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TIIR SPRINGFIELD NKWS
THURSDAY, KKHUUARY 10. l2l
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
Published Every Thursday at Springfield. Lane County, Oregon, by
FREELAND A HENDERSON
Entered at the rostofflce at Springfield, Oregon, as Second-class Matter,
February 14. 1903.
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SAY IT WITH PRUNES
When a patient wants to Increase
In weight, the doctor often advises
more exerciso. Then if another pa
tient wants to reduce, the prescrip
tion is the same take more exor
cise. Now why not substitute prunes
for the formula.
For it is a fact that, from analysis.
It Is shown that the Italian prunes
have the sweetness, as 40 per cent
Is sugar aud 22 per cent otter car
bohydrates. This should be encour
aging to the thin, skinny folks who
want to put on flesh and not tako
emulsion or cod liver oil. But wait.
Now for those a little overweight,
the Oregon prunes are Jasttbe thing.
as chemical analysis show that theso
very prunes contain 1.43 per cent
acid and tave qulta a tartness. It
doesn't take a very large per cent of
acid to make any fruit acid, and this
J.43 per cent Is going pretty strong on
the acid proposition.
So there you have it: Ir you want
to Improve your health, eat Oregon
prunes to reduce, and then to increase
your weight, eat -Oregon prunes.
Legislators who vote to increase
taxes and raise salaries on a falling
wage and produce market will be met
There is going to be a record kept
by the taxpayers who have to borrow
money and mortgage their homes
the next two years to pay taxes.
The people are tired of the continual
tax boosting program and lire fed up
on mere campaign promises of ecu
lie my and then passing tlte buck.
There is not a good reason or
shadow of an excuse for Increasing
state expenditures at this time ' oy
millions In each state.
Taxation is the ghost that is stalk
ing behind every Industry.
There seems to be no limit to the
demands ttat are being made,
Scores of politicians In. both state
and national government would rep
resent citizens who talk economy in
public affairs as only fit to be classed
Yet the Ford Motor Company,
which Is considered one of the niott
independent concerns In the nation
financially. Is forced to borrow $44.
500.000 with which to pay taxes
durlg 1921 for 1920.
LOST AND POUND
Iost-Indies black hand bag at
Stevens hall Wednesday evening
Feb. 9. Finder please leave ut
News office. i
TINTINO and general pafntlng.ruiT
berg. 9th U streets. I'houe 1S7 H.
POKIKS and Chevrolet painted $23.1
Springfield Aute Paint s top. Phone
137 11. tf, 1
FOR SALE OR TRADE
Ft) It S.l.l-5oo.l stiT"d potatoes
$100 per hundcrd at bin; $1.10
cltl:tied III Springfield. Phone
124 It. It. II. Oldaaiu. WVst Springfield.
WOOD FOR SALE All kinds if
weed . oak, imlu maple and fir.
Imtrsed'ale delivery. phone 147 J
Mux O. Cieen. Sprlng.'ield. tf.
Great railroad and transportation
companies and public utilities will be
forced into the red to meet their
War profits have ceased but war
taxes and war overhead In govern
ment affairs continue.
' In some western political subdivi
sions, including Neveda and Alaska.
population and valuations have de
creased but taxes double and treble.
In Btates like Oregon, WasMngton
and California population has In-
Go to II. ti. Pitts' cabinet Vhop.
corner Fourth and C streets, for your
Sanitary Uutter Mold, kitchen cabi
nets, kitchen tables. English break
fast tables and general cabinet work.
WANTED Art Glaaa repairing
Lamps, window ege. Drop card
to W. D. LaVine. Motor Route "B"
I PAIHTIHG Qj
CHAPMAN & DEVORE
TOPS and TRIMMING
HOODS, WHEELS and FENDERS REPAINTED
Bicycles, Motorcycles and Side Cars Painted
creased about 16 per cent in ten
years and farm values 10 per cenL
but taxation has gone up 600 per cent
In the same period.
While individual members of the
legislature and state government can
not be held individually responsible
for increasing taxation, or proposing
large bond Issues at special elections.
politically their records ran be spread
before the people and tlelr responsi
St. Helens. Mi is 15.0(10 when
St. Helens Flour Mill burns. May
Portland. 250,000.000 feet of yel
low fir sold for $1,200,000.
Eugene to have modern hospital.
An extensive deposit of silica and
iron has been found lu Lane County.
IF ITS MADE OF WOOD,
WE WILL MAKE IT
Truck and Trailer Bodies Built
Furniture repaired, step ladders and fruit ladders made
GENERAL CONTRACTING AND REBUILDING
BULEY & ELLISON'
SPRINGFIELD PEOPLE !
Many Springfield people are now I
using simple glycerine, buckthorn!
etc., as mixed in Adlerl-ka This .
flushes BOTH upper aud lower bowel I
so completely It removes all foul o. I
cumulated poisons frem alimentary
canal anr prevent appendicitis.
Adler-lka relieves ANY CASE gat on
stomach or sour stomach. Often
('"RES constipation. In one case of
chronic stomach tiouMe ON'C b-jttlo
produced wonderful result. F. II.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Aids
Medeclnes that aid nature are
always most effectual. C'hamoer
Iain's Cough Remedy acts on t'nl3
plan. ' It allys the cough( relieves the
lungs, aids expectoration, opens the
secretions and aids nature in restoring
the system to a healthy condition.
Thousands have testified to Its good
qualities. Try It when you have a
cough or cold.
Have You a Goitre?
THE ELECTRO MEDICATED INHALATORIUM
does not use the knife to remove a goitre, therefore we do
away with all the dangers of an operation. We give no
strong medicines, but our treatments are simple and free
from pain. We do not stop you from your daily work.
We Also Treat
BAD COUGHS AND COLDS, CATARRH, SKIN DISEASES
. OF ALL KINDS, AND RHEUMATISM.
Bring this ad and get one treatment free, and learn
our way of treating.
OVER MONARCH CAFETERIA
How do you know that any
Individual evecutor or trustee
you appoint will livo even as
long a syioti do?
An individual may die at
any time, but "a corporate body
continues to live on Indefin
itely. This Is the reason wly poo
pie are placing their trust busi
ness In the hands of corporate
Call and learn the many
other advantagos we can offer
you in trusts.
The Bank for Everybody
That wo nro hero to innke nol. Wo iiio going to
srvo thin community ly iniinufuftiiilng quality pntriiu-tH
hero at homo.
Iot km help you by you asking for our products every
sack Is absolutely gimrantced.
Ask your grocer for:
NOXALL blended FLOUR
NORTHWEST Montana wheat
FLOUR and SPRINGFIELD FEEDS
SPRINGFIELD MILL AND
2nd AVENUE GARAGE
1 Overland, model 81, self Rtarter and electric lights.
1 Ford, fivo passenger, 1U18 body and 1920 engine.
1 Oakland Sedan. 1017. (Would accept small car and
balance on monthly payments.
These cars are priced low for quick
1 32 ton REPUBLIC TRUCK $2700.
1917 BABY GRAND CHEVROLET.
We also handle Thermoid and Cates tires and tubes.
RICE & MASTERS
tobacco makes 50
good cigarettes for
Chamberlain's Tablets For Indigestion
"The nicest and plcasantcst med
icine I have used for Indigestion and
constipation Is Chamberlain's Tub
lets," writes Melard P. Craig, Mlddl.j
Grove N. Y. They work like a charm
and do not gripe or leave any un
In the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon for Kane county.
K W.' Franklin, plaintiff, vs. J.
Cameron. aigiied. Jorlmlah Camer
j To J. Cumeron, signed Jerlmlau
, Cameron, the above named defendant:
I In the name of the State of Oregon:
You are hereby summoned to be and
.appear In the above entitled court
and suit aud answer the complaint
of the plaintiff filed against you with
in six weeks from the date of the
first publication of this summons,
to wit; Junuary 27, 1921. aud If you
so fulj lo answer for wunt thereof,
pliilntirr will take judgment against
you for the sum of $150. with Internet
since January Cth 1919 at tho rate
of Hght per cent per annum, for tho
sum of $401 taxes, and the sum of
$:i0 attorney fees; and for a decree
foreclosing tho mortgage executed by
you to plaintiff upon the mil pro
perty described as lot 9 block 2.1.
Praiser aud Hylands addition to
Eugene, Oregon, and for costs of this
suit, aud for full relief. This sum
moiiM is served upon you by publi
cation In the Springfield News, a
newspaper published In Springfield.
I.ane county, Oregon, by order of tho
lion, O. P. Sklpworth, Judgu of above
court for six consi-cutivo weeks;
older being made n ml entered of re
cord January 25. 1921. Inte of first
public Ht'on iih pnic i led by Mild
order Is January 27, 1921, mid hiKt
date March 10, 1921. '
C. M. KISSINOKIt, attorney for
Plaintiff, Kugene Oregon.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice Is iierby"givpii( that the
undersigned Administrator of 'tho
estate of Eleanor V. Monro, deceased,
has repiWred and filed In the County
Court of tho Statu of Oregon for tho
County of Laue his final uccount, and
said Court has, by an order duiy
mado and entered, fixed und appoint
ed Saturday March Cth 1921 at tho
hour of 10 o'clock In tho forenoon
ut the County Court room in Kugono,
Oregon us tho clay, time and place
for hearing and detei mining ull ob
jections to sulci final account and tho
settlement of said esluto
All objections to mild final uccount
tuust bo In writing and filed with the
Clerk of said Court on or before said
day and time.
Dated February 2nd 1921 "
C. E. LYON,
Administrator of the estate of
Eleanor W. Moore, deceased.
Frank A. DePue, attorney for Administrator.