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TinmSDAT. .AUGUST It. 1022.
TUB EriUNCPTELD NEWS..
I TOWN AND VICINITY 1
Ta- W. O. W, naata rjr Tueadaj
avaarna; la tbalr ewa bonaa.
Mr. fi4 Mr. Win. Doaaldaoa spent
tail Sunday la a trip o rolf Bprlaci
and bkck. Altar witarblng thlr ear
ad thamaalaa U pulling out of ra'a
in iba detoara a-bara tbt highway ft
lara ap bf Iba naar work, tha hardl
brt wbtbr to call It a aloata.-a
trip or not
At Iba Runday Augutt 20, Batty
Compaoo, 111 "ALWAYS TUB WO
MAN," a naming romance of tba
dMrt. Tba atory of a courageous
llttla Arwrlran artraea who plltej
Tankaa ttratogy atalnet Iba ruthlet
canning of an amorous Bgyptlan
Mlaa Mildred Ward, of tba Commu
nity Caab atora. It taking a vacMlon
tf a wak. Aha will maka a vlilt flrat
at Oregon City, and will probably go
tiamlnatlnna for ith trade pupllt
bo ate under condition In any of
their atudtee will ba bold at tha home
ef Irof. 1-ambort September 7 and t
gibool will open oo Thursday Septem
NIIIONE COI18ETH, I1RAK81ERB
Mm. A. Trua t,undy. In aft-rnooae
867 Jffron, Runa. I'hone 131 fo
ppolntmenta or ratldenca calla.
Itvpona from up tba MrKenala and
tba Wlllamotto ebow that tba went
ralna wara much heavier up that way
Mfta Marjorta Rpragaa, of Marab-
ftald, la helping bar later, Mr a. J. B.
Torbnt, until acbool opana.
Milk for aala. 10 canta par quart
Cow Uibeirulla laated. Cor. Ird ao1
D. F. B. Look, a.l
Orlo Netletoo baa takaii a poaltloa
'with a lumbar company at Cartln, ba-
trn Cot tag Oroe and Drain. Ha
ran command better wagna tbera tban
ba cc uld Id tba eoau-ffka. John N.
Hamlin, tba pottmaatar'a aon, a Har
vard Undent homo nr- vacation, u
aarvlng In tba poatoffleo temporarily.
A cornorar'a Jury whic h held a aaa
linn In Rngena lat Friday, lo lnrjOiia
: Into tba facta connected with the klil-
Ing of Thema Rayty by a Southern Pa
cific train at a crotalng In Falrmooot
on Wednesday, found (bat bla death
resulted wholly from bla own neg
ligence; but. Incidentally, recommenc
ed that a high bank which flanka tba
track at that point, and obstruct tba
.view ahould be removed.
Tr. B. Itatph Dlppel, dantlnt, Spring
Mrt. W. V. Wbltlatch, whose borne
la uit beyond Natron, bad been In
Mrry hospital. Eugene, about tbrea
weeks, following a aerloua operation.
She waa brought to the heme of Mr.
and Mra. Karl Moore on Sunday, tba
tb. Mr. Moore la ber nephew. She
waa taken to her own boma laat Bator
day. She bad ao far recovered aa to
be able to move about the bouaa frea-
tha Americas Lagion convention atfpww
Tba Dalara,' and waa eoatlaoa4 la I
viaii at rosin, vrmgou. Aiur iui,
they aurtvd to coma boma by way of
tba McKeoila aaaa, bat effered a
breakdown and Vent tack for repair!
aod than want oath and croaead erar
tba Willamette paaa.
Mlaa Edna Bnabmaa, a daagbtar of
at eaalda, Oregon. Sha accompanied
Mra. Luka Goodrich, of Eo rente. I
tha World Beat
taken by Mra. Ida
St. Tboao 11SW
Larteon. 114 E
Dr. Emery ba an Ancona pullet
four and one-half month old which
began to lay tba flrat of thla week.
He baa three other of tha tamo breed
wblcb may begin laying at any time.
FRESH JERSEY MILK
AND CREAM DAILY
T- D. TESTED COWS
W. F. Cline
All order of hemstitching left at
Egglmann'a. 8c per yard for all color.
Oscar K. Morton and Mis Edna D.
Dlgg. both of Springfield, were mar
ried In tba Methodist church In Eu
gene Thursday evening. Aug. 10, Rev.
J. M, Wallers officiating. They will
maka their boma In Eugene.
L. J. Lepley la building a barn for
. Wm. Denny, near the overhead cross
ing on the Pacific highway.
Tha W. O. W. meeta every Tuesday
evening In their own borne.
W. W. WhltlatcU. of Medford. grand
father cf Earl Moore, ha been here
for tha past week visiting at tba home
of Mr. and Mrs. Moore, here, and of
his son war Natron.
Miss Mabel Taubenhelmcr. of Tort
land, made a visit of several days at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Fu
lop, returning home Monday.
Pr. 8 rtall h Mpple. dentist. Spring
Major B.i.l Mr. M. H. 'Huntley re
turr.cd Mfii lay from a threw week's
.tour, whlrli began wl:u a visit at Hood
Iliver preceding tlielr attendance at
Tha W. O. W. meets every Tuesday
evening In their own bona. , .
Ml Vetnlta Robinson, of Spokane,
arrived about tba flrat of fble week
for a two-weeka visit with tba O. 0.
Bushman family. j
Mr. and Mra Frank Cordon went to
Kltson Springs Monday. They aspect
to s'ay two or three weeka. Mr. Gor
don's health baa bean very oertouslv
Impaired for several months past, and
It la hoped that tha springs will bene,
Subscribe for tba Newa at 11.28, and
get a photograph of yourself or any
member of your family free.
Mr. Sewell Gotke, of Mabel, sus
tained a minor operation In Spring
field, on tha 13th, for effusion of the
knee, resulting from an injury.
Miss Vera rVnseney, who haa been
.at Roseburg for eoma months, cama
(home last week. She underwent a
major operation at Mercy hospital on
Saturday, tha 12th.
Mary Hager, daughter of Cbas.
Hager, of Marcola, underwent an oper
ation for tha removal of an abdominal
tumor, at Mercy hospital, Eugene, on
1 Mra. D. P. Barnard and two child
ren are here visiting Mr. and Mra.
Fred Barnard, having arrived Monday
evening by auto, after a two months
In Society -1
Names That Count
The names on packages of
drugs and chemical may
mean little to you as far
as their direct significance
Is concerned, but they will
mean much to you when
you have a prescription to
be compounded. .
We carry the grade of
goods that careful physi
cians insist upon, and it
will pay you to insist upon
All prescriptions are filled
by experienced, graduate
In both goods and service
we provide the best.
Laat Tharaday afternoon wsa tba
scene of a pretty affair -whan Mrs. J.
J. Brjraa entertained n. few Ee-stcrn
Star Jadle at bar home, on tba corner
of Ith and A etreeta. In honor of her
gaeet,' Mlaa Jana Lindaey. of Portland.
I -Daring tba afternoon Mlaa Lindae?
gave a few songs and dialect readings,
with Mlaa Helen Stevens at tba piano,
which added greatly to tba en Joy men t
of tba ladles.
After a delightful hour' spent In
needlework and conversation, the
guests repaired to a beautifully deco
rated dfenlg room, where a delicious
luncheon waa served. At tba request
.of tha hostess, small red hearts bear
ing the announcement of tha engsge-
'ment of Mlaa Jana Ltndsey to Mr.
John F. Ketel were drawn from a
Urge basket of sweet pea and baby
breath. Mlaa Crystal Bryan assisted
tba bosteaa In serving.
! Invited guest were: Mesdames C.
E. Wbeaton, C. A. Swsrts, H. M.
Stewart, B. A. Waakburne, Lidla Me
Gowan, D. W. Crites, A. J. Morgan,
Eugene Kester. M. M. Peery, J. L.
Clark. W. F. Walker and Misses Jana
Lindner, Helen Steven and Crystal
Clarence C Lad wig, of Portland.!
and Miss Virginia Myrtle Copenhaver,
were married at tha home of the.
Th'e Literary Digest's prohi
bition straw poll may have been
intended frto shAw -which way
the wind blows, but It was not
Intended to show bow the land
Hot weather Dteeeeea.
Disorder of tba bowel ara a'
tremely dangeroua particularly dur
ing tha hot weather of tba eonwner
months, and In order to protect yewf'
self and family against a endden at'
tack, get a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic and Dtanrohea Remedy. It can
tm depended upon. Many have testi
fied to ita excellence. - - .. .
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AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE
bride's mother, Mr. Adeline Copen
haver, In Edgeae, Sunday evening,
August 13, at 8 o'clock. Rev. J. T.
Moore officiating. Mra. Copenhaver
and her family were residenta of
Springfield for many year, and are
well known to all tba older residents
of (be town and vicinity. Myrtle has
been a successful teacher for several
years, here, at Weat Springfield,
. The treet commissioner, within the Wendllng an) lately In Pcrtland. She
past tew daya, ba finished grading la a graduate of tha atato university
Dr. 8. Ralph Dipple, dentist. Spring-
trip In Idaho and Montana. They will ,,eM' Oregon.
leave In a few daya for Palo Alto,
"olifornla, where they will maka their
'17th and 18th streets from East Main Mr. Ludwlg la secretary of the state
F. B. Ohase and family, of Prune- street to tha northern limit. Tha conservation committee.
vflks. have rented a cottage at New- property owners who petitioned for na newiy weaaea coupie wiu
port, and will spend a season of a' this work ara to surface these grades spend a short season at Newport, and
month or so there. They went ev- with gravel. .will make their home in Portland,
eral day ago. Tbey are going on ac-' ' ,
count of Mr. Chase and other mem- At th Be Wednesday. August 23.
ber of the family Dougla MacLean In "THE JAIL- coma yetferday afternoon, and had to
BIRD." Anotber tippy romance that's be brought home. Ho was on the
It. O. Masters, who sold hi bust- all Joy. Tha tale of an oil well fake, street this rooming. Mr. May is back
ness yesterday, expects to engage In a hick town editors woes, and a jell- at wcrk again.
th buying and selling of used cars In birds Tight into love.
Eugene. But first he will xke a lit-., ' 'if any foreigners asks you
tie Jaunt Into California. His mother, i-awrence way was orr auiy at tna any embarrassing questions
is going to Southern California to mill four or five days during the past pboyt the scantiness ot Ameri
ajend the winter, and he and bis wife week on account of sickness. J. W. ran women's dress, tell him our
will accompany her as fur as Corning, Coffin took his place at tbo saw, a benevolent ladl?3 have sent
anj miifce a short vllt there. .place he used to fill; but was over- most of their clothing to the
WM. a HUGHES
FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCE
Successor to John Edwards and
Bellinger tt Mcpherson Insurance
agencies. Office at
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DR. N. W. EMERY
Button Bldo.. Prion 20-J
Residence Phena 12S-W
W. N. COSSLER
Cleaning and Pressing
, Suits to Order
Main Street Telephone
Between 3rd & 4th 61
COMMUNITY CASK STORE
WHERE CASH BEATS CREDIT. WHY PAY MORE?
Full Creatii Cheese, per lb - 2c
21G(. oz. cans Sardines -5c
5 cans American Sardines
4 cans Blue Jacket Sardines - 25c
2 cans Norwegian Sardines 25c
Good Jar Rubbers 5. cents per dozen
W. M. GREEN, Proprietor
, THE LEADING GROCER
MOON & MOON
Successor to Egglmano Bakery
I ill ii 1
1 him kW . . M l I imfj
D. W. ROOF
FINE -WiATCH REPAIRING
. A. A. ANDERSON
Friday and Saturday
Razors Honed 50c
DR. S. RALPH DIPPEL
j The finest dressed people in
. Oregon are those in Spring
j field. WHY?
i Because - .
RAMSEY, The Tailor i
Prices on Hartford
Passenger Car Tires
and Tubes, effective
ject to war-tax, the
'war-tax Inning been
WE'VE known motorists to go along for
years thinking they were getting high
value for their tire money until they dis
covered the tremendous economy of
It's safe to say that you too will get a new
idea of what a good lire .can do when you
start with Hartfords.
A brand that has been 6aving people's
tire money ior a quarter of a century.
W. F. WALKER
Full Auto Equipment
W. O. W. block ;
Office pbooe C2. Red. phone 67 J
F. O. SPENCER
t ' , ' s .
We Recommend Hartford Tires and Tubes
FRANK A. DE PUE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
NOTARY PUBLIC f
Cabrrlial Deafaess Cannot Be Corel
by local applications, as they cannot
reiuli the diseased portion ot the wr.
Catarrhal Lx-aiiicita rotjulres constitu
tional treatment. HAI.L'H CATAItRIi
MlilrciNl0 1.4 a conuiitutional remedy.
Catarrhal Pcufnsa is caused by an in
flamed condition of the mucous lining; of"
the Eustachian Tube. When this tuh Is -Innamed
you have a rumbling sound or
Imperfect hearing, and when It la entire
ly ch'tel l'rafness is tha result. Unless)
the ln:'.ammaticn cat he r?.lu.ed. your
hearing may he dos(rov-1 forever.
HALL'S CATARRH MKDiClNB acta
thruugh the blood on the mucous aur
facea of the system, thus reducing tha In
flammation and restoring normal condi
tions. Circulars free. AH Drug-Rista. i
P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio. '
Legal Ouar&ates Oiverx
We md e Knitm no naio continue ward.
Ak to see We-o-ui Pile TrasUueat.
KETEL'S DRUG STORE