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TIUMnr.AV. NOV, 21), 1017, T11R SPRINGFIELD NFWS
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I Town and Vicinity :
Kdna Diiryoo will rumitno lior lion
hlllon nt (lio (Ickut window of tlio Hull
MrH. It. It. Ilnrliort, of Wnltflrvlllo,
wan (i IhihIiiomi vlaltor In Hprlncfloli!
Mnrcuurtto Youiik, of Junction City,
Ih vltiltliiK with draco Mnlo, of thin
city, Hlio In nln nttondlriK tlm leath
ern' Inntltuto In Hukoiio.
Don't liotliur with tho cobkliiR cot
your TlmiilHKlvlnK illnnor nt Cllff'H
old pinto now l.ollilu'ii.
Mm. dale Hathaway, of BprliiKfloId,
In vIhKImk heir hunlmud, Corporal flnlo
lluthnwiiy. of (ho Third company, at
Kort HIovitih ovor ThnnkHKlvltiB.
Kinlllo llaldouian, of Alpha, In visit
ItiK with lU'tiiilo Spencer, of Spring
fluid Hint In nlito nttondliiK tho touch-
era' limtltuto at ICiiKono.
Hoimlo Spencer, who In toachhiK nt
Alpha, cnmii homo for TlmnkuKlvliic
and for tho teachera' Institute, Bho
In tho dnuBhtor of Mr. and Mm. W. 0.
Wo now Imvn on dlnplay a splendid
aiiHnrtniont of ThunkKRlvltiK, Xnmit,
and Now Your pontnlH for thoiio wlwli
ItiK to kuiiiI cardH nhroud, KotolH.
Minn Mattdo lluyoH, of Junction
City. In vIhIIIiik wllli Ollvo Smith, or
KprliiKlTelil durln tho teachera' Inntl
tut. Mia Ilnyim Ih a foachur In tho
JiiMCtlon City fichoola.
Mr. and Mm. Joe I.oiuouh, of l'oru
Und, aro pandlnir TlmutcmlvInK 'at
th homo of Mm. Lemon' ptrenl,
Mr. una Mm. Joun Wlntonmld, of thl
noion Htovonii, who Ih attending
iichool In Portland Ih Bpondlng Thankn
Riving with hnr father, Wolhy Stoveim
Kddlo Dean, llttlo on of 0. I, Dcnn
of Wont BprliiKfloId, Ih rocovorlnR
from an attack of rhcumatlam.
John Ilanimra tort Sunday morning,
for Lohanon whoro ho will ho om.
(loyoil In tho paper mill at that place
Mm. HniiHard will romnln horo for tho
prcHcnt-wlth her mother, Mm. liar
KKKlmaniiH for quality and iiuantlty.
Marlon Itlchmond, of Portland and
Meryl Nlmmo, of Albany, toachom In
tho Springfield hcIiooIh have gone to
Blond ThnnkHglvIng at tholr homoH.
Joe Clark who Ih uttondlng hcIioo!
In Bprlngfleld, Ih Hpondlng ThnnkH
glvIng with IiIh parcnta, Mr. and Mm.
J. Ij. Clark nt Independence.
Mm. T. II. .McComoy and two
children left yoHterdny for Noll where
they will Hpond ThnnkHglvIng vIbII-
Ing with Joseph UurgcRH ami family.
Bnck twlno for Howlng potato HnckB
.Springfield Peed company.
Mrn. N. A. Hakor and llttlo dnugh-
tor aro Hpondlng ThankHglvIng with
Mm. linker's parenta at Noll.
Mm. M. M. Peory loft yeHlerday to
Hpond Thanksgiving with her boh,
Harold, who Ih attending tho U. of 0.
uiodlenl nchool In Portland.
Mia Florence Cuthorn Mirslcnl
unw. at Uio Bprlngfleld hoapltnl, Ih
spending Thanksgiving at her homo
Mm. Mnrlo IJrowor, of Eugono will
undorgo a vory sorlus operation nt
tho Bprlngflold, hospital tomorrow.
Mm. ArthiiH Caskoy, of Wcndllng,
wan In Bprlngfleld yentorday for den
Nina Docson, who Is teaching In
tho.Olonwood bcIiooIh went .to Vcneta
today to upend Thanksgiving with lior
mother, Mm, Cnrrla Iloonen, and fam
ily. ' .
Mr. and Mm. Brannnn -nnd tamlly,
or Wyoming, aro camping nt tho
Bprlngfleld nuto grounds Thoy In
tohd to locate near Bprlngfleld.
Mr, nnd Mm. O. D. KosHcyL and Bon
Owlght, aro Hpondlng ThankHglvIng
with rrlondH In Balom.
Tom Swnrta, or tho Mount Vernon
Jemoy ranch, has purchased a Ford
automobile through tho Springfield
IleglHtered at the Springfield hotel
aro: C. II. Illch, Mrs. 13. II. Dow,
Mabel; F. It. 8tock, M. A. Young, O.
F. Mlllor, or IIluo Ulvor; L. Watem,
and Carry Thomson or Vlda.
Marjorlo Mnchen, or Monroe, who
has been visiting with f trends In-
ENTERTAINS AT DINNER
Oflve Smith entertained a few
LfrlcndB at dinner Monday evening at
her home on West D strcott Alls!
Bmlth'H gusts were: Maude Hayes,
Margaret -Young, . both of 'Junctlojf
City, Grace Male, and Nina Uoesen
8. 8. CLASS TO HAVE PARTY
Tho Amnionla-Aggnga cln3 of tho
Dapllst church will have a p'arty at
tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Frank.
Chase, of Prunovlllc, Flday evening.
MIS8 CELEIIRATES" FOUR
Urotchen Herrlck entertained a num
her of friends at her home Tuesday
artornoon, the occasion being her
fourteenth birthday. The afternoon
wns spent In playing games arter
which tho hostess served delicious
rorrcshmcntB. The guests were:
Alice Mortcnson. Hnzol Rraltnl
Springfield loft yesterday for Port-!,,,,, ,Iol,)rooki 3vlvla StruI), laurel
1.1 ft . . 1 IllllABM l ltl b . ... I F i - I I
. Griffin, Helen Roberts, Charlotte Stew
land where she will spend Thanksglv
Ing nnd attend tho Oregon O. A. C.
game. MIbh Machcn also attended
tho tedchem instltuto In Eugene.
Mm. J. F. Ooddnrd, of Cottage Grove
art, Lonlcc and Fairy Herrlck.
vialted with fr!ond
Oraon Vaughn, son or Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mr. Bert Jl;vael. of Cott
Orove, are apendlns Thanksgiv
ing at the home of Mr. Rtol'a oar
.ta, Mr. and Mm, John RummI nmr
Mabel Hayea. of Junction City, vie
tted for a few days wftk OWve Smith,
ot SJorlngfleld. She.aJao altered the
iuBttiute iu Eugene
Anette William, little daughter of Mrs. fctmuel S;lcer and tamlly of
Mr. aud Mrs. Mf- N- WlUlama, of ..lauola, are aj.cndlrtg Thankaglrlng
Springfield, has been rlatiiag with at the homo of Mrs. 8picer'.perenU,
Iter eunt. Mrs. Whlltoo Swafford, of- .Mr. and Mrs. N. W. (Jay. of this city.
lUugene, for a few days.
Marjorle Shay, of Cottago Orrtt.
pent Tuesday evening at 'ho home
of France Travis, of Sfiringtield. Miss
Shay Is attending tne teactrem' insU
tntq la Eugene.
IH your own eyes with pectaelea
at Peary's. - -
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I 1S1 llBtl I" I 1 1 1 If V IFlf IITI I II IT I 1 1 r I'll rr km m n . t . .
-- -(jorie .Macnon,
i twnare no oxrecta to secure emnmv-
Itellable remedies tight Veaionable : meuL
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oi r. ana Mm. l. .:. i.neKey anu son
YOUNG PEOPLE HAVE
f ENJOYAULE EVENING
A numbor of young people catbered
at the heme ofHobort yan Valzah
Tuostlay evening. The evening was
j spent with mualc and In playing
proaent wore: Mar
Vera Nelson, Vera
Perklna.C. I. Gorrie, Jack fJorrie, and
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ESTATE OF FERDINAND RENXE,
Claire, of thl city, are attending the
fOregon O. A. C. game hi Portland
i NVUce Isjieiby given that Cnariea
Edward E. Uarr.ci, who was' arres
Mr. and Mm. J. 8. Lornh and fam
ily have moved from Weat Main atreet
Insist mi KgglmwMt'e , homanuMlt
'ireadit your grocer's.
r iLfl. . H.h1 Ultlu. ..
where they have been Wvlug to the'. 7'
property on South A .treet recency I 3 trosn on B MtmA
i flnBBB tiiini ana rourta Birfleiso
vacated by Uert Nlcknm. t
Vi ra Perkins, daughter of Mr. and
Mm. E. 0. Perkins, of Bprlngfleld, who
Is teaching In the Florence schools
winior, rarno lionit tor Thanksglv
Ing ijod to attend teachers' Institute.
Mr. and Mm. 0. W. Hayes, of Ma
tileton, are vUlttng at the homo of
Mrs. Hayes' parents In Springfield,
while Mr. Hayes is attending teachers'
Institute In Eugeua.
Turkey dinnor for ThankHglvIng RO
coiitH, chlcliuu 36 cents. Mm. I.otklo.
It. L. Kirk, suporlutondent of tho
, Hprlngflold HCh.ools, left Tinmtlny night
for Portland, where ho will iimko- nn
nildresH at tho Multnomah toachom'
Mr, nnd Mm. 0. II. Jnrrott. of thin
city, nro tho proud paronta of a baby
druightor, born Saturday at tho Eu
guno hospltnl. Mr. Jarrett Ih aupoiin
tondent of tho local plant ot tho
Uootli-Kolly Lumbor. enmpnuy.
Mm. Sue Gilo loft TuoHday morning
for' Portland whoro bIio wjll vomnln
until uf tor Chrlstmafl holldaya vlalt
Ing hnr dnughtor, Mm. 0. F. 1lcDon
nld. Mm, MoDonald mid family apunt
tha 'paut Btimmor In Sprlngflold.
Grace ThomnH, daughter of Mr. and
Mrn. 1). E. Thomas, formerly of
Sprlnttfield, but now of Sweetwater,
'liliiho, Is vIbUIiik with fiiunds iu thin
olty. MIbh ThonnB, who Ih 1017 grad
uate of Sprlngfluld high achool, Ha
tnaehltig In the
mlnletrator of. the Estate of .Ferdin
and Rerr.e, decsc-seri. by the Coujitv
Judge of Iano Coftnty. Oregon.
All peraose having phUtne galnst
said Estate are hereby notified to
ure'.cr.t t!:e ume to the Administi-a-tor
at thi Vim Np.Iorral Dank. Spring
field, Oregon, with the neceaoarv vou
chers, within six months frcm the date
names, who toEOther.91'0: a
vsa ivu uvLvirct av-xi, vv ii,
CHARLES L. SCOTT,
GEO. B. DORJIIS, '
Attorney ftrr tha Estate. -
OoU5Xor-UU5,22F38. , u , .
").) In Springfield last week charged
with having fal!ed to register for the
t iraft has been Lound ovor to die fed-
oral grind iury nnd has been taken
to rorUgnd, with a I10C0 bat: attached
to the case,
with Mrs. Gladys 2ang, of Eugene,
was giving dances here every v Frl
day evening, Is well knqwu in
Swingfitld ti, , . .
?'ot. 27.M?. CK Krs. O. Sterhons, ,
i between Seventh and Eighth streets.
T. C. Guthrie, of Ceuer Fiat, cam's
Springfield yesterday on bulsnebs.
I Mrs, Qutlirie vrho is staying lu Spring
j 'lold roturned home with him for
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence' Cox, of Gold
noil are visiting at the home'' of Mrs,
fox' raxonUMr. and Mrs. T. A. Rath
t v.m, cf this olty. .
No. 1 codor fence rot- Prtce
right. Suiinijiiold . Food coiapnny.
i Wnjler Conmd has .roturtiuil from
Uanlluor, Oregon, whero he tpent tho
summer working. He will vlBit his
mother, Mm. Nancy, Conrad nnd bIb
tom, Mm. J. Jonea nnd Mm. R. L.
i Mr. and Mm. J. C. Rush havo movod
f tholr household goods from tl.e Glen'
I .mdo-oon ranch to tho llrooK Farm
Dairy. Mr. RubIi has purchaifcd one
haff liitarost lu tho dairy.
("h.lora Mnstenson, of Engeno high
Bchool Htudent, Is spendliig Tli:uil(a
,,ltliig with har pa.ronts nt Camp Croelt
Pnrtlculnr people profor purchasiug
r.eriei'Uy-pure potent pllla, powdors,
rotions, rlastom, patontH, pons, pnpor,
and pleasing "parfumua nt Taery's
aluetalilng rill Parlor.
MCTICE IS rtERJSBY GIVEN, that
the undersignr 1 h&s bean appointed
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I'.arMe, Tcby. and Grace Stephens Orcsrcn tar the County of Lane, lolnt
rooiorod-to Donna Sunday ; executors of the Estate of Rebecca A.-
.. . . a Q-.i u i- Rice, deceased. All persons hhvins,
Mary Chaee. it Springfield, is befeeU m lnBt S3W egtB(9 arc hereby
vjpitinr her cousin. Vera f!baie i required to present the same, proper
Mvnr from niifnVni mrhn verified, to Frank A. DePew, at
, ; J . T tirney for the estate, at his office in
iK:ght tho Farley ranch is moving ( Spiingfleld, Or"ei:ou oa or bafore sis
h'a household goodB here. ! mentis from the date of this publica
James Kqnneday And Max Green
were lsitors hore Thursday.
'Chsrloy Stephens was In Jasper
Monday on busiiiess.
'AKE. GOOD IN THE ARMY
m M s
.Man Prominent In Oellegs Athletics-
Rice ftr.pliily ,'n the Ssrv
liotUdor. t:i!o. University of C"ol-
Dated at Springfield, Oregon, No
vember 15th, 1917.
HIRAM E. RICE,
MELZAR A. RICE,
Joint executors of1' the estate of Re
becca A. Rl?e, deceased.
Frank DePow, Attorney for tfie
NOTICE FOR PUE3,LICATIOC O7G0O
Department of the Interior -" ,
U. S. Land Office at Roseburg, Ore
con. November C. 1S17.
NOTICE is hereby glvon Uiat Albert
Graves, ot Vlda. Crecon. who. on Oc-
ornuo imneteH n ill soon find good use i tobor 19. 1911, made Homestaad En-
for tho tiiilning they reci-iveil In meliixd j try, Serial No. 07000, for the of
-port! hero. Word lms been rceulved NEW. NE of NW4 and Lot 1 or Sec
of tho nrrlvnl "Mnncwhere In France" ,!10" T0,w,ls,1,,lp l? S' l"?0 2 5" W1J
Proof, to establish claim to tho land
nbovo described, boforo E. O. Imntel,
U. S. Commissioner, at his office at
Eugone. Oregon, on the 21st dny of
n tln summer anil In nmv n-,.,iiini,, (, I Llnlmant namos as witnesses
....... i-.i,i, ihik hi. iiiiii'in
who were prominent In athletics hero.
Klbrlilge Oerry Clmimmu, wiptnln of
hiKt year's varsity cloven, went to the
tort Itih-y oHlcrrm' rosorve cnnip early i
uiiiiiicr liuu is now n captain In
and Viola Uloet; ot Myr-
Crook, are spending Tlunksgiv
Ing with Mr. nnd Mm. J. J Drowning
Ilorlon hoIiooIh thlH-of SnrltigfluUI. Doth urostudentu.at
tho Unjvoralty or Oregon.
Soo tho Auto Eyo Tester nt Poory'a.
Marjorlo Muckon, vho Is a tonchor
In ()io Monroo tiuhools, visited with
frlonda In Sprlngflold dining the
tonchora' inatiluto vacation. MIhh
Machcn formerly lived in Sprlngrinld
hut tho family movod to llulno, Idaho,
NOTICE TO MEMDERQ OF CAMP
247 WOODMAN OF THE WORLD
Tlilo-lB to inform yon that Nolgh
bor RniiBom Mlllor huo boen uloctod
iih nBBlBtnnt nlorlc of tho oump nnd
you enn pay your duos to him at his
p'laco of hUBlnosH on Main' street, .nnd
ho will glvo you rocolpt for sumo.
IIERIJERT E. WALKER, Cllirlt,
II. 13. Cox, llooth-Kolly nccountunt,
will leave Saturday to Bpond Sunday
with hlo wife who la in Portlund for
May 11 111, of JaBpor, vtau a Spring
Hold visitor yesterday.
Tho now Spanloh dlBh-rRuvlollB
nt Egglmnnn'o candy kltohon.
Adno Slgnor, of Woat, Sniugflelt!
has begun his duties as night man at
tho Southern Pacific dopot.
MisB Ida Onrson, -of SprUigflQldi
who Ib booUkoep.M- i.l tho Schaofora
Brothers' dopai't; .
whoro bUo I'i'h',
. 'om the aitislaw
vlth her brother,
the regular nnny
. Edille Evans, who wns elected cap
tain of thin year's football squiiil, but
who retired from school to see: fame
lu Undo tfmn'H (lghtliig' fom-s; bus
been iniule u second lieutenant mv!
iHltors ivcelM'il hero illncloe the fact
llrnt ho Is "nver there"- somewhere.
r Horace P. Wells luul Chunueey Urn
uett, both prominent. In nthletles at
Boulder, havo been ncceptod In t!-i
nvlallon corps nnd nro believed to be
"across the pond." .
Matt L. Ryckman, of Loaburg, Ore
Ike Whltoloy, of Vlda, Oregon.
Charles Shopard, of Eugane, Ore-
Cella Fish, ot Eugene, Oregon.
w. H. n,'nv.
j Nov.S.lS.lfi.lO.SG.SO.Dec.S.G. 1
C oa t s
MODELS THAT UNITE SERVICE AND STYLE; AT
As Thanksgiving marks the
boundary line between fall and
winter, this is a .strenuously
busy time in our coat .depart
ment. We are demonstrating every
day that coats can be thorough
ly practical as well as smart.
The Wooltex coats, exclusive
with this store, are made of all
wool materials and interlined,
assuring unusual warmth.
'The quality of the material
and the high grade of the tailor
ing give special durability.
SPECIALLY PRICED AT $19.75, $22.50, $25.00, $30.00
, OTHER MAKES $10.00, $12.50, $14.75, $19.75
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Choice of Routes and Trains
".Trains a Qav Porfiand to Sao fmmm
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. John M. Scott
Genoral Passengor Agent
.SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES
We are authorized under the Federal Reserve
Law to act as an Executor, Administrator, Guardian
,-This is a new service our officers will be glad to
discuss with you.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, EOCENE, OfiFGON.
Boat Him to It.
"Did you tell your liosS that you'd
Simply lmve to lmve a raise? Did yon
toll 1 1 1 tit that you were wearing In at
yom'M clothes V"
"No;, lie forestalled mo with a Ions
wall about the horrors o hiivlnu to uno
a last MMiFonV ear." Louisville Courier-Journal.
"So you nay yuu no lonaor sleep of
uisUtH? Why don't youonsult a doc
tor?" "It, would .do no Hoyd. It'n not Jn
soniula that Uoojis i;io awuko; It's thi
buhy." HaUlnune American.
The Correct Word,
".Old Urown won't II vo Joiib. Ho Imn
ono foot lu the Ktatu already." .
"You mean ono foot In tho Bravo."
j'jN'i- IhYr Bolnm' to Uq ejopwted."
Ilost'on Trans rli t.
The Price of Fuel Is Going Up Bet thej
j "- Cost of Gas Never increases j
I We have many satisfied I
I customers who are using I
Telephone 58 and we will send
. a representative to explain
Orecson Power Co,
A. L. INQALLS, Manager.