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Fill DAY, AUdUHT 15. 1919
THE SriUNG FIELD NKW3
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
CMtLTON V. TAGE and S. VANCE CAR LEY, Publishers.
CARLTON W. TAPE. Editor.
F'bJ's!d Evry Friday at Springfield, Lane County, Oregon.
'opsi at the IVKtofflr at Springfield. Oregon. Second-cla Matter,
February 24. I0J.
( i e Year....
srnscRtPTiox rates :
'. JJOO . Three Month
$1.0) ! Sinrle Copy
vne year. wbe paid In advance, or Nvfor expiration ...
FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1919
FRUIT ACREAGE EXPANDING
latere t In the overflow Had ttcrvla
after described, giving, however, to
the owner or owner of any lands
abutting or fronting thereon, the
prefernc rlKht to purchnte a.vtd
overflow Umta at the highest prlre
offered, provided uch offer la made
In fixxl faith, and also provided, th.it
the Und will not b aold for. nor any
offer therefor accepted of le than
$7 50 .er acre, and that the Hoard rj
errra the right to re)oet any and all
Said landa are striated In I.no
County. Oregon, and described aa fol
tUginning at a point 10.S35 rh-!n
north of corner to Section tl. 32. S7
and IS. T. 17. S. IV 2 W. W. M . and
running thence N. 79 00' S'. 2.00
chain; N 83 10 V. 2.00 chain; N.
73 IS' V. 1.3 chaint. to a point In
the V S. meander line of left bank
MrKenzlo For of Willamette It.
. ... ... , i ,t.i.. i liiracr aionc aaiu meanuer une. r
rnenomen&i prices ror smaii irons is siaruus uhuuivu -i M. w K 421 t,,,lni. s u. M. E
Jyvncra of land to putting out one to teu acre fruit tract?. j 7-1 chains; south oo chain-: s z'
The fact that even cull apples bring ten dollars a ton shows ot" E. 5.40 rhait; s. 47 oo E. 4 :s
the. unlimited demand for jellies, or which mm juices are comr ;: - 4sdyh,,. oo: k
t'ie. 4 25 chain; N. 60 60' E. 1.10 chains';
That a SL Louis svndicate has recently mvesteu jm'o.wo m n. 74 4' k. 4 5ft chaint: . x. 64 23
rrhar.I in ma wslArti BtntP shows the direction CaiUal l3 tak- I K 2 " chain; X. 4'. OS' K. 4J
Irg on fruit.
Strawberries, loganberries, and mi raspberries proved sold
lailnes this year even for quarter-acre patches, netting $200 an
r On top of this berry patch owners find ready market for all
Vaaes and tips that root between now and -winter at good prices.
Strawberries averaged 4i cents a pound ror ten years past
chain?; to the center line of the old
channel of said river a established
In County Survey 1503 dated April 1.
19it. thence along center line of old
chanuel aa ectablished In aaid County
urvey S. SO 30" V. 20 00 chin; "X.
24 30' YV. 11.02 chain ; North- 7.53
chains to the meander line on the
right bank of said river, thence along
j.r.1 no- rr.ntrsrto nrp offpred CTOwers at 7 to 8 Cents for five meander X. 17 45' V. S.30 chains;
- X. 6 00' W
Raspberries averaged 54 cents a pound for ten years before
1919 and growers are offered contracts at 8 to 10 cents a pound
for five years.
Lofc-anbeiTY Uds for planting are worth $25 a thousand, and
can be produced with little effort, three to five thousand to the 'state Land Hoard. Salem. Oregon, and
'marked "Application and Kid to Pur-
Raspberry canes are worth for planting $S to $10 per thousand 5 uw0 -n"s
i;u are sen starters at me rate ui ten muu&uiiu iu cue c i c
The expansion of small fruit industry builds up many allied
industries such as juice, box, can manufacturing, etc.
LUMBER INDUSTRY AS EMPLOYER
2 OS chaina to uiesnd.-r
corner between Sectlona 21 end 22.
thence South 5.72 chain to the place
of beginning, and containing 20.237
Application and bids should be ad
dressed to C. O. Brown. Clerk of th
Dated. July 28. 1919.
First publication. Auut 1. 191;
last publication, October 3. 1919
i NOTICE AND SUMMONS IN FORE
CLOSURE OF TAX LIEN
jr - fi zii -e . fi nil
w m eh
28 cents a package
Cam era told ai-erywfcere in .t'?oli'!j
mliy )ctn!i of 20 c4rrtm; ut
Iffrj ptvttfat (300 CJjIirefi) in 4
in0-ppr-eorrJ ctrlnn VV ttroug ?
tecoataitnd t!u canon for fh ur
office lupfiljr, or wjrn you Irmtel.
R. X REYNOLDS T08ACCO COW ANY
; If.lC nv1r.J nnn-n.Ill.. fill 11,1 1 Hi n( l.imliP I
n rnr'i rr a 1 '
v:iith v.-as 42.907.574 feet more than in 1917. At an
vholesale value of $20 a thousand, the Portland 191S lumber cut
Ri.:ounted to $12,606,200 of which nearly $10,000,000 went to
h.bor in logging camps and sawmills or in transportation and
c.'ier industries incident tc lumber manufacture.
This is merely in one city in one state but it illustrates what
iu lustry means to a community.
The mines, the oil industry, the sugar industry and similar
basic industries all represent the same distributon of wages in
tk territories in which they operate.
A blind man should be able to see that we all depend on
prosicrous industries for our individual prosperity. In no section
ol the country is this more forcefully illustrated than in the
I'acific coast states where the lumber and logging industries
tmploy tens of thousands of men and are largest employers of
i The people living in localities such as this should realize to
?hat an extent their bread and butter depends on conditions
favorable to the successful operations of a basic industry of this
character and should advocate and demand policies favorable to
Jta successful oieration.
THE CALL TO SERVICE
fl- (R. II .Ballard of Los Angeles.)
' There is much talk going on in the country now by seers and
CKhers who are preaching radical changes in government. What
is the matter with our present government? Our constitution
jr'.vcs us inalienable, inviolable rights of personal security, personal
liberty and private property. To change it, as advocated by some,
wo::!'! be to disregard these splendid privileges, no matter how
pure a theory some forms of government, such as Socialism,
may be based upon. History has taught us that the adminis
tration of these is not American in the fagt that the principles of
our constitution are disregarded. The Bolsheviks of Russia and
the I. V. W.'s of America are one and the same thing all dis
jfi'arding lights of property, personal security and personal
liberty. To what lengths they have gone in Russia in the dis
regard of personal security and liberty is well known. There is
nothing American in this. The American people do not need
a i:ev form of government, but ratber they do need to awake to
th true signs of the times namely, the call to service in J.he
Litest KC'ise of the word.
Louisa Mvland. Plaintiff, vs. K"7.abeth
Taylor. Arizona Uilbreoth, Nancy
J Hu-l'ou. Matilda Thompson. Sar-c-ptaiDaird.
sometimes spoiled Ser
repta IWrd. Gamaliel Taylor. Or
lando C. Tajior, Mrs. A. O. Winn.
M. L. O'Hurio, sometime spelled
Oharro. and A. C. Tuil. heirs at law
of "Eber Taylor, deeeaed. and all
person unknown, if any. having or
claiming an interest or estate In und
to the hereinafter described real
To KIirbth Tavli.r Arizona Ci-
breath. Xancy J. Hudson. Matilda'
Thompfcon. Sarepta Baird nurae
tlmes apelled Serrepta Beard, Gam
aliel Taylor, Orlando C. Taylor, Mr.
A. G. Winn. M. L. OHario. some
time apelled Oharro and A. C. Tull,
heirs at law of Eb?r Taylor, doct-as-'ed.
and all persona unknown, if any,
.having or claiming an intoreal or
estate In and to the hereinafter
described real property, the abovo
IX THE NAME OK THE STATE OF
You are hereby notified that this
plaintiff U Louiea liyland. the holder
of Certificate of Delinquency number
ed J277. Uzuod on tbe 7th day of
October. 1913. by the Tax Collector of
the County of Lane, Ktale of Oregon
CAMELS' csrcrl tlfril of c:?ileo
Ttu-i.ir.li mill chouc I j--nv.-jiio
Dlia.-cos im:-.wcti every cv;r.rct,J
Ccmv yon e ?r Si. J ! Ca:iicl? r.v
ELjchu.iivcr.. U!c'.i;;l t.sv.cla. r:-.:.M
civoyinrnl i.r. 1 : i.V. f-u'tK.: . v.rU
c ill th?::: a t;,::'-tti' r Vv!.-...;oa!
It you lih? : ci;.rt M" t!:: i!-C3
net l-jiivf i.;iy nip oi.'..'i.t cii'viiy
c.lien; rv.- r urpli'.v.ynt (t;;rctty
o.lor, smolic Canic!.! ll you
Imnt r lor i ri'h, nit How-miM
ciir-'U't'tte tl.ut h.: nil tlir.t J!r;'b!o
ci;:JL-ctto "body" .t!I, yon i;ct
some Cat:ic!c us quid-1 us j tm can!
Camels' expert blcml (u..!.w,ii rll hf J
delightful quality p.-l!t. Voiu
parsonul test wid provo that C.rel
Ciartttts uiv tlx only ciEarc'ite
you t cr smoked th.tt jt'st ?ecm
m.kk' to mee t your taste I You ill
prefer them to eilhor kind f to
bacco smoked biruiltt!
CornpHrc Camels for quality nnd
Eutisfaction vvith any cigarette ia
Uie world at :u cricc!
' 1 I C 1 . .. n n . .11
for the amount of 18 S7. the same be- ..' ' . . . V
lu the Circuit Court of the St.ite of
Oreiton for Ijne County.
E. A. ApKiir. K. S Apear. and Marl.t
Walker. Plaintiff. . X!ll Whit
mote: Alwj all other iHTons and
partie claiming any rijeh. title, es
tate, lien or inter! In the real
e.tate described in the compUlut
To the above named Defendauta:
In tbe Name of tbe State of Oreron.
you and each of yoti are hereby sum
moned to auKwer tho complaint filed
against you In the above entitled cau9
and court within six weeks from the
date of find publication of this sum
mon, and If you fail no to answer
plaintiffs will take Judgment against
you that they are the. oaner lu fee
of the following real property:
Beginning at the quarter port at the
middle point of the Kertlon line be
tween sections IS and Id in Township
1C ttouth of Range 1 weot of tho Will
amette meridian, and run theure uouth
nd 1-3 rod,
thence north 22 rod to the bank of tbe
Mohawk river, lh-nce easterly along
said bank to a point rod north of
WE PAY MORE
SELL FOR LESS
ing the amount then due and delin
quent for taxeu for the year 1912, to-'
getner wun -penalty. mteroBi ana cost r . . , . ; , . ..,,,, 1
thereon upon the real proierty a?ess-', i P . . .? 'K. ' Jg,"
ed to you. of which you are the owner :
as appears of record, situated in said
County and Slate, and
MOST UNJUST TAX
The tpe-ial five per cent excise tax on candy, above all oilier
taxation, is one of the sore spots remaining as result of hanyi
i iii - .i -i i
aii't m-uijiiMuei tu war unie legislation. J
I he v. ar proved candy manufacture to be an essential mdu.-.iry
raxing it as non-essential Is most unjust. This tax acls ir
diitcily on the beet sugar industiy and the farniers raising beet.-?
as it t?ndj to reduce sugar consumption at a time when it is highly
essential we build up this indu.utiy. It is a direct lax on every
chi.'d in the land who buys a penny's worth of candy.
S rods to the plare of berinnlng, sltl
ated In Lane County, Oregon, contain-'
I... 1 1 IE 1 I , nn.l .V... .
particularly B i. j
bounded and describ.-l a follow, to- "J.. VBUl ? V-J
llltru ur luinmi iiii.rii, nun iui uiu' I
' i-.- li- I
Undivided H Interest in SVi of Lots ' w;r p ' .
4 and 5. Block 47 of Junction City, j u Th. """"" u
uy viriut; UI Ull IJIUCI III III"
V. Skinwonh. Circuit Jud;e. made and
filed July 22. 1919. rtlrectinu that thS ;
Kummoni- be served upon defendant;
by pubtikHiiiK the nam", oiw In each i
week In the Springfield New for six1
MurceHKive v.eekii. ami that dt-f'-mlantd
jnewer the s-anie within six weekn '
fmm the dare of'flrnt piiblii '.il.ioii
thereof. This niinmon. it- ra first i
iJl .rr.h .' t'i,"i.,',.f ti -. . rmbllhhed Jul. 'i'.t, litis i
for taxe of the year 1914 ' ..... ,, V AM-fc" I
)r February 21, 1917. the sum of Attorney (or PlaintiffM. l-UK-'iie, Ore ;
On April :.. 191S. tho kum of $7.57. i V1""" lo"- UI!UM '"J
for ;txe of t lie year 1910. '
You are further notified that I.oul'-a i
Hyland. the holder of Raid Certificate i
oCrxjI'iKluncy. has pild taxes on aid .
premises for prior or subsequent t
years an follows, to wit: ,
On October 7. 19L5. the in of
$6.87, for taxes of the year 1912
On March 20. 1914. the sum of:
14.75, for taxes of the. year 191.';.
Sold and Ex
changed HOWIE FURNISHERS
IN THE CREAMERY BUILDING. WEST MAIN
hCTICr OF SHERIFF'S SALE
EXECUTiCr. IN FORECLOSURE
N(,i-e- in ucrtUy given Cat by vir
tue "f ci Execution und or'Jer of aie
jh.iUi-.i out oi the (-ii'ouit c-ouri of tho
yrat.' ol Onvo.i for Ine County on
tli..- l".!i dyy of July, 1919, on a dfn.ree.
.jti red therein or Hie l'jfh d.'iy of
Jaiy. l<, in u fcuit wlierein Iff-ury M.
htMu was f.ltiiatitf and Corneliii
Bj-jtriwria:! h'i'J Henry M. Uoed:g
lioimcr ri' ceft darits, and wlierein
Jttdic '' vva-i rendered in favor of
faald Fhe1'):)!! sod aKuiiist said Kpark
(iian for tin- t-'Ji of SC5u with intureH'
from Jiiu. I'. 19J7. a? 8 p:r teut ;
$C.S7 vith in-.' rc.-:-r. fi'irn Fel.tuary 1
l!'l!l, villi : a'. H per n.-ni; in
tl... K-im ff ''' T'.. uiili irncrt st ii h
,..r tiir. Aii.-i' I'll'i- Tit, -.mil
of s-; mi ;(!. r.'iey'B fi-e. ki:1 lf:n
titan of V t'. "--. srid dM.ur.-,.
Jliei-ia of h-l'l sui' hi(h t-'.u:-i 'ATlf
dc-ti;''. J lo i' a l.' -n ujioy V..'. hind
Jit-rum r ii.enl'ofed fioi t!t: 1U
day ot J;ill J.ti y. V.:., tiit) hai'l JiulK
inent havliiK tx-fni I -J t y enrolled an l
docketed iu tho office ol the W;ik of
taid court ou Baid lCih day of Juiv,
3919, and tho feaid execution and older
of eala to tue directed commaDdinK mo
to sell tho property hereinafter named
to aatitfy said Judgment, Interest, at
torney's fee end eoata, including tho
espemsfcs of ihi.i writ,
New In accordance tberewlfh, I will
n2-2-ly ti 3 iSri day of August,
at 1:00 p. ta t tJUe aonthweftt
ON I frontdoor of the court hotifc- in the
city of Lugene, Oregon, c-ffer ior ale
and Hell to the highest bidder fr
each, at pul.dic vendue, the fuilo a in-;
ComineiiiiiiK at a point 11.91 chains
ea..t from the K.outliei-f,t conn r of tiic
L'ugene F. .Skinner Oonatiou Land
CiHim iu section '.'.2, Township 17
south, of Kange 3 west of Willaiiir tie
meridian, and three chains e,t of
the northeast corner of county hui
vey 113. and run thencr, wif-t eighty
feet, thence- bouUi one hundreij hc-v-enty-four
le-t, theti'e eai-t ei,iiiy fl,
thotice li'irtii on'i hundred seventy fiiir
Kct to thf nlaie of hegiiiiiing. hi'uafe-1
i:: i lie city of Etipcaie, Lane County,
Or.-pon, In satisfy i-.aid judgment, In
cofcis and churpes, with nil li:c
r S m 1 1 1 . title and estate that defendants
Jn January 10. 1919. the sum
Jti.oo. fur taxe of t he year 1917.
On April .r., 1919. the Mini of J5.:i7.
for laxe,, of the year 191 S
All of said amounts hear iiitc-rest
from dai.n of pnynihn'. at the rate of
l", per ceiit per annum.
Said Klizabeth Taylo; as the owner
of the leial title f tin- Above describ
ed rrojerty as the came appears of
record, and each of the other persons
above named aie fc?r by further notiti-
In the Circuit Court of the State of,
Oieson for lane County.
Kenneth Campbell. Flaintiif, v. be.i-1
ij Slmph'in, Defendant. j
To Hessio riinf'oii. Defendant:
You are hereby required and sum-,
moned to appear and answer tho cotn-1
plaint of the plaintiff file! In the;
abovo entitled Court within six weeks
from the first date of publication of
ed that the plaintiff herein will apply '" aummons, and ir you a i to so him
to the Circuit Court of the County .-.ml 'peur and answer, the plaintiff, will ,
St?teaforesai. for a decree f,jr,.,.,w. ; take Judgment by default agamM you j
Ing the lien of said taxes and coats ! prayed for In said complaint. l''1:
uv-Alnt lh nrr.t.ertv tihf.ve fleKi rilie.l for a decree to the effect
or i-.i:y o:rer peiKti or persons c!.tini-
ji.k ny, u,r(Ann or unaer Uiem. or ,,f
t- tTier or lliem, had therein on ba d
loth (hy of Jan., 191"i, or Lure Hince
rieiiuired. .Said Hale, will le s'liiject l-i
redemption as by law allowed.
FftKJJ G. STICKLKS,
Sheriff of Lane County, Oregon.
F.'ist publication, July 'ir., last puo
li aiion, Augubt 15. 1919.
NOTICE ia hereby given that the
State Laud Hoard of the State of Ore
gon will receive sealed bida at its of
fice ia tho Capitol Hulldinr rt Salem,
Oregon, up to 10:00 o'clock A. M., on
October 11, 1919, for all Ue State'
and mentioned In aid er.rtifkat;-. And
you are hereby nummoned to appear
within sixty davs after the service of
lh:s pummoris uj:on you, excluHive of
the day of service, and defend this Milt
or pay the amount duo a-i tliino
shov. n, togeiher with t fils and ac ru-
i fiiiei-esi, r.nd in ( of you. t,itli:n
to d' -o, a d' ' ree v l'i be remle. i-!
funch.Mnif the lien f t r.ai l t.ixe- and
costs avaim-t the I;. ml am pie.i:-
1 ht Mlintei'!!!-: !:i l u'd'-lped 1' eril' r
he Hon. (j. V. Skipwofth, Jul.-e ,i
tin- Circuit CeiKt. of the S!;i"; )
Xoi! f'(;r the Comply of La no, i ' ! i-i'd
ordi-r v.-.'ib made und 'dale. I h,;.. 'jc, l
liay of July, 1919, anil the lirM publl
'fetlon of this hututiions i liii.-t l.-it May
of Aiiguxt, 1919.
All procesa and papers in tli'ti pro
ceedings may be served upon the en
dendgned, residing within the State
of Oregon, ut the addreis herein afu r
WALTER b. JfiNK;
Attoru-y for i'lalntuf
Addrrtj: Eighth Ave, and Wi'.UiueUa
btreeta, iSugoDo, Oregon.
that the certain Judgment aaintt this,
plaintiff, rendered In flavor of defend !
ant herein, ami tiled und recorded, on
June 2.2nd, 1917, in the Journal of this!
court in volume 21, at page .105, he Set
jiside, camelled and held for naught.
and that plaintiff have Judgment forj
nib's and disl)ur.( mi nts of this nult(
and such oiher ami further relief as to:
: e Court may seem juiit and equltublo j
Thai the afon-Hild Hiimiimns, Is pub I
1 hed by order of tho Hon G. F. Sklp-j
..(nh, inade the lT.it It day if June,'
191!). decreeing that this aiimmoiiii ho j
I eldi'died (.lire euch'vveek for six sue- j
revive weeks. In Ihe Springfield j
N'ews and Ihat a copy of said sum
inons with complaint, ho eucios.id, !
pioi-'cily aildreiijed lind deposited I'll
the. i'o.t OH ice, at Eugene, Oregon,
wlili postago prepaid and addressed
lo suld defendant, forthwith at Wash
ington, I). V.
Tho -first date of publication la the
HtU uy ot July, 191J.
A. C. WOODCOCK
L. R. EDMUMSOX,
At'.oracra lo? I'lRlntlff.
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