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About The Lane County news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1914-1916 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1915)
Wo have everything In
(ho way of apices ttuit
will make thono pickles
MuntarO, White, Illiick,
I'uprlkft , .
Popiuir, lllack nnd Wlilto
Mixed HplcoH, He
Mm. I'rlco'n Cunning
ilitf.iJt.t ' .
Hull for cheaper hoIoh nild
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1 Colgate's Talcums . ICo at
Hon nlcklnir liotrim In thu
Clark & WnHhburnu yard Tuos-I
Mrn. A. Ulgolow went to Mar
cola Tuesday to Join a enmpiuj;
! iMrB. Gcorgo Vaughn of Notl
was In Springfield Tuesday to
visit her HlHtcr, MrH. II. Michael.
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Arnold Tomuoth, who has
boon Buffering , an attack of
pneumonia, Ih reported as Im
proving. Horn On Wednesday, August
lifi, 101 C, to Mr. and Mrs. Emory
HlehardHon, a daughter, weight
Tho VltUB brothers flniflhcd
threshing Tuesday, tho laBt of
the season's work being done
north of town.
Good rollablo firo insurance
No assessments: no riicmbcrshlp
Mrs. b. May entertained tile
Kensington club nt her homo on
Ninth and C street last Friday
alter noon. A very pleasant
time was spent and dainty re
freshments were Bcrved by tho
hostess. Members of the club
present were MrB. II. W. Whit
ney, Mra. C. IS. Swarts, Miss Ed
na SwartB, Mrn. J. W. Coflln,
Mrs. V. 13. Wheaton, Mrs. N. W.
Emery, Mrs. 0. H. Kessoy, Mrs.
J. E, Drowning (Eugene), Mrs.
L. May. Club guests were Mrs.
Moslcr, Mrs. J. T. Moore and
Miss Masslc (New York).
Tnloo nf fho Tnurn i fco- Pay onco nnd you ore done.
iaies oi me lown H E WnlUcr at th0 clly HaI1(
Hear tho now ISdlson
Phonographs ut Peery'B.
City Attorney J. H. Dower
was In Salem Wednesday on n
Disc I Ivan McKInncy of Petnluma,
California, randson of, Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Browning, arrived In
Springfield Tuesday for an In
Sunt, and Mrs. R. L. Kirk and
n-of n r o-.i n,i rmiiiiv son Charles left this afternoon
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have returned from a vacation UI ,iai,"T bT " V;
of. several weeks at Newport.
Use Conkey'a Fly Knocker
to kill thoHC Illcs. 35 cents-GO
cents and $1 at the Feed Store.
II. C. Delp of Goshen, who has
JtiBt returned from a trip to
Haker, Oregon, 1b reported as
Mr. and Mrs. Sovert Jacobson
returned tho first of the" week
gonQ for a couple weeks.
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Mrs. M. M. Peery returned
yesterday from Portland, whith
er Bhc had gone with Mr. nnd
Mrs. John Wlnzenrled. Tho Wln-
zenrleds have not yet returned.
A threshing outfit moving in
the north cast part of town on
Monday afternoon, greatly
nlarmed cltlzcnSvby Its whistling
from a vIbR of a month at polntB of the regulation fire nlarm of
in Minnesota. ' J repeated long blasts of the whls-
Mra. Ernest Waltc returned i
home to Salem yesterday after ou don't have to pay n big
vlBltlng her sister. Msr. William Pr'ce to get n good Hour, we
Rennlo of Thurston. i,ua" Ea8tcI" PArcK.n nur at
. $1,415 Sk. or $5.60 Bbl. Try a
Mra. Frank DoPue and Miss'wick, you can't lose If It don't
Marie DePue, Mra. Jesse Seavcy. please, we will refund your
and Mrs. Welby StevcuB have re-1 money. Mra. L. V. Sneed &
turned from a camping trlptup oos.
tomoblle. They expect to be , Lakc They will spend a short
Save .1-3 by buying Rexnll
School Tablets at Pccry'a.
Ho v. J. T. Mooro wan called to
Salem this morning on business.
It. W. Calllson of Fall Crock
wa In Springfield yesterday on
Hert Calloway of Wcndllng
was In Springfield on business
Miss Grace Wllhelm Is Improv
Ing from . an attack of severe
Dr. and Mrs. M. Y. Sehaffer of
Eugone wore In Springfield on
business tills morning.
Mrs. W. .1. Gibson, who has
been confined to her bed for the
past seven weeks, Ib able to bo
Miss Stella Mitchell spent tho
day Tuesday with her BlBtcr,
Mrs. Harry Chase in Pruncvlllc.
Joe Hidemour of Philomath,
who has been In SprltiKfleld for
several days, left yesterday for, been visiting her parents In Ne-
Folcy Springs. braska ror tne past tnree
months. The family will reside
Mr. and Mrs. J. 13. Godman on the farm while Mr. Beebe la
and family of Dexter arc visiting employed on the Forest Grove
at the home of the formers mo- anu musuoro papers.
ther, Mrs. J. A. Godman.
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John Johnson and family of
southeastern Iowa, have arrived
In Springfield, and have taken a
house on north. Seventh street.
L.. Bechtel, wife and boii of
Salem, were In Springfield yes
terday on their way from Crater
A new Colgate soap at
m n a
h. M. Beebe left by auto early
Wednesday morning for Forest
Grove, where ho will spend the
winter with his family, who will
arrive from their eastern visit
early in Sentember. Mrs. Beebe
and sons, Earle and Frank, have
lime at Foley
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Killam of
Street car service was dlsor
'ganlzed for a short time before
Conrad, Montana, arrived in noon today by reason of a car
Springfield Friday. They arc idanmglng thojwltch at Midway
looking for a location, and may pane wrtccn-mmute semce
decide to settle here.
Miss Frances A. Miller of Nor
wood, Pennsylvania, arrived yes-j
terday for a visit with Mra. Van
Valzah on her way to San Fran-
clcso. Miss Miller lives In the
same town as Mrs. Van Val-
All wall papers, from now
until the stock is gone (except
oatmeals and moires) will, be
sold at a reduction of 20 per cent
at Walker & Holbrooks. Take
advantage of the sale prices to
do your wall papering.
J. R. Kirk, president of the
state normal school at Kirks
ville, Mo., who arrived Sunday
from San Francisco to visit his
son, Supt. R. L. Kirk, left Tues
day morning on his way home
by the northern route.
Jesse Hayncs of Portland, a
nephew of Mrs. N. J. aild Mrs.
Rose Harbit, visited them yes
terdav. They had not seen him
A number of Springfield rail
road people and their friends
went to Salem yesterday on the
Southern Pacific employes' pic
nic, leaving Eugene In the morn
ing and returning on the even
ing train. Among those .who
went from Springfield were Mr.
and Mrs. F. R. Russell, Mrs. M.
L. France, Orvllle Howard, Mrs.
Tom Ohlsen, and Mrs. W. S.
Wright and two children. Mrs.
J. II. England of Cottage Grove
accompanied' her sister, Mrs
In Order to Reduce My Stock of of Suits I Will Give
A 20 Discount
On any Suit in the store. That rricaris a saving of
$3.50 to $5 on a Suit. Worth saving, isn't it? Come
in and sec if you can find anything that will fit you.
Wk also have a full line of
Gloves for Hoppicking Ladies and
C. E. Sales, Toggery
The Bell Theatre
Tuesday, Sept. 7th
was being maintained on nc
Mra. F. 13. Lenhart and Mrs. nlc, and the sidetrack was being for 20 years. He is spending
J. B. Sownsh returned Tuesday used. isome time with his uncle, S. W.
from Monmouth where they had I " " . . . . B. Hayncs in Eugene
been called by tho Illness. of their i 1'ersons desiring 10 nuvc nign
fnfitnr n siin. Mr. Rtltt Is school students do housework
very much Improved.
Bob VanValsiah returned
in exchange for board and room homo this mornlnefrom a camp
should communicate with Su-line trin in the mountains. He
The J. J. Bryan building on ncrintondent R. L. Kirk, as he J reports the fishing fine, and had
the south side of Main street knows of several young peonlejone trout IS inches long. Dr.
between Third and Fourth, Is who desire to attend school this Van Valzah and Jerry are still
being renovated and will be oc- year and can do so only If they tin enmn on Buck creek above
cuplod by A. D. Moc, the tailor, fan secure accommodations In ! Oakridge.
who Is re-movlng his shop from uxciuuibo iur Murvicutj
Eugeno to Springfield.
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By our method we teach good
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interesting way. Not the dry
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you studied at school, but In
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Something very few persons
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it costs you nothing and you will
A. E. CHAMBERS, Manager
Schools, S97, Willamette St.
The Wonderful Six-Reel Photoplay
Everyone Should See this Picture
Get your seats early. Now on sale at Ketels drug store
HOP PICKERS Start picking
on Sept. 1 at the old Cheshire Call Springfield 2 for butter
yard, 11-2 miles west of wrappers.
Springfield. Henry Hukriede
Sonic young fellows fooling
Prof. Roy Smith, professor of
Archie Fawver and his friend, mnthematlcs and oratory of , tho
Arthur Westover. arrlver last oolleee at LaMar, Iowa. Is vislt-
wlth Dr. Barr's auto In the street night on their motorcycles from ing his old school mate, Claud
at tho Commercial Bank corner, , the exposition at San Francisco 'Lansbery. He has been making
Monday evening Binned the en-'and are making a brier visit with lectures at a uozen or more
glno and could not stop It. A . Mr. Fawver's sister. Mra. F. W. ; places along the coast, and will
workman from the Springfield iStrubin. They will leave tonight
Karate had to be called. Tho
engine was started full tilt, and
made more noise than a motorcycle.
for a'vlsfl with a brother at liar
risburg before continuing their
journey to their homes at Seattle.
Doesn 't 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 isnok
more than for inferior goods.
Get the Habit of Trading
speak tonight ut Dallas.
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Dr. S. L. Van Valzah, who has
been making a very enjoyable
visit with his parents here, left
this afternoon for Baltimore.
(where he may locate Tor the
, practice of medicine. He has
i lust, completed a year In the big
j Southern Pacific hospital at San
Do not liesitato to lay in
iyour supply of old wheat Hour.
We are prepared to protect you
If thero Is n fall In tho price of
Hour providing you take a quan
tity. Come in and wo will show
you where you can save money
and still have the "OltKWlieat"
flour. Wo ran make you some
astonishingly low prices on
quantities. We will back every
sack we put out with a "money
back" guarantee. Springfield
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ncct of
Wendllng have just returned
from a month's tour of Califor
nia, having gone the coast route
and returned tho Inland way.
They took In tho fairs at San
FranciBco nnd San Diego and
Tin Juann, Mexico". But they
think there is no place on earth
like Oregon. Their brother,. Ora
Neet accompanied them on tho
trip, and the boys' sister, Mrs.
Harry Skeels of Gllroy, Califor
nia, roturned with them for n
visit with her parents in West
For Sale, Rent, Wanted, Etc.
FOR SALE OR TRADE New
six room bungalow pn Un
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
FOUND Belt knife hv sheath.
Call at this office, describe
property and pay for this adv.
and take knife. 48
FOR SALE At rock bottom
price. Close in properly in
Springfield, Ore., on C street
between 6th and 7th streets,
50x119 feet. Small house,
good sized barn and wagon
shed. City water and sewer
system in and paid for. Title
perfect. The above property
for $500 if sold soon. Terms ;
$250 down balance one year,
at 6 per cent. I paid over $700
for this property over two
years ago. : Address, J. O.
Richmond, Newport, Oregon.
Are You . f
Getting All You
FOUND Curry comb and brush
Call nt this office.
NU-BONE CORSETIERE Mrs.
Anna II. Uhl, 1798 Columbia
Ave, Eugene. Phone S3S-J.
Hours 7 to 9 a. m. ahd 6 to 10
p. m. th54 t4
Are you wasting your ability In a
email job, at a meager salary? Special
training will tako you out of the rut
and fit you for the better positions
and higher salaries.
Business will welcome you trained.
It has splendid positions waiting for
you now. You can begin at a salary
greater than you could ever hopo to
earn as an untrained -worker. And
your first position will simply be a
stepping stono to better ones a littlo
Begin with us now and you will be
ready to start a business career in a
few months. You will be able to enter
business at th.e same advantage per
haps at a greater advantage than
some of our students of one, two or
three years' ago, who are now in po
sitions paying from S1000 to $2000 per
Dozens of ambitious young people
like yourself have already arranged
to make their start wltn us tins iaiu
Decide today to be one of them.
Let us tell you about our "course.
Call, write phone. , t"
EUGENE BUSINESS COLLEGE
For butter wrappers phone I 137 East Ninth Street
Springfield 2. eugene :: :: :: Oregon-
Notice is hereby given that the
County Surveyor of Lane County,
Oregon has filed in the Office of the
County Clerk for said County, his
"Certificate of Completion" of work on
County Head No. p6, in accordance
with Contract with Roylance and Mes
singer, who have completed said work
and any person, firm, or corporation
having objections to file, to the com
pletion of said work axe hereby noti
fied to do so within two weeks from
the date of this Notice; in the office
of tho County Clerk.
Dated Aug. 7, 1915.
STACY M. RUSSELL.
53-7-9 County Clerk,
FOR SALE Peaches, Early
Charlotte, "an improved early
Crawford" variety. " Upland
grown so best Ilavor. Price
75 cents per bushel delivered.
50 cents at orchard one mile
north of Springfield. Bring
box. Phone 7C8-L, Eugene.
I G. Young.
NOTICE Hop Pickers start
picking hops in the Campbell
Walker yard. Rtonday August
23. Palmer Bros. It
FOUND Sunday Aug. 22, lady's
hand-bag. Owner can have
same by proving property nnd
paying for this notice.
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