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THURSDAY, KKimiJAIlY 17, 1921.
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
LOST AND FOUND
Published Every Thursday at Springfield. Lane County, Oregon, by
FREELAND A HENDERSON
Entered at tho rostofflce at Springfield. Oregon, aa Second-class Matter,
February II. 1903.
One. Year $300 Three Months 60c
Six Montha f 1 00 Single Copy 6c
On Taar, When Paid In Advance. - -
YOUR RIGHTS IN YOUR HOME
trees In (he parking; shrubs and
flowers for the porch and yard?
tk. riah of th neonle to bs secure A few fruit trees ana oerries are j
In their persons, houses, paper and j easily grown and are profitable as
effects against unreasonable searches j well as making the place more hom-
and aiexur shall not be violated: and i like. I do not believe any on evr
no warrant shall issue but upon proo-j made a pretty garden but someone
able cause, supported by oath and at-j else was tempted to go and do llke
firmatlon and paiticlarV describing , wise.
tk. nir ta h rehfd and the oer-1 There Is no town but has some
sons or things to be seiied. j point of beauty that may be empha-j
Not every citlxen knows that the ! tmproveu. Ana a tew any
above clause guaranteeing th sancl-;"t haTe "nw def'u lhal n,,ht
lty of his person and his home, has : iwn or renuereu unnouce.o.e.
,K.n . h.mJr.H vm 1 Where can you find a town that 1 as
T1NTINO and general painting. Crus-
berg. 9th U streets. Phone 137 H.
Ft) RIM and Chevrolcts painted" $25.
Springfield Auto Paint a top, Phone
137 R. tf.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
V wvvsvv , lyuuu ifi -i -ii-iAji -n. r 1
FOR SALK. Spilt maple wood. $1,"
a cord delivered In Spt ingdeld.
Phone II. Dennis Cyr. tf
FOR SAM- Oood, soiled potato
fl.00 per hunderd at bin; ft. 10
delivered In Springfield. Phone
121 R. It. It. Oldham, West Spring
WOOD FOR SALE All Mini a .f
wood , o:ik. ash. m::ple ami fir.'
Immediate delivery. phone 147 J'
Max O. C.roen. Springfield, tf. 1
been for more than a hundred yearn .
a part of th bill of rights, of the Pettier location, surrounded by
constitution of the United States. that delight the eyes at any
I - 1. . . . A k. 1 ..
Not everv one knows that it Is r- '"on m u,c r' i",u'' "
in rnnsiitution of Orecon. I unsually kind
In almost the same language.
Go to 11. K. Pitta' cabinet shop,:
corner Fourth and C streets, for your j
Srnitary Butter Mold, kitchen cabi-i
Inrli kllrhan K1na l'..tl.K k. '
fast tables and general cabinet work. I
Not every police" officer knows it.
or. If he knows, respects U. Two,
policemen not long since invaded
the borne of an Italian family In
Portland, on the shabby excuse that
they suspected the presence there of
Illicit liquor. Theyhad no searca
warrant; they saw no evidence of
crime at the moment, calling for their
presence. Ttey did it because they
could. They found no liquor illicit
or otherwise; but, whether they dis
covered It or not. their action in the
circumstances w'as indefensible anj
Every American cltixen, every
other person, having a home in this
free United States, should know thatj
the law will uphold him in defending
It at any tazard. een to the death ot
the invader apainst uninvited or un
desired entrance by any one who is
not clearly able at the time to estab-j
lish his right there. No one has a j
right within because lx wears a uni-!
form: he can enter only upon ths !
to Springfield. This
is the natural geteway to the wonder
ful Willamette and McKeni'e rivers
aud Cascade mountains known and
visited by thousands ot people from
all over the United States every
year. Nature made it beautiful her
and man has made disfiguring marks
which mars and destroys the pleasure
in natural beauty.
Now let's give the old town such h
cleaning and dressing up that every
one passig t tiro ugh Sprigtield in
1921 will say something to the credit
of the people living here. We may
be "want of gtvase" but let us not bo
scant of civic pride.
WANTF.D Art Glass repairing?
Latnps, windows, et Drop card
to W. I). La Vine, Motor Route ,,B",
Kugene, Ore. j
That wo nre hero to make good. V nro going to
serve this community by manufacturing quality products
here at homo.
lct ur help you by you aklng for our products every
sack Is absolutely guaranteed.
Ask your grocer for:
NOXALL blended FLOUR
FLOUR and SPRINGFIELD FEEDS
Mrs. O. B. Kessey entertained the
Kessir.gton Club at her honiv on Fifth
street Friday afternoon. The rooms
authority of a search warrant properly : were decorated w ill violets amid their
Issued by proper authority upon Kreen leaves eacn guest receiving a
meeting and the regular sewing,
dlanty two course lunct was served.
Tho next meeting will be with Mrs.
I K. Basford. February 23.
Those present were: Mrs. Wm.
Donaldson. Mrs. Norman Howard.
Mrs. I. 1) Irlmer, Mrs. I.. K. KuaforJ1
Mrs. J. M. Wtthrop, Mr II. II Fie.-!
bind, aud Mr. Trubvrt Henderson. '
who was n tislior of the dub. j
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver were;
tie hosts at an enjoyable evening
i February 12. p-nt In 600. High,
I honors Ml to Mrs Ctrl Peterso.i . ;
jl-nte In the evening a lovely lunch!
was s.rved. The guests were: Mr. '
and Mrs. Harold Wagnr of Fugenc, '
Mr. and Mrs. lieu Skinner. Mr. and
.Mrs. tail Peterson. Mr. aud Mrs..
Trubert Henderson, Mr. and Mrs1
Howard Freeland. and Mr. Skinner.
SPRINGFIELD MILL AND
Do you know
you can roll
one bag of
I bunch of violets as a favor. Mr.
Tke American law Is not for peep-: Moore gave a vocal number that was
Ing toms or prying policeman. It la for enjoyed by all. A dainty lunch waa
the American family. The head of 'served by the hostess.
th American family will hardly be; Ulub members present were:
worthy of hia .constitutional endow-! Mesdames Anna Knox. F. Breasler.
ment as a free citizen if he Is not';C. A. Swartx. J. W. Coffin. C. .
prepared to defend his home at aar Wheaton. E. Sutton. J. W. Moore, II.
time at any cost
trader. Oregon lan.
against any in-
OUR OPEN F0HI
To the Editor:
Just a few weeks and spring in all
It's glorious beauty will be with us.
Mow many lave their plans made for
a prettier yard this year by planting ' Friday afternoon
W Whitney. J. Conway. N. W. Emery.
S. R. Dipple, Miss Margarette Morris
Misa Edna S warts. Special guests
were: Mrs. W. .V. Long, Mrs. A. V.
McKiniie, Mrs. D. Crttes.
Mrs. Anna Knox will be hostess to
the Club February 25. She requests
all the members to be present.
The Priacilla club was entertained
at the home of Mrs. JoJin Tomsetn
After a business
IF ITS MADE OF WOOD,
WE WILL MAKE IT
Truck and Trailer Bodies Built
Furniture repaired, step ladders and fruit ladders made
GENERAL CONTRACTING AND REBUILDING
BULEY & ELLISON
Chamberlain's Tablets Tor Indigestion
"The tilt ex t Uinl I'leitHuliteol lllf'1
nine I Intve used for IliillKexlliitl ain
fount 1 atloii h Cliitinlierlalli's Tub'
lets." writes Melut.l F. Crnlg. M!d.ll)
tJrove. N. Y. They work like it iluirni
and do not f ripe ur leave uny un
The 4L Coiiitnunlty Club enter
tained with thirteen UbW-s of card'
Monday evening In the Morrison Hall. '
Jhe hall was gaily decorated In red '
hearts and cupids and rtd Htreamern '
divided the hall into two iwrt.v On i
the one side tie game being Pedio'
and on the other 600. Honors fell to
Mrs. Hagert Kugene, and J. J. Hryan ' '
In the pedro game and to Mrs. J. E. j Terv Jol,y party in the Woodman
Edwards and H. B. Freeland in p" Wednesday night. February 5.
COO. Those not playing cards spent The guests came dressed as school
the evening visiting and around the !rl "! carried thHr lunches in
piano. A lovely JtincJi consisting cf hrlght tin palls. The entertainment
pimiento sandwiches, pickles, marnn-'took t,,e tornx n oltl ,llu" village
mallow pudding, cake and coffee was t l with Mm. Castell as teacher
serred by the'younger girls aud waajTne "pupils" responded to role call
much enjoyed by all. Besides mem- nursery rhyme. At "rece''
bors of the 3 and 4L's a large number (time tbey all Joined In pla)ing drop
of friends of th two organizations ! he handkerchief. Virginia reel, and
were invited for the evening, every-!olher Mines,
one of wtom Join in extending the;
Community Club a most hearty ap-
entertained 1 er
preciation for a very good time,
Have You a Goitre?
THE ELECTRO MEDICATED INHALATORIUM
does not use tl;e knife to remove a goitre, therefore we do
away with all the dangers of an operation. We give no
strong medicines, but our treatments are simple and free
from pain. We do not stop you from your daily work.
We Also Treat
BAD COUGHS AND COLDS, CATARRH. SKIN DISEASES
OF ALL KINDS, AND RHEUMATISM.
llring this afl and get one treatment free, and learn
our way of treating.
OVER MONARCH CAFETERIA
Sunday school cluse of tho Methodmt
church Saturday night with a party.
The Neighbors of Woodcraft gave Tho class Is cornpoaed of boys and
girls about tho age of 18 years, 18 of
whom wero present. Tho evening
was spent In music and gameg und
refreshments were nerved at a late
Poll'l fuiicet to Ifinl the News want
ads, they may prove t value to you.
ont of our bent
ound out you
se Oregon grown fruit.
ever despise delicious a
at prunes ev-ry day for
Chester Itlce of Myrtle Creek Is
visiting at the home of Leslie Jackson
of this city for a few days,
he h:t bought.
William Devlne' of Jasper, was a
Springfield visitor Sunday.
Ernest Steuer of Wendllng was In
town Saturday night.
rve prunes and telp homo
PRUNES help PRUNE
your living yxpviises
The Bank for Everybody
Hvad all stuffed up
Kyes red and water)
You fei'l miserable u 11 over
You haw a had told
You want to get rid of It
The sooner the heter.
L A X A C O L D....25c
Prompt Gentle Kfflcat lous
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"Once a Trial Always Nyal"
In the Circuit Court of the Htate
of Oregon for Lane county.
K. W. Franklin, plaintiff, vs. J.
Cameron, sighed. Jerhnlah Camer
To J. Catmrni s'gned Jerlmlah
Cameron, the above numed defendant:
lu the name of the State of Oregon:
You are hereby summoned to be and
appear In the above entitled court
and suit and answer tho complaint
of the plaintiff filed against you with
in six weeks from the date of (be
first publication of this summons
to-wit; Juuusry 27, 1921, and If you
so fal to answer for want thereof,
plaintiff will take judgment against
you for the sum of $150. with Interest
since January 6th 1919 at the rate
of eight per cent per annum, for the
sum of $4 01 taxes, and the sum of
$30 attorney fees; and for a decree
foreclosing the mortgage executed by
you to plaintiff upon the real pro
perty described as lot 9 block 23.
Fralier and Hylands addition to
Kugene, Oregon, aud for costs of this
suit, and for ful relief. This sum
mons. Is servetl upotj you by publi
cation lu the (Springfield News, a
newspaper published In Springfield,
Lane county, Oregon, by order of the
Hon. O. F. Sklpwortht Judge of above
court for six consecutive weeks;
order being made and entered of re
cord January 25, 1921. lhite of first
nihli a t on us n i-m t itled by mild
order Is January 27( 1921, and last
date. March 10, 1921. '
C. M. KISSINOKIt. attorney for
I'laHilirr, Kugene Oregon.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notlco is hereby glven( that the
undefi'gned Administrator of tho
estate of Kleunor W. Moore, deceased,
has iv rdi red and filed In the County
Court of the Slate of Oregon for tho
County of I.aue his final uccount, and
said Court has. by un order duly
mail' u tnl entered, fixed and appoint
ed .Saturday March 5th 1921 at tho
hour of 10 o'clock In tho forenoon
at the County Court room In Kugeno,
Ori-non us tho day. time and placn
for hearing and determining Hu ob
jections to said final account und the
M'ttlem.-nt of said estate
All objections to said final account
must b. in writing and filed with th
C.leik of said Court on or before said
day aud time.
Dated February 2nd 1921
C. E. LYON,
Admliilstiator of the estate of
F.ltMinor W. Moore, deceased.
Frank A. D.Puo, attorney for Administrator.