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THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
ruMisheil Every Thursday at Springfield, Lane County. Oregon, ly
FREELANO & HENDERSON
Entered at Iho IVstofflco at SprinfWd. Oregon, as Seeond-vlas
"Matter. 1-Ybniarv 2. I'.v;?.
Jl.;.) Three M.
T.'e Siu.V Ce
The revolutionary movinciit
anions the proletariat of the
It is said that r b-.ro.-.'.i of j ratify if. tJvt al'.uruo w ;U re-
iiunii roai s 01 ir.e oenarttnent r.uv.n in :oree.
of acriei:ltv:re has i n hand near
ly $."4.0oo.oi0 of appropriated,
but unexpended funds which it
it i . ""'iworWfPrthe overthrow of their
d roads to relieve tbe em- fSCrs pot,ms (0 be exten,,
rloyment situation. j,, to the knvor Rnimais. No
o 'socnerdoes a deputy sheriff of
The daily papers tell of eight Pasco. Washington, clear tho
elders being seriously poisoned good name of the rabbits of
in a communion service by that vicinity from the charge of
drinking something that had ! chasing coyotes and dogs than n
been poured into the cup by report comes from Rock Island,
mistake for sacramental wine. 'Illinois, that a rabbit hunter
It might have been elder-bury, near that city was shot and
, EXTENSION OF TIMZ
Nyal cough sjrup .
Ainher-o-l.itutu . . .
Iixa ld tidikt-! .
Special Price $1.00
Ten Days Only
We nuke this special offer to
Introduce Amber o latum Ch'nt
Ointment Into every heme.
MiiM'ml lVinnl Nun wish" ti t'
prns-t on. In Hi'itti'm-o, n Nlnli'iiii'iit
('iio.l tiy th mcr"t!try of ln'i. So
'mnnv HKtMr nti l-lo (hv ;or iniiiln np
I Ilr.itlou f r V)"'2 lii iiiH ! In the lr'
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rt I i-iir-hi io'i I'l tin" i'v(,t v li'r'. itut
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ii, ,..;.:...( .f,. i'fvi'il fr in tin" ci-r'-I'ii
rf H'lil '
Tho .1 i1'1 i! - !ti Mm-tit !ni''i (ii t
t: tn f' iiu.l nil tt-2 llr.-n HI'
I'! ill lor J:imi.iry . nivt tli In v
will lini l' I'll'iiii'l nk.il.nt nmti
lli..in'i un'll p'trr tlil ilnt-v
killed by his own dog. The
hunter became displeased with
the dog. and poked him with the
in rZZT Zin -.b"" ot his shotg"". and the gun
I" fTfJL0?-I was discharged and killed the
her voice and tells you that Mrs.
Bodkin said to her the other
day that she believed, if the
truth was known, that Mrs.
Simpkins, this woman hat lately
moved into the Tomlinson place
is not any better than she ought
to be, you can tell
man. Even if it is proved that
the, dog discharged the gun. no
doubt he would be acquitted on J
the ground of self-defense. '
Uy the way. we linv a Ktivpi
clin that Maehla villi hlmslf
vn n coiuliliiaiion of Irishman
and Italian, with the "Miie" In
the foreground, of course. Th"
Krenchtnan, the Ituhan or even
the Spaniard is a staid and stolid
Dutchman compared with the
t If this Welshman. Lloyd
Oorge. with the help of two or
three Irishmen, has Bucceetleu
jln devising a scheme that adjustment of the relations ot
settle the Irish question ami wt-, our KOvernment with the aggro
tie the Irishman he will have' nt,on of ,p or H Uo8r1 ,rllM,H
nnw(l the icralitude and ad
; miration of the dvlllied world name of j.t,,n0s, and half of
Sure! Noxall Feeds
me li(itn. pnnlmiK. They an' inude rh;ht In-n at lnin.
In th larght i oiuhh-k lul feed J taut n Oremi utitslde of
Noxall Scratch Feed
Noxall Eg-g Producer
Noxall Milk Producer
Noxall Pork Producer
are feed of absolutely superior quality that It will pay you
to use. At your dealer.
SPRINGFIELD MILL AND
'and all the clvillzera In ft. and
will, no doubt, be hailed as the
'Great Pacificator of the age. It
nnr trt nrr the thmiirhf timfl. t. . .1 Vw...wl it.nl
The reform which Gen. Leon-Cr; C,; SI ""'.V"
, j,klgpj WnnH a a crnrornnr wnnr. ' ' 7 .--!- v. lonifloing i w uiwurih iwu
expect complete Independence 1 , hat will make Ireland a tatis-
t : - ? . T v . expect compieie inaepenaence 1 that will make Ireland a tatls-
some assurance, that the use of.al. was "Pfcted to bring about o.gt nm th S"orVpiIw for irishmen to
DOison ras In civilized warfare'in the Phillipines are beginning , Antr 3 f"0.17 pi?e0. L. , 1.
poison gas In civilized warfare " the Phillipines are beginning
has been outlawed by the Wash- to come Into sight. He is try
Jngton peace conference.
There has been more or less
7 ear of Japan in this country in
late years. The treaty of al
liance ' between England and
Japan has been a source of
some uneasiness to us. The
lng to induce the Igorrotes to
quit eating dog meat, and eat
sheep and goat instead. lie
told a company of Igorrote
chiefs, with whom he held a
conference, that the eating of
dog meat was not an Indication
quit eating dog.
THE IRISHMAN PROBLEM
The great problem of the Irish
situation Is the Irishman. It
would seem as though almost
any experienced and seasoned
of un-to-date culture. Perharu diplomat, statesman or leglsla
new four-power treaty (the! the general did not think it (tor might before this hare de
Vrt BtK Griffil. S Then.7o mike" the h g SSffi'iSdSS toSSZPSi
Pr,rA ,. i.n.ni rwtnr n;'aualIfTinK exDlanatlon that doe "situation"; but to settle the ,ly Irishlxed than they are as yet.
whose tribal names not one In
a hundred of us knows by heart.
To whom it my concern:
Automobile Iniuranc pollrli No't
10001 to 1002S incluilve and A u torn
bike Certirtrate No'.. 1 to Si lnclule
live In. There are not hair as
many Irishmen living in Ireland
now as there were seventy years iof h- gprf,,, 0reon. Agency of
ago. It certainly wpuld be bet- lhli p.,,- h, Wn lo,, b,,,,,,,
ter for all concerned u no more ; AmtTOr4 or ttolim from my office tad
Irishmen should come to this
country until the Americans of
various brands who are here
now, and who sometimes im
agine that the country belongs
of the Washington conference 'meat in the form of sausage j Irishman so that he would slay
if ratified, will dissolve the ' admissible among the most' ettled until the next time, that
Anglo-Japanese alliance. If the highly cultured peoples. No '8 altogether a different ques
TJnited States senate refuses to doubt he was diplomatic enough and Jfifui t' TtC t
Is a problem that would tax ,the
genius and sglll of a Machiavelli.
COMMUNITY CASH STORE
WHERE CASH BEATS CREDIT. WHY PAY MORE?
A Coffee Discovery
According to an Arabian legend, Hadji Omar, a pious
Dervish was outlawed from Mocha In the year 1285. When
almost dying of hunger in the wilderness, he roasted some
of the small round berries he found growing wild in the
thickets. A few of the roasted berries accidently feel Into
his drinking water, and thus coffee was discovered-
YOU FIND IT HERE
Many people in this town and vicinity have discovered
that they can get the best coffee at our store, the kind that
pleases their taste and suits their pocketbooks. Call oi
telephone. We want to show you.
ASK US ABOUT QUALITY BRAND IN BULK
PRICES 30 AND 35 CENTS
W. M. GREEN, Proprietor
THE LEADING GROCER
If the new Irish Free State be
comes a happy and harmonious
member of the family of nations
after twenty years of test we
should be in favor of having
congress appoint a commission
to study It as a model for the
this U to notify any piroa or proni
holding Mid contract that aama aro
void and of no affect
Nortbwect National Ina. Company,
O. B. Kaatey, Afnt at ftprlng fltld.
For a fluo Suit
perfect fit. go to
RAMSEY, The Tailor
DR. EUGENE KESTER
Phyticiati and Surgaan
Office Phone 82
Home Phone VI
Off lea Hour:
11 to II A. M. 1:30 loir. M.
Chana No. SS41.
Maoarva Olatrlct Na. 11
REPORT Or CONDITION Of TMt
First National Bank
At Springfield, In tha 8 tat a of Oregon, at the clote of buatneaa on
December SI, 121.
Loans and dfacounta. Including rediscounts 5,201 38
Total loans .. 158,201 38
Notes and bills redlscounted with Federal
Reserre bank . . 11275 00
Overdrafta, secured, non; unsecured, 1197.20
U. 8. Government aecuritlea owned:
Deposited to secure circulation (U. 8. bonds par
alue) S.250 00
All other United States Government ffecurttl 6.339 00
Total 12,189 00
NOTICE FOR PUILICATION
V. 8. Land office at Roeebarg. Ore
gon. December I, 1921.
Notice Is brby given that Earl
Ray riiedly, ot Vlda. Oregon,' who.
on May 14, 1920, made Hooiesteat
entry. Serial No. 01il. for the BSi
of NE4 and 84 of NW of. Bee
tlon 11, Township MS, Range 2E.
Willamette Meridian, has Hied notice
to make Final tbree-year proof, to es
tablish claim to the land above de
scribed. bfore E. O. I mm I. V. A.
commissioner, at his office, at Eugene
Oregon, on the Kth day of January,
C'almant names as witnesses :
Homer Craft, of Leaburg, Oregon; 8.
P, Ness, of Leaburg, Oregon; B"D
Cbtllscm, of Leaburg, Oregon; W. II.
1'endell, of Vlda, Oregon.
W. II. CANNON, neglster.
OtLer bonds, stock, securities, etc::
Hanking house. 18000; Furniture and fixtures, 2737.01
lUa! "Htate owned other than banking houwe 27.632 tl
Lawfu! reserve with Federal Reserve Bank
Cash In vault and amount uue from national banks
Cherkh on other banks In the nine city or town as reporting bui.k
-where the sun is "on the job"
Four Trains a Day
Provide a service that contribute to
the traveler comfort and convenience
SintM BrbrLos AngclesSn Diego
' Tickets good bhUI ApriJ 10 Btopovra allowed
No War Tas on Railroad Tickets
Sine 1170 the Southern Pacific has been closely
Identified with the development of Western Oregon.
Southern Pacific Lines
JOHN M. SCOTT
C'T-ial Pash'-nger Ag'-r:t
Cbe ks on banks located outside of city or town
of reporting bang and other caxh ltrns
Redemption fund with U. 8 Treasurer and due
from L 8. Treadurer
11 309 u
Constipation of the bowels Is a
stoppage of the sewerage system that
removes waste material from the body
It Is a necessary that your bowels
move regularly once each dny. to
curry off this waste, as It Is that the
wants pipes of your home, be kept
0.-n and carry off the waste from
thn houHe. If you would enjoy good
halth, keep your bowe's regular by
taking Chamberlain's Tablms when
DR. 8. RALPH DIPPEL
DR. N. W. EMERY
tvtton tldg. Phone ro-j
Residence Phene 119 W
prlngfield, Oregeii -
FRED 0. LEMLEV Prvp'r.
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing. Dye
ing. Hsu blocked, lulu made te
Main Street Springfield
between trd and 4th Oregc
JOHN E. EDWARDS
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
Main and Third
Total 1221.945 42
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund . .
Undivided profits 13,460.21
Circulating notes outsUndlng
Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding
6 000 00
Demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject
to Reserve (deposits payable within 10 days):
Individual deposits subject to check 96.865 20
Certificates of deposit due In less than 10 daya
(other than for money borrowed) . 34,876.18
Bute, county, or other municipal deposiu secured
by pledgie of assets of tbls bsnk 14,213.63
jolsi or aemana deposits (otner thaa bang da
posits) subject to Reserve f 145,943.91
Tim deposiu subject to Reserve (parable site 10
daya, or subject to 10 daya or more notice, and
Certificates of deposits (other than money borrowed) 17,220 00
04her time deposits 7,993.87
ioiai oi time aepoaiu subject lo Keeorve 116,213. 87.
Bins parable , other than with Federal Readers' Buk (Inclsdlng
all obligations repraaenting mosey borrowed other Uvaa redla-
counts) 6,000 00
biiis payaoia witn rocerai Reserve bank . 6,800.09
BUta of Oregon. County of Lane, as.:
I. Llovd (' Martin f.hlt.r nt Ihm hna.nm k.nV 4. .l.l .
, uie auove siaiemeni is true to tne best or my knowledge end bollef
LLOYD C. MARTIN, Cashier.
Correct At tout: Wm. O. Hughn, E. E. Brattaln, L. K. Taise, Directors.
Bubscribud and swonrn to before nw this 10ih (Uy of Junuary, 1022.
. O. U. KliKHKy, Notary I'ubPc fur On-R-in.
My coiumlHHlon txpiicn Junuary 4Ui, 1!24.
to do your share toward helping
to give tbe yar 1922 a better
r."puutIon for prosperity than
poor old 1921 has bad?
Why not give this first place
among your New Year resolu
tions. One way to help Is by keeping
all surplus money In the bank
where It will earn Interest for
you and be available for busi
ness purposes lo tbe community.
D. W. ROOF
FINE WATCH KEPAIRINQ A
FRANK A. DEPUE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
W. F. WALKER
Full Aute Equipment
W. O. W. block
Office phone M. Res. phone .87 J
R. L. CROSS,
ROBERT DURN8 Lodge, No
78. A. M. F., Antlenrand
Accepted Scottish Rite Uat
veraal and Bymbollo Free
Masons maeu first and third
Monday evening la Vorrt
aon'e ball VlslUng brotkai
ft W. ML
HOWS THTST ;
TTALL'S CATABBII MEDICI If B
will do what w claim for it
cure Cstajrh or Dcafneas catued by
CitaiTh. We do mat cUim to cure
any other diaeaae.
HALL'S CATABRIT MEDICINR
u s liquid, taken internally, and
arts throuph the blood upon the
murous aurfaros of tlio aystem, thua
reducing tho inflnmninti'on and re
Btorinp normal conditiom.
All Dni)(fihts. f'iirulurs free.
F. J. C'li'Tn -v f- f'. . Toldo. Ohio.
V. O W. nmois every
tvtMiinK nt W. o. W. hull.