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THE SWlIKnPlM.n NEWS
'hums day, rrcnutunv 12, 1020.
Dav and night service.
DR. EUCENE KESTER
Physician and Surgeon
Office I 'hone M'
Home I'hone t7-.
9 am to 12 in.: 1 : :!0 pin. to 5 pin.
DR. W. H. POLLARD
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
I'hones: Office 20 J; Hes 20 M
9 a m. to 12 in. 1:30 p in. to 5 p. m
DR. S. RALPH DIPPEL
DR. N. W. EMERY
Sutton Bldg. Phone 20 J
Residence Phone 129 W
L. H. RAMSEY
Perfect Fit Guaranteed First
Clasi Material Best Wcikmin-
Mam Street Springfield
between 3rd and 4th Oregon
FRED G. LEMLEY Prop'r.
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing, Dye
ing. Hats blocked. Suits made to
Main Street Springfield
between 3rd and 4th Oregon
JOHN E. EDWARDS
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
Main and Third Oregon
CHAS. L. SCOTT at
First National Bank
D. W. ROOF
KINK WATCH UHI'.URI.VC A
FRANK A. DE PUE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy itt a
favorite, with the mothers of hruall
i hildreu for colds, croup and whoop
ing cough lib pieuhitnt tiiste and the
prompt cures which it effects hd-)
won the good opinion of mothers
every where. As thin remedy contains
no opium or other narcotic it may be
given as confidently to a baby aa to
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by lo. ni u .p!ic fi i i'ns, tlit-y cannot much
the u, u t purooi. or tie- tar. Tbr im
only one way 10 curv il.-ndi.-M, and that la
b coi.ailluilonal renirai.-n Deafneaa la
caua-d l.y an Intlan.d conduion of iter m u -cuua
lining of ih Kuaiuchlan '1'uIjh. Wh.-n
ihla tubtt la Intlairipd u hav. a lumliloia
aunnd or luip.-i f.-i h-arlnv, and when It ia
eiitiivly cloaed, I'.-ar'n.-i ia the reault, uud
unjeaa tha Inllaniniaooii cun im takan ...ii
and thla tubH r--aiored to Ita normal coridl
Oon. kiearlnif will le dea'ioyed forevnr: nue.
caaSa uni of i-n re L-ana.-4 by 'aian)i.
wbi.-li ia nothing hni an intlarned c.jndiii'in
ut ib mucotia surfacea
W will (Ive bn Hundred Di.llara for anv
caaa of lJeafriaa eiojae.l by cu.airli. Oidt
cannot b ruia by Jiail a l aieiiu i.'mi.
feud for C'lrculaia. frea
r. J. fHtXEV CO., Toledo. Onlo.
old by Drusalaia. 7S-
aaaa tiaiia '"iiy i'lUS tvr oustlaUba
By Dorrl Sikea
Wandering Jew Tine very prettily
dH-orated the liorue of Mr. W. L.
Roust1 last Friday afternoon when
she was hote for th 1'HscUla club
A two course luncheon completed the
afternoon's onlvrtainnicut. The In
vited KiieM for the meeting were:
Mm. I. May. Mm A. Hower of
Oregon Oily. Mrs. Man ("rites. Mrs
Herbert Walker. Mrs W. F. Walker.
Mrs. C.eoijte Catchinp. Mrs. Henry
Adrian, and Mrs. Fratt Holverson.
Mrs. John Seavey will be hostess
for the next meeting of the club on
Mrs. J S. l.usby delightfully enter
tained the Needlecraft club member
last Thursday afternoon. Guests for
the afternoon were Mrs. Harry Whit
ney and Mrs. Johns. The club mem
bers present were Mrs. C K Fischer.
Mrs. K. I,. Drury. Mrs. S. Ralph Dip
pel. Mrs. A. P. McKinzey. Mrs. Kthvt
Rally. Mrs. R. P. Mortenson. Mrs. H.
E. Walker and Mrs. P. W. ("rites.
Suggestions of the approaching Val
in the decorations and the entertain
ment at the Epworth league social
last Saturday night, flusters of red
hearts and arrows hung from each
chandileer in the church parlor an 1
bowls of pussywillows were used to
complete the decorations. About 25'
members of the league were present.
Those who served oa the committer
for the affiar were Misses Amelia
Rreune and Dorris Sikes and Oswald
Olson and Herbert Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. WinfielJ M Danl.-I of
I.eona were dinner guests on Tuesday
night at the home of the latter'
brother. Dr. W. H Pollard, and fam
The Christian Ktideavor of the
Christian church will hold a party at
the home of Mr. and Mrs Henry
Schwarz at Sixth and D Mreets next
Friday uight. Ail young people in
1 town are invited. The committer
which is planning the affair is com
posed of Clailvs Lepl.-v, Fern Travis
i and Ray Weber.
ADDRESSES EPWORTH LEAGUE
Mis Ruth Flcgal. a .-tin). lit at the
iinveiMty. spoke Sunday night be
fore the P.pw'orth league of the
Me'hodit church, on the student vol
unteer conference hM recently In
D.-s Moines. .Miss Flegal was one of
1". young men and women who went
from tlin I'niveisity of Oregon.
Sunday school at 10 a. ni. We are
glad to have so many out for Sunday
school but we can do much better.
Morning worship at 11 a. nt. The
Mibject for discussion Is "Heaven."
The male quartet will sing "The Beau
tiful Land"; Kpecia! anthem by the
Kp worth league at (5:30. Some of
the I'niverMty volunteers will bad
Evening service, will be a union serv
ice in charge of the Student Volun
teer band of the (,'niversity of Ore
gon. Will be glad to have everybody
come. Prayer meeting at 7:30 on
Thursday. Come for a great meeting.
' it eV Niitht
i r' Morning
CUn - Clear Healthy
NO KNIFE AND LOSS OF BLOOD
No Piasters and Pains for Hours
TUMORS, PILES, FISTULA, GOITRE
DISEASES OF WOMEN 8KIN
STOMACH, BOWELS Four years
study In Europe. Over thirty years'
Portland Phyaical Therapy Labors- j
tories, 412 to 417 Journal Building
HOBERT BURNS Lodge., Nc
78, A. M. V., Apctaut am
Accepted Scottish Rita Uu:
veraal and Symbolic Krw
alaaona meets first and thin
Friday evening in W. O. W
balL Visiting brothers wet
Lea Clark Chaa. Klogswell
BecntUry. R, W. M
SPENCER OUT FOR REELECTION
AS COUNTY COMMISSIONER
K. R. Speticer. who has been one of
the Lane county commissioners for
the Inst four years, bus decided to
run again this year for .mother term
In that office
Judge H. I,. How n luis definitely
decided that he will not be a cundi
dale for reelection us l.uiio county
Judge. Hence llie people will elect
a new Judge and abut tote on t.vo
i ounty comtuissiouet s this year.
Effects of Constipation.
ConM iput ion ( .in--, s a stoppage if
the- sewerage Mcm of the body. The
poisonous refuse matter (hat vhould
be carried nwiiy is retained in th
system ami often poisons the blood
and causes tiuiueioiis disorders. N.
one can afford to negle t his bowels
A dose of Chamhei Iain's Tablets will
afford relief. Avoid drastic rutluiitus
us they take too mm h wnter out of
the system and their line Is likely t
be followed by i otistlpation. ,
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our Irietnls and
neighbors who assist.-,! n-t so kliullv
in our ie'iit bereavement, and for
the many be.iut ful fioweis.
- Mr and Mi- V." r Ieets
and family -
Your Job printing wl'l be promptly
done by The News.
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for tin- County of Lane'
In the Matt.-r of the INt.it.' of Wil
1 i.i III Jefferson If 'Win.iii lie. eased
To F.llz.t Anna Vi.N. John Colic,
Franklin D Ilowm.ui Edward Bow
man. Nellie Parr. Ci.o.- Webb. Itos'i
Moifhouse. Aithur M.ir.-I.ou . Curtis
Stiver. Fred.-iuk S'-wr ml nil other
persons unknown loir-, of said Wil
liam Jefferson lioWM.iM. K r.-.-t I !!K
In the name of the S ate of i)n-irn.
you are herch . .te.l at-,.1 i.iiuired to
appear in t h it. i . o i ' ol t iie - t,it
t.f tiregmi. for tie - : i . - of I. .me a;
the court loom M:et. i: Eitg.-iie. i:i
the county of Lai.--, on Tuesday, the
2.'.rd day of March. 1i. .t l'i ml.uk
in i lie forenoon of that day. then ami
there to show i ause, it anv you have,
why Ceorge Muiiioe administrator
bf said . t it.- slionid not ..- lieens'-d
to sell the following lots belonging;
to said e-tate. lots 11 and 1 2 In
blmk v Fan mount. ! .a 1 1 i.iuntc,
Oi. g..n m cording to th. aniendej
j.lo r th.-i.-of i i ay 'he d- l.ts and
charges administration of silI
estate. Tins tit;, turn -! ! upon
you by piilin at i..n bv order of Harrv
Hon II, judge of said lolllt dale. I I'll;
11. 1 '-. diiei ting that lids i I'ation
be serve.) hi publishing the -aim- for
four weei.:- in the Sprint! ndd New.-,
b. ginning Feb. 12. 1?2".
Witness, the Hon. Harry Ui,,
Judge of t!,e i ounty (otirt of ihe state
of Oregon, lor the county of l.ane and
the seal of said court hereto affixed,
this 11th day of February, l!tu
(Seal County Court i
-Attest: R S J'.ry.-on. Clerk.
Date first publication Feb. 12, 1920.
Date last publication Mar. i. 1920.
In the County Court of the Stute of
Oregon for the County of Lane:
In the Matter of Hip Kafale of Ihhc
To Carrie Ostrom, J. J (islrom,
flaniel Oatrnm, (I. K. Ostrom, havld
Ontrom, l.ydia (Jstroin. Anna Ostrom,
Ksthftr Owtrom, Jacob Ostrom, Hulh
OHtrom, ii ml Kllen I'eterHon, Tlllda
Keynolda, and other heirs unknown,
of aaid deceased, greeting:
In the name of the Btate of Oregon,
you are hereby cited and required to
appear fn the county court of tin
Mate of Oregon, for the county of
l.ane, at the court room thereof, n
Eugene, in the county .of I.hiih. on
Tuesday, the 2:trd day of March, 1020,
tit 10 o'clock in tho forenoon of that
day, then and there to show cause, If
any you have, why It. K. Urabham,
administrator of the above estatn
should not be licenaeil to Hell lot A,
block 2, I'niveisity Addition to Eu
gene, iu Lane county, Oregon, for
the emrpohe of paying debts and
charges of adminiKtitition of auld
estate. This citation ia nerved upon
the above named persons, other than
Ellen Peterson, by publication for
four weeks iu the .Springfield News,
beginning Feb. 12, 1920, by order of
Harry Hown, Judge of, haid couit,
dated Feb. 11, 1920.
Witimsa, thu Hon. Hairy Down,
Judge of the county court of thn state
of Oregon, for the ounty of Lane
unit the seal of said court hereto f
rixed. this 11th day of February. 192J.
(Seal County Couit. I
Attest: n. S. Bryson. Clerk
l)nl first publication Feb. 12. 1920.
Dat last publication Mar. i, 1920.
RAILWAY TIME CARDS
Southern Pacific Railway
Electrlo cars leave Eun for
Springfield every half hour from 6:30
a m. to 11 HO p. m.
Arrittt Main l.lne Arrive.
Souih bound - Kugen Northbound
12:22 a m 2. a. in.
60 m. iu 4:30 a. lu.
1 60 p. in 10:60 a in
J. 50 p. m 2:66 p. nt.
7: 10 p. iu 6:05 p. ui.
Oregon Electric Portland to Eugene
Arrive Eugene- Leave
11:35 p. m 7:25 a. tu.
6:40 p. ru 1:40 p. in.
8X60 p ui 6:25 p. tu.
Southern Pacific Wending Branch
Leave Springfield Arrive
4:16 p ni 8:40 a. ui.
7:15 a m (mixed train) 12:60 p. tu.
Southern Pacific Oakrldge Branch
l eave Springfield 1:46 p. ui. Mon
days. Wednesdays and Friday; arrive
Springfield 11:15 a. ui. Tuesdays
Thursdays and Saturdays.
ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF MAILS
AT SPRINGFIELD P09TOFFICE
Northbound Malls close at 10 a. ui.
and 4 p in; arrlvt at 11 a. m. aud
5:1a p. m.
Southbound- Malls close at 1:30
P m. and 6:30 p. ui.; arrive at 6:30
a tu. aud 2:30 p. m.
Weudllnc BraucU (Dally except Sun-.'
day) Mall closes at 4 p. n.; arrives
l'it k your ow n jury --make it twvlvc hungry small
boys. S't lorth llw bi-st pit's of your own making
and th.-n :t CnniMtAKKD IMK.
rnanlnious v-rdi.t will 'That COOD I'll' Is lb.
natt'st hit iu pifdoin."
ar all pun- fruits and pun pastry.
Smooth? I b'liciotiH? Tlw rinht wtird hasn't been
"A Good Bakery"
for 1920 Plant Only TlieBojI-
Coino to u ctiurcli (hut l
ullvo, winn you will ftr
ot nil your wi'fkly tru
blfs iiml your hoiiI will
f illotl with Koil things.
(!ood iiitisU- by rlmir atid'
inab' (ii;utot. I'rciu IiIiik of
(Jod'H Won!. )tirt and uu
ailllltrnilod. Conn" whrlt
pcoiib' will lovt you.
Pastor, John H. Ebert.
at 8:30 a. iu.
Albany Oakrldge Bratxh- Mall clos
es at 1:16 p. iu. Mondays. Weduea
days and Fridays; arilvus at 11:16
a. iu. Tuesdays, Thunlavs atol Sat
urdays. McKrnzle River (l'ully exiept Sun
day) Mail closes 7 JU a. m ; uril,-i
1:30 p. ui.
Mohawk Rural Route No. 1 and
McKeiule Rural Route No 2 (Dully
except Suuday)-Carriers leae post
office at 8 a. m ; arrive at 1 p m.
For the Liver and Bowels.
When your liver and bowela be
come torpid K,-t a bottle of Chamber
tu I ii m TabletH They will tone iii
rnir liver ami cauxe a gentle innve
uieiit of the bowels They ill mo im
prove the dlKctitioli
The increased cost of farm
itio makes necessary the
ciicful selection ol seeds- un
piov. d Varieties that piodueC
pml it able ei ops.
A Safe Guide
to Quality and
Our Seed Citao; and Planter's
(jUlJt-ls the sl.iild.ild relerencc
lor growers of the Noithwcsl.
honaur Loinplcic Ik.cm.I VrJ. I r. c
uri.l I'lunts. lcoihzrr I'o.iluy u...t
IWc Sui.lirt. Must an.l S.iarit.
DjiiV Soei.l:e. anj l;.ui inci.l
This handsome book
is more than a Catalog
Iff a true uidc to
tt'iulJ le on our Mjiling I
M AIM. Mi N