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TlIUItSDAY. DHCKMItKIl 8. 1921.
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
TOWN AND VICINITY
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( u Kt 'i rl.i j-, .Ti-mln-r 17, !k
lull.., c.f Mm iIpii.-Ii Aid will
ll l.t il :'kM food nm Xinn Rtr.'l
nil-' nt l.diil Ciiih.i iiluiiilii.lt "Imp
TIi in n!l tin u rliil mirt'diiK of
(he chamber nt Ciiiinii mi .) Fild.iv
evenli.g fur tlin ii'imhr Inin'iies me. i
lnii and nl o H nniiikrr. A ('ill ntt-nd-ante
l ttnli '.I t'uniM truly, ,'!'(
II (I Manicni, t ?n, Ay. (i irnye,
mi-I!' I ."ir ( i l. r In cai 'y Idi your
VM3 Wlll KniKlil car.
A mn win li in to Mr run Mil AI"t
limb M'T. Tu nt.iy Tln I'lHtciirr live
en ilio faun ( r"'h rou'l. 2 oi 3 nilln
l.cyt nd May I 'll lirlittii. f
Cime Sugar M 20. S',4 lb. Hit! I
Km i. !!); 5 Urn. HkIu Kuro, 34c; 10
Km. HkIh Karri, fire; 5 Vi. dark Kuro,
30c; 10 lha dntk Kuro. f.Tc nt Km-ed's J
Flank Mi !rr mintnlnt I tin opera
tion fc,r ni'i)i.nllrilln at I lie Hpilng
fl lim.!n Tuesday.
W. ( V. iiii'i-ti every TucMiluy
evening nt V. . W. brill.
Sunt i ho morning right wlili a
whilexnluo dlh of Jni r' Hienk-
fiihl (! nihil in. Kolil hy lemtliiK (trocera
Hov. Vttrne commeiu eil lnt Hue-
ility tveulinj a auiloa uf lUieu vx-tittiK i
. - . .i . ii.... i m ...i n'L
MTiiiun c I ill" i run ikui ouii . m.'i
m ilium Wt Huinlay ovoulm aa oil'
' Th rrtMligr.1"; Hint nf next Kun'tuy,
Mll h oi. "Th 1'n.iim.l. UUtur,.";jUiB a f U(,
nu tlm third. "Til l'ro.llial llroi hrr '. . . . , ., .. . , . . . !
1 b-en lor a ruihI wbllo th only il;ufl
Dr. S. llnlpb Dlj-pel. dentlM. Spring
Tom Moorrt h a eontcoun rob n
young millionaire who osea a po
liceman to trap crook In bio own
Imme. Tho famous ainlto ha never
radlKted to better pupose; the genlu!,
lovablo personality hiis never regis-
tered with mnr telling effect. "Off I-
cer CM", at Dell, Sntui tay I c. 10th. '
J. W. titevena has repurchased from
his brother tho bicycle and r"iiei 1
lepulr business which he sold to blotter at the Hell theatre, this time with
about a year ago. Wes had conducted(a icrcon Intorpretstlon cf ono of tin
the business for abnu 10 years be- j funniest shows that ever made a hit j
fnre the sale to Gilbert, and the latter on Troadway. If your are partial to J
bad been an occasional helper. During
the year thf Gilbert bus hold It, Wes!
has workod almost constantly. I
For private piano W-ssoni a Miss I
Itmti Scott or phone 126J. 1
COMMUNITY CASH STORE
WHERE CASH BEATS CREDIT. WHY PAY MORE?
You can afford to eat the beHt If you buy here. "The
Store Thai Save You Money."
Uivi.ot lViintnnn. K lbs 2;"o
lllack Figs, per lb
White Figs, per lb
Fancy Iayer Figs, per lb
leYenrh PrunCH. 12 lbs
Italian Prunes, lbs SI "1
Diamond A Hrand Prunffl, per lb- 15c
Diamond A Hrand Truiies packed ready to ship
C lb. Hox 8Sc
8 lh. Ilox $1-35
2 lb. Package
6 lb. Package
W. M. GREEN, Proprietor
THE LEADING GROCER
GOODYEAR -SOUND U. S. TIRES
We repair any car and carry a
complete lino of equlppment.
4th A Main
Tim 2ml Ave. f'.iirsifi' In now liuri.l
Hue S'. tin. I T 1 1 ami Tubes.
Tim ViIl!iini.(tf f'Hmp Kim girls
Ind il pnrty lit Hip h Irll schorl bul'd-
Ing tail I'lldiiy rvelili.g Tie supper'
l .itiii ' of Dm affair w;m given at the
of MUs Kili'"i Killeeii.
Wood nf all Mm! for ;iK
Walker. Hprlnirf;.'! 1.
l.cii y Hum , v. It ! it force .f helper
li'tn- l.ui ii iHkk'K 'i" !iti l. . Mi'lim
III li e plum! hK ami laying
Hi' nl fl'.i in In ih bull roimiM In tH'"
I. lull sthotil K '! Hit hIu ill. thin week.
'I lie lil.itt rv i f "Kn.it I.yiiiii'" In tin
hlBlory of Mm A me r I' nil thentro an I
It ulho plays n largo role In thu his
tory of our literature. "East Lynn-'",
nt Hell. Sunday. Iwe Utli
Fgg Mush $2.30 Kcmtch $2 SO.
Nortliwt'Ht hard wheal flour $1.83.
Valley (lour $1.3& at Hm ed's.
The net returns to the library fund,
at the tn'uellt at lie thentro recntly.
were siiiiicihlng over t'Si.
Wooil for mil" hy .Viitlocal I'ro luctii
( .. thn ''! Klili. r Hnutlii mill on
"' aiiuy Titront f. il .Walker.
Ot: thlnK which airuck a vlnlfir on
tho mill yanl. tho IIihi 1 -w Ouys ,
aflT tho opeiilnK, an reculliM was
W. O W, meet every
evening nt W, O. W. hall.
wber Ihero bad be-n any noiso oi ,UBt TnuriM,ajr nlK)lt ,h, , lhe tor
algn of activity, now that tho lawnilll mPr rlse TbrrB WBI1 n0 enl.ra
bad atarteJ up. th pinners were l- . bcttom. The over-
I ten i. i ne piiincra nnu usu up an
i the stock they had to work on. ird
j now they have to wait until the w
llnlll furnishes them with otne more.)
Orders taken for hixtecn Inch orj
four foot old growth Fir. differ;
Illucksmlth shop, South 2nd. street.
T'm Moc;o Is caught In the act
again caught starting a riot of Inugh
a high-class comedy, don't mlsa this
film. "Officer 666", at llo'.l. Saturday
December lot It. (
Egg Mash $2 30 Scratch $2 30.!
Northwest hard wheat flour $1.85.
area ijaaii i i ar
0 . r ' iJ -.fc 'lA
Saturday, December 10th
(juf titoi U cf Hi II. lay Cooils
Iiuh arilvi.il ci ti.l U li.-IrK I ro
imrfil for dlHi'luy. Wi; Hcirclii'J
tlm hoi:! liiiirket:! for tl.t! Int"!
lioveln h nn'l to this a ihiii tinit
li:no fii!''.'J o'l. l.nes til Mtni'Io
Conni III ami limped thn KooJ
wlil'e llmm aio iiiib.-okrn. You'll
not lie iirK'-il to huy. Wo merely
wn:t oit to m tho poml Hill
gut your IJons rernnllng thetii.
You rannct afftnl to buy any
thlnK until you hnvo aen our
ntork an! Icariiei our irli"fii.
I'liin to cum? to I V.i? OpenliiB and
lirlng your frl;:i.ln.
Vulley flour $1.35.1 8nc4'a.
The rvpr wal a , w nchea
fiw Inches Llzhcr
How was confined to a few d-ous ,
Pr. S. Raich Dlppel. dentist. Spring'
Cane Sugar $6 20. 2V4 lbs. light
Ksro, 19c; 5 IbJ. light Karo, 34o; 10
lbs. light Karo. 62c; 5 lbs. dark Karo.
30c; 10 lbs. dark Karo. 67c at Sneed's.
Vt, f vrliaul your car for legs,
lry ug jj Ave rjarage.
Th( marshal has been doing sonu
fancy Diluting on the curbs In the
burliness center of the town, warnlnj
against parking In certain placet.
Wood cf all kinds tor tab. F. II.
I For prlvats piano lessons see Miss
Ruth Scott or phone 126J.
Th? I' lilted Artisans will hold a
special mr-etlng, December 14. at the
home of Mrs. Van Valrah. Dr. S3hel-
man will be there aud a gcod attend
ance la desired.
Try our sodas, they bn sodallcloua
Wood for sale by National Product
Co., the old FIsher-Boutln mill
Brcadway atroet F. II .Walker.
The business consisting of a gaso-
Ine service station and a small stock
of merchandise formerly carried on at '
the Collins store building In West '
Sprlngfii Id. by the late T. B Masters,
has R'e-i sol I to Jel.n Gates, who lives
In the tnnnedlate vicinity.
Dr. S. Uulph Dlppcl. dentist. Spring
1 Ted Goodwin Is Va ling the singing
at the Christian church evangelistic
j The Slstera of Mercy, who operati?
the Mercy hoapltal In Eugene, have
taken charge of the Springfield hos j
pital since Miss Rien cave up the
I work. They will carry on at least
.through the current month. By that
tlma aome permanent arrangement
will no doubt ba made.
Notice ia hereby given that
aeml-annual state examinations
I teachers certificates will be held In
the circuit court room in Eugene
'commencing Wednesday, December
21, at 9 a. in. and closing Saturday
December 24. All teachers whose
certificates expire are required to be
'on hand promptly at 9 a. m. on Wed
nesday. A achcdule of the days on
which subjects will be given can be
had by applying to
I E. J. MOORE, County School Supt.
FARMER'S WEEK DEC. 26-31
Farmers week at O. A. C. has been
scheduled for December 26-31. 8even
I winter short courses in latest farm
practices developed by the experiment
station will run as follows:
I Two weeks course In fruit and vege
table growing, Deo. 3-17.
Four weeks course in beekeeping,
Jun. 30 Feb. 25.
Four weeks course In grain grading,
Jan. D 21.
Elevon weeks course in tractor
mechanics, Jan. 2 March 18.
! Eleven weeks course in dairy manu-
I I il 7Ti ih !
The N.-i'ill'.ciR.'t cloh n.et on Thurs
day aftcrro m at Hm liemo of Mra. H
'' n,l,"r- ss' -:rriU 5'h (hrln'-
mas d.-ci ritlona viv? a tlesslnir toncM ,
of tl'O coinltiK s-H-nn of rliwr. Frank
tin Diury, lrw as Banta Claua,
1 rerentml erieh Dicmh-T T.ith a small
gift from thn f'hrltmiis treo. A
dainty tw-ncourai lunch wis rve1
(lurlnK the nfiBrpriDii Mrs. T. I).
Yarnei a d Mrs. W. 11. lY-llnnl an
s!ted tlir h'Stciis In Sf-rvliiH. Theie
w re Hilrleei n Tiihers present. 1
The Invited ku"u for tlif. afternoon
wer": Mrs. Fred I-'ln her, and Mrs.
Walter Finder, -f Murcol.i; Mrs.,
I'rstt Holveriion rind Mrs. Alieo Iirr-h
cf S:rlni'fi I. ('kit tuml n pre
sent: Mesdamea, C 'ljen, Harry
Htewart. W. II. Po!larl. Wm. Klllee-i.
Alex MrKenr.le, ft. P. Morfensen. W.
.V. I.or.a. A. II. Jaire't. I). W. Crltos,
T. R Ynrnoa,' Henry Adrian. Mrs.
Mlll- r and Mrs. Curl ricker. of Eu
The K nnlrgtcn club met at tne
hcm of Mrs. Anna Kr.ox Iiecsm
I 'T 2. The afternoon was spent wl,h
needle wcik. A two-course luncheon
wna served to the fr llowlnft memlrs: ,
Mesdamei, H. W. Whitney, L. May. I
rjiis.'o, I. J. Lorah, J. E. Kdwards, J F.
Moore 'or(r,an, K. W. Bressler, W. V.
Wallior. I.. II. .Wei, o. B. Keggey. C.
E. Wh-afon. and M'ss Edna Bwartn.
A Chrliflmas tree will be (he feature
of the next meeting December 16, at
the home of Mrs. C. E. Swarls.
The ladles of tho Needlecraft club
are In the habit of giving a party once
a year at which their husbands are
entertained. This annual party was
held at the home of Mra. H. M Stew
art lant Friday evening. Guessing
James and other arauaementa were a
feature of the evening A two-course
lunch was served. Thirty-two persona
facture, Jan. 2 March 18
Eleven weeks course In general agr!'
culture, Jan. 2 March 18.
Five months dairy herdsman course
Jan. 2 Ju.'.e 10.
The heme makers conference will
not t? held in connection with farmers
we.k but will receive special atten-j
tlr.n during the w&tk beginning March
HENS KEPT HUNGRY
winter one-third cf the daily ration During the past ten years
Is best fed In the morning and two many of the greatest compisi
thirds at night. Be careful not to Hons have been rendered by our
el iiHnnti' in mt IIia
over feed as the layers must te kept
busy. When tb?y show signs of net
being hungry cut down on the amount.
O, A. C. experltuert station.
FALL FRESHENING BEST
Fail freshening cews yield from 10
to 20 rr cent more milk duilng the
year thaa those freshening in th l
grring. and their greitcst yield comes j
at the season when rices are highest, j
which makes this a profltahe dairy
practice. Breed cows as far as prac
ticable In December, January, and
Ft.nruary for fwsherlng In September
vt.v, n a a: exw
I IK ll UCI PHM i-s w v in - '
WINTER TREE PLANTING GOOD prized by mothers of young children
Fruit trees may be plantoif la West- for coVs. croup and whooping cough,
crn Oregon frcm now on wheneveiias It a'ways affords culck rei"f anl
s ol and weather conditions permit. is free from opium and other harmful
'Obtain well matured trees and then
l?rune the roota carefully before set
tin to make smooth cuts mat win
callous over quickly. Watch the roota
carefully while pruning and reject
trees showing signs of, wool? aphis,
crown gall, or mushroom root rot.
Winter setting allows the trees to get
well established for early spring
growth and brings the work at a time
when labor is abundant. O. A. C. ex
periment station. -
, SMALL HOG HERD BEST
Reeausa of the low crlce of grata
nd th. tron demand for hogs U
reasonable to exDect history to re
peat Itself that Is, there will be so!
many aowa bred that the supply wm
exceed the demand In a couple of
yeara. The sate hog production pro
gram is ono based on a proper balance
with other industries on the farm. A
few sows maintained year In and year
out will be a source of profit on prac
tically every farm. O. A. C experi
ment station. -
SEEKS LOWER FARM COST
Lowering the unit cost of farm pr
ductlon by newer methods of crop
ping, soil handling and general farm
management, Is the aim of Farmer's
week at O. A. C, December 2631.
Dairying, livestock management, horti
culture, crops, farm mechanics, soils,
poultry and bee methods, are some of
the subject up for consideration.
Evening programs cf entertainment
features, including educational movie
are listed. One and a half fanes hava
ben granted by the railways for all
who reglbter. Registration ia free
II. S. Students
Why fctudy muHir- for credit?
The l'.tclfic Conservatory of
Music boliovca vou havt tho
ability to make your education
more t.oniIJjete f)y Btudying
,111(BC af on outf,i(Ie gubjot t wltll
a rogViar graduatillK COtirhe.
r : - " ""..:
The greatest teachers of th
! world absolutely are Conserva-i
tory graduates. Ellsworth!
i Crocker, violin teacher at the
r,.:i r.owo- ta o rv!
The Pacific Conservatory
teaches a practical short-cut
I nnnrcn f1rci ariiorl tn fllt-tlieri til,'.
(means for mastering any music j
jwr(tten fcr the Violin. Piano,
(Voice, Cello. and wind instru-
iPacific Conseivatory o:
731 Willamette St.,
.Mother's Favorite. ,
The soc:h!ng and healing properties
of Chamber'.aiirB Cough Remedy, Its
i.t.Kn tr anri m-mnt and effee -
- r - 1
tive cures have made it a favorite with
people everywhere. Jt is especially
Corvall-s, Or., Dec. 26-31, 1921
Winter Short Courses
Put Science Into Farm Practice
Fruit and Vegetable Course
Dec. 3-17. '21
Tractor Mechanics Course
. . -Jan. 2-Mar. 18, '22
u;Dry Manufacture Course
' Jan- Mr.
...Jan. Mar. 18, '22
Dairy Herdsmen's Course
Jan. 2 June 18, '22
Grain Grading Course .
Jan. Ml, "22
Jan. SO Feb. 25, '22
Mar. 20-26, '22
Oregon Agricultural College
Full Information on any Course by
THE REGISTRAR, O.A.C.. CorvaUls.
By virtue of an order of the probate
court of Lane county, Oregon, made
and entered in the estate of Milton A,
Nicolle, deceased an the 27th day of
August, 1921, whereby the under
signed administrator was authorized
to sell the following described pro
perty belo iglng to Milton A. Nlcolb ,
For a fine Suit and a
perfect fit, go to
RAMSEY, The Tailor
DR. EUGENE KESTER
Physician and 8urgeon
Office Phone 82
Home Phone !U
11 to 12 A. M. 1:30 to 5 P. M.
DR. S. RALPH DIPPEL
DR. N. W. EMERY
Sutton Bldg. Phona 20-J
Residence Phona 129 W
FRED G. LEMLEY Prop'r.
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing, Dye
ing, Hata blocked, Suit made to
Main Street Springfield
between 3rd and 4th Oregon
JOHN E. EDWARDS
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
Main and Third
D. W. ROOF
FINE WATCH REPAIRING A
FRANK A. DE PUE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
W. F. WALKER
Full Auto Equipment
W. O. V. block V
Office phone 62. Re. phone 67 J
ROBERT BURNS Lodge, No.
78, A. M. F.. Anicient aaid
Accepted Scottish Kite Uni
versal and Symbolic Free
Masons meets first and third
Monday evening in Morri
son's halL Visiting brother
R. U CROSS,
R W. M.
. HOWS THIS?
ITALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
will do what we claim for it
I cure Catarrh or Deafness caused by
1 Catarrh. We do not claim to cure
anv other disease.
IIALL'S CATARRn MEDICINE
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18 a Uquiu, taKcn nuernauy, aaiu
acts through the blood upon the
mucous surfaces of the system, thus
reducing the inflammation and re
storing normal conditions. ;
All DrupgiFt8. Circulars free. '
F. J. Che no Or... Toledo, Ohitt.
at the time of his decease, to-wit: ;
Beginning at the southwest corner
of the Felix Scott, Jr, Donation Land
Claim Number 51, notification Num
ber 3256, in Township Seventeen
south. Range three west of the Willa
mette Meridian, In Lane county, Ore
gen, running thence north 89 degrees
55 minutes east 2611.6 feet, tbenc
north 6H minutes east 4228.46 feet to
the center of the county road; thencsr
west along the center of said road
653 9 feet; thence south 667.18 feet;
thence west 652.9 feet; thence, south
667.18 feet; thence west 20 feet;
thence south 494.39 feet; thence west
930.54 feet; thence south 731.76 ieet;
thence west 355.26 feet; thence south
1667.95 feet to the place of beginning,
containing 183.24 acres more, or lees;
all in Lane county, Oregon.
The undersigned administrator will
on Saturday, the 31st day of Deem
ber, 1921, at the hour of 1 o'clock p.
m. sell the above described real pro
perty at the southwest door of the
county court house in Eugene, Lane
county, Oregon, to he highest bidder
for cash; and If no satisfactory bid
be had, the administrator will reject
said bids and preceed to sell the said
property at private sale. Said pro
perty will be sold subject to the mort
gage of $15,000.00 or for the full
amouut of cash in baud as the pur
chaser may desire.
Dated this 2Sth day of November,
1 Nicolle, Administrator, EutaH
oi V . on A. Nicolle. deceased.