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About The Lane County news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1914-1916 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1916)
IF IT'S IN THE DRUG LINE WE
NIGHT fr'YT -JJPfT
EASTMAN KODAKS AND SUPPLIES
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THE BAPTIST CHURCH htpotti noting, ' and oalled.lt
Yesterday morning Ilcv. W. i God's first nnd greatest miracle.
N. Ferris preached from the text ,Thln was written 5000 years ago
"No man cared for my bouI." but la as up to. date as the latest
ffe 'anoko of l.ho materialistic word of otir nrflrnomors. lie
A Jolly evening was spent by jhiislncHS and social session n'tcx-Cricles of the ago which is jmcntioncd the Hindoo myth that
iieilCIOUB tWO COUrse lunctieon uwuy, jii wjiiwi uiu iiu-inu earui iu ujj iv tjiuut uiy-
wns served. The guests ortho'turo of the soul, its Immortality iphant and tho Greek myth that
4 e. C. Martin of Marcola was
l-Tlos of the Town t8;ri'8"wsJy"'iBun.
MIhb Vcma Tngg spent tho
oek-end wjth friends in Cor-
W. P. Wnllier Ib In PorUand
L , v
1--Spray In any quantity. J.
M. L. Wallace of Jasper was
.In Sprlnglleld' on business Just
E. E. Morrison GopimlaHloii
bcympjiny last week received a
A now Illuminated sign has
been put up In front of Eggl-
innn's candy lcltchen.
Kynnlzo, our now varnlHh,
nil colors, for Inside, or out side
work. J. C. Holbrook.
' lJr nOOAOaniniiin M ... t 1. t I .
A new bIru has been painted , " r-""'""' uucremii
on ,the -windows of tho Country fcc- 1 y once nnd you are done.
Market by tho Thomas sign II. E. Walker at tho City Hall,
. , ' . ,,H8 Stroud, who Is teaching
Got your early garden, tho school at Lcaburg, spent
HoollB, onion boIh and. fertilizers Sunday at tho home of her bro
nt tho Feed & Seed Store.' Ev- thcr, Prof. P. M. Stroud,
erythlng In bulk and package.
. - I will be at Mrs. Crouch's
aim. TVS. Heals and children ! Millinery otoro every Thursday
returned homo last evening 'wlpi display of Bnrclcy corsets,
after a llvo months visit with Made to measure, Mrs. Darling,
lier parents, Mr. and MrB. J, D, -
Hoard, at Pasadena, California, j Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lyon mo-
(torcd to HrowiiBVlllo and return
C, Ti. Downing, -who lives Sunday. They report the roads
a short dlBtanco cast of Spring- flue except for a few rough
field, bought a Ford autonlobllo places.
m i. V 'l . r ti t
injjij uju ppriiiguqiu garage on
tho Thursday Flvo Hundred club
at tho homo or Mrs. w. c. ucb
han, Mrs. W. h. McCulloch and
Mrs. Ilcbhan being joint lioot
cbbcb, Tho honors fell to Mra.
U JM. Beobo. Tho cub members
prcBont woro Mr. and MrB. Ih
Stownrt, Mr. and Mrs, J. Stewart
Mr. and Mrs. M. Hally, Mr. and
-Jl . . Mrs. C. Whoaton, Mr. nnd Mrs,
C. E. SwartB, Mr. anu Mrs. a
DoPuo. Mr. and Mrs. M. Pcery
Mr. and Mrs. A. McKJnscey, Dr..
and Mrs. W. C. Kcbhan, Mr. and
Mra. W .L. McCulloch, Mrs. C.
.You can get a genuine
French Calf work shoo at tho
Harness Shop, near 4th On Main
-Get a box of Miller's Shop
grcasjj, the bt tyinfc.oho
Mr. nnd MrB. H. D. Smith for
merly of Corvallis are now' lo
cated at Cth and E street.
Mr. and Mrs. J, E. Fox loft
Sntunjay for Baymond, Wash
ington, whero Mr. Fox has a po
-Good rollabie lire Insurance.
Huh wnrn Mm i c. ATnUnn Mn ,Its God. 1 kenoss and it vital it rests on the Jmiiu or back of
Jas. EvanB, Mrs. I. V. Jackson. Iworth have apparently been dla-;a great giant.
Tho club members present wero regarded. AIbo that our Jlvca fa the earth rests on nothing,
Mrs. Jus. Wlthrow Mrs M. J. have become so commercialized so also doe's character which ho
McKIh'i, Mrs. N. Howard, Mrs. that everything seeniB to be defined thus character is what
V7illnm nntintrion'n Atm .Win : rated In twins of dollara and.God knows you are and always
itotiBo, Mrs. A. P. McKlnzie, Mrs. ! cents and we seem to forget the , will be. It rests on nothing ma
W. Herndon and Mrs. I -D. Lar- souls of our.compani9n8 and the jtcrial or tangible. It is therefore
imer. The next meeting of tho"611111 venues out iniB seeming reai anu eternal, jiepyiauon m
cJub will be at the home of Mrs. ls not real; It Ib only oh the BUr-1 what yon tor a iim deceive
W. Herndon. F and 7th streets, tcc. Beneath, the love for your neighbors into thinking
on March 10 bouis ana ror subiimo and etcr- you are, anu is uepenaeni. on
. 4. . 4. 4. nni inings aim lives anu bucks ,weaiin anu Butmi jiubiuuii unu
Mrs. D. W. Roof entertained i for utterance. multitude of other things and
the Gleaners at their regular! He cautioned ail men every- bo is very temporal.
meeting Thursday afternoon i where against acting so that no I Likewise the Christian church
February 24. Election of bflicers ne will dare to speak to them has us visible and material basis,
for the coming year occurred on religious subjects. The but like its autnor is not aepen-
dild a general good time was;irouuie wun inose wno are ueni on niacipai.iiiiiifcH.
enjoyed by all. Those present 'down anu out is mat tney nave . warneu an, iqv w mne
were: MfiHdamcH Walker Stites. I the feeling that no man cares ,wth the character of others,;f or
:MIbelm, Herndon, Stevens, Par- labout them. yetribuUve justice is unseen and
sons, Jjonaidson, uore, Kgei- 1,1 luc cmue w. jubiuiku uu iiiiiH i"'tu .c
man. Knot. Bowman. The next : fr0m Job. "He hangethlhe catth ward It off.
.meeting will be at the home of
Fischer, Miss Edna S warts. The
iguests of tho evening were Mr.
and Mrs. A. Herrick, Mr. and
Mra. L. M. Beebe, J. Ke'tels, J,
Bputiu, (Bayfield, Wis.,) Mr.
and Mrs. A. G. Knapp. Tlio
hoBteBBQB erved a dainty lun
cheon at the cloBe of the even
ings pastime. The club will
hold Its next regular meeting at
tlio homo of Mr. and Mrs. A.
McKlnzoy, Thursday, March I).
The rccular mcetlne of tho .March 9th. 'O'clock, is as XoIIowb:
Prescllla club was hold Friday r Hymp, "Coifle Thou Fount,'
afternoon at tho home of Mrs. I The program given at theiWyeth.
I .D. Larimer. After the usual Baptist church, Eugene, Wed-
,'MiiB. D. Gore on North 7th St. on nesday evening, March 1, at S Ilymn, "Jesus Saves," Mm-
n r 1 n . 1 1 . . . , 1 1 i I 1 -
The program l .given io.Vcrr-
' 'r it.. . L: U .l
benefit of the choir, fund.
Fern Sldwell Is nursing a very E. E. Morrison Commh3lon Frank Fassett
sore arm. . tympany have purchased the I Reading, "The Lie," Townell,
original uxtures 01 me i'ir8t.iNa-ifiijtii youn
' m l 1 rr 1 .
Piano Duct, "In Festal Array," ;an aumisipn 01 o ana tiuqegiH
lEnclemann. Faun j?assett,iwi w vuubcu.
'PEG O' MY HEART."
Florence Martin, who is con-
Glen Ditto spent Sunday witn uonai uanK and are Having tnem ; SonR "There is a land mine sidered by tlieatr-goers to oe
friends in Coburg. . placed in their office on Mainjeve i.fVj, scen . crowlneshleld, I the best Peg that ever essayed
between Gth and 7th streets. 5 , "Si. Tit, S? the title rdle In "Peg 0' My
Supt. It. L. Kirk returned
from Salem Sunday evening,
having been called there to at-
Vnnil cinln "Mnm " Aflnms WOr, lis creator, is to ucau
at t n Kfmiom? '.the Boston Company that will
Mrs. J. B .Uicnmond. 1 ,. r. 1 nan-,na t
n,r,Q,r Olinnia "Rnhom !n man.ua na imoi dti...v.y
rhc I layse boys of Harris
burg spent Sunday In Spring
E.JD. Morrison shipped a car n. """" , Eugene Thcatie Wednesday
binlfon 7 t0 Graml iUnS Wo eVecutU com- U1Sanr Solo. Vaise "Entrain- MaJch 1st. Her wonderful ito
Mount, Was .Ulngton. m ch nad a umber of anyWabc7'Ritah8'cott. fSffSS cleared hTAo 52?
Bert Rose of Crawfordsville SSSStSSSi thSKSli?
is moving his family into tho , , . . "lore' Wilfred Cook, Llewel yn and her visIt here will be most
house on 3rd and C streets. The local camp of Modern Evans, Edward Nunn, Ramey n e, for I ti sd oub tful-if
0 Woodmen has secured the Bell Rugh. ? 1 h
ir i,v n nir nf wiw theatre for the night of March Bariton Solo. "Ave Marie." JtZL?leJ,f PpU
stretchers belonging to Beaver- and 1,1 addition to the rcg- Bach, Gounod, Frank N. McAl
Hilar ulctures will show films of ister.
roltim them at once ltlle M. W. A. tuberculosis sani-j lleading, "The Cremation of
lar in this city as "Peg.'
Two carloads of rails for tlm
FischerfBoutln Lbr. Co.. wero.In iinatlam
A. H. Brpwn, manager of tho tlio local yards yesterday, and
Portland branch, handling tho:were taken to Bally by this
Studcbnkr cars, -was 'In Spring- morning's freight,
field Snturday viBlflng the local t ?
agency, tlp Bpr'ingl0Ul garage. ! Construction of a vault for
Ho drovo down In five hours and records at tho Oregon Powcjr
a.hair ih n.-nqw scries 17; Stude- company's new onico hero, will
baker Six. begin tills week. The vault will
Lewis McBee, who lives east
of Springfield, Is sufloring witli
tin ulluuk vi 111x.1uu1u1.uxy 1 XXwU
itarium at Colorado Springs. J. Sam McGce," fiarvis, Charles L.I Chickens must be kept up.
Vt. Simmons of Portland, de- Drake. Garden and flower time. This
puty head consul rof the qrder, I Baritone Solo, "The Two ordinance must Jje. enforced. 1
Y411 lecture. The whole pro-.Grenadiers," Schumann, Albert' J. E. JED WARDS,
gram will be free. 1 rcilfofto. " 9-10 . Marshal.
John Vaughn of Jasper was
In Springfield Friday on his waj
to Eugene to colect the bount)
on a number of wildcats he hat
C. L. Gano moved his reatau- f
bo placed In one corner of the rant equipment today from thqlj
Fry-Rankln building to
Smltson building across
Mrs. Dorothy Seymour of For-
4 The Pooth-KeMy pile driver transformer room at the sub
was brought hack from Coburg station.
Saturday and Ib now being as-1
Bcmbled nronaratorv to rcsum- Miss Marrnret Morris, admin.
inir work on the tlmher crane. iBtratrlx of tho estate of tho lain !
Workmen have been at work James Ebbert, has sold 21 shares est Grove, State Organizer of
for Bcvoril days bolting tho or stock In tho First National tne 1 w- - Sisteriiood, after
tlmbcra Into large frame, which Bank to C. E. Brnttaln, E. k. , Inspection of Chapter H. Eu
wlll be hoisted Into place with Brnttaln, Mrs. Molllo B. Scott,! Bene, was a guest Wednesday
tho pllodrlvcr crane. .and Chas. L. Scott. inlght at the homo of Mra. R. L.
Rev. W. N. Ferris of tho Bap-1 Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Edwards,
tlBt church will be nhsent from dnnghter Emma, son Frank. Announcement was made to
tho city a few days, having left and Normond Perln. all of Eu- the congregation of the Baptist
on early train Monday A. M. for geno spent yesterday at the church Sunday night that on
Pprtlnnd where Mrs. Dr. Kocney homo of tho former's sm, J. E. tho following Lord's day Rev.
Ferris, who during tho later part Edwards. They enjoyed a sum- -s. W. Ford, of Eugene, wquld
of last week was called profes- ptous birthday dinner in honor o present to report the Lay
slonnlv to The Dalles, will loin of tho annivorsnry of J. E. man's Missionary conference ro
ller husband nnd proceed to Mc- "Edwards. cently held in Portland, tho I
Mlnnvillc. Ore. to bo In attend- greatest convention of its kind ,
aneo at the rolcbratlon of the The last of tl' Oregon Hon ever held on the coast. A regis-
tcnth nimiV'J sary of Leonard Growers' association hops that tratlon of some thing over 2,000 1
W. Riley, D. D., as president of were stored in tho Morrison delegates. Don't miss hearing '
tho McMlnnvlllo collcgo, Feb. 20, wnrehouso here, were shipped tins, bunday morning, March 5.
and March 1st. On tho program out Thursdny of last week, mak-j
appear many of tho leading cdu- lug a shipment of flvo carloads J Flour
cators of tho coast. Rev. and There are yet 1G0 bales, still in Cupid Best Patent (All Blue
Mrs. Ferris expect to return for growers' hands, stored in tho stem, at .fl.GO per sack; $0.20
mld-wcok prayer Bcrvlco. warehouse hero. bbl. Johnson's Best Blend at
.i.3u per sacu; $4.50 per bbj
you money. Feed
Made in Sorin afield I
Patronize the Payroll of Your Home Town
House of Quality I
Fine Line of Box Goods, Fresh
Made, Put up to Your Order.
Hot Drinks, lco Croam and Soda
Eggimann's Candy Kitchen
You know I am
well lilted by all
by Walt Mason
When'the'day's work's done, and the good old sun j
has sunk; in the well known Wsstt then I stretch rayi
form by; Ue firepide wrrjn, I sit at my ease.and rest. :
Than I take my pipe which is mildly ripe, as the pipes '
of good smokers are, With a chortling soul then 1 fill
'its bowl from my glass Tuxedo jar. And I smoke at
ease, and my trouble iiees to
the place where dead troubles
go; and my worries seem, in
my waking dream no longer to
have a show. And I say, "In
deed, K's a noble weed that
drives all the ghosts away, and
clumps the lid on the cares
that skid around through the
busy day. The wprries anp!
woes and such things as those
in iic daytirne Jave their scar, but there's rest at
night, and a calm delight in my ,
glaWpjar.'' " erWli1
, we save
j Neighbors of the Woodman of
Don't fall to be out at tho
irtamp meeting tomorrow, qv.en
' Ing. This will be,entertainment
Intent and t"he committee has
"(told us Just a few thlnpj that
'nri. in lin rmllnrl off. riRmn nt
Uein are thpse: Pillow fighti
ireq lor an; wrestling nmtciij
squaw wrnstle and ' other"
amusements, also Initiation. So
you. bo sure and attend.
HERBERT E. WALKER.
Springfield Bakery i
Bread, Pic3, Cakes, Coolcies, etc.
Wedding and Party Cakes a
S. Young, - Proprietor
Hard Wheat Patent
Try me. Get ar
nuainted. You will
like me. cBst value
for your monev of
any flour in Spring-field.
We can. give you more for your money
In Hour and feed of all kinds than any
other place in town.
SPRINGFIELD FLOUR MILLS
Springfield Planing Mill
SASH. DOORS. MOULDINGS, BRACKETS,
TURNING. STAIR BUILDINGG.
Extension Tables. Drop Leaf Tables, BBreak
fast Tables, Kitchen Cabinets, Cupboards,
Safes, Stop Ladders, Fruit Boxes
Berry Crates, Folding Clothes Hacks.
,Notico to Milk Consumers .
Commencing March 1st our
rof nil prices for milk and cream
'U1 bo as follows:
1 gal. or over 25c per gnL
1 1.0 3 quarts 13 qts. $1
1 pint , . , , ,4c
prfl1m OA,, nt
Cooc Cronm . 15" pt. I
These prices oro mdo ncT.s
snrv owmn:-to. tho hlrh prkef n";
feed and the small (nw or vlk, '
duo to the recent Ijad Awithcr.
For light, heat and power.
"Made ,ip Springfield,"
Oregon dPower Go
SPENDS ITS'MONEY AT HOME : : Water oPf SbPe uOji f
Dat9ji lreuiiary, 24,1,310.
Wi 7 A. Vr
Tho Lano County News divided' its
expenditures last year, thus:
Supplies bought outside of Spring
field, Including paper and new
machinery ..",..Y.. ....20,4 p. c.
Supplies bought in Springfield. In-
' eluding rent, etc 19.1 p. c.
Payroll, entirely In Springfield...... 60..5 p. c.
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