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THE SPRINGFIELD NKWS
THUKSDAY, FKimiTAllY 24. 1D31.
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
Published Every Thursday at Springfield, Lane Cdunty, Oregon, by
FREELAND A HENDERSON
Entered at the Fostoffice at Springfield, Oregon, as Second class Matter,
February 84. 1903.
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LOST AND FOUND
Once again f lie has demonstrated its
power of destruction and once aga'n
has shown the necessity of an organi
sed combative power to subdue it.
With all credit due to the men who
SO to make an emergency fire fight
ing machine, the conflagration of l.yt
night has also demonstated the necov
sity to hasten the city of Springfield
to organize a fire-fighting machine
caaablo of handling the ever increas
ing danger of fire.
"It can't be done," say some.
."Impossible." say others.
"We tried it out" and "It won't
work," are the sentiments of otter.
To all of which we say: Co-opera-tin,
determination, combined with u
willingness of those who go to make
Tip a community, ran accomplish tl e
It makes no difference whath r
you own or rent your property you
have assumed an obligation to pro
tect it by virtue of being a part of th.
community in which you live.
The News Office will be diligent
and unrelenting in its effort to see
Springfield haw nn organized fire
department and in the near future will
outline a plan wholly cooperative.
We ask the "entire .support of the
community to those ends. Our doors
are open. Let us begin now.
REST CURE FOR BRINDELL
Robert P. Brindell, labor czar, has
rw -i l
REMEMBER to ask
your grocer for Cal
umet Baking Powder and be
sure that you get it the In
dianhead on theorangelabel.
Then forget 'about bake
day failures. For you will
never have any. Calumet
always produces the sweet
est and most palatable foods.
And now remember, you
always use l2ss than of most
other brands because it pos
sesses greater leavening strength.
TINT! NO paper lang'ng. general
j painting I'rusberg, th &. 11 streets
i Phone 1:1? R
FOR SALE OR TRADE
Fl)K S.U.E. Split "maple wood. $1T
a conl delivered in Springfield.
Phone U, IVnnls t'yr t;
FOIl S.IJ Good soiled pola(ts
fl.UO per hunderd at l!t; $1.10
delivered In Springfield. Phone
124 It. it. H. Oldham. West S;uliig.
SEED Corn for mile. iiiiUlr. of O.
It. Kesxey at Commerc af State bank.
Springfield. Feb 17.
WOOD FOR SALE All Mn.U (f
wood , o:k. ash, maple u: I fir.
Immediate delivery. plion.i H7 J
MtiX t). Green. SprinK.'eld. tf.
Oo to H. K. Pitts' cubltut shop"!
corner Fourth and C streets, for your1
Solitary Uutter Mold, kitchen cabi-1
nets, kitchen tables. English break-;
fast tables and general cabinet work. ;
WANTED Art Glass repairing
Lamps, windows, etc. l)to; card !
to W. I. taVine. Motor Route "li" i
Eugene, Ore. I
5T fr Tf rr
There is no waste. If a
recipe calls for one egg two
cups of flour half a cup of
milk that's all you use.
You never have to re-bake.
Contains only such ingre
dients as have been officially
approved by U. S. Food Authorities,
is the product of the largest, most
modern and sanitary Baking Pow
der Factories in existence.
Pound can of Calumet contains full
16 oz. Some baking powders come in
12 oz. instead of IHoz. cans. Iksi;re
you get a pound when you want it
4 cups sifted
flour, A level tea
Baki; g Powder,
1 tablespoon su
gar, 1 teaspoon
salt, 2 epgs, 2
cups of sweet
milk. Then mix
in the regular
MUSK-Mrs. Tucker. Phone 1070.
Not afraid of any disease.
WANTED A furnished house l
Springfield. Uood references.
Address. II. Vogt.
been convicted by He New York
Supreme Court affd sentenced to
prison for extortaUord Martin Lit
tleton, his attorney, has appealed lb?
case. "I will note an npp.al." said
ttat lawyer of his. "for there's many
a slip 'twlxt the sentence ai d prison "
However it Is believed that Hriudell
will get what Is coming to h'm. and
at least one government Investigation
will have resulted In the Jailing of a
grafter. Th's is the first conviction
arising out of the Lock wood com
mitee's exposures of tie wholesale x
tortion carried on by a ring of labor
leaders In the building Industry, h-ad
ed by Brindell. A millionaire builder
said to have been a member of tho
Tin, is now awaiting trial, anJ if he
is found guilty he should get a taste
of the same medicine. To fine him
would be a Joke. To fine any big
grafter Is a Joke, for It generally re
presents but a tithe of the amount of
which he has mulcted tie puKic.
Grafters become callous to fines and
fcrow to consider such punishment s
something In the nature of a license
to play their nefarious trad. s. Mak.
Ing little ones out of big ones U
something different agAn.
Can't lio learned from a book expeilfiice taunlil :
tho way to make good flour.
The miller that manufaettite
Northwest and Noxall
-avo lieen at f'e game over fifteen years and they are
using all their skilled knowledge in producing these lw
brands of flour. .
NORTHWEST mu-'o of Montana hard wheat.
NOXALL a blend of Montana and local wjjeat.
You should be loyal to home industries and always ask
for home products when ordering of yo"r dealer.
SPRINGFIELD MILL AND
for 10c from
one sack of
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
CALL FOR WARRANTS
Notice Is hereby given that I will
pay ali outstanding warrants Issued
by the Town of Springfield of the
General Fund up to and including No.
8239 and of the Street Improvement
Fund up to and including No. 82.18.
Interest to cease after Feb. 25 1921.
O. B. Kessey, Town Treasurer.
In the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon for Lane county.
K. W. Franklin, plaintiff, vs. J.
Cameron, sjgncd. Jerimiah Camer
To J. Canii ion s'gned Jerimiah
Have You a Goitre?
THE ELECTRO MEDICATED INHALATORIUM
does not use the 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.
Bring this ad and get one treatment free, and learn
our way of treating.
OVER MONARCH CAFETERIA
POOST OREGON GOODS
Prune week Is over and th.t
Industry received u good boost.
Lot us continue to boost it.
But let us not forget other
USE OREGON MADE GOODS
AND PRODUCTS they're better.
The Bank for Everybody
It may get dangerous. Get rid
of it before It developed a ser
Will help you. We guaranto !
"Once a Trial Always Nyal"
Cameron, (lie uloe named defendant:
III the 11 it mo of the State of Oregon:
You are hereby Humiiioiied to be and
appear In the hImivo entitled court
and suit and uuwcr the complaint
of the plaintiff fili d agitiuiit you with
in six weeks from the date of the
rirt ptililleatlon of thU kiiiiiiimhih(
tow It; January 27. l'JL'l. and if you
so fit 1 1 to answer for want thereof,
plaintiff Mill lake Judgment against
you for the hum of $ 1 50. with Interest
hlnco January 0th 1919 at the rate
of eight per cent per annum, for Out
sum of $4 01 taxes, mid the sum of
130 attorney fees; arid for a decree
foreclosing the mortgage executed by
you to pla'ntiff upon the real pro
perty described as lit 9 block 23.
Fraiser and I ly lands addition to
Eugene, Oregon, and for costs of this
su-lt. and for full relief. This sum
mons Is served upon you by publi
cation in the Springfield News,
newspaper published In Springfield.
Ijine county, Oregon, by order of th
lion. (I. F. Sklpworth( Judge of above
court for six consecutive weeks;
order being made and entered of re
cord January LTi, 1921. Date of first
;jiilil! n t on us pr-4tci Ibed by Mild
order I January 27 1 921, and last
date Man h 1ft. 1921. '
C. M KISSINGER, attorney for
Plaintiff, Eugene Oregon.
Tho News $1.75 In advance.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice Is hereby given that th
und'-.-'j'giied Administrator of tho
estate of Eleanor V. Moore, dceeasodt
has rerdi red and filed In the County
Court of the State of Oregon for tho
County of I.ane his final account, and
said Court has, by an order luiy
made uiid entered fixed and app.iint
ed Saturday March fith 1921 at Uio
hour of 10 o'clock In the forenoon
at the County Court room In Eugono,
Oregon as the day, time and place
for hearing and determining all ob
jections to Kald final account and tho
settlement of h : i lil estate
All objections to said final accoUDt
inuHi bo In writing and filed with the
Clerk of said Court on or before said
day und time.
Dated February 2nd 1921
C. E. LYON,
Administrator of tha estate of
Eleanor W. Moore, deceased.
Frank A. DePuo, attorney for Administrator.
Peacock Rock Spring
King and Aberdeen
Ranier Coal Co.
650 Willamette St. Eugene, Ore