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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1916)
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1010
THE SIHINOFIBLD NEWS
Think of the Comfort A Winter Without A Chap
Al thin RCiiHon tlio delicate Cuticle Ih apt to
hecomn Inflamed from contact with dust
latlon winds, extreme cold, or other in
lluoncoH which may ciuibo It to dry and
TIichu cracltH caiiHU the minute llhruH of the akin nerves
to bo oxpoHcd and cotiHtltnto the annoyance commonly
known an "chaps."
Porfoctlon Wltch-Hazol Almond Cronm
If iiHod before oxponnre, will soften the Hkln and Htlmn
lato It to healthy activity ho that it will bo Immune
aKaiiHt chapH. '
Uflcd iih a cure, It will provdo a healing and soothing
application which will (111 (lie cracks hnd promote
prompt relief from the Injury.
It Hhould have a place In every home at UiIh season.
Prlco 25 Conta
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
Willi LOCAI, APPLICATIONS, im thy
rnritiol tench oant at (lis Ulnrnn, Ca
Inrrli Ik b blood or constitutional 1lene,
nnil In orilor In curn It you tuiint Inhn In
(ernnl rorntvllr. Mall's Cntnrrli Curn I
inken ItiKirnnlly, mid ncln directly ."ln
Din blood nnd mucous surfncft. Iinllii
Catarrh furn Ik not a mmrU medicine. It
wfiK iir-Kcriiicd iy ono or mo bi pny
li'lnna in tlilK country for your nnd Ik
ii rrRtilnr prescription. It Ik rompofd of
Ilin IcKt lonlrK known, combined with tlio
biKt blood purifier. nrllriK directly on Hie
inncoiia lurfnrrn. Tim iwrfect comblim-
tlon of two liiKt-rdlniiU Ik whnt pro
HOW TO BE STRONG TOPIC A THE TWIQ 18 knt
Idea of When 1 wan Sweot-and-Twenty
Endeavor Leaden llluatrate
Mr mother used to say:
Don't poko your head and chin out.'
Don't stand that awkward way!
I'cnnor) Trnvls nnd Harry Nlun
woro tho lenders In a very Intcrostlin Kroct, and trim, nnd tidy
Christian Kndcavor meeting at tho Young glrlo should always be."
Chrlntlan Church Sunday evening. When I was Swoot-and-Twonty
Tho topic wan "How to ho Strong." That'a how sho talked to me.
nnd In order to got tlio thought plainly
M&Mh'wW l" (M Profit thero won, Hut modern Swcct-and-Twenty,
'!liU!rtX';.,!fc?A, fiirJX",l,'!"'nln,,'f.rT o tennis rackets, head gear, paddles, foot My protty daughter Anne,
F. J. fllHNHV .CO,. Prop.., Toledo, O, , ., ' , .,. ...,,. ,,. !. i Ilnnnrlrnl.nt
BONl liy IlrUKKIKia, pur 70e. I Ilium, mmiiia kiutuh, uimi uium imni-v- -r
Tk iinii-K KKtniiy run for eomtiimtion, c j)arapnoflnaia adorning tho walls Of qulto another plan,
1 . Tho endeavor room looked moro Ilka I aim to make her modern
J. J. Drowning, who hns hnon cotHa Ry,nnni,lun, tnan anything else, but And smart to a degree,
fined to his homo for several days, io . w v , ,. of -nn.-cmie,! So this Is what my daughter
J Old Kasann National Monument
. On October 25 tho President slgnwl
J a proclamation setting apart ah W.i
of 38 acres within tho Tongass ls"a
jtlonal Forest, Alaska, as tho Old K
saan Natlon.il Monument. Tho trv t
I embraces tho abandoned Halda Indlin
j Village of Kasaan situated ou Prime
of Wales Island Irl southeastern. Al
aska, about 30 miles west of Ketc il
kan. j TJio village of Old Kasaan was
'abandoned by the Indians about lei
years .ago, and among the relics whlcis
j remain there are about 40 Indian to
tem poles, five or six of which ara
again down town attending
Charles P. Poole, n former resident
of Springfield camo In from llalscy Kri.
day to visit friends and attend to a
few little business transactions.
strength and muscij was brought out
Hears all the time from me.
classed as exceedingly good specimen.
I In the deserted village there also rc-
maln eight largo square Dutiaingn.
Bo limp, my dear, and knock-kneed, which were originally constructed ac-
Marcola Lady Die
Mrs. Bra Atlanta Smith, wife of An
drew Smith of Marcola. died at her Do try to poko your chin out.
I Affect a slouchy gait,
Look imbecile and spineless,
Just llko a fashion plate.
'cording to the peculiar plan of turn
Hatda Indians, and which, it is stated
home Sunday morning at one o'clock
Mrs. II. Uurger was in the News' 0f a complication of diseases. Mrs.
Smtlh had been Hi for a long time pre-
i Town and Vicinity
The Artisans' lodge has planned a
social for Wednesday evening, Nor. 15.
Attorney Chas. A. Hardy, of Kugenj
was a Springfield visitor Friday.
C Olson has returned from a trip to
tho lower Bluslaw.
Mrs. L. Erlckson of Wcndllng was In
town on business Suturday.
Mrs. C. W. Hnnscn
wan In from
Just nrovo, 21 cases of shoes.
& Mlllor. 4
John Kdmlaton was In from Thurston,
Mrs. Will Ketchfng of Fall Crcok
wits shopping In town Saturday.
John Kndlcott was In from his homu
up tho McKonxlo ou Saturdny.
IJort Williams was registered nt tho
Kllto hotel Friday.
Mrs. Jacob 8chwoltor of Illakloy
vlllo was in town shopping Saturday.
DOHN: Novcmbor 9, 1010, to Mr.
and Mrs. D. S. llamaby, of Springfield,
n, son, weight nlno and a half pounds.
Tho high school football team Is put
ting In some good licks every evenln?
qood rellablo tiro Insurance. No ee
naurtinntn? no hiembershlD foo. Pay
ondo and you aro deno. H. B. Walker nu w'" nouus in Hpringneid.
at (ho City Hall. Mr8 w D oinHpoy nnd Bon Eldred
Mrs. Kllxabuth Johnson who has of fa" Creek spont tho weekend nt
been quite ill, is reported slightly Im- o 'nio of Miss Francis Dartlett.
nrovod Mrs. J. P. Fry nttended a meeting
O. W. Johnson made a trip to Wcnd
llng yesterday to bring his truck down.
Mrs. T. Nystcn is reported to bo In
a critical condition again.
Special bargains In all thu latest
millinery, nl Mrs. Thompson's.
Chris Hostetter of this city hns been
ilsmlsscd from tho Bugcne hospital,
Thu Sprlngflold High school has io
office Saturday to pay a year s sub
scription to tho pnpor for her father,
H. Uurger of Aldred, Pennsylvania.
T. C. Gorrlc, of Hayward, California
arrived yesterday to raako a brief vis
it at tho home of his brother, C. I.
Gorric, Sr., and family.
Word has been rocloved that Blvln
Slier, who formerly lived on Camp
Crcok in this county, was killed In an
automobllo accident at Palouse, Wash.,
a few days' ago.
Mrs. C. F. Bgglmann and Mrs. T. A.
Hntliburn were among tho local mem
ccntly Joined tht State InterscholusUc j i,erB 0f tho LadlcB of the O. A. It .who
Athletic association. viltnd the Geary bout nt Bugcno Sat
ccedlng her death. Tho funeral will
bo conducted by W. F. Walker at 10:30
Tuesday morning. Interment will be
made in tho Baxter cenietry at Mar-
cola. Besides her husband, several
children survive to mourn the loss
a wife and mother.
And hump your shoulders too!
When you look trim and tidy
I'm quite ashamed of you.'
j by those best qualified to know, repre
. sent the best specimens of Halda arch
' itecture that now exist. Tho largest
I of these buildings is approximately 40
by CO feet in size, and is made entirely
Harper's Magazine. of ronnd and -arycj timbers. There
' also remain a number of Indian gras
Soclalst Do Not Predominate
Through an error In collecting tho
returns from tho Qlenwood precinct
Mrs. VanValzah Named Guardian with the typical small grave houses
Mm Art II. Van Valzah has been ' enrnl hr iht. Alsulcan Indians.
of named as guardian for Carl Gerald Thc prociamation establlshini; tha
van vaizan, minor neir oi me eia. National Monument results from a reo
of Dr. II.O. Van Valzah, with a bond of ommen7,at,oa submitted to the Preal-
fiQ0. dent by the Secretary of Agricultural
in which was set forth tho pecessky
f nrnannlnff nn fflr ra fiicalTilo Itlltt
Much spruce of both the-eastem and . ' . . . . . ..
at West Springfield the News publish- WCBtcrn TarIctle8 , U8ed for 80undInB Interesting historic memorial In Urn
Itevcrcnd Bishop, of Crcswell, spent
Saturdny visiting at thu Lome of J. T.
Miss Hazel. J. Loynus, of Forest
Grove, has arrived to teach In Unloi
high school No. 7 at Thurston.
This cold cnlls for one ofHolbrook'x
Mr, and Mrs. Joel Cordcn and baby
woro In from Donnn Suturday after
Tho wound resulting from a recent
operation on the faco is healing nicely,
Mrs. J. C. Parker says. She Is able to
ed that Benson, the socialist candidato
for president had rccleved 63 votes,
Hughes 58 and Wilson S3. The correct
figures arc. Hughes 58, Wilson 53 and
Installs Fireplace In New Home
Harry Klefcr has Just finished a
large fireplace In tho residence of C.
have tho stitches removed the last of I. Oorrle now under process of con
the week. I structlon In Douglas Gardens. Mr.
Kiefer says Mr. Gorrie's new homo
boards of ianos and
natural resonance has
place for this purpose. I
Of thc present total supply of hard-
. . t. r. r III. nn n
Organs It " LCU jcuib siulu iuu tiiafau va.-
ahanrfATifvl hv iht TnHlnnft. thn TiTitlfl
won It first " - ... . ... .
ings have been rapidly falling into a
I state 'of dilapidation and decay, and at
pertain amnnnt of vandalism bv tour-
woods in the country, sixty-one per and 800yenlr hunter8 ha3 bcM
centis located In the southern States. 8uch ag to rcnder aome form Qf
Tho Appalachian hardwood region is ea8ent,a,
at present tho greatest center of hard-1
, ,.., An examination of the area wast
wood production. ... .
made Jointly by representatives of the
Within the past year, the Forest Forest gerTjce an(, of the ,nlerlor Dc.
Products LAbratory, Maaison, wis., Dy
Mr and Mrs Boy Edmlston brought ! , , 7 , " V. . . 1 roou"a . , partment. and reports were submittedl
mr. unu Mrs. noy e.uinisioii uruu,iu ( j8 lo , iargc comfortable, and mod- coonerating with manufacturers, has- . , , .i. .
elr baby In from Thurston to a j nrt, tn wt, coop erau" , " ,. .!; , strongly urging the establishment of &
Tho child was
found to bo suffering from tho whoop-1 HOW APPENDICITIS
CAN BE PREVENTED
Ing nt thu homo of Mrs. J. J. Manwnr
Miss Maggie Ithlnovault of Wlnbcrry
is visiting at the homu of Mr. and Mrs.
J, P. Fry for two weeks.
Kussoll Dlmin visited with irlends
In Salom from Friday evening to Sat
Frank Itobldon, Guy M. Day, F. L.
Mrs. E. H. White of Portland Is visit- iMcGrewof Portland. D. I. Bass of Port-
Mnmi iir f 'riinninenn nr 'nn nn i.
IUIIUi f V SWtlWWtS w
Bobert Williams and George B. Glbbi often relieve or prevent appendicitis.
wero registered at the Springfield hotel ! This simple mixture removes such sur
ventcnlav i prising foul matter that ONE SPOON-
' I FUL, relieves almost ANY CASE con-
O. W. Johnson aud his big Packard I stlpatlon. sour stomach or gas. A
lumber truck which was recently 8h.rt. treK,tmentA,i,eIlll chj;on,c 8t.onl;
, . , ,. , , ach trouble. Alder-l-ka has easiest
smashed up. were again on the Job , nnd lll0rougll acUon of anything
hauling between spnngueiu nnu -u-1 wc evor sold. M. M. Pdery Drug Co,
gene for the Booth-Kelly Lumber com
pany this morning.
Up-to-date Shoo fixing, Wolf ii Mil
ler. Mrs. Snm Bhlnovault. of Wlnberry
Is visiting hor father, fj. B, Kintzloy.
succeeded in getting a dye. made from Natlona, Monument( wh!ch recom.
;mm wasio or osage orange, put on mo mendation was approved by the Secre
market as a substitute for fustic of DepartroeIita. The Smlttl.
: which we Import from Jamaica and sonlan lnBtKute strong,y endorsed th
Springfield people should know that euaunlcpc proposition for the establishment of a
a few doses of simple buckthorn bark. 1 adoui nine-icnins oi ine paper National Monument, which has also,
glycerine, etc.. as mixed In Alder-l-ka which we use is made from wood. j,ad tne support and endorsement ot
Many of the so-called "silk socks, the Honorable James Wickeraham, del
neckties, and fancy braids now on the egate from Alaska. This Is the sec
market contain artificial silk made ond National Monument to be estar
rrom wood. j Ilshed In Alaska.
According to the latest figures, the ' i
The Ladles' Home Journal, The Sat
urday Evening Pott and The
Dr. E. S. Butes nnd Professor B. W.J Country .Gentleman
Allen, of tho University of Oregon. wisn to secure tne spare time or a
, , , . ,,.., matt or woman to act as local repro-
passed through Springfield Saturday. 'Bontative , Springfield and vicinity,
on tho return from a hike to Coburg. looking after the renewals of their
They report tho country passed j many subscriptions In this section, and
through very prosperous looking. ' Introducing theso publications to new
readers. Payment will be made la
Such finishing up work ns the in-! salary and commission. Previous ex
. in . i.ni..i,nB in i.n vitoiw.n perionce Is desirable but not essential.
stalling of shelvhes In the kitchen , dotas nddrc88 wUh references,
downstairs Is now being done on tho i llox 654 The Curt,8 pUDl,hng Conv
Mrs. Snrah Cox, mother of James A. of H'o Blch Mountain circle of tho Methodist church, while tho workmen j pany, Independence Square, Phtladcl
r, ,.. i ,.., c,..,n nrt.nn nn Ut(l cs of the G. A. It. at Euconn Sat. i are waiting on tlio winnows, ine ouiy.v"'".
1,111. in 1 1: 1 U iiiilll JIU Jft w .. va i
nn oxtendod visit I nftornoon.
Mr. nnd Wrs. P. U. Kdmlston of "on't miss tho big salo of mllllnory
Thurston loft Thursday for a visit nt!nt Mrs. Thompson's all this week.
Spoknno, Washington nnd Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cox leave for
Portland on a short business trip to-day.
J. W. Collin Is qulto III nt his honw
largo Job which remains to be done.
Orders have been signed by Judge
G. F. Sklpworth dismissing tho sulbt
of M. E. Smith against F. A. Perrln
and tho Commercial State bank
highest prices paid per M for raw
material by any Industry In the State
of Oregon was the manufacturers cf
vehicles and vehicle parts. Only small
quantities and highest grades are us
j'J. This covers not only the manufac-
uro but the repair of wagons, car
riages and automobiles, and Include
the local demand only.
The Florida National Forest Is one
or tho self-srapportte Forests, dm to
the -system which thc Government has
inaugurated there in the leasing of the
turpentining in such a way that tbr
perpetuity of tho Forest is assured.
Have You Tried
If .you haven.'t gotten the
habit of our home cooking,
now is a good. time to begin.
ALL HOME PASTRY A
II. II. Gardner, Boy llenolds, nnd E.
. Ilolnnd. all of tho Southern Pacific of snrlngfield ngalnst same, these suits ,
company, woro registered at tho BIHo having been settled out of court. I
Why rny two dealer's profits? We
r. uomiion oi i.eimnon, w. u. mi , llllv ,1Irec, from tll0 nini and sell di
on Ninth nnd B streets, suffering from lor. nnd S. C. Martin of Astoria wero ( roct (0 ,no COnsumor. Johnson's best
dlubotlcnl trouble. I registered nt tho Springfield hotel Frl- FIour nt ,0 prJc03 ntotl below:
No use to bo Blck when Dr. Murphy
the magnetic healer Is in our midst.
Dr. Sanium of Jennings Lodge, Port-
( Springfield Feed company. 1 snclc lot,
'$1.70; 4 sack lot, $0.C0; 10 sack lot,
. . .. . .. nn
olllco Is 305 Main street,. Sprlngflold, land, mothor or Mis.) Esther Campbell t-"-
Orogo.n. I pent Sunday nnd Monday with hor Mr nnd MrH y. F. Wnlker uttend
Mr. nnd Mrs. B. I). Smith nnd family ( "autnior. jod R Jolnt socl(ll of (h0 subordinate
havo moved from Fifth and E streotd
t? Fifth and K,
MrB. W. C. Tlobhnn and smnll daugh
ter, Constanco, spont
Ttsltlng at Wondllnf.
' Mrfl. M. Bouchnrd
Alice, Prunovlllo woro shopping
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. John66n nnd
family hnve moved from west Q street
to Mill and B stroots.
1 . . . n .. . 1 ... I. i,t .. .1 T.-M .
campment, at Cottngo Grove Friday
evening. Whllo In Cottngo Grove, they
wore tho guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. D.
Stirling. They returned homo Sntur-
Tho small son of W. H. Gott was zlt- ilav afternoon.
. . ft.in n .Iniv nun itnv ihn lnnt nf f ho I
nnil unugiiter. i .An ,, .in,ift. nnnns worn brok-
1 w,au oti,i ii tna nnnAiiBanr i rr n nnv i - r " . .
No uso to bo sick when Dr. Murphy
tho mnguetlc hcalor le In our midst,
ofllru Is .195 Main street, Springfield,
slclan to take soveral Btltches
cut In tho upper lip.
Ion out of a house botweon Fifth and
Sixth on C stroot on Hallowe'en night.
It is suggested that parents should
At tho offlco of the Justice of the teach their children to havo nil tho
poaco In Eugono, Novomber 8, 1916, fUn possible, but nt tho samo time try
Milton D. Lyons and Miss Penrl Ru- to Impress upon tho wrong In dostroy-
Mr. nnd Mrs. G. Glsslngor woro In blort, both ot WondUng, woro mnrrlod, jng other people's property.
Made in Sprin
A DIRECTORY OF MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MEN WHO WANT YOUR
BUSINESS AND WILL GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES
The House of Quality
We put up Bon Bon Boxes to your order.
Pan Goods are unexcelled
Chocolates are fresh every day .
All our candies are Home Made
ECGIMANN'S CANDY KITCHEN phone 51
,from tholr homo nt Fall Creek Satur
Judge J. G. Wells, officiating.
M. H. Harlow, county commissioner
Mrs. C. V. Culp, of Mnrcoln, who un
der wont a major operation at
I. F. Ilobmon, circulation mnnnger nttendod u ditch digging demonstration the Eugono hospital a week ago
of tho Eugono Guard, was a Sprlng
flold visitor Saturday,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wnltor Edmlston nnd
daughter of Thurston woro Sprlngflold
A crow of men woro working horo
for tho Southern Pacific company Fri
day, roplnclng trolloy polos on Socond
stroot nnd ono on Fifth stroot.
Wendell McKlnnoy, who undorwont
v tn oporntion for appendicitis n wook
Thursday, is gottlnr along splond'
idly. Ho was ablo to bo removed from I years ago,
tho hospital to his homo the laBt or
tended n ditch digging demonstration
hold nenr Springfit.ld Friday by tho
Dupont Powder company.
Your Heater may not bo all you j
want. If you will try ono of ours, you ,
will bo BRtisfiod try ono, J. C. Hoi
Harry A. Wlthors roturnod from
Portland, whoro ho attended tho fun
oral of his friend, A, T. Davis, a Termor
Scnppooso rosidont. Mr. Withers and
Mr. Davis woro moat cutters in tho
same maruot m Hcnppooso Bovorai
Do You Hve Sour StomaehT
If you aro tfoublod with sour stom
ach you should oat slowly and masti
oato your food thoroughly, then take
... nt ri.nmtmrlftln'H -Tablets Imniod-
latoly uftor suppor. Obtatnaljo every-! away," wrltos Mrs. Thomas Casey,
Sufferer From Indigestion Relieved
"Before taking Chnmborlaln's Tnb
lotB my husband suffored for soveral
yoars from indigestion, causing him to
havo pnl'us In the stomach and dls
tropa nftor outlnir. Chamberlain's Tab-
lolo rollovod him of Uiobo spoils right
Thursday was brought to tho W. B.
McKlnnoy homo in this city, whoro
she will bo cared for, Saturday. Hor
sister, Miss Florcnco Dawson, of tho
Sprlngflold hospital will help tako caro
Whon a cold hangs on as often hap
pens, or whon you havo hardly gotten
ovor ono cold boforo you contract'
another, lookout for you aro liable to
contract some very serious disease.
This succoBslon of colds woakons tho
system and iowors tho vitality bo that
you aro much moro liablo to contract
chronic catarrah, pneumonia or con
sumption. Cure your cold while yoit
can. 'Caamberlaln'a' Cough Bomedy
has a, great reputation. ,It Is rolled
upon by Hhonsnnds of people and
novor disappoints them. Try It. It
only eostB a quarter. Obtainable ov
3 Water Proof Shoe Oil
WATER PROOFS AND SOFTENS
ALL KINDS OP LEATHER
Wolf & Miller
SPRINGFIELD, - - OREGON
For light, heat and power.
"Made in Springfield."
Oregon Power Co.
I HAVE RETURNED
to Sprlngflold with cood, up-to-date stock of
band-made aarness and accessories, aad am
ready to serve say old customers agala and
welcome new ones. Shoo repairing dona
better for less money. Thla Is say specialty.
All I usk Is n trial.
GEO, SETTLE, FIFTH STREET
Betwoen Main and A, next door to Sikes
"THE FARMER'S FRIEND
Buggies, Wagons, Hacks, Harness, Saddles,
Horses and Cattle for sale
I buy and sell, all kinds of junk
Phono 29 South 2 and A Streets
The Booth Kelly Lumber Co.
4 foot Slab Wood.
per Cord at the Mill
Springfield Flour Mills
BAKORE Hard Wheat Patent
Try me. Get acquainted, you will like mo. Best
value for your money of any flour in Springfield.
You know I am well liked by all bread makers.
Wo give you more for your money In flour and feed
ot all kinds than any other placo in town.
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