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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1919)
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CENT ON TIME
BANK MONEY ORDERS
ARE THE CHEAPEST
AND ARE ABSOLUTELY
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WHERE. LET US SHOW
COMMERCIAL STATE BANK
We have New Supply
The Best Yet in
Work in this garage is all done by
thoroughly competent mechanics-
and only the best materials are used
W. W. EBBETT, Prop.
Main Street Phone 17
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
IN THE COt'NTY COURT OF THR
STATIC OF UIIKCON FOR LANE
In the Matter of tho F.Htate of David
In pursiituuo of a license to nie
grunted by tbo county court of Lane
county, Oregon, on the 29lh day of
September. 1SMB, I, O. I). Eby. ndniln
iHirutor of the estate of David Eby,
tlecuused, will proceed to B11 at pri
vate sale to llio highest bidder on aud
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1919
at the hour or 2:00 o'clock p. in., all
the right, title, Interest and estate of
the said David Eby, demised, at the
time of hia death, and of snld estate,
In and to the following described real
Commencing at a point two (2) ft.
east of the northwest corner of lot
eleven (U) lu Clark and Wushburne's
Addition to Springfield; running
thence east 320 foetto the northeast
corner of Bald lot eleven (11); thence
south 5 foet; thence west on line
parallel with the north line of said
lot 320 feet; thence north to begin
nlng. all in Lane county, Oregon.
Twins of vale, cash, or half cash,
balance to be secured by first mort
gage upon the real premises sold, to
bo approved by court
Bids will be received by the under
signed administrator at office of N. A.
Rowe, between Fifth and Sixth
streets, on Main street, Springfield,
Dated September 29, 1919.
0. D. EBY.
Administrator of the Estate of
David Eby, Deceased.
First pub., Oct. 3, 1919.
Last pub., Oct. 31, 1919.
Mrs. A. E. Sldenberder, Rockfleld,
Indiana, states: "For any attacks of
bronchial trouble which usually as
sails me in the spring I find Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy the only
thing that gives me relief. After
using it for a few days all signs of
bronchial trouble disappears."
News, 91.75 per year in advance.
(Springfield High School)
WJio says old 8. H. 8. is asleep T
'Why, Monday the girls all cam to
school in aprons and with balr In
curls. Had Mr. Roth been able to
come that morning ho would probably
thought ho had njc-cldently stepped
into the Fourth-grade room instead
of the High school assembly ball.
Bach lady member of tb faculty
was adorned In a dish aprpa and
Miss Macben bad a pretty blue ribbon
becomingly tied about ber bead. Thin
action of the girls aroused the boys,
who held a meeting last evening, and
this morning came out In old clothes,
neatly patched trousers, or coats
without tbo patch, gay neckties, etc.
They' arranged themselves In tho
hall, ami as Mr. Roth rang the bell
they serpentined about tbo assembly
ball under tho lead of Milton Coffman;
then gathered on tho platform and
gave a couplo of High school yells.
FROSH ENTERTAIN THE UPPER
Last Thursday morning was one of
special delight for the members of
the upper classes, as they were given
twenty minutes' entertainment by the
freshmen. There programme was
Speech by president, Alice Morten
sen; Recitation, Irene KIrtchener;
Stunt, Leonal Vorlss, Phyllis Kester;
Song, Winifred Harpole, Dorothy
Ditto. Alene Larimer; Recitation,
Edythe Cyr; 8ong, several girls;
High school song, entire class.
The twenty-seventh of October
in the year of 'nlnteen
Scarcely a boy was anywhere
to be seen
For the girls in their pigtails
and aprons arrayed
Marched forth In their splendor
on dress parade.
For a wonder the girls all seemed
to be on time getlng Into the study
hall Monday morning, while the boys.
who had been standing off In small
groups, came tip-toeing In with bated
breath least they disturb the general
quiet and peace which predominated.
Our beloved professor being Informed
beforehand, fell a victim to nervous
prostration and sought refuge In his
home during the entire day. It was
amusing to see the expression on
the boys' faces as tbey glanced with
mingled bewilderment and uneasiness
over the combined force of apron-clad
girls and saw again the picture of
some older sister standing in tho kit
cben doorway frantically waving the
rolling pin, or some other equally dan
gerous cooking utensil, at tho re
treating back of & small doughnut
thief. But they need have no fear,
for the assembly ball of the old S. H.
S. Is not going to bo turned Into a
Domestic Science room, at least for
a while yet. In a few days the cur
rent question of Importance among
the boys will be, "Oh say, have you
heard tho latest news? Aprons and
curls are going out of fashion. Oh
Verntta Morrison, who was abseat
last week, haa returned to school
The girls bad yell practice again
Monday night to exercise their yell
Helen Myers has returned to school
after two days' absence.
Maurtne Lombard entered school
last week aa a Junior.
Hatel Brattaln is back to school
again after a short absence.
We are very sorry Mr. Roth Is not
with us today and wo hope be may
be well enough to come Tuesday. He
will miss tho excitement of the girls'
Miss Sybil Westfall, who has been
absent from school for some time on
account of illness, returned today. We
are glad to have her with us again.
class) : "Now, you people who drink
coffee, why wouldn't you Just as
leave oat four or five coffe berries
as tb drink a cup of coffe?"
Pupil: "Because we bar to work
harder to cbow tho berries."
Mr. Roth: "Oh, you lazy boy. Ill
bet you can cbew all day on a stick
of gum and never get a bit tired."
Mothers and sisters didn't bave to
press the boys' suits Tuesday. Oh!
the suits were pressed beyond dis
Tomatoes, apples, and rose buds
are quite interesting objects thlese
days. Ask tho Domestic Science
In English I class Tuesday morning,
Miss Derfllnger had the pupils do
some transposing of sentences. Theo.
Coglll was called upon and he said,
"What shall I dor
Miss Macben, to Vivian In Algebra
"If you are 15 years' old and your
father Is 25, how old Is your father?"
Vivian: "25". (Pretty good work for
a freshman, don't you think so)?
Mr. Hamlin (in Teachers training
class): "What is vermin?"
Juanlta: "A bug."
Chicago. J. Ogden Armour of Ar
raour it Co., Ernest A. Hamill, pres
ident of tbo Cora Exchange National
Bank; Julius Rosenwald, president
of Bears, Roebuck Co., and sev
eral other Chicago millionaires, are
going about today clad In shoes re
Tbey refuse to pay $14, SIS and
$18, the price "good shoes" are sell
ing for hero.
Armour says bo bought his first
pair, of new shoes in three years last
Rosenwald, whose company owns
a shoe factory or two, hasn't taken a
pair of new shoes out of stock for
All of which hasn't anything te do
with limousines. You can bet your
bottom dollar that Armour and the
rest of them "half-sole" their limou
sines too. '
Men with money always refuse to
pay the other fellow's price. The
other day a wealthy man in Ban Fran
cisco spent a half day haggling over
tb price of an expensive automo
bile. Ho finally forced tho prloe
down fifty dollars.
"Well, I saved that mueh, any
how," be said, exhibiting the $50.
"I hate to pay the other fellow's
Rich men ara rich beeause they
buy carefully aad save. Oet the sav
ing bablt. Wdrk .over your list of
necessities." Cut out the expensive
things. Put your money In War Sav
ings Stamps. They will bring you
4 per cent compounded quarterly.
Miss Donzella Abrams, in the ex
treme fear that she might lose her
General Science book and never re
cover it, has put a one-cent stamp and
her address on tho fly-leaf. In case
this book should go sailing off into
space to learn more about those mys
terious planets, please place the
stamp on tho outside and aend it back
to its owner.
NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION TO
INCREASE TAX MORE THAN 8IX
PER CENT OVER THAT OF THE
Notice is hereby given to the legal
voters of School District No. 19 of
Lane County, State of Oregon, that
an election will be held In said Dis
trict at High school on the 24th day
of November, 1919, at 7:30 o'clock in
the afternoon, to vote on the question
of Increasing the amount of the tax
levy in said district for the year 1919,
by more than six per cent over the
amount of such levy for tho year im
It is necessary to raise this addi
tional amount by special levy for the
The addition to the school course of
Manual Training and Home Econom
ics. The increase of teachers' salar
ies, the Increase of pay for Janitors,
Increase of cost of fuel and telephone
Dated this 25th day of October,
CARL E. FISCHER
Chairman Board of Directors.
W. J. BAILEY, District Clerk.
First pub., October 31, 1919.
Last pub., November 7, 1919.
HOW ANY GIRL CAN
HAVE PRETTY EYES
No girl or woman is pretty If her
eyes are. red, strained or have dark
i rings. Simple wltchhacet, camphor,
' hydrastis, etc., aa mixed in Lavoptlk
eye wash, will brighten the eyes and
,'a week's use will surprise you with
its . QUICK results. Regular use of
j Lavoptlk keeps the eyes healthy,
sparkling and vivacious. The quick
.change will please you. Dainty
alumlum eye cup FREE. M. M. Peery
Mr. Roth (In General Selene. Drug company.'
OR. W. H. POLLARD
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Phones: Office 20-J; Reg. 20-M
Office hours: - 1 a
a. ra. to 12 m. 1:30 p. m. to t p. m.
DR. S. RALPH DIPPEL
DR. N. W. EMERY
Sutton Bldfl. Phone 20-J
Resldenc Phone 129-W
L. H. RAMSEY
Perfftct Fit Guaranteed First
Class Material Best Wcrkman
8hlp Main Street 8prlngfleld
between 3rd and 4th Oregon
LEM LEY'S PRESSING
FRED G. LEMLEY Prop'r.
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing, Dye
ing, Hats blocked, 8ults made to
Main Street Springfield
between 3rd and 4th Oregon
JOHN E. EDWARDS
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
Main and Third
CHA8. L. 8COTT at
First National Bank
D. W. ROOF
'FINE WATCH REPAIRING A
FRANK A. DE PUE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
The sale is reported of the Lane
County Creamery at Eugene to O. A.
Harnden, for several years manager
of the Farmers Creamery, by E. F.
Herbst, Joseph Cyr, and B. Avery.
Do you know that the First National
Bank of Springfield is both a National
and a State Depository? It is the
safe place for your account, too.
A Beautiful Woman
Do you know that a beautiful wom
an alwaya has a good digestion. , If
your digestion is faulty, eat lightly
of meats, take 'an occasional dose of
Chamberlain's Tablets to strengthen
your digestion. Price 25c.
Stat ef Ohio. City of Toledo, t aa
Frank J. Cheney inakea oath that ha la
anlor partner of the Arm of F. J. Cheney
Co., doing fcusineee in the City of To
ledo, County and State aforesaid, and
that eald firm will pay the sum of ONJB
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ev
ery caa of Catarrh that cannot be cured.
by tne use mjulu-scatakkh uuku.
Sworn to before me and aubecrlbed' In
my oreipnce. this Cth tiay of December,
A. IX IS,
(Seal) A. W. GLBABON, '
i ' Notary Public.
Hall'a Catarrh Cure Is taken internally
and acts directly upon the blood and mu
cous aurfacea of the syatem. Send far
F, J. CHENET CO.. Toledo. J.
Bold hv all lrurrlata. 75o.,"-
Take Hall e Family fill fyr Ooeetlpetlea.
Dr. S. Ralph Dippel, dentist, Spring-
fleld, Oregon. " .