator of the
estate of Sherman Whitson Scroggin.
deceased. All persens having claims
against said estate will present the
same to the undorjhgned at McMinn
ville, Oregon, witn proper vouchers
annexed within six months from the
date of this notice.
Dated this 11th day of December,
W; T. MACY.
Administrator estate Sherman Whit
son Scroggin, deceased.
HOLMES & PEARCE,
Attorney for estate, McMinnville,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, William A. Yocom, has been
appointed by the County Court of the
State of Oregon for Polk Count i. ad
ministrator of the estate of Hatha-
way Yocom, deceased, and has ouali-fied.
All persons having claims amiinst
the said estate are hereby required to
present them, duly verified, witM the
proper vouchers, within six ihonths
from the date of this nofiee. la Oscnt
Hayter, attorney for the uiiflersigne i
administrator, at his lawoffices in
Dallas City Bank Building in Dallas,
Dated and first published Decem
ber 17, 1915.
WILLIAM A. YOCOM,
Administrator of the estate of
Hathaway Yocom, deceased.
Attorney for-administrator. D17-.T14
The approaching Christmas prom
ises to lie rich in a .revival ot the an
Tent custom of caroling. In the
years gone by it was the custom to
prepare for and usher in the nierrv
Yuletide by the singing of innumer
able Christmas carols. In various
American cities the old custom is be
ing revived, and in several Willam
ette valley towns already preparations
am being made by various societies,
by Ihe schools, and by others inter
ested in the re-establishment of so
charming a custom, to bring back the
songs thst used to so thoroughly typi.
fy the spirit for which Chustmas
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has tiled in the Countv
Court of the State of Oregon, for the
County of Polk, her Final Account
as Executrix of the Last Will, and
Testament of John Ferguson, Deceas
ed, and that said Court ha fixed
Monday. January 3, 1916. at he hour
ot 10 o'clock a. m. of said At? as the
time and the County CourRoom in
the County toui House.n Dallas,
in Polk (aunty, (Vgon. is the place
ior neanng sani rual!ccount and
all objections there)
Dated at Dallas. Oresron. November
ai, 191... .MARY FERGUSON.
Exeewtrix of the Ust Will and Tes
tament of John Ferguson, Deceased.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the Countv of Polk
W. W. Fawk and Mary V. Fawk
plaintiffs, vs. Title & Trust Company,
an Oregon corporation, Florence Page,
Winifred I. Dosch, Charles O. Benson
W. H. McNair, B. M. Benson. First
National Bank of Ashland, Oregon
an Oregon corporation, Clarence C.
Murtnn, J. ovd McNair, Ernest 1
Dosch, C. C. Page, T. L. Mc In tyre.
V alter A. Banclimere, Herman Pales
ter, Margaret Lohen, C. H. Vaughn
and K. J. ( arlson, defendants.
To Florence Page, J. Svd McNair
C. C. Page. T. L. Mclntyre, Walter
.' A. Banclimere, Herman Palester. C.
B. Vaughn and E. J. Carlson, De
fendants above named:
In the name of the State of Oregon
yon are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed against
you in the above entitled suit, within
six (6) weeks from December 21,
1915, the date of the first publication
of this summons, and if you fail to
answer for want thereof, the plain
tiffs will apply (o the court for the
relief demanded in the complaint in
this suit, to-wit :
1. That the plaintiffs have judg
ment for the sum of five thousand
four hundred Hftv-six and 48-100 dol
lars (.$5,456.48), with interest there
on at the rate of eight per cent.
(8) per annum, from November
21st, 1915, until paid, and the fur
ther sum of six hundred dollars
(.$600.00) as their attorneys' fees for
the collection of the note hereinbe
fore described and the foreclosure of
the trust agreement and mortgage set
forth in this complaint, and for the
further sum of their costs anI dis
2. That the trust agreement set
forth in the complaint liereia he de
clared to be a mortgage at be de
clared to be a lien upon themnrt
ed premises described theiii, includ
ing that, certain bmldit
"The Crowley VYareho
ed upon the right-.
oouinern racine Kailav
at ( rowley Station, on,
The Christmas "drive" is now on.
and although father may be sticking
to the trenches he is sure to be rout
ed by the superior numbers encoded
in the attack on his porketbook.
Santa Clans may not be the rilginsl
bold-up man, bat no other in lnt
lint ever beat old Santa in the total
amount of "hauls."
SHERIFF'S NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of an execution issued out of the
( lrcnit Court of the State of Oregon,
for Polk County, on the 27th day of
novemoer. itiu, and to me directed
upon a judgment which was enrolled
and docketed in the office of the clerk
of said Court on the 23rd day of No-
lemoer. iu, in a certain suit then
pending in said court wherein Mav
(. Karnes was plaintiff, and G. M.
Douglas and Leon a M. Douglas, his
wiie, i.inewooararlc Co., a corpora
tion, and J. F.J Davis weif defend
ant 's, a judgment was rendered in
favor of the above nauyed plaintiff,
and against the above named defend
ant 's, for Twelfe hundred seven tv
one and no-lOni Dinars ($1271.00)
with interest theWh at the rate of
8 per cent per snnnm from the 22nd
day of November, 1915, and the fur
ther sum of One hundred twenty-five
and no-100 Dollars ($125.00). "with
interest thereon at the rate of 8 ner
cent per annum from the 22nd day of
.November. IPl.i. and the further sum
line of said
railroad, in Polk (jhuntv. On-mm.
i - i . . m - -
nnicn wateliouse is appurtenant to
the land above desibed, and a priv
ilege connected (jlrewith. with the
exception of the north half (Ni) of
lot twenty-three (23); lot seventeen
(17); the southeast two and sixtv-Hve
hundredths (S. K. 2.05) acres of lot
ten (10). as hereinbefore specifically
described: the southwest two and sixty-five
hundredths' (S. W. 2.05) acres
of lot ten (10), as hereinbefore siecif
leally described: the east half (K.M
of lot twenty (20): lot eighteen (18);
the south half (S.i.,) of lot twentv
three (23); lot fifteen (15); the souih
halt (S.l2) of lot sixteen (l(i); the
west half (Wtj) of lot fourteen (14) :
lot tftree (3); and the north half
U-'2 or lot sixteen (16). all in Wil
lamette Valley Orchard Tract No. 1.
as piaueu and recorded in tl,
ords of Polk County. Oregon, which
said lands last described as excepted.
"" ""w ween conveyed or eon-
iracrea 10 oe conveyed, bv the Title
Trust Companv. defpnituni .,-i
further that plaintiffs' ITiiirt era ta lu
declared to be a lien upon all nrrm-
erty now in the possession of the
Title c Trust Comnnnv r.n.i..
held by them pursuant to Ihe terms of
said trust agreement, and belonginr
to the beneficiaries thereunder, and
also all of the risrht. title and inter
est of the defendants, or anv one of
them, as beneficiaries under said trust
agreement, in and to anv of the n.
erty covered by said trust agreement :
that the said real estate k.- j
scribed, including the wsrehonse at
Crowley Station, herein Wr- !
of plaintiffs' mortgage, be sold in a
trUfflfler provided by law, and the pro
ceeds of said sale die applied rowan
nnvment of the costs of this sal
ami trtwnl'd the .costs and disburse
ments of this suit and the payment
of such judgment and decree as sliai
i, w.wiu liPi-ein in favor of the plain-
tiffs, incliuliiur attorneys' fees, and
the balance, if any, paid inlo courl
f,. no hpneHt of whomsoever shal
be decreed by the court to he entitled
3. That if the said unsold lands,
onW rmrsnnnt to the decree ol
this court, shall not sell for enough
to pay the claims of the plaintiffs
herein in full, as shall be provided by
decree of this court, that in that
event, the interests of the defendants
and all of them, as beneficiaries, or
otherwise, in the contracts for the sale
of lands covered ty tne saiu uui
noTwment which have been hereto
fore contracted to be sold by the said
Title & Trust Company, iletenctani
and which contracts of sale are out
standing, and any other rights or in
terest of the defendants, or any oi
them, except the Title & Trust Com
r,nnv in the said trust agreement am
Dm nronertv covered thereby, be sold
in a manlier provided by law for the
sale of such property, under execu
tion, and the proceeds of said sale be
applied as follows, to-wit: tne pay
ment of the balance of the plaintiffs
indement and decree as shall be en
tered herein, and the balance, if any,
paid into the court for the benefit of
whomsoever shall De decreed Dy tne
court to be entitled thereto, said con
tine s beinff described as follows, to
wit : Contracts of sale made by Tit.'e
& Trust Companv. defendant, cover
ing the property and running to the
purchaser and beanng me date and
having the amount due thereon for
each contract respectively, as follows:
Description, IM eighteen (18) ; pur
chaser, A. H. Dennett; date, July
1911: amount unpaid, $309.57.
Description, south halt I0V2) 01
lot twenty-three (23) (as hereinbe
fore more specifically described) ; pur
chaser, A. a. Dennett, date, Novem
ber 14, 1911, amount unpaid, $7.50.
Description, Lot fifteen (l;); pur
chaser, G. A. Grabb; date, November,
14, 1911. amount unpaid, $298.00.
Description, South half (SV2) of
lot sixteen (16) ; purchaser, W. L.
AfcXnight, date, May 1, 1912; amount
Description, West half (W,l2) of
lot fourteen (14) ; purchaser, Jessie
B. Grabb; date, January 17, 1913;
amount unpaid, $469.ol.
Description, Lot three (3) ; pur
chaser, H. P. Hough; date, December
15, 1913; amount unpaid, ,$855.36.
Description, North half (N.V2) of
lot sixteen (16) ; purchaser, I). O
Revere; date, January 15, 1914;
amount unpaid, ,$l!Jo.0J.
And plaintiffs pray that said de
cree shall provide that the sale of the
beneficiaries interests in the said
lands contracted to be sold, shall af
fect only the equity of the beneficiar
ies therein, and the purchasers of said
contracted lands at such foreclosure
sale shall be merely subrogated to the
rights of the beneficiaries of the said
trust agreement in said contracted
lands, and that said foreclosure shall
not tn any wise affect the rights and
powers of said Title & Trust Compan)
iu i-tMiiiiiue iu periorm us said con
tracts of sale and receive the nun
chase price therein specified, the pur-
ciiascr ui. sum roreciosure sale to re
ceive from said Title & Trust Com
pany such portions of the proceeds
arising from said contracts of sale
as the payees and beneficiariesunder
the trust agreement would have re
ceived if there had been no ijGreclos-
4. That the contracts eni.rp.l int..
by aild between the Till T.,.t
Company, defendant, and '. L. Mcln
tyre, Walter A. Bandimee, Herman
Palester, Margaret Cohen, C. h.
V aughn and E. J. (
clared to be null and void and of no
effect and the lands
said contracts respectively, be declar-i
ed to have reverted to Uie Title & '
Irust Company, freed from any right
title or interest therein or thereto bv
au.v 01 uie said defendants last above
named, by virtue of the contracts en-'
tered into by the said Title & Trust i
Company with said defendants above
reieneu 10, and the said lands be de
claied to be held bv the said Title &
Trust Company as unsold lands, pur
suant to the terms of the said trust
agreement, and that the same be sola
asjiereinbefore prayed for.
5. That the defendants herein, and
each and all of them, except the Title
& Irust Company, and all persons
claiming under them, or either of
them, be decreed to have no right,
title or interest in and to the lauds
or proiierty covered bv said trust
agreement herein set forth, an.l be
barred and foreclosed of all estate,
nglit or equity of redemption in tlie
said premises and every part thereof,
except the statutory right of redemp
tion in and to the real property de-
.i. V " """" "eeution, and
that any party to this suit may be
come a purchaser at said sale, and
mat the purchaser be et int
sion of said premises upon the pro-
fh."tZn "'l' ot sale, and
that the plaintiffs have such other and
further relief as to the court may
seem equitable and just. '
inis summons is published in pur
suance of an order of the Hon. H.rrv
court which order dated December
that .1? ni 0rder Pnbes
of 531 Tal"n in the Coun
ch wlt""r S,M f 0r'n
weeks. Date of fimt nnki:...: i.
ANSELL ft FISHER.
Attorneys for Plaintiffs.!
DO NOT DELAY t
BUY CHRISTMAS J
WHAT DO KOI) 1
We have anything yon ,..
or need in the grocery
See if there is not sosieib
in this list that you nej-''
Campbell's Soups. ' P
Clams, whole or minced. L1
Green Olives (Bulk ot lit,
Asparagus Tips. h
All kinds of fresh vegetafell
that the market supplies, r
Grape Fruit. '
Dates. ( '
Fresh cakes, either ptckiju.
Cheese, Cream or brick.
This is only a few of i
items that we can supply ji
Don't forget we give S.f;
H. trading stamps.
Phone us your orderi, n
are here for business. Allw!
want is a chance to lupfj0'
your needs. We try to tx
only the best of eveiTthiii 8
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