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THURSDAY. AU0U8AT 18, 1921.
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
TOWN AND VICINITY
Springfield Taxi Service. Than I.
4ra. HI Holland and hT grand
on, nay DllllnjcH, went up to Del
knap Springs a wee ago, and
pectd to atay about two week. H-r
daughter, Mlsa Dorle Holland, aftr
her return from Newport, thia week,
waa expecting to apend the neat of
her vacation with them.
Dr. B. Ralph Dlppel, dentlHt, Spring
A movement la on foot to combine
ten echool dlatrlrta In that region In
(he eatabllarment of a union high
achool at Lowell.
Theodore Glaapy, whose horn la
near the Fall Crk aUtlon, la quite
aorlounly alck. He U about 84 year
old. and progenitor of a numerous
On Wedtwndaya tu will ae a feu
tare picture, two reel wwetern. and a
eomeily at Dell Theatre; no extra
Mr. and air. K. D. Hamlin are
moving to what fa known aa the
Richardson property, at th coiner ot
td and D Mrwin,
Cyr'a aedan Jitney. I't one 11.
The building recently vacated by
Mm. E. V. Hned and Hon la being
fitted up for that pupone an1 wlU be
occupied by Stewart and Bonnet
If. W. Hartley and family have
moved from East Springfield to Theo
dore McCrackcii'a property, adjoining
It In own rextdence on the norih.
"I'artnera of the Tld" U a splendid
COMMUNITY CASH STORE
THE PROPER PLACE TO TRADE
Del Monte -Pork and beans, No.,2Vi can 20c
Del Monte Pork and Deans, No. 2 cans- 3 for 50c
Del Monte Pork and Means, No. 1 cans, 2 for 25c
Del Monle Prk and Deans, small cans. 3 for 25c
Cantaloupes, good size 5c
Salted Peanuts, 15c per lb., 2 lbs. for 25c
Noxall Scratch, per wick $2.70
2 1G oz. packages Corn Starch 25c
Fresh Peanut Hutter, per lb 10c
Do not forget the Place
W. M. GREEN, Proprietor
The Delights of the
Seashore and Mountains
appeal to many thousands each year. He one of
the merry throng that go there this summer for
Health, Kest. Recreation and Amusement.
Summer Excursion Tickets
are now on sale to many delightful places.
Newport. IJeal for the family, Is this charming old
place that la tree from conventionalities.
Crater Lake. 0ua or the greatest acenlo wonders
of tie world, la thla beautiful lake of indteacrlbable blue.
Tillamook County Beaches. Loc ated amidst
a wealUi of beautiful, natural aurroundlngs, are these re
aorta Just a few mil beyond die Coast Range.
Other ReSOrtS. Detroit. Brltenbush Hot Spring,
Mt Jefferson County,) McCredle Hot Springs, Josephine
County Cavea, Shasta Mountain Resorts and Yoaemlte
"Oregon Outdoors" Out new Illustrated and deaerlp
tive booklet wUI help you decide on the resort of your
choioe. Let ua assist you by providing a copy free on
For further Information Inquire of ticket agents
Southern Pacific Lines
JOHN M. SCOTT,
a picture. It characters are real,
ao, too, are It altuatlona and action,
both above and below the wavea,
wlnere, by the way, you will ao the
very nweat development of . the
motion picture are move at a pace
which will hold you spellbound. Bull
Theatre, Saturday. August 20tl.
Mr. and Mra. J. It. Hawortb went
to Tillamook, Monday, for an outing
of a week or ten day.
L. K. Page haa In the pant few days
rerooBcd hi house on 6th and K
Try our aodas, I hoy are aodallcloua
ivte Tburman haa completed tte
building of a house for Mr. Wallace at
There will be preacfeing at the Dap-
tint church by the paator, Rev. B. C.
Miller, next Sunday, at 11 a. m. and
8 p. m.
Dr. R. Ralph Dlppel, dentist, Spring
Mr. Van VaJzah'a Sunday achool
rlaaa gave an ice err am aoclal on the
Hot tell elm corner, Friday evening.
There waa a good attendance, and the
jnel procfeda were eight or nine dol
lar, which waa to be applied on a
debt of the class.
Have you read the want ada.
Mr. Ktl el Hadkoy returned Satur
day from a two week visit with Mr.
and Mra. Olio Rice, nar Mapleton.
Rev. J. H. Ebert. former paator of
the Methodist church, waa In Spring
field a few hour Tuesday, on hi
'; . General Passenger Agent
EGG MALTED MILK
For Shopping Fatigue
A combination of malted
grains, pure milk and fresh
eggs can you think of
anything more nourishing
It is equal to an entire meal
and at the same time
provides a cold, satisfying
Just the thing for women
who are fatigued on -account
of a tiresome day's
way to tie camp meeting; at Cottage
Grove. He la now aerving a charge
"Sahara," featuring Louise Glaum,
also George Arliss who gained fame
In hla picture, The Ievll. Sunday,
August 2 let, at Bell.
;BOYS MAKE MONEY
j Snd your name to the Circulation
Manager, SUNSET MOGAZINE, San
j Francisco, and receive details of It
; special offer tomboys wfro want, to
; make spending money In vacation,
after school, etc. Attractive Special
, prize for producers.
j E. E. Morrison and a friend, Mr. Mc
, Lagan, a business man of Tangent,
made a motor trip occupying several
days, going as far south as Granada,
in northern California; returning ins
latter part ot last week.
Mis Jennie Reed, of Tillamook, a
, cousin of C. A. Eastman, apent a few
'days at the Eastman home the first
of this week.
Springfield Tail Service. Thone 2.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wyman spent a
two-weeks vacation at Cascadia re
turning last Friday.
Miss Hflen Bollurd. a stnoaraDhor
in tbe State Treasurer's office at
Salem, and a chum of Miss Dorrls
... . .
Sikes, apent the week-m at the
Sikes home. She had btM-n spending
some time ai Newport,
See 'Rich Girl, Poor Girl." with
Gladys Walton and clip u fortuue In
of Your Will
Banks and Trust Companies
are rapidly assuming a much
larger place than heretofore, in
the handling of estate and trust
accounts. Their maiy ad van
tagea over the individuul, among
which are permauency und con
tinuity of existence, experience,
and facilltk's for keeping com
plete and accurate records of
every transaction, qualify thm
1 absolutely for such duties.
This bank is authorised and
qualified to do this work. Yo.i
cannot do better than to name
as Administrator of your estate
38 years of helpful service
thrill coupon and love dividend.
Afeo Jack IVrrln In "The Midnight
Riders," and Snub Pollard In one of
tl latest comedies,
Geo. Randall, of Oregon City, visit
'rl wltl Dr. a;id Mra. Pollard part of
the pant week.
We had cloudy periods covering the
two past Sunday, witr only wprfnklp
at Springfield and considerable
shower at place nar by, at both
Mr. Emma 01n and Mrs. Bruce
Ixinsbury and two children went to
Newport Sunday, for a two-w"ek out
ing. Mr. and Mra. K. A. DePue have
been gone for a week or more on a
trip of probably two week to Crater
Laloe and Northern California,
Cyr's aedan Jitney. PI one 11.
Harold Lather, whose father and i
grandfather were blacksmith here in
past yars, dtad in Eugene, last Wed
nesday, of appendicitis, after but a
few hours of sickness. He tad been
but recently marrletV.
Mr. and Mr. Bob Ward and faml.y
left Sunday for a visit at Newport.
B. 0. Sankey and three daughters,
Maua. Margaret and Keuie, accom-1
peeled by Mra. L. C. Lensberry, niece ;
of Mr. Sankey, and her son Arbie
left Sunday by auto for a week vaca
tion at Newport
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Male and fara''
fly returned, Wednesday, from a
weeks vacation at Newport.
Thelma Crouch and her father rc-J
turned to Portland Tuesday. Mr. I
Crouch baa been here for the past!
we?k repairing his property on C!
street. Miss Croucl. had bon visit
ing here tine weck-erid.
John Abeene and Lee Moore and
their families, of Suthfrlm, passed
through here laot Thursday on their
way through the McKenzte pass and 1
A boy waa born to Mr. and Mrs j
Cogill etrday morning.
Prof. F. M. Roth and family left
Tuesday on a vacation trip to the
coast of British "Columbia.
J. and J. Fulop. of Portland, have
purchased the Farmers Exchange of
M. Glickman. The new firm com
menc-d business last Saturday. They
seem to be making their plans to
stay with us.
Prof. Roth and J. W. Coffin wer
engaged most of last wek in touch
ing up the sats and other furniture'
belonging to the old school building, !
which had been stored at the Lincoln
E. J. Fuller, of Eugene, who had
the contract for putting In the pemeat
sidewalks ordered Ly the council, has
! finished the work. His work was re
J ived nml his bill al!owtl by the j
ouncil August 8tb. it amounted
' . .a enAA rrL
to about 11200. There are some othf r
bills connected with his work tl at
have not yet been presented.
Work Is proceeding from both ends
of a section of 5 to 5 and oire half
miles of pavement between Goshm
and Creswell. The rock base will be
laid on a stuetch of about a mile aud
one half in some marshy ground In
the middle; and the rock will be left
o settle until spring; and then it
will be lewled and the paving laid.
NOTICE OF MEETING OF COUNTY
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
Notice is hereby given that on Mon-
day, September 12th, 1921, (being the
! Second Monday of said Month) the
j County Board of Equalisation for
I Lane County will meet at the Court
i House in Eugene. Oregon, and pub
licly examine the assessment rolls
(and correct all errors in valuation,
description or qualities of Lands, Lots
or other property assessed in said
rolls, at which time and place it shall
be tie duty of all persona interested
Dated August 12th, 1921.
HERBERT B. WALKER
J. J. HUTCHENS
Oak, ABh, Slab, Planer, 2nd
and Old Growth Fir.
Corner 2nd and A Streets
DR. EUGENE K ESTER
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone 82
Home Phone 91
11 to 12 A. M. 1:20 to 6 P. M.
DR. S. RALPH DIPPEL
DR. N. W. EMERY
Sutton Bltfg. Phone 20-J
Rsaidcnca Phone 129 W
LEM LEY'S PRESSING
FRED a LEMLEY Prop'r.
Cleaning, Preaaing, Repairing, Dye
ing. Hat blocked, Suits made to
Main Street Springfield
between 3rd and 4th Oregon
JOHN E. EDWARDS
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
Main and Third Oregon
. D. W. ROOF
FINE WATCH REPAIRING A
FRANK A. DE PUE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
W. F. WALKER
Full Auto Equipment
W. O. W. block
Office phone 62. Red. phone 67 J
For a fine Suit
perfect fit, go to
RAMSEY, The Tailor
ROBERT BURNS Lodge, No.
78, A. M. F., Ancient and
Accepted Scottish Rite Uni
versal and Symbolic Free
Masons meets first and third
Monday evening in Morri
son's hall. Visiting brother
F. L. Snodgrass,
W M. Green,
R W. M.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
will do what we claim for it
j cure Catarrh or Deafness caused by
Latarrii. We do not claim to cure
auv other disease.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
is a liquid, taken internally, and
acts through the blood upon the
mucous surfaces of the system, thu
reducing the inflammation and re
storing normal conditions.
All Druggists. Circulars free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Ortgon't Higher Inttiiulioa of
Eight Schools; Seventy Departmeata
FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 19, 1921
Fm iafofiaaiiM rMt tkt Rc itlrtr
Oregon Agricultural College
Hot Weather Diseases.
Disorders of the bowels are ex
tremely dangerous, particularly dur
ing the hot weather of the summer
months, and in order to protect your
self and family against a audden at
tack, get a bottle of Chamberlain
Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. It can
be depended upon. Many have ttatU
tied to ita eicellence.