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THURSDAY, JANUARY 10,1017
THE SPRINGFIELD NBWR
It will please the doctor if you
have his prescriptions filled here.
It Ih obbciiUhI Unit your preflciJpUomj lmvo ovcry bit of
tho jiotoncy that tho pliyiilcltui rollcm upon or cIho tho
ronultti will bo (lIsBiippolnting, To ItiHuro thin, drugs
lmmt lio frofili, puro ami uctlvo, and must bo properly
Our tVndo Ih very largo, which Insures rapid Boiling
honco frcBhncflo. Wo lmvo ovcry drug ovor culled or
therefore HiibnUtution 1b never found ncccBuary.
All prcBcrlptlono arc compounded by registered pliurm
anlHtB, and our prices nro haBcd on a fair and accuralo
coBt accounting ByBloiu. These aro omo of tho rca
boiih why phyelclanB aro always pleased when wo fill
LIST US KILL YOUR NI3XT PRESCRIPTION.
I Towi and Vicinity
A. J. Porklna, of Portland, Is In
SprliiRfloId for a fow dayn on bunlneiiB
Horn to Mr. nnd Mrs. (Jordan Camp
boll of Lebanon January 3, a son.
Mrs. John Crall of Doxtor wan In
town Monday for medical treatment
Born to Mr. and Mm. Waltor Wnl
laco of Natron, January 8, a aon.
Soo the auto cyo tester at Peery'a.
Fred Drown of Camp Crook la 111
at his homo from lnicrlppo.
Sadlo Alloti, who Is teaching near
Doxtor was in Springfield today to
have soma dental work dono.
Mrs. 0. II. Slack and dauRhter, Stel
la, of Marcola word In Springfield to
day on business
Mrs. Johnlo Hires roturnod to nor
homo at JloBorvo, having rocovored
from an operation recently.
Cash only at Wolf & Miller's. Five
per cont discount.
W. 8. Dodd, who ' rpsldos near
Natron, Is now tho possessor of a
now Ford automobile
A. M. Illcbnrdson, of Llndalaw, Or
egon, Jb visiting nt tho homo of IiIh
eon, Emory Illchardson and family.
MrsN A. Uaker. who baa bcui hi
with (ho grlppo frr tho past two wo.'ka
Is imnrovlntr. i t H''J$j
AltiiafShaub, of Croswell, Is visit
ing with 'relatives In Springfield for
n few' days.
WANTED A yuria man 15 to 18
years to learn the optical business.
Enquire Sherman W. Moody, Eugene.
Mrs.J LCBtor Mllllgro of Wnltorvlllo
who hasboon very HI nt tho Mercy
hospltaVlB much Improved.
Mrs. A. Sutton had hor tonsils re
move Snturduy at a local physician's
Mrs.'llolmor Davis, of Bugono, vis
ited with relatives In Sprlngflold yes
We, have Just finished our Invoice
and now! want to soil ovory dollars
worth5 'rof, goods In our store at prlcos
to moot' all competitors.
mm HOLUitooic store.
Mrs. .Lllllo Merichom, of Eugono,
Lad a noodlo removed from hor
thumb; Saturday which was deeply
embedded In tho muscle.
Miss.; Emma Gosslor of Thurston
had hor .'tonsils and adonolds removed
yosterday nt tho 6'fflco of a local phys
Mrs. J. D. Elliott, of Jnspor, Is suf
forlngfrom a fractured anklo. Tho
lnJuryVna received bb Mrs. Elliott
loft tliobarn last wook.
Itollable remedies right reasonablo
Jasp'or Hills, of Oakrldgo, wont to
Cottago ; Grovo yestorday whoro ho
has boon called by tho Illness of a
marriod ' daughtor who rosldos thoro.
ThoJlttlo son of Mr, and Mrs. Leo
' Davla, of Douglas Gardens, cut his
rightjVand last ovonlng botwoon tho
thum'br and Index flngor. Several
stitches.' woro .taken In tho cut.
Mrs, ' J. Endlcott nnd children ro
turnoto' Camas, Washington, Sunday
oftorr! seVeral months' visit at tho
homo of hor mother, MrB. Hannah
Holverson. Mrs. Endlcott was called
aero atftho tlmo offtio death of hor
father; Olo Holverson, November 11,
'1M7.M - -
i Wayno McDoo loft Monday for Camp
Lowla after a visit with his parents,
Mr, and Mrs. S. B. McDoo, of Spring
flold. On Tuosday D. A. Washburno wont
to Junction City to attend a business
meeting of tho board of directors of
tho Junction City bank.
No customer of ours nood look els
whoro for bolter prices nor bettor
treatment nor boltor goods than we
will glvo you. THE HOLUUOOK
Mrs. Arvllla lirlggs and two children
aro hero from Walkor visiting at tho
D. D. Weddlo homo on East Main
Mrs. W. F..Saylos, of WeaJllng, un
derwent a mojor operation In Eugono
Tuesday. Mrs. Saylcs Is tho wlfg of
Englnoer Saylcs, who haa a run on
tho Wlllamotto Pacific.
Registered at tho Springfield hotel
aro: Ewln PyU and L. T. Walters,
of Fostor; S. A. Hill and family, of
Wondllng, and Wm. Hedges, of Mo
Fit your own oyes with, spectacles
Mrs. E. J. Reynolds wont to Rosoburg
Tuosday to bo with hor motnor, Mrs.
J'ilon Wholploy, who Is vory 111 with
Yt.oumanln. ' '- '
Mrs. T. H. McComsoy, who unlui
a cut n major operation nt tho .Mo,cy
hospital in Eugono, n stort tlmo rgo
r turned to hor homo In this city Ill's
Linoleum, rugs, dlnhos, heaters,
beds, tables In fact ovarything' In
our Ktoro on salo at prices not to bo
boaton, quality considered. THE
Mrs. Wm. Onlnbridgo, of this city,
loft Sunday morning for Wobstor City.
Iowa, having received tho news of
tho death of her fnthor at thnt placo.
Sho will bo gono nbout two months.
Mr. und Mrs. A. F. Dakor, of PIo.is
ant Hill, enmo down Tuesday night to
visit with tholr son, N. A. Dakor, and
family. Mrs. llakor will ronnln a
fow dayR while her daughtor-lu-law,
la recovering from tho grlppo.
Mies. Lillian Mulligan left Wednes
day for Portland whoro Bho will bo
employed by tho Underwood Typewrit
Ing company until sho receives her
appointment from tho government for
a civil sorvico position.
Particular people prefer purchasing
perfectly puro potent pills, powdors,
potions, plasters, patents, pens, paper,
and pleasing perfumes at Pocry'a
Painstaking Pill Parlor.
George Shaub, of Croswollyhas been
appointed administrator of tho ostnto
of Mrs. Phoobo E. Hughes, doccabod.
Tho estimated valuo of tho property
of tho estate Is ?1500. Tho court al
so namod John Stono, James Bhaub
and Iko Coplln to nppratso tho prop
erty. STATE EXAMS NEXT WEEK
Many In Class Signify Intention of
Entering High School
Tho Eighth Grade State examina
tions will bo held on Thursday and
Friday next week at tho Lincoln
! school building. Persons who will
tako tho examination in Sprlngflold
aro: Lena Safley, Asahol Fish, William
Wright, Alice Reynolds, Lowell Slkes,
Carrlo Ditto, Jesslo Courtrlght, Josslo
Larlson, Edna Moo, Carl Dauor, Flor
onco Hill, and Evolyn Miller,
Anumbor of those who will take
tho examinations havo slgnlflod Uiolr
ntontlon of entering High school at
tho oponln'g of tho second perasator
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
ly WANNA McKINNEY
Girls basket ball practice haa com
nioncod and clans teams aro boJng
fprmod: Tho girls nro nulto intorost
od in tho soasona prospocts.
Owing to tho decision of tho school
board at a mooting hold Monday ovon
lng thoro will bo no school on Satur
day, Th Id would havo enabled us to
havo finished school two wooks ear
lier noxt spring, but now wo will havo
to go until Juno 14th. Wo aro all
hoping, wo don't havo. spring fovor too
Tho' Gorman 3 class will havo an
o.xtrn class Thursday afternoon at
3:1G. Tlioy nro anticipating n quiz.
Tho noxt edition of tho Soldiers'
Joy will bo out a wook from tomorrow
Mr, Moore's mathematics classos
havo a now toacher, Miss Ida Dins
dalo, of Galono, Illinois. She is a
graduate of Laworcnco collcgo at Ap
ploton, Wlsconaon and at prosont Is
taking a post graduate courso ot tho
Univorslty of Oregon.
Lena Drowor was absent from
school Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Holcn Wlthycombo has taken
charge of Mr. Mooro's physics class.
Sho is a practlco teachor from tho
Univorslty of Oregon whoro she is a
member of tho Sonlor class. .
Glen LoVoo, a former S. II. S. Btud
ant now -ptatlonod with Uio 3Clth
Ambulanco company, at Camp Lewis,
was a visitor at school Wednesday
Thero will bo quite a number of now
students cntorlng High school this
mid-year. Those who will tako tho
eighth grado examination at tho Lin
coln building are Lena Safley, Asahel
Hah, Wllllnm Wright. Carl Dauor,
Lowell Slkes, Jess Larlson, Edna Moo
Evelyn Miller, Florence Hill, Jesslo
Courtwrlght,' AIlco Reynolds, and Car
Esther Hughes, n, Senior In Eugene.
High School was a visitor hero Thurs
day morning. - .-i..., .
Our basketball team goes to Harris
bnrg tomorrow evening to play tho
Harrisburg High school team.
Be at Theatre
Attraction Pictures Love's Strug
glos Throughout tho
D. W, Griffith's latest collossal
isr'tac1o "Intolerance," said to boj
mo most magnincent spectaclo ot all
tlmo, will bo tho attraction ct tho
Eugono Thoatro, Friday and Saturday
This now art creation, la n tremen
dous representation of big historic
ovonts in throe distinct periods of tho
world's history?-placod in apposition
with a story of life among tho peoplo
of America of today.
Tho purposo of this spectaclo Is to
show lovo's struggle throughout tho
ages, which Mr. Griffith does by means
of four parallel stories. Ancient Baby
lon, Judoa nt tho tlmo of Christ, Med
lovnl Paris and a modern American
city nro tho scones of these stories.
When tho Nozarcno Himself 1b see?
In tho stroots of Jorusalom thoro Is
tho visualization, in reverent artistry,
of an actual Savjour of mankind
ofton surpassing In beauty or in ef
fectiveness somo ot tho world's most
tamed paintings of incidents at the
tlmo of Christ. Then again 'tho hor
rors of tho massacro of St. Dartholo
mow are sot forth with" tho s'ktU' of
a master to effects, and all In sur
roundings that suggest tho actual por
lod. Tho slego of tho walls of Baby
lon, and of tho city itself, with trem
endous Instruments of ancient war
faro to attack tho walls, and with
struggling minions falling undor tho
lilow ot swords, porishlng by flro or
going to death in tho toppling and
falling of lofty .towers, 1b tho achieve
ment of ono who has dono big things
In a big way,
Then thoro is tho story of today,
with a man brought to tho gallows for
.clmo ho did not commit and saved
only through tho timely IntorvenUon
of a Govornor, ' X
Oyer 42(000 poopio took part In
"Intolerance," nuUotho largest cast
arcr csatsbloA for aay stage prodnt-
Hon. Somo of this country's most
pronilnont film stars- havo tho lead
ing roles nmong them, Mao Marsh,
Miriam Cooper, Lillian Glsh, Con-'
gnry Wilson, Dosslo Iovo, Robert Her
ron, Elmor Clifton, Alfred Paget,
Walter Long and Tully Marshall.
Library Board Meets
On Tuosday night tho public I.lbto
ry board mot at tho Ilbrnr. TI,o
regular monthly bills for light, salar
ies, and other expenses wero albwoJ.
A now shipment of hooka in tho twv-
Jing library arrived ycBtorday nnd j
w'll bo placed on tho sholvcg at om o, '
Suffers Third Paralytic Stroke
Mr. and Mrs. L, Walker have been ,
called to the bcdsldo of Hiram Puidv i
of Eugene, father of Mrs. Walker.
Mr Purdy was afflicted with the third
otrbko of paralysis Wednesday cf last
week. Ho Is slowly recovering re
rorts Mr. Walker.
Se What Ed. Dorhpier Is Do
ing for His Country!
He is now prepared to ac
commodate anybody and
everybody in any claBS of
business. Hblias just started a
and now buys all kinds of
dead animals, hides, pelts and
furs of all kinds and all kinds
He has good saddle ponies
out and he will also
SHOE YOUR HORSES
do your repairing and feed
your horses, all in the same
building while you arc getting
your work done.
Any party haying poor ani
mals or dead animals or poor
hogs, that they are not able to
feed, he will buy them. Call
him up by
Telephone 30, Springfield
' - ix. Itomplen Is . a public
benefactor. Ho buys and
turns into money many arti
cles that seem to be of no
value, thereby helping many
people to many extra dollars.
T f von want to ranged
1 In lire you must kuovr S?5ifcL
what li new in lmUccu and India-
Oct out of tbo rut: rctcn the Erlnc line. Read
theTnoitlntcrestlmrand urerul tnsrattne, and
lbs Uitfcit money worm. uuy mouia
300 Pictures 300 Articles
all for onlylScrnU. All tho ntw Idraa and
invention. In electricity and wlreleM. In
autonol)llei and aeroplanes In thopwoxlc and
In tannine, ana in niocuincry.
Haw tanalcatKInvaatliom&i tOBareseTery
month, Incjudiiitf icfrlf cratora, poultry bouiec.
lurnuure, auiomoone tuop repiun, eic
1, l frill of tnonMMnnktnr. ttervinTlnc Idea..
Itiaimtteaiaplia En(Uhformaad boj.
15 Cents a Copy $I.C0 a Year
Oet It from n nerradealer or write'' direct to
I'opular iicicnce aionuiiy, zwrouru wtc, n.i .
TTli Wj& f a can trt It yta MilZcttu
filEXi ibr ixuUii uJ Btatin (U ytr.
The Price of
Cost of Gas Never Increases
We have many satisfied
customers who are using
GAS for COOKING, and HEATING WATER
tQregon Power Co.
Having purchased the Spring
field Garage we wish to an
nounce to the public that we
will continue the business as
previously conducted, with the
addition of a complete vulcan
izing plant, and a storage bat
tery repair and service station.
J We solicit your patronage
and every effort will be made
to give prcinpt andf careful
service in all departments.
J. C. Neil
W. W. Ebbett
De Luxe Attractions Company Presents
. D. W. GRIFFITH'S COLOSSAL $2,000,000 SPECTACLE
Love's Struggle Throughout
With Mae Marsh, Constance Talmadge, Lillian Gish, Bessie
"Love, Tully Marshall, Ralph Lewis, Robert. Harron
' ' '
and 125,000 Supernumeraries ',
.f - . . I., t
Griffith's Only Feature Since "The Birth of a Nation.?'
Positively Last Time It Will Be Shown
Most Magnificent Drama
of All Time! V
". . .
POSITIVELY MARVELOUS &
FROM EVERY STANDPOINT
The World's Greatest Amusement Featured
Friday and Saturday
... : AT.THE-
REMARKABLY LOW PRICE
FOR THIS ENGAGEMENT:
Fuel Is Going Up But the
Telephone 58 and we will send
a representative to explain
A. U IrMALLt, MMgr.
C. E. Stephens
D. W. St urges
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