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THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
TIIUItSDAY.AtTfJUSAT 18. 1921
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
MILK Plenty of fresh Jersey milk
for sale, delivered evenings. I'hont
Springfield 34K3. If.
Published Every Thursday at Springfield, Lane County, Oregon, by
FREELAND A HENDERSON
It Will Pay You
Mr. Feed-Ituyer, lo Investigate for yourself tlie eo
nomy of using these Home Products:
Cster4 at the rostofflce t Springfield. Oregon, at Secondlase Matter,
February 4, loa.
HOP PICKERS WANTEI At J. L. '
Clark s hop yard. Will begin pick-'
Ing th 26th of August. Please
phone 47F5. Springfield and reserve'
cabfn. Camp ground on county
road. Baskets furnlsred. chit.1
One ear WOO Three MoLthe....
Six Months . 1100 Single Copy
rat Tear. When Paid In Advance.
Ernest S. Sergeant, president of the
Butler and Sergeant, Inc.. of New
York, who la Tisting the west to atudy
the dried fruit situation, made the
following remark at a large gathering
of prune growers: "The county
passed tts critical financial point
about the middle of July of this year
anl from tt is time forward business
will be on a steady, gradual increase.
OF A PACIFIC WAR
After thirty years of color blindness
and after a World War, Washington
has at last realized that the danger
point of America's political relations
with foreign countries lies in the
Pacific, rather than the Alantlc.
VTIle bota Latin America and th
United States were weak, the storm
hovered tn the south. Now that the
strength of the Union and the anae
mia of Europe have dispelled the
clouds, the ever present cyclone area
ver tie Pacific is receiving deserved
Today the crying need of every in
dustrial nation is markets. The
eight or nine hundred million people
round the Pacific's rim. the unde
veloped countries washed by its
waves, offer the greatest outlet for
commodities and surplus populations
on earth. Is this great market, are
these great undeveloped resources to
be parcelled out in slices aud strips
for exclusive consumption by Japan,
England and France, with Uncle Sam
on ti e outside looking in, or shall all
countries have an equal, chance every
where In the territory to capture by
strictly commercial methods that
share of the trade to which their non
political efforts entitle trem? That
Is the fundamental aspect of the
Pacific problems to be discussed In
the conference called by President
For many decake. America has
been the sole champion of the Open
Door In the Orient by words, not
deeds. America proclaimed a priu
ciple, but allowed constant violations
of it to go unchallenged. Not heed
street cars constantly have oeen slow
lo believe that there was a street car
company anywhere that was not mak
ing a pile of money. It has been bnrd
to convince them of the necessity of
a raise above the old standard fare
of five cents, when a street car com
pany ask'it It The company which has
been performing the greater part of
the street car service In Ie Moines,
Iowa, a city of something near 150.000
population, has been operating under;
a franchise which limited the fare to;
five cents. With the geueral rise in,
prices brought on by the war, tie!
company began to run behind heavily.
The laws of Iowa provided no relief
from the terms of the contract. Nvj
i . . .a m a .
ing the Oriental markets and re- ' remeuy nas yet oeen louuu. i ne ;
sources America was not ready to railway system has been in the .
fight for tlem. Now Harding ia try- nd" of r",T'r or ,Tr1 ear,-
ing the other tack. He is endeavor-1 receiver nan no raen o, P
Ing to demonstrate that modern war(T,d,n ,or ,b oolt.
costs the victors far more than the) Recently the holders of the bonds
maximum spoils are worth. On thjaad mortgages of the company re-
basis of this demonstration he is ask i fused to stand the loss any longer.
Ing the so-called great powers to quit I True receiver applied to the federal
piling up more armaments for un- court for relief. There appearing to
profitable wars, to get togetrer and be no other remedy In sight, the
arrange for peaceable, tree competi
tion in the Pacific Basin.
More power to his efforts
may succeed provided no
feels itself strong enough to
hog it all. Suncet.
AN UNSUAL TIE-UP
People who rave had to patronize
court ordered tl company to cease
operating the lines. So. at the end
They i of their last runs before mldnlKht on
nation I a certain night recently all the cars
try to of this region were parked at the car
I barns: and from that time on the
greater part of the population of Pes
Moines about 80.000 It whs estimated
begun to scheme to reach their ob
jective points by busH. taxis, autos.
NOXALL milk producer
NOXALL egg producer
NOXALL scratch feed
NOXALL pork producer
t Manufactured by ths
SPRINGFIELD MILL AND
The FARRflFRS FXRHAMRFI
buggies, wagons, miftorvyclea. bicy
cles, afoot and about any way their
Ingenuity could devlne; on doing the
errands for a dozen; and a condition
bordering on stagnation falling on all
the local business of the city.
The indebtedness of tlie company
Including bonds awl mortgages, was
estimated at $7,500,000.
Continues To Slaughter All Their
Nothing Reserved Everything Must Go
LET PRICES TALK
15 lbs. Sugar for . . .
Tomatoes, 10 cans
Sweet Peas, 9 for.!. .$1.00
Canned corn, 10 for. .$1.00
Coffee, 4 lbs. for 95c
Soup Campbell's and
Van Camp's 10c
Ghlradelli's Chocolate. 22c
Cocoa, 4 lbs. for 40c
Royal White Soap, 23
bars for $1.00
24 bars $1.00
Calumet, lb 26c
Schillings, u. lb 2fie
Crescent, 1 lb 2Gc
Salmon, 9 cans $1.00
MEN'S WEAR AT GIVE
Men's Union Suits, light
and medium weight, re
gular $2.50, now. . .$1.35
Men's $2.50 Dress
Men's $1.50 work Shirt 75c
Men's Heavy 35c Sox. ,19c
Men's $3.50 Hats $1.85
Men's $5 and $6 Hats $2.85
$37.50 Suits given away
$45.00 Suits $24.85
$15.00 Boys' Knickers, all
wool suits, in all shades
and patterns $5.85
CASES A TRUNKS
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
T. S. Land office at Koseourg. Oro ,
July 2. 1921.
' Notice Ih hereby given that Mike Q
Kaatz. of Wendllng, Oregon, who, on
May 25. 1920, made Homestead enti?
serial. No. 012861. for VVV4 NEU. Sec
tlnti 9, Township 16S, Range 1V,
Willamettu Meridian, has riled notice
of intention to make final three yejr
Proof, to establish cUhu to the ahovo
described, before K. (). Immel, U. t.
Couitnissloiirr at hla office, at Eugene
Oregon, on the 6tli day of September,
Claimant name as witnesses: Her
bert J. Downing, of Wendllng, Ore
gon; KM ward (Vandal), of WVndlln.
Oregon; Artl.ur Stout, of Wendllng,
Oregon; W. llalley, of Wendllng,
W. H. CANNON. Register.
Ladies' Brown Kid Shoes,
military heels, $12 val
ues ,for $4.85
Ladies' Brown and Black
Kid Shoes, $9 value $3.85
Men's Shoes, $G and $9
values for $3.85
$10 and $12 values $5.85
Boys' Shoes and Children's
Shoes at Half Price
Men's Khaki Pants- regu
lar $3.50 at 7. $1.85
Children's Overall Play
Suits for 35c
$5.00 Suit Cases $2.85
$7.50 Suit Cases $3.85
$15.00 Trunks $9.85
$20.00 Trunks $11.85
Less Than Half Price
Indies 50c Lisle Vest..19o
Ladies' Bodice Union Suit
regular $1.50 65c
Ladies $2 Union Suit.. 85c
Ladies' Fall Underwear,
regular $1.75 85c
$3.50 Wool Union
Ladies' 75c Pants and
Vest ' 35c
Misses' Union Suits, regu
lar $1.00 value 35c
Lades' Hose, regular $1.00
all colors 65c
Ladies' Hose, reg. 50c. .17c
Infants' Hose 15c
$3.00 Corset $1.85
$3.50 Corset $2.25
$4.00 Corset $2.75
Store opens 8 a. m. Come Early
Every Purchase Must Be Cash
Sam Old 8tery But a Good One.
Mrs. Mabsla Hums, Savanna, Mo.
relate an experience, tho like of
which has happened In almost erery
nelKhbortood In this country, and has
been told and related by thousands of
others. follows: "I umd a bottle
of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea
Remedy about nlm vars ago and It
curd me of flux (dysentery). I had
another attack of the same complaint
thre or four yours ago and a few
l.'ea of this remedy cun-J me. I
have recommended it to donens of
people ilnoe I first used It and shall
continue to do so for I know It Is a
quick and positive cure for bowel
In Ihn Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Lsne County.
Lucius Sherman, plaintiff, ts. Ella
May Sherman, defendant.
To Klla May Sherman, lb above
In the name of the State of Oregon:
You are heneby summoned and re
quired to be and appear in the above
entitled Court nnd cause and answer
tho complaint of thH plaintiff on rile
herein BgaJnxt you wltt In six weeks
from the ditto of the first publication
of this sumrnoi to-wit, July 21st 1921
and If you so fall lo appear and ans
wer thereto within said time, plaintiff
will apply to the Court fur a decree:
dissolving the bonds of matrimony
now existing by and, but we en yoti
and the plaintiff, and for the custody
of the minor child, Lutle Sherman,
and for fuM relief.
Tils summons ts served up mi yoa
by publication in the Springfieii
News, a newspaper published lu
Springfield, Lane Coutp, Oregon, for
six consecutive weeks by order of the
Hon. C. P. Barnard, County Judge of
Lane Ooonty, Oregon, made and en
tered of record Jiily 18th, 1921.
C. M. KISSINGKR, attorney for
Plaintiff. Residence, cugene, Oregon.
Date of rirst publication, July 21, mi
Date of last publication, Sept, 1, 1921.
"Just Between You and Me"
says the Good Judge
Here's genuine chewing
satisfaction for you, hook
ed up with real economy.
A small chew of this class
of tobacco lasts much long
er than a big chew of the
ordinary kind that's be
cause the full, rich, real
tobacco taste lasts 6o long.
Any man who uses tho
Real Tobacco Chew will
tell you that.
Put up in two styles !$ , v.
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco