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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1918)
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, 1 For beautifying the akin, buttermilk protmratlonB
Have boon recommended an effective for years, and In
wo offer n cream conHlBtlng of pure buttermilk und ef
fective voRetnblo oIIh that will do much to Improve your
FoiiHtar Uuttormllk Cerate haB proved a Bpcclal
favorite with our cuBtomera and w)o want you to bene
fit from It yourself. Largo generous Jars, are priced at
WILL PUBLISH BUT ONCE EACH
Owing to tho high cost of publish
i tag a paper twlco a week and on ac
.count of general business conditions
'vro havo doeldcd .to discontinue tho
r, Monday edition of tho Nowb until
" rurthar notice, beginning nozt week,
and publish but otio edition each week.
Wo will thcorforo contlnuo our Thura
day'a Issuo only but will enddrgo tho
ahoct adding Boveral attrartlco fea
lures, and try to merit Uio continued
pathonago of tho plbllc
J. 0. DIMM.
Horn -Yesterday to Mr. and Mrs.
A. N Flahor of this city, a girl.
', Hugh Sandgntho of this city wont
to Waltorvlllo Wednesday on business.
SAVE -That's what you do when
you haTo your shoos repaired at tho
W. A. HALL Shoo Store.
A Klntzloy of Fall Creek wna in
town Monday on business..
Dud .Klntzloy of Lowell was a busi
ness risltor In this cltyvMonday.
Gertrude.' Dulllls of Mabol was In
town yesterday. u L n.
Qorodlno Shaw of Kali Crook wan
a business visitor in this city Monday.
Fit your owri'oye with 'pcctacler
at P Cory's.
L. D. To'achout of Tburaton waa In
town yesterday on business.
C K Grant, from abovo Thurston,
was In town yostorday on; business.
C. F; Grant, from above Thurston,
:waH a business visitor bore yesterday.
Body-bulldlng food. Pure scientifi
cally mado candy at Egglraann's.
Dr J. II Hobson of Sclo waB adinnor
guost nt tho homo of Dr. and Mrs. W
C. Robhan Wednesday evening
Tho Sprlngflold Mill and Elovator
compnny londod a car yostorday ,on
Morrison's spur, which was shlpqpd to
Nnshvlllo, TcnnoBBuo ,
i Mrs. C. T Cloverj of Coburg arrived
hero Monday to vltilt her daughter
Mm. II 0 Cox of this city .
Mrs. Lydla Illckey underwc.nl a
major operation at the Mercy hospital
Walter Doescn, who lives west of
Kugone, visited his sisters hero yes
Mr. Hamllln of this city underwent
a major operation at tho Mercy hos
pital Sunday morning.
Tho Dlg.Salo Is still on at WOLF
L. George, was In town Tuesday
with a big load of broccoli which he
ratsod on. his farm near Thurston.
Mr, and Mrs Gcorgo Spores und
family of Yarncll woro in town Tues
day on buMnoKs. r
John Hell of Eugcno spont Sunday
nt .tho homo of Mr and Mrs. John
Chlld'tt bed for nolo. Inquire Mrs.
Ilorrick or phono 138-J.
J Cyr, of Evcrson, Washington ar
rived here Sunday to visit relatives.
Ho will return Saturday.
J C Cyr, associated with the Spring
field Creamery, will make a business
trip to Mnbel tomorrow.
Mrs, J. II Btrahourof. Loaburg sub
mitted to a major 'Operation at the
Mercy hospital Mondays ' tid .
Rellablo remedies right reasonable
HonJ Wednesday morning, to icir
and Mrs. Kd. Flogals of this city, twin
Joe Lemons, whoso home Is in Marsh
Hold, spoht Monday night with Mr.
and Mra. John Wlnzenrlcd of this city.
Mrs Joo Skomlska. and grandmotbi
er Mrs. Ann Huntley of this city, re
turned Tuosday from Portland , whore
they havo been vlsIti; relatives and
frionds for tho past week.
Mrs A N. Halman of Eugcno and
Mra. A; Plcrco of Portland visited at
tho homo of tho former's cousin, Mrs.
E, E. Morrison of thin city Wednosday.
Guostn of tho Elite hotel this week
aro Myron Poory, Sweet Homo; Char
les uorfean Jasper; Oconto Shaub,
Croswoll; and W K. Dillon, Portland.
Tho Springfield Masons aro making
olaborato 1 preparations for their an
nuai banquot which will bo given to
Ooo the auto oyo teeter at Pocry's.
V A. Myors of Waltorvlllo sold his
farm implements nt an auction aalo
today. Ho has already disposed of Ills
E. E. Morrison leaves tomorrow for
Drooks, Oregon, whero ho will see
about tho growing of the WJilto Roso
potato In that district
A Washington program will bo given
at tho Olenwood school Friday oven
lng, Fob. 22 at 8 o'clock. An admis
sion of flvo cents will bo charged.
Tho eight, year old aon, of Mr and
Mra. J.-T Aubrey, had hla tonsils and"
ndenlods removed ai tho office of a
local physician Monday.
Mr and Mra. Al Stlffler left yester
day for -Portland, whore they will re
side Mrs. Stlffler waa formerly Miss
Doris Lybargcr of this city.
A word to dyspeptics. Eat Eggl
mann's war bread. - tn.
Miss Derttio Bruce, who Is teach
ing at Goldson canWhomo last Friday
The school thcro Was closed for a (week
due to snow bo Miss Bruce Is enjoy
ing a brief vacation.
Dr. and Mrs. W H Pollard and two
small doughters Ruth Harriet . and
Julo, returned from Portland and Ore
gon City last night where they .havo,
been visiting with relatives
Particular people prefer purchasing
perfectly pure potent pills, ! powders,
potions, plasters, patents, peril, paper,
and - pleasing perfumes at Peery's
Painstaking Pill) Parlor.
Word has' been received from Harry
Wallace, who recently enlisted from
this place in tho aviation section of
Uie Marino corps, that, ho is' stationed
In the marine bnrracks at Maro Island.
i Miss, Bertie. Bruqe was a guest of
Miss Laurel Canning, Tuesday-'at Kert
drlcks Hall tho new University dorm
a tor-. Miss Canning whose homo is
In Monmouth, Is attending, the Univer
sity of Oregon.
Save money at the Big Salo at
WOLF & MILLER'S. i
Thoso registered at tho American !
hotel tho last few days are R. Sanders
Albany; Vorn .Alexander, Brownsville;
Mr. and Mrs. . Morris Hills, Jasper;
"Mrai'IVS.' Hills, Jasper; Mrs,'W.R.
Jep"hdqtti;FalI Creek; J G. Rowermah,
AVcndllng; S. Pratt; F P. Thurman,
"Egglmann'a" Ice .cream will tako
M mranAVXt-V pluotmacco. A9SwS ti2
.vjl A Uw' Chrrt IGmttt U Zniuth ftttmMKK ft UHbIbbBC
CtT Hi HELEAfl HCDALLAOUT REAL J U wST
V"7S GRAVELY BACK THERE IN OLD f -M 19
ft A VWOINIA.THE MINUTE HE I iW
SUSL READ MY BCLBOARO HE WENT VV W20?9W , '
f X-OOK.FOR.THE PnOTBCTKW SEAL " "
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WOLF & MILIER!
THE'CIRCUmCOURT OP THE
8TATE-PF OREGON FOR THE
'COUNTY' OF LANE
ThVcVeswell Orchard' Comoanr a'
corporation, . '
J: a.' DoWncyrfifiy rail '6lher persons
or parues unknown claiming anv
right, title, estate. Hen or interest Inr
tho Teal esUjo described Jn" the coml
To J. B. Downey and all other oar-
aona dr partieq.Hnknown ag snecifled
aforesaid, defendants. v ''
. IN THE NAME'OfTHE"STATJS OF
uuuu; jiu arnorijoy -fequirea
to appear and answer the comnlalnt
filed against you in the abovo entitled
suit within six weeks'from tho day of
(ho first publication l)crcof -ort)f tw
sonal, service if sohrod wflSolit; the
atate. and if yoirtatt to anotiar or" "art-
awer for want thereof tho plaintiff will
iaKo a ciecroe against you decreeing
the plaintiff to bo the absolute 6wner
In fee simple of LotThroe and tho
west Half of Lot Twenty in -Harmon
Farm as platted .and recorded beinc
page 89 of Book 4 of Record' of Town'
Plats or Lano County. Oregon, and.
that you and each of you be forever
barred and foreclosed of all right title
estate lien and interest in or to said
premises and that certain land sale i
contract executed between the1 plain- j
tiff and said J. B. Downey for Bale of
said premises. (
This summons Is published once
each week for six sudcesslve weeks
by oWer of Hon G: F.'Skipw'prth" JU'dge
Of said cdiirt 'dated 'Feb. ISthVlDiS and,
date of first publication hereof is Feb.
C. A. WINTERMEIER.
Attorney vfor. Plaintiff, Residing at
Our Big Sale is still on and don't I
. forget it? Iyou arej, in need ef,
or will'ibe in the pear uuVe, i
Men', Wonien,8, Boys', "Girisor
Children's Shoes, Hats, Caps,, Sox
Underwear, Overalls a;id' lots of
- other things. Gali' and perhaps
we. can fit you out Phope 37
;Rfei's ClptKng , A
ys7 Wohveii's arid CJhildren'ils
We are authorized under the Federal Reserve'
Lawto aet as an libcecutor, Administrator, Guardian
or Trustee; -
This is a new service our. ofllcers win be glad to '
discuss with you. 1
FIRST HATiONAL" BANK, ' EOCENE; ' ORFGON.
Tho Dunning System of Im
proved Music Study is taught by
IRMA WILSON SHONTZ
Studio, Fourth and D
Saturday and Monday
W. A. HALL Shoe Store
I have several broken lines of
Ladies' Dress Shoes that I am sel
ling below the present wholesale
price because the season is about
over and We do not want to carry
them over til next fall.
These prices will astonish you.
Also Men's Work and Dress
Slioes at rediculously low prices.
You know by my QUICK CT10;,AL
that you received real value for younony and
you will dojuit as well now, if "6$ 'l'fyf
Some of my Spring Styles in 'Black, brown and
Gray are here for.your inspection.
The W. A.1 HALL Shote Store
. 4 v.rsttmt
.the place of meat. With great foddt'
Those registered at the SDrlnirf leld
hole! this weok are Chris Boesen', Eur
Bene; J p. Fischer; O. I,. Parsons:
Thurston; C. W McGee and wife. Ma
bel; Elmer .Comstrick1, . W C Mlllar
Woodburn; Dale Owens, Wendtlng;
Q B. Wlllford. Fall Creek; c. H. IJas
ness; C. E Mcllonry, Thurston; Leo
Degree Team Visits Eugene
Thp degrco team of Springfield lodge
I. O. O. F. went to Eugene Tuesday,
ovenlng and conferred tho second (lo
greo on six candidates nt tho White
Teniplo, Spencer- Bute -lodge . Tho
Springfield team recclvei many com
pllments on tho efficient manner in
which It preformed tho work.
Fischer-Boutin Moves Machinery
M. J. Drury, of this city mado a trip
to' tho Klrbro8 camp Monday in the
interest of tho Fischer-Boutin Lumber
company. Tho company Is moving tho
machinery from some leased stump-
ago about n mllo from tho camp,, on
to tho company's timber. Mr. Drury
will ovorseo tho oporatlon.
Red Cro6s to Have Meeting
The regular business meeting of the
Springfield auxiliary of tho lied Cross
will moet noxt Tuosday, February 26,r
at 7:30 The mooting will bo hold In
Mio city hall. From now on tho Red
CrosB will moot onjy on Tuesdays to.
row and not on Tuesdays and Thurs
days as heretofdre.
Liberty Loan Committee Named
E. E. Morrison M. C Brassier, O. B.
Kossoy, and C L Scott under the chair
manship of R L. Kirk havo received
notices of their appointment ns mom-
uors or uto qxqcuuvo board of the
Thlrdi Liberty . loan
drive for tho
. iThurstoni'Man Falls From. Loads.
Charles Denton, who works on the
Chnrllo Gilo farm at Thurston, fell'
off a load of hay yesterday ovenlpg'
and was injured, A local physician
was called and It was found that no
bones were broken, lie waa badly
The QMrtf Sl
.CAREFU SERVICE v
Price of Fuel Is Going Up But the
Cost of Gas Never Increases
We have many satisfied
customers who are using
GAS for COOKING, d HEATING WATER
Te)erjnone,SjSiand we will send
a representative to explain
A. L. IfWALLS, Manatsr.
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