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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1919)
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
H N I GHT
UIIo! 'ere's a it!"-
Monday April 21st
1. M. Gore. !
C. O, James, L. James, J. Jnmoo,
nil of Croswull.
P. J. Young.
D. Crouch, Portland.
Frnnlc llowo, ' ( , ,
Elinor Hanson, Hums! 1
Andy Miller. .
B. 0. Hurt..
Floyd Smith. " , .
Mr. and Mrs, Coburn Present
LITTLE WAR TANK.
A Comedy With Music.
(The English way of saying "A Musical Comedy.)
By Captain Bruce Bairnsfathor and Captain Ar
thur Eliot, with Paul Gilmore as Old Bill; II. Hadford
Allen as Bert;. Horace Sinclair as Alf. A large .cast .of
notables and chorus 'of Singers and dancers.
Joyous Catchy Pretty Scenes of
MIRTH MUSIC GIRLS REALISM
SPECIAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA.
Prices $2, $1.50, $1, 75c. , Seat Sale Friday.
Mail Orders Now Accepted.
The following guests were regis-;
tored at the Springfield Hotel during1'
Ojo week ending today: ' I
Wm. A. Hark.
M. J. Kirk.
B. L Barhotf, Seattle.
J. Af Crabtree.
Dertha Rodgcrs, Scio.
A. J. Perkins and wife
'(Continued from pngo i.)
loaded with gravel were brought over
from Kugono, and hooked to tho roar
end of tho tank with enbes, nnd with
ono mighty piill the taiik slid off tho
B, nuu wim mo ainiition or Its own
powof ascended tho bank, none tho
worse for Its mishap, nnd started 'on
Its return to Kugono.
Whllo this featuro was not on the
program. It was, nevertheless, an In
teresting sight. Illustrntlnc ns nnthlnc
oIsq couM.ono of tile many dttllcultles
experienced by tho Aincrlean lii win
ning victory from tho Huns, ns It was
a common occurrence for the tnnks to
become stalled In much tho same man
nor in tho actual fighting.
Tho car was driven by Corporal Al-
dor nnd Assistant Sergeant Hnndor-
shott, and commanded by Clarence
I.iklns, of Portland, wlio nctqd ns n
gunner on a Whippet tank In tho Ar-
gonno last November. Ho went "ovor
the top" In ono of these mnehlnes
on threo different occasions, nnd es-
capod unhurt, wh'.ch Is remarkabio In
view of the fact that tho iwoiuri
length of llfo of tho "tank men" when
In action was only threo minutes, ac
cording to, his atntement
Tho machine left Eugono for tho
north Sunday night.
Buy Your Easter
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AKclefe's the way
Just for a minute, look ut tho tiro proposition from our I
Wo uro In tho ire business here, to stay. Wo can remain I
II Consequently, It pays us to haudlo pood tlresUiUted
ill 1 They're tho tires wo scIL
llll I t-Hg They're the tires you should use.
I g Wo have them to meet every need of prlco or use.
jp United States Tires
jjlll are Good Tires
We know United States Tires are GOOD tires. That's why we seil them.
SPRINGFIELD GARAGE, J. C. Neil, Mgr. BLAIR BROS, Lowell
llll CRESWELL AUTO CO., Creiwejf
A. Hall Shoe Store
Also First-Class Repairing.
room made cheery and comfortable by i '- '' "a,
the glowing warmth of Perfection Oil Heat- S -
gj er. Lights at the touch of a match. No & 7-K '
3 troublesome fires to bother with. No dust, yvir " SB.
(a . n dit IV ashes. 'T ' &. '
m Gives steady, comfortable warmth for many ffk - j
1 H.i Vwn smoice or oaor. i 'oruDie. n i "1
A LJS fej Buy. Perfection Oil Heater , 1 - I
. a R totfty. Dealers everywhere. ' -f$ LiW ' i
mm mra Tsria Tar Tm nra n .
-JTZ JSj JT8. ;JELa L.' J,,. Jl M .
BALLY RETURNS FROM
SERVICE IN FRANCE
Mr It B. Ually. son of Mrn. Ethel
Ilally, of Seventh and U ?ri ',H h
reM'i)ecl I'tme after r.n aliHnci! of
nearly a year nnd u half spent in tho
Hated In the Aviation Corps December
1, 1317,-and was blibr'ly after twtit to
Waco, To., where ho rbcclvod lata
training. Ho left for Frdficc July 18.
whore he entered jictlvo service on
tho hattlefront. Uo wa In the fnm
ous Argonno and St. Mlhicl drives, hut
oseared Injury. Shortly after tho
armistice was signed he returned to
tho United States, and after receiving
his honorable discharge, returned to
Springfield, arriving last Sunday. Mr.
Ually will make IiIh homo here, having
accented a position with the liootli
Kelly mill. ' ' '
For Your Home
A j-ortkm of our slock of furniture linn arrived from, the
manufacturers and io roady for your inspection. If you
are planning upoh furnishing a home or adding a piece
here and thoic to what you ahead have, in will pay you
to see us firt. Our line so far'omb'races: .
,-OR BILIOUS TROUBLES.
To promote a healthy notion of? tho.
li.vor ai)d- correct tho disorder eniraed
by bllouenosB, Chainliorlaln'u TabJots
Hr'e cxt'ollnnt.' Try them and boo', how
quickly thoyivo you a rellslw.for'
ytuf f6d uml banish that tlullnn'fl
stupid feeling. ' '
At tho regular monthly meotbjg o(
tho Hwththood at tho Metjijidji
church next Monday evening i?a' Ijii-
t'omp'tu' dcliato will bo hold oil ! tho'
BUbJgct, "IloHolved, That tho Amorlcan '
.,,,. A .Ia.I .1... It 1 Til .'
1 IvV rn'"1 11111 1 uyuwuu x mil iui
a .League of'atlons." Among jhqqo
participating In tho dobato whl .ba
Mr. M. C, Dressier, ,H. C. Ethel and
M. C. Peery and others At Ute'' con
clusion' ;of tho debate llrh jQiuHnnrn
wrfl lio' invited to takij' part biiiip dls-
i.. ' ' -T !.
New arficles are on the way ami we will soon be in a
position to supply about every need in home furnishings.
Berry Fiano Co.
FURNITURE ' PIANOS PIANO PLAYERS
f- , -SPRINGFIELD, OREGON
, i . i : i
.Mr, Will Darling,
foreman of the
,Mr, and RJr. N, A. Howo drove lo 'Miija iLIIlluri Mulligan, of Clnclnnat-
Albany "Suntlay, wht'ro they had ,a tl, 0 will nrrlvo Saturday morning
"most enjoyable visit with their sons, for n visit with hor mothor, Mrs. V,
John nnd I'cto Lamb'elty, M, Mulligan. Miss Mulligan has been
M, C. Dili
$,;H. SPRAGUE, Special Agt Standaro Oil Co,', Eugene, Oregon "
D'.u A L E R S
oloctrlcal department o'f tho'vAloun
itiiii States Power company, lofivrfos-
ot)3f or Ainany,,, wnero,) liatr JJpon
trAnsforred. Sir, Darlifng'haB b'oon n
'faithful tornMoyo of tho Movintnln
States Power company Hi this tv,for
Uho past year nnd his muny Q1onda
f. . . 1 1 1 ' . . .., j, U T.I 1 h . I I .
will Join hl!n In a tow Any tt. -'j
i.ii'.tev f Httctya Tjiompson iiaH.Moen
njipnijt frtun school tho past Mjvjjayff
Chambers Ildw. Co Kugono, Ore.
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Jfc Oregon. . , 4 a
Thompson Hdw, Co.) EugenoOre.
Monroo Hardware Company, Eu
Ax Billy Department Store, Eu
gene, Oregon. .
BSSLETt'.AND SON CAN , 0ngnBod B0Vt) rnnlont Jit has
NISII YOU WITH A resigned her position and expects
OH' PISHING LICENSE 1 ln,nr " ,0 80 to rnA.
,,f auto, party, consisting of Mr.
Miss Doairlco Suppenneld, of Gold-' "nd J!!"8' AI!:",H' 0f ' f"'1
i. .mini... wno n vUltnr In l.n ,.v 'fn I '' i wuu J urmua, vuiu ror-
iow .mys iasi ween wun nor granu
niotlier, Mrs. HpsH.oman.
A 'cifEsLEit And son can
Now KimNisk YOU WITH A
t hiNfLv: fit FifuN'q; nicjiNSH,
DIRECT. " ' " ' , i ',V
M.,,aud JAIr8J;loy Jonklns ,hnvg
moved.UUo, njvartnicnts in tho Seavoy?
fiulldlng. Mr. Jpiiklus Is- a formor
i-Eliliint'Of ft Lr lifidl cJld1' s u tK y ilio.;itf.
. . ' . . 'I" .!
old frloiKiB. no Is employed nt tho
Dooth-Kolly mill. '
FOR " SALE: i Modern flvo 'room
Mioubo on A street. Gnrngo; garden;
onjo fruit. Good terms. Liberty bondBl Wo atlll soil mutchoB, tollot paper,
t K'nmpH taken. Owner, P, Ji3. ,on-1 Sunbrlght, thread and lucoa at "Cc,
hart. , 2t McDowell's.
kins and Cannon Harwood, of Salem,
.spent , Sunday In tho;. clt visiting
friends. Mr. and . IVJrs PprUliis w'll
. cmnln for a fow days, ' the other
momborfl of tho liarty returning to
Salom by train.
I Mi aud Sirs. CheHtor Klspass, Miss
(lio'atrlc'o Roliort's'aml 'faster 'fl'ufstail
o'r'.'tif' StfrMgrnVlil, nlioiidfid 'Uiftl'danco
glrnn at Wondllng Saturday night,
ti'& Mfel''' 1,11,1
B0n, of SpringlleLJ, woro ovor-'3unday
gues's of Mf.'.nnd Mi's, flugo Hullln,
Alf popular ningazlnos. on salo