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THURSDAY. AINJUST 12, 120
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
MInn Ktfltik. Martin rcturni-d th-
lulnr purl of the wi k fniin Portland
nnd Rcasfdo. wImmv she spoilt two
Mr. andj Mrs. A. I'. Travis nnd
ilttiililT j Ki-nirt and Kmuia, of
Hprlnfllil, and Mm. I,. V, ZumwaH,
of, Irving, ntoiorcd to RoMchurg Friday
for n visit; with Mr. W. J. Morrow, n
uViiiKhtT Of 'Mr. and Mm TrovU.
Tht-y ictumJ Kutiday.
Dr. H. lUilph Plppi'l. dentist. Spring
. MInn CIiIihi Woollcy lift the first
f the' we-i'k for Colorado where she
will visit .with relatives. Hho will
make lht tit ) by th
MIhi Aniif-Me I)itlchtlm arrived
laat Thursday from Han Francisco t
visit with- friend in Bprlna-fleld.
8h In a guest at Urn M. M. Peery
Kcclmann'a hread--made clean,
wmppod clean, and aold cleaty
fr. and Mm Frank Hldwell, their
little nou ( Union, mid Mr. and Mr.
Howard h'r-In ml motored to Lowell
flrldjce last Friday evening for a
weekend ruiiipliiK trip. They wire
Joined on Saturday evening by Mr.
and Mrs Win. Heiry, Mr. and Mrs,
Krtiint Skinner. Mr. uud Mrs. Cart
l'HITiin and Mrs. ('cMerson's father
Mm. Harold Pt-Ink (Clytie Hall)
and small daiiKhtcr, Jean, hua boei
vlsltlne; 'with Springfield and Kugene
frlendH. Before, her ninrrlupe Mrat,
Frlnk attended (in. I'nlvernity and
worked a reporter on the Springfield
NfWM. Shu la now living; at Dalian.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
!nd Office at KoHrbura, Oregon.
July 2i; 1920. j
Nolle' In hereby .given that Malt!
Huller. of Klmlra .Oregon, who, on!
Mm 7. 1920, made HonieMiead Kn-j
try Serial No 012591. for 8WU. 3.;
tlon 3. Township If S.. Range 6.W., 1
Villumetti Mei-ldiun, liaa filed notice
of Intention to .make final three, year
proof, to eHtabllah claim to the lnod
above (let irl bed. before K. O. linniei.
47. 8. I (uninlNRloiier. at Kugene, Ore
gon, on the ,2nd day of September,
Claimant natneH aa wltyHHeN'
UlHOAHD OIL COHPAHY
H F. AT
Are Now Ideal
Newport (AcharininK resort for the family.)
A plcluri-Kiiuu trip serosa the Const Rangu Mountains
uated on Yaqulna Hay and the Pacific Ocean. Modern Nata
torlum with salt water baths.
Tillamook County Beaches
Two trains daily from Portland. These attractive beaches
Include Roc ka way and Oarabaldi beach resorts, Neah kah-nie.
and Bay Ocean. '
Crater Lake (A Lake within a Crater
located In the heart of the Cascade Range. Reached oy
automobile stage from Med ford or Klamath Falls.
Other Attractive Resorts
Detroit (Mt. Jefferson Country Dreitenbush Hot Springs)
McCredie Uot Springs.
Josephine County Caves (Marble Halls of Oregon)
; Shust Mountain Resorts '
"Oregon Outdoors" Boooklet .
. Will help you decide on that vacation resort. Cont(ns des
criptions of the various outing places, excursion fares, note!
and camp rates.
Summer Excursion Fares
For further particular! or copy of booklet "Oregon Outdoors,"
inquire of local agent 1
'. ' . i
SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES
JOHN M. SCOTT,
General Passenger Agent
Unhurt Allison, of Klmlra, Oregon;
May Allison, of Klmlra, Oregon;
Jiuiikn Cook, of Kl tn Ira, Oregon;
U..le Cook, of Klmlra. Oregon.
W. II. CANON,
Jly 29 A 2fl, 20.
l'rofeKor f.loyd Kmery. who' In at
homo from Japan on hi vacation,
will speak at the Baptist church next
Sunday at 11 a. ni., ulving Nome of h In
ptpcrient ca In Japan. There will be
I no srvlc In Ihn evening aa Dr. Var-
n-y la away on hlN vacation.
M. K. Church
. Th pantor of Ihe church hus' re
turned from ; hi vacation and - will
,Hk, p wor ,
Sunday .V hool at :4f Will -he
glad to see' all present again, both
learner and pupil.
MorndiK worship at II.
IneiinBg front Uod will be
Junior league nt 2: HO.
Kpwoilh h'Hfcue at 7:00.
Kvculng service at R:00.
welcome, to all our services. Uod
lielplng im we will do our bent for you
Prayer meeting tonight Ht 8:00.
Why Pay More?
Citrus washing powder 29c
(Sold Dual powder 25c
IurRe pkg.Horax chips 35c
Mrs. tew art's blueing 18c
Sun'llrite cleaner . 'M:
Luekel's steam refined
borax soap, 2 for 25c
5 doz. clothes pins 19c
2pkgs Kellogg's corn'
Krlnkle" corn flakes" -10c
Do not forget our bulk
W. M. (ireen, Mgr.
NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S SALE
Notlrw In hereby given that by vir
tue of an order and licence of tho
county court of the Htate of Oregon,
In and for fane county, made and
entered on the 22nd day of July,
1920, authorizing me. guardian of
ihe pi-mona and enlato of Naifne
Campbell and Helen Campbell, min
or, to aell I heir InterentN and eNtnteN
In the real property hen-lnafter tle
Ncrlbed; will, upon nald premlneN,
on and after the 3lt day of AukuM,
1920, offer at private gale and Nell
to the hlghcNt and bent bidder there
fore, all of their undivided two-tblrda
Intercut, rtigethcr with my own one
third IntereM. in the xouth half of
lot 1 In block 4 of the 3ainen Huddle
Hton Addition to Kugene, (;regon, ac
cording to the amended plat thereof;
alHo the narrow atrip lying between
the nou ih half of aa'd lot and Jeffer
son afreet: Terma of nale: Canh !n
IJKrtTllCDK C'A M I'UKLU
Jly 29 Ag 2. 20,
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice la 'hereby given that A. K.
Wheeler.- aduilnlHtrutor of the estate
of Rliodu K. I'hclpH, deceused. has
filed in the county court of the state
of Oregon. In and for I .a no county,
hi final report a such adniinlM
Irator. and that 10 o'clock in the fore
noon of Ihe ;'.0ih day of August, 1920,
at tliw court room thereof, have been
tiled by the court aa the time and
place for hearing objec tions to such
report and for tho final xtttlcuient
of Maid CMBHle.
A. K. WHKKIJR.
Jly 29-Ag 26, 20.
NOTICE OF REFEREE'S SALE.
Notice' Ih hereby given that by Wr
lue of a decree of the C'rcuit Court
of the stale of Oregon, in and for
l.iuie county, entered on the Kth day
or July, 1920. in the mil of Hark-y
Cain and lva Cain,- plaintiff against
llaltle Culnl' Vlleta M. fain. Wllrna
V. Cain and Mar-ha 11 H. Ca!n. de
fendatitN. that the landx therein
sought to he partitioned can not be
divided and set off lo the parties In
terested without great prejudice and
Injury to the owners thereof, direct
ing that said lands be sold and ap
po'nting me sole referee to make aale
I will on Monday, the lfith day f
AugtiHt. 192ff, ut 1 o'clock in the aft
ernoon, at the southwest or main en
trance lo the county court hoime In
Kngene. Oregon, offer for sale and
sell, t public auction, to the h (chest
bidder for caph. the following dencrib
ed lands, to-wlf:
Commencing 4 roda west of the
southeast corner of the northern!
quarter of section 12 In Township 20
. Our Springfield Hard Wheat Flour to be equal to any
flour niado in the West.. . - ......
Our NtOLALL Ks a blent of hard and s-oft wheat. A
' medium flour at a medium price. "
SXOWHALL "s good as any soft wheat flour. A straight
'.vulley flour at C price. " "
i A chance to make a nice saving. 13uy our flour at any
store at last falls prices.
Most Hours have advanced, ours will advance soon.
SPRINGFIELD MILL, AND
"A Good Bakery"
Honth, Hang 1 Eafct of the Willam
ette Meridian, and running thence
Kant 4 roda to the Section and Town
ship line; thence north on nald line
to the left bank of the old meandered
channel of the Willamette river;
thence down aald meandered - river
bank 13f roda, and thence KonlheaM
erly by direct line to the place of be
ginning. Containing 50 acrea, more
or leaa, In Iane county, Oregon.
CKOHOK II. FOR II EST,
Date first publication July 15, 1920.
Date last publication Aug. 12, 1920.
In the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon, In and for Lane County.
J. I). Holmes and Clara M. Holme,
husband and wife, plaintiff, against
Rosie Dee Hall. Jacob Zoli, Belle
iKune, James Slower. Mamie Zoll.
Rebecca Elliott, Ella Peterman; or
their unknown heir at law, if de
ceased; the unknown brothers and
sister of Julia A. Scott, deceased;
or the unknown heir at law of such
brother and sister. If deceased ;. al
so all other persona or partly un
known ' claiming any tight, title,
estate, lien or iirtrf;t In the real
estate described In tlie complaint
herein, defendant. " ; i "
To all the above named 'defend
ant: In the name 'of the Slate of Ore
gon; Vou are hereby, required to
apiear and answer the . complaint
filed against you In the above en
titled ault within six week from the
date of the first publication hereof
In the Springfield News; and if you
fall to so answer, for want thereof.
te plaintiffs will take Judgment and
decree act. Inst you a prayed for in
their complaint, namely:
That the mortgage or deed re
corded on .Page 706 of Vol. "O" of
the deed record of Lane county, Ore
gon, made by F. Poplin to Jul'.a A.
Scott, be cancelled, discharged and
held for naught that plaintiffs' title
to the Lot: No. 4 in Block No. 6 in
tha.t part of the City of Eugene, in
Lane county, Oregon, which was
originally platted and recorded as
Shaw's addition to Eugene City, O.
T., be forever established and
quieted; thai yJu be adjudged to
have no right, title, interest, estate
or lien in, to or upon said premises.
This summon is served by publi
cation thereof once each week for
six successive weeks in the Spring
field News, by order of the Hon. fl.
Y. Sklpworh, Judge of said court,
made and 'entered July 23, 1920, and
the first -"publication --thereof -waa
made on the 29th day of July, 1920.
A. E.. WHEELER,
Attorney for Plaintiffs, whose resi
dence and vostoff.ee address I' Eu
Date last publication Sept. 9. 1920.
SIGNINC FOR PURITY
, , .AND, EXCELLENCE
T tub full of It The" cream with
an Irresistible flavor made from
the best product the market af
fords. Our Ice cream Is kuowa
by all as most excellent aud
nourishing. Supplied in any
amount for public and private
functions'. The best values
Child Cured of Bowel Trouble
A child of Floyd Oaborn, Notary
I U V. ..I . kl. f
It Chamberlain' Colic and Diarrhoea
R-medr and it quickly recovered. In
peaking of thla remedy TTe aaya, "It
la the best I ever naed."
A want ad will work for yon.
I can please your head,
I can fit your body,
I can give you all wool,
I have no shody. ,
RAMSEY, The Tailor
MRS. A. TRUE LUNDV
NU BONE and M. A K. C0R8ET8
SURGICAL CORSETS and BELTS
FOR MEN and: WOMEN A
155 9th Ave., E.. Eugene, Ore.
Phone 292 L. Afternoons' Up 8alrs
-DR. EUGENE TKESTER
Physician and Surgeon ''
.Office Phone 82
'.Home Phone !t ; ;
9 a.m. to 12 m.; 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.
DR. W. H. POLLARD
PHYSICIAN AND 8URGEON
Phones: Office 20 J; Res. 20 M
Office bours: .
9 a. m. to 12 m. 1:30 p. m. to 6 p. m.
DR. S. RALPH DIPPEL
DR. N. W. EMERY
Jauttori Bldg.T.l Phn" 20-J
Residence Phone 129 W
... Springfield, 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
y- '. FOR
.. . SEE
CHAS. L. SCOTT at
First National Bank
D. W. ROOF
FINE WATCH REPAIRING A
FRANK A. DE PUE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
ROBERT BURNS Lodge, No.
78, A. M. F.. Ancient and
Accepted Scottish Rite Uni
versal and . Symbolic Free
Masons meets first and, third
Monday evening in Morri
son's hall.- Visiting brother
T. A. Rankin.
R. W. M.
in eouatry tban-li otbr auiaaa 9m
toatlMC - and unlit ,t!. ist (r mn
wan auppoottil to' be Inrurabl. l'or a
(Teat niituy year doctun pi'vuouneod It a
1ic diaM aud preacrilied local rent
dlrs, and by constantly failing; to cure -
ahle. 8-leiya liaa provt-u t'atarrh to be
constitutional dlaeaa, and tliwefore r
auir cotnttltuilonai linalmeut. Hair
Catarrh Cm, nianufut-turcd by F. J.
t'litmvy & Co., Toledo, Ohio, la tha only '
CoiiBiitutional cure on tli market. It la
tako inlorimlly. It arts'dirtly on the
blood and Miucous aurfai-ea of thu aystem.
Thy offer one hundred dollars for any
en It falls to cure. Bend for circular
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