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ed by WOh A'MIUr.
PdTesionM Service H. Walker wan coHftniwI to
his home Saturday by reacon of
This Is-- store whoro the profviMlonal sido of Pharmacy
iiineM, Tho Plrie Kedle club was en- "rtie Gkatierswiil ghje 10c Em- -
tertained Thursday afternoon evakl Tea. adr kwial at the )UMI, Of
lu oinpliRHfccd. .
HlKh Rcheel klrls met Tkurs by Mrs. L. B. Thompson and her kme of Mrs. W. F. Walker m una inw iiim fnntm i n
Wo rotibgiUzo oilr responsibility to the'publlc. day and Friday eveillnic arid or daughter, Avis. At the close b( C etreft near Mill on Thursday, chh htttlnr will bAtdreT4 (Ion.
tml of im caM
KHiilzcd a camp of the Oregon the afternoon the hosteflees March IIS. wMch H mtOm Vat mi lnM4 i
To our tobhnlcal knowledge and years of oxpxorlonco Trail. served a dainty ju'hcheon. The
guests of the club Were Mrs. Nearly a score of young peo- cannot bIfn (eauMd by Mrrt(J Own. cum of lit
grown Red Clover Jules Dlmlck and Mrs, Castle, ple made up a "Jalklrig party" Bn tor clrmUf, trtf, CO., Wtnt
wo ndd a superior sorvlco, currt ,j Hell's
seed, 8 and 17c per lb. at M. C. and club members present were that walked to Hendricks park, r. J, OHEKKT 3k VHt, OW.
Our Interests are mutual.
Dressier & son's. Mrs. Ttuddlman, Mrs. Maglll, bh the hills between Springfield rill it
If right drugs, right Borvlcoat(d' right prices aro an Mrs. Tomsetn, Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. and Eugene Sunday afternoon. J
Wild's Linoleum In stock Wlhnlo Thompson, Mrs. W. G. ,'j'iioso wno maue uie trip were
Inducement, wo hUouUI llko to bo your famllDrugglsts, arid 12 ft. widths. I lay den & Hill, Mrs. Charles Dorrity-- , Mrs. 'Ulsfe Holverson, Nellie NIckson,
3-- G N. Dr. W.
Metcalf tno Homo furnisners Townsend, Mrs. Richmond, Mrs. France Travis, Ethlyn Powers,
Klser, Mrs. Van Valzah, Miss Ruby Senseney, Gertrude
Mary Roberts, Mrs. Griffin, Mrs,
Erma Barkman, 'Evelyn
Rov. and Mrs. J. T. Moore McPhcrson. (Barkman, Francis Lamberty, TELEPHONE
were dinner guests of Mr. and Hubert Travis, Fenner Travis, Office in the I. O, O. F. B4MbiS
AirB. uopennaver rnuay even
ing. Miss Laurel Griffin celebrated 'Norman Anderson, Claude Slg- - SPRINGFIELD, 6ft COON
her twenfth birthday anniver- Roy Cairns.
Norwood Cox is confined to sary on March 3 with a delight- j , J. H. BOWER
his home on A street with what ful party at the home of her par- Lawyer.
NEVER appears to be an attack of the ents, Mr. and Mrs. R, N. Griffin. Sunday school class made Scott's
Members of Charles
merry S31 Phoae 1221 It.
SUBSTITUTE grip. Games were played and sortgs Willamette L EutM,rrcn
siing, "Anchor Secure" being the .at the Methodist wuu many iea- -. church parlors
Mrs. Florence Crawford of favorite, until a late hour when vtiuuy uveiung
games and ; TJ
Vancouver, Washington, Is vis refreshments were served. The features. There were stunts of various sorts, and Mr. rrOQUClS nOme
Harness piled In first class lting iier uaugnter, Mrs. wi guests were Vclma Gore, Myrtle acott gave a very mteresung Dp
m'. 01 i not go out of town lor'ay-tel- k
1 shape by Wolf & filler.
Wo lifiht biittcr wrappers.
Starks. McBee, Alta Wilcox, Helen Stev-
ens, Edna Moe, Charlotte Stew-
Cultivation of the Campbell art, Julia Wood, Gusta Brabham, ber of samples from his collec- -j ckes
on agates, showing a nxim-'tU- m the une of
Plioiio 2 Wll do 'the rest.. Walker hop ranch between' Eu Hazel Hayden, Edwina Parsons, tlon. The matter of a-- suitable i can obtain theet" rlgkt at beat WX"
Switches made from comb- gene and Springfield was begun J0e Clark, Lewis Jones, Walter class room was discussed, and
I db all kinds' of altering last week. all members of the class decided htime.
ings. Mrs. J. 13, Sowash. MG14
Our floor covering depar- Cleaner.
and repairing. Jenkins, tho
J. A. Cox has recovered from Griffin.
Thomas, Edgar Collins, Walter to work for an addition to the q
Hayden, laul Nice and Frank church, to be used as a class r i ,t - j
his recent illness sufficient to be room. A room the size nronoeel a vnna. ;ii5 y'
tment's complete. Hayden & Mr, and-Mr- Will lnrrpjK thi Rpntlrfs' fann - ' .
Metcalf. 9-t- Alkenof Eugene at the store the greater part of The Kensington club was city of the church "by 200 The XJA'REFUL, CONSCiENTrOflS
visited .Mr. 'and frsVLf ,W. Clark tho day. charmingly entertained Friday 'entertainment features were fol- - L
Mrs. liuchanan tvIio ban been Sunday. aiternon at tile home or Mrs. w. t lowed Dy a uengnuui y.
ill for, a week Or more, Is mUch Miss Florence Coffin was ab F. Walker. A dainty luncheon
Btiv 'some dnndv homc- - sent from duty at tho First Na followed an afternoon at needle- !,luncheon. Arrangements forj
Improved. were in cnarge oili
(miido candles of tho Loyal tlonal bank today on account of work. Guests of the club were 'ine evening
J. P. Ames of West Springfield Alphas at tno food salo Satur- illness. ' Mrs. Alex McKenzle. Mrs. Stev- Myrtle Copenhaver,'Miss Grace! DR. J. E. RICHMOND
has leased his place to George day. enson (Vancouver, B. C), Miss ttt1k
Mr. tmd Mrs. Ronald Roberts Marian Harper,
t - r l in
waiKqr, iuu?a urace xnaie, jwjiss PHONES: Office, 3; Rnhence, 111-- J
for this year. Miss Alice Kest-e- r, Lacy Conenhaver and J. L. Scott ,
a Wild's linoleum gives best moved to the Bryan house on A Mrs. Jessie Newman. Mem- Over Commercial 'Bank,
Mrs. II. F. Ogdcn from service. For sale by Haydcn & street between Fifth and Sixth bers present were Mrs. O. 13.
visited Miss Alice Stnnl- - Metcalf. Saturday.
The N. tJ. O. Sewing clob
Kesscy, Mrs. A. Mlddleton, Mrs. formerly the Jolly Twelve, was Springfield, Oregon.
ger Friday and Saturday. The News BOy Quartette Q. E. Swarts. Mrs. C. E. Wheaton
entertained last Wednesday by
' You can get tho Mrs. A. Mlddleton, Mrs. C. E.
Mops nnd Polish at Beaver Home tulent, will be an added at Swarts. Mrs. Clark Wheaton. Mrs. Howard Woods. Hereafter See
MlSs Catherine Williams of Iractlon at the Bell Wednesday the meetings will be held Tues- -
Eugene visited her sister, Mi's. Ilcnidon Hardware Co. evening. 5 and 10c. Mrs. Harry Whitney, Mrs. Henry day afternoon, and the next one j&QWZLTdS OL JDr&ttSllt, o
Ferol Perkins last week. Tho probabilities are that tho e Korf, Mrs. W. F. Walker. Miss will be at the home of Mrs. B. A. i '
local Ico plunt will commence Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Green Edna Swarts. The club will Washburne. The guests of the For ?rm and I Pr,8Pery
Mrs. Jcanetto Richardson and formerly Interested in the Ellto meet two weeks hence with Mrs.
Mr8.McDevItt took Sunday din- operations about April 1. " wav "Vv I
gier with Mr. and Mrs. Ncet. cafeteria, left Saturday noon for and Miss Swarts. Mrs. Elizabetli Stewart, Mrs. I. Springfield Phone 30
George Fisk went to Marcola Portland where they will reside D. Larimer and Mrs, R. N. Grifiln
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Coffer Saturday lb take hp ihls 'duties Mr. Neet's class of "Bound to
JocGilkey has accpted a posl Win" boj-- and Mrs. Sparks' 'PARRISH & SON,
tof Wcndllng spent the weekend as a deputy game warden. The Idilio club gave one of Its
tlon witn the Coast Range Luin "Sunshine Girls" held their busi- enjoyable dancing parties at the
in Springfield visiting friends. Dr. R. P. Mortcnsen moved ber company, and will go to ness meeting and social Friday Reapers hall Saturday evening. Successor to CalKIm & Sen.
his family to the Fry houso at Mabel when the mill starts next evening at the home of Howard "Mrs. Wilson of Eugene and Mrs.
xThe News Boy quartette in General Drayage' Business,
"songs, comcdytund instrumental Sixth nnd A streets last Friday. week. m m 9 COtton. Tomseth were, the patronesses. Pianos Moved.
duct at the Bell Wednesday eve- sMlss Erma Barkman has ac- Leo Smith, formerly of this 1hone 70 Spr I h gf t
ning. cepted a position as stenograph- place, was In town last week on NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. rffn. a.-- O
Department of the Interior,
er in E. E. Morrison's real estate lils way 'from 'Grants Pass to; iCIassified Ads TJ. S. Litnd Office at Roteburg, Ore - Pce Ninth au.
' Mr. and Mrs. Ed Beck of Eu- -: ofllco.
Reno visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Emorson and Mrs. George FIsk Don't fall to see Pearl White
Lebanon, where 'the family wll
gm, March 2.1915.
Notice Is hereby given tbat George
.William Footer, of VWa, Oregon, who.
flD U V WTSVI 1 OillECCD D, U
Ln l fit.
Sunday. escape from tho submarine,, Miss Anna Rutledge and Miss For Sa'e, Rent, Wanted, Etc on; "October 1G,No. 075M, Homestead Entry, Serial
1S11, raade Aiun ntuTiiiT
for the W
Tuesday and Wednesday even- Gertrude Walling, Instructors In of NAVU aad "NWU of SWii of Sec- - Suite 2. These SS8, EUGENE,
'Miss Ada Rcnnc, daughter of, ings at the Bell. the Springfield public schools A FEW FULL BLOODED PLY tlon 20, Township 1$ South, Range 2,- Rflair?pnpft oyer Dodpp'a Stririf
Mr. and Mra. II. W. Rcnno is spent the week-en- d with friends MOUTH ROCK cockerels for East, and on March 4, 1914, made Ad-
.quite ill at the liquio of her par- - Gqpd reliable flro Insurance. at Corvallis. sale. Inquire of H. E. Walker dlttonal Homestead ofEntry, Serial No. ,
cnts on D street hear Sixth. No assessments; no membership at' the City hall. 093S0 for the
9 tf 20, Townshjp NEU S, Range 2 Section -
E Wll '
The Knights and Ladles of Se lamette Meridian, has filed notice of
Howard Woods and wife loft fee. Pny once nnd you are done.. curlty at their last meeting, de
Saturday for San Francisco on II. E. Walker at tho City Hall. FOR SALE Full blooded white Intention establish claim to the land OprillgllCACl VATftfifC
to make Final Three-ye- ar
elded to hold sessions twice each I
n business and pleasure trip. month, on the second and the Wyandotte Roosters from above described, before I. P. Hewitt, H. SANDGATHE
They expect to bo absent about Oliver Johnson took one load fourth Thursdays, prize winning strain. E. P. U. S. Commissioner, the his office at at Proprietor
Eugene, Oregon, on 14th day of
two weeks. of lumber to Eucone Fridavi Lyon. Route 1, Springfield tf April. 1915. Main, bet Fourth and Fifth. Phone 11
noon that measured 5280 feet. Stella Martin and tho young Claimant names as witnesses
Mr, and Mrs. Ilerhert Baker There were 440 pieces of 2x4, 18 lad'c wl-- o have had rooms at FOR SALE Eggs from fancy Luvern Chllson, of Vida, Oregon. SPRINGFIELD ORESON -
of Eugene and Mr. and Mrs. I. foot long. Benjamin MInney, of Vida, Oregon.
her house, moved TYlday to the
Fry house on the northeast cor- - bred Partridge Wyandotts William Foster, of Vida, Oregon. Frank MInney, Oregon.
Sutton of Springfield wore dln-n-
'guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
A lock has been put on the ner or Fifth and A street. $1.50 per 15 at the house, Gth
J. M. UPTON.
DR. P. H. EACAN
Sparks Sunday. at doors of tho city hall. Boys had and D streets Springfield, Ore. tApr.S Register. Veterinary, Surgeon
made It a practice to go In thero Mr. and Mrs. R. Snodgrass are Phone 108 R W. L. Dunlap,
A now stock of Wall Paper, early In the evening, and the moving their household (goods
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Office: Wamsck's .Feed Barn
all the now and latest designs, furniture was suffering. from Oakridgo to Coburg. Mr. Department of the Interior
Snodgrass Is a b'rakeman "on tho WE FURNISH BUILDING TJ. S. Land Ofllco at Roseburg, Ore- Phones: Office 904
hns Just been received by Beav- -
Hardware Co. The E. E. Morrison, local agent of Oakridge-Alban- y passenger. LOANS IN SPR1NFIELD, or gon. February IS, 1915. Residence 1122-- J 1
the West coast loans on "residence Notice is hereby given that Mary EUGENE - - OREGON
Yellow "Front "Store. ve
association today unloaded two 'Mrs. Jesse Smith and 'daugh property. You can srepay Cole, asofheir and administratrix of the
Estate Columbus Cole, deceased, of
The Reapers of America gavo carloads of seed potatoes for ter, Mrs. Charles Thomas of Eu
a very enjoyable smoker at their members of the Springfield lo- gene, were in Springfield Sat
urday mornlntr visltincr friends.
loans like rent. Call or write Marcola, Oregon, who, on February B,J
for particulars. Peterson-Skothel- 1915, made application to purchase un
& Co,, Register der Sec. or Act or Mar. 3, 1SS7, for Homeopathic Phys.ichkn
J. F. Titus,
hall following the lodge session cal. the "use and benefit of the heirs and
! Friday "niKht. Steamed clams The Smith family Is moving building, Eugene, Ore. assigns of Columbus Cole, deceased, and Sargaan
were tho'chlof Item of 'the menu. W. A. Reynolds of 'Eugene has from Grants Pass tojebanon. No. e?993, for Lot 2 of Section 19. Obstretrics and Diseases 'ef CWUirvk
purchased the blue printing FOR "SALE 17-f- t. new boat. Township 16S, Itange 1W., Wlllamctto
Charles llivett, formerly a business of C. H. Kain and is Patronize Home Industry. Call at Springfield Planing Meridian, has filed notice of intention I
President of Springfield, but now bundling this line of Work. He Ask your furniture dealer Mill or Phone 130W8. 9tf. to make Final Proof, to establish claim (Res. Phone 61. Office Ffeoae 29
to the land above described, .before l.
'at Bethany, Nebraska, arrvlcd has an oxtra largo printing lor inose roiuing clothes racks P. Hewitt, U. S. Commissioner, at bis Residence 283; "West 9tli
fSaturday' to visit friends and to 'frame for map work,. WANTED TO BUY Cattle for office, at Eugene, Oregon, on the Gth Office 938 Will. Street
made by the Springfield Planing fattening purpasos. JNo Jer- day of April, 1915.
look after his property Interests Mill company. Eugene, - - Oregon.
fliere, Jesse Larison. son of Mr. tmd seys. Palmer Bros. Phone Claimant names as witnesses:
Norman R. Workman, of Marcola.
lOtf Oregon; G. M. Apger, of Marcola, Ore-
Mrs. George Larison, who hurt Elite Hotel Dining Room.
Mrs. A. W. Dugan, sister of his foot several weeks ago, fell
Dr. J. R. Ban, returned to her again Sunday and broke rin Meals will be served at the URNISHED HOUSEKEEPING gon; J. S. Churchill, of Mai cola, Ore-
gon; E. C. Rowland, of Marcola, Ore- O. R. Gullion,
Voms' 'for' 'rent. 'Call at Mor- gon.
(homo at Marcola yesterday In his foot tit the. point of Elito hotel dining room at the
rison. office. 12 J. U. UPTON
Practice Limited tl
having spent five weeks in tho old injury. Tho Jienior- - toiiowhiK hours: .29 Register. Eye,ar, Note and Threats
tho Springfield hospital, follow- rhago was quite severe. Breakfast 6:00 to 8:00 HOUSE 'and lot fbr
ing an operation. Dinner ,12:00 'to 1j?0 sale Or rent. Modern 'conven-ilence- s. Graduate Nurse Attending
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Word received today from Supper C;00 to 730 jEasy terms. Call ;at Department of the Interior 395, White Temple, Eugene.
John McKay and Lot Miss Margaret Hprd, who re-
News office U. S. Land Office at Roseburg, Ore
were In Sprlngfiold this cently left hero for her old home Program, Boll Theatrfe, Tuesday gon, March 3, 1915. SURPRISES MANY
Jmornlng on their way to Wond-yln- g In Kansas, states that she arrlv-- 1 anu Wfltinosday. LOST Saturday, broWn pocket Notice Is hereby civon that coy Els- - IN SPRINGFIELD
where they will work 'wltsh1 od there In time to oxperlonce "PERILS OF PAULINE" 18th book containing coin and ton, of Vida, Oregon, who, on April
koys. Finder please leave :at 30, 1912, made Homestead Entry, The QUICK action of simrile buck
the brldgo crow putting In the, an old fashioned blizzard, episode, A thriller. Seo Pearl for
News office nnd receive liberal Tp. 1G No. H07934, and Lot of NEU of, thorn , bark, the remedyetc., aa jnisecl in
Serial 4 of Sec. 34, glycerine,
;new turn table lor tno s. iJ. White escape 'from the sub- S. 3 E, ivhlefu became.
t Rov. and Mrs. Elsonmengor marine. ' reward. ,
Section 3, Township 17 S, Range 3 E., famous by curing appendicitis, is Sur-
Willamette Morldlhn, has fllod notice prising SprinKlielti pooplo. Many have
SAY, Do you know that If left Sunday evening for Portland "MAX IN A DIFFICULT POSI- R, O. A, hall for rent. Well Ven- - 'of intention to make Final Threetfear found that this simple reraduy drains
?you wolud let Hall, the Shoo and Seattle for a visit of a week. TION." One reel comodv. to janu
tllated and lighted, clean and i Proof, to ostamisn ciannStacytno Rus so much fonll matter from the system.
iDoctdr, repair those qld shoes Thoy will return to Snrlncflold "PICTORIAL GRENOBLE." warm. Kitchen ;and dining above described, bofore at his office that A SINGLE DOSE relieveson eon- -
U'hoy would last longer than now before leaving for their old homo sell. Clerk of Lnno County, ctlnation, sour
Educational and 'scenic. room attached. 'Rates treason- at Eugene, Oregon, on the 16th day of stomach almost stomach nnd km .tho
wics nnd bo a HEAP more com- m Pennsylvania. "PATHS NEVVS."-N- o 8, Edu- able. Apply to Fi-e- Watko, April. 1915.
la tho ni03t thorcu'gh bowel
fortable and cheaper. Fifth and Partlos wishing to m
cational. Excellent program, Gilbert Davis 6r W- - A. Hull. Clatmant names as witnesses; cleanser over said. M, H, Pcery, drug.- -
'Main 'strdots. contribute Frank 13. Mason, of Vida, Oregon.
of Vida, Oregon.
clothing to tho Asoclated Char- Call for Warranto, OR RENT 00 acre farm, crop James Nea Joe "VVeakfield, of Vida, Oregon.
Notlco la hereby glvoh that I will most all in, miles 'east iof Belle Jolly, of Vida, Oregon. S Per Cent MONEY B Per Cent
The Coast Rango Lumber ities will pleaso obIc ifhelr gro- pny all outstanding Street Imnrove 2
MONtY 6 Per Cent
company pf Mabel, on Friday cery dollvorymon to take the ment warrants against the Town of Creswell, Glover&a'le. Address J. Iff. TfPTON
Register. , Iuib ihav '.he 'Ohtktefed
Box 281, Springfield. tAprS
frecordeda bill of Talo 6f 1,229,-$5- 5
supplies to E. !E. tyorrlson's, Sprlhgriold up to .and. Including r mini-be-
r - ...
. ....-- 4e 'tmR'ccef tVil 'ml "Bte jwc u
feet "of lumber now in the where they will bejaken cafe of, February 23, 1915. will cease after 'lKivltegeg j 'carioiii)pB4ihce
The man and thoKib are eas- - Celebration of eMsWR;j
Mabel yards 'to'tho Henry Davis uy oruer or "the TbWn Council.
jfljumbor company of Portland,. JENNIE FENWICK, or brought together.if aiot kept new lliil "seanler 'line 'Mfsco'
LILLIAN- - OORn IB. --
,7,68 sCUs, jBlectrlc l
The salo price is $5,000. Pres. Associated Charities., 7t4 , Town Treasurer. apart by too much legislation.' at Flavcl, Mar, 15. AtrfTf CWMft 4
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