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TflTUItSDAY, F.MB. ,7, 1018.
THE SPRINOFIELD NEWS
A Hmllo of BiitlHfuctlon follows the ubo of
This iiplondld remedy linn dono inoro to rollovo rhouinntlc
jiiiIii, iminculur HWolllnKH and ntlff jolnta (linn any other rhouma
tinni remedy wo havo ovor known,
Hven In tho most ncuto forms of rheumatism I'oiiHlar Ilhou
malic Compound has boon uod with marked success.
" It Ih a combination of liifrrodlontH strictly In kcuplwt with
mudlcnl standards and wo know you can uso it with excellent
results. For your Information and protection Uis formula Is
plainly printed on tho labol.
With this remedy wo also suggest that you koop your liver
active with 1'onslar Liver Sallno, a slpendld cleanser or tho blood
sold In two slxos, 2Co and COc.
I'onslar Ilhoumatlc Compound la also sold In two bUcs, 50c
j Miss Chlolo Wolloy lias roturnni
m to Mabel after a short visit wun nci
TOW!! alia VlCinity 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. l A. Woolloy
Ice cream will toko
On Monday a daughter was born n, pinco Qt mefa with groat food
to Mr. and Mrs. rtlKKs, of Thurston. Lnlues. '
0. Arnol, of Marcola, was In 8prlng
field on business Monday.
A word to dyspoptlcs. Eat Eggl
matin's wnr bread.
John Lewis, of Donna, camo to
Bprlngflold Tuesday on business.
5 Mrs. J. 11. StoWnrt; 6: Jasper, was
In Bprlngflold yesterday
Boo the auto eye tester at Poory's.
Ucrtnido Wllilnms left 8undny for
Tortland whoro sho will visit with
Mr and Mrs T.'W. Carnoy, of
Thurston spent Wednesday In Spring
field. " WANTED A young man 15 to 18
years to learn the optical business.
Enquire Sherman W. Moody, Euoene.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Downing, oi
Wendllng, were vlsltoro In Bprlng
Howard Cotton formerly of Spring
field ls'vlsitlng with friends in Spring
Tho homo of tho Copcland and Ky
dcr shoos for men, W. A. HALL
A nlno and ano halt pound boy was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Hoovoi1, who
II vo on Mill street, yesterday.
Curtis Noet was admitted to the
Mercy hospital In Eugene for modlcal
Kit your own eyes with spectacles
Franklin Itandali, of Eugene, had
his tonsils and ndcnolds removed at
tho offlco of a Bprlngflold physician
Ilellablo remedies right reasonable
Edward Moneta, who was Injured In
a runaway accident lust week, was
dismissed from tho Springfield hos
pital tho foro part of tho week.
Saturday Is pay day and don't for
got that WOLK & MILLEIt'S Hlg
llargaln salo Is Just getting started,
and If you owo us -wo need it.
Alice Smith, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. H. J. Smith, who live near Spring
field had nor adenoids and tonsils re
Mrs. A. C. Travis, wife of night
policeman Trnvls, left Tuesday for
Santa. Anna, California, whoro sho
will visit with her daughter, Mrs. W.
J. Morrow, and family. ,
Dody-bullding food. Pure scientifi
cally made candy at Egglmann's.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbort Sneed, of
Walterville, Bpont Saturday ot tho
homo of Mrs. Smcod's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Montgomery, at tho
FEEDERS, ATTENTION! Wo have
mndo a deal with the Sprlngfltun Flour
M'il to handlo tholr output of Hran,
EhortB, Middlings and MillfJil Wo
can soil for lower prli-oa now end will
ol'er you a bottor Quality of food W)t
Mrs. C. M. Hoagland had a tumor uJ f)RUro on ymr ncoU Tho Mln
'romoved from hor eldo at tho Mercy
hospital Monday. t ,
f Squire Inula and wlfo, of Jasp'or,.
wore In Springfield on business Tues
day. First cIuhh repairing at W. A.
HULL'S shoo store .
3lnrH grinding toduy. We havo aUo
made arrangements to vholosal.y and
retail tho Noxalt flour. This nrand
of flour Is woll known thru tills tec
tlon nnd noods no roccomomlMlon tr.'.n
us. Evory sack Js guaranteed. In-
nlBt on gottlng It ot your grocer. It
(Joorgo Bafford Is laid up at his
homo at tho Elite hotel as the result
ot an Injury to his leg received while
at work at tho IJooth-Kolly mill.
Ilort Miller former resldont of this
clly, but for tho past sovon monthH
omployod by tho S. I', nt Dunsmulr,
California, Is visiting with friends for
a tow days.
Announcement This will nnnounco
that 1 havo roturned to my old stand
and havo again established tnytfolf
as blacksmith and wood work shop.
I liavo ulno two mills nnd nrn prepar
ed to grind wliolo wheat flour and
corn meal and chop, jill kinds of feed
rolled oats and barley. HAMPTON &
SON. Second nnd South A streets.
Mrs. Lester Milllcan, who has been
In tho Mercy hospital for tho past
month, following nnx operation for ap
pendicitis, has loft tho hospital and
returned to her homo at Walterville.
Mrs, H. L. Ucnnott and daughter,
Mrs. J. J. O'Neill, who havo been vis
iting at tho homo of Mrs C. W. Hycli
nrd for tho past week, left for their
homo in Seattle, Washington, Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J, Jackson, who
havo been visiting with Mrs. Jackson's
sister, Mrs, E. J Reynolds and family
loft Tuesday night for Fresno, Califor
nia whero Mr Jackson will bo employ
As we aro going to discontinue the
business, wo wish to balance our
books not later than Feb. 15. All
parties having an acount will kindly
call and mnko settlement.
HAYDEN & METCALF
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. It Dawson have
moved their household goods to Eu
geno whero. Mr. Dawson Is employed
In tho Swcot Drain garago. Ho was
employed,, in tho Springfield Garage
until It was sold out a short tlmo ago.
FOUND Tho place whero you can
get good stout shoos for boys at reas
onable prices. W. A: HAIJ8 shoo
C. W. Lyon, of Walton, who former
ly resided in Springfield was In this
city yesterday on business.
Thomas, Easton, ot McKcnzle Bridge
dolivercd a load of hogs to the Swarts
and Washburno Meat Market yester
J. P. Fry has bought tho Oakland
automobile owned by Carl Lohman,
Mrs. Mary E. Blair, of East Main
street was taken' to tho -Springfield
hospital Tuesday for modlcal treat
ment. GARDEN SEEDS havo arrived.
Clean fresh stock both bulk and pack
ago. Seeds will bo scarco this- year
and somo kinds are not obtainable.
Make out yonr list early and let us
fill It. It will cost you less NOW
and you can get .what you want. Wo
have filled several good sized orders
alroady for pooplo that aro L'OOKING
AHEAD. Now is the tlmo to plant
Onion Seed, Cabbage, Lettuce Radish,
otc. Don't forget to include In your
ordor a package or sack- ot "Gito
MORE" Fertilizer. Use' GROMORE"
and you will plant no weed seed and
will got quicker, bottor results. Make
out your list NOW. SPRINGFIELD
Mr. and Mrs. Rlloy Snodgrass and
daughter, Maxino. and Mr. and Mrs.
Donaldson motored to Cottago Grove
Sunday ovenlng, tho former family
visiting at. the homo of Mrs. Snod
grass' parents and the latter at tlio
H. A. Miller homo.
i 'rim iinoRnn nn.i Anno Gorrlo. costs no moro than other valloy bruudd
High school students, spent tho day j " by using II you will bo doing a
yostordny at tho Gorrlo homo In Doug
'las Gnrdons. .,
Mrs. II. II. McDonald, of Marcola,
and Mrs. M. W. McDveltt, of this city,
jwero dismissed from tho Mercy hospi
Particular people prefer purchasing
porfoctly puro potent pills, powders,
potions, plasters, patents, peas, papor,
and pleasing porfumos at Poory's cougar; I. L. Dompler, of Wendllng,
tloublo patriotic duty boosting our
homo town and Baying the vUlroails
tholr cars for other purpoavu If jour
grocer refusos to got Noxall flour
for you you can got It nt ourstoio.
SPRINGFIELD FEED COMPANY
Tho county clerk on TuoBday award
nd bountlos as follows: To Harry G.
Hayes, of McKcnzle Ilrldgo, for a
Mrs. Pearl Ovlctt, who has been
visiting with hor mother, Mrs. Ann.e
Knox, has returned to her home at
Tacoma, Washington. Her Ilttlo son
Ullllo, who has bcon staying with Mir,.
Knox wont with her.
C. E. Society Will Meet
Tho Christian Endeavor society of
tho Christian church will hold their
regular monthly meeting at tho lion c
of Mrs, Hoy Frost Friday" evening a:
which tlmo urgent buslnpss will bo
Solvation Army Worker Goes
Mrs. Adjutant Moyes, of tho Salva
tion Army, roturned yesterday to hor
homo at Spokano after a visit with
hor sister, Mrs. E. M. Duryce, of this
clly, and her brother, J, A. Crabcrcc,
of Camp Creok.
' CLOSING OUT STOCK
We aro closing out tho st6ck of tho
Hoi brook Trading company. This Is
excellont merchandise and we aro of
fering It at exceptionally low'prlces.
Come In within tho next few days an1
got a pick at tbo bargains.
D. L. WEBSTER
tion rooms; Hklllcd special
ists of lone experience:
mddern Instruments intelligently used in all examina
tions; completely equipped factory for grinding lenses;
lenses ground by experts This is Just a suggestion of
our service, all under one roof, where all work Is done
promptly, accurately and at the lowest'manufacturihg
OUR SYSTEM SAVE YOUR EYES
SHERMAN W. MOODY
EYE SIGHT SPECIALIST
881 Willamette Street
for a bob cat and Louis Flock, of
Oakridgo, for a bob cat.
Painstaking Pill Parlor. ,
Mrs. Joo Lemons Is expected to ar
rive somo tlmo today from Mnrsh- The Dunning System of 1m
fleld, whoro alio has bcon with Mr, proved Music Study is taught by
.Lomons, to vlalt with hor pnronts,
IRMA WILSON SHONTZ
Mr. and Mrs. John Wlnzonrlod, boforo Studio, Fourth and D
going on to her Jiomo at Portland, Springfield, Oregon
I am adding a number of
nice, dressy lines of Ladies'
Shoes in black, brown and
gray colors at prices that
i appeal to the pocket book.
The W. A. HALL Shoe Store
Main Fourth nf Fifth
IN THE COUNTY COURT FOR LANE
COUNTY,, STATE OF OREGON.
In tho mattor ot tho ostato
Nancy Bnhr, doceased.
TO MRS. HATTIE E. CHURCHILL
AND ELMER II. BAHR:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
You aro hereby cited and required
to appear In tho County Court of tho.
Stato of Oregon, for tho County ot
Lnno, at tho Court Room thereof at
Eugono, In tho County ot Lano,' on
tho eighteenth day ot March, 1918,
at ten o'clock in tho forenoon ot that
day, thou nnd thoro show cause. If auy
you havo, why an ordor ot salo'should
not bo mudo to soil tho following
described real property belonging to
.ho said ostato:
Lot twonty-six (26) In Block thirty
;hroo (33) in Fairmount, in tho City
)f Eugene, Lano County, Oregon, and
Lot tvonty- sovon (27) in Block thirty
,hroo ((33) in Fairmount In the City
f Eugono, Lano County, Oregon.
WltTNESS. THE Hon. H. L. Down,
Judge of tho County Court of tho Stato
of Oregon, for tho County ot Lane
and tho Soal of sail Court horeto af
fixed this 2Cth day ot January, 1918.
That date of tho 1st publication
horoot is January 31, 1918.
Attest:, S. M. RUSSELL. Clerk
By C. D. Loo, Deputy.
Having sold my business I np anx
ious to got overy thing closod up at
tho earllost dato possible. I will ap
preslato a special ottort upon (ho part
of any one owing mo to mako settle
ment at &tf oarly a dato as possible
J. C. HOLBROOK.
Our Everyday Grocery Prices
Subject to Market Change
Pure white flour, sk. $2.75
Round-up flour, hard
wheat, per sk. 2.50
Willamette Valley Best
flour, per sk. 2.50
9 lbs. sk. corn meal 70c
Buckwheat flour,, East
ern, per sk. 90c
13 lbs. cream rolled oats 1.00
10 lbs. fancy head rice 1.00
10 IBs macaroni 1.00
fcottolene, large size 2.50
Cottolene med. size 1.00
Crisco, large size 1.75
Crisco, med. size 90c
Crisco, small size 45c
5 lbs. dark Karo syrup 50c
5 lbs. light Karo syrup 50c
10 lbs. dark Karo syrup 95c
10 lbs. light Kartfsyrup 1.00
Citrus powder large size 25c
6 bars White Bear soap 25c
5 brs Crystal white soap 25c
2 ens standard tomatoes 25c
2 cans standard corn 25c
3 lbs. peanut butter 50c
Seeded raisins per pkg. 10c
Matches, large size box 5c
Onions, by sack per lb. 2c
Holsum bread, War-corn-bread, Liberty oat meal bread,
fresh eyery day.
Bring us your farm produce. We pay more.
COX & cox
Everything to Eat and Wear
. Phone 66
The Price of Fuel Is Going Up But the
Cost of Gas Never Increases
We have many satisfied
customers who are using
GAS for COOKING, and HEATING WAT
Telephone 58 and we will send
a representative to explain
' Oregon Power Co.
A. L. INGALL8, Manager.
DR. J. E. RICHMOND
PHONES Office, 3; Residence,
Oyer Commercial! Bunk.
We are authorized Under the Federal Reservo
Law to act as an Executor, Administrator, Guardian
or Trustee. tM ,
This Is a new service our officers will be gtyd-ito
.discuss with you. ' ' v ! "
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, EOCENE, ORFGGN