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FRIDAY, APRIL 11, HUD
TIIE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
Published every Thursday by the
Lano County Publishing Association.
ROBERT A. BRODIE, Editor and Mgr.
(Payablo in advance.)
Ono year Jt.RO
Six months .75
Thrco months 60
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Bach subsequent Insertion., SWc
By the month, onch Insertion. 15c
' Each insortlon. ror line . 05c
Banking is coming to the front as
one of the great constructive indus
tries. Not so very long ago the banker
merely loaned money.
Today he is loaning brains ' and ex
perience in addition, and without cost.
The modern banker finds that he must
in many instances anticipate the
needs of his customers in obtaining
Information and statistics relative to
industries which may be developed in
- The banker realizes that In the suc
cess of his community lies his suc
cess. Successful industries or fann
ers mean hundreds and thousands of
-new depositors and added opportune
' ties for safe loans.
Hence banking Is developing more
arid more Into a personal service or
ganization and not a mere cold-blood
ed money loaning machine as It Is oft-J
ADVANTAGES OF SUGAR BEET
The growth of the sugar beet indus
try will mean over $100,000,000 to
western farmers this year. With pro
sper encouragement and development
or this industry this amount could be
doubled and trebled In a short time.
Those who have made a careful
study of the subject are agreed that
Introduction of sugar beets into the
agriculture of a region results in good
In many ways. In the European coun
tries where beet raising has seen its
greatest development, agriculture has
a stability that is not found in the
newer countries where sugar beets
have not been introduced.
The fact that the farmer has a sure
market for his crop at a price known
In advance, enables him to judge raorq
accurately the value of the land. Ex
perience shows the approximate yield
of beets he may expect and cost of
The raising of 'sugar beets is not
consistent with poor farming.
In all the farming communities
work Is more pressing In the summer
than during the winter. In order to
have sufficient help to care for crops
during the busy season there is an
excess at other times. This means
that ordinarily some of the hands are
Idle and that winter wages are low.
Sugar beet raising calls for Inten
sive farming and promotes a denser
population. This makes possible bet
ter educational facilities and more de
sirable social opportunities, thereby
reducing to a minimum some of the
chief disadvantages of farm life.
ADVANTAGES OF INDIVIDUAL
Chairman Hurley, of the U. S. Ship
ping Board, comes out for private
ownership of the American Merchant
Marine. He says, "We want to avoid
tho stagnation that sometimes comes
from Ted tape and bureaucracy."
Senator Cummins, of Iowa, says the
railroads should bo returned to pri
vato ownership, but held under gov
Mark L. Ilequa, retiring director of
the oil division of the Fuel Adminls
' tratlon, says:
"Government ownership of every
.' thing In general Is proposed as tho
lnfalllblo panacea for our alleged na
tional ills. Such action will not ben
efit humanity, but will destroy the re
ward of individual efforts."
Americans can feel thankful for
bucUj expressions as those which all
appearod In tho press on the same
It moans that this nation Is awaken
ing to tho dangers of bureaucracy,
naternallira and socialism.
; . means that America is still to re
' , nittju the land where Individual outer
'' iviio and init'atlve is recognised and
given orportunity to develop.
Wli' !ir t'nf" your fji'lf-'- for a
tory Eond with your banker now?
Alice Darling underwent nn opera,
tlon for the removal of tonsils and
adonolds at Mercy hospital Saturday.
Her recovery is expected to bu rapid.
Mr. A. U. Wenthorford. of the In
ternal Rovonuo Department, was In
tho city a few days this week chock
ing up tho tobacco stocks In the var
ious local stores.
Mr. and Mrs. John llwlsoy enter-
talnatt quite h number uf the little
folk of Springfield VlnKit th
! occasion being tho birthday of their
i little daughter.
j Corporal Frank Hill, who recently
' received his honorable discharge from
tho Marines at Syracuse. X. Y., was
the dinner guo9t of Dr. and Mrs. Jteb-
ban Monday evening.
Mr. John Senvey was a visitor In
the city Thursday from his Hop Is
land ranch. While here ho attended
the Auto show in Eugene and pur
chased a Kordson tractor.
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Gay left Sunday
for Corvallls, where they will mako
their home. Mr. Gay having nccoptod
a position with the Southern Pacific
company at that place.
Earl Hall, of Donna, met with a
painful though not serious accident
Wednesday while chopping wod, the
axo glancing and striking Mr. Hall In
tho leg, cutting quite a gash.
Mrs. D. W. Sturgls left Monday for
Cottage Grove, whore she will Join
her husband who left hero some time
ago to accept a position there In a
garage. They will make that city
their future home.
Mrs. Sue Geil and her mother, Mrs.
Cell, were dollghtfully entertained at
a dinner given In her honor by Mrs.
O. B. Kessey. Mrs. Gell Is a nurse
and has Just recently returned from
Otto Nettleton, eon of Mrs. Gcorgle !
Nettleton, arrived In Springfield Sat
urday evening from Camp Lewis.
whero ho received his discharge from
the service. He will return to Port
land In a few day8 whero he expects
to work In tho' shipyards.
A. D. Moe. the tailor, who Is now
located at Astoria, arrived Saturday
evening for a few days' visit with his
family. Mr. Moe is impressed by tho
bright outlook in Springfield, and may
decide to return here during the sum
mer and again enter business.
Charles R. Warren, formerly night
clerk of tho Smeade hotel in Eugene,
but lately manager of the Merchants'
Dispatch in the same city, died this
morning. Mr. Warren was quite well
acquainted in Springfield and ylclnltv
and a wide circle of friends will uc
grieved to learn of his passing.
Ray Jenkins, accompanied by Mrs.
Jenkln3, have returned to Springfield
to reside after a two years' absence.
Mr. Jenkins formerly conducted a
cleaning establishment hero, but will
now be employed by tho Booth-Kellv
mill. He contempates purchasing
acreage ::ar town and engage in
Canning to diversify his activities.
Eggimann's bakery departmtnt is
undergoing an extensive overhauling
this week. The walls are being cal
cimined and all equipment put in firs?
class condition Tor the production of
goods of quality under the direction of
Mr. Manchester, master baker, who
recently took charge of this depart
ment. Tomorrow several special.?
will be on sale, such as cream puffs,
layer cakes, cookies, doughnuts; etc.,
and a trial of these goods will con
vince anyone of their superior qual
ity. LETTERS WORK
Vours tor the Victory Loan.
A piomlnent business man of St.
Louis haB suggested that If all business
letters were signed In this manner
the thought of the Victory Llbeity
Loan would be so firmly Impressed
on everyone's mind that It would be
much oasler to lalse the Ifi.OOO.owi one
to be a sited for by tho government
beginning with the fjfth drive April
Make your letters worlc for the Vic
tory Lean. Start In now to boost.
Mako the slogan "Yours for the Vic
tory Loan," help put t)ie fifth dilve
over the top.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, an tliey
raiiiint reuL'li tlie ae;U of the illiiwiHt'. Cu
tanh Ih a blood or cmstltullnal illiM-ano,
and In order to cure il you imiHt t.ikti In
ternal reini'dlcg. Hull's Catarrh Cun- l
taken Internally, ami tu'U directly upon
Hit: Wood and uiucmiH surface. Ilnll'tf
Catarrh cum In not a quark medicine. It
a prmurlljeU l,y Die of the bunt phy
ii Inns In this i i.untry fur yearn and I
tt tegular piMJcilpilnri. It '. eompoaei of
the lfit tonteM known, eoinhlned with the
ben I blood piirlilern, m-tln directly on tin
ttiuiou surfiu-eu. The mrfc.ri combina
tion of tha two !'iKrodln?3 Ih what im
dures such wonderful iraullH In ntrliiK
eil-nih He-,il for t. stll'i,in!:ilH t ri i
I'. .1 CUKNKV & C(. -i,. Toledo. O.
: . a i in Lin it'. i i r.'
'tAhr li'UIS 1 U It . I" 8 10. r il i.,p:nlon
You are Koing to need a fow iilocoti of FUUNl
TL'UE and a RUG or two this sprliiK to brlwhtou
up your, homo or replace tho old one ami you
will find a big assortment HERE both In furni
ture and rugs to select from. We want your
business and will give you the best possible ser
vice at all times and a DOLLAR'S WORTH OF
GOODS FOR EVERY DOLLAR SPENT WITH
US. Come in and let us figure with you whether
you want .one pleco or a complete outfit. "Wo
can SAVE YOU MONEY."
Brauer & Coiiley
Cor. Ninth and Oak, Eugene
' With shock absorbers
' In tho bosom of hijs trousers
With an accident policy
Upon his person
Like a battleship
To deceive the enemy
Went "over tho top'
In the Odd Fellows last night
And Is working today.
And his next door neighbor,
Sowed more wild oats
Dy blowing himself
For a scat
At the Mutt and Jeff show
Just sixteen feet south
Of tho front row beauty chorus.
And out of the twenty-four
Of the bald-pate row
John was tho only ono
Who had a
Thatch on his roof.
To Identify him
WaB a cinch.
The diy Is fast approaching
When Springfield again
Pays tribute to tho
Eugene Ico Trust.
Wouldn't It freeze you?
2 WAR TANKS
Each PaciiV Coast State to
Get at Least One Tank to
Aid Fifth Drive
Twelve :anks which i'ave been as
signed to the Twelfth Federal Reserve
District lot use during tho Victor)
Liberty Loan drive opening April 21
have been assigned to the seven states
In the district so that each state In
the district will get at least one ot the
tanks to dlspiay during the campaign
Tho tanks have been ast, gned as fol
lows: Two to Washington, one to
Oregon, one to Idaho, one to Utah
rno to Nevada, two to Northern Call
fon.la and two to Southern California
and Arizona. The remaining two tanks
a.e to be carried o- special trophy
trains which will tcur the district.
Tankb In Sham Battle
Veterans oi the American Expedl
ilonary Fortes who have seen nctual
service In France will be. tho drivers
of tho tanks during the enmpaign. He
foi-o being distributed throughout the
dlttrlct for tho opet.lng of tht. cam
oaten the tanks will parade itwSan
Francisco and give a sham battle.
1 All of tho tanks are being shipped
1 from the East direct to San Francisco
! 'Pltrx ns tiiA In arrive thorn ntmilf
liu at u uwu
April (i when they will be taken to a
four acre tract near tho Southern Pa
cific freight yards and assembled by
the men who are to drive them. Kach
of the limits will bo armed with a
Mariln machine gun or 37 M.M. smoke
bombs with special plttols and lights.
Dltplay of War Relics
In addition to the tntiks tho special
trophy trains will car.y a co-npleto
display of relics which havo been
gathered on tho biittlellolds of France
and which havo been hipped bad: to
this country, since tho signing of the
armistice. Accompanying each of the
trains will lie an American war hero
who will speak for the Mclory Loan
One of tii' trains wl'l tour 'bo North
v,est and the other will travel thioimb
California and, tin South wei-t.
1 r."n v your jU rl. tlon to ttie N't vu
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notlco Is hereby given that tho un
dersigned has been appointed ns ad-,
minlstrator of the estate of HnrrlBon ;
,11. Gray, deceased, by tho County
Court of Lano county. All persons
having claims ngalnst snld estate aro
hereby notified to llle tho same duly i
verified with tho administrator at tho i
law office of Williams & llean, In En- i
gene, Oregon, within six (C) months j
from the dato of II rut publication of '
Dato of first publication of this
notice April 4. 191D.
J. W. HEUQMAN, Administrator.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of thV Interior.
17. S. Land Olllco nt Rcjobttrg, Oro.
. March G, 1919 j
Notlco is hereby given ;hat Isaac .
Newton Illanton, of Eugene, Oregon,
who, on May -I. 1915. made Home
stead Entry, Serial No. 01012S. for
a tract of 101. S2 acres In unsurvoyed
Sec. 3G. Tp. 20 S.. It. 3 E. W. M..
described by motes nnd bounds, us
follows: Deglnnlng at cornor No. 1. j
front whence tho nunrtor-section cor
ner on east line of Section 35, same
township, bears N. 89 57' W., 19.99
elm; theuco ,N. 20.45 chs; thencu E.
39.98 chs: thence S. 20.48 chs; thence
W. 9.94 chs; thonco S. 10 chs; thence
W. 20 chs; thenco N. 10.04 chs; thonco
W. 9.9G chs; to place of beginning;
has filed notice of Intontlon to mako
final three-year proof, to establish
claim to the land nbovo described,
before E. O. Immcl, U. S. Commis
sioner, at his olllco, at Eugcno, Ore
gon, on the 15th dny of April, 1919.
As this land Is within a section
granted to the Statn for school pur
poses, tho Stato of Oregon is spec
Claimant names as witnesses:
C. M. Dunning, of Onkrldgo, Ore
gon; A. V. Ityker, of Oakrldge, Oro
gon; F. H. Chonowcth, of Oakrldgo,
Oregon; and Earl Hubert, of Oakrldge,
W. H. CANON, Itoglster.
In the Circuit Court of tho Stato of
Oregon, for Lane County.
Alma A. Jarvls, plaintiff, vs. Charles j
W. Jarvls, defendant.
To Charles W. Jarvls, tho above
In the namo of tho Stato of Oregon,
you aro hereby summoned and re
quired to bo and appear in tho nbovo
entitled Court nnd suit and nuswur
the complaint of tho plaintiff filed '
herein ngafnst you within six weeks i
from tho dute of tho first publication ,
of this summons, March 21st, 1919, ,
And If you so fall to answor said com-1
plaint within said time, tho plaintiff
will apply to tho Court for tho rollof
prayed for, to-wlt: for a decree dis
solving the bonds of matrimony now
existing by and between you and
plaintiff, for tho custody of the minor
children mentioned in said complaint,
and for full relief. This summons Is
served upon you by publication In the
Springfield Nows, a nowspaper pub
lished In Springfield, Lano County,
Oregon, and weokly, for six consecu
tive weeks, by order of Hon. G. F.
Sklpwortb, Judgo of tho abovo Court;
said order being mndo and entered of
record March 18, 1919, directing tho
The dato of the first publication pro
scribed by said order Is March 21,
1919, and last dato May 2, 1919.
C. M. KISSINGER,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Residence, Eugone. Oregon.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at Itosoburg, Oro.
March i2, 1919.
Notlco is hereby givon that Frank
L. McQueen, of Mabel, Oregon, who,
on April 24, 1912, mado Homestead
Entry, Serial No. 07908, for thoSW'i
NWtf hnd JSVt NW'i, Section 20,
Township 15 S, Kanga 1 E, Willamotto
Meridian, has filed notice of Inten
tion to mako final Flvo-ycttr proof, to
establish claim to tho land above des
cribed, before E. O, Immol, U. S. Com
missioner, at his olllco, tit Eugene,
Oregon, on tho 22nd day of April,
Claimant names as witnesses:
(!. W. Itlggs, of Mabel, Oregon; II.
M. Itlggs. of Mabel! Oregon; Adolf
I loll, of Mabel, Orogon; and William
Illack, of Marcola, Orogon.
W. II. CANON, Register..
NOTICE OF 8ALE OF REAL PROP
ERTY BY ADMINISTRATOR.
Notice Is hereby given Hut under
and by vlrtuo of an order of the t'ouii-
sty ixi'-fcuu-'r ir, if r,iiry'i hi w t ati , n .t
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.
Wise up on
"A lot of you fel
lows are cheating
yourselves out of
real tobacco satis
what I get out of
good old Gravely."
REAL CHEWING PLUG
Plug, packed in pouch.
ty Court, of Lano County, Oregon, '
.any uiauu oy sam Court on the 21st
day ot March, 1919, authorizing and
directing T. H. Garrett, tho Adminis
trator of said estate, to make such
sale, as such Administrator (if tho
real estuto, hereinafter described, I will
on Friday, tho 2d day of May, 1919, at
tho hour of 1 o'clock In the afternoon
of said day, at the southwest door
of tho Lano County, Court House, In
Eugone, Lnno County, Oregon, offer
for s'alo and sell nt public auction
uud public salo to tho highest and
best bidder for cash in hand and for
tho highest and beat prico obtain
able therefor, all tho right, tltlo, and ;
lntorcst of Etta K. E. Preston, de
ceased, and of hor ostato, In and to
tho following doscrlbed roal estate,
to-wlt: Lot Sovontoon In Dlock Flvo,
FnlrmounL now a pnrt of tho City of
Eugono, Lano County, Oregon.
Said salo to bo subject to confir
mation by said County Court.
T. 31. GARRETT, Administrator.
In tho Circuit Court of tho Stato of
Oregon for Lano County.
Tho Ilooth-Kolly Lumbor Company,
plaintiff, v, Frank Uuiyjoss; also
all other persons nnd parties un
known claiming any right, title, os
tato, lien or interest in the real
property described in tho complaint
To Frank Hurgoss; also all other
porsons nnd parties unknown claim
ing any right, title, estate, Hon, or
lntorcst, In tho real property des
cribed in, tho complaint horein;
In tho namo of tho Stato of Oregon,
you aro hereby summoned to answer
tho complaint filed ugnlnst you In tho
nbovo entitled cause and court within
hlx weeks from tho first publication
ot this summons, nnd If you fall so
to dppcar and answor, for want there
of, plaintiff will tako Judgment
against you for tho rollof demanded
lit the complaint, numely, that plain,
tiff Is the owner and Iji possession of
tho following real property. North-wt-t
duarti r of section !2, Tp. in H.
of Rawo 1 E. of tho Wlllainbttn Mer
id'ai". lii Lrni.- County, Oregon; that
;ou h. vo no right, lll'.c, e no, lion
r-' i tt'uj ifc m
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE
STSTEM OF BANKS
Good taste, smaller
chew, longer life iswlmt
makes Genuine Grave
ly cost less to chew than
Writ to .
DAN VILLI!. VA.
for boolltt on (hrwlng pluf.
or Interest therein, and quieting plain
tiff's title from all claims held or
aborted by you, ami for Hitch other
relief as may ho Just. This summons
Is served upon you by publication by
virtue of an order of tho irtin. G. F.
Sklpwortb, Circuit Judgo, dated Feb
ruary 27, 1919, directing that this
summons 'tie served upon you by pub
lishing tho same once In ench weok
for six successive weeks in tho
Springfield News, and that you ans
wer tho same within six wooka from
the first publication thereof.
This summons Is so first published
Fobnulry 28, 1919.
S. D. ALLEN, Attorney for plaintiff,
.10 8th Ave. W Eugono, Oro.
D. W. ROOF
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W. F. WALKER
. FUNERAL DIRECTOR
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