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THURBDAY, NOV. 7, 1016
TUB SPRINGFIELD ' NEWS
Check Your "GtippeT At
Ketels Drug Store
The rooont Influenza opldomlo should bo sufficient warning to nil '
'of us' rognrdlng (ho dangers of Colds, Coughs, Orlppo and similar
nllmonU. Tlio soquol to Orlppo ofton comes In the form of pnou
Avoid audi consoqucncoB by destroying Orlppo gorms an noon as
thoy, appear In the system. ,
will .promptly dostroy tlio poison which thoso gonna bring, to tho
blood'nud will Tmvo a tonic offoct on your ontiro system.
Keep this romedy on hand nnd uso promptly when first symptoms
of Orlppo epponr,
111 w am1 lfimr I
iuwu auu viuwiuj
Ed Cupp Ih In town from Porland.
k "Hoy Frost Is sufforlng with tho In
fluonxa. Kvon Hill Hall has received a ques
tionnaire. Mrs. McClaln Is suffering wllli tho
'LOIKIQ MCUOWOII IS qullO III Willi (
Llttlo Margoy Front has beon quite
111 for a wouk, j
Try that Germicidal Soap ror nun-
druff at Poery's. . j
Mrs., Hutu Tomsoth was quite 111 tho
first of tho week. .
Now Patriotic Stationery in popular
colors at I'eory's.
Mrs. Myrtlo Hggltnann Is suffering
with tho neuralgia. , .' "4
C. I.:aorrlo, Jr., spent Mondnyin
town on business. ,
First-class 6hoo repairing at. tin V
A. Hall Shoo store. ' ml v.
Tho banks wore closed
day, due to election.
Dr. W, C. Itobhan mado a trip to
Junction City today.
First-class shoe repairing at the W.
A. Hall Shoo storo. adv.
Frank Worloy la convalescing from
an attack of thOs"llu."
iko Lnrimor is among those, liable
lor military sorvico.
Gladys iJoploy.ls rocuperatlng from
an attack of tho "flu."
Mrs., Cox, mother of Mr, J. A. Cox,
Is hero visiting her s6n.
Soo tho new Qreotlng Cards for tho
soldier. boyB4 at Poery'n.
Mrs. Ct 0. Katon is rapidly recover
ing from tho pneumonia. v.
Joo Potorson la horo visiting hla
brother, Arthur Polorson.
Mr. and Mrs. Frod Fischer of Mar
cola, spent Sunday In town.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
This week-end offers some
unuBual bargains. They are
bargains because thoy combine
.high qualify with low prices.
Each one Is a money-saver.
' White House Coffee, try It
, Bulk Starch, 10c per pound
We have Figs and Dates
Corn Flakes, 2 for 25c
Laundry Soap, 5c the bar
Fresh Dairy Butter at all times
ttarshmaliow Syrup, white, just
SPRINGFIELD FEED GO.
! Mr. and MV. A. M, Chaffee aro tho
parents of a baby daughtor,
Frank Hills of Reserve spont Satur
day In Springfield on business'.
Clinton Conlby returned to Bremer
ton tho latter part of last wook.
Fred Clover of Mabol spent tho first
of tho wool; visiting relatives.
Andy Stevens of Camp Crock npont
Monday In town on buslnosu: '
Ituby SoitRdny is nblo" to bo Up at
f to'r ho recent attack of tho "lliu"
Jams L. Clark Is horo from Iiido-
dapondonce visiting his family.
Mrs. W. C. Rcbhan is convalescing
from tho Influenza, which alio coif-
trncted who nurnB nt Mabt!li
Mrs. b roil Hinson is spcnuiug a row
days at Jasper with lior mother,
Don't buV alfalfa hay until j oil got
our prlcos. Springfield Feed Co.
n. L. Jono8 has completed a garago
at his place in Stewart's addition.
Scott Lyons, a resident of Croswell,
was in town .oil buslnoss Tuesday.
Don't buy alfalfa hay until you get
our prlcos. Springfield Pood Co.
Dr. Ford of Salom arrived horo
Wednesday evening to visit friends.
Symphony Lawn Stationery all tho
now styles and ahados at Peary's.
Mrs. Mlnnlo Dontloy Is recovering
from a vffry'sorious case of Influenza.
Mrs. Arthur Valuer's brother, at
Bond Is seriously 111 with tho Influenza.
Bort Kelsoy of Landax was in town
Wednesday with tlio olectlon returns.
Mrs. Joo Lusby and small son wero
brought homo from tho hospital today.
Mrs. John Parrish has been nursing
nt tho homo of Jiunos Gay and faintly.
Mr. nnd Mrs, Ernest Lyon aro tho
proud parents of a baby son, born to
Gladys Loploy Is back at Eggl
mann'u after an Illness of about a
Otho Smith is delivering his huge
crop of potatoes to E. E. Morrison this
LaVern Noll, daughter of Mr. Nell
qt tho local garago, Is ill wlthho pneu
monia. Mrs. Norwood Cox Is ablo to be out
again after hor recont attack of pneu
monia. Bring us your Pork, Veal, Chickens,
Butter and Eggs, 'Wo pay moro. Cox
& Cox. ,
Ethel Howard of Wondltng spent
Sunday with her mottior, Mrs, Roy
xAloc McKlnnoy and family spent
tho weqk-ond at Pleasant Hill visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Bill DarJIng spent
Sundny'wlth Mrs. Darling's pnronts at
Carl E; FIsohor loft Wodnosday for
Portland, wlioro ho is to Borvo on tho
fodoral jury. ,
Tho O-yoar-old-son of Ralph Oaks
foil from tho teu of u barn and broke
his right leg.
ForuTavls, who bo's boon 111 witli
tho influenza,, is' ablo torfbo on, tho
sfroklB ngain.t , . , -
Repairs ard'bolng riia'do on the side
wajk In fjfont, of "tho Sprhfleld gar
ago this wook. """""
Jlqnry Fandrom is.nblo to bo out on
tho Btreota after a two weeks' eeg
of tho Influenza ,
Rous Humphrey of Jaspor was In
town on Monday to bo oxamlnod for
Cash. Mead and son Hoy and daugh
ter Vina of Waltorvillo'spont the week
end with relatives,
Floronco Furusot, a freshman, at tho
university, resumed hor studies after
sovoral weeks illness,
Orion Vaughn was called to 'port
land on Monday to appear boforo tho
draft board of that city, ,
Dick Frost, who has spent the sum
mer in Washlngtonr la horo visiting
his brothor, Hoy Frost.
Mr. and Mrs. Clay Parker,' well
known horo, aro ill at tho Morcy hos
pital with tho Influenza.
Thompson & Uhl havo customers
for small' aero tracts. Call and list
your property at onco,
Itoy Howard, a member of tho
mounted police at Portland, spont tho
weok-end with his family!
Mrs. Floy Crawford of West Spring
fiend has accoptbd a position la the
tolephono office In Eugeno.
13, E. Morrison made a business trip
to Portland on Sunday and 'returned
homo oh Monday ovonjng. '
Mr. Hurt, a studont at tho univer
sity, spont tho wcok-ond with Floyd
Bartlclt, ofollow student.
MIbb.HuUi Scott, a student ,at tho
university, has accepted tho position
of correspondent for tho Register.
Margaret Tomsoth was absent from
hor work "at Cox & Cox on Monday
owclng to tho illness of hor motlicr.
Mr. and Mrs, J. W. McDowell wero
called horrio from Ihado by tho serious
illness of thqlr daughter, Mrs. Eaton.
. Mr. and Mr"., E. a. Mo'calf havo re
turned from Iowa, .whero they havo
boon visiting for tho past two months.
Vln Williams, who is working near
Cottogo Orovo' on tlio county road,
spent Sunday with' his son and daugh
, Lotus Crabtroo, a cousin of M, M.
Pecry, died at Portland on Monday
and was burled at Eugeno on Wednes
day. Miss Lena Browor, who has been
employed at North Dend for the past
six month's, "arrived homo on .Wednes
day. Lloutonant Roy Wllkerson of tho
marines visited nt tlio homo of Mr,
nnd Mrs. Bon Skinner the first of the
Mrs. Mary Maglll returned from
Portland" oh Monday. Mrs Maglll's
daughter, Mrs. Lula Lester, was much,
Improved when Mrs. Maglll came
Tho Tomseth family aro rapidly re
covering fromtho influenza, with the
oxcoplion of Mrs. Tomsoth, who is still
Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Martin aro tho
proud paronts . of .a daughter. Mrs.
Martin was formerly Mlss.Claudie
Miss Barbara Boiler returned to
hor 'school at 'Santa Clara on Monday,
tho school having been closed for a
wook or so,
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Bachelder of
Mllwauklo, Oregon, aro on'an extended
Visit at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Mel-
Miss Frances Bartlott roturned on.
Wednesday from Portland, where she
visited her sister, Mrs. Mary Mooro.
for two woks!
Mrs. N. A. Rowo rbceived word
from her son, Francis Lambe'rty, that
ho was on his way to Franco. Ho is
a mombor of tho medical department,
nnd slnco his enlistment flvo months
ago ho has beon stationed at Flagloy,
CORNER OF MILL AND MAIN, SPRINGFIELD
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Gasoline, Oils and Greases" 'A . "
Have your work done anU buy, your1 accessories at a
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That's US'. '
Stpre your car jn a , W. W. EBBXlT, Electrical Expert
Fireproof Building, JACK MITCHELL, Mechanic.
Orant Oxloy, who has been confined
to tho local hospital. for. sovoral days,
was nblo to. roturn to his home at
Miss Frances Travis, E, B. Morri
son's stenographer and bookkeeper, is
ablo to bo back at hor work again
after it slego of tho influenza.
Wo have clients In Eastern Oregon
and Idaho', who aro Inquiring for Wil
lamette ralloy farms. What havo you
to offor? Soo Thompson & Uhl. Phono
Mrs. James Inraan received word on
Tuesday that her son, William, had
died in Franco. He was wounded In
battlo and died from the effects of tho
Miss Bertlo Bruce, teacher of tho
Nlmrod school on tho McKlnzoy river,
was ablo to open her school on Mon
day, as tho Influenza had abated In
that district. '
Nicholas Lamborty, well known
horo, has beon promoted to company
field sergeant. Ho is a mcmboc of tho
field artillcy and is stationed at Camp
Jackson, S. C. !
Leslie Fisher, well known here,
spent Tuesday visiting friends and
relatives in Springfield. Mr. Fisher
oxpocts to Icavo tho 14th of this month
for tho army.
Minn Bauor recolved word from her
brother,. Bert, saying that ho was get
ting along fine. Ho is stationed at
Camp Lewis with several other
Miss Estolla Maglll went to Port
land Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. S. G.
Gatko, whoso baby passed away in
Eugene that day. Miss Maglll will re
main In Portland with Mrs, Gatke for
Preston W. Green ,who was a resi
donfof Springfield for many years Js
hero visiting before leaving for Indi
ana' to live with 'his son, Mr. Green
has been at tho soldiers' home at Rose
burg for some time.
Manilo McCluskoy-Schreuders, who
taught a successful clacs of piano pu
pils in Springfield this past sumnlcr,
Is now ready to accept pupils for tho
winter. Engagements can bo made by
phoning Eugeno 2G3-R.
Mrs. Belle Spong returned from
Portland Saturday evening, accom
panied by her "daughter, Mrs. Charles
Fischer and son Carl, and her nephew,
Sherman Spong of Marcola. Mrs.
Spong and Sherman Spong had been
In Portland 'to attend tho funeral of
Greatly Benefited by Chamberlain's
"I am 'thankful for tho god I havo
received by using Chamberlain's Tab-
lots. About two years ago when I be
gan taking them I was suffering a
groat deal from distress after eating,
and from headache and a tlrod, lan
guid feollng duo to indigestion and a
torpid liver. Chamberlain's Tablets
corrected tbeso disorders in a short
tlmo, and since taking two bottles of
them my health has beon good,'' writes
Mrs. M. P. Harwood, Auburn, N. Y.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given that the un
dorslgned has filed his final account
in the estate of Edgar A. Billings, de
ceased that the County Court has sot
Ionday, tho second day of December,
191b, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of
said day, as the time for hearing said
account. All persons interested are
roquircd to appear in said court at said
time to show causo, if any, why said
account should not be allowed, your
petitioner discharged, nnd his bonds
, Dated this 28th day of October. 1918.
FRANK R. ALEXANDER.
Administrator of tho Estate of Edgar
A. Billings, deceased.
In tho Circuit Court of the Estate of
Oregon for tho County of Lane.
Nora Payne, plalntlfT, vs. Matt Payne,
To Matt Payne, the above named de
fendant: In tho namo of tho State of Oregon
you aro horoby required to appear
WEED CHAINS in FjrWjf
ET WEATHER '
INSURE YOUR TRACTION - Goodrich
A YOUR SAFETY Hartford
A. YOUR CAR
1 . THE BEST GRADE
A CONCERN OF RELIABILITY
When Cold's Without
COLD WITHOUT will also mean COLD WITHIN in thou
sands of homes this Winter unless provision is made for
auxiliary Gas heating before it is too late.
A Portable Gas Heater
will fortify you against the discomforts that a fuel short
age is sure to produce. Don't fail to get yours now, that
you may enjoy its warmth and cheer all through the
frosty days of fall, and during the bitter cold of winter.
Mountain Stales Power Co.
and-answer the complaint filed against
you in the above entitled court and(
cause on or before tho 2Sth day of
November, 1918, said date being the
date and time specified by the court
in the order for publication as the
time for you to appear and answer,
and if you fail so to appear and ans
wer, for want thereof the plaintiff will
apply to the court for the relief de
manded in said complaint on file here
in, a,nd the whole thereof. The relief
demanded is: Judgment and decree
that the bonds of matrimony now ex
isting between the plaintiff and de
fendant be forover dissolved and held
for naught and that the plaintiff be
awarded the care and custody of the
two minor children, Claudie Payno
and Nelvln Payne, and for such other
relief as to the court may seem meet
This summons Is published by tlio
order of the Honorable G. F, Skip
worth, Judge of the Circuit Court of
the State of Oregon for the County
of Lano, dated October 14, 1918.
FRANK A. DePUE,
Resi d ence Sprjn gfield, O regqn.
Notice Is hereby given that by vir
tue of an execution and order of sale
issued out of the Circuit Court in and
for Lane county, Oregon, on the 10th
day of October, 1918, upon a judgment
an decree reudeYed therein on' the
14th day of September, 1918, In favor
of O. Q. Cartwrlght and against E. L.
Gum, for tho sum of $2,961.10, with
interest nt 8 per annum from Sep
tember 14, 1918, and $200.00 attorney
fees, and $24.40 costs, commanding
me, In the name of the State of Ore
gon, in order to satisfy said judgment,
and in accordance with said decree to
soil the hereinafter described real es
Lot numbered four in block num
bered ono in Kolsay's addition to Eu-1
gene, Lane county, Oregon, and also
lot uumuorod throe in block num
bered three in Kolsay's first addition
to Eugeno City, in Lane county, Ore
gon. How therefore, In accordance with
said execution, order nnd decree, I
will, on Saturday, the 16th day of No
vember, 191S, atv.1 o'clock in the after-'
noon, at tho southwest door of the
count'y court house in Euitetie. Lane'
county, Oregon, qffer lor Bilo nnd sell,,
subject to redemption, nt public auc
tion to thajilghoat bidder for caslt, all
the, .Interest of th above named E. L,
Guni, hla wife, Sarah Gum, L, C
Hushes and Elva Crozler, in nnd to
tho above described real property,
Sheriff of Lano County, Oregon.
coming after four years of
the fiercest war the world
uaa cvci tvnu vv u jo a. uitgukj' ,
welcome peace. But a
piece of Elephant Bread
contains elements of joy.'
that can scarcely go un-j
noticed either. The nutri
tive value In Elephant that
assures health is not to be
ignored, fop yhere there's
"health there's happiness.
The delicious palatableness
of Elephant is a joy unto
itself. Every morsel of
Elephant is good for you,
and youj" family. You can
always get it from us if
your grocer does not hap
pen to have.'l TRY'hIT.
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