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About The Lane County news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1914-1916 | View Entire Issue (July 8, 1915)
Perfection Witch Hazel Almond
(Our own nmko.)
Fragrant and hiHtlng
A delightful preparation for chapped IuuhIh, fnco, fp or
and rougluionH of tho Hkln, Produced 'a Ixmutlf til soft whlto
hUIii mid removes Hunbnrn nnd dm. If yoii will but give It
it trial jjjnu will never bo without It. i
Price 25 Cents
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: Tales of the Town
Save 1-3 by buying Rexall
School Tablets at Pecry'e.
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' Hall for cheaper Boles and
i mil lor cueapcr boich anu f ,.,,, 4 . , ,
i J. V. Collin left Saturdnv for
(Newport to spend about ten at Dallas. Independence, and Al
Colgato's Talcums 15c at ' the sea shore.
K. 12. Morrison wont to Lob'
anon Saturday on business.
Hoar tho now Edison
Phonographs at Pcery's.
Johnson's Host Flour, $0 a
barrel at tho Kcod Store.
Supt. It. L. Kirk wont to Cor
vallls this morning to make an
o o o
D. Crouch left this morning
for Council, Washington, after
spending the Fourth at home.
Mrs. Lizzie Grey of Thurston
who has boon suffering with a
badly sprained ankle for some
tlmo waB able to be In Spring
Hold shopping Wednesday.
Dairy chop at SBc per sack
at tho Feed Store. It will pay
you to look over out stock of
Flour, Food and Poultry Sup
plies. Wo can save you money.
Miss Alice Stunlgcr and Miss
Veda Harbre returned last week
from Portland and other points
down tho valley where they hud
been visiting friends.
p M V
C. A. Thorpe or Springfield,
employed by the P. E. & E. in
Eugene, has boon assigned to
a motorman's run on one of the
Mrs. Loo Clark, district de
puty of tho Hebokuhs, will In
stall tho now ofllcers of the lo
cal lodge of HebokaltB nt their
meeting next Monday night.
Tho Springfield Creamery
this morning shipped ten cubes
of butter, weighing 7S0 pounds,
to the Portland market. A day
or two ago a shipment of 2f slaughter, Mrs. W. R. Wallace at
.manor, ageu fciu years, -i montns
and 5 days. Tho funeral was
held at Jasper Wednesday. Mr.
Smith came to Oregon in 1903
and had lived at Jasper all that
Mrs. A. E. Potter, mother of
Mrs. F. H. Ilusncll, who has been
very 111, Is considerably Im
Miss Amy Carson came down
from Wondling this morning.
She had been there to give mus
Try a sack of eastern Ore
gon flour at $1.G0 u sack, $5.80
a barrel. This flour guaranteed.
SNEED & SONS.
Good reliable fire Insurance.
No assessments; no membership
fee. Pay once and you are done.
II. E. Walker at the City Hall.
The Oregon Power Co. has re
constructed the tunnel between
the furnace room and the auxil
iary stock house, bo that the
wind cannot blow the fuel from
tho conveyor chutes into tho
Mrs. J. E. Richmond of this
place will sing one of tho solo
parts In Shelley s "Hark, Hark
My Soul," which will be render
ed by a picked chorus at the
union services in tho Chautau-
! qua tent at Eugene Sunday.
Mrs. L. E. Durrln, Mrs. L. W.
Clark. Mrs. Sam Cranmer, Mrs.
J. P. Fry, Mrs. Al. Montgomery,
and Mr. and Mrs. J'. E. Stanl
ger and Miss Alice Staniger
wont to Eugene last, evening
to attend the installation of of
ficers of tho Rebekah lodge at
that nlaco. A flno banquet fal
lowed tho Installation.
Thomas Smith, a veteran of
the Civil war, died Tuesday, July
(5, 1015, at tho homo of his
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The Kkklofllau 'Society of thai niece
Methodist churchKwill hold Its
4i l l)l 4 4 ll t et l l t4,' ') ''K
Mluii Vefna Morris of
Iowu,'Mr. and Mrs. it. A. Korf,
Dr. nnd Mrd. N. W. Eriiery, Mrs.
J. W. Collin, Mr, and Mrs. L.
May, Miss Florence Coffin and
Tho (J. T. Club will hold its
regular meeting this evening at
the homo of Miss Florence Coffin.
monthly social nnd business
meeting at 8 'O'clock nt ih'o
A Jolly bunch of people mo
tored to the bank of the Coast
Fork river last Monday to spend
the day celebrating. Those who
comprised the party were Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Dunlap and
Anew Colgate soap at I eclved Kelly's right leg was am
Kelly died since the suit was
Over GO Woodmen of the Instituted In the lower court
World and members of their! and his son, Arthur A. Kelly, of
families have signified their In-jLorane, as auministrator, win
collect me judgment.
L. M. Travis and A. K. Meek
were the attorneys for the
tention of going to tho picnic
that Is to be given by the local
c.iinn Sunday. July 11 on tho
bankB of tho Willamette near ! plaintiff. Woodcock, Smith and
the Dorrls place. Teams will
leave the Woodmen hall nt 9:00
and 9:30 n. in., so that no one
will have to walk. Names should
be left at Nice & Miller's store.
V, L. McCulloch, chief en
gineer of the Oregon Power
company's plants here in the
Willamette valley, leaves Sat
urday to Inspect the Installation
bany. He expects to go on to
Portland to meet his brother, S.
W. McCulloch, who Is delegate
from Massachusetts to the great
Shrlncrs' convention in Seattle
this week. He hopes to have
his brother come to Springfield
for a day and Join his train when
It passes through Eugene.
Bryson and L. Bllyeu represent
ed the defendants.
For Sale, Rent, Wanted, Eto.
: "V V - ':f ;
I Hot Weather Is Here I
FOR SALE OR TRADE New
six room bungalow on im
proved lot 50x150, trees, out
side city limits, city water,,
sewerage, wired for electric
lights, one block from mac
adam street. Will trade for
Springfield property. Address
E. R. Spencer, Cottage Grove
LOST Gold breast pin on July
5, either on Ninth or Main.
Reward. Leave at News of
The News office.
If the party who took the
dental fly wheel and other things
frnni Mm iintian mi ?!rl nnil f I
streets, which I had Just moved j f9,m V" y,n
out of, will bring the fly wheel
to my ofllco there will be no
trouble about it. Certain child
ren wore seen playing around
the house and no doubt they en
tered and took away the things
without realizing the serious
ness of the offense but if I have
to call in the aid of tho police
to locato this wheel I shall make
it as uncomfortable as possible
for some one.
J. E. RICHMOND.
LOST On Fifth street, purse
and sum of money. Finder
please leave at News o(fTice.
R. O..A. ball for rent. Well ven
tilated and lighted, clean and
warm. Kitchen and dining
CALL FOR BIDS
The Hoard of Directors of
Springfield School, District No.
19, will receive up to, nnd In
cluding July 19, 1915, at 7:30
o'clock P. M. bids for SO to 100
cords 4 foot body fir or slab
wood, for Lincoln School build
ing. Delivery to begin not later
than Aug. 1, 1915, and be com
pleted not later than Aug. 20.
1915. Said school board re
serves the right to reject any
and all bids.
A. P. McKINZEY, Clerk.
room attached. Rates reason
able. Apply to Fred Watke,
Gilbert Davis or W. A. Hall.
i uuxsi A purse containing a
small sum of money. Call at
Nice & Miller and pay for this
notice. , 42
FOR SALE Timber claim, for
$G,000. No incumberance,
clear title. 8.S0G.50O feet if
taken inside of G weks. Ad-
cubes was made.
Mr. and Mrs, Jules DoMick
wont to Mnrcola Saturday to
visit Mrs. DoMick's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. A. Nickerson. Mr. Do-! time. Ho leaves two children,
Mick returned Tuesday, but George Smith of Selah, Wash
Mrs. DoMick js still enjoying I ington and Mrs. Ada Wallace of
her visit there. Jasper.
To all the Installing ofllcers,
elective and npppolntlve ofllcers
elect, to meet at the I. O. O. F.
hall on Friday evening at 8
o'clock, July 9th.
DIST. DEP. PRES.
Doesn 't Require
the time nnd thought and attention
that it used to.
Nowadays, nt this modem store,
we take enre of the "worry part" of
your grocery buying we stand be
tween you and impure foods nnd un
desirable goods,- nnd the cost is no
more thnn for inferior goods.
Get the Habit of Trading
W. O. W. Picnic.
Members of the Springfield
lodge of the Woodmen of the
World, desiring transportation
for the picnic Sunday, July 11,
should leave their names and the
numbr of their party with Nice
& Miller early this week. Wagons
will leave tho hall in the morning
for tho picnic ground south of
the Dorris place, on the banks
of tho Willamette.
dress A.'T. Nilsen, Springfield.
FOUNp One bay mare. Owner
may '"have same by calling,
describing, paying for tins 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
Card of Thanks
Wo wish to take this means
of expressing our heartfelt
thanks to our friends of Spring
field and Eugene for their many
exprsslons of sympathy, and
for their acts of kindness at
the sickness and death of our
father and grandfather, J. T.
Witter. Especially would we
thank those who sent the beau
tiful floral tributes.
MRS. VINA McLEAN.
C. M, WITTER.
FRED E. LEMLEY.
SUPREME COURT FINDS
AGAINST THE WEAVERS
DR. J. fc. RICHMOND
PHONES: Office, 3; Residence, 111-J
Over Commercial Bank,
And more of it to follow. Protect
yourself against it by wearing Steph
enson Underwear $1.00 a Suit.
We have n large line of STRAW HATS that we are
selling at a big reduction We also have the dope in
And we will hand them out to you at the right price
C. E. Sales, Toggery
HlMnuHnH Mm HOT TO BLAME vouTJ
JiVVHB K'J MIGHT DO IT HIStiA
mXEvKJr (j"' jRA UT
I THE 6Q0P JUDGE HftS A FELLOW FEELING FOR HIS MIPNIOHT VISITOR
lOOD solid tobacco comfort
like you've wanted all
your life. "Right-Gut" is the Real Tobacco
Gives you the fine satisfying taste of
sappy, mellow tobacco seasoned and
sweetened just enough.
Easiest chew to handle no grinding.
You tuck away a small chew and let
the taste come nice nnd steady just as
you want it.
Take a very small chew less than one-quarter the
old size. It will be more satisfying than a mouthful
Of CmtllAW fnh.pn ft... .:kkf . . I - .
. , ua. umuie uu ik uniu you una
the strength chew that
Then let it rest. See how easily and evenly the real
tobacco taste comes, how it satisfies without grinding, how
mucn less you have to spit, how few chews you take to
be tobacco satisfied. Ihat's why it is The Heat Tobecca
Chew. That s why it costs less in the end.
. .. If rt?dV.c'1"r- t fine and tbort shred to that yon won't hsre
to innd on it.vtub your teeth. Gnndrnf on ordinary cindied toiucc
makes you tpit too much.
The taitc ol pure, rich tobicco doei not need to be covered op mtb moluiti and
rice Notice bow the ia!t bnnii out the rich tobacco taste in Iiht.Cnl.,
One small chew takes the place of two big
chews of the old kind.
SO Union Square, New York " 4.,
(BUY FROM DEALER OR SEND 10 STAMPS TO Us)
Commercial printing carefully
executed at the News
Edwards & Br at tarn
For Farm and City Property
Exchanges a Specialty
Tho V. It. Kelly judgment of
$3,000 against A. W. Weaver
and Albert Weaver, entered by
tho Lane county circuit court,
was uphold in an opinion hand
ed down by tho supreme court
of tho stat;e Tuosday. The
action was for damages for per
sonal injury received when a
horso, which Kelly wag riding,
was run dpwn. ,by the Weaver
autompbho at,; Springfield.
As a result of tho injuries re-
Office In City Hall, SprlnQfleld, Ore,
HERBERT E. WALKER
J. H. BOWER
831 Willamette St. Eugene, Oregon
W. F. WALKER
Office Phone 62; Residence 67-J
West Main 8t.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
First National Bank
At Springfield, in the state of Oregon, at the close of business June 23, 1915:
Loans and discounts (notes held in bank) $ 97.736.72
Overdrafts, secured, none: unsecured, $105.70
V- S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) 6,250.00
Total U. S. Bonds
Bonds other than U. S. Bonds pledged to secure postal
savings deposits 3,000.00
Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including
stocks) owned unpledged 14,999,94
Total bonds, securities, etc
Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve bank.?l,700
Less amount unpaid 850
Banking house, ?8,082.61; furniture and fixtures, $2500.
Utner real estate owned
Due from Federal Reserve Bank
Due from approved reserve agents in New York, Chi
cago, and St Louis 7,111.29
Due from approved reserve agents In other reserve
cities , 8,372.27
Duo from banks and bankers (other than included in
8 or 9)
Checks on banks in the same city or town as reporting
Fractional currency, nickels, and cents
Notes of other national banks
Lawful money reserve in the bank: - . '
Total coin and certificates
Redemption fund with U. S. Trensurer (not more than
G per cent on circulation)
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund ,
Undivided profits $5,007.11 C.007.11
Loss current expenses, interest, and taxes paid. . .( . , 3,070.99
Circulating notes , 6,250.00
Individual deposits subject to check 77,898.33
Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days 45,531.03
Certified checks , ,...,. 1.00
Cashier's checks outstanding 128.65
Postal savings deposits 1,198.54
Deposits requiring notice of less than 30 days ........
Certificates of deposit due on or after 30 days 13,694,64
State of Oregon, County of Lane, ss:
I, ChasMj. bcott, cashier of the above-named bank-do solemnlv rivmp
that the above statement Is true to tho best of my knowledge and belief.
CHAS. L. SCOTT, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before nie Correct Attest:
this 0th dayjof July. 1915. E. E, BR ATTAIN,.
IIERBKRTkK.MWALKERi SMITH, '
Notary Public. L. IC PAGE.
Commission expires Mar. 9, 1916. Directors.