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TILE STRING FIELD NEWS
FRIDAY, AIH1UHT 22. 1919
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
CARLTON V. TAOK and S. VANCK CAOLEY. Publishers.
CARLTON W. TA(i K. Editor.
Published Every Friday at Springfield, Lane County, Oregon.
Entered at the Poo t office t Springfield. Oregon. Second clu Matter.
February J4, 1903. ,
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1919.
WE'RE NOT SO HARD UP
Everybody, to listen to them tell tt. is losing the race between
the dear old purse and the speedy 11. C. L.
Old II. C. L. gathers speed at every lap. and family purse
stumbles alonghardly in the race at all.
Anybody will tell you that it is "imiossibU" absolutely, for
the majority of the families to live decently these days.
And a lot of folks believe all this. ,
Mob hysteria, that s all. chains
As a matter of fart the average familv is living better todavi'6 30
NOTICE ta hereby Riven that the.
State Ijnd Hoard or the State of Ore
(ton will receive sealed bid at Ita of
r:.- lp the Capitol llultditiK at Salem.
Creson. p to 10:00 o'clock A. M. on
Cc'obwr 14. ll. for all the State
lntreat In the overflow lands herein
after described. Riving, however, to
the owner or owners of any lands
abutting or fronting, thereon, the
preference right to purchase said
overflow land at the hi client price
offered, provided such offer is made
In good faith, and also provided, that
the land will not be sold for. nor any
offer therefor accepted of less than
$7.60 per acre, and that (he Hoard re
serve the right to reject any and all
Said Is mis are fljunted In lnne
County. Oregon, and described as fol
lows, to wit: v
Beginning at a point 10.9:16 chains
north of corner to Sections 21. 22, 27
and 28. T. 17, S. It. 2 W. V. M . and
running thence N. 79 00' Y. 2.00
chains; N. S.T 10' W. 2.00 chains; N
73 IS' W. 1 39 chains, to a point In
the l". S. meander I'ne of left bunk i
McKenzle Fork . of Willamette K . j
thence along said meander line. S i
52 00' K. 4 21 chains; S 16 00' K.
7.14 chains; South 6 00 chains; S 21 '
00' K. 5 40 chains: S. 47 00' K. 4 25 1
S. 74 30' K. 3.50 chains; S
K. 4 50 chains; S SS" 00' K.
4.25 chains: X. 60 00' E. 1 10 chain;
X. 74 45" K. 4 60 chains; X. 54 23'
K. 2 22 chain; X. 48' OS' K. 40
chains; to the center line of the old
channel of said river as established
In this country than it ever did before, anywhere in the world
And if you doubt it you go into the stores, go to the stores that
sell Jewelry and watches: or those that sell pork chops and bread,
and ask whether business is good.
Ask the banks how balances r ompare with those of four years VjZinwXu'ot ,S
S?0. channel as established In said Count v
Ask employment agencies how wage schedules, and the mini-1 survey s. so so v. 20.00 chains; x
ber of unemployed, compare with the good old days of 1914.' I-' so- w. 11.02 chains; North 7.5.1
And finallygo to the agents for four of the lower priced at.to-!'" fr ri"T llZZ
mobiles and inquine w hat the chances are for speedy delivery of meander x. 17 45' v. s :to chain;
a nice shlney automobile. '.v. es 00' v. 2.0s chains to meander'
All over the country the demand for cheap cars is the greatest corner between sections :i and 22.
ewr known, and buyers are waiting for weeks to secure their cars. JTbTginnK. liJZin & !
These automobiles are purchased by workers, by farmers, by acres, j
Small business men. I Applications and bids should be h1 j
A lot of this pessimism is simple hysteria; the cost of living jessed to o o. Brown. Clerk of the.
Is too high, that's granted, but the average American family is j XlZi wTI
as near catching up with it as it ever was: and the average family, ! chase overflow Lands." j
the country over, has more monev, excess money for luxuries or c.. bkoavn. j
the savings bank, than it ever had before. Ju)v ("s"r'919,"t0 'I,n,l Hl,ar'!
And labor never found it easier to secure its demands. Not ( ylri't publication. August 1. 1919.'
enly for wages, but for shorter hours, better working conditions, last publication. October ". i!U9
a general square deal.
Don't get too sympathetic over your sad lot ; remember l'.tOT or j
1S?3. if vou can, and you will feel considerably better.
Cm r nrttj pvpry.
wher in cirntiti. ally J
package of Jt ci,iarfttr ur
l'npii'tllri( ci t iref (,,)
Iff m j.l.inp ;iiT-,-iil'fr.
carton. VVe .'rofijt y r. .en.
mrnJ tht carfon for tti
iirn or ottic luppv or
?en y etj trmvt
R. J. Keynoldt Tobacco Co.
Wintton'SaUm, N. C
CAMULS nre in a chtss by themselves msily the
most refreshing, the most likaoie cigarette ',,l
ever smoked. Yt)u can prove that! Simply compare
Camels puli-by-puff with any cigarette in the world at
any price! Put quality, flavor and cigarette sjfs
faction to the utmost test!
Made to meet your taste, CanwU never tire it.no nuittrr how
liberally you smoke them! The expert blend of choice Tuikih
atul choice Domestic totuiixns makes Camels delightful - mi full -bodied,
yet so lascuiatmnly smooth and niellow-tiuld. Kvcry
time you liy.ht otic you K'"t new atul keener enjoyment !
Fieeiloiu from any unpleasant ciuretty uller t ste or anv
unpleasant ctjjaretty odoi makes Camels as unusual us they are
In lact. Camels appeal to the most fastidious smoker in ho
many new ways you never will miss the absence ol loupons,
niemiums or Rifts. Yi.m ll prrfrr Ctimel Quality !
'J'UL'C, KK J Jt
NOTICE AND SUMMONS IN FORE
CLOSURE OF TAX LIEN
1 IX THK CIKCI IT COt'RT OK THKl
I STATK OK OUKGOX KOIt LANK!
I COCXTY. I
L V''-1f Tt. Vlk In .'.y TV. ewi. v'r-.,
mm vi rk. rv a turn
F'ord cars now have self starters. j
As Henry, at last accounts, was 190,000 cars behind his orders
probably these few words of free advertising will not greatly ,
affect his business. ;
And we do want to say something about Henry's cars.
Besides making walking a pleasure Mr. Ford did a lot of things
for all of us. j
And now he is going to spoil it by putting a sputtering thing-;
amabob to do your cranking for you. :
Personally one of the chief thrills we get out of our "automo
bile" is turning the handle that sticks out of its front piazza.
It requires no brawn nor brain to stomp on a button and make
your engine wheeze. !
But to properly crank a fliwer is a fine art. !
The art crankist gives Betsy just one slight upheave, and she
He does not whirl the crank madly, nor does he puff, and pant,
and sway in the roadway.
Just the slight upward touch of the true artist and the faithful
Henry talks back to him every time.
And in the wintertime what joy there was in getting the old
relinble to rattle.
You started at seven, and at one you got the first back fire
Louisa Mylaiid. Plaintiff, vs Klizaheth , designed, residing within the Sla'e
Taylor. Arizona Oilbrealh. .Nancy j of Oregon, at the uddrv herein after
J. ilud.Mon, Matilda ThuinpHon. Sur : mentioned.
epta ISaird. .sometimes spelled Her.; WALTKJl II JOXKS,
repta Heard. Gamaliel Taylor. Or j Attorney for t'lulnt iff.
lamio C. Taylor. .Mrs. A (i Winn Addres: KiKtith Ave. ami Willamette
M. L. O'Hario. sometimes spelled hir, KiiKene. Oregon.
Oharro. and A. C. Tull. he;rs at law, ...
of Kber Taylor, dece used, and all , SUMMONS
persons unknown. If any. having or (
claiming an interest or estate in ann
to the hereinafter described
In the Circuit Court of th Slate of
Oregon for I.aue County.
To Elizabeth Taylor. Arizona Gil- E A- Apgar. V. S. Apgar. aad MurU
breath. Xaucy J. Hudson. Matilda
Thompson. Sarepta Baird some
time spelled Serrepta Beard. Gam
aliel Taylor. Orlando C. Taylor. Mm.
A. G. Winn. M. L. OHario. some
times spelled Oharro and A. C. Tull,
hlrii at law of Kber Taylor, deceas
ed, and all person unknown, If any,
having or claiming an interest or
estate In and to the hereinafter
Walker. Halntlffs. v. Nellie Whit-
wore; Also all other persons and
parties claiming any right, title, e
tale, lien or interest in the real
estate descrlled in the complaint
To the above named ilefeuduuts :
In the ume of the Stule of Oregon.
you and each of you are hereby sum
moned to answer the complaint fllijd
What is a Home?
described real property, the above i against you In the above entitled can
named defendants. and court within lx week rrom the
IX THE XA.MK OK THE STATE OF date of first publication of this huh.
ORKOoX: I uions, and If you fail so to utixwer
Vou are herebv notified that thin plaintiffs will take Judgment against
Such milSCle as We have was heaped Ot) our bones, layer by plaintiff is Louisa Hyland. the holder j you that they are Ihe owners In fee
in December. tli.. Count v of Lane. State of Oregon. ; twn aeclions 1H and 19 in Township
To date the Ford has been a regular institution, a different for '"' amount of $ f7, the same be-,16 south of Range 1 wei of the Will
ver. through the Chill months, and the Onlv callouses a"lot of of Certlflw-e of Delinquency number , of the following real property:
' .. , r , . .. ., , .. ed 177. issue.) on the 7th day of Beginning at the quarter post at the
f display tame rom caressing the handle of the family flivver ,JC,)(,r m;. ,)V tht. Tax collector of 'middle point of the Ke,tio,, line i.e.
December. the County of Lane. State of Oregon. : t ween serlions IN and 19 in Township
To date the Ford has been a reeular institution a different fr the amount of f7, the same be-, 16 south of Range l ci of Hie Will
Institution: one that required energy and intelligence to start. ' "'""' he due and i deiin-: amette meridian, and run then, ,, south
, , . . , . , " quenl for taxes for the year 1912. to- j 1.1 rods, thence west 21 ami 11 rods,
anil a nii:n degree of enmuance to keep going. pethe, with petmiiy. interest and cost ; thence north 22 rod to iue bank of the
I silt witn sell starteiri. and real snnngs. ann, mavue. even a thereon upon the real pi orerty assess-; Mohawk river, thenee m
c ushion iwo int lies ihi k. and a tire bigger than a biovcle lire, the '"' " " ''' '"' Rr tne ner ;said bank to a point s i
Old Ford iS M. Civilized and humanized that all the Sl.ortillg jt.v Of appears of record, situated M. said the iilnce of beginning I
... 1 f duntv and Stat'j. and particularly 8 roils to the place of bei
run ii ins it will be lo.si forever.
LIBERTY OF THE 1776 BRAND
The people teap what they sow. If they install bad leadership
tht y reap the h'aivfsr ol bud laves; and high taxes.
The peeple pay the price of incompetent leadership and all
h'iidsol business ami industries sutler from them.
But for intelligent e applied to govenim..nt the world would
lajn-r into anarchy and perhaps into barbarism.
'I iie stale und the hiiiion. nay even the city or county, ris'
j-r hil:ei i!'; !i iV.e ehmact.'r o.f their leaders.
Tiie eouniiy and its ind'iMiies and development depend on
j-ifind e! ina!!''!' j.oii' it ai:d lionesi lcadershij).
Tiie co'iiitry is v.a'f-hing the experiment in state SOviali-sm in
Nf-rtii liakoui vnder the gni.-e of a farmer's movement.
We tried .--(-.me of the same experiments in S!t under the
j , ; 1 1 e ol the i'opulisi moxement led by Socklcss Jerry Simpson. f,,r ,:' s "f "'" J'':,r
l l,..,-.. il-. ml,. , r il. i,ii,..t-ii.- !,, w.iLci.. l v- w ' 11 April
n v. mi ' r t i v i ue iii i " 1 1 1 1 j i in uunnia u.ii i ii' . . .
pleads for one union and the democratization of industries.
We hail the Knights of Labor and the Farmer's Alliance and
the Dennis Kearney Samllor party in the past thirty years.
Hut they have all none their way and the mournful procession
of false prophets, quack doctors and demagogue reappears.
Mohawk river, thenee easterly along
rods north of
glnn'ng, sit i-
boiiniled and described as follows, to- a ted in Lane Comity, Oregon, conmlii
ivi-: j lug 2 anil U acres, and that you. and
I'ndivided Interest in H'4 of Lot en li of you have no right title. eMtit
4 and ".. Blutk 47 of Junction City. ,n or interest- therein, and for filler
c reeoii. i appropriate relief
Vou are further notified that Louisa ibis muihiuium is sered upon you
llyluiid. the holder of said 'ert ific-i ie ,v virtue of an onler of the Hon i
ol Deliii(iiency. has paid taxes on said
it Ml for pr'or or
veins as follows, to wit:
i m October 7. l!i:i, the !.nni
S'i !7. for taxis of the year I 1 2.
i i. Match :H'. 1!1! the sum
1 .7". f'.r Ci.ve.s (f tint e;i r l!li::
"n March i i r, . the sum of
for lafs of tiie -, l!il .
t'ii Kfbriiary 21. 1!M7. the sum of
4 . for taxes of tli'- year l!il.'.
K. Skiiiwor'b. Oircm; .lulge, made and
sills (i. lit fi,., July L"J l!19. direrlfliK IliMt ill's
sililiinojis be seried upon ilefendan's
f'f by publishing the same once in each
wee. in tho "rlntrf ield News for s'x
successive weeks. .Hid licit defendants
answer the Mime within six weeks
from the ilaie of I'itki puhHcaU'in
thereof This summons is so first
pilbl'shed Julv. 2a. 1W1!I
S D. AI.LK.V
f;n April a. IfllS. the hiiiii of $7. .. 7. ; Attorney for I'UiiiHlffs Kiigene. (He
for ;axes of the year l!di Vrl "imblicat'on. July HH!t; last
On January Hi. l!tl!t the sum of j dicnl Ion. August 2!. 1HIH
i a 1 .
irm of .'.."7,
tor taxes of the ye;.,
A'l of sail aitioiuits le-ar interest '
froiii dale of payment at Hie rate of In the Cir'int Court of ihe
1' per cent per anniiiii. i Oregon for Lane County.
Said Klizabeth Taylor us the o ii'-r ' Kennel Ii Campbell. I'laintllf,
)f the e;?Hl title of ihe above deHCllli ' sle SIlupMOli, Defeiidaill.
A House is a Mere
Shell, But Fill It
New and Second-Hand
Furniture, Then You
Have a Liveable
IN THE CREAMERY BUILDING. WEST MAIN
ed prorerty as the same appears of To Bessie Simpson, Defendant:-
Lilt liheitv and flee institutions of the 77 brand survive and record, and cadi of Hie oilier persons' You are hereby reiiulred and sum-
above named are hereby further notitt moned to appear mid answer the coin
ed that the plaintiff herein w, ! apply plaint of Ihe plaintiff filed in the
to lb" Circuit Court of the ('oun'y and j,,ove entitled Court within six weeks
'.t i'e, aft resai'l f';r u decree lotwlos fmin the first dale of publication of
ictr the lien of Mihl f ixes and costs : this summons, and if you fail to so up-aiaim-l
the t roi er'y nb-i-e ib-s' ribi ! ! , ,-ar and answer, the plaintiff, will
md tin tit i(jne I in sa:d i-cr ifi ate. Aik' iu(1. Jmlguieiil by del mil ngainst you
viii arc licreli.v smihii,'i;:(" to aiiicar
" il;iti sixl days after Ml" servite of
the noble statue in her honor slill lights New York harbor.
CET THE HABIT
Modern methods of hanking are typical of America's demo
cratic way of doing hiisinis. Rich and poor alike keep their
monev iu the same bnuk and the dollar check drawn by the girl
lie day of service, atiil defend Miis : uil
or a y the 'iuiou::t due as above
siiown. tonifllii-r with costs iiinl iii ' l'ii-
"! :nli rest, and in caxe of your failure
to do so. a decree will be rendered
lci'k iu a department store on her small account, is honored tb's summ-ms upon you, cx- iusive of
itist as t nickly ami uiih as little (picstiou as a check' dra wn by
John D. on his account.
A deposit in a bank is the basis of credit for any man or
woman. It establishes a personal relation between the depositor
and tho bank, which may be of value in many ways to the de
positor. If he will ask his banker's advice before investing his
Bavings la numerous schemes which are afloat today seeking to
get his money, he will in many instances be saved severe losses.
The banking habit is a good one to cultivate. It raises you
In your own estimation and sens. and confidence in your ability
to do things.
A bank, dcjiOBitor and a home owner are riot good material
for the UolBhevik and socialist agitator and herein lies America's
sr My today.
h piiiycd lor In r.ahl complaint, towit:
for a decree to the el leel
that Ihe certain Judgment aiiim! lliis
plaintiff, rendered in favor of defend
a, it herein, nuil filed and recorded, on
June L'lind. 1MI7. In the Journal of this
court in volume 21, a' pa Re .Mia, be sel
11 : .1 .. 1 I I I t 1. 1
fo.e.losliiK the It'll of said taxes a ml , 1 V" " ,
lino itiiii i,iiiitiji nave jiiuKiitciii Mir .
costs and disbursements of this su't
osts tiKaiiist Ihe land and premises
This summons is nublisbed by order
of the Hon. (i F. Kkipworth. .lude of
the Circuit Court of Ihe Slate of Ore
got! for tho County of Lane, and said
order was made and dated this li; i It
day of July, 1919, and tho first publi
cation of Ibis summons Is thin 1st day
of August, ma.
All proeesg and papers In th'g pro
ceedings may be served upon Lu un
und such other and further relief as lo
Ihe Court may seem juiil und equitable
Tliitt the aforesaid summons, Is pub-
llnhed by order of the I Ion. ii. F. Skip-1
wotlli, made the 'Jlilh day of June.j
1919, decreeliiK that this buiiiiuons bo,
published oiicm each week for six sue-!
cessJve. weeks, In the HphnKfield ,
New and tbat a copy of mild uum-
uions with coniplulut, be eocbuiod,
Creates a WISH
That Rich, Pure,
properly teldrcBod and dcpoHltttd In
I bo I'oaI (ifflco, m KuKHue, Oregon,
with posts go prepaid and addressed
to said defendant, forthwith tit Wawh
lugtou, n. C. ,
Tb first dulu of publlcatlun U the
1 1th duy of July, 1919.
A. C. WOODCOCK
L. II. EDMUNSON,
Attoraoyi for Plalntltf.