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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1916)
THE BPIUNQfflB&D NES
MONDAY DEC. 18, lOlfl.
We have a splendid assort
ment of fresh
at 15 and 20 cents per pound.
FRESH ENGLISH WALNUTS
20 cents per pound.
Best California Walnuts 25
.'cents per pound.
: Brazil nuts 20 cents pound.
Cocoauuts 15 cents each.
! CALIFORNIA NAVAL
30-40-50 cents per dozen.
(Nice & Miller
"We deliver all orders."
" SOCIAL EVENTS
MRS. W F. WALKER
18 HOSTESS FOR 15
''Eleven members of the Needlecraft
club and four guests were delight
fully entertained at tho home of
Mrs. W. F. Walker on Thursday af
ternoon. Needlework and conver
sation occupied the attention, until
a little later, when orange Ice cream
cake and coffee became the center of
interest Club .members present
were: Mrs. W. II. Pollard, Mrs. Robert
.Drury, Mrs. R. P. Mortenson, Mrs. it.
L. Kirk, Mrs. Edgar E. Martin, Mrs.
. J. E. Richmond, Mre. George Catching,
Mrs. H. E. Walker, Mrs. J. P. Fry.
i'Mrs. Milton Bally, and the hostess
fllrs. W..F. Walker. Guests for the
'afternoon included Mrs. J. T. Moore,
. jiMiss Margaret Morris, Mrs. L. E.
Durrin, and Doctor Kester. The next
"meeting will be held with Mrs. Mae
'Stevenson after the holidays.
Miss Estella Martin was a dinner
;, guest of Mrs. Susan Gile, and Miss
. Lulu Gile at their home on Mill street
' on Thursday evening.
ACTIVITIES OF OTHLR
Coburg, Decombor 1C. Mr. and Mrs.
Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. N. J
Nelson Jr. motored to Springtlold Sun
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Anderson and
family motored to Springfield Sunday.
E. DurMiiKor of Eugeno visited his
parents horo last week.
Tom Van Duyn was In Eugene last
week on Business.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Tonneson motor
ed to Eugene Sunday.
Mrs. Ida Alllngham returned from
Albany whero she has been viBltin
C. Hurd left for Portland Thursday
Dr. and Mrs. Mcndenhall were In
Tho Ladles Embroidery club mot
nt Mrs. L. Jarnogin's Friday after
Opal Jarvts was In Eugene Satur
Mr. and Mrs. Dug. Wasson motored
to Eugeno Friday.
E. R. Payne, Clarenco Taylor aud
Roy Camp transacted business In town
Thomas Van Duyn had a light stroke
of paralysis last week, but has nearly
E. E. Crandall motored to Eugeno
N. J. Nelson Jr. will give a dance
in the I. O. O. F. hall Friday even
Herbert Cox of Springfield Is visit
ing here this week
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Nelson went to
Eugene Wednesday on business.
Miss Stuart, teacher of the Coburg
school, was in Eugene Saturday. -
Mrs E. E. Crandall who has-been
in the Eugene hospital for some time
is imporving now.
Walter Tyler motored to Eugene
Mrs. Cal Johnson was in Eugeno
Thursday on business.
Alvin Taylor transacted business
in town today,
J. Hopkins returned from Portland
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pirtle motored to
Elmer Cook of this city has been
working for John R. Fitzhugh of Eu
gene for the past two weeks.
. MRS. B. G. VAN VALZAH
HOSTESS TO ARTISANS
The United Artisans ladles were
very pleasantly entertained at the
.hqnie of Mrs. B. G. Van Valzah on j
nana oeconu sireci, lasi i nursuay . ., ,-zt Wednpsdnv at
Donna, December 16. H. V. Ham
mitt and Monroe Hill made a business '
.trip to Eugeno Wednesday December
Mr. John McGee left herelastWerl
nosday for Monmouth, Oregon, whero
he intends to spend the winter.
Miss Iona Gillespie left here for
Eugene Wednesday, returning homo
Mrs. Gouriey spent the time bet-
Big Closing Out Sale
Men's Clothing, Furnishing Goods, and Store Fixtuers
All goods will be sold at cost and many items below cost.
We will absolutely quit business and everything must be sold
SUITS AND OVERCOATS OVERALLS, Good 9 oz. Denim
All $15.00 Suits now $9.50 Regular $1.25 Overalls now 95 cents
All $12.50 Suits now $8.00 Regular $3.00 work Trouser now $2.00
$12.50 and $15.00 Overcoats now $10.00 $1.25 Khaki now 90 cents
$3.00 Slickers $2.10. $1.50 Khaki now $1.00
Tin Coats $1.65. Tin Trousers $1.65 $1.75 Khaki now $1,20
SHIRTS " UNDERCLOTHES
60c wash Shirts 40 cents Shirts and Drawers, the 60c kind 40c
$1.00 wash Shirts 80 cents $1.00 Union Suits 75c
Good wool Shirts $1.00 and up $1.50 Union Suits $1.10
$5.00 Logger Shirts $3.75 50c Summer Underwear 35c
Lumberman's Mittens, regular 75c for 55c $1.00 Summer Underwear 75c
SWEATER COATS and JERSEYS MISCELLANEOUS
$1.50 Sweater Coats $1.00 All 25c Hose 19c
$2.75 Sweater Coats $1.75 50c Sjlk Hose 35c or 3 pr $1.00
$2.00 Jerseys $1.25 W(.
$3.00 Jersey. $2.10 L2S DrcM G,oves 75c
$6.50 Dinner Coats $4.00 All 15c Collars 10c
Bathing Suits 38c, 55c and 65c All 50c Neckties 40c
DRESS SHIR IS HATS and CAPS
$1.50 Dress Shirts $1.05 All $3.00 and $3.50 Mallory Hats 2.00
$1.00 Dress Shirts 80c nft , - nft u to
$1.00 Dress Shirts with French cuff 80c 4'00 and 5'00 Hat 2,75
Shirts with collars on 75c to $1.50 All Caps at one-half price
aiiernoou. rancywor was me oruer home of H w Gustln.
of "the meeting, after which the hos- j H w Swafford and son Eimer ship
tess served ice cream, cane,
the following members, Mrs,
loaded, received orders to wait
Mrs. M. M. Male, Mrs. Ida Larison. a refrigerator on account of the weath
Mrs. Robert Reed, Mrs. Lilly Gibbs, er
Mrs. C. A. Townsend, and Mrs. Ed Kes- , 'npn stnffor.l returnml homp from
Sale Will Commence Wednesday Morning, December 20
C. E. SALES, Toggery, Springfield, Ore.
er on Camp Creek Friday to see about
Mr Castlo of Spores Siding was
hero between trains Friday " Decem
Leo Seavey and Itoy Heck went to
Marcola last Friday evening to seo i.
aesiuts pe(j a car loa(j of p0tatoes the other i
Adeline ,inv n,1 wlion tm hml tho Mr Tinrtlv i
Copenhaver was an additional guest: r(!P,VPI, nrlfirs fo wal. for trip to Marcola last Saturday.
the basketball game there.
S. C. Sundermnn made a business
ter. The next meeting will be held at
the home of Mrs. Townsend on Thurs
day, December 28.
Good For Constipation.
Chamberlains Tablets are excel
lent for constipation. They are pleas
Eugene last Wednesday where he has
been spending the past few days.
Mrs. L. D. Pierce was in Marcola
botween trains last Wednesday. -
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Conley and son
Gerald made a business trip to Eugene
ant to take and mild and gentle In (Friday.
effect. Obtainable everywhere. i John Adams and Ad. Albro were ov
Springfield Racket Store
IN THE KEPNER BUILDING
Is open for business. Here is the
place to purchase Dolls, Toys,
China, Crockery, Kitchen Ware
and Candies for Christmas.
Come in and look around.
Springfield Racket Store
Main Street Between Third and Fourth.
Mrs. M. Hill has been ill the last
few days with rheumatism. She H
unable to do anything for herself.
Mr. W. C. Seavey has been compl
aining of a lame back for several days.
The Royal Neighbors held their reg
ular meeting last Wednesday after
noon and elected the following officers:
Mrs. W. C. Seavey, President; Mrs.
F. L. Crenshaw, vice president; Mrs.
Alice Lfc wis,, secretary; .Mrs. Glen
Stacord, treasurer; and Mrs. L. D,
The Grange held their regular meet
ing in the ball here Saturday, anl
elected the following officers: Claude
Hammitt, master; J. It. McGee, Over
seer; Mrs. Claude Hammitt, secre
tary; C. W. Zumwalt, chaplain; Mrs,
Alec Lewis, lecturer, Mrs. J. C. Nich
olson, treasurer; Mr. F. L, Crenshaw,
Mrs. F. L. Crenshaw, ceres; Mrs. M.
Davis, pomona; and Mrs. M. Hill,
Alec Lewis, Steward.
DR. J. E. RICHMOND
PHONES Office, 3; Realdence, 118-J
Over Commercial Bank,
DR. N. W. EMERY
SUTTON DLDQ. - PHONE 20-J
HERBERT E. WALKER
Omcr fn City Hall, nprlnatield. Or,
Dr. ADALINE KEENEY FERRIS
Homeopathic Phyilcfan and Surgaen
Office, Uaptlst Parsonago
Corner Second and C Stroots
HOUU8: TO 12. PHONE i6
W. F. WALKER
Office Phunt dS; PeMdence 67-J
West Main St.
EFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Men's CloveB. Wool MacklnawB.
Wool Shirts. Wool box. dress box.
fc 1 rV'i
Bedroom Bllppers. Rubber boots.
iuo'. iu io
WOLF & MILLER
Water proof youif Shoes' witU'MllJer's 'Shoe Grease."
Thurston, December 16. Miss Grace
Piatt of Eugene is visiting her bro
thers, George and Walter, at tills place.
Andy Calvert of netfr Junction City
is visiting his sisters, Mrs. Ray Baugh
and Mrs, John Edminston.
Clinton Mathews of Colorado Springs
is visiting at the home of his cousin,
The Thurston Improvement club is
anticipating a good time in the hall
this evening. After a few helpful
and Instructive talks from some of
our county officials are heard, a local
program will be rendered and lun
cheon will be served to all.
Cedar Flat, December 10. There
will be a Christmas tree In the Cedar
Flat school house Saturday evening
December 23. Everybody is cordia
Mrs. J. Huchlnn and children have
returned home after a thrco -weeks
visit Jn California.
Mrs. Earnest Conley Is spending
the week end with hor mother in
And Buy Your
Before Jan. 1, 1917
Some Special Offers
American Boy and Boy's Life $2,50
American Magazine and Womans Home Com- ....
Century Magazine and St. Nicholas 7.00
Delineator and Everybody's 3 00
Home Needlework and Modern Priscilla 1.75
Ladies' World, McClures and Boy's Life ......3.00
Review of Reviews and Youth's Companion ..;.5',00
I can make good prices on ronewals,
Walter R. Dimm
News Office "hvm 2 Springfield 0r& '
. Mr. nnil Mn. Plnkerton went
Sprtngu4ld tblu jucrnijig.