Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (April 16, 1917)
MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1017
THE 8I1UNGFIELD NEWS
Please Step to the Phone
WE ARE WAITINQ ON OUR END OF THE LINE
Muko your drug store wants known. to ub by phone or
messenger; and tlio. .goods will bo dollvorcd at your
door without delay, Our number Is 31.
FREE DELIVERY SERVICE
tea pari of our up-to-date 1)ubiicbh getting system.
Don't. hoHitato to call ub, even If your order Is a small
one. Our goodB are frcBh and of Biiporlor quality,
Block Ik comploto and includcB practically every
thing carried in a modern drug Htore.
Wo nro glad to sond for your proscriptions and dollvor
tho finished modlclno.
lu r- f" r
I Town and Vicinity
Minn JcirIo Itnthbun loft Saturdny
morning for Twin Falls, Idaho, whoro
bo cntoru a training school for
nurnon. Mls Hathliun will Join her
Inter, Mien Flossie, who has about
completed nor trnlnlnc.
H. E. Pitts, president of tho 8prini;.
flold Planing mill company, roturncd
Friday evonlng from a Bliort bunl
dobs trip to Southern Oregon potato.
Horn: to Mr. and Mrs. Torn Allen,
who lWo on U street, bntwoon Eighth
and Ninth, Thursday evening, a nine.
and.ono.half pound son.
tn Bprlngflcld" at tho Talaco of
J. Sidney Montgomery, who has
boon III for eomo time, In just hold,
log his own, little chanRO being no.
tlceablo in his condition.
MIbb Mnrgnroto Morrln, who hai
boon quite HI for nomo tlmo with luiu.
bago is nomo hotter nt thin tlmo.
aion 0. Ilognrd nnd Karl Walkc.,
both of Marcola, enlisted in tho
United Btatos navy and wore nont to
Tortlnnd Thursday afternoon.
donornl ropnlr shop Iron nnd wool
work. Horseshoeing a specialty. Hamp
ton llros. South Second and A Sts, "
Jobb Campbell nnd Krnnk Mclloo
hovo loft for Richmond, Cnl., whoro
they will bo employed.
llorbort MnFnrlnnd nnd family hnvo
gono to I.eonn, whoro they will ro.
Hoy Hitter, who Jinn been employed
nt tho Hooth-Kolly Lumber company
for sotno tlmo, resigned IiIh position
and oxpoctH to loav(1 soon for Mabel
whoro ho will havo a poBltlon with
tjlio Coast HnnRo Lumber company.
A Btondy ntrlng of shoes coming
and going nt Wolf nnd Mlllors,
MrH. W. H. Whoolor of Bprlngflold.
Who lntoly vlHlotd rolntlvos nt Trent
has, gono to California, whero hor
husbnnd la working In n mill.
Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Sobrlng of Jas
per wero Springfield shoppors Friday.
MIbb Margaret Morris dopartod
Ratunlay for a sIx.weokH visit, with
hor parents In Iowa. It has boon
over six yearn since Miss MorrlB Inst
visited hor parents.
THOROUGHBRED rinrrod Rock eggs
for hatching good layors. $1.00
for 10. H. E. Walker
D, D. Gamble- of Iroton, Iowa, and
J. F. Knowloton of Canton, South Da.
.kota stoppod overnight with Mr. and
lra. O. n. Kcssy, returning homo
Waltor Prico nnd Hilly Rhodes of
Marcola wor) business visitors hora
Mm. A. C. McCrnckon loft Thurs.
day afternoon for Carlton, Oregon,
whoro sho will join hor husband for
r wook or two.
Good rollable flro Insurance No as
sessments; no membership foo. Pay
onco and you are deno. H. E. Walkor
nt tho City Hall.
Earl Grouto and sister, who havo
reoontly arrlvod from California, havo
takon tho furnished houso of Jack
,,'Stanlckor on D atroot. Mr. Grouto is
a brakoman on tho gravol train. Misa
Orouto has been tho guost of Mrs, 8.
Jacobson slnc0 hor arrival.
Why Constipation Injures.
! Tho bowels aro tho natural Bowor
ago system of tho body, Whon thoy
become obstructed by constipation n
r-art of tho poisonous matter which
- thoy should carry oft is absorbed into
tfco systom, making you fool dull and
ttipld, and Interfering with tho dlgo
Uon and assimilating of food. Thla
edition is qnickly rollovo by Cham
o serlnln's Tablets. Obtainable every
Mrs. Moatn, a mother on tho west
tilde hnn given three sons to tho
cause. JohmIo Meats left Thursday
for Vancouver, whoro he wil Join the
regular finny; Earl Meats, left Tues
day and Joined tho avlntlon corps,
uml Fred Meats ro.cullstcd In the or.
tlllery sovcrni days ago.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Dickey of Corn
ing, Cnl., panned through here Wcdnen
day evening en route to Jasper where
they havo rented the Jasper flour mill
For Men's nnd Boys' work, drens
or hi cut flhoes, or first class repnlrlnif
boo W. A. Hall, the shoe doctor, Main
between 4th and 5th.
J. F. Humphery of Camas, Wash.
Ington, arrived Thursday arid will
spend a few dnys'hcrc.
K. G. Klonlor, E. II. Hcaton of Mar.
cola, Robert Willlan of Waltcrvllle,
nnd WII Ketchun wero registered ot
the Elite hotel tho last of the week.
Fred Brcsslor returned Saturday
morning from a envoral days' business
trip to Corvnllls, Albany, Salem and
Who wants a fine Hambeltonlan
Alloy to drivo for her keeping. En
quire V. office box 99. Springfield.
I, II. I.armer of Fall Creek, D. I.
DIcbh of Eugune, It. Cavotl of Lorann,
J. J. Smith of Wendllng, Geo. Miller
of Lebanon, Miss. Smith, Ilob Andcr.
boii of Calgany, and F. C. Miller of
Albany, registered at tho Springfield
hotel tho latter pnrt of the week.
Walter Horndon, who has been 111
for the past week, Is Improving and
expects to rosumo IiIh duties nt tho
Hressler hardware In a few days.
A. ('. Travis loft Frlduy evening
for l.nport, Indiana In answer to a
telegram stating that his father was
not expected to live.
Before buying your Sprlnp hat
visit the Stylo Shop In Eugene
Scores of new hats await your In
spection. "Prettiest lints in Tow 1"
modcBtly priced nt $2.50; $3.no, $5.00,'
gntherlnc up old papers to soli to tho
Word has boon received that Nnls
JoiiHon of Prlclboro, Oregon is not
oxpotitod to live. Mr. Jensen form
erly worked nt tho local Hooth-Kolly
Mill nnd is a brother of Mrs. Soreu
Ben. Water Wllmot departed tho last of
. . .. 1 . . r. II.,., ii'lmvii
IIIU " Wl'Un IUI V'UHUlllilll IUIIIID "liuni
ho will look for a location boforo send j
Ing for his family to Join him. i
ItosiHted peituuts and fresh popcorn
.lnll. t.ltn nt Cu'nntB
whlto Mountain ice" cream "aiuim
Mrs. D. W. C'rltes was expected to
arrive from Aberdeen Washington tho
Inst of tho week to Join hor husband
who hns accoptcd a position ns snv
filer ut tho Dooth-Kelly mill. Tho
position wns recently vncntod by K.
MIhs, Ilerthu Dunlnp of Dnlloy Hill
spent tho wook end with her uncle
Duiinlo. (W, U Dunlnp). .
Mrs. I'. A. Uoll of Mabel wns brought
to Springfield Saturdny for treatment
for gnll.Btoncs nnd It Is possible that
ebo will avoid an operation.
H. K. Lyon of Jasper cam to t
local physician Saturday for tretvt.
inent for stomach trouble,
Mario Do Puo returned Friday fim
n trip to Portland.
Safe Medicine for Children,
"la It snfo?" Is tho first question to
bo considered whon' buying cough
modlclno for children. Clmmborluln'd
Cough Komedy Una long boen a favor.
Ito wltJi molhorB of young children, ns
it contains no opium or othor narcotic,
and may bo given to a child as confl.
dontly as nn adult. It la plosant to
tako too, which is of grcut Importance
when a modlclno must bo given to
young chlldron, This romody is most
effectual in relieving coughs, colds
and croup. Obtainublo everywhere.
Defnegs Cannot Be Cured
fcr local appllealiona, i(, Ihty eaaoat ifaeh
I fan tllaraax portion or tha ar. Tbtrp It
eat on way lu aura ila(nM, an that la
br oonalltuilanal mnt-4la. Vtafruaa la
raaa1 or an Inflarnul condition of tho mu
cous lining of tha Jtuatachlan Tub. Whan
thla tub la Inflamed yiiu liava rurnbllnr
aound or Imperfect heailnr, and when It I
antlri-lr cloaed, Dialn.ii la tha result, anit
unleas th Inflammation can b Ukv mi
and thla tuba realnrad to lla normal tohrtf.
IUn, hearing Mill b dalrieri forareri nl
(u,i out of ten ara caue'd br Calarrl,
which la nothing but an Inflamed conditio
of tha miicoua aurfaces.
Wo will kIv On Hundred Dollars fr any
ca of Prafneea (rauaed by rnfairh) Mini
cannot b cur, .1 br Haifa Catarrh Cut.
Bend for circulars, free.
V, J. 'Ml-.MHY A CO., Toledo, Ohio.
flold br Druiralrta, Jlr
Tak flail's family I'llta for conatlpatlon
Hubert Trnvls has accepted a po.
ultlo,, with the Walker and Hurgehs
Toggery of Dunsmulr, California an 1
will take up IiIh dutlos In a short time,
Mrs. Pear Ovlatt submitted to a
major operation at the local hospital
Geo. McGlll rcturntd from southern
Oregon to spend tho week-end ot
Onion 8eti nnd a complcto lino of gar
den seeds in bulk nnd package nt
Springfield Feed Company store.
A. II. Sundermnn of Douglas Gar.
dens was in town Saturday.
Miss. Thcda Perkins returned homo
from a trip to Portland Friday.
Archie Machen left Sunday on ;t
business trip to Portland.
Mrs. C. H. Greene and daughter
j Nadyne and son Holland Francis vis.
; Itcd at tho A. C. Travis homo Sunday.
G. W. Lyon of Walton, a former city
marshal of Springfield spent Saturday,
Joo Clark of Salem orrlvcr Saturday
morning to spend a few days with re.
latlvcs and friends.
Miss. Margaret Morris departed Sat.
unlay morning for a Blx-weeks' visit
to her parents at Stockport, Iowa,
Miss Morris has not visited her Par
ents for over six years.
Sherman Sprong of Marcoln was a
i Springfield visitor Saturday.
' O. B. Kcssoy received word Friday
of the serious Illness of his mother
of Mllford, Iowa. Mrs. Kessey Buffera
with heart trouble.
j Grain cleaning, rolling and grinding
i done on short notice at our warehouse,
i Stock of land plnstor and cement con
stantly on hand. Springfield Feel
Mrs. Mc Gownn who has been a
resident of Springfield for a number of
' years left Snturduy for Hastings,
j Nebraska, where sho will make hsr
' future home.
I Miss Vina StrnnRe, "the lady who
' knowB," Is demonstrating at the Brea-
Bier hnrdwarc store today and tomor
row. Miss Lillian Mulligan hns accepted
n position as book-keeper for tho
Chnmbora hardware company of Eit
geno and assumed her duties thM
J. E. Edwnn's Is supervising ,.Ju!
grading and resurfacing of Mill street
' between' A nnd D streets: East Malu
street has been partially resurfaced
knnd other street work Is planned.
On Saturdny night some miscreant
robbedtho beautiful hyacinth flower-
' bedof Mrs. Fred Montgomery m
Eighth and D streuts. Such nci3
should bo severely dealt with.
I ' -
Mrs. O. B. Kessey and her son
' DwIghtH left this morning for Mll
ford, Iowa, enled there by the serious
' ilnoBs ot Mrs. Kessoy's mother. Mr
Kessey ncompnnlcd them us fur as
James Clark, vlco president of tho
Hop (Jrowers Association of Salem,. Is
In town transacting business.
Seed Corn, "fioldcn Go" took first
prlzo dt Oregon State Fair nnd -first
nnd fourth nt tho. Nntionni Corn
Show at St. I'aul, Minnesota, ngalnjit
Enstorn corn. Grown In Willamette
Valloy, field selected, hung dry,
nubbed, tipped, ahollod nnd graded.
Detter get. seed from tiliB lot nnd bo
sure of a crop In a short sonson. Wo
also havo n stock of Minnesota 13, nn
lnsllago corn. Springflold Feed Com.
Tho nooth-Kolly baseball team hn-j
boen reorganized and nro ready 3
book engngomonts. Cnll up I'orry's
drug store nfter C p. m., or wrlto to W.
C. I'nrker, manager. ;
Tho now uniforms for tho Hooth
Kolly bnsobnll team arrived Saturday.
,Thoy nro gray with red trimmings
nnd a rod diamond with D-K. In bluo.
Tho lnrgo polo nt tho Sprlngfloll
Sand nnd Gravol company's plant wn.i
pulled out of plnro last wepk and the
work was stoped on Thursday until
repairs could bo mndo.
Indigestion nearly alwaysxdlsturbt
tho sleep more or less, and Is often
tho causo ot Insomnia. Eat a light
Bnpper with little If nny meat, and
no milk j nlso tako one of Chnmbe
lnln's Tablets Immediately after tu
per, -and hco if you do not rest nnr:'
better, Obtuiuablo everywhere.
Mlns Clyde Hall of tho SprlngfleH
New forco spent tho week end at
N. M. McKay, linotype operator of
tho Now, has been called to tho col
ors and leaves this evening for Brem
motion, Washington. Ho has enlisted
In tho naval reserves ns a first class
printer. John Dlmm, Jr., Is his suc
cessor ns Ilnotypo operator at tha
Tho regular in Id week prayer meet
ing of tho Baptist church will bo held
Thursday at 7M5 p. m. The presence
of all our membew Is greatly desired'
Pastor Ferris wll lead and speak on
tho question, "What Next?" All arc
As wc go to press the condition cf
Molton Bally, who has been confined
to tho local hospital for several months
on account of being severely scaled
at tho Fischer-Boutin mil, Is quite ser
ious. Maror E. E. Morrison ha been In
tho northern part of the state in the
Interest or tho potatoe Industry for
several days. Ho Is cxpeccd home to
Under the auspices of tho Interna
tional Bible Student's Association, R.
O. Had Icy wil address the people of
Eugene and vicinity on Tuesday and
Wednesday evenings nt Frank's hall
90 Ninth Avenue E. Eugene, at S
o'clock, on tho subjects "The Kingdom
of God Is at Hand," and "Which Is the
A cordial Invitation Is extended to
Will Lecture at West Springfield
Reverend and Mrs. Casburg return
ed missionaries from India, will speak
at tho Free Methodist Church, West
Springfield, tomorrow evening. Their
lecture will be interesting and instruc
tive and will be illustrated by lantern
slides of views from India.
All are cordially invited to be pres
ent at tliis meeting. Admission free.
A collection will be taken at the closq
of the service.
Meeting of Patron Teachers
A special called meeting of the
.Patron Teachers association was hell
at the Lincoln school building Friday
afternoon to discuss the observance
of Baby-week for Springfield and ar
rango for a mass meeting to be held
in the near future to discuss the gar
den proposition, the making use of
the vacant lots about town for gardcn j
Spring Is looked upon by many as
the most delightful season of the year,
but this cannot be said of the rhcumat
1c. The cold nnd damp weather
brings on rheumatic pains which are
j anything but pleasant. They can
' be rdloMed, however, By applying'
Chamberlain's Liniment. Obtainable
PIONEER'S $1,000 MEMORIAL.
Eastern Relatives Will Erect It on
Gravo of John H. Stowell.
Redding, Cnl. After a hunt of a
week u grave has been found upon
which to erect the $1,000 monument
I. ..11. ,.. r l.lt.... . 1 . . . 1 ..
IIU1U 111 lll'UIUll Ull 111U UIlll'l Ul VUBi- i
em relatives of the late John H. Sto- i
Xo trace of the pioneer miner's grave
I could be found until nfter the pioneers
of the old town of Shasta held a con
sultation, Joseph Hocking chanced to
drop lu nt that meeting. He cleared
up the situation by explaining that be
wns n pallbearer nt Stowell's fuueral,
and he was posltlvo ho could point out
the grave In the Shasta cemetery. He
did so, ami there was fouud an old
wooden slab with the tuiino and date of
death still legible.
Stowell wns burled Feb 11, 1001. Tho
monument Is provided by eastern heirs,
who realized a quarter of n million dol
lars from the sale of tho Stowell mine,
though the discoverer of tho mine died
1 lu comparative iwverty, nnd his grave
I wns almost forgotten.
j A New German Super-Zeppelin.
I If the Tliiirmiucr toltutig Is to bt
I credited, pays the Sclent I fl"1 American,
a new super .opl'eiln lias recently
been tried over Lnko Constance. Ob
servers on the Swiss shore report that
the airship has four gondolas, under
the foremost of which wns suspended
u sinnll car, apparently Intended to be
lowered for observation purposes. It
Is ptuted that n definite armament Is
Installed lu chambers built lu tho sides
of the envelope mid that nt the stern
of the vessel wns suspended nn air
plane which on being relented Hew
LEARN MUSIC AT HOME!
Lessons Free New Method Learn to
Play By Note Hano, Organ, Violin,
ttanjo. Mandolin, Cornot, Harp, 'Cello,
Oultnr, Piccolo, Clarinet, Trombone.
Fluto or to sing. Special Limited
rflW of free weekly lessons. Yon
"?v only for muBlc and postage, wnlch
Is small. Money baclc guarantee.
J7n extras. Beginners or ndvanrol
nunlls. Everything Illustrated, plain,
fi'mnlo, systematic. Free lectures
roh rours". 16 yours' success. Start
at once. WriU for Free booklet tt
No Eggs, Milk or Butter
The following recipt? shows how an appetizing-,
wholesome cake can be made withot&'ejfpnsive
many other recipes the number of eggs may -be
reduced one-half or more by using an ad
ditional quantity of ROYAL Baking Powder,
about a teaspoon, in place of each egg omitted.
EGOLESS, MILIUXSS, BUTTERLESS CAKE
I cap brown (agar
H cupa watt r
1 cup add ralalna
2 ounce citron
H cvp ahortcnlnc
The old method (fruitcake) called for 2 esca
DIRECIOMS Put the frit etetit lne'i!lit Into au-?pan and boll
three mlnukc. When cool, add ttic flour and baking" powder which have been
Ifted tocether: mix well. Dak In moderate oven Aj loaf pan (round tin with
bol In center la beat) for 35 or 40 mlnutea. Ic with white iclnr.
Booklet cf reclpea which economlt In egae and other
cvpenelv Ingredient, mailed free. Addreaa Royal
Baklof Powder Co, 113 William Street, New Yoi
Made from Cream of Tartar, derived from grapes,
adds none but healthful qualities to the food.
MAKE AGE LIMIT HIGHER
Men Accepted for Army Service Uo
to 40 Year Now. j
According to notice received by
United States army recruiting officer,
Sergeant J. H. Ramsey, from army
headquarters, the age limit for men
enlisting in the service has been
Made to Measure Suit3 I
Lemley Suit House1
DR. J. E. RICHMOND
PHONES Office, 3; Residence,
Over Commercial Bank,
In order to be economical
staple groceries must have
first place in the home of tho
thrifty housewife Luxuries
should be given second con
sideration. We carry a complete line of
staple groceries and you will
also find many luxuries in our
Try our prompt service. ,
J. J. BROWNING
HAY, GRAIN, FLOUR, SEEDS, SALT, MILL FEED,.
OIL MEAL, SOY BEAN MEAL
' (Sweet and Dry)
ROLLED OATS, CHICK FEED
In Package or Bulk
True to Name and Kind
Give Us A Trial
1 teatpoon nutmrs
I tcatpoon cinnamon
H ttatpoon aalt
1 cupa flour
S taipoona Royal Dallnc Powdr
raised from 35 years- to 40 years.
Now- the army service will . admit
able-bodied men between the ages OT
16 and 40 years.
Tho ago limit in nearly every. oth
branch of the service of the UnitJ
States, Including marines and navtr(
Is somewhat lower. It is thougM
that the extension of age limit Wet
effect a large number of enlistments.
the way" ,
CoUiinbia River Route
Parallels America's ,
Great Highway ,
loins West and Cast w'.th a Boulevard ot Steel
PORTLAND CITY OFFICE
THIRD and WASHINGTON
Wm. McMumr, C. P. A., Ponlaol" .l
Bi&laaalaalal ' '