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TUH Sl'RINGFIKLI) NKWS
THURSDAY, JULY 1. 1920.
QaU2GS ana'BOTdacjeS aluaijson hand
Wounds should be dressed instantly to prevent
INFECTION and blood poisoning. It may save a life to
have, in your home, a supply of our "first aid necessi
ties." Come, get them TODAY.
Whenever you want any Drugs, remember that
ours are pure and full strength. Our drug store things
are the very best, and
We aro Careful Druggists.
another heartaeajw seed, for - hi
throat wan dry with ho much talking.
"Good by, little sijdlers, I must
turn over and take m; siesta. In
other words, my afternoon nap." Ho
he rolled over and swung high on the
bouRh In hla leaf hug bed.
An the children went slowly back
to the low while house tint In the
middle of I he old garden they heard
him snoring a tiny -lf In snore,
Hy Cecilia Reynolds Robertson.
(To hi- continued.)
Mra. Linda Harrod Endoraea Cham
"I suffered for years with stomach
trouble and tried everything I licHrd
of but thn only relief I got waa tern
jxirnry ,unlll lust spring I Maw Cham
berlaln's Tablet advertised and pro
cured a Iwitile of tlntti from our
drugg'st. I got Immediate relief from
(JiHt dreadful heaviness and pain In
lho stomach after eating. Sine; tak
ing iwu bottles I can nt anything I
want without distress," writes Mra.
Linda llurrod, Ft. Wayne, litd.
IF YOU WANT IT TO COME
. OUT RIGHT
you've got to put in the beat butter
to make a good cake. Try it You'll
delight your friends and yourself wltli
the delicious result of your skill.
Why not, use the best when the coat
Is no more.
NOTED LECTURER IS
COMING TO CHAUTAUQUA
Little-Girl, Big-Boy ; and The Garden Elf
(Written for the United Statea Scnool Garden Army, Department of
The "Humbug" and the Bee Aeroplane.
",How Impolite!" LIltleGIt! wa
rwilly hlioi kt-U as fh hud bewi
taught to I"' oiisiderate of other,
which I tin' real tli-f mil of good
"Well, you couldn't Manic tli' poor
little beetle. He had to haw the
proper fond, mill his mother hadn't
Healed it up In hi nest, a iuomI m t ii -
i r in u io. Hi' really w.ih worse
eff thin ;iii orphan 1,1 "' ' 1
and tin little 11 f M 'll I' ''.trk
In IiIh Kiiisy n. M. ami hmiH lilm-n-f
with il"' tip of a m-its Mel.-.
-uw .lid yo'i ! ;.r!! i tit Ii u'
diil ymi ii'liuu lil. a in ill. ii' ! i 1 1 v - -" "
uHkid I.ittlo Clrl.
"Kolli.w lilin!" tin- Klf Man linki"l
hurt ami Indignant. "Knllow linn T
hhiiiilil .-ay not? Didn't I toll ymi that
I klll'M- llllH llf WlTII'tS?"
"What Iiimiuiii- of tin1 lu i'ili', an I
why did h" hai to ku to I ti I "
bomti to K'l th'' tii'lit food no tlmt
lie could turn Into a hllhtiT ! t It ? '
uakoil Wk Hoy.
"Now, that." said Iho Klf Man. "U
one uf tins M'tlitrt of N.ituio. Mix
mothi'i' was'lmin la.y. Sim didn't
biiallo and limit mound to maku a
mat in JuhI tin- ilnht pluio ho that
be could H-t thi proper food. No.
Inilci'd; ahe laid licr ckks In a fli'ld
and went off and lift tU, balil.'u to
ablft for tluMiiHi'lvi'H. So when TYi-cog-u
iln came out into the world he
illmbnd up a flower atnlk and
watched. for a bee."
The little Klf scriiti lied the end of
bla noae with It Ih grans leaf fun and
' looked wIhi!.
"How did he know ho had to eat
bee bread?" axked Llttle-Uirl. .'I
think bread nnd honey Ih nice."
"Ah, that U uuoiher of Nature's
aecreta. Trl-ung u lu knew quite ua
the human bahy-knowa he has to huvo
milk, well oh that he hud to lake hi)
atrange ride to gef hla baby food. He
had to find a hno. He hud to ride in'
a beo-uefoplane or ho wouldn't ever
have bncomo u bliHter beetle. Never
at all." And tin) Klf Man altpped a
heurtHeuHe Htd, into hla buhy morn
ing glory mouth.
"Does he Winter you If you touch
lilm?" aaked Hoy.
"Oh, no," nald the Klf Mun, "not
at all, but the Karth Doctors caich
kirn mill li's liiotheia and ciiihIi them
iiitu a paste mid make a plaster that
1a put on ait k people when they
nerd to ln blind-red In draw Home
pnlMiii nut of their h.VhtrniK. t'aually."
and hi- niidili-d Ills nn:ill head wlnely.
the Kartll People hve done some
iliitiK fooliidi or llii-y wouldn't b
m k. They haven't followed the law
of ln-ili Ii. And il Is the'r own faP
for Hie I'nitcd SlaliM Hurenti of
IMmu'loit is wiliiliK lo learh llieir.
I it in told hy tin- liiitiomtiy Man that
tti-i.- Ih no rTus.. lor immi aiiei'.
I'.il.li'il are .ninlit 111' hoiin' and
at M'liuol. ILmiKh and pai'i l's are full
Kind, ti -i l-r ii 1 tli'eus lo make pen
; le li -ilthy anil liin py. Y; t vouif
'ovx ,!i:d j.;:r'is ca' iv ii.i:li..i.s .f !' . i.--iimler
thei,- finp;.r nails. You may
thi'iu throuvh the Knchanted
:i!i:-. How tiTI'IMe. It quite upsets
my ii" !.'h." and the Klf Man took an
other In-iliriivise need out of his tiny
Hit; liny had put one nrliny hand
behind h!s back. "You see, Klf M:in.
a boy has to use hin liaml.s for so
many thingx and then If he digs in
the Kii'il'in be (rota niussy, and. of
cou rue, well, you can't liealway wash-
Ine your hands. It would take the
"Well, well.' Haiti the (ireen Klf. "I
wan an elf hoy once upon a lime and
I remember that Mother Klf had a
sorry time keeping me clean. I wan
fond of aittlng on the ground to talk
to the doodle bliga; they are very
"Oh, tell tia about the doodle bug,
little Klf Man." cried Lil tie Girl.
"Not toduy. It la a long atory. Hut
remember about- blister beetle. He
wan once culled Trl-ung-u lin when,
as a baby insect, he took a ride on
the back of a bee. One branch of
the family Ms called the oil beetle.
I'ncle Oil neelle rolls over and draws
In his legs and apils oil at you If you
touch him. Ho pluya dead and the
ollconies out of hla joints. Moat
useful of all Is the cousin that eats
the grasshoppers' eggs when he Is
very young and haa not yet formed
n taste for loaves. The grusshoppei a
eat the crops, you know, the Garden
Manual says so, and nny bug that
helps destroy (hem is a Soldier of
the School Garden Army. Of course,
the blister beetles chew leaves loo.
and, I dure aay, are something of a
nuisance,' but we have to remember
their good deeds in helping get rid
of a pest." And the Klf Mun took
In the circuit court of the state of
Oregon for Lane county.
Clara J. Mote, plaintiff. v. Alvah
To the defertdant Alvah Mote: You !
are hereby summoned to answer th!
complaint Hd against you in thif
above entitled cause and court wlth-
III tilx weeks from the first, publicn-)
Hon of this nurenionH and If you fail
m to answer for want thereof plain
tiff will fake judsim-nt aga'nst you
for the relief di niandi-d in the com
plilnt. viz: that the marriase bonds
exlst'ng between berui-lf and you be
dissolved, that f'i" have the cure and
( iislotly of tho minor i blldren of said
marriage, Donald A. Mole. Vie'or A.
Mo'e. and Iris M. Mote: that you
contribute 25 per month for the ur
nnri f iid nriior children and for
"tit h other end further relief as may
tie Just. Tl),'s intuitions Is served up
on vott bv nubl'r-itln bv virtue of an
r.td.r of i:'m. (i K. Skinworth. etr-
nil court litttge, (t;ifed .fitne ?!. 120,
tlrect 'tie such service by Publication
'"r six -ekt in the Snr'nefleld
Vevn arid tht von nrswt-r w't'ittt six
e-k ff'"i the firvt MibllcpHon
thereof. T'tls stnnioin Is so firs'
llblished Julv 1. 10?n.
S D. AM-TX.
.frrnejr for ''blt'lff
XfMi-ess 774 WMliitpette St., tfegene,
Dale last pub!!catlr n Aue. H.' 19"0.
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STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Kvery profe-.s'oii has its dependable?
and upon the lecture plstform there
rtv K'.iue of the i...i,htest and most
forceful uiiniJs of the present day.
'1 hos. McClary is one of these. He
hos been a foremost lecturer on the
Chautauqua platform for years, and
la a welcome return date visitor
wherever be lias been. His lectures
are hrijtht, t ptimistlc messages of
cheer and right living. The Chautau
qua will be. better for having Thos.
McClary among its speakers.
Upper Soda, open; poor. Upper Soda
to summit, closed for repairs; no de
tours. Should be open July 1. Bridge
across South Santlam completed.
Crescent City-Port Orford: Open.
Excellent, Crescent City to Brooking.
Temporarily bad. Brookings to Port
Orford. Good camping place.
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE. '
Western Oregon Roads as Reported
By U. S. Forest Service.
iU;Kejiz!e Highway: Springfield to
lilue Ufver, open; .good. Blue Uivcr
to MiKenzie bridge, poor; closed by
construction except at intervals for
a few days. McKenzie bridge to
Alder Springs, open; poor. Alder
Springs to Sisters, closed; construc
tion. Willamette Highway: Eugene to
lUpdoti, open; good. Itigtlon to sutii
Meilford Klamath Falls (via Crater
Lake): Open, fair.
Santiam Wagon Hoad: Foster to
Notice Is hereby given that by Tir
ture of an execution and order of sale
issued, out of the circuit court at the
state of Orepp, In and for Lane coun
ty, on the 10th day of May, 1920, up
on a decree of foreclosure of the
mortgage recorded on page 205 of vol.
"45" of the Mortgage Records of
lane county, Oregon, In favor of Wil
liam B. Marsha and against Amoa N.
Hurlbert and Blanche M. Hurlbert,
rendered May 6th, 1920, to satisfy the
debt secured thereby, to-wit: the sum
of $500. with interest at 8 per cent
per annum from January 1st, 1919;
the further sum of $50. attorney fee
and the costs and disbursements of
this suit, taxed at $28 40. and accru
ing costs; commanding me to levy
upon and sell, in the manner pro
vided by law the lot and premises in
fcaid mortgage and decree described,
to-wit: lot No. 3 In block No. 3 of
Grand Prairie addition to the City of
Eugene, in Lane county, Oregon.
Now therefore, in compliance there
with, I have levied upon said lot and
will, on Saturday, the 3rd day of July,
1920, at 1 o'clock p. m., at the south
west or main entrance to the court
house in Eugene, Oregon, offer for
sale and sell at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash, all the right,
title, estate and interest of Bald ds
fendar.ts in and to the above de
scribed lauds tnd premises, subject to
I redemption, as provided by law
! FRED G. STICKELS,
Sheriff of Lane County. Oregon,
j Date first publication June 3, 1920.
j Date last publication July 1, 1920.
Western Oregon Streams as Reported
by U.. S. Forest Service.
McKenzie .River: Dollies and red
sides biting from Springfield up. Sal
mon biting near-Springfeld.
Willamette River: Dolly Vardeiis
and retlsitles biting. Springfield to
Oakridge. Taking flies.
Daily Chautauqua Program
Programs begin prosrpMy
AfJcinooiis at 3:00 Evenings ut 8:00
lot ri'i! tii t ii'ii of Sit; rititi'itileiit Chairman of Committee.
Our l't'-'O Chiiuiuutim Supcrintendtnt
Concert lthacan Male Quartet
Prelude Concert. Ithaoan Male Quartet
Impersonations .. Elsie Mae Clordon
Prelude : Harry Davies Singers
Lecture "Keep Off the Grass" Wood Brings of Kentucky
Comic Opera "Mikado" Davies Light Opera Company
Entertainment Scott Highlanders
Inspirational Lecture "Shasta Daisies and Folks" Mae Guthrie Tongler
Prelude Scott Highlanders
Lecture Oration "The Truth about Russia" Count Tolstoy
Concert ...- Carmellny'B Old Colonial Band
Concert Carniellny's Old Colonial Band
Selections Lorraine Lee accompanied by Old Colonial Band
Entertainment - The Spragues
Lecturette .. - W. H. Nation
FIFTH EVENING ,
Prelude Entertainment .. The Spraxoes
Community Lecture "What I Think of Your Town" W. H. Nation
Prelude -..St. Cecilia Orchestra
Lecture -.Titos. McClary
Pageant ' Junior Chautauquans
Grand Closing Concert ! St Cecilia Singing OrchtMra
NOTE. Sunday Programs will be changed to conform btrktly to
the sacred character of the day.
RAILWAY TIME CARDS
Electric cars leave Eugero f'.f
Spiiugfield every halt hour from 0:J'J
i. m. to 11:30 p. m.
Southern Ppc'f ; R2:!.v2y
. cv've ila'a Llcz - Arr''-e
Soutii . Xonh
13:22 p. m 2:25 a. m.
5:4S a. m '. 4:45 a. m.
1:50 p. m ....11:00 a. m.
12:50 p. m., :.. 2:55 p. m.
6:55 p. za.: 5:04 p. m.
Oregon' Electric Portland to Eugene
Arrive t Eugene Leare
to:4". a. m 7:"0 a. m.
12:23 p. m 11:15 a. m.
6:45 p. m 1:55 p. m.
8: 55 p. m 5:25 p. in.
Southern Pacific Wendling Branch
Leave Springfield Arriva
4:15 p. m 8:40 a. la.
7:15 a. m. (mixed train) 12:50 p. m.
Southern Pacific Oakridge Branch
Leave Springfield 1:45 p. m., Mon
days,, Wednesdays and Fridays; ar
rive Springfield 11:15 a. m. Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays.
ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF MAILS
AT SPRINGFIELD POSTOFFICE
Northbound Mails close at 10 a. m.
and 4 p. m.; arrlte at 11 a. m. and
5:15 p. m. -
Southbound Mails close at 1:30
-p. ru. and 6:30 p. m.; arrive at 6:30
a. m. and 3:30 p. m.
Wendling Branch (Dally except
Sunday) Mail closes at i p. m. ar
rives at 8:30 a. m.
McKenzie River (Daily except Sun
day) Mail closes 7:30 a. m.; arrive
1:30 p. ui.
Albany-Oakridge Branch Mall clos
es at 1:15 p. m.' Mondays, Wednes
days and Fridays; arrives at 11:15
a. in. Tuesdays Thursdays and Satur
days. Mohawk Rural Route No. 1 and
McKenzie Rural Route No. 2 (Daily
except Sunday) Carriers leaye post
office at 8 a. m.;. arrive at. 1 p. m.
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 Fir6t
National Bank of Springfield. Is that
the way to build up your home town?