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TUB 8PIUNGFIRLD NEWS
Drug Bargains on
Springfield Dollar Day
1 doz. 6c School Tablets with 1 doz. 5c Pencils....$1.00
A $1.25 Self Filling fountain Pen $1.00
A regular Dollar Fountain Pen with a 4Q
cent box of Highland Linen Paper..i.$1.00,
A regular 75 cent Box Eaton Crane's" Linen Lawn
with a 50 cent Letter Sealing Outfit...$1.00
A regular $1.00 Safety Razor with Shaving
mug and soap , $1.00
A regular $1.00 box of Lowney's. Chocolates with
a 50 cent Character DollL.. $1.00
A dollars worth of Toilet articles with '
a 60 cent box of Lowney's Chocolates....$1.00
A regular 75 cent Hair Brush with
a 50 cent Hard Rubber Comb $1.00
A regular One dollar bottle Hair Tonic with
any 25 cent Shampoo Soap ...$1.00
A regular $1.00 Humidor of Tobacco with
a 35 cent Pipe $1.00
A regular 75 cent Bottle Toilet Water with
a 50 cent package Face Powder. $1.00
A regular $1.50 Hand Mirror. $1.00
A box (6 bars) Maxlne Elliott Soap with
a 50 cent jar Nyal's Face Cream $1.00
A regular $1.00 package Security Stock Food with
a 50 cent package Security Poultry Food....$1.00
$1.50 worth of Nyal or Penslar Family Remedies..$1.00
A regular 75 cent Kodak with three rolls films $1.00
A regular $1.00 Hot Water Bottle with a 25
cent Flannel Cover. $1.00
Any $1.00 purchase entitles you to your choice of
any 25 cent article in the store, providing you have not
already taken advantage of the special offer.
While this sale is strictly cash, we will be glad to lay
goods aside for you if you wish to call for same within
We invite those who can not come to town, to try
our Mail Oredr Service. Cut our Add out of the
"NEWS" Mark articles wanted, encolse check, money
order or stamps and we will do the rest. We pay
.;MnrN. V. (lay anifaonuWorllr and H
1 1 grandson Ernest oxpoct to establish JfS
a camp at tho Lonanl hop yard.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Sniith.ftBd family
of Corvallts, returned homo Friday
nttor spending a Tow dayaivith tola
Mr. and Mrs. Chns, Elliott moved
j from West Sprlngflold Friday Into tho
houao on 3ocoiul,truet north ot Main,
recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs, Will
Fly Knockor 7Eo per gal. Bring con
talner. Sprlngflold Feed company.
Mr.' and Mrs. Milton' Dally and son..
Joo, anil Mr. and Mrs. L, E, Durrin
' enjoyed a picnic suppor at tho park by
, tho flour mtll Friday ovening.
'' Mrs. M. J. Tillman ot Portland, nr-
rtved Friday for a visit with Don Skin
' ner and wlfo who Uvo on Fifth and F.
Geo. Tylor, real estate man ot Al
! bony, transacted business In Spring-
Herbert Donnloy, who has been em
i ployd at the M. C. Dressier and son
, hardware store this summer, depart.
ed Sunday to Ashland whore ho will
resume his collego studies.
Dr. H. a. VanValxah was reported
very low at tho tlmo of going to press.
Ho has been seriously ill tor the past
i two woeks.
Misses Qertrudo Ogle, Vcnla and
Sadlo Allen are now cmployod in the
Harold Poory, Ivan McKlnney, D.l
iW. Roof, and Otto Lightweight Han
son, expect to start on a hunting and
i fishing trip abovo Oakridge Wednes
day or Thursday.
J. M. Knox, retired stockman of
Spokane, Washington, arrived Friday
and pleasantly surprised his slster-ln-law,
Mrs. It. II. Knox, whom he had
nnt neon for several vents. Mr. Knox
is looking for a location and may bring ,
his family t oltvo in this part ot the!
- n r-
Just received a nice line of felts
Town and Vicinity
C. F. Grant of Thurston was a Sat
urday shopper here.
Miss Alice Kester has resumed her
duties at Eggimao's candy kitchen
after a week's vacation at Newport
Water wings at Peery's .
The Woodmen of the World will
Beet at the W. O. W. hall at 8 o'clock
Tuesday evning. All members are re
quested to be present
George Cllne and wife and sister-in-law
of Hanford, California, are visit
ing the former's brother Isaac Cllne
and family. Mr. Cllne had not seen
bis brother for 18 years.
For the best up-to-date shoe repair
ing, try Hall the Shoe Doctor. Fifth
and Main streets.
Mrs. Charles Clover of Salem arriv
ed Friday evening for a visit with her
daughters, Mrs. Herbert Cov and Mrs.
Harold Perkins worked at the Pal.
cae of Sweets Saturday evening and
Sunday in the absence of Miss Elsie
B. A. Washbumo Is attending the
barbacue ot the Rod and Gun club at
Miss Esther Sherwood ot Coburg re
turned home-day after a -week's
visit at the L. M. Cagley home.
Mrs. Price's canatag powders at
Paery'a Drug Store.
George Perkins has traded his prop
erty on Fifth street and on Ninth
street for the Beckwith ranch near
Goshen, of Burton C. Rowe of Thurs
ton. Mr. and Mrs. Snooks of Fall Creek
spent the week end in town.
Good reliable fire insurance. No as
sessments; no membership fee. Pay
once and you are dene. H. E. Walker
at the City Hall.
Miss Edith Holcomb returned the
latter part of the week after an ex
tended visit in Portland.
Judge L. T. Harris stopped in
Springfield Friday on his return from
an outing at McKenzle bridge.
Mrs. James Foster and daughter,
Mary West departed Saturday for
Raymond, Washington to Join Mr.
Miss Anna Young returned to Port
land Sunday evening after spending
several days with friends.
Each $1,00 Saved
on all Cash Purchases for
one day only
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th
The Peoples7 Meat Market
Alfred Bigelow, Proprietor
MAIN STREET BETWEEN 4th and 5th STREETS
all shades. Reasonable prices at Mrs.
Mrs .W. N. Williams and children
spent Saturday visiting the former's
sister, Mrs. W. Stafford of Engeno.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Kester and
daughter, Alice, Mrs. W. , F. vAtlker,'
and Phyllis Kester returned from Now-
port Friday on account, of the striker
Miss Pearl Oviatt departed Friday
for an extended visit at Independence..
Mrs . George Larison. daughtor
Clara, and son, Jossle returned Saturr
day from an outing at Oakridge.
Miss Edith Wbepley of . Tangent
departed Friday after spending two
weeks with her aunt Mrs. E. J. RoyTJ
I Peery Richardson returned home"
from the logging camp at Marcoia me
last of tho week.
Paul Vanscoy was a shopper from
Camp Creek Saturday.
S. E. McBee came in from his ranch
on hte AVillamette Saturday to tran
Mrs .Earnest Mabe, who has been,
7lslting with her uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. D. S. Jordan, returned the
latter part of the week to her home1
Z. F. Johnson was a shopper from'
the McKenzle Saturday.
Herman Brothers of Coburg unload
ed a car of wheat a tthe flour mill
Dr. and Mrs. Ransom and family,
returned Friday from an outing on tho,
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Nlckem and fam
ily returned from Eastern Oregon and
Idaho, Frldoy in a wagon. Mr. Nlck
em formerly worked at tho McKeo
Brothers' butcher shop.
Mrs. Goorro Catching and Gertrude.
Williams returned from a trip to North
Bend, Coriullle, and Marshflold, the
latter part of tho week.
M. Alungor of Vlda spent Friday
in Sprlngflold on his return from a
business trip to Eugene.
WHAT IS IT THE HEN-PECKED
III'SBAND CRAVES? Cut this out,
solvo the answer and rocolvo a prizo.
Watch the next issuo of our paper.
Dr. W. VanValzah of Tacoma arrived
Friday havnlg roceivod word of the
fatal Illness of his brother, Dr. R. G.
Truo economy Is what wo save In the
long run. Tuo wise man feeds his colt
to make It grow. He pastures his cow
to get a good flow of milk and paints'
111 house to make It last. It costs '
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9lh
Bring your Dollars to our store on this Special Dollar
Day and make it buy more than ever before. J
This is a few of the bargains your Dollar will buy
5 prs. 25c Iron Clad Hose
4 prs. 35c Holeproof Hose
12 yds. Hope Muslin
10 yds. 12 l-2c Gingham
17 yds. 07c Calico
10 yds. 12 1 -2c Percale
12 yds. 10c Outing flannel
5, 25 cent Bath Towels
3, 40 cent Bath Towels
1.50 Middy Blouses
$1.00 1 Lot Mens 3.00 hats 1.00
1.00 2, 65 cent Work Shirts 1.00
1.00 8 p urs Mens' 15 cent hose 1.00
l'00 Mens' 1.25 Pants 1.00
1,00 Mens 1.25 Gloves 1.00
1 00 1 cases 1.00
J 00 "Ot Mens', Womens' ane Child-
1.00 rens' Shoes the pair 1.00
1.00 Children's Dresses $4 Values 1.00
1.00 1 Lot Children's Coats 1.00
All Men's Suits at One Third Less. All Boys' Suits
at Ana T!ii1 I
fix the boy for school.
CORNER FOURTH AND MAIN STREETS
A number of Springfield younK. lad
les had a plcnio sapper in the park
by the mill Friday erenlng In honor
of Miss Anna Young of Portland and
formerly of Springfield. Bach ono
took what they wished to contribute
toward the suppor and with the ex
ception of no sandwiches tho supper
was complete. Thoso enjoying the
lunch and camp fire stories wore:
Misses Lula Olio, Estolla Martin, Jes
sie Walker, Florence Collin, Lacy Co
penhavor, Alice Kester, Edna Swnrts,
Grace Walker, Olivo Smith .Anna
Young, and Luclle Copenhaver.
Mrs. A. F. Herrick entertained a
Flvo Hundred club of Eugene, Thurs
day aftornoon at her home on Sixth
and A Btreots. Mrs. Oeorge Fiske won
tho prizo. Thoso present wore: Mrs.
Stella Gage, Mrs. Bay Ernmorson, Mrs.
Gcorgo Fluke, Mrs. H. E. Slattory,
Mrs. M. Gross, of Eugene, Mrs. M. G.
Hutchinson of Wendling, Mrs Graco
Roberts and Mrs. A .F, Herrick of
NOTICE OP MEETING OF BOARD
Notice In harnhr rlrnn that t.
Board of Equalisation for Lane County,
uregon, will attend at the court bouse
In said county on the second Mon
day of September .being the 11th day
thereof, 1818, and publicly oxamlue the
assessment rolls and correct all errors
In valuation, description or qualities
of lands, lots or other property assess
od by the assossor; and It shall bo the
duty of persons Interested to appear
at the time and place appointed.
Dated this 19th day of August. 1D16.
BENJAMIN F. KKENEY
County Assessor for Lano County, Ore.
NOTD Taxpayers wishing to ex
amine their assessments before tho
mooting of the Board of Equalization
will ploaso call during tho week Im
mediately preceding same.
Aug. 24, 28, 31, Sept, 4, 7.
Tho local G. A. It. Circle gave a
chicken dinner for tho members and
their fainillos Friday aftornoon at tho
Woodman hall. Despite tho fact that
many are away picking hops a goodly
number attended. After tho dinner a
cjoscd meeting was held for tho members,
very little more now to paint a house
than It did a year ago. Probably not '
mort tb-m $2.00 on an avorage. Make '
your home beautiful with tho best
ralnt on the market--Phoonlx Pure
Paint. Ouaranted. Sold by J. C. Hoi
Wost Springfield, Sopt, 2. Mr, and
Mrs. Will Vincent left Fraday to cook
In a tie camp near Goshen.
Mlae draco Henderson who 1ms boon
visiting ut Vlncont's returned Friday
to hor homo in Lorano.
Mr. Henderson of Lorane is Visit
ing at VIncont's this weok ond.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Chllds and Iiirdlo
Sponcor spent a pleasant ovnulng at
tho Barbor rosidonce Friday.
Mr. H .E. Loo loft for Buoll Sntur
Mrs. Frank Ellison and daughtor ro
turned to Worldling Saturday.
GLYCERINE AND BARK
Thd simple mixture of buckthorn
bark, glyeorlno, etc., known as Aldor-i-lca,
astonlshos Sprlngflold people.
Bocuuho Aldcr-i-ka acts on BOTH low
er and upper bowel, ONE SPOONFUL
relieves almost ANY CASE constipa
tion, sour Htomnch or gas. It removos
such surprising foul mattur that a fow
doses ofton rollovo or prevent appen
dicitis. A short treatment helps
chronic troublo. Tho INSTANT, easy
action of Aldor-l-ka Is astonishing. M.
M. Peery Drug Co.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior. U, s.
Land Office at Rosebnrg, OrcKon,
August 2, 1916
Notice Is hereby given that Melzar
A. Rice, of Fall Creek, Oregon, who,
on January 31, 1013, made Homosrcnd
Entry, Sorlal No, OSBr.O, for tho S. K.
'4 of N. E. V of Section 20, Township
18 S., Rango 1 K Wllllmotto Meridian,
hns filed notice of Intention to make
Final Throo-yoar Proof, to establish
claim to the land nliovo doBcribed,
boforo I. P. Hewitt, U. S. Commission
er, at his ofllco, at Eugene, Oregon, on
tho 18th day of Soptombor, 1010.
Clnlmant names ns witnesses:
Adolphus Klntzloy, of Fall Creek,
Ed. Shoults, of Fall Crook, Oregon.
Logan Nnot, of Fall Creek, Oregon.
John KIsslngor, of Fall Crock,
W. H. CANON Iloglstor
Aug T.1C.1-1.17.C1 2i "iZV. Sopt. 7.11.14
H. SANDCATHE Proprietor
Repairing a Specialty
Main, hot. Fourth and Fifth. Phono 11
.?1(H) Reward, $1C0
Til. reader of tlilit pupiir will to
pleased to Irmn that tlieio lx at louut one
(Inuulfd dlscuso that wIihk'O lioa been
able to euro In nit Hh hiicuh, and that Is
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cliro U the only
punitive cure now l.nuwn to the medU'itl
fraternity. ChIuitIj hciiitf a const Inittwml
disease, return it roitilltijtlonul tront
mtmt. Hall'H l.ii irrh Cum In token In
tarnally, actlnu dln-tlly upon the bloud
nml mucous surfaceH of the syiilem. tli-re-
ny uoeiroyini; me lounaaiion or ins inn
i ease, ami Hiving the patient) strength hy
uuiH'invr up tiiB constitution ,nnu unsjannif
nil ui - In 'liilntf ltd work. The proprietor
have so mut-li C.lth In II curative pinv
era that thty oi. it' (mt Hutulrwl Dollwi
for any caw liiM ( Jjll: to no. I i-n't
for list of t'ctinvinlalr
AddrfMI V. 3 (I I.U Y . I , '
Hold by oil I'mn i;. '!,
XAlte Halt's Family l'!il;
O. R. Gullion, M.D.
Practice Limited tl
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
Graduate Nurse Attending'
306, White Temple, Eugene.
ROBERT BUIW8 Lodgo, No.
78. A. M. F- A ii clout ...i,i
t.ki.ifjHiiu uitWklinii lulu Vlll'
Vnt-unl nml Utrtnlitllr.
I "Jy i& MpnoiiB raeota first and third
Aj- i'Ti Frldnv nvnnlnir In W n rtr
hall. Visiting brothers wol'
rH P, A, Johnson
R. W. M
For a nrat clous shavo and
tho best hair cut over
"Made In Springfield"
Ono trial and you always
come back to tho
BISHOP & ENDICOTT
Your Credit Is always good
HERBERT E. WALKER
Office fn City Hall, Bprlnafleld, Ore.
W. F. WALKER
Office Phone 62; ficsldence 67-J
West Main 8t.
Amblors Dancing Academy
Euoene Phone 345
Loam to dunco boforo fall Hoason
ojioiih, Throo classoa wookly.
Chlldron'H fancy tlitticlng, Saturdays
2 P. in. Rales RoiiBoiinblo
Dr. ADALINE KEENEY FERRIS
Homeopathic Physician and 8ur0eon
Olllco, Ilnptlst Pnrsonugo
Corner Hocond and" C StrootB
HOUIta: 0 TO 12. PHONE 40
Attended to Promptly
Sprlngflold and Vicinity
Lcavo ordors at tho Nows Ofllco
S. E. STEVENS
Ld wards Brattain
For Farm and City Proporty
Exchannes a Specialty
Sprlngflold . Oregon