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About The Lane County news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1914-1916 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1915)
Wo lake liWeiireJu anil Ififtftfct) Oufs4i3otntIln"
la now open for IhibIiiohh, mid that wo promise the same. I
courteous troatmont and quality goods thahovomi
iBfled ctiHtomcra for uB In tho palt. t i'U .
"Leave y.our;,rtur at. our fountain"
Tales of the Town
A now Colgato soap at
Stilt at It. Hall tho Shoo
Doctor, Fifth and Main.
Hoar tho now JjJdlson
rhonographa at Peory's.
A. L. Wllbor of Albany whb In
Springfield on business Mdnduy.
Alonzo Ilay of Doxtor wus In
Sprlngllold Tuesday and Wcd
ncHday. Cecil Wilmot Ib nsBlstiiiK In
tho C. It. Mend cigar atoro for
P, A. Wooloy Ib confined to his
homo on East Main street with
a very lnnto back.
Lenthcr Ib high but wo nre
Helling lmrncBH cheaper than
ever. Wolf & Miller.
Tho 8-year-old aon of Thomas
Solclm was operated on this
week for the removal of tonsils
Mrs. Ada Barr and son return
ed to Junction City this morn
ing after spending several days
Mrs. Omar Cox, who, was opcr"
atcd flpon at the Springffeld'li
pltnlon days ago, is ablo to bo
tnlccn homo today.
Mrs. Otto Brabham and fam
ily are spending n couple of
weeks in Santa Clara, whore Mr.
Brabham Is at work.
-If you pay moro than tho
I Colgate's Talcums lGc at
Chicken dinner Sunday at
tho Elite hotel, 3Gc.
Nothing to say too busy.
Hall, tho Shoo Doctor.
The big sale Is still going on
at Wolf & Miller's.
Grandma Abccne Is lying' very
low at her homo on Mill street.
Mrs. W. L. McCulloch and son
Robert aro both quite ill with an
attack of tohBllitis.
Lumber for tho remodelliiK of
Cliff Lybarger'B lunch room was
delivered this morning.
Hoy Jenkins Is constructing a
cleaning room in his establish
ment on Fourth street near
Good reliable fire insurance.
No assessments; no membership
fee. Pay onco and you arc done.
H. E. Walker at tho City Hall.
-Tho willing Workers of the
Christian church will give a Food
saio Saturday in tlic Harry Hill
building corner Fourth and Main
streets. . . . .
A special meeting of the lire
department will bq held at the
town hall Tuesday evening,
April 13. All members are ur
gently requested to be present.
Norwood Cox received word
from his father at Stayton this
morning that his
1. i ' mif
Ljfi 111 .Jl.lT.u I.
illM Ktlen Tomth elbfl-
jKl hw eleventh Wrthtky on Bftt-
truay afternoon, aithouKh liw
Dirtiiday not being till Sunday,
April 4, Games Vdre played
after which a luncheon was ser
ved, Easier novelties were car
ded out in the decorations.
Those present woro: Helen Per;
In, Charlotte Stewart, Genoviovp
Copenhaver, Florence Klzer,
Crystal Bryan, Alene Larimer,
Letha Goble, Gladys NystrOm,
Ruth Sales, Jtfarceda Sales, Var
nlta Morrison. Alice Tomseth.
Abby Tomseth, Golden Nelson,
Tho Progressive Five Hundred
club hold Its pleasing evening
at tho favorite game With Mr.
and Mrs. L. E. Durrln Wednesday
evening. Members present were
Mr. and Mrs. George Catching,
Mr, and Mrs. Gilbert Davis, Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Fry, Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Al.
Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. Will-
lam Donaldson, Mr. and Mrs. L.
E. Durrln, Mrs. Zella Cantrell,
Mrs. Jessie Newman, Mr. A. T.
Drum. After a pleasant evening
at the card tables, the hostess
served a delicious luncheon.
The Needlecraft met this af-
tcrnon with Mrs. J. P. Fry at her
rooms in the Elite hotel.
A special meeting of the Ema-1
on olsb wiM t&held tomorrow
afternoon ttfa horn of rMst V.
WHMams, whm the lowers In
recent content, over the selling
ui tuuR imoM, wiu provKie en
tertainment1 and a banquet for
Mrs. Howard Woods entertain
el tho Five Hundred club Wed
nseday afternoon with a dainty
mnciieon. me members or the
club present were Mrs. M. M
Peery, Mrs. R, P. Mortensen
Mrs. F. A. DePue, Mrs. Dr. Kes-
ter, Mrs. C. E. Whcaton. Mrs. H,
A. Whitney, Mrs. C. E Swarts,
Mrs. Yf. C. Rebhan, Miss Edna
swarts, Mrs. Edesse Cox, Mrs,
Carl Fischer, Mrs. Milton Bally,
Guests of the hostess and club
were Mrs. L. M. Beebe. Mrs. I.
D. Larimer, Mrs. L. L. Woods
(Eugene), and Mrs. B. A. Wash-
The Progressive Twenty-Two
will hold a social session Friday
evening at the Home of Mrs. L
E; Durrln, at Sixth and B Sts.
Mrs. J. J. Bryan, Mrs. Charles
Egglmann and Sirs. Aldred
Beaver of Springfield attended
.the meeting of the Elkette club
in Eugene Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Beaver tied with Mrs. Poole
of Eugene for the whist prize. A
dainty cafeteria luncheon was
served the guests.
Now is the time to get your
sweat pads cheap. Wolf & Miller.
V. R. Rogers of Marcola was
operated on at the Springfield
p p p
S. S. Moody,
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000 recently voted at Grants
n T-TnrHnhiirir' The line as projected runs In
merchant, is a guest today at the a generaly southwesterly direc
home of Dr. R. P. Mortensen.
Grandma Bryan, who has
been quite' sick this winter, was
able to be out in the yard today.
The Brilliant Vacuum
Cleaner for sale $19.50, or for
rent ?1.25 per day. See Dale
The 13-year-old daughter of
Roy Palmer was operated on at
the Springfield hospital this-afternoon
P P V
Hon, through Josephine County
45 miles to the state line and
thence in the same direction
through, Dl Norte County, Cal
ifornia 2b miles to a connection
With the Crfescent City & Smith
River Railway, which is under
option to the promoters for
$209,000. This line is 10 miles
long; making the total length of
the lineal miles.
RIghte-of-way have been se
cured for about fifty miles of the
NO terminals have been pro
Mrs. J. L. Clark went to Port-'f". naV,eschevnt ffiS
w,i offWnnn f . those owned by the Crescent
vTsR heVhusban'd who to thetf JJ
iuiuuhai waici iiuiitugc win uc
Mrs. Gus Redman and daugh-jbe constructed.
ter Ada of near Goshen, were in
Springfield this morning on a
Mrs. P. J. Brattain and her People have that flies are not so
daughter Hazel returned last i bad after all. Having done that,
KILLING THE FLY EARLY
SAVES GRIEF LATER ON
"Overcome the feeling some
lirlnn nf n Mnw Pnrfnntlnn All hna lionn miff n 111 ihn nnof I
Btovo ypu pay too much. If you jweok Is somewhat improved to-
pay 10B8 you get less. Hayuen & .day.
Aietcalf, tho Homo Furnishers.
Thursday from a visit of a few
grandmother, days in Portland.
Robert Wllllan of Waltervllle
spent Tuesday evening In town.
"Bob" was among tho number
who wero Initiated into the
Woodmen of tho World on that
brEshelman, supreme phy
sician of tho United. Artisans,
met with tho local assembly In
an open meeting last evening.
After, a short address by tho
doctor refreshments wore; serv-.
ed. Games and a general good
tlmo passed away tho ovening.
Mr. and Mrs. Masterson under-
1 went an operation this week for
Tho infant child of Mr. and the removal of her tonsils.
Mrs. William Young, who live on ! , ' . . .
D street near Eighth, Is quite 111 ? TuBSing of the Spring
wlth pneumonia. The father. : fleld, feerd stre. returned Wed
who is working on tho railroad nesday Brownsvi lo, where
near Gardiner, came home last "c imu "-b
convince them that a flyless
town Is; possible.
''Many persons do not really
The 8-year-old daughter of think flies are very nasty. They
THIS ONE ft f r LESS
DAY'S JK In THAN
SALE. .... r " 7 COST
While in the store ask to
see the New Clark's Jewel
Oil Stovef or cooking. They
burn less oil and do better
Horses, Mares and Mules
Will be in the following towns at Livery Barns:
COMSTOCK MONDAY, APRIL 12, 1915
COTTAGE GROVE TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1915
SPRINGFIELD, . . WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1915
EUGENE s THURS DAY, t APRIL 15, 1915
ST. PAUL FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1915
DAYTON SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1915
For the purpose of buying Horses, Mares and Mules.
Horses must be from 5 to 19 years okl, 15Vi to 16 hands
high; heavy, boned chunky kjind; weight 1200 to 1500
pounds; any color expect gray or spotted ones. No light
boned, thin or leggy horses wanted. Read thus well and
bring only the kind wanted, as I come to buy, not to loot.
Mules must be fat, 15-1 to 16 hands high; 5 to 10 years okl.
No grays wanted.
C. C. WIS E
Cupid Flour Is tho "Best"
hardwheat on the market. $1,75
or $0.80 bbl. Johnson's Best a
hardwheat blend of Superior
quality at $1.65 or $6.40 bbl.
Our "CaBh" guarantee with
each sack; Springfield Feed
the time and thought and attention
. that it used to.
Nowadays, at this modem 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
more than for inferior goods.
, " " V
Get the Habit of Trading
R P P
--Fresh milk, delivered night
and morning from Prunevillo
Dalryi Any one wishing- milk
call 34F3. Wo have our own
milk. 1 15tf
Mr, and Mrs. A. P. McKenzie
moved .yesterday to the1 house
on D street between Sixth and
SeventhTecently vacated by Dr.
j Framing of tho forma for the
( concrete building ' being erected
;by Budd McPherson was begun
,this morning, and the concrete
will soon bo going into placo.
Surprise your wife with a
New Perfection oil stove and
she will certainly appreciate
your thoughtfulness. Hayden
& Metcalf, tho home furnishers.
J, W. Baker received word this
morning that his daughter, Miss
Elsie Baker, is very sick at
Marshfiold. Sho is expected In
Springfield as soon as she can bo
City Recorder II, E. Walkor,
who Is serving on the jury in the
fcdral court in Portland, enmo
home Wednesday morning and
will bo horo for the rest of the
week. He muBt report for duty
Attorney A. A, Tussing of
Brownsville was in Springfield
this morning on his way to Eu
gene on business. He.had wlt,b,
him papers for filng oh Svhlch
there had been placed $Q3'lh,
fish them out of milk and gravy,
but they eat the gravy and drink
the milk. Convince them that
the fly is deadly.
"ReriYerriber the motto: 'Co
operative good will.' You can
chase the same fly all summer
but'ybti have to catch it only
once. Better, let it catch itself.
Begin early; one pair in April
may mean millions of flies In
"Suggestions, for conducting
successful campaigns against
the fly" have just been issued by
the University of Oregon and.
may, b had free upon applica
tion -to the extension division.
The 'necessity of organization Is
first st forth, and a typical
efficient organization is describ
ed. Publicity ideas and general
methods of. campaign procedure
are out-lined. Ideas for educat
ing tho citizenry to fly perils are
given. The suggestions take up
Save 1-3 by buying Rexall
School Tablets at Peery's.
Tlio Reapers of America held
one of their very enjoyable
dances at their hall Tuesday
This Will Whet Your Appetite
This store is filled with the choicest groceries money can.
buy with groceries entirely free from all adulterations
with groceries of the most absolute and unquestioned pur
ity with groceries that build up the system and instill that
remarkable energy which insures success in life;
NICE & MILLER
Opposite Commercial State Bank Phone 9
The Greatest Optical
l MOlCSjf W SCREWS
' t ''iAoon tm th .r.v .SVji-'-'iUX
A Rlm.leos glass, mounting
inadGvWlth lonse rigidly fastened'
to Hiatal with Lease Solder. No
loosp lensa if you wear the Sol
der on mountings. ,
, .CjlOUl aiiti ' :'"irauieeu.
Statement of the Ownership, Manage-.
ment, Circulation, Etc., Re-. j
quired by the Act 0
- August 24,. 1912.
Of The-Lane County News, published
semi-weekly at Springfield, Oreon,
tor April 1. 1915;
Editor, 'W. A. Dili. Sprtegfield, Ore.
Managteg Editor, W. A. Dill, Spring-
field Oregon. ., ,
Business maneger, W. A. Dill, Sprleg
field; -Oregon. '
Publisher, Lano County Publishing
Association, Springfield, Oregon.
Owners: (It a corporation, give
Its name and the names an.d addressee
of stockholders Jbdldfng 1 per cent or
more of total amount of stock; It not
a corporation, give names and ad
dresses of individual owners.)
Lane County Publishing Association,
a corporation. J. P. Smith, J. H.
Dower, IU W, Smith. M. Fenwick,
Charles L. Scott, W. H. Ppllard, R. U
Kirk, D. E. Lansbery, E. E. Brattain,
J. B. Green, John Mason, Dr. J. E.
Richmond, Jennie W. Dill, W. A. Dill,
Margaret Herd, all of Springfield, Ore.
Known bondholders, mortgagees,
and other security holders, holding
1 per cent or more of total amount
of bonds, mortgages, or other se
curities: Charles L. Scott.
Average numbor of copies of each is
sue of this publication sold or dis
tributed through tho malls or other
wise, to paid subscribers during the
six months preceding the dato shown
above, (This Information Is re
quired from daily newspapers only.)
W. A. DILL,
Editor and Manager,
Sworji,to and .subscribed before me
thts 5th day of April, 1915.
' ' ',JNo1aryPubUc for Oregon.
NOTICE FOR PimCWATIOi V, ,
Department of the Iaterier
V. S. Land Office at Reeefeurg, Ore
sob, March 3, 1915.
Net-ice is hereby given that' Coy KSs
toa, of Vlda, Oregon, -who, oa Actfi
39, 1912, made Homestead Battr
Serll No. 07984, for Lot 4 of ge. 34,
Tp.15 S, R 3-E, u4N!(et NBi aC,
Sectta I, Towaakip 17 8, Range 3 X,
Willamette Meridian, has UN settee
of intention to make Final Three-year ,
Froef, to establish claim te the bod
above described, before Stacy M. Raa
sell, Clerk of Lane County, at his oMee
at Eugene, Oregon, on the 16 tX day eC
Claimant names as witneeeea:
Frank B. Mason, of Vlda, Oregoa.
James Neal, of Vlda, Oregon.
Joe Weakfleld, of Vlda, Oregon.
Belle Jolly, of Vlda, Oregon.
J. M. UPTON
tApr8 1 Register-
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of tho Interior.
U. S. Land Office at Roseburg, Ore
gon, March 2, 1915.
Notice is hereby given that George
William Foster, of Vlda, Oregon, who
on October 16, 1911, made Homestead
Entry, Serial No. 07594, for the W
of NWU atsd NW?4 of SWVi of Sec
tion 20, Township 1G South, Range 2,.
East, and on March 4, 1914, made Ad
ditional Homestead Entry, Serial No. ,
09380 for the NEV4 of NWtf of Section
20, Township 10 S, Range 2 E Wil
lamette Meridian, has filed notice of
intention to mako Final Three-year
Proof, to establish claim to tho land
above described, before I, P, Hewitt.
U, S. Cemmlsaloner, at his office at ,
Eugene, Oregon, on the 14th day of
Claimant names as witnesses ,
Luvern ChllsoR, of Vlda, Oregon. t- '
Benjamin Mlnney, or vjaa, uregon;
Frank Minney, of Vida, Oregon. . ,.,
William Foster, of Vida, Oregon. , ' '
J. M. UPTONi1 44
tApr.8 Regiaten., '
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