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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1921)
TIIF SPRINGFIELD NEW3
nilT.ST.AY.MAY 10, 1021.
Tint line tells tlie story ct our
high grade sodas. Ice cream,
sundaes, and other good coda
fountain delicacies. White clad,
courteous clerks to wait upon
you and every drink or plat j of
cream sorted appetlxingly.
"A Good Bakery"
AN OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE FIRST CLASS
Cleaning & Pressing Service
Beginning this week we will make bi-weekly trips to
Springfield on Tuesdays and Fridays. Call "Eugene 220"
and our wagon will pick up and deliver your garments at
Many of your last summer's garments can be renewed
by proper cleaning and pressing and made good for another
Give us a trial NOW
44-8th Ave. W. Phone 220
IN PRIZE' CONTEST
Misa Lottie Whittaker, of this city,
employed in the county courthouse. Is
one of the leading contestants la
what Ij announced as the "Orison
Charter No. 6341.
Reserve District No. 12
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE
CAN YOU SAVE
TEN DOLLARS A MONTH?
Everyone who is earning a fair income knows that he .
or she can save $10 a month, even in these high cost
of living days and not miss the amount laid by.
WHAT WOULD YOU GAIN by doing this simple
and easy thing? What results would follow which
would make this systematic practice worth while?
SUPPOSING that you held back $10 from your
earnings each month and placed the amount where it
would earn for you at the rate of 8 per cent a year,
and re-invest the income from our accumulation
semiannualy? Do you realize that in 25 years you
would have aquired approximately $9,100?
OF THIS COMFORTABLE LITTLE FORTUNE
of $9,160, $3,000 would represent the $J0 you laid by
each month. .Over $6,000 would be the interest or
dividends your money earned for you while you were
JUST PLAIN, SYSTEMATIC SAVING AND
SOUND INVESTING ARE ALL YOU NEED TO
INSURE PROSPERITY AND INDEPENDENCE IN
THE YEARS TO COME.
First National Bank
At Springfield, in the State of Oregon, at the close of business on
April 2S, 1921.
LoaiiS and discounts, including rediscounts
Total loans $71,935.15
Notes and bills rediscounted with Federal
Reserve bai.k 2,000.00
Overdrafts, secured none; unsecured, $353.47
U. S. Government securities owned:
Deposited to secure circulation (L S. bonds par
All oilier United States Government Securities 11,918.97
Ask for our BoDklet "Thrift With-a Smile"
Mountain States Power Company
f II. M. IJyllesby & Company
Ilyllesby Engineering and Management Corporation
Engineers and Managers
Total t". S. Government securities $ 18.168.97
Other bonds, stocks securities etc.: 92.8S3.37
Hanking house, $8000; Furniture and fixtures, $2737.01; 10,737.01
Ileal estate owned other than banking house 27.867.7S
Cash in vault 7,073.97
Lawful rtserve wi,h Federal Reserve Bank ll,772.t:0
Net amounts due from national banks 11,544.9(5
Checks on other banks hi same city or town as reporting bauk 676.69
Checks on banks latated outside of city or town
of reporting bank and o her cash Itfins
Redemption fund with U. S Treasurer and due
from U. S. Treasurer
Capital stock paid in
L'ndived profits 7.668.31
Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid 3,358.05
Circulating notes outstanding
Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding
Total of items $150.12
Demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject
to fleserve (deposits payable within 30 days):
Individual deposits subject to check .'.
Certificates of deposit due in lens than 30 days
(Other than money borrowed)
.State, county, or other municipal deposits secured
by pledgs of assets of this bank
Tr Is a rheLmatism of the muscles
of the back. It comes on suddenly
and is quite painful. Every move
ment aggravates the disease. Go to
bed, keep quiet and have Chamber
Iain's Liniment applied and a quick
recovery may be expected. Mrs. F,
J. Dann, Brockport, N. Y., writes: "I
can honestly say that Chamberlain's
Total of demand deposits (other than bank de
posits) subject to Reserve $148,473.34
Time deposits subject to Reserve (payable after 30
days, or subject to 30 days or more notice, and
postal savings): .
Certificates of deposit (other than money borrowed)
Other time deposits
Total of time deposits subject to Reserve ....-..$46,559.00
Bills payable , other than with Federal Reserve Hank (Including
all obligations representing money borrowed other than redis
State of Oregon, County cf Lane, ss.:
I, Lloyd C. Martin, tabhier of th above named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above Btatement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
LLOYD C, MARTIN, Cashier,
CORRECT Attest : Wm. G. Hughss, L. K. Fag Chas. L. Scott, Directors.
Subscribed and svqpmi to before me tr is 9th day of May, 1921.
FRANK A. DePTJE, Notary Public for Oregon
Mr commission expfros January 9tu, 1924.
for 10c from
one sack of
State Hand's Guest of Honor Ooti- '':""",! tun n m of laming,, a yar light. T had a bmtl.Pof "chamber-
itest;" the winner to be tie gue.tt of ag" K fuiiunr. When I brgan Iain's Liniment in the house and this
honor at a mulcal carnival, a "Happy ,,Mil'K 1 wa" rl:,t "' " k ' , appllnl to my back, it promptly
(Land" they call It. to be given by th '"kI 0':l 1 "ot tl"" 10 thw 1, ft or, drove away th, pains and aches."
i band In tents; and at other functions
to be given by the band on later oc
i casioits. Three cash prizes, of 75,
!?35 and $20, are to be given to thro
three leaders. Flfteen contestants
were entered; seven were reported
this morning. The contest closes on
"IT ALWAYS PAYS TO TRADE AT GRAYS
When you buy at Cray's Cash & Carry because you
always get the new price first.
CItlSCO, 3 lb. can ' f)0c
NAHISCOS. per pkg. . ; !!!!.'!'." 10c
Hulk Cocoa, per lb. 15c
Fancy Assorted Cakes, per lb 2Kc
Extra Fancy Large Italian Prunes, 3 lbs. ' 25c
Full Cream Cheese, per lb ' 25c
Del Monte Fruit No. 22 Cans
Itoyal Anne Cherries, per can 2bo
No. 2 can Crapes, 2 cans 35c
Our best Peaberry Coffee, 4 lbs , .
Pure Cream Mixed Candy, per lb, 20c
Individual Chocolates, 2 for 5C
Tender Peas, per can ,-. ji.
Golden Star Soap, 28 bars $1.00
Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week
Wesson Oil and Snow Drift demonstration