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About The Lane County news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1914-1916 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1916)
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Kireor iihii mnrKOi, ih mirroring,
from mi attack of tho grip.
- N0TICI3J PIchho bring "your
ibook or half book of Fidelity
StnmpHbyKob.in, COX & COX
Now Ir tho tlmo
to tako )lcLuroti
got some of those
bOUlltlful SHOW flCGUOH
wlillo you lmvo
$2.00 to $60.00
IJuy whoro you lmvo
to cIiohu from.
Supplied of All KIikIh
Day nnd Night Phone 31
MarHhal John ISdwnrds H)enl
tho forenoon today shoveling off
hiiow to mako cross walks on
0. H. KcHstoy, cashier of the
Commercial Stale Hank, re
turned ThurHday evening from
I'ortlaud, whero ho had attend
ed the automobile Hhow.
W. 0, JacohH loft for Oardln
or, Oregon ycHterday, after
Spending a month In Springfield
with IiIh mother, Mrs. A. M. Ja
cobs and BlHter, Mrs. 13, It. Lem
ley. William Hruco, Robert Heed,
Isaac Webb, William Culver and
tho JohtiBon brothers made u
snowplow Saturday morning
and cleaned off the Bldewalks
on both BldoB of Main Btreet
from Tenth to tho city limits.
: Tales of the Town :
Mayor IS. IS. Morrison return
ed Saturday afternoon from a
business trip to Portland.
Thos Solelm was In town
Irom Camp Crook Saturday to
got a stovo for tho district pub
V. C. Hurko of the electrical
department of the Oregon Pow
er company was over from 12u
gent today to test motors at tho
company's plant hero.
William Derrick, namo also
(given as Bd. Herrick, who was
; arrested Thursday morning on
a chargo of larcjcny of a quantl
Ity of brass from the Klschcr
IHoiKin Lumber comnnny, was
given a preliminary hearing be
fore Recorder Walker that af
ternoon, nnd was bound over to
tho action of tho grand ury.
The Bugene Morning Register
and tho Cottage Grove Sentinel
have been designated by the
county court as the olilcial
papers to receive public adver
tising In Lane county. This des
ignation was made on a showing
of tho largest circulation going
through tho malls to postoniccs
In Lano county. The Guard did
not file a list.
N. L. Hayes, formerly in the
real estate business hero, and
known also for his local cartoon
work, Is spending a few dayB vis
iting hero before ho Lakes up
his work in n Portland trade
school lie has just completed a
course in advanced cartoon
work in San Francisco. Mrs.
Hayes Is completing a three
year course in domestic science
and art at Santa Barbara.
comes with proper training a most vital factor In which is
If a child is to gain physically and expand mentally
certain' vital mlnlcral elements grown in tho field grains
These elements, such as phosphate of potash, etc., are
lacking in many foods, but abundantly supplied in the fa
mous pure food
Made of tho wholo wheat1 and mnltedbarloy, Gra'tio
Nuts with cream of good milk supplies woll-balanced nour
ishment not only builds up tho growing child, but repairs
dally tho wear and tear of body and brain.
Grape-Nuts has a delicious nut-llko flavour is sop
clally procossed for easy digestion and Is always ready to
oat .direct from tho packago. Economical conveniont
and makes for ofilcloncy.
k "There's a Reason" for Grape-Nuts
Sold by Grocers Everywhere
LINOLIUMS, Somo very
jjIcq-jiW patterns nt Ilolbrook
-i-Good reliable flro Insurance
No assessments; no membership
fee. Pay onco nnd you nro done,
II. B. Walker nt tho City Hall.
Hugh Sandgathe of tho Spring
field garage returned Thursday
night from McCloud, Canada,
whither ho had been called by
tho death of his mother.
Iuka Circle of the G. A. It. will
hold an open mooting on Friday,
Fcbruray 4, All membcdB nnd
friends requested to be present
and bring well filled baskets for
tho dinner at 1U o'clock. '
a a n
Mrs. Ray Coaster, who has
been visiting the Goddard famil
ies hero for several days, left
Sunday morning for a vIhIL with
her relatives at Dallas, Oregon,
before returning to her homo
M. J. Drury, member of the
school board asko the News to
correct tho Impression that has
boon given that tho fire extin
guishers at the High school arc
empty. He states emphatically
that they have been kept filled
at all limes.
The basket ball game which
was to .have been played at
Pleasant ill Friday night be
tween teams fmm Snrlngfleld
High and Union High No. 1, was
postponed on account of the ill
ness of some of the Pleasant
III11 players. The girls' game
was also called off.
Wood from Edward G. Lan
din, lntcly appointed pastor of
the Marcola (Methodist) circuit,
who has been -absent In Seattle
for several weeks, Is to the effect
that ho expects to arrive In Mar
cola with his family about the
middle of this week.
Saturday's snow compelled
Ilyland's cam) at Landax to
suspend operation, but the Geo.
Netle camp this side of Wend
llng is at work. Ten or 12 cars
of logs will be down from there
tomorrow. Tho Fischer camp
at Marcola Is expected to start
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Graves of
Craigmyle, Alberta, who have
jbeen visiting at tho home of the
forjuer's. parents Mr. and . Mrs.
W. J. "Graves, on D. street, will
leave tomorrow, Tuesday night,
I for Vian, Okla., to visit Air.
; Graves people for a month or six
i weeks before returning to their
.northern home. Mr. Graves
claims Alberta is ahead of any
thing he has yet seen in Oregon
although ho has not been around
very much on account of the bad
' At tho Baptist church last
night a large audience listened
to "Hogan and Hogan," the first ,'
of a series of readings by Dr.
Keeney-Ferrls, followed by the!
pastor's sermon, "Am You Kept" ;
Many were the words of appre-1
I elation expressed of both ser
mon and reading. The reading
from Hogan and Hogan forj
next Sunday will be "Billy Sun-1
day." Music by the Chorus choir
likewise contributions greatly to i
J 1. .. I... . 0 it n I
II1U UIIUIUSL ui iiiusu survives.
Thursday's News will contain
full announcement for next
Charles A. Haines of Marsh
Hold, a student nt Eugene, was
arrested in -Springfield Saturday
night charged with assault on
Stella MagTll. Prosecuting At
torney Dovers was in Springfield
Sunday, and as a result of Miss
Magill's statement,, Haines was
taken to Eugene and lodged in
tho county jail. Haines' face
was badly scratched and his
nose bloodied in tho struggle,
which took place near the high
school. Neighbors who heard
the young woman's outcries
called tho police, and Officer
Solelm at onco made the arrest.
The young man's father arrives
from Mnrshfleld tonight.
Rev. Joseph II. Smith, of Red
lands, California, an evangelist
of national reputation und ex
perience, nnd nlso an educator
of somo note,, is holding a short
series of evnngollstic meetings
in tho Evangelical church in Eu
geno, beginning yesterday for
noon and closing next Sunday
evening. Thoro were services
yesterday forenoon and evening
In tho Evangelical church, and
afternoon In tho Methodist
church. Sorvices each day this
week at 2 :30 and 7 :30 P. M. Not
demoninatloual. Mr. Smith is a
minister of tho M. E. church and
also a member of the National
IJobinus Association, an ovan-
f The quo timer is on to the real tobacco chevvt)
HM.0 OH SAVE P
MCA LITTLE.' J T
DON'T take a big chew just a nibble ofW-B CUT
Chewing the Real Tobacco Chew, new cut, long
thrtdrt'iW atiify you. Tatte it, smell it tee (ion different it is liow
it lutUfiet you.
"Nolle bow ih iH brine ott tb rtcb tobacco Ut
Kafe bj WEYMAN-BRUTON COMPANY, SO Union Spur, New York Cl7
"flail, tho Shoo Doctor, for
good repairing with . tho best
leather. Fifth and Main street.
DaptiBtn and Methodists of tho
Sunday School league will play
basket ball at league hall tomor
W. T. Drury of Jasper, who
hafl been In Springfield for tho
pnflt few dayH vlBltng, returns to
his homo today.
Mlfis Iva Cain and brother of
Landax werp in Springfield this
forenoon. The lnd came In for
A.Jj. Cllffcamc In fromtWal
torvllle this morning, bringing
his small son to receive treat
ment for an abecss.
Dr. Henry Talbott of Willam
ette University preached two
very interesting sermons at the
Methodist church yesterday.
Mrs. Roy Edmlnston of Thurs
ton and Mrs. II. B. Rhodes of
Trent returned to their homes
yesterday, having spent the
week-end with their sister, Mrs.
fll. J. McKHn and mother Mrs.
M. A. Howard, who is also visit
ing' at the McKlinc home.
Miss Kate Houx arrived from
Monmouth Saturday and will
teach the fifth and sixth grades
at the Lincoln building, taking
the place of Miss Lacy Copen
haver, who has been granted a
leave of absence to attend the
state normal school at Mon
Under the heading, "Must Not
be- Ignored," the Portland Tele
gram reprints the News' inqui
ry: "Is Springfield going to have
n part In the celebration at the'
opening of the Willamette-Pa-1
clfic to Coos Bay? We furnished t ,
the gravel." 1 Portland, Ore., January 26,
n a a j Figures jW3t. compiled by the
R. A. Booth of the Booth-Kel-1 Chief of the Office of Accounts,
ly 'company, on Saturday was Forest Service, for the first half
rneviDicT i fun .
yc juo&e.cas i I
OltfOStO OP J
WHEN IN NEED OF
NITURE, A RANGE,
HEATER, RUG, OR
PAINTS AND OILS
SEE HOLBROOK & JOHNSON
re-elected president and manag
er of the rOegon Land and Live
stock company. Other officers
are, John F. Kelly, Eugene, vice
president; George H. Kelley, of
Portland, secretary and Frank
Miller of California, treasurer.
The revival meetings which
have been going on at the Free
Methodist church in West
of the present fiscal year, or the
period from July 1 to December
31, 1915, show an increase in
Forest Service receipts of $190,
281, over the receipts for the
corresponding period during
Perhaps the most striking in
crease shown in the report is in
Springfield for the past two the receipts for water power
weeks are announced to conrentals. For tUl the national
niiuo uuuufiu uusj weuK, mere foists of thp rnimtrv thprp is
wns mifi fnnvprsinn inf ni.n,f Ioresis oi tne country, mere is
Frifljiv pvmiinfr tw mi V an increase in these rentals of!
Ferris of the Baptist church, I nearly 100 per cent over the re-
and assisted The tor. R?i , fr the Same period in vice business for the remainder
r . unnus m the services. I -i-yi. mere nas also oeen a
marked increase in the timber
sale business on the national for
ests all over the country. This
increase amounts to about
$153,000, over 50 per cent of
which, or approximately $80,000
is due to an increase In the tim
ber sale business in District 6,
(Oregon, Washington and Alas
ka.) The grazing business, too,
has increased, nearly 20 per cent
for the whole country, and ap
proximately 50 per cent for Dis
In fact, the report shows an
increase in receipts in nearly
every department of Forest Ser
vice work. It is evident that
government business on the na
tional forests Is feeling the pulse
of awakening prosperity, and In
dications, it is said, point to still
further increase in Forest Ser-
of the fiscal year.
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Patronize the Payroll of Your Home Town
House of Quality
Fine Line of Box Goods, Fresh
Made, Put up to Your Order.
Hot Drinks, Ice Cream and Soda
Eggimann's Candy Kitchen
Bread, Pies, Cakes, Cookies, etc.
Wedding and Party Cakes a
S. Young, - Proprietor
For good values,
For good bread.
Use Bakore and Knoiall Flour.
All kinds of Feed cheap.
Will do feed chopping for $1.50 a ton.
SPRINGFIELD FLOUR MILLS
Springfield Planing Mill
SPENDS ITS'MONEY AT HOME : : ELECTRICITY
Tho Lane County News divided its
expenditures last year, thus:
Supplies bought outstdo of Sprlug
tlold, Including papor and now
machinery 20.4 p. C.
Suppllos bought in Springfield, In
cluding ront, etc ."lO.! p. c.
Payroll, entirety In Springfield. .... .60.5 p. C.
80 Spent at Home
SASH, DOORS. MOULDINGS, BRACKETS,
TURNING, "STAIR DUILDINGG,
Extension Tables, Drop Leaf Tables, DBreak
. last iauies, ivucnen uauinois, uupooaras,
Safes, Step Ladders, Fruit Boxes
Rerry Crates, Folding Clothes Racks.
For! light, heo,t and power.
'!Made in Springfield."
I : Oregbn Power Co. :
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