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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1916)
EASTMAN KODAKS AND SUPPLIES
I Tales of the Town
4 4. 4. 4, .f .f
llnmiitockn at IIOMIItOOKB'S.
Many HprlnKflald peoplo attended
ItobliiHoii'H circuit at L'ukoiio yesterday.
Junt rocolvod n line of hummocks nt
M. C. IlroRBlor & Bon'n.
Mrs. Fred Rresnlor und llttlu nephew
biiw tlio clrctiH In Huiieno yesterday,
IJIcctrla iihoo repairing at tlio liar
Dr. J. K. lllclimond left Tuesday for
RasehurK, whoro ho In attending tlio
Grand lodgo convuntlon thin wuuk.
Wo uro closing out our ontlro line of
huggles at cost. M. 0. RroBsIor & Son. I
Mrs. K. 0. JarvlH and llttlo.dnughtor
aro visiting Mm. Jnrvto' mother, Mm.
Tlio A. I. JohiiHon family moved
Tuesday from a street to North Mill.
Kvorylmdy drinks milk Bhaken at tlio
I'nluco of Hweots. ,
Mrs. Paul Van Scoy from Camp
Crepk wan In Springfield yesterday.
Good reliable flro Insurance. No as
BCBRmontH; no momborBlilp fee. Pay
onco and you aro dono. 11. E. Walker
ut tho City Hull.
J. J.IIrownliiK who RURtalncd a pain
ful Injury In a wrestle with IiIh atto,
ten days ago Ib still Buffering from Its
effects and will In all probability, carry
IiIb ami In n sling for ninny iny yet.
Ilnll tho 8hoo Doctor for Itock Bot
tom I'rlceB on repairing and now shoes.
Fifth and Main streets.
Mrs. John Harris and children are
at Mrs. Morelock'H boarding house.
They aro moving from Landax to Noll.
Tho family will remain hero until Mr.
HarrlH bus a homo ready for them.
Uoth cedar and O-ccdar oil and
mops." J, C. HOLDROQK.
Miss Mao Armstrong of Cottage
Orovo Bpent tho week end with her
grandmother, Mrs.' J. Richardson,
Tom Theobofla was brought down
from Wendllng TuoBday and taken to
tho Eugene hospital for medical treat
ment. A complete lino of enmpor's supplies
nt M. C. llreBslor & bon s.
C. W. Iidd and M. Andross of Port-!'
land, stonned last nlghfat tho auto
J camp grounds. Mr. Ladd and Mr.
i Andross plan to return to Eugene about
fttho mlddlo of next month, to nttond tho
old soldiers' reunion.
Pnlt-nn'M Tnlpums IKo nt Poorv'a
Tho Ladles Aid of tho Methodist
church spent a part of Wednesday af
A new Colgate soap nt Poery'B.
Tho next Job of Shoo ropnlrlng you
Ohavo lot Miller do it at tho Harness
J. T. Eads of Medford la horo nt
tending tho Frco Methodist confer
J Wo aro agents for Uutlcrlck pot
terns. Como in nnd look ovor tho hit-
est fashions. COX & COX.
( Mrs. R. 0. Van Valzalr will ontortnln
V tho Missos Tngg, Rutledgo, Palmer,
jviiuwud, iiuui;io twin ii.tiiiiiii.il
II 1 I nil nil .i n n .1 Mniln t mil nrfnlll
Tho Pino Neodlo club will spend tho
day with Mrs. Horton next Tuesday.
A completes lino of dninty wait dc
corotH, paints, floor pnlutB anl vnrnltili.
J. C. HOLimoOIC
Mrs. Llda Mulligan nnd Allen Roth
well wero Initiated Into the Robekah
lodge Monday night.
Oregon Casslmoro buUb, ovory
thread wool and gnornnteod fuHt
colora. COX & COX.
Tom Ooddnrd und family and Frank
Qoddard loft thtu morning for Washington,
Why not savo and deposit hi our Savings Department
ono-twolftli of your total taxes each month? By so dls
trlhutlng tlio tax hurden over tho entire year, it will not
seem so heavy,
4 per cent on savings.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, EUGENE, OREGON.
LINE WE HAVE IT
Wo havo plenty of first class hay for
nnlo. Everything In Flour, Feed, Boodn
und Stock Hupplles. HI'IHNQFIICIiD
Our bIiocb aro tho best for tho
money. WOLF & MILLER.
MIbb Wllma Wlilto Is nt Cottngo
Orovo for an extended visit.
Wall paper, soma now and latest de
signs just In. J. C. HOLDHOOIC
W. J. Wlilto nnd daughter Marlon
loft tttls morning for Ooldt'ridalo,
Wanb. They will spend a faw days
In Portland, and then motor on via
Hoar tho now Edison Disc Phono
graphs at Pcory's.
aHlWw".. 1 1 If r . S .BL1 JaW H
Tho annual roso bIiow which vanMcK""'
announced lo bo hold today at tho Eu-; T,, .,. ,niMr nf ,i, Kmnn.
gene Chamber of Commerce lins been
postponed on account of tho recent
Wo havo Junt luatnlled nn eloctrlc
Hhoo solo Htltchor and finisher. Sowed
solcn sumo price an nailed. WOLF &
Mra. A. J. Armstrong and her sister,
Mrs. McFarland of Cottage Orovo wcro
hero over night with Mrs. J. Rich
ardson. They wero on tholr way to
Portland und Tho Dalles for nn ex
Carol Morrison, who has recently
started in tho wholcsalo commission
business, Bb'nped his first chickens to
tho Portland market,
Thoro wore flvo
Hall tho Shoo Doctor for Rock Bot
tom Prices on repairing and new shoes.
Fifth nnd Main streets.
Tho Central Coyotes wero victors
over tho Walton Wild CatB Sunday,
tho Bcoro bolng 1C 'to 11. , Tho two
teams will clash again Sunday at Cen
tral. Jasper defeated the Fall Creek base
ball nine nt Jasper last Sunday after-
noon by tho score pf 8 to C. Hills
and Jones composed tho battery for
tho winning team, while Hills and
Olboon were the Fall Creek defenders.
A largo crowd attended the game.
Save 1-3 by buying Rexall School
Tablets at Peery's.
Tho Southern Pacific supply train
was in tho Springfield yards Tuesday
afternoon nnd loft supplies for the lo-
cal depot nn,i for dirfcrent Btatlons up
,i,0 Mohawk. Tho train comos hero
Sacramento and furnishes tho
nroau crews i evurytu.uB iro...
railroad spikes to handcars.
Mrs. F. O. Russell
Irene of Chowela, Wash., spent Tues-1
day and Wednesday with Miss Mary
Roberts. Thoy left Wodncsdny after-
non for Marcola, whero they will visit I
with Mrs. HusruH'b mother, Mrs. F.
A. Nlckorson. Thoy , woro nccompan-1
lied by Mr. Jules TJemlck and ""lo
Ethel Baker, daughter of I. W. Uak-,
er of Stewnrt'a Addition, who came
home about a month ago on account
of tho lllncsfl of her mother, returned
to Portland Tuesday ovening,
Mr. and Mrs. Ransom Miliar and
family and Mrs. C. Soronson and her
daughter Nora, drovo to Harrlsburg
and Junction City Sunday. Mrs. Sor
oiiBon visited her brothor, N. P. Jon
sen, while In Harrlsburg. Mr. Jensen
hns recently undorgono nn oporntlon,
nnd In now Improving, although ho Is
still In tho hospital.
Wijuloos, $1.40 cwt.
Valloy Flour, $1.10 sack.
Patent Flour, $l.r0.
Dairy Chop, ?L00.
Othor RiipplloH at low prices. Uuy
whero your money goes further. Ask
for your cash recolptB. Thoy uro good
for 3 per cent. At tho Feed Store.
County Superintendent of Schools
H. J. Monro hiw announced that Edyth
Holcoinh' und Jean Fischer of Spring
Held have successfully passed tho
eighth grndo oxnminntlonB.
Glonn Andoraon brought four crates
of chickens to town Tuesday to ship
to the Portland market.
at man school
Fit I DAY, MAY 20
Two-Act Comedy -One Big Laugh
"MY COUSIN TIMMY"
Music and Headings
Deneflt of Annual.
5c - 10c
Mr. and Mrs. 8. Jacobson returned
this afternoon from a IiubIiicbb trip to
Mrs. M. V. Endlcott of Marcola re
turned homo this nftornoon after a
two-days visit with her Bister, Mrs.
J, A. Olbbs. Mr. and Mrn. Endlcott,
and tholr small son Gerald, saw tho
circus In Eugeno yesterday.
Mrs. Hoy EdmlBton and llttlo daugh
ter, Leone, arrived this noon from
Thurston for a few .days' visit with
Mrs. Edmlston'B sister, Mrs. M. J.
on club was held at tho homo of Mrs.'
Herbert Walker yesterday afternoon.
H. II. Haker has been Indisposed tho
past week with an ulcerated tooth.
J. II. Oodmnn of Doxtcr was In tho
city on business Tuesday.
C. M. Devcny, a chiropodist of
Mapleton, visited friends here the first
pf tho week. Ho Is now visiting at
Mrs. Johannah Woods of Tlgards
vlllc, Washington County, Is visiting
at tho homo of her son, Dr. W. H, Poll
ard. She will also visit her daugh-
jors, Mrs. Walter Prlco at Marcola,
and Mrs. Martha Webb at Leona.
Egglmann's candy kitchen has Just
Installed a combination power freez
er and Ice crusher in its lea cream
Tho Kensington club will meet to
morrow afternoon with Mrs. J. C. Hoi
brook. Tho Loyal Women's class of the
Christian Sunday school will enter
tain the Loyal Men's class at tho
church on Friday evening, May 2G.
An appropriate program will be given'
, und refreshments served. Tho friends
of each class and thoso ellgiblo to
membership in either class aro cor
Tho Training for Service class at
tho Christian church is to have an
other contest Monday at 8:00 P. M.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Hallln and fam
ily moved hero Monday from Coburg.
Thoy aro living on tho corner of A
and Fourth streets.
Charles Jack and family of Camp
Creek wero trading in the city yes-
Thn .... ... ,,nnnr,mon, nf .,,
i,ortnlB,uly club of Eugeno w, con.
l,,llp, -., lin,iv ahnw ,
at the Bnnio time that tho Lane Coun
ty fair is holding forth next fall. For
fltn In of tltia vnnro nlinn Itr.n tiAAn
conilllcted by Dr. Marion Ober at tho
Fair grounds, but It will bo moved to
building clown town In Eugeno co
t tho babies can bo properly cared
High Scliool Personals
Clinton Conlcy visited school Fri
day. MIbb Mao Lyon, a member of Inst
years' graduating class, visited us on
Monday, Sho lias been spending the
winter in Corning, California, but ex
pects to spend tho summer horo.
Earl Powell vlsltod school Tuesday.
Hill Hill said tho Annuals would be
out suro Friday, and I guoss ho ought
Primary' elections wero held In tho
High school Friday. All High school
students voted. Tho election turned
out in favor of tho democrats, which
was duo to tho campaigning of tho
Mlas Newton and Miss Rhodes will
glvo a summer course in English und
History. ( N
Ruth Scott was nbsont Tueaday af
ternoon on account of sickness.
Only throo moro weeks of school;
wo nro all boglunlng to review.
High Bchool scribe.
Portland Oak tlmbors cut from
trqoH on lowor Columbia will ho uti
lized in building ships at Portland and
other coast points.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Cream of Wheat, pk 15
3 Lb. Soda Crackers 25
4 lllg Rolls Tollot Paper 25
3 Lb. Macaroni Handy Cut 20
8 Hoxcs Matches 25
2 Lb Peanut Hutter -25
MRS. E. V. SNEED . SONS
NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR ROAD
Scaled bids wilt bo received by tho'
County Court of Lano county of tho
State of Oregon for Lano County up to
1 P, M, of tho 1st day of Juno, A, D.
1810, for tho construction of itnprovo
montn on it portion of County Road
No. CC, In sec. 31, tp, 10 n, r. 3 o, W. M.
said Improvement to be of tho follow
1377 linear feet of road gradod, rock
wall built and culverts placed.
AH bids shall bo mado In keeping
with and subject to tho plans and
specifications governing said Improve
ment, which said piano and specifica
tions may bo found nnd aro kept for
Inspection nt the County Surveyor's
office in the Court Hound In Eugeno,
Ore. All bids must bo accompanied
with a certified check for flvo per cent
of tho amount bid, and all bids must
be left with tlio County Clerk on or bo
foro tho nbovo-mcntloned dale.
Tho County Court reBervcB tho
right to reject any and all bids.
STACY M. RUSSELL,
Eugene Ore' May i7, 1!16.
Notice 18 hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed by
tho County Court of tho State of Ore
gon for tho County of Lane, executrix
of the last Will and Testament of
Mlnnlo Knhlcr, deceased.
All persons having claims against
tho estate of Mlnnlo Kahler, deceased.
aro hereby notified to present tho
Barne, properly verified, to Frank A.
DoPue. tho attorney for the estate, at
his ofllco In Springfield, Oregon, with
in six months from tho dato hereof.
Dated at Springfield, Oregon, May 18,
SADIE M. PERKINS.
Executrix of tlio last will and testa
ment of MInnio Kdhlcr, deceased.
FRANK A. DB PUE,
Attorney for executrix.
May 18-25, June 2, 9, 10.
O.R. Gullion, M.D.
practice uimuea u
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Graduate Nurse Attending
306, White Temple, Eugene.
D. W. ROOF, JEWELER
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
Highest Cash Prices
Carol M. Morrison
Next Door to Creamery
Dr. ADALINE KEENEY FERRIS
Homeopathlo Physician and Surgeon
Office, Baptist Parsonago
Corner Second and C Streets
HOURS: 9 TO 12. PHONE 40
HERBERT E. WALKER
Onlc In City Hall, Springfield, Ore
J. H. BOWER
OIIlco 774 Willametto St.
Phone Eugene C99
Home Phono 132-J
W. F. WALKER
Office Phone 62; Residence 67-J
West Main St.
Edwards & Br attain
For Farm and City Property
Exchanges a Specialty
DR. J. E. RICHMOND
PHONES Office, 3; Residence, 11 6-J
Over Commercial Bank,
ROBERT BURNS Lodge, No.
78, A. M. P., Ancient and
Accepted Scottish Rito Uni
versal and Symbolic Free
Masons meets first and third
Friday ovening in W. O. W,
ball. Visiting brothors wel
Lowest Possible Prices
Highest Grade Merchandise
Knox's Sanitary Grocrye
?.y2 Per cent discount on
and 30 day accounts
(THE GOOD JUD6E GETS'ATIP
(you always cmry the)
j real tobacco chewj
MEN are learning the troth stoat chewing tobacco. A clean, raiaM
chew of W-B CUT Chewing the Real Tobacco Chew, enr cut,
liwrf will utiif r you. It leave clean after-laite is the month net tbx thick,
tour tite tbtt Ibe ordinary chew torcea on a nn. Thai's one ot tbe rtaaaaa why ma
arc so cater to tell their friends a boot tk Jtul Tatar Cktm.
"Notice bow the a It brines oat tho ricb tobacco tatM
Uiit by WEYMAN-ERUTON COMPANY, 59 Uoa Squre, New Imk Gty
OREGON POWER CO.
Sprinkling lawns or gardens, also outside of indus
trial plants through common small hose with
nozzle, lawn fountain or sprayer attached. (Pay
ment of four months in advance, on or before
June 10th, allows annual use.) Each lot or frac
tion thereof, (building space included) $3.50
Discount if paid on or before June 10th , .50
Each additional lot or major fraction thereof. 2.00
Sprinkling street or roadway in front of each lot or
major fraction thereof, and one-half width of
street, per season 1.00
Pryments as above allow use for year from
June 1, 1916, to June 1, 1917
This service is supplied subject to the conditions and
schedule of charges now filed with the Public Service Com
mission of Oregon; and under the supervision and regula
tion of the Commission.
Irrigation hours are from 6:00 A. M. to 9:00 A. M. and
from 5:00 P. M. to 8:00 P. M.
Meters will be installed on the services of those con
sumers who persist in using water for irrigation purposes
outside the above hours.
Only one hose is allowed to bo used for each lot or
major fraction thereof that service is being paid for.
In no case will customers be allowed to use hose with
out nozzle, sprayer or lawn fountain attached.
The use of water during a fire is strictly prohibited, cx
copt for protection f property.
Note that former irrigation rates were GOc per month,
on yearly' contract, making $G.OO per year,
FROM THE COUNTRY DOCTOR)
i vouLorr be withoutI
IT, I AIMT AFRAID Of
GERMS WHEN I HAVE nf
114 MY MOUTH (
T. B. Harris
P. A. Johnson
R. W. M.