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THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
TIIPRPHAY, DEC, 10, 1018
Iho Springfield News f:
Published every Thursday by the
Lane County Publishing Association.
ROBERT A. BRODIE, Editor and Mgr
(Puyublo in advance.)
Display Column Inch
One Tlmo 25c
Bach subsequent insertion 20c
By tho month, each Insortlon.... lEc
Each insortlon, per line 05c
COMPETITION THE UNITED
STATES MAY EXPECT.
India's progress in industrial devel
opment is one of Uie surprises of Uio
var. It has vitalized the possibilities
itat lie in the application of modern !
srethods ot great natural resources by
a population exceeding that of any
other country except China.
The war has curtailed importations
of manufactured goods from tho Uni
ted Kingdom into India, and stopped
altogether those from Germany and
Austria - Hungary. Meanwhile the
needs of Great Britain have furnished
Lidiu with an incentive to develop her
ovra resources. The result-has been,
marvelous, in fact, almost beyond be
HeC War coditions have developed
32d(& commercially and industrially
irmcndously. To still further pro-
aarte this movement, an Indian Trade
Commiscionor will be located perma
nently In London, to look after India's
interests. There will be show rooms
Follow the Crowd to
McDowell's Department Store
Open Evenings From Now Until Christmas
New Goods Are Being Received Daily
All sizes and prlcos
FRY OVEN GLASSWARE
DECORATED SALAD SETS ' -
A beautiful gift that will delight nny "woman
COFFEE PERCOLATORS , ,
These will plcaso hor, too
STAND MIRRORS '
For milady's toilette This lino is here in such
endless variety that selection is made most sat
isfactory to you. Lack of spneo prevonts a
description of theso beautiful goods, besides
they must be seen to bo appreciated
POST CARD FRAMES
These are handsome and anyone will appreciate
duo lino of Neckties, StispendorH, Gloves, Arm
Bands, Hosiery, etc., to select from, any ono
of whlch will make nu attractive mid nautili
gift for Him.
For the Children
KNITTED SUITS nnd
These nro most attractive and. Bonsonnhlo gifts
for your own children or soiuo one else's
DOLLS AND BEARS
Wo took special pains to make this lino com
plete and wo bqltovo vu liavo succeeded in ho
doing. Co mo In nnd sco
dies on dress parade.
tho Doits nnd Tod-
That will please tho children at prices that will
please you. ,
in London where Indian products and
manufactures may be seen at first
band, as evidence of India's remark
. . This industrial expansion became so
jmatked as to induce the British gov
ernment to increase its restriction on
notations which had been provided in
the Indian Companies Act of 1913.
This act became effective on Ajjril 1,
3914; yet in 1914-1915 there were or
fanized 112 companies with an aggre
gate authorized capital of about 514,
0,000. In 1915-101G and 1917-191S
there were 27S companies formed with
an aggregate authorized capital of
ibout 599,000,000. There was a steady
incre&se in the average size of the
rganlzatlons. Altogether moro than
?192,000,KX) have been invested in In
iTan industrial institutions during the
four years of tho war.
Among the first institutions devel
tjped were those for the tanning of
Hdes. During 1913-1914 India export-j
2d 1.632,000 hundred-weight -of hides j
and ckin& and S9S.O0O hundred-weight !
3f leather, valued in the aggregate at i
lbout $52,000,000. Of this amount the
United- States took f 12,000,000 worth.
Nov there Is a good demand for all
THE HOME OF GREAT QUALITY
AND LITTLE PRICES
WHEN YOUR MONEY IS IN OUR BANK IT IS
SAFE FROM FIRE, BUR'CLARS AND YOUR OWN
DESIRE TO SPEND IT.
THE WAY TO HAVE MONEY IN Th$E BANK IS
TO "PUT" IT THERE, LET IT "STAY" THERE AND
ALWAYS ADD TO IT.
JUST SAY: ."I AM
MONEY" AND BANK IT..
WAY TO GET AHEAD.
GOING TO HAVE MORE
THIS IS THE ONE SURE
BANK WITH US.
developed. Jute mill machinery Is be
ing manufactured, and a steel plate
mill is being projected, with facilities
for . making all kinds of structural
Labor is cheap in India, and for that
reason American producers can seen
what kind of competition is ahead of
them in the markets of tho world.
For rent until January 1st
One stale Joke on Kessey.
One slightly used Joke on Morten
ien. One second hand Joke on Eliza and
One fresh Joke on Mistah DoPue.
Apply to the Immortal Trio
Stewart, Peery and Richmond.
One suffragette oration and one
Apply Cox Department Store.
One camouflaged sport suit, waist
measure rather sudden; subject to
alteration; apply High School.
One hero's uniform
apply Bert Lee.
ings of leather articles in Inula, in
tluding slioes. The tanning industry! 0ne hand-made Oriental wlggl
is growing ranidlv. ver' graceful apply Joe Clark
.India has a practical monopoly of
Jifta. pcmfnctlon, and Jute mills have
fitwn long established. The war lias
Aa'rl nn aponlanatlntr affant Tim mtm. i-
i.r nf i,.v in,n.,i ne flu epidemic apply Harry
. .. , , Ennls.
it iu iuui jenra, ami uiue 01 inese
manufactured exports liave more than
doubled. The Report of the British
Committee on Commercial and Indus
trial Policy after the war calls atten
fon to .the severe competition of the
fcdlaa Jute manufacturers.
Also a marked expansion of the cot
6n weaving industry of India has
taken place in the last three years,
especially the last year. Production
xme nearly 50 jer cent above the nor
mal pre-war average, reaching the
enormous amour t ot more" than 500,
flOO.OOO yards. The number of looms
One song hit on page C3 address
One green marvel of peeloa-boo in
genuity with 08-inch waist, and one
pair red tights, 22-inch waist, both
heels darned, to match apply News
'ias increased to 110,800 or 20 per
cent. In the twelve months from
A'pril, 1917, to April, 1918, the quan
tity of cotton goods produced in Indian
Mills was 000,570,000 pounds of yarn
sad 381,404,000 pounds of woven
trads. Coarse yarns decreased and
Sne and medium yarns increased.
American long staple cotton is now be
ing Introduced Into India which will
tend to increase the product of fine
and medium cloths.
The development of electrical un
dertakings is progressing rapidly, and
yloolrfcal power Is being introduced
nt l looked forward to as a great
boon." T4io HydroElor;tric Power Com
pany at Bombay is the largost under
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Lane.
A. L. Dickens, Plaintiff, vs. W. E.
To W. E. Thompson, the above-named
In the name of the State of Oregon
you are hereby summoned and re
quired to bo and appear in the above
entitled Court and cause and answer
the complaint of the plaintiff filed
herein against you within six weeks
from the date of the first publication
of this summons, said first date being
on the 19th day of December, 1918,
and the last date being on the 23d day
of January, 1919, being full six weeks,
and If you so fail to answer for want
thereof plaintiff will tako Judgment
against you for the sum of $1,293.38,
with interest thereon at the rate of 6
Ivor cent per annum. This summons
i .u served upon you by publication In
' uie spruigneid
When Cold's Without
COLD WITHOUT will also mean COLD WITHIN In thou
sands of homes this Winter unless provision is made for
auxiliary Gas heating before It is too late.
A Portable Gas Heater
will fortify you against the discomforts that a fuel short
age is sure to produce. Don't fail to get yours now, that
you may enjoy Its warmth and cheer" all through the
frosty days of fall and during the bitter cold of winter.
Mountain States Power Co.
Andy used to bug
the biggest plug
for the money
' one day Barney gave him a chew of Real Gravely.
It was an hour or more swers Barney. "This
before Andy said any
thing. "How much
longer docs this Grave
ly hold its good tnsle?"
he says. "Two or
three little squares last
me all morning," an-
class of tobacco lasts
so much longer it costs
no more to chew it than
ordinary plug costs."
ten further that's why jt
tan ft the (nod tattt 0 thlt clau
tf tebacea without extra nit.
Real Gravely Chewing Plug
ea.cn piece pacxea m s poucn
In tho County Court of tho State of
Uregon for the County of Lane.
In tho matter of tho oma'o of Sarah
C. llrothurs, dct.ctibud
l.an , at tho court room thereof, at
Hiigeno, In the County of Lane, on
Tuff lay, tho 7th day of January, 1919,
at 10 o'clock In tJm forenoon of (hut
nay, thon nnd tliero to show ciiubo, if
To Win. A. Tait, CharlcH C. HlHhop. ny you havo, why an order for tho
ltobcrt H. IllHliop, Alice llogors and
Harvey Itogoru, her huaband, Greet
ing: lu the nnmo of tho State of Oregon
you nro hereby cited and required to
appear In the County Court of thu
State of Oregon, for tho County of
Lnno, at tho cou.'t room theioof, at
Uugono, in tno Comity of Liuio, on
Halo of 1 ot Soviintemi In Illock Flvo of
Falrmount, now a part of the City of
Kugeno, I.itno county .Oregon, should
not be made for tho purpouo of paying
tho dobtH of Hald eBtato and tho couta
of ndnilnffit ration.
WIU1U811, the Hon: II. L. Ilown. Juilgo
of tho County Court of tho Stato of
(rogon, for tho County of Lnno and
rinirHrtfiv. ilin 2ml iiiv nf iimimrv the Seal of Haiil Court hereto affixed.
1019, at 10 o'clock lu tho forenoon of ' 2"Mi day of Novenibor, 1918.
that day, then nnd there to show 1 louai),
Uuitm ' n i.n.im a.
taWng of its hind In India, aud when I published in SnrinKlold. Lano county. I
comjjleted will provide about C0JJD0 f regon, for six consecutive weokH, by i
V u- 1 ..... . .12ft, . (. i nillix r'nl.r ., .1 .t nl
for thwe ' oloetrioal ,lnvn1nn,nnt I Lec.ord r'y .tn p. V. Sklpworth,
araee ? 7
W. W. EBBETT, PropV
The Garage Man that Saves You Money
ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE
epme from tho United States.
Iron unci-Htool wrltlngg and
siiituirlnjf iiiuuotrlQB generally havo
waived n impotiii iVom thu war.
jSmgg and gumme'tal weiitotis sbeXne-
e court, mado and
eutered December 16, 1918.
en-r "Dte of first publication December
19, 1812, last dato 2d.day of January,
1910. " C. M. KI8SINOWR.
, Attprnpy tor Plaintiff.
Hoildence, ICugone, Oregon.
Gasoline 24c a gal. Reg, prico 25c
Light Motor Oil .'. GOc a gal. Reg. price $1.00
Medium Motor Oil GOo a gaK Reg, piico 1.00
Zerolene Cup Grease lfc a lb. Reg. price 30c
Guarantee Tires and Tubes at a Discount for Cash.
Light Bulbs 25c and 35c Reg. price 35e and 50c
Columbia Dry Colls ...'.......'... 4 5o Reg. price 50o
No-Skid Chains from , '..... ..,.$2.80 to $7.5
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back.
LET US DO YQUIJ, REPAIRING.. . .
cnufio, If nny you havo, why an order
of Halo ohould not bo mado for tho
Hale of the real property belonging to
Hald oHlate lu accordance with tho
petition of tho Administrator of aald
cHtnto on fllo heroin, Bald real oBtuto
bohiK doHcrlhod as tho N K. V of tho
N. W. 4 and tho went of tho N. W.
Vi of tho N, B. V4 of Sec. 14, Tp. 10 S
It. 2 west of tho W, A!., in Lano coun
ty, Oregon, excepting 25 acroa thereof
heretofore sold to Ilertha AI. l'addoulc,
and one aero convoyed for school pur
Pouoh, nnd excepting such rlghtu and
privileges as the S, 1. Co. may havo
by virtue of deeds recorded nt pagos
495 nnd 587 of Vol. 73 of tho Deed
HocordH of Lano county, Oregon, and
excepting flume rights of PlBchor tiros.
Witness, tho Hon. H. L. IJown,
Juilgo of tho County Court of tho
Htafo of Oregon, for Iho County of
Lano and the Seal of said Court horo
to affixed, this 18th day of November,
Attest: STACY AI. ItUSSlSLL.
Attest; STACY AI.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notico is lioroby given Hint tho un
dersigned has been appointed by tho
County Court of Lano county, Oregon,
ua administrator of tho cstnto of Wil
liam F. Wuro, deceased, All persona
having clalniB acalnst said estate uro
notified to present the sumo to tho
ndinlnlBtrntor at Sprlngllold, Oregon,
on or hoforo six (0) montliH from tho
ilnte of tho first publication of this
notico. All claims must ho vorillod as
by law required. The dato of first
publication of this notico, 12th day of
C. AI. DOU1TY, Administrator.
WILLIAMS & I) 12 AN,
AttornoyH for Ksta o.
NOTICE TO CREDITOR8.
Notico lu horoby given Hint tho tin
(IcrslKifed hits boon appointed by tho
County Court of tho Stato of Orogon
II... ! ... V .
I nu ink iiiuiiiy in j,iiue uiiiiiiuisinuor
of tlin OHlntu nf flnnrtrn W T'lnvnlniwl
luii; iloceased. Air-poroons, having clalniH
CITATION BBuinut saiti osiaio nro norony nouiieu
. required to present tho uamo,
In tho County Court of tho Stnto ot piotwly verified, to Frank A. Dol'uo,
f regon for tho County of Lnno. inittt-nnv tnr ti.
, In tho iimttur of tho ostatp of Ktta K, ' In Uuringllohl, Orogon, on or boforo
JU. rrOBlOIl, (lOCOIlBOd. av mnnllm frntn llin ilntn nf llilu
io iiunrj i-resifHi, iioign i , isarn--
ost, Huth C. ICarnegt, and John W.
In tho nnmo of Um HUto of Oreiron
you uro horoby cited and requlrod to
appear in in- county court of tho
State of Oregon, for the C unty of
Dated at Sprlngllold, Orogon, Do
oombor 11, 1918. L, K. I'AOE,
Administrator of tho f atuto of tleorgo
W. Clovolnnd, doconsod.
KltANIC A. DoI'UH,
Attornoy for tho Katato,