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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1916)
THURSDAY, PRO. 21, 1016.
: Town and Vioihitv ?
Ijateat Reprlnta 60 cents at PeeryV
,Mrt I(oIon Martin or British Colum.
lila.arrlrod hero Tuesday noon to !
iy until after the holiday with her
parents, Mr. and Mra. U. A. Wnsliburno
,,MIsb Amlo Young and MIb Efllo
Ithodos oxpoct to leavo tomorrow oven
ins'for their honion'ln Portland, whoro
thoy will remain until aftor tho holl-
t Got your Uankotbalt alioei at Wolf
aoorco MvcHsay of Lebanon arriv
ed Tuosday nftornnon to commencn
tho plumbing work In tho two hoimoi
which ar'o under construction for MIbh
Mr. ond Mrs. 0. V. Hsglmann nro
In receipt of nn unusual Christmas gift
Yfhlch thoy nro sharing wltli their
friends, a box of applos of tho "Dell
clous" varloty from Wonatchoo, Wash.
A rango, heater, rug, rockor, sow
ing machine and many other artlclos
In my store will make your wlfo hap
py and homo brighter. J. C. Holbrook.
lleman Oaks of Cottago Grovo Is
In tho city looking around. Mr. Oakcn
was formerly In tho blcyclo repair
busjhoss hero, and he may decide to
Muter business In this city again.
" vfi Walker, grand warden of the
Odd, Follows, paid tho Odd Follows of
Vonota an offlclal visit Saturday night.
Last mlnuto Christmas gifts, sta
tjonorfy candy, and j porfumo. At
MIbb Bobs Palmer expects to loavo
tomorrow ovenlng for ho homo ut
Fossil, Oregon, whoro ho will opon-1
' Wo have a fjplcndld 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 cerita pound,
Cocoanuts 15 cents each.
30-40-50 cents per dozen.
"Wo deliver all orders."
Now is the time
!to buy the boy
.'some new I shoes
before the Jprices
KEEP A KODAK PIC
TUHE OP YOUft LIFE,
A file of your "Kodak"
plcturon will provldo n
pictorial Malory of your
life. It will .enable
you (o retain tho laccn,
acnnoM and Incidents
which nro doar to you.
Iluttor got ono iloslra
hlo Rift llko a camera
than a dozen lower ones
A catnora In a real "fam
ily Rirt'nB It appeal
to people of all ngoa.
i Uovorond J. T, Mooro loft Tuesday
evening for a few days' business trip
j Xmas stationery bought before tho
I ralso at peery'a
I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tomsot word
visitors, at. tho homo of Mr. and Mm,
j Claude Knott one day tho ilrst of the
I Mr. and Mrs. Bort Rolmenschncldor
roturnod homo to Wendllng yesterday
morning after having spent severs!
days horo. Mrs. Kholmcnschnolder
Is nn aunt of Wolby Stevens.
Tho wator tank In tho, kitchen of
tho new Methodist church bursted
Tuesday afternoon, probably from pro
Insure, since thoro was no flro at tho
Gloves, shirts, overalls, wollcn sox
nnd tin pnntB at Wolf nnd Miller's.
, Practically all tho open cars wanted
nro being secured from tho Southern
Pacific company now, It was said at
tho local olllco of tho Ilooth-Kelly
Lumber company, but almost no box
cars can bo secured.
Duy your. Christmas candies at Eggl.
inann's Candy Kitchen tho purest
home-made goods for tho least money.
Rumor Jias It that Mrs, M. L. France
has Just received a brand now auto
mobile. Mrs. Doctor Kestor left for Port
land yesterday to spend a few days
at the homo of her daughters, Mrt.
W. 8. Thurlow and Mrs. B. a. Jarvls.
Slio will roturn Friday.
XmaB boxes at Peery'a
Mrs, Kdcsso Cox and llttlo daugh
ter, Johannn, returned from San Fran,
ctsco, Sunday afternoon.
Don't forgot tho Christmas enter
tainment, Saturday night at tho Bap
tist church. Program by tho Sun
day school; a treat for every pupil,
and n royal good tlmo for every body.
I have sonio beautiful oil hand paint,
ed pictures, on heavy cnnvnsB at a
tvory reasonable Christmas price. Soi
J them. J. O. Holbrook. 4
W. H. Grflln was In from Fall Crook
I Ed Dowd went to Oakrldgo Mondny
ovchlng whoro he has a position on
tho Noto Hill ranch. .
1 Knmost Moo Ih confluod to his homo
with nn attack of grip.
) JolmLorali nnd Gcorgo Barnes wont
to RrowimvUlo Tuosday . morning on
j ' Tho poy bWi 'for tho Glonwood
school InLWost .Sprlnsflold I8V nearly
completed. Work wns commenced
lunt Saturday! ' Tho shod Is 24x40
nnd 12 feet high, J. O. Cherry la
superintending tho work.
W) havo tho' best Loggers' ahoaa
In this end of tho valley nt only J8.U0.
Wolf and Mlllor. ,
Rny Dally Is ablo to bo about again
without his crutches.
' Judgo T. Harris, of tho Oregon Su
preme court, attended tho funornl of
Mrs. Wolby Stovons, Tuesday.
MARRIED At the olllto 6f tho Jus
tlco of tho poaco In Eugeno Dccom
bor 10,1010, Carl Dohne, of Vidn, and
Miss Tilda Emmorlck, of Waltor.
vllle, Judgo J. Q. WoIIb officiatlnt;.
Mrs. L, Counts of Qoburg, la spend
ing a tow duys hero with bor daughtor
Mra, Frank Sldwoll.
Fifth and Main
Mrs, Zell Caalrill, chief operator
at the local telephone exchange, has
returned to her duties, after an ab
sence of thrco weoks becauso of Ill
ness. Good reliable fire Insurance, No as
sessments so mombcrshlp fee. Pay
obcv uad yoU ar dene. II. K. Walker
at tbo City Tlall.
Charllo Ray roturncd to tils homo In
J, It. Whlto, district manngor of thtf
Oregon Power company, was up from
Albany on business yesterday,
Mrs. N. Whlto was In from tho VI tun
Addition yostorday, doing somo Christ,
Xmas Seals and Stlrkeri, at PccryV
Among tho out-of-town shoppers yes
terday wero Sam Goddard, Waltcrvllle,
M J. Wcarln, WaltcrvHIo; II. W.
Swnfford, Donna; and Tom Sololm,
Old-fashioned mixed Christmas can.
dy, two pounds for a quarter at 'Eggl
mann's Candy Kitchen.
J. Arnette and family have mov
ed to this city from Nowberg and are
living In J. W. 8 tan Igor's furnished
house on Sixth and D streets.
Lcnllo Mack, electric foreman for
the Oregon Power company, ' Is In
Junction City this week, putting In
Mrs. Mary Elliott was down from
Lowell doing her Christmas shopping
..Buy Useful Presents for your family
and friends for Xmas and people will
havo a good opinion of your Judgment
I havo them. J. C. Holbrook.
Mayor E. E. Morrison spent yester
day In Salem, where ho was in atten
dance nt a meeting of the Oregon Hop
grower's association, of which ho is
Ed Schwcaring and Arthur .Eastern
wore In from WaltcrvHIo, nnd. Harry
Wlthors was In from Natron yesterday.
Miss Jcnno Tumor of Mnrcola la
horo visiting MIbb Gertrude Carter.
Waltor Grimn, won of Mr. and Mm.
R, N. Grlffln of this city, while work
ing in tho woods at tho Mabel camp
Monday morning, severed tho tendon
of tho left foot with his axe. Ho was
brought to Springfield where the wound
Is being cared for at tbo local hospi
tal. James Hart was in from his farm
eight miles up tho McKenzio yester
d&y'. J. E. Jones of Blaklovlllo was doing
somo Christmas shopping ,tn town yes
terday. r Last minute vChHstmas,ElftB,-' sta
tionery, candy, and perfume. At
A. Mlddloton returned home yester
day from Lancaster, Ohio, where ha
went to attend his father's funeral.
Mr. Mlddloton has also visited rela
tives In the cast, being absont about
Ave weeks altogether.
Nifty porfumes in boxes at Pcery'3 fc
Mr. and Mrs. Paul I). Dimm and
small daughter, Mary Dorothea, nro
oxpocted from Portland Saturday even
ing to spend Christmas with Mr.
Dlmm's parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. C.
Old-fashioned mixed Christmas can
dy, two pounds for a quarter atEggi
inann's Candy Kitchen.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Josse Scavey and baby,
who camo from Corvallls to nttend the
funeral of Mra. Wolby Stevens, expect
to return home todny.
j. E. Hill who resides near Coburg
brought In a wagon load of live turkeys
to tho Swart a and Waahburnc meat
market this morning.
Grand Warden W. F. Walker, paid
his olllclal visit to tho Creswcll Odd
Fellows last evening, being accompnn.
led by Fred Barnard, H. A. Korf, and
Dr. J. E. Richmond.
.Cupid Flour $2.00. Others ask $2.40.
Johnson's Best $1.70. Others ask
$1.80. Every sack guaranteed, Why
pay more? Sprlngilold Feed Com
pany. Mr. and Mrs. C, E, Goodalo returned
homo to Portland Tuosday evening, af
tor having attended tho funeral of Mr.
Goodolo's sister Mrs. Wolby Stovons.
Mrs. S. Thornton, 1b visiting for a
fow dayB with her nloce TMrs. J. B
King, at Eugeno.
, M. V. Endlcott of this city on Mo.i.
day tradod a houso and lot. In Mnrcola
Leather is on
the upward trend
Have some good
values for . men
for a vacant lot la fiprlagfleld near tho
Lincoln school from Bert Rhelmen-
ftCltneldur of Wendllng. Tho consider.
ntlon was fSGO.
Tho Booth-Kolly will bo closed down
two days, Monday and Tuesday, to
allow its men to enjoy a CJirlstrnm
Don't forget tho f per cent cash
discount at Snood's grocery,
John WCnricd leaves tomorrow
to spend Christmas with Mrs. Wizen
rlod and their daughter, Mrs. Jo'j
Lemon, In Portland,
Itovcrond J, W. Perkins, Juvinllo offi
cer, slates that he would ,bo glad (j
havo tho ladles In tho Stewart Addi
tion look after the needs of the C. A,
Dales family. Mr, Bales is HI In u
hospital in Washington, and the fami
ly Is very much in need of aid.
Aro you getting 5 per cent on your
groceries? If not, why not? Yon
can at Sneod's.
Ira Nice purchased a Ford from tho
Springfield garage today.
The latest word received from Webb
Walsh, eon of Mrs. J. H. Brummette
of this city, who recently underwent
an operation, is that he is very low
land bis recovery la uncertain. Mrs.
Brummette Is now with him at Jasper.'
I Tho Christmas message at tho Meth
odist church will be given at 11:00
o'clock Sunday morning by the pastor
Reverend James T. Moore. Special
Christmas music wll bo a feature
of tho service.
Snccd's is the placo to buy your
Xmag candles and nuts.
j E. E, Kcpncr has sold one of his
houses which stands at the corner of
A nnd Fifth streets to Mrs. Brain
bridge, and tho latter Is having it mov.
ed to Ninth and L strcots, where she'
will havo It remodeled. J. W. Bar
ringer Is doing the moving.
Just aa wo were going to press we
rocelyed word that Mr, Walsh passed
away about noon today. Tho body
is being brought to Springfield but
definite arrangements for the funeral
have not been completed.
FEDERAL AID FOR VOCATIONAL
WORK BEFORE CONGRESS
(Continued from page one)
Jocts it would receive $500 the 'first
year and $10,000 in the tenth year and
thereafter. The total for th"e first, year
would, therefore, be $15,000 for the
llrst year, gradually Increasing to $53,.
800 in tho tenth year and thereafter, or.
a total for the first ten years of $341.
Low Round Trip
Go home for Xmas
Stay for New Years
Day. Our low round
triu Holiday tickets
allow ybu'Dlen'tv df
time, All oomts 4n
Holiday Sale Dates
Between Oregon noints
Deo. 22 to 25 inc: Dec.
30 to Jan. 1 Inc. Return
limit Jan. 3, 1917.
To California points Dec.
21 to 23 Inc; Dec, ?.5 to
28 inc. Return limit 15
days from date of sale.
Td Pacific Northwest
points in WashlnRton and
Idaho Dec. 22 to 25 inq.
Return limit Jan. 3, 1917.
Ask local Agent for
time of trains,
John M. Scott. G. P. A.
FOOTBALL . ,
CirrrYft we Pannculwnntn
GIVE a man a chance whether he is on the force
or a private citizen. It's the satisfaction, the good
tobacco taste that wins him over to W-B CUT chewing.
There are other things that help: the gentlemanly
appearance lhat the little, chew permits; the casing up
on so much grinding and spitting; last and not least, the
economy but it's the tobacco satisfaction that turns the
trick every time.
Beginning December 16, 1916
We Will Give With
livery Cash Purchase
5 per cent Discount
3 per cent Thirty Days
No discount on Sugar by the sack.
We are not advancing our price on our groceries
and then giving you discount But are simply giving
you the discount gratis
Mrs. E. V. Sneed &Sons
Wo VinvA nn rHsinlnv
Look at some of these
Solid Gold Rings
Gold Pilled Pencils
Hand Painted China
D. W. ROOF, Jeweler
We are authorized under the Federal Reserve
Law to act as an Executor, Administrator, Guardian
or Trustee. ,
This Is & new service our officers will be glad to
discuss with you. t
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, EUGENE, OREGON.
Subscribe for The
We are offering amazing bar-,
gains in the best standard Jew
elry, Hvhich e had to take over
Seven Jewel Elgin Watches $4.60
Rogers 1847 Silverware
Walt ham, Howard, Hamilton Watches
Wholesale prices while, this stock lasts
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