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THURSDAY NOV. 10, 1010.
THE SIHINGFIELD NEWS
Think of the Comfort A Winter Without A Chap
At thin BcitBon tho dollcuto cutlclo Ib npt to
hoconio Inlluiiiod from contnet with dtist
Iittlon wlmlfl, oxtreino cold, or other In
lluonccH which may cauno It to dry and
TIiobo cracltH caimo tho mlnuto fibres of tho skin nerves
to ho exported and ooiiBtlluto tho annoyanco commonly
known uh "chaps."
Porfoctlon Wltch-Hruol Almond Croam
If UBcd hoforo oxpoHtiro, will Bofton tho akin and utlmu
Inlo It to healthy activity bo that It will ho Immune
Used uh a euro, It will provdo a healing and soothing
apiillcatlon which will (ill tho crackB and promote
prompt relief from tho Injury.
It Hhould have a place In every homo at this season.
Price- 25 Conto
: Town and Vicinity J
Mr. and Mm. J. J. Tolton wilt loavo
noxt Tuesday for Pasco IlohloM, Call
fornln, where thoy will upend ttio win
A local physician reports.throo cases
of chicken pox In tlio city. Ho atatos
(bat tlio attack Ik not especially heavy,
anil tlmt caro In botng taken to prevent
tho spread of tlio innlady.
. Just nrovo, 21 cases of shoos. Wolf
Tho freshman ami sophomore clonus
of tho Springfield IiIkIi school plan to
hold n mask party at tho old opora
Iiouho Saturday evening.
Norman Iluuday 1ms arrived from
tho cast, whero ho has boon for tho
pant nix months and la visiting nt tho
homo of hid undo, John C. Parker.
Good rollahlo flro Insurance. No
sossmunts; no membership foo. Pay
oncjo cud you are done II. K. Walker
at Uio City Flail.
Tom Solium was down from Camp
Owing to tho car shortage and tho
steady Incrcaso of potatoes, E. K. Mor
rison has no cured another warehouse
on Main street, This Is tho seventh
I warehouso full belonging to Mr. Mor
rison. Sovornl hundred sacks wore
brought In Monday.
Mrn. J. D. Slocum of Valloy, Wash
ington, is visiting nt tho homo of Mr.
and Mrs. O. D. Motcnlf this week.
W,- II. Ilohnrt and Ed McBce wero
In from Trent yesterday.
No una to be sick when Dr. Murphr
tho magnetic healor Is In our midst,
offico la 300 Mnln street, Springfield,
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. 11 ryn n and daugh
ter, Miss Crystal, plan to leavo In tho
rooming for an extended vIbII with
rolativus at Caldwell, Idaho.
Mrs. Hon Sktunor visited nt tho homo
of her mother, Mrs. Mary Tlllmnn at
J. D. Edmlnston, of Thuraton.'wns In
town Tuomlny transacting business.
C. L. Qono spent Tuesday In town '
-visiting frlonds. Mr. Gnno formerly
oporatcd tho Homo restaurant and
snont nnrt of thn fall In Hood II Ivor
Mra. Cuno'H health Is much Improved ,
and thoy aro glad to bo back with their
son, 10. H. Gnno and family.
Don't mlsB tho big salo of millinery
at Mrs. Thompson'o all this weok.
O. L. Dunn, of Loaburg, was in town
visiting frlonds and transacting bust
James L. Clark, formerly of Sprlng
flold, now ongnged In tho hop buslncjs
at Salom, returned to that city yes
terday after a short visit horo. Ho
was accompanlod by Mrs. Clark and
tholr son Joe.
AIL tho furniture and Intorlor work
ntJSgglman'a Candy Kitchen has been
ro-ollod during Tuosday and yester
day. II. C. Ethel did tho work.
First Class Shoe Repairing
W. A. HALL
Mrn. A. P. McKlnxle left Monday'
for 1'ortland, whoro sho Is visiting
with hor Bister, Mrs. C. II. Williams
Mm Tom Canioy, and daughter
Miss May, were In from tholr homo at
No.uso to bo sick when Dr. Murphy
tho magnetic healer Is Ir. our midst,
otlko Is 395 Main street, Sprlngflold,
Mrs. Crow of Wcndllng who has
been visiting horo at tho homo of her
mother, Mrs. IL .C Bossorman, return'
ed to her homo Tuosday.
II. O. Smith bought a Ford car from
tho 8prlngflold garage Tuosday.
Tho Interior of Cliff's Cafo Is being
lopaporod, F. A. Fischer Is doing the
Freeman Hill and family have mov
ed from Wlllamotto Heights to Eighth
Mrs. W. C. Uobhan has been call
ed to McCoy. Oregon, whoro hor broth
ro, Uloii Graves, la seriously 111.
Uptodute Shoe fixing, Wolf & Mll
lor. Georgo Mlllor of Lcona was operat
ed on for a ruptured appendix at tho
Springfield hospital Tuesday.
The local .1 O. O. K. and Ilebokahx
.ho' 7 o'clock chicken dinner Monday
evening for members only.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker of Oak
rldgo wero In Springfield tho first of
Uio weok, returning homo Tuesday
Mlsa L. J. Crow, of Wcndllng, who
had hor tonsils and adenoids removed
Sunday la almost recovered from
Thin cold calls for ono of Holbrook's
Johnnie WiiIbIi of Jaspor Is spend
Ing a few days with his mother, Mrs
In preparation for muddy wcathor,
W. A. Hall Is laying n board walk
from Wall street at fourth to hla homo.
Special bargains in all tho latest
millinery, ut Mrs. Thompson's.
Ed Duryee slipped and foil upon the
Ico on tho sidewalk tho first of the
wook, sustaining n slight scalp wound
and bruising his hands badly.
Mrs Dolbort Crouch Bpont yesterday
Francis Lamborty roturncd Tuesday
from a short visit nt Albany.
Your Heater may not be all you
want. . If you will try ono of ours, you
will bo satisfied try one. J. C. Hoi
J. It. Ilayden of Mohawk, spent a
short tlmo In town Tuosday.
Wh'y pay two dealer's profits? Wo
buy direct from tho mill and sell di
rect to tho consumer. Johnson's best
Flour at tho prices listed below:
Sprlngflold Feed company. 1 sack lot,
$1.70; 4 sack lot, JG.G0; 10 sack lot,
Mrs. Arka Jackson of Eugene was
visiting In Sprlngflold Wednesday.
- Shoes -
i 0. 8. Heals rocolvnd word this morn
Ing to tho effect thai his uncle, Ear-
nost It,Mooro, linn boon elocted Lieu
tenant Governor of Iowa,1 at tho ro
cent oloctlon. Mr. Mooro ran on tho
! Tho recently Installed heating stove
nt tho now Methodist church was tried
out yostcrduy. y
' Albert Wachmuth, Junior, was ex
pected down from Mnrcola today to
, visit with his father for a fow days.
A number of Springfield folks aro
making plans to hear Schuman-Hclnk
at tho Eugeno Theatre a week from
tonight. (November 23.)
Tho, J. W. Soavoy Hop company,
through James Hayn, Tuesday bought
tho aion Anderson lot of hops of
80 baloB at nlno conts a pound.
Tho W. C. T. U. will hold a food
salo In Slkos grocery store on Satur
day. Come and get your supplies
for your Sunday dinner. .
H. N. Drown of Portland arrived
Tuesday ovonlne and Is rcclslcrcd
at tho HDrlnisftold hotel.
I .,,, , ,
I J' W' Cmn ,mPr0V,nK from B
, recent Illness, but ho Is still confined
to his home.
Nicholas Lamborty, traveling sales
man for Albors Milling company, Is
visiting his mothpr Mrs. N. A. Itowe;
Don't miss tho cold weather when
you drink Egglman's hot drinks.
Tho following wnro registered at
tho Springfield hotel yesterday: Geo. hvilma SmIUon. Nina McPherson, Ver
W. Wing. Dillon, Montana; F. A. Mey- g0 a. Townsend, Sadie Nelson, Kath
ors; llossio Hammond; E. Anderson,
Dcerhorn; E. 13. Calllson, Fall Crcok;
S. It. Humphrey, Fall Creek; W. O.
Miller; and Earl Illldcrback.
Mrs. Cora Olive Hllcman, of Mar
cola, has filed application with the
county clerk for a widows pension.
Sho Is aged 31 years, according to
tho petition, and tho widow of Wince
David Hllcman. She has two minor
children dependent on her for sup
port, S. W. Kceney was registered at tho
tho Ellto hotel yesterday.
Egglman's Ico cream for quality.
Albert Wachmuth Is suffering from you wno aro weary of sorrow and
another injury to the ribs which ho i sinning,
received In a fall nomo tlmo ago. Ho noro s a beautiful hope for you
Is at homo on South Mill street. hope for mo and a hope for you.
Uaxtor, Young rocelved word yester- the past things are past and over,
day of tho death of a sister, Mary. Tn9 tasks aro done and the tears
Roio. who died at her home east of . are" shed;
HaniBburg yesterday. Tho funeral Yesterday's errors let yesterday cover;
will bo hold tomorrow afternoon, With . Yesterday's wounds which smarted
'Interment In tho Gillespie cemetery ) ami bled,
north of Eugene. . Are jreaied with tho healing which
Fran Lamberty plans to leave for j night has shed.
Dcnd tomorrow. .Yesterday now is a part of forever,
Tho temperature was 22 degrees' Bound up in a sheaf which God holds
abovo zero at 7:45 this morning. Tho' tight, -
W-IMi cliiM ilflva nnrt ann ilnira nnn rinri
reading was taken from tho tnormome-
ter on tho post In front of Ketels'
MARRIED. At tho ofllco of the Jus-
tlco of tho pcaco In Eugeno, Novem -
lior 14. lOlli. Ijiilfo H. Flnlinr nnil Mrs.
nniav it wt),n, r
Judge J. Q .Wells, officiating.
It's s.ifo to send tho kids to Eggl-
man's for candles.
Mrs. Zellu Cnutrell and little sons,
aro confined to their homo Buffering
from tho whooping cough. Mrs. Evory day is a fresh beginning!
Cantrell Is chief oporator at the local j Listen, irty soul, to the giad refrain,
telephone exchnngn and Miss Ethel And spite of old sorrows and older sin
Conloy Is acting as chief during her ! nlng,
nbsonco. And puzzles forecasted and possible
1 I rifilei
Tho property of tho estato of Lucy
C. Cranmor, deceased, Is valued at
$300, according to tho Inventory of tho
appraisers, J, P. Fry, T. J. McCrncken,
tand W. J. Graves, filled In probate
MARRIED. At tho county court house
Novombor 14, 191C, William H. Lajoo
and Miss Sylvia May Van Orden both
of Morcola. Judgo II. L, Down offi
Puro Pork Sausage 12 conts pound,
Spare Ribs 10 cents pound at Swarts
and Washburno, ;
J. Elmer Pepiot has been appointed
postmaster at Leaburg.
Tlio neodlecraft club Is mooting
with Mrs. J. P. Fry this aftornoon.
FIFTH AND MAIN
Al Perkins went to Portland today.
Postmaster Harry M. Stewart han
some portraits of President Woodrow
Wilson and will bo glad to glvo ono
to all persons who may call.
12. 12. I.eo left this afternoon for Hia
ton, whoro ho will visit for a fow
wooks with his brother, Charles Lee,
who ho hasn't seen for four years.
Tho McKonzIo Itlvor truck caught
on to n projecting cable from tltc
cranu on which beef and hogs aro
run Into tho Swarts and Washbounnj
meat market, this morning, tearing
tho crnno partly loose, and scttiti;;
tho scales Inside somewhat out of line
itov. W. Norton Kerrls, Mlnlstor.
Illblo School at 10:00 A. M.
Divine worship at 11:00 A. M.
A personal friend of Pastor Ferris
will speak at this service.
Let ever member bo present.
The message will bo enjoyed by all
Senior and Junior meetings at 6:30.
Service of song and sermon at 7:30.
Iter. Ferris will speak on tho thome.
"Three Bad Bargains." A sermon for
young people. Don't miss this.
All aro cordially Invited. St rangers
Pine Needle Club Meets
The Pine needle club met Tuesday
afternoon at tho home of Mrs. Fred
Illnson on E. street.
Mrs. Griffin and Mrs. Hlnson being
Hostesses . Light refreshments weni
served. Members present were.
ryn Horton. Itosa Montgomery, Emily
; Doorty. Edyth Larimer, Emily Ny
troun, Vina "McLean, Ellen Thomp-
con, Itena C.
Layton, and Hannah
About &V& million pounds of artificial
silk made directly from wood pulp-art-used
annually In the United States.
It is manufactured Into such article"!
ns linings, tapestries, neckties, rib
bons and weater.
NEW EVERY MORNING
Every day Is a fresh beginning,
I Every morn Is tho world made now!
days which never,
Shall visit us moro with their bloom
or their blight,
Their fulness of sunshine or sorrowful
Let them go since wo cannot relive
j thel ,
I Cnnnot undo and cannot atone,
God In 111a mercy receive, forgive
Just tho now days are our own;
Today Is ours, and today alone.
Take hcar't wlth tho day and begln
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for Lane County.
D. II. Pierce & Barney
The Unknown Heirs at
Law of David Arthur and
and Also All Othor l'or-
' 1 .1 hhUamh I
BUUB UUU 1 Ul HUB UUAUUWII I
clnlmlng any right, title
estate, Hen or interest inf
the real estate desorlhed Inl
I ftm rnninlnlnl Tlnfnnifnnfe
To tho Unknown Heirs at Law of
David Arthur and Mary J. Arthur, de
ceased, and All othor Persons and Par
ties unknown, claiming any right, title,
estate, lien or interest In the real pro
perty described in tho complaint and
. heroin; Defendants:
! IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
1 OF OREGON: You nro hereby re
quired to appear and answer tho com
plaint filed against you in the above
, entitled suit on or before tho 30th day
, of December, 1916; and it you fall so
to answer, for want thereof, plaintiffs
will tako decreo against you as prayed
for In said complaint, viz.
. That their title bo forover Quieted
I to the following described lands, in
Lane County, Oregon towit: Begin
ning at tho intersection of tho West
lino of tho David Arthur and Wtfo
donation land claim In Tp. 18 South
rng. 2 West of WIl. Mor. with tho
South lino of tho railroad right of way
of the Sputhorn Pacific Company, bo
ing 16 chains South from tho NW. cor
nor of said claim, and run South
23.9S chs., East 33.60 cha.. North 26.26
oIir. to the South lino of said railroad
right of way and thonco Wostorly along
1 said line to tho place of boglnnlng;nnd
that you bo forover barred from claim
' Ing any right, title, interest or e3tato
1 in or to tho namo.
I This summons is served by publt-
.(THE 8 OOP UUPSg riHP3 UNCI BEH A OOPlOt )
IU LOOK I
MANY a man says it's worth osing a five dollar
bill to learn about the little chew of W-B CUT.
It saves more than that on what he spends for tobacco,
but the big point is that he has found what tobacco satit-
faction raeasi. W-B CUT is rich tobscco, there's more to it. Tho
fared and the touch of salt brinf out the tobacco eatirfactica without
to much chewing and (pitting.
Kxit ty WFYMAH-BRlTfON COMPANT, 50 Un?a Si-r, Hr York G7
Get this $1.00
MOTE Ike two t!p wMch eeable yo la poor villi
ellkcr rilbl rr lelt htad. Carer ter lb!a Saacepaa
Zlc AlamUaa alcatU are HOT "all Ike Uf."
Ij RErnsc stJDSTiiurus j r
r ' For niy
Replace utensils that vear out
with utensils that "Wear-Ever"
Clip the Coupon
"The Yellow Front"
cation thereof once each week for six
successive weeks In the Springfield
News by order of Hon. John S. Coke,
Judge of said Court, made November
14th. 1916, and the first publication
thereof was made on the 16th day ot
November, 1916. I
A. E. WHEELER 1
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
Nov. 16, 23, 30; Dec. 7. 14. 21.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Lane County v
Chas. A. Logan and Hattie C. Logan,
Thomas G. Cain and Olive Cain, some
times known as OUie Cain, his wife;
Eugeno Loan & Savings Dank, a cor
poration, and Dirdell Carter, Defend
ants. To Thomas G. Cain and Olive Cain,
Bomctimes known as OUie Cain, his
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You are hereby required
to appear and answer the complaint
filed against you in tho above entitled
suit within six weeks from the date of
the first publication of this summons,
and if you fail to answer for want
thereof, tho plaintiff will take decree
against you as prayed for in tho
complaint, namely: for Judgment
against you in tho sum of $500.00 with
interest at 8 por cent por annum from
July 15, 191C and for reasonable at
torney fees, and for costs nnd dis
bursements In this suit: and for de
cree modifying and correcting the
mortgage heroin to include tho person
al property described in the complaint
and for an order to sell tho personal
property and following described real
property towlt: All that part of the
Southeast quarter df the Southeast
quarter ot Section Twenty six (26) In
Township Eighteen (18) South of
Rango One (1), Edst of the Willamette
Meridian, lying south of the center
of Fall Creek; more particularly de
sorlhed an beginning at the southeast
cornor of said section, and running
thence north on soctlon lino to tho
centor of said creek, thence westerly
down center of raid creek to a pojnt
20 chains west of said section lino,
thence south to the south line of said
section, nnd thence east 20 chains to
the placo of beginning, containing 25
acres more or less, in Lane county,
Oregon, nnd that the same be sold at
public auction In the manner provided
by law, and that the moneys received
from said salo be applied. 1st. in pay
ment of a former mortgage held by the
Eugeno Loan and Savings Bank, a cor
poration: zd, in payment ot costs and
disbursements of suit and reasonable
attorneys fees, and principal and In
terest due the plaintiffs heroin, and
for such other and further relief as to
tho court may reem equitable in the
This summons is published in the
Springfield News, a newspaper 0! gen
eral circulation published at Spring-
neirt, Oregon, by order ot too Hob. o.
P. Sklnworth. .Juden nf thn fllroult
Court of tho state of Oregon, for Lone
rnunty, which satd order l dated the,
3d day of October, 1916, and the ctat
FROM UMCtC 6CM,
IN THIS InSTAMCC
THAT A SMALL CHEW
THE LOlt. !.
BEATS ASIA CHEW
ITU WOStTHtTTO I
Spcdal offer expire NoremberSS.
There! ter prica wilt bo J LOO.
and the coupon If pre
sented on or before Nov
ember 25, 191G.
of the first publication of this sum."
mons is the 5th day of October, 1916,
and the date of the last publication
ot this summons Is the 16th day ot
L. M. TRAVIS
Attorney for plaintiffa,
Oct. 5. 12. 19. 26. Nov. 2. 9. 16.
ik a rainq daij seems
to keep dru
to work in
! comfort .wear
REFLEX SUCKER5 3.
A.J.Tower Co - Boston
W. F. WALKER
Office Phone 62; Residence 87-J,
West Main St.
Dr. ADALINE KEENEY FERRIS
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon
Office, Baptist Parsonage
Corner Second and C Streets
HOURS: 9 TO 12. PHONE 40
D. W. ROOF, JEWELER
FINE WATOH REPAIRING
HERBERT E. WALKER
Office in City Hall, Springfield, Ore.
DR. J. E. RICHMOND
PHONES Office, 3; Residence, 116
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