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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 19, 1918)
THURSDAY, DEC. 10, 1018
THIS SPRINGFIELD NEWS
SOMETHING IN OUR STOCK FOR EVERY STOCKING
At our store you will find a line of gifts "
that have enduring value -- gifts that be
token good judgment as well as good will.
We list below some of our leading lines, but
it is impossible to give you any hint of the
beauty, novelty and real worth of the goods,
or of the compelling power of the low prices.
from a stock like ours is that it contains 81dt'tute
something appropriate for all the family.
r- r r
Surprlne her with n bot
tle of plcntting Perfume.
Our Block contains the
most oxqulslte odors of
English, French ami 'Do
mestic Perfumes, in hulk
or gift packages.
Xmas Seals and
HAVE XMAS MUSIC
IN YOUR HOME
PLAYED UPON THE
Machines ranging - in prico
from $32.50 to $225.00.
Plays all makes of Records
only one reproducer no
needles to change.
Get our easy terms.
The lady Who wishes to
give Cigars may select
from our "wtock ,-with the
assurance of getting "what
is best, just the same as a
man who knows cigar val
ues. Special Gift Boxes $L60
Xmas Candies .
It wouldn't seem llko Xmas
without good candy, and In
keeping with the day the quality
should be a little better than
35c to $3.50.
Now is. the time to express
your wish for a Kodak.
Our stock is complete.
52.00 to $25.00 and up.
Ivory goods maintain
their, popularity with dis
criminating ladies. This Is
true because -ivory com
bines beauty, daintiness,
oase of- cleaning and sus
ceptibility to engraving and,
Our line includes. Toilet
Sets, Manicure Sets, Desk
Sets, etc. Sold in sets or
single pieces: Make your
A good fountain Pen always
makes an acceptable gift for a
man.' We sell the well-known
Waterman Ideal Fountain Pen,
also the Shaafer, both self-filling
$2.50 to $5.00.
Send us your mall order for
Perfumes, Kodaks, Toilet Sets,
Manicure Sets, Atomizers, Sta
tionary, Ivory Goods, Leather
Goo$s, Hot-water Bottles, Foun
tain Pens, Cigars, Candy, etc.
Yo'jr mail order signifies your'
confidence. We won't deceive
Dainty Ffatonr-ry, se
lected vffch regard to lust
what is in . .au ;jf on., a
requirement a, 1? sere o
please. ; You'll tfc.it. no
mistake;' pree enttet; t?ta
tlmiery.torour lady tih r,3,
especiaHy jf ycusnbx i n
our stobV. W have it
very late shapes, nir& aid
textures., pui -;p m i&it
packages Ibr y Ji purpose-.
36c t $h ;,-
jig 11 1 i 3j
Thompson & Ulil
Willamette Valloy Hunches,
woll Improved, on end nonr
Pacific HlRhwny. AIbo nomo
good hualnoBB propoaltlos.
Cull and Hccuro partlculurB.
Town and Vicinity
MIoh Avis Thompson Is qulto 111.
Xmna PorfumoB nt Poory's.
Churlotto Stewart Is much bettor.
Enrl Loploy Is 111 with tho intlucnzn.
Frank Fischer Ib puporlng ClUT'a
N. A. linker la assisting nt tho First
National Uunk this wook.
Ilox Papers and Gift Stationery at
MIsb Grnco En7ory rotnrnotl from
Llttlo Jane Lotklowltz has bcerr 111
with a Bovoro cold..
Books and Gumosfor ovorybody at
Mrs. Arthur Potersou Is another auf
fcror with tho flu.
Coniba and Drushos nt Poory'a.
Llttlo Konnot Castool was taken
sick Thursday with tho Influenza,
Tho ontlro Sankoy family aro suf
fering with tho pruvalont dlBoaso.
First-class shoo repairing at the W.
A. Hall Shoo store. adv.
0. It, Halo of Noll la visiting with
hla daughior, Mrs, N. A, Uakor.
Mrs, W. L. Arnold Is suffering from
First-clnna shoe ropulrlng nt tho W
A. Hall Shoo storo, litlv.
M,ls8 Francos Ilartlott ist assstlng
at Uio Cox & Cox storo. , , '
Got that Fountain Pen nt Poory's
Miss Amolln Llndahl'loft for hor
homo in Portland Tuesday.
Mnxlne und llttlo John EdwardB aro
HurforliiK with tho Influenza,.
Uoxall Orlppo Pills knock tho nchos
and cure tho cold. 25c at Poory's. '
Llttlo Pattle Arnold Is 111 with the
Jaiiios McOeo of Donna spent Sun
Mrs. James IUvltto of Seattle la
hero visiting hor father, Mr. Ilnrbrc.
iMIhs Florence Darling Is here visit
ing William Darling and family.
Joe Hill is brt'ng a garage at his
homo on Second street.
Llttlo Derail Sutton Is suffering
with the Influenza.
Mrs. Den Skiunur Is assisting at tho
Cox & Cox department storo,
Charles Itunynn Is assisting nt tho
News olllco this wook.
Lewis Glbbs Isworklng at Poory's
during tho Chrlotmns rush,
Itny Aloxauder Is slowly recovering
from n Eovoro cold,
Tho James Lnxton family are suf
fering with tho provalont disease
Hay McPherson la horo, having boon
discharged from the army.
Walter Conrad returned to Camp
LowIb Saturday evening,
Miss Lob. Barr roturnod from Port
land Friday afternoon. '
Sunday In tows.
of Mablo spent
Mr. aud Mrs. Dolbort Bucknum
spent tho week-end with rolatlvcs.
. MIbo Btohl Howard is recovering
from tho flu,
Harry Taylor and wlfo of Jasper
wore busInoBB visitors Friday.
Frank Gordon ban boon appointed
Mr. nnii Mrs. Tom Allan of Mnbol
spent tho weok-ond .horo.
Mrs. J. E. Wchmond Is nt tho
Springfield hospital suffering with tho
Miss Vina ,Moad pf Wnltorvlllo is
HI" at tho homo of hor Bister, Mrs.-
(Arthur Potorson with tVio Influenza.
Bring ua your Pork, Veal, Chickens,
nutter und, Egga, Wo pay more.' Cox
W. L. Berry, of Uio Berry Piano
Company, sold two pianos on Thurs
day to Mrs. Lathrop and Mrs. Mlnnis.
Mrs. Cecil Rhodes and small son, '
Lylo, of Seattle, aro visiting relatives
until afivr the holidays.
M. V. Weber Is unablo to bo nt his
work at the Fischer-Boutin Lumber
Co. owing to tho flu In his family.
Mra. Thos, Bllllnga waa oporated
upon at tho Mercy hospital in Eugcno
Tuesday morning. j
Ira H. Mitchell, who has been em
ployed nt tho Main garage, returned
to Sulem Monday evening.
Miss Dagmare Jeppcrson and Miss
Mario Mahonoy went to Portland
Tuesday to spend tho holidays.
J. W. Machon of Bolso, Idaho, Is a
business visitor this week. Mr. Ma
ehen la a former resident of this city.
Mis. Don Kennedy of Portland la
visiting her mother, Mrs, Kathoryn
Tho ladles of tho Mcthodlstchurch
hold a bazaar and and food salo In
tho Long & Cross building Saturday.
Ora Noot roturnod from Corvallis
Tuesday evening, having rocolved his
Miss Eliso Weddlo is assisting at
tho Mountain States Power Company's
. Mr. and Mrs. L. May havo received
a Gorman Identification tag from Wini
fred.: Mrs. Lemon, who teaches in tho
Junction City public school, is home
to spend tho holidays.
William LIndloy and Virgil Miller
spont Saturday horo. They took a
load of feed to C. C. Miller from here,
Mrs. Graco Tloberts Is recovering
from tho pneumonia which followed an
attack of inlluonzn.
Mrs. L. May returned from Orogiin
City tho flrBt of tho wook, as hor
inothor, Mrs, Mbshor, Is much hotter.
Mr. and Mrs, BUI Darling nnd little
Alice are all Buffering with the Influ
,,,',Iforr,t 'Mooro n'rrivod homo from
Nfiyimottp. University at Salem Sim
day, ., ' ...
Sorgpant Norman Andorson arrived
In Camp Mills, N, Y., Dacembor 11th,
j according to a tologrnm rocolved hero.
Oot pne of those candy canes at j fZZ
Miss Opal Holvcrson is assisting at
Kotels' during Miss Vera Nolson's en
Miss Madalcno Logan loft Monday
for her home at McMlnnvillo to spend
Mlsa Vera Nelson- Is ujable to bo
at her work at Ketcla' because of tho
li fluenza In her heme.
Dr. tod Mra. Emery are oxpecting
Corporal George E. Cha3e. lato re
turned from France, to spend tho
Miss Margaret Dixon received word
Wednesday that her brother, Georgo
Dixon, had Just returned from an
eight-month stay "over there." ,
Johnny Dlwm, who has received his
olllclal discharge from tho Sv-A. T. C.
at Corvallis, Is spending a fow days
horo visiting friends.
Miss Ethel Calkins of Corvallis
spent the week-end as the guest of
Miss Madalene Logan and Miss Ham
ilton. Mayor E. E. Morrison left Monday
for California points. Ho will go as
far as Los Angeles before returning.
Ho will bo gbno' indefinitely.
The Ladles' Aid of the M. E. Church
nettod something ovor $50 on their
food salo and bazaar which they held
Ncrni3n Bearo, better known aa
"Tex." has rocolved his official dis
charge from tho S. A. T. C. at Cor
vallis and is hero with his parents.
Mr, Logan, Madelono, Logan's fath
er, of McMlnnvillo, spent the lattor
part of the week hero in order to
,vlow the "Night o' Lnffffs," in which
Miss Logan took part.
Clovo Holcomb, who Is Btatloned at
Walnsvillo, N. C, will not bo homo
for Christmas, as was stated before,
owing to the influenza ban being on
Mrs. L, C. Pridmoro and daughter,
Gonio, of Fall Creek, returned homo
Monday after spending sovqral days
hero with Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Klntz
ley. M. C .Pratt, bettor knoWn as "Dad,
Pratt," dlod rt the homo of his sister,
Mrs.,W, P. Cartor, Docombor'3, at
Plains, Georgia. "Dad" was a resi
dent of Sprlngflold for many yearB.
Kaudy for tho kids at Egglmahn's.
Beautiful Decorative Boxes
EMPTY OR FILLED , -
All Sizes - - AO Prices
An Ideal Gift for Any Man
THERE IS PERHAPS NO ART'OLE OF AP.
PAREL THAT CAN ,BE TENDERED AS A
CHRISTMAS REMEMBRANCE TO A MAN
THAT HE WILL APPRECIATE WIT AS MUCH
THANKFULNESS AS A PAIR OF COMFORT
ABLE SLIPPERS SOMETHING THAT 'HE
WILL ENJOY EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR.
WE HAVE PLACED IN STOCK AN ATTRACt
TIVE LINE OF SLIPPERS ESPECIALLY
ADAPTED FOR GIFTS. THEY EMBRACE
BOTH COMFORT AND BEAUTY AND SELEC
TION WILL BE EASY TO MAKE. ALL ARE
PRICED REASONABLY. A FEW ARE ON DIS
PLAY IN OUR WINDOWS STOP A MOMENT
AND VIEW THEM AND THEN COME IN FOR
FURTHER INFORMATION. - ,
HALLOS SHOE STORE
the; home of foot comfort.