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THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
Lcal Representative for A. E.
&00 All Vol Fabrics to Choo
From. Triers are Right
Room 1, Sravey Block.
Day mid nlftht service.
DR. EUGENE KESTER
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone $2
Home Phono 511
9 a m. to 12 m.; 1:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.
DR. W. H. POLLARD
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Fhones: Office 20 J; Res 20 M "
9 a. m. to 12 ni. 1:10 p. m. to 6 p. m.
DR. S. RALPH DIPPEL
DR. N. W. EMERY .
Sutton Bldjj. Phone 20-J
Residence Phone 129 W
of every age and station tan Im
prove their appearance and protect
their person by getting a suit at
Ramsey, The Tailor
Main St 'Springfield
FRED G. LEMLEY Prop'r.
Cleaning. Pressing. Repairing, Dye
ing, Hats blocked, Suits made to
Main Street , Springfield
between 3rd and 4th Oregon
CHAS. L. SCOTT at
First National Bank
D. W. ROOF
FINE WATCH REPAIRING A
FRANK A. DE PUE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
jt mora Catarrh In this section at
tba country than Mil other dlaenaae put
leeettoer, enj until th Jaxt few years
M upava4 to ba lucuraLle. Vor a
Iraa.t many )rara luctoi inuimunced It
i-l dlaeaae and prcviTilu d lmw.1 ram.
lia, and by ciiimiii tc futlinx t cure
yitU loi al lr:im.-nl. fiMnjoiun l it Incur
ble. tSuianre Iihm proven Catarrh to hr a
Constitutional lit-u, iind therefor la
tiuiit cunarltuuimai trentment. Mull's
f'MUarrh 'i)i. inarnifiii lined by K. J.
Ohrfiay- Si "'., Tub-do. tinio. Ik the only
4Wiiiltutlval only on tii- iiurkKi. li U
takrn internally. I acti Hrwtly on the
bluod snd '-mucous mm'-'.- ut lie- liri.
They offer o liunilrel lU.llum f..r any
eaa It falla to cure. Krnd for circular
Addraaa: 9 J rtlFNVV " . Tul,4.. O.
I4 y Ijrnseisis. lie.
Tsfe Mails Kamiiy fur c..i n.u tlu
EAT BEANS AND REDUCE LIVING
1'otatocs are high, altnoNt out of
sight, lice Is going tip, everything In
i exceedingly high In price except
Ihean. A linger consumption of bean
lion the part of the public will mater-
fitllv lower the rost of living and mey
are about the only Important food
JOHN E. EDWARDS
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
Main and Third Oregon
, product that I reasonable In price a',
i thin 'time. In fact, materially lower
than prices which prevailed two years
i it (to.
I .X ml- I . ...... II.....
IKMIICMIIC lieilllll!. Hit- HII ,-l-.-iru
tthKtitiiie fur potatoes and meat, and
with the warm weather coming on.
belli a: rich in protein, the liuportitnce
of Iheir food value mid low cost
should be more fully reallz.fl by the
average housewife. This la especially
important when the housewife Is hav
ing great difficulty In trying to keep
the grocery and' meat bill within the
limits of the family income. Another
.advantage that beans have over the
ordinary edible Is that they be pur
I chased in quantity and put away in
' the pantry without any possibility of
j Means, are healthful, nutritious and
: of high food value. A comparison of
the nutritive value of other staple
I foods shows one pound of beans at
J the average price of 10 cents to be
equal to the following:
1 lb. beans at 10c 10c
I 5.1 lbs. potatoes at 9c per lb. 46e
I 1.6 lbs. sirloin steak at 40c per lb. 4c
20.8 eggs at 50c a doxen 87
! 5 pints of milk at $ a pint
j 1 lb. rice at lSc ISr
I Many housewives think of tiei.i-i'
i only ns something to be boiled or
! baked. This is n wrung idea, Il.-ans
! mav he prepared in many different
, and ralatiible ways. They are also
one of tli few foods that HP'.- b
cK)ked. .set aside aiwl afterward i
! hea'Ml and served. In fact. !!!.- sec
: ortd cooking Improves them w.)-id-r-
i The follow ftii; ieipe have been
tested ami found excellent;
; Beans (Old Style)
One quart large or small white
beaus. quarter cup New Orlea'- mo-
lasses, third pound salt fat pork,
j Parboil beans until the skins u p;
i drain off the water, then cut the salt
i pork in small pieces, add'ttg the mo
' laspes. Mix well, adding Malt to -u it
taste; cover all with water about two
i inches and hake In slow oven. The
i bean pot must have a tight cover. I)o
Inot take cover off until the beuns pre
Two cups Mexican red bebniis.
small onions. 7 small peppers. 2 lahie
j spoons olive oil. j
i Soak beans overnight am! In the j
morning uratn. cover with cojd wcter
and set on stove to simn er until
I tender. Chop onions and pepp -rs very
! fine; season with salt and cook onions
and peppers for five minutes in tw
J tablespoons of olive oil. Add to the
j beans and let simmer for at lea. -it an
; other hour.
! This dish is sufficient for six pr
fcons if served as a principal dish. If
I served with a meat course it will he
I sufficient for ten persons. It is es
neclally convenient for a Sunday
' menu, as 't may be cooked Saturd iy
'and heat-d psain for the SLtnlay n: i.
j It gains in favor by the doulile cook
One pound large white or Vldn.y
beans, 1 tablespoon salt, I table
spoons butler or margarine. ly tea
l onful pepper.
Wash the beans, rover w ill w.Jer
s.i; ht them stand overnigl'. H will
t!'.-n be comparatively vary o p;.-H
III- I eiins out of ttleil' '.V lillciis ens
n-. Then i over the t.eti.t with n
iftu 1 1 tif wli', brim: s';nly t- it ( ' I,
i!un. r'nse with c.-'h! wnter. iu'.ln
cei Willi .v u-r ki.i' kI-ihih i '-ir
iv I cul one ami onehiU' iniu t. It cue
r I that the inlxtnv Io.m :io: hunt,
Waich constantly and stir often,
pet t:illy illtrlliK the last half hour.
Add more witter as n led dining the
rooking. When Hie MUHiiel inn U fin.
Ished. iut the beans in a l:i' Inir ilNh,
seasnii with salt, pepper, and nil but
one tablespoonful of the butter, add
ing Just water enough to nml . them
the ccnslstoney of very thin mashed
potatoes. Mfike for an hour in n slow
oven Twenty inliiu'es befori taking
them out dot the reitiinder of the
butter over the top Serve'hol or cold.
One cup cold beans, 3 Inhlespoons
gelatine, salt and paprika. I buy leaf.
1 pint tomato Juice, third cup coll
water, 1 tablespoon minced onion.
Make a plain tomutu jellv liy dls
solving gelatine in cold water and
pouring over this the hot tomato
Juice In which the seasoning Inured!
ents have been cooked Add to this
mixture one cup cold boiled tiui"..
Pour mixture Into molds and allow
them to chill. Serve with boiled or
Two eggs well tiealcti, 1 cup cold
boiled bean pulp, half cup milk, third
cup melted fat. I teaspoon salt. 3 cups
flour. 2 teaspoons baking powder.
Combine above In order given.
Pake muffins In greased muffli! pun
for i'o oi .r minutes.
Four cups cooked beans. 1 cup
stiHilnil cooked tomatoes. 1 tup dry
luead i iumbs, 1 well henteli egg. 1
minced ou'on, 1 teaspoon i hopped
Means must be well cooked ltl.
thoroughly drained. Press through
Mevc'and mix With Other illgreiiieuts.
Sal' ami pepper 10 taste. Place In
a well greased roasting tin ai al
low to rook "for ten minutes, lit imsl
erately hot oven: then add one table
sioon butler and a cup of Pet w-iier.
tiastlng frequently during a h.i'f
hour's cooking. The loaf hiioiiM !.
well browned. Serve with tomato
Tomato Sauce for Bean tort.
Stew tomatoes, strain ami put the
Ju'ce down to boil with a I'tile of
the mixture: add salt and patnk:t
thliken to consistency of drawn leii
ter with a little Dour.
. One cuu bolted pink beans. 1 tea
spoon baking powder, 2 tablespoons
melted fat. halft teaspoon salt. 1 egg.
flour to make soft dough.
Combine above and roll out mix
ture to abobnt one-eighth ln h thick
on well floured board. Cut strips of
suitable size when folded (or Individ
ual pies. Fill plea with chopped
cooked meat or vegetables. Fold crust
over and press along edges. Hake
In moderate oven until well browueiL
"DON'T WAKE ME"
Tli! vv;is tin tlr lit after
IiIh inollii'i- lriitt.,i!
it, itlato r our tifiiiii,
HtliiK tin' yt-titiKKltr li'r'
.tin! ntukf l',iin Ji.'ippy. It'
nfifs!ilit. iM'jlihinl iiikI
icurisliitir. Mini) ri.'ivi'j't
in tlii)(i'f liniii all
"A Good Bakery"
them to the II o'l lock He IV let.
' Junior le.igiii at 2. .10 p in ; Kp
worth teiigiie 7 p. in ; evening service
at S. Von me cordially invited to
By Mona MeHenry.
The annua alumni reception
given the graduating class of "20 S it
unlay night In the MnriWon ha'l.
The ball was decorated In th- !
colors.' red and while and the !ni:n
school colors, blue ami white.
After the Initiation of the i
meuibers into the alumni assort i 1 n
ciiines were nlaved until a lat ' ''
The color sc'-.cme was carried o f l'i
the dainty r freshuieiits which !
Those present were Opal Mason.
Sib) I Westfall, Mona M( Henry. Jtt.i
uita l.oinliaid. (iladys l.epley. Anna
. tlldwell ;rae Male. Alice Mi Ree.
, Florence Fish. Mr. and Mrs. Norton
' Pengra. Mrs. Mae Wagner. Huth
Scott. Mr. and Mis. F. H. Ilamllli.
Geoige llllunis. ItUMSell Olson. Clar
eme Powell. )e Powell. Jerry Van
i VaUah. Vligll Sigunr ami Nor man
I Constance Itchhan entertained ;ie
! members of her Sunday s hool laiis
! at her home Monday afternoon.
Games were enjoyed by all the child
ren and refreshments were sertcd by
Mr. Rebhan. i
come. It will pay roil o ie there.
Pray.er meetltiK followed by quarterly
! conference on Thursday. 8 p. in. We
was vttnt all the board presrnt for that
night and a good prayer meeting' ltn.
Moore, district superlnt' iident. will
;le u little talk.
New Prune Drying Plant at Salem.
Salem, June 8. Millions and mil
lions of prunes ure. destined to pass
through the new cannery ami drying
plant Just being completed for F. A
Kurtz in Salem. It Is a complete two
line cannery and the capuclty of the
drying room alone is the largest of
any- In the state.
Dr. S. Rslpb Dippel. .?en:ii"., 1 . inc
The t'mpqua Uuptlfct ambulation
inoets with the Sinlnr field Itaptisl
church June l.Vltl.
Iter. Fled M. Waelilte Will pieiull
at 11 a. m. and S p. m. Sunday. June
P.. Sunday school ul 1U a. m The
public. Is eoidlullv Invited to all the.
Next Sunday U Children's l.iy. Sun
day school at 9:45; children's Day
program at 11. Baptismal service for
hildren at that service. Any tine
wanting their children babtlzed bring
Not lie Ik hereby Khrn In the legal
votei of mi liool il'htrlct No. 19. of
I inn- loiinty, tate of Oregon, that Ilia
annual ki-liool meeting of said dlntiltt
will he held at the high si hool hull I
li'K; to Ih-eiij ut the hour of H o'clock
p m on the third Mondly of June,
beihg the ;'lt day of June. A i .
'I'l'ls ll'et tliin Is railed for the pur
po -e of etertliiK olie direi tor, for N)
term of lluee years, Olid one clerk,
for a term of one year, ami the trans
fiction of l.tit. lies s usual ut such
luted this. 7th day of June. IH2U.
CWtl. K. FIMf HF.lt.
' 'In! i man lloiud of lltrei tors.
-MFMtV C KTIIKI.I..
I .. fir t puldcation June 10. 1920.
l.-'e . t :l.lu nll.Mi June 24. 1H20.
A biihlnias liiKtitullon must eitner
advsuci or r Irograde. The First Na
llonal Hank of Spilngfleld keeps pjue
with modern progi and safeguards
'Is cuRtum rs' iuti n st.
Why That Headache?
When you know the cause of u dls
ease a . ure may often he effected.
Til's is paitiiulaily Hue of headache'
ll-eidai'lie often results from cODSti
ration or a disordered conditlou f
I lie stomach wlili li limy ,e corrected
by taking a dune or two of Chamber.
I Iain's Tablets. Tiyit. These tablets
;.i.e easy to take ;,nd mild and gentle
Oregon' leads the wesl in the manu
facture of woolens and produces the
finest wofll in ihe I'nited States.
The only carbon paper manufac
turer west of the Mibs'.ssippl river is
Un-Musical Beginners Taught to Play
' Popular Music in 1 2 Lessons
"Hand in Hand"
"Sunshine of Your Smile"
SUCH PIECES AS
"My Baby's Arms'
"Slow and Eaay"
Taught to play them with pep, awing, accent, supplying that "Intangible BoniethiiiK"
so often lacking in pianists. Learn to add notes, alter time, bass styles used C years
hence, transposition, composition. Jazz and 247 other subjects. CO students now en
rolled. Lesson hours 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. .. v .
WATERMAN PIANO SCHOOL
UOV J. WHITE, Manager,
917 Willamette Street
RAILWAY TIME CARDS
KleitiU; luln ,,ue bugene for
Springfield every half hour from 6:30
to II:. 10 p. in.
Southern Pacific Railway
Main Un Arrlva
i r,l) p.
7: It) p
4: 30 a. m.
10:fi0 a. m.
i:(,r, p. m.
5: Of. p. in.
Oregon Electric Portland to Eugene
Arrlvo Kiigeim I.eavo
J''14,;' " 7:30 . ni.
-' l- "' 11:15 in.
I'- 111 1:M p. nt.
'" I'- 5:25 p. tn.
Southern Paolflc Wendllng Branch
Leave Springfield Atrlvo
P- 1,1 8:40 . ui.
. ta a. m. (mixed train) J;C(I p.
Southern Pacific Oakrldge
i..-ne ,-in IllHfHI j, .
i arrive at
fluvu IV'i.a.,...! i ,
......... n aniiuniiiiyn ii ni r riuays; ar-
rlvo Springrield 11:1. a. ,,i. Tuesdays,
Ihurndays and Saturdays.
ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF MAILS
AT SPRINGFIELD POSTOFFICE
.Nort hiiound - Ma j n close at 10
und 4 p in.; arrhe nt II u m
5:15 p. tw.
p. rn. and 5::i0 p. m
a, m. and 2:30 p. m.
Sunday I--Mail clours
rives at X: ti u tn
Albany Oakrldge ilrHmh Mull
ea at i:ir. p. m. Moudaya, Wednes
.' ami rrioovH; arrives at
a in. luemlaya, Thurmlays and
McKt'llZlo ItlVRP Mlultu .., .
df.y Wall loses.7:30 n. m.; arrivea
. v y. in,
Mohawk It lira 1 Route No.
Aicien.ie uural Koute s.t. 2 i
j except Sundays ('Htrleii leave
at 4 p.
I ...... . i 0 b. ,,; arrive al 1 p.