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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 28,
,TIIB SPRINGFIELD NEWS
IF IT'S IN THE DRUG LINE WE HAVE IT
EASTMAN KODAKS AND SUPPLIES
: Town and Vicinity
Mr, find Mm, Johnny (lllfroy of Eu
gene vlnltod lioro yostorday find over
lant ntfclit at tlio homo of Mr. ailfroy's incolnf wm boholiI at Uia homo of
About 18 mombors of tho Mothodlst
Indies' aid spent yesterday afternoon
at tho homo of Mrt. J. W. Co flirt on
Ninth and H streets. Tho mooting
hour woro spent In working on artl
clou for tho bazaar to ho hold some
tlmo In tho fall, and in planning on tho
membership contest now on. Tho
riioiiibors of tho Aid havn boon divided
Into Hides nnd each division Ih working
for now members. Tho losing learn
muHt furnlnli a banquet. Tho next
Mm. Will Darling lm boon quite 111
for tho punt fow days,
T. M. Duvoroiiux of llandon was n
vlnltor In this city Saturday.
Mrs, L. May on Ninth and C streets,
MIbh Lacy Copcnhavor entertained
last ovonlng at her homo on Fifth and
llraadway with a six o'clock dinner In
honor of Mrs. Gcorga Lamar, who
leavoB tomorrow for Wood, California
to Join Mr. Lamar who has char go of
tho clothing department of tho- Weed
Lumber company's store, Tho Invit
ed guests wcro: Mrs. George Lamar,
undo and aunt, Mr. and Mm. John
!'. II. Titus and Stlllman I'ratt are
In Balem today to appear before tho
stnto Labor Commission In connection
with Mr. Pratt's accldont somo tlmo
Mm. Mnrv Plront of KiiKono was In KO.
Springfield on buslnoss yesterday. Kcop tho flies off tho cows with "Fly
Wntor wings at Pocry's . Uouncor" 7Cc a gallon nt Poory's.
Mm. M. L. Count of Coburg, arrived Miss Votra Itussoll, daughtor of Mr.
hern Tuesday afternoon to visit with nnd Mrs. P. It. Itussoll, of Springfield,
lmr ilnunhtor. Mrs. Frank Sldwoll. was discharged Tuesday from tho En-1 Mr. nnd Mrs. Stacy M. Russell of Eu
Everett Cummlngs of Cottngo Grovo Kono hospital after having undorgono gono. Miss Josslo Walker, Miss Draco
was in Bprlngflold on buslnoss Tuos- operation for appenillcltls. Walker, Mrs. Copenhavor, and Uio
dy, I wnrneu, ai uio norno or trio oinclat- Misses Lacy, Qonevlovo and Nellie
Mrs. J. W. Coffln nnd Mrs. Ooorgo K minister at Junction City, 8optom.
rnii.ino inf M.ir. mnrnlnir to tako in bor 20, 1916, William It. Donny and i
i.n fin fnir fit Rnlnm. Miss Mlnnlo Craighead, both of Spring- BAPTIST PEOPLE HOLD ANNUAL
Moko rolls special for Saturday, 15 Hold, Itov. J. A. IJonnott officiating,
cents nt Springfield llakory. ' No bo sick whon Dr. Murphy
Two Bprlngflold cltUons woro fined tho magnetic healor Ik In our midst,
yesterday for driving their cars on tho o'"co Is 39G Main stroot, Springfield,
wrr.ll IT 111 II Of tllO BtrOOL urlu"
Mrs. J. P. Fry nnd Mrs. A. F. Mo
Kendo attended tho Sells-Flotlo cir
cus at Eugcno Tuesday
ALL DAY MEETING
(Continued from Pago Ono)
Fitzgerald; Tho Sunday School, Gll-
Porry Richardson and Frod Lomloy Br 7';',''
mr.,n,i f,. Evangelism. Reverend W. N. Ferris.
lutiiMtuii Will KIVII lUllllllft U1IU I IBU"
Ing trip bringing well-filled fish has-
Toastmaster Chaso then turned the
C B yon and family have moved kets as evidence of tholr success In mv?ua fOTfr lo ; ery , wno scr"
U u. i.yon .. na . , vod as chairman for tho business ses-
to tholr now homo on Second strcot, fishing. No reports as to tho big game.
formerly tho Mothodlst parsonage I Hort Nlckum, who lived nt Spring
IJoston Mints made at Egglmann's Hold n year ngo, moved Into tho Honry
candy kitchen. Stewart houso yostorday. Tho houso
George llarnoH of this city purchas- was occupied formerly by C. E. Lyon
cid a now 1017 model Ford from tho and wlfo.
Snrlngflold garage ,tbls morning. I D. D. Dodgo. district elder of tho
Mr. and Mrs. Hurry A wuners oi t,-u niuuumisi cnurcn arrivcu touay
slon. Tho church organization for
tho coming y6ar will bo as follows:
Pastor, Itoverend W. N. Ferris; Dea
cons,r ycarB, Gilbert Minor; 4 years,
P. H. Emory;3 years, Truman A. Chaso
2 yoars, F. 13. Chaso; 1 year, J. II. Dow
er; Trustees, Will Sponcer 3 years
T Tf . l . 1 . rfK
' .. H..-,.i .,... l to holrl mmrtnrlir moMln. . w.. 'h "owur- years, vnanes oiras.
ri,u"' .T',::::; Sonncnol, " V' '.a Church clerk, Mm. Truman
corninning uuihbb nm -. ,
Tho art glass windows hnvo arrived da.
nnd are being placed In tho new Moth- Drop In nt tho Bprlngflold Uakory
odlst church building. whon yu good, fresh bread,
Ladles' and chlldrens' shoes. Wolf cakes and pastry.
. m..ti Mr. nnd Mm. Harry Dawora. fnrmnr.
Mr and Mrs. J. J. Bryan and Mrs. of Bprlngflold but more recently of , 5?ialtt' tho dAeacr,,nB -1 trustees;
Mortonson Jm motor to Balem today Park Place, Oregon, loft on Tuesday "8pho"' Tmnn C"- 'B'
"T .momlnir hr iitnnn.nr fr r.a a r, J. A. Cowart, and Harold Chase.
10 Bliono mo Biaio iir - -""-'"'
Pjri Titus underwent a minor opcr- California, whoro thoy will make their
Street and sidewalk assessments aro
now coming In fairly well, according
to Recorder II. E. Walker. Ono assess-
Iment, amounting to moro than $400,
Chaso; Church treasurer, Truman A
Chaso; ( Assistant, Gilbert MUIor;
Music committee, Reverend W. N. Fer
ris, Mrs. Truman Chase, Norton Pen
Era and W. D. Sappingfleld; Finance
atlon yostorday nnd Is now gottlng
Tho Bprlngflold Feed Company ship
ped a car of oats hay to Oakrldgo to
. . ... 1 f. 1 . . t W . .
Mr. nnd Mrs. Mclvln Fonwlck left niuniH uum uovonu years ago,
,r,iftv mornlnt: to attond tho stnto . ' nmong tnoso paiu tlila monUi
fair nt Salem.
Mm. Price's canning powders at
Poory's Drug Store
Director Albert Porfoct yostorday
began a courso of Instruction on band
Miller's Shoo Grcaso nt Wolf & Mill
er's, Circuit Judgo G. F. Sklpworth of
Eugcno, who Is a candldato for ro-I
oloction for Lane, Douglas, Denton,
instruments to a local class which litis ; Lincoln, Coos and Curry countlos. was
just been formod. tn '"'B'ss visitor in apringrioia yes-
A Eugcno man was hnlod hoforo tho tor-day.
local rocordor and ordered to pay a ' Tho ladies of tho Daptlst church of
flno for exceeding tho Bprlngflold Kugono hold n social tonight In cole-
...nmi limit. Monday. nnmou oi iiqumauon oi inuoDtcdness
Sunday School OfTlcera. Mrs. J. N.
Fitzgerald,' Superintendent; Assistant
Gilbert Miller; Secretary, Bessie-Spencer;
Assistant, Alerl Chaso; Treasurer,
Llla Miller; Librarian, Nora Sorensen;
Assistant Librarian, Homer Chaso;
Organist, Derttlo Oruce; Assistant Or
ganist, Mm. Truman Chase; and Jun
ior Superintendent, Mrs. Truman
In tho reports given for the past
year, while tho gains woro not always
as much as had been expected, every
thing looks favorable for a successful
year, and overyone Is greatly encour-
J. W. Uoyco of WInlocK, FrnnK uni
son of DIuo Rlvor, and H. H. Sutton of
Seattle woro registered at tho Ellto
For the host up-to dato shoo repair
ing, try Hall tho Shoo Doctor. Fifth
and Main streets.
Tlio infant son of Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
Finish Repairs on Railroad Bridge
Work of repairing the Southern Pa-
on tho dining room nnd furnishings df' cln ro"rad bridge across tho Will
their church. Dr. Koenoy Ferris of ' alnotto rlver at this place Is completed
this city apponrs on tho program. nna on Tuesday tho men's sleeping
Homo mado chocolates
mann's candy kitchen.
at Eggl- Cftrs antl 11,0 equipment train were
Slip a few Prince Albert
smokes into your system!
You've heard many an earful about the Prince Albert
patented process that cuts out bjte and Darch and lets
smoke your fill without a comeback! Stake vour bank roll that
it proves out every hour of the day.
Prince Albert has always been sold
without coupons or premiums. We
prefer to give quality I
There's sport smoking a pipe or rolling
your own, but you know that you've got
to have the right tobacco 1 We tell you
Prince Albert will bang the doors wide
open for you to come in on a good time
firing up every little so often, without a
the national joy smoke
feel like your smoke past
has been wasted and will be sorry you cannot
Dack up lor a fresh start.
You swing on this say-so like it was a tip to a
thousand-dollar bill I It's worth that in happi
ness and contentment to you, to every man
who knows what can be
gotten out of a chummy
jimmy pipe or a makin's
Prince Albert for
L J. BETN0LDS TOBACCO CO.
Wiulaa-Saka, H. C
Tfei Ij th rTerw
x Albert tldr
tti tin, nd la
fact, everr Prlocs
Albert package, ha
a real meeiaee-to-roa
on lie reverse side. You'll
read; PrDea Patented
Jnlr30th, 1907." That mean
that the united Statea Govern
ment baa sranted a oaten! on the
procea by which Prince Albert la
made. And hymtuch fon00 nifa mrtd
inroez pMrcn are car oaf srerjr
wnere tooacco ta aoia youiinna
Prince Albert awaltlne yon
in toppy red basa, 3c: tidy-
red una, 10c; bandaom
pound and half-pound
tin hutnldor and la
that clever crystat
aponsa - molatener
top, that keepe tht
tobacco In anctt
Oregon Power Co.
, moved from tho sldotrack on which ' 4th dnv of nccornhnr. 101c nt 10 o'clock
Lloyd McKay returned homo Tues- uloy navo Uoon standing hero to Mill in tho forenoon of that day, then and
day aftornoon, after sovornl wcoks ah
senco spent with tho other mombors
of Comnnny M on tho Moxlcan "border.
Peterson passed away Tuesday af or. Mr Sprln-mA
noon. This Is the second death of tho Bph . whnrn . ... . :
--" w.b " V v ai T al WW M. OUIUUi
llttlo twins horn about a week ago.
' Mrs. Harry Shahan of Bprlngflold
wan admitted at tho Eugono hospital
Tuesday to undorgo a major opera
Miss Mlnnlo Deavor Is convalescent
from an operation upon hor faco last
wook. A growth was removed and sho
Is much improved.
Gloves, overalls, shirts and sox at
"Wolf & Minor's.
Mrs. J. Lemon of Portland arrived
last ovonlng for n fow day's visit with
hor paronts, Mr. and Mrs. John Win
zenrled. Thomas Dovoraux and Miss Lucy
Dullis of Dandon arrlvod on Tuesday
and nro visiting nt tho homo of Frank
' Mr. nnd Mrs. C. B. Lyon moved from
tho Honry Stewart housq Tuosday to
tholr now homo which was formorly
tho parsonage 'of tho Mothodlst church.
Miss Loulso Allon a senior at tho
University of Oregon will bo a supply
toachor In English Litornturo at tho
Sprlngllold high school.
Don't forgot tho classy candlos nt
. Mao Hills, Bomor Oarrot, Ed Lov
ulott, G. H, Cibbs, J, Wolch, V. Whjto,
Albort A. Carpontor, and Elslo Iloborts
woro nmong thoso registered at tho
Bprlngflold hotol Tuosday,
Ooorgo L, Uoekwlth, of Winona,
Washington, was visiting old friends
in Bprlngflold yostorday. Mr. Dock
with formorly ownod a ranch on tho
Goshen road noar this city.
Good rellablo lire insurance No as-
session ts; so membership fee, Pay
eoce and you are dono. H. E. Walker
Rt tbo City Halt.' "
Thp Sputhorn Paolflo supply train
arrlvod In tho local yards, Tuosdayi
aftornoon and will teplenl'sh' all tho
neods of tho section" crow and tho
JocrJ shops. . ,,v
this year, yostorday:
A Good Position
Can bo had by any ambitious young ,
man or young lady in the. field of
Hallway or Commercial Telegraphy.
Mr. nnd Mrs. D. S. Deals and family ! s,nco t,l Passngo of tho eight hour
law by Congress. It hnn cruntPrt
greslt llomnnd; fo holograph' "Opera.
tors, I'ositions paying fron.7B. to
$90 por .month with many chances for
advancement, it will pay you to write
Railway Telegraph Ins't bf P.ortlabd,
Oregon, for full particulars. '
Attend Annual M. E. Conference
Reverend and Mrs. James T. Mooro
aro moving from tho rosidonco in
which thoy havo boon living on Tenth
and C streets to an uostairs ariarU
mont In Mr. Deals' building on Flftb
stroot. Tb'oy will probably llva (herp
only (hiring' tho winter.
Shoos and rubbors at Wolf and. Mil
ler's. Tho big truck belonging to th,o Eu
geno Flour mills landed. in tho ditch
behind tho post ofllce this morning
whon tho driver was trying to turn up
tho alley. No damago was done to the
machluo. It took sovoral hours to got
tho truck out and going again. '
Mrs. O. O. Wolf, who has been vis.' NOTICE FOR publica-ticim
itlng hor mothor, Mrs, A S Walker, for poparfonent of tho Interior, U.
tho past week, loft for Salem this I Land 0mco ftt Jl9.0!".?'
morning whoro sho will Join hor hus
band, and attend tho fair for a few
days hoforo returning to hor homo at i
Uiore to show cause if any you havo,
why an order should not be made
authorizing and directing the admin
istrator of said estate to sell the fol
lowing described real property belong
ing to said estate, to-wit: The West
half of the Southwest quarter (WH
of S W U), in Section number twenty'
eight (28), and' the East half of south
west quarter- (E.i4 S.E ) of Sec
tion number twenty nine (29), all in
township, number eighteen (18), South
of Rauge ten (10), West of, Willamette
Meridian, containing 160 acres of land,
In Lane county, State df Oregon.
'.This clta'tlon is published by order
Of this "Hon. Harry L. Down, County
Judge' of . the above entitled court,
Which said order was duly signed upon
tho 26th day of September 1916, com
manding this citation to bo published
M i i i . i r I fi I . ti t
nnri Xfloa fnno.t nr i . I r B' WBOKB in U1B SpriQEUeiU HOWS,
and Miss Margaret Morris loft for tho 'nd datQ of the. first publication is
auuuui ouuo cuiuurenco oi uio Motn-jtho 2Sth day of September, 1916.
church at Lobanon
Sontombor 27. 1016
Notlco is hereby given that Carl
Dohne. of VIdn, Oregon, who, on April
13, 1911, mado Homostoad Entry,
Sorlal No. 07128 for Lots 4. 5, 6 and
S V) X'. nt M W V. nt Qnxllnn (! rTi,..n.
iNo uso 10 uo sick wneri ur. wurpny ; ship 17 S, Rango 3 E, Willamette
tho magnotlo healor is In our midst, Morldlan has filed notlco of intention
oinco is 395 Main street, Sprlngllold, I !1V.1'ko r'.nal Flvo,-Yo.ar ?roof' to cs-
Mrs. G. H. Millor and Mrs. Dort
Dontloy, of St Charlos, Mlun., aro vis
iting at tho homo of Mr and Mrs. R.
W. Smith, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Millor and
Mrs. Dontloy aro old schoolmates, and
this is tho first tlmo thoy havo seen
each other for 20 yoars. Tho visitors
will go to Los Angeles from hero.
Truo economy is what wo save In Uk
long run. The wise man feeds his colt
to make it grow. Ho pastures his cow
to got a good flow of milk and paints
his houso to make it last. U.cob(s
very llttlo moro now to paint a. house
than It did a year ago. Probably' nbt
moro thaa 2,'00 on .ah' tiveragV. '$fake
your homo beautiful with the b4t
paint on the mnrhet-'-Pheonlx Pure
Paint, Guaranteed. Sold br J, O. Hel
scribed, hoforo I. P. Howltt, U, S. Com
missionor, at his ofllco at Eugeno,
Oregon, on tho 6th day of Novombor,
Claimant nnmos as witnesses:
Milo Thompson, of Vlda, Oregon.
Michael Hanloy, of Vlda. Oregon.
John Lowe, or Vida, Oregon.
James Rosldes, of Vlda. Orogon. '
W. H. CANON. Resistor
Sept. 28, 001,2,5,9,12,16,19,23,26,300
In the County Court of tho State of
Orenorufor Lane County
In tho Matter of tbo ostato )
John Jlornhardt. deceased )
To .Corlnno Dornhardt, and Sadie
Sauers. GREETING: ,.
In the namo of the State ot Orccon.
you nro horoby cltod and roqulred' to
aopon In tho county court.of the state
or yregon, rprMhe county vor.ir-.ano. "t
fink .mirt rnn'rvk tiAi-aAf ni .Ifna'AtiA In
the eouof Line, O Moiidaj1, tho AUg: '31, Se$t, 2l, ih.
Witness the Hon. Harry L, Down,
judgo of tho County Court ot tho State
of Oregon for tho county of Lano and
tho seal of said court affixed, this 27th
day of September. 1916.
Attest: S. M. RUSSELL. Clerk
Sept 28, Oct 6, 12, 19, 26, Nov. 2, 9.
GUARDIAN'S SALE OF LAND
Notice is horoby given that, by vir
tue of an order of the County Court of
tho State of Oregon, for Lano County,
mado and entered August 26th, 1916;
licensing mo, as guardian, to make
such sale, I will at Marcola, Oregon
on and after tho 1st day of October,
1916, at 9 o'clock, a ,m., offer for sale
and soil, at private sale, to tho highest
bidder for cash, all tho right, title,
estates and Interests of Georgo Chap
man, Otto Chapman, Oslo Chapman
and Joslo Chapman; minor hlers at
law of Ida M. Chapman, deceased, in
and to the following tract of land, to
wit: Deginlng nt tho Southwest corner
of D. L. C. No .39, Nott. 7415, In Tp.
16 South Rng. 1 West of Wll. Mer. and"
running thence North 2.92 cha. East
2.89 chs. South 3.77 chs. thence North
easterly along the center ot County
road to a point 7.05 chs. thence West
8.25 chs. to center of Mohawk rlvor,
thenco Southwesterly down center of
river to a polnt-2.13 chs. West ot the
bngining rolnt and thenco East to tho
placo of beginning; 4 acres, more or
less, tn Lane County, .Oregon:
Subject to ' tbo approval of- said
v j, gjiy'rtAN, uuaruian.
. ; i
THE WORLD'S GREATEST
RESERVE SEATS ON SALE AT KETELS
SAME PRICES AS PORTLAND
25 BO 75
DIRECT PROM A FOUR WEEKS RUN AT
THE HELIG IN PORTLAND
0. F. SKIPWORT,H
of Eugene, Ore.
Present Qircuit Judge ,
For Lane, Douglas, Benton, Lin
Qbln, Coos and Cupry. Counties
, Candidate for .Re-ajection
. ' "V (a1dj.iAdVeftUjaeit
A. E. Cox Resign Position
A. E. Cox, yard formeaa for thai
Booth-Kelly Lumber company, has re
signed his position and will leave for
Weed, California where be has secured
employment with the. Wood Lumber
company. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cox bavtt
their household effects -ready -for ship
fnent and leave shortly for tklr- aeif