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THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
fW Maelteo This Pas Wkaa
ZMB'S RESTAURANT tsssxr& u.v ss
s L Cafeteria
I DO YOUR OWN PLASTERING
Tha pleasure of your trip to Port
land will depend upoa tha holal you
select. Cesy surroundings, moderel
rates, and lha welcome you find In
your own home town, await you at
Gsrsge In Connection.
Rented or enld. Easy
eyraenta. tUnd for It-
loetrsUMi cataloeue B.
Vetltial Trenrraer C.
Ml WtaWa ft.
RUBDEP STAMPS and MARKING
SWOLLEN (Varicose) VEINS
Ara palafel aad often oaagefwa. Oar
Haad-woea-to-6t KlaaUa fctockln-e. Bells
and Baadasee aiwaya Bie relief.
Fitters mi Makers for Fifty-fire Tears
Batlafeetioa ar Ifesey Back,
and for Beak and af eeeare Blaak Today.
WOODARD, CURIE I CO.
Waadlaik Baildlag Aide at Waet Far
AUTO REPAIR PARTS
Band for free catalog
PISTONS PISTON PINSRINGS
Cylinder end Crank Shaft Grinding. Aate
eaoUve Machine Work and Welding.
COOK CUX CO- INC.
UU and Buraalde Bu.
Portland. Ore. rhone: Bdwy. KU
-A Moderate Price Hotel of Merit"
Feat Morrleon Bt, at East Blith, th
t-rlarltel Eaat Bide Hotel. I minute froar
Shopping District Fear slock free B. t
test ttlde Btation.
Eyes Examined. Classes Fitted.
Itepalrlng done ny man. Moat
modern equipment. satisfaction
Clerk-Brower Optical Co.. 112, Cth Street
NEW FLUFF RUGS AT HALF
COST OF NEW CARPETS.
Have your old worn out rarpeta and
woolen clothes made Into artletto revere
Ible KLUKr" IIUUU. Carpeta and rufo re-
aired, aleam cleaned, ftag ruga all aliaa.
luy from factory and (avo money. Write
or prlcea. ...
Northwest Rug Co.,
DR. G. E. WATTS
212 Oregonlaa BalUlna.
Female and Rectal Trouble and
FISTULA, KISSUnE, Itching and all oth
er rectal condition accept Cancer perma
nently cured without a aurglcal operation.
My method of treatment aavea tha tie
ue Inalead M deatroylng It. It la pain
leaa, require no aneatheUo and I perma
nent. There I no confinement to ted, no
Interference with buelneee w social an
I guarantee a cure or will refund your
'CaU or writ for booklet .
Mention lb! paper when writing.
DR. E. J. DEAN
Bacond and Merrleon St., Portland, Ore.
am omm- ' i ) n a
AHf 11mm AeVileraaata.
DO VOU KNOW THAT THE ALDER HOTEL
Pt ALU Street. PoHtatut, CHftm.
Will rent rnu a room fr ll.ui par nay, m room
wlih hath for II .Ml lo Uf.OU fwr dart
Sialh street opposite The Oregoniatt and Al
der street oppoiile Mflr & Frank', Tha Baal
Ealing place in the City. The Finest Coffee)
and Pastry a Specially.
WITH A HAMMER AND A SAW
ASK FOR SAMPLE AND INFORMATION.
OeaJ Aveaaa at Yaaakill
Dyeing & Cleaning
By Parcel Poet Ratara Poetaee Paid. Writ la
Cb-cabr aad Price,
"At Your Deck and Call'
Uth and Hoyt Street
Convealeat to Both Desott
Itoetaa lt.ee aad p without Bath,
fcooma jl.ee aad up with Bath.
ELBERT S. KOBE, Mgr.
THE TAILOR. Suite cleaned. M
We oar ratura feetaaa.
14 Peurtb Ht,. Portland, Ore
Tha Callan Bchool, only recognised
arhool on lh eoaat. Experienced opera
tor always In damand. Jui Artisan lldg.
HORSES, MULES BOUGHT, SOLO
Crown BUblea, Inc., M Kront Bt., Port
land, Cre. Horses and mule for sale or
hire. Special rales to logger aad con
tractor. With or without harneaa.
Phillip Buetter. Pres.
U. 8. STABLES. IM Union AvTT5ra7l
horeea bought ano sold.
C. L. Chappelir"U"hlun Ave. South.
Bead ea year laqalrle for saythlag la
Iran ar VTe4weraiag atachlaery. LagaiagE,
Sawmill, Caatractor' Calpaieat, Xoee
ellvee. Belters, Boglaee, Craeher. Kail,
table. Belting, ate. Burke Mack leery Co,
MS Railway jtsckeag Uldf .. Partlad, Or.
MOTORCYCLES AND PARTS
AU make. Eaay term.
EAST fc'lDK MOTOKCYCLB CO.
4t-4 GRAND AVE.
Let n flnlah what your Kodak began.
Beet work, beat service. Old established
Kodak finishers, 11 years In I'ortland.
Mall order given special car. We pay
return poatage. AU print mad on Velog
paper. Hcgular Kaatman Dealers, all tha
kodaks and sundries In stock. Kodak or
Promo catalog sent on request. Evelsnd
a Lewis, 411 East Morrlaon Bt., Portland.
PU8 AZIDB MOUTH WASH cures
bleeding and sore gums and mouth.
Uaers are boosters.
At your drugglit's or sent, charges
paid, on receipt of price, $2.60. Hllls
boro Chemical Co., HUlaboro, Ore.
Reference: Shuts Savings Bank, Hill,
Everything for the Motorcyclist
Same guarantee a new. From 1200.00 up
to I36U.00, all lute model, with l-speed
and electric equipment. Easy terms if
deHlred. 1'ay while you ride. Send for
literature. Motorcycle and Supply Co..
Harlry Davidson Service Center, luO Ird
St., I'ortland, Ore., corner Taylor
BROOKE DRUG CO. "."N.mu
COT KATE HAIL OKUtK DRUGGISTS.
Claonla 1'lle treatment, sold under a-uaxantee.
tB.(W, no pain no operation. Chybke'i Tape worm
Kamover, 110. Chybke'e "Derma Septine' for
skin eruption, ecsema, 16.00. Lettars auawared.
Used Ford Trucks and Tourioi Cars
Rarealna at all times
DNIVLlbAL CAR IXCHANU
I Korda Kxelualvely
Grand A v. A Yamhill Vott-Cr
land. Wist at prim i
OUR CIFT TO THE BRIDE
Before you order your wedding announcements
and tarda, write or viait THfc CHETOPA PHL5S
A requeet for aainplea entitles you to W beautiful
eallin- cards In an engraved effect free of charge.
Broadway at Taylor ( Portland, Oraerun
DR. E. H. EAST
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON
pecUiUasi Goitres, Dlseaaea af Waaea
Office Morgan Butldiag v ... Portland. Ore.
Eye and Eye Glasses Care "
my specially, ironauiiauoa rrsa.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Dr. B.
tieaynsic, o- fittoca Uiock.
A BUSINESS EDUCATION FftCK
tlon for Kach Uraduata
Write ua today. AU8KY UU1LDU40
lirTi iii if Ifflfir
Commercial Information furnlehed free
ef charge. Catalogue supplied and eom.
mereial inquiries ehaerf uliy snewere.
Writs any firm be low I Do Itjvowl
Knife 'nHiT'plVatTng,"' nma"tnrtltng,
tflo yd. Iiutlons covered. Novelty Shop,
' Klflh slreet, I'ortland.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMKtS .
JKT Wll BI'KCIAL I KICKH US OUll
Mowers, liakes, Tedilvrs, tiraln Cradles,
and Hinders. J. K. l-:alenliad Co.,
Morrlaon ft., 1'orlland.
Vh aVn uTiivlt X. D i n &TEj TTTN fl
Northwest Welding Hupply Co., II 1st Bt
CHIROPRACTOR ANO ELECTRO
Drs. Dakar and Oleson, I IT Dekum Dldg.
CUT FLOWERS a FLORAL DESIGNS
Clark Hro., Klorlats, !7 Morrison Bt.
i)ANCI no" every "noon a ivininq
Oriental Cafe. Chinese-American Kitchen
Corner road way snd Waah. PURTLANP
Devereaua kfortg'aaa Co.,ITth Bt
FOUNDRY ANO MACHINE WORKS
Commercial Iron Worka,7th a Madison.
OUARANT EE DRE BUILT MACHINKS
Oregon Typewriter Co., 4-A tin Ml.
Oak-Leaf Hardwood Flmir Co., 211 E.
71th St. N. Kloir le:trlc sanded.
L. A. S. USCO CAR EXCHANGE
Land car tot and sold. 21 N. 11th Bt,
I'hun Kroudway 1214.
HEMSTITCHING" AND pleatIno
Suala Duckley, 1'ower'a Kurullure Store.
MFOS. OF VULCANIZED ROOF PAINT
New roof and repairing done. Toung
and Woods, llol E. Caruthers St
MFCS. OF REIDURNITURE
Duy Coast Made Goods. Keed Specialty
Shop, Jl Williams Ave.
0REOON WLUff RUO CO.
J. 11. Lehmann. Prop. 1H4 East BUrk
Smith Long Bteveneon 110 lltaah a Lena Bids'.
SALVATION ARM Y RESCUE HOME
Will help frelndleas girls.
!. a M. car, Mayfalr a Alciandrla Bt.
bILOS AND WATER TANKS
Nstloiial Tank A Pipe Co.. Portland.
TYPEWRITERS NSW OB RKBt'ILT
Rebuilt Typewriter Cev. SU4 Oak Street
Welter Systsm of Suggestive Therepy
Dr. T. WAyera, jie uemim cio.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TINWARE
I'ortlandJTInwars Mfg. Co.. 47 First Bt
ALASK A PLUM St NO H E aTinjB COT
I'lumTHngTF fTturea and Suppirei'" '"Pipe
'ltUng. lowest prices. 141 E. Morrison
CLEANINQ AND DYEING " :
"For re'liabIe'?leaniDg and- Dyeing arv
ica aend parcel lo ua. Wa pay ratura
poatage. Information aad price givsa
ENKE'fl CITT DTB WORKS
Established 110 Portland
DRUG LES rfHVilCIAN "
Chronic dTseasespeclaTtytlr? W, rff.
Allen. Kit Raliack BulldiMr. .
EMBROIDERING AND PLEATING
AcTordTJuTsTda isni la'PIeaTlnirTfern
stitching, buttons Covered, braiding, ate.
K. Stephana, ll-f0-21 Plttotk Block.
DOORS AND WINDOWS
a -&n eaU vou Iioora. windows. Roof
ing, Paint. Olaaa aad Builder' Hardware,
direct at . wholesale prlcea. Write far
price before buying- Heacock Sash a
Door Co.. Ill First Bt. Portland.
MARRY IF LONELY; for results, try me:
bast and most aucceasful "Home Maker;"
hundreds rich wish marriage soon; strict
ly confidential; moat reliable; years of
experience; descriptions free. "Tha Suc
cessful Club," Mrs. NASH, Box 6M,
SANITARY BEAUTY PARLOR
W help the appearance of wemea.
Twenty-two men awitcn or
Uon, value iT.eo, price li.4e.
40 to 411 Dekum Bldg.
CUT LETTUCE FOR SHIPMENT
Far Less Decay Developed In Transit
When Two or Three Lower
Leaves Are Removed.
Carefully cut lettuce, with the two
or three lower leaves and all dlaeaaed
leaves removed, develops far less de
cay In transit than the commercially
cut lettuce In experimental shipments
from Florida to northern markets,
says the United States Department of
POTATOES. IN ROTATION PLAN
Specialist Advise Interval of Two or
Mors Years Between Crops for
Specialists state that It Is best to
grow field potatoes In a regular rota
tion, keeping an Interval of two or
more years between the potato crops
because of the liability of disease car.
lying over from one crop to the other.
QUALITY AND HONESTY COUNT
Farmer Can't Make No. 1 Hog Out of
of No. 2 Animal by Selling It
Through Cooperative Market.
You can't make a No. 1 hog out of a
No. 2 merely by selling It through co
operative marketing. Quality and all
round honesty will continue to be the
most compelling vlrute of all right
thinking men and women.
SELECT EGGS FOR SETTING
Avoid Those That . Are Abnormally
Small, and Poorly Shaped
, , Stick to One Color. . . . .. ,
Eggs that are abnormally small and
poorly shaped should not be uesd for
Incubation ; neither should eggs that
have thin or very porous shells, say
specialists of the United States De
partment of Agriculture, If possible,
eggs should be set when fresh, and It
Is never advisable to ust for batch
ing eggs that are mors than two weeks
old. One of the Quickest wsys to ob
tain uniformity In the off spring Is
to select uniformly good-siied eggs
of the Bams color.
(Conducted by National Council of the Boy
Scout a tit America.)
SCOUTING AND LOYALTY
A boy Is nntnrally a loyal young
animal. He will stick to Lis "gang"
through thick and thin, will never Mgo
back" on a chum, no matter at what
cont to himself, and scouting, dealing
as usual with fundHmental boy in
stincts, mukes use of this natural ten
dency, turns It to constructive ends.
In scouting, boy Joyalty Is both taken
account of and tlevclotied. Loyalty to
the patrol, the troop, the scoutmaster,
go over Into loyalty to the community,
to home and church and school, to God
and country as pledged by the scout
No cne'who has ever seen a troop
of boy scouts taking the oath of alle
giance to the flag, grave, earnest, sin
cere, can doubt that here are Ameri
cans In the making to whom the Stars
and Stripes are not merely a strip of
gay-colored bunting, but stand for
something real and true, something
worth dying for. If need be.
Scouts are being trained In citizen
ship which" means not only that they
know' the history of this country and
how Its laws are made, but that they
stand ready to serve the nation In
whatever ways a boy may. Co-operating
In a nation-wide Forest Protection
week, as they did In May last, fight
ing forest fires, planting trees, aiding
In city clean-ups and health surveys,
fighting gypsy moths and bagwovms
and fungus blights, sharing In efforts
at wUd life conservation, aiding the
police In directing traffic, serving as
fire'man's aides, etc, they are prac
ticing citizenship here and now, are
learning it, by living it, day by day.
Everywhere we are seeing today
war's dangerous aftermath of lawless
ness, especially among our youth.
Scouting offers one of the best anti
dotes for this ill, for a scout stands
for Isw and order. Scouts Jearn to
obey, not as "blind driven cattle,"
but as good citizens who recognize the
necessity and reasonableness of law.
A scout executive In West Virginia re
cently examined the court records of
his town for ten years back and found
that not a single scout or a boy under
scout Influence hod ever passed
through the court, and similar records
are every now and then reported from
various parts of the country. A scout
Is loyal too loyal to be a law breaker.
Ours Is a great country and has
great problems to meet. No one can
tell what the next few years will hold,
but we csn be sure of one thing, that
no nation can be stronger than Its
men, and that every bit of splendid
volunteer leadership In the, work of
making men "physically strong, men
tally awake, morally straight," will
count Immeasurably for good and as
the best sort of patriotic service.
"Save a man. you save one person.
Save a boy. you save a whole multi
plication, table." .
HEROIC WORK IN PUEBLO FLOOD
Among the many Instances of heroic
service In rescue work during the
Pueblo flood disasters, that of two
boy scouts stands out conspicuously.
On bearing that a man and his younx
son were trapped In a burntng build
ing, surrounded by the ever rising
tides of onrusltlng water, they hastily
manned a lifeboat and pulled through
the dangerous current to the burning
building. The owner of the place and
his son were rescued with great risk,
not only because of the floods but be
cause the burning building was being
shaken by terrific explosions all the
time from the lime stored -therein.
Having discovered that three em
ployees were also In the burning plant,
the scouts returned a second time,
battling desperately with the waters,
and got the other victims also to
safety. Hardly hod they gotten Into
the boat when another more vlolen
explosion occurred and the building
crumbled and fell Into the water.
MOTHER DESERVES GOOD TURN
A Washington, D. C., Scoutmaster
In speaking of the good turn says;
"One fellow more entitled to our good
turn and courteous and loving con
sideration than any other Is MOTHER.
She has done a whole lot for us. On
our account she has gtven up parties
snd pleasures, pretty dresses, warm
coats snd new hats. She has sat up
nights to care for us or mend our
clothes. She has worked and prayed
for us. In fact there doesn't seem to
be anything efce has not done for us
snd we can't even half repay her. Any
scout who lets a whole day pass with
out doing something to make mother
glad Is a scout who falls to live up
to the standard of Troop 83.
Let Cuticura Be
Your, Beauty, Doctor
JeeifJ,01WTSrJ,TBt"'el ,a1.T,WeJf. AJBIsBA9M
Mrmm -OsjaiersrreV tahswal tayitei .Day. X, MaiaVas. Mil.
SIDE LINES INSURE
AGAINST BAD CROPS
Many Stories of Achievements
Reported From South.
Case Cited of Arkansas Woman, With
Co-operation of Husband, Sold IV
200 Worth of Milk, ButUr
and Egga in. Year.
(Prepared by tha United Bute Depart
ment of Agriculture.)
Numerous little stories of big
achievement are encountered In go
ing through the reports to the United
States Department of Agriculture
from home demonstration agents in
the South, In estimating the money
value of the returns reported In the
various activities of the clubs It Is
necessary, of course, to remember that
account seldom Is taken of the land
value, interest on Investment, board
and lodging, and such things, although
credit for labor at the current rata
of pay Is set down In most cases.
However, the value of the achieve
ments rests upon something more Im
portant than money the fine commu
.? . ?.. a a .1
H 1 ;
r f f
nlty effect, the leadership developed,
the general all-round rise In agricul
tural morale. It Is Impossible not to
be deeply Impressed by the work re
ports of some of these southern wom
en and girls, results accomplished,
very often, under conditions of un
usual difficulty and discouragement.
An example of what may be accom
plished under the stimulus of the
home' demonstration work and with
encouragement and co-operation In
the home Is afforded by the case of
Mrs. Jim DorrU of Bear, Ark, who
enjoys the hearty co-operation of her
husband In the work she Is doing
With from three to six cows this cou
ple sold, from January 1 to December,
last year, $458.85 worth of milk and
$495.75 of butter, and from 69 hens
$249.80 worth of eggs. This $1,200
from side lines, coming In through tha
years, Is Important on any farm, and
In many cases Is a form of Insurance
against crop failures. " '
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WINDBREAKS SAVE MOISTURE
Farming and Living Conditions More
. Favorable In Region Where Trees
When the prairie regions of the Mid
dle West were first developed the lack
of trees was severely felt. The clear
sweep of the winds across the plains
was a great hindrance to agriculture,
for the soil was dried out quickly by
evaporation, grain was lodged, and or
chards injured by the force of the
wind. Windbreaks were the only rem
edy and thousands of miles of them
were planted along roads and farm di
vision lines. The effect of this plant
ing, although felt only gradually, was
very distinct ; farming and living con
ditions became more favorable through
out the whole region.
' A Lady of Distinction. '
Is recognized by the delicate fascinat
ing Influence of the perfume she uses,
A bath with Cuticura Soap and hot
water to thoroughly cleanse the pores,
followed by a dusting with Cuticura
Talcum Powder usually means a clear,
sweet, healthy skin. Adv.
Arc Yob Satisfied? BuSiNscoixEcr
I the blgfMt. mast perfectly equipped
Business Training; Bohout In the North
weeL Kit yourself for a higher position
with mora money. Permanent Boaltloaa
assured our Graduate.
Write for cataJog Fourth and TamhIH,
P. N. U.
No. 33, 1921