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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1919)
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If you want your gift to make a lasting, favorable im
pression, to endure and represent for years your thought
ful care, make it furniture.
We have a selection of pieces such as Little Rockers
and Coaster Wagons for the Kiddies.
A nice assortment of Enuminum Cooking Utensils.
Playerphone Thonograph the gift the whole family
will enjoy for years.
MURRAY FUNERAL SERVICES
HELD LAST TUESDAY
In thla city. Mr. Palmer baa been en
gaged In the mercantile business In
Roeeburg for several yeara past and
ia wall known In tha valley.
You're missing aomatbtng If yea
baTtn't beard tha new Playerphone
now on dlaplay at our atort. It's dlf
Tarant. Coraaw A Qibaot.
A. P. A A. M. LODGE MEETS.
At tha annual mating of LI batty
lode No. 171. A. F. A. M.. bald In
tha lodge room, Tuesday craning Dec.
. tha following off lie ra wara elected
for tba ensuing year: C. E. Wbeaton,
W. M.; W. L. Rouse, S. ; II. M.
8tewart. J. W.; n. A, Washburne. j Wash.; Mra. Mm V. McCoy of Lake
treasurer: C Olson, secretary; J. H. ,'rk' ' One aon. Carson, and ona
KeteJa. S. D. : Herbert Cox. J. D.: II. ioier. Mra. lora .aimer, prececten
Funeral services over tha body of
Cbarlaa J. Murray of Springfield were
conducted Tueaday by tba Rev. Teddy
Leavltt, tha burial taking placa at Mt.
Charlca J. Murray was born July 17,
1S4I at lona. Michigan. Ha came to
Illinois In 186 and was married to
Mlaa Cyntbla Jana Lowe June 24,
1S69. Six children were born lo this
union, as follows: George' K. of New
Kirk. Okla.; Frank V. of Springfield;
Mm. Ilattle A. Rlnehart of Puyallup.
W. Whitney. Tyler; Dan Crlter. 8. 8.;
lrl Stewart, J. S ; C. E. Swarta.
Tha regular bimonthly meeting of
Poet No. 40. American Legion, will be
held In tha W. Q. W. hnl! next Mon
day night. Dec. 15. The Springfield
post has sent a letter of condolence
and $25 to the Central la post of
American Leg loo
him to the great beyond. He moved
with hia family to Iowa In 1K82. and
to Springfield. Ore.. In 1906. at which
placa ha has alnca resided.
A marriage license haa been Issued
to llertle Neet, 23. a lumberman, and
Mable Reynolds. 18. both of Springfield.
Testa and examinations for tha sec
ond six week period have been given
during tha present week.. Report
cards are lo bo given out next Mon
day. Mlaa Williamson reporta a further
Increase In Ilia number taking hot,
lunches. Thursday 76 pupils wara
Tha menu for next week and for
Monday and Tuesday of the follow
ing week Is as follows:
Monday Mashed potatoes, butter,
chocolate, deviled horn sandwiches.
Tuesday I'otato soup, crackers,
Drown Hetty, cheese sandwiches.
Wednesday linked bean, choco
late, butler, sandwiches.
Thursday Spagettl and cheese,
stewed apples, meat sandwiches.
Friday Vegetable chowder, choco
late, lettuce sundwichc O
Monday Iluked potatoes, butter.
chocolate, peanut butter sandwiches.
Tuesday Succotash, baked applea.
deviled ham sutlDwiches.
The Ilrotherhood will hold Its reg
ular meeting In the parlors of the
Methodist church Monday night. A
sreaker will be secured and supper
If money la worth having It la
worth aavlng. Begin the saving habit
(now by starting an account at the W be served at 7 o'clock
I first National Hank In Springfield.
. .,..,. .,.. k. LINCOLN SCHOOL NOTES
i the ladiea of the Needle raft club at
tha home of Mrs. R. Mortenson laat
Thursday. The hours were apent In
Christmas needlework. The club will
meet with Mrs. Aicc McKenxle on
Dec. 18. where a Christmas tree will
TOWN AND VICINITY
be the main attraction.
wrapped clean, and sold clean.
Mra W. M. Makenson of Turlock.
Cal.. formerly of Sprlngrield. arrived! Dr. S. Ralph Dlppel. dentist. Spring-'
bread made clean, " ' " n,al on ner W"T "eld. (i.egon.
wnere sde will make
I W. P. Tyson says he hated to see
fher home with her daughter. Mrs.
Mrs. Artie Sneed and small aon j Oscar Kendall. t today come. When asked why. he
Allen left Thursday for Portland to i . 'l confidentially that It is his
visit with Mrs. SneeU'a sister. Mra. ! 1)0 rca ,iv' ,n sP"'nrfield and do birthday anniversary today. Tyson
H. C. Dye. They will also visit with yo,lr b"nkin ln Eugene? If so. It 'a nays that hereafter his birthdays ars
Mrs. Sneed's mother and father. Mr. not "wwsary for the First National ro(ng to number backwards, as the
and Mrs. J. L Allen of Cascade Locks. ;n Springfield will take rare of all KrM gHy theirs do, and he will start
-your Interests as well as any bank , erowlnr a vear vounaer from today.'
could. ! Instead of older. You can make your)
Mrs. J. D. Smith of Natron is visit-' own UPM- but WH"" w,Ker ym won'1 1
ing at the home of her daughter. Mra. 'h,t U vr' nar m,W" vou ar" wHI j
Groceries in the Cash and Carry C. Lindlev. ; ar-quamiea wnn me young genu jvny-
store, took a sudden drop last week.) i wav h "houldn t kirk when he haa
giving the clerical force of that store! G- E- Brua of Wendling was In town ; a vacation and all this snow In which
! Tuesday on business. ; to frolic.
Our schools are to close for the
holidays on Wednesday. Dec. 24th at
noon and open on Monday, Januury
All rooms are making preparations
for Christinas programs to be held In
the forenoon of the 24th.
Attendance especially In the prim
ary department, has been rather light
the lust few days on account of the
C. A. R. HOLDS MEETING
(Continued from Page I.)
The "Miracle Man" is coming to the
Bell theater Saturday and Sunday,
December 20 and 21.
Quilt committer. Alma Slgnor,
chairman. Mrs. J. Montgomery and
Mrs. Mary Green.
Kntertalninent committee: Mrs. K
Ilorton. chairman. Mrs. L. Montgom
ery, Mrs. Hannah Hill and Mrs. Kmily
, much extra work. However, it was
not a arop in prices, me sneives on j The Rv!V j H Ebert went to KoreMl : n. L Steelquist. general manager of
the east side of the store gave way Grove for a few dayg v,Hjt wlfh h Mounlan sta(t. .0wer company.
; was in Springfield on business Tues
NEWSPAPER IS FARMER'S
(Continued from Page One)
lulling all V. .1 .AfJa mm hi nn. i 1 1
1 v 1 1 nif, c,, iuv 1 v.. o via iuciu toil
to the floor in a heap, causing a great
nrxture of vinegar, molasses, ex
tracts, cereals, etc. One of the clerks HI t his home west of Springfield.
The young son of W. James ia quite
rroncunced it as worse than a
"Duke's mixture' Everything has
been replaced now. much better than
they were before.
Vr. and Mra. J. J. Poyll of Eugene
Monday and will open a dinning room
in connection with the hotel. Mr.
and Mrs. Montgomery are moving in
to the little stone building west of
One of lh newcomers in Spring
field is W. M. Wvoden and family who
paring ropy for the press, the distinc
tion between reader and display ad
vertising, are points which will he
considered In the course of faun ad
vertising which will be conducted by
(. J. Mcintosh, of the department of
In at Main and Ninth I Industrial journalism
LOST AND FOUND
FOI'NIK Nearly new woolen glove.
Owner enn have same by proving
and paying for ad. News office.
FOR SALE COWS.
YOl'Nd Jersey cow. lo be fresh about
Chrixtmas. Frank McConnoll, Croa-well.
(io lo II. K. Pitts' cabinet shop,
corner Fourth and C streets, for your
windows, glass and window frames,
door, kitchen cabinela. kitchen tables.
English breakfast tables, and general
WANTED High school girl or young
lady to do part time reporting and
writing about town. Good wagae.
Apply at Tha Ntwa office.
Typewriter paper of all kinds and
rlbtrtms for any make of typewriter
for sale at The News office.
NO KNIFE AND LOSS OF BLOOD
No Plastcra and Paina for Hours
TUMORS. PILES. FISTULA, GOITRE
DISEASES OF WOMEN SKIN
STOMACH, BOWELS Four years
study in Europe. Over thirty yaare
Portland Physical Therapy Labora
tories, 412 to 417 Journal Building
If you are In veed of typewriter sup
plies, don'l forget thn News oflce.
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.! Mra. O. E. Carter of Landax has
J. A. Cox Sunday.
i been in town for a few days on bual-
You will save money by trading at j
the Variety Store. . I Wayne Vamell of Thurston
j moved to Leaburg.
Mi.'-g Carrie Ditto spent Sunday at' .
the Sidwell home In Coburz. ! Mr. and Mra. Floyd Creen of Wis
consin Is visiting at the home of Mr.
See page 6 for "Goat Feathers." ; Green's sister, Mrs. Ole Holveraon !
v ,nnd bis brother, John Green.
The regular meeting of the Pris-:
cilia club was held at the home of
Mrs. I. D. Lorlmer Friday, Dec. 5th.
An enjoyable afternoon waa spent In
upu'lnp tanrt rnnroKfltlnn rVifnfv fq.
. . . . ' . ' I Mra. Cheater Ellstat) waa dismissed
ireuiiieins were serveu oy me nosi- , , , . , , . .
SB As the president and secretary i
were not there no business was at-1 The "Miracle Man" Is coming to the
tended to and the election of the new Bell theater Saturday and Sunday,
officers, which was to take place at December 20 and 21.
that time was postponed. They will
Teddy I-avitt lias been Invited to
speak at the annual meeting of the
Christian church of Napa. Califor
nia, and to conduct a week of Fellow
ship meetings from December 28th to
ha8 1 January 4th. Mrs. Leavltt will uc
company him on bis trip south.
Mrs. J. E. Cavitt waa admitted to
the local hospital for medical treat
ment this week
At the Mercy hospital. Monday,
December 8. 1919. to Mr. and Mra.
Franki SmltHon. of this city, a daugh-1
ter, weight Sy pounds.
To Mr. and Mrs.
Tuesday .December 9,
To Mr. and Mrs. George Neyman,
Sunday, December 7, a daughter.
be elected at the next meeting which
will be held at Mra. Rebhan's home,
Friday, ' December 19.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Sylvester of
Siltcoos are expected to arrive in
Springfield tomorrow. Teey will visit
with friends and relatives until after
Mr. and Mrs. Al Montgomery bave'welj
leased the Hotel Springfield to Mrs. i
Belle Spong. She will take charge
To Mr. and Mra. Roy Edmlnston"of
Thurston, Wednesday, December 10, !
1919. a daughter.
GRADE AUTO ACCIDENT8
For the year ending September 30,
1919, there were 44 grade fatalities
and 165 Injuries on the Southern Pa-
Clean Easy soap
Week of Dec. 15
Springfield Feed Co.
Mrs. Lydahl is convalescing from
an operation performed some time
Miss Phoebe Nelson of Springfield
is staying with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ed
minston of Thurston for a few daya.
Miss Flora Lindley returned to
Springfield Monday after visiting forjlflc lines, according to reports from
several days with friends in Ores-! the office of the assistant general
manager ot that roan. ine report
"In practically every Instance oc
cuoants of automobiles had unob-
i structed view of track In both direc
tions sufficient to enable them to ob
serve approach of train before reach
"As In the past, most of these actl-
L. F. Alderson, special agent for the
Continental Insurance compuuy. waa
in Springfield Wednesday
j Dr. S. Ralph Dippel, denrisi., t,.iiig
j 'ii'.'i, Orsgoii.
I A very Interesting: basketball came
! was jdayed between the Goshn andidenU Solved passenger trains dla
i Thurston basktball teams Friday, Dec. proportionately to the number of
r 5th. in the Thurston bull. The game!4ra,n" of ,h,B ,la8B wh,ch fonti""6
j resulted In a score, of 12 to 44 In favor!0 emphasize the belief that mis
I of Goshen. A return game will be Judgment of speed of paasengef
i played at the Goshen hall a week from i "tins by occupants ot automonuea is
Saturday night, Dec. 20.
II. J. Palmer of Roseburg has taken
a position with the Cox & Cox store
a primary contributing cause to such
News, $1.75 per year ln advance.
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