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MONDAY. JULY 2, 1017.
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
Save Steps this Summer
During warm weather whopping often becomes a timk.
Whenever you (Irene! a trip down town on account of
(lie heat, or for tiny other reason yon find It Incon
venient to come, JiiHt phono
you'Jl find whopping by phono a great tlmo saver In
fact, It places a drug Htore at your door.
Our Htock In very complete and Ih made up of high
grade goods, thcroforo you may alwayH bo sure of
getting Jimt what you want.
Small ordern will bo delivered ub promptly and an
clieerfully iih largo ones.
Cultlvato tho Tolophono Habit
It'o a Real Convonionco.
Wa offer One Hundred Dollars
Rewnrd for nny cano of Cntnrrli
that cnnnot bo cured by Hall's
P. J. CHKNRT tc CO.. Toledo. O.
Wr, Urn undernlKiinl, hftvo known V. 3.
I Hnw'flThU) Mr. and Mr. W. Dawnon left thlx
morning for Albany whore (hey wilt
upend tho Fourth and vhlt friend.
Mr. J, A. Nelson, mother of Vent
Ncliion paNBcd throuKh HprlnKflold,
Sunday on hor wny from HrownHvlllo
to Anhlnnd to aDcnd thn Fourth in
Ch.nty for Oil Inst IS yearn, arid believe ;,,,, ..i--,.
hlin Derfeetlv lioitornlife In nil liimlneei I'nni plflCO.
trnnaNCtlonN hihI nmmclnlly nliln to carry I
out any otillrnllnim innilt by bin firm. Mr. and Mm. A. Wllkonmki and
NATIONAL IIANIC OF COMMKItCK. , a. wiikowbki anu
Toledo o. baby left thin morning: by auto for
c7.?Mr Oregon where they will mnko
coiia yurfarra of ih avMem. Trtlinonlol tliolr homo. Mr. Wllkowwkl'8 inoth-jr
rnt frir. I'rlrn 7G ccmIa per bolll. Sold , , . ....
by nil DriiKHUid. 1 find brother accompanied them. Mi.
Tk. 1111. Fainlly fill, for con.Hp.tlon. wkowk ,nH ,,ccn mpoye(, at tho j
... ,, ., , , , , , ,, ; Hoolh-Kelly mill for iieveral month'
m u.. nrMio ,1UK U".V . ir' and wan a member of the ChrlstHn
noi, mano a ouHinoHn trip to spring
Made to Measure Suits
Lemley Suit House
1 Phone 75
Mr. and Mr. K. II. Ward were In
from Camp Creek Saturday.
Mr. and Mr. John Dankn of Tliurii
ton woro In HprlnKflold Saturday,
draco Male Ih very III with totiHllltlH
at hor home on Mill and (' Htreeta.
, Mr. and Mm. Kmext Skinner of
church baHketball team laat winter
Juno 30. Mm. Wan tch and daughter j
MlHf I. a lira of Eugene where here j
vlHltlng Frank Sporca and family Frl-1
day and Saturday.
Mrs. John Itobcrtion and daughter j
i ihm liura woro in Kugene i uesuay
to vlall the doctor.
Mr. and Mm. K. L. Iloberts and on
Glen made a buslncHu trip to Eugene
Town and Vicinity
J. Cowden of Thurnton mado a bug
IneHu trip to Springfield Saturday.
Will Scavcy of Donna made a htm-
InrHH trip to SprltiK'leld Saturday, I
John Mullen made a bualneiiB trip
to Fall Creek Wednesday. !
- llend, Oregon are vlalttng with Mra. j Wednesday evening returning homo
MrH. A. IJIglow who Iiiib been vlalt- Sklnncr'a parents Mr. aud Mra. Uoh- Friday mornlne.
nig in waniiiiigion ror moiiiu tlmo ro- ort Sldwell.
turned homo ycMlcrday morning. i
,,,,,, , Goto returned Friday from y
Italph t offln and MIhb Alta John- ,on ,,ay8 trp Heattu ant, othor
aon apent Sunday vlHltlng Mr. Coffin ' ,)olntB , Waahlngton. Ile was ac-
parents, Mr. and Mra. J. W. Coffin, eompanlcd by hla family.
Marlon rnwell and hoii Karl left
today for KaHtorn Oregon where thov
, Fourth of July.
will help to harvcHt the cropH.
W. I Short of Colwnll, Idaho
In thly territory buying aheep.
II. W. CalllHon of Fall Creek wai
In town Saturday for medical treat-
Jack Llttoll left Saturday evening ment for a very sore finger.
for Portland after having spent no
oral days vlHltlng in Springfield.
Mra. ilarvc Kobcrtuon and daughter
MIskcs Una, Dorln and Alice, of Eu
gene were here to spend tho week ,
end vlHltlng Mm. HobcrlHon's brothc-;
In-law John Robertson, family and
Mra. M. W. Webber of Springfield
wag here Friday to vlBlt her mother
Mra. J. C. Nicholson, who la not Im
proving very much. I
The "Iteds" entertained tho "Blues"
Joe retcraon, mother and father, Friday night. Games were played
Lubricating oil special price, brlna
u big can. J. C Holbrook.
L. May ond Fred IlrcMilor loft sat
urday for Newport, for a weeks' outing.
Klcunor White left Uila
for a vlalt In Portland.
and Mrs. Delia Peterson and llttli ', at tho school yard until 10:00 o'clock ;
MIsh Anna Cappn of Salem la visit daugwor left yesterday by auto forLnfter which the crowd marched down
Ing at tho homo of hor aunt Mra. M. Seattle where they will spend the to the hall and were served straw
l"0UChan1, Mrs. Paul Uratlaln left ycB,cnlayerrles. cake and lemonade and more
I Franco Travis worked at Kotlo's morning for Palscly where she wUP Kmea were played at the hal before
In.n. ...... l.. l ..I .1,1. II b.. hn.Uml lu I , l"" "U"iW.
."1MB JVUlUiUU; 111 I1U (IIU(;U Ul '". w .0 Uri..Ufc.,.v
'Vera Nelson. a largo ranch there.
The "Illues" all wish to thank tho
Reds" for the good time shown them.
Mr. and Mrs. J. liradham and child Those registered at the Kllte are ' Miss Lela Jlennls of Marcola was
iren who live neur Deadman's Ferry H. H. Sawyera of Portland, Hen Sypert . down Friday night to tho Sunday
Jack Mltoll of Portland Is visiting ,ptnt Sunday at tho Kd Duryoa home, pf Wonder, Oregon; Pert Cox nnJ school contest treat.
friends In Springfield for several dnyn.
Chus. Hlrah, t, hide-buyer of Port
land, visited the local butchers Thurn-dny.
Mra C. A. Harnett and daughter.
Nevada, Hpenl Sunday at Foley Spring
wife. C. I.. Shllltl nnil Paul l.nnahprrv
It. M. Mitchell and wife have pur of vldll( am, G A SUe,don.
chased SO acres of land of tho John
Shelley estate onu mile from Jasper. ' The cost of pnlnt does not depend
Card of Thanka
We wlgh to thank the many friends
for their lioln and svmnnthv and beau-
millrfdv linnn tbn nrlrn vmi nnv iinpat..i i i --i . . .u .
cfvoS ordered from ho Fast l,n Ka"n bMl What U '8 Wr,h ,,ca'1-1 Oregon for their help In the beautiful
ceucu, ordered from tho hast somo fifvinir nH nmn-ii,r vn,lr im.n. w.. .... . . .
...,... , ,..... - - j jul Bun lunurui Bcrrice 01 our oeiovci
Absolutely! gon and brother.
IMIOOK 'MR. AND. MRS. K. C. RALSTON
men, goi your naia. capa. snina. . Mr8. w. C. Dunboor and daughter , ,, .,. ,... ...,. AND FAMILY.
alioca. all kinds of toggery at Wolf Florence of Portland are visiting at worklnc for James Clark on HUCar
and Miller's Clothing store. ,hu home of MrB. c . shrltt. , klnf e"'"k
5 tlmo ago. real bargains let us show 8ol, ihot!nlx puro pa,nU
them to you. J. C. Holbrook. RUarantced. j. C. IIOI.I
Tho Springfield planing mill will
bo closed down only one day (or lit.) discharged
Fourth of July. .Saturday.
.beet farm near Salem was brought
George Masterson of Marcola wan; ,0 ,no local 'iBPH Saturday for nied-
from tho local hospital
I S. Pratt
MrH A. V I.nu-I linilnru.,i n ..in. Illle DCCn
Florence Darllnc In vlsltlne at the I
I ...in. . I.unin II1IIIUI t;ill U I1IU'
homo of her brother Wm. Darling at Jor operation at tho local hospital
Marcola, j Saturday morhlnK:-
II. N. Nixon purchased a flvo-pai- j
senger Chevrolet touring car through
tho local dealer last week. ,
Mra. Adeline Copenlmver under
went nn operation on her nose Sat
J B Mondell of Wnltervdlle made ( Mr. ,, Mr8, cllCHter K,8pnHH of fonil0p.H fatheri ,,. j. Scoflell of the
n business trip to priiigrieiii
We paid 50c per pound for
butterfat In' the cheese factory
I last month. Does this Interest
and Marlon Adams who you?,
working at the Fischei-j EUGENE FARMERS CREAMERY
Houtin mill on the Sltisluw arrlvi , J
yesterday to spend tho Fourth hi. their-..
''0C8- i LEARN MUSIC AT HOME;
... ......... . Lessons Free New Method Learn to
Mr. and Mrs. W A. Scofleld an 1 p,ay By NotcPIano 0rgan VIoni
family arrived from Kent, Washington nanlo. Mandolin. CornoL Ham. 'Cello.
unuay ror n row days visit witb tlu GuItat.( plccoi0, Clarinet, Trombone.
Flute or to sing. Special Limited
Offtr of freo weekly lessons. You
pay only for music and postage, wnleh
Is small. Money back guarantee
No extras. Dcglnnere or advanced
iiirner are visiting at tne Homo or Kugene Chemlcnl works.
.Mth. ICIspass' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fischer. Evn
Mrs. win. o uer. .Mr. a. . airi - Vance Cngloy of tho medical corps. , Titus, and Ulla nrondel of Marcola
.Marion Ady o: isugonu spent w eunov H,utom,,i . Vancouver barracks ur ou..h Q..,..,fi..i.. i exiras. "eginnera or navanceo
ilnv with Mr and Mrs W L Dunlan ' ... . , . , , , ' ""' " " .' pupils. Kveryth ng Illustrated, plain.
day with Mr. and Mrs. w. i uuniap. , rlve,, ,l0m)) ycatomay on u five duy'h tliolr way up tho McKenzle on a camp- simple, systematic Free lectures
.1. II. t .1. mm .
N. A. nowe and M. W. Wober mi l no is mo son oi air. anu
families arc upending the day at tho MrN' M- c"Bo' of thlB c"'
hatchery. Mrs. C. F. Egglmann returned Frl-
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Raker of Oak- ,lu' 0Vt,,,iK fro' Foroat Grovo where 'fomla soveral months ago hove ro
ridge aro ranking a business visit j H,", ,ll,s ,,eon H-ndliig tho encamp- turned and will move back to their
Mr. anil Mrs. R. W. Makinson who
moved from hero to Turlock, Call-
each course. 1G years' success. Start
at onco. Write for Free booklet to
day Now. U. S. School of Music.
225 Fifth Avenue, New York City.
Good reliable fire Insurance. No as
sessments; no membership fee. Pay
onco and you are dene. li. li. Walker
at tho City Hall.
Tho first watermelons of tho Rea
son were on sale in local atorca Sat
urday. O, R. Kosuey and family and W. N.
Ixing and family spent Sunday picnick
ing along tho McKenzle.
Dr. W. C. Rebhan and family loP,
Saturday in tliolr car for Ashland to
attend tho Round-up there.
Mra. R. W. Smith who wna oper
ated on at the local hospital last
week was dlsmlused today.
Tad Luckey and family left for Ash
land Saturday in their car to attend
the Round-up at that place
Mr. and Mra. W. Dawson and Mr
and Mra. C. E. Lyon motored to niuo
Mra. R. P. Mortcnson and children
npent tho week-end in Harrisburg vis
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McCulloch and
Hon Bobby loft Saturday for a wooku
visit In Seattle
Georgo Godman of Doxtor made a
business trip to Springfield Saturday.
, Freda Fandrem returned Saturday
from Wondllng where sho hna boon
visiting at tho L. lCrickson homo.
ment of tho G. A. R.
ranch on Camp Creek. Mr. Mncklii-
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Morrison and Bon Mya ,hnt 11 18 then-.
lamiiy. .Mr. aim airs. j. w. ivoys and Mrs. K. F. Dohcrty and baby girl i
rnniny spent, hunday aitomoon visit- WM ,aVo been staying with Mrs.
;ng friends In Cottage Grovo. ( Dohorty'H mother. Mra. Holconib for
.1. .!. sini.1Hnn .....I wifn nf ini,o.;l Pn8t montii. lett Wednesday
view. Orecnn nnBHod tlirnueh Snrln
flold on their wny to Cottage Grove l'10'1
San Diego where Mr. Doherty is em
,' Mrs. F. A. llrown nnd lnzn Crab-
"treo of Camp Crook visited at tho
ihonio of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Duryea Fr!-i
Mrs. Mary Grodzkn and children
rom Portland are visiting the form
er's brothor, F. A. Wosolowgkn of the
Dr. and Mrs. F. G. Devitt of Loa
Angeles. California are visiting Mr.
j Dovltt's sister, Mrs. M. Thompson,
i Mr. and Mrs. Dovltt will go from here
on to Alaska nnd return home by wav
of eastern points.
, Thoso registered at the Sprlngfiell
hotel tho past week wero Clarence
Snvago of Fort Klamath. E. O. Mar-
I tin of Prinevllle, Geo. W. Rlgga of
Helen Mullen returned Saturday Mabel, nnd Nout. J. Larsone of Port
frnm ThurHton whore alio hns boon laud.
visiting Mrs. Needhnm for tho pas
Taking Big Chances
It Ib a groat risk to truvel without
n bottlo of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy, as tlila
preparation cannot be obtainable on
ttao tralna or steamships. Attacks
of bowel complaint are often auddoa
and very eovere, and everyone should
jlto prepared for thorn. Obtnlnablo
Services at tho Raptlst church yes
terday, wero in chnrgo of Arthur Pen-
gra In tho morning and Walter llailoy -Jila way from Sunny aldo, Washington
In tho evening. .to visit his parents nt Corning, Cali
Ross Woods of Portland was la
(SprlngfIeId Saturday buying tho hop i C. F. McGlashan of Truckee, Call
wlro from tho local hop men who have j fornla, unci G. Simon of Sacramento
flowed up tliolr floldg. with his wlfo and mother-In law nr j
. , , , ., iguosta of Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Pago of
... .... ub.u iu.iu th0 Amorlcnn jtotol. Tho party Is
Suits Made to Order
Alterations, Cleaning and
Opposite Ketels Drug Store
W. F. WALKER
Office Phone 62; Residence 67-J
West Main St.
HERBERT . WALKER
QfTtet (n City Hall, SDrlngflald, Or
Oscar Shoppard, son of W. O. W.
Sheppard who formerly had chargo of
tho Palaco of Sweots In this place.
stoppod In Springfield Saturday on
ovonlng from points in Iowa nnd Kan
gas where sho has been visiting for
,tho past two months.
.traveling by nuto and from here wl'l
go to Portland nnd points in Idaho.
Constipation and Indigestion
"I havo used Chnmborlnin'a Tablets
Biliousness and Stomach Trouble
"Two years ago I suffered from fro-
and must say they aro tho best I have quont attacks of stomach trouble and
over UBod for constipation nnd Indl-'biliousness," writes Miss Emma Vor
Bostlon. My wlfo nUo usod thorn . bryko, Lima, Ohio. "I could eat
ifor Indigestion nnd thoy did hor good, very little food that ngrood with me
writes Eugene S. Knight, Wllmlng- and I bocamo so dizzy and alck at
ton, N. C. Ohamborlaln'a Tnblota my stomach at times that I had to
iaro mild nnd gontlo in thoir action, nko hold of something to koep from
Glvo them a trial. You nro cortnln falling. Seolng Chnmborlaln'a Tab
to bo pleaBed with tho ne;rooahlo lax , lots advertised I docldod to try them.
atlvo effect which thoy produce. Ob- I Improvod rapidly." Obtalnably ev-
tamable everywhere, erywhore.
ROBERT BURNS Lodge. No
78, A. M. F Ancient and
Accepted Scottish Rite Uni
versal and Symbolic Free
Masons meets first and third
Frldny evening in W. O. W
ball. Visiting brothers wel
P. A. Johnson
R. W. M
O. R. Gullion, M. D.
Practice Limited tl
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Graduate Nurse Attending
306, White Temple, Eugene.
Repairing a Specialty
Main, bet. Fourth and Fifth. Phone 11
Dr. N. W. Emery
8UTTON BLDQ. . . PHONE 20-J )
RESIDENCE PHONE 12S-W "
SPECIAL VALUES. AT THE
Eugene Sample Store
605-609 Willamette Street
Men's Union suits $1.25
Ladies' White Top Shoes,
Havana brown and gray
not $10, but our price,
Ladies' Sample Oxfords and
Pumps $1.25 to $2.95
Sizes 2V2 to 41n.
Ladies' White Petticoats,
our price 65c and 75c
Ladies White hose, 2 for 35
Same in black 2 for .... 35c
Ladies' black hose 2 for 25c
Ladies' white pumps, high
heel, rubber sole and heel,
while they last $2.50
Ladies' white Mary Jane
pumps, welt sole $3 value.
Men's Panama hats $5 val
ue for $3.50 and $3.95
Men's Panama hats, $6
values for $4.95
Men's dress shoes see what
we offer for .... $3.45, $3.85
Neolin or Leather Soles
Men's work shirts, our
price 50c GOc 75c 85c
See our $14.50 Men's suits
Men's fine dress shoes, R.
B. Z $5.50 to $7.50
Men's Work shoes, here
always $2.25 to $9.75
See our Men's hats, here at
.... $2.25, $2.45 and $2.85 .
Men's tailor-made suits at
$17.50 to $22.50
Why pay more
Men's shirts, $1.25 val. $1
Men's sport shirts 65c
Men's $1.50 and $1.75 shirts
Men's black Sox 10c
Men's Silk Top hats only
Buy Your 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. TP II DCDT
EUGENE, OREGON i Jt, VJlJLiDILfV 1
"FISK" on your tire is a guar
antee that you have the greatest
dollar-for-dollar value that it is
possible to buy. When yon pay
more than Fisk prices you pay
for something that doesn't exist
Fisl Tires For Sale By
Authorized Ford Agents
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