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THURSDAY, JUNE 3. 1920.
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
SHE DEFEATS ADDING
MACHINES IN TES.T
r T. CRCAMEftYBuTTM. i r
is a delight to thoii (Who. demand the
best. If comes" from the very burst
Creamery and li slmp perfect In
color, body and flavor. Yoa cannot
buy lMilter or more dellcfous butter
or there isn't any. Try a pound and
enoy learning Its vxijulsite superi
ority. . ,
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v Haihincr 'is a.
Pleasure uihen. youhaue Our
Delightful Toilet Necessities,
Make your bath Luxurious by using our Toilet
waters and powders.' They make you feel better and
keep you cool. ,
Come in now aifd get the things you need, not
only toilet articles but medicines, household remedies,
stationery and the hundreds of other needful things we
have for your comfort.
We are Careful Druggists.
Mechanical mathematics has
received jolt. The speed. ease
of operation and absolute certain
ty of correct answer from the
adding machine was made to
look like a truck-horse, and all
by (his little 13-year-old Kansas
Cut (Mo.) school girl. Her name
Is Kttber Kaplan. In recent com
pel it Ion there she set an Interna
tional record as a, lightning cat-
: culaior when, she solved six prob-
I . i ..I ini. i . Mm j
ii'iiin in aiiuiiiuu in 11 mcgnoi
and the ttiachln with an expert
dctnonnf ralor took one minute and
4 2 Hoi)ds on the same problems.
Pour types of adding machines
were unt-tl against Kb- girl.
We want oar learn to win.
Vou are right, we lo.
And we will win, too.
How ran we Kail aloit-
L'p on an evi-n plansj ' , - -And
neither worry nor coniplaln.
Content to live and love tS gane,
Wlietlier or not Ood sends rain.
RAINY DAYS AND FAIR.
Illy a Farmer.)
The farmer as he turns hin eye
To the ky.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
Notlre Is hereby given that by vlr
lure of an eeeiitton und order of salt
loi-ued out of the In ult court of the
state oi Oivgn. In and for Ijine coun
ty, on i lie loth day of May, 1920. up
on a decree of forecloaure of the
auorlgage recorded on page 20,r of vol.
"45" of the Mortgage Uncord of
Ijine county, Oregon. n favor of Wil
liam II. Marsha and agalnsl Amos N.
llurlbei t and IIUiih lie M. Ilurlhei t,
rendered May 6th. 1920. to sutlHfy the
a"eht secured thereby, to wit: the sum
f $r.00, with InlereMt at H per cent
per annum from January Int. 1919;
the further sum of CiO. attorney fee
'and the rols Hud dlMliurMeiuents of
this suit, taxed at 128 40. and accru
ing tott: cominaiuling me to levy
upon soil sell, in the niunner pro
Tided by law the bit and pit-mlnca in
ald niorigare and ilecree drcribel,
to wit: l,ot No. II In Mock No. n of
Onind IMulrle ailditlon to the City of
Kugeiie, in Lane county, Oregon.
Now therefore, in compliance there
with, I have levied upon said lot and
w'll. on Saturday, the ;Srd duy or July,
1920, at 1 o'clock p. in., at Ihu south
west or main entrance to the court
bouse In Kugeue, Oregon, offer for
sale and sell at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash, all the right,
title, estate und Intercut of said da
fendanls In and to the above de
scribed lands and premises, subject to
redemption, as provided by law.
KKKI) O. STICKKLS,
Sheriff of Lane County. Oregon.
Date first publication June 3. 1920.
Date la Ht publication July 1, 1920.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
Notice Ih hereby given that by vir
tue of an execution und order of sae
Issued nut of Hie. Clrt ul Ctourt of the
state of Oregon, In and for Lane
county, on the loth day of May, 1920,
Spon a Judgment und decree rendered
by said court on the 27th day of
April, 1920, In favor of jjjncs Ran
dolph and against tiuorge L. Smith,
Almira Smith, Hoot h Kelly Lumber
company, a corporation, and L. M.
Travis, for the sum of One Thousand
and Twenty-nine Dollars and ninety
cents, with Interest thereon at 8 per
cent per annum' from October 26,
1918, and tho furl her sum of $7.44
nnd Intereat from the Sth day of
April, 1919, and thu cohU and dis
bursements of this. suit. $11; com
manding me to sell In the manner
( HERO S UNI)
WHtN AND '
TANDAMD Oil COMPANY
Looking Jn vain for a cloud,
! Murmurs aloud. We need rain.
WESTERN CjREGON STREAMS,
Santliim Forest South Santlam
river; Kainbows and cutthroats bit
ing near Csscadia. Fly fishing good
evenings. Water cold. Santlam wagon
road via Lebanon. Fish and Clear
takes: Inaccessible till about June
15. I lack leman Creek and tributar
ies: Closed to fishing for season.
North Santlam Trout biting near
Detroit. Via Southern Pacific.
HrHfenbush creek: Trout biting
near Detroit. Water In lakes too
cold for fishing. Southern Pacific to
Detroit. Trail from DetrolL
Sascade Forest Willamette river:
Trout biting near Oakrldge and Re
serve. Salmon taking spoon In lower
McKentle river: Trout biting,
Springfield to Nlmrod. Also Nimrod
to McKenxie bridge,
spoon In lower river.
i With all h!s banditry.
So while the Mexie's ship oftate
' In heavy seas careens,
!V's all watch what he means,
F'or men may come and men may go,
And new regimes go high or low,
liuf he's one man In Mevico
Who sure gan spill the beans.
Now Is the , Time to .Get ,Rld of Your
If yoa are troubled with vhronlc
or miiHCuUir rhenmaUsm buy a bottle
of Chamberlain's Liniment and mas
sage the affected parts twice a day
with It, You are certain to be very
much benefited by It If not actually
cured. Try IL
Many people of Springfield and vi
cinity do all their banking business
In Eugene when right In their home
town, they have a national, state,'
county, and city depository, the First
National liank or Springfield. Is that .
the wey to build up your home town?
"All right back there V called the
conductor from the front of the car.
"Hold on," came a feminine voice.
"Wait till I get my clothes on."
The entire earful turned and craned
Salmon taking, tn.ir netji expectantly. A girl got
on with a basket of laundry!
THE CONSTANT FACTOB.
It s getting dry; w ,
i If It does not come soon
Hay will be hort. so wfJl grain.
And the maiden fair.
So we nuiy have a plescunt tl.nc
And me-t all those
;That may ; there.'
'The schoolboy ou bla ur-'
! Say. boys, say,
provided by lnw the IhihU In uid
ei- tttlnii Mud order of sale de
scribed;; I have levied upon the suld
lands described as follows, tow It:
lleginnlng at a point 420 1 feet west
of a point in the center of the county
I I. ,1... I J J . . . L I L
is north S- 40' west 1.77 chains from I h' 1 h",M " not ra,U t,M,a
a point in the Honth line of the Lem-1 He fore th picnic's close,
uel K. Davis Donstlim and claim No.
42. Notf. 2IIR.1. In Township 17 South.
Hawse 4 st of the . Willamette
Mci-lttifiu, 4S.02 chnins Kast from the
mmiiiIi west corner of suld clulm; and
Irom utd leKinuiiig hIhi running
lioilli ;((;0.3 feet, went 24 I S feet, south
.,..1 I......... . mt fl ....
to he ptli.ee of beginning; containing , 1 " d,,',H IU,t
2.tW ai res, more or lens, of luud In And ruin on Saturday
Lime county. ofgon: And spoil our play;
And will on Saturday, the 2Hth day!
of Ji 1920. at 1 o'clock In the i 'mm mm " '
iifteiuiHiii offer for sale and sell l' ..mm aw
fublic miction, at the southwest or'
main entrance to the courthouse. In
Kugene. Oregon, to th highest bidder !
for cash, all the rlnht. title, estate
and lntereMt of-said defendants in,
mid to the above described lands, ,
subject lo redemption as provided by j
law. to satlKfy m; Id Judgment nnd de
cree with Interest at 8 per cent per
piinuui from the dates above men-!
tinned and the expenses of making I
sit h sulo. !
FRKD 0. STICKKLS.
Sheriff of line County, Oregon.
Date first publication May 20. 1920.
Duto last publication June 17, 1920.
By Dean Collins In Oregon Voter.
The tumult and the shouting dies,
Csrrnza passes and Is done.
And Obregon his banner flies
And bosses everyone.
The Carranzistas swiftly scoot '
From firing squads detailed to shoot.
Hut still, although they revolute
Villa will pack a gun.
From Tiu Juana In the North
Across to Vera Crux.
Tbe rumors hurry back and forth
Which most folk gulp as news.
! Hut spite of those and this and that.
1'pon the seat where Diax sat
One can't be sure Just where he's at
While Villa may refuse.
For oft and oft they had him licked,
And burled oft was "he.
When suddenly he rose and kicked
Oh. most outrageously .
And so. when revolution's on.
They're never sure of Freedom's
I'm II they're sure where Villa's gone
A want ad will work for you.
UNCLE SAM'S OLDEST
Brig. Gen. Horatio Gates Gib.
son. U. S. A., retired. Is the oldent
living graduate' or West Point
Military Academy. He celebrated
Ilia :d birthday onMy 11. 1 -
R. F. Erwin Regarding His Troubles
"A year ago last winter I had an,
attuck of Indigestion followed by bil-!
lousness and constipation. Seeing!
Chamberlain's Tablets so highly,
recommended for stomach troubles I :
bought a boMIe of them and they;
helped me right away" writes R. F. i
Erwin. Peru. Ind. If you have any;
trouble with '-ur digestion give these
tablets u trial. They will do you
rYESI'5 OWN 10 CAU.
DEMS TO ORDEk
fc. vTtt? , ., 1
To the' far west goes the honor
of having Hi own preside at the
opening ,of ; the Democratic na
tional convention i at Sun Frau
cjsco, June 28. J.' D. Kreraer of
Butte, Montrt vice chairman ot the
Democratlo National Committee,
v 111 call the convention to order
A Few Friday
Farmers Supply Co.
Second and Main Streets
MtOOMS, cut from l0c to .'
lMtUNINO SHEARS, cut from $2.75 to
PETIT lATTHESSES, cut fKom $9.50 to
1 SOLIl) OAK 2nd CUPHOAUl), cut from $12.00 to
1 Fill -QUPHOARD, 2nd hand, cut from $8.00 to . . .
TWO QUART MASON FRUIT JARS and LIDS, cut from $1.10 to . . . ,79c
1 OAK DININO TAHLE. cut from $48.00 to, . .', $42.50
1 .GOOD CiAS RANGE, 2nd hand, cut from $12.00 to $7.95
1 GOOD OAS RANGE, 2nd hand, cut from $8.00 to $6.75
tj ft. ROUND FIR DINING TARLEs, cut from $22.00 to , . .$15.95
WINDOW SHADES, frizes 3-7 and 3-6, cut from 95c to 79c
CROWN IJRASS WASH HOARDS, cut from 90c to ,74c
1 30-gallon COPPER KETTLE, cut from $20.00 to ...... . ... .$14.95
PICTURE FRAMES, 18x20, with glass, cut from $1.50 to , 95c
Also 10 PER CENT OFF on all Stoves, Ranges, Beds, Springs, Mattreses,
Chairs, . Baby Cribs, Rockers, Tricycles, Library Tables and Reduced
Prices on Many Other Articles. V'