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TIIUnai)A,V. MAY 31. 11)17.
THE SI'RINOFIEID NEWS
A TRADE-MARK 18 SOMETHING 'MORE
THAN A "8I0N" IT STANDS FOR THE
FAITH, THE PRIDE AND REPUTA
TION OF THE MANUFACTURER
IN THE PRODUCT WHICH
HE MAKES AND
Good goods depend upon Identification so that they
nmy be asked for by name, recognized, recommended
ami culled for again.
Ab reliable- druggets, our trndc-namo Ih our trade-mark
Wo want our ciiHtoinorH to look upon It oh a stamp
whereby wo assume full responsibility for the quality"
of all goods which wo noil.
Wo make a upeclalty of Trade-Marked advertised goods
Such Gooda Tend To Lower Tho
High Coot of Living.
: Town and Vicinity
Tho IlrnKiilor hnnlwnro Mtoro front
hitH lit'oti much Improved by u emit
of ilnrk Knion pnlnt. Tho color wuh
0, M. Dorlty Ih goon with a Imnt!
need rinht hnml nnwuilnyn, having
run n itpllntor throuRh tho mlddlo firm
or of tliu mmnliur.
Mot wntor hottlon cuarnntcod, for
two yonm at lYory'H.
MIkh Ituliy 8oine:ioy upon! Suiidnv
unci Monday ut Tltumtori.Dortmu, and
CotinKe Orovu on ('lirlHiUn Kiul.miur
liny your lnW nml ineii'n elollilim
from Wolf Miliar.
Mm. Cnrrle IUmiuh roturnod from
Klnmath I'nllii Sunday ftr spoil it Itu
h Khorl thn m th homn of hur
dHiiKhtr. Mr. MkIo Sclniioro.
Mr. and Mr. U. A. WiiBhliunia spout
Itocoratlun day at Indwpendeuca re
turnlnK homo thl morniiiK-
Tho hnmea of I'- K. Lmihnrt, J. I.
l"ry. th two liouaoii of Dr. It. V. Mor
tciiiHon, nml tho M. (.'. MroMHlor rcwl
donco nrn (til bolus treat ml to a cont of
Sulf-flllliiK founlnln ponn ?1 00 at
K. A. KorIoh took hli Suniliiy school
chmHM on n picnic up tho McKnnzIn
river to tho Flch Hntchory yemordny.
MrH. Lucy llollnnd of CotUiRO Orovo
Mr. nnd Mm. nikhm of Hrownsvlllo
will ho In the cjty for n few duya, nnd
will Btny ft ttho Kllto. Mr. Kllklni
Ih with tho lirldco kink optmitlnir
near hero now, nnd Mrs. Kllklns will
visit for n while.
' Hay Grain Flour nnd Mill Feeds
nt lowi'Ht prlccH poHHlhlo. SprlnKflcld
A. J. ArniHtroiiK nnd nli'co, MUu
Hnrrlott Vllns, returned to Sprint;
field Mondny. They motored from
CottiiKo Orovo. Mr. ArmHtroiiR will
visit his inothor, Mrs. Jeanctto Hlcti
Advertised letters remaining un
called for In tho Sprlnnfluld pont
office Mny 28: Mr. S. C. Simon, Mr.
K. K. Iloliertson A charge of ono
cent will lie made on all advertised
lottorn Harry M. Stuwart postmns
Got your films developed nt Poory's
J. Tydemnn, u formor resident of
San DIobo, arrived from Victoria, fi.
C, Mondny afternoon, and Is visit
Ing.at tho homo of his friends, Mr,
and Mrs. C, F. KgKlmann, who were
business pnrtnora with Mr. Tydomnn
In San Wcro, Cnl. Mr. Tydoman
will remain for n fow days
'Fresh stock of hand I'lnstor and
Cement at our warehouse Spring
field Feed company.
John nitnm roturnod Monday even
ing from a very onjoynblo weok's visit
at the homo of his brother, I'nul II
Dlmm, In Portland.
Tho caso of A. J. I'orklns ngalnst
W. N. Long and J. K. Cross nnd that
of Sadlo M. Porklns ngnlnst W. I.
Long nnd L. E. Flegnl have been dls
missed, having been settled out of
Hubbor gloves 35 cents a pair at
M. C. Itrossler has received worl
from Wftltor Horndon snylng that tho
lattor hns taken ft position with tin
rail road company at Dunsmulr, Cnl
ifornla, hoping that that climate will
agroo with him bettor than hns this.
Springfield frlonds will bo very sorry
to learn that Mr. nnd Mrs. Horndon.
who wont to Ashland for n visit soma
tlmo ago, will not return to this city.
Wo have u fow 1001b. sacks of gar
don Fertilizer loft that wo oro soiling
nt ?2.75 each. Tho now retail list
on thoso Is $3.25 per sack. Dottor
buy now nnd snvo tho dlffarenco
Sprlngflold Food company.
W. H. Lajolo, who underwent an
operation for nppondlcltls nt tho
Springfield hospital Sunday, lH dolus
Tho funeral of Gcorgo Do Harno
who 'died at tho local hospital Sunday
nftornoon, was hold'frdnl'Oio Wn'lkor
chapel Tuesday, novorend J. W. Perk
Ins officiating. His son, Ooorgo Do
Harno, of Mnploton attondod tho fun
oral. Interment was mado In tho
Laurel Illll comctory.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Parker Itavj
gone to Portland to reside, when
Mr. Parker hns employment. Mr.
Parker left Monday and his wife loft
today to Join hlni there. They will
live a 1 1034 Kant Harrison street.
Potatoes: while thoyhist, fl.GO per
hundred nt K. K. Morrison's ware
house I John Rdwards chief of police, while
at work Saturday evening on tho
water wugou, caught his thumb In tho
brnke an dHuvuroly brulned und mash-
ed the member.
I Mr. and Mrs. W. M .Sutton arrived
horu Tuoadny lo spi)d the ttumuier.
( Thoy have Inten at Hums during thi
rt scasoif. where Mr. Sutton Is priu
Icial of "ho public school.
Mon's IB cent aocks for 10 eonU
at U.e VAItllSTY STORK
Frank Klaher. of lhl city. rmaUcd
the contract for the Interior painting
of th ("UrlsHan church. Ho will
b Mtttrttl by F. II. Adauia, alao. ot
Uood service stockings only ISc nt
the VAIUETV STOKK.
Ml. W. Uurton returned to Albany
:i rain this morning nfler spondlug Mem
.trial day here.
Mrs. J. S. t-oruh Is suffering with a
severe case of polHon onk.
H. W. Oreen, a former business
man of this place, Is liuro from Port
laud for n few days.
Your money back If Corn Solvont
falls to got tlutt com, 25 cents at
The Springfield Food company ship
ped a car of feed from Its wnrehousn
today, to C, C. Miller of Natron.
AiiuouuceiucntH hnvu been received
hew or the birth of a liuliy daughter
to Mr. and Mrs. I). C. England ut West
Tlmbor. Oregon, on May 22. Mrs. Eng
land wns formorly Miss Lillian Gorrto
of this city.
Milton Lyous, who hnB veen re
ceiving treatment for pneumonia nt.
the local hospital, returned to his
homo nt Marcola today.
Everything hns raised but tho price
of good, fresh cundy nt Egv-imunn's
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Swnrts and Mr.
nnd Mrs. H. W. Whltnoy motored to
Coburg, GoBhrn nnd other points In
Mr Swnrts Dodge yesterday after
noon. Ittorend V. N. ForrlB or Spring
field hud n mcKsago from tho Presi
dent of tho llnptist Hoard of the stall
of Washington, which called him to
Spoknno on an early trnln Tuesday
morning. Pastor Farrls was u mom
ber of tho llnptist Board and his ac
quaintance with tho X'rcsidont In thin
capacity led to tho call to Spokane
Whllo thoro Uoverond Forrls will vis
,'lt with his dnuphtor, Mrs Qrnco Ad
ams. Ho will return Wednosduy
That good, clean, old Virginia SAS
AFHAS In ten cent packages at Peo
returned wlUi Mr. and Mrs. Riloy Snod
grass, who motored to Cottage Grovo
Sunday. Sho will remain horo for
n short visit with hnr daughter Mrs.
Tho following woro roglstorod nt
tho Springfield hotol yesterday: F.
Graves, J. J. Tydnnian, Mrs. N. .1.
Lajolo, and L. W. Enira
Another now shipment of fresh c i
dlos nt tho Palaco of Swcots.
Mr and Mrs. Walter Piatt of Thurs
ton liavo an olght-pound boy, bo:.'
Mrs. Lou Raker and daughter Doris
loft Monday nftornoon to visit rela
tives nt Harrisburg for a fow days.
J. S .Kllnck of Wondllng, Mrs. Ilort
Donno and son of JnBpor, ',. T. Kins
ley of Jasper, W. L. Johnson of Tlllor,
And Frits'. Volk woro roglstorod at tho
Kllto hotol yostordny.
Bargains In notions at tho VARIETY
A now woodshod Is being built at
tho city hall, J. I). Malo doing tho
, A public drinking fountain has boon
placed In tho Cox & Cox department
storo, which will bo a groat conven
ience to customers, especially tho
Llttlo Dobblo Hinkson of Spring
field Junction, who sufforod a dis
located hip soma tlmo ago, Is doing
J. W. Whlto, who wan badly burnol
nf ow days ago. was ablo to return
home from tho hospital yostordny.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lamborty left
rthu first of ho wook for Kltson
VI... ... ... . ...
,spnngs I" no koiio nururui wram.
Hundncs at Egglmann'a can't In
Tom Morloy of Marcola, who hns
been suffering from a sovoro attack
of pneumonia left for his homo todav
'after several days treatment at tho
' Centennial chocolates at tho Palaco
K. li. Morrison, accompanied by W.
M. Sutton, mndo n business trip t
Junction City this morning.
Good reliable firo Insurance No as
sessments; no membership feo. Pay
unco and you are dene II, E. Walker
nt tho City Ilall.
Roy Irwin of this city was admltto I
to the Eugcuo hospital yesterday
for serglcal treatment.
Delicious, refreshing Ice cream so
das ut Egglmann's.
A load of wood has been delivered
to the uuto camp.
Eglmaun's for quality.
ACQUIRES MORE PROPERTY
E. E. Morrison Ouys Old Opera House
and Lot; Will Move Office
K. E. Morrison purchased the old
opera bonne and 40 by 120 lot on Main
nnd Third streets from tho First Nat
ional bank of Eugcna, the deal being
closed Inst night. Mr. Morrison will
move his offlco from tho postofflco
block to tho Bouthwcstcornor of Uie
old opera house, nnd will Install a
seulo In tliu street with the beam
running Into the office so that the
weighing may lie done lusldo. Thq
remainder of tho building will be used
for the handling of certified seed po
tatoes, both wholesale nnd rcUII.
Mr. Morrison now has frontage of
kii entire block on Third street, from
Main to A. since he rocently purchased
front Welby Stovons the old laundry
property Immediately bark of the ou
era house. He will probably connect
the (wo buildings with an addition
built across tliu alley and will use
tho laundry building and the addition
for n warehouse. Tho mayor will
not move his office until be has had
some remodollng and repair work done
to tliu building Just acquired.
A rail road spur will bo built from
the Oakrldgo branch, nnd will run
along Third street toward Main, so
that loading Into the cars can be don.1
front either building.
GRADS MAY BUY A BOND
S. H. S. Alumni Association Elect?
and Considers Important Plan
At a meeting of the Springfield
high school alumni association held
nt the high school building Wcrncsday
night, tho following officors wer.t
elected: president. Creed llrattnln;
vice president. Vera Perkins; and sec
rotary and treasurer, France Travis
At,tho meeting preliminary plnn& wer
made for the entertainment of the
seniors by the grads some tlmo soon
Also, u tentative plan regarding
tho Liberty loan bond was proposed
nnd discussed. Tho alumni nssocia
tlon Ib thinking of starting tho move-
I ment to buy n bond, nnd of enlisting
the aid of other organizations to raise
n sufficient sum. If n bond Is pur-
I chased, tho Interest will bo given to
j tho high school.
EXAM RESULTS ANNOUNCED
Many Eighth Graders Conditioned:
May Take Tests Again In June
( Following is n report of .Ute result
of tho recent Eighth grade examina
tion given horo. Thoso pupils win
are conditioned, nnd there are mnnv
throughout tho county may tako th;
oxatus again In theso subjocts in the
i June tests.
Tho list Is: District No. 19 Charley
Glrard, Velum Goro, Huzol R. Hnydon.
Myrtlo Mcnoo, Onn McKay, Morlt
McPhorson, Tommy Reynolds; con
Will Reorganize Band
D. S. Heals, president of tho Si 'ni?
f.old bnnd statos that that organize
tlon will Immediately reorganize
.nncctlon with tho Homo Guards t.
bo formed herb. Mr. Roals stnte
that ho wishes nil nicmhors of tho
band nnd any other players who wish
to aid to turn out at tho Home Gunr'
meeting on Saturday ovcnlug ut eigh
o'clock nt tho old opora House.
Ab previously nnnouncod. we began
to mako cheoso Mondny. It Is going
to bo a big thing to tho milk producer.
Thoso (hat can, soil milk; those that
can't, soil us your croant. Wo pay
tho hlghost prlco, pay on tha Port
land market nnd work on tho co op
EUGENE FARMERS CREAMERY
Call For Warrants.
Notice Ib horoby given that. I will
puy on presentation at my ofllco. War
ts of School District No. 1C0 or
Glenwood, Oregon, numhorod 117 n"'
120. Interest censes after June Is'.
1917. Dated this 26th day 'of 5lny
Mrs. IVY D-Vlfv.
Clerk, Eugene R "
May 28, 31,
in the circuit court of thk
state of oregon for
Louis MTFracr, "
Violet M. Froor,
To Violet M. Fraor tho above named
dofondant: IN THE NAME OF THE
STATE OF OREGON, you ore hero
by required to appear and answer tho
complaint filed ngalnst you In the
above entitled suit within six weeks
from tho data of tho first publication
herein, and If you fall to answer for
want thereof, the plaintiff will tako
donreo against you as prayed for In
tho complaint dlsolvlng tho marriage
contract existing between you and the
plaintiff, and giving to tho plaintiff
tho care nnd custody of the minor
child of snld marriage Marlon Fracr,
and for such other and further relief
as to tho court tnny seem equitable In
This summons Is published by or
der of tho Hon. G. F, Sklpworth,
Judge of tho above cntlUcd court,
which order Is dated tho 29th day of
May, 1917, commanding this summons
(o bo published for six weeks In the
Springfield News, nnd the dato of tho
first publication Is the 31st day of May,
,1917. and the dato of tho last publica
tion Is the 12th day of July, 1917.
L. M. TRAVIS,
Attorney for plaintiff.
20 Eighth Ave. East, .
May 31: June 7,14,21,28:July 6,12.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL
Notlco Is hereby given to the legal
voters of School District No. 19, of
,Lano County, State of Oregon that
i the annual School meeting of said
District will be held nt Lincoln School
Rulldlng to begin at the hour of 7:30
P. A!, on tho third Monday of June,
bolng the 18th day of June, A. D. 1917.
This meeting is called for the pur
pose of electing one Director to serve
throo years, ono Director to serve one
year, and ono clerk to serve ono year,
and the transaction of business usual
ut such meeting. Dated this 29 day
of May 1917.
. P. McKINZKV M. J. DRT'RY
Dial. Clerk Chairman Hoard
May 31, June 4,7.11,14.
BIDS FOR WOOD
Notice is hereby given that Ut"
I ward of Directors of School Dlst. No.
19 or Springfield. State of Orogon
will receive bids on wood as follows
Forty cords of C ak. Ash or Marlf
said wood to ho cut not over one yeai
and to be four foot length, to be dp
lvero-1 at High School building of sal
Dlst.,dellvery to bo comploted not lat
er than Sept. 1, 1917.
Sovonty five cords of slab woo-'
four foot length to bo delivered at
Lincoln School building of said dls
trlct, and delivery to bo complete'
not later than Sept. 1, 1917.
Rids to bo opened Juno 11, 1917.
The Hoard of Directors reserves th.-
right to reject any and nil bids Dat
ed this 29 day of Mav 1917
A. P. McKIN'.EY
May 31; June 4,7.
Estate of Clarrlssa E. Knott, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOTICE" IS HEREBY GIVEN that
William E. Knott hns been by the
County Court of the State of Oregon
In and for Lano County, appointed
administrator, with the will annexed,
of tho Estate of Clarrlssa E. Knott,
I AH persons having claims against
inu cbiuiu oi Hum ueceaseu uru uurt
by notified to present the same, duly
verified, at tho Law Office of A. E.
Wheeler In Eugene. Oregon, within
six months from this 10th day of
WILLIAM E. KNOTT,
A. E. Wheeler, Attorney.
May 10, 17, 24, 31; Juno 7.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ON
Notlco Is hereby given that by virtue
of an Execution Issued out of the
Circuit Court of tho State of Oregon,
for Lane County on the 8th day of
May 1917 and by mo received the Stir
day of May 1917, In an action where
in on tho 2Cth day of November 1909,
in the Justice 'Court for Eugeno Jus
tice District, Mount Hood Brewing
Company, a corporation, recovered
Judgment ngalnst tho Defendant John
Stewart, for tho sum of $119.10 with
Interest nt the rate of 6 per cont per
annum from tho 26th day of Novem
ber, 1909, together with costs amount
ing to tho sum of $5.60 a transcript
of which judgmont was enrolled and
docketed In tho office of the Clerk
of tho Circuit Court on the 3rd day
of December, 1909, and said
Execution to me directed commanding
mo in tho nnmo of the State of Oregon
that out of tho personal property of
said Defendant, or, If sufficient could
not bo found, then out of tia real
"ronerty belonging to said Defendant
.a Lano County, Oregon, on or niter
1 tho said 3rd day of Docombor, 1909.
Being unublo to find suiuclent or any
personal property belonging to said
Dofondant. 1 did, on tho 8th day of
Mny, 1917, levy on tho following do
scrlbod real property to-wit:
Beginning 33 foot 3 Inches North
of tho Southeast corner of Lot 5,
Block 10 Mulllgnn'B Donation to Lano
County, Oregon, run thence West 160
feet, thonco North 26 feet, thonco
East 160 feot nnd thenco South 26
foot to tho placo of beginning all lu
Eugene, Lano County, Orogon.
NOW THEREFORE, IN THE NAME
OF THE STATE OF OREGON nnd in
'omplInnco with said Execution and
'n order to satisfy- said Judgment,
-osts. nnd nccrulng costs 1 will
n Saturday the 9th day of June,
1917, botweon tbn hours of 9
o'clock a. m. nnd 4 o'clock p. m. towlt;
it ono o'clock p. nt. oil said day
H the Southwest door of the County
"ourthouso In Eugene, Lane County,
rcgon, offer for sale for cash, subject
- rbdompUo all tho right, title and
interest of tho above named Dofend-
K -nt in nnd to the nbovo described
JAMES C. PARKER.
Shorlff of Lano County, Orogon
I?v D. A. Elklns, Deputy.
May 10,17,24,31; Juno 7.
HERBERT E. WALKER
9ffte In City Hall. Springfield, Or
Suits Made to Order
Alterations, Cleaning and
Opposite Ketcls Drug Store
D. W. ROOF, JEWELER
SPRINGFIELD, . OREGON
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
DR. J. E. RICHMOND
PHONES Office, 3; Residence, 116-v
Over Commercial Bank,
General Repair and Storage
Second Hand Cars and Trucks
2G5 Eighth Ave. West
Phone 105 EUGENE, OREGON
We are authorized
i.aw 10 act as an uacecutor, Administrator, Guardian H
This is a new service
discuss with vou. .
Buy You r Shoes
AT A SHOE STORE
Seven different styles in
MEN'S WORK AND DRESS SHOES
At $3.50 a Pair
We have all sizes
35 WEST 8th ST. np
EUGENE, OREGON 1 .
Sprinkling lawns or gardens, also outside of indus
trial plants through common small hose with
nozzle, lawn fountain or sprayer attached. (Pay
ment of four months in advance, on or before
June 12th, as follows.) Each lot or fraction
thereof, (building space included) $3.50
Discount if paid on or before June 12th, , 50
Each additional lot or major fraction thereof (Net) 2.00
Sprinkling street or roadway in front of each lot or
major fractfion thereof, and one-half width of
street, per season , 1.00
Payments as above allow use for
Irrigation Season from June 1, 1917 to Oct. 1, 1917
This service Is supplied subject to the conditions and
schedule of charges now filed with the Publio Service Com
mission of Oregon; and under the supervision and regula
tion of the Commission.
Irrigation hours are from 6 :00 A. M. to 5:00 A. M. and
from 5;00 P. M. to 8:00 P. M.
Meters will be installed on the services of those con
sumers who persist in using water for irrigation purposes
outside the above hours.
Only one hose is allowed to be used for each lot or
major fraction thereof that service is being paid for.
In no case will customers be allowed to ua hoso with
out nozzle, sprayer or lawn fountain attached.
The use of "water during a fire Is strictly fwrohfiited. ex
cept for protection of property.
OREGON POWER CO.
A. L. Ingalls, Manager
W. F. WALKER
FUNERAL DIRECTOR,, t
Office Phone 62; Heldenee 67-J
West Main St. , '
We take considerable pride
in the completeness of our
stock of groceries.
Especially sanitary is our
mode of handling perishable
Our prices are as low as
may be expected at this time1
of unsettled market corfdlJ
Try our prompt service.
Nice & Miller
under the Federal Reserve
our officers will be glad to
A Off DTDT
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