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About The Lane County news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1914-1916 | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1916)
THE DRUG LINE WE HAVE IT,
IF IT'S IN
EASTMAN KODAKS AND SUPPLIES
: Tales of the Town J
Colgato'a Talounm 15c at
Spray In any quantity. J.
IS. 13. Morrison Hpont Wednes
day at Coburg on potato bUBl
UOBS. Mrs. Al. Montgomery, of tho
Springfield hotel, Ib suffering
from an attack of rhoumatlflm.
Gooil reliable Hro liiHuranee.
No assessments j no membership
fee. Pay onco and you are done.
II. IS. Walker at tho City Hall.
Tho Dooth-Kolly company
bun laid a now sidewalk from
Uh mill office northward to the
railroad tracks opposlto tho S.
Moij'h work and dross bIioob
at popular prices. Boy's Bchool
BhocB, tho best for tho money,
and good repairing with tho hcBt
leather. Hall, tho Shoo Doctor,
nth and Main.
Mr. and MrB. Bruce ISvnns
wore in Snrlnuftcld yesterday
vifiltlng with friends.' "Evans wa8
in Springllold a year and a half i
meetings, which wore very suc-
Tho school board at Its regu
lar monthly meeting Monday
evening placed $1200 iiiHuranco
on the old high school building,
dlvldlntr the amount between
tho Connecticut and tho Nor
thern Assurance companies. Tho !
board also dirocted th clerk to.
Ibbuo n call for approximately !
$1000 of Bchool warrants. I
D. A. Holland came down
from Wondllng the first of the!
week to rccuporato from pain-,
ful injuries sustained Saturday ;
when a truck load of lupiber fell ,
on him, hurting his back and
bruising his right knoe. Six.
weeks ago ho received a sprain
In his hips that laid him up for ;
a month. 1
A party of prominent Domo-:
crats of tho state, headed by M. j
A. Miller, collector of intrnal
rovonuo, waited upon Welby
Stevens early this week, and
asked him to bo a candidate for
delegate to tho national demo
cratic convention, which Is to
moot in St. Louis June 7. Mr.
Stovens Is giving tho matter ser
ious consideration, but has not
yet given his answer. Four dol
cgats aro to bo elected from tho
cgates aro to be elected from the
and four at largo. There aro
now throe men In tho field for
tho nominations at largo, and
Mr. Stvoim is tho only one south
of Portland, who has been mentioned.
For tho bust shoes, got
them at the Harness Shop.
Hear tho now Edison Disc
Phonographs at Pcory's.
Big shipment of ladles and
children's low shoes Just arrived.
COX & COX.
Mrs. Uhl, corsetlcrro, will
bo at Mrs. Crouch's .ihilllnery
storo Tuesday, April 11.
Wo aro cloBlng out our stock
Implements at cost. M. C.
HrcBsler & Son.
Mrs. A. W. Woolcy and baby
will bo able to leave tho Spring
field hospital Saturday for their
homo at Wondllng.
In paints, oils, varnish ami
decprotu In dainty and durable
colors. Always glad to show
gods. J. C. HOLimOOK.
T. ,1. McCracken has tho now
bungalow ho is building at C
and Seventh streets, enclosed,
and is getting ready for tho
A shed to house tho sweeper
used in cleaning the B.-K. mill
docks, has been constructd on
tho IrotaM driveway just west
of th office.
Excavation for the foundation
of the new Methodist church
was completed today, and tho
forms aro being placOd for
tho foundation walls.
A carload of heavy timbers, is
being huuled from Willlan's mill
on til McKonzie, this side of
Waltcrvillo and will be loaded
on tho cars here. Five or six of
th big sticks, which aro 8 x Hi,
are brought at a load.
Tho girls of the High school
Tennis club will play scries of
tonnis games, the winner receiv
ing a four dollar racket which is
on dlsplny at M. M. Pecry's drug
storo window. Tho boys of tho
high school expect to have a
o t a
J. H. Bower and E. O. Palmer
had a fine Holstein bull shipped
In on Tuesday from Scappoose,
Ore. At 13 months old ho
weighs ovor 700 lbs. Ho has
female ancestors on both sides
which gave ovor 30 lbs of butter
fat in one week. This makes a
herd of 0 registered Ilolstcins
they own on Palmer's Ranch
At a meeting Monday night of
the Meteor Tennis Club which
have their courts at fith and C
streots, elected officers for the
ensuing year as follows: Roy
Cairns, Pres., Fonner Travis,
Vice-Pros., Clinton Conley, Sec
Treas. Tho following now mem
bers wcro admitted, Mark
Young, Peto Chase, Ivan McKln
noy, Rox Putnam, Clarence Hill,
Tho club is having its courts fix
ed up and contemplate holding a
tournament for tho city cham
nionshii) in the near future.
A now Colgate soap at
Llmo and Sulphur liquid
spray at M. C. BrcBBler & Son's.
E, E. Morrison shipped a car
of seed potatoes Monday to
North Yakima, Washington.
Wo aro closing out our
stock of Implements at cost. M.
C. URESSLER & SON.
City Marshal Edwards replac
ed the plank docking of the
bridge across the mill race on
Mill street today.
Atty. J. C. Mullen (returned
Tuesday evening from Browns
ville wheer he had been for
several days on business.
Mnzda Lamps. I am now
the Manufacturer' agent and
have a supply of tho various
sizes in stock. J. C. IIOLBROOK
Bon Hammltt Ib having an
electric starter Installed in his
Ford car. The work is being
idone by the Springfield garage.
; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gross of
(Eugene will give a dance at the
Stevens hall Monday evening,
i There will be a four-piece or
My dental office has been
'removed to tho second floor of
jtho Sutton, building, Fifth and
.Main. Phono 20-.T.
DR. N. W. EMERY.
! Mrs. Mae Abeene, wife of Joe
'Abccne, died at midnight last
night at her home at London,
south of Cottage Grove. Her
'alstcrs-ln-law, Mrs. Jess Scavey,
.and Mrs. Ronald Roberts, to
gether with Mr. Seavcy, went to
j Cottage Grove this morning.
J Tom Abeene of Springfield and
(Will Abeene of Wendling are al
. brothers. She leaves six small
children, besides tho other relatives.
Business Is good at tho
Save 1-3 by buvintr Rexal)
School Tablets at Pcory's.
WALL PAPER In some very
attractive designs Just arrived.
J. C. IIOLBROOK.
Look over our line of new
Spring coats and waists. COX
Kyanlzc, our now varnish,'
all colors, for Inside, or out side
work. J. C. llolbrook.
Mr. and Mrs. Massoy arrived
from Portland last evening and
aro registered at the Spring
D. II. Kopp.of the City Laun
dry, went to Wendling, Mabel,
land Marcola today In the inter
est of his firm.
. . .
I Mrs. S. A. McCord of Wal
jterville was in Springfield Tues
,dn.y to meet her granddaughter
...1.; t" I t
wuu jo ruining iiuiii QiJUftuiiu.
Mrs. Sidney French of Wend
ling will return home today, af
ter having received treatment at
the Springfield hospital for tho
Ladles Aid of the Baptist
church will hold a foreign apron
sale and afternoon silver tea,
and Boston Brown supper, 15c,
on Wednesday April 19, in the
R, M. Baker, conductor on the
Nos. 1 and 2, was taken ill last
evening, and was not able to
take the run this morning.
White Tennis shoes, work
shoes, Dress shocs,and Boy's
school shoes., Shoe repairing,
electric shoe repair shop. 5th
and Main street. W. A. Hall, the
Dick Burton Insists a Saving of
$10,000.00 Can be Made .
When I announced myself as
a candidate for the nomination
for County Assessor I did so up
on a basis of pure business, stat
ing therein that I could and
would if elected, save tho tax
payers the sum of $10,000.00
during the next term.
Up to this time I have not
questioned the integrity of my
opponent, although the words
"malicious designs," "deception"
and other expressions have been
used by him in an effort to be
little my stntmonts, to create
sympathy and to evade the ques
tion at issue.
But now Mr. Taxpayer let us
analyze Mr. Keeney's last pub
lished statement and inquire
WHY he thinks it necessary to
imply, that a man with S or 10
years experience as Mr. Parker
has had, is not able t' estimate
the coBt of any particular depart
ment of his office.
WHY docs ho intimate in such
plausible language that someone
has prevaricated, when ho de
clares that the statment 1 pub
lished was not an authorized
one, thereby leaving the impres
sion that, it was never made?
WHY does ho try to lead his
i jaders, tho taxpayers and voters
to believe that his "new system"
of writing tho assessment rolls
was referred to, when ho uses a
quotation from Mr. Parker's let
tr. which quotation had refer
ence to the ilicthod of Writing
tho Tax Statement and to the
Collection of the taxes, and not
in any sense to Mr. Keeney's part
in the work?
! WHY does he try to lead you
to believe that I have made en
'attack upon him personally,
when I state that I can by using
a different method, and by elim
inating a head deputy at $1,200
per year, save the taxpayers a
specified amount within a spec
A bid for sympathy my fellow
taxpayers does not assure us of
a real saving in our taxes.
When tho tax collector made
the statement he did, it was done
sincerely, and before there was
an avowed candidate for this
.office, and was discussed in
many parts of Lane county.
' The Facts are that the system
now in use is an expensive one,
and there is absolutly no doubt
that the amount I claim can be
saved the taxpayers, and in the
Stay on the job myself, and
ollminate tho useless expendi
ture f $1,200 per year for a head
I So write the tax rolls that a
saving of $2,000 can be made an
Save at least $10,000 during
the next term of office if nomin
'ated and elected.
Pd. Adv, D. P .BURTON.
Good Evaporated Peaches, 4 lbs.
Ginger Snaps, per lb. - -25
cent package sodr crackers
1 Matches 7 boxes for
All Coffees jc lb. Less
EORSATURDAY ONLY, we will sell any coffee in
the store 5 cents LESS less than the regular price.
Knox's Sanitary Grocery
Successor to Nice and Miller Phone 9
HENRY MATHEWS. Auctioneer
O. B. KESSEY, Clerk
Is to supply our customers 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
A comedy in throe acts and. a
! prologue, characters according
-Prin. of II, S.
Mame ' Hen soil, a
Bessie Tapping- a
Mary, Housemaid Ester
Prof.' Wright, Prof, of Science
Mrs. Bettie Smithers, Mop
.Tunior. woman Ruth Parsons.
i Mrs. Martha Grindem, Prin.
Junior, wife May Tripplett.
i Mrs. Morton, Mrs. Grindem's
Millicent Cnmeron Sec. of motner Anna uiuwen.
Junior class, Bemlce Cagloy. Frank Sawyer, Pres.
Oalliger Gurdy a special, 1 class Norton Pengra.
WHferd Cook. Guests.
Prolopruo After school at the
"Rafton High," ono week before
Junior reception. "Well, then
ask Galliger. Ho's worth any
Act. I. Tho llbravy of Grind
em Home, ten o'clock, morning
Home three o'clock
afternoon of great day.
"Tho front steps have been
scrubbed twice and I have order
ed tho furnace painted green."
Act III, Tho parlor of Grind
em Home, half past seven o'
clock ovenlng of th samo day.
Thoy're coming! 'ino wnoio
of the great day.
T.nv nn .MnrvlnfP. nnd nonfus-
inn Hiriit nn him who savH 1'vo 'bunch! Fix your faces'."
D. H. JAYNE,
Every Article Will Be Scld Regardless of Price.
THE- SPORTSMAN CIVES THE COOP JUO&E A POINTER.)
( YOU SAY YOU NEED
AMMUNITION, WHY YOUf
BELT IS FLUX
YOU DONT CATCH ON
NOBODY wants to carry a bitf, bulgy wad ol tobacco in his cheek.
W-B CUT Chewing the Real Tobacco Chew, new cut, hnfshrtd
is different. A small chew satisfies you. You don't have to spit so
much and you don't need to grind on it.
Gt pouch froo your lcIcr tot five it quality tetttbea yaull know. "
"Notice how the ult tninss out the rich tobacco tarts."
HJe ly WEYMAN-BRUTON COMPANY, SO Union Sqoare, New York Gy
TUESDAY, APRIL 1 Uh
Commencing at 10 O'clock a. m.
I Will Sell at Public Auction at My Residence on Mill St.
Between H and i, in Springfield, Oregon, the Following
Described Property, viz:
One Bay Driving Mare, G years old, broke to drive in ev
ery way, weight about 1050 lbs. One Gelding, coming
three years rid brke to drive, weight about 1050 lb.
. FARM MACHINERY
One Webber Wagon, nearly nwe; one two-secfion Harrow,1
one .set of Wagon Shaits. one set Light Double Harness,,
One Single Harness, one Single Buggy, two" Vinegar bar-'
rels, 10 and 20 gallons. ,
Two cook stoves, one Range in first class condition, one
small Cook Stove, one Dining, Table, one Center Table,
One set Steel Srpings and Alatress, one Rocking Chair,
four Kitchen Chairs, one "Wonder" Washing Machine in.
good condition, ohe Standard Sweingr Machine in good
condition, one Dresser, gcod as new, 19 window glass, size
10 by 12 in., one Wash Tub, one Wringer, four dozen Fruit
ars. one Spring Sanitary Couch and Matress, one Baby
Bed, one Mail Box, All kinds of garden seed in bulk, one
cross cut saw and other articles too numerous to mention
TERMS OF SALE All sums of ten dollars or under,
cash; on all sums over ten dollars, four months time
will be given on approved security, and bearing interest at
tho rate of 8 per cent from date. No property to be re
moved from premises until fully settled for.
ALWAYS UKADV, N1SVCH KAILS. '
Destroys Bqutrrrla, gophera, 'prairie do?a, sago
rata. AddIv early In cJprluc when the hun-
rry peats awaue irom winter a Bleep, .money.'
ack If It ever falls. "Wood - Lark" for 2fi
years has stood every test. It's crop insur
ance against rodent pests. Manufactured. .by
Clarke-Woodward Drug Co.. Jrrtlau4. .Ore
gon. Buy free yir eJr, ,
done enough." j Miss Rhodes, Director.
Act. 11. Kitchen of Grindem i Special music.
BELL THEATRE, - FRIDAY
Springfield Feed Co.