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THURSDAY. OCTOllKR 28, 1!K!0
Teacher: "What does A. I), stand ft
"Some paper b'g sh New Yor'i Sneei
Edited by Henry I. Hunk anil Liny McCusa
and Mrs. C It. Lumar. Mr. Latunr,
ING FOR BASKETBALL ho h" ,,w.n n,k,n, Uk"" vx
.Mmnenpous im uii' ium mi' )i'i5,
says that "Oregon and the William
ette valley certainly looks good to
me.' While he lived for a number
of j cars during his lio.vhood at Mod
ford he t-tllls tails Springfield his
home and is glad to return for a vloit.
After u stay of a week here he will
ATHLETES START TRAIN-
Notice! Basket Ball NTers, Notice!
Haskct bull will start early this
reason. Arrnnpements are being
made for a hall and the hoys are
training already. The manual train
ing room at the Lincoln building l
ha remodeled and cnhirred for this
purpose. About $200 will be spent K on ,0 '"l wi" vi"!t
to start the S. II. S. atheietlcs th s
year and we want every one to attend
the games and cheer for S. H. S.
Comical Comics Coming
The freshmen class will entertain
relative in San Jose and I.oa Angeles.
riease remember that there are
several oilier students who enjoy
.v. ..j . .k using the school mirror, besides
liir rtM ui mt. Muuruis iicai tijoiii i
vith a play. We sincerely hope that , yourself.
arorv rnminllon In tho frrttth class hii ! HOW They Ask!
a chance to exhaust some of the h.-" Please, ma'am
comical stuff he has been trying to , understand the question
peddle around the school since we
opened In September.
I did not
"Give ine Che questioa i
"DOGGONE THOSE FEL
LOWS." SAY FRESHMEN
Junior "I don't get you
Krosh (after pondering for a while):
I don't know but mayhs It nicnm '
Teacher: "What period In history
was the hardest?" Stone ago.
Neighbor: "Your son Vern Is pur-,
suing his sHidles In high school Isn't1
Mr. Klef: "I guess so. ho's always
behind." . j
i Latest Excuss ;
Farmer: "lley there! How come
yo to bo In my apple tree?" '
Student: "I'lease mister. I fell out
, of nu airplane."
I In Algebra
j Mrs. Carpenter: (after a lengjnv
ex'lanatioit Nfv we pet N
oniaW O." ,
M. S.: "lice, all that oik for
Father: "Well, my son. what did
you learn in school today?" j
I Son: "The names of all the girls. "
) Something has happened to the
fifth period science class as they
assembled very quietly last Monday.
"Teat her" !s said to be slowly rccov-,
erlng from the si hock.
The favorite etpresslon of the
science rla.-s Is. "It should have, but
In English V Class
Miss Porfltnger: "Hiing paper and
pencil to class ton.morrow as we are
going to have nn examination." ,
The Junior and Senior Girls' Song
the Honnie lies under the nuto.
My Iiotu.ie swears under the car.
Please send to tho garage for some-
"Doggone those fellows' Is
freshruens slogan; Its slightly veird
and long drawn out, but it contains
the right idea. Thev have doubtless (,lp-
accepted this slogan on account of
its frequent application about the aro
school: for Instance, the other dry
eome frosh were surrounded by the A Cood Motto
walls of th- wood "lied, with the aid T,'!'n r.i : InT.- into victory;
For 'tis lonesome up here where I
I. Jl't let nur courage
At. a if you get a l-:iion.
of some ki::d nj per classmen. Ami
as in vo d; vs of old. when haror.s
dark and b .Id rved to se the cas- Jii-t :ke t'.e lemon ai l!
ties. likw'.e ! d the noble frosh.
with thi-i- difference, they besciged ft
from within. Chic McPlu-rson led
the nnMi band (r-f fro-h an in it
r-y in"h th. y l-a'fered down the doors,
wild ivi'h anxif'y to get out and let
If you're a i i es'.iman cn i n nnd new,
And tveiybody laughs at you.
Ju-t hold up .lour lie.nl and keep
the gep'le water of the pump trickle And go about as though you own tl.e
down their noble b-ows bo it was, school;
"Dnpgme those fellows!" Talk and laugh wish all the re-d.
A few eves ago some "ramhunchers" ' "ust cheerful and do your best;
Juniors, with high ambitions to do Tr to 8miI when you get blue,
something heroic in th eyes of the' And take thy teacher's scoldings
Junior Girl's Motto
; I love Its giddy gurgle,
I I love Its ebb and flow,
I love to wind my tongue up
: And then let It go.
I TEACHER'S THEORY
Little moiiHle. naughty timu '.
t'ue n'flit went a hntitlic
i Away fiiirii nana's lor M v call
And fn.aniina's j ! ; . n 1 1 pie- f ';
I. Vie other cre:'t -h.'s ro'urli.g "M.
1 And carina nam h: for t-, id!
. f .i !' Illoes'i. f. !!'.; if ! i dl' i- '
! li.-b'e a wire l:Mpd.v
Jl.'gll sch'M.i) ?t:d-i:'s jdai e-! .f !'. r
i To b-arn the c'iv in!-a-y
Of any mouse C: :t ha- i . ' ". r.
And taVe no'f ". ' rt 1 . ii .! r v ;
Put niU? hi. f rot it,,, nj "er t; 'fd
Kxtra jiair tif pants VU.VM with a stilt onhT.
a suit ir iioihcs at i." ri:u cr;.T off.
A raincoat at HALF I'ltlt'K If onlrnI wilh a nuit. ami not
Including oxtra pair vt pants.
A raincoat at 1 l'KIt t'KNT OFF if ordorctl Kindly.
NEW STYLES AND NEW FABRICS.
ROOM ONE. OVER BELL THEATRE
3. The Companion Home Calendar
aii tiie niioe f r :.:.o.
t Mel-air M,.K.ii. f'i- t!i::i. fi.r.'i
r!n' im..'ill l l.i h'oii nuthorl'y.
i.eblli ui i-aix for only $1 f.n,
'i I IK Vui '1 ii .: I'liMI'WIoN
The enamel of the teeth Is not
: eiHt!e. It Is I OIIIJ lined entirely
iif the bilts of lime, shaped Int9
in 1 1 ro"i opie rods that are hound
togi-ther bv u natural cein'iit. The
rods all point toward the center, like
the brliks 111 an arch. Kiiaimd Is
the nimor iil.'te of u looib; wlo-n the t "oi anion .It !i Ae t. '.'I Ton! St,
decay get through lb'- lit nor it I! .i, u. bin tt' -t
rem lies tb" ends of the tiny ttbr-f Ve-A ..ui. id-tfif r- . iv.-d .it this
fiiou the lorve that lad! it- thnatgh ol.'oi-
tt..- Poly of I i. . i ti i ...
It i i here that vou c ' tli.it firs' ' C !5lf
h.irp la I. thai lelU tb-." In.ii'l- i " 'iKv 'taif. Ja, the name
, ' , , , a oM w Hi a w.if.-ry ilo.ihaiK.j
nlo.i i, trieihb' rli.it oi.ly one s. 'i , lw, ...,,, ,,,,...
Of Kiovo Ktmlenfs good In'enCnns. ,..., ,,,,,. i- d-lay. V,.ar I. .!, m.:V , ,). -tlp when yot
Th'dr game near J . i t 1 eV"iy '!.'!
!-'a ' 1" g tea. he r's ra t i oris J
Tli" soj I ii'ii'i'i called .1 t".ee''n;'
Monday evtriircr after school ia Mr;.
h ive a i .11 Per ' at i asoil when
grip !s pr'a!eni n hlmubl go to
led li'i .. 'i f ou fe'd that Villi nre
t 1 1, i n i old in d ttv in bed until
Win II It colli' to being a 'g.'id f,aiv ow-i.d uboh fboiild nut lut
are too vabi.ible
"A COOD PnOVIOEIt"
frosh, risked life and happiness to'
climb up to the top of the lofty bicycle Stick by your lesons all through the
ehed w hich carves Its form in tho j ia-v-
skyline- In tho high school district' And don't turn around to whisper
and painted "22" on its crest Agal ; a"(1 I'lJ"
e hear, now and then, from all cor- Clet y"ur Latin, and your Knglish, too.
Tiers of the study ha!l. the scraping And don't give up, but Ju.-t go
voice of a frosh,
fellows ! "
SAYS OREGON LOOKS
MIGHTY GOOD TO HIM
After an absence of five years c.
Kay Lamar returned to Siirirvfidl
Sunday to vis't with li - parent. Mr.
Keep out of trouble with the rest.
Show your "pep'' nnd do your
And if you keep up at thl-i rat".
You'll soon be a senior and h'tad
( "a r i liter's room. The meeting w-s ,,,, .,, vMiubl in-l- h.nt- long If -ai .i. - Ch.n -ibei d.iln's CkurIi
calb-d to ori. r and M irgat.-t Me yi U rni,iinr lia-l. Lb-raJIv f..r U- ic-dy 'l br !a-. In lad now is
Klhaney t.s r-P-, ,e, clnb r-po-cr. family. The famllv Is entitled lo ,""'r ,!,,in, H J""'r ""'
A committee was J-elect.-d to look pMM, wli...-on.e lo .d tint t. lp SUMMONS
for a jdav for the ; otdioi'ioi nf-r , ,,lUt. I , . ,. ,
In l'i" t In Hit t unit of the Stuto of
nlnmenf. jt jrt .,,,. w,t, r. id : g II I t ,f.,.n tor Lane County.
The class cVm. violets . be 'heir r,..H'ig pie.,..-, s-u . h-,i".-k i'- mvi I )..! J. I'.'-n Jainln. pl.i'n'iff. V
fiow.-r. VioJ.-H aie (-mail bnt or j, ,,,,,. ..,,..,1 ,.-o'ini' '!'!. ''! n':i l !' aij.uinii, d.-rend.Hit
s w 1 e t .
Will vi.nr s'ory mal; im li'ic',"
'i-vi r mind nbont vour '!!.
I? It's worth tlio v.hll",
,Vi;-! wid make Co- reader mii
y -.1 i -.!
FOR SPRINCFIELD CITY OFFICIALS
To U- '(A(' Upon Novcnibor 2, lJji'O
i: .-' . i: it. .. i . i i i ,!. f . nil;, nt
Vo.ilir C..l,i;.l.'. : the P. ' of , . , r j. t'j. t , i of Ore-
' i'.-,o'.ing for a'! w y i:: :i 1 ei y,, h. i.-i i -aii':-d to up-
i vry age, I1'.' In an to He- i oinni.iliit libel
.ndMco- e..,,-..s. !. , .,,' .! ! :.: t 'n fl- et.ox . entiU..
. . ; '!l II ! ij V . k- f- ''!! tin. l.l
v " n ' "' ' I ' ';'! ..-,!. ,: : , ' : - ,. ..f tbP. Hum-
, a f-aiiiplo. ii, .in- , and If you fail to answer for
I Tin: Youth's Ciuiij-an :o:i h.i -. long v. ant thei.-i-f, i!n- p!;-.'ii!ff will take
e cea-ed lo provld. for -"louth" 'b i r- as pr.iyeil for In tin; coin pin Int
ei- Hiiving ine n,;iiiiu--- rn1111.11 i iiu'y
alone. It has. b.coiin- lie- favorite
e ting I .-tw.-cii the pl.ilnLlf and tho
tJIv It' d I'rocti-r McCee, M I). )I)S )
alMlie fj'inlly w kly of Ain -U t ' ,,.f,.H;,'i.
Its natne -i a m'M.oo.er, but is re-: This hi. in liion -i (s iiilisbi'd by older
mined or the u ntlim-nt it has gn,. of the lion. i. I'. SUIpwortb, judge of
1.. j, i, till,-1 eniirl rn,l Ihnt
...i I- I I.-., .1 U '"" ""' '""V"
I" I . It'll III AIIU'I II ill! imill' - 1 lllMHIil
FOU MAYOR to st.-rve two yours
001 M. C. HRKSSLEK Uy petilion
FOR COUNCILMAN to serve four years. Vote for two
C04 CARL. E. FISCHER Uy petition
G05 J. W. COFFIN Uy petitioti
FOR COUNCILMAN to serve two years. Vote for two
C07 M. W. WERER By petition
008 O. II. JARRETT Ry petition
FOR RECORDER to serve two years
CIO R. W. SMITH Uy petition
FO RTREASURER to serve two years
Cll O. B. KES.SEY
the Mini order Is dated the Mh day
Its t-ervl e id every g". I f Cclolnr. I 'CO. coiiiiiinuillni; Ibis
FIRST STAGE OF THE DECAY OF f"r 11 v,'"r "f W "' ' '"''""; ' 1"'',"',1.,,:.,J, f,"r ?
but tills price not giliit';iliteei lievoni '"- .-in no,' ...r-r.,
. f'priiigfb-ld, On rmi, ami Ihfit the duto
.January 1, next. (if fl.: ,,,,, ,.,,, j,,,, ,H ,,, 7th ,ny
1L- I 11 . .. . 1fl'1 1. ill I . ... . -
(Hi. and H.iu.er were left from oi" l"M""1""" ' or ilclotier l!i.:U ami Inn onto or llio
cidve: MM pulilleatlim lii (he IS day or Nov-
1. The Youth's ComplUllon f,2 lnHlleS ember, 1!C0.
U. M. I HA V 13,
Attorney fur plaintiff, Eugene, Ore.
If your knife and fork, spoon, pla'.e,
tin: 1 to another without thorough
wa-hing. vou would change your
botTdlec; house. I 1,1
2. All lernaiiilnif weeny l'Jtt ihhucs.
I!ut why ho particular about outnldo
matters unless you thoroiiKhly b-anse
your own moutW after each meal?
When food is allowed to pack be
tween and around the teeth, carlex, ir
decay, hh it Ib commonly called, getn
a Rood start. The packed food do
compoHes and fermentfl, thl makes
the bacteria happy bo they all move
, Ah the bacteria (?et8 nettled upon
the enameled Burfaco of the teeth,
they cover themselves with a coating
called a (gelatinous plaque. Under
thin protective covering the bacteria
grow unless they are removed by
Decay of the teeth, carles, Is a
disease Just the same as. tuberculosis
or measles Is a disease. In this
disease the hardest tisane of the body
Tho bacteria of decay are really
tiny plants. They live and die as
other plants do and when they die,
they decompose and fermont, forming
an add. This acid, In Its fresh state,
will dissolve the enamel of the tooth
a very little at a time at first, but
the further In the bacteria get, the
more rapidly they work.
"Perhaps You Don't Know"
says the Good Judge
I low long a little of
the Real Tobacco
Chew will last.
Nor how much gen-
uine chewing satisfac
tion the full, rich real
tobdeco taste will give.
Ask any man who uses
the Real Tobacco Chew.
He will tell you that
this class of tobacco
will give more satisfac
tionand at less cost
than the ordinary kind.
Put up in two styles
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
i. .; j-.i.u-.- v.-. MmAt i a.