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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 12, 1920)
TnuusruY. ricimuAnv 12, 1020
What's In a Name
Tin- 'lianiiiiK Coal Ih hIiimihI iih extlmt iih iho. Dodo but
tin' iiMti.f utill dings. Mont of llio so-MilW'd ClianmiH Skins
arc really an rully Hi-lt-rli-d and dn'HHod Lamb, Sheop or
!mt Skins. This, however, dofH not n-ndT Wicui I'-hh
Wo have an excollont lino of
In a variety of sizes, grades, etc.
If yon neivl mil' I'm- lolld use. for fancy work, for boiiHchold
um or lor yo 'i- inloinobllc you'll find it In-iv and at n
I n ic l lial will ;. ;im
I urnod my face toward t li canU-rn
At tli very mid of the fsirlh"rmo:tt
fdrTc appeared u bouutlful allvrr
thread that slowly crept heavenward.
Thcn gave a fin ah and diaappeared.
Overhead the heaven were dotted
'with a myriad of tar hunic In th?
mldnlirht blue of the ky and twinkl
ing sleepily. The zenith ahone In all
ltn heavenly Klory. This point looked
like a nhower of aparkllng J'swel
dropped by a careleHa hand from
notne dletle canketa of the wonderful
midnight blue; a blue indescribable
I and of a fan Inatlng power no one
I ran decipher.
I My Unties eyes wandered once
! again to the eastern part of the firma
j ment where the crystal of the morn
I Ing star held her sway majestically
I in her portion of the heavens.
Onie more a light appeared fol
lowed by a rlmson tint which shot
far Into the heavens Jnut ahead of a
livid pearl gray and a somber purple.
The spectacle I had come to see was
I approaching rapidly. The Rtars slow-
ly blinked out one by ons and th
j darWer blue of the heaverm faded into
a more opaque hue. The yellow light
I of the sun then sent a yellow shaft
fur Into the sky. Thli was the herald
i of u new day. Aurora threw open
the heavy portala of morning, and
join dashei) Apollo In his dazzling sun
; Iih riot, mounting higher and higher
into the, clear blue of the morning
Boots, shoes, rubber footwear, mitts,
gloves, sox, garters, caps and
ALSO FIRST CLASS REPAIRING
sky. This was dawn, the beginning
of a new day for man.
Noah Krnest I)eets, second son of
Mr. and Mrs. William F. DeetH, was
born on March 8, 1904. at Hosehurg.
Oregon. In the fall or 1919 the fam
ily moved to SpringfleWI, and Noah
entered the high school as a Junior,
taking tin- commercial course. He
was a bright, intelligent, industrious
young man. well liked by all who
knew him and a general favorite with
both teachers and students.
lie was strong, healthy and vigor
ous but died after an Illness of only
about 24 hours from diabetes sup
' pi.scd to have been induced by pto
j inalre poisoning, death occurring at
17:30 p. m. Sunday evening, Feb. 1.
I 1920. Practically the whole high
school attended the funeral and sev-
eial very beautiful floral pieces were
presented by friends of the family.
He was taken to Roseburg. accom
I i;mied by h's father and older broth
er Joe. and laid to rest in the Odd
: Fellows cemetery. He leaves to
i mourn his los, besides the father and
.mother and his older brother4 a
younger brother William O. Deeta
and a host of friends.
you may be in need of some type
writer supplies The News Ills a good
line of paper, ribbons and carbon.
ItoHKIlTA WILSON. IM.lor.
Entered at the Springfield Pottoffice as classy matter.
Sub' ( I Ipt ion Hate ,; Those taking Springfield News gets the paper free.
STUDENTS ENTER CONTEST m liool this morning after being ill.
Mil's lii-rflmger made a trip to l-u- ! it t her home, with the smallpox for
l'i Tin nd.iy rwiilni: to iiiic more ' sevet al weeks.
Information i .i i 'lini; tin- army" ess:iv ' Koherta Wilnon has returned to
t onleM wliu h ha n-en otlered to I M hool after several weeks absence
l lo' siiiiliiitH of the various hlKlijmi acioiitit of the illness and death of
m liools. Tin- h t ii 1 1 ii l writing the hest ; her father.
runny will I
ruber or Ik
i given a free (rip I i
II (V. a eoliiianied hy
III parents There nr.'
I esM-r prii-H olfetel
which are real riuiilng Several of
the Students of S II S. lire i:utlcl
latitiK in this i -oniest and we wish
them all success.
Owing to tin' lad that so many of
the girls have liei'ii Vaccinated nil. I
llie serious ellei t It seems to have
the gills ia-ketlial his liecll discon
tinued for a tune
Friday night. February fith. the
Spl lligf n ld high school played anoth
er loosing game with Klmira. Thic
nir load.-, were all that went from
Springfield so that the players had
few lusty voices to spur them on. It
Is evident from tin
our high school wll
Lewis Cibhs has left S. II. S. and
Is now employed at the sawmill. We
are nil very sory to loose our senior
be a touchy ! j
, "Look out for ' j
away from a I i
Is getting to
nchool. Kvcryhody says,
It's hard to break
habit. The pupils that got a little
peeved over the vacc ination rul aro
gradually slipping back to school and
llerbediah McToothpltk says, "there
nint nothiu' to that gittin' "tickled"
on yer left arm, It's Jes like drinking
..ke MeO'Seed says, "They alnt
nothin to this here hair tonic stuff
all yon kin raise with It Is a few
games past Hint pimples er may be a boil cn the back
win no glory In. of yer neck and most likely yer ox-
athletics until the Sl.ltllie of our
students .expands considerably, be
causo our greatest handicap so tar
has been lack of weight, not skill
I ense net (.nut.'
I Mlvs Williamson in D. S. class:
"Loin what materials urn renntrAa In
I making mayonnaise salad dressing."
Things look gloomy on the sport; "Kggs and Mice."
side of school and show no signs oi' ;
relenting; that is,- until baseball j Fmma to Miss Mai hen In Geometry
reigns again. This gloom is caused ' : "''" '" druw a straight curved
by the desertion from our ranks oi l line?"
students who do noi want to be vaj Hosmer (tapping his pencil on
ciliated to slop the prevalent disea.-e i "ie desk!: "I'leuse center your mind
of smallpox. It is arranged In havr- ' "lis point." Hright student: "Thut
n game with Klmira on our home j wouldn't be hard for some people."
floor Friday, Feb. nth, but it Ii A certain young lady went to Mr
(loiibtrul whether this can be held orjKo'h with a note from her father
siiiiniK iii. ii sue nan, in nis opinion,
iiiriii Instead of in his opinion."
We have wilh us thi.-, year Ih
lowing honored freshmen : Lady Lulu
of Lovers Lane. Madam Mabel of Mil
lionaire Meadow. Countess Crystal of
Cosey Corner, l.adv Long of Lazy
Lodge, Madamoi.-i lle Mulligan ... of
Morniiigglory Mansion, Lady Lyncl'
of Laughing Lee. Karl Al r of Kasy
Instate, (ieneial (iurney of (iravbiick
(iillcli, Ha ion lli'.ittaiu of liiainless
llarracks, Lord Lewis of Lousy Land,
and Count Cowurl of Crazy Castle.
j been vaccinated. Mr. Hoth said, "Y
f,, s,'ould have been vaccinated In yc
'Twas a winter's day in summer,
The snow was raining fast,
A barefoot boy with nhoes on
Stood silting on the grass.
Lost, strayed or stolen Molly
Doane has lost her pet dog. Finder
please return same to owner and re
interesting description from
Domestic Hclence classes are going Iho Knglish class.)
to make candy this week for Valen i It was a bright crisp frosty morn
tines day. lug us I left my warm home and
Many of the students who left I u rued my footsteps toward a little
Hchool last Monday declaring their town nestled snugly away among thii
intention of not being vaccinated, holds In the upper part of the Wil
have, rclurped with very aoro arms
Kvery out) is seen going around hold
ing their arm us if It were a wonder
I Wlnlfrod lliirpool returned to
lametle valley. It was not daylight
and I hurried briskly onward, reach
ing the gentlo slope of the old I'l
llan Lookout. I seuted myself on n
majestic old moua growu boulder and
Actual Proof of Value in
The Victory Model
MOON LIGHT SIX
THE STANDARDIZED CAR
Specifications The Six-48 Models
Motor -"Red Seal" Moon Continent
al, six cylinders, 3,ix4V2 inches,
cast en bloc; new type cylinder
heads, removable; enclosed valves.
Cooling Honeycomb type radiator,
extremely high, presenting large
frontal area- nickel-silver shell;
water pump circulation
Clutch Improved dry plate disc.
Starter and Ignition Two-unit im
proved system with automatic en
gaging gear. Ixick on ignition sys
tem. Transmission Unit construction
with motor and clutch, selective
sliding gear type, three speeds for
ward and reverse.
Steering Gear Worm and gear type;
18-inch steering wheel with corru
Springs Front, vanadium steel,
semi-elliptic, 351 inches; rear, vana
dium steel, semi-elliptic, 54 Inches.
Control Left-hand drive, center
Top One-man extension top. Bevel
plate glass in rear. Curtains open
Windshield Two-piece, both halves
Tires 32x4-inch demountable rims,
extra rim on rear. Wire and disc
wheel equipment consists of extra
wheel on rear.
Brakes Internal and external
Upholstering On touring cars,
genuine Spanish leather, plaited
Body Beautifully designed with
high radiator, full bevel lined type.
Deep one-piece stamped crown
Weight 2.870 pounds.
Standard Equipment Foot rail; robe
rail; tool kit, carried in front door
of touring models; jack; trouble
light; light cord; ammeter; oil
gauge; lighting and ignition
switches with patented lock;
motro-driven horn; storm curtains
that open with doors of touring
The MOON at $2145, Eugene, has
Genuine Heavy Tan Spanish Leather, 5 Firestone Demountable Rims- Nickel Steel
Transmission Gears, Timken Axles, Delco Ignition System, Solid Walnut Instrument
Boards Front and Rear, One Man 5 Bow Top, Complete Assortment of Tools, Tire Re
pair Outfit, Etc.
HANSON $ KEYT
73 WEST NINTH