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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1919)
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to the Joys of smoking.
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Power Co. ! furniihlnf an tncreaalBC
mount of power for Industrial activ
ity In thia territory.
Myrtle Point Cooe Cannery Co. to
erect new cannery.
McMtnnrtlle Work on propctlr
oil well here delayed for lack of eup
pllea; hole down It 00 feet and (aa
encountered at different depthi.
Hood Klver Weabln(ton Telephone
company (Ha 10 per cent rate In
creaae. McMlnnvllle apple packing plant
auHpenda for lack of can to ahlp.
Oreaham brick and concrete ware
Aatoria $260,000 community center
Gold Beach Vegetable aud
canning establishment aeeklng
Kugene New bridge to be
acroaa Moaby creek.
Kugene Fifteen mile of
River road to be built.
Salem li. S. Gile packing company
to add wholeaale grocery bualnena.
Roaeburg planning bond election for
million dollar light plant.
Cooe Buy port coninilualon planning
to UHue 1200.000 dock bonda.
Portland Steel ahlpyarda cloned
down until return of aane conditions.
Gold Hill apple and pear crop for
shipment totals 60 carloads.
Portland starts building Columbia
alough channel to cost $300,000.
Jackson county will have $370,000
funds for 1920 road building.
8alem Two million dollars will be
avsllable In 1920 for market roads.
Oreaham has M-ton per day starch
factory running and needs larger high
Pendleton Ten miles grading and
graveling of county roada to start
Wallowa Site being surveyed for
new flab hatchery and feeding pond
In Lower Valley.
Salem New Valley Packing com
pany to open Jan.. 1. Cost $175,000.
Wallowa Wallowa . Pine Lumber
company Incorporated for $300,000.
Takes over Bear Creek holdings and
other timber. Sawmill to be built
Albany gets new bank. To erect
one-story brick building.
Kugene Loganberry growers to re
ceive lSVfc cents pound for berries.
Corvallla Work on new engineer
ing building being puBhed.
Pilot' Rock Contract let for new
high school building to coat $32,000.
Cottage Grove Iaaue of $8000 lm
provement bonda authorised.
Stanfleld Construction ' of water
works power houae well under way.
Vale Standard OU company build
ing new distributing station here.
Clatakanle Seasons output of kraut
factory. 800 tone.
' Vale flour mill purchases 60,000
buahels of wheat to date.
Portland planning $100,000 whole-
! sale co operative store.
Aatoria Building permits totaling
$37,760 iHBued for month of November.
Coqullle to have $50,000 school
Eugene Portland firm to construct
Vale Morriaon dam when com
pleted, will Irrigate over 100,000 acres.
Gold Beach Total output of Euchre
creek and Piston river cheese fac
tories over 160.000 pounds this season
Malln Stone store building com
pleted. Vale Drilling operations at West
ern Pacific Oil well proceeding rapid-
Gold Beach Placer mining opera
tions begun at plant of Inman mines
on Sizes river. Will operate giant
L. C. HELMER Shos Shop
We alto have a complete new stock of new rubber goods
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR LANE
Helen L. Phelps, Plaintiff, vs. Her
man O. Phelps, Defendant.
To Herman G. Phelps the above
Is the name of the Stats of Oregon
Tou are beroby summoned and re
quired to be and appear In the above
entitled Court and suit and answer
the complaint of the plaintiff filed
herein against you within six weeks
from the date of the first publication
of this aummons, to-wlt, November
14th. 1919, and It you so fall to ap
pear and answer thereto, plaintiff
will apply to the Court for the relief
prayed for,, namely: for a decree dis
solving the bonds of matrimony bow
existing between plaintiff and de
fendant on the grounds of desertion,
and for full relief.
This summons Is served upon you
by publication In the Springfield
News, a newspaper published weekly
at Springfield, Oregon, for six con
secutive weeks by order of the Hon.
O. P. Bklpworth, Judge of the above
Court, said order being entered and
of record Nor. 10th. 1919.
C. M. KISSINGER.
AUorney for Plaintiff.
Date first publication Not. 14, 1919.
Date last publication Dee. 36, 1919.
Cottage Grove Floor space and
equipment of cannery must be doubled
to care for increased business.
Dallas Oregon Growers' Asan. to
build up-Uvdate plant here.
Portland Eight thousand dollar
.garage building to be built on east
Lebanon Hundred-foot wing to be
added to local cannery.
Prlncevllle, Japanese corporation
to plant 11,000 acres potatoes In time
for 1920 crop.
Pendleton Permit lsued for erec
4ioa $30,000 apartment building.
Dayton to have $7000 community
. Oregon City Clackamas county has
sufficient funds for 144 miles good
Florence New machinery being In
stalled In power plant.
Lebanon Light k Water company to
build new plant.
TEN RULES OF BEEP
First. Pehty of paature and feed.
Second. The right kind of cows
thoae that will produce good calves
Third. A good purebred regfatored
bull one that will aire good calvea
Fourth. A large calf crop. This
means that all cows shall drop calves
and that the calves shall be properly
cared for at birth.
Fifth. Proper care of the breeding
herd and the calves.
Sixth. Selection of godd heifer
ealves to replace old or inferior cows.
Seventh. Prevention of diaeaae
among the breeding herd and the
Eighth. Shelter sufficient to pro
tect the cattle from both severe cold
and extremely hot weather.
Ninth. A practical knowledge of
fattening cattle for market.
Tenth. Marketing to advantage.
Bible school at 9:45; communion at
11. How long since you were at com
munion T Do you realize that Christ
has made an appointment with yon
at His church every Lord's day?
Preaching at 11:16, subject, "for
getting the Things Which are Be
hind." Don't forget to attend church
Sunday this Is ahead.
Christian Endeavor at 6:30. Evening
service st 7:30, subject, "The SecoaA
Coming of Christ." Prayer meeima
. Methodist Epiacopal Church
Sunday achool at 10. The Suit lay
school la the greateat safe guard oa
the nation's welfare. Let us not r.sg
lect the greatest Institution on earth.
Attend some Sunday school; If yoa
are not attending any we aak you If
you will not Join with ua, but if yott
belong to some other Sunday school
you ought to attend there.
Church service at 11. Goapel 8ac
followed by anthem, "
Ep worth league at 8.j. evening;
service at 7:30. Special mulc un4
a gospel message. You are welcome
and you are urged to be prettinC
Come for Sunday school and learn of
the Christmas program. . .
Baptist Church. '
Sunday school at 10; preaching af
11 a. in.
The young people's study class wll
meet at 6:30.
PIGS LIKE BALANCED RATIONS
An Important factor In balancing
pigs' rations, and one given too little
consideration, is crude fiber, which
should not exceed S.S per cent of the
ration, says a new bulletin on finish
ing pigs for market, Just issued by
the O. A. C. experiment station. Com
mercial hog feeds advertised aa car
rying desirable percentabea of pro
tein and carbohydrates are worth but
little If the crude fiber content runs
too high. Alfalfa hay contains 28 per
cent crude fiber, and to give neces
sary amount of nutrients would re
quire the animal to eat 15 to 20
pounda a day "a physical impossi
bility." Hence it Is not possible to
fatten hogs on alfalfa bay. The most
economical main and supplemental
feeds for ' balancing the ration are
listed with their respective ratios for
best results. Bulletins are sent free
Beauty is more than skin deep, AO
cording to the United States Public
Health Service. Natural beauty Is
usually a sign of health that cornea
from keeping the body clean and fret
ting plenty of outdoor exercise.
NOTICE OF TEACHERS'
A decayed tooth la far more danger
ous to the health than a fly In the
soup, says the United States Public
Health Service. Visit the dentist reg
ularly. Keep the teeth clean.
Examinations for teachers, for one
year, five year, and life certificates
will be held at the County Court
houae at Eugene, commencing Wed
nesday, December 17, at 9 a. m, and
will last until Saturday. Schedule and
Information can be secured by apply
County School Superintendent.
First publication Dec. S, 1919.
- Last publication Dec 12, 1919.
CALL FOR SCHOOL WARRANTS.
Notice is hereby given that all war
rants on School District No. 19, Laa
County, Oregon, to and Including reg
ister Number 1969, dated May 1, 1919.
will be paid at the County Treasurer's
office, December L 1919. Interest wUl
cease on that date.
Dated at Eugene, Oregon, this 24 tk
day of November, 1919.
First publication Nov. 28, 1919.
Last publication Dec. 12, 1919.
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Someone has said
THE WORLD IS COMING TO
AH END ON THE 17th
Hear Teddy W. Leavitt, on
THE SECOND COMING OF CHRIST
Sunday evening, 7:30 -