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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1919)
m&M, Novi&iiifch t, 1M0 ,
Owing to the heavy snows
and blocked traffic
has been forced to rearrange
her schedule slightly
Watch this space for her
arrival, or call at
TOWN AND VICINITY
A.MIddlcton rot hi house on A
(reel painted taut "week Mora the
hard ralna set In.
Mr. and Mm. V. Halhhiin left on
Monday for Oakrldgo, where Mr.
Itathbun will engage In wood rutting
Mr Crouch and daughter, Thelniu.
from Yoncolla, spent the week-end at
the home of Mr. and Mm. Clendennln.
May Alllaon in "Fair and Warmer"
at the Bell theatre. Sa'urday, Nov
ember 8. Admission prices, 15c and
C. D. llarrUon. from Coburg. haa
accepted a portion In the Cox &
Cox atore, and may later bring his
family to Springfield.
S. Jacobaen on Monday aold hia
home place on South Tenth street to
W. Landabury, who will take posses
aion of the property in the near future.
Dr. S. Ralph Dlppel, dentlat, Spring
N. W. Gay baa received a new ton
and a-hslf Ford truck, which he pur-t-baaed
a couple of weeka aince when
he made a trip to Portland, for use
In hia tranafer busneHB. He will also
retain hia team truck for Jobs where
horses are more aervlceable than the
Mr. Weatherby, a buyer from Salem,
Ik shipping two cars of apples from
thin point to the Salem cannery.
B. K. Morrison yesterday shipped
for the Portland Seed company a car
of onts, ventch and red clover aeed
A marriage license was Isaucd Wed
nesday to Robert C. Itedding, of
Springfield, and Leah Fourney, of Eu
gene. Oswald Leroy Drown, infant son of
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Brown, died last
Monday. The remains were taken to
Coburg for interment.
Do you know that the First National
Bunk of Springfield la both a National
and a State Depository T It is the
safe place for your account, too.
The Endeavor society of the Christ
inn church gave n Jolly Hallowe'en
party last Friday nlgnt, when about
forty young folks, Including members
and guests, gathered at the church
and were taken in autos to the fine
country home of Mr. and Mrs. D. E,
Furgeson on the Goshen road.
The house was beautifully and ap
proprlately decorated with Jack-o-lanternB,
tall stalks and balf-opened
eare of corn, and autumn leaves. The
guests were entertained with music,
stunts and games appropriate to the
seaMon, ending with a cleverly served
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Snend and
little son, from Waltervllle, were in
Wilbur Lepley, of Oaksdale, Calif
ornla, arrived Monday for a visit with
his mother, Mrs. Margaret Lepley
A full line of up-to-date trimmed
hats at prices that makes every hat
a bargain. Mrs Thompson's millinery,
Springfield stores will be closed the
afternoon of November 11 next Tues
day the first anniversary of the s'gn
Ing of the armstlce.
Mr. and Mrs. Jules Dimlck and little
oaugnier, rrom cascade Locks, are
visiting at tbe borne of Mrs. Dlmlck's
aunt, Mrs. Grace Roberts.
The Springfield Mill and Grain
company's plant was forced to close
down Tuesday and Wednesday on ac
count of the high water.
Mrs. Harvey Brown, Dallas, la here
to spend a week or more at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
McKlbben. Her husband will Join
her before the close of her visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Scott and
family and Wilbur Hulln- made the
trip to Portland Last Friday, return
ing home Sunday. Owing to the
heavy rains, they struck some rather
bad stretches of road on the trip.
The stock and business of the Cor-
saw & Glhson house-furnish Inir store
having outgrown its quarters In the
Creamery building, the firm moved
this week to the Brown Front build
ing, or, perhaps better known as the
old Holbrook building. In tbe new
location they have room for increased
stocks and more convenient display
Mm. R. P. Mortensen visited with
friends at Oakdale this week.
. Mrs.. . Fted Ware and daughter,
Qeorgia, of La Grande, were visitors
Tuesday at tbe home of Mrs. Ware's
aunt, Mrs. E. M. Duryee.
Let us tell you about the Beeman
hand , tractor. Springfield Feed com
pany. News, $1.75 per year In advance.
The local lodge of Rebekahs, at
Monday night' meeting, celebrate!
tbe slxty-elgbtb Anniversary of th
founding of the order. Tbf pro-
gramme included vocal and instru
mental music, readings by Mr. Marsh,
and a history of the lodge by Henry
Korf. Both of these gentlemea wen
visitors from Eugene. Refreshment
News. S1.75 per year la advance.
HEELS RUN DOWN out
side, 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
WE 1IAVK: GLOVES, MITTENS, ARTIC SOCKS, LOG
GING SHOES, SHOE GREASES, SHOE OILS, AND GEN
ERAL SHOE SHOP SUPPLIES.
L. C. HELMER
THE PROGRESSIVE SHOE SHOP
Big reduction In prices of bicycl
tires, while they last, as I must make
room for new stock. J. W. Stevens
Several mishaps to autos were re
ported to have occured last Friday,
Guy Whitney ran Into a ditch at
nighttime with his Ford on the Mc
Hen ne roaa, out me machine was
only slightly damaged. A collision
at Fifth and Main streets Friday
noon between cars driven by Stanley
Keyes and Mrs. Wyckoff resulted in
the bending of axles of both cars,
A Ford car ran off of a small bridge
three milea east of town and was re
ported pretty badly damaged.
8. E. Botta and family, newcomers
to town, are occupying a dwelling
on east Main street....B. B. Court
right and family have moved from A
street to Eighth and D....Mr. and Mrs
Marion Adams now have apartments
in the Vitus block....Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Castle have taken apartments in the
Seavey butldlng....J. E. Smith and fam
ily, from Portland, have a dwelling
at Mill and C streets....II. J. Hopper
at 809 F atreet....Mr. and Mrs Roy
Conrad have a dwelling on K street.
P. A. Nesbitt and family from Mar-
cola, are located at Fourth and D
streets.... A. A. Gibson and family,
new arrivals, have a dwelling at Sixth
and C streets.
Have you examined the Beeman
band tractor at the Springfield Feed
There will be union services Sunday
night at the Methodist church. The
American Legion will attend the ser
vices In a body. Mr. Ebert will speak
on the "Objects of the American Le
gion"; Mr. Bailey will speuk on the
"Relation' the Church Should Sustain
to the American Legion", and Teddy
Leavitt will present "The Plan of the
American Legion as Related to This
On Tuesday evening, the choir of
the Christian church met and organ
ized for the winter. The following
officers were elected: President,
France Travis; vice-president, Ernest
Skinner; secretary and treasurer, Car
rie Ditto; manager, Mn. W. P. Tyson j
aBBistatn manager. Earl Lepley; choir
leader, E. E. Morrison; assistant.
leader, Roland Mo&hler.
Last Saturday night a number of
the young people of the Christian
church, the Sunshine Girls, and
Bound to Win Classes, gathered at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Teddy
Leavitt for a post-Hallowe'en party.
The rooms were beautifully decorated
with autumn leaves and nasturtiums.
The evening was spent In delightful
games and weird stunts. After deli-
clous refreshments, the boys and girls
departed at a late hour.
ALUS Shoe Store
Headquarters for Gloves and Mitts
RAILROAD GAUNTLET FIREPROOF
GENUINE D. G. KIP GAUNTLET
MASTER SERVICE GLOVE GAUNTLET
UTILITY GLOVES GAUNTLET
TUF-R-TAN GLOVES GAUNTLET. .
.BLACK AUTO CALF GLOVES
BLACK LINED AUTO GLOVES
MEN'S WOOL MITTS
MEN'S WOOL GLOVES
MEN'S HORSEHIDE GLOVES
MEN'S HORSEHIDE FACED GLOVES
MEN'S GAUNTLET RIDING CLOVES
MEN'S PATCHED WORK GLOVES'
MEN'S HOGSKIN GLOVES WITH GAUNTLET
MEN'S HOGSKIN GLOVES WITH WRISTLET
MEN'S HOGSKIN LINED GLOVES WITH WRISTLET
MEN'S HOGSKIN LINED GLOVES WITH GAUNTLET
MEN'S BLUE CHROME WORK MITTS
MEN'S HEAVY HORSEHIDE MITTS LINED
MEN'S MULEHIDE MITTS LINED
MEN'S BLACK SEMI DRESS GLOVES LINED IN OOZE
TAN AND LIGHT TAN
MEN'S DRESS GLOVES IN THREE COLORS
MEN'S COTTON GLOVES
MEN'S ONE-FINGERED MITTS,
LADIES' AUTO GLOVES
MEN'S COTTON MITTS LEATHER FACED.
SUBJECT TO MARKET CHANGES
44 INCH FRENCH SERGE, PER YD ....
54 INCH WOOL BEDFORD CORD, PER YD
52 INCH WOOL STRIPED SUITING, PER YD
36 INCH PLAID DRESS GOODS, PER YD
36 INCH HEAVY OUTING FLANNEL, PER YD
MEN'S BIG 3 BIB OVERALLS, PER PR.
MEN'S HEAVY WAIST OVERALLS, PER, PR
MEN'S COTTON WORK PANTS, PER PR
LARGE PKG. SEA FOAM WASHING POWDER-
CORN FLAKES .....
READY-CUT MACARONI, 3 LBS
4 LARGE ROLLS TOILET PAPER
1 CAN PEAS .. .15
PKGS. MOTHER'S OATS .. 1.00
BOTTLES BLUEING , .25
TINS SARDINES ..,.... .25
DANDY BULK COFFEE, PER LB '
ROYAL CHINOOK SALMON, PER CAN .J5
CORN, PER CAN .J5
TOMATOES, PER CAN .. 1g
BEST GRADE PEA BERRY COFFEE .5Q
50c SIZE K. C. BAKING POWDER .45
NO. 5 SHORTENING 1.45
NO. 10 SHORTENING 2.85
ERALTA SQUAB SOUP .JQ
PERALTA SQUAB TAMALES .JQ
80 LB SACK MILL RUN 1.00
WHITE RIVER FLOUR 3.00
CALL US ABOUT YOUR CHICKENS AND EGGS AND ALL
KINDS OF FARM PRODUCE.
COX & COX Bffl5