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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1919)
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Kitchen Cabinets, Tables
ARE NECESSARY TO THE PROPER AND ECONOMI
CAL HANDLING OF YOUR WORK.
We carry a line of furniture for the kitchen that it
priced right and is a delight to the housewife.
Before going any further with the old inconvenient
methods, come in and see how much .easier your work
RAILWAY TIME CARDS
Southern Pacific Railway
Electric cars leave Eugene for
Springfield every half hour from 5:30
a. m. to 11:30 p. m.
Arrive Main Line Arrive
Soath bound Eugene Northbound
lt:lZ m. m 2:25 a. m.
: a. m 4:30 a. m.
1:50 p. m 10:50 a. iu.
2:50 p. m 2:55 p. m.
7:10 p. m 6:05 p. m.
Oregon Electric Portland to Eugene
Arrive Eugene Leave
11:35 p. m 7:25 a. m.
:40 p. m 1:40 p. m.
$:60 p. m 5:25 p. m.
Southern Pacific Wending Branch
Leave Springfield Arrive f
4:15 p. m 8:40 a. m. j
7:15 a. in. (mixed train) 12:50 p. m. j
Southern Pacific Oakridge Branch j
Leave Springfield 1:45 p. m. Mon-1
days, Wednesdays and Fridays; arrive
"Springfield 11:15 a. m. Tuesdays
Thursdays and Saturdays.
TOWN AND VICINITY
J. E. Coyner, of Portland, vas
business visitor in town this week.
E. M. Parsons, on Monday, shipped
a car of household goods to Salem.
J. E. Cross spent three days dur
ing the first part of the week on a
business visit in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Wright and
three children arrived from Monroe,
Oregon, this week to make their home
In this city.
Buy Egglmann's milk bread, 10c
See us for Hay
Feed and Grain
yVADE DRAG SAW AND BEEMAN
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
M. A Neet last Sunday, October 26.
Mrs. Eby. of lleasant Hill is mak
ing a visit of a couple of weeks at
Mrs. A. P. McKenzey left last week
for a couple of weeks' visit in Poit-
Grandma McDevitt left last Satur
day for a two weeks' visit with friends
Mrs. W. H. Parent, of Mabel, un
derwent an operation at the Eugene
hospital last Friday.
Mr. Coffin, whose family preceded
him from the East a couple of months
since, arrived last week from Fowler,
Mrs. Ed Collins, who had been vis
iting for three weeks with Springfield
relatives, returned last Sunday to her
home In Marshfield.
Lyman Yockey. who recently under
went a major operation at the local
hospital was able to return to his
home at Marcola this week.
Egglmann's bread made clean,
wrapped clean, and sold clean.
W. G. Hill left last Sunday evening
for Montague, California, to spend a
time with the hope of the change of
climate benefiting his health.
R. N. Matlock, of Brownsville, who
was formerly in the creamery busi
ness here, was a guest at the Spring
field hotel Wednesday night.
Teddy Learitt preached at Trent
last Sunday afternoon. He waa ac
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
and their daughter, and Mrs. Leavitt
Mrs. J. B. Hayworth, residing at
Fifth and F streets, is reported on
the sick list; also the little daughter
of Mrs. N. Helterbrand, Fifth and C
Juanita Rebekah Lodge No. 85 will
celebrate the sixty-eighth anniversary
of the order next Monday . evening,
November 3, at the close of their reg
ular meeting. All members are urged
to be present.
Paul Slack, of Marcola, was a visi
tor in town yesterday. The young
man wag slightly injured last Monday
by a limb falling on him while he
wag at work In the camp of the Effen
berger Lumber company, near Donna.
Municipal Judge Edwards had a
case of drunk and disorderly in his
court last Monday The first in sev
eral months. The offender claimed
to have acquired his "jag" by drink
ing some alcoholic compound which
wag intended for external application.
He was assessed $15.
Patronize the bank backed by over
a quarter million dollars the First
National, Springfield a state and
Grandma Lepley Is reported aerlous
Orson Stacy, of Waltervllls. waa
Springfield visitor last Sunday.
Walter Griffin left last Sunday for
a' hunting trip along the Sluslaw.
Gorney Bowerman and ton, ot
Wendllng. spent a few days to town
Mrs. O. Halvoraon and daughter,
Jennie, were visitors In Albany the
fore part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Pettyjohn, of
Mabel, were visitors last week at the
home of their daughter, Mrs. Purcoll.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred McAllister ar
rived Tuesday by automobile from
Idaho. They plan to locate In Spring
field. J. E. McKlbbon, manager of the
Carl Fischer mill at Meredith, spent
the week-end with his family In
D. W. Root. William Oilman. M. M.
Perry and Riley Snodgrass are spend
ing the last week of the open season
up the McKensie In pursuit of deer.
Mr. and Mrs. Norwood Cox and the
former's slater, Miss Alleen Brown,
left on Monday for Arizona, to spend
the winter, for the benefit of Mr.
Howard Kler. who had been visit
ing with bis parents while' on a two
weeks' furlough, left last Saturday
for San Francisco, where he will re-
ceive his discharge from the army.
Randall Scott, of this city, was
one of the seven students at the
State University granted the bache-
I o. B. Kesaey bas on exhibit at the
Commercial 8tate bank sows rine
speclmeua of corn grown on his
place sear town the past season. The
corn Is ot the Wlsconslu Twelve var
iety, and Is from prlts seed exhibited
at last year's Lane County Com Show.
Mr. Kessey's ten acres of the grain
will yield forty-five bushels per acre.
FOR SALE SPRINGFIELD RESI
For Sale Five-room hous on A
street between Fifth and Sixth streets.
Bath; electric light. Price I1.4&0.
Terms. See N. A. Rowe or A. Middle-ton.
For Sale 8lx room house and three
lots at southesst corner Sixth and F
streets; house new and strictly mod
ern; all improvements; city water and
fine artesian well. A bargain If taken
at once. Inquire of Mrs. M. B. Noble,
FOR SALE FARM PROPERTY
For Sale Twenty acres rlverbot
torn land three miles northeast of
Springfield, on McKenile river. Good
bungalow; family orchard and small
fruit. Price. M.000. Terms. Bee N.
A. Rowe or A. Middleton.
Rooms for4 rent for housekeeping.
Mrs. M. Billings, corner of Mill and K
FOR SALE OR TRADE
For Sate or Will Trade for Spring
field Property 160 acre stock farm I
miles out; 100 acres cleared; 60 or
(0 acres has been farmed; all fenced
with woven wire; on county road,
halt mite from school; 7-room houst,
largo, barn, chicken house, woodshed,
work shop, smoke house, spring houso,
spring water piped to house; 2 acre
orchard; iue outside range; 14 acres
rine bottom land, balance rolling,
plenty timber for wood and fencing.
Address Box 350, Springfield. Oregon.
For Sale or Trade The following
described tract ot Springfield real
property: Beginning at the N. K. cor
ner of block 73. running thence 8.
17 feet. W. 100 feet. N. 27 feet and
E. 100 feet. Address A. Wood. 61
Qutncy Ave.. Cottage Grove Oregon.
FOR SALE POULTRY
For Bale High-grade Whit Lev
horn cockerels. Inquire ot J. J.
News. 11.76 per year In ad vane.
lor of arts degree, on recommendation
of the faculty, by the board of re
gents last Saturday.
From a tomato patch 15x100 feet.
Mrs. Cora Hinson, living on West E
street between Kelly and Water, sold
' during the present season tomatoes
has rained tomatoes on the same
ground for the past three years.
Read Dr. Dippel's talk on "Shell
Crowns" page 3.
&f f llanv Frit fpAm
Balfleld. North Dakota, arrived in the
city last Monday and left on Thursday
to locate on their place on the McKen
ile which Mr. Fritz while here last
summer purchased from George
Spong through the agency of N. A.
C. B. Maxwell, with bis mother and
sister, of Portland, on their way by
auto returning from a trip to Redd
ing, California, got stuck in the mud
on the detour of the road between
Eugene and Springfield Wednesday
night. They returned here and
stopped over night at the Springfield
Mr. 'and Mrs. Teddy Leavitt had
as their guests this week Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Stahl, cousins of Mrs.
Leavitt. Mr. Stahl has just returned
from France and Germany and Is a
telegraph operator at Albert City,
Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Stahl are making
a four of the Pacific coast on their
Mrs. Grace Ranks, from British
Columbia, visited last week at the
home of her mother, Mrs. R. H. Mil
ler. She left here for a visit at Cor
vallis, and will return before going
to ber home In the North. Mrs.
Ranks attended the ball at Vancouver
given In honor of the Prince of
Wales. She reports It a great event
When you need the services of a
bank, remember that the First Na
tional, Springfield, is the one to call
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walters, from
Nebraska, are vlnitors at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. -Lafe Moore. They
lived at Independence, Oregon, some
years ago, going from there to the
East, and, after experiencing the rigid
climate of Nebraska, Western Oregon
looks all right to them. They are plan
ning to buy a small place In this
vicinity and locate permanently.
Last Friday night a delightful re
ception to the new members was held
at the Christian church, about two
hundred being present. The pro
gramme consisted of a banquet, in
spirational talks by various members,
and an address by Evangelist Stivers.
A splendid time was reported by
everyone. The church Is planning on
a social feature once a month.
THINK IT OVER
Do not stay away, because the
church is imperfect
Should you find and join the
perfect church, its perfec
tion would cease
Come to Church
TEDDY W. LEAVITT, Pastor
Church of Christ
Our Motto : "A Homelike Church"
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conserves time, food, fuel
--and money. Remarkably
easy to keep clean with its
white porcelain tray and
splasher back. Enables you
to dp your cooking with a
minimum of time and ef
fort, giving you leisure for
out-doors. A truly wonder
ful range for the money and
Mountain States Power Co.
Corntr Sixth and Main