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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1918)
-Eat Fruit and
moat mat wq are I
T ' . S
- , FIIUIT ANDNUT$UtfbAi3S
nerved at our fountain. are ricllclmitf and Wlbole
Wo Abo oily' tho jJioIccBt bjFVfpb.frdlts and iJrrle arid
iiuuu nuiuvivu num. ( -f t
Try a'Bllly Sundae"
5 Town and Vicinity,
Fred Crabtree of .Caw P. Creek was
In this olty Moaday.
Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Hager of Cres-
well motored to Springfield Monday.
Frank 8pores of Donna was In town
for medical treatment Saturday.
Kfffflmann'a whnrn nu&Iltv la Count-
Morlo McMillan of Camp Crook so
cured a bounty on nlno dlggorn, Sat
Tho car supply here. U at presont
great wiouph for tho local needs.
8am Richmond Is building an addi
tion to his houso upon Willamotto
Ida Larison, 8plrella Corso
Phone 116W, 8prlngflld. adv.
t m nrt infant
. ' , il .
daughter wore dismissed from the
Mercy hosplUl Tuesday.
James Hastings 'of Thurston Is re-
ftilitl. and U grippe, . .
gee the aate eve teeter at Feery'tv
, , ... . , .
Mrs. Bush toMjJth JWJ-
ter, Mrs. Holmee1 ef this city, during
tbc'sorlous lllaef(of frs. Holmes. J
Arcnio raagijcai j rpj.iuuy .npwiw
from Boise, Idahot where- he has been
TUIUng wlU' re4ts(
George Prtt'y uildlng an
bla-,. bqusef vbaok of the
Dooth.Kelly mill. '
Best Shoe Repairing at .
WOLF'A MTLLER '
Roy Harvey arid Miss Etliel Brls
tow were Springfield visitors from
Camp Crook Saturday.
O. H. Carapboll, auditor for tho
Wells-Forgo Express, was In town
Monday chocking up the accounts for
J. L. Clark roturnod to his home In
Indopondonco Sunday after visiting
his relatives in tba city for sovoral
The Bread which never falls. Eggi
mann's Candy Kitchen and Bakory adv
J, T, Ritchie, tooling auditor for
tho's. P. Company.V'waa in Sprlngflold
Monday chocking up accounts for tho
company. ' ' . o
v Fred Posey1 and fartlly ahd ,MIbb
Bnnday at tho home lot Dryco Pdifoy
and family In tbltV tttjr: , '
' 'i-1-' '-, y . ' ' --33T3S
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i. a BUb-
Mrs. C. E. "Lyori" has nearly re
covered from her recent Illness. Sho
Is able to be
up around the house
Kit yenr own eyes wltk tsectaclM
... . ,, ,
J The young son of Mr. nd Mrs. W.
Orin o tCampi Creek is very 111
'with whooping cough, complicated
. with pnoumonla.
I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cox of this
city have moved Into the house on
Rlvth nml f. ilrmli rnrnntlv vnratarl 1
. a m . ii l
Mrs. Roy Lorenzten of Donna un
derwent a major operation at tho
Morcy hospital In Eugcno Saturday.
A local physician porformod tho opera-
For sale cheap or trade. Good
Sprlngflold houso and lot closo In. Pay
down what you can, balance on timo
or will tako Ford car. .This Is a bar
gain. Address, 45, East 13 arc., Eu
gene. Oro. . adv,
Mr- nntl Mre- A- D- Ho,land th'B
city left Saturday for Portland, where
' ' .
Ihitv will mnVn lhAlt hnmn wllti n ,nn
q emp,oyod. Jn ,tho
tester Mulligan, of Waltorvllle
t0 a ,oca,
physician for medical treatment Sat-
urday. The little fellow Is suffering
.a .infection cm Ms Uck.
fi,'L. Ingails, auditor for the Oregon
Power Company,-"made a business
trip to Albany, Dallas and Corvallls,
leaving Thursday, and returning Sat
Sellable remedies right reashaatile
Mrs. Frank Hoaly of Spokane,
Wash,, was called to the bodsldo of
hor brothor, Austin Sidwollwho was
dangerously ill, Monday' morning.
Ho passed away Wednesday morning.
F. P. Louk of Nowburg moved his
household goods to this city Saturday,
whoro ho and his family will reside
Thoy have rontod a houso at Eighth
and D. Mr. Louk has work In tho
Booth-Kolly mill hero.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kotels of Port
land spent sevoral days with, tholr
son, John Hotels, who owns a drug
storo In this city, Thoy camo Fri
day and returned to their homo In
C, A. Brady; roturnod Sunday morn
ing from Orchard, Nebraska, whoro ho
has spont tho last month looking after
business connoctod with his farm near
thoro. Mr, Brady stoppod off In Mon-
tana, for coUplC' of weeks' visit with
his daughter, Mrs. W. pi. Huntor, on
hj yoturn" trip. . 'r . .
vi . .1
j'ift rr'v ruw
AH M 5a neat ;
Ma hxft Oil lewi
fimrnk vnJrffih f , .
1 'flH RM- f IW
I pltaMd Is Uarn that there ljfc K
dreaded MHM. that Rolenee h . bn
bla to euro In
urn in an.u
We eera no
UloWntO trie Mtffcnl
fraternity calami btln commit
diaeaae, renulrr & vQwmtuHonfA
itnnt llalf-a Catarrh CUrtr-la' fak
crMrtltutl(miil8u en crops.
trnwy, fcctinjr directly upon in .piooa
no mucotM aurfacca of the eyatam, were
by uJwtroeln tha foundation of the. die
(In tha fqundatlon of the die- ' V it.,..
Kiinir ttia paiUflr atrenRtb tun r. Langry if employed In the Booth
p the donatluitlon and aaeetln ,. . ,:;.t
in 9 i
am the cof
if otn; Its work
mactx faith In lla curative, ppw,
ra that nay offer Ono Hundred Dollars
tor any amae ttdtt It fatla to cure. ' fan A
tor Hit of tMllmonlala.
A4drrr. J, CIIKNKT A CO Tel4o, a
Mid br Kll Dniirll, He. , .
Tk KMI'a iimlly ila for eoMtlpatiea.
Mrs. ifoberi'Koot of -WmiUuK
dorwcnl an opcxaUon for appendrelU
Friday at tlio ilerpy ho'ipltal. Ife'r.Jtnothbh 4lr. Johnson left Saturday
4-yoar-old son la staying with Mr, "and
lira, Rodonburger of Eugene during
his mother's illness. -
Demand Victory Dread from your
They'll get It from Egg!-1
M. M. Pocry of this city left Mon-
day for Portland, where ho spent
sovoral days on business for the
I'eery drug store. Grant Roberts of
this city Is In charge of the store dur
ing Mr. Pcery's absence.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. F, Ritchcy and
small daughter left Saturday for their
home in Filer, Idaho. They have been
spending sevoral weeks In this vicini
ty. Mrs. Rltchey cared for her moth
er, Mrs. E. M. Johnson of this city
during her last Illness.
Uso Growmore in your garden, and
you will raise enough' more stuff '.to
buy a Liberty Bond. 21b. cans only
3Cc. 251b. sacks $2.35. Remember,
Groraoro Is 4 times as strong as other
fertilizers and goes 4 Umcs as far and
. . ' . .
I costs toss money, see us tor uariy
8cod 0nlon Sets, .6Vden
fliflR. Ate Rnrlntrflnld Ford rnmn
" ' "
W. A. Jack and wlfo pf Camp Creek
were In town Saturday,
The Knights and Ladles of Security
bought a Liberty bond ono day this
For salo or trado, G4 acres,- fine
land, 4 acres prunes bearing, 4 room
Bungalow, near Santa Clara. WI1J.
trado for Springfield property.
SCO ORE & ROWE. adv.
Mrs. . Charlos Jack , and daughter
A!ma wore In town from Camp Creek .
Harvey, and Miss Ethel Brlstow, a,
teachqnln tho school at Camp Creek
were In 'town Saturday. ' I
Mrs. R. P. Mortcnsen of this city
spent last week-end In Salem at 'lie
home of her parents there.
Ralph Coffin from .Carrip Lewis' spent
Busd'ay' at the home of. his parents, j
Mr. and.Mrs. J. W'Coffln of this city.
and a few Mexican wonder-.-beans. -
Sprlngflold Feed Company." - adv,
Mr. and Mrsr'Lambort and family
havn moved into the Jnmnn Laxton I
houso on Fourth and B streets.
Miss Dclphlne Meek of Coburg'was
taken to a hospital In Eugene Monday,
where sho submitted to a major oper-,
1 a' Ion.
C. H. Andorson returned Monday to
Mill Cly after visiting Sunday even
ing with his daughter, Mrs. V. C
Proudfit of this city.
Particular people prefer purchasing
perfectly puro potent pills, powaers,
potions, plasters, patents, pens, paper,
and pleasing perfumes at Pcery's
Painstaking Pill Parlor.
D. S. Seals, cashier at tho First Na
tional Bank, left Wednesday morning
for Portland on a business trip of two
Will Rcklo aud family, who camo.
her,o fe.contiy'ffoKiPortsmouth. Ohio,'
navo renieauiq,,. j. ujunuunijint;
..1 .. I KlllJ I. . f,l
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Mrs, -Cjora Smith; rao'hor of Wrs. .
rice Stveha of thlcity, left Sat
,l feVwasfilngWD. (L 'wherd'
. ."i fri 'tv.'Nl. o, 1:
i l ( . ilr,tt rv., i
ahtvLwIII .rniilrA hnr nnmn wiifi a rlotitrVt.
ATMk.l .1 Ti ... 1 1 ...
lWi yeatertfay for PorUU vftff
"titStCM MnL C Wi Martla,
. . , 1., 4nultl.UlilVUiLJr UUIIUI1UU, Will KU 11U1U
hor. homo in; Sm, l5y. Saskao? Q
,Can?da,,afto1a.,vl.li;jwlth frlends, AU&'l' if he can
" ' v . 1. .. t t 1 . . 1. v.44.1 .H ...111 t
iviwft' ai 1 . . .. ,.,.80m amouwiiea eorps taare. ir, i-o
hhtlberts, so:tif MVa.Gr 'isUs heeb rHftHritlsK f rem a re
ReWta, JtXk, city, "taticositag tiie..pf oferatioh aVi&'l'eme e bte par-
the firet' M May t,o visit. with his
wc-yRvr.Jle hi In Grand (Jaaetloa,
iiWiriijtl i' i ln i I, ( I 1 1 tMtt
B. E. MdrHketf 3Mkl cJeyl fVexpecta
i ti vim uio uuiuu jncni srii i un n j in :
Portland today. m?c'rtll1 'i9t
I 1 M ,
J, A. LangtrV 'and family'-'of this
city will inovo Saturday to Wehdl n"r.
'llytnin hero and the comDanr
trnnhfer him to thdlr mill 'there.
Mr.iind Mre. 0. P nitchey and little
daughter, who has been hero at the
,nmIf .ltn, tnr V.
'liiuD.b Jol.n.on, having been
t w v - ve w nivbvt ivi hvivibi irvvnnt
af!edYhere by the. .'death of their)
for thMr homo at Filer, Idaho. .
Springfield Feed Company is, head
quarters for all kinds of garden seeds
in bulkand packago. Cabbage and
tomato plants, gromore fertilizer, land
plaster, Carco vegetable spray for gar
den worms that bother radishes, straw
berry "crowns, etc., garden seeds and
plows. o adv.
Mlv and Mrs. L. G. Walker, of Vida
were in Eugene Monday to take a
train for Portland, where they will
make their home, as Mr. Walker has a
position In that city. Mr. and Mrs.
Walker's home at Vida burned four
weeks ago, and they lost practically
Parties owing us can .make their
payments at First National or Commer
claj 8tte Bank. "
HAYDEN & METCAT.F.
The lHW. A meet the third Thurs
day of e"ach saonttf In W. O. W. Hall
Visiting '.members welcome.-'-'
N. 0 jfETTLETON, Acting Clerk.
Springfield Auxiliary Will Hold Annual
The Springfield auxiliary of the Red
Cross has arranged with Alfred
Powers of the Red Cross extension de
partment' to give a stereoptlcon lec
ture at the Methodist church at 7:45
o'clock ngxt Tuesday.
Tho pictures will consist of colored
views of the .Red Cross work in hospl-
taj'8 Prance and In the work rooms
, h ijnAd sutna. . views of the
war will" also be shown.
' This lecture will be free and all clti-
zens are urged to be present
' Tho- lecture will be preceded by the
annual report of the Springfield auxlll-
ary and the election of officers for the
ensuing year. AH members of the aux-
I lllary.arerequestcd to wear their Red
Cross buttoa.to makc.fhep .eligible for
partJcJpaliligjH .the elecUon of officers.
MX- inember notuhaving already re-
cMTeu.a-ouiipn( can do suppjiea at. mis
meeting hy. shewing their, certificate
u.. . Wa-i.L 'j -oVh i" .v-
of" membership or by calling at the
lU W T
Hayden Bridge tad pies
William- Lawrence Griffin, eleven
year old son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Griffin who live about two miles above;
Hayden Bridge, died In Eugene yester-
day aftera week's Illness with periton
itis. Besides bis parents, he is sur-.
vlved by four brothers, Guy, Cecil, Asa
and Dewey, and a sister Clara, a half
brother, William McBee, and a half
sister, Mrs. William- Elliot, both of
Fall Creek. The funeral will be held,nayrack wh(Ie haullng p'otafoes and
thla afternoon at the Mt. Vernon ceme- the of a d0orwar, as "he was at-
tory where Interment will be made.
To Organize Home Guard
The men of Thurston and vicinity
Will meet at the Thurston hall tonight
.to organize a home guard battalion.
Ross Matthews Is In charge of arrange
ments there, andj.Captaln Roberl Co?
-fa k 1 t Jil'.J m liJ "
gjjff and Several oth'er officers' from
Tochers MOst Pledge.
. Upon tho recommendation of County
Superintendent' EV J. Moore, the state
superintendent of publlcr Instruction,
has ordered a jieV form of teachers'
5Pntra' Jn Tf
hUnior Ukfr fe<y to tho' state J
rnxHuMatldnW Several school boards are .
BMtf at(6nw Several school boards are ,
va.1 of th6 new blanks.
t-no Msl. "eturniM w cm
E,mer Wrf WtWi
prfs,,Mr. .vajid Mrs. It, Funteet of
SpringfltW Juctleo, for tke jit tfere (
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possiDiy UO BO, , , ,
l"'..' 1 rr .
in if mi if urn
V . ' ? I ; t " w tiUtol 1-
Coming to Armory
Ernfrst Gamble and Party Will
Appear In Patrlotld Recital '"
There Is lltUVoiibi bffi'-'liiat' ihe
VJ"lo l uuo Ul luo lineal 8B
i ,i ,
" n f the 09t c'ogantmusi -
"H orgamzauona-inat gepo nas
over had. High class In every sense.
but so grandly selected as to delight,
the average audience The prices are
within the reach of all, and those who
have heard tho gifted baritone nro aa -
tonUbed and pleased that the charge
Is so low. Mr. Gamblo ban been
studying the times and the appro-
priate music in fact gives what he !
terms a "Patriotic Reclal."
Sullivan of the Eugene schools will
direct the children at the afternoon
performance in the English, ' the
French and American national hymns
as a prelude:
Reserved seats can be secured at
the Y. M. C. A,, beginning at 8 p. xa.
Thursday, April 18. Concerts at 2:30,
and 8:30 p. jn. . .
Following Is the eyenfng program:
Concert Presented by
The Ernest Gamble Concert Party at
the Armory '
Eugene, Or, Saturday, Apr. 20, 1918
8:30 In the Evening.
Miss Olive Wambaugh .Violinist
Miss Aline Kuhn Concert Pianist
Ernest Gamble Bflfivrantflnt
1. Julia Ward Howe Battle Hymn of
the Republic (air "John Brown's
Body"), by the audience stand
ing. 2. Georgez-Blzet (1838-1875) -r- Torea
dors song from "Carmen," Mr.
3. Morltz Moskowski (1854) Caprice
Espagnole, Miss Kuhn.
4. Pugnanl Prelude and
Mies WambauKh ' i
5. (a) Damrosch, Danny Deever; (b)
Salvator Rosa, Star Vaclno; (c)
Old Cornish Dance, The Floral
. Dance Mr. Gamblo. v
6. (a) Liszt Llebstraum (Love's
Dream; (b) Cyril Scott Dance
Negre Miss Kuhn.
7. (a) Beethoven, Rondino; (b') Gaert-
ner-Krlsler, Vlenese Melody; (c)
8. Mrs. Arthur Goodeve Trio Fiddle
and I Miss Wambaugh, Miss
Kuhn and Mr. Gamble. - .
9. Edward MacDowell ' (18614808)
(a)- WlniajWskl, Romance; , tb)
Rles,i, Mqto' Perpetno Miss
(a) Jrish Ballad, The Ould Plaid
Shawl ; :" (b)r' Franfc. . 'Sheridan,1;
God's Country Mr. Gamble.
Old Injury Proves Fatal..'
C. W-''Hodge8 of Coburg, who had
his back broken-two years ago last
January, tiled at the Mercy hospital
in Eugene Friday night " Mr. Hodges
was a patient In the HarrJa'burg Kost
pltal for nine months, after ,whlch he
was taken tp his home. Last week be
became worse and was taken to Eu
gene. Mr. Hodges was caught be
tween a high seat he had placed on a
tomnUne to drive the waeon Into a
barn. H was. 44 years of ago and Is
survived by his wife and throe chil
Local Girl to Debate.
Miss Amy Carson of this city and
Miss Eileen Tompkins, students in the
j'Unlverelty of Oregon, will meet a de
bating team from the University of
Washington Friday evening at 7:30.
LMJbs, Carson and M(ss Tompkins will
Uphold tho negative side of the ques
tion! '.'Resolved, That the consolidation
of nowspapers In thfl'lcttiW'lji aI
salutary movement tnjnayani jKe- '
1 , r T'i n.
Cruihea Arm and Hand
"Crles Mt Nect, who Is enijiloxjdj
fte 5i?neir ot 9,6 Dooth-KeMy(milU'
rocolvedV.a vcrv, painful injury last
Saturdav "when hl'a rltrht hand and
Saturday whon hi? right hand and
arm got caught In the rollers of the
pjaner and were crushed, quite, badly,
:a ne armwaa ui, jvo' piacee.
foljowliwr., letter t j.TeB?(sio.
calad foat the , fee) etollke : lMx:
W; F. Merei. M p7t rmj
C, Vfaf, jq.h "gcott Mr. Ckas. Star,
Mrs, cStrrin C6Iy. A charge of ea
cent will be made en all advertised
HARRY K, STSTWARf , P. M.
Chriitlan KiWvrr -Met--lfl B4
' aMy atvC$Kff reV, '
The Lhm CouHty Christian Endea
vor' Convention, hold in Cottage Or'ore
'ArlI12-l4, was'a 'd'eideli succcm i6!
wafl' well r6pfeFenttr;br.Jill, tiartii pt.
the-countyj bpre were t09 reslfttered
delegates, jaad thoy were all enthu',.
astic'lri their; pralso of the good people) .
of 'Cottlee' drove. ' -iif-
uV5"u nan coui.iua Wlia 1
J legates . fbHowsr " puby Senseney,
u.uyB ipy, r. Du
Bucknum, Earl Lepley ' Tom Nbco'n
vera Scnseney, and Elste weadle from
the senior; Dorothy Holbroplc,. Carrlo
DIUo, Evelyn .Mlllery Sylvia gtreubea,
LaareI Qrlfflth Harry; Fandrem, Bert
Ifi and Frank Schonlz from the later
mediate, and- Vivian Senseney froia
,MlsNellGRANGERS H0LD SESSION ftV
All Day Meeting Saturday; Lectures'. ,
on Conservation and Agriculture
The Springfield graage held an all
day meeting last Saturday la the
Woodman hall In this city. The regu
lar baslness was taken up In the fore- J
noon .and at 12 o'clock lunch was,
In the afternoon Miss Ruth Corbett.
home food demonstration agent, talked '
on .food conservation. N.' S.-'Robb -:
county agriculturist, discussed tha """"
need for better farm practices. Both
j.lectHres were very interestlag and .'fa- .
Mlsa A1,ce McBee KaT0 a reading;
' entlUed. "The Boarding SchoorGtrL."
which was well received.
On General Pershing's Staff.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dimm of this city
received word yesterday that- their
nephew, Walter Ulsh of New - York
City, who has been made a second
lieutenant has been selected to joint
a squad of seven men who are going:
1 to France In the Q. M. C. department
Allegro, ' of General Pershing's staff to do spe
J clal work in connection with ships and
shipping. Their son. Walter Dimm.
had been named as first alternate, and
if another similar party Is called by
General Pershing he will receive his
.commission at that time. ",
Install New Air Tank.
The Springfield garage has installed
a new air tank and they are now
equipped with extra air service. Aa
air hose has been Installed out on .'the'
1 street so that cars may take air there
without having to drive over the croes-t
lag and into the garage. This Is; a
great improvement over the. ,f ormC
. ; Hgmgco '- '
1 Magnea " " Pxluastei of : thls .clty
worked, la-the-, Coip &- Cor deiJartm wit '
Bto.re four days of last week. belplBBV
out during a rush. Mr. rMemlef.-who. ,
has been employed in the- Larimer
grocery store for the past -year Jand
half, resigned bis position there, thai,
first of this month.
Enjoy Life In France.
Word ha8 been received In tb.ls city
from the Ashworth 'boys, Sergeant .3,
L. AshworUi, Seventh battalion, 20th
engineers, and John D. Ashwor&h, 119
company S. marines, who are ia
France, that they aro quite welaaa
are having a good time.
Dr. S. A.
Danford, the pastor, will
preach both morning and evenlnc
The Sunday school begins at 9:50. a.
m. promptly. The morning service, at ..
11 o'clock, and evening service at S
o'clock. League bogtns at 7 o'clockl
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
vNtlco' is hereby gtvea that -bylaa
order of the County Court of Lane
county,Oregon, duly- made and oh
tered ofvrecord on tho, ,16th day ot
April, 1918; the undersigned was duly
ntopolnted' administrator- .of. the. estata
of Richard W. Maklnson.
Al' perosons KavIngr-'clalmB against
said estate are .b,e-eby noUfled to nra-1
sent the same to the Undersigned.
duly1 Verified, at the Coramerolnl Sltrte
SankJ6f SnrlnKfleld in SnrlnefleM.
Orekon. within slx'months' frOrti data
WthlS Notice. .,
jj jppnnsnetu, uro., ATT" io
Adralnliitratp'r- of th, estate or RJchf '
, arfl W Ariklnson, deceased.
niiriiiirrtMlnM No advance
Itt prio.u Jfestaaa' ia1tl 011'i I