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TIIL'ltStUY. KKNlltfAIlV 12. 1020,
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
Published Kveiy Thursday at Spi Iuufi-ld. I.an County. Oregon by
TYLER A FREELANO
SsnuiPl t'. Tyler H. B. Freeld
Vlntefrt at the KoMofrim t Springfield, Oregon.
February 24, 1903.
at Second clatt Matter,
SI' HsrilU'TlON KATES.:
One Year $2.00 Three Months tOe
Six Months' $l-0J Sin pie Copy te
One Year. When 1'ahl In A .lv $1.75
LABEL OREGON PRODUCTS.
A recent issue of the Tort land
Journal contained an interesting
list of products grown in Oregon
and which are marketed by
large concerns of other states,
labeled as having been produced
in California or Washington.
Oregon needs more home
manufacturing plants, canneries
and dehydrating plants in order
that canned fruits, jams, jellies,
etc.. may be labeled as coming
from Oregon. More national ad
vertising should be done in order
to create a demand for Oregon
fruits. Oregon and the growers
of this state should ami must
have the credit for their pro
ducts. The time is coming when
all of Oregon's fruit- cereals,
fish, nuts and other produce sold
in others parts of the world will
be properly labeled as coming
from Oregon because the con
sumers of our produce are grad
ually learning of Its excellent
Following is the list:
Oregon berries made into
jams and sold as "a Washing
Oregon apples sold as We
natchee and Yakima apples.
Oregon prunes sold as "a
Oregon cherries sold as "Cali
fornia Glace Fruit."
Oregon salmon sold as "I'u
get Sound Salmon."
Oregon pears sold as "canned
"coming front near Seattle."
Oregon cherries sold as "Cali
fornia 1 loyal Anne ('berries."
Oregon prunes sold as "Cali
fornia (llace Prunes."
The best boost California and'
Wushington eer had was when!
Oregon started in produce th
finest fruits grown on the Pa-j
cific coast. j
- - o j
Lenine has i'iv.iieiitly ob
served that repn - 'ntat i e gov-'
eminent is a fail m-. I ! de clares
that the democratic form
of government is deium-hed and
destroyed by the political iua-i
chine; that political oi t uj't int.
vetoes the will of the people.
If Lenine is riuht mi this con-'
i elusion, then the boKhevtk l:o-
eminent in Itussia i nets ju t
from three to fie times as
much chance for political or
ruption as our own form of gov
ernment, says a il Known
writer a nil authoittv on the bol
If it is dang.
j their business to .
as ; thev directly ele.
ULL LhiCULi L'JUKltiUUit HISTORIC RELIC
Oregon peaches s o 1 d
rut : t u .. tiuecuy
..u - ."Mna.vauu,. Ulirectlv respond,!.-
Oregon berries made lntojJlow .,, ,.
Washington pure fruit syrups." Inust it w Il( ,,.,, ,,
Hood River apples sold as lie business to 1 7 t. . .
. i by a central eecii;
tee. t he member.- . e ,
j been appointed ! a
' sian c(ngres, v hi.
j sian congress is i
viets for whom t ! .
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71 MhnAm r.
k t e.-s- ir& iM.riteVS. .tl ti ll
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Mil; 'J. e?'( )! ; s
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at point. -il
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i. h !'.a e
I lV Ml-
I not vote?
T)i original old rourthousp mh.nrn the Croat einanrlpaf or. Abra
ham .ita.oin. pracired law in Lcgar.-co, LInooln. 111.. Mll i;ind. an
object of reverence for the regldenu who are doing all they can to
' -rvr t:.o -ii.-t ,i r-. ;ir, historic rlie.
Applying thi p! , :
' government , cor.
elec ted by tiie i;o !
'and the aldennt i . :
then this ( oii::n-.- -!
would pick an . .-. i;
i lllittee tlf "(HI, I i,i
! tee would elect 17 cm
' ers to w hoin w o:i!-i h.'
i supreme pow er . ,
! hot ll Iegis!;it i e ;.
! pow er, t he l iht
! and the authoi it t
Our pres. -iii 1. Tin of 'jo.-rn-i
litem ittay not be pi-rfeci , but
j th people at h-ast have the
j privilege of (ti!-,- for and re
I calling, their r.-tt u: a! i v --s. It
- is possible- Pi :M ;i I . .1 y.. to fi V
; 'he bla ii ! or , -, r ; ; 4 i . , r -r t ai n
: SUGAR BEETS AND LIVESTOCK.
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Did YOU Know
That wo have on display the most beautiful designs and
finishes of high-grade furniture obtainable, which we have
arranged on our sales floor to assist you in choosing the
outfit that will best harmonize with your surroundings.
Iiy visiting our store you will be surprised at the real
economy you can practice in buying here.
A partial list of what we have to offer:
Dressers, rockers, mattresses, new and second hand
stoves, springs, oil stoves, trunks and suitcases, Vacuette
Suction sweepers, pianos and player pianos, and Whiddi
BERRY PIANO &
The follow inr I'aci sin i inl
j to the proportionate aii;. s of
: beets, hay and wheat hay b.-.-n
; gathered by the Manur'a- Ii;.-t:
Hay: When ft d to 1; oiork
in an ordinary rati p of 1
pounds per day per -te, r. to
gether witli otli'-r too-is. hay
from one acre of enml LimI
feed 10 head lor :, days
Wheat : I'.ran. a l.-v- lo.bti -t of
wheat, when 'e, to cattle o
hogs in a ration of !. -n jiotiinls
er animal per day, wilt -.-t : i ii '
I 10 animals for i day. Shorts,
jTed in ration of one pound per
iday per animal, will feed lo
j pigs 20 days. In other words,
jthe by-products from one acre
of wheat will ration ten animals
: for 20 days. ,
Meets; I'eet 'ops 1,. r.-(l
from an acre of stttrar beef,
have a value w hen siloed, of ! "
jper ton and will feed in head of
(cattle ',0 days. I!ee pulp. u ,jr h
lis prociirabh' from sn-ar fae
jtories at a nominal ui-i, wi!l
feed 10 head of cattle s days.;
jPoth by-product together will
; therefore feed lei, animals r,x
Thus the by-products from an
jaere of sugar beets in addition
I to the big cash jftiirn from the
beets, will produce as much, or
more, meat and dairy products
as one acre of alfalfa hay. and
much more than by-products j
from an acre of wheat.
More than that, the by-pro-!
ducts of the sugar-beet." ( ro )
when properly handled and fed;
have a value equal to the entire I
cost of what, is commonly
'termed "hand labor" in produc
j ing the crop of beets. i
.Many iarmers in vaiious sec
tions of Oregon are already,
growing beets and more con.sid-
iering the advisability of turning,
to this crop. i
Call at the Springfield Flour Mill and get a nice calendar
Wi: AUK NOW MA K INC
t;i!.I)KS OF FI.Ol'U
.Made from Kaslcrn and Western Hard Wheat. As good
iis the best and belter than the lest.
A blended flour al a medium price. Fery sack
guaranteed to please.
That melts in voiir mouth. A straight Valley Flour
AT A PRICE
SPRINGFIELD MILL AND
"If members of congress
would come down out of the po
litical clouds and devote their
time, thoughts and energies to
real solution of economic prob
lems ihey would get much
luiiher politically Most of them
become parboiled in sentiment
prevailing at Washington and
oiieqimn! y immune to real
demands of the whole country."
An. k cries American.
The work of securing for
Springfield a cannery would be
a fitiinu task for the newly or
ianied Chamber of Commerce.
And they CAN I ) IT.
Indus! rial expansion w i I h
more industries and payrolls to
L'ive men, women and young
people who want work steady
employment destroys the irerms
of discontent that attack the life
of the ua'ion. The more indus
tries, the more homes. Ihe more
homes, the mure contented will
lie I he people of I his mil ion.
Stand by your town and all
its interests if ou want to see
it crow into a real live city,
And if you don't "stand by"
vou will surely be crowded out
by the great growth that i-;
bound to come to Springfield,
By Hestpr Conklin and Pauline Part
ridge, Del Monte Cookery Service.
CREAM SOUPS FROM LEFTOVER
So mutter hew Nlllitll t lie left over,
;i liuir ( up of corn or baked ln uns,
' ill' )' pen or it few .stalks of ;i.;iic
ru- is suffif icnt excuse for .i epa riiii;
il delicious sollji. Left overs like re!
ty tops or (lie courser purls of I b e
veyni Me f nil y also lie Utilized. Tile
iliiii purl of llie (aimed tomatoes or
tlir. liquid drained from the cmiiiu d
vegetables may also form tlm basis
for a wi ll f!iioM- l aiid iiouri- bin;:
Tin' i-K'-tild- In hi 1. 1 In- ((inki-d in i
lit 1 1.- u.it.-r till noft Willi a nil f
onion, a bit of b.iv b af or a clove to
Ki' it a plijtiaiit.- torn b All of tb' i
hi'illd Mull be nibbed 1 1 1 ; i " l K 1 1
i-o.irti. Htriiini-r iind a bl.il to tin- whit"
ami- win. ti m.i piep.in-d while
the .K' t.lbi- IS lli'ikllii: A f'oiiil plo
I i.i 1. r n to allow 1 1 tip ef Wlll'l'
,'iin - tor i-;o b half i up of ti,oin--l
I'.-la tile III 1 1,1' W.'tilliK the ham
ll-e 1 tablev....,ii of llniil an I 1 .. tabl"
i -o 1 1 of tat f"i i-.ii b i up of milk, be
I li l- i at. fill to ci-.i (Hi It ui-ll n -t ilinil
this lall'elv depends the .-llU'ieiS of
o-all v""il soup
When iui want u really (b in ton .
hot bn-ad and you've but a nhort linn1
in wbli li to piepare It. try one of
l thU M-a .on of the ear Ji-Uied
-.l lads :ir- ev.-ilciii -i-i veil with
lu.o 1 1 1 . n :i i - or i o.ik.-d val.nl dresMiiK.
I'oi a M fi-lahb- -iilad the foundation
ina be made l.y di-si.lvili J table--ponlis
of soft.-n. d (.-.-!. 1 1 til III "J clips
nf t II seasoned boilitli: totlllllo
puree or siiaim-d tomato. To this
liepeilieii ,-iild i.naied pi.e-. beans,
i hopped r.-ibbaCe. beets or celery, or
a l I 'tl I bill 11 1 I ' !l of Helernl to lh'
0 111' ill I! t iif 1 l.. , npK Chopped ipi
dives and (lide pi pper 1. ml ;i ,n (,f
delightful flioor Sometimes an un
sweetened lemon Jelly makes a 1500,1
( luinl.iiioij S . 11- this Kiiliid, beinon
Jelly lllsll is all eceelll basis for
tin- li-h sahol for which canned tuna,
lobster, shliliip, ciah or saluiou iind
(i leiy 01 chopped pii kl- may bu
A SWl elelied Icinoll. orange or pine-
appht Jelly is se.ndid lor I'.n 1 1 1
salads ('onihiitiionp of different
fruits, urn b as canned pe,o lies, pears,
pineapple and cheiiies tire delicloiii.
I'sed with these nuts, c.-lery and
raisins make a pleasing addition No
mailer wind the Inm ed uiiH, red pi
luielilos add ll pliUanl loilch and an
uttraitive 11 ppeai ani c These lire
siineslions which are easily follov
ed and may in turn In i to: out other
ideas and couihiniitlons which arn
ellall v pleasine. for the possibllll je
of the Jellied naiad nut almost unlimited.
don't have to have shares to
trade with the