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THURSDAY,.! AN PAHV B. IM2,
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
rublisheJ Every Thursday at Springfield, Lane County, Oregon, by
FREELAND A HENDERSON
Entered at the Postoffice at Springfield, Oregon, as Second-class
Matter. February 24. 1903.
One Year $1.50 Three Months 50c
Six Months 75c Single Copy 5c
One Year, When paid In Advance $1.25
Had you forgotten that Dr.
Brumfield is to hang a week
It Is reported that In Belgium,
Prance and Siberia, the coun
tries that suffered the greatest
devastation during the war.
there is almost no unemploy-i
ment The people in thoss Tumulty's late letters, we note
countries are queer people. If that he speaks of a man by the
nobody comes along and offers! name t Cox. who. as we infer
them a Job at ten hours pay from his reference, was a enndi
for eight hours' work with time'date fcr president, or something
and a-half for overtime, and along in the latter part of tin?
push a necessary job over the c'ar 192. Docs anybody re
time limit to get the overtime, member him? What is he doing
they just make a job for them-
selves, and go to work.
; . -, o
.Tosonh P Tnnuilfv efffi9 tn
be -getting into soe'ety" prob-;s. railed to get out ot tne misi
ablv on the strength of his'" Net many of them tried
literary fame, acquired by the his wav however. VI remem
rublieation of the Wilson lot-tor0" Horace t.reoley who
r Wo nnto thot h W!,a tried it that way. It went so
closeted with Senator Borah ford with .him that one would
a whole hour one day last week.
Mr. Tumulty quotes a' decla
ration of President Wilson, somci
time after his defeat in 19-0,
when the question of pardoning
Debs was broueht: "I will never;
consent to the pardon of this ; Parlor s,ov?- that 8Uch a" 1 such por
man- I know that certain quar-icenl f a11 ,he revenue of the fnircl
ters of the country demand for Stat1 government now gs to pay
the pardon Of Debs, but it Shall oe expenses of wars, past present
never be accomplished with my;01' lo tom- The percer.tage given
Consent. Were I tO consent tO;n the statements rang" from K
it. I should never be able to look ; Per cent- If the
into the faces of the mothers of ihen be 14 preparing to !aun. t his
this country who sent their boys, statement, is seised with a f.-ar that
to the other side. While the " not loadej r.caviiy enough io
flowpr of American vouth was startle his h-arcrs a he should like.
pouring out its blood to vindi-jhe
COMMUNITY CASH STORE
WHERE CASH BEATS CREDIT. WHY PAY MORE?
What Men Know, But Don't Tell
Every man knows that a woman can make a dollar go
twice as far as he can but will he admit it? He also
knows that he ought to see to it that the wife has the ready
money to buy the groceries, then her natural gift of dr'v
ing a bargain will exert itself and she will buy the grocer
ies where she can buy the best for the least at this store,
of course where quality is unquestioned and prices are an
W. M. GREEN, Proprietor
THE LEADING CROCER
-where the sun is "on the job"
Four Trains a Day
Providt a $rvic that contributeu to
thm travltrt comfort and ccntftnience
S&nU BirbntkLos AngelesSin Diego
Ticket food until April 30 8topovr allowed
No War Tax on Railroad Tickets
Sine 1870 th Southern Pacific has been closely
Identified with the development of Western Oregon.
Southern Pacific Lines
cate the cause of civilization,
this man Debs stood behind the
lines, sniping, attacking and de
nouncing them. This man
was a traitor to his country, and
he will never be pardoned during
In reading one of Joseph P
now? Didn't he used to run a
newspaper? Like many another
poor fellow, lie tried to set out
of the business, and failed. ThiU
have thought no one would ever
try it that way again.
We often hear nun say. n the ros
trum, on the curbstone or around the
uaual'T raises the figure a littl
JOHN M. BCOTT
Oneral Passenger Agent
.i. .1 W J a J.. . . L
Heal with Heat
rain and lorrneM Is a sign ot
congestion. The blood la not
circulating a it should through
the portion ot the body that la
The application of heat wilt re
lax the pans and equalise circu
lation. The prompt ue of a
Hot Water Bottle)
will code many atltmnts khlck
er than Internal medicine and
It la a natural way of healing.
Thla modern appliance li apt to
bo needed at any hour. Kcvp a
good non.hieakubUi Hot Water
Th. n the vxr. time nr.iy ba t
do the same t'lti'g to produce th- vx
! These figures are so much b!i?''r
than they ought to be that we t:iv
had a susplclcn whenever wo hv
listened to thfm that the nt.iN incut
was blgcr than It ought M he th it
Jh speaker wa "str-tlilnfj his M.i:i
ket". The proportion aecma hyon 1
lief, at li-a.st to a person who at
tempts to app'y lh same measuring
rule to unpleasant things as to iv i
ant. to exciting things as 10 enmumt:
pla'e. Edward G Lowery, who has spent
about fourteen tf th last elghte-n
ytars In Washington as correspond-.
?:t of various leading Journals, and
whe seem to have a faculty fo
.iivlrtfc Into this class of facts and
inp tLem to light, has com
inenced the pub'lcatlon or a STIes ot
syndlcatel articles, under the head
of, "Where Tour Taxea Co". In hlaj
Introductory article: occurs thla aen-
tence: "About 90 pr cent of all Sv-.
ernment revenues, and that mean
money taken from you a taxe. goes .
to ray for war, past present and
. ' . , . ,.
future." furth-r a ong be says: "If
today w didn't hare these army and
navy expense, you would have to pay
in taxe less than one billion dollar
a year, Instead of five billion."
The difference between these tw
proportion, nine-tenth and four
fifths. Is probably according to where
you draw the line. But remember,
bis highest figure I 90 per cent. That
Is bad enough. Let us not make It
any worse than It Is.
EIGHTH GRADE EXAMINATION
Notice Is hereby given that th
State I niform Eighth grade examlna
Hon will be given Thursday and Frl -
day, January 12 and. 13. Teachers
. who have pupils who have compiled
' with the legal conditions should apply
I for questions at once.
I E. J. MOORE, County School Sup?.
I To highway motor transportation
', companies and persons, and to whom
it may concern::
Yon and each of yon are hereby
notified that the law passed at the
J special assIon of the legislature for
upervUing and regulating of trans
portation of persons and property for
compensation over public highways by
motor vehicle. Is now In force and
effect, and yon are advised to aecar
Instruction by communicating with ( the tracks which bad been cleaned by
the commission Immediately. For a snow plow, at a point where trains
your reference and convenience a are moving frequently In both dlrec
copy of the law Is now on file with' Hons. One af the machines bad stuck
the county clerk. In a switch "frog" and the wheels of
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this list the other machine had slipped over
day of December, 1811. I the ends of the ties on one side when
i PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION , the Southern Pacific companys Shasta
OF OREOON, by Fred A Williams,
i Attest: Wo. P. Ellis, Secretary.
The question is not so much bow
you contract a cold, but how to get
rid of It with the least loss of time
and Inconvenience. If you will con
aider the experience of others under
I similar circumstances, who have been
most successful In checking their
colds, In tbelr beginning, you will sc.
cure a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
I Remedy without delay, and use It
falihfullv. There are manv families
jwho have used this preparation sue-
cessfully for years and hold it In high
esteem. It 1 excellent.
Vlu Williams and Mian Matlld.i
INIW Urron ere mnrrld at tie
Itaptlst parsonage Saturday rvenliig
IVipml.cr SI. by H-'v. It ('. Miller
The brido's people llv. at t'ottng
drove. She has hern employed for a
jri'ar cr so at l!.e While front gixicerv.
Mr. Williamson's home, at th foot
of A street, will bo th ww of th"j
newly wvdded pair.
, With arologles tc the frlscllla club
fcr the delay, which was hardty tlm
fault of The News, we give these
belated notes of thwlr very Interest
Ing Christmas meeting. It wns set
forwarl one day from the regular'
date, and was held on Thursday the
!Jvd. The place was the borne of
Mrs. I- 11 Uasford. at the northeast
.limit of Springfield, on the Ilayd-vt
It Is a spaclo'is dwlllng. built after
th patt-.rn of an early day, and typl
rsl of th cheer and bosplta'lty of
that time. The two room occti leil
wern fMe.l up with Chilstnms (b-co-ratltins
In rd an 1 green. The en
tile nu-mhiihljv of tl.'t. n was pit-s.-nt,
a rni oeeuraiU'V A fin. lunch
.was serv.l by tli' hosiers. Sticli
rk a a i!o:i" 1y tli. niemtei i r
was iu h as b-loiiri t their t'litlii
ih.m pr- iiita'! ni. A Mn.iil fliri'.tniiH
tv" va prep:i.'d. a i , 11 . I a:
; t: i - 1 1 t m fnf i!ie 'M-hattt of pr.v
s.'M -i I n tlii !!: !il''-n.
Tl li At r.li e'li c v. 'il be In U t.
I : iv v.'. ut tt.. tu m- . f Mi . I'md
I..I t ! I ii' NVn'M ii' . I
!u! . re :r.
Clf tile ( 'i t.mlhel'lllMt
r'nliu' l at the h"nie of
II. I M
aulif'il in hnlly
li hnu.e wax In
en I ceX,,.,.:, HUK--t!nis ol t lnlt !,,, ,(( Kli al three year proof, to es-
jtablish claim to the land above tie
Th" afterm-ori pass-d l'a ijit!y In scribed, te fi re K. ). Iinml. I'. 8
s., ial rnnv i u ion and
e.-med s j
a't-r tii: !i ill" g !'.) ri
t. the iiiMing ri :n wl K li s
r at l'!'.rltinas Irrvi r in lit
gr. en rolr scheme Chrltmas
(pndl s in tl.' tabb and tr" audited
ih.. la lies in finding th lr pli.e4
'which wen- miuked by ley hand
painted cand!s. R I carnath-TM
formed the centeridcce while bits of
holly placed here and there together
w 1 1 li llttlo id a;vj green favor adde.l
(t) tl:e beauty of tho table.
was assisted In serv-
(n(f by Mrs g Halih iJipple after
wlch the Christmas tree was un
oa(l,Mj of , t,urd,.n and each lady
wa preBentwl wth m
Mr. S. Ralph Dlpple was the gut
were: Mesdames, F. A. Do I'ue. M M.
F'e-ry. T. C. Lucky. J. E. Stewart. J.
L. Clark. II. A. Washhurne. A. J. ler
kins, Kenneth Abies, J. A. Reuvey, J.
J. Bryan and the hostess. Club meets
with Mrs. T. C. Lucky In two weeks :
Miss Jane I.lin!--ey, formerly teacher.
In the English department of the'
Springfield High school but now of
the girls polytechnic school ofl'ort-'
land, who has Ix en visiting over th'
Christmas week-end at the J. J. Bryan
home, rMurred to I'ortland Weiines-
; dav morning.
While Southern I'aclflc company
officials have become accustomed to
the recklessness of motorists after re
ceiving many reports of autolsts run
ning Into the sides of trains, breaking
down crossing gates and running
down ragmen warning them of ap
proaching trains, etc., they express
surprise and wonder at the latest In
stance of foolbardlness that of using
railroad tracks for a highway.
A few days ago at Barnard, Call
fornla, two machines ooculped by
eight people turned off tfce county
road at a Southern Pacific crossing.
. because of snow, and started down
Limited came along. That the occu
pants of tbw machine were not ser
iously injured or killed Is considered
by the railroad men to be most sur
prising. As It was, the engineer
stopped the train but two car lengths
from the first machine.
To whom It may concern:
Automobile Insurance policies No's.
10001 to 10025 Inclusive and Automo
bilo Certificate No's., 1 to 25 Inclusive.
j of the Springfield Oregon, Agency of
; this company lave buen lost, mislaid,
j destroyed or stolen from my office and
;thl is to notify any person or person
, holding said contracts that bame are
Sure! Noxall Feeds
are homo product". They are mndo right bore at hmn
In the largest conimerclal feed plant n Oregon outHldo of
Noxall Scratch Feed
Noxall Egg Producer
Noxall Milk Producer
Noxall Pork Producer
are feeds of absolutely superior quality that It will pay you
to use. At your dealer.
SPRINGFIELD MILL AND
vii! l and of iio effect
Not t h-si National ln Company.
O. It. Kcstiey. Agent at S rlngtK-ld.
NOTICE FOR PUCLICATION
C S. Land office at Itosi tmrg. l)r
S Land office at It.i
g. II. I'ee. n.her fl, 1921.
No'lco Is lierehy given that
Kay frledly. of Vlda, Oregon, hi.
i n May II. l:o, made llomestpal
entry. S-rl.il No 0i:ieit. for Hie S'i
i,f XK', and Si, of NW of. Sec
'tl.n :t.1, Township K.rt, Itange tK.
.Willamette .Meridian, has filed ll.illi
i ommlsslnner. at his offli at f ugeiie
(iregeti. on th" Kith day of January,
Claimant names as witnesses:
llomcr Craft, of Leaburg. tregon: S.
l Ness, of I.ealmrr. t)rgon; ll-n
cill!,ei, f,f l.eahurg. Oregon; W. II
I'ett'lell, of Vlda. Oregon,
! W. II CANNON, Heglster.
Constipation of the IwiweU l a
'stoppuge of the sewerage system that
I remove waste material from the body
" ' necessary that your bowels
jniove regularly one each day. to
rry off this wasto. a It I that the
waste pipes of your home be kept
otn and carry off the waste from
the house. If you would enjoy good
health, keep your bowel regular by
taking Chamberlain's Tablet when
Suppose a chance come for a
position that offers an oppor
tunity for advancement. Can
time comes. It Is
too late to
Get your Business Training
NOW and gt It under the
direction of efficient Teachers
who can give you the benefit of
tbelr own practical experience.
We are always glad to tell
yon about onr school If yon call,
or we will send full information '
free upon request.
Eugene Easiness College
A. E. ROBERT, President
FRESH JERSEY MILK
AND CREAM DAILY
T- B. TESTED COWS
W. F. Cline
For n fluo Suit and .1
pt'ifft t fit, f.o to
RAMSEY, The Tailor
DR. EUGENE KESTER
Physician and Surgson
Office Phono 82
Home Phono !l
11 to 12 A. M. 1:30 to S P. M.
DR. S. RALPH DIPPEL
DR. N. W. EMERY
Button Bldg. Phone 20 J
FUildenc Phone 129 W
rfteo Q. LEMLEV Prop'r.
Cleaning, Pressing. Repairing, Dye
ing, Hata blocked, Bulla mad to
Main Btreat Springfield
between 3rd and 4th Oregon
JOHN E. EDWARDS
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
Main and Third
D. W. ROOF
FINE WATCH REPAIRING A
FRANK A. DEPUE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
W. F. WALKER
Pull Aute Equipment
W. O. W. block
Office phone (t. Res. phone I7J
ROBERT BURNS Lodge, No.
Zf, A. M. r Ancient and
Accepted Scottish Rite Uni
versal and Symbolic Frew
Masons meets first and third
Monday evening In Morri
son s nail, visiting brother
R. L. CROSS,
R W. M.
ITALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
will do what we claim for it
euro Catarrh or Peafnem caused by
Catarrh. We do not claim to euro
any other dineaw).
II ALL'S CXTARRn MEDICINE
is a liquid, taken internally, and
acts through tho blood upon tho
mucous surfaces of tho system, thus
rt'ducinjr tho inflammation and re
storing normal conditions.
All Druitfl. Circulars free.
F. J. Chonov Co., Tolndo, Ohio.
W. O. W. meets every Tuesday
evening at W. O. W. hall.