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MONDAY, AUGUST M, lOltf,
JF IT'S IN THE DRUG
TOWIl ailQ ViCinity
Frank ailibn In employed nt tho M.
M. l'oory drug ntnro.
i O, II. Illakloy of Miircola wan In
town (Saturday on bunlnoBi. .
Horn to Mr. and Mm. Ray Go ft Hat
urday morning a nlno pound boy .
Wlnrhimtnr ntniiiiinlllnn. IlroHRlor &
Mrs. I Krlck-on nnd little daughter
of Wendllng spent Friday in town.
A. A. Campbell, of W'ullorvllle, was
In town Friday transacting business.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Slovens nnd.
nn mnvnil In I'llP.m.i Mntiinlnv.
Ooorgo Ohlson, of Irving, was a
Hpnngneiu canor inursuuy.
Mrs. J. Ulna Gentry, of Lebanon, has
been vIsltliiK frlomls In town.
Water wings ut I'eery's . .
Jim Stuwnrt mndo a business trip
nbovo Fall Creek Friday .
C. II. Wurd of Camp Crook shopped
In town Saturday morning.
Mrs. U J. Uyrno of West 8prlng-
field was shopping bore Saturday.
i Mrs. Alice Douno of Jasper was lu
' Springfield Friday.
Mrs. Adeline Coponlmvor nnd daugh-
tors, Lncy, Noltlo, and Geuovlove wont !
to Nowport today Tor a wook's outing.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Flrtlo ot Albany
visited last wook end with Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Shea.
Ladles,' Mlssos' and children's shoos,
Como In nnd got fitted. Wolf & Miller
Mr.. !lrh Baniratho and sister. Miss '
Boiler, returned from Newport Friday
Mrs. It Ii McMunn aud Klnora
White, of tho Boll Thcati spent
Friday at Croswell and Cottage Grovo.
Tho school house in West Spring
field has. boon painted whlto with grey
Walter , Balloy bogan a series of re
vival mootings at tho church at Wat
Mr .and Mrs. Martin Endlcott moved
ffe from Marcola Friday Into the Green
property. ' " "
' Kqep tho fllos off tho cows with "Fly
Bouncer" 7Cc a gallon at Poery's.
Mrs. Norman Howard loft Thursday
for Fall Crook to visit for a week with
hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brown. I
,Mrs .ller Castoll left Friday to visit
her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew McKlnnoy at Junction City.
II .8 .Brltt, of Nowburg, was In town
Frlduy inspecting the turblno engine
at the Oregon Power company's plant
MIsS Abbla Massoe, of Portland,"ar
rived Saturday and will visit her sister,
Mrs. N ,W. Emory.
rMr. J. W. Gibson, of" Portland .ar
rived Friday nftornoon for a visit with
Mrs. E. E. Brattaln and family left
Friday for Maploton to visit .the for
mar's. daughter, Mrs. Otto Rice.
Mrs. Price's canning powdors at
Poery's Drug Store.
Mr. and Mrs, Walter Wllmott from
near Goshen visited with ,Mrs. R. G.
Van Valzah tho last of tho week.
'Mrs. W. J. aibson of Portland Is
spending a week with Mrs. J. L. Allen
wh'o lives In tho. Stowart addition.
'Dr. R. 0. Van Valzah roturnod Fri
day morning from his camp on Simp
son crook on account of ill health.
Henry Hollonbock of tho Eugene
Thoatro was In Springflold on bus
p. II .Stevens and family moved to
Etigono Saturday. Mr. Stovens had
boon employed In tho saw mill horo.
yp. It. Hastings of Thurston was in
town Friday transacting business with
Clarence Hill who, has .boon work
ing with tho hay' bailer at Coburg ro
turno(j honio Thursday, for a fow days.
Fly Knoclcor 7Gc por gal, Bring con
talnor. , Springllold Food company.
Miss Grnco Malo wont to Pruno vlllo
Safunla,y to visit wJth.Mrs. Harry
.J..B...aodmnn and family and Mrs.
"walker of Dpxter, woro In Spring
!m1ss Ellon linlloy- oNEugone was
visiting hor sister, Mrs. Arlo Dorau,
inVWost Springfield Saturday,
Mrs. R. Q. HowaVd was taken to
tho Springflold hospital Friday, Mrs.
Howard's condition is qulto serious.
R. A, Stephens who has boon on a
trip to. Kentucky and Tonnosseo has
Do'l'oujl'wish to becomo well? If so
call oifpn'urphy, a drugoss healer,
359 Main sir jset,
MrsPJL ; 0. IKward . who has been
lirforHhb' Jast three week's hi Imbrqv
iri at this time. She bag been al .he
Springfield hospital 'sincV last Friday,
johanna!,? Dwtft? a&aWtk'o.
tjte insane asylum freffl Lm( sety
LINE WE HAVE IT
itho Initltutlon August 7. according to
notice rccolvoil Friday by County Work
Mr. nnd Mrs. Cecil Catkins Ictt ys
torday for tho camp at Waltervllle,
where Mr. Calkins Is employed on tho
rpjmlr work at Jlondrlck's lirldso.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Boavor, Dr. and
Mrs. Koblmn and daughtor, Conktance,
I returned Friday from their camping
'rip at tllO IleSOrVO.
III ft IsVU UUU OU1I UUU .WW UttUfjIliViD
arrived Saturday from Bhcrldan, wiiero
I .(. - .hJ .InuiaUt
r 81'orld-ii Lumber company,
wh tomo well?. If so
call on Dr. Murphy, a rirugless healer,
Mr. uml Mrs. C. It. Ueckly nnd family
"P"d tho rw.eokond wlt.1i Mrs.
Ueckly's sister, Mrs. Dolbert Crouch.'
Mr- lld Mr' N- L ."ayes, former !
residents of Springfield .spent Thurs-
day night hero. They are now located
M. Al Perkins has given up her
at in llio Stav.iia' building prepuru-
tory to spending tho winter In tho
Mr8 Jnn,oa Kvans and daughter,,
Alice returned Tuesday evening from I
nn eitonilod visit with relatives In
Aberdeen, Washington. I
M8H Uornlca agley returned homo
evening oner spctiuing several
days at the lloblo Green homo In Eu-
Mrs. Mable Frost who was taken to j
11,0 Kugeno hospital Wednesday was
urol"'ht omo Saturday and Is report-
en 10 ou impruvinc
Mr. nnd Mrs. William Ilohso aud
Peto Chnso loft this morning for a
hunting and camping trip at KItson
Dr .and Mrs. W .11. Pollard and
family and Dr. and Mrs. Emery left
today for a camping and hunting trip
Gun oils, cleaners and grease, Dres
sier & Son.
Mrs. C. J, Snyder of Hoquium, Wash
ington is-visiting nor sisters, Misses
Sophia and Llulo and brother Ed.
Feeler at Coburg.
Mr. and Mrs, D. S. Deals and family
departed Saturday evening for Kitsoa
aPr,"B8 whoro wl 8Pnu" two
WCUB, wiupw numm
Carl Bakor and daughtors Kate and
Mablo ot Hoquium, Washington visited
w,lh Mr- aor8 Catching tho last of
Wo havo Just received 8 cases of I
rubber boots, shoos and slickers, Wolf
Wolf & Mlllor.
Tho City is being dolayod on the re
building of the bridge over tho mill
race on Mill stroet Bouth of Main, be-1
lng obliged to wait for lumbor. '
'Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Holt who have
been visiting at the A. D, Floury hoine
left Saturday morning for their homo '
In Nowberg. j
Mr. and 1 Mrs. Julius Da Mick aro
moving Into tho rosldonco on A street
botween Fifth and Sixth, recently va
cated by Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Bean.
James Suoss of Mnrshflold, J. J,
Morhoad of Halsoy, Dick Lane, Lon
Lano, nnd Fred Dodge wero register
ed ut tho Springflold hotel Frldey.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. N. Brown and Mr.
and Mrs. King ot Redmond, Oregon,
came ovor tho McKenzIo Pass and
stopped at the auto camp Saturday.
Piano lessons by University of Ore
gon music studont, 50 cents por hour. '
Inqulro at Nows oirico,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Joo Peplot and daugh
tor, Miss Viola, and Mrs. Walter Car
tor, woro In Springflold from Deer
horn Friday. . j
MJos Graco Cheshire was expected
to arrlvo from Portland Friday tp ,vJb;
it tor some wcolcs-at tho homo ot
hor slstor, Mrs. Tad Luckoy. '' '
Mrs. D ,W. Roof was nblo to ro
turn to hor home from . tho Sprlng
field hospital "yostorday. Mrs, Roor
Is much Improved bIiico her recent
'Mrs. O. E. 'Carter of Lnndnx, will
loavo tho local hospital In. a day or
two. Sho Is doing flno slnco hor op
oration, said ono ot tho hospital at
Mrs. M, R. Wagoner who bus boon
visiting hor sister Mrs. William Don
aldson at Seventh and F streets re
turned to hor homo nt Junction City1
For the host up-to-date shoe, repair
lng,t try Hull tho Shoo Doctor. Fifth
and Main streets.
Thoso stopping nt tho Elite hotel Frl
day and Saturday wero lUJU-flardnor,
of th6' Southern vPiiclfJo couJpauy, Mr,
fM t mil,,.... ... u. 1 1 bX
(inn nun. j, miiimti niiu luuiuy at
Either. Washington who exnect to ita
on 'to Mable, F. L. Ajlen of Eugeiko, E.
IL, Haaton or Dralq, II, C, Cook, of
Roaeburg, J ,V. Mcifkla of Baker, A.
TUB SPRINGFIELD NEWS
Wo offer One Hundred Hollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh
that cannot I)o cured by Hairs
v. 3. riiKMRr A CO.. Toledo. O.
We. the un(tmlKn1. Iiavo known V. 3.
fhnicy for tlio limi 15 yir, ;! bllv-
Iionov tnr tlin lim If. VHflf. Utlll XI1V
lifin rwrfccllr lionornbfs in nil foualfieM
mm perfectly nonornoio in mi uini
lrnnact)on nnd llrittiitlnlly hIj1 to carry
out nny ohllKittlon tnnilo liy lila
NATION A JJANIt Or CO
Iinil'a Calnrrh Curo In fatn Internally,
ttoilnrr directly upon tlin oIojmI and rnu
con iiurfaccH of tint pyatem. Testimonial;
e-nt frf. I'rlrn 7S i-mit" pr bottle. Hold
by all DriiKKl"!. . ..
Take UalVa l'mlly I'llta for conatlpallcn.
It, Leo of Arorn, and Joo Miller of
Mrs. Ucsslo Bndlcott, who has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O,
Hohcrson for tho past two months re
turned last Wednesday to her homo at
Mlko Brassier, a native of Germany
and a resident of Springfield, Thurs
day filed' with tho county clerk at Eu
geno his petition for final citizenship
Mlko Gross, Marlatt, Atkinson and
Hyde, members of the Eugcno munici
pal band, assisted Director Albert Per
feet and the Springfield band In a
ppubllc concert here Thursday night.
By tho breaking of tho edger at tho
Booth-Kelly mill Saturday the crew
I nthat department was laid off for a
couple of hours until -tho repairs were
Dr. nnd Mrs. Itonhan and daughter,
Constance and Mr. and Mrs. IW,aver
retrned Friday from a five day's camp-
i ,., n.i. .,,- ,., W,
I , l WM'
Mr and Mrs. J, I, Clark and son
Joe returned Sunday morning from nn
extended outing nt Salt Springs. They )
report good fishing and the killing of J
a black bear.
C. L. Scott of the First National
bank returned from Newport Satur
day and reports a pleasant trip. Few
agates arc found at this time, Mr.
Mrs, A. F .McKenzIo of Ttoscburg
arrived Sunday to join her husband
who Is conductor on tho gravel train
running between Natron and Spring
field, Mrs. E. V. Sneed and Mrs. Jane Mc
Phorson and baby, have been visit
ing Mrs. Addle Woldridge and other
friends at Junction City for the last
Mrs. H. K. Hockett, daughter of
Mrs. Grace Harbit departed the last
of the week for Enterprise in east
ern Oregon where she expects to Join
but they Just keep coming for more
shoes. There Is a reason. Wolf &
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bowers who
have been farming at Lorane were in
town the last of tho week on bus
iness and for supplies. 1 Their daugh-1
tor, Helen, accompanied them back 1
to the ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Hays, former
residents of Springfield, wero visit
ing friends here Thursday evening on
their way to Mapleton for a week's
stay. Mr, and Mrs. Hays plan to stop
in Springfield again on their return.
The Misses Olive and LucIIe Smith,
Dorothy Ml ler and Marian White re-
turned Saturday '"ornlng from a
camping trip to Creek. Tho
io remain lor a tow uays longer. I
O. E .Robertson and son Leo and i
fnlhtti- nnd mnthaF lift, nnd ll.fl 1.1 f
Robertson, Mrs. Beauchard, and Mr.
and Mrs. Wiley -James le t Sunday for
a week s outing at the Fish Ha chery
and points above along
a II 1 UUU JkVVUDi 'V VI a lf
left by early train this a. m. tor their
annual vacation. They expect to visit
Portland, The Dalles and Spokane and
other points of Interest on tho Col
umbia and Snako Rivers.
J. W ,Neot, wife and Bon, Levi, of
West Springflold, returned Saturday
afternoon from nn auto trip of several
days. They went to Portland and
thence up the Columbia, visiting rela
tives and seeing (he sights.
Six-year-old Darrel Sutton, the son
of Mr, and Mrs. E. G, Sutton, has
been quite ill for more than a week
with whooping ough and a severe
cold on his lurtgs. Tho boy Is at his
homo on D Btroet, between Fifth and
B. F. Crum, comniander of J. W.
Gonroy post, G. A, R., of Eugeno, died
suddenly at his' home-ut 302 Four
teenth avenue East ; V?rlday morning
at 2 o'clock, nt tho age of 74 years.
Several members of Gearey post reside
In Springflold .
Good reliable fire Insurance. No as
sessments; no membership foe Pay
onco nnd you aro donor II, E. Walker
at tho City Hall.
Tho News received a card from
Paul Bottolholm at Vlsalla, Califor
nia, stating that E. E .Morrison liad
Just passed through tho town. He
said the forne.r Sprjngflpjd peoplo
there wero mighty glad to see Mr.
Morrison and that he was maklnrtbe
trip n good shape.
Mr. and. Mrs, 0. T. Schelblo, and
Mrs. tl. Ei Spltt, moUi'or of M?u'. F. E,
Lenhart, VcaVtie ' from .Mbrimouth. yos
torday, Mr. and Mrs. Schelble went.
on to Bondon to spend a couple of
wpoks, but' Mrs- Spltt wilj visit here
with hor daughter,
burg was here on business today.
Mrs. C. linker of Mabel Is visiting
her mother Mrs. It, C. Itosserman.
Mrs. Nettlo McGllvary returned
from Nowport Saturday.
Archie Mnchen and Henry Fandnlm
returned from Newport .Saturday.
Miss Darbara Holler returned from
an outfng a tNewport Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Hansom left today
for a two wcok'a vacation at Oakrldgc.
Harold Perkins took Miss KIbIo Hoi
vcreon'e place in the Palaco of Swecto
Mr1. J. It. Hoyden of Donna Is ho re
on business today.
George Perkins and Harold Perkins
motored homo from Newport Satur
day, N. P Jensen who is employed at the
IJootli-Kelly mill left Sunday for Simp
son creek on his vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Slkcs and fam
ily, Mrs. J. A. Godman, and Mrs. Geo.
Catching visited the hiker girls at
Crawfish camp Sunday.
Mrs. D, A. Washburno who has been
seriously ill at her home on Second
and A streets for the past fow days Is
. improving the doctor says.
I Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Dugan and fam
ily of Wendllng are visiting friends
! hero today. Mr. Dugan is employed
fn tho Wendllng company store .
Thero will be a basket social at the
, , . . ,
- d nlng for the benefit of tho new
j M"c a BB Ttoom-, , '
Walter Hlllar, head trimmer at the
Booth-Kolly mill was given a birthday.
' d!nnci;,aL'he bM
! Mrs. J. C. Nlckolson who has heen
visiting her daughter Mrs. M. W.
j Weber left today for her home In
John Best, Supervisor of the South
' era Pacific company Inspected tho
i water system at Springfield today. Mr.
Best has his headquarters at Eugene,
j Robert Palmer, son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. N. Palmer, who was operated on by
ono of the local physicians Saturday
is getting along nicely.
E. F. Bean will depart for Cornlne.
California Tuesday morning where be '
will Join Mrs. Bean, visiting her par;
' ents, Mr, and Mrs. Sheppard, Mr. Bean
says they will go east providing Mrs. '
Beau's health will permit '
I Mrs. R. C. Howard, who was taken
i to the Springfield hospital last week,
' is doing nicely according to the at
tending physician. He did not know,
Just when she would have her opera
tion . ;
Those registered at the Springfield1
hn,. am,nr, . 0li-J . .b..
John Trotter of Rowland, F. A. Jareu, j
Walter Conrad, John Law and son o
Dallas, Earl Grout, O. C. Hansen, u
R .Whlttoch ,C. W. Miller of Portland,
and W. M. Hourd of Woodburn
Mrs. John Burns and Mrs. C. F.
Eggimann chaperoned a number of
children nt a picnic in tho grove Sat
urday afternoon. Those present were
Misses. Stella and Naomi Harbit, Lela
Lybarger, Alice Baker, Golda Nellson,
LucIIe Lambert, and Masters Robert
Palmer, Norviall and Howard Powers.
Misses Lacy Copenhaver, Frances
iM s and '
SuD(, at Wcnd,lBB- Wue there fh
JoIned WmB a
enhaver and Mr.
Bennett in an elab
orate picnic dinner in the woods above
Three auto parties from
otntinml a 1. 1 1 . .
wny t0 BeIk g , To
part g J n J
U Stewart. Misses Em, y and Nan
C(.n a Twm Hf
Rowland, Nellie Row
land, Miss Fern Bellinger, Mra A. M.
Reeves, Ralph Reeves, Mrs. Carl Hol
Hngsworth and Mr. nnd Mro. Ray
For Sale, Rent, Wanted, Etc.
LOST: A plain gold, Elgin, wrist
watch, Friday evening on Main St
or on Fifth or Sixth streets. Re
ward is offered, Return, t oNews
WANTED: Small placo within 10
blocks. Will pay $100 down, bal
ance by month, must be cheap, E.
B. W. Bx. 70.
FOR RENT: Goodhouso Seventh
and Kelly Blvd. on half aero ot best
land, free water, chicken coops, ce
ment barn for 3 cows and one
. horse, cow turntshed it desired, ront
taken out In labor If party wishes,
rent reasonable. Call at the News
J 31 tt
FOR SALE: Good wagon, harness
and hayrack, L. M. Cagley,
D, W. ROOF, JEWELER,
springfIelIb, ' oWcgo''
'I - ft'
pine watch pEp$nm&
QUEEN OP PACIFIC COAST RESORTS. .
is easily and pleasantly reached by a short trip
from Portland on one of the
O-W. R. R. & N.
r' Steamers, MT. J. Pottee," "Hassalo," "Harvest QommC
Season Round Trip
AV Local S. P. Agent for Fares, or write thai
General Passenger Agent, O - W. R- K. & N.
for Free Folder and Otter IofermarJea
August 1 5th
You are going hunting. Are you preparri?
We have a complete line of
High Power Rifles, Hunting Knives and
Axes, Winchester and U. M. C. Cartridges
Camp Stoves, Cam, Stools, Gun Oils,
Cleaners, Hunters' Clothing, Red Hats, and
Waterproof Coats '
We Are the Fisherman's Friend1.
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Our line: of Rods, Tackle, ami
Accessories is complete.
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