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FRIDAY, MAUG1I x 1-4, 1910.
TI1E SPRINQFIELlJ NEWS
Published ovory Thursday by the
Lano County Publishing Association,
ROBERT A. BRODIE, Editor and Mgr.
(Payablo In advance.)
Ono year $1.60
Three months GO
Display Column Inch
One Tlnio r- Stic
Each subsequent Insertion 20c
By tho month, each Insertion. lGc
Each insertion, per line ... 05c
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The gouiumeul nus appointed alt
inausimw Uoaru lor lile pui'vo&e ot
reuueing prices on various uouimuul
ties, The nrst on Uie list tor meu
gallon is Iron and steel.
fine! We aon't eat either one, but
Just tnhik how comforting wiien a
10UU automobile is reduced to $900
F. O. B. Detroit. Then again tho gov
ernment won't go so far in tho hole
if it can force the price of steel rails
down for the railroads they are oper
ating, and upon which they have
spent as much as $4 for "betterments"
and "extensions" during the past year.
Besides that just think what the ad
ministration will save when it starts
constructing new armament to en
force the provisions of the Peace
League of NationB.
After a year or so when the iron
and steel price is" adjusted, the Indus
trial board will take up in the order
of their importance the price of food
and textiles. In the meanwhile the
big meat packers with their little old
surplus ot over a billion pounds of a
variety of meats in cold storage can
sit tight and smile, and the gingham
dress we bought for little Jane and
paid $3.00 for, can be damed here and
patched there until the luxurious ap
parel goes back once more" to the
old price of 7Sc. .
Then the cost of high living will
be solved and we can all join in the
chorus of "Smile! Smile! Smile-"
The life of Amelia Barr, the novel
ist, who died Monday at her home in
New York, was a striking example of
how the average person is gifted with
a measure of strong charac.er, un
daunted courage and persistent effort,
can rise above the sting of misfor
tune and win.
Mrs. Barr, both during her maiden
hood and wedded life, sustained
enough losses" by. the ruthless hand
of death to .break the heart of most
When past forty, bereft of husband
and son's through an epidemic of yel-'
low fever, and with three young
daughters to support, the dauntless
woman broke into a literary field,
without previous training, and achiev
ed fame and fortune as a novelist
a' line of endeavor, most discouraging
at the start and promising at such
time le&3 chance of returning a liveli
hood than perhaps any other line of
Tho life of Amelia Barr will for.
over furnish. one of those rare inspir
ations to those no more gifted than
she, to spur up waning ambition and
resolve to achieve.
It must. not be lost sight of that
much of the "high prices" plague has
been due to inflation, that is, a largo
Increase pf credit money or paper
money, and tho Isbug of large num
bers of Government bonds. February
1st', 1910, the total paper or credit
money In circulation In the United
States was over $3,500,000,000. The
per capita circulation of money in tho
United States has grown from $35 in
1909 to $54 in 1919. Of course prices
advanced, as the purchasing power
of tho dollar decreased.
Boys of tho 65th, 69th
And ovory other arm
Ot military activity
Halting from Springfield
And other I.ano county
On this formal welcoming day
Wo salute you!
Not for your rank,
But tor what you havo dono,
Although tho editor ot tljjs
Hnrum sonruni Journal
Didn't get nny closer
Than filling out
Sixteen pages of a
Yet deep down in tho
Recesses of his solar plexus
Ho feels that
By your combined nfforts
You havo accomplished
Perhaps as much
As It ho had gone over there
And done it '''mselt.
However, you havo dono so well
In chasing Frits back
To his own precincts
That we aro not Inclined .
To take a bunch ot you
In tho back alley
And tell you that wo aro
Than you ever dared to bo.
Anyhow we welcome you
With the big mitt
Back to" God's country
And hope you will raise
Enough Old Ned
Atvmnd here to keep
This column going.
Wind your Ingersoll and,
"Turn to the Right."
Glendenning has them for ladies
or gentlemen, the quality ot which
are unsurpassed at a prico lqwer
than can elsewhere be obtained.
ROBERT BURNS Lodge, Nc
78. A. M. F., Ancient am
Accepted Scottish Rito Uni
vorsal aud Symbolic Fr
Masons meets first and thtr
Friday evening in W. O.
hall. Visiting brothers wei
Mr. Wilson's doctrine of "self-determination"
would have prevented
Abraham Lincoln from crushing tho
Rebellion and compelling the South
to remain In tho Union.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot teach
the dlnastd portion of the ear. There la
only one way to euro deafness, and that la
by constitutional remedies. Deafntss li
caused fr an Inflamed condition of the mu
cous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube Is Inflamed you havo a rumbling
sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It Is
entirely closed, Deafness Is tho result, and
unless the Inflammation can be taken out
and this tube restored to Its normal condi
tion, bearing will be destroyed forever; nine
caifj out of ten are caused by Catarrh,
which is nothing but an Inflamed condition
of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that
cannot be cured by Hall's CaUrrh Cute.
Bend for circulars, free.
V. J. CHRNKf A CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Bold by Drugirlrts. Ho.
Stke UftU'f iCamliy I'M for constipation.
P. A. Johnson
R W M
Dr. N. W. Emery
SUTTON BLDG. - - PHONE 20-J
RESIDENCE PHONE 129-W
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TUU12 iuuI a RUG or two this spring to brighten
up your homo or replace tho old onixjuul you
will find a big assortment U13RE both In furni
ture ami rugs to select from. Wo want your
business and will glvo you the best possible ser
vice at all times and a DOLLAR'S WORTH OV
GOODS KOR EVERY DOLLAR SPENT WITH
US. Come In and let us figure with you whether
you want one piece or a complete outfit. "Wo.
can SAVE YOU MONEY."
Brauer & Conley
Cor. Ninth and Oak, Eugene
Charter No. CS.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
Commercial State Bank.
At Springfield, in tho Stato of Oregon, at tho closo of business on
March 4, 1919. "
Loans and discounts
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured .
Bonds and warrants .
Bsuking house .,
Furniture and fixtures '.
Other real estato owned ..,
Due from approved rosorvo banks ...
Checks and other cash Horns
Kxchanges for clearing house ,
Cash on hand
D. W. ROOF
SPRINGFIELD, - OREGON
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
Capital stock paid In ..
Surplus fund .
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Individual deposits subject to-check ,.l:.i...
ueiuanu ceruucaie3 01 ueposu
Time and Savings Deposlta ...'....
Notes and bills rediscounted
Bills payable for money borrowed ...,.,.,
Total .. J. J..
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE
SYSTEM OF BANKS
THE "FEDERAL RESERVE" BANKING SYSTEM,
OF WHICH OUR BANK IS A MEMBER, IS THE BEST
BANKING SYSTEM EVER THOUGHT OUT.
THE MEMBER BANKS HAVE PUT 137 MILLIONS
OF GOLD INTO THE, U. S. TREASURY. ON THIS
GOLD THE GOVERNMENT ISSUES MONEY.
WE CAN GET MONEY WHEN WE WANT IT BY
TAKING OUR SECURITIES TO OUR DISTRICT
"FEDERAL RESERVE" BANK.
YOU CAN GET YOUR MONEY WHEN YOU WANT
IT WHEN YOU ARE A DEPOSITOR IN OUR BANK.
LET'S DO BUSINESS. COME IN.
BANK WITH US. '..
. rfii-e1. 96-223 Ttf. 4
State of Oregon, County of Lane, ss.
i, O. B .Kessey, CaBhier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement Is truo to the best of my knowledge and bollof.
O. D. KESSEY, Cnshlor.
COmtECT Attest: M. M. IEERY, WELBY STEVENS. Directors. '
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 13th day of March, 1919.
A. I McKINZEY, Notary Public.
My commission expires Jan. 7. 1922,
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And, right behind this quality flavor and quality fra
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Stm tells it
to the Boss
"Tisn't the size of
a plug thnt counts,"
says Jim. ''It's the
way it tastes and
how it lasts. A
tcoupleof squares of
Real Gravely keeps
Good taste, smnller
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REAL CHEWING PLUG
Plug packed in pouch
III tho Circuit Court of tho Statu or
Oregon for Lnuo County,
Tho Uooth-Kolly Lumhur Company,
plaintiff, v. Frank Kubosh; also
all other persons and parties un
known claiming any right, tltlo, es
tato, lien or Interest in tho roal
property described in the complaint
To Frank Burgess; also all othor
porsoiis and parties unknown claim
ing any rigln, tltlo, estato, Hen, or
Interest, In tho real property des
cribed In tho complaint , heroin:
In tho namo of tho Stato ot Orogon,
you aro hereby summoned to answer
tho complaint filed against you in tho
abovo entitled cause and court within
six weeks from tho first publication
of this summons, and If you fntl so
to appear and answer, for want there
of, plaintiff will tako Judgment
against you for tho relief demanded
In tho complaint, namoly, that plain
tiff Is tho owner and in possession of
tho following real property, North
west quartor of section 22, Tp. 1G S,
of Kango 1 E, of tho Wlllamotto Mer
idian, in I.ano County, Oregon; that
you havo no right, tltlo, ostato, lion
or Inturcst therein, and quiotlng plain
tiff's tltlo from all claims hold or
asserted by you, and for such othor
relief as may bo Just. This summons
is served upon you by publication by
virtuo of an ordor of tho Hon. CI. F,
Sklpworth, Circuit Judgo, datod Feb
ruary 27, 1919, directing that this
summons bo served upon you by pub
lishing tho saino onco In each wook
for plx succosslvo woekB In tho
Sprlngflold Nows, and that you ans
wer tho samo within six wooks from
tho first publication thoreof. '
This summons Is so first publlshod
February 28, 1910.
8, D. AfiLKN, Attflrnoy for plaintiff,
3G 8th Avo. W,, Eugono, Oro.
In tho Circuit Court ot the Stato of
Oregon for Lano County.
A..L. Dickens, plaintiff, va W. E.
To W. E. Thompson, tho above
In tho name ot the State ot Oregon,
you nro hereby summoned and re
quired to bo and appear in tho abovo
entitled Court and causo and aiiHwor
Hid complaint of the ptnliitirr on fllo
horoln within six wcoks from tho
date of tho first publication If this
summons, said first date being on
tho 7th day ot Fulnuary, 1919,
and Uio last duto on tho -I'm day
of March, 1919; and If you so
fall to appear nnd answer, for want
thoreof, plaintiff will tako Judgment
against you for the sum of $1,293.38
with Interest thereon nt tho rate of
(irr per minimi since tho day
of November, 1917, Tills summons Is
sorvod upon you by publication In tho
Springfield Nowh, ii newspaper pub
llshod In Sprlngflold, Lano County,
Orogon, and of gonornl circulation for
six successive and consecutive weeks
by nn ordor mado and entered of rec
ord by tho Hon. 0. F. Sklpworth,
Judgo, of tho abovo Court, mado on
tho 4th day of Fobrunry, 1919.
Data of first publication as pro
scribed by said ordor Is on tho 7th
day of February ,1919, nnd last dato
on tho 21st day of March, 1919,
C. M. KISSINOKIt,
Attorney for plnlntlff,
Itosldenco, Eugono, Oregon.
W. F. WALKER
Ofllco Phono 02; llcoldonco 07-1
West Main St. . '
DR. J. E. RICHMOND
PHONES Office, 3; Residence, 11 6-J
Over Commercial Bank
"So you aro a burglar!" said the
"Yos'm, ! llko othor pcoplo's prop
erty, but I halcn't tho heart to bo au
Anarchist -and got It by .Mugh work."