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THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
Tublished Evry Thurmliy at Springfield, Lane County, Oregon, by
Y FREELAND A HENDERSON
Entered at the Postofftce at Springfield, Oregon, as Second-class
j Matter, February 24, 1903.
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An iova editor suggests n
remedy for the shortage of
'subjects' for dissection of
yhieh the medical colleges are
come of the fellows who make
kigh-priced leather out of 2
rent hides." That would bo
killing two birds with one stone,
and economy of that sort is the
prder of the day.
' The architect of the big pos
ters for the sale of "army sur
plus goods, in Eugene, had evi
dently done advertising for
special sales before. Ills "gi
Canticne8s' was a stagger to
.many readers. Let him try
giganticity" next time, for a
'that nothing but an unconquer-
t . . . . . .1
. awe niouesry prevemeu unu
from adopting the title, "Joseph
P. Tumulty as Woodrow Wilson
Knew nini. uii iue leuvra m v.-
a valuable contribution to
' A report comes from London
that a Buff Orpington cock, on
exhibition at Islington, has
fallen into the habit of laying
eggs. The appearance of a bull
somewhere is all that is needed
to make this story complete. He
will probably come in on the
The population of Ireland is
not much more than half what
it was 75 years ago. The United
States has received a large
share of what Ireland has lost.
It is alreadv cointed out that a
heavy return tide of emigration
Is likely to set in at once De
cause of the changed conditions
In the "ould country." Many a
member of congress, whose
constituency is largely Irish, is
beginning to feel uneasy about
the security of his seat.
rOR IAII ON TRAM
FOR 8AUC A few tone ot extra too I
ott hay. Will deliver or Mil from
bar. S mil from Springfield. Call
EuifM Ul P. O. box S5. ftp
FOR SALE Lars. Tnd growth ftr.
well reasoned, prtca reasonable
r-lton 8prlnfleld JSFJ. Stc
WANTED Family wanning. Satis
faction guaranteed. Mr. A. E.
Graham, corner of 9th & n. 2tp
WILL FIT. Eyttlasse tn exchange
for cordwood. Addroa Apt. A3.
IUrtle Court. Kuavne. Oregon. !te
lit roold bay. dona, that th people
In tha rett ot th. world, eten thoi
whom we regard aa "outer barbarians
are. ot om. use, aren It It It only
that we may have tomebody to tell
oar produce to,
Mr. Wallace. In hi official report.
Imi balanced up with en expert- eye.
the thing that make against them
and the thing thai make tor them,
and given u hi Ju Igement that "bet
ter time" are Just ahead.
THE LOGIC OF EVENTS
NOTICE Will prea.H-ute any one
trespassing on O. It. Kessey'i pa I
tura without permission. Mo.-t1
Mungvr. 15 p
As we read Mr. Tumulty's
later letters, we are convinced
Eamonn de Valera, who, for
a good while back, has posed as
the president of the "Irish Re
nnhlir" nrtnosed the "Deace
pact" lately signed by the ac
credited representatives of the
British government and the
Irish revolutionists. There will
no doubt be a very general sus
picion that his chief reason for
opposing it was that it will put
One of the chief ohjectlon mail"
: to the league of nntlon. whllf It wa
. ponding, wa that It Inched too much
NOTICE jlllte an alliance with foreign nation.
;a thing which had been a bugbear to
American for a hundred year. Tho
fact that It wa an alliance, If It wa
to be ao regardel. In the Interest ot
peace, whla the alliance we had
an end to the issuance of public Uu,nt ,0 dnp'1 wtr ''",
documents signed. "Eamonn de I fcr rToaa of war., counted for
Valera. president of the Irish. no,h,n Tne Uci ,h,t wrr
Republic." I ready In alliance with nrarly all th
am nation, ana lor purpose ot
war and that the proposed al'.lanca
wa to prevent tuch a thing from
coming to paa again, counted for
nothing. We must continue to ling
the tong we bad o long loved to ting,
although In the changed condition It
had become mere Jargon. - !
It would aeem that tbe four-power (
agreement, wnicn I now ready Tor
signature, goea much farther In the
direction ot an alliance then anything
contained In the leaguo of natlou.
Hut the world hoa mowj ilnce theJ
league wa proponed, and we hnw
moved with It. Not vry gracefully
We have been a good deal like a co
Discussing the proper diet for
an athelete in training a cham
pion wrestler is quoted as saving
that he eats what be likes. That
is "becViuse he is a champion
wrestler. Many of the rest of
us would like to eat what we
like, but we cannot afford it, be
cause we are not champion
wrestlers or prize fighters.
THE FARMERS PROSPECTS
We Will Back It
Abwlu'ly we will back t-very suck oi
that goes out of our plant. Wi nre here to make good
and we arc going to nee to it that every sack of our
products proves entirely satlnfactory.
"It Pays to Uia Home Products"
SPRINGFIELD MILL AND
Ilnry Wallace, secretary ef agri
culture, and formerly a practical fann
er and the editor of an agricultural
paper, aa hi father waa before Mm. tied behind a wagon. Some of u have
In aummlng ap condition facing the ( done a good deal of bellowing at time
farming Industry. In hi first annual .and plowing up the ground, but that
report to the president, say: "There
eems to be good reason for tx-llev
Is all the good It ha clone. The wagon
usually prcvalU over the cow In such
Special Week-End Sale
Friday and Saturday
December 16-17 Only
U. S. Ilip Rubber Boots $4.93
U. S. Rubber Knee Boots 3.45
$5.00 U. S. government Standard Wool Shirt 2.95
$33.00 to $40.00 Men's Suits, all wool 24 S5
$10.00 Men's Mackinaws COO
U. S. Army Breeches, reclaimed 1.25
3 pairs Army mixed wool sox l.oO
Work Shirt 9c
$10.00 and $12.00 High Top Shoes, 16 inch $8.75
$7.00 and $8.00 Work Shoes . . . 4.50
$10.00 Dress Shoes 6.00
$8.00 Dress Shoes 5.00
$7.50 Ladies Shoes 5.00
Vi.00 Ladies Shoes 3.75
$7.50 Ladies Pumps 4.00
Big lot Boys Shoes, sizes 2 to 5y2 2.00
Big reduction on Childrens Shoes
Specials in Groceries
lng that the worst Is over, and that rate, an I o It ha been in thl case
we may reasonably hop for gradual v, are coining
j Improvement from now ft e fact is. the first .hot fired hv
j This paragraph contains the rlsl oivwey fji-t a't Mnnilu. In l9S,
the secretary a summary of the conill : bu kc up our oi l Chines Isolntloo,
; tior.s which have combined to produce j and carted a train of ev.-nt which
the difficulties with which th- farmer . ha landed us whrre we are thin week.
cf thl country have recently had to. it was Inevitable that It should be so
contend: "High freight rates, b'.g
With every 2y2 lbs. of Folger's
Golden Gate Coffee
One-half lb. Free
For the 3 lbs.
'Crop produced in the face of high
icost.s. unemployment in other Indu
irw in in- couuiry. wn iiiuni . Th. ,,,,. MvHlrt ,..,,
'. lessening in buying of foodstuffs, and j w (.
; the lack cf foreign markets for the ,, ,Q nkBnon,a ,,,,,. ,0 ,,,.,.
farm surplus are given ty tne secrr- ,I(.r h d.-ar to l rv w-nt.
;tary as the more Immediate u- : Af,r , f.-w short year with Iw r wore 1
for present conditions in agriculture. ;
He lays particular stress upon tin j
lack of foreign markets and high :
' freight rate."
The prevailing American habit of
;b'arning somebody within clubbing
.distance cf us with all our Ills has ! 'i
many persons, not only the tanner
but th man on the curbstone, to Ik
; nore or be'lttle the effect of the paia
j lysis of Industry In Europe upon thi
! prosperity of business In this country.
iThe prospect of a steady run of b'isi-
I nes prosperity In this country, s.ji
leng as all business activity In th 1 1
world Is completely prostrated for
lack of means to move things or n
buy the barest necessities, may well
be compared to the prospects of h
man who should set up a fine dry
good store In th? midst of the famine
district In China. Armenia or sout!.
Although It Is an unpleasant, a-:'!
even humiliating way cf acquiring "
needful education, the cataclysn
which has Involved so much of tin
world and effected it all Is teachlntr
us self HUfflclent Americans as nothing
thl life ara o'er.
And the children reach that bright
and happy shore.
We will met tha cnea so d.-ar to our
And dwell In llory. never mora to
Mr. Annie V. Col..
In memory of my great grand
Thl brlf tracing of the faml.v
lire will show th connection ami
bind cf affection which prompted
the above poem. 7.lba K. Johnson,
lately deceased, was Mr. Col"' inn
Th "Myrtle" of the poem th-
lfo of her grandson James T. John
rn, and the foster moth'T of tl.o
child I.uclle. About the lime of th
death cf her foster mother, about a
year and a ha'f ago. I.uclle, thou about
s'x year old, went to II vm with rela
tive In Oklahoma Scarcely '-citing
lc. the loved tin rntitln. Mm.
Cob senjs this tribute of affection.
of the bowel, without unpleaaant af
fect, but banish that dull, stupid
feeling, that ofnyt accompanies cone
Many bitter tears by her wer she I '
When she thought of her a pin. !
with iho dead.
Anil many, many time Lutile worn I
Tho irayrrs that Myrtle had taught
the child to sny
And the little one would any, "Sumn ,
The herd wll! take my troubles nil
For I've been taught J-su would
always care j
For children who wk him In earnest
I hope that every little girl whose
life Is sad
Wi'l axk the Lord In prayer to make
He wants the little ones to come to
For 'tis buch His Kingdom reign
When all the Joys and sorrows 0!
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
I'. 8. IJtn J cfflce at Itoseburg. Ore.
gen. I'lerembur 6, 1921.
Notice Is hereby given that Kail
Hay Krledly, of Villa,- Oregon, who.
n May 14. 19:'0, nunlo Hornet' h !
entry. Serial Nu. 0IJK1I. for the S',
of XKU and 84 of NW cf. S. -r.
tlon :t.t. Township l'-.S. Hange :k,
Willamette Meridian, has filed nolle.,
to make Final lhrn-y-ar proof. In
talillsh claim to the land above de
scribed, befrrw K. . Iiiim'd. I. S
roinnilssloner. at hi offli e, at KuKene
Oregon, on the 16th day of January,
Claimant names us witnesses:
Homer Craft, of I-abuig, Oregon; H.
Pt Nes, of Leaburg. Ongon; IJ"n
Chlllscn, of Leaburg, Oregon; W. II.
Tendell, of Vlda, Oregon.
W. II. CANNON. Iteglster.
In th Circuit Court of the Btata of
Oregon, for the County of Ijiho.
Wa'ter K. Hogg, plnlrtlff, va.
Marie Itcgga. defendant.
To Marin flogga, the detnlam
In the nam of the Stale ol Oregon,
you arv hereby required to appar amf
answer the complaint filed against
you In the above entitled suit within
nix tOl week from tho date of tha
first publication of this iiiniiutni;
and if ynii fall to answer, for waitt
thereof i lie plnlntlff will tako a decree,
against yi u dl'.o'vlng the marrlag
contract now existing between you
Tli I summons I publlnhed once a
week for six (8 successive wvt'k.
In thu Springfield News, a paper of
geti'-rnl circulation, published In l.an
county, Oregon, by onler of (1. F.
Sklpwortli. Judgi cf the above en
jtltlel court, made ami entered on th
;Rth dav of November, 1921, and th-t
Mat of the first publication hr.f
Is Thursiliiy th 10th day of Novrnv
WILLIAMS & IIKAN, Attorney (or
plalnliff. Kugene, Oregon
iv.ile i f first publication Nov. 10, 1921.
Date of last publication lvc. 22, 1921.
Taking Dssperate Chanc
When You Ara Constipated
To Insure jt healthy action of thl
bcwela and correct 'disorder of the
liver, takq two of Chamberlain's Tab
let Immediate'? after supper. Thev
will not only cause a gentle movement
It Is true that many contract severe
col Is and recover from them without
taking any precaution or treatment,
and a knowledge of thl fact load,
ethers to lake their chance Instead
cf giving their cold the needed at
tention. It ihoukl be borne In mind
that every cold woaken the lungs,
lower the vitality, make tho system
leHsable to withstand each succeeding
attack and pave the way for the mora
serious disease, ('an you afford lo
lake auth desperate chance whn
Chamberlain' Cough Itemedy, fumoua
for Its curt-H of bad colds may be had
for a trifle?
15 lbs. Sugar $1
10 lbs. White Karo Syrup 52c
25 bars Royal White Soap $l0
Corn Starch, 3 pkgs 25c
Mustard, 6 oz. bottle fc
Wessen Oil, 1 qt. can E9c
Pure Aluminum Coffee Percolator $1.00
Milk, Tall Borden or Carnation, 2 for 25c
Tomatoes per can 10i
Brown Beans, 10 lbs- for $1.00
Big reduction in Dry Goods. A selection -fit Outing
Flannel In all shades, per yard 18c
"We Always Sell It for Less9
If you are planning on any Holiday printing, bring it
in now, before the rush, thus assuring you first choice
of samples; also an early delivery of your order.
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