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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1919)
F HIDAY. AIK1U8T 22. 1019
TUB BPBTfOPlKT.D NEWS
He Will Be Proud of Your
Kteiy woman hhoiild consider It a duty to protcrt her per
vmiil luiiniH. The prlixl h 1 cHHrtitiulH of Ix'uuty nn u
.ofl, velvety skin and u pretty complexion. Your Kiitlemii
frli'iiilH will lulinlrp the beauty which
Garden Court Face Cream
IhIiikk. It will l.aidKh rciiKli"'HH ntul leave tin- hKIii pink
It In tlelleutely cetiieil and roniiH In an attractive Jar that
v. Ill prove an ornament to your dresHhiK table.
We also have nil nf the approved Cold Cream. Vanishing
Cream. I'"ae Powder. Tui.iiimh, M;ihs:ii;e Creams, Ktc,
which are In demand by women who Ive daily attention to
the cliarm of a pretty completion.
: Town and Vicinity
Imn Miilli i', of lionna,
Mr uud Mra. S II. tialkey. of Mable.
I, pi tit Saturday In town
J K Keiiniily.
inwii Miiiiiluy on
Siitluii returned Saturday from
!.., nil' In Piiitluiid
Vr ami Mra. Ulley SnodgriiHa apent
Suml.'i) III CotlaKe (irovu.
All Milliliter tiala reduced to half
iii r at Mm ThompHon'a i
Mr. and Mra. Mum healer apent the
weekend oudUK up the McKenxlo
J.ob Wllllama apent few daya In
Koaehurg on hualnesa returning Sun-
Paul Needliam underweiii minor t
operation at the North went lloapltal
in Kugetie Tuesday.
Miss Jennie A Reed, of Marrlabuig,
waa a week end visitor at the home of
'' A Kaatnian ojid family. I
Mrs. II. I). Neff, of Portland, came
htht Saturday for a weeaa visn wiui
be; mother, Mrs. T. E. Nye.
Mrs Mar Montgomery spent a few
Inys with her daughter Mrs Herbert
Sneil of Wallervllle this week
Il'-n Conley, son of Mrs. E. K
h rt Monday for Salem to accept
, f.i.t'.oit with the Street Railway.
H'niald Roberta and Jim Uleiinrdt an
we.-e Sunday visitors at the home of
.Mr Roherls" aunt. Miss Mary Roberts.
Oil llliisou and Clarence Hill who
are working ut Shedds for the stun
ner came In to spend Sunday with
, Mrs. .1 1 1 1 ii KltKeruld and wife have
r. Mi-iied from a two months' outing A number of vouug folks gave a aur
l ake View. Klamatl. Kalis. O.tell ()(t m,wi.h Vtffu af(
.!,; and Mend Oregon.
i. and Mm N J Nelson, of liar
, :t irg, were here Tu'-aday lo spend
the day with tin lr daughter, Miss
V s. Sam Uiihiiiond and chlh'ren.
who have heen visit lug In Port land
f ir the past month relumed Satur
day Pi of. W. M. Sutton, wife and
n Iher In law, Mrs. Mary Chamber
Wn ho have spent the past two
months In Springfield, len Weilnea
dry morning for their home in Hums,
New Cheat and
Grain Hay at a
A Full Line of
ies. Come in and
Give Us a Trial.
Mr. and Mix. (Jeo. Smith of Port
land, hpi ni Monday at the home of Mr.
and Mm C. K. Swaria. on llirlr way
Up the Ml Kclizic for all outing
Coming to the Hell Theatre the
special picture, entitled, "Kin s of
Kulth." the Rreul Salvation Army
story Watch fur the date.
Mm Paul llt.illalii ami Iwn children
who luoiiiri'd to KlainitHi Kallh to lit - :
lend the Klko
vIhII wlih Mi
I no t I'll! lull 11 Nil tnr a
Piattaiti iciuriu'd Mun
MrN Powii't and dniii'hier Mia
Ktliil who liuvi- Hieul I lie al two
weeka III .Newlierg, Newport and Sea-
i aide with
trli'inlx a ic expected home
Mia Margaret W'indatroin. of Ma hie,
vlalted w ith Mr. and Mra. J. YV. Me-,
Unwell Monday. Mra Windham and'
iim. .ticiMiweii were girilioon irieuua
years ago In Nehraaku. j
MIm Adele Mrault. of Portland who,
h" '" vlHl.Ing at the home of W.
W Vu n. -a tim 1, u nnul v . . Ir lafl I
i ueauay aceompaiiiiHi ny nuaa Ktnei
Newman for Suuaet Bay. for a few
. i.. i . t
I 'i liiviivi, niniri ill
1IIukiiii. and daughter,
have heen visiting here
'for the pant few weeks with frfeuds
,, r,.ulve pft ln,.,r ,mo (n
nymouih, Oregon. Wednesday.
John Lambert and fHiuily. of Alli.ny. f
.em Sniidav wilh hl rarents Mr
n( Ni(((. U((w, bmi) M Mnn.
day morning for Belknap Springs fori,,v,r "'"' " ".ects to re
a two weeks' outing They will also I""" h"u" ",m," ,W,h"r 4t"-
visit with Mm. I.ninlierly'H parents In
iLcaburg, Mr. and Mrs. Tibbetts.
' Kmeraon I.ovegrove, who has been
lulling fur a few days at the home of
Mr and Mrs Kred Halliard, started
; Tuesday on the return trip to his
home in Hrlilgcport. Conn. Mr. l.ove-
' grove Is an old schoolmate of Mr.
days at Seattle
the return trip.
slop for a few
other places on
Kiiima Travis at the Travis home on
Saturday evening A Jolly time wa.-t
spent including relieshmenis al
"Kelels". Those present wire; The
Misses Mi lil red Newlanil, Helen New
laud. Augusta Brabham, Mrs TeiUly
l.eavitt, Earl l.epley, (iladya l.epley,
Kern Travis. Krauces Trav's and Km
Sunday, Aug., 2-4, .Marguerite Clark
will appear ut the Mell Theatre in her
most beautiful presentation of "Tim
Seven Swans. This Is a picture for
kiddles, including those from 7 to 77.
nnd all others who have not grown old
and hard of heart. In this picture
Miss Clark knits seven shirts for her
seven brothers, after which Prince
Charming carries her off to his pal
ace, where they live in great splendor
until a wicked queen heenmt' Jealous
Mid- Mill we will leave the rest of the
story for you to see on Sunday, Aug.,
J I, at the Hell Theatre.
A Blllioui Attack
When you have a billions attack
your liver fails to perform Its func
I Ions. You become constipated. The
food you eat ferments In your stom
ach Instead of digesting. Tins In
flumes the stomach uud euutiea nau
sea, vomiting and u terrible headache.
Tuk three of Chamberlain's Tublotx.
They will tone up your llvor, cleau
out yonr nUtuach uud you will soon b
at well as ever. They only oey
HORN To Mr. and Mm. J. B. Orern.
on Wednesday, August 20. a boy.
Mr and Mm. Henry A'lrlHn motored
up f ti Mi Kenr.l; above Vlda, Hunday
for t li day.
Mm. V. T. Ni'mI, of Marcola, wait ad
milted In the. local hospital Tuesday
for a in 'nor operation.
Mr. Lewis, of Hi" Kiiiirinll, was ad
mil tod to the local hospital Tuesday
for medical treatment.
HORN- Haturduy. to Mr. anil Mra.
Mai Coglll, who live on north 7th
n reel, a AH pound girl.
I Now la the time to mm lire a good
j summer' lint at one half the regular
I price at Mra. Thompson's.
) Mm J II Miirdork was operated on
m the .Mercy hospital Thumday, and
; !s reported doing very ril ely.
' Mra. Ollbert Olivia la reported aa get
ting along very nicely and will aoon
tin able to leave (lie hospital.
Mr Walford. of Cottage Grove, and
Mr. Irian, were operated on at 1ifl
Merry hospital the first of the week.
Mr and Mra. (iwi, Klnlcy, who have,
heen visiting at the home of Mm. Fin
ney's mother. Mra. Mary .Maglll, have
returned ' to Alhuny.
Itev. Jauiea, a returned ovemeait
chaplain will fill the pulpit at the
j MeihodlHl' hiirch Sunday. In the ah
sciicc of lr. I la n ford.
There will he a ahow on Thursday,
Auk, I', ut the Hell Theatre, a splen
!lld program, consisting of a two reel
j western drama, a two part comedy
the I'nlveraal Current Kvents
Miaa Mjirlha WlllianiHou. of Corval
Iih, in vinltiiiK ii the home of Mr. and
Mra Carl K'.aclier, fur a few days thlH
week. .Mian Wllllamaon will leach
eciiuiiinlcH ill the Springfield Hchnola
Mm Kred Mill, tneal MIhb KlMe
Maker, and little daughter, are here
from Mamhficld on their way to Ari
zona where they will make an extend
ed vlail with her adopted father, V.
,. ,,ov aKainp,p uder the
Hm Im.h1,,.b ,ne ihrilllng clr-
. ,, romBIlce ,n ..)ne
T ( T)m ( .. w(h
Lvtell In nii untiHiial role, at the Bell
.Theatre. Saturday. August 22.
Mm. Kuinia Olson left Saturday for
finalaaka. Wash., where she will vlalt
I with her brother, II 'Jl. llallln. and
; family, for a month or six weeks. Mr
llallln was formerly superintendent
of the MiMith Kelly mill In Cohurg.
Rev S. A. Iinnford left the first of
,,, U,r w,"re n
HIlclKI a two weess conierence ami
from there he will go to the Columbia
The fuiall 4 year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Win. Slarks. fell from a ladder
I Suml'iy and fractured his collar bone.
It was thought for a time that there
were oilier injuries more serious, but
It has developed only a fractured col
I Mis. W. N. Thompson and little
'daughter, liladys. returned Tuesday
I from a two weeks' vacation, one of
I which was scent in Portland selecting
her tall stock of millinery, and the
last week at (iearhart and Seushle
where they motored with friends from
There was a goodly number In al
tendance at. the dance In the open-ait
pavilion last Thursday night. There
was good music, unci the floor is now
In good condition. A few coats of
pa'llt have been added and above this
jit has been Fcraprd ami parat'iiied,
I which finishes It up as llie best in the
i Walter R. Diiiiin, formerly con
i itected with the Springfield News and
a graduate of the school of Journalism
of lliu I'niverslty of Oregon, was in
town Wednesday visiting with friends.
Waller has Just been relieved from
service as u lieutenant with the :'0!lth
engineers, which have recently arrived
from overseas. Mr. Diium while hero
was very prominent in Y. M. C. A. and
church work as well us ussociate edl
I lor of the Springfield News.
NOTHING ELSE LIKE IT
There has never been anything in
Springfield with the INSTANT action
of simple buckthorn hark, glycerine,
etc us mixed in Aillerlka. ON 10
SI'OONFIU. flushes the KNTIRK
bowel tract so complet dy It relieves
ANY CASK' sour stomach, gua or con
flipation uud prevents appendicitis.
The. INSTANT, pleasant uc.'ou of Ad
lei i ku surpi laim both riueiors Rn(l P'
tiontn. M. M. Peery '''Mf Co.
Clifford Weaver, of Thuraton, waa
In town Tuesday.
Frank Crabfree. of Camp ('rnek
spent Hunday here.
Jmnen (fart, of Odar, wan In town
on business Monday.
Mra. K. W Maker who hasjheen via
King here returned to her home In
Mr. and Mm. J. W. MclHiwell apent I
Hunday with their daughter and fane I
lly, In Monroe.
Paul Scott, la upending the week at
the home of hla father C. L. Scott.
on eaal main. Mr. Scott la employed I
hy Whitfield Whltconie and Co., In i
According to telegraphic Irmtry. j
iIoiim from the Salvation Army head-1
neariera In New York, Carlton Sen-
aenaey. son of A. K. SenHens'y, of
thla city arrived In Camp Merrill Aug
ust () from oversea where he haa
heen with the Third division for thej
"Tell nie, Mlstah Hones, how did
you escape being killed over In
"Mow did Ah escape beiti' killed''
Maten, In do funt plare, do bullets
came, flrat on mah right, then on man
left, then below me and then above
me, no Ah aaya to mah legs 'Llg8
Carry On, your body la In danger.'
And they ahore did. for I caught up
with dat shell that pasaed over me
In il' next fiuarter mile." The Mesa
The man who haa a little and want:
lem in richer than the man who haa
much and wants more.
THIS WILL ASTONISH
! The ijuii k action of simple witch-
hazel, liydraatiH, camphor, etc., a
mixed In I.avoptik eye wauh, will sur
prise Springfield people) One girl
with weak, atrained eyes wan helped
by a alngle application. Her mother
could hardly aew or read because of
eye pains. In one week Khe too was
benefited. We guarantee a email bot
tle of Lavoptik to help ANY CASE
week, strained or Inflamed eyea. Al
uminum eye cup FREE. M. M. Peer)
CALL FOR WARRANTS
Notice la hereby given that I will
pay all outstanding warrants ipsued
by the Town of Sprlngfied, of the
General Fund up to and Including No.
7T7S and of the Street Improvement
Fund up to and Including No. 7796.
Interest to cease after August 16th.
O. B. KESSEY,
TO THE FARMERS OF
The Importance and value of
silo on your farm can hardly
be over estimated. We are not
agents for any alio hut we do
want to help you in every way
we can. nnd If you own your
farm or are in a position to
Justify the expense, we will be
glad to aid you financially in
adding a silo to your equip
ment. SPRINGFIELD FIRST NA
I pay from 10 to 100 per cent more
j tor second hand goods of nil kind.s.
land sell from 10 lr 100 per cent cheap
, The Home Furnisher.
NOTICE OF MEETING OF
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
Notice Is hereby given that 'i! til ' l
second Monday in September being i
(he 8th day thereof) 1919. the County1
: Mnard of Kiiuulization for 1-atie County j
will meet at the Court House in Kit j
gene ami publicly examine the Assess
nient Rolls and correct all errors in ;
valuations, description or qualities of;
lands, loT-s or other property assessed
i in said rolls, at which lime and place
It shall be the duty of all persons in
I ores ted to appear.
HKRHKRT 10. W.M.KKR. ,
Cure for Dysentary j
"While I was In Ashhind, Kansas,;
a gHiitletuati overheard me spi-akin ,
id Chamberlain's Colic and 1 liarrhoea I
'Remedy." writes William Whitelaw. of;
Des Moines, Iowa. "Me told mo in d3-:
;tail of what it hud done for his fum-j
J lly. but more especially hla daughter
I who was lying at the point of death (
with u violent attuck of dysentary,;
and hud heen given up by the fami.y
; physician. Some of hla neighbors ad
1 vised him to give Cuuuiburluln's Colli;
and Diarrhoea Remedy, which be did.
ami fully be'!iva that by doing no
tu"--"d the life :f h;e child. lie stated
that he had alao uaed thla remedy him -
belt with eml' frstifyiaf rental"
Boots andS hoes
Men's Gloves, Mitts
FIRST CLASS REPAIRING
We carry a very large stock of Genuine Ford Parts, We
have shop equipment for taking care of Ford Service. We
have the mechanics who understand your Ford. We have
the accessories to fit your Ford car at prices that are right.
In fact we are equipped to work on any make of car and can
furnish you with any parts or accessories you may need.
STANDARD LINES OF ACCESSORIES
CAS, O I L, ETC.,1 N STOCK
Sandgaf he & Adrian
Phone 11 Main St., bet. 4th and 5th
Having installed all new ami
up-to-date Goodyear equip
ment, I am now in line to do
your work and do it right,
L. G. Helmer
t n c
By the Famous
Go as Late at You Like
M. J- IUdinenschuelder and wtte,
who have spent the past two months
' touring California, are here enroute
J to their boaj-J la Marcola.
Forbids Your Playing Pool and
Cards at Our Place
tad Better Stay at Home.
If She Calls for You and You Are
Here We Will Tell Her So.
Clover & Cox
For Sale, Rent, Wanted, Etc.
KOR SALK A good Charter Oa
Cook Stove, and also Gas Range.
See them at II. E. Walker's. 116 U
Street, Springfield, Oregon.
FOR SALE--A bavg tin almost new
next winter coat, mirror plush with
genuine grey squirrel skin cape col
lar. Coat $35.00, will sell for J22.&J.
Call at News office.
LOST lilack kid slipper, ster buck!.
Finder please leave at News office.
LOST Small white Maltese. I'oodle
dog, answers to name of I'ompy.
Return to Mrs. Jess Smitson. Re
ward. 676 O Street.
ROBERT BURNS Lodge. No
78, A. M. F., Ancient ani
Accepted Scottish Rite Uni
venal and Symbolic Prw
Maaona meets first and thin
Friday efenlug In W. O. W
hall. Vlaltlng brothers weV
P. A. Johnaoa
Chaa. Kings well
R. W. ML