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. BRING' IN YOUR
' 2a.CEMYiS FOQ 3 AME
TOWARD THE PUR
CHASE OF A NEW ONE
Day and Night Phono 31
t Tales of the Town f
Tho Palace of SweolH had
now signs painted on their win
Mrs. 11. A. Wnshbumo Is
confined, to her homo today, by
reason of illness.
Hugh Snndgnthe of the
Sprlngflekl Garage Is Buffering
irom a boll on IiIb left hand.
William Darling and family
himf moved Into tho Coglll
houBO on C Blreot near Eighth.
Mrs. 0. C. Wolf returned to
Albany Friday after a visit with
her mother, Mrs. A. S. Walker In
'i The Gleaners will meet Thurs
day afternoon at the homo of
' Mrs. Claud Knott at the corner
of Fourth and B streets. Mrs.
C. F. Egglmann will be tho hos-
i : E "
I l 1 limtll.iiiiinn-.Hn BIT ri i l
I ' piaiB,.
For Years to Come
In tha eroctlon of modorn buildings the primary
thought ia for enduranco.
Tho samo thought should be given to building our
own body and brain but few give it. This building pro
cess requiros certain ossontial food elements which, with
ih tho body, nro convertod Into the kind of brain, bone,
norve nnd muscle capable of enduring the severe tests of
work and time.
Is scientifically made of wholo'wheat and malted barley,
and 'supplies, In splendid proportion, nil the .nutritive
values of the grain, including their vital mineral salts,
which are. all-Important for iffe and' health, but lacking
m much of the food that goes to 'make up the ordinary
A daily ration of Grape-Nuts food'isgood "build
ing" for sound-health of years to come.j f .
"there's a Reason"
" .... ,. Sold by Grocers everywhere,,.,.
1 tSeorgo Cox, mill wrlght at the
Booth-Kelly mill, loKftvlltllo
flnjfei' by ftnipiUtUJoif'B&tlmliiy.
Mr. and Mrs. wfr MjiGtllach
are- expected to rqturna'from
Srnn Francisco tho lout of this
& A. Towifoond, watchman on
the S. P. pilodrlvor on tho Blus
)hvf work, spent Sunday In
) Tho Bcavor-IIcrhdon company
luvvo n very attractive window
appropriate to EloctrlcaL I'ros-
W. 11. MeArthur returned on
Thursday to5 Corning, Califor
nia, after having spent several
days here on business.
I Mrs. Robert McDonald nnd
daughter loft Friday for Frank-
llnvlllo, Now York, to visit her
.mother for n number of weeks.
i Horn On Monday, November
28, 191C, at tho Springfield hos
pital, to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Yan
cy of Marcola. a daughter,
weight 10 pounds.
E. 13. Morrison will ship two
carloads of potatoes tomorrow.
His company has just recently
received an Inquiry from Victor
ia, Australia, for a quantity of
their Bced potatoes.
W. A. Redmond, who suffer
ed a badly crushed cheek in an
nccidenl at tho Booth-Kelly mill
last Wednesday, Is still in the
hospital in Eugene, nnd Is re
ported as making satisfactory
m w n
Mr, and Mrs. A. 13. Murphy
son nnd daughter, arrived Fri
day from Crawfordsvlllo for a
visit with their former fellow
townspeople L. M. Cagloy nnd
family. Tho returned to their
home yesterday morning.
Mrs. George Valller and her
daughter returned last evening
from a trh) of three weeks to
San Francisco and other points
in California. While away they
.visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.
I Denton at Richmond, California,
'where Mr. Benton Is In busi
jness and oing nicely.
Go to tho Palace of Sweets
to buy peanuts, 5 cento, a quart.
Wbllo rubber Bolea and
heels put on by Hall, tho Shoo
Rov. J. T4 'Abbott, Utlfct au
porintendontV occupldj the pnlr
pit Of (he Methodist church hero
both morning and evening.
Have discontinued giving
out Fidelity Stamps. Bring In
your books and seo ubout pre
miums. COX & COX.
Mra..Jcnnlo Smith returned
yesterday from Portland where.
sho had been visiting for a
. i i ,l
M,r8,.W!J' cFnrland, moth-
or of Mrs. Roy Jenkins, who un-
derwent an operation in Eugene
fsevd-nl days ngcf,. is getting
along nicely. t
Tho Country-Market opened !
Mila mnrtilno' n tlio rnnm timet
west of the Springfield Hotel,
and did a big business the first
Atv nmi Mr nnvr. f.riinrr nf
'Cottage Grove spent Thanksgiv-
Inir with Mr. and rMs. E. A.
Lyon ,of the Springfield Feed
R. N. Griffin and sons, Clent
and Walter, left Friday for Not! i
where they will be employed on
'a log drive. Ernie Lyon and Cc
i cil Wlhnont went down Wednes
Mrs. R. M. Baker of the
; Springfield hospital, returned
Saturday from Canby, whither
I sho had Ween called hy tho sick-;
ness nnd death of her mother,
! Mrs. Frances" Roth.
George Perkins returned on
Saturday from a visjt of several
days in Portland. R. Simmering,
who accompanied him to the
city, expects 10 return to
place in a few days.
The Soringfleld public schools
resumed their sessions this
rrnltnr nftor o vnratlnn rtt n
wppV, The teachers lmd been at-
tending Institute for tnree days
;r " " " VIZ. ,7.t
ast wecK. anu ui i nnnKHgiv ngj"" ,tr"V m JZf 0t
holiday took up the rest of the .Pulnits of
week- . . - lLA Lenl,n&bLa.
jhauled to the Gorrio bridgeov-
cr the mill race, a mile east or
.town, where renairs were made
necessary by the high water of
,last week. It will require a week
to do tho necessary wont.
The Christian dhurch mem
bers, at a meeting yesterday, de
cided to hold a series of pro
tracted meetings. beginning
slinrHv nffpr P.hriRtnins. Ahlfi
man from outside will be secured
to assist the pastor in present-
ing the message and leading the
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Wetherbee
of Eugene and Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Towsley of Manchester. Ver
,mont, were in Snringfield Satur
tlnv calling on Mrs. W. A. Dill,
sister of Mr. Wetherbee. Mrs.
Wntherheo and Mrs. Towsley are
sisters. The visitors insnected
the Booth-Kcllv mill and were
'very much Impressed by it.
The second regular dance of
the Fortnightly club was held at
the Reapers hall Saturday even
ing, every one reporting an extra
good time and the time passed
all too quickly.
" One of the most enjoyable
social events of the week was a
"Backward" party given by the
.Misses Lacy and Myrtle Copen-
,haver to the members or tne u
The evening was spent
In needlework, contests and
Rook. Guests were compelled
to play all games backward. Tho
hostesses served a most delic
ious luncheon during the even
ing nnd at that time only, the
girls were not "backward."
Guests of the club were Harper
Marlon, Male Grace, Bartlett,
Ferdlne Blanche, and Palmer
.Misses The . The club will meet
Dec. 10 with Miss Edna Swarts.
Mr. and Mrs. J? D. Davis of
North 6th street royally enter- Friday evening was a great suc
tnined a number of guests at a 'ces both financially and social
Thanksgiving dinner on Thurs- 'ly, In spite of the inclemency
day. The following guests wore Jof tlio weather a good crowd ap
present: Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bass peared and all were made hap
and daughters Mariorle and , pier and healthier by tho laughs
Marion, of Yoncalla; Mrs, S. P. provoked by tho exercises in the
.Ruble of Kansas City,' Md. Mr. different rooms. Everyone went
1 and TMrs. Lee iCltfitf.HtfMri and tfor a good laugh and had it. The
Mrs. W. G. Campbell 'krid sons
Walter and Floyd, Mr.fand Mrs.
,M, G. Bally and son Ray.
George Wolcott of Landax was
In Springfield today on business.
Homo made Hot Tamalcs
'ItJ'doiits- -2 for 25 cents, at tho
Palace of Sweets.
Miss Alice Stanigcr camo up
'from Wilbur Thursday night to
$pend a few days at homo with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
-The Progressive Twenty
two will glvo a social in the Odd
Fellows hall Tuesday evening.
A(!mfuuIfHi inn nunla tvif rrxih-
mfmtu flvn n 'Vhor win h
,nitif.nt nrmmm nfmr.
A. E. Davis of Red Bluff, Cali-
forola, returned liomo Sunday
af(er 8pemIn(; BevCral days in
cs1Ptnf,nAi,i. ti mxniiitv timwht
tho nca(1Ic pr0perty at Sixth
and B HtreetB.
and Mrs. Joe Errlngton of
GOOUlanU, , KaUBaS, Old-time
Mends fo Mr. arid Mrs. C. E. t
Swaruj, spent Friday and Satur-f
1 1, , . V, ,
to the fair
at San Francisco. They were SO
well impressed with Springfield
nie uootn-jeny lumuer com
pany is re-iaymg me sidewaiic
on Mill street from the wagon
bridge northward to the mill
rdce, to replace the wornout
walk. At the south end, where
tho old walk was considerable
distance from the street, the new
walk has been set out to the
westward, thus leaving more
space on which to pile the sur
Mrs. Alice Foor, assistant dis
trict manager of the Knights and
Ladles of Security, was In
Springfield Thursday night at
the meeting of the lodge and
had planned to call a special
meeting for Wednesday of this
this week, but was called to Port
land Saturday owing to the ill
ness of her daughter. She ex
pects to return to Springfield at
a later date to conduct a 30-
days campaign for the order.
Rev. H. C.
Ethell, who has
of-Seattle is expected to arrive
iVA":" r; "Sr
will hold services at stated per
iods will preach at Wendling,
and Camp Cree':.
.The services in the Baptist
church were exceptionally well
attended yesterday, both morn
ing and evening, the audience
shewing great appreciation of
the mesages. Many encouraged
the pastor's heart by expressing
themselves as being helped. On
'next Lord's day the Rev. W. N.
Ferris will discuss the much
mooted question of the Lord's
Supper, commonly called Com
munion. In the evening Mrs.,
J E. Richmond and her sister,,
Miss Gilbert, favored their many
friends with a most excellent du-,
ot, which greatly augmented tho '
tho thqme of the sermon, "That i
Invisable Land." 1
The name of Mrs. Root was
inadvertantly omitted from the
tist of the hostesses at the Jap
anese tea garden at the home
of Mrs. McKlin last ween.
The Kensington club held Its
regular meting Friday afternoon
nt the home of Mrs. J. W. Coffin.
The afternoon was spent at
needlework and the hostess ser
ved dainty refreshments. Guests
of the club were Mrs. W. L. Dun-
lap, Mrs. j. u. .rariter, Airs, hc
Gowan, and the members pres
ent were Mrs. O, B. Kessey, Mrs.
L. May, Mrs. H. A. Korf, Mrs. G,
E. Wheaton, Mrs. W. H. Whitney,
Miss Edna Swarts, Mrs. F. E,
Lenhart and Mrs. J. W. Coffin.
The next session will be held at ;
the home of Mrs. N. W. Emery I
on Dec. 10. '
The Milltown Seminary enter
'talnment given by the Baptist
young people in the church last
young folks quite outdid them-
selves anu proved tneir aomty as
lT WAS ALU OH ACCOUMT A at-fAKK .
ISAy, BUT HE'S
'MSDI GEC WHtXl
V-B CUT CHEWIMQ I'lEAHS
IT COSTS LESS because:
A LITTLE chev satisfikc
A MAN vrho uies only ordinary tobacco would probably never Itlclc
If somebody chanied brand on Mm.
Hut W-H CUT Chewing the KcalTobaeco Chew, ncmevt. long shred
it to different horn ordinary tobacco, to much more iitiafyin that
nothing can take itf placo with a man who tncwi.
Gl pouch JW-B CUT ChwinnJivelittnl!lylci. Yooemttll.
"Kotlco how thm Mil Mas' out tht lith tobacco tub"
VUit If WEYHAN-BRUTON COMfAHY, 50 Uo.a Stpme, Heir Tent G'.f
jIs8 i-jazei Bogers of Eugene
12 n guest on Mrs. ituey bnou-
Good reliable fire Insurance.
No assessments; no membership
fee. Pay once and you are done.
H. E. Walker at the City Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Peery,
recently of Roseburg, were
guests of Mrs. Peery's sisters,
Sirs. Vin Williams and Mrs. Geo.
Catching Thanksgiving. They
went to Cottage Grove Friday
where they will reside this
I t m
Mrs. J. H. Corbett and daugh
ter Mabel of Portland arrived
Wednesday to spend Thanksgiv
ing with Mr. Corbett, who is en
engineer on the Willamette-Pacific
work train. Miss Mabel re
turned to Portland Sunday, but
Mrs. Corbett will remain for a
more extended visit.
EFFORT MADE TO SAVE
NEWLY BUILT ROADS
With a view to controlling
'court put the matter up to J. M.
county attorney. Mr.
Devers will examine the state
nnw ,,., rain.,Mfnn hv ottrtai
firms and individuals, it wlllbe
stopped In order to save the
I In section 4, chapter 277 of
,the laws of the 1913 legislature
there is a provision that when
ever the roads are being damag
ed by heavy loads, or by drag
ging heavy material over them,
the court may prohibit the oper
ation of such vehicles or contri
vances. The section referred
to reads in part: "Whenever
any highway in any country has
been greatly damaged by any
person, firm or corporation in
hauling heavy loads of cord
wood, logs, timber, lumber, ties,
piling, stone, rock, gravel, sand
WHEN IN NEED OF
NITURE, A RANGE,
HEATER, RUG, OR
PAINTS AND OILS
Spot Cash Prices on Feed
THIS WEEK ONLY
Bran. 60 lb $ .85
Shorts, 80 lb 1.30
Millfeed, 70 lb. l.OO
Dairy Feed, 80 lb, . . .80
Gr Screenings, SO lb. l.OO
Alfalfa Meal and
Molasses, 100 lb.,!.;
Beet Pulp, 100 lb. . . . 1,'So
White Shorts, 80 lb. 1.40
Middlings, pq.lb 1.55
Rolled Barley 75 lb-1,30
BET SOMEB00V HA3 TRICKEB
OR3INAKV TOBACCO. AHO
HCV CUT Mtftt. f
or heavy merchandise or drag-
gmg neavy materials it snail oe
the duty of the county court to
enter an order describing said
road and shall include in tin
order the maximum welLht"'
each load to be hauled, and the
maximum weight thereof shah
be made not less than 7,000
pounds for any vehicle having
tires more than four inches and
less than 8000 pounds for any
vehicle with tires less than six
inches wide. Wider than six In
ches the weight shall be propor
tionate. If any vehicle shall be
causing such damage the court
mayproniDitsucn venicie entire
ly." This law applies only to " the
countries west of the Cascade
mountains, Multnomah county
There has been complaint dur
ing the past year or so of a great
deal of damage to the macadam
roads of the county, especially
between Eugene and Springfield,
because of the heavy loads that
are being run over them with
auto trucks. It is for the pur
pose of regulating this class of
traffic that the county court has
referred the matter to be county
"If there is any way to pre
vent this heavy traffic from pun
ching the bottom out of the new
that we have built this
year, we win do it, said M. tu
.Tas. Corsaw has re-opened
his shoe repair shop in the
west half of the Stevens bi
cycle shop, ,Main St. near
Nov. 29, 1915.
Mr. Ernest Spinser.
Mr. George W. Garrison:
Mr. George Gates.
A. A. Fuller.
Mrs. Delilah Adams.
One cent due on all advertised
HARRY M. STEWART.
HOLBROOK & JOHNSON
Gr. Barley, 70 lb ...1.25
Oil Meal, 100 lb 2.20
'Soy Bean Meal, 100
lb. .. . 2-20
Ear Corn, J0Q. lb. ,.1.00
Scratch food, 100 lb. 2. 45
Cheat Seed, 100 lb.. .1.25
Vetch Seed, 100 lb.. 3.00
spuds, ioo lb .75
Johnson's Best flour. 1.20
Cupid Best Patent,. 1.50