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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1916)
THURSDAY, SHPTIflMIllCIl, 7
TUB SPRINGFIELD NEWS
SOME EXTRA $1.00
H Cans Standard Milk ....$1.00
G pounds Good Coffee $1.00
12 Cans California Peas ...$1.00
ONE DAY ONLY - - - PHONE 9
Swarts & Washburne
Picnics, 8 lb. $1.00
, hi v! . s '
Good values in other
cured and f resh meats
for your Dollars at
ft 5 ,
1 ? 4 iJ k
Swarts & Washburne
"The Melting Pot" 1
- Tfie Biook of the Satae NfkWe I?
, R THE WORLD'S MOST ECCENTRIC ACTOR R
Price 5 and 15c
MATINEE and EVENING
Why not save and deposit in our Savings Department
one-twelfth of your total taxes each monthV By so dis
tributing the tax burden over the entire year, It will not
seom so heavy.
4 per cent on savings.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, EUGENE, OREGON,
IT 18 UNLAWFUL
To rob any birds' nosts except such
birds ob aro not protected by law.
To hunt without having hunting
llconso on porson, and to refuse to
show samo on demand of proper officer
or owner or representative of real
proporty where hunting.
To hunt at night.
To soli or havo In possession plum
ago of protected birds.
To bunt on any gamo rcserratlon.
To dlsgulso sex or kind of any game.
.To hunt door with dogs.
To llo In wait near licks whllo hunt
To soil gamo of any kind oxcopi
when propagatod according to law.
To shoot gamo from public high
ways or railroad rlghts-ofway.
To wantonly wasto game.
For aliens to hunt without a apodal
To shoot from any power, sink or
sneak boat or sink box.
To hunt on enclosed or occupied un
enclosed lands without permission of
To trap fur bearing animals without
To burn tulcs between February IB
and September 16, oxcoptlng by permit
from Stnto Game Yvardcn.
To havo In possession moro than 40
pounds of Jerked venison ,
To trap, not or ensnaro gamo ani
mals, birds or fUn, except as expressly
To hunt within tho corporate limits
of any city or town, public park or
comotroy, or on any campus grounds of
any public school, college or univer
sity, or within tho boundaries of any
watershed reservation as sot asldo by
tho United States to supply water to
cltlos, or within any national bird ot
To resist gamo wardeno or other of-
flcern charged with tho enforcement of
tho gamo laws.
To angle for any fish without having
a, license .on person, and to refuso to
show same on demand of proper oHl-cor.
To fish by any means other than br
hook and line.
To use salmon spawn In Willamette
river and tributaries south of East In
depondonco station, Marion county.
To cast lumber waste, dye, chemi
cals, decaying substance, etc., or to
uso powder or poisonous Substances in
To fish, at night or on stream within
00 foot below any flsnway.
To soli trout, bass, crapples, cat fish,
white fish or grayling.
To maintain an Irrigation ditch with
out having It screened at the intake.
The following are not protected at
any time: Duck hawk, sharp-skinned
hawk, prairie falcon, goshawk, English
sparrow, groat horned owl, northern
shrike, cormorants, American morgan-
sor, crows and ravens, magpies and
West Springfield. Sept. C Mrs.
Ethol Jolllff who has boon liolnlni?
Gladys Leo with her ' fruit canninrr
burnod her arm with hot water Tuesday.
Misses Maybello and Mao Prltts com-
moncod picking hops Monday.
Samuel Coffy and fnmilv from AH.
zona visited nt PrlttV Sunday.
Itay Vincont and Mr. K6se left Tugs-
day lo work In tho tlo camp.
Mlseos Dola and Ruby Vincent will
bo with their parents 'this weok.
Ed Grawford rotumod from Buoll
Sunday and will remain permanently.
Miss Myrtle Little from Cottatre
Grove vllsltod at tho Loo homo Wed
CEDAR FLAT ITEMS '
Quite a number from hore are pick
ing hops 'at the Hill yard.
Miss uuby Sutherland visited her
mothor, Mrs. Prod Thatcher Thurs
day. . -"t--i i y-imrxxQ
Goorgo Easton was in Eugeno Fri
Mrs. E .Conloy spont Friday and
Saturday with hor mothor in Spring-
Mr, W, M. Cooloy and grand-
dnughtors Abblo and Josophlno woro
In Eugono Saturday. '
Itlchard Hart of Florence, Montana
Is homo visiting his parents.
H. C. Hart and Miss Julia Godsoy
woro in Eugono Saturday.
Mrs. 0, T. Pinkston and daughter
Throso woro in Eugono last weok.
Mlssos Julia GodBoy, Eva and Stella
Hart callod on Mrs. It. Parrott Wed
Donna, Sopt. fi.E. L. Itoborts aud
fnmlly from tho McKenslo valley are
moving on tho A. Lathrop placo, which
has roeentfy been purchased by Mr.
Mrs. Fred Summers who, has been
visiting at tho home of Mrs. Frank
Ithono has returned to hor horns in
MIbb Evelyn Miller who has been
visiting at (ho homo of J, li. Ilobortson
has returned to hor home In Spring
field. Miss Hester Ward from Fisher's mill
Is working at the horn oof Jamos
Edwin Johnson of Eugeno visited
at the homo of Miss Jennie Turner
Saturday and Sunday,
Mrs. Cora Gustln, Mrs. M. A. Trun
not and son, Miss Kate Hay den, Mrs.
Fred Argath and daughter little Muriel
wcro In Eugno and Springfield on busi
ness last weok.
Miss Ethlyn Nicholson has been
sick for the past fow days but is feel
ing better now.
Thore Is to he a business meeting
of the Donna Christian church Wed
nesday, Sept. ?. Tho meeting Is for
tho purpose of raising money to meet
Rev. N. R. Workman, pastor of tho
Christian church of Marcola, preached
to tho people of Donna Saturday.
J. IL Hayden Is having the founda
tion laid for his new residence.
J. J. Lewis shipped his last car load
ow wood to Eugene Monday Sept 4.
Altogether thls-makcs about one hun
dred and sixty cords of oak and ash
wood which ho has shipped to the Wil
liams Fuel company this summer.
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AMD WICLBtvlor. I 1 .'
WHEN oooe you know W-B CUT Owwh
you are wise to rich tobacco. And when a
man once knows quality he's got no patieBce
with ordinary tobacco. You like the way the touch ot
salt brings but the Savor also that a little nibble out
lasts a big wad of ordinary two for one and bow it does
satisfy! Dealers that want your trade keep W-B
CUT Chewing 10c a pouck.
mdt ly fRMAR-KOTOif COMfAXT, V. Stmi, Kr O'
H .C. Auld of Eugene was in Donna Audrey Lewis last week.
last Thursday on business.
J. B. Robertson has shut down his
mill for the present
j John Adams has. made a lot of cider,
J. H. Kennedy and family left for
tho Hammitt brothers' hop ynrd todav.
Miss Lottie McMurry of Marcola
visited at the borne ot ner friend Miss
There was to be a. young peoples'
party at the Donna hall, last Saturday
evening, but on account of the heavjr
rain only six were teere.
Two is a couple,
Three Is a crowd, , i
Six at a party
Is ail the rain allowed.
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