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THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
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"" """ Portland tradeget We pay ratiirn potira.
esss-gas Palace Laundry Co. Portland, Oft.
BAB'S RESTA URANT u.? 2
1X- T Opn 7 a. m. to I a.m S jStarkJU.
e L Cafeteria
Page & Son
LIBERTY BONDS and UNLISTED
STOCKS ON ANY MARKET
Room with Bath
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.DO YOUR OWN PLASTERING
SWOLLEN (Varicose) VEINS
A rm painful and often rlangeroue. Our
iiap.l-woven-to.nl Klantte htoi'klnge, Bella
and liandaa-M alaa viva relief.
Fitters and Makers for Fifty-five Years
RatWartlon or Money Hark.
Sand for Itook and Haaaure Blank Today.
WOODARD, CLARKE & CO.
Aldar at Waat Park
RUBBER STAMPS and MARKINC
thing for '
FOOT LA WtatoO
PORTLAND RUG CO.
FLUFF and It AG KUOS a Specialty
OABFET CLRANINO, LAVINO ttUlMi)
1672-1674 East 17th Street
The Personal Wrttlnt
Machine. Wofrbt !
Krina ISO Do oaaa Included
Fold It Up Tk with Ym; Typewrilt Aajwlier.
E. W. TEASH 110 Sink, Portland, Ore.
Wrila for fold.r "Gu
Clen Haven Rest Home
BATTLE CREEK METHODS
Applied your physician
diiwUi. Tranaient pationU
J1S EAST TWENTV-KKillTH STREET .
Corner of AluVr
I'hone Eat 4222 1'ortlnnd. Orfiron
EetablUlied Twenty Years In I'ortland, Oregon
C. GEE WOS'
ROOT AND HERB REMEDIES
' Give Wonderful Results.
162 Flrtt Street
i maim I "1 mar
Arlaa Ikeae AarttaaMto.
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VAUuLyillt-Mt.Ko rnuiU rutia
Chant Proyram Sunday, Thursday
Malta Daily. Twice Nightly.
PaamWr Price. Batlooai Saliarday Math
DO VOU KNOW THAT THE ALDER BOTE
BO Alrlar Street. Portland. Onm.
Will rant yon a room for II. (W er day, or
with lialh for 11.(0 to tt.OO per dart
All Reputable furniture Dealer Ball
VENUS Hand-Made Shades
Carrlad In twenty.four beautiful en lor. Mounted
on HARTSHORN Hollars only. Aak your dealer.
AWNINO At SHADE CO., MFCS.
Siath street opposite The Oregonian and Al
der treet oppiite Meir dc Frank'. The Best
Ealing place in the City. The Fine! Coffee
and Pastry a Specialty.
Now In the time to market
cnjxina. We arc the pioneers
aa4 largest handlers of these
in the Northwest. Writs Us.
IIERKIN & RHODES, Inc.
Railway F.schange Builnlny.
NEW PERKINS HOTEL
Washington and Fifth St., Portland, Oregon
$1 UP PrwTtTlSath, $1.50 UP
WITH A HAMMER AND A SAW
PlaitcrValslhat Mil NotQack)
ASK POR SAMPLE AND INFORMATION.
The pleaeure of your trip to Port
land will depend upon the hotel you
rlecC Coay aurroundlnne, moderate
ratee, and the welcome you find in
your own home towa, await you at
Garage in Connection.
We Make Fluff Rugs From
Your Old Carpets
Rar Ruira, all aliea. Mall order prompt
Mug and carpeta ateam and dry cleaned.
I'hone or. write for price llat Bay aoila
Northwest Rug Co.
Ill B. Elfhth 8t
A Moderate Priced Hotel of Merit"
Rait Morrison Et, at Eait Blxth, the
Principal Kaat Bide Hotel. I minutes from
Hhopplnr l)ltrUt Four blocka front S. p.
Kaat bide HtaUon.
AUTO REPAIR PARTS
8end for free ratalcg
PISTONS PISTON PINS RINGS
Cyllmlw anl Crank Shnft Grindlnir. Auto
inutive Machine Work and Welilinn.
COOK. 4 GILL CO.. INC
11th and Burnable Kta.
Portland. Ore. l'hune: Itdwy.
Kx-AIr BI0UVICI5 mon we want n k""1
live reirfMt:iilutlve to linndle our publicity
nixl net voiihk iiu-n Intoi H(t'J In Ifuriiiiig
AVIATION. Muat be K.K-A1U Kci-vlie
man, puMHcHHlnir in'inoimllty ind )juninesa
ubillly. 'J'tilM In it ifocid paylnu; propoHl
t Ion fur the Fight parly. loii't nimwer
unluBM you aro lnpi-Htt?d In AVIATION.
1UTHKI0Y AIKCKAFT COUI.
105-7 North 11th Kt. Portluud, Ore.
Sixth end Hoyt BtreeU
Convenient to Doth Depot
Rooms 11.00 and up without Bata,
Rooms M OO and up with Bath.
ELBERT S. ROBE, Mgr.
DR. E. H. EAST
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON
Specialties! Goitres. Disease of Women
Office Morgan Uulldia- Portland, Ore.
Commercial Information furnished free
of charge. Cataloguee supplied and com.
merolal Inquirlee cheerfully anawsred.
Write any firm below I Do It nowj
Knife and' to pleatlnifJamiifiTcliTriiC
10r yd. liuttona covered. Kaalern Novelty
Mff. Co., ISVtJfirth street, Portland.
AfiKILt XTI'KAL IMPl.iCMKNTfl '
New and Hwrml hand Karm marhlnery and Inv
pWmmta. K. VMvTuum. Portland.
AHT LEATHER GOOD
Leather Lerrlne, Traveling Hat. Trunka,
Portland Leather Co., 22 Weahlngton.
Kast Bide Uoller Wks, aat Water 1 Malp
B NAZI NO, WE LO I NO CUTTING
Norlhweat Weldint Hupply Co., II lat Et
CLEANERS, TAILOR AND OVERS
Hpeclal attention riven to mall orders.
RKUAL TAILOUM, 127 North Blth Bt
Willamette Dairy, Buyer of Milk, Cream
and Et a We pay caah. 4l Union Jkv.N
oTegon Creamery for Esse, Cream UOir73
Dr. Augusta K. Clesse, 601 Dekum Bldf.
CUT FLOWERS aV rLbRAL DESIGNS
Clarke Bros., Florists, 217 Morrison BL
OANCINO EVERY NOON aV EVENINO
Orlsntal Cafe. Chinese-American Kitchen
Corner Hroadway and Wash. I'ORTLAND
K. E. Karlson Co.,tl Bumatde gt
ENGRAVED WEDDING INVITATIONS
Irwln-ilodaon, Btatlonera, Portland, Ore.
Oevereaui Mrtrtgage Co., 17 th Bt
FLOWERS FOR ANY OCCASION
Geo. Bets Bon, 7 WllUams Ave.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKf
CommerclaMron Works, 7th Madison.
GARAGES AND AUTO REPAIRING
MuTlh'omah'iroTerTJar'aa'eTld and Ahkeny.
CnmmTclniCJarre. K. 11th and tluaMe"
GUARANTEED REBUILT MA(HIrJ
Oregon Typewriter Co., D4-A ath Mt
H ARDWOOD FLOORING
Elaman Hardwood Floor CO; IS E Wash.
Oak-reaf Hardwood Floor Co.," 221 E.
76th BtN. Floors electric sanded, ,
rSiiat Hide Hardwood Floor Co., Jnci, 410
Hemstltchlno, Buttons Covered, Plaiting
B. P. Hanborn, 241 Alder Bt
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD
Montgomery K tables, SaO1 Front St
MTHE TAILOR. Buiu cleaned, fU6
We cay return i'osUMre.
104 Fourth St. r-ortland. Ore
MFCS. OF VULCANIZED ROOF PAINT
New roofs and repairing don. Young
antf Woods, 1103 K. Carutliers Kt
HirUidny horoscope. Questions answer
ed by mall, $1. Kli.Vood, 287 YamhllL
MONUMENTS E. d and Pine Sta.
Otto Bchumann Granite Marble Worka
Nervous and chronic dinguses a special
tyDr. J. W. Hatdorf. 804-10 Dekum Hl'lg
Russellvllle Nursery, R. F. P. 1.
Villa Nurseries, R. No. 1, Portland.
Peerless Produce Co.,- 171 Front Bt
OREGON FLUFF RUG CO.
J. It. Lehmann, Prop. 14 East Btark
OX Y-AC ETYLEN E WELDING
Only Bchool In "Northwest Commercial
School of Wjrldlng, 427 Kaat Ninth.
Smith Long Stevenaon 210 Kuah A Lane Blrlg.
TIRE REPAIRING AND RETREADING
L'aed and new tires bought and sold.
A U Tire Shop. St Hawthorne Ave.
TYPEWRITERSNEW OR REBUILT
Rebuilt Typewriter Co.. 04 Oak Street
SCHOOL OF MASSAGE
Office: 711 BweUund Rldg.
Two of the most homelike
hotels In Portland, located In
the heart of the shopping and
theater district All Oregon
Klectrlo trains stop at the
Seward Hotel, tha House of
Cheer. Excellent dining room
In connection. The Hotel Cor
nelius, the House of Welcome,
is only two short blocks from
the Seward. Our brown buses
meet all trains. Rates f 1.50
W. C. Cuibertson, Prop.
Live vWlre Agents Wanted
In every locality to sell
KING MUD HOLE DEFER
For pulling automobiles out of the
mud on your own power. It ia a
real iucwm. Write. Price S4.M0
F. O. H. Factory.
KING MUD HOLE DEF1ER, 423 Knock Blk
OREGON" IAN S ATTENTION!
Every auto, truck, tractor and borne
' should be (equipped with Flrex, the
new 12. bO luNtuutHiieous Fir Kxtln
guiaher linrms uotlitug but FlltlC.
Completo KxtlngulHht-r ready for use
niHili'd to Huy uddrens In Oregon or
WaNlilngton on receipt of price.
Needed everywhere, any climate,
guaranteed. Agents wanted, Flrex '
Company, Portluud, Oregon,
Chinese Medicine Co.
SOT GEE, Pi op.
Boot and Herb Remedies
133Vi first Street
B7IM AND WATER TAXES
National Tank A Pipe Co., I'ortlamf.
4HAMPOOINO AND MANICURfRQ"""
"Fhs and Hrnlp Mxasnge, The I'owo'er
Puff, (27 Morgan M'lg.
Wholesale and reTATlt1nwArE
Porlln mi 22'iwn rM fg. Co. , '47 First Ht.
t '1 ii mll ng Fl x t ureses nd '""Wi ppll5TIi pe
Fittings, lowest prlres. 21 K. Morrison
ARTIFIC I ACjLl MBS ' ''.'
'Or eg o nAr Cfii-iiti Jmb&fTnoTw'rue
for Catalog. 201 2nd Ht, Portland.
BAAZJiNO rwi L D I G Vo R K ft
"Weseiryou a weftMrigffTtnr"taatfc
you the business. I'ortland Hraslag A
Machine Works, Ird and Gllaan.
DJAM OND 6 "atifEW 5 tSPSMSSCm
name your price. Repairing a specialty.
Reiner Jewelry Co., S N. Hlatb.
CLEANING AND DYEINO
For rellabre'Cleanlnx andvaTrTa- aerr-
Ice send percale to ua. We pay return
postage. Information and prices glvea
ENKE'H CITT DTB WORKS
Fstabllnhed 1S0 Portland
EM BR 0 1 DERI N SWBPIXXTVN
A ccordla n7dV"and toiTri ea UrTgrfe m -stitching,
Buttons Covered, Braiding, ate.
K. Stephana, 2I-20-21Plttock Klock.
a nd Pleating Bh opS of Royal Bldg.
RJJTjOME6ELLER ON PACIFIC
rrana u. ncxiulre, Ablnrton Fldg.
A position for Kaon Graduate
ALlttK Y BULLDINU
DOORS AND WINDOWS
Ing, Paint, Glass and Builders Hardware,
direct at wholesale prices. Write for
prices before buying. Heacock Saab A
Door Co., 211 First St, Portland.
HORSE 8 AND MULES BOUGHT
load lota. We hire by the month to re
sponsible parties. Phil Huetter, Crown
Stables, 285 Front St., Portland.
. V. 8. STABLES, 2S Union Ave.
norses bought and sold.
Horses, wagons and bue-elea lor sale.
102 Front St
school on the coast Experienced opera
tors always In demand. 406 Artisans Bldg
your iuuulrlee for anything li
Iron or Woodworking Mscbloery, Logging
Sawmill, Contractors' Equipment, Loco
motives, Boilers, Engines, Crushers, Rail
t able. Melting, etc. burke Machinery Co..
628 Hallway Kxcbsnge Bldg., Portland. Or
MEAT AND PRODUCE BOUGHT
New Coolers instailefsul-irurrtec
tlon to shippers of dressed hogs, butter,
eggs, etc Try usBrown &. Co.. 110 Hoyt
MOTORCYCLES AND PARTS
makes. Kaav terms.
EA8T SIDE MOTORCYCLE CO.
, 44-48 GRAND AVE.
PAINT8 AND WALL PAPER
Write us for prices. Pioneer Faint Co.,
18t First Bt, Portland.
ulnleas by nerve blocking. Uoen iiiKh
Out of the high rent district We save
you money. N. E. Cor. 2nd and Burnside.
me; best and most successful "HOME
MAKER"; hundreds rich wish marriage
soon; strictly confidential; most reliable;
years of experience; description free.
"The Successful Club," Mr. Bail, Bog
66b, Oakland. California.
PLATING rCjgL. ANJD BjLVEW
llghu 11.60 each. Parts nickeled. Hard
ware reflnlshed. California Plating Wks
Cor, tnd and Salmon Sta.
PLUMBING o PLUMBING SUPPLIES
plumbing supplies at wholesale prices
We will gladly estimate coat of any job
Write for prlcea.
188-10 4th St, Portland
TEACHERS OF TRUTH
ope to the Gnges, 406 Fle'Jner Bldg., re
garding Health, Happiness and Success.
Specialty. 106 N. 3rd Bt
TREES AND PLANTS
Plants at $2.60 per thousand while they
last Order today. Benedict Nursery
Company, 186 E. 87th Street North, Port
land. Ore. '
"wV'Tielp'the appeerance""! wimei.
Twenty-two Inch awltch or transforma
tion, value $7.00, price $2.46.
400 to 411 Dekum Bldg.
AndPo wdereTsoa p at your grocer's. Ask
for sample. MADE IN OREGON. 2 J
Marvel Soap,223-26 Russell St.
mulled back. Samples on application.
The Surety Shop, St04 Alder, Portland.
WANTED fir PITCH , . . .
We bu?RFTpTtcS Tn an y quantity"
Hlgheat market price. Payment on de
livery. Write for echedule of prices on
Ditch and equipment Northwestern Tur-
penttne Co . Kaat Ninth Bt Pnrtland
TO PROPAGATE BLACKBERRIES
Bury Tips of New Canea and Then
Separate These Old Plants and
Start Patch Next Spring.
Blackberries are propagated from
tip plants that Is by burying the tips
of the new canes and then separating
these from the old plants and starting
the fresh patch the following spring.
These tips should be burled rather
early, so that they will make a thrifty
Order From Good Nursery.
You will be able to get twice as
many trees for the same money by
ordering them direct from a reliable
nursery rather than patronising a tree
Mulch for Strawberries.
Mulch strawberries with straw,
leaves, cornstalks or wild hay as soon
ss the ground freezes.
Red Clover Is Best.
Red clover Is better than blue grass
BUILDING MANY NEW TRAILS
To Assist In Conatruction of Highways
Federal Fund of $(4,533,019 Has ,
(Prepared by the United Bute Depart
ment of Agriculture )
Between 9.000 and 10,000 miles of
the marked trail's which now criss
cross the country from east to west
and north to south ore to be con
structed by federal aid. This amount
Is composed of 855 projects, which
form links in one or the other of the
24 marked trails which have been laid
out by private sssoclatlons.
Every automoblllst Is familiar with
the Dixie highway, the Mohawk trail,
the Koosevelt highway, and a score of
other marked trails, which are so well
built and maintained that driving on
them Is a Joy and comfort. , To assist
In building these highways a federal
fund of $04,533,019 had been approved
by the bureau of public roads of the
United States Department of Agricul
ture up to September 30, 1920.
These trails do not constitute an en
tirely satisfactory system of transcon
tinental roads, as officials of the de
partment say their selection In many
cases has been Influenced too much by
such factors as pre-existing conditions,
promise of Improvement by local
communities, pressure, of selfish influ
ence, and a desire to touch points of
scenic and historical Interest.
The extent to which federal aid has
been applied to the trails varies in the
different states. Naturally the West
ern states are using much more of
their federal apportionments In de
veloping roads of this character than
the Eastern states. This is due to the
fact that the trails in the Eastern
states had already been improved to a
large extent before the roads were se
lected by the pathflnders. This was
not true in the West, where long
stretches of the selected roads were
still In an unimproved condition when
they were designated.
Nevada leads in its use ot federal
funds on roads of this character.
A Trail Through the Mountains in
Eighty-three per cent of Its entire
mileage of approved federal-aid roads
lies on one or the other of the trails
which cross the state. On these
roads Nevada will spend 90 per cent
of the federal money which has been
grunted to her.
DRIVERS CAN ASSIST ROADS
In Going Up Hill, Particularly One
Paved With Concrete, Right "
Side Is Favored.
"Pi 'vers can do as much, almost,
for the maintenance of good roa1. ds
highway engineers," declares Alfrtd
F. Masury. '
'DiJ you ever notice," asked Mj.
Mnsuiv, "in going up a hill, particular
ly one paved with asphaltic concrete,
that the surface on the righ-hand side
of ti e road is wavy and rough, while
thut on the left-hand side is Smooth?
"Well, the reason is this: The ex
tra traction required tq climb the hill
wears and tears the sur.face, while
there Is little or no traction down hill.
"Another thing, the right-hand trax:k
of the road in either direction is the
one which Is worn most. -This Is be
cause of the arched surface of the
road whloh. throws the greater weight
and strain on the right-hnnd side of
the vehicle and consequently the right
hand side of the roadway. Truck
builders and wagon makers have even
adjusted their axles and springs so as
to withstand the greater strain on the
right-hand side of the, vehicle. .