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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1919)
FRIDAY, Al'IUh 18, 1010.
TIIJ3 SPRINGFIELD NEWS
TO THE PUBLIC:
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I have purchased the office and practice of Dr. J. E. Richmond at
Springfield, Oregon, and will retain the same location. This office will
be conducted along strictly ethical lines, carrying out the most advanced
methods of practice and giving you a serviceequal to that obtainable in
(Signed) DR. S. RALPH DIPPEL.
Office over Commercial State Bank. V . Telephone 3.
1 ii, x Mrs. L. C. Erlcon. of Wondilne A' big bunch of 10c crepe paper at AI P OF TWO automobiles
il II spent Friday In the city.
The Confidence of Our
hat enabled ui to build up an excellent parcel pott
business. Thli Is encouraging for we realize that the
residents of our trade territory appreciate the fact
that I tpaya to patronize home Industries Instead of
the distant mall order houses.
An unusual assortment of goods, prompt service and
our broad guarantee make It possible for us to meet
any sort of competition.
Send us a trial order for drugs or sundries also let
us fill your next prescription. We prepay 'postage on
all small order.
Town and Vicinity
i. C. H'urms. of CottaEO Grove, wob package nt Pdery'a
In the city Wednesday for medical
J. Hanekamj) has moved to Second
and D streets. ,
A lot of nifty tinted box papers In
new styles at Poery's.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Prank Paso, of Wator
Ylllo woro In the city Monday.
Orval Wagnor, of "Wallorvljlo, was
In tho city on business Sunday.
Loo Fountain, of Waltorvlllo, spent
Sunday In tho city on business.
Mr. John Windham, of Mabel, wns
shopping In tho city Wednesday.
Mr. H. E. Powers has moved from
Mill and C strcots to 240 C stccot.
Btllwoll Piatt loft for Marcola Sun
day, where ho huB socurod a position.
Huy your homo furnishings from thn
Perry Piano Storo, Stovona building.
Sowoll Gatkoy, of Mablo, had his
tonsils romovod'at tho office of a local
WANTED Spring wheat, Dluo Bald
and Beardlesa Da r ley. Springfield
. Feed Co.
TV. C. McLngan, plant superintend
ent of tho Mountain States Power
company, loft Tuesday for Pqrtlan'd,
whore ho will transact business for
the next few daya.
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Doerhoro with his father, who is ill
Mrs. Ilonald Itoborts and her two
children rnod through tho city last
Tuosday on hor way to Conrallls,
whefo sho will visit with her slBtor
Mrs. Joss Seavoy. for a few wocks.
Mr. Roberts was formerly assistant
postmaster or tho apnngneia posi
I Mrs. John Seavey has received a
letter from her brother, Allen Stewart,
stating ho has arrived from overseas
at Camp Hill, Va. Mr. Stewart was
a member 'of the famous C5th and left
hero about a year ago. His arrival
in Springfield is eagerly looked for
ward to by his family and friends.
Mr. H. E. Walker, a former resident
of this city, but who has been away
for tho past year, has returned to
Springfield and will make his homo
hero in tho future Mr. Walker has
been In Raymond, Wash:, where ho
was employed in tho shipyards. Ho
was at one tlmo city recorder of
Mrs. Sarah Adams was In tho city
shopping Saturday. Sho reports her
grandchildren, Lester, Edith and
Pearl orphan children of Dennis
Scyrs, confined to her homo with mea
sles. They are not seriously sick and
rapid recovery Is looked for.
Got tho squirrels, mice and moles
with nolson wheat. 10c and 26c a
A' big bunch of 10c crepe paper at
Mrs. Charlotte Barnor. of Spring
field, has purchased a' Dodge brothers field Garage, report tho sale this week (
ol a one-ton irucic to uwarcs at waan
Sandgathe & Adrian, of tho Spring''
WANTED House with lots or ;
to rent or buy on easy paymwas.aH
bargain price, at Springfield er
gene. Describe fully. E. WeeOiag.
Shedd, Ore. SB
Newton Pengra spent Sunday with
his wife,, who is teaching school at
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carney, of Thurs
ton, spent Saturday In the city on (bus
iness. FOIl SALE 20 acre river bottom
land in cultivation. See Thompson &
Uhl. ' '
Miss Luclle Smith, teacher of the
burne, and a Ford Touring car to Dr.
W. C. Hebham.
To Mr. and Mrs. Paul Freydlg, of
Watervllle, at "Mercy hospital, on
April 14, daughter.
To Mr; thud Mrs. A. F. Pizer,
Watervlllo." at Mercy hospital,
I April 13, a son.
WANTED TO TRADE Art apartawtr,
house of six apartments, and ataaua
of six rooms, all modern aad feur
n I shed. House new; locate! mz
Marahfleld, Ore., on lot lCfeCHfc;
property, earning now fl56 war
month. Will trade for a firstdaw
farm of best soil. Write J. Q.T si
worthy Marshfiela; Ore. 3K
iDr. W. C. Robham is now making
his r-iiu hMitnd tho Btcorinc wheel of
Robert William spent a fow days in a brand new Ford touring car, pur-
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cnasca irom snnagnuio et mirmu, 01
the Sprlngflold Garage.
FOR SALE: 10 acre tract good bot
tom land .with family orchard. See
Thompson & Uhl,
Tho United Artisans of Sprlngflold.
met with Mrs. Ida Larison on Wed
Want man to plow 1 acres in Doug
las Gardens or would rent this place.
Phono 602L Eugene.
Mrs. Jonnto Smith has roturnod to
hor homo In this city, after a pleas
ant visit in Portland.
Bruco Pettyjohn, of this city, un
derwent an operation for appendicitis
at Morcy hospital on April 14.
"Grandma" McDovitt loft Sunday
ovonlng for North Fork whero silo
will visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bow-
FOR SALE 66 acre tract well Im
proved, near Donna. See Thompson
& Uhl. "
Swarta & Washhurno yostorday pur
chased a on-ton Ford delivery truck
. .. H lit.
from Kanagamo Aarinn oi mu
Harold Kennedy, of Portland.", re-
'urned.to his home Tuesday' after a
pleasant visit wun nis granamoiper,
MV Kathryn Norton.
Sluslaw school, was a weekend visit-
or wjin ner parenia. (
LADIES See the window display
at Mrs. Thompson's. Special values M
15.00. " '
Mr. George Wfshman, of Cottage,
Grove, and Mr. E. J. Snyder, or Mar
cola, a brother of Mrs. George Catch
ing, were visitors at the home of the
latter one day this week.
FOR RENT Two acres cultivated
land. Good house, good barn, chicken
houses and parks. For further infor
mation see E. E. Lee, 6th. & Main,
Renew yoar subscription to t&rTfasss.
NOTHING ELSE JJjKE IT
' N SPRINGFIELD
See us for early seed ' potatoes,
sweet clover seed, field peas, soy
beans, spring oats and barley. Spring
field Feed Co.
There has never been anything in j
Springfield with' the INSTANT action j
etc., as mixed In Adler-I-ka. ONE
SPOONFUL flushes tho ENTIRE bow-
el tract eo completely It relieves ANY
CASE sour stomach, gas or constlpat
tion and prevents appendicitis. Tbe
INSTANT, pleasant action of AdleM-ka-surprises
both doctors and pa
tients. M. M. Peery Drug Co.
lEggtmantt 0 l
i Specials for Saturday
' Layer Cakes, Cream Puffs
and Hot Cross Buns
Lot ' U' Book Your Order For
Its "' '
HaVe purchased a Jarge quart
tlty. of , 'thjrd,, jfqurth ahd fifth
,f buttlnfee-hlce ahd green.
'., Get our price' on Valley Hay
, arid"Fd QralntJ
J g;,8EED OATS, RAPE SEED,'
l FIELD'PEAS, BUIjK'OAR
iil itiV'w frinttp Mr HBfk .C2.60
. , J ' "r , f , '
VjJilardwheak .nf, Bacjt.r..2.t5
Mcbpweirs'- Department Store , has
installed a good lino of fishing tackle
and are prepared to nerve you.
WATERSHED COATS ')
Glendenning has them fbr ladies
or gentlemen, the quality of which
are unsurpassed at a price lower
than an elsewhere be obtained .
W. W. EBBETT, Prop.
We soil guaranteed Tires and
Tubes for less'money than you
can buy elsewhere.
We sell Gasoline and Oil for less
than you can buy elsewhere..
Corns and Bunions Removett.
' 8weaty Feet Cured. '
Arth UJpo'rW Propbrly' Flttid.
DR; WM, FRENCH '
OffiipJ . rfeil M h"'
HI WlllaweiU r,
W sell Auto Accessories for lesa
' than yoii can buy' elsewhere.
We sell Good -Used Carsget
' our price.
We don't have any old 9tocW--v
ours is all new stock.
hi '. 1
W-sell Shell Gasoline and Oil
Whv Shell Gasoline? Because Shell Gasoline
Shows the highest Test of any Gasoline Sold in
i i 'Lane "County;
Standard Oil (Gravity)'. 64
Union Oil (Gravity)
Car ak jean' mm ''-'' i V iot'
llMist; n dhell uasbiin and Uils
Cprafbrt, Within .
When Cdld's Without
COIp WITHOUT vill also mean COLD WITHIN In thoti
sands of1 bodies thla Winter unleea provision is made for
auxiliary Gas "heating before It is tod late.
urill fnrtlfv vnn nmlnit thn. rtlnrnVnfnrra raf a fml Hhnrfc-
ae Is sure to produce, uoa'rzail to gat yoora now, tnat
: ytm may enjoy its warmth and cheer all through tie
" frosty days of fall and during the bitter eoli of winter.
Mountain States Power Co.
Give U Yeur Jitney Wevk