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MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 1017.
THE SIOtlNOFIELD NEWS
"Contral" In always pleasant wlion you say 31.
Sho knows It Is the most popular number on her board
when pooplo aro In a hurry for drugs or other drug
PHONE FOR DRUGS
and boo how prompt our frco delivery service Is.
There Is no need of facing Inclement weather, or
of neglecting your household dutlcB when you need
BOino thing from our storo.
Just Phone 31.
I Town and Vicinity
.. .. ..
William Wallls. Jnspori J. H. Carte-,
0. II, linker, and K.R Morrison.
Mrs, Ray Emorson of Eugcno was In
Springfield on business Friday.
' Mr. and Mm. H. Petit wore in town
from Fall Crook Friday.
Tho best on earth.
Menthol Cough Drops.
John Wlxonrold hns returnod front
h trip to Portland.
' Mr. and Mrs. Charlos Elliott aro both
confined to tho houso with bad attack
of tho grip.
't I), A. Washburno Is quite 111 with tho
grip at his homo on North Secoirl
' Don't forget tho D per cent cash
discount at Bnoed's grocery.
' Mrs. J. P. Fry loft Friday for a visit
la PorUand and with her slslor, Mrs.
Minnie Murray, at Baker.
Miss FJoronco Furusct was a guest
of Miss Hazel Dean at (Josh on over
Earle Mooro brought In aload73
sacks of potatoes from tho John M.
Soavey ranch Saturday morning.
Bjtiy your first class grain hay at J
J. Drownlng'a Feed Storo.
Mrs. Julos, Dcmlck left Thursday
morning for Dallas to visit her parents
Mr. and Mra. F. A. Nlckerson.
Hans Jonnon who Is employed at
tho Cox and Cox department ntoro.
Is qulto ill with tho grip.
Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 8un
dormun, of tho VUuh additlon.a son,
Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Wynd woro in
from Hayden Ilrldgo on business Fri
day. ?" '
!Aro you getting G por cent on your
grocorlcs? If not, why notT You
tan nt Snood's.
r ;Mr. and MrH. Goorgo Crawford and
family havo moved from Hayden Ilrldgo
Mr. and Mrs. n. M. Bakor havo mov
cd Into tho Mlnnld Knlilor homo on fl
Btroot,' botwoon Sovcnth and' Eighth.
' Mrs. J. E. D'nlch arrived Friday
afternoon from .Albany to sporid sovor-
nl .days with Mra. S. Jackson. ,
. Mrs. Efllo McPhorson and her bro
thor, Mr. E. Kadoy, havo gono ta
Advcrtlsod letters remaining In tho
Sprlngflold post ofllco January 12: Mrs.
Clara D. Dunn.
Good rollablo flro Insurance. No as
sessments; no membership foo. Pay
onco aud you are dene. II. EI. Walker
at' tho City TIall.
M. J. Powol and famly of Haydu'.t
Ilrldgo havo moved to Sprlngflold for
.' , Mrs, J. II. Morolock Is at MohawU
nursing Mrs. Monroo Hill who Is very
ill with rhoumatlsm.
f Professor John Johnson of Goshon..
was In Sprlngflold on business Sat
urday morning. ,
, Mrs, Goorgo of Monmouth spent
last wook in Sprlngfleld aa a guest
6f Mrs. M. J. MeKlln.
For Men'a and Doys' work, dross
or hi cut ohooa, or first class repairing
boo W. A, Hall, tho shoo doctor, Main
botwoon Cth and 6th.
. Among farmers of tho vicinity who
are clearing land of stumps, prepara
tory to spring planting are: William
i Smeod, 28 acres; B. II, Lyons, JaBporj
Mrs. Roso Blackwell of Oakvllle,
California, who Is now staying at Eu
gene, where her mother Jo 111, visited
oa Friday wth Mrs, M. J.McKlln vt
L. H. Brooks, of tho circulation do
partmcnt of the Portland Orcgonlan,
was working In this vicinity the last
of the week,
Mrs. It. N. White and A. H. Sun
erman of tho Vitus addition worn
among tho out-of-town folks shopping
In Springfield Friday,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Chnrlos Carson and
family of Holly spent tho weekend
hero at tho homo of Mr and Mrs. ti.
Mrs. J. H. Lano of Silver Luke, who
has been visiting hero with relatives
and frlenda Tor tho past throo week, .
loft Saturday morning. Mrs. Lun.i 1
was Miss Myrtlo Soronson.
Just received a supply of extra good
hnrnosB. Will be Hold cheap. Ueo.
Settle Fifth street noxt to Slkcs gro
cery. J. L. Clark, formerly of Springfield,
who Ib now socrotary and manager
of tho Oregon Hop GroworB' associu-
tion, with headquarters at Sulcm, wai 1
In Sprlngfleld on Friday.
Mr. and Mm. Will Calkins left Sat
urday morning for Seattle after a few
days' visit hero at the home of former
Ohio friends, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. I). Ken
soy. Information has reached, friends here
of tho death of MIbs Pearl Mylcs, tho Ren6( and county Clerk Stacy M. Itur
daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Myles, Ben nnd Mra nu.geit
formerly of this city, at tholr homo
In McIIcnry, Kentucky.
ovenlng, died yesterday morning.
i . i - it.. n.t.
lv tnr hr homo In Eureno after be-!
Ing employed for a fow days at tin
local hospital. Mra. Ola Ilankln has
returned to her duties at tho hospital
after a few days rest
Cupid Flour $2.00. Othors ask $2.t0,
Johnson's Best S1.C0. Others, ask
$1.80. Every Back guaranteed. Why
pay mora? Sprlngflold Feed Com
pany. A. C. Pease, of tho WUIamac Land
company, Mrs. Pease and their daugh,
ter, Mrs. C. It. Wagnor, woro In Spring-,
field from tho Vitus aaultlon Saturday
morning. Mrs. Wagnor, who return
ed to Portland Saturday nftor a two
months' visit horo, was accompunlod
by nor mother,
Mrs. C. Caspors, n member of tho
city council of Monroo, Is horo for a
fow days visit with Mr. Caspors, who
is foromnn In tho Southern- I'ucM-j
ropulr shop and conduction work bo
twoon. Sprlngflold and. Eugene,. Mry.
Cnspors Is also visiting nt tho homo.""" "'","", 7
' , . q. , , homo for tho romalnder of tho winter .
of her undo, Isaac Slovens.
Miss Grace ThomaB reentered high
school today, after an absonco of oight
weeks, on nccount of illness. Miss
Thomas undorwont an oporntlon for
appondlcltus about sevon weoks ago,
which, complicated with a slight touch
of blood poisoning has mado her
Illness a lenghthy ono.
Wo aro going to help you reduce
tho high cost of living. Good Boor,
8, 10, and 12& cents. Good Bacon,
tho now pack from 10 to 30 contB. Pic-
nlo hams and they aro flno 15 cents
pound. Sparo Ribs, 3 lbs for 25 cents,
Flno pork sausage 2 pounds for ?.5
cents. Swarts & Washburne
Mr. and Mrs. Grlf Walto bt South
Dakota aro visiting In Creswoll at tho
homo of Mr. Wnlto's brother, Bornard
Whlto. Yesterday, Mr. and Mrs. Grlf
Wnlto and Mr, and Mrs, Bernard Walto
vlBltod In Sprlngflold at tho homo ot .
Isaac Cllno. All tho fnmlllos am for-1
mor nolghbors In South Dakota.
Thoso who breakfast at olght o'clock
or later, lunch at twolvo and havo din
ner at six aro almost cortaln to bo
troublod with lndlgostlon. Thoy do
not allow tlmo for ono moal to digest
boforo taking anothor. Not less than
flvo hours should olapso botwoon
meals, If you aro troublod with ing!.
gestion correct your habits and tako
Chamborlaln'u Tnblots, nnd you may
reasonably hopo for a quick recovery.
Thoso tablots strengthen tho stomach
and enable It to perform Its functions
naturally, Obtainable everywhere.
Beware of Ointments for
Catarrh tiiat Contain Mercury
am mercury will surely dretroy (ha aerc
at amell nnil completely darnntre Ilia
whole yitm when mitering' It throucli
the mucous aurface. Huch article eliould
never bo uel except on prmcrlptlon
from rrnutabla pliyalclflne, n I lie ilamaee
tliry will do In ten fold to the Rood you
ran pniilbly derive from litem. Hall'
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by V. J.
Olieney & Co.. Toledo, O., contain? no
mercury, and la taken Internally, acting
directly upon tho blood and mucoua sur
face of tho ayatem. In buying Ilall'a
Calnrrh Curs be aure you art the e;enu
Inn, It la taken Internally and made In
Toledo, Ohio, by V. J. Cheney & Co, Tea
Hold by UruKKlala, Trice 75c per bottle,
Take 1 tail's family Till for constipation.
J, II. Mcl'honton of Sprlngfleld linn
purchased nn ovorland car,
H, M. Conloy of Portland la visit'
ling with Ills brother Clinton Conloy of
! Mrs. I). K. Itholmennchncldcr, of
Wcndllng, suffered a bad fall which
j resulted In a bruised forehead and none
and a sprained wrist, Saturday after-
'noon about 3:30 o'clock, whon she fell
i on tho curbing at Eugene.
Tho condition of Mrs. Walter Hen
drlckson of St. Helons,, Oregon, who
underwent a serious operation on Sat
urday evening, Is favorable this morn
ing, la the Information given out at
the Sprlngflold hospital, whero Mrs.
Hcndrlckson now Is. Miss Kays of
Eugene Is' special nurse on the case.
Tho Infant twin girls, born Saturday
Friends received word Friday from
Mrs. U. G. McEIIiany saying that Mr.
McElhany Is now able to sit up and
tako a few steps. Ho Is feeling so
I much better that his relatives aro
I filllr-tt nnrnllrnpAil nnil font Hint tin la
nQW m thfJ roaU ,0 rccovcry, Mr.
nn(, Mnj McElh aro nt Watcrtown.
AID SUPPER YIELDS $43.15
Methodist Ladles Affair Friday Night
Is Made Real Succett.
Tho chicken supper seved by the
members of the Methodist Indies aid
In tho church parlors from 5:30 until
8:00 Friday evening was a real suc
cess, both from tho view-point of the
diners and tho Aid, since the dinner
was most delicious and satisfyng, and
brought In $43.15.
Over 170 woro present, a number
of whom woro out-of-town pcoplt.
Among tries o latter were three mem
bers of tho Metropolitan Life Insur
anco forco and their wives, from Eu-
Mra. W. II. Pollard was chairman of
tho commlttco to whom credit Is duo
for tho success of the u flair.
'mnmliAni urnrA- MpRrlnman fY If. .Tnr.
rett. N. W. Emery. It. W. Smith, and
The money taken in Is to npply on
thcAld's pledge of $1,000 to the new
Propose 2 More Bills.
Lnno county members of the house
of representatives at Salem havo pro-!
nnand tu-n mnrn hllln. Thonn nrv !
I H. B. 45, W. B Jones Permitting I
Un.mtv ,ir. to nv lomnnmrv nn. I
polntmont to All vacancy in ofllco ot
Justlpo of tho peace ,
H. U. 47, Beon Permitting loans !
from school fund on stuto lands for
remaining two-fifths of purchaso prlc-j '
after three-'flfths has been pnld by
the state. -
Moving To This City.
Mr. and Mrs. II, B. Rhodes aro mov
ing to Sprlngfleld from a farm near
Tronf. Thoy havo recontly trailed
tholr farm for property In Washington.
nnil 1 1 nniw nmlrA ! lt il !
and perhaps longer. They will live I t
tho IIoubo residence on C street bo-
tween Fourth nnd Fifth. Mrs. M. J
xri.-un nt t,t uw m-o ni,n,tu.
Mcklln of this city and Mrs. Rhodes
aro sisters. j
Natron Pit Will Be Reopened.
ti, c,.n,m. nnntno .At
Natron will soon bo reoptmed for th;
purpose ot supplying ballast for the
main lino track In the vicinity of Rico
Hill, whero largo rails aro being laid,
Tho steam shovel to bo used will get
out several thousand yards of gravel
with which to ballast the now tracks'
in tho company's. Blair street yards ;
To Repair Sprlngfleld Bridge. .
Tho members of tho county court
Inspected tho wagon bridge pvor tlw
Willamette at Sprlngfleld on Thure-
nna decided to make tempprary
repairs at onco
Tho brldgo is :u
need of new docking and now paint. ,
These Improvements woro recommend-'
ed by nn Inspector for tho stato high-
way commission several weoks ago.
The Habit of Taking Cold. t
With many peoplo taking cold Is a
hnblt, but fortunately ono that Is easi
ly broken. Tako a cold spongo bath
ovory morning whon you first grit put
of bod not Ice cold, but a tempera
turo of about 90 F. Also sleep with
your winoow up. uo tnis anil you
will seldom tako cold. When you do
tako cold tako Chamberlnln's Cough
Romody and got rid of it as qulnkly
afl passible. Obtainable ovoryvrh n.
LET OLD GLORY FLY
Duffy Ignored U Boat's Command
to Lower Colors.
CHEMUNG SUNK BY TORPEDO.
When Captain and Craw of Thirty-four
Qot Into Small Boata, Flag Wat
Snapping In Breeze They Pulled
Away From the Side of the Doomed
Liner With It Still Flying.
Now York. Captain John L. Duffy,
stocklly built, square Jawed, weather
tanned, was among the first of the 27-1
passengers who camo ashore from the
French liner Itochambcau. Until Nov.
28 tho captain was In command of the
American slcamshlp Cbemang. On
that day a torpedo from an Austrian
submarine sank bis sblp In the Med
Iterratteau off the coast of Spain.
The captain was not at all dismayed
by bbi experience, and be said that be
would take out another vessel Just as
soon as be could get one. He baa
made several trlpa to Archangel during
tbe war, and submarine do not scare
blin a bit Until be goes to sea again
captain joiin u Durrr.
the skipper wit) be at his borne, 237
East Oue Huudrcd aud Slxty-tblrd
"The Chemung went down with her
called how he refused to obey an order '
of the Austrian commander to strike
"We wcro out from New York with
a general cargo and off the Spanish
coast In the Mediterranean when the
submurlue came nloug." Captulu Duffy
"A shot across our. bows wan
the slKtial for us to stop, nod we did
w uad lcn -on the lookout for sub
marines, and for this reason we did
not lose, any time in hauling up the
. nliriinl flint- wn tmrA tnnnln.
., rcsnonsc t0 n sigua fronl ti.
8UUnj!irlne Third Officer Jucobscn row
ed to her, carrying with blin the ship's
papers. Tho commander was for ar
resting tho skipper, but apparently he
was satis ilea witu tne destruction or
tuc steamer. .Moreover, ue was ptiicat
ed.by- Jocobseu's statement that tbe
captain was a good sort of. man.
The mibmnrlnc commander signaled
for the ting to be lowered, but the
skipper paid no attention. He nnd
his crew of thirty-four cot Into small
I ..-.1 1. ai.... .
'. l,,l5,"u,' wuh -
the 'staff as they pulled nway from
tho side of the doomed lluer.
"we were hardly out of rango when
,he 'nJ"rluo1 fl,01 ou ,tbe ObB
mung," the skipper continued. "She
attewplKl ,0 8uk ,he ahlp by 6hel,
are but ns t,l)a bad Uimarcutiy Do cf-
feet and the vessel continued to ride
uS 011t uf watcr the commnnder sent
a torpedo Into her. She sauk within
When tho Chemung went down the
Bubuiarlue circled about and picked up
the two small boats. LIties were pass-
cd by the submarine, aud for two
hours she towed the boats toward the
shore. Then the SpunLIi slenmsL!,)
Snlvttdore Gltier came In slsht. nnil
f,he Uleu, on ho submarine cut the wit-
Hue, nnd a few eeconds later she had
dlred beneath the sea.
WIDOW TO GIVE AWAY LAND.
Will Donate Building Sit to Any Cou
. pla Who'll Live Near Her.
Patcrson. N. J.-Mrs. W. E. Wester
volt, a lonesome wealthy widow, eighty
years old, has offered to glvo freo a
tract of land to any young couplo who
wl build und live In a buugalow
Plongsldo the now house she Is having
constructed outside tho city. In her
oplulou city llfo Is not good for young
married persons because thero aro too
intiny movies and other attractions to
draw tbelr attention from tho home.
Mrs. Westervclt Is Interested In rell.
glou.i work among young peoplo and Is
mnrlng from hor house nt 18 Church
jit root becattso sho believes that a coun
Jr.v life Is tho best onu to lead for
'.10,iltb and happiness. Her offer wa?
umde known after church services thf
other night, und It Is expected she will
hitvo many anplloanU for tho bulWInp
vet amtCN or vr a cur teiMto
mrr a sift a vooa Loose
pAPtn. tK,Bvr its airrca
AHO CHIAPtR, BtCAUK IT CT
wiiarm ahd LAiTS tOH6ta
HERE'S something curious about W-B CUT Chew
ing it takes less out of your pocket and puts a
better chew into your mouth. No big plug sagging your
pocket, no big wad sagging your cheek. Half as much
of this rich tobocco goes twice as far as ordinary plug.
W-B saves your silver and gives you a silver-lining fccN
mg of happiness all over. You cca't help from telling
your friends about W-B.
KUt 7 WETMAN-MUTON COMPART, M VtUm Syar., New Tk Ctj
GET INSTANT ACTION
Those who have used it in Spring-
field are astonished at the INSTANT
action of simple buckthorn bark, gly
cerine, ect, as mixed In Alder-i-ka.
Because It acts on BOTH lower and
upper oowel, ONE SPOONFUL Alder-
1-ka relieves almost ANY CASE con
stipation, sour stomach or gas . It re
moves such surprising foul matter
that a few doses often relieve or pre
vent appendicitis. A short treatment
helps chronic stomach trouble. M. M.
Peery Drug company. ,
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ON
EXECUTION IN FORECLOSURE
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of an Execution and Order of
Sale issued out of tho Circuit Court
of the State of Oregon for tho Coun
ty of Lane on the 7th day of Decem
ber, 191C, in a suit wherein the Plain
tiff, Chas. A. Logan and Hattle C.
Logan, recovered Judgment against
the Defendants Thomas G. Cain and
Olive Cain (sometimes known as 01-
lie Cain) his wife for the sum of
Five Hundred Eleven and 65-100
($511.65) Dollars with Interest there
on from the 27th day of November
1916, at the rate of 6 per cent per
annum and One Hundred and nc-100
($100.00) Dollars attorney's fees, and
the further sum of $26.46 costs,
which Judgment was enrolled and
docketed In the Clerk's office of said
Court in Bald County on tho 27th day
of November 1916. and said Execu
tion to me directed commanding me
in the name of tho State of Oregon
in order to satisfy said Judgment,
attorney's fees, coats, and accruing
costs to sell the following described
real property to-wlL All that part of
tho Southeast quarter of the Southeast
quarter of Section twenty six (26) in
Township eighteen (18) South of
Range one (1) East - of the
a iUvl v Ai UvUlUllJ UvOVilUvU 40 UtT
elnnlnB at the southeast corner of
tvtnwv nnf lillniltf t nat ViArl no Ka.
I said Section and running thence
North on Section lino to the center
of said Creek, thence Westerly down
center of said creek to a point 20
chains West of said Section line,
thence South to the South line of
said Section and thence East 20
chains to the place of beginning, con
taiulng 25 acres more or less in Lano
Now, therefore, In the name of the
Stato of Oregon, aud in compliance,
wlth said Execution, and Order of
Sale, I will on Saturday the 20th day
of January, 1917, at the hour of one
o'clock p. m. on said Day at tbe
Southwest door ot the County Court
house, at Eugene, Oregon, offer for
sale, and sell for cash, subject to re
demption all the right, title and in
terest ot tho Defendants Thomas G
Cain and Olive Cain, (sometimes
! known as OUIe Cain) his wife, Eugene
Loan and Savings Hank, .a corpora'
tlon and BIrdell Carter, in and to the"
above described real property,
i JAMES C. PARKER,
Sheriff ot Lano County, Oregon.
By D. A. Elktns, Deputy.
Dec. 18, 25; Jan. 1, 8, 15.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ON
EXECUTION IN FORECLOSURE
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of an Execution and order of
Sale issued out of the Circuit Court
Ot the State of Oregon for the Coun
ty of Lano on the 8th day ot Dec
ember, 1916, in a suit wherein tho
Plaintiff Breyman Leather Co., a cor
poration, recovered Judgment against
the defendant Martin Miller for the
sum ot Nine Hundred Twenty SLx
and 86-100 (?926.86) Dollars with in
terest thereon from the 8th day of
December 1916, at the rate of 6 per
cent per annum and attornoy fees In
cluded In abovo amount, and the fur
ther sum of ?15.40 costs, which judg
ment was enrolled and docketed in
the Clerk's ofllco ot said Court in
said County on tho 8th Day ot Dec
ember, 1916, and sajd Execution to
mo directed commanding me in tho
name "of tho Stato of Oregon in order
'to 6atisfy said judgment, attorney's
fees, costs, and accruing costs to sell
tho following described real property
Tho West half ot tho Southwest
quarter ot Section fourteen (14) in
Township fifteen (15) South of Rango
One (1) West of tho Willamette Mor
Idian n Lane County, Oregon.
Now, therefore in tho name ot the
State of Oregon, and In compliance,
with said Execution, and Order of
Sale, I will on Saturday the 20th day
ot January, 1917, at tho hour ot one
o'clock, p. m. on said Day at tho
Squthwest door ot the County Court
house at Eugene, Oregon, offer for
sale, and sell tor cash, subject to re
demption all the right, title and In
terest of tho Defendant Martin Mil
ler In and to the above described real
JAMES C. PARKER,
Shorlff ot Lane County, Oregon.
By D. A. HtktuB, Depaty.
Doc. IS, 25; Jan, 1, I, IS.
CAOihJ 6M TO IT ALL
Ib to increase an ever-widening
circle of satisfied custom
ers, and our sense of propor
tion tells us instinctively that
to do this, we must meet the
other fellow a little more than
half way, by offering:
Groceries that are right in ev
Lowest prices consistent with
Prompt and efficient service.
If these Items are of interest
to YOU, we would appreciate
an opportunity to make you
one of our many customers.
Nice & Miller
We deliver all orders.
Hair Cut 20c
Shave 10c. Boys'
or Girls Hair.
Razors Honed 25
O. R. Gullion, M.D.
Practice Limited tl
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Graduate Nurse Attending
306, White Temple, Eugene.
H, SANDCATHE Proprietor
Repairing a Specialty
Main, bet fourth nnd Fifth. Phono 11
SPRINGFIELD - OREGON
ROBERT BURNS Lodge, No.
78, A. M. F., Ancient and
Accepted Scottish Rite Uni
versal and Symbolic Fro a
Masons meets first and third
Friday evening in W. O. W.
hall Visiting brothers wel
T. B. Harris
D. W. ROOF, JEWELER
SPRINGFIELD, - OREGON
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
W. F. WALKER
Office Phone 62; Residence 67-J
. West Main St
Made to Measure Suits
Lemley Suit House
HERBERT E. WALKER ,
9Mct In CRy HaU, 9pmtUW, Or.
jugc,tat rutaw MAS