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THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
MONDAY, APRIL 23, 1017
mi FORGET THE
GOOD JROADS RALLY
'Gevernor and Highway Com
missioned Included in
I List of Speakers.
Qorernor Wlthycoraba and Hlghwa?
Commissioners Denson, Thompson, and
.Adams are Included In the list ot
speakers fr tho . Slate-wide Good
IRoads Rail; to bo held In Portland,
Saturday, April 2Sth. The committee
In charge of the gathering also plans
to hare flvn-mtnute talks by a nuru
)cr ot Mayors from various Oregon
Representation at tho meeting will
"be unllmttedi Every club and organiza
tion throughout the state that Is In
terested in good roads and is favor
able to tho road bond billi has been
-Invited to send as many representa
tives as find It possible to attend the
The railroads have granted a special
Tate of one and one third fare for the
atmnd trip, based on the certificate
ACTIVITIES OF OTHER
Donna. April 21. Herbert Hill nnd
Miss Esther Ward worts married at
Albany tho othor day. They Intend
to llvo near hero.
Kenneth Conloy made a trip to Eug
ene Saturday to attend to somo bus-
A double birthday surprise parly
was given In honor ot Jonnto Spore?
and Floyd Keuucdy last Friday oven.
Ing. Games were played, a flno sup.
per wns served and a good time had
by nil present.
The Christian Endeavor social nnJ
business meeting was post-poncd a
week last Friday. Tho boys enter.
talncd last month, this being tho girls
turn but they wero un.prepnrod.
John D Adams and J K McGeo made
business trips to Eugene last Tuesday.
Miss Wilson canio up this nioniln,;
on the train to visit E L Roberts and
Everrett McGee, n student at the
Eugene high school was homo last
Gonnrnl Rannlr nnrl QtArnrrn
Second Hand Cars nnd Trucks'
2G5 Elchth Ave. West
Phono 105 EUGENE, OREGON
jplan, for those attending the meeting
Reports from throughout the state in- t weekend visiting his father J R McGoo
dlcate that the attendance will be t
J Q Green and son Alvy mado a trip
to Springfield and Eugeno Saturday.
' tl Jonnlo Spores and Miss Lcono Bar-
jilllltl KEIA V N HK "on Ber went to tho Springfield co
m wuui itvnu i wuiihiiv ,lr,,v
County money now spent on trunk
lines will be used on laterals and other
3is traveled roads If the good roads
4oad Issue is voted by the people at
iho June election.
Clackamas County, the home of C.
XL Spence, Grange Leader, who is op-
posing tha road bond bill. Is reported
to have spent $3,000,00u on roads in
the last ten years and has three or
iour miles of improved roads to show
Tote for the roads bonds June 4th.
It is good business.
In 1910 the people of California vot
ed bonds to the amount of 118,000,
000 for good roads by a small majority.
Xast Fall by a 4 to 1 vote they approv
ed a further bond issue of $15,000,--000
for the same purpose. Californlans
know a good Investment when they
"Stop renting your roads buy
"Paying as we grow Is better than
paying as we go" was one of the point
ed remarks of Highway Commission
er Adams when he recently addressed
a meeting of Portland Realty men.
People won't go back to the farm
'tintil they have roads to get there.
-Assist the "Back to the Farm" move
ment by voting for the road bond
1)111 at the June election.
Place the burden of building the
'Toads on those who wear them out
unty convention as delegates of qui'
Christian Endeavor. They reported
a very good time.
The' leader of the C E herenext
Sunday evening as appointed by tho i
committee Is Miss Elizabeth Kennedy.
W A Heck, post master here has
sent In his resignation for that po
sition and received the 15 day notice
for a new- one.
The eighth grade pupils are study,
ing hard for their final examinations,
all expect to pass.
Camp Creek April 21 Mr and Mrs
J J Chase were Eugene visitors Tues
day and Wednesday.
J A Crabtree and Bert Llbby went
to Wendling Monday to work in the
lumber camp 9 .
Supervisor Senter visited the school
Tom and Wilbert Brattaln from
Springfield spent the week end on tho
Brattaln ranch here.
Chester Stephens spent Sunday at
Edd Nye's home.
Mrs Walter Stephens and children
spent Friday with Mrs G F Hartley.
Sam Hartley was in Eugeno on bus
WHO FRANCES CARSON IS
Pretty Girl Who Plays Judy In "Daddy
Long. Legs" Is American
Pretty Frances Carson, who playa
the saucy "Judy" In Henry Miller's
.1, n.n.r.nl,i1nn T-l. .. t . .. It ..
automobiles has been doubled and the , D,al dy Long-Legs Company, and who
owners of these machines are willing charme(1 audiences last season and
to pay the Increased fee. All they ask ,ie doln 80 aBa,n t,lls 'ear. '8 sweet
Tifi that the money so raised shall be and natural American girl who had
axpended in construction of good ( the good fortune to get a big channo
roads. Vote for the road bond bill on the stage and who has made good
and .assist to bring that about. , in it she ,B twenty and was born In
, .. . , ! Philadelphia, her father being of Eng.
Auto license fees alone will pay all .... . , .
the costs-principal and Interest-of ,,sh de8Cent and her mother an Aini-
the $6,000,000 road bond bill and leave i trian- Perhaps that combination la
ta substantial balance for other roads. I what gives her the brilliant coloring
And all this without an additional cent and red-gold hair which is one of her
of taxation for the farmer.
Mr Miller selected her for the role
"Every automobile owner in the state or ..Judv aftor BGeinc her In a stock
should vote for the $6,000,000 road company , her home cIty. M,S8 Car
Jbond bill. His license tax was doubled i , . , . . . .. ,
the. last legislature and he will 80,1 wa educated at the State Normal
haveo pay the increased fee anyway. School at Trenton, N J and did a lot
If the road bonds are voted at the of acting while at College. Contrary
special election in June, the money ' to general custom her parents en
derived therefrom Is to be expended ' couraged her to seek for a place on
in the construction of a system of ' tlie 8tagc an,i B,e secured a position
atate-wide bard-surfaced roads. j wUh the 0rpheum Stock Company at
,, ., , , ,. , . . . I Philadelphia. Then she had a better
Will the people from the Interior ;. , , ,
he benefiUed, Inquires J. F. Hutcha- chance with William A Brady 8 "Val
son, of Douglas County, In a communi- Received" company and later with
- cation lo the Roseburg News. There ! Important stock organizations in Ot
Is no question about that, he replies ' tawa, Canada, and Toledo, Ohio In
in answering his own question. The J which she gained much oxperiance.
bonds mean better roads for every r ,. Hhfi wa wlti. whiti, Heather."
section of the county and better roads MU, B(J,ectcd her after con
n n n ...... Ililnirn Tli a fa wm - "
ulderlng over a hundred applicants
for the rolo of "Judy."
Last season Miss Carson won many
friends In Daddy Long-Legs and her
return In the part Is a matter of con
gratulation to play-goora. The como
dy comes to the Eugeno Theatre on
Wednesday April 25th.
..mean many tilings. me larm or
-ranch can be sold for more money If
one wishes to sell. Marketing is
facilitated and the cost is lessened.
"The sooner wo get permanent roads ',
the sooner will taxes grow less. Good
roads cost less to maintain. If we
-dump our money each year into a
few mud holes and keep It up from
year to year we have benefitted no
-one, not even the men who fill the
.mud holes, for they have to pay part
ot the taxes, too.
""To our way of thinking," says the
Hillaboro Independent, "perhaps the
chief argument in favor of the road
bonds Is that the cities and towns as
well as an additional proportion of the
xtotal valuation will pay the largest
khare, and the burden will be shitted
mom th farmer's 26 per cent to the
.;. remaining 74, Not only that, but the
.complaint that the city automoblllit
V-haa worn out the roads he did not pay
fr Is met and In the future be will
travel th road that cost him more
.tain was pajd by the farm he passes
-and in addition the fat total of blB
.automobile licenses, a proportion ot
vwltlch was returned to his own county,
will now pay the Interest on the loan
Jae made to build the roads,"
Real Estate Transfers,
Booth-Kelly Lumber co. to Charles
Neet et ux, N. W. V of N. W. of
sec. 29, tp. 19-1 $300.
Safe Medicine for Children.
"Is it safe?" is tho first question to
bo considered when buying cough
medicine for children, Chamberlain'
Cough Remedy has long been a favor.
Ito wltfli mothers ot young children as
it contains no opium or other narcotic,
and may be given to a child as confl
dently as an adult. It Is plesant to
take too, which Is of great Importanco
when a medicine must bo given to
young children. This remedy is most
effectual In relieving coughs, colds
and croup. Obtainable) everywhere.
noilKUT HURNB LmlRO. No
78, A. M. P., Ancient and
Accented Scottish RUo Unl
vernal and Symballo Froo
Masons moots first nnd third
Friday evening In W. O. W,
hall. Visiting brothora wo!
1. A. Johnson
It W. M
Buy Your Spring Shoes
AT 35 WEST 8th STREET.
Tho Largost Assortment In Eugono.
SAVE A DOLLAR
By Walking 50 Foot Off of tho Mnin Stroot.
T. A. GILBERT
PRICE MAY NOT
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FORK LONG, TIIKHH ARE NO COLD HTOItAOE PLANTS
FOR THE8K. NOTHING LOHT IN IIUYINO NOW. Distil,
late, Monogram oils, Gronso, Etc.
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