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FRIDAY, MAUCH iy lOlO.
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
HOW TO HAVE COMPAMY
HANDS EVERY DAY
Hands nro an Index to character. Every woTliun should
caro for Dor lunula and keep them In ''Company Con
dition" every day. Wo handle nil the good
. SKIN CREAMS, HAND LOTIONS, '.
CHAP LOTIONS, ETC.
which may bo required to keep tho hrimlB soft and white.
We also hantllo
MANICURE IMPLEMENTS AND PREPARATIONS,
HANI) IJRUSHES, RUBBER GLOVES
and other Ucidh which play a part In protecting and
promoting tho henuty pf ono'tt handB.
Farm J.andn nnd City Prop
orty. TrncU to milt purclm
ur. Wrlto for prices nnd
Thompson & Mil
Phone Springfield 4
Town and "Vicinity
Straw hut dyea ut I'oory'H.
Mtb. Miranda WlKKlu hnB moved to
Diamond clyca nt Pcory.'B. 1
Hilly Ilouiiu la erecting n Jioubo 'for
'II. Lyons. ,
Don't forjjot. thORO YrntatB nt Mc
Prices hroko loose at tho W. A. Ifrill
8hoo Store. ,.- , '
Tom Allen, of Mabel, was, In town
over Sunday. v
Mr. William House Ib nursing Mrs.
MrB. Itohort Schults la clorklnB nt
Cox'a this week.
.Floyd Thompson left for fanlem
' Mr. PaKo nnd boh woro down from
Soap dyca nt Poory'B.'
' Mrs. Mary -MukUI Ib recovering
from n recent lllncsB.
cMIbb Ilnrhara Holler spent Uio weok
end with her mother.
Joo Noll and wlfo have moved Into
, tho WIkkIo residence.
Otto Kaufman, of Rugono, visited
In Springfield Tuesday. ,
Hilly Houbo Is building a now dou
ble gnrngo on his placo.
Mr. and Mrs. Lonhnrt nro moving
to tho former KcHoey placo.
yill!nm Calvor linn retunied from
a trip to southern California.
Mr. nnd Mrs, Joo Lusby have moved
Into tho Q. C. Smith rOBldenco.
Mrs. I.ulu linker of I. conn,. In horo
visiting friends for a fow dnys. '
Mrs. Ivn Pongrn spent the week-end
lit the homo of her parents.
Tho Chancy Phonograph. Tho Music
Shop, CC B. 9th St.. Eugono, Ore.
Mrs. It. M. Hakcr, of Oakrldgc', was
n business visitor here Tuesday.
Miss Freda Fandrom Is assisting it
the Cox nnd Cox department store,
Waldo Hardy filed IiIb army dis
charge with tlio county clerk Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lyon motored
to Junction City Thursday nflornoon.
Putnam dyes nt Peory's.
Miss Martin was tho dinner guest
of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. McKlnzey Sun
day. ' ,
Or. James Mooro. of Eugene, will
speak nt tho Mothodlst church Sun
Glen Wooloy nnd Harold Perkins
are at Camp Lewis with Uie GDth C.
A. C. '
.Mrs. Mlnulo Morris spent tho weok-,
end with her mothor, Mrs. Hello
Sheep dip nt ''aery's, i
Mrs. M. C. Cyr underwont a major I
oporutlon at tho Mercy hospital Wed-1
Mr. J. E. Konnorly, of Waltcrvlllo,
was In Spriugfleld on business Wed
nesday. x - .
Itobort and John Wllllan, of Wal
tcrvlllo vlslte'l Mends and ' relative
, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ilond, of Eu
gono, wore In Sprlngflout 'i'hursduy
Aro you awnro of tho fact that wo
nro saving yon monoy? W, A. Hall
Shoo Store and Hopalr Shop.
i LOST At or near tho pontolllco, n
chlld'H jllvor puree, Pindar plonso no
tify Emory ItlchnrdHoti. Howard.
Mr. Jnmun fJlhhB, who In In Iho
HouWiorn Pacific hospital nt Sin Fran
cisco, Is reported as ho mo butter.
Mr, nnd Mrs. Hill Dawson have
moved Into tho houso formerly occu
pied by Mr. nnd Mrs, Joo Lusby.
Miss Margaret Dixon, bookkeeper at
tho Mountain States Power Company,
spent a fow days nt Portland last
Mr. nnd Mrs. Alex McKlnzey wero
dinner guest nt tho homo of Mr. and
Mrs. J. K. McKlnzey at Pleasant Hilt
Mr. C. M. Ilrowcr, general manager
wf tho Mountain States Powor Co,,
paid un official visit to Springfield
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Lyon made a
luminous trip to Junction City yester
day aftornoon in their now Dort au
tomobile. Springfield Feed Co. rocolrcd thl
weok ono car Feed and Flour, one
car Poultry Supplies and ono car Al
Heas Poultry Panacea at Peery's.
Miss Maud Ollfrey is assisting at
tho Whlto Front grocery for a short
time. MIsb Qllfrcy Is the niece of
Jdhn Wlnzonreld. '
W. A. Jack, of Camp Creek, loft
Tuesday night for Kansns, where ho
will transact business for a period of
two weeks or so.
Wo have sonto beautiful handwork
In luncheon sets, center pieces, caps
and nightdresses. All mado In Spring
Miss Margarot Tomscth, Minn Freda
Fandrem, Mrs. Mlnnlo Hentlcy and
Miss May bla Fandrem attended the
show in Eugeno Monday night.
Tho auditing department fixtures of
tho Mountain States Power Company
nro being shipped to Albany, whero
Mr. Ingallfl Is now located.
- Grandma Miller entertained a num-,
bar of high school pupils at tin alpha
betical cxerclso ono day last week. It
wns greatly enjoyed by nil.
Miss Hurtle Hruccr who has been '
confined to her homo for tha part two '
weeks, has again resumed her duties '
an teacher at tho Nlmrod school. i
FOIt SALE: Modern flvo room j
houso on A street. Oarage; garden;
sorno fruit. Good terms. Liberty bonds '
or stamps taken. Owner, F. E. Lcn
hart. . 2t '
Mrs. Addlo Lea and .Hen Leo have j
painted several beautiful background !
scenes for tho Snood Photo shop. Tho
scenes aro beautiful works of art and
arc worthy of mention. '
WANTED A rellablo party to tako
tho agency of a high-grade automo
bile tiro and tube on a liberal per
centage basis. Address Tri-Stato
Tiro Company, 72' 6th St.. Portland,
Mrs. A. M, Clark, who has visited
hor son, William Clark, for the past (
seven months, left for hor homo at
Alexandria, Indiana, Wednesday. Sho
will visit in Idaho and Missouri en
routo homo. . j
C. E. LyoSi has sold his Rco Six
utomobllo nnd has accepted tho ag
ency for the Dort. Tho Dort is a
popular sized car and is handled
through tho Northwest Auto Com-1
rany, of Portland, who handle th ;
Dort, Iteo, Cole Elght'and 'Marmon
pleasure cars and Iteo, Stewart, ,
Bethlehem and Duplex Motor Trucks.
PROGRAM FOR THE CURRENT WEEK.
PtijrdaY, MARCH 15:
ert Lytell In "The Spender." This clever comedy
drama from the story of the same name by Frederick
O'rin Bartlctt and published In tho Saturday Evcnlnp
Post. Some people think they know how to' spend
money to enjoy life but arc mistaken until someone
shown them how.
Alsa a two-reel Mack Sennett comedy, "It Pays to
SUNDAY, MARCH 16:
George Al. Cohan In "Hit qie Trail Holllday." Geo.
M. Cohan as Billy Sunday, that's the way New York
dramatic critics describe It. You are .bound to" like tbc
bartender-evangelist-hero, because he is a downright
got J fellow that you would be glad to welcome to
TUESDAY, MARCH 18: .
George Beban in "One More American." George
Beban excels In portraying Latin characters, "pne Mnro
American" will give you the opportunity of seeing the
famous .East Side of New York.
THURSDAY, MARCH 20:
Ann Pennington in "Sunshine Nan." If you hav
not read "Calvary Alley" by the author of "Mrs, WlggB
of the Cabbage Patch" you can have the pleasure of
seeing it in pictures. It will delight you.-
Let us tako caro
W, A. Hall Shoo Storo and
When thinking of buying table linen j j,irB. Weeks, of Tront, spont Satur
day ut tho homo of her daughter, Mrs,
Hoy Howard. ,
think of ub. MoDowoh'b.
Mr. Andrews Ib helping In tho -grocery
department ut Cox'a.
Early Seed. Potatoes 100
.Fancy Onion Sets, lb 'IOC
Bulk Garden Seeds aro Fresh
and aro Cheaper. Buy of us. All
clean, now stock.
Bluestom Il'ardwheat -$2.85
, Cupid Best Patent $2.95
10 lb. Sugar $1.00
3 lb. Choeso $1.00
(5 Boxes Matches 25 C
"(5 Bars Mascot Soap 25C
, C Bars Bob White Soap .,..25 C
Tomatoes, per can 15c
Scratch Food $4.00
Eg Mash $3.50
SPRINGFIELD FEED GO,
Kantle'ek Fountain Syringes nnd
Hot Wntor bottloa guaranteed two
yeara at Poory'a. .
Mrs. Wllmot Foster, of Portland, Ib
hero visiting hor father, F. A. DoPuo,
who Ib quite 111.
Lester Hill voxpocts to leave for
either Seattle or Haymond, Washing
ton, next woek.
II. E. Marshall will "opon revival
meetings at tho local Baptist church
the llrtit of April.
Mrs, Fred Dresslor Is quite 111.
Churllo Plntt has' purchased a new
Studebakor Six car,
Tho Chfnoy Phonograph Plays all
Records Uottor, Tho Music Shop, 06
E. Oth St., Eugeno, Oro.
G, C, Smith and family have moved
to Mabel whoro Mr. Smith will have
employment in tho mill,
Harry Ennls had tho misfortune to
1118811' his thumb Wednesday while
ostlng somo show bills.
Oacnr Lee Is recovering from . nn
IJlnoBs of malaria fover, which has
'oated for ovor thirty days.
Mrs. M. II. McKlnuoy nnd eon, Ivan,
roturnod to tholr homo al Portland
Tueedny. Ivan roturnod from Franco
with tho CCth, 0. A. C.
Patches, Boots, Cement
Just Received "
New Stock Tires and Tubes
And another shipment on the way from the factory.
We have been fortunate in being able to purchase a
shipment o.f tires, tubes, and accessories before the
raise. We are therefore in a position to offer you guar
antee 5000" mile tires at a great saving. We make our
own adjustments on these tires, saving all unnecessary
delays In sending to the factory. Buy your tires, tubes,
and accessories from' us. and save money. Try om
road serviee; cars at all hours, day and night; we drive
anywhere, any time. We also have all night repair
service. No job top small or too large for us.
Gasoline, Oils and Sundries
W. W. EBBETT POUC 1 7 PRpR!ETR
COR. MAIN AND MILL SPRINGFIELD, OREGON
Our Candies are
made fresh every day
in our own factory, and are
standardized as to purity and
flavors that are ever tempting
If a Horse Could Talk
He Would Say:
Take Me To
Warner & Orr's
To Be Shod.
WAGON REPAIR WORK DOMPIER'S OLD STAND
PROMPTLY' DONE SPRINGFIELD, OREGON.
When Cold's Without
COLD WITHOUT will also mean COLD WITHIN in thou
sands of honies 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 tho
frosty days of fall and d;iring the bitter cold of whiter.
Mountain Stales Power Co.
IP A MAN LOVES A WOMAN,
1 THAT'S JUS BUSINESS.
IP A WOMAN LOVES A MAN,
THAT'S HER BUSINESS.
IP THEY DECIDE TO GET MARRIED,
THAT'S PINE BUSINESS.
BUT WHEN THEY NEED SHOES OR REPAIRING,
THAT'S MY BUSINESS.
THE W. A.HALL SHOE STORE