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HONDAT. OCfOBMR M, 1U
ACTIVITIES OF OTHER
SECOND GRADE PUPILS
TELL WHAT THEY SAW
Flrat Stories of the Year Show Child
ren'e Obaervatlons on Their
Way to School
areola, Oct. 21. J. S. Churchill re
turned from a business trip to Spring
Mrs. N. It. Workman made a busi
ness trip to Eugene today.
Miss Pearl Walker and Miss Eva
Titus wore absent from school this
week on account of sickness.
Mrs. J. C Klcholxon of Donna and
daughter Mrs. Mlko Webber of Spring
Hold wore In Marcola Friday on a
Miss Lcla Hennls visited at the
homo of Miss Audrey Lewis Friday,
attending the C. E. business meeting
nnd social at Donna. Friday evening.
All the class except the juniors of
the M. H. S. have elected officers. Tho
juniors will elect their officers Monday.
J. R. Hayden and M. D. Weathermon
ct Donna transacted business in Mar
Mr. and Mrs. Smith and C. W. Tracy
of Eugene transacted business In Mar
Mrs. A. E. Mead and Ervln Mead
are visiting at the home of C. It. Mead
Mrs. M. J. Arnell made a business
trip to Eugeno Friday.
Mr. Cox .of Marshfleld has rented
the H. M. Anderson property.
Mr. and Mrs. A. I. O'Reilly. Miss
Terna Black and Miss Maude Klncatd
were in Eugeno this week.
L. G. Cornwell made a business trip
to Roseburg this week.
E. E. Endlcott was in Eugene on'
business this week1.
Mr. White Manager of ihe Bell
Theatre in Springfield has rented the
M. W. A. hall and will start showing
pictures next week. He will show
every Wednesday night and Sunday
F. W. Titus has sold the Mason place
In east Marcola to Mr. Mode.
Mr. Cox of Marshfleld has bought
the confectionefy store and pool room
of E. E. Collins.
W. J. Hennls, Claude Downing and
John Downing attended a cattle sale
at Creswell this week.
First stories written In lianguagc
by second grado children undor di
rectlon of Miss Francis Bartlott after
being questioned on what they had
scon coming to school. All have the'
1. What I saw coming to school. I
saw a pheasant In tho field. Doris
2. 1 saw somo pigs nnd piggies and
a horso and some dogs. I Baw a
mother horse and a colt I am going
to school and nm In tho secun grad.
James Helmer. '
3. I saw a little boy playing In tho
dirt. Esther Kaurln.
4. I saw a cow. A brown cow. She
didn't have any horns. Sho was eat
ing grass. Gerald Bird.
5. I saw a cat coming to school. 1
saw a goat In tho field. I saw a man
and a girl. lne Neot.
6. ! saw two black birds In tho treo
singing. Abbey Tomseth. -
7. I saw a cow. Tho cow had
horns. Sho was laying down. Alberta
8. I saw a dead gray rat. 1 saw It
on the sidewalk. Helen Brattain.
9. 1 saw two goats and they wero
eating grass. Alice Bouchard.
10. I saw a rooster on the barn and
a pig In the field. Maude Sankey.
Note: Tho children had help with
Many Will Attend Buceel
Springfield will be well represented
at the Buceel entertainment course in
Eugene this winter. More than 30
season tickets have been sold, and
many more people will attend slnglo
numbers. Tho first entertainment, the
Coral-Rummel recital company, will bo
given tomorrow night at tho Christ
File Nominating Petitions
The following petitions for noml
naitons were died Saturday at the
oOlce of the city recorder; For coun
cllmen. M. W. Weber and M. C. Bres
sler; for recorder, H. E. Walker; and
treasurer, Walter R. Dlmm.
Cedar-Flat Oct 20. G. Pinkston is
"home from Idaho where he has been
A good many Cedar Flat folks are
picking apples' on Captain Foster's
Grant Hendricks has a good many
nice peaches left yet
Everybody' is hauling potatoes to
Springfield this week.
Erie, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Hart, broke his' arm' at school Friday,
lie was playlng'ori the rafters of tho
-wood shed and fell. The boy was tak
n to Springfield and had It set, and Is
now doing fine. f
Mrs. John Endlcott and her mother,
Mrs. Green of Springfield spent the
afternoon with Mrs. G. Gutherle last
Lane Morse' went to Springfield Sat
urday with a load of squashes.
Will Put on Degree Work
On' Wednesday evening, initiatory
work will be put on by the Odd Fel
lows at the I. O. O. F. hall, after which
a "little feed" will probably be In
The Ladles' Home Journal, The Sat
urday Evening Post and The
Wish to secure the spare time of a
man or woman to act as local repre
sentative in Springfield and vicinity,
looking after the renewals of their
many subscriptions in this section, and
introducing these publications to new
readers. Payment will be made In
salary and commission. Previous ex
perience is desirable but not essential.
For details address, with references,
Box 654, The Curtis Publishing Com
pany, Independence Square, Philadelphia.
BOARD MEMBERS ASSERT ONE
SCHOOL AT MONMOUTH CAN
NOT SUPPLY NEEDS OF ENTIRE
Salem, Ore., Sep. 22. Tho Board ot
Regents ot tho Oregon Normal School
tiled Its final draft of ft survey mado
of' tho Normal School condition to tho
State Superintendent ot Publto In
structlon on Thursday. That tho Stato
ot Oregon is sadly In need of an addl
tlonal Normal School as Is provided
by the inltlattvo measure creating such
a school at Pendleton Is recognized by
tho Board of Regents In their final ro
port mado after an exhaustive survey
ot tho condition of tho one present
school at Monmouth. They rccogulzo
too, In their report, that any now Nor
mal School should bo located In a
town having public schools largo
enough to provldo ample teacher train
ing practice for the (teacher) students
ot the Normal.
"It Is apparent to anyone who has
studled'tho situation that thoro Is nood
ot additional Normal School facilities
In Oregon; tho Monmouth School alono
cannot care for tho number ofatudonts
who doslre to be or should be enrolled
In Normal School within tho noxt two
or three years, and It will bo necessary
to send Oregon students to Washing
'on and California for tholr training.".
West Springfield, Oct. 21. Some
thing moving in West Springfield.
George C. Butzon has rented Mrs.
C. A. Nott's place on Glenwood Ave
nue, and will move in the" first of No
vember. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Nott who have
occupied Mrs. C. A. Nott's house dur
ing the summer have moved to Spring
field to the corner of Fifth and A
Mr. and Mrs. Denney and daughter,
Edyth, have moved to Springfield and
are occupying the Cash Mead place
near the old skating rink.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wolverton lately
from Leaburg, Oregon have rented the
house formerly occupied by Mr, Bllder
bach. C. E. Wolverton wento to Cottage
Grove Wednesday on business.
CLUB VISITS NEWS OFFICE
S. H, S. Press Organization Inspects
Type and Machinery
The members of the Press Club had
an interesting meeting at the Spring
field News office Thursday evening at
'eight o'clock. The session was held
there for the purpose of learning about
tho typo and machinery used in print
ing. After learning how type la set and
something about tho different kinds of
typo the members spent the remain
ing time in watching tho operations of
tho linotype. They learned how this
machine, which Is similar to a large
typewriter, produces metal castings,
arranges tho matrices which Impress
the letters upon the castings or slugs,
and automatically places the matrices
back Into their proper positions.
For a Muddy Complexion
Take Chamberlain's Tablets and
adopt a dlet of vegetables and cereals,
Take outa6ore'eclso dally1 ahdour
wItutfiir'jW ntmM: Try it Obtain
For Sale, Rent, Wanted, Eto.
WANT WORK: Must have work at
once. Call on 10th and C streets, or
telephone 22. Mrs. Grtoenberger.
WANTED: A watlress. Apply at
Cliff's Cafe In the morning or evening.
LOST: A child's red coat trimmed
with black velvet, on Main street
yesterday. Return to News office
and receive reward.
FOUND: One hidTeTManghovTOwn
er may have same by calling at tho
News office, Identifying property,
and paying for this ad.
horn pure bred O. A. C. strain, six
months old, $1.00 each. Call at 710
OR SALE Nine acre farm ono fourth
mile east of Creswell. River bottom
land all in cultivation. Has four
acres of loganberries, ono and seven
eighths acres In red raspberries in
bearing intermingled with four year
old apple trees. Has house, barn,
and modern chicken houses with
fenced in parks. Can be had at a
bargain. Address A31. care of Tho
Typewriter number 5. Machine is
equipped with tabulator and back
spacer. It Is In good running order.
Call at the News office and have It
Instruction book, good as new, will
sell cheap. Inquire at News office.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Small trait
ranch within sight of Creswell. Will
consider trade on Springfield resi
donco property. Address, C 31,
fountain pen. Owner may have
samo by Identifying property and
' paying for this ad,
By WANNA McKINNBY
REORGANIZE G. T. CLUB
A merry crowd of young peoplo mot
last Thursday ovcnlng at tho homo of
Miss Edna Swarts on Fifth and E
streets, for the purpose ot reorgani
zing .tho G. T. club. Plans for tho
coming year wero dlscussod but noth
ing definite was decided upon. The
Hallowe'en Idea was carried out In tho
decorations ot autumn leaves and wild
rose Worries, and In the games, guosts
oven having their fortunes told. Dur
ing tho evening dainty refreshments
wore served. Thoso Invited were
Misses Estella Martin, Efile Rhodes,
Bess Palmer, Amle Young, Ann Mc
Cormlck, Mary Rouso, Alice Kester,
Marion Harper; Merle Nlmmo, Lacy
Copenhavor, Theda Perkins, Chlole
Wooly, Harriat Vilas, Grace Walker,
Lulu Gilo, Nora Sorenson, Jessie Walk
er, Vera Williams, Esther Campbell,
Florence Coffin, May Lyon, Francis
Bartlett, and Edna Swarts.
ENJOY AUTUMfr PARTY
Mrs. R. L; Kirk delightfully enter
tained the members of the Ncedlecratt
club at an Autumn party, at her home
on Seventh and F streets, Thursday
afternoon. The rooms were uniquely
decorated with autumn leaves and
sweet-brier berries. The harvest sea
son was celebrated by an "Apple Love"
story which the guests read, after sup
plying the names of different kinds of
apples. Delicious refreshments were
served consisting of a salad of autumn
fruits served in apple cups on tinted!
maple leaves, followed by pumpkin pie
and nuts. The guests were Mrs. S. II.
Raker, Mrs. Walter Horndon, Mrs.
Hcnry.Korf, Mrs. William Donaldson.
The members were Mrs. Milton Bally,
Mrs. A. Beaver, Mrs. J. P. Fry, Mrs.
Carl Fischer, Mrs. O. H. Jarrett, Mrs.
Edgar Martin, Mrs". W. H. Pollard, Mrs.
Robert Drury, Mrs. J. E. Richmond,
Mrs. H. E. Walker, Mrs. Mae Steven
son and Mrs. R. L. Kirk.
MRS. BARNARD ENTERTAINS
Mrs. Fred Barnard delightfully en
tertained a committee of the Rebekah
lodge at her home on D street between
Sixth and Seventh, la3t Thursday
afternoon. The; committee met to
work on an autograph quilt which Is
to go to the Odd Fellows' homo In
Portland. A sumptuous luncheon was
served by the hostess during tho after
noon. Members of the cotpmittee
were Mrs. L. E. Durrln, Mrs. Vina Mc
Lean, Mrs, Fanny Griffin, Mrs,. Horace
Renne, and Mrs. Fred Barnard,
ENTERTAINED AT DINNER
Congressman W. C. Hawley, J. B.
Bell, Miss Nell Sullivan and a qunr
tet of girl singers, Dr. J. W. Harris,
and C. P, Barnard of Eugene, C. E.
Wheaton, W. F. Walker, J. C. Hoi-
brook, and B. A, Washbourne of this
city wore entertained at a dinnor
at tho home of Mr, and Mrs, J. C
Mullen on A streot Saturday night.
JUDGE J. W. HAMILTON
Democratic nomlneo for Judge
of tho CMrcult Court of tho 2nd
Judicial District. Judge Hamil
ton has a record of 18 years sor
vlco on tho bench In this district,
which has bedn marked by his
economical methods and abso
Into fairness on all questions
coming before his court. A vote
fpr Judgo Hamilton Is a vote for
olllciency and service.
R. Y. PORTER
iCnndidato for County Commiss
ioner on tho Democratic Tickot
I stand for a common-sense
administration of county busi
ness, want a dollnr's value for
every dollar spent and if elected
will see to it thattffij tax payer
receives this. I want an econo
mical administration of county
affairs and if elected will do my
uttermost to see that this con
dition prevails, regardless of
I reside near Walker, Ore.
and have for 38 years. I am n
farmer and have made a Btudy
of the road question. I favor
each district having its allotted
amount of road money. If elect
ed will exert my best efforts to
see that all parts of tho county
receive fair treatment at the
hands of the County Court.
RENFROW Y. PORTER.
t, W. ROOF, JEWELER
8PRINGFIELD, . OREGON
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
W. F. WALKER
Office Phone 62; Residence 67-.
u'evt Main St.
Pendleton Normal School
(Copied from Portland Orogonlan.)
MONMOUTH, Oro Juno 20. Tho Oregon Normal
sohool opened this week . . it t ml cuts enrolled 785,
largest on record for stato Normal In Oregon ....
how to earn for largo student body a problem ....
600 boliiK crowded Into auditorium with soatlnK ca
pacity ot S&0. (lallorlea filled with extra chairs In
aisles. More than 150 students soatnd on platform.
Now boarding houses completed, additions to room
ing houses built and tents used. Ono hundred Klrlv
sloop ou upper floor of school.
Tho official school report p,lve ICO tiradu pupils
In Monmouth, for teacher practice.
Read what those you have elected to handle the
affairs of your stale and who arc thoroughly informed
rewarding school conditions in Oregon have to say
concerning measure 1108 on the ballot at the coming
By James Wlthycombe, Governor of Oregon)
"UrrRon I uniUMliiiMtily In nrnt tif mutit noriiml
tchuul work nnd I'viulMon Is tlm loyliul pluck fur
school of thin cluiw In Kunltiin Uuuuii "
Dy J. A. Churchill, State Superintendent of Public
"I trout that th volrm of th Htut. will nnxlut In
rnUliiK tho alumlurd of uur cliool ty MtiitillHliIng- n
Hliil. Normal Hchuol at I'miillMon
Dy P. L. Campbell, President of the University of
"At louit one additional Normal Hchuol U ursnntly
nerdd In Urrgon."
Uy W. J. Kerr, President of the Oregon Agricultural
"Since tho people of Ptmlldnn nro Initiating n nimure
for tho xlublUhment or n Nnrmul Hrhool ul thul pint:.,
it will Klvu inn pli-umiro to Niippoil thin iiifumuu."
Uy J. H. Ackerman, President Oregon Normal School,
"A careful nnnlyili of tho dtuntlon will convince any
one tliut Ort'icon ncrda u Niirmul Hrhool In Kuxtern Or
Kun mid ivmllrluii fllla ull thu Kuvtmmt-nt reulrinmta,"
Dy the County School Superintendents of Oregon:
"Itnanlvad. that It la the NMiaa of the County Hchoot
Hiipfrlntoiidrntit of the HUtu or Orrlftin, In ciinvrntlnn
nHmt)lntl, that th brat liitrrtmU of lh achiHila of Ilia
Mute drinanU Increuaud ftiillltlva for the Irulnlnu of
teacher, und thut we, Ihi'ii'fora, endorne thu Initially
mtHiurtt In valHulUh u Nminiil Hchool at I'enilletoii,."
By Mr. Charles H. Caitncr, President of the Oregon
Federation of Women's Clubs:
"I moat heartily .tutor, tlm Iwnitlorf of Mid Normal
School at rendition "
Prof. Robert C. French, Former President of the
Normal School Located at Weston:
"An Immediate eitabllahmrnt of audi mhoyl at Home
central point aurh u I'endlnlUn would urov a Br nut naael
to the State ot Oregon,"
8. F. Mutkey, Ex-President Southern Oregon Normal
"I alia 1 1 aupport the lnrntloii of an Kuslern Oregon
Normal Hrhool ul I'indleloii."
Slute Board of Regents nf Oregon Normal School
declares that "the necessity for additional Normal
.school facilities in Oregon is upmircut."
Portland Chamber of Commerce endorses measure
308 and say Pendleton mo.st logical locution for Nor
mal .school in Juislern Oregon.
308 X YES IS A VOTE FOR YOUR CHILDREN
Kaitem Oresnn Htale Normal KiIkmiI Committee.
Uy J. II O'wlnn. Hn-y, IViiiJMhii, Ore
ROBERT DUIINS Lodge. No
78, A. M. F Ancient and
Accopted Scottish Illto Uul
roreal and Symbolic Ftw
Masons moots first and third
Friday ovcnlng In Y, O. W
ball. Visiting brothers wol
T. D. Harris
P. A. Johnson
ft. W. M
Edwards & Brattain
For Farm and City Property
Exchanges a Specialty
Springfield - Oregon
Return From 8tate Convention
Itevcrend W. N. Ferris and Dr.
Keenoy FerriB returned Friday even
ing from" Salom where thoy had been
In attendance at tho state convention
ot Oregon Missionary Duptlsts. Next
year's convention will be hold with
the First Baptist church of TIiq Dalles.
True economy Is what wo savo In tho
long run. The wiso man feeds his colt
to make It grow. Ho pastures his cow
to got a good flow of milk and paints
his houso to make It last. It costs
very little moro now to paint a house
than It did a. year tgo, Probably not
more than $2.00 on an averago, M; lte
your homo beautiful with the fcs
'paint on the market Pheonji .Jj.-rfr
Paint, Guaranteed. Sold by J. '6
Made in Springfield
A DIRECTORY OF MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MEN WHO WANT YOUR
BUSINESS AND WILL GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES
The House of Quality
We put up Bon Bon Boxes to your order.
Pan Goods afe unexcelled
Chocolates are fresh every day
All our candies are Home Madts
EGGIMANN'S CANDY KITCHEN phone 51
Water Proof Shoe Oil
WATER PROOFS AND SOFTENS
ALL KINDS OF LEATHER
Wolf & Miller
SPRINGFIELD, - - OREGON
For light, heat and power.
"Made in Springfield."
Oregon Power Go.
By the grace of tho Democratic party our chicken
raisers have got to combat tho Chinese, so wo will
come to tholr aid and will sell from this day Dry
Moat Scrap at 2V& cents a pound, to chicken ralsors
only. Wo also will soil cloar, pure neotsfoot oil, r.t
00c per gallon, IDo for full quart
Call or Phono, Kugene 259
EUGENE CHEMICAL WORKS
J. JOS. SCOFIELD, Proprietor
Factory' on River Road to Springfield
"THE FARMER'S FRIEND
Buggies, Wagons, Hacks, Harness, Saddles,
Horses and Cattle for sale
I buy and sell all kinds, of. junk
Phono 29 South 2 and A Streets
The Booth Kelly Lumber Co.
4 foot Slab Wood. $1.75
per Cord at the Mill
Springfield Flour Mills
BAKORE Hard Wheat Patent
Try mo. Got acquainted. Vou will ll'ko. mo. Dost
valuo for your monoy of any flour Springfield.
You know I am woll llkod by all bread makers.
Wo give you moro for your monoy In flour and feod
of all kinds than any other placo In town.
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