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fnlltUUUl' rill Pftn flritttirm 0K! V.MUfl'ilr.n nn lu Iiuia11 n Hl.n,1iii.l ' I
oly owlodyo. Got acquainted with our Btoro and Its man-,
anient. Wt want your drug trade, on the tasls of sitpor
Jol; goods and sorvlco.f It you will try usj you will soon havo
abttmlunt rooKon for malting our Htoro your regular trading
pineal 1 ' ' ' - -
"Lot uo bo your family druggist."
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Tales of the Town
Tie. Ifiye IJundred cn,b hejd
It regujar fqmlon at tJUe, lo,m?
of Mrs. Harry WJiltney Wednes
day aftornobh of this wefek. All
the members wore present, and
there Were also present, an the
guests of the club, Mrs. J. L.
Clark, Mrs. Elizabeth Stewart,
Mrs. Dale Mummey, and Mrs.'
Jcsso Seavoy. Mrs. Carl Fischer
was awarded the honors. At
the close of tho afternoon tho!
hostess served a delicious two-
Tho first meeting of the Pro
gressive Five Hundred was held
last evening at, tho pleasant
homo of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Catching, 7 .and streets.. A
!dsHcious lyncheon was served
bjMho hosfess a't the close
of the contest, Those present
Were Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. Fry, Mr.
ana Mrs Win, Donaldson, Mr.
and Airs. Al. Montgomery, Mr.
and, Mrs. L. E. Durrln, Mr. and
Mrs. A. T. Drum.Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Catching, Mrs. Zclla Can
treil, Mrs, Jessie Newman, Mr.
Gilbert Davis. Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Rose and Miss Zola Gould
were guests of the club.
The Knights and Ladies of
Security are planing on a social j
time after their regular meeting
this evening. All members are
reguested to be present.
Quality , is tho motto, at tho
4-A.new Colgato fioap at
i 1 t
Paul Hadloy of Jasper .was in
Springfield today on business.
Sco J. P. Fry, Notary Public
Fire Insurance and Real testate.
Hubert Travis has resumed
his position as salesman at tho
I do all kinds of altering
and repairing. Jenkins, tho
- C. S. Bliss of Salem was In
Springfield on business Snuday
Mrs. John Edwards was oper
ated on at the Springfield hospit
al .yesterday morning, and is
'how doing nicely.
The Springfield Garage was
this week appointed local Stude
bakcr agency and will carry a
II iu of Studebakcr supplies.
'' Gootl reliable fire Insurance.
No assessments; uo membership
feo. Pay once ahd you are done.
II'K. Walker at tho City Hall.
"Dad" Wlthrow suffered a se
verely lacerated hand this week
while baiting a trap on an Island
in the McKenzlo opposite Dead
mond's ferry. The stick with
which he was placing the bait
broke, lotting his hand down in
to, the jaws of tho closing trap.
.Wo will divide our profits
with you. When you need flour,
buy of us and you will bo suro
of; Quality and save money at
the game time. Cupid Hard
wheat $1.85, Johnson's Best, tho
"China. Pheasant" brand $1.75.
Special prices on quantities. Wo
carry a- full lino of all kinds of
Feeds, Flour, Hay, Sto.ck Food
aijd Poultry Supplies Come in
and get our prices. Springfield
Seo oui; Easter window at
the Palace of Sweets?
Seo our Easter BeautlcB at
,lho Palace of Sweets. ,
. Hear tho now Edison Disc
Phonographs at Peery's.
S. St Johns, a Myrtle Creek
.lumberman, was In Springfield
, Charles Zumwalt of Donna
was In Springfield and Eugene
on business Tuesday.
Elmer C. Keller of Bridal Veil,
Oregon visited with his brother-in-law,
0. W. Johnson, Monday.
Joy Walker left Tuesday for
fi visit in Oregon City and Port
land. He will be the guest of
.Bruce Evans. 1 '
1 Ladles buy your hats-and
trlmmlngB at tho Harblt millin
ery storo where you get the "Fi
delity" Trading stamps.
Tho management of the Bell
wa$ pleased to see tle city Su
perintendent and two of the
grade teachers present to view
the educational program Tues
day and Wednesday.
Tho Bell is showing a '"Patho
News" Tuesday and Wednesday
and a "Hearst Sollg News" Sat
urday. Tho only picture houso
In tho valley that Is buying them
Wallace Potter, of this clty,(
formerly In the theatre business
at Springfield, Is now traveling
on tho road for tho Universal
Film company. He was in the!
city yesterday and the night be
Springfield Flour Mill has
cracked .com- for chickens
cheaper than wheat. For good
hard wheat blend flour that will
produce more good bread, per
sack for leas nioney than any on
the market. Noxall will do
Colgate's Talcums lGc at
Mrs. John Mathers was oper
ated on at tho Springfield hospi
Saturday Special. 2 pounds
good coffee for 35 cents, Cox &
Cox Grocery Dept.
-rSave 1-3 by buying Rexall
Schpol Tablets at Peery's.
, Saturday Special. 2 pounds
good coffee for 35 cents, Cox &
pox Grocery Dept.
Miss Margaret Herd of
Springfield, departed yesterday
for Burr Oak, Kan., where she
J. N. Neet of West Springfield111 yislt w,tJ hcr Parcnts for' a
underwent an operation at the
local hospital Wednesday.
Lots of things for Easter
?t the Palace of Sweets. Drop.
in and see them.
. George Lamar was down from
Wc-ndllng Tuesday on business
and to visit friends.
J., A. Cox has been quite ser
iously ill with threatened pneu
monia, but at the present time is
lout of danger. He is still very
Mrs. R. N. Griffin and daugh
ter ilaurel accompanied by Miss
Grace Collins returned Monday-
Born On Monday, February from a two weeks visit with rel
5 ioik r Mr nwi Mra t w atlves and friends at Fall Creek.
I W . .. AM. V. 111 '
llfik. UUHVO, YV 11 U JiVtD VIII 1' UlU
a ! sireet, was operated on at the
Saturday program at the Bell ' Mercy hospital, Eugene, yester
vlll contain a "Hearst Seiig; day for the removal of one of his
News," the first pne ever shown ! f1"'18- He is doing even bet
In Springfield. r lian "vVas anticipated.
. ,r - , , ', . J Dr. J. O. Richmond attended
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Smeed -ft- . , T
of Walterville spent Tucsda e banquet of the Lane County
night with her parents, Mr. and 1 al sletyfit Eugene M"
irS, ai nr i idayAlevening, The paper of the
Mrs, Al Montgomery, r ,t J .
i I -ni. tr. . . :
Special while they " last'
Liberty Wheat and Oat flakes
25 cents the package.
Cox Grocery Dept.
and Mrs. L. E. Durrin
moved yesterday from the Stan
iger cottage on G between A and
Kohn Phappas suffered so- 13 streets mto tne recently re
.Vcrely burned hands Tuesday J modeled Staniger napartments
at his home at Natron when he 011 G and B streets,
poured oil onto a stove. Died-At Ihe" family home,
O.W.Johnson was confined to .Walterville, Saturday, February
his home Tuesday and Wednes-r20, 1915, John R. Putman, aged
day by reason of illness, and
Baxter Young drove the lumber
Doesn yt Require
the time and thought and attention
that it used to.
Nowadays, at this modern store,
' we take care of the "worry part" of . '
your grocery buying we stand be
tween you and impure foods and un
desirable goods,- and the cost is no 1
more than for inferior goods. - ;
Get the Habit of Trading
, I' Jit .
Mrs.' Lane returned to her
.home at Corvallis yesterday af
ter spending a few days with her
mother, Mrs. Sorenson, and her
, Vln Williams, who was operat
ed on for appendicitis at the
Eugene hospital ten days ago,
was brought to his homo here
this afternoon. -,wvim
Georgo Boyle secured a fine
wildcat hide, from Addington, a
trapper who was down from the
RIgdon ranch tho first of the
week. Mr. Addington has been
on the look-out for a long time
for a skin such aB Mr. Boyle
"Undo Jimmy' Doyle, for
years a quaint character about
Eugene, died at the county poor
farm Tuesday aged 94 years.
Tho body was brought to W. F.
Walker's chappl, and tho funeral
services wero conducted here by
Rov. II. W, Davis.
George Wishmah returned on
Tuesday from a visit V Nebras
ka, ahd Is now visiting at the
home of Georgo Catching, Vln
Williams and other friends In
Springfield. Ho was In Nebras
ka during the heavy storms, and
Is glad to get back to tho milder
climate of Oregon.
FOLLOW DIRECTIONS t
j Buy good shoes, and when
they need repairing, 'bring Uiem
tb Hall, the Shoo Doctor, Fifth
land Main streets.
72'years, 9 months and 17 days.
Interment was made on Sunday, j
February 21, at Mt. Vernon j
cemetery. Funeral under direc
tion of W. F. Walker.
Died At the family home,.
Pleasant Hill, Monday, February
22, .1915, Mrs, Mary Papenfus,
wife of R. Papenfus, aged 44
years, Deceased had suffered
prolonged illness. Interment in
Plqasant Hill cemetery at 2 p.
m., Tuesday, W. F. Walker, fun
Tax Payers Problsms Lessened
Hundreds ' of tax payers in
Lane county who are unable to
go. to Eugene to look up their
1914 taxes will bo glad to learn
that tliis can be done for them
by 'tSvo experienced men, Geo.
D. Fisk, and I. J. Walcott, of Eu
gene. They have a plan where
by taxes can Tie looked up for the
tax payer, notice of the amount
sent to liim, and lie can remit
through them to the County
Treasurer and be suro his taxes
have been properly taken care
of. Their advertisement in this
paper explains the method they
SEED POTATOES FOR SALE.
'I anv shipping in two carloads
of'Wesco Burbank seed pota
toes. I will guarantee to buy all
potatoes raised from this stock
inrf1916, Seo E. E. Morrison,
next door to the post ofllce.
-Senator (Miss) Clarfcof Glen
dale does not think the oratory
Ju'ket Sepate la worth -what it
colSts the state.
Extra Special for Saturday
Something New Cooking
Ware- Unheard of Prices
No. 1. Pudding Fan,4vtftf&$z cap.. JQc
No. 4. Cocottcs, 4,ln 8 oz. capacity. IQC
No. 3. Custards, 4 lh.10 oz, capacity. . 10c
No. 8. Pudding Pans, 5 In, 14 oz. cap. 10C
No., 2. Custards, 3 in., 8 oz. capacity, Qc
No. 10. Bean Pots, 4 in. 1 pt, capacity J.0C
No. 32. TeaPots, 18 oz. capacity. ..... 13 C
No. 1 Casserole covered, 5 in., 14 oz,
No. 5 Pudding Pans, 7 in. 2 pints
No. 6 .Pudding Pans, 8 in., 2 pints
capacity ,. 15 C
No. 2. .Mixing Bowls, 6 in. iy2 pint
capacity , ........ , 15C
No. 18. Bean Pots, 5 in. 2 pint
Are here in the latest
styles and patterns. Se
lect your suit now for the
Easter Fashion Show.
Also the latest in Hats
C. E. Sales
At The Toggery
Fine Program Thursday and
Friday at Bell
"The Bond of Womanhood"
2 reel drama, Lubin,
"The Lost Melody" A drama
of fine sentiment, Edison.
"The Indian Suffragette" A
Kalem comedy, said to be good.
Broncho Billy Favorite.west-
ern drama featuring the popular
W. O. W.
All members earnestly re
quested to attend next Tuesday
evening. Some neighbor present
will Teceive a hat, you'd better
H. E. WALKER,
For Sale, Bent, Wanted, Etc,
FOR SALE Full blooded white
Wyandotte Roosters irom
prize winning strain, E. P.
Lyon. Route 1, Springfield tf
FOR SALE Eggs from fancy
bred Partridge Wyandotte
$1.50 per 15 at the house, Gth
and D streets Springfield, Ore.
Phone 108 R W. L, Dunlap.
FOR RENT Three room fur
nished house close in. Box
74 Springfield. 8-jtf
Call for Warrants. ,
Wnticn ia hnrebv ctven -that I "Will
pay all outstanding Street Improve-,
mont warrants agamsi uio tnu ui
Springfield up to and including num.
ber C587. Interest will cease after
February 23, 1915.
By order ot tho Town Council,
' LILLIAN GOniUB,
744 Town Treasurer,
Parties -wishing to contribute
clothing to the Asociated Char
ities will pleaso ask their gro
cery,, dellverymen to take the
supplies to E. E, Morrison,',
where they will bo taken caro of.
, j JENNIE FENWICKv; ...
1 Pres. Associated Charities
Are made in 17, 19, 21 and 23
jewel and range in
Price from $12.25 to $60
More Hamilton watches are used
on the railroads of America than
any other watch. Don't buy a
watch until you see the Hamil
ton. You can't beat a Hamilton
D. W. ROOF, Jeweler & Opliciw
WOLF & MILLER
Harness, Laprobes, Horse
Blankets, Whips, Gloves, Har
ness and Shoe repairing. Spring
field, Between 3rd and Main.
We Give Fidelity Trading
Do not go out of town for any
thing in the line of bread, p!es
cakes, cookies, etc.. when yon
can; obtain the best rigW at
S. Young, Prop.
DR. J. E. RICHMOND
PHONES: Office, 3; Residence, 11T!
Over Commercial Bank,
Edwards & Brattaih
For Farm and City Property
Exchanges a Specialty
Springfield - Oregon
Dr. N. W. EMERY
TELEPHONE 6 T -
Ofllce in the I, O. 0. I. BliiKHnr
J. H. BOWER, ,, 4
831 Willamette St, Eugoney Oregon
Dr. Eugene Kester
Office ,iu. Stevens-Perkins Block
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
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