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5 and fO cents
, Day and Night Phono 31
:; Ttffefe' 61 the
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-Hall for cheaper boIcb and
Mr. and Mrs. .1. T. Volgamoro
of Marcola were In Sprlnglleld
on biiBlncBB Saturday,
(ij no conumon oi mib. n. a.
romaius about the
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ilealy of'
Coburc are In SnrlnKfleld visit-
In ir frinmlu
MIbb Lena Newton, Instructor
In Mm SiirliiiTit'ni,! ll,rl, ,n,nni
was too 111 to teach Thursday
The Gleaners will hold their
regular meeting nt the homo of
Mrs. W. F. Walker on Wednes
day, October, 14.
Tho little son of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Guy Knnpp, who recently moved
to Springfield, underwent a min
or operation Friday on account
or an Injury received
playing at school.
The Judge Says-
Put a Package of these
oii trial besides a package of any other corn flakes on tho
market. Tho jury will bring a vordict of "guilty" guilty
of boing the finest ever mado.
Tho Now Post Toasties .are crisp and appetizing,
" with a truo corn flavor; and
milk or cream is addo'd.
But hero's the real test. Take a handful, fjeslV from
tho package, hnd qat thorn without cream or milk. Mighty
Notico tho little "puffs" op oach flakea distin-
guishing characteristic rosultlng from the now method
of cooking and toasting, which also brings out and en
hancos the wpndorful, true corn flavor.
s Your Orocor has the Now Post Toasties. jTry them
and.brlng in your vordict
'James McPhorBon Iiiih nc
conlud a noBillon In tho local
yards of tho S. P. Co.
Davo England wont to Port
land laHt evening to take tho
Dalo TuHHhiK of tho Sprlug-
i fluid Food Htorc, spent Sunday In
UrowiiBvlllo, vJBltlng hlB parcntB.
Having rented tho cafeter
ia, have moved my 'ofllco up
nlalrs In tho front rooms. J. P.
Snndford "Leach of VIda was
In Sprlnglleld Friday making ar
rangements to prove ui) on his
A crow of Booth-Kelly meij
went to the head of tho mill race
Saturday to make repairs to
Z. T. Klntzloy returned to his
homo at Jasper Friday after at
tending the a. A. II. convention
No Jobbers' profit ,qn BooBt
cr Flour, mado for and sold ex
clusively by Cox & COx. $1.25
per sack, $4.85 bbl.
J. II. Larson of St. Louis, Mo.,
a former resident of Springfield,
arrived hero Sunday evening
nnd may locate hero again.
N. A. Bilker, nrlnelnal of tho
Marcola public flchools. was In
Springfield Friday visiting rela
tives and transacting business.
Mrs. Charles Klngwcll and.
Jant daughter leave today for
hIv wnnltA' vlttlf with Mrt. Klncr.
well's sister In eastern Wash-i
Ington. Mr. Klngwcll will nc-
nmnnnnv Minm nn fnr Porl-
Mrs. Bert Cox of Landax Is In
Springfield a guest at tho J. P.
Johnson home. Mr. and Mrs.
Cox have resided at Landax for
the past year, but, are now mov
ing to their former home at
A. Middleton and Riley
crass left Friday for
trip In tho mountains above
real corn flakes these
they don't, mush down whon
1 a. .'v "ftsa-r-A1; -Aim
H MIbb' Mabel Brabham Ib lll'aC
I I .... Kill ' '
IlL'I JIUJIIU Oil iVIJU BlIUUl.
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Mra. J, 13. Fox of Mablc was)
In Springfield Saturday on busi
ness. Fred TltUB, a merchant Of
Marcola, was in Springnold to
day on business.
Ask your neighbor about
Booster Flour, $1.25 per sack,
$4.85 bbl. COX & COX.
noom for rent to gentleman
in private family. Well ventilated
nnd nicely furnished. Call at this
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Knott of
West Springfield , were dinner
gucBts of Mrs. and Mrs. C. F.
a,tn,yn nni.mini nt
the monorail car at the Booth.
Kelly mill, spent Sunday with'K" cunbumurs, our umcc win
his pnrcnts In Coburg.
James Seavey shipped a Car
load of hops to the eastern mar
ket Friday,, and, Wolf & Co. sent
out a carload bound for London.
Good reliable fire Insurance,
... i. i.t
o assessment, iu n.u.uuu
fee. Pay onco and you are. done,
M. E. Walker at the City Hall.
.irs. ueorgc aeiiius oi j'jiiuirii,
formerly of SprliJgfleld, arrived
Saturday to visit until tomorrow
with her daughter, Airs. j. r.
UUA 6i JUA.
1 order to be Or more con
venlencc to water, electric and.
iras consumers:, our office will
remain open until 9:30 P. M.,
m ajTw m m m
. JT.,-J.. t 'fair last Wednesday In nOnor of gave a piano recuai at me lue-
rryasacicoi uoosicrriour. ' ur. mm ur. rruiiK a. lash- pifljvo t OI4uv a rioiininne tliodist church Fridav evenine
in-!" .you are not satisfied, we vi!l hart returned Friday ttmj ffieM'TS
a can lorit anu give your money uuys v,b. v u. m. wh e the time was snent in nlav- number of friends. The work
. 0.1CK. $1.20 per sacK, i.bo u lmienus, iur. unu mis. u. a. ot tu CQf ' - nf fllp nunUs showed careful
Tuesday, October 12, 1915. 'uaKnage. ianuax anu uurgess, charleg Sylvester spent Sun
0 REG ON POWER CO'. jlast week to inspect cars in use d , juncUon City.
along the branch. He also made 3 i
Mr. and Mrs. George -Griffith
of Brownsville who have been, ,
visiting In Harrlsburg airlvcd In i
c.rnni,i cjmwinv tIipv will
visit friends here until Friday
visit rrienUB nere unin ivnuay
u w,n leave for theIr
old home'ln KanBa8 for an ex-!
The W. R. C. and the Ladles
nf the fi. A. R. of Encene will
w- --- i A grass nre on uie inn souui
present an American flag and a f t ( noQn
.picture, of Abraham "SJIday was the cause of another!
the Eugene High school Wed-j TllR ...!
ncsday afternoon, October 13.
Lauies unu cuimuuua ui lunu,.., orost nhnve the Rnnth-Kell"
post and circle, Springfield, are Q?nc anu. iSop rfffehters
,i . r t twirl jmiu, anu a numoer oi ugnters
invited to attend. C. J. Dodd,
Members and friends of the
First Baptist church please note,
tne ionowing-cnangu ui iuc unu-
mpuriuiicu iu Uu
ing Thursday. Let every mem
ber bo nresent. Do not forge
the date and hour, Thursday S
P. M. Rev. Ferris.
I ' .
t T . i ha c v 1 1 n nr
i iui. ami .mill wu...
ceived a .letter yesterday telling
ceiveu a ue&ier yesieumy icmue
them their sons, Sam. Young,
week Sprayer senTc8:66 o'clock ?t SllliirTil
Thursda evening and. not We-.
nesday evening as hither o l repalred. Twenty-five or mOre
Tyo engaged gleaning : bark
jr., ana wunani, wno reeenuy iv as he was riding down the in- , ,
went to Seattle to work at their jnc Int0 the mili, and he wasi S1""1? today the Eugene
'..n.ia no hnirnrc hnfV fmio tn tt ' RnrinErfield automobile staKe
i Vancouver, B. C, and had en-
l listed In the . Canadian army,
Thev wrote they were to he
. i i.
sent to Victoria, but had recelv-. The Hamilton, Mont., Republi
ed no intimation ns 'to how soon can of recent date contains the
they might be sent to England following in regard to a former
to join the army of the allies. I Springfield citizen: "Jack Bur-
bonia, who conducted a moving
Many calls as to the location picture show in Hamilton about
of a fire come in to the power 8ix years ag0 js jn town. His
plant after overy alarm, states wjfe dled at Portland recently
Chief Engineer McCulloch, but and the remains were taken to
men on duty have no informa- Misoula for interment, the fun
tlon to give. They are notified, era ijemg iieid there last Fri
slmply that the fire fs In a given day
ward, and they blow the signal o
accordingly, Too frequently The BOoth-Kelly pile, driving
the one turning In the alarm , prew ias completed work on the
does not give even this much north side of the race at. the
information, and hangs up as , dam and i,as oeeu ,uoved to the
soon ns he has told the plant sduth side "where a row of piling
there is a fire. All the power, will be put In to prevent the
men can do under such clrcnm ; water washing out the bank
stances is to blow a long blast 1 0f tho race near the mill,
and let-tho fire boys hunt for the ) William Beals, cashier of the
blaze. . Bank of Shcdds, and brother of
,D. S. Beals, cashier of the First
A carload of vails for cmer INatlonal of Springfield, is hero
goncy itBe was , received in for a viBit of a few days.
Springfield today, and gave rise j
to a report among rauronu men
that preparations were being
made to move tho tie-plckllng
plant, now at Latham, to this
place. Roadmaster F. W.
Schultz, In ohargo of this divi
sion, stated that he had had no
instruction to prepare a track
for this purpose. Tho company,
it is stated by railroad mon, lias
been planning for a long time to
bring tho Latham plant to this
place, but there Js. no authorHjV
for statements .that it is beings:
uroughthere at this time:
, II. 13, Walker lias completed,
tne improvements to the large
verandah at Jilu homo af Mill
and 13 streets.
Ilound-Up Flour, $1.20 per
aack, or $4.00 bbl. This flour is
nn eastern Oregon flour and. Is
guaranteed. Spuds 75c cwt.
SNEED & SONS.
M. Fenwlck of Sprlngflekl has
been selected an- one of tho
members of the receiving line
when the new armory is dedicat
ed In Eugcno next Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Day and
Mr. and Mrs, J. V. Day of Cor
Vallls hnvo come to Springfield
to leslde, and have taken the
Powers house on C street and
.the Gilkey house on D.
In order .to be of more con-
venience to water, eiectnc ana
remain onen until 9:30 P. M..
Tuesday, October 12, 1915;
OREGON POWER CO.
An extra train was" sent out
Sunday rtoon to take empty cars
io points on the WOridllrtg line.
The demand' for cars Is so great
that the time calned was suffl-
wnrrant the BnecIal trln
i , .
James Cox of Co & Cox, and;
;ucen uuiiuucu w uibh ucuo uj
reason of Illness for the past
several days. Norwood is coa-j
sweraoiy improveu at tnis time, i
hwav thev vlRlted friends it Cor-
aiJIS anu JJaiiaS.
si o o
F. R. Russell, car inspector
for the g. p. Co., made a trip to
an Inspection trip out on the
Mrs. N. J. Harblt. Mrs. Rose
Harblt and J. S. McKay visited J
E. D. Johnson who Is in the Mer-
hospUaJ .Eugene suffering
.wuii u iiuuLureu iiiiui. in i
191 years of age and is an old!
friend of. the HarblUamilles.
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tended for some distance along!
went out. The flames did no
A dozen or fifteen men were
at work yesterday erecting a
scaff0i(iinK inside the
,ai .uoiuiiouui, yregun. wuiibi,.? - . ... D ' T
ftout oi tne ponu. a great qeai,rr ,
6f bark comes off the Iocs that"." "l uc UBlu" 11
nre helnir hmimht from Pohurir tcerns business, social or do-
aie being brought from Loburg. jmesUc affairs ARE you IN,
t.i, n ,m wrfwy, nt I TROUBLE? Are you in doubt?
UheBooth - Kelly mill, suffered a
u. ...... ....c-i.
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uiiuiy uiuiaeu uutxu liuutiuuji
afternoon when the brake on his ,
afternoon when tne oraite on ms
bIcycie took hold too sudden-
u.town t0-a doctor's office for,""e win operate cars once an,
the necessary treatment.
Tfcere la more Catarrh In this eoctlea ef
the country tlmn all other dUeasea put
together, nnd until tho last few yean
wai BUDDoaed to bo Incurable, tor a
preat many yenra doctors pronounced 11 o
local disease and prescribed locnl reme
with Inrnl trtfiitinent. nionouiiceil It Incur
dies, and by constancy rniune w cure
nble; Kcleneo hns proven Cutnrrli to bo a
constitutional disease, and therefore j
nulres constitutional treatment, llalPa
Culurrh Cure, inanufnrtureil by V. J.
CJieney A .Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the only
Constitutional euro on the innrket. It Is
tiilion Internally, .It nets directly on the
blood and nuicoui aurfnrt-s of tho system,
Tliey offer one hundred dollars for uny
rnBe It falls to cure. Bond for circulars
und tpHtlnimilnlfl. '
Address) K. J. CIinNBT CO., Tolado. O, ,
Tsk null's Family I'lH-i fur coBiCjftjv
Mrs. M. J. McKHn was, tho
hostess of a delightful session
of tlie Priscllla club at her home
at Sixth nnd D streets Friday
afternoon'. Needlework and so
cial conversation made the
hours pass all too quickly, and
men tne Hostess served a most:esung program was
appetizing luncheon. The mem-; and refreshments were served,
bers of the club present were: '. Guests of the organization were
Mrs. W. L. Donaldson, Mrs. W. Mrs. Nat McKlnney, Mrs. Rag
M. Rouse, Mrs. Dan Gore, Mrs. I. land and Mrs. Hedburg, and the
D. Larimer, Mrs. A, P. McKinzey. members present were Mrs. J.
Mrs. N. Howard, Mrs. McKIin. J. Browning, Mrs. Flora Luther
Guests of the club were: Mrs. (Eugene), Mrs. Isabel Lambert,
H. E. McGowari, MrB. Henry Mrs. Ellen Knott, Mrs. A. Knott,
Korf , Mrs. James T. Moore, Mrs. Miss Knott, Miss Ellen Lambert,
Milton Bally, Mrs. W. A. Dill, Mrs. Jennie Smith. Mrs. Pearl
Mrs. J. O. Root, Mrs. John Dill- Drury, Mrs. E. M. Allen, Mrs, Ed.
ard (Eugene), Mrs. R. H. Pierce
(Eugene) , Mrs. John Parker and
Mrs. Paul Brattain.
Mab.0 and Edna Duryce e-
and" E stfeets. The guests of
".j ,. .
tins evening were Misses jcxina
. . . f . .
Sadie Allen, JSVa Br
Sadie Allen, J3Va Brown, LeotajMrs M airs 0 BKessey,
iMcCracken, and Oscar
Fioyd Bartlett, Ray Bally, -Glen
Woolley, Will Rodenbaugh and
iwcie oci vcu aim me uauai Buuu
. time spent with games.
Mrtf. James Davis gave a very
. mi . ,v .
'SSes KUth .Parson, KUUl Lans-
Nellie Copenh&ver, Eliza
i .uijuunuvetv juauiiu mi;rviuiicj,
ranch ,at Waltervllle Saturday. 000,000 across ties annually.
f,Last year approximately 43,850,-
ADVERT ISED LETTERS 000 of these ties were treated or
Springfield, Ore., Oct. 7, 1915. ' creosoted. This qualityof treat
Mr. Ross Peterson. ed material would construct a
Mrs. Laura Mizee double track about 8,700 miles
O. H. Haugann in length.
Mrs. Edith Cox. I If all of the 7,730,000 Dduglas
Mrs. Thomas Cain. fir cross ties,-treated in 1914
Mrs. M. C. Bpthers.
One cent due on all advertised
Mrs. M. C. Buthers.
HARRY M. STEWART
Keppner Work on new ma
,, hniiriincr Binrteri
T.n'Thelmn the Noted Medium
has arrived in Snrincfield and is
t ftbe XXotlSprtoSneld.
2 and 3, upstairs, where
fTie can be consulted from 9 A
g. to . P. M. She :ve . never
ie you ueeeu.:
j ,r'2". ...
Eugene-Spr.ngf. eld Automobile
hour during the forenoon and
evervhalf hour In the atternoon.
Time of departure has been put
five minutes earlier than hereto
fore. Following is the timecard:
6:50 A. M.
7:50 A. M
S50 A. nr.
9:50 A. M.
10:50 A. M.
11:50 A. M.
12:50 P. M.
1:20 P, M.
1:50 P. M.
2:20 P M.
2:50 P. M
3:20 P. M.
3:50 P. M. -
4:20 P. M.
4:50 P. M.
5:20 P. M.
0:50 P. M.
6:20 P. M.
fi-BO P. M.
8:20 A. M.
rt.nsv A r
inn a' at
12:20 P. M.
1:20 P. M.
2:20 P. M-
2:50. P. M.t
3:50, P. M,
4:50 P. M.
5:2Q P, M.
5:50 P. M.
G:20 P. M.
6;50 P. M.
7:20 P. M.
FOR SALE At a bargain, 80 acres,
io acres cieuruu, uaiunca easily
cleared. Some" viae maple and'
hazel brush, no big trees, out-
Tange. 40 acres adjoining can bo
nomesteaded. house. Price , $700
J. P. FRY.
When you come to Springfield, Ore.,, try tliot v
Ji ELITE ROOMING HOUSE
' " Fire-proof juilding. Our, rates are modest and the
building li modern 'and up-to-dafe. Good warm office and
a parlor for the-ladles. You are always welcome. Try us,
The Springfield Auxiliary of
the Christian Women's (.Board
of Missions met last week la
Eugene at the home of Mrs. E.
C. Wigmore, who Is president of
tho state board, and, of tho
' Springfield auxiliary.
Solelm, and Mrs. Elldn Fallons-
by (Fall Creek).
1 Mrs. A. Middleton entertained
.--..uiuaaaiuiy swum, wim iaiicjcr
' work aftJr wfiIch daInt
nuinv aiici riiii
i,,rtT1 ,aft. DtraAj on,, xfi
lowing members were present,
Z'Z' w w ' whiYnn,
Mrs. C. B. Wheaton. IMi-v- i,.
: jf" q Brownine VEuEene)
ton, The club will meet again
on October 14 with Mrs. C. EL
Wheaton as hostess.
fmlnlnrr Arr Knnnn -ilan ren-
training, aire, ruiu uiau mr
dered several selections, and she
,,.OCJ occfctorl lw ATIa T?ernlp
Ingalls, soprano. i
The railroads of this country
purchase approximately 13o,-
double track passenger service
and a single track freight line
could be run between Seattle
and San Francisco.
It has ben determined that in.
the Rocky Mountains and Pa
cific Coast region ninty per cent
of the damage to Douglas fir,
commonly Known as gum check
or pitch. seam, is caused by the
work of the Douglas fir pitch
Last year 2,525,000 linear reec
of pole (telephone and tele-
P0Sveqhffid Xse trea1&
m SbjuW feje.,
iOTOni0 -1 nnri miles nf wire could
According to a recent report
of the Department of Agricul-
tiiT-n thn rnat nf ctnre nifrnWAVK.
w.. ri - - -
varies in anrerent sections or
t.0 rmiT1trv frnm S1 no to S15 -
the country from ?1,500 to ?15,
000 per mile.
About 1,000 men are now
working on the Oregon Eaatera
railway from Rivers'de toi Har-
Stamp Co. expires Oct. 29.-,We
continue the Fidelity stamps.
'See about your premiums.
COX & COX
All persons are hereby warn
ed not to hunt or otherwise tres
pass, on the Thomas Brattain
estat'e. ; t
i 4PAUL BRATTAIN. "
Trespass Notice 'w
. jAll . persons are forbidden to
hunt or otherwise trespass on
H. E. WILLARD,
Springfield, R. D. No. 1
v TVP LOTS AND THREE-ROOM
iipuse, itico $jou
?J)f.VOLOTS AND A FIVE-ROOM
house. Price , ..$650
TWQ.LOTS WITH A TWO-STORY I
J. P. FRY, Proprietc