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TUB SPRINGFIELD NIUWS
NOV. 20. 1017.
, .Subje.ctof Talk
Epworth Longuo Mnkos $5.30
Which Will Be Applied on
Reverend E. C. I'lollard, of Boston,
gave a very interesting lecture on
"The Wonders of the Mammoth Cavo"
at the Methodist church Tuosday ev
ening under the auspices of the En
worth League. No admission was
charged but a collection was taken
up at the close of tho meeting. This
collection amounted to $5.30 and will
be applied on the Epworth League
church memorial fund.
Mr. Pollard, who was at the head
of a party of tourists when he visited
this "greatest natural wonder in tho
world" had 24 oil paintings with which
he Illustrated his lecture.
The cave was discovered1 In 1S09
by a men who was hunting. . He was
at the time tracking a bear and while
following it was lead to Uie very open
ing of the cave, which is believed to
be the most wonderful thins In the
world by Rev. Pollard. "Therefore,"
said Reverend Pollard, "this bear
was the greatest bear that ever lived."
One hundred and sixty miles of the
cave have been explored. The air
in the cave changes every three days.
and upon returning to the top of the
ground one recognizes the difference
in the air, that In the cave being more
bracing and invigorating.
The party went into the cave at
7 o'clock one evening and finished
the trip, sixteen miles at 7 o'clock
tbe next morning. At midnight the
party found themselves at the Mam
mouth hotel where a meal was served
The trip through the cave costs $2
for the shorter trail and J3 for the
longer trail, the sixteen mile route.
Bcnl Chewing Plu
Bsfor th Invention
of eur Patent Air Proof Poueh
Many Daaltr Could Not Katp
tho Flavor and Fraahnoia In
REAL GRAVELY PLUG TOBACCO.
New tho Patent Poueh Iteapt It
Fraih and Clean and Good.
A Little Chew of Gravely le Enough
and Laita Longer than a big ohew
f ordinary plug.
MISTER GOAT-yoU GrN BR
EXCUSED FOR CHEWING ANY
OLD THING BECAUSE VOU CAN
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AOOK FOR THUrKOTtaiON,
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OFFICERS ARE ELECTED
Plans Are Being, Made for Children's
Cattle Man Is Here
Mr. and Mrs. Guy DeLay of La
Grande, are visiting with Mrs. De
Lay's parents Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
Bressler of Springfield, over Thanks
giving. Mr. De Lay, who is an East
ern Oregon cattle man, was one of
the successful exhibitors at the stock
show held recently In Portland.
The Rebekah lodge held Its regular
meeting and also the election of offi
cers Monday evening. Tho officers
who were elected for the coming term
were: Mrs. Henry Korf, noble grand;
Kate Drummette, vice-grand; Mrs.
Riley Snodgrass, recording secretary;
Herbert Walker, financial secrotary,
and Cora Hlnson, treasurer.
Retiring officers of the lodge are:
Mrs. E. W. Collins, noble grand; Mrs.
Henry Korf, vice-grand; Mrs. Riley
Snodgrass, recording secretary; Mrs.
Al. Montgomery, financial secretary;
and Mrs. Hannah Hill, treasurer.
Plans for a children's night to be
held during the Christmas holidays
are being made. A committee com
posed of: -Mrs. Ethel Bally, Mrs. Cur
tis Hayden, Mrs. R. P. Mortenson,
Mrs. Hannah Hill, and Mrs. Riley
Snodgrass was appointed to make fur
ther plans for the entertainment.
U. OF O. MEN WILL DRILL 'UNION SERVICES TONIGHT
Colonel Wm. Dowen Will Commence
Duties Next Week
Colonel William H. C. Ho wen. a
retired officer in tho United Statoa
army, will arrive In Eugene Saturday
morning to take charge of the Univ
ersity batalllon, nccordtng to word re
ceived by Prcsldont Campbell from
San Francisco. The failure of Col-
Lieutenant Reverend Jensen Haa Deen
Atked to Preach Sermon
A union Thanksgiving service will
bo held In tho MuthodlHt church IIiIh
evening. Good music has boon pre
pared and It Is deslrod Unit u large
crowd bo present.
Lieutenant Reverend Jensen, pastor
of tho Christian church, will be proa
No. 80-11 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At SprliiKllold, In tho Statu of Oregon, at tho clono of btinhiosn
on November 120. 1017.
1. n Loans nml discount (uxcept thoso shown on h mid
2. Overdrafts, secured, none; unsecured, K'OO.Dl)
S. U. 8. bonds (other than Liberty Domli of 1917)!
a U. 8. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par
Totnl U. S. bonds (other than Liberty Honda)
and certificates of Indebtedness
C. u Liberty Ixnn lion da, unpledged, 3 per cent nnd
4 por cent
7. Dondt, securities, etc. (other than V. S.) :
b Honda other than U. H. bonda pledged to aocuro
poatnl anvlnga depoalta
o Securities other than U. 8. bonda (not Including
atocka) owned unpltMlgnd ,
Total bonda, aocurltloa, etb
9. Stock of Kcdornl Resorvo Hank (CO per cunt of sub-
10. n Value of banking house
b Equity lu banking house
11. Furniture nnd fixtures
12. Roal ostnto owned other than banking hoiiao
13. Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Hank
1C. Cuah In vault nnd net amounts due front national
IS. Checks on other banks In tho aaiuo city or town its
reporting bunk (other than Item 17)
20. Redemption fund with U. S. Trean irer and due
from U. 8. Treasurer ,
21. Interest earned but not collected (approximate) ....
onel Leader to arrive from England unt nMd nntt i,oull nHkoi t0 deliver
Mr. and Mrs. Clay Parker, of Wend
ling, left Tuesday for Portland, where
they will visit for a few days. Mr.
Parker will then go on to Cascade
Locks to work and Mrs. Parker will
return to Springfield.
made necessary tho securing of Colo
nel Dowen. The latter will assume
full charge of the cadots tho early
part of next week. Ho Is a Weit
Point graduate and has seen active
service In both tho Philippines and
the Spanish American war, and was
only recently rotircd from active service.
tho ThanKsglvtng address. Mr. Jen
sen has Just returned from the Preal
dlo at San Francisco whore he receiv
ed n commission as first lieutenant
Loses $20 BUI
When getting ready to go to tho
session of the teachers' Institute in
Eugene Thursday morning Sadie Al
len, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Allen, of Springfield, put a $20 bill In
her pocket. Reaching tho Eugene
high school building where tho Insti
tute was held she discovered that
she had lost the bill through a hole In
her pocket. Miss Allen is teaching
near Dexter this year.
BELL THEATRE OPEN8 TONIGHT
Tho Dell Thoatro will open tonight
with the serial' "the Mystery of tho
Double Cross." Owing to tho ad
vance In prices In all supplies and
films, In order to run tho theatre anil
give good pictures it Is necessary to
mako a slight advance In prices. On
all rogular weok-day shows the price
will be 0 and 1C cents with war tax
added. On Sunday 10 and 15 cents
with war tax added. On nil apeclnls
tho price will be as now ns possible
according to tho pictures.
W. J. WHITE
Total . ...
23. Capital stock paid In
24. Surplus fund v
25. u Undivided profits
It Less current expenses, Interest, and tuxes paid ,
20. Circulating notea outHtaudlng
Demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject
to Reserve (depoHlta payable within 30 tlaya):
S3. Individual deroslts subject to check
34. Certificates of deroslt duo lu leas than 30 days
(other than for money borrowed)
30. Cuahlor's chocks outstanding
Total demand deposits (other than bank de
posits) subject to Reserve, Items 33, .14,
3C. 30, 37. 38. 3D, and 40
Time deposits subject to Reserve (payable after 30
days, or subject to 30 days or more notice ....
and postal suvlnga):
Certificates of deposit (othor than for money bor
rowed) Postal suvlngs deposits -
Totnl of time deposits subject to Uoaerve,
Items 41. 42. 43. nnd 44 2
G2. a Cash letters of Credit and Travelers Chocks out
State or Oregon, County of Lnnc, 88.
I, D. S. Beals, Cnshler of tho nbovc-namctl bank, do sol
emnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of
my knowledge and belief. S. DEALS, Cashier.
Subscribed nnd sworn to before me CORRECT Attest:
this 28th day of November, 1917. L. K. PAGE.
HERBERT E. WALKER. J. F. SMITH,
Notary Public CHAS. L. SCOTT,
My commission expires Mar. 1. 1020. Directors.
Saturday, December 1st, 1917.
From 5 Cents to 25 Cents
Pyralin Ivory, Plain and Dec
orated. Manicure Sets.
Brushes and Combs
Cuff and Collar Boxes
Cigars and Tobacco, etc.
We Carry the Leading Brands
See Our Display
Xmas and New
Booklets and Seals
Eaton Crain's Celebrated
IN GIFT BOXES
50 Cents to $8.50
Now Is the Time to Make
That Wish for a Kodak Come
Prices $1.25 to $20.00
Presents for Every Member
of the Family. Let Us Help
You Select Them.
Mako Your Xmas Eve More
Merry With a
$Z3.00 to $225.00
Order Yours Now So You
Will Bo Sure to Got It.
Hear our Demonstrator.
jYou Can Do Better in Springfield. See Our Display, Then Compare and You Will Be Back