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M0N1AY,SPR1L 23, 1017
THE 81HINGFIELP NEWS
There Ih a heavy demand for eggu right now by
Hlirewd houBowlvea who want to preserve them a
gulmit exorbitant prices next winter.
Let ub oxplaln to you tho
Method of preBervlng oggfl.
TIiIh government teHted method In the only Hiiro way
lo prenerve egga.
1 pint 20 centH
1 quart 35 centH
1 gallon $1.00
You can't afford lo pay Icbh and expect tho real
Htuff and full ineaHtire. (See our window.)
Free Barn for Horses
Frco Feed Rani acroas tho
Btrcet from tho J. D. MorrlH
BtablcB. Call at Hampton Hros.
shop. Second and A streets,
Town and Vicinity
Dr. W. II. Tollnrd made a buslncM
trip to Jasper Saturday.
Cash Mend win In from WallcrvlUo
Mm. T. O. Maxwoll In conflnod to
hor room with rheumatism.
A atondy string of shoo, coming
and going nl Wolf and Mlllera.
Mr J B Endlcott of Cedar Flat
t I si tod hero Saturday und 8unday
with hor mother, Mrs J II Green.
Mra C F Egglmnnn spent Saturday
afternoon In Eugene aa a guest of Mrs
flex 1'utman, Instructor In tho Balcpi
high school, visited with friends In
Phil Johnnon came down from Wonu
ling on business Friday evening,' re
turning Saturday morning.
aonornl repair shop Iron, and wool
work. Horsoshoolng a specialty. Hamp
ton nroH. South Second and A Sta.
Mr and Mrs Mouroo Mlnstor of
Hlachloy. Oregon, vlalfc'd with Miss
Opal HolvorBon one duy laBt week.
nom: To Mr and Mra Ouy MoBlor.
who reside near HaydiMi Hrldgo, a
six-pound son Saturday morning.
J W Machon left yesterday for a
two or three wooks' hiiBliioss trip to
10. K. MorrlKon Hpent Saturday In
Portland on business.
Mr. and Mrs. It. M. Hakor left Sat
urday for their ranch at Oak rid go.
, Tho ladlcB of tho Artloon Sowing
club will moot on Thursday afternoon
with Mrs. Ida Larison on 13 Direct.
Attorney F. A. Do Puo 1bb been
confined to hia home for several daya
with an altact of tho grip.
Dan Tytton la hero from Anhland o
spend a few days visiting ut the home
of M. C. Ilrcsfllor and family.
J. Sidney Montgomery, who baa boon
Borlously 111 for some time, Is no bet
ter. J. O. StovcnHon of Kugcno visited
with Isaac Stevens and other frlondi
THOnOUaimitBD Barred Rock eggs
for hatching good layora. 1.0'J
for 1C. H. E. Walker
, McBdamoa R. L. Kirk and W. If.
Pollard spent Saturday afternoon In
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frod Fischer of Mar
,cola were hero yesterday to attend
tho funeral of Milton G. Daily.
Paul Drottnln. Junior, loft yoBtcrday
for Not I, where ho has a position fir
ing for n logRlng engine.
All club mcotlugB and scheduled
Hoclal ovontH for this week were post
poned because of tho death of Milton
Tho Epworth Eooguo will hold Jta
regular monthly social and bUBlnosB
'mooting Friday ovenlng nt tho church
Ituvorond J. W. Porklns went to Jas
per Saturday on bUfllnoBS with IiIh po
Hltlon nH juvenllo officer for Lnn.!
Mrs. James L. Clark returned to
Hoy Hitter of Mnbol, Mm. O. W.
Rc'oward of NotJ, And D. F. Farnutn
of Waltorvlllo, were among tho out-of-town
folk doing buslncHB In Spring
Tho following wcro rcglstorod ot
tho Springfield hotol yesterday: Davo
Scott, Cotlago Qrovo, J C Trotter, J.
.11. Talo, Lako Crook; Frank Froslf,
Mrs. JnmcR T. Mooro Is Buffering
'with n aovero cold In hor lungn.
J. T. KlnUloy, Jasper; Phil Philip,
fCarl OhlBon, HnrrlsburR; E. 8. Mlllor
'Marshflcld; wero registered nt tho
Judge Bklpworth on Saturday decid
ed tho divorce caBo of Onda Travor
agnltrnt Iteubcn Traver, In favor of
Mth, Tnivor. Tho case was tried tho
MIhb. Harriett Hally, who arrived
horo from Duffnlo Saturday evening
to attend tho funeral of her brother,
Milton O. Dally, will probably remain
hore for somo time.
Ellto hotel yesterday.
Mra. Pearl Ovlctt, who underwent
an operation for appendicitis at tho
Springfield hospital a few days ago.
Is getting nlong very nicely, and It la
expected she will be able to return
homo In a few daya.
DMf&M Cannot Be Cured
try Iwal application. ( thf cannot ieb
lb iHtvMrd portion or th tar. Thf I
only on way lo car 4a(nM, and that I
by eontltutlont rrtntdlt. Dafnra I
cnutfd by an lnflmd condition of tho mu
cnui llnlnr tit Iho ICuitachlan Tub. Whrit
Ihla tub I InKainrd you hav a rumbllnr
ound or lniprrrct htarlnc, and wbn It I.
nllrly elal, DfnM it th rull, and
unlr th Inflammation can b takn wi
and thl tub rntorrd to Ita normal condl
linn, hflnr will b dtatrord ferYn nln.
car nut of tm ar cauaed by Catarrh
which li nolhlnt but an Inflamed cnndltluii
of lh murnva turltett.
W will lv On Hundred Dollar for any
caa of Drafnra (cauard by ca(Hirh) thi'
cannot b rur4 by Hall'a Calrrh Cut.
Bend for circular. fr.
V. 3. rilEMRV A CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Fold by Iril(Ma, 7(r
Tak. fair family fill for conitlpatlon
Putting In Concrete Bate
The sand and gravel company if
putting In a concrete base for the new
mixer which they are Installing and
nlso putting the plant In repair. Th4
last of tho week two car loads of grav.
e wero shipped out, one for Wendllng
tho other for Tslltcoos Lake.
MIbb. Amy Carson of this city will
i represent tho University of Oregon nt
tho State Prohibition association con
tost In McMlnnvllIo May 20. Her
.subject will bo "Tho Call to Arms"
rand dculs with tho effects of war on
he natlon-wldo prohibition movement
Seed Corn, ''Golden Glow" took first
prize at Oregon Stato Fair and first
and fourth at tbo National Corn
Show at St. Paul, Minnesota, agalnnt
Eastern corn. Grown In Willamette
Valley, field selected, hung dry,
nubbed, tipped, shelled and graded.
Hotter get seed from this lot and bo
sure of n crop In & short Bcason. We
also have ft stock of Minnesota 13, an
i Uage corn. Sprlngflold Feed Con:
Spring Is looked upon by many a?
the most delightful season of the year
but thtfl cannot be said of tho rheumnt
lc. Tho cold and damp weather
brings on rheumatic painB which aro
iinvthliiEr lniL nleasant They can
bo relieved, bowovor, by applying
Chnmberlaln'B Liniment. Obtainable
Department of Agriculture Asks
Data on Marketing of
More confirmation of tho fact that
tho United States government eon-
Dr W C Ilolihan has offorcu iiib snr gnlom today after a few days spent 8dors tho food 8hortngo situation in
vlcos to tho government, onllHtlng In , l)oro vlBlting nnd getting tholr house- Q very grave manner, nnd thnt It Is
- va.ll 1 In at t fill I CUiln I. . . a . i I
tho Mod leal reserves laat Thursday.
Who wants a tine Humboltonlan
fllloy to drlvo for lior kcoplng. En
QUlro P. olllco box 99. Sprlngdold.
Howard Parsons of Mnrshflold vls
ltol Satunlay and Sunday at tho homo
of Mra A S Walker in this city.
Wolf & Mlllor havo two big ship
ments of shoos on tho road from tho
Mr and Mth Proaton Cobb wero
transacting business In town Satur
day. Mr nnd Mrs F A Wosolowskn havo
named tholr flvo-wooks.old daughter
For Men's and Doya work, droaa
or hi cut shooB, or drat class repairing
boo W. A. Hall, tho shoo doctor, Main
botwoon 4th and 6th.
Tho Misses Clalro Warnor, Vera
hold goodH ready to ship.
A food salo will bo given by tho Ep-
tnklnE active steps to combat it- a
shown by a letter Just received by
food sale will l.o given ny ino i,p- , A or p n,lrt0 ot county
worth l.enguo oi mo Aiainomai enure. . .,,.,., r nerirultiiru.
next Saturday aftornoon und ovenlng
at Haydon & Motcalf'a store.
About 10 cars of logs nro now being
rocolvod dally nt tbo local Dooth-Kelly
mill from tho company's camps nbovo
An advertised letter remained in
tho Springfield post office on April M
from the department of agriculture.
I Tho communication, which asks tho
I names of those connected with tho
marketing nnd distributing of food
stuffs, Ib as followa:
"Tho grave situation with which tho
'nation Is confronted at tho presont
timo mnkes It Imperative that rolla
bio data bo available with respect to
for Mrs. S. O. Lano. A churgo of ono """ ul
cent Is made on advertised letters. loramun u "
.l.tni e nnlra rf tnrt, at nf fa nrn linltV
T rt IIIiImq n anw fUn nmnlfiVft'l nlu .rfOn lo nmlnn vnrln n- in ROniiro
t V v iivi'i -" - i ma v4 iivu to v.iimv itin www...
In a tlo camp aovoral mllea west of tho " such data In connection with Its du-
i ,i iU ana.i..frifti.l ' . i . , .... nMAA ...i.i. -A
Cliy, Bponi lilt! wuun-uuu m uiinii,ii"m HUB roijuiruu vy uuiihiubo yiih i
with his family.
Tho S warts and Washburno Moot
comnnnv nurchasod a Ford automo
spect to tho market and distribution
of farm products.
"I am writing, therefore, to ask If
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF LANE.
P. M. McPhcrson and
Mary Ann McPherBou,
husband and wife, plain
A. C. Darbour, T. Rosa' SUMMONS
ynu uurDOur, AI. Al,
Pecry. E. E. KcDncr. W.
M. Oott, James S. Gott.
A. L. Johnson. E. K.EIIh
worth and Tho First
National Dank of Spring
Held, Oregon, defend
To E. K. Ellsworth one of the above
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OIIEGON: You are hereby summon
eu and, required to appear and answer
tho complaint or the plaintiff In tho
above entitled Court and cause on or
before the last day of the time prcB
crlbcd in the order for publication
of this summons hereinafter referred
to. to wit: On or before the 7th day
of May 1917 and you are hereby notl
fled that If you fall bo to appear and
answer for want thereof tiio plaintiff
will apply to the above entitled Court
for the -relief prayed for in tho com
A decree for the foreclosure of a
certain Land sale contract and decree
ing that there is now duo unpaid and
owing to plaintiffs, thereon tho sum
of $20500.00 and interest thereon from
January 1st 1915 at 6 per cent per
annum and the further sum of $238.59
taxes paid by plaintiff together with
Interest thereon. A decree fixing
the time in which 6a Id defendants A.
C. Dnrbour, T. Itosalynd Darbour. M.
M. Pcery and E. E. Kepner shall bo
required to pay Into Court for plain
tiffs uso and benefit the amounts
found due on said contract, and If
not so paid, a decree declaring said
contract void and all sums paid there
on forfeited and foreclosure and barr
Ing each and all ot the defendants
from all right, title, Interest, claim
or equity In and to said lands and
premises. A decree directing tho
First National Dank of Springfield,
Oregon to return to plnlntKfs the ea
crow ' In connection with said Land
Hiilp and for such other relief as to
the Court shall seem meet and equita
This summons is servod by publi
ntlon thereof In the Springfield news
newspauer of General circulation
Tinted nnd published in Lano County
regon under and by virtue of an or
'er of the Honorable H. L. Down
udge of tho County Court of the
Stato of Oragon for Lane County
mndo and dated the 26th day of March
'917 directing publication of said sum
mons once a week for six weeks
Which order requires you to appear
tnd answer the complaint on or be
'ore six weeks from the date of tha
irst publication of this summons. The
'ate of the first publication of this
summons is March 26th 1917.
L. DILYEU and FRANK A. DEPUE
Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
Moh. 26; April 188.8.131.52,30; May 7.
Dr. ADALINE KEENEY FERRIS
Homeopathic Phyalelan and SurgMfi
Office, Baptfft Parsonage
Comer Second and C Streets
HOURS! 9 TO 12. PHONE M
O. R. Gullion, M. D.
Practice Limited tl
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Graduate Nurse Attending
306, White Temple, Eugene
Made to Measure Suits
Lemley Suit House
d; w. roof, jeweler
SPfUNQFIELD, . OREGON .
FINE WATCH nEPAIRINO
Repairing a Specialty
Main, bet. Fourth and Fifth. Phone 11
Dr. N. W. Emery
8UTTON BLDG. . - PHONE 20-4
RESIDENCE PHONE 129-W
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
THIS IS NOT A MOVING PICTURE
IT IS ONE OF THE BIG COMEDY SHOWS
WEDNESDAY MCHT APRIL 25
THE MOST FASCINATING COMEDY HIT
OF THE YEAR
BY JEAN WEBSTER
ENTIRE SEASON AT
HENRY MILLER MANAGER.
MAIL ORDERS NOW
BOX OFFICE SALE
TUESDAY APRIL 24th. 10 A. M.
$1.50 $1.00 50c
company puruuunuu u rum uuiuiiiw-j ...
bile from tho Sprlngflold garage this . J w,l 8 trm J0" tnx ,ro ls
OrninK I uuihubi jjiuuuuuiu iiiuuiuiii i.iu
j names and addreBsos of all ,tho per-
A C ITAprfplr nnt! .T. TtftvnnldH anno ftmig nlnntii ninl fnntnrlmi In
I k . . ... . . - - " . - - RU..U. ......w. ! . IJ - - -
i U..I..I. lt.Ann vlalf. ...
rot-Kims, imu juurjuim """...u.. """- loft primly ovenlng ror a two weoKa yoiir county engaged In tho tallowing
ed with Mr and Mrs Goorgo Porklns . vnciUon Ul0 Qnilco mining district' unus 0f business, Indicated In each
-4 n t. An. Mnanntlv 1 .......
at Goshen ono day rocontly.
Miss, noatrico Hollbrootc has boon
looted na publicity managor of tho
Girls Honor Guard to succood. Miss
Dorn: To Mr and Mra L C Helmor
al tholr homo on L and Eighth, atroots
oh olght-nnd-ono.hnlf pound boy Bat
Tho' Sprlngflold Kood company ro
colvod a Bhlpmont of Hannchen Bar
ley from tho Oregon Agricultural Col
logo nt Corvallla tho last of tho woolc.
IL S. McGanghoy loft Saturday after
noon for Wondllrig whore ho. Will Wort:
In tho nboMVKelly Lumber company's
Mrs. Mario Elliott or Lowell under,
went a major oporatlou u't tho Eugon6
hoBpltaUThuraday, a Sprlngflold phy
Dr. Eflcholman of Portland, supromo
nledical ' examiner for tho Artisan
lodgo, wbb In Springfield Wodnosday
nhd attended tho local lodgo In tho
In Sothorn Oregon.
Good Tollable flro Insurance. No na
sosamonts; no momborshlp foo. Pnv
oncu and you are deno. H. B. WalKur
at tho City Halt.
Manager I. V. Jackson of tho Spring
field Tolophono company, made a visit
to Wendllng Friday to look over tho
'llnoa that wero out of ropalr thoro.
Mrs. Ellzaboth Jones and oaueli
tor, Miss Goldla, loft this noon for
Portland whore thoy will mako their
' Richard Eaton, of Sprlngflold "on
listed in tho navy Saturday and was
Bont to Portland by Officer Guyn, In
charge of tho recruiting office.
Dora: Thursdayi April 10, 1017, In
Springfield to Mr. and Mrs. E. 11.
Hogan, ot Jofforson, Oregon, a daugh
Jer, Anils Ix)rralno.
Mra. N. D. Dutlor is doing nlcoly
after a sorioua appondlcltls oporntlon
.... . . . . .
which wtiB prorormon uy a tocai pny
Blclan 'at tho Sprlngflold hosplta Fri
iriMnnco tho principal business of .ho
parson or firm named:
' "1. Canning, preserving, drying o.
Tickling of foodstuffs of any kind, ln
j eluding tho making of sauorkrout.
! "2. Making cheeso.
"3. Milling or storing rice.
"4. Common storago of foodstuffs,
'5. Oporatlng a croamory."
Made in Springfield
1 A DIRECTORY OF MERCHANTS AN D BUSINESS MEN WHO WANT YOUR
BUSINESS AND WILL GIVE YOUJGOODVALUES
Card of Thankt
Wo wish to thank tho friends nnd
neighbors, tho Odd Follow and Ueboc
ca lodges, tho Methodist church, Firo
mon and High school for their kind
sympathy and assistance during tho
Illness and burial ot our husbund and
..MItS. M. G. BALLY AND FAMJLV. .
Indigestion nearly always disturbs
tho Blcop more or less, nun Is ofte'i
tho can so of insomnia. Eat a l.'g:t
suppor with Httlo It any meat, and
no milk; also take ono ot Chamber.
(laln'B Tablets lmmedlatly nftfr Hun-
per, and boo tl you no not rout niucn
bettor. Obtulnublo every whore.
The House of Quality
EGGIMANN'S ICE CREAM
made" out of the
Purest of Jersey Cream
EGGIMANN'S CANDY KITCHEN phone 51
For light, heat and power.
"Made In Springfield."
Oregon Power Co,
Shoes. Harness, Socks and
Overalls. Miller's Shoe Grease
Wolf & Miller
YOU GET ALL THE NEWS THAT'8
"MADE IN SPRINGFIELD" "
EVERY MONDAY AND THUR8DAY
Subscription $1.50 per year Phone 2
The Booth Kelly Lumber Co.
4 footS lab Wood. $2.00
perCord at the Mill .
Springfield Flour Milk
BAKORE Hard Wheat Patent
Try mo, Get acquainted. You will like me. .Beat
valuo tor your money of any flour la SpriagiaeM. i
You know I am well liked by all bread maker. )
We gue you more for your money iq flour una iee
ot all kinda tLan any btkor place in tows.