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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 2, 1919)
THURSDAY, , JAN. , 2, 400
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
Many Friends and Patrons
. Cordial Wishes
Happy and Prosperous
Thompson & Mil
Willamette Valley Ranches,
well Improved, on ami near
Pacific Highway. Also hohio
good business propositus.
Qa and Hocuro particulars.
Phone Sprlnflfleld 4.
i Town and Vicinity j1
Mit Prank Stnltoon is recovering
from hor recent Illness.
Charles Runynn spout riivUuana
.' with Rex Pulninn nt'Sulom.
Norman Byrne nrrlvod homo from
v Frisco Monday evening. '
Mrs, Ray Howard la 111 at tho Mercy
Miss Dorrls Slkos assisted nl Ho
tels' tho llrat ot tho wouk.
First-class shoo ropalrlng at tho W
A. Hall Sboostoro. ' uilv.
Miss Vera Nelson Is rapidly recover
intr from the llu.
Mrs. Draco Howard is 111 with tho
Minn Frcjda Fandrom assisted at Mc
Dowell's during tho Christmas rush. .
Tho threo small sons ot W. James
nro 111 with tho Inlluenza.
Miss Ornco Nlckum of Wendllng
spent Christmas with friends.
I 'Mr. and Mra. Cy 'Ony of Corvallls
spout Chrlstjnan with friends hero.
Mnxlno anil llttlo John Edwards aro
rapidly recovering from tho flu.
Hurt Snook spent Christmas with his
Mrs. L. Erlokson and llttlo daugh
tor EiIobb spent tho wook-ond In town.
Vorn Williams of Mahol Is homo to
spend tho holidays1
""Porny Tyson has rocelvod his pfl;
' clat discharge from tho army.
- Tho Inlluenza Is on tho deereaso In
' Frank Nlckum of Portland .canTo
;homo for tho holidays.
Mrs. McGoo Is visiting at tho homo
of Mr. and Kirs. W. L. Aiyold.
Cliff Lyjmrgor pf Marshllold spent
Christmas with his family,
Miss Esther Huntloy has moved to
Miss nuth Johnson Is recovering
from tho Influenza.
Orson Vaughn Ib rapidly recovering
from tho llu.
Miss Ona McKay loft Sunday for'
Oakland to spend tho holidays.
Flrst-claBS shoo repairing at tho W.
A. Hall Shoo store. ' ' adv.
Frod Koster of Marshllold spent
Christmas with rolatlvos.
" Itay Alexander 1h alio tp hq on tho
stroetH after his recent HlnosV,
Mr, and Mjs. play Whltackor 'of
Marshllold nro horo,,vJsltlng.
, Bill Hill, a former high Bchool gradu.
;nto, arrived homo from- a twining
camp Saturday ovonliig, ,
v Mr. and Mrs. F. A! linker spent
ChrjHtmao wlth'tho'l? son, N. A, Dakor,
Paul Scott spont Christmas with ,hls
pnronts, Mr, and Mrs. Chnrlos L. Scott.
Mrs. Wllmot Foster of Portland Is
horo visiting her parentu, Mr. and Mrs.
F. A. DoPuo.
Guy Moih'cri who Is In tho marines,
spont Christmas with his wife and
I.lttlo, Jano Lolklowltz Is able to bo
up after hor recent sickness, caused
by u sovoro.cold. -
Mrs. Tinker and llttlo daughter of
Arizona aro herb visiting Mrs. Tinker's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Whltackor.
Tho Christmas rush at tho local
postolllco was heavier this, year than
It has boon for many years.
' "Shorty ' Mscklln was tho dinner
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lorah Wed-
.Mrs. Uoao Letklewltz had hor iao
taurant roiuodled, and nil (led two nibVv
tables, tho llrat of tho woek.
Djrrls Hikes, who attends WHIa u
otto Ihitveivlty, Is homo for tho holi
Urlng us your Pork, Veal, Chickens,1
lluttor and Eggs. Wo pay more. Cox
Frank and Dolbort McBco, who nro
stntlonod to Camp howls, spont Christ
inas with their parenta.
I Wnltor Gossler, who Is .stntlonod a.
I Camp Lewis, spent Christmas wltn
I friends and relatives,
Carl E. Fischer, who Is a membor of
tho fodoral grand Jury at Portland,
upont CbrleUnas with his family.
Miss Myrl Arnold and Miss Edytho
Holcomb attended a dauco ut Donna
MIbs Jean Fischer ontortalncd a
number of guests from Corvallls tho
foro part of tho week.
Miss Augusta Ilrabham assisted at
kho McDowell's department store dur-1
Ing tho Christmas rush.
Miss Jean Fischer, a student at O.
A. C, spent- Christmas with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Fischer.
Mrs. Bill Darling Is ablo to bo on
tho streets ngaln after hor recent 111
noBS. Floyd Kestor has received his dis
charge, from the S. A. T. C. at Cor
Miss Jano Lludsoy, a teacher In tho
local high school, spout Christmas
with rolatlvos at Vancouver.
Leo Mlllor, who Is stationed at Camp
Lewis, spent Christmas with friends
Herbort Moore Is 111 nt ono ot tho
Eugeno hospitals, suffering from very
Borlous oar trouble,
T, C. Luckoy, well known here, Is
able to bo out after his rocont attack
Hoy Koch had tho mlBfortuno to
catch his arm In tho planar roller
Tuopday at tho Booth-Kolly mill.
Myrtle Coponhavor, who teaches In
tho Wnrronton public school, visited
friends Sunday. ,
Lloyd Brooks, bettor known as "Fat
Brooks," wns married In Portlnnd Do
combor,,7th to m'Ibs l?dnn Davis of
Sergeant Hubort Travis camo homo
on a flfteon-day furlough from Camp
Dodgo, Io)pf fryeBdny. Ilia. coming
vaa a compIeTo 'surprise to lib? parents.
- j. '"I
' .Jpy Walker, ,whp has .boon In train
ing ut Sealtf6,for, BQmo tlmo, Is homo,
having received his; official discharge
Mr. and Mrs, A, F. Baker of Pleasant j
Mill spent Christmas ovo with tholr
son, N. A. Baker and family.
F, M. Itoth and family nro spending
Jlio holidays with Mrs. Itoth'n mother,
Irs. P. C, 'Stoddard of Hubbard,
-Mr. and Mrs. F. IS. Louk nnd family
spont Christmas with Mrs, Louk's
parents, who llvo In Croswoll, '
Mrs, Conrad rocolvod a latter from
hor son, Lane, who Is overseas, stating
that ho was recovering from a sovcro
Miss Myrtlo Huntloy, who Is a stu
dent at Mount Angol Academy, arrived
Tuesday ovonlng to spend tho holidays
with hor sister and grandmother.
Mrs, Georgia Noltlolon returned
from Forest Grovo Saturday, where
sho visited hor daughter, Mrs. Arthur
Miss Mayblo Fandrcnt resumed h'-r
work at the' McDowell department
ut ro Thursday after a low week till
Lester Nyo df Washington camo
homo Sunday, to spend the. holidays
with his paronts, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Mr. qud Mrs. Skdels and .daughter
Gonoya motored up from Sllvorton to
spend tho holidays with Mrs. Skeols'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Zimmer
man. "Slim" Bnrtlotl, who has been In
North 'Dakota (or tho past two years,
spont Christmas with his parents. Mr.
Bartlettls going to make his homo In
Arthur Lowmann, grandson of Mrs.
M. Billings, whoso parents llvo near
Haxtum, Colorado, arrived In Spring
flold Christmas day for a fow days
visit.. Mr. Lewmann Is stationed at
Fred Kiox, who , has been In tho
hospital with tho Inlluenza at Camp
Lowls, surprised tits mother Christmas
dny by stepping in to eat Christians
dinner with fier. Since Ms arrival,
however, ho has become worse as a
result of taking cold on tho train, and
Is now under tho doctor's care.
Yon may as well toll us
Whoro ydu ato
That Christmas dlnnor, . ,
Bccauso eventually .
It will bo dlscovorcd. t
Is Wllllo Wostlnghouso Ebbott
Losing his "pep?"
He's dono nothing
Scandalous. - ; , '
For qulto a long while.
Wo aro not
At all envious
But It will do us good ' ,
Doc Mortensen nnd
Havo to get out and
Work for a living ".
Aftof tho "flu" epidemic
We wero pleased to seo
Mungcr and his dog
At tho Vanbcancry '
For dinner Christmas. ' '
For a garago man
Wo think .
Sots n mighty poor, example
Trying to run hfs car ,; . .
On account of tho prlco
Didn't come across
With tho usual quota
Of socks and ties.
DR. J. E. RICHMOND
Over Commercial Bank
KpJhm ByisW ftjtni
IN 8PRINGFIELD FOR
A CONCERN OF RELIABILITY
In the Circuit Court orjho Stato of
Oregon for tho County bf Lane.
A. L. Dickons, Plaint Iff, vs. W, E.
To W. E. Thompson, the above-named
In tho namo ot tho Stato of Oregon
you nro hereby summoned and re
quired to bo and appear In tho above
entitled Court and cause and answer
the complaint of tho plaintiff filed
herein against you within six weeks
i from tho date of tho first publication
of this summons, said first dato being
' on tho 10th day of December, 1018,
and tho last dato boing ou the 23d day ,
'of January, 1010, being full six wooks,
and If you so fall to answer for want
thereof plaintiff will take judgment
against you for tho sum of $1,293.38,
I with Interest thereon at the rate of C ,
I por coin per annum. Tnis summons
lis served upon you by publication In
! tho Sprlngfleld News, a newspaper
I published In Sprlugflold, Lano County,
Oregon, for six consecutive weeks, by
, an order duly made and entered ot
record by tho Hon. G. F. Sklpworth,
Judgo ot tho nbovo Court, made and
ontered , December 1G, 1918.
Dato of first publication December
10, 1918, last dato ,23d day ot January,
1919. C. M. KISSINGER,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Itesidenco, Eugono, Oregon.
W. F. WALKER
Ofllco Phono 02; Residence 67-T
West Main St
Dr. N. W. Emery
SUTTON BLDG. - - PHONE 20-J
RESIDENCE PHONE 129-W
D. W. ROOF
SPRINGFIELD, - OREGON
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Masons moots first and third
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P. A. Johnson
R. W. M
TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
ONCE MORE WE COME TO THE CLOSE OF
THE YEAR AND WISH TO THANK YOU FOR
THE "GENEROUS PATRONAGE YOU HAVE
GIVEN US, ASSURE YOU OF OUR APPRECIA
TION "AND WISH YOU A HAPPY, PEACEFUL
AND PROSPEROUS NEW -YEAR.
THE M. M. PEERY DRUG CO.
Phone Main Canute 17
mum uui u&u
W. W. EBBETT, Prop'r
' The Garage Man that Saves You Money
, ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE
Gasoline 24c a gal. Reg, price 25c
Light Motor Oil GOc a gal. ,Reg. price $1.00
Medium Motor Oil , GOc a, gal. Reg. price 1.00
Zerolone Cup Grease 15o a lb.--Rcg. jirice 30c
Guarantee Tires and Tubes at a Discount for Cash.
Llglt Bulbs .!..25c and' 35c Reg. price 35c and 50c
Columbia Dy Cells..!,.... ','..'.'.,,' 45c Reg; price 50c
'No-Skid Chains from.-.v.. .'. ,...'.$2.80 to S7.50
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back.
LET US DO YOUR REPAIRING. .
i : 361,-
When Cdld's Without
COLD WITHOUT will also mean COLD WITHIN in thou
sands Qf homes this Winter unless provision Is made for
auxiliary Gas heating before it is too late.
A Portable Gas Heater
will fortify you against the discomforts that a fuel short
age is sure to produce. Don't fail to get yours now, that
you may enjoy its warmth and cheer all through the
frosty days of fall and during the bitter cold of whiter.
Mountain States PowerCo.
Our heartiest thanks are tendered
to the many friends who made our
Christmas business pleasant and
profitable, and to them also is ex
tended the kindest wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Happy New Year
For You and Yours
. Is the Sincere Greeting
- 5 of ike
W. A. Hall Shde&tbre
' Merrltt Tule Is homo on a furlough
from tho army.