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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 25, 1919)
THURSDAY, httCHMfttm 25. 1019.
boon confined In the local hospital
several day following a major opera
Bit Jal Christinas dance, Steven
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THE SPIlINQPIKLt) NEWS
hall Dec. 25. 8:80 p. m. - Everybody
welcome. Popular price.
Harold Stewart, sou of George
Stewart of this city, waa operated on
for appendicitis at the local hospital
Dr. S. Ralph Dlppel, dentist. Sprtaf
Ernest. Heaton and Miss Hon a Stirl
ing of Waltervllle wore married at the
Christian parsonage by Teddy Leavltt
Thursday, December ISth.
Mrs. A. D. Van Valznh returned Fri
day from a visit In Portland.
If money Is worth having It Is
WE WISH ALL OF
A JOY THIS
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In appreciation of your patronage, your friendship, we
greet you and wish you a Merry, Merry Christmas and a
very Happy and Prosperous New Year.
The loyalty and support of our friends and customers
has resulted in the very gratifying growth of our business.
We pledge you a grade of furniture service for next year
that will save you money, that will fill your needs perfectly.
.'hi. &iiW JBsfr ( w flB fi!fcau-u
worth saving. Begin the saving habit
now by starting an account at the
First National Dank In Springfield.
Walter tiosslcr Is making a Christ
mas visit with his parents In Marcola.
Miss Marjorie Mai hen. mathe-!
matlcs teacher In the local high'
school left Tuesday evening for Uolxe,
Idaho, to visit with her parents dur
ing the holidays.
Coining: tferuldine Furrar In "Tln
Stronger Vow. Wutch for it at Ilell .
theater soon. .
Members and Pastor of
Come to the best program ever
.held in' the Christian Church.
Town and Vicinity
The Needlecraft club met at the
home of Mrs. A. McKenzie last Thurs
day and spent the afternoon hours In
Christmas needlework. The Christ
mas tree prepared by the hostess
caused a great deal of merriment. The
next meeting will be on January 1 at
the home of Mrs. C. E. Fisher on Em
erald Heights where a dinner will be
enjoyed by the members and their
husbands. Mrs. F. B. Hamlin waa
taken in as a member to fill the va
cancy left by Mrs. E. E. Martin.
Coming soon, Wm. S. Hart in
"Truthful Tulliver." Bell theater.
Miss Bell Milligan and her brother
Oscar of Waltervllle were business
callers in Springfield Saturday.
J. H. Brown Thurston was in
If money is worth having it is
worth saving. Begin the saving habit
now by starting an account at tie
First National Bank In Springfield.
Mr. Teachout of Thurston was a
business caller in Springfield Satur
day. Big Jazz Christmas dance. Stevens
hall Dec. 25, 8:30 p. m. Everybody
welcome. Popular prices.
Ernest Funk of Florence Is visiting ;
with friends in Springfield.
J. H. Peabody celebrated a birth
day Tuesday, the celebrating consist
ing mostly of work. What he regrets
Get the Genuine
in Every Cake
about it is that he says he Is now
in the bachelor class. But we refuse
to believe him. thinking that he Is
merely taking this means to shy aw
from many of the fair damsels of the
Fatty Arbuckle in the "button bust
er' comedy "Out West," Bell theater
Ray Love of Jasper was discharged
from the local hospital Monday morn
Mr. and Mrs. Teddy Leavltt will
leave Thursday morning for a two
weeks' trip to Napa. California. They
will also visit at Oakland and Berke
Dr. S. Ralph Dlppel. dentist, Spring
Samuel Caruthers of Thurston who
underwent an operation for appendi
citis at the local hospital some time
ago was discharged Monday.
See the Beeman hand tractor at the
Springfield Feed company.
Margaret Tomseth has been con
fined to her home several days on
account of illness.
When you patronize Springfield's
leading bank the First National
you deal with a city, county, state
and national depository. Are you
safe? Well, yes, I guess so.
Mrs. O. F. Thlel left. Tuesday for
her home in Yoncalla after having
Mrs. A. A. Vallier returned froml
Timber. Ore., to spend . Christmas
with her father and niece. Mr. Vallier
is In the employ of the Southern Pa-'
clfic at Timber.
! James A. Doughty of Wheat Basin,
! Mont., and Mrs. Itosa L. Norton of
i, Springfield were married at the office
of tho Justice of peace in Eugene i
Monday. Dec. 22, 1919.
A marriage license wns Issued to
Karnext () Funko nf J-'1ni-i.ti ni'iil
Flora E. Llndley of Springfield. Mon-I
day, Dec. 22. 1919.
LOST AND FOUNQ
FOl'ND Man's bicycle during the re
cent snow. Owuer may have same
by proving property and paying, for
ad. Inquire at News office.
FOL'ND A new pulr of baby's shoes
near McKenzie bridge. Owner iay
have same by puying for ad. Inquire
FOUND Cotton glove on Fifth St.
4Owner may have same by calling ut
News office and paying for ad.
LOST A gray wool knit scarf, dark
borders on ends, lost by Miss Ruth J
bcott on coasting hill Saturday
night. Reward for return to First
WANTED To store a piano for use
of same. Best of fare will be given
by young couple. Inquire at News
FOR SALE COWS.
If ye hear
a body yelling
Commercial State Bank
CABINET 8HOK -Co
to H. E. Pitts' cabinet shop,
corner Fourth and C streets, for your
windows, glass and window frames,
door, kitchen cabinets, kitchen tables,
English breakfast tables, and general
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WADE DRAG 8AW AND BEEMAN
E. E. MORRISON
Wishes you a
The Mountain States Power Company wish all their
friends and patrons a very Merry Christmas and a most
prosperous New Year. We thank you for your patronage
and support In the past, and sincerely hope that the same
friendly relations will prevail In the future. We feel that
Springfield is just entering into a period of great prosperity
and that we should all work, together to make Springfield'
a larger, better and busier city than at any time in the past. '
Mountain States Power Co;
I - ' Corner Sixth and Main