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THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
Published Every Friday at Springfield, Lent County, Oregon By
TYLER A FREELANO k-
Satnutt H. Tyler H. B. Freeland
Entered at the r-ostofnee at Springfield, Oregon, as Second-Class M attar,
February 24. 1903. ,
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DO YOU WANT MORE OF THEjthe next president of the United
PROFITS TO STAY HERE? i States will not be either noml-
jnated or elected without the
The farmers are now making I country knowing by his record
their plans for their next year's something about what they can
crops, w hat they shall plant and :exct of him after he is elected,
the acreage to be put into the
different sorts. Many are turn-, TWO PICTURES.
ing from grains and stock to the
fair valuation and make it part
of the system of pubic forests;
Immediate forest planting, on
a large scale, upon all cutover
lands on which there is no hope
of securing another crop
through natural production.
Pulp and paper manufjictur
em. timber owners, lumbermen,
and government officials seem
entirely favorable to such a
berry and vegetable crops
small fruits. The market
and j It is said that the Apaches had
and : five words for murder not one
general demand for both berries for love.
and fruits is increasing. j A recent analysis of soviet lit-
There is a need, however, for erature Is said to show ten words
still better marketing faclities ! for destruction, only one for
right here at Springfeld., And I construction ; six words for corn
there is room for more factories ! munism, only one for patriotism,
here. At present the farmers' ) Bolshevism, according to ling
and fruit gowers' poduce must uistic analysis, yields many
be very largely marketed away i words meaning pain, agony, tor
from Springfield. I ment, fear, awe, sadness, hun-
Why not have the market here i ger, tears, distress, misery. Inl
and the benefits accrue to the
farmers and the city itself?
It would bring more profit to
the producer and to the city and
the general business interests of
this community. There is ample
opportunity for a dehydrating
plant here. It has been an
nounced that 12'o cents will be
paid for loagnberries next sea
son. If a dehydrating plant could
be started here, the producer
could save more of this good
price for himself as well as help
ing a new industry to get started
WHAT BERRIES ARE DOING.
prisonment, adversity, calamity,
disaster and confiscation.
Holshevsitic writings also yield
many words meaning bereave
ment, widow, orphan, doom.
death, grave, and punishment.
Testifying before the Joint
congressional committee In
vestigatng postal salaries a
negro laborer in the Louisville
post office described the
method in which he stood off
his creditors with the remark:
"Ah bin acting on de princlole
of payin' dem fust dat hollahs!
de loudest." He must have re
ceived his idea from the princi
ple adopted by the War TUsk In
surance In paying soldiers
TOWN AND VICINITY
See page 6 for "Goat Feathera."
Frank McConriell of Creswell passed
through Springfield Monday moving '
the Ferguaon family from Creawell to'
The reorganization of the Ekkles
Un clans of the MethodUL Sunday
school wan celebrated Saturday even
Inr bv a most delightful nartv at tha
We also find the following nome of MM Grat.e Male- ecr,,ary corporauon
wuius auuuiiuuig in suvifi mer-;f tne Ca. Tne hoateas entertained
ature: revolt, masses, classes. '-with n mrm f im.nnV .m
WE HAVE ADDED TO OUR LINE OF FLOUR MADE
FROM LOCAL WHEAT A NEW FLOUR AND
" WE HAVE NAMED HER
IT IS MADE FROM AN EASTERN HARD WHEAT AND
LOCAL LITTLE RED HARD WHEAT
A HIGH PATENT MADE FROM OUR BEST LOCAL
WHEAT WITH ALL THE LOW GRADE REMOVED
AND YOU KNOW OUR CREAM MIDDLINGS AND OLD
FASHIONED GRAHAM MADE ON THE
OLD-FASHIONED MILL STONE
ALL MONEY-BACK. GUARANTEE
SPRINGFIELD MILL AND
GRAIN COMPANY i
Columbia Film corporation. Ho will
return to the Oregon metropolis in tlx
aprlng to take up his work with that
seize, destroy, burn, demolish.
blow un. and finally: "In the
tirrtrlr nt I act nirt ir r ua mnet '
" vs , vs, uvciiuviivii "V 'UOi t
Americanism abounds in
such words as love, brother
hood, home, country, protec
tion, sympathy, pity, fellow
feeling, compassion, charity,
friend, country, God, progress,
The conditions iortrayed by
words are as true to life as the
negative is to that jipon which
the camera wa focused. Take
your choice. Walla Walla,
CAN YOU BEAT IT?
Berry growing has taken hold
in Coos county, Oregon. People
who never thought of ranching
or gardening before are seeking
plots of land for small fruit cul
ture. Women in comfortable cir
cumstances and men making
good salaries are ready to put all
their energy into the berry busi
ness. Ranchers are contracting
to nlar.t berry tracts and real A Coos county rancher kept
est at 3 firms are advertising ; $2000 hidden in an old shoe. He
berry land daily. (cleaned house and dumped all
Th's is a good sample of the j the. rubbish in the deep Coos
wavthebery industry is develop-1 river, including $2000 in the
ip toe country. The Willam-j
rte: vallev. Oregon, is a coming!
berry growers' paradise.
THE NEXT PRESIDENT.
Judging by the present temp
er of tha people of the country.
t Table Cream, pint . . .40c
Whipping cream, pint. .40c
Whole milk, qt 12c
Skimmed milk, gallon. .15c
Butter milk, gallon... 10c
There is no longer any ex
cuse for hoarding any sum for
fear that it will be lost in banks.
The modern bank is the
safest place In the world to
keep money and valuables of
any kind and incidents like this
should bring money out of un
safe hidng places. Put your
money in your home banks.
TO PROTECT FORESTS.
and music. Ice cream and cake waa
erved at a late hour. The gueata
present Included, the Mia hps Nina
Doeaen. Helen Coffman. Lola Male.
Amelia Bruene. Ruth Scott, Mr. and
Mm. Hamlin. Oswald Olson. Milton
Coffman. Pete Chase. Ivan Male,
Winifred May. Randall Soott. Gordon
Ryrne and Norman Ilyrne.
Yea. air. right here at home you can
nee the "Miracle Man" at the Mell !
mater. Saturday and Sunday, Dec.
20 and 21.
Dr. S. Ralph Dlppel. dentlat, Spring
j A town la judged largely by lit
j banks. The First National Iluuk of
Springfield la one of this towu'a
greateat aaaeta. Are you helping to
make It atronger by yourputronage?
One of the pleaaant events at Thura
ton laat week waa the baaket hoc In 1
given Saturday night In the hall More
than a hundred people of the com
munity gathered for a jolly good time
and to partake of the baaket supper.
Tha proceeda of $!8 will be lined to
paint the Thuraton church.
A series of practical sugges
tions for a national forest policy
that probably will be brought to
the early attention of the prop
er legislative authorities both
state and national has Just
been prepared by the American
Pulp and Paper association,
comprising the Jeadlng manu
facturers along those lines in
Among principal recommendr
ations are: A forest survey and
land classification to determine
what are present supples of
timber and areas which may be
properly designated for water
shed protection and as afford
ing opportunity for future tim
A gjeat enlargement of the
public policy of purchasing cut
over lands for extending refor
estation on increased scale;
A much more vigorous and
general extension of federal
cooperation with the state In
Laws compelling timber own
ers to handle property and log
ging operations in such a way
as to not become a pubic fire
menace; . - ' ' '
Encouragement' by state to
owner who wishes to grow tim
ber on his land; or provision for
public to acqure such land at a
The power line between Springfield
and Eugene, carrying 11.000 volts, for
the ntwi ar line, was down part of
Tuesday on account of the heavy snow
George Vallier of Marshfield la here
visiting with hf f;milly and will re
turn after the first of th year.
Vou can save money on hose at
the Variety Store,
Earl Smith, formerly V. M. C. A.
secretary in the army, Kpoke at the
Chriatlan church last Sunday even
ing Mr. Smith la an old friend of
Teddy Leavitt. Mr. Smith preached
his , first sermon at the Ilayden
bridge achool house about ten yeara
Come In and hear the new Player-!
phone and then compare it with any
other phonograph. Coraaw & Gibson.
C. H. Slack and son O. R. Slack, of
Marcola were in town last Saturday
tranaacting business. They are in the
moving picture business at Marcola
and Mabel. O. R. Slack has recently
returned from-Portland where he haa
been engaged In the moving picture
business, being vice preaidnt of the
See page 6 for "Goat Feathera."
Wa have whipping cream, table
cream, aweet milk and aweet skimmed
milk for aale. Springfield Creamery.
laat Friday night Fay lone Latham
(Mra. Le la lid Porter) reader a Ad Im
personator, aided by Mra. Victoria
Byeilee. head of vocal music depart
ment of the Eugene Bible university,
Miss Ethel Danna, instrumental so
loist. Guy Moshler, aolosit, and Kd-
wena Parsons and Verulta Morrison
who rendered an Instrumental duet,
entertained a larg audience at the
C'hrlntlan church. Mra. Porter ahowed
rare ability In ber reudlng of "The
Making of a Red Cross Flag." and
her child Impersonations were re
markable. Springfield need more of
these wboleaome and high claaa en
tertainment. The Christian Endeav
or deserves praise for their arranging
audi an entertainment.
Let ua tell you about the Reeman
hand tractor. Springfield Feed com
Mm. Glen Darling, of Sunnyslde,
Washington, and her mutjier, Mra.
Alice Conwcll were visitors at the
home of Mra. G. R. Nettleton. Thura
day and Friday of last week. They
were also guests of Mr. and Mra.
J It. Nettleton.
See pago C for "Goat Feathers."
Mlsa Myrtle l.lndley spent the week
end with her parents at their home In
Springfield. She la teaching the Oak
Hill achool at Full creek.
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NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice la hereby given that the un
dervlgned executor of the laat will
and teatament of William B. Wooten.
deceased, haa rendered and filed in
-the County Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Lane, bla
final account and that Saturday, De
cember the 20th, 1919, at the hour of
10 o'clock a. m., of said day, at the
County Court room of aald Court has
been fixed and appointed by said
Court as the day, time and place for
hearing objections to said final ac
count and the settlement thereof. All
objections must be In writing and
filed with the clerk of said Court on
or before said day and time.
Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of William B. Wooten,
Frsnk A. DePue, Attorney for the
Dated this 14th' day of Not., 1919.
Date last publication Dec. 12, 1919.
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