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TIIK SPRINGFIELD NEWfl
THURSDAY, MAY 20. 1920.
Local Representative for A. C.
tt0 All Wool Fabrics to Choose
Kron. Prices are Right
Room 1, Seavey Block.
YOU'LL BOTH APPRECIATE
the apt pa rum e ' and enjoy the
flavor of our brick Ice cream.
'You'll know at a glume that
such dainty looking rreairi must
be good. And the first spoon
ful will justify your opinion.
Comes in ll flavors as well as
Nea pollt nn.
MONTGOMERY A CATLIN
Painting. Paper Hanging
Bex 139, Springfield, Oregon
ROBERTA WILSON. Editor.
Entered at the Springfield Postofflce as classy mailer.
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DR. EUGENE KESTER
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone S2
Home Phone 91
9 a.m. to IS m.; 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.
DR. W. H. POLLARD
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
rhoues: Office 20 J: Res. 20 M
9 a. m. to 12 m. 1:30 p. in. to 6 p. m.
DR. S. RALPH DIPPEL
Sutton Bltfg. " Phono 20-J
Residence Phone 129-W
RAMSEY, THE TAILOR
for a Fine Suit
and a Perfect Fit.
between 3rd and 4th
FRED G. LEMLEY Prop'r.
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing, Dye
ing, Hats blocked. Suits mads .o
Main Street Springfield
between 3rd and 4th Oregon
CHAS, L. SCOTT at
Plret National Bank
D. W. ROOF
TINE WATCH REPAIRING A
FRANK. A. DE PUE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
JOHN E. EDWARDS
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
Main and Third Oregon
President Ackerman Speaks to
On Thursday morning at 11:1V I ho
student of S. H. S. assembled to
hear president Ackcrman of the Oro
gon State Normal speak.
He Introduced IiIh talk by giving
two reasons why he felt at horn
among us. First, because he hud
known our Superintendent. Mr. Ham
lin, for many years, and had known
every one of our teachers. Second,
that he had been speaking In so many
high schools for the last three weeks
that he felt at home among high
He told us that twenty years ago
there was only about half a doien
schools in Oregon. And he helped in
the struggle to get more high schools
for the students of Oregon. He said
that the common belief was that if a
student had the right kind of "stuff
In him he would get an education.
The bill Introduced Into the State leg
islature to provide for more high
schools In Oregon was passed by the
House of Representative, but was
voted down in the Senate. After a
long struggle these men again intro
duced a bill, but Instead of saying
high school, they put in "graces nbov
the eighth." and this bill passed both
house, so now there Is a high school
In every community of any sise.
i Now that the crisis in higher edu
cation has been reached he Is out
helping in the struggle.
The I". of O.. the Normal, and the
O. A. C. are filled to over flowing with
young men and women of Oregon who
are seeking a higher education and It
has come t- the point where these
institutions cannot accomodate the
scholars that will com there. These
institutes are now running on the
same amount of money which they
had five years ago. with higher orices
and two or three timet the number of
students. He impressed upon us that
If the Millage Rill does not pass It
will be almost complete ruin for the
higher education of Oregon, and many
of the high school studeuts will not
he able to finish the courses which
they hate carried in high. He sail
that if each tax payer In Oregon would
devote the price of one -igar per
month to this cause, the crisis would
be prevented and the boys and girls
of Oregon could go on to Normal.
IT. of O. or O. A. C. and finish their
education thus making better citisens
for the state. G. E.
S. H. S. Nine "Hog" the Score. 1
visiting with her friend J en I Court
right at dor home in Wcndllng.
The French und Spanish classes did
not meet a week ago Tuesday after
noon as their Instructors were unable
I .u.st Friday S. II. S. haschuhll team
hud to take the biggest shuie of tho1
score from Pleasant Hill. Captain
Puudrcm got excited over the prev-!
lous Ions and from a suggest Ion, fed!
his men "dynamite." They went on;
the field determined to win and thoy I
rut forth thai Ado right' slrlt .
throughout the game and won 1? to'
IS. The fifth Inning some of tli.
"Hackers" went to sleep. Puudrem
look a mn. i lion iik nn an. I 'ue.i' , batnrduya and Sundays
the other birds tor nupolnu. Pleasant! Gladys Edwards spent the weekend
Hill put up a good right-but you i
know then-' a lot in know lug how ;
to piny the game. j
The following May Duy program,
was given under the Maph-s at the'
High school Friday afternoon: j
1. Song, "Anvil Chorus" by chorus. I
S. Proecssionul Uird Mayor, Utisscj j Charter No. 8941.
Olson. Crown hearers. Hilda Ditto!
and Orvllle Eaton King and Queen.
George Williams and Sibyl We trull
Train hcurcr. !orene Lai liner and
Charlev Xohhv Atlendunts. Asnlijil
Fish itlul Jessie Johnson, Clifford
Pntidrcm ami alvrtle Mclhe. Klrof
N'innis slid Joyce Male.
It.- Folk Dame, "The Utckiiit: D.iihV
4 Song. "Merry Life" chorus.
T. - Folk Dance. "Are or ' Diamond"
ii - G mnasloni Drill.-7 Rirls.
7. Wong. "The Ditto-els"- -chorus. ;
$. Japanese Drill -7 girls. '
9 -Winding May Pole.
The cxecrh'c went through com.
nletely unit sticcesrtl1lv. und were en
loved by a large crowd or mother und
The Domestic Science elil not
do any rooking last week on ai-eount
of the May Day program. They were
very busy making Ureases for It.
We peoole of the penmanship clx
have finished filling out the blank's we
received at the first of tne semester
to send in for the Palmer Method of
Business Writing Certiru ales. We
are now learning to draw.
Earnest Korn. one or the mid year
rraduntes. visited High si I I on
Our tennis season Is opening rather
late, so everyone must plav hard to
make up for lost time. Tle tennis
court has been repaired iuu pmctice
Mr. Roth made a trio lo Portland
Isst week end. returning Momjav.
Miss Myrtle Mcllee has icrerfe n
"A Good Bakery"
to get over from Eugene on account
of the street car being on the blink.
The algebra II 'cl.iss enjoyed having
Miss Mai hem practice the gills for
the May Day exercises so the class
didn't have algebra.
Reserve District No. 12
REPORT OP CONDITION OP THE
First National Bank
At Spi Inglii Id, In the Siaitf of Oregon, at the close of buslnesa on
May 4lh. liC.
I .nulls and discount .
iui hiding redlfti ountN
Total loans ... .... .
Oieidrnfts. secured, none; unsecured. .'4 14
U. S. Government seouritles owned:
Deposlied to secure clrculullou it. S. bonds
Viiluet . .... ..
Pledged to secure postal savings ilrposlia (par value)
Pledged as collateral lor state or ot her deposits
or bills payable
Owned Mild unpledged
t 97. (109.71
$ 97.009 71
Total 1'. S. GovcnniK ill hi t lirll H .
Other bonds, securities, etc.:
ltonds (other than P. S. bonds) lei!i;l ti M-iiire
postu) savings de posits ... $ l.eOOOO
Ponds and securities (oilier than V S Kocuritlcs)
pledged as coll.-iteral lor 8uU or other deposits
(postal ex luded i or bllhi jsysble . . ' 2.1.OU0.0O
Seiuritles, other (lull V. H. botlils (not including
hlnCk. owned Ui:d lltipl"ltsl A... . . 79.HOfi.10
I 18.029 97
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Total builds, secuiill'M i.e.. thi;r than I'. S. .
Stock of Federal Rhere Hunk u per . tent,
of subscription) .., .
nosltlon In Kggimann's candy kit h. ii. Value of b:nikinc lir u.e. owned ami unincumbered. $ S.(I3.:'5
' Klllllllllie lllld fixture).
'4teul eMule owio-d oilier than boiikiili; house
, l.;itflll I'-veiVf Willi Fl'deril ItcseiVC lldllk
'Cash !n vault and net amounts due from national
Net amounts flue from bunks, bunker, and lrut
! companies lu the Lulled Slates
I Checks on other banks in l lie rmue city or town us
i reporting bauk
I Total or Items. $ 22,070.73
Checks on banks located outside -or city or
town or reporting bank and other cash Hems ..
Redemption fund with IT. S. Treasurer sod due from
U. S. Treasurer .. ..-
you cannot deny them,
Motorists buy Zerolene bocauoo h te
'good lubricating oil; because it makes tho
car Ut longer.
More than half the motorists of the
r Pacific Coast at ate use Zerolene. Such
approval is never an accident; it is given
only aa a reward to products of highest
The resoures, experience, knowledge
and equipment of the Standard Oil Com
pany create an efficiency in the manu
facture of fin lubricants hard to duplU
cats elsewhere in the world.
Buy Zerolene for Correct Lubrication.
STAXDAKD OIL COMPART
Yfcar U s ftt4 mf
' SralM tut yw Ir.cSar.
mia bkllS It. Cr
B Lnb(lllM, Ak r
A. H. SPRAGUE, Special Agent, Standard Oil Co., Eugene, Ore.
Total - x
, LIAIILITIES -
Capital stock paid In
Undivided profits ; $ 2.396.&2
Circulating notes outstanding
Cashier's checks on owu bunlr outstanding
ltf. 700 61
Total of items ... $
Drmsnd deposits (other than bank deposits) subject
to Reserve (deposits payable within 30 days):
Individual deposits subject lo check
Certificates of deposit duo in less than H0 days
(other than for mouey bun owed! ...
State, county, or olber municipal deposits secured
by pledge of assets or this bank
Other demand deposits
Total of demand deposits (olher than bank de
posits) subject to Reserve .... . $23,417.99
Time deposits subject to Reserve (payable after 80
days, or subject to 30 days or more notice and
Certificates of deposit (other than for money bor-
, rowod) ; '.
Postal savings deposits
Total or time deposits subject to Reserve..!.... $ 3D.29I.00
Stale of Oregon, County of I.ase, ss.: ' '
I, L. Q. Hulln, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement Is true lo the best or my knowledge and belief.
L. G. HDLIN. Cashier
COIIRECT Attest: E. V. Mi Bio, K fS. Hrattaln, Chas. L. Scott, Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th day of May, 1920.
FRANK A. DePUE, Notary Public for Oregon,
liy coinmlsslpu expires January 9lu, 1924.