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THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
iriUDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1010,
"Let Those Serve You Best
Serve You Most"
BorvlcoJn u hobby with uh. Wq have novcr believed
Unit InunorilHtti profit shotilcl be tho tliliifj to strive for
In u family drug hIoio, In other wonlti wo feel tlmt If
tho Borvjoo tu .right; profit will Iri the long 'run tako
euro of Jtaolf,
Hcaldofi the high iitumlnrd of niureliandlRo ut low
prlcoH, you wlil ulyayn jhUf nt' thin Btdro tho' unwaver
ing dosim' to treat you betted. A cheerful spirit of
wIlllngncBH to Bhow our goods alwayri provalls.
Our -froo dollvory oorvico
Farm Lands and City Prop
erty. Tracts to suit purchas
er. Wrlto for pr'lcos and
Thompson & Ulil
Phono Springfield 4
: Town and Vicinity
Itoy.Mnhl. of Itosoburg. spent tho
weok-ond visiting friends.
. First-class shoo repairing nt tho W.
A. Hall Shoo store. dv.
. MIbb Huby Scnscnoy assisted nt
Hotels' tho Inter part of last week.
Vincent Monlco. of Mnbel. spont
tho week-end with his family., f
ChnrloH IlUnynn spont tho 'week-end
at his homo In EuRono.
worth -' having - nt
1 Oscar Leo Is Quito 111 ut his homo
on Emornd Heights.
Ed Nye, who hnd his hnnd crushed
IbhI wook, Is rapidly recovering;.
Phillip Johnson, of WondllnR, spont
Sunday In town vlBltlng frlonds.
Tom Allon and family spent tho
week-end In from Mabel. ,
Tim nnvr nilvnrllimil toilet rodlll-
sites will bo found nt Voqry's.
J V'.' C. K, Smith, of Mnbbl, spent Mon
.''' day ovonlng In town on business.
Fred Knox and Flo'd Johnson mo
torod to WondllnR Sunday ovonlng.
Tim Thompson Is spending n few
days at Leonn.
A nurabor of now"7Cc Books Just
In at Poory's.
Clydo Keovor rondo a buslnoss trip
to Wondllng on Tuosday evening.
Grandma McDovltt Is confined to
hor homo on Main siroot suffering
from thooffocts of n fall.
Onion setB, per lb -IOC
Ireshtock garden seed.
Scratch Feed -S4.10
Egg Mash I.. S3.65
WcBtera Shell $1.15
Costal Grit $1.15
Eastern Shell $1,55
-Oil Meal 54.25
Beot Pulp - $3.00
s Wo carry all lines of feed at
, See -us for Alfalfa hay.
Got our grocery -prices. 1
" ( ' . See our window display.
Vo .can save you monpy.
; Puffed Rico, 2 for 25c
; Tuffed Wheat, 2 f6r 25 C
Ptiffed'corn, 2 for 25 C
.'Catsup ,. 24C
Salt Salmon, por lb 25 C
SPRINGFIELD FEED GO.
is n roal convonionco.
Vorn Vaughn, of Jasper, spont
Wednesday In town on business.
First-clans shoe repairing at tho W
A. Hall Sboo store. adv.
M. C. Hresslor attended tho nenco
wuiiuji until ut i-uriiuuu iiiu turn pun
of tho wook.
Heglnulng. noxt Sunday, regular
Sunday matinees will be given at tho
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McDoo ,havo
moved to ono of tho Huntloy houses
on south Second street.
MIbb Mnyblo Fnndrcm returned
from Portland tho latter part of last
Quito a nurobor of Springfield's
younger sot enjoyed tho danco at
WondllnR Saturday night.
Frank Nlckum, who has been work
ing In 'Portland, arrived homo lost
Stock and poultry foods and tonics
' Or. F. G. Conn spoke nt tho Metho
dist church Sunday for tho Interest
of tho Armenian and Syrian roller.
Miss MarRaret 'Tomsoth is assist
ing In tho grocery department of tho j
Cox and Cox department Btoro.
Tho ladles of tho Christian church
Rnvo n Biipp'or' Wednesday evening In
tho church parlors.
Tho W. O. W. held their regular
mooting Tuesday ovonlng. Sovoral
candidates woro present.
U. A. Woshburno attended .the
oucn conference In Portland tho
'oro part of tho w'ook. .
A nurobor of young pooplo spont
nst Snturdey ovonlng, nt n dnnco at
Mr. and Mrs. Thorn Nyson spent
Sunday nt Ciiburg visiting frlonds
and relatives. '
Llfq time aluminum waro now on
sale at tho McDowell Department
storo. , , -
Mrs, Minnie Morris, ' of Mnrcola,
spent the weok-ond nt tho homo of
hor mother, Mrs. Holl Spong.
C. E. Mend1 and family, of Walter
vlllo spent tho wook-ond In town on
Miss Corn MastorBon, of Camp
Crook, spont Monday In towh .on
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mooro motored
to Albany Wodnosday on n .business
Ed Dlonlns, of Albtfny, was In town
Monday pnrouto to Loaburg where he
will bo for soine'timb.
Quito a crowd of 'young pooplo at
tended tho dnnco liold nt Goshon
Miss DnrDara lipllor, who eachcs
at Santn Clara, spont tho wook-ond
at Iter homo horo.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carnoy, of
Thurston, was h city visitor on Moil
day, Mrs. Sam Richmond Is quite, til at
tho homo of hor mother, Mrs. Mary
Magill; with a norvous breakdown,
Henry LyoiiB, wbo or tho past
weok has boon with his family nt
Marshfloldi rofurnod Sunday ovonlng.
Lester Hostottor, nn employp at
tho S. P, dopot spont Sunday at his
homo In 'Wondllng,
Snsparolla Tonlo for that, tired af
tor' tho "flu" feeling Get It nt
Hon Skinner, who suffered rjulto a
sovore attack of tonsllltln, has rw
JCrdlnd Ashley, who undorwont an
operation laHt 1-Vldny In reported afl
doing qtilto nfcol', Slio In at tho lp
Mm. Bthol Unlly inn sold lior
homo on Infill and E stroots to p.
IJ, Kossoy and family. Frank Lonlmrt
has bought tho Kornoy plnco,
Tho funeral of MrH. J. C. Js'lchol-
Jon, which wnV hold Friday, wan
ircoly Hltendod and thtf 'llqral offer
ings wore many, ' '
CLHAItANCK 8AI.B of nil winter
. . . . . . . f
hats to make room for tho spring hats
tints n M Tfirttnrttinn'ii mIIII
i;ow on at Mrs. Thompson's millinery
N. A. Ilowo burt his hand severely
whllo cranklni; his car. Thero woro
iio bonoB broken but tho Injured
mombor was pnlnfiilly brulsod.
Clay Whltackcr, of Marshfleld, is
hero visiting li!s relatives And to join
his wlfo' who hos been vleltlng hor
parents at Coburg,
8, H. Tllton wont to Doxter Wed
ncsdny whoro ho vl work. Ho
spent tho week-end horo with His
Mrs. Mlnnlo Dcntley has accepted
a position In the cloak and suit de
partment at tho , McMorrail and
Washburno storo In Eujfeno.
J. A. Glbbs wnh admitted to tho
Mercy hospital Monday, in Eugeno.
Ho has been ill at his homo herb for
Mrs. John Tomseth spent tho weok
In Portland visiting with her daugh
ter. Daisy, and to meet, her son Ar
nlo Tomsoth, a member of "the 05th.
C. E. Lyons, proprietor of the
Springfield Feed Co., left for rtose
burg Tuesday on a business trip and
Mr. Kncsbeck, of Eugene who un
derwent an operation last Friday nt!wo think
tho local hospital, is reported as do
Ivan McKlnnoy, a member of the
Cr.th, cnlled his sister by phono from
Camp Lowls Tuosday evening, telling
of his safe arrival.
Dr. J. Ei Richmond left today for
Newport where ho will visit his par
ents. Ho will not return until March
Dolbelt Ducknum and family loft
hero Mondny morning from Portland,
whoro' ho will bo employed. For the
past several months he has been
lng contract work at Mabel.
Mr. and Mrs. Griner, who owned
tho Homo restaurant slnco last No
vember coming hero from Woodburn,
liavo made preparations to ruoyo their
placo of business o Eugene. .
Mrs. J. W. McDowell, of trio Mc
Dowell department store, spent a few
days visiting with ho? Bon, Wesley
McDowell, who Is a member of tho
Ambassaaor Gerard's "My Four
Years In Germany" will bo shown
Sunday afternoon nt 2 p, m. and clos
ing nt 1 p. in. Prices: Adults, 35c,
W.' J. Barnes, a former real estate
iuan of this city; now of Almeda,
California, visited friends horo Mon
day enrouto to to his homo from
Mrs. Roy Jonklns and daughter
Elolno, of Portland, aro horo visit
ing at tho homo of Mrs. Jenkins par
ontB.jjMr, and Mrs. Wm. McFnrland,
Mr. "ftnd Mrs. Jenkins woro former
business people of this city
M, M. Peory was pleasantly sur
prised when ho received' a visit from.
his two brothers, Rex and Roy, whp
now havo their discharge. Roy Poory
was at Camp Lo wis and Rex was at
a camp In Kentucky. They left Wod
nosdny morning for their homo near
, EBBETT Phone 1 7 PROPRIETOR
HAVE 'OUIl CAR PUT IN CONDITION FOR THE
SEASON BY A "RELIABLE CONCERN. WE ABSO
LUTELY GUARANTEE OUR WORK. DAY AND NIGHT
SERVICE. NO JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL
FOR US. STORAGE BATTERY REPAIRING AND RE
CHARGING. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENTS MADE AND
REPAIRED. -,' .
TRY US FOR "SERVICE AND ' '
SUPPORT HOME INDUSTRY ' .
ASK EBBETT HE KNOWS '
Mrs. W. !. Foster, daughter of Ifr.
And Mrs. Frank A. ' DePue, 'acfom
panltid by hor husband, nro hero from
Portland to' spend tho week-end.
FOU BALK: Modern flvo room
liouso on A street. Oarage; garden;
Homo fruit. Good tennis, Liberty bonds
or stamps taken. Owner, F. B. Lon-'
hart. i 2t j
Mr. It. W. Nowland, who Js sopn to ;
open u department store" hero, has
rented tho Margaret Morris residence
jat Second and Ji streets vfloro he will
reside with his family. i
Miss Grace NIckuni; who had been
working at Wcndllng, spent tho week-
tend with friends. Miss Klckum has
" vint t lit iviiuo, iiuoa iiibnuui isms
;rc - , d or t,0 aMd t w
lcavo for Portland soon.
Lester. W. Hill Is tho only Spring
field boy listed among tho C5th who
arrived in Portland Monday. Lester .
has 'seen much active fighting. Ho
nlno has a brother and a brother-in-law,
who have not yet returned from .
Ilass Goddard, whllo- putting his '
whcol away in the biscmcnt of the
D. kmlll'last Saturday morning, was'
tinfortunato enough to rldo Into a
Bcaffoid which workmen had left at-!
tor completing repair work. Tho col
lision caused considerable bruises
about Mr. Goddard's face.
Tho Nccdiecraft Club bold its first,;
meeting of tho season last week. New ,
members were voted in and officers
WOro elected. Regular meetings here
after will bo held upon the first and
third Thursdays of each month. In-;
stallatlon of tho now officers and inl-;
tlatlon of new members will take
placo at the homo, of Mrs. J.. E. Rlch-j
mono, corner or. beconu ana u sirccis
on Ttiursday evening, March Gth.
BORN OF WAR
It is difficult yet to valno accurately
or in some Instances to perceive all
tho war has brought to our national
lifo or pruned from It. The things
little now may -appear to
posterity the greatest. The Thrift
Stamp idea seems to be ono of these.
Originated as a war emergency meas
ure. It has taken hold: has anppiled
-to tho common sense of America, zr.i
may yet shape tho destiny of the
It is patent, now that the war Is
over, that the Thrift Stamp has come
to stay. If we get nothing elso out pi
tho war but the habit of saving, which
begets tho coroTfary simple living, we
will have reaped the full fruit of tbe
war. For a thrifty democracy Is a
firm domocracy, a potent democracy.
a democracy strong enough to pre-
A' man who saves-Is a better citizen,
thari the man who docs not save. He
becomos a stockholder In his govern
ment and ho Is Jealous for (he wol
faro of that government In war and
In peace. In war he will fight for it
with his life. In peace he will protect
It from those who would tear down.
As America saves from this day on
to shall she grow in benign power and
In the eyes of mankind. "A bank ac
count for e.vcry American clUren"
should, bo one of our "national slogans.
Tho Thrift and War Savings Stamp
Idea Is freighted with a mighty change
for .the better in our national life.
, Tho Thrift Stamp Is backed by tho
United States government. Without
doubt It Is the greatest investment
ever offered and It. Is in such a form
that every American, big and little,
can tako advantage o'. it.
Start figuring now on your personal
quota of V'r'ory Liberty Bonds. If
you don't, start figuring on increased
Hmts m more Catarrh lnvthls pectloa 01
tbo country than all other dlaeaaea put
locether. and until th last few yean
wbm aupposed to be Incurable. For a
irreat many years doctors pronounced It a
local disease and prescribed local reme
dies, and by constantly falling' to cure
with local treatment, pronounced It Incur
able. Science has proven Catarrh to be a
constitutional disease, and thereforo re
quires constitutional treatment. Halt's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the only
Constitutional cure on the market. It Is
taken Internally. It acta directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the system.
They offer one hundred dollars for any
case tt falls to oure. Send for circulars
Addrn: F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo. O.
Sold by DrvffnUts. He.
Take Hall's Family Till for corMotloo
PKOGRAMKOIl THE CURRENT WEEK.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 72'.
Francis X, ftuehnian atid Beverly Bayne In "Tho
Poor Rich Man." The romantic story of a penniless, mil
lionaire. An appealing comptly-drarria. Which 'Would
you choose- a blonde and fluffy vaiftfilr'e 6r a whole
some, breezy western girl? You wili'see both Wpcs In
"The Poor Rich Man."
SUNDAY, FEBRUArtV 23:
Ambassador Gerard In "My Four Years In Ger
many." See our advertisement of. this special attrac
tion elsewhere In this paper. The length of the picture
will permit of but one showing during the matinee be
ginning at 2 p. m. and In the evening beginning at 7:45
p. m. Prices: Adults 40c, children 25c. t
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY V5:
Vivian Martin in "Unclaimed ' Goods." In 'this pic
ture Mlsfr Martin plays a western role that of the
daughter of a sheriff and her remarkable experience of
being sent by express. Unclaimed at her destination
she is about to he sold at auction when' she'is rescued,
and 'a "bad man" she once befriended sacrifices his
life In her defense.
Good Diinks -
Good Cheer and
are the winning
When Cold's Without
COLD WITHOUT will also mean COLD WITHIN in thou
sands of homes this Winter unless provision is made for
auxiliary Gas heating before it is too late.
A Portable Ga Heater
will fortify you against the discomforts that a fuel short
age is sure to produce. Don't fail tc ge,t yours now, that
you may enjoy its' warmth and cheer all through the
frosty days of fall and duringHhe bitter cold of whiter.
Mountain States Power Co.
Cloudennlnir has thorn for ladles
or gentlemen, tho quality of which
aro unsurpassed at t price lower
than can elsowhero bo obtained.
Done by Mrs, J. A. Rathbun, cornor
7th and (I stroets. Phono 13,
Wlien in Springfield Eat,
at tire Haw restaurant, the
D. W. ROOF
SPRJ.NGF1ELD, - OREGON
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
RODEttT BUItNS Lodgo, Kit
78, A. M- P.. Ancient ut
Accepted Bcottish Rite Ual
rrsal and Symbolic Fkk
Masons meets nrai ana imm
Friday evening In W. .0. IB
halH Visiting brothers w-
P. A. Johnson
R. W. M.