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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 17, 1921)
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TTTO RPRINOFTFTJ) NTCW3
2 1-2 HOURS of
"BURSTS of BUNK"
Reserved Seats Guranteed 35c
General Admission 25c
RESERVED SEATS at EGGIMANS
P. S. S. H. S Orchestra WillPlay
Charlie Hun bins Ins a frosh to look
after him to school and buck home.
' Sho wears n red coat.
! V heard a little rrosh girl say. "1
llk 'Divine thing"
I Lul K.I w aril has ''Something" to
.carry her books to school nowadays.
CotUgt Grove -Sprlngflald
IARt Saturday evening Cottage
Grove high school defeated 8. II. S.
6S to 17. Tit local bora played a
fast game the first half but In the. (
second half the "spirit" itemed to!
j have passed on. At tho end of the j
' first half the score, waa 18 to 19 In
I favor of Cottage drove. The visitors'
have made A tour of Southern Oregon !
this is their first victory one thlnj;
we ran say la, t try have'nt anything;
on Springfield whn It comes to lining j
up victories. It was a clean game, i
both schools are. satisfied. j
R. II. S. lost both debates, here and
In Kug?ne. Both teams representing
S. H. S. did exceedingly well consider
ing the teams they debated. Kugene
teams made a brilliant showing and
also th University high. Springfield
had many handicaps, such as lack of
material and lack of enthusiasm
among the students to help. But
after considering all these things, we
can only hope that others will protlt
by the efforta put forth by the teams
so that a debating team will be na
popular as athletic.
They Appeal To Our 'ympathlea j
The bilious and dyspeptic are con-'
atant suffers and appeal to our syi )-1
pathiea. Many such, however, have 1
been completely restored to health
by the use of Chumberla'.n'a Tablets. '
These tablets strengthen the stom-'
arh. Invigorate the liver and Improve
the indigestion. They alao cause u
gentle movement of the boweK
When you have any trruble wltn
your stomach, give them a trial.
"FV the Gossip Hound"
This little section seems to stir no
quite a bit of angr Just that kind
of anger that shows they're pleased,
but well have to overlook that now
Hawkshaw Halsey struck upon an
idea of advertising his line of work.
Mister Hawkshaw sent a number of
valentines to a few young ladles,
whom he thought mlgtt likely need
"Oh, let me pluck a rose from
. amongst this group," Quote Hesse v.
"Afore nothing is left but the thorns."
The Frosh have Kessey on the Jump
Miss Lola Crabtree says she's
going to write a letter to Santa Claua
VULCANIZING AS EXPLAINED
BY THE U. 8. RUBBER CO.
Vulcanising la a term frequently
used by motorists, yet one not gener-
The Store of Bargains
. GROCERY SPECIALS
14 lbs. Pure Cane Sugar for $1,00, with Every $5.00
Macaroni, 4-lbB. special 25
Coffee, 3-lbs. special $1.00
Large Cottolenc, special 1.50
Folger8' coffee, 3-lbs. special 1.20
Tomatoes, per can 10
Argo corn starch. 3 pkgs 25
Carnation milk, tall, 2 cans, 25c; enno 0.75
Post Toastlcs, per pkg. 12
HrooniB, , 69
Dairy salt, B0-lb. sack 79
Stock Bait, CO-lb. sack 65
Table salt, 50-lb. sack 95
Lemons, per doz 25
Men's Wear Dept.
$45 and $S0 men's suits $31.85
$15 and $18 boy's suits . 9.85
$25 and $30 overcoats . . 14.85
$10 and $12 Mack, coats 6.85
lant8, 1-3 off
Underwear -. . . at cost
$1.50 and $1.75 work shirt $1.05
75c and $1 woolen box . . . ,49c
$4 and $4.50 flannel shirts $2.85
$4.50 and $5 hats $2.89
Ladies' shoes at cost
All rain goods will sell at coat
Outing flannel 29c
Laces, embroidery, '2 prlc
LHJanketH at big reduction
75c Indies' hose 35c
3 pairs for . $1.00
Cotton gloves 2 pr. for26c
W give Red Stamps.. .That means 2 extra
aexond. In the cost of adequate super
vision to make aure that materials
are not spoiled during the process.
next year asking for soineUing to ally understood. To nearly everyone
take her to shows and buy her candy, it has a mental association with tire
Mister Thomas Brattian aays ihat repair shops, bgcauM the world ap- To Illustrate the necessity of this
the little aricle in last weeks lssui pears prominently on the signs our supervision It la necessary only ta
about him has helped bim greaty. o many of these establlstments. point out that a single drop of mols-
Leonal Vorls can be found at the; This association of Ideas la so strong ure n the rubber or fabric will when
uiu.siauu, a ana om iiretu uivsi y i
to this. eh. Mabel?
, Elory N'innis (Ninny) is still toldinff
his nose to the grindstone.
Misses Crystal Bryan and Mabel
Humphery kindly requested that their
names be left out of this section,
nothing more will be said.
Beany Perkins haa had no more
assaults from the "large Frosh."
Something new has
vulcanization la the tire, la subjected to heat In the
"Cne-Eleven ' E
i Fifth Avenut NtwYorh If
that many believe
people won't catch on 'only another name for a tire repair, vulcaniser, turn to steam and eipand
But vulcanisation has not so into a "blister" that will ruin the
limited a meaning as that It Is the tire's saieablllty.
process on which the whole, rubber Tiro building Is noV a hap-natara.
industry of tb world rests. Every easily acquired art It requires ln
article of rubber manufacture that fini'e pains and ceastews vigilance,
enters Into the service of mankind Tf a tire Is Imperfect In any particular
has been vulcanlred. Whether it Is it cannot go on tie market except as
a teething ring or a tlrv, a hose pipo a second. In this factxirles of thi
?r a hot water bottle, n rubber bout fnltd States Rubber Company thle
developed, j or a K"'r ""N- " must hav passe I requirement for care at -very ste.
through the process of vulcanizaftoi. hns r.eltfil In ;ln fHtahllHliment or
Rubber manufacturers d'd not a r'gld system of Inspection so
always know how to vulcanize rabbet, complete that every operation is
Hefor the process wan discovered i ? fully ti i erv'ru-.l Uy ttniii't w
millions of dollars were sj.ent In this V1 en the tri goes into the vuUanlz. r
country in the, manufacture of rubber it Is as ierf. 't as h.rnut eyes mi l
goods that reached the market only h:imU c-in nirk It. Ko efflc'ent has
to prove unssitlafactory. ihlK FyTt rn hecomo that ;h numt.e-j
Vulcaniznt'on I generally snoken of t'". found to be Imrerfect !iJ
f)f among rubber manufacturers ns Mropveil to on av rug or 0119 m 1
tie "cur"." Many efforts have been thousnnd.
made to discover other lenH expensive
methods of curing rubber but thus far A Judicious Inquiry
without succ'hh. In every rubber! .A well known truvellng man who
factory u latrojiart of the couf cf visltn the drug trade, says he nas
.machinery and labor is applied to often beard dniRglsta ak a cuwomer
10 nuy ror a iiiii 0 .-mi
f for n child, they nlinont
recommend Clin tube rial it's
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Let as figure on that oast Job of
printing. We can save you money.
SANITATION, QUALITY PAIR
PRICES AND EPPICIENT
Our motto Is Tull measure,
full weight and honest goods
for your money, our aim U to
If we pleas you tel others.
If not tell us.
Fair and courteous treatment
prompt service to all.
Give us a call when in need
of anything in the grocery lln.i.
iteiillzli-K that humanity
liable to err. we stand ready
at all timcM so correct our mix
takes. White Front
WINZENREID & COMPANY
securing a proper cure. True, some i who wl'ibed
types or Hi!n goods hav been aucces.v , adult, and
fully vulcanized by the une of cherni- j invariably
cals In place of heat but the propor
tions of thene is very small.
In tfre manufacture the process of
vulcanization Is especially expensive.
Thitt operates in two ways, first, in
the coKt of tie operation itself, and
Cough It' inody. The reason f.;r
Is that they know there is 110 darker
from it and that It always cuiim.
There is ne the leant danger !ji
giving it and for colds, croup and
Whoplng cough It is unsurpassed.
.Hie sure way fo
4 FOOT AND 16 INCH
Fisher - Weber Wood Co.
Phone Springfield, 132w
Phone Eugene, 782
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AjM'- f lo to At Into J
w' M r.
, for every kind of
wer worn or sport
AJTOWER Ca JfOl
eSIABUSHCO Mt J
Catarrh in a local disease, frreatlj
influontfd by constitutional con
ditions. IIAMS CATAKiai
MEDICINE ia a Tonic and Rlood
Purifier. By doonsin? the blood end
building tip tho Sv4om, 'II A LI 3
CATAHRII MKDICINR reetorei
normal condition and allows NV
tere to do its' work.
All Druggist. Circuran free.
P. J. Cheney & Co., ToleJo, Okie.