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THE SPRING FIELX NEWS
COX & cox
Dollar Day Specials
All Specials on Sale for Cash
One Day Only, Saturday, September 9
DRY GOODS SPECIALS
8 yds. curtain scrim
10 yds. dress gingham
9 yds. dress percale
3 yds. dress mohair
20 yds. wash dress goods
5 prs. ladies burson hose
4 corset covers, regular 35c
3 corset covers, regular 50c
l.oo $1.5o ladies gowns
l.oo 1.25 ladies waists
l.oo All ladies dress skirts
7 yds. kimona crepe
Men's Furnishing Goods Specials
Reg.5oc men's undershirts 3 for l.oo
Reg.Soc men's un. drawers 3pr. l.oo
Reg. 1.25 men's dress shirts l.oo
13 pr men's canvas
5 men's ties
Reg. 10 cent men's socks 13 prs,
Reg. 25 cent men's dress socks 5 pr.
16 lbs. white beans $l.oo
6 lbs. roast bulk coffee l.oo
3 lbs. Dwight Edwards depen
dable coffee l.oo
25 bars clean easy soap 1 .00
25 bars white wonder soap 1 .00
15 lbs. 20 m t borax powder l.oo
5 pkg. 20 m t borax chips l.oo
50 lbs. blue ribbon dairy salt .65
50 lbs. re washed half ground salt .33
lOOlbs. rewashed half ground salt. 60
1 doz. wide mouth mason jars pts..59
1 doz. wide moutn mason jars qts. .69
1 doz. wide m. mason jars half gal. 8 9
1 sk. princess hard wheat flour 1.50
1 sk. booster flour 1.25
PEERY DRUG CO.
Dollar Day Specials
$1.00 Rexall Hair Tonic
25c Rexall Shampoo
Anv 1.(10 Pntont Morli'rnn ) RK
Any 25 Cent Article in the Store for $.100
$1.50 Hot Water Bottles
Any Five 25 Cent Articles e ... M
in the Store for 1-00
$1.50 Fountain Syringes
Two 50 Cent Articles and
Any 25 Cent Article
Other Items Especially Priced for This Sale Only
25c Rexall tooth paste 16c
25c violet Dulce talcum 1 7c
25c Vogue complexion powder 19c
25c camphorated cold cream 21c
3 10c bars toilet soap 20c
50c violet Dulce complex powd. 39c
20c tooth brushes 13c
$1.00 hot water bottle 73c
75c hot water bottle t- 54c
25c Natures remedy 19c
50c Mentholatum r 37c
35c Fletcher's Castora , 123c
50c Sloan's liniment 39c
25c White Pine cough-syrup 19c
15c bottle Peroxide
10c bottle grape juice
25c Rexall white liniment
$1.00 Sloans liniment
25c Dewitts early risers
15c Blue Jay corn plasters
15c linen tablets
10c linen envelopes j
25c linen box paper
50c box paper
35c correspondence cards-
County Court Consider Nmo
of Officials; Will Um Grant
PLANS ALREADY APPROVED
Over $200,000 Will 8 Rf4 by
Lam County Whin Back Ta
TwaUUva plan Uti tn mail
by the county court to srect a large
'addition to the courthouse In rase the
thrw years' back Uica on the Oregon
and California railroad grant land
' In tbla county ar paid to the county
.by the government.
I An architect baa drawn the bluo
! print plana for the addition and while
no official action ha been taken on tho
project and none can be taken until
the money la actually In hand, It l
Mid to be the deOnlte Intention of the
county court to go ahead with it if tho
' money ia received.
1237.192.48 Taxes Due
Uom Mathows, who tint a atoro at
Knight's bop yrJ "I Yarnoll.
J. K. Haiti Is drying hops for Geo.
Knight at Ynrucll.
Mr. and Mr. J. J. Chase spent Hun
day with Mr. and Mrs. Charllo Jack.
Mrs. A. M. Drown was in Waltervlllq
on business Thursday morning.
Mr. Masterson went lo Bprlnglold
Tb Milllvao brothers of Walter
Till are thrashing for the farmers
Mrs. . V. Harlley and family, Mr.
KU flya and daigbter, Lata, Mrs. Illll
and the Crabtrt girls are home from
Knight's bop yard.
Tbsy have Just luUhsd lb early
bops and will return for the late hops
Mrs. Charlie Carr baa returned to
Eugene after visiting with bor mother,
Mrs. J. J. Chase.
The total amount of taxes dun I.ane
county on these lands for tho years
1913. 19H and 1915 Is I237,19:.4&. The
state and county's share of this sum
Is $162,122. After the state tax Is
deducted there nil! bo an ample sum
with which to erect this addition, also
. considerable left over, it is estimated
. for other purposes.
The blue print plans call for a full
two-story addition with a basement, to
'be erected at the northeast corner of
' the building. The exact dimensions
of the addition bare not been made
public but the plans call for the exten-
: ston of the building to Park avenue on
the north end to Park street on the
Building Badly Crowded
For many years the need of raoro
room in the courthouse has been ap
parent. Nearly all departments of the
j county's business are crowded for
lacx or space and one or tne county
' officials county school superintend
enthas been compelled to rent offices
down town for the past five or six
Tho assessor is In bad quarters In
the courthouse, tho sheriff Is crowded
when the tax collection time comes
and the county treasurer has too small
j a room. Tho county clerk's otnee
.could also be enlarged to advantage
More vault room Is absolutely needed
for the clerk, as tho two vaults now In
use are crowded with the records of
the office and thore is no room for the
constantly accumulating new records
It Is said that a general rearrange
ment of tho offices will bo made when
he addition Is completed. ltcglstcr
Walker Whiteside's Melting Pot
nellovnlg the people of SprlngfleY
and vicinity will be pleased to hr.v
the opportunity of seeing tho "MELT
INO POT" the management of th
Hell Theatre has secured at a large
expense, this spectacular masterpiece
for one day only, Saturday the ninth
both afternoon and evening. Nearly
every one has read the book, so there
Is little need of relating the story
With the co-operation of tho Spring
field merchants It Is possible to pre
sent this wonderful film at the very
low price, of 5 and 15 cents, otherwise
It would be higher.
Marcola, Ore. Sept. 2. Mrs. Henry
Qergerson has been til for tho last few
days, but Is Improving now.
Mr. and Mrs. F. K. LaJola and fam
ily motored to Kugenn Friday.
B. Dccrfllnger of Kugeno was In
Marcola Thursday to Instruct a music
George Rchwlnd of Portland Is vis
iting relatives here,
Mr. and Mrs. II .M. Anderson mo
tored to Wcndllng Friday,
Mr. Herman Mason returned Friday
from a hunting trip up tho Mohawk.
Chas. Maple returned Wednesday
from Portland where ha has been vis
iting his parents.
A. F. Rcltxel left hero Thursdny.
, Pacific Conservatory of Music
731 Wlllamttte Strttt
VIOLIN INSTRUCTION VOICE
VIOLA ON ALL PIANO
CELLO WIND IIAJ1MONY
DAS8 INSTRUMENTS THEORY
The School of Music where all tho
, Legitimate Instruments and Musical
j Studies are Instructed.
Mrs. Ellsworth Crocker, Sec and Treat.
To all who wilt tako n term of i2
lessons I will giro
TWO LESSONS FREE
Tho two free lessons will glvo
you a piece of china ready for tho
Now Is n good time to begin to
prepare for Xtnaa.
rdors solicited. 338 A street
MRS. M. D. PALMER
Mrs. N. V. Brown, Mrs. F. Smith
and Miss Irva Smith called at tho
Momb home Wednesday.
Miss Gllma Kaldor of Deerhora wot
In the village Wednesday shopping.
Miss Irvo Smith and Miss Malena
Momb spent Wednesday night wltl
tho Misses Roslne and Gllma Kaldor
I at Deerhorn.
I Mr, Herbert Smced Intends to com
menco hop picking In his yard Mondav
If tho weather permits.
Mr. M. Momb threshed at tho M,
C. Nown placo of Deerhorn Thursday,
Ted Gallauer took freight to Hluo
nivor Thursday nnd returned homo
me juinican uroiiiors aro now
threshing in tho Camp Creek district.
Charllo Svarweml of Eugene Is
spending several days on tho Mc
Kenzlo at tho Momb home.
Showers of rain were folt In this
community Friday nlglit nnd Saturday.
Many pooplo of this vlllago aro gr
ing to camp at .Hill's .-by Thurston to
Tho Junior. Q. JO,, buslnoBs mooting
was hold In, tliochurch Friday night.
Camp Crook,. Soptombor, 2 Mr. nnd
Mrs,, Will Crabtroo from Portland And1
JO. M. Duryco nnd daughters DoEhPof
Springfield visited nt J, A. Crabtroo's
Charlie Stephens; is workliiK on tin
thresher at Donna, .
Cheater Stephens and Frod'Crnbtreo
were in Donna on Saturday.
Mri. .Will Ituth of Thurston .visited
with JW parents ro; Wojltiojsday,
Mr. PJW..(Tliurman (s Vo'rkfng for
DR. J. E. RICHMOND
HONES Office, 3; Residence, 11W
Ovor Commercial Bank,
for Sale, Rent, Wanted, En.
FOR RENT: Furnished house on
Eight and D streets. T. J. Mc
Cracken. MUSIC l LSONsi Ms. A. a ICnopp
who has loft tho city has turned hor
class over to mo. Phone 1047-T.
Ilolen Robinson, Klnculd Park. U.
of O. Gruduato.
PEACHES: Rest Ponchos nt $1.00
bu. dolivored or at F. G. Young's
orchard, 81.00 bu. for firsts nnd ,7Cc
TO TRADE One span mares, welcht
1000 pounds, 8 years old, In good
condition, hnrnoss nnd wagon for
second-hand Ford. Call at John
Soavoy's hop yard. Dick Jonos".
WANTED Experienced girl for gon
nral houso work. Apply to 710 O
streot, Springfield. t2.
LOST Pink cameo ring with silver
band at picnic Tuosday. Return to
Nows olllco .
OH SALE Nino aero farm ono fourth
mllo oast of Croswoll. Rlvqr bottom
land all In Cllltlvntlnn' Tina fmir
acres of luganborrlos, ond iuid aovon
eighths ncros In rod raspborrloo in
bearing Intormlnglod wl'lh four yonr
otilnpplo troos. Has 'Iioubd, barn,
ahd-'moderh cMekoh houses ' with
foncod in pnrks. Can ho had at a
bargain. Address A31. caro of tho
FOR SALTS OH TRADE--Small fruit
ranch within sight of Croswoll. Will
conBldor trado on Springfield real
donco . . property) Address, 0 31,