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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 18, 1921)
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AS GOOD AS YOU
t home that's the strongest
statement we ran oflter about
our Ice cream, Wlon you ran
get cream hke ours which com
pares In quality and flavor with
your own delicious, creamy
home-made, why bother with
making It at home? The cot
fa about the aame and you aave
all the fuss and annoyance.
Give You A Figure On
A J iimiinnm' I i i m iH
"A Good Bakery-
HOW ONE TOWN FINANCES
A CHAUTAUQUA COURSE
True, It Is an eastern town; though
when It was founded, seventy years
ago. it was called a western frontter
town. It Is true, too. that the town
tor a chautauqua association) owns
its own chautauqua grounds. They
are tic grounds of the former home of
a distinguished citizen, and were dedi
cated for this pnpose by Wnx J.
Bryan in a great address at the open
ing of the first session, four or five
Th town Is Bloomfleld. Iowa: 3
small county seat, with educational j
facilities far beyond the common j
through the greater part of its history,
and a citizenship far above the are;
age in culture and intelligence. They
have had chautauqua courses every
season for a long time, they have had
lump guarantees and trey have bad
deficits. In other words, they have
their eye teeth cut. and, it would seem
their wisdom teeth, too. Some per
sons, and some communities, have
their eye-teetL cut, maybe two or
three sets, but never cut their wii-
The Bloomfleld people nrm to be
1 framing how to manage the chautau
qua business. To the best of our
knowledge, they have never farmed
out the contract of furntsring a sea
son's course to one company. They
have kept the program within their
own control, made ttnelr own selixv
.tions and made their own contract
! with each person or company that
had a part on tie program. Lecture
and addresses form a large part of
The Bloomfleld chautaugua season
for this year opened last Sunday, and
will close next Sunday. That Is their
usual schedule. Bishop Chas. B. '
Mitchell of the "Metlodlst church,
was to give the opening lecture, last
Sunday afternoon. There was prob
ably some significance in the fact
that, at the bishop's request a musi
cal number which was to have pre
ceded his lecture, was placed after
it. A man wto had a lecture to give,
such as would be proper for a Metho
dist bishop to give at such a time
might naturally fel that his audience
would be in a less appreciative tern
University of Oregon
The College of Literature.
Science and the Arts.
The School of Architecture
and Allied Arts.
The School of Business
The School of Education.
The Extension Division.
The Graduate School.
The School of Journalism.
The School of Law.
The School of Medicine.
The School of Music.
The School of Physical
The School of Sociology.
Fall Term Opens September 26
A hifh standard of cultural and profetaiorl achoUrvKip has bcom
on of the outstanding marts of th Stale University for m catal'ue.
folder on the various schools, or tor any information, write
THE REGISTRAR. UNIVERSITY Or OREGON. Eura Ore.
in fact, anything made of paper and ink
That should appeal to your sense of fairness
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
Don't forget we have "No Hunting"
and "No Trespassing" signs for sale
"IT ALWAYS PAYS TO BUY AT CRAY'S"
You Know !
Gray's Cash Carry Is th only store in Springfield
where YOU KNOW you are getting what you pay for. No
guessing is ever done about the cost of charge service. Each
and every dllar spent here bring3 a dollars worth of mer
chandise. THATS WHY
"It Always Pays To
Buy At Gray's
Some of Our Prices
Carnation or Borden's Milk, 3 cans 35c
Bulk Cocoa, 2 lbs 25o
Nabiscos- pkg 10c
Argo Corn Starch, 2 pkgs 25c
(per after listening for an hour to the
j ordinary chautauqua music. Even If
. It should be call a "saervd concert",
'the lecturer would probably feel tie
! handicap none the leas,
i Now as to tlreir financial plan. The
', Bloomfleld paper last week published
'a list of 113 part I who joined in a
guarantee, Probably 100 of these
weiv single person. A few w-re
firms, club. Sunday school na si-,
and the like. Kadi of these guaran
tors merely became responsible for
five or more seanou tickets. Tickets
could be bought from tlese guaran
tors for 12.00. Tickets not covered
by this guaranty would cost $2.50.
Siugle admissions were 60c. The
chautauqua was not to open until
then guaranteed tickets were all sold.
Now let us see how this would work
out. There would be no chautauqua
untii at leant 5C6 tickets were sold.
That would give a bast for a reas
onable expectation that each speaker
wLo appeared on the platform would
meet an auaMenre of somewhere close
to 5C5 persons at a minimum. To this
miibt be added, in all calculations,
tlxa reason tickets sold through other
channels and the single admissions.
These &G5 season tickets, at $2.00
each, would provide an absolutely
guaranteed fund of $1130, with a con
llngenfc Increase from the palv of
otter season tickets and from single
admissions, which would probably in
crease the funds of the association
for the season to from $1500 to $2000;
and nobody would tie risking more
than $10 on the enterprise, and that
would cover his own attendance and
that of Ms family.
Whatever the people of Springfield
or any of tlem have in mind to do in
matters of this kind next season, it
is none too earl to be thinking about
it novjj We shall expect f have,
something to say along tlifse lines Ij
future issues, to whlct the above Is
posits), principal or lutereat. for a
period of more than seven (7) year
prior to said date, with the name,
last known place of residence or post
office address of such depositor, aoJ
the fact of his death, if known.
Dels M. Wood. Kugene, Ore. $15 00
Chas. Mi-Mahon, Wendllng. Ore 1.91
K. If. Malm, MK :.lo lirldge.
John Shafer, City . 6.1'fi
O. (I. Vosh. City U.3i
State of Oregon, County of Lane, as:
I, Wm. U. Hughes, being first duly
sworn, depose and say up.n oath
that I am the President of the Fir:i;
National Hank of Springfield. Couo(
ot I-ane. State of Oregon; that th
foregoing statement U a full, tri'e,
correct and complete statement, show
ing the name, last known residence
or postoffice address, fact of death, If
known, and the u mount to the credit,
of each depositor aa required by the
provisions of Sections 10180 1013. la
elusive, Oregon Laws.
Win. O. 1 1 TGI IKS. President.
Subscribed and sworn to before tne
this 15th day of July, A. I). 1021
LLOYD C. MAHTIN
My Commission expires July 6, 1924.
Notary Public for Oregon.
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Statement of Unclaimed Commercial
Statement of 'the
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Springfield, County of Lane, State
ot Oregon, showing tie amount stand
ing to the credit of every depositor
July 1, 1921, who has not made a d
posit, or who lias not withdrawn uny
part of hla deposit (commercial de-
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