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THURSDAY, FEU. 21, 1I118,
Th! Springfiild News
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Editor and PubUeeni
JPublishod WerJr Monday and
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North Bend Man
L. J. Simpson Announces That
Ho Will Seek Nomination
for Governor of Oregon
, OUR CORRESPONDENTS
(CAHP CREEK Ruby C rat tree
'j'HURSTON, Mrs. Walter EdmUton
COBUna Elsie Anderson
Mrtt Claris Chllds
Member of the Vyillamette Valley
WILL PUBLJ,SHlRUT ONCE
krf EAGHi W EE&: 4 . . .
Owing to the higtycosfeof pub
lishtogiiaper.twiCfi a-Wjeek andj
on, .account o( general business
conditions,, we-hayQ; .decided to
discontinue;-.the. Monday edition'
of the News until further.-nqU.ee,;
b.egiriningjjjexttwjeek,- and .puh
lish but oneyjedition each week-.
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
' DY DORIUS SIKES 1
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' On Monday' and Tuesday two Tory
interesting debates were held in tho
American Literature class. Tho- sub
ject Monday was "Resolved: Thai tho
Pacific Coast should bo better guarded
against an attack." Tho affirmative
was upheld by Dill Hill, Berenice Cag
ley. and Nellie Copenhavcr. Supporters
of the Negatlvo were Edna Duryeo,
Ernest Moe, and Anne Oorrlo. Tues
day the subject discussed was: "Re
solved that students Bhould decido up
on an occupation before leaving High
schdol." Tho. afflrmnUvo team con
sisted of Ella Boesen Maude Gorrlo,
ahd Irva Barbre. Vordon May, Audrey
Parkins, and Frank Do Pue supported
the negative. In both arguments tho
affirmative teams -wero successful.
Alberta Parvla,- a Junior, underwent
an operation for appendicitis at the
Mercy hospital . In Eugene early .Mon
day morning; She. Is doing nicely, ac
cording to last reports from the hos
pital r. - . ' ... .
Marian White.- a last years Sopho
more' visited school 'Monday, Sho is
now living In Cottage Grove.
George ,CLsey""CarsoBV a- former
SI H." S: fct-Jd'ent visited. High school
J Mr. Simpson pledges, If elected, Or
Y- VXWtT' i t& Ml co-operation to the
Uinment to be given Friday afternoon u " . he h Iaig for fuU .lnw
at tho High school building has bee n 4 en'fdrcemenU He favors a national
posted on the tmlletla board. Folio-ght.hour excjpt n nCTlcuturCi.
ing is the program as It stands .at lh- ,., nf; -Mh hx vu
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makes such limitation impossible. He
stands for business development and
mako living conditions bettor for
them and for tho thousands of work
era and laborors throughout, tho stato.
"In administering- tho offlde of. tho
state's "hlKhoB.t, oxocut I vo, I shall con-,
ststently endeavor to give- t0"O,regon
an Impartial, clean, economical and.
High School Will Qlve Projjrsm
- Tho student body of tho- Springdold
high school will give a patriotic pro-
L. J. Slmnsim. of North Bond today , Rram tomorrow nrtornoon at ono
makes formal announcement of his o'clock. at tho school building. There
candidacy for governor of Oregon on i will bo sovornl numbers by tho
tho Republican UckeL Mr. Simpson jBtudonta and at two there will"
is tho rounder of tho city of North ho an address by tho llovorend
Bond and Is, perhapB tho best known J O. H. Parkinson of Eugono. This
cltixen of southern Oregon. i program will bo given In honor of
Lincoln and Washington's birthdays.
Tho public is Invited.
present: Piano Solo, Mary Hardinjc:
I Reading, Joe ' Clark; Vocal ' Selection,
T- It .TTH i 1 T.i -Tl..nA Xf I
I na; "McHenry and Eliza Copenhavcr; ' , , 4U - ,
Wo Tim II tnprpfnrp pnntinim Aiir r .1 1 o..vi -if-.ti oj..An
rri;.Ct:; parUcularly the main or trunk high,
Tnursdav's Issue onlv but will-en I j ci-io KMmni Tho
large, the sheet;, adding several program is to be in honor of Washlng
attra,CtiYe feat,uresr. and, try: to ! ton's and Lincoln's birthdays.
merit the. continued patronage
Doris Myors entortalned a fow of
her HtUo friends, Wed. evening Fen.
20. in .celubraUon of her 9th birthday.
After a Jolly time with games refresh
ments wero served. Thoto present
.were: Maxlno Posey, Margaret Halsoy
Alice Bouchard, Do Etta Durea, Flaud
Townsend-und Doris Myers."
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MISS GEORGE WASHINGTON
A SEVEN, REEL COMEDY
DRAMA ' .
BELL THEATRE SAT. 23.
APMISSldfi 0 AND ji,5c.; !
W. F. WALKER
FUNERAL OIRECTOfl ,
Office Phono C2; Residence 67-J
West Main St
of the public.
J. C. DIMM.
Mrs. J. H. Richmond and Mrs. H H
Young, or Portland visited High school
ways, which are of themselves military
necessities, and believes that during ;
the war this work should be prosecuted
only with the consent and approval of '
the national government. Ho favors j
the construction of an Adoquate sys
i i . . ... ! Ifnnnw IThi, T7 1 . i vti nn ,1 iA n tnlhar
IN THECOUNTY' COURT F.OR LANE , .Zi, " J " " " , tern of military hlgnways for tho do
COUNTY, BTATE'OF OREGONi
In ,tbe matter of the estate
Nancy Bahr. deceased.
TO "MRS. HATTIE . E... CHURCHILL
AND-ELMER H: BAHR:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGOt: , t' . . i . .
Yoli'"afe hereby cited and required
to 'appeal? liPthfi'Cduhfy 'Coufr-of the
State, .of) Oregon, fprf the; County of
Lane, at the Court Room thereof,, at
Eugene. In the Connty of"Lane,"on
the-efghtearitloW f'TJArch1 '1918,
at ,tea Q'clpck; 1 tb forenoon, of. Uiat
day, then and tfi,ere show;cauB& If any
you have, wby nn orter of sate Bhould
not be-'itiAdr to sell .the' (following
described .real nroperty belonging to.
'be sald'state: . " '
UJt twe'tftWx0126j''In Block.- thlrly-
ire,(?3)f la, Flnnpunt, Jtibjs rty i
. m T-... t 1 '
Lot tweSty' sevenvrirf-Block thirty
ittree7'((.33),iiri'JFalrniountllf the City
of Qregonj fori, the .County of' Lane
and the 5e,al of saU Court .hereto af-.
fixed'thfi iOth day of Jandary. 1918.'
Thdt datfi"of-the 1st publication
hereof 4s January 31, ,1918.,
Attest: S, M. RUSSELL. Clerk
By C. D. Lee, Deputy.
grade teacher and High school, music
teacher. : They' returned to Portland
4 rt huh iJohiiBon. returned toischool
Monday after a few days absence last
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Floe Smith reglsterea.-thls'morning
as a Freshman.- She-graduated from
the Eighth Grade In Eugene this month
. , M . ..
. The. E8- class held election of off li
cera ,yesferday,i anH' .erected. Verdon
May president, and Bee Holbrook soctj
retary-treasurer. The class decided
to' take aljuerlei of, papers-fronr which
to. study- editorials. This work will bo
in.--." . '
under the supervision of their instruct
or Miss Llndsey.
Petitions for Mall Route
A' petition is being circulated for
an extension of the Springfield mall
route No. 2 for Upper Camp Creek
Submits to Major Operation
Mrs. E. C. 'Parsons of Roseburg
came here .to undergo a caesarean
section operation. She was operated
on Monday at the Mercy hospital, by
a local physician. Roth mother and
baby aro doing nicely.
We are closing out the stock of tho
Holbrook Trading company. This is
excellent merchandise and we are of-
going as far as the school house a , ferIng ,t at excepUonal,y ,ow prlces.
distance of threemlles and return, Come ,n wUh,n the next few day8 an1
making a total distance of six miles. ' a,', 'haaia
i " - '"i"'
A. Jack Is circulating the petition.
LocalBoy ls Transcferred
Byron H. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs.
R. W Smith of tlis city, has been
transferred from Camp Custer, Mlch-
D. L. WEBSTER
RECEIVER'S NOTICE TO CREDIT
ORS. NOTICE. IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undtrpigned Elmer F. Mcbee, ha.
by the order of the' Circuit Court of
the State rf Oregon, for the County
of Lane duly made and entered there
in on the 7th day of February 1918
been' duly and regularly appointed re
cr.lver.of the acscls and properties of
tlie Springfield Planing Mill Company.
out came home from Springfield Sun-1 a corporation of Springfield, Oregon,
dav. brineine her little eranddauEhter i All persons haying claims, -against
lgaan where he has been in training
for some time, to Camp Lee, Peters
February! 10. Mrs. Frank Teach-
fenBe of the Pacific coast and believes ,
that the national government should .
undertake, such construction immedi
ately upon the termination, of the war.
He says: "If.nominated and elected:
"I shall encourage and support, such
legislation as may be necessary for
the' establishment' of nation-wide- pro
hibition and the permanent 'adoption
of equal suffrage in the state and na
"t shall endeavor at all times to!
tiraio uuu ouuiuiuie mai (Jiunuuc-'co-ppera'tion
between employer and J
empfoye rehered so necessary by the'
strenuour conditions of war'ahd so es
sential to the progress and advance-'
rrieh't-of tho state.
'T shall afd and assist in every wa'y.!
commensufale with" due and proper!
economy, the educational system and
institutions of the state, and in1 overy
possible manner Increaso their effi
ciency. "With a knowledge and apprecia
tion of the enormous natural resour
ces or Oregon, I shall endeavor to pro
mote development of these resources
through establishment of new Indus
tries and by encouraging settlers and
urging such legislation as will tend to
Your country needs metal
of every description and you
that have old copper, brass,
aluminum, nickle, steel, iroh
or any kind of metal arc not
doing your duty if you fall to
put it on tho market.
buys, all kinds qf
and offers t pay real cash
HEAD.. THEN ACT
Chemical Works, dealer in
Junk, Hides, Pc.s. ceneral
Blacksmith. HorsedUocutp. .
iTHE BEST WAY TO OWN A HOUSE OF YOUR
.OWN . IS TO HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO BUY A
HOME OUTfUGHT . . . .
' THE BEST WAY TO HAVE ENOUGH MONEY IS
TO REGULARLY BANK A PART OF WHAT YOU
EARN. . .
SAVING YOUR1 MONEY WILL ENCOURAGE YOU;
DEBT WILL DISCOURAGE YOU.
BANK WJT.H US
Dr. N; W. Emery
SUTTON BLOO. . . PHONE 20-J
RESIDENCE PHONE I29 W
D. W. ROOF
SPRINGFIELD, . OREGON
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
SE US ABOUT
Selling your orenm. It vMH pay
you. Ask us about feed.
EUGENE FAIIMEI1S CUEAMEIIY.
, DR. J. E. RICHMOND
PHONES Oflles, S;'raldenc. 11&-J
Over Commercial ,Bank,
Genevieye Hardin with her.
Mrs. Ella Haryey of Portland is v)s-
said corporation are hereby notified
to present the same, properly verified
to said receiver at the office of said
iting at the homes pf her nelces. Mrs. i V"',"1'"" " rLiyW?Wt"
u.V. V- ...v " .w.i. ...w utvy
Itena Edmlston and Mrs.
Miss Jnez. Price arrived home from
tho O. A. C. Tuesday.
John Price has purchased a new
Emma Goosler Is keeping house for
her grandfather' P. J.' Darnett and at
tending high school here.
Mrs.' Una Hardin' who has been con
fined' to' tho Mercy Hospital in Eugene
for some time Is much better.
D. d. Baugh lost a valuable horse
Applega'14, Furrilture'cbmpany of Eu
.gene delivered a load of furniture here
Roberta j 0f the first publication of this notice.
Hated February 13th 1918.
ELMER F, M'BEE,
Feb.lf 21,28; Mch.'7.l4.2l,28. '
Mrs. O.. A.' jlcMah'pn and' Mrs. Mag
Ufym Sfy. T $'rbet
"it DvVspt6-(lak ' 'wfrs. iiarbe'rt has
been suffering for some tlmo with'
For'Sale, Rent, Wanted, Etc!
LOST-rBJack, fox muff. Phono 127-11
FOR SALE Bailed hay. oats ahd
vet6b and cheatf also oat'akd wheat
straw. . Enquire '.at Commercial
Stato Bank. WELDV STEyENS.
Used Typewriters, oxcellenti gon-
dltion', typewriters cleaned and ro-
' rtdyal ' Typ-oWHte'r ency1, '3 9th
Ave. West, Eugene, Phone 148.
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Costs Little More'
Scenic Shasta Route, Sacred
Siskiyous, Mt. Shasta,, San Fran
cisco,, Los Angeles, Southern Cal
ifornia. Choice of routes.
' Let 'us' make an Itinerary; for
''your' Jrip showing train ' schedule's,
Ask noarostagent or wrlto
, JOHN M; SCOTT"
' Portland, Orqgon
'SODTHE&N PACIFIC LINES
Wrlto foi !'. . tho Apache "frail of Arlioria
In Keeping, With the Big
TtfoiigM of the Bay
The daily press reflects a '.ttehtlment throughout the nation
which clearly indicates a nejr condition..
Men aro -wanted everywhere, Thp work 9 this yar is bciup
carried on largely by those who never uerore have been, 1 pub
lic office of In public work. Men who have been, too busy, too
engrossed with their, own tariks, nre leaving thcr 0ork' to oth
ers and giving their time nnd ability to the cnusc which is ours,
It is a timo when politics in the ordinary sense must not bo
considered. It calls for all the ability that can be mustered.
Oregon to be a successful part in this unit plan for the de
fenso of Democracy, must likewise place the thought of the
times before everything.
In tonother part o,f this paper appears the announcement of
Vj. J. Simpson as a candidate for tho nomination for Governor
on the Republican ticket. Mr. Simpson was urged to become
a candidate by his many friends in eyery part of the stato, be
cause of his business record, his understanding nnd knowledge
of Oregon's resources, Industries and needs; because of his
publiq-spirUcdness,' which of recent years has led liiin tb tasks
which have been more important to him than his own affairs.
L.'J;.SIMPSON IS CLfcAR'LY THE.MAM WHO CAN
GIVE OREGON THE ADMINISTRATION NECESSARY
TO THIS PLAN OF NATIONAL EFFICIENCY.
His 'crfmpaigii -will be directed, straight to you ns voters, as
muiviauais wno uo your own iniUKing.
Ve are firmly convinced tUat.ypit vyiU not njlow politics to
Influence your decision, and that you wjll vote for the man w)i0
is best fit to help tho people of Oregon, developo the state's
vast resources, and to prepare for, and participate in, tho great
reconstruction that is to follow).
We believe you will weigh issues more closely than over be
fore, and that L. J. Simpson will be your choice.
What You Can Do
First Talk over his can
didacy with your friends.
Second If you beliovo that L,
J Simpson is worthy of your
support write a letter to this
' ... ... ! ,1 At
Suggest. How his .cause may
bo advanced. Wo, In turn, will
tell you how you can help.'
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Issued by; ' '
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"Slmpspn ..for-flpvprnoTr.. League
, I'ittQclf Block, Portland