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Mm, I. D. Larimer entertained Itcrnoon. After some delightful
the l'rlsullla club ut her homo music by Mrs. Cox, dainty rc
Frlday aftornoon In the last freshmonts were served by Mrs.
meeting of the season. Tables Tomsoth and her daughter,
were not oui unuor mo ircctmi, j. vox, ajibh Daisy Tliornsoth
wncro me cooler orcecH mow,
A delldouH two course luncheon
was served. Members present
were Mrs. W. C; Uobhani, Mrs.
FOREST FIRE BULLETIN
Portland, Ore., .June 30. Fea
tures'of forest protection In the
PaqlAc northwest this year are
an appeal to the public fpr as
sistance In preventing the smoke
nuisance which will otherwise
prejudice the stream of visitors
going to and from the San Fran
cisco Exposition and a perfected
system of dry wind forecasts by
the U. S. ycather Bureau which
will be used by all protective
agencies. State officials and
chambers of commerce are
sending out thousands of letters
ont were Mrs. Sam Richmond,
Mrs. Lllllo Keyser, Mrs. Pete
Tomseth, Mrs. Nysten, Mrs.
Alice Thomnson. Mrs. Emilv
Alex McKcnzle, Mrs. D. S. Deals, :Dorrly, Miss Mary Roberts Mrs
Mrs. Ed. Urownlng, Mrs. Win. II. J. Cox, MlssDalsy Thomseth.
House, Mrs. W. L. Dunlap, Mrs. Miss Avis Thompson, Miss
M. J. McKHn, Mrs. James Wlth-'lJoalrlce Kennedy, Miss Helen
row, Mrs. Win. Donaldson, MrH.,ond Lucllo Richmond. Helen emphazlng the Importance of re
i. ). cannier, i no mviicu guests ana .JOiinny ToniBcth. The next ducing the smoke evil
were: Mrs. E.IJ. Parks (Eugene) meeting will bo at the home ofi Kenort8 for Jun(! ,
mth. iu. iu. reery, mtu. .i. a. ijjrs. sam lllcimond.
'Soavey, Miss Lola McPherson,)
Mrs. C. E. Wheaton, Mrs. Claude
Arehcart (Monmouth), Mrs. Jas. The young ladles of the G. T.
Evans, Miss Eva Parks (Wood- club cooked their supper Thurs
ward, Iowa), Mrs. Jennie Parks 'day evening on the river bank In
(Woodward, Iowa), Miss Mor-;the western part of town, fol
rls (Iowa), Mrs. J. J. Bryan, I lowing the meal with stunts
(Mrs. W. A. Vincent. Mrs. J. C. about the campfire. Miss Mae
Tales of the Town
Have you tried Cupid Flour?
Hall for cheaper soles and
P., A. Umg and family have
moved to Eugene to reside.
Have your suit mado to
measure at Jenkins Fourth St.t
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L. W. Clark and wlfo went
to Junction City Friday on a
0 6 0
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Hrefislor
returned Saturday from their
ranch at Sublimity.
The families of R. L. Kirk Dr.
Pollard, and Thos. Slkes spent
Monday on tho banks of the
Mr. and Mrs. Prey Tyson are
spending a few days camping
on the banks of the McKcnzic.
Gilbert Miller returned this
evening from Marcola, where
ho visited his sister over the
Miss Irma Uarkman, who is
employed as a stenographer at
Corvallis, spent Sunday and the
"Fourth" with her parents here.
Ethel Darrymorc, the fav
orite "of all actresBS, at tho Bell
Tuesday and Wednesday nlghtB.
No raise in prices, 10c and Gc.
Tho regular monthly meeting
of the Springfield Development
league will be held In the leaguo
rooms Tuesday evnlng, July G,
at 8 p. m.
Eugene Chase, the seven year
old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Chase who was operated on at
the Eugene hospital, is reported
Hall for cheaper soles and
Shoo and harness repairing
at Wolf & Miller's.
Lap dusters, gloves and
shoe findings at the Harness
W. 11. McGIIvray of Hendricks
bridge was in Springfield Sat
urday. 13. C. Martin was down from
Marcola Friday, but returned
home Saturday afternoon.
2200 all-wool, up-to-date
fabrics to choose from at Jen
kins' Place, Fourth Street. t
Mrs. J. P. Fry and Mrs. M. M.
Lord returned Friday from a
week's outing at Newport.
James Ebbert came up from
Portland Friday night to attend
the funeral of his mother.
See Ethel Barrymoro at tho
Bell Threatre Tusday and Wed
nesday nights, in a big Feature.
Try a sack of eastern Ore
gon flour at $1.50 a sack, $5.80
a barrel.- This-flour-guaranteed.
SNEED & SONS.
Don't miss seeing Ethel
Barrymore In a big feature at
the Bell Tuesday and Wednes
day. The Best Yet.
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Miss Alice Staniger returned
homo Friday afternoon from a
visit of a week or more at the
II. II. Ilockett home at Gervais.
Good reliable fire insurance.
No assessments; no membership
fee. Pay once and you are done.
II. E. Walker at tho City Hall.
A. J. Henderson, formerly In
' r ri,. t n 1
Miss Marion Harper and Miss
Sobree were guests of the club,
and the following club members
were present: Miss Alice Kes
ter, Miss Flornce Coffin, Miss
Lacey Copcnhaver, Miss Edna
dwarts, Miss Stella Martin, Miss
Ella Young. Miss Anna Young,
Miss Olive Smith. This river
bank dinner is an annual event
with the G. T. Club. The next
meeting of the club will be held
The Junior Endeavor Boclety
of the Christian church, to the
number of twenty, enjoyed a
picnic at Walker's grove, West
Springfield, Friday, going In the
middle of the forenoon with well
filled lunch baskets. Miss Ruby
Sennency and Miss Mabel Jan
ary were chaperones.
Mrs. John Tomacth was
the pleasing hostess of the Pine at the home of Miss Florence
Needle club last Tiiursuay ar- uoiun, on uiursuay, juiy 8
Frank Whitman was down
from Mabel Saturday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Nor
wood Cox, a daughter July 4,
Mrs. G. SImmonds of Sanra
menlo, California, arrived Sat
urday for a visit of a month or
more with her aunt, Mrs. L. K.!started to smoulder in loss and
Reports for June reclved by
the Western Forestry & Conser
vation Association, the clearing
house for all private and official
patrol systems from Montana to
California, record practically no
losses by forest fires up to date
but no cessation of preparation
for the danger months of July
and August. Most of the patrol
force Is already on and within
a few days over 2,000 will be on
duty in the four northwestern
states. Favorable weather in
June has ben used in pushing
the building of trails and tele
July hazard to be guarded
against, other than from the us
ual carelessness with matches,
cigarettes and campfirs, is re
ported to lie chiefly, in slach
burning to clear land and rights
of way and in leaving fires thus
Eugene E.. J. McClanahan
will manufacture combination
chair and step ladder.
Sllverton Silver Falls Tim
ber Co. Is extending lis togging
First National Bank building
of Portland will use Oregon
For Sale, Rent, Wanted, Etc.
FOUND Bicycle padlock. At
The News office. 27
LOST On Fifth street, purso
and sum of money. Finder
please leave at News office.
R. O. A. hall for rent. Well ven
tilated and lighted, clean and
warm. Kitchen and dining
room attached. Rates reason
able. Apply to Fred Watke,
; Gilbert Davis or "W. A. Hall.
FOUND A purse containing a
small sum of money. Call at
! Nice & Miller and pay for this
i notice. 42
E. E. Urnttntn and family business in Springfield, but now
went to Cump Creek Saturday il Portland, spent tho Fourth
aftornoon to spend Sunday and , of July with friends i Sprlng
Mm IPmirlh with friends there, field.
They return this evening.
11. E. Walker returned Satur-
Just arrived from Hong
Kong, China, a complete line of
grass Furniture. See display at
day night from Portland where runuiuro. aeo u.spi y ai
ho had been serving on the fo(l-."0uJw,"0r,8lera. HAYDEN
v J J .w -. ----
months, with a few intermis
A number of tho old soldlors
and their ladles attended a very
enjoyable dinner at tho G. A. R.
Friday noon. A patriotic pro
gram was rendered In the after
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Richard
son left Saturday morning for
Walton to spend a two weeks'
vacation at the home of Mr,
Petef, Nicholas and Francis
Lamberty returned Friday from
San Francisco where they had
been attondlnir tho EvnnslUnn
Mrs. Mary A. Thompson will for the nast two weeks.
i w i
leavo for nor nome ni i-ios An
geles by way of Klamath Falls
Saturday morning. She has
been hero since April 1 with
Crystal Bryan cut her right
foot severely Saturday when she
dropped a bottle, which broke
under her feet more sno couui
S. Jacobson, a car repairer in
tho locnl yards, has been work
ing in Eugene yards for a few
days on account of tho sick
ness of a Mr. Mitchell of tho
M. G. Kintzloy and B. Gard
nor of Portland drovo down on
avoid stennhiK on the fragments motorcycles to spond the holl-
of glass. Tho wound was very day with relatives in Springfield
Firo in tho grass about tho
The seven-year-old son of
city reservoir cropt down tho;. Tack Chase of Prunovlllo was
face of tho bluff Saturday noon taken to Eugene Saturday for
and camo fairly near some of an operation for appendicitis
tho small dwellings nbovo tho the third oporation of this na-Booth-Kolly
mill. It did no dam- turo within a month.
Mr. niwl A!ro T-Tinrv Wnrf Mr
J. S. McKay of Oakland, Ore- ami Mr W. L. Dnnlan and Miss
gon, registered at tne lauie on
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Fiy went
to Thurston Saturday to attend
the celebration there.
' Dr. W. II. Pollard was in
Thurston Saturday attending bert's mother.
the Fourth of July ceieorauon
at that place.
Parks, and Mr. and Mrs. L. May
enjoyed a picnic on the Willam
, 351 i-
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ebbert of
Portland were In Sprlngfild on
Saturday to attend the funral
of Mrs. Lumlcy Ebbrt. Mr. Eb-
Ernie Lyons, employed In the
Geo. Nickels camp up the Will
amette, suffered a badly crush
ed ankle Friday when he got
that member caught between a
log and a stump.
W ft ft ft
Miss Marian Harper drove to
London Springs Sunday, taking
a party which consisted of Mrs.
T. Whltbeck, Portland; A. J.
Henderson, Portland; Thurman
RIggs and Miss Alice Kester.
Mrs. E. J. Stafford of Wash
ington, D. C., care to Spring
field Saturday to visit her sister,
Mrs. P. W. Green and to cele
brate the Fourth In Eugene nnd
to visit with her nephew and
family, C. II. Green.
John Parker and family mov
ed Inst week Into the residence
on Fifth and B street, formerly
occupied by L. M. Beebe. Mr.
Parker Is employed in the
Booth-Kelly mill at Wendllng
and moved his family here for
Mrs. A. D. Guyn of Bclling
hani, Wash., who has been vis
iting at -the home of her cousin
Mrs. J. D. Davis, exnects to
leave Thursday morning for her
home at Kansas City, going by
the way of San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McKHn,
Mr, j and Mrs. J. E. Staniger, Mr.
and Mrs. L. E. Durrin, Mr. and
Mrs. Al Montgomery and Mr.
and 'Mrs. Geo. Barnard spent
Saturday at Thurston.
stumps to break out later in hot
windy weather. Forest officers
announce that state laws prohi
biting burning without permit
and precaution will be' enforced
rigidly and also warm summer
camping parties to be extremely
careful with campfires.
George Thompson, formerly
assistant postmaster of Spring
field, came in Saturday night
from Palmer, Oregon, to visit
old friends for a few days.
Bids will be opened July 12
on $250,000 jetty improvement
at the mouth of the Siuslaw.
FOR SALE Timber claim, for
$6,000. No incumberance,
olear title, 8,806,500 feet if
taken inside of 6 weks. Ad
dress A. P. Nilsen, Springfield,
FOUND One bay mare. Owner
may have same by calling,
describing, paying for this ad
and paying for keeping. A.
L. Churchill, Springfield. Ore.
R. F. D. 2. 37-8-9
LOST A gold braclet, cameo
set, between Thurston and
Eugene. Leave at News office
and receive reward. It
Repairing a Specialty .
Main, bet Fourth and Fifth. Phono 11
W. O. VV. Picnic.
Members of the Springfield
lodge of tho Woodmen of the
World, desiring transportation
for tho picnic Sunday, July 11,
should leave their names and the
numbr of their party with Nice
& Miller early this week. Wagons
will leavo tho hall In tho morning
for the picnic ground south of
the Dorrls place, on the banks
of the Willamette.
Card of Thanks,
Wo wish at this time to ox
press our sincere thanks for tho
words of sympathy; tho kind
nets, and eBpclally the beauti
ful llowcrs sent ns a tribute to
our wife and mother.
J. W. EBBERT AND FAMILY
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Chaso
loft Monday morning for Oak
Tho Boll theatre oponod last.
Friday ovoning under tho now
managment of Rudrauff broth-
land, California, to attend tho! era of Eugone, soon to become
International Baptist Young residents of Springfield. Tho
Peoplo's convention. Thoy will films shown woro all good, and
also visit tho fair at San Fran-'introduced tho ovor-popular
clsco before their relurn. Chnrloy Chaplin.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local application), ns they cannot loach
tho UUt'ast'd tiortlon of thti ear. Theri, la
only 0110 way to cure ih'iilncn, nnd that Is i
u- vuiiBiiiuuuimi iriiu'airs. ufninvsa is
cuutrd by un tnllamrd condition ot tho mu
cous llnlnit of tho lhistavlilnn Tube. When
this tubo Is Inllumvd you have a rumbling
sound or Imperfect hearing, und when It Is
entirely closed. Denriuss la tho result, and
unless tho InllnuimattDii can bo taken out
and this tubs restored to Its normal condi
tion, hearing will be destroyrd forever: nine
coses out of ten nro caused bv Cntnrrli,
which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition
of tho mucous surfaces.
Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars for any
caao ot Ueafneti (caused by cntmih) that
cannot bo cured by Ilnll'o "Cutsrrh Cuio.
Bend for circulars, free.
P, J. 3M!.Nm' A CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Bold by DiwcH, 7o.
Tulio Hall's family l'tlla for constlpatlen.
Six Big Days of .Culture, Instruc
tion and Entertainment.
C. D. Rorer, President of Commercial Club
Rev. Louis S. Cupp, Pastor First Christian Church
Prof. Ralph Lyman, Dean of Univer. School of Music
Judge E. O. Potter, Prominent Lawyer
All endorse the Chautauqua, and here are
some of the things they say about the different attrac
tions Newell Dwight Hillis "A Niagara of Oratory, the best on tha platform today."
TheSchuman Quintet "Wonderful musicians, high grade entertainers."
Nels Darling "Well worth the price of a season ticket albne."
Alpine Yodelers "Most wonderfully sweet music."
July 12 to 17