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TIIUHSDAT. , MAY 4, 1022. i
T1IE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
PAGE Til RES
TOWN AND VICINITY
Mr. and Mn. Younger knit two
children and Mr. Yountar'a brother
drove down from their former home
In Washington, In Ford ear. arrtv
lug In Sprlnifleld latl Friday after
noon. They dove up to Onkoth, above
Mabel, (tia naxt day. Thy eapect In
nd tha autnmar thorn. Thn two
m n will he rmploynd about the saw
mill In whl h John II. ()rn la Inter
ested. Mra. Younger U a eutrr of
Mra Or eon.
If you want to iradn your property,
n Halllnger M I'hnraon.
The Iiud Manufacturing rorpor
linn haa rnntra-trd to build several
hunaalrwa of medium alse for dif
ferent parties at different polnla up
Marlon Adams, who waa formerly
In tho grocery department of thn
Partner's Eic-hange, la now employes
Dr. H. Ralph Plpple, dentist, Spring
flald, Oregon. .
J. C. Ilalllngor of the firm of Hal
linear A Mclheraon, went to Iloaro
man, Oregon, laat Batardey, to look
after iome Intereefa ha haa tbara. Ha
will probably ba gone about a month.
Wlnnlfrad May, who baa bran ant ,
ployad with wholeaale fruit house In;
Portland for aonm time, haa taken a.
place In the Booth Kelly office' at:
Wwndllng. Ha began work Monday.
Mra. Ituby Clark, whone home la
near Chlco. California, arrived laat
Friday evening, with her two email
children, for a visit at tlwi homa of
her parent. Mr. and Mra. O. F. Riser. '
7.. T. Klntxtey haa rented spare In
Will (lott'a she ahop, and will orei. 1
a raJ eiitate office there. He haa
bnrn without a definite headquarter
COMMUNITY CASH STORE
WHERE CASH BEATS CREDIT. WHY PAY MORE?
Old Dutch (McunmT 10c
2 lkK. Shrrdcli'd Wheat Illscultg 25c
3 lCVa oz. tnnH of Sardlneti 50c
7 lRij oz. rung of Sardines ' $1.00
Luckeltt Bleuin refined llornx Konji 10o
W. M. GREEN, Proprietor
THE LEADING GROCER
"lie who fires and rung away
"Will live to pay a fine next day."
HARVEST YOUR CORNS
A wee wee corn on a Bmall
Caused perhaps by a wee
' small shoe,
Now a palnletts cure we
will sell to you
Which will make that toe
as good as new.
NYAL CORN REMOVER
Says What He Thinks
Does What He Says
Editor Cottage Grove Sentinel
For the Legislature
for aeveral months.
A concert by the Eugene II. S. Or
chestra, under the direction of Prof.
Perfect and a dramatic entertain
ment by the Eugene dramatic club
under the direction of 8. S. George,
ill be given at tbt Bell theatre Tuea
day, May , at 7:45 p. m.
O. a. McPheraon. of the firm of
Bellinger McPheraon, and alao one
of the ownera of the Lost Creek
ranch, waa down from the ninth Mon
day, lie aaya travel la not opening
up much yet, on account of the late
nt of the aeason. but they are get
ting ready for It.
Mlaa Gladya Duller, of Reedsport.
laimut the weekend at the bom of
j Mr. and Mra. S. D. Calms, of Weai
j O. II. Flthlan. cf Portland, candidate
i btifore the primaries for the poaltion
jof national coinmltteman from Ore
.(ton, waa In Springfield Tuesday, and
I called on The News and on a num
ber of the Republicans of the town.
Neat little booths, divided by par
titions, with aeata facing both waya.
have been put In at the atreet car
Htatlona at 2nd atreet, and at the Olen
wood and Ivy stations, between thej
YOU don't use as much
of Calumet as you do of
most other Ilakinjj Powders.
It has more than ordinary
leavening strength. You
save about half.
You don't pay a big price for
Calumet It's sold at a
moderate price that rep
resents another saving.
You don't feel uncertain as
to results. Bakings never
fail because Calumet never fa lie
below tha proves etandurd of "Beat
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tion. It will pay you welL
A telephone call of a postal
card brings you our cata
log. Eogens Business College
A .E Roberts, Pres.
It possesses the highest gual
ity ever put into a Baking
Powder. Contains only such
ingredients a3 have been ofh-
cially endoracd by United States
For weeks, fcr months, it
keeps as fresh and full of
atrength aa the day it left the
Calumet Factories, the World'a
Largest, mo. t Sanitary and Modern
Baking Powder plants.
Pound can of Calumet contains full
16oa. Some baking powderacome in
12 oa. instead ofl6oa.cns. Be aura
you gft a pound when you want it.
Yolks of 8 eggs,
cup of water. 2
cup of butter,
2',i cupa pastry
flour, 3 level tea
1 tablespoon of
mix in the rega
FRANK A. OE PUE ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OR. S. RALPH D1PPEL
' Phone 3
Pacific highway crossing and Spring
field Junction. The atationa at Mill
street and at Fritts have only the
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Marcola, Oregon; Daniel Carr, of Mar
W. H. CAXXOK, RegUter.
DR. N. W. EMERY
Sutton Bldg. Phona 20-J
Residence Phona 129-W
. Evils of Constipation
Perhaps the moat serious of the
diseases caused by consUpation ia
appendlcitlB. If J03 would avoid this
dangerous disease, keep your bowels
regular. For this purpose Chamber
lain'a Tablets are excellent, easy to
U. S. Land office at Roaeburg,
gon, April 24. 1922.
Notice la hereby given that Fenton
E. Dorsey, of Marcola, Oregon, who,
nn Mav ?S 1090 mniln HnmrolM'l
Entry. Serial No. 012S72. for th f nd mlld ' aPd ntle ln effect-
SV4 of Section 11, Township 163,
Range 2V, Willamette Merdlan, bis
filed notice of Intention ' to make
Final Three-year proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, be
fore E. O. Iinmel. V. S. Commissioner,
at his office, at Eugene, Oregon, on ;
the 29th day of May, 1922.
Claimant names aa witnesses: Kan
Kruk, cf Marcola. Oregon; Leo Proch,
of Marcola, Oregon; I. S. Saunders, of
WALTER N. GOSSLER, Prop.
Cleaning. Pressing, Repairing, Dye
ing, Hata blockad, Sulta made to
Main Street ' Springfield
between 3rd and 4th Oregon
MAKE OREGON SAFE FOR THE REPUBLICAN PARTY
. ..-f t 3
i , i j
Tha Only Weaterner Evar Elected Vieej-Chalrman of tha Republican National
' s r .
Keep fche West In Power
The Republican National Committee consists of one member from
each state In the L'nlon and la the political organisation of the party.
, In June, 1921, at the Commlttee'a first meeting after the inauguration
of Praaldant Warran Q. Harding, every atate caat lta vote (or Ralph E.
Wllllame of Oregon for vice-chairman of the Committee, recognising by their
unaaluious vote bla fitneaa and ability aa a leader, to till this responsible
A vote for Ralph E. Williams tor Republican National committeeman
v.lll confirm the action of the forty-eight atatea In electing him vice-chairman
cf the Republican National Committee, a poaltion never tafore held by a
Ralph E. Williams of Oregon, aa vice-chairman of the Republican
National Committee, la directly In line to become National chairman, the
highest poaltion attainable in the Republican organisation.
A National Committeeman on the National Committee doea not make
or execute Me law"' but t'rrloi out the PollcleB and platform of the party
adopted by the delegatee at each, prevloua National Convention.
Mr. Williams la senior member of the National Committee. Seniority
In tbla committee gives one the aume power aa seniority In the U. 8. Senate.
Vote to Keep Him There
(Tald Adv, by Committee of Republicans, C. L. 8tarr, Sec, 817 Board of Trade
Bldg., Portland Oregon)
Every atom of
Red Crown 'mixes with air
"The gasoline of quality" is 100
POWER. It ia refined to vaporize thor
oughly. Every atom of it mixes in the
carburetor with from 12 to 16 times its
volume of air for POWER. With "Red
Crown" you get ready starting rapid
acceleration greater mileage aeon-5--'
: - tinuous stream of power.
Run your caron "Red Crown" and noth
ing ese, and you won't have to bother
with, carburetor adjustments. It is uni
form in quality wherever and when
ever you buy it
' Fill at tha Red Crown sign at Service
Stations and garages and at other
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
( California) .
"God's Country and the .
James Oliver Curwood story
featuring William Duncan, the
star of "Smashing Barrier".
All Curwood stories are about
the great ncrth woods.
"His Back Against
Something different a west
ern star that has to be tied tc
a horse and ia afraid of his ow&
BALLINGER A. McPHERSOM
REAL ESTATE :'
Main and Third
we are I
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2 M vvcry vvcancsoay, 11 :
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v. ja!:. Paste,
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W. F. WALKER
Full Auto Equipment
W. O. W. block
Office phone 62. Re, phone 67-J
A. S- GILLENWATER
Electrie and Oxo-Acetylene
welding, Brazing and cutting
192. Blair St, Eugene, Or.
Wallace Reld in
"Too Much Speed"
Get out you speed wagon and
see a speedy picture.
Dent forget that
giving away FREE
A. A. ANDERSON
Chlldrens hair cutting a
For a fine Suit and a
perfect fit, go to
RAMSEY, The TaUor
R. L. CROSS.
ROBERT BURNS Lodfe. No.
78, A. M. F.. Ancient and
Accepted Scottish Rite Uni
versal and Symbolic Free
Maaona meeta first and third
Monday evening In Morri
son's hall. Visiting brothers
R W. at.