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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1916)
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: Town and Vicinity
Mr. nml Mm. J. H. Parhor'of Doxtor
woro Friday Sprlngflold visitors
Claud Noit ot West Bprlngfjold Iim
boon reported ns boInK Quito III.
Fred Klngswlth of Portland Is vis.
Itlng. In Sprlngflold.
Mrs, Frank Larimer of Walla Walla.
lii.lii town for n fow day.
.Wotor wjn.KB nt roery's .
Ijrs, Frank Nelson of Brownsville
Anna McCormlck, of Lobnnon, arrlv.
td Thursday. Miss McCormlck will
teach 'herd In tho grados.
Horn: To Mr. and Mrs. Dolph
Dowdy, ot Spores 8ldlnB. Friday morn-
Ing, September 22, u fino 9-pound son.
Key. M J, Chllds, of tho Froo Moth-
odlst church In West Springfield, has
returned fro.m Cottage Grove.,
Indies' and chtldrans' shoos. Wolf
Fred-Lomloy and Porry Richardson
loft Friday afternoon for tho North
fork on a hunting, nud fishing trip.
w Mr, and Mrs. Loo Clark attendod
tho Junction City "Puuklri" show Sat
urday. Mrn.,J, H. Brown of Kugonu spent
quo day last week; here visiting with
Hop .picking at tho Ivan Anderson
yard woh. finished Saturday, an.d was
celebrated tho night boforo by a taffy
Shoos and rubbers at Wolf and Mil
lor's. , Ilonusr, Jones of Portland Is visiting
5t tio hopes of his cousin, Mrs. II. A.
'nrf, aijd of his aunt, Mrs. J. N.
Ap "all-nlgh.t dance- was hold at
Sajroy'p bo.yard Saturday night, tho
occasion, being tho finishing, of hop
picking for this yoar.
Mlra.V. A. Lambort and children ro
turned Friday from Lawrenco Kdraond-
bou'b hop yard, whoro thoy have boon
camped for tho post th.reo weeks.
Cloves, overalls, shirts and box at
Wolf & Minor's.
Now subscribers nddod to tha Nows,
list Frldoy aro F. A .Wosolowska, John
Hotels, 492 Hast Uurnsldo street,
Portland, and tso Homo Restaurant
.Tho two small daughters of Mrs.
Tllllo Luther, VornltA anil Jaunltn,
who have boon 111 for tho past throo
or four weoks with tho whooping
cough, uro now getting hotter.
Hop picking will continuo at tho
Seavoy ranch for a wook longer as a
number aro leaving In ordor to got
ready for school, which began this
"Shout for "Liberty."
, Among tho Snturday. shoppers In
town woro Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Mastor
gfcson, Camp Creok; C. H. Ward. Camp
Creok; and Glen Owen and Tom Car
noy, Cedar Flats
, Mrs. Charles Fisher and son .loft
Friday, for Bond, whoro tho family
will rcsldo. Mra. Fisher, who has
IjoW living at Mabel, has -been-Visiting
In this city with hor mothotMrs.
f Tliero la somthing about
s, Grnpe-NutB food that
6 brightens ono up Infant or
adult, both phyalcally and
Ju&t Its delightful flavor,
and tho -nutriment o. whole :
wheat and barley, Includ
ing. their wonderful body
owJM' Ulnuneuvo, uohciouh
"Thrii.ai RWWw1 J
'- ' i- JLU'-W-iLUl
Urn, I'rlco'H canning powders at
Vanry'H Drug Hloro,
Mr, nml Mm, D. H. IlrownJoU Sntur.
ilny morning for Bond, Oregon, nftor
throo weeks' tay In thin city at tho
; io ot Mrs. Hollo Bpong. Mr. nnd
Mr' 1,rown ttro ",ovlK l UoD trom
Minn Georgia Itouso loft Saturday
( for Qprvalo whoro tilio has a position
ln 1,10 "chools for tho coming yean
J Mliiu House- has boon living on Fourth
(and F strootB, tho family having re
contjy movod to ths city from near
I Don't mls tho first opleodo of
"Liberty" at tli6 Boll Thursday.
Miss Harriot Vilas, of Portland, who
will loach tho fifth grado In the local
j schools tho coiuJn,K terra, arrlvod horo
Thursday ovoning, and Is now settled
nt tno Homo ot Mrs. Jennottu iticJiuni
so,n on Sixth nnd U stroots. This will
bo Miss Vllns' first year horo.
Miller's Shoo Oroaso at Wolf & Min
or's. Mrs. Loo Clark, Mrs.' J. P .Fry, Mrs.
Vina McLean and Mrs, AI Montgomery
nttendod tho anniversary exorcises of
tho GC year after founding of tho Ho
bokah lodgo in Kugono, Wednesday
overling. Thoy onjqyod the fino pro
gran and refreshments.
Mlko Laffa, of Coos county, an old
timer of Springfield, and for many
yoars lumber Inspector for the S. P.,
spont Thursday In town visiting with
old friends,, while on routo to San
Francisco. Mr. Laffa still owns prop
erty In Springfield.
For tho boat .up-to-date .shoo repair
ing, try Hail tho Shoo Doctor. Fifth
and Main streets.
Luis Logul, of Wcndllng, who haB
boon in tho Eugene hospital for throo
months with a - broken and mashed
legjeft. tho,. hoaphal, yesterday ajad. Js
ablo to walk without tho. aid of
prutches. TJio leg was, broken, bo
twoon tho knoo nnd ankle.
. Fresh ripe strawberries arc being
brought to tho local market., otory,
day, and aro. as sweet and delicious
as. tha ones brought, in early, la tho
season. Tho local .gardeners say. It Is
qulto unusual to havo such a heavy
yield at this time.
Good roliablo Are Insurance. No as-
soBsments; no membership foo. Pay
ones and you are dnno. H. E. Walker
at tho City Hall.
Ono of tho horses which Is driven
to tho general delivery wagon, slipped
and foil to tho pavement ln front of
Kotols' drug store, Friday morning,
Two or three men woro required to
nsalat it In rising, but tha animal was
Tho Ilooth-Kolly Lumber company
Thursday hauled 3,000 feet et lumbor
to bo used on tho Sprlngflold county
bridge Tho Ilooth-Kolly company
also hauled lumbor for tho brldgo at
Judklns' point, which gavo away a fow
"Shout for Llborty."
Miss Stella Pongra of Eugene Is
spending tho day with her mother;
Mrs. A. nigolow,
Ed-Dompler purcrasod thoiX3ldstad,t
property on west E stroot, ono block
from tho high school; last woeki
Mrs. Howard Loldy of Marcolanwaa
discharged from tho local hospital 6v
Just' rocqlyod; a nice now, lino tof
school suppllos and tablets, at. Nlpo, &,
Miller's. Every pupil buying 250 worth,
of us wo will gtvoT a pencil and clip'
Mr .and Mrs. John Wrazonrold mo
tored to Pleasant Hill yos'terday and
spent, tho day with 'Mr. and Mrs. J, L.
.. W. P. Elliott of, Fall Creek came In
yesterday to visit , with Mrs. Elliott,
who has rocently undorgono an oper
ation at tho Springtlold hospital.
. Del Hlnson has returned from Shodd
whoro ho has spont tho summor vaca
tion. Ho will conttnuq his "tudlcs at
tho Unlvqrslty of Oregon.
Nick Lamborty, special representa
tive of Albors BroUiora Milling com
pany, arrlvod horo Friday ovoning for
a throo-day visit with his mothor, Mrs.
N. A. Itowo.
ArthUB, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W.
'Mnchon, ot Sprlngflold arrlvod this
morning from Callfornla 'in an' auto to
visit at tho-homo'ot his pnronts.
. John. Wlnzonrold 'i;a.da.a. trlp.to.Eut
gQDQ Inst, oYonlng to vjalt, a. iiaphow.
John Gllfroy, who .la 'In .the ha'spital)
fthoro. Mr; GUtrey. had' a log broken
bqutt twq( mbhths ago. ,
Slkqa has tho best yellow-moated
jCanjqloupos ot the season.
'tno w. u. w, jot Hpringnem are
making, nrangeniouts for a Social good
time, Tuesday ovoning, Oqt,,' A "gopd
oraji), is uxpociuti anu ioib oi goou
mis. Ail momDors' ana inoir famiuos
tloMffd to lrn that thorn, H dtlet.on
ttMtoecl 'tlMt MlmM- Ms bH
nble to cur: Is at.IU tM, atM'thst I
Catnrrh; Iinll'i Colnrrli Curo in (lie ohfy
ponltlva cum now known to iM mroMc!
fraternity, Cnlnrrh bHiiK a conatltutlonai
(tlioiuv, rniulrin a conatltuttonal trtit
mcnt. Hall's Cntnrrli Cum it taken In
lorjmtly, nalliiK (llrcnll upon tha blood
ana mucous surfaces of tho yslm, thre
by deitroylnff tho founrtiitfon of th dl
rn, nnd sIvlnr thA pntfont slrenRth by
nnd nlvlne; tli pi
l.tillillntf up the conatlliitlon nnd Ml(lnf
iinturo'in dulna; Its. work. Tim proprietors
rrn that Ihey ofTer Ono Hundred Dollirs
for any cana that It falls to euro.
for Hit of tMtlmonmU.
Aaarmt r. j. i-iiknj;t a co., tokoo, u.
Xold l.y all Droralal. lie.
Taka Haifa Family i'lll
aro cordially Invited to attend.
Horn: to Mr. and Mrs. John Franzwa
nt tho homo of Mrs. Fninzwa'a parents
Mr. nnd Mrs. lialley ot Springfield
Junction, on Saturday evening, a 8on,!?ld 'Wn" "yotem. They can oven
Mr. and Mrs, Franzwa at Irving.
Boo Mario Walcamp In "Liberty" at
tho Hell ovory Thursday.
Englnoor Lolund Parsons reports
that thp work of Improving South Sec-
ond stroot around tho hill is about
finished and ho thinks they will fin-
IMi t'hn nritlrn toll hn'fnrn tho niln be.
o. n ,vAJ
"'T . ' ' Ti
son arrvod this afternoon from East'
orn Oregon to take cliargo of tho Ma
kenson ranch at Camp Creek. His
family arrlvod from tho eastern part
of tho state several days ago.
Keop tho files off tho cows with "Fly phant and three herds of grown-up
Uouncor" 7Cc a gallon at Peery's. ones, Including Snyder, tho elephant
M. L. Franco is suffering with a who wn,k ,lko a man and the on,y
carbuncle which has appeared on tho ! o!Phant carrying Its trainer on Its
second finger of tho right hand. Tho!""- .There aro forty fun-making
troublo began with a blackberry thorn, ' downs and Jumping-Juplter,the cham
which ho pricked at. and which has I P'on auto hurdling horse of the world,
continued to grow worse However, I Tncn as special features there are
it 1b getting better, ho says. Jo Wlllard. "champion heavyweight
of tho world." and Frank GotcH'wrete-
Itoy Calms returned from Corvallls u,ng champjon of u,e WOrld." Jess
last ovoning whoro ho has been for , w,ani milUo hi8 flrgt appearance
throo days playing baseball at tho Den- h tho. artna ,n hia to)d role of covboy
ban County Fair. Mr. cairns piayeu
abort stop on tho Harrlsburg. nine
which defeated tho Corvallls team 4-3
and 3-2 on Friday and Saturday.
"Shout for "Liberty."
Clarenco Ht;l plans to lcavo Satur
day for Camp Crook, whero ho will
open a. aorennth.. terni of
and Ibis -will bo hia flrst-tonajat teach-
No uo to.,be sick when Dr.. Murphy
the magnetic healer-Is In our midst.
office Is 305 Main street, Springfield,;
orpgpn. - &iSiMi
Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Dlmm and
daughter Mary Dorthea, of Portland
spent Saturday, and- Sunday- at the
homo ot J. C. Dlmm and family. Mr.
Dlmm has just returned from the Mex
lean bordor whero ho served as a non-
commissioned olllcer in company H, or
Mlsa Minnie Dcavor underwent an
operation at tho ofllco of a lotal phy
sician this morning for tho removal of
a growth on tho lace, which has been
prosont for several years . Sbo Is re
ported to bo doing nicely.
Dr. Koonoy-Forrls having returned
from hor vacation, will bo found In her'
otneo at tho Baptist parsonage dur-
ing inq loronoons. - Corvaln8t
Rev. nnd Dr. Koenoy-Ferris returned ; Mrs. J. H. Smith of Natron was
from their vacation last Friday even-; shopping in Springfield Saturday,
Ing, completing tho samo by walking Mr. and Mrs. A. J Knight were,
over thp Columbia highway from Cas- among those registered at the- Elite
cadq LockB to Crowns Point Between Friday night. Mr: Knight- is an em
thoso two points is found tho most j ployo of tho Willamette-Pacific rail
beautiful sconery and should be taken
into account when It 1b said . "Seo
Amorlqa.JSjrjst.:' Mr- and,.Mxs. Eccria
woro delighted with, tho trip and insist
that it is tho only way to seo It
.-, No-, nse to bo-alck' whem'Dr,; Murphy
,tbQ,,magnQtlc. healer, ialn .our.iraldst.
office. Is 39S Main street, Springfield,
G6od .audiences werer.ln avttondancp
at the services at thq, Daptit church
yesterday. Tho instrumental music
.'under -tho dlroctl6tiof ,Mr. Sapenfield.
.waa. greatly appreciated. An -all-day
mooting was hold, dinner being sorved
ln tha rooms below, after which the
uiuwi fuqiiuB uu.uiyuiiuui uihuo.b
i .1 j.i ii.. m..-
took p)acq. During this business sesa
ion, Doacon Emory presided as mod-
orator. At tho close ot which a num
ber, of toasts were given with mingled
humor and sorlouBiioss which woro
full of splendid suggestions and reso
lutions for tho coming year, Mr. Tru
man Chaso acted as toastmastcr to
tho delight of ovory one presont.
"Llborty" tho most timely of all
plays at tho Boll ovory Thursday,
Ed Dompior local blacksmith bought
bought lot 3 ln block 18 on west E
streot from Messrs Palno. and Klov
dahl qf Eugono this morning. Mr,
Do'mpler will Improve the property
nnd move. Into tho hbuuo to mnko it
hia, homo, within a few weeks.
., True. economy ls.whatwo save la the
Ipng.run. , Tbo,wIso man foods hia colt
to male It grow. ,. Ho pastures his cow
to get a good flow ot milk" and paints
h.l.,bom)Q o mahe It. last It costal
very iittio more now. to paint a nouse,
tlian' it' did' a year ago. Probably not
more than $2.00 on an average. Mak
your hprae hoautlful with the bast
"uafcit. on the i.itu'rt Pheqntx Purp
Pa'lnt, Quaruiiicv.' .0 by J, O. Hob
SE ATS DON'T PALL AT'
SElis-FLOTO CIRCI& i
SINCE NEW INVENTION
Evn Travclllna ,5how Has Taken?
"Safety First" Work
Thru tho Invention of William Cur
tis superintendent of tho Sclls-Floto
circus, which will appear nt Eugene
tomorrow, no matter how tho wind
may blow, no matter what storms
thoro may be, there Is no danger In
tho circus. Tha scats cannot fall,
thoy aro guyed together with cables
of steel Instead of being placed by tho
uo eruciuu uu a jmvvu airuui, uuu nviu
safely twlco as many persons as tho
room provides for. Tho poles of tho
circus cannot bo blown down, for' tho
samo reason, that their guy ropes are (
of steel. The tent cannot ourn ue-
5 cause It has been flrdproofedi Not a
feature has been neglected about 'tho
Kroat Sells-Plotd clrcds to make it
i absolutely safe.
According to tbo promises tliaf have
btieji made; there's much that Is worth
seeing this year. Am oil g the exciting
things Is to be the riding of Rosa-j
Itosaland, who is tho only woman to-i
master the feat of somersaulting from
horso to horse. There's a baby elo-
at tho nead of tne.Baffa0 BI1I Wild
West Cpwjjqys. III.b. second, apppar
ancd- wj b? In concert when hj;
will appear In ring Qostupe aid with
his sparing partner lnttstjatc'how. ho.
won the championship and the punches
given In hfs latisV figMt" with1 Frank-
M'oran at Madison Square- Garden.-
jotch, thehercU,eS ofthe
. , . un,.i
UUAlUf IUUO uvauiufe- aa vinnyw"
program with tbo- world's -chamlott'
circus cannot faU to attract both
young and -old.-
isjStck; Become; Insanq'.
Andrqw Monroe, ot Florence,' wia
brought out on the WJUafflgye Pft;
clflb train iThurtaday afternoon for
treatment at the expense of the county
as' ho was sick. He was taken, to .the
j Springfield bospjtal and soon alter
taken there became violently insane.
Deputy Sheriff D. A. ElklnS and Dr.
W, (2. Choshlre.county physician, came,
over and took him to Eugene, placing
htm in the county Jail.
Mrs. Jim Clark spent the weekend
In Salem with Mr. L. Clark
Among those registered at' the
Knrlnirfinld hotel Frldav wfere: B. P.
Vn,HOn. j. Woinh. n. wnlls and Bob
MIUoPi Albanyi ana Jes3 Williams, of
Mrs, R .A. McMunn left Saturday, for.1
Jloquiam, Washington, whoro she. joins'
. J. C. Wallaco of Natron IsrepprtedJ
.to. bo rocoYartag-vate,rr being,, kicked.
by a-horse several daysgev
. Sugar Climbs Again:, la,-Naw7J.' J
Stnco ten days ago, whin sugar -Birt.;
idonly k dropped from, , iSJM ' to ' IJ.ih
.thoro have been .two,. 1&. cent advoae
10 cent advance; so that the, lotiftli mats'
kot is now 76B.
Dannrtnient nf 'Vt TnfjirliSri TT H.
L.ana uiiica at iloseburg', Oregon;
September. 23. 1910
Notice is hereby trlVen that Audio'
T. Dohoho, 6f Vida, Oregon;' who? oh'
Entry, Serial No. 09093, f6rL6tB'C and1
r. I . m 'e ... . n ,rl r' '
I UUU C4 ft Ol D W 'A Ol OOCUOJX 10,
Township 10 S, Range 2 E. Willamette'
Meridian, has filed notice of intention1
to make Final Threo-year Proof, to es
tablish claim to tho land above de
scribed, before I. P. Hewitt, U. S.'
Commissioner, at his ofllco, at Eugene,
Oregon, on tho 3rd day of November
Claimant names as witnesses
Lloyd Tucker, of Vida, Oregon,
Vorno Chllson, of Vida, Oregon;
JuIIub Bock, of Vida, Oregon.
Benjamin MInney, of 'Vida, Oregon.
W. II. CANN6N. Register1
Sop. 25, 2?, Oct, 2,5,0,i2.1(f,I9;23,26j30
1 Sorlncfleld Dionle-ard. astonlfth'e
tho JNSTANT' action, 'of , BltiJi)10Vbftk
thorn bark, glycoWn8.irtttV fcjfftx1fi
ijmont, 'ANY ,CASXWnAteiiir
flt:6ma,jh of -gait, BeuseV.AidjfrMa,
aula uu uuui iuitoi uuu uyrafm4-Ytfffi
a few. doses often relievo or preveni
anDondicltla. . A. shont treatment holps
chronic stomach trouble,, Hi M. par.y.
111 ' . , .1 I n. i i l IT - i I" i. i ' "
HI. M WWVHTiKi cffs TaW-SaW I-
' I 1 pmxruatH&Mfu ytaJjaaMr - mtatc pace I '
111. .WAKUW VWtTOMI "J?
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Starting Thursday, September 2ota
fgj i-ife a " "' " s ' 'C i : . . . ...... Sly
MS X YES
OUt NC3RMAL NOT IfitiVGH,
Oroir. has -btiuoae-. Normal ySheoL Thl acbool
Is located, at Monmouth.. Excellent a la tae. work
of Uils school it is ntterly unable to. .supply but a.
smairpart of " tho need for 'trained teachers' tor' the
Stite. "Of rhora-thart Wchool teacher, In the-public chool
of Oreoon, but 13 per cent haVe been trained forxthelr
profemon-of teaching In Normal School.
It ils a well established fact .that our one Normal
School- cannot supply the needs Of the entire state.
That is why. we ask lor your- work and vote for ike
proposed Eastern Oregon State Normal School at
GIVE EASTERN ORECON SQUARE DEAL
Eight counties In the Willamette Valley have employed
during the' past five years, 203 teachers who have gradu
ated from the Monmouth .Normal as against 73 Monmouth
Normal School graduatea for the elgnt leading counties
of Eastern Oregon. .sc
ouring the past five years the attendance of students-
from nine Willamette Valley counties was 77 students
as against 91 students from nine of the leading counties
of Eastern Oregon.
Owing to tho crowded condition of our ono Normal
at Monmouth and also the distance and expense of
attending, students from Eastern Oregon ore com
pelled to go to neighboring states to secure their
training as teachers.
ONLY COSTS 4 CENTS PER S 1,000
The' annual maintenance cost of the proposed State
Normal School In Eastern Oregon amounts to but one
26th of a mill or 4 cents on a thousand dqtlars of taxable
property, lan't It worth this to h:ve your children trained
to become useful and productive clttzensl
Among those who strongly endorse the establish
ment of tho proposed Eastern Oregon .Normal School
are Gdvernor' AVithycombe,. J H. Ackerman, Presi
dent of the Monmouth State Normal', W. J. Kerr,
President- of .the Oregon Agricultural College; P. L.
Cajaphell. President of the State University Robert
C. French, former1 President of tho Weston. Normal,
and 'practically ill of the leading educators of the
State. J. A. Churchill. Superintendent ot Public to
structton, voices, the sentimenta of those who- are
most, famll'ar with the need ot more adequate Normal
facilities when he says;-
'''Oregon'' greatest need for Its rural schools Is the
teacher who "as had full preparation to dp .herwvlcr
Sdch 'preparation can' best come. through Normal School
Vtrust that the Afoterf the. state, will assist In ralsn,
the: standard 6f our school by establishing a State Nor-1
mi) School at Pendleton. The. location Is central,, the'ln-.
t ere it of 'the! peodle of 'Pendleton" In education most excel.
nt,and the large number of rpuplls; In the public sche4
will give ample opportunity to atudents to get the amount
of 'teaching prfcettte required 1n a standard nurmal'school."
All the above, educators- Insist that a Standards
Normal Schcol must be located ln a town of. 6000
or more population and having enough grade pupils
tor teaching practice.
By .voting YES for No. 308 you wtlt help to. give to the
echool children 'of 'Oregon -the same advantage enjoyed
by the school children of our neighboring states.
Vote YES for No. 308. (
Eastern Oregon State Normal School CommHtne
By J. H. Gwlnn, Secy., Pendleton, Ore.
POUERT BURNS Lodge, No.
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Accepted r Scottish Itito Uni
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Masons meets' first 'and third
'Friday evening In 'W O.- W.
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