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About The Lane County news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1914-1916 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1916)
IF IT'S IN THE DRUG LINE WE HAVE IT
BAY t. PHONE
EASTMAN KODAKS AND SUPPLIES
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: Tales oi tne Town
Coljjnto soap at
IltirnosB hIiop, ,
good at the
TulcuniH 15c nt
Spray In any quantity. J.
For the bost shoes, get
thorn at tho Harness Shop.
Hear the now ISdlson Disc
I'honographM at Poory's.
Good reliable flro Insurance,
No assessments: no membership
fee. J'ay once and you arc done.
II. E, Walker at tho City Hall.
Mazda Lamps. I am now
tho Manufacturer's agent and
havo a Bupply of tho various
iilzos In Block. .7. C. 1IOLI3ROOK
Cupid Host Patent (AH Illue
Btoni, at $l.G0 per Back; $0.20
1)1)1. .IohnBon'B Dost Blend at
$1.20 per sack; $I.B0 per bbl
Wo save you money. Feed
Jamso T. More went to Salem
Even If hairs aro turnlnc grey4
hearts don't cknnnc much after
all. A box of Vojjan' will arouse
many an old time memory.
MODEHN CONFBCTIONERY CO
a...... t it i... n 1 1
'School TnblotH nt Peurv'a.
M. Galvln of Wondllng spent ,, , t
TuuBdav In Siirliwuold Mra- Cnrl Corson, living at
ULB,my m oi'B"01"- ,12lglth and n BtreetB, Is serious-
. . ii 1 t f f
Mrs. union i nuo ib quuo bic k , v cd out of Springfield this morn-
at her homo on oast Main Btreet. ,g by lho Ueparturo of tho flrBt
A now awning has been pine-cldldren's low shoes Juat arrived. Sl &r IK
cd on tho springiieiu Kccu Co. cox & uox.
Btoro. ' '
I John Kcstlcy went to Port-
Look over our lino of now land Tuesday to remain several
Spring coats and waists. COX weeks on buslncBB.
Ask for "Fischer's Dairy
WALL PAPER In Borne very chop." 80 lbs. for $1.00. A
attract Ivo designs just arrived, now feed and It getB results.
J. C. lIOLWtOOK. Springfield Feed and Seed Store.
sion Monday. Four loads of pulp
fed steers sold at 8.10, one load
of grain feds at 8 cents and hay
feds at 7.7G, all prices Indicating
a two bit raise. Cows remain
steady at 0.7G. There was more
of a supply of stuff on the mar
ket than usual, over 1.000 head
this morning to deliver a lecture (bclng counted In.
before the college of Theology A light run of 2400 head came
In that city. Ho was nccompan-!jn over Sunday. Buyers took
led by Mrs. Moore and Miss Mar-, j,old readily and prices soared,
garct Morris. The main feature In the hog div-
ision was that tho bulk of stuff
Ballasting operations on the was of good quality and very few
Wlllamctte-Paclflc were resum- loads went under the 9 cent
mark. Market very strong.
Lambs, or any class of sheep
Williams, trainmaster, got the
crews all out on time.
North Portland, Ore., Mar 14.
Higher prices prevailed all
aro not creating any great fur
ore by the numbers in evidence.
Only one load of feeder lambs
being received. All sheep prices
hold steady to stronger at form
Reports say that electric line
will be built from Salem to Bend
via Mill City and Mlnto Pass.
Roseburc will buy chemical
Kyanl.o, our now varnish,
all colors, for inside, or out stdc
work. J. G. Holbrook.
C. C. Crandall of Junction
City was a business caller In
Jas. and W. L. Mcllarguo of
Brownsville were In Springfield
Wednesday on business.
Mrs. W. II. Pollard went to
Oregon City yesterday, called
thither by tho death of an aunt.
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alone the line In the cnttlo dlvl- fire truck.
If you want the best shoes
for the- money expended, or a
good repanr Job with the best;
leather obtainable, como to Hall
tho Shoo Doctor, nth and Main.
Mrs. L. K. Page, secretary of The members of the Pine ( Thirty members of the Meth
the Springfield Library board, ; Needle Club are requested to ' odlst Brotherhood of Springfield
announces the receipt of half n meet at the home of Mrs. Nina:wpnt to Elurenc Mondav even-
from the Btatc library. These
may bo obtained upon npplica
tion to the librarian, Mrs. Ilan
noon at 2 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Larimer,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. J. Bryan, Mrs.
M. M. Peev and Harold Peery.
J. M. Wells, formerly In busi-; attended the ElKctte party In
Hess in Eugcno, reached Spring-i Eugene last evening. There
Free motion pictures of UiOitho bolora.
.Modern wootimen oi aniuriuu
sanitarium at Colorado Springs
at tho Bell theatre Thursday,
ing to attend the supper of the
Eugene Brotherhood and to
meet Dr. Parkinson, the new
pastor of the Eugene church.
The Pine Needle club were
very pleasantly entertained at
... . . . a , i 1 f IT iTTf X
were 20 tables at waist, at tne nome 01 mm. wimuv
which Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. , Thompson Tuesday afternoon.
Chambers won the honors. Af-.The time was spent with the
ter luncheon, dancing was in-, usual fancy work after which a
dulgfd. ! dainty luncheon was served.
j Club members present were Mrs.
The ladies of the Emotion club A. D. Ruddiman, Mrs. Jas. Lax
cathered at the cosv home of ton. Mrs; Chas. Dority, Mrs. Min-
A flume is being constructed iMrs. A. Valentine, ott 8th and C nie Gerard, Mrs. John Tomse.tlt,-
along the north side of tho mill streets, Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Jesse Smitson, Mrs. Vina
ror a very pleasant tune, me aicl.uuu, wira. uuus. iuwusshu,
members jiresent were: Mrs. J. Mrs. Anie Nelson, Mrs. Mary
E. Edwards, Mrs. Percy Tyson,, Verne Bird, Mrs. Oma N. Horn
Mrs. C. Hayden, Mrs. M. L. ing, Mrs. Al Montgomery, Mrs.
uora i-iinson, Airs. is.atnerm
Horton, Miss Nellie Ragan, Mrs.
Lucina Sylvester. Mrs. Kate
10 feet deep on
Tho Holbrook awning, which
was torn down by tho bhow n' field this morning from his
few weeks ago, was replaced to- , claim near Odoll lake. He and
,lny. Walter Smith of Coburg walked
j across the summit on skis, talc-
. Wes Beeson of Coburg. was toJ"&
in springnem ycateniay on dubi- " ,j r "
hcbs, and was a dinner guest of 1,10 summit.
better, nnd to prevent us going lo , ,IQrt ni,nfJMra ciioo nnv atiq mu Pnn
coal clogs the screens at the old ,ley, Miss Edna Swarts, Mrs
! Intake. This water is used In 'Henry McCullum, Mrs. J. u. 1101
In paints, oils, varnish and
decorets In dainty nnd durable
Mrs. Griflln nnd daughter
brook, Mrs. W .A. Dill, Mrs. A. Brummette, Mrs. Nina McPher
Valentlne, Miss Lu McPherson, son, Miss Mary Roberts. The
Miss Vln McPherson. Mrs. Her-'only guest Little Miss Elizabeth
Emma of Kansas City, who have bert Walker, Mrs. E. E. Morrison, DeMick. The next meeting of
been visiting the past week at: Mrs. Gilbert Davis, Mrs. Harry' the club will be with Mrs. Jesse
tho home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Whitney. Mrs. I. V. Jackson. mirson on mar as.
Browning and Mr. and Mrs. W.
B. McKlnnov left Tuesday even-
Always guiu to snow jug for Muskogo, Okla., wliero
C. HOLBROOK. they will visit their son and
brother L. C. Griflln before re
turning to their home.
Brotherhood and Chicken
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The Commercial State Bank
Postmnstcr Harry Stewart j
this week found a peculiar point
of Springfield, at Springfield in theli State of Oregon, at the
close of business March 7, 1916.
Loans and discounts ?37,C56.89
IJonds and warrants Jt.. t,&ui.4tj
Members are urged to bo pro- and 50 pounds In weight can i " . fl t . J GiGOo.oo
sent and all other men or tne bo accep teu tor inoso poiius roa, catnto owned
city aro oxionueu a wny wui- vmu,- ,BVUb.i..i...j, . , . , t reBorvo banU8)...
come. Brotliernoou caueu at tne hucuiiu buho, ul Whim, uy , nnnrnv,, r080rvo banks ' 17.910.2'
jchcclta nnd othor cash Items Nono .:
'KyplinncoB for clearlncr houso ... ,..... ..Nono
UUOt. -'- rvn linnil ......................................... 3,718.99
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VvnnnflnB .... ..................... ....wNO II G
Pnrklnson recently from
Boston, Mnss., but now pastor! In tho parcel post rates and has , and'n";d'
of tho M. E. church, Eugene, written the department direct nn,i warrants
will speak at Springfield Broth- for a ruling, tho point is wneui-i securities J
G:30. bannuot 7:00.
Dr. Parkinson to follow tho ban
Lecture by reason of round-about routes,)
,take the third-zone rates.
Capital stock paid In
Is to supply our eiistomers with the
best the market affords.
We carry a superb line of staple and
fancy groceries. Everything select
ed witn great care.
One trial will convince you that you
pay no more than for inferior articles
Undivided profits, loss oxpensos and taxes paid
Dlvldonds unpaid .
Duo to banks and bankers
' Postal savings bank deposits .......
Individual deposits subjoct to check,
Demand certificates pf doposlt ......
Cashlor chocks outstanding .
Time nnd savings deposits ......
Notes and bills rodlscountod
IUUb payable for monoy borrowed
Reserved for taxes
Total ViVitov-r $85,778.81
state OF OREGON. County of Lano. ss, V.i-
I. O. h. Kesaoy. cashlor of the above-named bank, do solemnly swoar
that tho abovo statement Is truo to tho best of my unowiougo ami uouui,
' W' r rt T.'Ii'COE'V Pnnlilnr
Subscribed nnd sworn to boforo mo
this 14th day of March, 1910.
F, L. TRAVIS,
O. D. KBSSBY,, Cashlor.
M. M. PEERY,
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Cash reserve , fi 40.0 per cent
Monoy borrowed by oillcors or directors - Nn0
Resources, March 4, 1,)1J1: -:u . . .i HS'IH'Sr
Rcsourcer March 7. 1015' V fX;, $7 2,8 7 7 .2 5
SATURDAY, MARCH, 18th
This day has become a great
annual event and has resulted
in enormous sales of this dc.
licious and healthful fruit.
Quality is now at the best and
price is reasonable. We will
have extra supplies for this day
15c 20c 25c 30c and 35c per doz.
WE SOLICIT YOUR ORDERS
Knox's Sanitary Grocery
Successors to Nice and Miller
1. 0. 0. F. HALL
AY, MARCH 17
..C A S T
JEREMIAH SLACKER, J. E. RICHMOND
A Hen-Pecked Husband
MATILDA SLACKER ALICE KESTER
mrs. Mcdonough, Gladys smith
An Irish Boarding-House Keeper.
CICERO WHITTAKER, LEE CLARK
A Colored Busybody
THOMAS TUBBS VANCE CAGLEY
A Deadbeat, Boarder and Loafer.
THE FREIQHTaHANOLER IS OM)
Too Ybu know r00 KtJ0W ,T juoce;, "
WHAT IT IS.J I WE "ALU KNOW- ITS
STEADY tobacco satUfactlon oil day, every day, from a clta, small
chew. W.B CUT Chcwio-the Itetl Tobtceo Chew. unnt, tknd-Uttt Iiko
yon wmt It to Uile nd lull looter IbM lho ordiotry kiod. At moo mcaleara
h. you berhemlellin ibcirfriend booUi KtalTtiaat OUw. Get pouch.
Mid by WETMAN-BRUTON COMPANY, SO Uaioa Sqcm. Mtw York Oty
) TRADE MARK
ALWAYS KISADV, NKVISIt VA11.S.
Destroys squirrels, gophers, prairie dogs, sage
rats. Apply early In tiprlng when the hun
gry peats awake from Winter's sleep. Money
back tf It ever falls. "Wood -Lark"' ror 28
years has stood every test. It's crop Insur
ance against rodent pests. Manufactured by
Clarke-Woodward Drue Co., FartUn4,AOre
goa. iluy front yxtr detUr,
Springfield Feed Co.
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Cain for Year ffifevi'. .. .S3.S9UJL.dO