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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1916)
.On Every Itoso Bush
Blooms a Welcome
Tenth Annual Rose Carniva
Special Round Trip Faros Daily Juno 4
to 9 from Eugene and othor points on
Oregon Electric Railway
Tuesday Evening, Juno 6
Crowning of Queen.
Wednesday, June 7
School Children's Pageant.
National Dedication Highway.
Night Spectacle Sinking of
Gunboat by Submarine.
Thursday, June 8
Gun Qlub Shoot.
Friday, Juno 9-
Marine Parade Speed Boat Races.
Concerts. Festival Center Dance.
FAST FREQUENT TRAIN SERVICE
DAYS OF FROLIC
OPEN AIR CHORUS
OF 5000 VOICES.
New Reduced Hound Trip
fares from your city to San
Francisco, dally, June 10.
To Knights Templar Conclave
at Los Angeles, dallr, Juno
12 to 19
Ask the Agent.
H. R. KNIGHT, Agent.
1 "WAS FAST GAME," SAY FANS
S. H. S.J. C. H. S. Game of Latt Sat
urday Reviewed; Hill's Pitch
' Ing Is a Feature.
The baseball Kunio Inst Saturday nt
Junction City proved to bo a fast one,
say local fans. The battorloa for
SnrltiKtlold wuro Hill and Solelm.
The boys my of It:
Springfield ran In one scoro In tho
first Inning and held Junction down
until the eighth Inning when Junction
hnd n temporary rally and ran In flvo
i scores while her luck held. Spring
! field was unahlo to cut down tho load
In so short a time, but shut Junction
out tho rost of tho game. Tho main
feature of tho gamo was tho pitching
of Clarence Hill; however, both teams
played a good, fast, clean game of ball.
This Is tho High school's second do
feat, hut tho hoys are not dlscouragod
and aro working all tho hardor. They
are going to try to win tho noxt gamo,
so come out and sco thorn gain a vie
METHODISTS IN CONFERENCE
Officers are Elected and Committees
Appointed at Meeting Held at
West Springfield Yesterday.
Bishop W. F. Hogue of Michigan
City, Indiana, delivered a splendid ad
dress before the delegates to the Rose
burg district conference of the Free
Methodist church at the session held
last night at West Springfield. During
the business session held yesterday af
ternoon the following officers were
elected and committees appointed:
President, Bishop W. T. Hogue;
secretary, M. F. Childs; assistant sec
retary, F. W. Oliver; treasurer, J. T.
On Public Worship Bishop W. T.
Hogue, D.'D. Dodge, M. F. Childs.
'On-State of the "Work D. D. Dodge,
It. H. Dollarhide.
"On Education Rhoda Burnett, Lau
ra Oliver, J. J. Eads.
Reforms J. E. McDonald, J. W.
Neet. "W. E. Goode, C. E. Glazier.
Sunday Schools J. W. Sharp, F. W.
On Publications M. F. Childs, J. F.
Smith, Jf H. Brown.
On Memores "W. E. Goode, M. F.
Rev. W. A. Johnston of Salem and
Rev. H. C. Ethell of Springfield were
introduced to the conference..
Asbury Memorial services will bo
held tonight and the Bishop will glvo
the address. The Bishop will also
preach Friday night and Sunday morn
ing. The ministers and delegates present
are as follows: R. H. Dollar
hide of Roseburg, J. W. Sharpe of
Medford, D. D. Dodge of Grants Pass,
J. E. McDonald of Trail, M. F. Childs
of Springfield, C. E. Glazier of Grants
Pass, F. W. Oliver of Cottage Grove,
W. E. Goode of Macduel, California,
Laura V. Oliver of Cottage Grove, U.
,C. Reesce of Roseburg, J. T. Eads of
Medford and'J. W. Neet of Springfield.
Church of Christ
E. C Wlgmoro, minister,
3:45 A. M. Biblo school. L. M.
11:00 A. M. Junior Kndonvbr So
ciety. Mrs. Lansberry, supt.
I 11:00 A.M. Communion service fol
lowed with sermon, "Life niood of the
j Nation," by tho pastor.
1 7:00 P. MT Senior Christian Endea
S:00 P. M, Song service and ser
mon by Rev. E. S. Buckley of Port
land. A cordial Invitation Is extended to
Springfield, Oregon, May, 23, 1916
Mrs Leola Smith,
Mr. O. O. Davis,
Mrs. Thos W Munroe,
Miss Ella Dawson,
Mr. Albret Jochen,
Mr. F. II. Golden.
A charge of one cent will be made tn
all advertised letters.
HARRY M. STEWART,
Rov. AV. Norton Ferris, minister.
Bible School at 10:00 A. M. "Wo
study that wo may servo." Do your
best, friends. Increase the attendance,
deepen the Interest, nnd show your
selves workmen that need not be
ashamed. Gilbert Miller, Supt.
Divine worship nt 11:00 A. M.
Theme of sermon, "Why Did Jesus
Fail?" This question should awaken
interest and place responsibilities.
You should hear It discussed. Music
by the choir.
Solo by Norton Pengra.
Senior and Junior Meetings at 7:00
Evening servlco of song and sermon
at S:00 P. M. Rev. Ferris will speak
on "Ways to Perdition." Special
All are cordially invited. Strangers
We have just opened up a new Grocery store in the Berger
Building across the street from the Bell Theatre, and are
prepared to sell at lowest prices. This is the store where
CASH BEATS CREDIT
Country Produce taken in exchange for Groceries.
Give us a trial.
J. P. SHEPPARD
Free Methodist Church.
Sabbath school at 10:00 A. M. '
Preaching services at 11:00 A. M.
Prayer and praise service at 7:00
P. M.; preaching at 7:30 P. M.
Tuesday, 7:30 P. M. Young Peo
ple's prayer meeting.
l MidwecK prayer meeting on Thurs
!day at 7:30 P. M.
, A cordial Invitation Is extended to
all. M. F. CHILDS, .
Corner Second and B streets.
i James T. Moore, pastor. Phone 117-M
Next Sunday, 10:00 A. M. Sunday
11:00 A. M. Sermon.
7:00 P. M. Sermon.
7:30 P. M. Tuosday, Choir rehearsal.
2:00 P. M. Wednesday, Ladles AM.
8:00 P. M. Thursday, Prayer Meeting.
iPaint Saves Repair Bills
Buildings quickly go to ruin when left exposed to the
elements- Good paint forms a coating which protects from
rain, snow, sunshine and all weather conditions. It pre
vents decay and deterioration.
gives great durability and lasting beauty. It costs less than
other paints because it takes less and lasts longer.
Let us show you suitable color combinations for your
house and estimate the quantity of paint you will require.
M. C. RESSLER & SON
CAMP CREEK, OREGON
May, 23. 191G, E. E. Brattaln was
here on business Saturday.
Miss Mae Polllac from Eugene Is
here visltln with friends.
Mr. David Stevens has purchased a
band of sheop.
Ina Crautree and Lena Hayes from
Waltervillo spent the week end here.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Stevens nnd
family spent tho week end visiting
Mrs. Steven's parents at Harrisburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jack were In
Eugene on business Thursday.
Marlon Chase and G. F; Hartloy were
in Eugene on business Saturday.
Mrs. Leonard Stevens Is visiting with
relatives at Donna.
Mr. Nyhart was hero on business Fri
day and Saturday.
Harriet Gossler was a visitor at
Hood River strawberry Industry
will employ 2000 outside pickers. '
Condon Contract lot for .building
50,000 bushel concrete grain elevator
Northwest prune crop estimated at
25,000,000 to 30,000,000 lbs.
Loganberry Industry boosted by a
doptlon of Juice on Pennsylvania R. It.
Portland will expend $235,000 re
building parts of the Tanner Creek
sower that caved in owing to bad con
St. Johns lias secured a factory for
refining eel oil.
Coos Bay leads all other Pacific
Coast ports for lumber shipments last
half or April,
Crown Columbia paper mills in
crease wages to 130,000 u year third
advunco this spring,
inthtiflierWay Can You Get All ths
tticimsssand Flavor of tho Leaf
"SPEAR HEAD" BEST CHEW
Many prominent phyikfan f'.-ct-c
chewing to be the mott a hi.U-.ome wa
of enjoying tobacco.
"I began chewinj; semis yfirs 'a'-4'
said one, "and I soon found tlwt it i
the only way to get tho lenetit ti nil 1
tl'.e rich juices stored up by tmUire In
'.!. tobacco letf. I refer, oi cnirn u
t' e p.ujf form of tobacco, which is the
met natural and the cleanest term.
"Chewing rood tobacco ItVc Sj-or
Head ninkes the tnlivary jUnds more
active, whidi in turn has beneficial
effect on the whole system. Add to this
the sweet, mellow, delicious flavor of a
chew of Spear Head, nnd you have
t'.:c highest possible degree of tobacco
"I mention Spear Heiul because I
have found that this brand U osteon
tionally pure, being made tn a fac
tory that's run strictly according to
Spear Head is made of syi ripened
Hurley, which is ncknow ledped to be
the richest, mildest, finest Havered to
bacco leaf in the woiL'. A:sd it is
produced by the latest rrice.ic1 which
develop the quality nnd huckuj flavor
of the choice Hurley to the supreme de
gree. A chew of Spear Head has a whole
some relish that is not found in any
other chewing tobacco. In !Cc cuts,
wrapped in wax paper.
Tho W. C. T. U. will hold n Mothers'
meeting nt the home of Mrs. Lnnsbery
on north Fifth street. Friday at 2:30
P M. All ladles welcome.
Head News Classified Ad vs.
It's tho uniform unva
rying heat of n Rood oil
Htovo, nnd tho perfect
control, that lecopn tho
juices In that pre
nerves tho nnvory
I'.oodnesH of ,thc mcnt
and ulvea th&t even
brownnesa ull over.
a cleaner, cooler
kitchen, and Icoa
All tho convenience of
i;ui. Cooks averythlntf
any woodorconl rung
will cook, hut Aeopj
Vcur kitchen coo.
The long bl no chim
neys do nwny with nil
smoke nnd smell. In I,
2, 3 nnd -t-lmrnor sixes,
ovans separate. Also
cabinet models with
l'lrelosa Cooking Ov
en. Ask your dealer
For Sale Oy '
BEAVER-HERNDON HARDWARE COMPANY.
Oregon Power Co.
VIOLIN AND PIANO
Miss Eva Fortney, Pianist
Donald Knox, Violinist
(STUDENTS OF THE PACIFIC CONSERVATORY AND .NORMAL
COLLEGE OF MUSIC)
BAPTIST CHURCH. EUGENE, MAY 29. 8:15 P. M.
Free No Charge For Admission
During this recital Donald Knox will play Chas. Do Dcrlot'B Seventh Con
certo for his leading solo, the same composition played by Maude Powell at
a concert recently given In Portland.
It is the concerto that marks the artist and for this reason Jolian Ilofmann
Is paid $1000 for each performance. Other great artists select this difllcult
music for their leading solos.
The Pacific Conservatory and Nornfal College- of Music Is the pnly
institution of Its kind In Eugene where students aro taught to render
concertos at public recitals early In their career, Concertos are tho great
est musical compositions. Our students aro always Instructed in tho
execution of the Ilnest standard compositions.
Only the Best is Good
Only tho Good is Truo
- Only tho True is Art
Pacific Conservatory and Normal
College of Music '
731 Willamette Street, Eugono, Orogon.