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THURSDAY, OCT. U, 1018
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
Catch That Cold
Wliorv you notice the flint symptoms of a cold you should
nmko an effort to chock It boforo It becomes Borlous.
In other words, you Bhould catch tho cold boforo It
catches you. Keep
on hand rondy for Jmmodlato tiflO. If taken In tlnio, It
will chock a cold In twenty-four hours and provent more
Borloim complications which are ant to result If It lo neg
lected. It h pleasant to take and In no way harmful.
"A STORE FOR THE WELL,
AS WELL AS THE SICK."
! Town and Vicinity x
.Fountain pons nt Poory'a.
Mr. W. 0. Robhan Is helping nurso
Now Fall Coats on display at Cox
& Cox. j
Ruby Huusony IssorioiiBly III with
tho "llu." J
1)111 books and pocket books at
E. a. Sutton Ih Buffering from "tho
8oloct your Kail Cont horb.'Oox 'A.
Mrs. Mlunlo Bontloy Is Quito 111 at
lior homo. .
Noso and thront sprays at I'oory's.
Jim Stownrt U cutting moat nt
Cox's this weak.
Thront garglos and mouth washes
at l'oory'B. .
Miss Francos Bartfott, who has been'
111, Is much bettor.
Flrst-clasa shoo ropalrlng at the W.
A. Hall Shoo storo. adv.
Mm. Jounlo Fry of Portland Is In
town on busluusH.
When hungry drop In nt tho Homo
Lucilo Lnmbort Is qui to 111 with In.
First-class shoo ropalrlng at tin V
A. Hall Shoo storo. adv.
George Williams spent Tuesday af
ternoon M Coburg.,
Vln Williams has accepted a posi
tion at Cottago Grovo.
. Tho Homo RoMaurnnt sorvos good.
Mrs. Hark Peory Is assisting In tho
!M. M. P-oery drug storo.
Now Fall Coats, latest colors and
materials. Cox & Cox.
Miss Mlna Bauer resigned her posi
tion at GUff's restaurant.
JU-JUUM-il'l'l-Li. 'Uil'.Ll.U-U.ltl ' . -- L L
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
This week-end offors somo
unusual bargains. Thoy are
bargains becauso they combine
lilgh quality with low prices.
Each one is a money-savor.
"Wo carry tho
TJio Best Yet
Wo still havo somo milk for
15o per Can
20o Oysters for 18c
Sweet Chocolate, per lb,, 25o
Corn Starch In bulk, per lb., 10o
SPRINGFIELD FEED GO.
I All tho popular cold
remedies at I'oory's.
Mrs. Norwood Cox Is confined to her
homo with a sovoro cold. '
Miss Edna Duryoo' was' In' Spring
flold on hUBlnOss Tuesday.
William Langdon of Coburg Js In
town attending to business.
Ernost Moo of Astoria Is visiting
IiIb mother, Mrs. A. D. Moo,
Mrs. N .W. Emory Is rapidly rocu-
poratlng from tho Influenza..
Mr. and Mrs. It. H. Wilson spent
Sunday at Drain with relatives.
Mrs. J. W. Coflln is slowly recover
ing from an attack of la grippe.
Every ono Is wolcomo to inspect our
kltohiR at tho Homo Restaurant.
Pu. Conloy. who is stationed at
Bremerton, la visiting his parents.
' Miss Ellon Lambert has accepted a
position at tho llalnbow in Eugene.
Word has boon rocolved hero that
Jess Meats Is In tho hospital In Franco.
. .Floyd Bartlott, who ntt.nds O. A. C,
spont tho wookond with his parents.
Miss Myrl Arnold Is recovering
from nn attack of Spanish Influenza.
Mrs. Elinor Cyr and children left
Tuesday morning for Evorson, Wash.
Tho library Is closed during this
porlod of Spanish Influenza epidemic.
Charles' Elliot, who hns boon 111 for
tho past vvoek, is again ablo to bo up.
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Cox motored
to Statton last Thursday to hunt and
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Woldon havo
moved from lliolr summor iiomo to
town. ' v
Mrs. Claud Nott Iiub resigned her
position at tho Imporial Qrill in Eu
MIbs Ethol Kingswoll has boon as
slating In tho Ilex floral shop this
Miss Clara Larson isn't working
Hits wook owing to hor mother's 111
Ethol Horward, who Is employed at
JWondllng, spent ovor-Sunday with hor
Marion Adams, who is stationed at
Camp Lawls,- Is homo on a ton-day
Mr. and Mrs. Rodonbaugh of As
toria Jtiavo doddod to niakoi tholr
Springflold was lnvadod Wednesday
by a number .of S. A. T. C. boys from
Lewis Qlbbs is homo from Mabol to
stay, not on bUBlnoss as wo statod in
our last lssuo.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ham of Abor
doon, Wash., spoilt tho week-end with
Mr. Ham's paronts.
Joss and Frank Smltson and Em
mott Lorah spont Sunday hunting on
tho Mohawk river.
Mrs, Mary Muglll was called homo
Sunday from Hnrrlsbur by tho death
of her son, Qoorgo.
Mrs. Myrtlo Egglmann has boen try.
Ing to havo tho "flu," but sJUnny'poo
pla tiro "exempted." r
A petition Is out roquestltig Charles
EgBlmnnn's name ho put on tho bal
lot for city councilman,
Mrs. Murk Young and small son ot
Portland aro visiting at' tho homo of
Mr. and' Mis. Ira Young.
Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Msglll arrivod
from Bond ori Tuesday to attend tho
funeral of (loorgo Msglll.
Mr. and Mrs. Jpo Luoby aro tho
proud paronts of a baby daughter,
born Tuesday, October 22.
Ll'tUo Evolyn Lloyd had hor tonsils
and adenoid removed at tho offlco of
a local physician on Saturday,
Tom Alton and Dolborl Bucknum,
who havo omployomont nt Mabel,
spent over Sunday with tholr families.
Tho Homo restaurant is ownod and
operated by Mrs. James Inman now.
Mr. Morwln gave possesion on Mon
Bort Nlckum, moat cutter at Cox ft
Cox, is unablo to bo a't Ms work owing
to tho influonza, which Jiq Is suffering
Mrs, Lucjpna Richardson and Mrs.
Vina McCluin aro iipondlng tho week
at homo, as tholr school at Goshen Is
Mrs, W. J. Billings returned from
Bond on Monday ovenlng. She has
been visiting her son for tho past six
Doboll's solution for a mouth wash
und nasal spray. Tho State Health
Board recommends R. Get It at
Mr. and Mrs, Frank Gordon, who
havo boen living on a ranch nenr Win
berry, havo moved to town, for tho
Did you over oat Elephant? Say,
it s great! Tho best broad ever and it
Is made In Springflold. Ask your gro-
cor for It, and if ho hasn't got it, Eggl
Thirty Springflold omployecs of tho
Southorn Pacific company havo sub
scribed I3.GG0 bonds on. tho Spring'
M. C. Brcsslor returned on Friday
ovenlng from Nol'.gh, Nebraska, whero
ho has been on business for Uio past
Waldo Hardy, who Is stationed at
Camp Lowls, Is much hotter. Waldo
has been suffering from a severe case
or pneumonia. '
Miss Thorn Bocson, former telo
phdno operator, has accepted a posi
tion oh tca'chor In tho Lyons school
district, No. 118.
Mrs. Gcorgo Larson was brought
homo from tho Mercy hospital on Sat
urday. Mrs. Larson is rapidly ro
lovering from an operation.
mV. and Mrs. J. W. McDowell left
Monday by auto for Idaho in company
with tholr son. Mr. and Mrs. Mc
Dowell will return by train.
Mr. and Mrs. James Gay aro recu
perating from n sorlous attack of
Spanish Influenza. Even tiny Miss
Cay suffered from Uio disease
Wesley McDowell sent a piece ot
Gorman money from France, which ho
had taken from a German. Tho coin
has qulto a history which Mr. Mc
Dowell will relate on his return.
Claud Signor who has been suffer
ing with pneumonia, Is roporied as
much bottor, Mr. and Mrs. Signor
wore with Cland at Fort Stevens over
Other things being equal, you owo
It to your homo town to ASK for home
mado products FIRST. Elephant
Broad Is ono of them It Is not only
equal but superior
All mothors who wish to send
Christmas presents to their sons in
Franco should notify Mrs. A. B. Van
Valznh so that sho may order tho
boxo3 from Eugene. Do so Immedi
ately. Miss Luclle Coponhaver is hero from
Suthorlln visiting hor mothor, Mrs.
Adollno Coponhavor. Miss Coponha
ver is a teacher In tho Sutherlin
schools, which aro closed on account
of tho influonza.
Mamie McCluskoy-Schrouders, who
taught a successful class of piano pu
pils in Springflold this past summer,
is now ready to accopt pupils for tho
winter. Engagements can bo mado by
phoning Eugeno 208-R.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Eaton of Clarks
dalo, Arizona, aro visiting at tho homo
of Mrs.. Eaton's paronts, Mr. and Mrs,
J. W. McDowell. Mr. Eaton has re
signed bis position and expects to en
tor tho aviation soon. Mrs. Eaton will
remain with her paronts.
Mrs. Suslo Bolts of Nampa, Idaho,
Is vlBltlng nt tho homo of E. E. Loo
and family. Mrs. Botts has been un
dor tho jloct r's faro at Portland for
four wooks, but sho is much Improvod
now, haying gained twenty pounds in
Oregon's wonderful climato.
Robert Van Vnlzah, son of Mrs.tA,
B. Van Valzah, who wns dlpclmrgod
from tho wrmy on account of physical
disability and roturnod to his homo
lix, Springflold, expects to loovo for
the East Monday, whero ho will bo
placed in tho hands of a noted medi
cal specialist for troatmont ot his
Margaret Thorasoth Is In receipt ot
a lotlor from Lostor Hill saying that
ho Is engaged in active fighting, He
wroto that ho had fired for sixty hours
without any rest; also that He had met
(Den LoVeo during one of his real
porlods. Glen Is In the arabutancs
corps in the aamo company with Or
villa Dean, a brother of Hazel Dean.
E. E. Morrison, mayor and "spud
king," will soon arrango his affairs
to form a food storo in Springfield
in connection with his other Indus
trios. His storerooms and ware
Iioubos on the property at Third and
Main stroot will bo fitted up to ac
commodate tho new lino. With rail
way facilities already at his doors
and with storage facilities of tho very
host, Mr. Morrison can oporato exten
sively and economically In his new
THIRTY-THREE MEN LEAVE
This Week for Schools and Forts-
One Local Boy Gone.
Thlrty-threo Lano county drafted
men will ontraln at Eugeno between
now and Octobor 2C for army duty,
two contingents going to different
forts and tho coast, and a third to Uio
Benson Polytechnic school In Port'
land, for training in different mechani
cal trades used In tho array- Tho men
going to this school and who will leave
on tho 20th Inst, aro;
Floyd Elsworth Summors, Junction
Horace Farmer Franklin, Routo 1,
Harold McKlnloy Hnrpole, Route 3,
Juucton City, Oro.
Arioy Riley Manli, Elmira, Oro.
Norman Dewey Pohll, Creswoll, Ore,
Lloyd Eldon Summers, Junction
Roy Christian, Not), Ore.
Morton Morris Marton, Route 1,
The contingent going to a fort north
of hero, and who loft on Wednesday
consisted ot tho following:
Farel Fieldon McQuln, Routo
Walter W. Kceney, Pleasant Hill,
Norton Jackson Warner, Fall Creek,
Howard H. Hubbard, Marshfleld,
James Francis O'Day, St. Francis,
Waltor Stewart Ash, Myrtlo Arms,
Carson Leo Bigbco, 71C5 Alkl ave
nuo, Seattle, Wash.
Pearl Plaster, Cottago Grove, Ore.
Pctor Max Nielsen, Routo 4, JnncJ
tlon City, Ore.
Percy Willis Southwick; camp No.
9, Wcndling, Oro.
R. S. Mnltraan, Vermillion, Alberta,
Oscar Eugeno Lovulett, Routo 4,
Vim J. Defoe will bo entrained from
Those going to a fort south, and
who left Wednesday are as follows:
Henry J. Hanekamp, Y. M. C. A.,
Tobias Jacobson, Junction City, Oro.
Clifton Ellery' Christnesen, Point
Frank Gibbs, Springfield, Ore.
Rufus Cronwoll Cavdtt, Wendllpg,
Carey Huston Medley, Cottage
Herschel Ronald Axtoll, 1932 Co
Poseph W. Scalefo, 1270 Ferry, Eu
George Hobart Poolo, Routo 2,
Junction City, Ore
Herbert Extoll, 1932 Columbia, Eu
Paul W. Cook, Crow stage, Eugeno
Gerald Floyd Counts, Cottage
Friday and Saturday I will have on
sale four dozen up-to-date trimmed
hats, prices from $2.98 to $6.9S.
MRS. M. N. THOMPSON,
Will hava on sale at the above-mentioned
place a line ot NuBono Corsets,
prices from $3.98 to $5.98.
Receives Beautiful Gift
Mrs. E, J. Snook 1b In receipt ot a
beautiful handkerchief case which her
son Bort sent from Camp Lowls. The
caso is ot yellow satin with an Ameri
can and a Bervico flag embroidered on
it and U, S. A. In gold lettering at tho
bottom. Tho lnsldo has a large Ameri
can flag as a holder for the handker
chiefs on ono side and on tho other
a painted plcturo on silk ot a soldier's
farewell to his sweetheart.
What to Use to Prevent Appendicitis.
Springflold people should know sim
ple buskthom bark, glycorlno, etc., as
mixed In Aldord-ka, flushes tho EN
TIRE bowel tract so completely that
appendicitis Is prevented. ONE
SPOONFUL Adlor-1-ka relieves ANY
CASE sour stomach, gas or constipa
tion bocauso It removes ALL foul mat
tar which cloggod and poisoned your
ayiitem. Tho INSTANT action sur
prises ho(h doctors and patients. M,
M. Peory Drug Cfl, . ,
EED CHAINS I
INSURE YOUR TRACTION
A CONCERN OF RELIABILITY
Gas Range Canning
Now with the canning season at Its height and the
necessity for canning greater than ever before you will
particularly appreciate the many advantages of the Gas
Range as an aid to food conservation.
Exact Heat Regulation at the
Turn of a Valve
So essential to the making of good -canned vegetables
and fruits, fs the proper heat during cooking. A twist of
a valve Instantly gives you the desired flame when you (fan
on a Gas Range. There Is no spoilage through scorching
and boiling over when a little care is exercised.
For Comfort and Service, see the
Mountain States Power Co.
52 X W. W. Branstetter
FOR OFFICE OF
A native of Lane county who
has never held a county office.
The office o.f Coroner has been
held by one firm for the past 12
Is it not only fair to believe
that they have held this office
Stacy M. Russell voluntarily
retires from the office ot
County Cleric after eight
years with tho Statement that
ho felt that ho had held tho
office long enough.
S. M. Taylor, Utter sorvlng tho
county as treasurer four years
voluntarily retires, feeling
that lie has served long
Vote for a hew man with new
ideas Place your vote where it
will be appreciated most.
Former Springfield Girl Weds.
Miss Viola Hays, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. Hays, formerly ot
Springfield and vicinity, waB married
Saturday, October 19, at Vancouver,
Wash., to Lieutenant Herman R.
Wlnton ot Alabama. Tho bride is a
niece of Mrs. Ira Young of thl3 city.
Tho couple will probably reside for
tho present at Vancouver Barraoks,
whero Lieutenant Wlnton. is stationed.
SINNER At Uio Mercy hospital In
Eugone, October 22, 1918. Conrad
Stnnor of, Wondllng, at the ago ot
32 years. Ha was construction
foreman for tho Booth-Kelly Lum
bor company. Ho leaves a wife and
ono child. Tho remains wore
shipped to Portland on Wednesday
MAGILL At tho Meroy hospital In
North Bend, .October 20, 1918,
Goorgo Maglll ot Springflold, at tho
ago ot 26 years,
IN ALL SIZES AND
TftE BEST GRADE
"It Is necessary that every family
In the United States study Us food
budgets and food ways to see if it can
not buy less, serve less, returning
nothing to the kitchen and practico
the gospel of the clean plate."
May be good to eat, but
if your family's health and
nutrition is the big idea,
stake it on Elephant Bread
and you will make no mis
take. The sum and sub
stance and the "reason
why" is found in the high
grade materials with which
Ave make Elephant Bread
the best flour and the best
everything combined with a
master baker's pride, all go
in Elephant to assure your
health and the maximum
nutrition. Insist on Ele
phant from your grocer it
Is made at home and mado
to please you.