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THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 191b.
CAN HELP NEXT
Woman's Committee for
ihstnct.to rorm aa
C. W. B. M. Ladies
Have Big Ralley
By'tttK JlIIS. BALDWIN
KChalrma Imh'i Liberty Lmh
Now that we ani lacttvely la the war
had our mea Are in the front line
breaches; r -being killed; are being
assed;' are beteg maimed fer lite, It
(weald, seem, few every womb in the
Isad" should .b.,lp. rthe treat, ranks of
Jthe! civilian workers,, to. help the
the war. ,....
&cn or as nas tier part to . piay,
iwever small It may be, and whether
t be great or sriiairit Is of imporUnce
at each shall perform her part to
e utmost of her ability.
Mrs. J. A. Bennet, State Presi
dent and .Mrs. C. O. Kurtz,
State Secretary give Talk
The local chapter of the Christian
Women's Board of Mislsoas held a
rally yesterady at the Christian' church'
fin this city. Mrs. J, A. Bennett of Sll-
verton. state president of the C. W.
B. M.. and Mrs C O. Kiirta of Port.
land, state secreWry. were special'0 flr,t Wlta' ln tha month' wh,ch
' - .. .. ' ' t. t V k 1-Alltat WAAllnl ttmn flAtl.
guests of. the, local ladles. They were
Mrs, Taut Brattaln delightfully en
tortatnod the mcmbors of the Priicllla
Club Friday afternoon. The ladles
woro favored with vocal and Instru
mental, mvtek by Mrs. Qraltaln. . At
j1 0?!.u,ul , v,. 'thcloseCUie .enjoy.ab.lo afternoon
R. mot last Friday afternoon at the.'...... .f,w..... ...
the hostess. Club members present
were: Mrs. Anna Knox, Mrs. N, L,
Howard, Mrs. W. M. Donaldson, Mrs.
Riley Saodgrawi;, ad Mrs. John Sea"
ejjr. tftse Miry Watters. WM.'auest
of the club.
home of Mrs. C. F. Eggtmann of this
cKy .jKnd organised a club called the
"War Relic Club." They plan te de
work tor war relief, and will begin
b'y leaking a quilt which will bo sold
ami 'the proceeds given to help soke'
patriotic cause. The ladles plan to
meet ovory Friday afternoon, except
served with a 42-o'clock dinner, by the
ladles of,, the .church. ... ,
Mrs. Bennett spoke on "Needs of tho
Field." She said that this is a season 1
Is the regular mooting time. Dell
cl6ufl refreshments wore served by
the hostess Friday afternoon. Quests
of Mrs. Egglmann wore:, Mrs. Al
Montgomery, Mrs. Martha J Litngdon',
for volunteer service and that wo must M Alva Signer. Mrs. Sam Richmond
and that wo must - aau re?u,unu:,Lwi realised. andVthls
. and ourselves It Proaton Qron' Un' W-RaW Junior RcVc
volunteer, our mnnnv.
possible, to the Sause ot homo and ' ri Horton-atld Mrs.
foreign missions. In China alone there T Mc0m- Tho noxt moot,nR W,U
arc 500.000 Chinese ln tho section ln b ho,d at tho homo ot Mr8' rrOBton
which our missionaries aro working,
whom it is our task to educate and
! Mrs. C. O. Kurtz gave an address on
"Tho Five-Year Campaign." Wo must
Some can buy Liberty Bonds, some ,mVft cM)nrattnn , ,hfl ,v(rk. hn
me can onlv heln by conserving the ! sa,u a"u w musl no1 rcm our c"8
so of food and clothing and by econ-1 tor oven a short time. Instead, each
ting in household expenditures, of us should strivo to do oven more
us liberating and augmenting tne ; hnn wo lmvo impn nhi iniin tn fhn
ntlals whlcji must be sept "over pagt
Mrs. Wilson gave a beautiful reading
and Mrs. Delbert Bucknum and Miss
Mary Harding sang a duet. They were
accompanied on the piano by Miss
Mrs. Bennett then conducted a
round-table talk before the meeting
was dismissed. There was a good
crowd out to the meeting, which was
greatly enjoyed by all present.
SOCIAL IS SUCCESS j, .
Tho basket social held 'last Friday
night In the Qlenwood school tn Wost
Sprlngflold was a success both socially
and financially. An exceltont program
wasroidoced and thebaakotn wore
auctioneered off. The sum ot f SO
realized. anT this will go to help
Jross work thcro.
A good tlmo was enjoyed by all.
Leaves for Oregon City
J. N. Palmor loft Tuesday morning
for Oregon CKy whero ho hns sacurcd
employment In tho pnpor mills.
Stophen Haley was a Sprlngflold
visitor from Camp Crook Snturday,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON) FOR THE
COUNTY OF LANK
DHLPHA FAY- HK8
- vs. UllMMONI
LOWELL N0H, f
TO LOWKLL KNOS, DEFENDANT.
IN THE NAME OF THEjlBTATB
OF O it BO ON: You are jlfHeMr' re
quired to apear and aBuwer Uti'oia
plaint tiled agatnst you In the above
entitled court and cause within six
week from the fttt dat,e ot publics
Use ot thl: MftHSOHs, a4if, yeo, so.
fall to answer, for want't thereof the
plaintiff will apply to the Court for
tho relief prayed for In the complaint;
vlx-sihnt tm tiavn itivtrnn nt ill.
vorce and that sho have her maldon i three (33) in Falrmount, In tho City
name rostored to her. of Eugeno, Lane County. Oregon.
This summons Is aehred by nubll- Lot twonty-seyon (27) In Block.
cation onco each wook for slxwooks thirty-three -(S3) n Falrmount, In tho
Attorney for plaintiff.
Address Is: ICugono, Oregon. .
Notice Is hereby given Hint by vir
tue ot an ordor of tho County Court
of Lane County, Orogon, duly mndo
and entered tho 19th day or March,
1918, BUthnfijitMC the undersigned, as
executor of (n? Mtato of Naney Unhr,
deceased, te seMthe real estato be
longlag to mM estate, at private sale,
for e!h. w1( possible, and for credit
upon proper security If It appears
that sld sale oaaaot be wade far
Now, therefore, J will oa and after
tfe 27th day of April, 1918, at the of
fbteef Veueg A Ray, attorneys for
IT estate, tn tho Conrt House, K
geae, Oregon, offer for sale and sell
to the highest bidder fer cash, or for
credit with proper security, It It ap
pears that Mid sale cannot bo made
for cash, the following described real
IMl twenty-six is) in iiiock mini-
In tho 8prlngfleld News, by virtue ot
an ordor made andAatbreviioroiii on
tho 19th day of March', 1918, by the
Hon. O. F. Sklpworth, Judge or the
nhovn ontitlml Court. Thnt the date
ot tho first publication or this sum-1 loung & nay,
tnons is tho 21st day of March, 1918. Attorneys for estate.
S. P. NESS, Mch31,28;Apr.4,ll,18
City of Eugotio, Lano County, Oregon.
IMted, this 19th day of March, 1918.
if H. H, Rltter,
Kie'cutor of 'tho estuto ot Nancy
Here ror tne uso or our army ana
or the destitute civilian population of
- In whatever way each woman of
jthls Twelfth Federal Reserve District
can help, let her do her utraost that
fwo who are farthest from the front
may sustain our part of the struggle,
(tad keep for ourselves and our chil
dren tne blessings- and privileges we
feave Inherited, and thus make It pos
sible to win like blessings for the mil,
lions who are now in actual bondage.
' Wo should not only save to help,
Ibnt the great 'lesson to be learned also
pis to do now without non-essentials and
o make sacrifices so that the labor
fwhlch produces what we consider to
fee even essentials, may be used tb
produce those things which are actu
ally essential for the support and
palely of those' w"ho are carrying the
burden of this '-unprecedented struggle
Sot freedom and democracy.
: The aim ot tho Woman's Liberty
Loan Committee Is to form an organi
zation which shall make the woman
ln every home in the land realize
these conditions and her responsi
bility, that the message sball not
reach her only trpm one direction, but
Jroni many, so that she shall be
brought to a full realization of her
Parcels to Expeditionary Forces.
On and after April 1, 1918, parcels
for members and individuals connect
ed wlthMbe American Expeditionary
yorccstSriFrance shall not be accept-1
d for mailing sr dispatched unless
they contain such articles only as are
being sent at the written request ot
the addressee, approved by his' regi-
Monday and Tuesday a plowing bee
was held at the widow MIIers and tho
following persons participated: Les
ter Newman and team, David Wllhelm
and team, Elmer Miller and team, R,
P. Corburn and team, Henry Smith and
team, VIrgel Newman, Hiram New'
man, John Conn and Arthur Edwards.
Bert Kelsey was In Landax Tuesday.
Mrs. Thomas Blakely is detained
with the grip at the hospital at Pleas
Thomas Blakely was at Landax
shipping potatoes to Eugene Wednes
day. The little Conn boys caught a large
mental or higher commander or an
executive officer of the organization
with which he Is connected. '
A. S. BURLESON,
Enjoys Life In France. '
Word has been received in this city
by Mrs. Alice Holcomb from her son,
jCleve Holcomb,. who Is In France, stat
ing that be is well and happy and Is
learning more every day. He went
over on the Tuscania the trip beforo
she was sunk, and this is the first let-'
t ter received from him since November
the 15th. He is a member of Co. I,
V Suffers Painful Injury.
"Robert Dtury of this city suffered
-a very painful injury last Friday when
he was badly cut by a cut-off saw in
the Fischer-Boutin mill He came too
near the saw and it cut through bis
clothing and into his left side, making
a cut one-half inch deep and five
Inches long. Twenty stitches were
xequlred to close the wound.
Addresses Lodge at Lyon.
W. F. Walker, Deputy Grand Master
-Ot tho Grand Lodge of Oregon, at
tended the convention of the I. O. 6.
F. lodge held at Lyon, Oregon J last
Saturday, While there be delivered
an address on "The History of the
Grand Lodge ot Oregon." He re
turned to his home here Sunday morn
Tuesday O. B. Kessey of this clty(
was appointed administrator, and C. E. ,
Swarts. E. E. Brattaln and Welbey :
Stevens were appointed appraisers of
the estate of the late R. W .Maklnson,
who died in Turlock, Calif., last No-,
vember. Mr. Maklnson formerly lived !
In Springfield. His estate revalued
Pupils Sell Stamps,
The pur Us ot the Qlenwood school
are doing their bit by selling, war sav
ing stamps and hrlft stamps. They
have sold $315 worth of stamps, and
three of their number belong to the
Junior Rainbow regiment. They.jiro:
Richard Collins, Gladys Collins, and
Resigns as Road Viewer.
J. F. Powers of this city resigned
his position last week and oo Wedr
lTesday of the same week Jo., W.
llobbs of Eugene was appointee coun
ty road viewoc In his place. Mr.
"Powers has been, county road viewer
for the past yeari
-ft ' , i
y Suffers Accident.
C. S. Uhl, who lives near Eugeno
,and is employed at tile- Booth-Kelly
TOill - heTr?," Bfifferf'4 ipatn"fdfVat!cident
iVfonday "mornlug wiion theViftle finger
.ot Wa'ilifnt,ha'nd,wa8' 'cargh'tyln the;
mipliiuery and was considerably cut
and bruised, 'a.tJjoraU badly torn.
"ReV. R. H. Dollarlilde of RoBeburg
Is hero and will hold the fourthquar-
terlymeoung at the Free Methodist
church" "'Services'' w'lif 'beheid at
o'clock each evening and 11 a. m. and
7:20 p. m. Sunday.
Eat Red Cross Hat.
Ted Fisher and Earl Fulghan bought
the bright-colored candy headgear at
the Red Cross Jubilee at Mabel Satur
day night, and since they paid S45 for
It probably considered they had earned
a tas'e of it. It was broken up and
became a part of the "refreshments."
The hat was one of three given the
Red Cross by Otto's confectionery.
Constipation, and Indigestion.
JThesp, .are., twin evils. Person y silt,
jfering Jrora" indigestion jire' often
troubled ' with , cbnstipatjon. li JAtfi
Robert' Allison, 'tt&ttooni' ill.. Writes
'that wner she first moved to MaVtoon
iJlle' vrai a great sufferer from indiges
tion 5ml constipation'. Food dlBtiesseri
her and there was a fetillhg Iiko:a
heavy weight pressing on'hbr stomach
and chest. She did not rest well at
night, and felt wqrn put a good part
of the time. One bottle of Chamber-'
Iain's Tablets' VFectedk'thlB trouble so
that,Bhe.has since 'foR-liko a different
person. - f ,f " ady.
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