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THURSDAY. DKCEMHEJI 18, 1921.
THE eriUNOnELD NEWS
TOWN AND VICINITY
The slate university will hr a
two-weeks vacation, beginning Friday
vwilng, tlio lOlli.
)r mn tell no fnlea.
V. U V. meets every
wn:w a' a', ,. i..ll.
J W. liskrr has bn laid up al ; ii,0jway ,ri(t, jr. h .Walker,
homn (or Him past two or thro months
cnrt-ely able to mov about moil of! ' Kstlmr Ttrattaln ! now aerv
tho time. Ilia old tc.itln ailment '' bookkeeper at the Eugenn
o( rheumatism, a slight stroke of para ! strain laundry, a oltlon formerly
lysis he had a few montha ago and "N"'1 lH,cr. Mr- "rJ'-
blood poisoning from a woumkd ,
flngrr h9 had itmputatrd last summer
all have contributed
to hla treint
Making horses go over cliffs proves;
a two day Job on "The Westerners
at Hell, Haturday, Dec. 17lh.
For private plana hsons aee Mis
Roth Scott or phone 1IU.
The third aermon of tbe series la
-The Prodigal Son", which Rev. Tboa.
D. Yarnes la preaching at tte Math1)
dlat church, will be given next Sun
day evening. It will be on "Tbe
Dr. 8. Ralph Dlppel, dentist. Spring
W. O. W. meets every
evening at W. O. W. hall.
rr. 8, A. Dan ford, dint rlc t superlil
Inndent, will hold the first quarterly
ronf.'rem-e of Hie year at the Metho
dint church Wednesday evening, Ih-c
An you a ilwk boldor of the Amerl
ran Lifcorraph Co.? If ao ao a pic
turn made- In Oregon by your compan)
' Tho Golden Trail", at Hull, Sunday.
Mr. and Mr. John Wlntenrled weit
to Portland tin first cf tho wvrk, lo
be with their daughter, Mr. Jon
Lemons, who underwent an operation
Mr. Wlna-nrU'd returned Tuesday
evening Mra. Wliuenrled reiimlno 1
wlih her daughter for a whlla. I. I),
1-arliinT has !' n
store this week.
BKMlhtlug In tin
Start the morning right with a
wholusomo dish of J:iM-r'a Ilieuk
fast Qinhum. Sold by leading grocers
Miss Ella Hoeson, who haa Irf'en en
gaged' as a nurse in Portland for A
year or so. visited friends In Spring-
COMMUNITY CASH STORE
WHERE CASH BEATS CREDIT. WHY PAY MORE?
Good Groceries, Good Service, Good Treatment, Why not
try us out.
Lieut quality l'allan prunes for shipping:
5 lb. box $ .75
Sib. box 1.15
Ruberlzed aprons, good quality 75c
Hulk mince meat, per lb 27c
Quart Jars mince meat s 75c
Pint Jars, mince meat ...... v ......... .'. ...... . 43c
None Such mince meat, package , '. ,22c
W. M. GREEN, Proprietor
THE LEADING GROCER
Telephone 32. '
Franh Wallace ZooK
., " . . y
., . l:- ....
f ll'I and nearby points over the week
end. Hh was on her way to Medford.
where the la to lake a position a a
I 'ml men lll no tales
Wood for aa! by National Producta
Co.. Mm old KUhar Uoutln mill on
Gladys Walton the sweetest girl in
pictures, In a peppery picture of a
lovable tittle spitfire with grownup
ldnaa"Hhort Sklrta". Dell Wednta
day, ix-c. list
Wood of all klnda lor sale.
I Walker, Springfield.
Franklin Dniry, the young eon of
Mr. and Mra. R. L. Drarr. waa oper
ated upon at the Springfield hoapltal
laat Saturday, for hernia. He wae
taken home yatrday.
Wood of all klnda for aale. F. H.
Dr. B. Ralph Dlppel, dentUt, Spring
Since both the Eugene papers bave
mentioned the lining of Senator J, H.
Hell for parking hla car In a forbidden
place In Springfield. wi must fall 'niTue.j,y
linn, turn rrcurasr 11 kii
pleasure to fine a man who behavea
himself so nicely under the infliction
as Mr. Hell did. I
Dr. Rehhan leavea today for Fort
Uonton, Montana, to perform a verv
serious abdominal operation oil
child. He will be gone at least until
Itolph Sweeny and Tom Thomas wl.l
open a pool ami billiard hall In tho j
Ny bullilliig second door west of Thi i
office. In a ft w daya. jOHalbly
by Suturduy. Tli y will keep cigar,
and will glvu light himhea. Mr.
Sweeny will be in charge. Mr,
Thomua will contlnuu to give his at
tention chletly to the hotel, as buret)
one million consumptives live in
Aiwrlrn they call for help through
the ChrlKtmua seals. -
J. T. Donaldson received word last
The Sunshine Evangelist
Song . Leader
IT IS MORE BLESSED TO
To seek bapplneaa without giv
ing la a futile queat.
Olft giving baa become ao well
established that It la no longer
a question of "Shall I Olve
but It la solely a queatlon of
"What aball 1 CIveT"
And our stock answer (he
queatlon satisfactorily. We have
a line of moat suitable glfta and
In the qualities wanted. New.
nesa, beauty, usefulness, novelty
etc., are some of tbe features
of our goods which sbould sp
iral to every careful and dis
Bring your list to as.
from bis daughter, Mrs.
Henry Duran, of Kuell Idaho, that her
husband had suffered a badly broken
arm aa tbe result of an auto In which
h? waa riding, tipping over.
LET'S HEAR FROM THE
The I'nlted Stutea forest service
Issues a report tiliowing that during
1!21, ouv Hundred form fires In Ore
gon and Washington were due to
smokers. Care' hhh-hs in throwing
away clKnr and dgaretto stubs while
enjoying th benefits of our beautiful
forests cuuxed damiKing fires and the
expenditure of much money in ex
tinguishing tin 111.
A C'unndlnn cigarette manufuctur-ir
Is helping In tho campaign against
'forest fire destruction by putting a
Utile red printed slip In each cigarette
jpai knue asking smokers to not throw
jaway lighted matches or cigarette
and to see that tho fire In th-se arti
rles Is completely extinguished before
' disposing of them,
j AmerlcHn cigarette manufacturer!!
hHVo been appealed to to follow this
example but not a one has abown any
j Inclination to help protect our forests
frcru the ravages which their mnnu
fRcturfd product helps bring about.
If our cigarette and cigar manufac
turers were awake to the opportunity
they woti'd create a lasting friendship
for their product by rutting a fire
warning In eac-b package of thlr
manufactured gocds. not ouly to pro
;tect forefts but to warn every smoker
I of the dangers of throwing away a
, lighted match, cigarette or cigar stub.
Destructive flrs of many kinds have
(been caused in this nianrer.
j Let us hear from the tobacco com
rsnles who could In tujs manner be cf
great assistance towards eliminating
'th tire haiari's which their product
;now creates. It would cost them th-i
I merest fraction of a cent per package
to carry out this proposal.
CALL FOR SCHOOL WARRANTS
Notice Is hereby given that all
school warrants on District No. 19,
I Jin -onnty, Oregon, to and Includ
ing RegUter No. 744. dated, October
13, 1921, will be paid at the County
treaaurer'a office, on Saturday,, Dec.
Interest will cease on that date.
EDNA WARD, County Treasurer.
Dated at Eugene, this 12th day of
Mrs. Laura M. Hoyt Recommends
"1 have frequently used Chamber-,
Iain's Tablets, during the past three,
years, and have found them splendid
for .headache and bilious attacks. 1 '
am cnly too please 1 at any time, to1
speak a word In praise of them,"!
writes Mrs. Laura M. Hoyt, Rockport, 1
Notice is hntby given that tho
semiannual state examinations tor
teachers certificates will be hold in
the circuit court room in Eugene
commencing Wednesday, December
21, at 9 a. iu. 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 schedule of the days on
which subjects will be given can bo
had by applying to
E. J. MOORE, County School Supt.
I In Society
Charles Huntington and Mlsa Hallle
Hills wwra married at the home- of
Da and Mrs. W. C. Rebhan, In this
city, Thursday evening, December f,
Rev. E. V. Stivers, pastor of the First
Christian church of Eugene, offleat
lnga Mra. Rebhan waa matron of
honor, and Lionel Tromnllitz, a frater
nity brother of the bridegroom, waa
After the wedding, the guests aat
down to a delicious wedding supper.
Tbe bridegroom, better known as
"Shy" Huntington, Is the famous tread
coach of tbe University of Oregon
football team, which, under hla
management, baa won so many noU
ble victories. Tbe bride la a daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hills, of Oak
ridge, and a specially Intimate friend
of Mr. Rebhan.
e e e
A very enjoyable evening waa spent
when the Crysanthemum club enter
tained their husbands at the home of
Mr. and Mra. Kenneth Able, on
Tuesday evening, November 29.
"600" waa Indulged In until a late
hour, Mr. J. J. Bryan winning high
ecore. A delicious luncheon was
s rvd by the hostess, assisted by Mr.
Guests of tbe evening were: Mrs.
Helen Martin, Mr. and Krs. Abies,
Sr., Dr. and Mrs. S. Ralph Dlppel and
Mr. Welby Steven.
Members: Mr. and Mr. F. A. De
Pue, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Peery, Mr
and Mrs. J. L. Clark, Mr. and Mr.
B. A. Washburne, Mr. and Mra. A. J.
Perkins, Mr. and Mra. J. A. Seavey,
Mr and Mrs. J. E. Stewart, Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Pryan and Mr. and Mrs.
FRESH JERSEY MILK
AND CREAM DAILY
T- D. TESTED COW'S
W. F. Cline
DR. ROYAL J. GICK
908 Willamette St.,
Suppose a chance come for a
position that offers an oppor
tunity tor advancement Can
Remember ' that when the
time comes, it is too late to
Get your Business Training
NOW and ret it under the
direction of efficient Teachers
who can give )xu the benefit of
their own practical experience.
We are always glad to tell
you about our school it you call, .
or we will send full Information
free upon request
Eugene Business College
A. E. ROBERT. President
II. S. Students
Why study music for credit?
The PaclIc Conservatory of
MubIc believes you have the
ability to make your education
more complete by studying
music as an outside subject with
a regular graduating course.
The greatest teachers cf th?
world absolutely are Conserva
tory graduates. Ellsworth
Crocker, violin teacher at the
Pacific Conservatory, is a Con
The Pacific Conservatory
teaches a practical short-Cut
course designed to furnish the
means for mastering any music
witten for the Violin, Piano,
Voice, Cello and wind instru
ments. j During the past ten years
many of the greatest compisi
Hons have been rendered by our
Pacific Conservatory of
731 Willamette St.,
, Eugene, Oregon .
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the
The soothing and healing properties
of Chamber!ain's Cough Remedy. Us
pleasant taste and prompt and effec
tive cures have niade it a favorite with
people everywhere. It is especially
prized by mothers of young children
for coWa, croup and whooping cough,
as it a'ways affords quick relief ani
is free from opium and other harmful
Corvalli8, Or., Dec. 26-31, 1921
Winter Short Courses
Put Science Into Farm Practice
' Fruit and Vegetable Course
I Dec, 3-17. '21
J Tractor Mechanlca Course
j Jan. 2-Mar. IS. '22
Dairy Manufacture Course
I Jan. 2-Mar. IS. '22
j Jan. S Mar. 18, '22
i Dairy Herdsmen's Course
Jan. 2-June 18. "22
Grain Grading Course
j Jan. 9 21, '22
Jau. 80-Feb. 25, "23
Mar. 20-25, '22
Oregon Agricultural College
Full Information on any Course by
I ' writing
THE REGISTRAR, O.A.C.. CorvaUIa.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
By virtue of an order of the probate
court of Lano county. Oregon, made
'and entered In the estate of Milton A.
Klcolle, deceased on the 27th day of
August, 1921, whereby the under
slgnej administrator was authorized
to sell the following described pro-
perty belo aging to Milton A. Nlcolli ,
For a fine Suit and
perfect fit, go to
RAMSEY, The Tailor
DR. EUGENE K ESTER
Physician and SurgeoN
Office Phone 82
Home Phone 91
11 to 12 A. M. 1:30 to 6 V. H.
DR. S. RALPH DIPPEL
DR. N. W. EMERY
tutton Bldg Phone) SO-J
Residence Phone 129-W
LEM LEY'S PRESSING
FRED O. LEMLEY Prop'r.
Cleaning, Preaaing, Repairing, Dye
Ing, Hata blocked. Suit mad te
Main Street SpiingfleM
between 3rd and 4th Oregon
JOHN E. EDWARDS
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
Main and Third Oregon
D. W. ROOF
FIXE WATCH REPAIRING A
FRANK. A. DE PUE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
W. F- WALKER
'FUNERAL DIREC1 OR
Full Auto Equipment
W. O. W. block
Office phone 62. Rea. phone. 67J
ROBERT BURNS Lodge, No. s
78. A. M. F., Ancient an4
Accepted Scottish Rita Cnt-
versal and Symbolic Free
Masons meets first and third
Monday evening in Morrt-
son'a halL visiting brotner ,
R. L. CROSS,
- R W. M.
' HALL'S CAT ARB II MEDICINE ;
will do what we claim for it 1
cure Catarrh or Deafness caused by
Catarrh. We do not claim to cure ,
any other disease.
IIALL'S CATABRII MEDICINE .
is a liquid, taken internally, and:
sets through the blood upon the
mucous surfaces of the system, thug .
reducing the inflammation and re-'
storing normal conditions. ,
All Drngirists. Circulars free.
P. J. Chenev Co.. Toledo. Ohio.
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 Serenteettv
south, Range three west of the Willa
mette Meridian, In Lane county, Ore
gon, running thence north 89 degrees
55 minutes east 2611.6 feet, thenc?
north 5H minutes east 4228.46 feet to
the center of the county road; thenci
west along the center of said road
652 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 feet; s
tbenoe west 355.26 feet; thence south
1667.95 feet to the place of beginning,
containing 1S3.24 acres more or less;
all in Lane county, Oregon.
The undersigned administrator will .
on Saturday, the Slat day . of Decm
ber, 1921, at the hour of 1 o'clock p.
m. sell tbe above described real pro
perty at the southwest door of tha
county court house in, Eugene, Lane
ccunty, Oregon, to he highest bidder
for cash; and if no satlsfactoo; bid
be had, tho 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
amount of cash In hand as the pur
chaser may desire.
Dated this 2Sth day of November,
T J Nlcolle, Administrator. Estati
oi . en A. Nlcolle, dceaee,