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THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
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s L Cafeteria
Hnti & Hrnin DAlRY'
OC SjTUUl STOCK
WffJfaiVS; M rr?nwrxTO
&ivti: Ju,cy oiwka ana uiops urouca uver
Combination Breakfast 25c up.
DO YOUR OWN PLASTERING
SWOLLEN (Varicose) VEINS
Ara painful and eftaa darraroua." Oar
nand-wvan-to-nt ElaaUe ritocklugs. Belts
and Baodagee always give relief.
Fitters mi Makers for Fifty-fire Yean
Ba Olfaction or Moaey Back.
Bead for Book and Measure Blank Today.
WOODARD, CLARKE & CO.
A leer at Waat Paik
I.t u finish what your Kodak began.
Best work, beat service. Old established
Kmlak finishers, 12 year In i'orlland.
Mall ordnra given special care. We pay
return postage. All print mada on Velox
paper. Iteguinr Kastinan Dealers, all tha
Kodnk and sundries In slock. Kodak or
Premo cut" log sent on requesL Evaland
aV Lewis, 41 East Morrison Bt., Portland.
RUBBEP STAMPS and MARKING
aa'.H a aaa inun raarwu.. 1 1
A BUSINESS EDUCATION FREE
Write ua today. AUSKY DLILDIKQ
TE8. "IT WIIX PAT" to aend ua
that RADIATOIl for repair. Made
Ilk new for a moderate prlre.
Expert work abaolutely guaran
teed. RADIATOR SERVICE CO.
Cor Union & Hawthorne, l'ortland
riftiX a Success
Every auto, truck, tractor and
home ahould be equipped with FlreX,
the new 12.60 Inatantuneoua Klre Rx
tliiKulaher harm nothing but KIU12.
Complete Etlnullier ready for uee
mailed to any addreaa In Oregon or
Washington on receipt of price.
Needed everywhere, uny climate,
guaranteed. Agenta wanted. FlreX
Company, l'ortland, Oregon.
Th moat modern FIREPROOF OAR
AGE In I'OinAND. Btorage, repair
Ing, painting, wuahliig, and polluting.
HeHt room for ludlea.
EAST SIDE CENTRAL OARAGE
Eaat Blxth and Taylor
External Cancer auccesafully treated
without tha knife. Information and ex
amination free. UanK and professional
reference upon Inquiry.
Washington Cancel Institute, Inc.
Bos 427, Centralla, Washington
DR. G. E. WATTS
312 Oregonlan Balldlng.
Female and Rectal Troubles and
Ah1m TkM Aartli Sla.
At lleilig Theater, Portland, Oregon
Three NIhUf fan. Mm. Tee.
fm Mali turn. Mm. Teas. Wed.
1 to Tk.
VAUDEVU1X r.EIRO fUOTO HAYS
Chaste ffrrtm Saadar. Tkareday
e Veiir. i w nifouf.
BIUmm Satarday MalhM
DO YOU KNOW THAT THE ALDER B3TEL
V Aider Street Portland. Oraoa.
Win rant roe room (or 11.00 par ear, t re
with bath far tl.M to 12 00 Bar dart
A rood la to Kat and lira Walt.
Ramarkable 0 lunabarMi at aaon.
Plan T a. m. fa t a. m Stark Bt,
Sixth street oppoaite Th Oraf oniaa anal Al
der ilrnt opposite Mtir & Frank'. Tb Bart
Ealing place in the City. Tbo Flaoat Coffee
and Pastry Specialty.
VLTRY' Broadway Feed Co.,
FEEDS. PORTLAND. OREGON.
NEW PERKINS HOTEL
Washington and Fifth St., Portland, Oregon
Room with Bath (1 Room with CI CO rm
Privilege. ?1 Dp Private Bath. pl.jUup
nnu i A vn crn-Air Clint
Luncheon 35c up.
Dinner 60c up.
WITH A HAMMER AND A SAW
PlastcrVallsThtf Will NotGaehl
SAMPLE AND INFORMATION.
Tha ptcaaura of your trip to Tort
land will depend upon tha hotel you
aalecL Coy aurroundtnga, moderate
ratea, and tha walvoma you find In
your own home town, await you at
Garage in Connection.
"Watch Your Feet"
Tlrad Aehinr Feat Can Ba Relieved. D. W.
ELKOl). Hit Saline Bids. Port la ml. Speelaliiiina
on Arch Supporta. Iluneat John Truaa. SmmUai
tlaatle Uuaiery, AUluaunal Support. Ankle Sup
port. MA Moderate Priced Hotel of Merit"
Kaat Morrleon St, at Eaat Sixth, tha
Principal Eaat Bide Hotel. I minute from
Hhopplnc tletrlct. Four bloka from P.
Eaat Bide BtaUon.
DR. E. H. EAST
PHTBICIAN AND 8UROBON
BpeclaJUeai Ooltrea. Dlaeaae of Women
Office Morgan Building Portland, Ore.
AUTO REPAIR PARTS
Bend for free catalog
PISTONS- PISTON PINS RINGS
Cylinder and Crank Shaft Grinding. Auto
aaoUve Machine Work and Welding.
COOK A GILL CO..lNC.
llth. and Buraalde St.
Portland. Ore. Phone: Bdwy. 1281
Used Ford Tracks and Touring' Cars
nargaln at all tlmea
UNIVERSAL. CAR EXCHANGE
Uaed Ford Kxclimlvely
Grand Ave. and Yamhill Portland.
Writ for prices and terma.
Eye and Eye Glasses Care
f '""e my apeclalty. Consultation fre.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Dr. n.
V-A. Iledynek, 6u8- Plttock Block.
PORTLAND RUG CO.
FLUFF and RAG RUGS a Soeclalty
CAJtrST CLKAN1NO. LATINO aiXIMO
1672-1674 Eaat 17th Street
Eyes Examined. Classes Fitted.
Repairing done by mall. Moat
modern equipment. Satisfaction
Clark. Brower Optical Co., 112) 6th Street.
Th Personal Writing
Machine. Weight lb.
Price 10.00 caae Included
FeU ll Dp TaU vita Y TniewriU aarwkar.
E. W. PEASE, 110 Sink, Portland, Ore.
Write for f older "C"
Commercial Informetled fumlahed fre
f charge. Catalog uee supplied and eoni
meroial inqulrlee cheerfully answered.
Writ any firm be low I D It new I
ACCOROIAN 'r'UiATJNOJ '
Kn If i' ndTXoit "pi ea tl ngTKmatr tchlng,
tOeyd. Button covered. Eastern Novelty
Mfg. Co., Ilyrriftb atreet, Portland.
AtKICUCrf BAL IMPLKMICNTS'
New end Haeond band Kara machinery and lav
ARTXttfiiSR GOODS t" "
Leather Legglna, Traveling Bag. Tninka,
Portland Leather Co.L Ut Waehlnftog
lOILIrfVvORK New Repelrina ,
Kat Mid Boiler Wke, Kaat Water Main
RA2IN0, WECOINd eV CUTTINO
Northwest Welding At Supply Co., ti lstit
CHIROPRACTOR AND ELECTRO.
Dre. Baker and Oleon,ll7 Dekum Bldf.
CLEANERS, TAILORS AND DYERS
riper I al attention given to mall order.
RbCJAi, TAILOHM, 127 North Blxth Bt
Wlllamett Dairy. Byra of Milk, Creaaa
and BggaW par caah. 411 Pnlon At.N
Cregon Creaaneryjor Eggs, Cream ItTTnd
CUT FLOWERS A FLORAL bESIONS
ClarkBro.uFlortst1 XI7yorriaon Bt.
DANCINCSTEVtRY NOON A EVENING
Oriental Cafe. Chlneee-Ameriesn Kitchen
Corner Broadway and Wash. PORTIAND
K. K. Karlaon d Co.. 41 Burnald Bt
DRUQLESS PH YSTCIAN
For rheumatism and chronic disease.
Dr. Chybke, U. P.. 122 Fleldner Bldg.
Duckback Wateroroof in Preservative
Guaranteed for auto tope. Bprlng lubri
cant and gasket compound. l'lne BL
Devereaux Mort-a-e Co., 17 Ith St
FLOWERS FOR ANY OCCASI&N
Oeo. Bats A Boa, 47 WUUaaa Ave.
FORD REFAIRINQ EXCLUSIVELV
Curley Ford Bhop, 227 Balmon BL
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS
CommerdaJJh-on Work. 7th A Madlvon.
GARAGES AND AUTO REPAIRING
Multnomah Hotel GarageTWand Ankeny".
GUARANTEED REBUILT MAC II IN t8
Oregon Typewriter Co., 14-A iO BL
Elaman Hardwood Fkaor COb.SSfJB Waaav
Oak-Leaf Hardwood 'Floor Co., 221 E.
76th BLN. Floor electric aanded.
Eaet Hide Hardwood Floor Co., Inc., 410
HEMSTITCHING AND PLEATING
Busle Buckley, Power's Furniture 8 tore,
L. A." 8. USED CAR EXCHANGE
Uaed cara but and Bold. 2 N. llth St.,
I'hon Broadway 3214.
MTHC TAILOR. 8ulu cleaned. IU5
We pay return Post. .
104 Fourth bt.. Portland. Ore
MFGS. OF VULCANIZED ROOF PAINT
New roof and repairing done. Toung
and Woods, 1102 E. Caruthers BL
MFCS. OF REED FURNITURE
Buy Coo at Made Goods. Reed Specialty
bhop, lis Williams Ave.
MONUMENTS E. d an Pin St.
Otto Bchumann Oranlte A Marble Work
RuaeeUvtll Nursery, JL F. D. L
East Bid Nursery, ti Union Av. S.
Villa Nureerie. K. No.1, Portland
OREGON FLUFF RUO CO.
J. H. Lehman n, Irup. 114 Eaat Btara
SCHOOL OF WELDING
Officially recognised by tat and fed
eral board aa Th place to learn welding
all metals. Commercial School of Weld
ing, 1 1 East G ra n t, Cor, llth. Portland.
Smith Vang Bteveneoa 810 Bush A Lane Bldg. .
TIRE REPAIRING AND RETREADING
Uaed and new tire bought and sold.
A A B Tlr bhop, M Hawthorne Ave.
TYPE WRITERS N EW OR REBUILT
Rebuilt Typewriter Co.. So4 Oak Street.
SALVATION ARMY RESCUE HOME
Will help frelndless girls.
I). M. car, Mayfair A Alexandria Bta
SlLOS AND WATER TANKS
National Tank A Pipe Co., Portland.
Willamette Sheet Metal Wk. Auto Work
Specialty. 1U6N. Ird BL
Welter Systsm of Sugasstive Therapy
Dr. T. W. A yera, 7 15 bekum Bldg.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TINWARE
Portland Tinware Mfg. Co., 47 First Bt.
ALASKA PLUMB INQ A H EATjNQCQ.
Fittings, lowest prices. 2l3 K. Mornaoa
CMSROIDERrNG-AND"-PCEATING " '
stitching. Buttons Covered, Braiding, etc
K. Btephana, 21H-20-S1 Plttock Block.
DRUG LESS PHYSICIAN
""STervoua aTi3nlfirlBaai speclaN
ty. If others have fulled give me a trial
Chronic dlseaae a specialty. Dr. W. N.
Allen, 2nd and Burimlde.
for Catalog. 201 2nd Bt. Portland.
Ice aend parcel to ua. W pay return
poatag. Information and price give
ENKE'8 CITT DTB WORKS , ,
Established 1890 Portland
BROOKE DRUG CO. "EZJT
CUT RATk! MAIL ORDER DRUGCilSTS.
Cleonis Pile treatment, eold under guarantee,
28.00, no pain no operauoo. Chybke'e Tape worm
Remover, 110. Chybke'e Bermo Septine" for
skin eruption, ecxenia, I&.00. Letters answered.
Sixth and Hoyt Street
Convenient to Both Depots
Room 11.00 and up without Bath.
Room (2.00 and up with Bath.
ELBERT S. ROBE, Mgr.
DR. FRANCIS M. STUMP,
bi I a. 4.
Former Phyiician to the Portland Sanitarium.
IHieaniTS of Women and Chiklran. Oitioe hours,
U to IK s, m., 2 to 4 p. m. Ortice phone Main 807a.
602-402 Morgan Building, Portland, Oregon.
NEW FLUFF RUGS AT HALF
COST OF NEW CARPETS.
Uav your old worn out carpet and
woolen clothes made Into artlatlo revers
ible FLUFF KUUS. Carpeta and ruga re-
But red, steam cleaned. Hag ruga all alsea.
uy from factory and av money. Write
Northwest Rug Co., lB&L?c
Everything for the Motorcyclist
Bam guarantee a new. From $200.00 up
to 2350.00, all lute models, with 8-speed
and electrlo equipment. Easy term If
deBlred. Pay while you ride. Bend, for
literature. Motorcycle and Supply Co..
Hurley Davidson bervlc Center, 200 Ird
BL, Portland, Or., comer Taylor
JLARQf ST HOM1 SELLER ON FACIFIJ
Frank L. McUulre, Abington Bldg.
can"ee tfMtjooTmTtf nl o w 7Tit?
Irtg, PalnL Olaaa and Builder' Hardware,
direct at wholesale price. Writ for
price before buying. Heaeock Sash A
boor Co., 211 Flrt Bt, l'ortland,
HAVE YOU "ANY SPARE TIMET
W will make you an attractive, money
making proposition to be our representa
tive In yoar locality during your spar
time. Writ for full particular. PACIFIC
LA UOH A TORI EH, INC., 3vl Hawthorn
Av., Portland, Or.
MO RSESTM U LE S JBOUO HTjJIOL d
land. Ore. Horse and mulea for sal or
hire, r peel a I rate to logger and con
tractor. With or without hsrneaa.
Phillip Buetler, pre.
" U. S. BTABLEB. 26 uTTlon Av. DraI
horse bought and sold.
b. L. CnappenrmL'nron Ave. BouthT
School on th roaaL Experienced opera
tor always in demand. 4'e Artisan mag
Bead year laaolrlee lor aartkiag 1
Ire or Weedwerkleg Manhlaery, Loggiag,
Sawmill, Coatractors' atqalpmeat, oea
aioUvea. Boiler, Bnrlaaa, Crasker. Ball,
Cable, BelUof. ate. bark Macklaery Co,
S2S Railway txcheag Bldg Portia ad. Or.
MAKE SOAP AT HOME
write for free Information about formu
la and equipment. Large profit. Easily
mad. P. O. Bowman, 24 Aibina Ave.
MEATAND PRODUCE BOUGHT
New Cooler installed assuring protec
tion to shippers of dressed hogs, butter,
eggs, etc Try us. Brown A Co.. 110 Hoyt
MOTORCYCLES AND PARTS
EA8T B1DK MOTOKCTCLK CO.
44-44 ORAM) AVE.
cr-4j I - is ry. Bavin- of
me; beat and most succeseful "HOME
MAKER": hundred rich wish mania g
soon; strictly confidential; moat reliable;
year of experience; description free.
'Th Bucceaaful Club," Mrs. Ball, Boa
160, Oakland, California.
PLATING NICKEL AND SILVER
light $1 0 each. Part nickeled. Hard
war reflnlahed. California Plating Wk.,
Cor. 2nd and Balmon Bt. i
PLUMBING A PLUMBINGSPPLIES
VcnippTyrorSr1th any kind of
plumbing aupplle at wholesale price.
W will gladly estimate cost of any Job.
Writ lor price.
BT ARK-DA VIS CO.,
18g-l0 4th Bt, PortUnd
SANITARY BEAUTY PARLOR
WiThelp thTapearance ofwomeaT
Twenty-two Inch awltch or tranaforma
tlon, value 27.00. price 12.46.
400 to 412 Dekum Bldr
TEACH ERSOF TRUTH
lend Z5 cent and aelr-aildreased envel
ope to the Cages, 406 Fleldner Bldg., re
garding Health, Happiness and Success.
WR1 T LE G H R NH ATCTt I NG-EG 3
'ens headed by 130.00 pedigreed cscka
from 250-egg hens direct from Tancred
yards. 12.00 during May. Haxel Grove,
250 Marguerite Ave. Portland. Ore.
GRIT SUPPLY IS ESSENTIAL
Material Take Place of Teeth in Pre
paring Fowl' Food for Fur.
Grit Is essential to the health of
Cowls and to economy la feeding. Grit
takes the place of teeth In preparing
the feed for further digestion and is
required for the proper preparation
of feed In the gizzard. When the feed
Is not properly taken care of In this
organ, an undue strain la thrown on
the fowl's 8j stem, often resulting in
disease and also allowing much of the
nutriment to pass through tlie bird's
body without being absorbed. In
every pen or yard a box of grit shoujd
be kept. Recent Investigators have
asserted that grit is a part of the
necessary feed of a flock, giving the
fowls strong bones and a bright plum
age. Ordinarily, the hen does not con
sume enough lime to form the shells
of eggs, if she is laying abundantly,
unless something besides the ordinary
grain feeds is accessible to her. Oy
ster shells are very good for this pur
pose. A box of crushed shells may be
placed before the fowls, allowing them
to eat at will. Old mortar and fine
gravel are also useful In supplying
lime, scy poultry specialists of the
United States Department of Agricul
ture. Charcoal readily absorbs gases, Im
purities, and acids, and thus acts as a
corrective when the stomach Is sour
and digestion has been Impaired.
GEESE UNLIKE OTHER FOWLS
Best Results Obtained by Mating in
Pairs During Breeding Season
Partial to Mates,
For best results geese should be
mated In pairs during the breeding
season. At least not more than two
geese should be allowed for one gan
der. Geese are unlike any other farm
poultry and are partial to their mates.
A gander ought not to be kept more
than three or four years, as an old
gander is not a good breeder. From
the other hand, females are' more pro
lific when they get older, and as a rule
the eggs are more fertile. Females
may be kept for eight or ten years or
even longer. -
Feeding Baby Chicks.
Young chicks should iot be fed till
24 to' 43 hours after hatching, and they
will not buffer if given no feed until
the third day.
Richest of Fertilizer.
No manure Is richer than hen drop
(Conducted by National Council ef th
Boy Scout of America.)
SCOUT LEADERS ASSEMBLE
The eleventh annual meeting of tha
national council, Boys Scouts of Amer
ica, took place at the Hotel Commo
dore, New York city, recently, .with
scout pien to the camber of 194 pres
ent, from 80 states, representing tha
enormous volunteer leadership of tha
country. These men come together
every year to review the work of tha
past 12 months and to make plans
for the fiture.
The plrit of the whole meeting was
admirably expressed In the forceful
phraseology of the Chief Scout Execu
tive James E. West, as follows:
"It must be ever borne In mind that
the basis of strength and power of tha
boy scout movement will Dot be meas
ured alone by the number of scouts
tmd scout ofllcials, tha records of ac
tivity of tbe national council, or num
ber of local councils organized; these
are bat a means to an end. Tbe value
of the scout movement will be judged
by tbe Individual boy scout bis con
duct, appearance, the way be puts In
to practice the scoot oath and law and
reveals that he Is actually prepared
to do things worth while because of
the program of activities of the Coy
Scouts of America."
Resolutions were passed endorsing
tbe work of the Kiwanls and Rotary
clubs In giving scouting and other
boy programs generous support and
sympathy and greetings were ordered
sent to the boy scouts of Great Brit
ain, .France and Belgium, In partic
ular, and to boy scouts everywhere
throughout the world. It was also
voted to continue the co-operation with
the American committee for devastated
France by again lending Lome M.
Barclay, director of tbe department of
education of tbe national council for
a period of six months to the work of
the committee in France, looking for
ward to the development of scouting
In France and particularly to assist
in bringing about unification of tbe
various branches of tbe scout move
ments in that country.
HONORS FOR BRAVE SCOUTS.
During the year 1920 the national
court of honor of the Boy Scouts of
America Issued medals as follows to
scouts for conspicuous service in life
saving and first aid:
Two gold medals, 13 silver medals,
17 bronze medals. The gold medal
cases were particularly striking, In
volving the heroic .rescue of two chil
dren from a burning building by a
young assistant scoutmaster, George
Noble of Chariton, Ia and another
remarkably self-forgetful and fine at
tempt on the part of a scout, Joseph
Mardis of Troop No. 1, East -Liverpool,
to save bis scoutmaster from a
fallen live wire at the imminent risk
of his own life. Nine of the silver
medal cases were water accidents, and
In each case the rescuer showed ex
ceptional courage and clearheaded
ness. Tbe other silver medal cases
were a live wire rescue, the rescue of
children from a burning building and
from automobile and truck accidents.
The third scout law requires that a
scout shall be prepared at any time
to save life and help Injured persons,
and the records of the court of honor
abundantly prove that the boys are
living up to this obligation in full
measure. In addition! to these 82
medals already mentioned, 57 letters
of - commendation were sent by the
court of honor to boys who per
formed deeds of exceptional excel
lence In life saving and first aid, with
out risk to their own lives.
ASK A SCOUT HE KNOWS.
"What a Boy Scout Does Not Know
Is Not Worth Knowing," When
There Is a Breakdown.
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