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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1919)
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Tltfl SPRINOFIELD NEWS
Tboniss Humphrey left last Sunday
for Wendllng, whera he will be em-'
ployed In a lumber camp.
be here in a few
Be sure and call and
see her at
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ARRIVAL ANO CLOSINO OF MAILS
AT tPRINGFIILD POSTOFFICE
Northbound Malta close at 10 a. m.
and 4 p. m.; arrlra at 11 a. m. and
1:11 p. m.
SouthboundMalls clot at 1:30
p. m. and 1:30 p. n.; arrive at 1:30
a. m. and 3:30 p. m.
Weudling Branch (Dally except Ban
dar) Mall closes at i p. m.; arrives
at 1:30 a, m.
Albany-Oakrldge Branch Mall clot
aa at 1:11 p. m. Mondays, Wednee
days and Tiidaya; arrives at 11:1$
a. m. Tuesdsys, Thursdays and Sat
McKantla River (Dally azcept Sun
day) Mall closes 7:30 a. m.; arrives
1:30 p. m.
Mohawk Rural Route No. 1 and
McKenile Rural Rout No. 2 (Dally
icapt 8unday) Carriers leave post
office at a. m.; arrive at 1 p. m.
TOWN AND VICINITY
A eon was born, Tuesday, to Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Frost.
Mr. and Mrs. L. May and two eons
left on Monday for a visit with rela
tives In Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Ortffin arrived
home Wednesday from a visit with
their bob at Aberdeen, Washington,
and also with relatives In Portland.
Mrs. Jesse Hansard, of Lebanon, Is
a guest at the home of Mr. and Mra
II. J. Cox.
Clifford McXIbbon Is spending a
few weeks at the home of his aunt.
Mra. J. E. McKlbbon.
Mrs. L. J. Clark and son, from
Independence, visited with Spring'
field relatives last Sunday.
The Springfield plant of the Eugene
Ice and Storage company was closed
yesterday for the winter season.
Peter RodakowskI and family ar
rived Monday from Balefield, North
Dakota, and will locate In thla vicin
Mrs. W. IL Pollard and thrre
children returned the first of the
week from a few days' visit with rela
tives In Portland.
See the Deeman hand tractor at the
Springfield Feed company.
Mr. and Mrs. Gur C. Scheible. of
Kalama, Washington, are visiting thla
week at the home of Mr. and Mra.
P. E. Lenbart Mrs. Scheible Is a
sister of Mrs. Lenhart
Do you carry an account at the
First National Bank in Springfield T
If not. why nott
Dr. 8. Ralph DIppel. dentist. Spring
HEELS RUN DOWN out
aide, holes in soles of both
owner of the shoes that
made these tracks was on
his way to have his shoes
repaired at Helmers.
WE HAVE JUST PUT IN A NEW LINE OF THE
BEST RUBBER FOOTWEAR
FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT FOR BEST QUALITY GOODS
WB HAVE: GLOVES, MITTENS, ARTIC SOCKS, LOG
GING SHOES, SHOE GREASES, SHOE OILS, AND GEN
ERAL SHOE SHOP SUPPLIES.
L. C. HELMER
THE PROGRESSIVE SHOE SHOP
b. A. Washburne was able to be
down towa yesterday after several
days of rather severe Illness.
Mra. J. A. Taylor and daughter,
Metre, and son, Avery, of Fall Creek,
were week-end visitors at the home
of Mr. and Mra. C. A. Eastman.
J. J. Bryan has sold his elgar store
and pool room to J. E. Innis, from
Leon a. The new owner took posses
sion of the business Wednesday.
Professor C. A. Arehart, a former
resident of Springfield, and who
taught la the dry schools several
years since, la now superintendent of
schools at Bandon.
Charles Elliott and family, froin
Eugene, have moved Into the Ransom
Miller residence at Mia and E streets
Mr. Elliott having traded Eugene
property for the place.
Eugene Register: Mrs Fred Ware
and daughter, Georgia, of LaOrande,
Oregon, will leave Thursday for their
home after visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Ouy Pyle In thla city. They
also visited with relatives In Spring'
A Hallowe'en party will be given
tonight by the Endeavor Society of
the Christian church at the home of
Mr. and Mra. E. Ferguson, on. the
Goshen road. All wishing to attend
are asked to meet at the church at
15, when autoa will be provided to
make the trip.
Mrs. J. E. Edwards and children
returned home last Saturday from a
three weeks' visit with relatives at
Prtnevllle and Madras. They were
accompanied home by Mrs. Sarah
Elliott, mother of Mra. Edwards, who
had been visiting on the East Side
for about six weeks.
The Springfield stores can aupply
all your needs but one the First
National Bank will take care of it.
The Pine Needle Club met for the
first time in a long while this week.
when Mra. Nina McPherson enter
tained them at her home on North
Second street. Members present
were: Mesdames Mamie VanValsah,
Bernlce VanValsah, Edyth Larimer,
Lily Klzer, Emily Dority. Harriet
Caste! ; Mlsa Mary Roberta, Dolors
Castel Borean Larimer. The after
noon was spent with needle woik.
Light refreshments were served by
the hostess. The next meeting will
he with Mrs. Vanvalzah on November
Let us tell
you about the Beeman
Springfield Feed com-
MlssVenlta Moore, who ta teaching
sctaool at Wolf Creek, writes to her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Moore,
that bears are plentiful In that region,
a couple having been trapped near
her school. She made a trip last
week to her aunt'a home, eight miles
distant, and, on account of these
bears, established a record time for
horseback traveling In order to get
home before dark. Miss Moore grad
uated last year from the Springfield
High school, and is teaching her
first term of achool.
Will Darling and family have moved
Into an apartment In the Vitus block.
Mr. Darling la working In W. K.
Johnson's place as electric foreman
for the Mountain States Power coin-
pany....H. J. Jennings and family have
moved from Eugene to a dwelling on
A street between Third and Fourth
M. D. Lyons and family have moved
from Fourth and D streets to a dwell
ing on C ctreet between Second and
Thlrd..Eatephen Barr and family
have moved from Fifth and F streets
to South 8econd street.E. S. Stuman
and family have moved from Sixth
and B to Second and D streets Mr.
and Mra. Frank Ooddard have moved
to MabeL...W. F. Deets and family
have moved from Mill and F to Mill
and D atreeta...John L. Paden and
family, new arrivals from Kansas, are
located on A street between Fourth
and Flftb.CaI Barnes and family
have moved from Donna and have a
dwelling on North Fifth atreet-L. C.
Stelnhauer and finally have moved
Into the W. G. Spencer residence on
north Fifth streeLJMrs. N. Linley and
family have moved Into a dwelling at
Second and F streets.
BILL SAYS :
If It's good shoes at a reasonable price that you want,
h has 'em.
Also Wool and Dress Sox, Arctio
Sox, and ArcUo
Oh, you men with cold feet, come a running!
Ladies' brown or black kid shoes at less than the
present wholesale price. Think of the saving and come in
and see. .
Girls' school shoes at pretty near last winter's price.
Isn't this a find just like striking a gold mine.
Rubber foootwear for the whole family at a very small
advance over last year's prices.
You buy everything here at reduced prices on account
of my early spring purchases, and therefore make a big
saving. ' ..
Also first class repairing.
W. A. HALL Shoe Store
Gold crowns, or caps, aa they are often called, are occasionally
(rarely) useful in some bridge work where the benefits derived will
overcome the bad qualities, also In .retaining some forms of hemov&ble
appliances. It Is at the best a choice between two evils.
The gold crown Is absolutely the last resort in a conqcient'or.
endeavor to restore a tooth or teeth. The cap, as it la called, 'a ti. :
poorest of all mechanical contrivances placed in the mouth- V. h
because there are few dentists who take the time for praje. c.i
structlon and see that it fits perfectly under the rum margin. It -
bad because with all precautions It will not maintain Its 11: u&der
stress of maaticaUon even though correctly made and perfec.ly
fitted. It is bad because the enlarged band will harbor food and
Infection which becomes putrescent, giving a bad taste and foul
breath. It is bad because some dentists cannot get above commer
cialism and give yon the benefit of what is yours by right and what
they know to be true. I say this because there are men who will
cover np your defective tooth without proper care. It will Irritate
the gums and cause gingivitis. It la an indirect cause of PYORRHEA.
It la an unsightly affliction to wish upon any person lrregardlees of
The average case in which a gold crown la placed la entirely
uncalled for, because It can be properly repaired by means, of a
filling material such as amalgam or gold Inlay, either of whlch la tar
Here is the cause of this article. A great many people believe
that a gold crown gives strength to the tooth. A house is no better
than the foundation upon which It rests, and ao with a tooth. To
properly place a crown requires the destruction of considerable tooth
structure. If not already destroyed by carles. This added destruction,
of course, Is an absolute necessity for proper fitting of a crown. It
weakena the tooth base and the crown does not repair the damage.
There ia unfortunately a class of commercial dentiata who place
a gold crown on every tooth which haa a cavity either target small
or Indifferent Commercialism without conscience or regret the man
who places a few dollars before your welfare or who will try to make .
you believe you are receiving true professional service.
People, if gold Is indicated or necessary, a gold Inlay cant be
placed In any position or on any tooth whit can be ruined, by a
gold crown. It can be done better because It requires less destruction
of the tooth. It la more durable and sanitary. It looks better. It
doea not have any surplus band to Irritate the guma and harbor
putrescent food debris. It does not cause gingivitis nor PYORRHEA.
Why? Because it gives you an exact reproduction of the tooth aa
nature intended and la not a hood, cover or cap of surplus material.
There are a lot of people who agree with me and some who do
not Hare you a gold crown? The chances are favoorable that you
have. Do you have a bad taste In your mouth some-times and wonder
WhyT Go to the mirror and aee if your guma are red or blue above .
the crown. Take a toothpick and carefully insert under the gum to '
the edge of your crown and see how much of an edge stands out If
your crown ta all right, you will not find this evidence. Go look right
Now, kind people, I am not asking you to have all of these crowns
removed: far be It from auch. If they do not bother you too much,
for heaven'a aake (leave them alone and keep them clean the beat
What I want and implore of you ia to demand modern dentistry
when you go to your dentist
I will make you an amalgam restoration of your tooth for less
money than you pay for a gold crown. I will make you a gold Inlay
for approximately the same price aa you pay for most crowns.
People, you are entitled to the best the profession haa to offer
and you do not have to leave your home town to get It
i Very truly yours.
DR. S. RALPH DIPPEL
M. E. CHURCH
Sunday-school at 10:00. We invite
you no matter what your age la; we
have a claas for every age.
Preaching service at 11:00 a. m.
We are asking parenta to bring their
babies and older children to church.
Come for Sunday-school, and stay for
Ep worth League at 8:30. A goodly
number were out last Sunday evening,
but we expect more next Sunday
Preaching service at 7:30. Oood
muslo and a live message will be
yours If you come. .Look for the sub
ject on the church bulletin board
There will be an Epworth League
social on Saturday evening. A good
J time la promised to all We Invite
all our young people, but our friends
aa welL '
The pastor and Dr. Emery attended
a most interesting district conference
at Albany, Tuesday and Wedneaday.
At their laat regular meeting the
Neighbors of Woodcraft elected the
following officers for the ensuing
P. O. N., Bernlce VanValzah; O. S,
Minnie Glrard; advisor, Harriet Caste),
barrister, Lily Klzer; clerk, Nina Mo
Pherson; magician, Delia Peterson;
captain of guards, Katharine Horton:
attendant, Cora Hlnson; I. S., Viola
Young; O. S., Maggie McLagan; man
agers, Mary Mag HI, Edyth Larimer,
Emily jDority; musician, Bernlce Van
Valaab, .. . . ..