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'(5FJ HI !.),' LANK COUNTY, OKIiXJON", THURSDAY, JUNK 10, 1920.
KICVKNTKKNTI I YIOAIt
I 1 li- V A w
WILL PUT ON
Twelve Entertainments in Six
Day; Fifteen Piece Band;
Sptlngflcld will have its first (hau-l.-iutjua
The date aie July 2, 3. i. U, fl. and
7. wIhmi a prKruiu will be put on
mil afternoon and evening und n
junior rhuutainiua for the children In
I ho tiioru'iig Tin WesteoaM rhimlau
n ii ii bus on tin router some of tho
1. I speaker and eriteitalm-ra In the
tolillti'V. niiil i nine have even bei-r.
brought frmii oilur countries, such
n t'ouni Thtiy. who otiic from
UuhkIu Willi fir! haul knowledge
he will ilN nh the problem nod ron
(ItlliiiiM of Itimcln lod.iy. hbt tuple. be
It, If "The Trulli About It u m ri a ."
Then tbertt !s Mr. at.d Mr. Herbert
MniKiie who will i"it on tin) tjunlet
oil ruined. Itlp Vnti Winkle,; Wood
HrlKt-'H. n tinted l.-ttuicr. and W. M.
Nation, another ptnmliii-iit lecturer.
Aiiiouk Hi" musical atlrin'tlotiH will
In- the St. Ci'illlu singing on best ra.
computed of six members, rarmellny
und Ii!h fifteen plei-i- bund will be a
rare attrat lion, two full eoncerta be
ing' given by thU company. The
rmiMlciil novelty. "The Spirit of "76"
lll be given, the band being elabo
rately costumed In the stately style
of bin ago for thia occasion. Direc
tor Cortneliny la a leader of consider
abl note and waa formerly cornat
aotolat with l.lberall'a baud. Mli
I-orralne Lee. a charming tyrlo,, so
prano aololst. will also tlpg a t&rulter
of operatic and popular. raeliHtk)nn.
...K..lAi'1.a 11... t.ntwt .
...-.iiiinanlixt h Hi utnlirA bamd.,
The ithacan male quartet VIII' put
tin a program of musif, fun and stunts
which la guaranteed to make friends
for the chautauqua.
The levies Light Opera company
of nine members will put on what ih
said to be one of the most 'colorful
and tuneful of the light English
opera. "The Mikado."
The lecture. "Shasta Ilalsles an 1
Folks." given by Mae Guthrie Ton
gleT. Is reported tn be one of the best
lectures on the program. It la nn il
lustration of how thn development of
a bonntirul flower from an ugly weed
can be and Is often paralleled by tho
growth of bnm.in character. The lee
ture has Its starting point In on of
Luther Luibank'S most beautiful evo
lutiona. Another entertainer of note Is Elalu
Mae Gordon, an Impersonator. Her
readings in the Italian dialect has
won her much fame and many friends.
Her program la varied. Including life
sketches from the Old South. .
The Scott hlghlandera will ptt on
a program that Is the envy of all
Scotch entertainer. One of the most
interesting featurea of their program
la Mr. Scott's Interpretation of Harry
Lauder and his well known aongs.
Thomas Mct'lary, an Irish huniot
ist. has for hla topic "The Mlsalon
of Mirth" und la leported to bo one
of the best on the program.
The program for the kiddies starts
hi in o'clock each morning and in
cludes playground work. Iota of new
games and there will be a -birf
pageant the last night. Stories by
the "Chautauqua Indy" will also bt
a feature of this department. .
It Is felt by those who know the
character of the work of this chautau
qua 'that the "coining of this organl
ratlon for a week to Sprlngrield
rnarka'the beginning of a new and
greater growth In its community
Ufa: It la an oppoitualty for a liberal
abort course education, together. with
tho. bet entertainment that can be
crowded inn, six days. 'No one should
miss the advantage's of this event.
Mlas MaVJorle Machen left for
Portland yesterday where she will
visit for a time before going to her
home at Kirby. Ore. Mlas Machen
taught In the high school hero this
FEATURES BL NO WORKED UP
TOR FOURTH CELEBRATION
A barbecue ti to be one of the pop
ular features on the program of
Springfield's Fourth of Jul celebra
tion to be held here July 3rd. the
t committees In charge of the different
phases of thn event ire preparing
plans for a number of excellent fea
luies and surprises. It In expected bjr
those In charge of the program that
(lilt will be tho greatest celebration
ever put on by thn town.
A twenty five piece band and two
orchestras will lie here to entertain
th4 people on that day.
A sterilizer for doctora' and dent
A aierillier tor uin mi" f )ti.n.., .
!' Instrument manufactured ln..ounlv ,blrman. la to provide for the
ii-..viti hv I ho liaivorsen to. is uiu
throuKhout the United Htatea,
Present Scarcity Said to Be Re
sult of Too Little Drilling
. . . '
In view of the preaent nhortage of
k.ihoUi... and ItH effect on all I a of
liduatry bk well a curlalllng the uan
'(. autoinobllbeH for pleuaure. nn ex-
1 h.UHtlve article by C. U. Maybfn. auto-
; mobile editor of the Tncomil Ledger,
ii 1,'tereMing and contain much val-
ti:ible and tellable Information. The
i article recently Bppc-areil In the
, m . a. I... .. ..a.lt...l It, Ivo Wt .
l.eilger aim IH in-rt: irinuu !.
JZ.,. ' ding'. S -ute;
diortago of gaaollne have recently j
focuaed Mie nttfiit'oi of moiormi".
......... tufa .aufiirullv
llerailNt' IIIUII JHirwiir.
fearful, and lake fright on every poa
albla m:raalon, dire rumora have been
Thia la the age of oil. . '
The Industrie of the nation, the
I Str Z '.and UependenV t!
a remarkable oxtent upon an adc-
! quale and low priced supply of the
i.M which nature ha. placed In the
I outer crust of the earth.
, The production of rrude oil In the
,1'nl.ed States reached the gigantic
tolalof 37il.tiOO.onu barrel In lfllS. ac-
i..ji.. ... . .. ,.r ii... t'nitpd
i rimiiiipi i" " I.,. ... w
u. ....... kn.uii .f mlnca tnnud on
State bureau of mines Issu.kI on
4nrlt 12 lsst Alto 111 mere wric
used In the I nltert Stales :.t.uim.uiMi
I hatielM of crude oil. or R0.000.000 moie
; than all the wells In the laud pro
Tli riHs over iloniestlc prodnc
Hon wa. ...et by the Importation of
-.n turn rir.n l...r.-l- from Mexico and bv
(the consumption of 30.O0rt.ono barrels
taken from our own reserve stocks.
i inesp iiKie I..... ......... .., ",,. .,. ..iiou,..! r Hulmoii.
tfotid Put let u turn for an Instant
to a bulletin of the National Automo -
Kii,. f homlK.r of f'nniniprce. Issued
f'er a thorough conference between
the Sim loty of Automotive Engineers. -be
American Petroleum Inst'tute and!
the National Automobile Chamber of
Coiniiierce. After obtaining all the'
ovBib'hte facts, and hearing the onln-,
Ion of experts, tne following siatc
ni"nt was niaile:
1 The nresent shortage of gaso
line I the result oi too nine uriiiuiR (
int vear and Is therefore only a
"2 Th fiicures show that of the i
m-ihIa nil rxftned lust vear the saso-
Hiia from each rnllon was 22 per cent.
tn th pastern section it was 22 per
cent, on the west coast only 15 per:
eent and In the mid-west, whero pro
duction Is largest. 85 percent of gaso-'
line waa taken from each gallon of
crude, nil. With the euatern and west-
ern flelda using the cracking process.!
ho generally used In tho m'ddle west. !
arent Increase in the quantity of ;
gasoline Is assured. I
"3. The talk of 60 cent gasoune is ,
nil nonsense." .
The moat significant statement or j
the National Automobile Chamber of
Commerce In its bulletin Is tnat m
he lost 12 months the consumption!
tn thn nation wtrs less
than production, despite the fact that j
crude oil production was less mmi
M. i .. ...... .. u u 1 1 Vtclifive. I
"I nere i". wfi ..n...... ... -,-. j
from what : the experts say. that ,
cracking tjn the crude oil to gt..
larger gasoline, percentage and a4dl
.t t tu iiia will nroduce more than
cupugh gasoline to meet the needa ofj
tho nation ror some units to ioht..
t that nnnrVtlon recent infer-1
with Jnsenh M. Cudahyj prwsl1-
dent of the Sinclair, Refining com-
nanir ihn lurreai. COfUDtJUlor
nil tn the middle west.-will
..Miiinnal llarht nn the subiect.
iiin.n .--- - - - .
"The situation is) tempogarlly
cii" sava Mr. Cudahy. "but the
niihiin noAii have no fear of a gaso
line famine because of new processes)
for the extraction oi areaier per
centages of gasoline from crude oil;
' (Continued on Pag 2)
DR IVE Oil TUESDAY
Springfield's Quota $700; Com
mittee in Charge Hopes to
Raise' AH in One Day.
The campaign to raise Lane coun
ty's quota of $7810 for thn Salvation
Army'a peace, time work la now o.i.
The purpose of the present cam
palgn. a explained by F. E. Smith.
home aervlce budget of the organlzv
tlon. One of the activities to which
the Salvation Army la now devoting
Itaelf wholeheartedly la the reacue of
young men and women who would
otherwise drift Into criminal career.
The army la buying the old Illahop
Krott academy property near Portland
to turn l into a boy h" and girl'
training achool. The property has
been obtained for 125.000, which la
mi. id to be far below lta value. Hero
i under careful aupcrvinlon young men
and women who have come under the
not'ee of lite Juvenile court a will be
aent to be trained in Industry and
cllireimhio Instead of being stent to
uitxtnanip. mat ,.,..
atate reform achool or audi Institu-
tionx. Suxitt will also he. given to
a r,.k(.ll(. n. for young women and
aorinl exp.-rta now believe that work
cf thia nature can be better done bv
Arn,y than by government lnstl-
Sprlngfiehr. QoU for thin fund la
$700 and John E. Edward has been
8,,pnliiti'd a: director for tnls section
He ht secured a number of women
to aiia'Kt him In tho soliciting.
believe thai It will be very eacy for
Springfield to raise Its quota. declar-(
. SUDScrntlona should
!.. muull ntwrliit Utnit fill nil 1(1
come from the majority of the people , ;;,NIC XT s;xURDAY
of the town. Tha campaign nere win ,
be started next Ttetlay. June IS, and ' ''' . :'-auwi
, lo ralHe the entIre ain0unt Th U"L , .
' Mr Kdwards urgeV8,lon wi" hold their annual, picnic
Mr. Mwards urgw Saturday. June 12. at
that e.ery family make their plans t from Falm)0unt
,, to bow much they con con-," ' v .,..
.. ... .. ... , ji near Eugene. An all lay meeting
U'B inni "' " "'-
trtnute so inai mere win ur no m-ioj
i iiuiu ux it u innrs win mi iifinv
hen tlie houciior cans at me uuur.
, . . , ,, .
Don't forget. Tuesday. June 15. Be
ready for this worthy work.
Three Catch Limit of Salmon
ee eaten u.rn., ov ...m..
ami Jerry Van alzah and
"'' u """lone of the speakers of the day. ;
Frank Fisher had exceptionally, good
luck Wednesday while fishing on the
! McKenr.le river. They each caught
' . .
THIS SUSPENSE IS AWFUL
v 'w v-.-vvw r r rx"4 s t r a
I ' .rJ..: tea
! 1.1. .
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' m aa . -w a wi . . mx s mi or' . m g . a. i
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TRAINED FARMER FINDS
BEST ROAD TO SUCCESS
Farm 8urveyVhow That Education
la Worth Many Tlmea Coat of
Oregon Agricultural C!ol!ere, 7r
vallla, June . "The man wbh the
bHt training for farming haa the
bent chancer for auccea In the bud
nena.,aaya II. I). Scuddr. chief of
farm management at the college.
'Surveys of farm earnings In a num
ber of alatea aliow clearlv that a good
education Is worth tar more th.ni !t
The reaHon cited by I'rofe-Mor
Kcudder for thia fact ! 'hat modem
farming ia a highly complex biiiineaa
and a alrk tly competitive to.nnierf fal
In a certain represeatallve town
nb!p In New York atato. where genr j
al fanning waa practiced, i record
waa obtained of . the year's earning
on every farm In the '.ownship. The;
573 farmers whose ann-ial lU-ineKS !
was recorder, were djcaiti'sil Into
lirre groups those wh i lad attend-,
ed district school only, tv- who had
attended high school, and thosp v.ho
t,-...l i -oniied college. Tb- labor 'n-
cr me was used as a l:a-!s of com-'
parihon of their busin. as success in
order to eliminate the direct -irccts ;
of fariable amounts -t apital on !
e.iinings. The labor tnon is me;
rtt cash earnings of th firmer for'
t!i- year after the Interest on his j
total capital investment, as well a j
all operating and overhead expense. ,
has been deducted. Th ret ord from j
thia survey gave the fo!'ow!r. facta: j
District school education, 39S farm
ers, labor income $318. j
High school education, 165 farmers, ;
$622 labor income. j
More than high school, 10 fanners, j
$847 labor income.
, .up M IKITV DION F r7 K K WILL
will be held
will be held, the plcntcaers taaing
... . . .. , ,,,,,,.
xhel r basket dinners. An interesting,
program has been arranged. Cyrus
W. Walker of Albany, who is sup
posed to be the first white child born
, mountains, will be
, knitting mill that'
, KiliDft its product Into all western1
t .nH two foreten countr es
. - -
- .. - ,,,-rt II
National Master Daclare High
Nervous Tension Reducing
Country's Family Life.
The Oregon State Grange ckw-d Its
forfy seventh annual session at Head .
at an early hour last Saturday morn
ing. The 1921 session -will be held ll
Eugene. C. E. Spence, present master
of the grange, stated that thia year .
will be his last aa head of th or
ganization. Gift were preaented to
Cyrup Walker, retiring chaplain, and
Mrs. Mary Howard, who had been,
secretary for 22 yearn. Newly elected
offlcera were installed by W. J.
Thompson, member of the national
executive committee, and S. J. Low
ell, master of the national grange.
In a speech before the meeting Mr.
Spence aafd: "There never was a
time In history when a day's labor
would bring the laborer so much food
aa it will today, and yet there never
was a time when the farmer has been,
so unjustly criticized as now.
"There is too much class criticism,
too 'many are everlastingly accusing
the other fellow of profiteering. There
is a constant movement from the
farm to the city, but the city man ia
Tree, wjfh the statement that tho
farmer is rolling In wealth. I wonder
why the city folks don't come out and
roll with us."
National Master Lowell said that
"People do not realize their personal
responsibility one to 'another, but
they must accept this responsibility
if the nation and the individual are
(Continued on Page Eight)
TO VISIT CHAUTAUQUA
W. H". NATION
The needs of a community are re
flected In the needs of the country.
You cannot have a country tof slip-,
shod, poorly governed cities and
towns, and at the same time have a
progressive country any more than
you can have a community that la
better than the average of Its citi
zens. The Chautauqua Is preeminently a
community aftivity and no program
I i mitt enmnlete without a day da-
voted to self study under the direction,
of a constructive critic. It Is one
thins to listen to criticisms that offer
no remedy most any one cau tear
down biW.it is quite a different mat
ter to consult with a keen observer
who has traveled much, and carefully
studied many communities.
Just as a doctor's knowledge Is the
result of study and observation, so are
W. II. Nations lectures the results of.
many conferences with community of
fVers in every part of the United
Mr. Nation will lecture twice on the
fifth day. constructively criticising and
counseling our audiences upon com-,
PLEASANT HILL PEOPLE WILL
, GATHER FOR ANNUAL PICNIC
The annual picnic of tti. residents
or PleasanCHill will be . held,. there on.
Saturday, June 19. The o-miniltee
In charge of the affair is planning; a
good program. A basket picnic, diuaer
will be enjoyed at nooiiu