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MONDAY DEO. 18, 1910.
TUB SIHINflFIELD NKWS
1 Town and Vicinity
Latest Ileprlntu 60 centn at Pcory'a
, Al Weaver drovo In from his home
at Thurston on Friday,
Mm. L. M. llonbo Is nunlittlntc Hi
K. E. Kopnor's recently opened Hack
et atoro during tho holiday- season.
Miss Thoda Perkins loft Friday oven
ins for Portland to spend tho weekend
.with relatives. v
Professor Orton was in Sprlngflold
looking after business lnloreats on
Vanco Cagloy Is cmployod as a lino
type operator with Tho Morning Ore
gonlan at Portland, for tho present.
Nitty perfumos In boxes at Poory'i
Miss Ornco Dossen clotted her school
nt Vlda last Friday until after tho
V. A. McGeo purchased a 1017
modol Ford autotnobllo from the Spr
lngflold garage Saturday.
Mrs. Ellon Frost returned Satur
day from Vlda where sha has been
spending tho past month with th
family of I). U. Helfrlch.
Tho Parent-toachors meeting which
was to have been hold Friday, Dec
ember 1C, has been posponed until
Friday, January S.
Members of the Eugene high school
Pnvn u fnnlnaMrt nnnm In thron nt
at. tho Boll theatre assisted by the
boys' quartet, Saturdey evening.
Good, second-grade potatoes for salo
at my warohQUso for 60 cents a sack.
Miss Carrie Parks and Miss Ethel
Walto of Urownavlllo spent the wcok
end hero as guests of Mr. and Mrs.
0. E. Lyon and Miss Mao Lyon.
H. Tilton who conducts a fish mar
kot on Fifth stroct, has added to hU
stock and Is now runntng a meat mar
koU An epidemic of mumps In the Gosh
en neighborhood is responsible for the
f absence of soveral students from tho
.Springfield high school.
E. A. Iloynl nnd a crow of workmen
aro remodeling tho Southern Pacific
. dopot and fixing up tho railroad
,.; C. E. Sales has been compelled to
bo in hod slnco .Saturday morning, bo
Realise of a seVero attack of rhou
kmntlsin. Ilohort Van Vnlzah Is nt-
tondlng to the Toggery business dur
ing Mr, Sales nbsonco.
?" Nervous Women,
When tho norvousness Is cnuBod ty
: constipation, as often Is tho caso, you
-will got quick relief by taking Char'
bcrlnln's Tablets. These tablots also
Improvo tho digestion. Obtalnnblo
We are offering amazing bar
gains in the best standard Jew
elry, which tee had to take over
Seven Jewel Elgin Watches $4.00
Rogers 1847 Silverware
Waltham, Howard, Hamilton Watches
Wholesale prices, utile this stock lasts
KEEP A KODAK PIC
TURE OF YOUR LIFE.
A McTof your "KoclakT
pictures wilt provldo a
pictorial history of your
life. It will onablo
you to rolnln tho facoa,
Hconoa and incident
which aro dear to you.
llottor got ono denim
bio Klft llko a camera
than a dozen lessor onon
A camora In a real "fam
ily gift" as It appeals
to people of all agon.
E. A. Wyld, Junior, who has boon
'employed at tho Dooth-Kolly mill at
this place slnco July, departed Sat
urday for his homo In Portland.
Charles Carson and Marvin Drury
bavo gono to tho Sluslaw country
whore they arn examining timber for
tho Flscjior-Houtln Lumber company'.
Santa Claus paid a visit to Spring
Hold youngsters on Saturday even
ing, making jUio Racket rjtoro his
A range, heater, rug, rocker, sew
ing machine and many other articles
In my store will make your wife hap.
py nnd homo brighter. J. U. Holbrook.
Tho quarterly examinations for tea
chers' certificate will bo held in tho
nssombly room of tho Eugeua Y. M.
C. A. next week, beginning Wednes
day. A meeting of tho general budgot
committee of Lano County was held
at tho court house on Friday, for the
purpose of discussing the 1017 bud
get C. E. Scott Is being missed from his
dosk at the First National bank, since
bo has been compelled to stay at homo
with a severe cold for tho past day
Xmas stationery bought before tho
raiso at Pcery's
Ed Frost of Woodland Washington,
and Jesso Frost of Eureka, Califor
nia are spending tho holidays at tho
homo of Geo. B. Larison. Tho gen
tlomen aro brothers of Mrs. Larison,
Mrs. Verne Wilkinson and small
daughter, and Mrs. Herbert Cox havo
boon visiting for a fow days with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Clover,
Good', socond-grado tablo potatoes
for salo at my warohouso for GO cents
a suck. E. B. Morrison. 14-1S.
J. C. Burns, who has been qulto ill
nt the homo of his son-in-law, J, W..
Baker, has been moved to his own
homo on Mill stroet, and' Is now abb
to bo ubout'again,
Ed Lorrllot, who had his right ami
splintered when it was caught In a
woodsaw fly wheel about six weeks
ago, reports tho.momber to be heallug
Counh Medicine for Children.
Mrs. Hugh Cook, Scottsvlllo, N. ,Y
snyHf "About flvo years ago when
wo woro living In Gnrhutt, N. Y., I
doctored two of my chlldrou sufTorln
from colds with Chnmhorlaln's Cough
Itomody und found it Just as represent-
od in every way. It promptly chocked
tholr coughing and curod tholr coldtt
quicker than anything I ever used."
Miss Wanna McKlnnoy spent the
wookend In Eugene as a ghost of Miss
The Springfield high school botany
class visited tho filtering plant at
Eugono Friday morning.
Tho Southorn Pacific turntablo Is
being moved from this placo to Eu
gono, whoro tho repair work will bo
dono in tho future,
II. Fcgtoy, Portland; It Henderson,
Portland, nnd John Owens, Horn
brook, woro registered at tho Elite
Harry Kief or has Just completed
tho building of a modern flroplao
at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Hardf on 8outh Second stroct.
The throe small children of Pro
fessor and Mrs. P. M. Stroud who
havo been quite III with tho whooping
cough, nro now convalescing.
Xmas boxes at Pcory'B
Mrs. Herbert Smccd returned lionn
to Wiflltorvlllo on Saturday afternoon,
after a several days' visit here at
the home of Mrs. Bmecd's mother.
Mrs. Hose Montgomery.
i J. A. Ebbort of Portland walked In
to tho Springfield hotel tho other
day when none was looking and reg
istered as follow "J; A. Ebbcrtf
Portland, room box cor."
Members of the Eugene high school
glee club visited the local high school
on Friday afternoon, advertising for
tho play tho former students put on
hero Saturday evening.
Earle Moore and Carl Burns each ,
took a load of turkeys to Eugene Fri
day, numbering 101 In the whole lot.
Tho fowls were raised on tho John
Scavcy ranch, and are for Christmas
trade at Eugene.
I have some beautiful oil hand paint
ed pictures, on heavy canvass nt a
very reasonable Christmas price. So J
them. J. C. Holbrook.
Four, OHpeclnlly beautiful pen and
Ink 'crayon pictures In color have
been received by Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
Lee, from their son, B. F. Conway,
who is at Denver. The pictures show
especial promise, considering that the
young man has never had any lessons.
Peoplo don't neod to build tight
chicken pens to get results, in Orogon.
Mrs. Bcrnlce Van Valzah got 121 eggs
from 15 hens between December 1
and December 1C, and the chickens
roosted in trees, too, when not oc
cupied in laying.
.., . ,
Xmas Seals and Sticken, at Peery's
Elmer Furuset, of Springfield, grad
uate of the University of Oregon, has
been elected president of a dramatic
club recently formed In Portland by
a number of Oregon graduates. Tho
club will first give a number of one
act classic plays to audiences present
Jim Tillman arrived Friday from
Los Angeles, California, and Is vlst
lng here for a fow days with his sis
tor, Mrs. B. F. Skinner, before re
turning to his homo at Iakc Bay, Wa
shington. Mr. Tillman, who Is .i
detective, has been employed on the
Los Angeles Times dynamiting case.
Good rellablo Are Insurance. No as
sessments; no membership fee. Pay
once and you are dene. H. E. Walker
at the City Hall.
The following persons Avero guests
nt tho Sprlngtiold hotel Friday; A.
L. Wilbur, Albany;" J. V. O'Leary,
Pleasant Hill; Mrs. Herbert Smced,
Wnltorvllle; O. L. Parsons, Spring-'
field; Mrs M. A Reynolds, Rose
burg; Nottlo Good; Rospburg; and
Mrs. E. C. Baker doparted Thursday
on tho afternoon train for her home
In Rapid C'ty, S. D-, to spond tho holi
days with her family. Mrs. Baker
will bring her Bon Frank back on her
return trip and hor husband "will be
out hero about March 1. Tho Bnker's
formerly lived on tho Loverldge fruit
ranch In West Springfield.
..Buy Useful Presents for your family (
and frlonds for Xmas and poople will 1
havo a good opinion of your Judgment.
1 have them, J. O. Holbrook.
Lioutonant Lon II. Nixon, United
States Army, loft Friday afternoon on
tho Oregon Eleotrlc for his post ut
Fort Slovens. Mr. Nixon has boon
stationed at that fort for somo tlmo
nnd wa3 recontly promoted to second
Heutonant, bolng given a ten day's
furlough at tho same time. Ho spent
this tlmo with his parent horo at Spr
lngflold Junction. Ho Is returning
to Fort Stevens but oxpects soon to
bo tranferrod to the Mexican bordor
BY SIMPLE MIXTURE
Sprlngflold peoplo aro astonlshod at
tho INSTANT nctn of almplo buck
thorn bark, glycorlno, etc., as mlxod In
Aldor-t-ka. ONI3 SPOONFUL removes
e'uch surprising foul matter It rollvor
almost ANY CASH'constlpatlon. cour
fitomnch or gas, tiocuuso Aldor-t-ka
acta on BOTH lowej and upper bowel,
a fow dosoa often .rollovo or prevent
appendicitis. A sbbrt treatment bolus
chronic atomruk trouble. M. M. Teery
$88.40 Is Netted
By One Day Bazaar
Activity of Christian Ladies Aid
And Emanon Club Is
Eighty eight dollars and forty cents
was realized by tho Ladles of tho
Christian church and tho i Emanon
club who gavo a Joint bazaar In thoJ
building Just- west of S warts an I
Washburno's meat market on Satur
day, Tho money will bo turned ov
er to tho Christian church treasury,
It was announced.
"It was a splendid success,' said
Mrs. Silas Qray, president of tho Em
anon club, "nnd wo aro more than
thankful to tho people for helping
us out as they did." Mrs. Gray said
that thcro was scarcely anything left,
since tho fow articles on hand Sat
urday evening wcro most of them to
bo sold later. Tho homo-made bas
kets, which were on sale among tho
other articles, made quite a hit with
Tho Ladies Aid sold candy and Jap
anese novelties, and the Emanon club
served meals, and sold baskets and
fancywork. Mrs. Silas Gray, presi
dent of tho Emanon lub, and Mrs.
Jim Davis, president of the Ladles Aid
were assisted In the planning and
carrying out of the affair by several
committees, which all did splendid
work. Among these were tho bas
ket committee, of which Mrs. H. E.
Walker was head, tho committee on
"eats," under the leadership of Mrs.
I. A. Valentino; and the fancywork
committee, of which Mrs. H. W. Whit
ncy was chairman.
Mrs. A. J. Hlgglns of Trent under-j
went a, major operation at the Eugene
hospital this morning, a Springfield ,
physician being in attendance. SI;
is doing nicely this far.
Mr. and Mrs. William Fllklns arrlv.
od here last evening, and are regis
tercd at the Elito hotel for a few 1
days. "Mr. Fllklns Is foreman of one!
of tho bridge gangs now at work here. '
Walter Bally occunlcd the duIdI'
at tho Methodist church last evening, I
onnntrlni. in "Ttio fliwnt nivfnn " nc I
u ..... o u - a v v. x .
a topic, a soio vy miss jean iscn
er added to the evening service.
Ivan McKInney suffered' the painful
misfortune of having his right thumb
dislocated' at the basketball garau
Saturday evening. This Is tils second
accident of this kind within a few J
weeks. ' ' '
The following were registered at!
the Springfield hotel yesterday: Char
les Taylor, McKenzle Bridge; Frank
P. McConn M,fcKenrlo Bridge; W.
C. Miller, Neut Miller, and G. O. Glob
ber of Portland.
Titers a mora Catarrh In this section Ok
Um country than all other diseases put
together, and until the lout few year
wax supposed to be Incurable. For a
r;reat many years doctors pronounced It a
ocal disease and prescribed local reme
dies, and by constantly fnillnB to cure
with local treatment, pronounced It Incur
able. Science has proven Catarrh to be a
inn.tl(iitlnna1 illaAnon nnrt f !. t I".! f I T"
quires constitutional ' treatment. Haifa J
uainrrn cure, manuiaciureo. Dy j.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, la the only
Constitutional cure on the market. It is
taken Internally. It acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the system.
They offer one hundred dollars for any
enso It falls to cure. Send for circulars
Addresst F J. CHENEY CO., Toledo. O.1
Gold by DrtiRRltts. 75c.
Tak Hall's Family I'll! for coptUnstloa
Made in Springfield
A DIRECTORY OF MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MEN WHO WANT YOUR
BUSINESS AND WILL' GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES
The House of
that cough with
Menthol Cough Drops
EGGIMANN'S CANDY KITCHEN phone 51
For light, heat and power.,
"Made in Springfield."
Oregon Power Cp.
I HAVE RETURNED
to Sprlngflold -with a good, up-to-date stock of
hand-mado harness and accessories, and am
ready to serve my old customers again and
welcome new onos. Shoe repairing dpae
bettor fpr'leas money. This Is my specialty.
AH. I ask la a. trial.
GEO.. SETTLE, FIFTH STREET
Between Main and A, next door to Sfkes
QUALITY IN GIFTS
Stick out for that always.
Whether you spend 25 cents
as many dollars, get good
At Yuletide and all .other
times of the year it's quality
you'll get here.
Aluminum Child Sets
Tennis Rackets -
Tennis Balls ' "
Embroidery Scissors '
Embroidery Scissor Sets
Thermos Lunch Box
Combination Ash Tray
Beaver Herndon Hardware Company
The Yellow Front Store
By RUTH SCOTT.
The basketball game between the
Methodists and the high school Fri
day night resulted In a victory for
the Methodists. Just wait Metho
dists until you get yours.
Oh, happy day. The quizes are
over. Some of the students are be
ginning to breathe again.
Time goes too slowly for Miss Allen,
Last Wednesday she arrived at the
Base Ball Bats
Base Ball Gloves
Embroidery Scissor Sets
OPEN EVENJNGSTtflS WEEK.
high school at twelve o'clock prepar
ed to begin her one o'clock class.
Needless to say what make her watch
The girls' lunch room has been,
changed to the laboratory upstairs..
The boys will be tempted less now.
Report catds will be given out the
first of the week.
Mr. Glass's trio is making Itself
Nicholas Jauncguy addressed the
debate class Thursday afternoon,.
Read News Classified Advs.
"THE PARMER'S FRIEND
Buggies, Wagons, Hacks, Harness, Saddles,
Horses and Cattlo 'fop Bale
I buy and sell all kinds of junk
Phone 29 South 2 and A Streets
The Booth Kelly Lumber Co.
4 foot Slab Wood. $2.00
per Cord at the Mill
Springfield Flour Mills
BAKORE Hard Wheat patent
Try me. Get acquainted. You will like me. Boot
value for your money t Bay sour In Springileln.
' ' NOXALL
You know i nm. wall Hkwi fey all bread raakor-
"Wo glvo yo wore lor your money, In flour nni t .
of all klnija tLaa any other plaeo. In town