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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1920)
Tttt'ttSbAY. KKimUAUY f, 1020.
Located on Main near 3rd, is still selling meat at the old
prices even though we see where meat has taken a sud
den drop, while there is no assurance how long this will
Don't forget to watch our window display Friday. And
all come and see the whale meat, or ocean beef, and try
some of it. ON SALE FRIDAY.
On Main Street, near Third
A. M. VINYARD, Prop.
(By Special Correspondent)
Monday evening a student body
meeting was held for the purpose of
electing new officers for the coming
semester. The following were elected:
iYe.-idelit. Jack Harbert; vne presi
dent. Frederic (I ray: treasurer. Ktta
Davis; secretary. Laura Ruth; ser
ueant of anus. Belmont Hussel; li
brarian. Willa Kiiniitoii.
The annual high school banquet
given Saturday night was the best
tor a number of years. About 60 were
present. The fan-well address to th-j
senjois was given by Miss Todd. The
alumni also gave us a sketch of col
lege M'.' as they had experienced jf.
The ilass of 1M( was represented by
Klizab-tJi M'-M.ihan. lM'i by Ca'l
I'l.ete; l;u e. IdlT by W'ii-c P.erfsch.
''is by .L!iiei I'r i. e. The enior
1; os ri-pripeiiTed by ltwayn"
Hiiell. the junior by U'illa Kdmiston.
freshman by Maudy Edmlston. After
the supper the program was an fol-;
lows: Music. Helen Teuchout; .Mam-1
auy'a Lullaby." Junior girls; music.1
Mable Bertscu; stunt song by T. II.
S. boys; "God of the Nation." by the
school. The rest of the evening ai
.spent in games.
Dr. Richtner addressed the girls of
the school Monday forenoon on the
"Double Standard of Morals." Dr.
Richtner was sent by the government
during the war to speak to the girls
of the schools and now is being sent
out for the same purpose by the Ore
gon Social Hygiene society. Dr. Grant
accompanied Dr. Richtner and ad
dressed th boys.
Friday afternoon the directois of
the school held a meeting in tin
Mil.-1 Vc-ma Phettephtce. a graduate
of 1 fH V has ac c epte d a position as '
ti-ai lier at Swis Home.
Charles Davis was absent from
A S nearly perfect as any
range can be made. It
conserves time, food, fuel
and money. Remarkably
easy to keep clean with its
white porcelain tray and
splasher back. Enables you
to do your cooking with a
minimum of time and ef
fort, giving you leisure for
out-doors. A truly wonder
ful range for the money and
Mountain States PowerCo.
Springfield poultry man report
$3 47 net profit for cg per hen lit
Jefferson Review sold to 41
Mtirrs. proprietor I ! i a i s Star
Stale gas tax netted $.'7 717 for Do
Main highway from Astoria to Nc
halotn to hae fixe miles paved til
Klamath Kails i plant to be en j
tat god at cost of $1. two
Lebanon Light and Water Co. te j
building its plant.
A house built entirely of Douglas I
fir, Sltku spruce. Western hemlock ,
and reel cedar groxxn in Oregon and I
Washington Is going to bo the center
of attraction at the forth-coining e i
bibit of the Own Your Dome cxposi
Hon In New York city.
Silverton Coolldge Al McClalu
bank to build nexx home.
Pacific Power and Light cotnpuny
adds 4000 patrons sime June, 1919.
Roseburg to have factory for mak
Ing electrical tuberculosis apparatus
Salem organizing $.o 000 home
Portland to have three new tele
phone exchange buildings costing
Kugene to have wholesale grocery
Marshfield planning concrete sexxer
system to cost $27".niu.
Astoria district expei ts to proiluce
3X00 barrels cratib. rries In 1920
Rend 1919 payroll Shevlln lllxoti
company increased :'7 per cent oxer
1 91 S
Albanv Iron xxntk- to erect sheet 1
Rend Fac tory s t : 1 1 - making con
crete sewer pipe.
Medford- Large s,itni1! cle.il to re
vive Pacific and La-tern railroad
Portland cocoa nut pio.luc Is plant
may move to Oakland
Kcho -- Ncxv l..c bank building
to be erected her"
Portland- P.o n.trnifa' Hirer and
lumbermen who supplv that branch
of the tiade, from ' ) i f 1 1 1 1.1 (lrego-1.
Washington. Idaho. Montana and
Itriiish Columbia confer on box mak
ing industry Warning s-nt to fruit
I ackers and i-anners to i;el orders ii;
at once Hmx 'I'n k c I . . Li ! scarc e.
Ki ho lltnl l iil' of bridges along
blghnax near bee 1 1 1 1 I -1 wav.
Da Pas to ha x e a ( a n r cry
Ti!!;Miioo Ni xx n.iil i.p n
Itosi-lmii' to e. ctril'y i c i!.int.
"141 Tell the World"
p says the Good Judge
The man who doesn't
chew thi9 class of to
bacco is not getting
real satisfaction out of
A small chew. It holds
its rich taste. You don't
have to take so many
fresh chews. Any man
who uses the Real To
bacco Chew will tell
Put Up In Two Styles
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
You Get ALL FOUR of The.
del t 100
fcfalU WOMAN f
TLii Exceptional Offer ii good
for abort time only. ORDER
TODAY aod Make Tbi. Bit Saving.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice ii hereby given that the un
dersigned hn been duly appointed by
the county court of the state) of Ore j
gon for the county of I.ane, executrix j
of the lant will and testament of Harry
Kiefer. deceased. All persona having i- H J.and Off be at Roschutg
x Wilms agalns said estate are hereby j j a niiu rv 14 19''o
dodder, lie says that testing pa bit;
und recommends 11 for all alfalfa
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
easing cat si,
ireiiera 1 s (, h (,. u
htirir Nexx sanitarium
Fall- to have ncxv btlsl
Work has begun on
razor works to
ness bloc k.
Oohl Ileal h
Portland - Morgan
Astoria - ''ivic center to be estab
lished costing approximately ."i0,(i00.
Ilend high school to be completed.
Oregon City furniture concern to
put up new structure.
Clatskanie to have national bank.
Kugene'i Mutual creamery associa
tion to locate here and build $75,000
milk condensing and cheese plant.
Pendleton Creamery to install
Hood River to have new school.
Freexvater will have new hotel.
notified to present the same to me at
the office of Prank A. DePue. attorney
for th cHtaie. at Springfield. Oregon,
wihln six months from the date of thin
notice. All claims must be properly
erifieil ax bv law required.
Dated thia 7th day of January. 19-0.
Kxecutrit of the last Will and Testa
ment and Kstate of Harry Kiefer.
Frank A. Del'ue, Attorney for the
Date last publication Feb a, l't'.'O
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Cornor Sixth mnd Maia
Department of Interior,
Land Office ut ItoHehurg, Ore.
January ?,, 1920.
Notice Is hereby given that Harry
K. Rush of Wlnberry, Oregon, wh ).
Ion June 7, 1915, mad Hncond Home
jHtead Kntry, Serial No. 010010, for
the southeast fiuarter of north west
j quarter, southwest quarter of north
east quarter and west half of north
i west quarter of Section 24, Town
ship 19 South, Range 1 Fast, Willam
j ette Meridian, has filed notice of In
tention to make final three-year
proof, to establish claim to the land
: above described, before K. O. Immel,
V. S. Commissioner, at his orrice, at
Eugene. Oregon, on the 14th day of
Claimant names as witnesses:
Charles McRee, of Wlnberry, Ore.
Hugh Mooney, of Wlnberry, Ore.
Clark Rundle, of Wlnberry, Ore.
Jack Phillips, of Springfield, Ore.
W. II. CANNO.V.
Date first publication Jan. 8, 1920.
Data last publication Fb. 5, 1920.
WEEDLES8 ALFALFA GROWN
Weed-free alfalfa seed has bet n
grown by a Nyssa, Oregon, farmer.
For neveral years he had his seed
tested at the federal and agricultural
college seed testing laboratory and
found it very satisfactory. Following
the suggestions of the farm crops de
partment he got seed from various
sources until he found one lot quite
pure. This he seeded In well cleaned
fields, a sample of the crop analyzing
100 per cent pure In a college test
last week. A second sample analyzed
ItS per cent weed-free. The entire
1919 crop was practically weed fres
entirely free of the parasitic
j Notice Is hereby given that, a.-i ill
, rectcHil by the Commissioner of the
'General Land of n e. under provision
, of Section 24'r., It S. pursuant to tTie
1 application of Herman Seymour Smltii,
' Si rliil Number 0117VI. xxe will offer at
' public sale, to the highest bidder, but
I at led less than $il 00 per aiie, at 10
1 o'l'loi k A. M . on (lie '',lli ilay of Feb
ruary. next, at this otti. e. the follow
ing Had of lane): the Southwest iiiar
ter South went quarter n tnm I wo
Township seventeen South, Range two
Fast of Wllllmelle Meridian.
This tract is ordered Into the mar
ket on a showing that the greater por
ioii thereof is mountainous or Inn
rough for cultivation
The sale will not be kept open, but
will be declared closed xxhen Ihonn
present at the hour named have
ceased bidding. The person maklni;
the highest hid will be required to Im
mediately pay to the Receiver the
Any persons claiming adversely the
above described land are advised to
fib; their claims, or objections, on or
before the lime designated for sale.
W. II CANNON. Register.
Date of first pub., Jan. 22.
Date of last pub., l i b. L'U.
L. C. HELMER Shoe Shop
Complete line of cotton and woolen gloves; leather mittens
WE HAVE A COMPLETE NEW STOCK OF