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THURSDAY, JAN. 18, 1017,
THE 8I1HNGF1ELD NEWS
"Control" Ib always pleasant when you Bay 31.
She knowfl It Ib the most popular number on her board
when people are in a hurry for drugs or other drug
PHONE FOR DRUGS
and boo how prompt our froo delivery service Ib.
There Ib no need of facing Inclement weather, or
of neglecting your household duties when you need
some thing from our storo.
Just Phone 31.
: Town and Vicinity
Mra. William Oott was operated on
at tho local honpltal this morning.
Frod Frittn of West Springfield Is
reported to bo on tho nick Hat,
f Clair McHonry wan registered at tho
Ullto hotol Tueiday.
A HO blcyclo In good nhapo; fid
at Loo'a Second Hand atoro.
J. It, McPhoraon ot this city has pur
chaaod a modal 75 Overland.
Mm. M, B. Hnrwood ot Wlnborry
won In town yoBtorday.
Miu. W. D. OlaHpoy of Kail Crook
waa ohopplng In Springfield yoBtorduy.
Don't forgot tho 5 per cent cash
discount at Sneod'a grocery.
Mr8. Mamlo Noblo returned to bit
duties at tho Cliff restaurant Monday.
J. F, Mlnncy, of Vlda, has bought
Mm. Jack Bcntly of Bugcno visited
at tho Fandrem homo yesterday.'
Bay your first class grain hay at J
J. Browning's Feed 8toro, J
Harold 8oy of Eugene wojf a bust,
aesa visitor to Springfield festorday.
Mrs. Waltor Wllraot amf'son, John,
aro visiting at tho hoinc of Mrs. (I.
0. Van Valxah. j -
Miss Doulah Harort 8 HI with
an attack of tho grip at nor homo at
Thurston. -J ....
A $40 bicycle in good shapo; ?10
at Leo's Second Hand Btoro.
Ocorgo Dmry nnd wlfo nnd daugh
ter of Coburg spopt tho ovonlng Wed-
nosdny nt tho homo of D. 8. Jordan. .
IMlllOu u. uuuy, wiiu mm aj o.
scalded last Saturday, Ib resting well
under tho existing clrcumstnncos.
Holno Adrian, who has boon quite
ill, la much Improved and loft tho
hospital this morning, v
Aro you gotting B per cent on your
groceries? If not, why not? Yoa
can at Snood's.
MIsb Floronco Cauthono of Salem
Is assisting at tho local hospital as
J, 13. Scott of Salom Is vlslUng his
daughter, Miss Hazel Scott at tho 1j
E. B. Morrison was oxpectod to
return today from a business trip to
San Frnnclsco and Sacromonto.
Bright clean bnlod straw, Alfalfa,
Oat and Oat nnd Vetch Hay. Prices
right. Froo delivery. Springfield
Mrs. John Abbott of Eugono spont
Tuesday afternoon In UiIb city visit
ing with her friend, Mrs. Claudo Nott.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elliott, who
havo both boon quite 111 with tho
grip, nro both fooling better now.
Charlos Flschor, formerly of horo
but now of Bond, Ib roportod n's bolne
vory ill in a hospital In Portland,
Good Tollable flro Insurance. No as
sessments; no membership feo. Pay
onco and you are done. H. B. Walker
at tho City TJall.
Vanco Cngloy, of Portland, Bpont
tho wook-ond with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. M. Cagloy and family.
Tho 8, P. bridgo crow, which haa
boon nt work horo for tho past monlh,
loft Tuesday morning for Marcola,
Mrs. Sherman Potior, Mrs. Charles
Hardt, and Mrs. Charles F. Eggl
mann attended a rocltal of tho Pacitlo
Conservatory ot Music hold In Eugeiu
Mrs. M. J. Illalr left for Portland'
Tuesday morning. Sho will visit her
only son, J. Illalr, and her grandson,
Herbert U. Hanson,, while In tho city.
J. 11. WIglo returned Monday from
Linn county, near Harrlsburg, when)
ho lino beon spending sevcul wcoki
ou hlu farm,
Bd Lovulctt, who suffered a badly
broken arm In November 10, state?
that ho will soon bo ablo to tako the
mombor out of a sling.
Flour advancos steadily. Why pay
moroT Our prices remain tho same.
Johnson's Dost $1.60. Cupid l'atent
$2.00, Oct our prices on Feed. Freo
delivery. Springfield Feed Co.
Joseph Ingram of Aberdeno Wash,
ington is visiting at tho homo of his
Bister, Mrs. I). S. Jordan, for a few
Tho 8prlngflold Feed company ship-
ped In tho past week, two cars of food
nnd two cars of hay. Toduy, It U
shipping out a cur of hops to Salem. '
Ocorgo Uurnott of Jaspor, who un-'
acrweni an operation ai ino local Hos
pital so mo tlmo ago was ablo to bo
moved to the homo of his sister Mrc.
S. II. Dakcr, today.
MIbM Frauds Gibson, who was
operated on at the Springfield hos
pital 10 days ago, will bo ablo to ro
turn to her homo at Fall Creek Sat
urday. JUSl received a supply of extra good
harness. Will bo sold clieup. Oeo.
Sottlo. Fifth street next to Slkcs gro
cery. A largo number ot Springfield folkj
attended tho llucool lecture given In
Eugene, last ovonlng. Bishop E. It. ;
Hughog head of tho Methodist church
at Boston, was tho speaker.
Mrs. Itosa Itonnlo has returned. fromi
London Springs, where she huavbeenj
for tho past three weeks. Sho wasae
compnnlcd by hor sister. Mrs. Luolln
Domorest and llttlo son.
B. N. Sutherland, of Not!, hns boon
admitted to tho Bugenu, hospital for
modlcal treatmont. O. "sinnor, of
Wendllng was also admitted for treat
meat. For Men's nnd Boys' work, dross
or hi cut shoos, or first class repairing
soo W. A. Hall, tho shoo doctor, Main
botwoeii 5th and 0th.
I). A. Holland' submitted to a slight
oporatloii Sunday at Iub homo on It
street. It wnB nocossnry to mnco
his foot, tho Infection being causod
by stopping on n rusty nail several
Vom Woolloy, son of Mr. and tyrs.
P. A. Woolloy, of East Springfield, has
returned to hlu homo from tho eastern
part of South Dakota. Ho has beji
absont from Sprlngflold nearly threo
How nbout omo of those Jong, lin
gering, dollclouB klssoB at Egglmnnn's
ABk tho girl, alio knows about thoso
long, llngorlng klsBca u,t Egglmann's.
Stop that cough! with Egglmnnn's
mothol cough drops. '
Mr. nnd Mrs. J, II. Cox, of Oswego,
Ore., departed for tholr homo Monday
morning. While In tills city thoy
vlsltod at tho homo of Mr, Cox's sister,
Mrs. Nina McPnerson, Mr. Cox Is
looking for a location nnd may movo
to Sprlngflold In tho near future.
Tho Eugene High School Second do
bato team has challenged tho local ora.
tora to u moot, but Sprlngllold haa do- L
elded not to compote. Tho local do
hating club hna boon divided into two
BOctionB, and lntor-debatoB aro now
bolng hold, In order to train for a da
bato to bo given In assembly sometime
Wo aro going to help you roduco
the high cost of living. Good Boot,
8, 10, and 12 conta. Good Bacon,
tha new pack from 16 to 30 cents. Pio-
I Tho following persons wore register
ed at tho Hprlngflold hotol on Tuesday:
I William F, Safloy and wlfo, Floronco;
Arloy Safloy, Florence; Luna Safloy,
Floronco; Franklo Safly, Floronco;
Ouy Day, Wendllng; B. B. Sprlggs,
Wcndtlng; and II. F, Lyons, Wendllng.
Workmen liavo been busy fixing up
tho I. O. O. F. lodgo hall. Thoro were
several small rooms In tho front of
tho building which liavo been useJ
for ofllco roomy nnd now the parll
lions havo been tnkon out, maklm;
Just oiio largo room.
Uy HUTH SCOTT.
Miss Bsther Hughes, a former hlith
school student, visited school last Fri
' Bdythe Ilolcornb ,has been absent
from school for several days on ac
count of Illness.
Professor P. M. Stroud is suffering
from an attack of la grippo. Ho vim
unable to hold any of his classes yes
terday. Fay Whltcly entered school as a
freshman last Tuesday.
It pays to remember your number,
at least It docs In the English fourth
year class. In case you don't, well.
you arc held for a three minute speech
Superintendent It. L. Kirk awarded
the magnificent sum of one penny to
a Caesar student, for studying lato
the previous evening.
The eighth grado examinations will
be held this week. We wish tho
victims good luck.
Who wants to do a good deed fur
his country? Then, Just donate somo
heat to the Springfield high school.
A number of West Springfield stu
dents wero seen sketching the high
school building. Wo heard that thuy
were members of an art class and
wero sketching historic ruins of the
Miss Graco Thomas visited high
school last Friday afternoon. She will
resume her studies next Monday, after
an absence of eight weeks, caused bv
Tho domestic science girls are go
ing to serve themselves to a good
breakfast next Tuesday; oho that they
have cooked themselves.
Tho mid-year cxaminalons are bo
ginning to loom up in the distance.
Eugcno may 'put it ovor' on us in
debate, but we will match pennies
wjth them any dny.
Tho civic Improvement club has
made 'a bravo start towards cleaning
TWnnw ntvln of hair dressln'cThat
,ho B,r,8 ,mvo a,loptoii has not been
met Altogether -Ith approval. - -..v
Our usual morning songs have been
a minus quantity this week, it Is too
cold to slug. ;
" Tho senior English clusB Is studying
Emorson'a essay on "Behavior."
Stolla Magiy has been sulTorlng
fremi slight case of blood polsonlnir
on her right arm. caused by a burn.
She haa not bo en compelled to miss
auy BCi,00i uowovor.
luka Circle Sends Box,
luka Circle number 28, Sprlnfffiold
ladles of tho Q. A. R. hns Just sent a
j Box of fancy work to Portland for tho
' Q, A, R. bazaar to hold In that city
on January 25, Tho hox contains
hnndkerchlqCs, jiofudolr caps, jTanoy
bags, and jabots mainly, and each
member has contributed ono plena.
Mrs. Al Montgomery nnd Mrs. Emily
Dorlty wero in churge of Bending oft
Burnher Family To Move To New York
Herbert Burgher of tho Stewart Ad
dition Ib selling off his household goods
and ho and his family will movo back
to New York stato because of tho
Illness of Mr. Burgher's father, R.
Burghor, Mr. and Mrs. Burgher havo
lived in tills vicinity for sovon yeare,
and tho friends thoy havo made ar
very sorry to Beo thorn go. Tholr
now nddross will bo Portvlllo, N. V
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Dopiirtmcnt of tho Intorlor. V. 3.
Land Ofllco at Roseburg, Oregon.
January 15, 1917.
NOTICE Is horeby given that Wnl
ter J, Brown, of Vida, Oregon, who.
on July 29, 1914, mado Homestead
Entry, Serial. No. 09659, for tho SEW
of, Section 12( Township 17S, Rnngo
2E, Willamette Meridian, Iiub Mod
notice of Intention to mako Final Com.
mutation Proof, to eitiibllsh claim
to tho land abovo described, before
I. P, Hewitt, V S. Commissioner, at
his ofllco, at Eugcno, Oregon, on tho
20th day of February ,1917,
Claimant names as wltnossos:
Mllo Thompson, of Vldn Oregon
"Lilac Domino" Is
Direct From N.Y.
Oomlc Opera At Eugono Thoatro
ForSaturday Night, Prom
ises To Bo Good.
Musical shows haven't occupied ua
many Broadway theatres, in Now York
an usual this season, but that brand
of theatrical is beginning to asseit
itself again. Andreas Uippel, hith
erto of grand opera fame, is to pre
sent his comic opera success "Tho
Lilac Domino" at the Eugcno theatre,
Saturday January 20.
"The Lilac Domino" has much to
recommend It to local music lovers.
Tho Now York cast and production
will be brought hero intact after open
ing its third season at a Broadwav
theatre. The company that will ap
pear In this cltyls the only ono pre
senting "Tht Lilac Domino" and tha
cast of principals Includes among oth
ers, Yyonne Darle, Bradford Kirk
bride, Joseph Carey, Marie Hamlltos,
Archibald Gilchrist. Allan Ramsey, Ed
ward Crawford and Andree Corday.
Tho largo chorus, both girls and boys,
can sing "The Lilac Domino" music
on tho key and with spirit There
will bo an augmented orchestra to
further enhance the performance.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of tho Interior, U.
land Office at Roseburg, Oregon.
December 22, 1916.
NOTICE Is hcroby given that Morti
mer Mungcr, of Vlda, Oregon, who, on
August S, 1013, made Homestead En
try, Serial, No. 0S973, for Lots 1, 2,
3 nnd SWtf of NE of. Section 6,
Township 17S, Range 3E., Willamette
Meridian, has filed notice of Intention
to mako Final Three-year Proof, to es
tablish claim to the land above des
cribed, before I. P. Hewitt, U. S. Com
missioner, at his office, at Eugene,
Oregon on the 27th day of January,
Claimant names ns witnesses:
Auldcrn Low, of Vlda, Oregon.
Mllo M. Thomson, of Vlda, Oregon.
James A. Resides, of Vlda, Oregon.
Carey W. Thomson, of Vida, Oregon.
W. H. CANON. Register.
Doc 25,28; Jan. 1,4,8,11.15,18,22.
Made in Springfield
A DIRECTORY OF MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MEN WHO WANT YOUR
BUSINESS AND WILL GIVE YOUIGOODVALUES
The House of
that cough with
Menthol Cough Drops
EGGIMANN'S CANDY KITCHEN phone 5t
For light, heat and power.
"Made in Springfield."
Oregon Power Co.
Shoes, Harness, Socks and
OveraNs. Miller's Shoe Grease
Wolf & Miller
In Tha Circuit Court of The State ef
Oregon For Lane County,
nuth Sexton, Plaintiff
Arch W. Sexton, Defendant
To Arch W. Soxton, the above nam
IN THE NAME OF THE 8TATE OF
OltEOON, you aro hereby required to
appear and answer the complaint filed
against you in tho abovo entitled suit
within six weeks from tho dato of tho
first publication of this summons, and
it VA1I all In nnawnr tew wnni Ihrtranf
Intnlntltr u'HI InVn a Aaornn avatnat viit
as prayed for In the complaint, tc-wlt:
That tho marriage contract now ex
isting between you and the plaintiff
be dissolved and for an order giving
to tho plaintiff tho exclusive care and
custody of the two minor children
of said marriage, to-wit: Enna Sex
ton and Fern Sexton, and for such
other and further relief as to the court
may seem equitable in the premises,
and for her costs and disbursements
in this suit
This summons la published by order
of the Hon. O. F. Sklpwortb, Judge
of tho abovo entitled court, which
'said order was dated at Eugene, Ore
gon, on tho 2Cth day of December,
1916, commanding this summons to be
published for six -weeks in tho Spring
field News, a newspaper of general
circulation, published at Springfield,
Lane county. Oregon. The date oi
the first publication of this summons
is the 28th day of December, 1916.
L. M. TRAVIS,
Attorney for plaintiff.
Dec, 28; Jan. 4,11,18,25; Feb, 1,8.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, U.
Land Ofllco at Roseburg, Oregon,
December 15, 1916.
NOTICE is hereby given that Cecelia
A. Fish, of Vlda. Oregon, who, on July
25, 1910, made Homestead Entry.Ser
ial, No. 06458, for tho NWtf of SEtf,
EUs of SW,1 and Lot 4 of. Section
30, Township 16S, Range 2E, Willa-t
mctte Meridian, haa filed notice of
i intention to make Final Five-year
Proof, to establish claim to tho land
above-described, before I. P. Hewitt,
U. S. Commissioner, at his office, at
Eugene, Oregon, on the 24th day of
Claimant names as witnesses:
Bon Mlnney, of Vida, Oregon.
Matt Rlckman, of Vida, Oregon.
Georgo T. Mason, of Eugcno, Oregon
Robert C. Shepard, of Eugene, Ore
gon. W. H. CANON. Register.
Dec. 18,21.25,28; Jan. 1,4.8,11,16,18,22
CALL FOR WARRANTS.
Interest on all General Fund war
rants Issued by the Town of Spring
field, up to and including number 6992,
ceases on January 20, 1917. The
! treasurer will buy all such specified
warrants op or after tne above date.
WALTER R. DIMM, Treas.
Jan. 15, 18, 22, 25.
Oregon Power Co,
You know, I
W. F. WALKER
Office Pliont 0Z; Pt'lc'enca 67-J
West Main 4t.
HERBERT E. WALKcR
Offle fn City Hall, Springfield, Ora.
Hair Cut 20c
Shave 10c. Boys'
or Girls Hair
Razors Honed 25
We carry the Standard
Brands of Groceries and they
are pure and fresh.
When you buy Groceries
from us you know you are
getting reliable goods because
you have our guarantee be
hind them. We in turn are
protected by the wholesaler.
Let us convince you of the
reliability of our stock by fill
ing your next order for Gro
ceries. Nice & Miller
We deliver all orders.
"THE PARMER'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 SlabjWood. $2.00
per Cord at the Mill
Springfield Flour Mills
BAKORE Hard Wheat Patent
Try me. Get acquainted, Yoa yfll tike mo. Beat
valne for your stone? ot uty mmr In Sprint JfM.
am well liked ly all bread r