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About The Lane County news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1914-1916 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1916)
Your HenUh' ,
Wo havo JuBt Received a
physician's ncalo. Como
la and ubo. It whenever
you wish to.
Wo glvo 12 1-2 voto ticket
with ouch COc purchase
Ask for your tlckotB.
ft. ft LIM
Day and Night Phone 31
mlo nP fU mnTTrr, i
xiuco in uuo auwuj
Spray In any quantity. J.
Hear tho now Edison Disc
PhonographB at Peory's.
Mr. and Mrs. (leorgo Settle
of Elmlra are visiting at tho JaB.
Johnson homo on E street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fox leave
shortly for Raymond, Washing
ton, where Mr. Fox has a posi
tion. Will Kctchum Is down from
Fall Creek today on business,
and visiting his sister. Mrs. J.
By golly, I think you ought
to havo those shoes repaired.
Look at thorn. Then bring
thorn over to Hall, tho Shoe
jiDoctor, Fifth and Main,.
Atllla Norman, vice-president
and general manager, and W. L.
McCulloch, chief engineer of
tho Oregon Power Co., made a
business trip to Blue River on
Tho curent Isbuc of the Uni
versity of Oregon Emerald, a
Y. M. Issue lists Randall Scott
of Springfield as one of 14 stu
dent members of the Volunteer
movement for foreign missions.
W. L. McCulloch, who Is a
member of the Portland Cham
ber of Commerce, has received
an Invitation to attend a Smok
or, given for tho members of
tho Oregon Development Bu
reau of the Chamber on Mon
day ovenlng. February 28.
Rev. and Mrs. M. F. Chllds of
tho Free Methodist church of
West Springfield lenvo tho lat
ter part of tho week for Cot
tage Grove to attend district
quarterly meeting. They will
remain for a , week or more to
nsslBt in revival meetings.
Doesn 9t 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 is no
more than for inferior goods. -
Get the Habit
Colgate's Talcums lDc at
Oct your early garden
booiIb at the Food Store,
Kyanlzo, our nW 'varnish,
all colore, for liiBldo, or out Bide
work. J. C. Jlolbroolc.
Elinor Dover of Tnconin, proB
Idont of the Oregon Power Co.,
wan In Springfield on bunlncBs
If you havo n pair of wlro
stretchers belonging to Beavcr
Iloriidon Hardware Co.,, kindly
return them at once.
A large number of patronB of
the Lincoln Bchool attended tho
WaHhlngton'H birthday program
Tuesday at the Bchool.
Amo Nelson of Springfield
wau one of a largo claBB admit
ted to citizcdBhlp boforo Judge
Skjpworth in Eugcno yesterday.
Tho banks, poBtofTlce and the
city olllces were cloBcd Tues
day on account of Washlng-
I ton's birthday, but otherwise
,buBlncBB went on as usual.
Good reliable fire Insurance.
No assessments: no membership
fee. Pay onco and you arc done.
II. E. Walker at tho City Hall.
Cupid Best Patent Flour
'Sl.flG nor Back or $0.10 bbl.
'Johnson's Host Blend $1.25 per
or $1.75 bbl. Why
more? Buy It at tho Feed Storl. 1
Rev. J. T. Moore circulated
a petition (his morning for tho
nomination of J. M. Dcvors as
candidate for the Republican
nomination for prosecuting at
torney. The paper wob freely
In tho report of Rev. Will N.
Ferris' sermon, printed Monday,
the types made him say "One
thing to bo developed . .,"
when his words werq: "One
thing to bo deplored next to the
world's misunderstanding, mis
representation and rejection of
Christianity, Is the fact that
God's own children compre
hend so little of tho practicabil
ity and Importance of Its doc
trincB." Tho Southern Pacific supply
train, in charge of Assistant
Superintendent Selfcr and "E.J.
Becker, division store keeper,
arrived in Springfield yesterday
aftenoon fom Independence and
after tying up hero for tho
night, loft at (1 o'clock this
morning for Portland over tho
east side lino. There are 14
cars In tho train, which makes
periodic trips over the division,
picking up all waste or discarded
material, and leaving tho nee-
Icessory supplies for tho differ
ent stations and sections.
When Mr. and Mrs. B. A
Washbumo returned to their
home after the Masorlc banquet
Tuesday ovoning, thoy found
some one had been In tho hotiso
leaving tho doors or, en ind the
rooms in a general tumblcdcon
dition. When thov brt tho house
nt 8 o'clock they bolted tho bad
door and locked tho front one.
Mr. and Mrs. Washburn, mado
a thorough search of the housj
but failed to find anything miss
ing and fool that they must
havo been hunting for monoy as
silver and jewelry belonging to
Mrs. Washburne were undis
A now Colgate soap at
You can get a genuine
French Calf work Bhoo at tho
Harness Shop, near 4th on Main
Roy Edmlston of Thurston,
brought in clch tf lrio hoes yes
terday for tho Swarts & Wnflh-
bruuo packing plant,
Plato Patterson arrived from
Pendleton Tuesday and is visit
ing his sisters, Mrs. Res Smith
and Mrs. 0. B. Smith. '
Tho second team, basketball
6f tho Methodist church, will go
to Goshen Saturday night for
a game with the banket toBsers
ChaB. Myers received a tele
gram last Wednesday telling of
tho death of his brother, Lewis
Myers at tho hospital at Battle
Creek, Michigan. It camo as a
great shock as ho had not heard
of any Illness. Ho was sick only
a fow days and passed away
soon after reaching the hospital.
Mr. Myers at tho time of his
death was Assistant Superinten
dent of tho Stearns Lumber Co..
of Ludlngt'on, Mich., and had
been with the company for a
number of years. He was very
well known among the Michigan
people residing In Springfield.
Notice to k Milk Consumers
Commencing March 1st our
retail prices for milk and cream
will bo as follows:
1 gal, or over 25c per gal.
1 to it quarts 13 qts. $1
1 pint U 4c
Whipping cream 20c pt.
Coffee Cream 15c pt.
These prices are made neces
sary owing to the high prices of
feed and the small flow of milk,
duo to tho recent bad weather.
Dated Fobuary 24, 1916.
BROOK FARM DAIRY
By GEO. A. DORRIS.
Bv W. F. CLINE.
Nearly three score members
of the Ancient Free and Accept
ed Masons and their ladles at
tended tho-banquet given Tues
day evening at Stevens hall.
This was the second annual
event of the kind, and set a high
mark for entertainment by tho
Masonic brothers' and sisters.
Cut flowers and potted plants,
and tho national colors in pro
fusion were used in decoration,
and the entertainment com
mittee provided a program o'
excellence. C. E. Swarts acted
as loastmastor, calling on M. C.
Brossler and ev. Winn N. Forrlo
for appropriate responses. Ms.
A. MIddleton and Mrs. S. Young
ench rendered delightful solos,
tho latter in Scotch, and both
f rneiously responded to encore3.
(Mrs. Dr. Kecney Ferris rend a
selection in a highly entertain
ing way. Cards and dancing
;muI social good time followed
the banquet. Those who 0'
tended were: Mr. and Mrs. B.
. Washburne, Mr. and Mrs. W.
L. McCulloch, Mr. and Mrs. C.
E. Whenton, Mr. and MrS. R.
(Young, Mr. and Mrs. S. Jacob
son, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McKltn.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stewart,
lev. and Mrs. Will N. Ferris. At
torney and Mrs. J. R. Bowrr.
I Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Knox, Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Ilolbrook, Mr.
land Mrs. A. D. Ruddlman, Mr.
jpnd Mrs. A. MIddleton, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Maohon, Mi, nnd Mrs.
T . M. Boebe, Mr. and Mrs. Art.
Valller. Mrs. M. M, Pcerv. Mrs.
McGowan, Mrs. R. P. Mortmi
n. Miss Edna Swarts Miss
Anna Rutledfro. Miss Mori""
Terror, Miss Ella Young, C. R
1 Swarts. John Ket"'8. M.
irrssler. Thrman T'f"i. T"""
I Rouse, Mr. Rolfe, W. W. Hill
Mrs. W. L. rcCullocb and
Mrs. W. C. Robhon will ov-
tain the Five Hundred cl'ib'thi-
ovenlng nt the home of Dr. and,
Tho Epworth League will
jhold its regular montniy osi-
nes8 meeting and social at the
church Fridny ovenlng.
i Flection o" nfllcers v bo
principal business to cme b-
iforo tho Methodist. Brotherhood
t thr-'r meotl'ijr Mondav pvon-lir-,
Jt reuU"'! ps fnllo"r
vro-n-""ifV"t. , S. v---pnfQiul
vl','l-"rr,q,(lent, P'. N
r'ninw C'lni vip-'oFideut r"
W. TT. Poll" nl: rO'irth vl"P-'",,''',-'nnt1
R. tt, p,nij-pv. pp.or,pf7vv
p"p'r.o I-anebcv '"ctisup' D P
pRnhV (7wflWi'ey presidp'"t n
Willamette university, will ad-
L Social cfrfates
Savo 1-3 by buying Rexal!
School Tablets at Pccry's.
Miss Iva Cain of Landax waB
In Snrinirfleld Wednesday.
Enlorprtas Rodgers Droo,
will- erect brick, stone or con
Mrs. II. E. Rice was operated j
on nt the Springfield hospital,;
Wednesday and Is doing nicely.
- Get a box of Miller's Shoe
grease, tho best what Is, at the
Mrs. Cora Washburne of Eu
gene moved this week Into the
house at Fifth and G occupied
by tho C. W. Wnlkcr family.
L. M. Bcebc of Springfield
han been appointed bailiff of the
Lane county grand jury, which
resumed its sessions this week.
1 Hugh Sandgathe of the
Springfield garage returned this
morning from Portland, whither
he had gone on a business mat
ter the first of the week.
1 and Mrs. Fred Russell, Mr. anu
I The revival meetings at the ijirs. O. Holverson, Mr. and Mrs.
Free Methodist church In Westjoeorce Ditto. Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
I n t n t t j " n -
epnngueiu came 10 a success-; rjowfir, Mr. and Mrs. v. J. uien-
ful close Sunday evening, un-t denning, Mr. and Mf.-s. P. M.
der the direction of pastor, Rev. Gossler, Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
M. F. Chllds. Rathbun, W. B. McKinney, Orlo
Nettleton, Mrs. Elsie Lambert,
According to the latest report Mrs. Georgia Nettleton, Mrs.
of the Secretary of Agriculture, Ida Morelock, Mrs. karaner,
120 public service corporation,1 Mrs. Emma Olson, Aire. Nellie
out of a total of 1500, claim, to Ragan, Misses Nora Olson Mar-
own or control a total of 3,G&.-.garet Gossler, Jessie and Haw-
uuu undeveloped water norse-
power at present developed and
rscd In public service opera -
! Tstudy of mistletoe on the
w,w,nr. Mor.r.oi nwn jrt
( ,1 ..nt. mi. "uuuimi 1 yii -Dt
eastern Oregon shows mat the . '"" V,1" Vthe class, a solo by Miss Mar-
deterioration of western larch jrison, at wnlch time there wasi JnQtl an(J a selectlon by a
In the more open and exposed an interesting missionary ' pro-ju artet composed of Miss Eth
stands. 'ls due to the mistletoe gram rendered. Refreshments I powers, Miss Marjorie Ifcott
J XI A. At. . X
The members of the R. N. A.
and the AL W. A. cavn a snmrlsp
nhIMi 1 C,cy Tyson. Mrs. A. Allen. Guests
Brotherhood, the third. Monday Grandnm McDevitt, Mrs.
)arty on Tuesday evening, Feb. The Misses Vin and Lulu Mc
28,1910, at the home of Mr. and iPherson entertained the mem
Mrs. T. A. Rathbun; corner of bers of the Emaifbn club at
7th and G streets in bonor of their pleasant home Wednesday
Mrs. Rathbun's birthday. The afternoon. Sewing and conver
invited guests assembled at the sation filled the afternoon hours
home of Mr. and Mrs. O. Horver- and at the business portion of
son, and went in a body to the the session Mrs. I. V. Jackson
Rathbun home. The affair prov- was elected treasurer to slic
ed to bo a surprise all around, ceed Mrs. J. E. Fox, who leaves
It being the twenty-third wed- shortly for Washington. The
ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. guests of the club were Mrs. P.
Phil Gossler, they vrere present- M. McPherson, Mrs. Walter Me
ed with a handsome Axminister Pherson and Mrs. Budd McPher
rug. Mrs. Rathbun was also son. Club members present
presented with a beautiful berry .were Mrs. Silas Gay, Mrs. Percy
set and cake plate. The occa- Tyson. Mrs. W. A. Dill. Mrs. H.
sion was also tbe Ibii'thday of E. Walker, Mrs. E. E. Morrison,
tho two others among the Miss Ethel Conlcy and the
guests, Mr. Ditto and Charlotte Misses McPherson.
Gossler, making quite a combiu-
ation of evpnts. A number of school friends of
The evening was spent in ;Ray Bally gathered at his home
social conversation and games. 'Saturday evening, spending the
At 10 o'clock delicious refresh -
ments were servde, and at a late
lug thoy had had a dellRhtful
Fancy Lemon Cling Peaches the can. . Oc 25c pkgq Borax Aid 19c
Ivory Starch G for 2SC Cabin. Syrup pts 19c
Diamcnd W Baking Powder 2 lbs 25 C LS Cabin Syrup quarts 37 C
Diamond W Jelly Powder 2 pkgs 15c F'ancy Nonvay Mackerel per can 17c
Half lb. Rumford Baking Powder IOC 1 lD can Red Salmon 19c
3 lb. pkge. Gloss Starch
PURPLE TRADING STAMPS GIVEN WITH ALL CASH PURCHASES AND ON AC
COUNTS PAID IN FULL WITHIN 30 DAYS
COX & cox
WILL YOU MISS THE SUNDAY MORNING SERMON?
DOES ANY BODY CARE?
THE EVENING MESSAGE
WILL SURELY INTEREST
"GOD'S FIRST AND STUPENDOUS MIRACLE"
MRS. NELLIE RICHMOND WILL SING
"WAS IT FOR Mr.?"
ALSO MUSIC BY CHORUS CHOIR
ALL ARE INVITED STRANGERS WELCOME
time. Those present were, Mr.
iV""'"""'. "-" - vx
. .1 rivi Tirn inr" t 'irrv
: and Charlotte Gossler, Harry
, uauiuuiiiwiu uaii,u.w.
i The Christ vn Women's
Board of Missions auxiliary met
hi.d W 17 llnr.
lmembes present were Mrs. Mor-
Ison, Mrs. W .13, McKinney, Airs.
!J. Lambert, Mrs. Georgia Net
'tetonl Mrs. J. J. Manwarririg,
Mrs. Francis Steward, Mrs. G.
W. Vallier, Mrs. P. M. Stroud,
IMrs. F. .A McPherson, Mrs. Per-
I'M. J. McKlin, Mrs. J. C. Hol
;brook and Miss Ellen Lambert.
itime with games and in a social!
iway, after which time refresh-
'cuests: Sadie Allen Venia Al-
19c ABStd. Canned
len, Bertie Bruce, Freda Stasea.
txina Eisner, leoia mchickci.,
Beatrice Ilolbrook, Jean F.Gi-cr
Dutee Fiacher, Wauna MuKin-
r . T Till Ti Ml ll-.l, t.H....l.
ney, aiyn niu, mn ivuueiiuuusu,
John Soleim, Glen Woolley,
Floyd Bartlstt, Loyd McKay,
Ray Bally, Joe Bally, Mr. and
Mrs. M. Bally.
. The Traming f0r Sen-ice class
christian church gave a
afc the church Monday
evening for the members of the
f?linrch and friends. Alter tne
review of the first division of
the study book by the class,
there was a musical and liter
ary program, which included 5-
(IlUIlUltS UXIIVO UJf LUC uicuiu'-.o
minute talks by tne memDers 01
Refreshments were serv-
Oliver Morosco announces
a Farewell Tour or the
H ElA R T
J. HARTLEY MANNERS
as "P E G"
and a '
Perfect Morosco Cast
SEATS ON SALE, TUESDAY
FEBRUARY 20th, at 10 A. M,
MAIL ORDERS NOW
PRICES: $1.50, $1.00, .75c, 50c
Frujts 15c to 25c valuesJQc 1
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