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MONDAY, NOV. 27, 101G
SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 8ECOND.
ClnlHtnuiB Joy kocb with tho satisfaction of present
ing woll-choseu gifts. Wo luivo doiio the worrying
tills your In order that our customers muy havo a
Joyful holiday season.
YOU ARE INVITED
.to como (o our Opening and hiBpeet tho largo aHHort
mont of hoautlful and useful holiday goods which wo
havo aBBcniUled for your coiiBlderatlon
You will not ho urged to buy anything on opening
day, wo merely want you to boo the goods and get
valuable Ideas and suggestions which will inako buying
easier when you aro ready. .
Bring Your Frlonda With You
A Cook Hook with every Dollar Purchaso this week. ..
h;:" "ore. yjB&azw&y
! Town and Vicinity
T, W. Carnor. of Thurnton, was In
town Saturday trammeling business.
' Miss Noll Nixon commenced work
At (ho John Hotels djugstoro 8aturday
Mm. V. V. Strubln Is omployod at
tho Iluckot store for tho holiday Hca
Mrs. A. Woods camo down from
Oakrldgo Thursday morning to spond
a raw days In tills vicinity.
Miss Mary ICihcrtH, In quite III and
confined to hor lied with serious stem
ftch trouble. '
Mr. and Mn. Herbert 8. Coffin, of
Portland, spent tho weok-end with
J. W. Collin and family. '
This cold calls for ono of HolbrooV
W. K. Warnor who hn lately had
slight operation for tho removal of
sovoral wena op tho head, Is getting
- along nicely.
Mrs. N. A. IlowerB, of Oregon City
arrived Saturday afternoon and will
spend Thanksgiving wlij hor son,
Lawrence May and family.
Tho namcB of Gcorgo I. Dean and
H. J. IJrunwoll were added to tho sub
scription list of the Springfield Now
Poverty Hall In StovoiiB hall Wod
" nosday evening, Novembor 29. I'rlzou
for tho moBt poverty stricken cos
A display which would do credit
to a much larger city Is that of the
now fancy boxes of enndy nt C. P.
Kgglmann's Candy Kitchen.
Mrs. Otto rtlco and child hnvo re
turned homo to Mnploton after u
. flslt with Mrs. Hlces parents, Mr.
: ....I Afro V I.? Ilmllfiln
Try our Thanksgiving cakes, Pump-
kin nnd Cranberry plos. At tho
f Springfield Uakory.
4 Mrs. M. O. I3ully and'MrB. McKay
f, woro visitors nt tho third mooting of
lb n.. i.i.i. --I i lit - l.n1.1
f Friday night.
Word has been received of tho
doath of li. W, Moyors, at idnlio Palls
j Idahot Mr. Meyers was fo'rmorly
" omployod in Springfield.
T. C. Qorrio of I lay ward, Calif., has
4f boon spondlng a fowdas at tlio homo
of his brothor, C. I. Gorrlo, in Douglas
A. J, Perkins truant offlcor, has
ononcd an ofllco in tho courthouse.
HIa hoadqunrtors will bo with tho
' county Judge.
No uso to bo sick when Dr. Murphy
tbo magnetic healor is in our midst,
office is 895 Main street, Springfield,
The Eugono ofllco of tho army ro
crultng ' service reported Friday that
0. W. Moachem, of Sprlngfiold, has
Sprlngfiold was well ropresonted at
tbo Schuman-Holnk concert at tho
Armory Thursday ovonlng, a wolt-flllod
car, bosidos auto loads, convoying tho
pooplo to tho concort.
Jamos Hayos, local roprosontatlvo
of tho J, W. Soavoy Hop company,
on Friday bought 110 bales of tho
James Hill hop crop at nlno conts
Mrs. 0. A. Barnott of Oakrldgo camo
down last woolc to spondj,at lpast a
part of tho winter hero with Mr.
Darnett, who has boon horo for soma
, E, B. Ko pnor of Hprlngflold, has
l purchasod tbo racket storo at Floronca
fa from Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur, who havd
4- boon conducting it for ij numbor pf
- joaro. ' -
Lawrence Scrlbnor Is taking tho
school census. Mrs, Scrlbnor also
helped yesterday afternoon. They
are assisting "tho ttchoo) clerk, A.
Miss Luclle Copcnhavcr, teacher
in tho Wendllng school, camo down
Saturday morning and spent the weok
end with her mother, Mrs. Aldlno
Copenhavor and daughters.
Good rollablo flro Insurance. No
ossmcnts; no membership feo. Pay
oncil snd you aro deno. II. E. Walker
nt the City Hall.
Those registered nt tho Springfield
hotel Friday wore: Goorgo Hlloy, C.
WhIUel, E. Itoland, W. H. Lajolo of
Wendllng. Karl Grout, W. C. Miller,
and Iloborl Williams of Waltervlllo.
Thoro Is n squash on exhibition at
II. Tllton's Klsh mnrkct which welghB
97 pounds and measures 5 feet .10
I Inches In clcumfcrencc. Tho sped-
men wus grown by Ylrgll Moon on
his place on tho McKnnzIo river.
Poverty Hall In Stovcns hall Wed
nesday evening, November 29. Prizes
for tho most poverty stricken cos
tumes. Mrs. Mnbol Hogart la visiting at
tho homo of hor nephew, Harry A.
Wltliors and family of Natron.
Mrs. Alvln Price and daughter Fran
cos of Marcola. are visiting with Mrs.
Miss Graco Thomas, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. I). K. Thomas, wus oper
ated on for appendicitis at tho local
hospital Thursday evening.. Miss
Thomas Is resting as well as could ho
expoc'od owing to tho sorlousncss of
Your Heater mny not be nil you
want. If you will try ono of ours, you
will bo satisfied try ono. J. C. Hoi
J. J. Drowning Is moving his real
estnto olltco from tho first doornorth
of tho post ofllco in tho Commercial
Stato Dank building to tho second
floor of the Sutton building. Mr.
Browning's now location is Just across
tho hall from tho law ofllco of F. A.
The civil novice commission announ
ces an examination In Eugene on
Docomber 9 to secure a list of persons
miUblo for appn.'utmonl as rhoir.i'ts
aid In tho bureau of chemistry, de
partment of agriculture, Washington
and on Janurnry 9, 1917, an examin
ation for position as stenogrnphor and
typewriter (male) In tho department
nl sorvlco. Washington.
No uso to bo sick when Dr. Murphy
tho magnetic hoalor is in our midst:
ofllco is 39? Main streot, Springfield,
Onco again wo dcslro to call at
tention to Thanksgiving Day. Good
pooplo of Sprlngfiold do not forget
tho time and tho placo of service.
Tho Baptist church Thursday ovenlug
7:30 Novembor 30. Itevorend Jensen
will proach tho Sormon. Appropriate
music by choir chorus, and last but
not least, do not forget your offer
ing, It Is our custom as grateful
citizens to make on onch Annual Than
ksgiving Day a silver offering for tho
bonoflt of thoso found in noed. lie-
member tho Masters' words: "In as
much as yo did It unto ono of tho
least of thoso, yo did It unto me,"
Why pay two doalor's profits? Wo
buy direct from tho mill nnd sell di
rect to tho consumer. Johnson's bosl
Flour nt tho prices llstod below:
Sprlngfiold Food company. 1 sack lot,
$1.70; Back lot, $0.60; 10 sack lot,
Hor Son 8ubject to Croup
"My son Edwlntls subjoct. to, croup,"
wrjtos Mrs. H. O.'Erwln, Now Konslng.
ton, Pn. '-"I put in many.slooploss
hours nt night boforo i learned pf
Cliamborlaln's Cough Itomody. Moth
ers noed not four this disease If they
koop a bottlo of Chamberlain's Cough
Itomody in thp lipuse nnd uso It nB di
rected. It always gave my boy rolelf."
TUB SIHINOFIELD NEWS
"nAHIES" CAVOHT MEIIUILY
WHILE AWAY FltOM MAMAS
A "baby" party, at which no Hpoci
mens of tho stornor box of tho var
loly wcro allowed oven a look-In, was
that for which Miss Nora Sorcnsen,
Mlsn Theda Porklns, and tho Misses
Jcsslo and Graco Walker woro Joint
hoBtosBOB on Saturday ovenlng. The
guests woro first entertained at tho
nursery, nt tho homo of Miss Boron
son on C botweon Fourth and Fifth
streets. Hero they enjoyed baby
gamos and "suckers" for an hour,
nftor which thoy went to Miss Per
kins' homo on Fourth and D streets,
where thoy enjoyed further exciting
revels In tho form of blowing soap
Jmbbles, playing marbles and indulg
ing In milk and crackers. About
11:30 tho party sojourned to the Wal
ker homo on Fourth and C streets,
where pink Ico cream was onjoyod by
candlelight. An Interesting feature
If tho ovenlng was tho prizes which
woro won as follows: Miss Efflo
IlhodoB, best costume for littlest baby
Mrs. Mlnnlo Thurlow, for beat mnde
dress; Miss Marian Harper, for mean
estkld; and Miss Doss Palmer, for
being able to learn the quickest. Tho
naturo of tho prizes could not be
learned. Tho Invitational list for the
cnjoyablo affair was: Miss Mary
Ttousc, Miss Anno McCormick, Miss
Amle Young, Miss Stella Martin, Miss
Hess Palmor, Miss Eflle Rhodes, Mis
ses Lacy and Luclle Copenhavor,
Miss Edna Swarts, Miss Florence Cof
fin, Miss Morlo NImmo, Miss Frances
Dartlett, Miss Mao Lyon, Miss Allco
Kcster, Miss Harriet Vilas, Mlns
Chlolo Wooloy. Mrs. Nettlo McQU
vary, Miss Marian Harper, Mrs. Mln
nlo Thurlow of Portland, Mrs. Irene
De Mick, Miss Lulu Gilo, Miss Vera
Williams, Miss Esther Campbell, and
tho four hostesses.
COO CLUI1 MEETS
WITH MItS. WOODS.
Mrs. Howard Woods was hostest
for tho Flvo Hundred club at her
home on Eighth and Lawrence streets
in Eugene, Thursdny aftornoon. Thn
afternoon was devoted to cards, Mrs.
I). A. Washbumo winning high score
Afterward the guests enjoyed a two
course luncheon. Club members
present wore: Mrs. C. E. Wheaton,
Mrs. D. A. Washburne, Mrs. A. M.
Beaver, Mrs. W. C. Ilebhnn, Mrs. I.
V. Jackson, Mrs.. Jim Stewart, Miss
Edna Swarts, and tho hostess, Mrs.
Howard Woods, guests for the oc
casion were Mrs. I. D. Larimer, and
Mrs. F. A. DePuo of Springfield, and
Mrs. D. E. Ellser and Mrs. F. Mock
DIRTHDAY IS HONORED
A delightful party was given In hon
or of Sam Richmond's birthday Wed
nesday evonlng at tho home of Mrs.
Mary Maglll. Tht ovenlng was spent
with cards after which delicious re
freshments woro served. Those pre
sent woro: Mr, and Mrs. L. E. Durrln.
Dr. nnd Mrs. J. E. Richmond, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Girard, Mr. and Mrs. O. H.
Jnrrot, Mr. nnd Mrs. Milton Rally,
Mr. and Mrs. I. V. Jackson, Mrs. Anna
Glondonlng, Mrs. E. J. Reynolds and
son, Tom, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rich
mond. Mrs. Mary Maglll and Miss Es
EUGENE MATRON HOSTESS
Mrs. E. O. Drowning entertained
a number of tho members of tho
Kensington club at -her homo on Fn
day afternoon. Fancy work and a
guessing game occupied tho meeting
time, after which a dainty two course
luncheon was served. The members
.present woro: Mrti. O. B. Kessey,
Mrs. N. W. Emory, Mrs. Fred Dres
sier, Mrs. L. May, and Miss Ednu
Swarts. Mrs. A. S. Draper of Eugene
was a guest The next meeting will
bo hold with Mrs. C. E. Lyon on Dec
HAVE BUSINESS SESSION.
Tho Gleanors held a business meet
ing at tho homo of Mrs. W. F. Walker
Thursday afternoon, tho following
mombors being present: Mesdames,
Riley Snodgra8s, William Donaldson,
Walter Horndon, D. W. Roof, Dan
Gore, nnd W. F. Walker. Miss Min
nie JJonver was u guest. Tho next
meeting of tho club will bo held at
tho homo of Mrs. RHoy Snodgrnss on
YOUNGSTERS ENJOY PARTY
Last Tuosday afternoon a birthday
party was given for little Miss Doris
Girard in honor of hor sovonth birth
day at hor homo, Gamos wero play
ed and a dainty luncheon was served.
Thoso prosent woro tho Mlssos .An
gelina FlBchor, Holon and Luclle Lam
bort, Ollvo and Votra Russoll, Jonnlo
Holverson, Ardls Cox, Floldlth Scrlv
nor, Tholma Lnson,' Doronn Larimer,
and Doris Girard.
ENERTAINS ALTER OUILD.
Miss Ednn Swarts ontortalned tho
Alter Guild of 8 t,Mary's Episcopal
church of Eugono, on Wednesday, nt
her homo on Fifth nnd K streets,
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, thr
rnnnot resell tlin sent of tlio dlitue. Ca
tnrrh I a blood or connlllullonal illscais,
nnd In onlor to curit II ynti must Hike In
ternal reint'dlrs, IUiII'm Culirrli Cure Is
Inken liilcrnnlly, and iu'Ih directly upon
Ilia blood nod iniicoii stirrnco. Hall'
Catarrh Cura Is not a iiinrk medicine. It
wna prescribed by one of the best plir
slrlnns In Hits country for yenr and Is
a reeulnr prescription, It in composed of
the Ix-st tonics known, combined with the
lt blood purifiers, nrtlng directly on the
mucous surfaces. The perfect combina
tion of the two Ingredients Is what pro
duce such wonderful result In curing
cntnrrh. Rend for testimonials, free.
K. J. CIIKNBV & CO., Props., Toledo, O.
fio4 f Drtif lt. prlr 76e.
Take Hall's Family rills fo eonallpMlon.
E. E. Morrison' Class Numbers 50.
Ah an example of class-building, j
E. E. Morrison's Sunday school clae.i
organization of SO young people, was
I rrjght to ntt--i,lion of tho clnvi a 't
tho Christian Sunday school yesterday j
morning, when they marched Into thoj
main auditorium of the church in a
body. The class roll has CO names
on It. Members of tho Sunday scho
ol say that Mr. Morrison has built
up his class -by his excellent teaching
method, and also by a contest, whlca
Is still being waged.
Local Team Meets Defeat
The Springfield Methodist church
basket ball team met a 30 to 10 do
feat at the hands of tho Eugeno Y.
M. C. A. Senior team, in a game
played at Eugene, Saturday evening.
Tho two teams will meet again next
Tuesday evening, and the local boys
assort they aro out to win this one.
The players are: Creed Drattaln.Wal
tor R. DImm, Ivan McKlnney, Luc
Icn Fcgles, and Russell Dimm.
Big Crowd Hears Missionary.
IL A. Doan field secretary ofthe For
eign society of Christian missions ad
dressed a large crowd at the Christian
church Sunday evening. Mr. Doan
Is in charge of the team conducting a
groat missionary rally in tho Eugene
All members of the local camp of
tho Woodmen of the World are re
quested to be at a meeting Tuesday
evening. Camp takes up at 7:30.
Special business and election of of
ficers. Don't miss this meeting.
When a cold hangs on as often hap
pens, or when you have hardly gotten
over one cold before you contract
another, lookout for you are liable to
contract some very serious disease.
This succession of colds wpakens thi
system and lowers the vitality bo that
you are much more liable to contract
chronic catarrah, pneumonia or con
sumption. Curo your cold while you
can. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
has a great reputation. It Js relied
upon by thousands of peoplo and
never disappoints them. Try It It
only costs a quarter. Obtainable ev
erywhere. W. F. WALKER
Office Phont 6C; ftlence 67-J
West Main St.
Dr. ADALINE KEENEY FERRIS
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon
Office, Baptist Parsonage
Corner Second and C Stree's
HOURS: 9 TO 12. PHONE tt
A DIRECTORY OF MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MEft WHO WANT YOUR
BUSINESS AND WILL GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES
v r r "the farmer's friend
The House of Quality I D dqmPIER
We put up Bon Bon Boxes to your order.
Pan Goods are unexcelleci Buggies, Wagons, Hacks, Harness, Saddles,
Chocolates are fresh every day Horses and Cattle for sale
All our candles arc Home Made j buy seM flU ldnd3 of junk
EGGIMANN'S CANDY KITCHEN phone 51 Phone 29 South 2 and A Streets
For light, heat and power.
"Made in Springfield."
4 foot Slab Wood. $1.75
Oregon Power Co. per Cord at the Mill
i have returned Springfield Flour Mills
to Sprlngfiold with n good, up-to-dato stock of - s
hnnd-niado harness and accessories, and am BAKORE Hard Wheat Patent
roady to servo my old customers again and Try me. Got acquainted. You vrlH like me. Beat
'wolcomo now ones. Shoo repairing done value for your money ot any- flour ta Springfield,
bottor for loss money. This Is my specialty. NOXALL
All I aak la a triaU You know I aaa 'well liked by all bread makers.
GEO. SETTLE, FIFTH STREET Wo glye you moro tor your money lu flour and food
Between Main nnd A, next door to Sikes of all kinds tLan any otfter place .In tow.
No. 88 RfePORT OF THE CONDITION OF .-:' t
The Commercial State Bank
OF SPRINGFIELD . I
al Springfield, Oregon in the Stato of Oregon at tho closo of buslneasfor
17th, 1916. i
Loans and discounts -
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured
Bonds and warrants
Ranking houso .... ..
Furniture and fixtures
Duo from approved reserve banks
Chocks and other cash Items ,
Cash on hand ......
Capital stock paid In
Surplus fund . ..
Undivided profits, less expenses and
Individual deposits subject to check
Demand certificates of deposit
Time and Savings Deposits
STATE OF OREGON, County of Lane,
I, O. D. Kessey, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledgo and belief.
, O. D. KEStJEY
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 25th dya of November, 1910.
F. U TRAVIS,
My commission expires Nov. 8, 1920..
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Uccauso Aiaer-i-Ka acts on uu i n low
er and upper bowel. ONE SPOONFUL
relieves almost ANY CASE constipa
tion, sour stomach or gas. It removes
such surprising foul matter that a few
doses often relievo or prevent appen
dicitis. A short treatment helps
chronic trouble. The INSTANT, easy
action of Alder-i-ka is astonishing. M.
M- Peery Drug Co.
fv r r w am r
I Practice Limited tl
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Graduate Nurse Attending
306, White Temple, Eugene.
A special Rdast Turkey Dinner with
many other good things that will
fairly make your mouth waiter
Price will be very reasonable
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H. SANDGATHE Proprietor .
Repairing a Specialty
Main, bet Fourth and Fifth. Phone IS
SPRINGFIELD - OREGON
CAREFUL. CONSCIENTIOUS .
DR. J. E. RICHMOND '
PHONES Office, 3; Residence, 11S-4
Over Commercial Bank, ,
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