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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 1, 1920)
TtltmShAY. .TANtUllY 1, 1026.
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Your loyal support In th past en
courage ut to lay BROADER plant
for the FUTURE. Thank you. We
with you a Happy New Year!
MRS. J. C. ATKINSON DIES
Mrn. Jennie Atkinson. wife of J. ('.
Atkinson, dit'tl t her home In S prliiK
field Tuesday ovciihik tit 5 4.'.. from
Funeral services will bo held from
Walker's chapel. 'I'luii xilay. Jun. 1,
at 1:30 o'clock, llov. V. I.. Uutley of
ficiating. Hurlal will take phico III
Laurel Hill cemetery.
Mrs. Atkinson leaves besldca Iut
husband, one daughter. Mrs. Loin I..
Chase of Prune ille, anil three grand
children. Allow Moon. I.eroy ami
Janet CIi.m oin- il.itihtor. t Ethel
Moon having died sl veins ago. She
also leaves one sister. Eileti (Mark
of Sheridan. Wjo; ihreo brothers,
K. Morris. A. II Morris and J.iiiii'h 1'.
Moris, nil of I.otigtoii. Kansas.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
Ft) It SALE OH TUAMK Nun' room
holism ami huge lot in M.irshfleld
for property in Springfield or vicin
ity, or will trailf for auto lliuiso
Is thoroughly inndirn; an f x 1 1 ti t
view on lav. Cm, I rental property.
Iniiiirt at New s oil ii o.
Town and Vicinity
Mr and Mrs. V. M. Berry bad as
their guests for Christmas Mrs. H. It.
Conk and family of Wendling. J. K.
Hale and son of Medford also visited
(lie Berry family Tuesday. .
Owing to the recent increase of
flour. C. F. Egginiann has found it '
necessary to increase the price of his
bread, one cent on the loaf. j
When you patronize Springfield's '
leading bank the First National I
you deal with a rity, county. state :
and national depository. Are jou
safe? Well, yrp, I gueas so.
Harry Stewart and C. E. S warts at
tended the Knight Temphtrs banquet
in Eugene Tuesday evening.
Pr. S. Ralph Pippel, diriF, Spring-
f eld, legnn.
1II HinsoT). a sMnb-nt in the I'ni-ver.-ity
of Orteon. is working ut the
Boston roller mills at Shedds during
tl'.e Christmas vacation.
If money Is worth having it is
worth saving. Begin the saving habit
now by starting an account at the
First National Bank in Springfield..
V. A. Hall accuses some one of
mixing "something ele" in his milk
lately so In- is drinking water now.
Let us tell you about the Beeman
hand tractor. Springfield Feed com
Floyd Thompson and Victor Fogel
left Monday for Seattle and other
points north. They will later return
to La Grand, Oregon.
Charles Hanley was found in an in
toxicated condition Tuesday night by
Night Policeman Fred Hinson. Han
ley, who lives in Eugene, was haled
into the Justice court and fined.
We have shipping cream, table
cream, sweet milk and sweet skimmed
Inilk for sale. Springfield Creamery.
Mrs. Silas Gay returned Tuesday
to her home in Jteedsport after vis
iting with relatives here during the
holidays. Mr. (Jay who was with her
left several days earlier.
Joe Lemons returned the first of
the week from a big duck shoot on
Tillacoos lake. He reports that he
got so many ducks he couldn't carry ,
'them all out so he left them. How
ever to' is now trying to purchase two
or three ducks to pay for the use of
, the etin whii h he borrowed from a
Mrs. Artie Sin-ed left Friday .for
Cortland to visit with her sister. Mrs. ;
II C. I)ye and her mother. Mrs. J. I.
Allen of Troutdale.
VV torwrap.s, and Job printing neatly i
FOU SALE Si room house and :i
lots on First and C slice's lies!
proposition in thciily. (Umi, terms
Inquire ut house t address It (i.
Barnes. Springm Id
FOU SALE llooU typewriter i heap.
Inquire ut News oil lie.
market roads in l..iiie county
LOST AND FOUND
FOl'NI) Curse com Own
er can have sane- ! pt" nig prop
erty and payini' !"t ad Itiqinie at
New s office
FtU'NH Man's bn l. i! uriui; the re-
letlf sllO'A. 0,e ci.iy Live same
by loving Ii . i and paying lor
nd. Iiiqim e ;(t N. ill : : .
FOl'NI) ''oM. .11 lew mi Fifth SI
Owner nun hae s.itce l.y i;illmg at
News offii e and pay I: i: : - :' a 1
WANT El '!'" ! i i ' 1 1 for use
of siime. I'..- -1 i I i i 1 a !! he gi ril
bv yoirf'g i i ' i j i i ' - l:. ,a ie al News
ol f ice.
lone by The News.
I Z. A. Ebbert of Coitland is visiting
; his sisters Mrs. J F. Cowers and Mrs.
I John W'inzenried of this ity.
Fern Travis i woiking in Egci-
matin's randy kiti Inn during the
Miss Crystal Bryan had her torn its'
removed Friday. Itcport are that she
is doing nicely.
A town is Judged largely by iM
banks.- The First National Bank of
Springfield is one of this town's'
greatest assets. Are you helping to j
make it stronger by your patronage?
J. A. Roberts left last week for
North Bend to spend Christ mas with
his son Konald and family.
Miss Lillian Mulligan of Marshfield,
who is thief clerk for the Standard
Oil company of that place, is visiting
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
Mulligan of Springfield over the holi
days. Typewriter paper of all kinds and
ribbons for any make of typewriter
for sale at The News office.
The young son of J. L. Schrader of
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r.Ufiil' nua uriuiru uu si lun-
.silecioiny Monday morning.
Lester Vullier of Cortland is visit
ing with his parents, Mf. and Mrs.
G. I). Vallier.
Miss Billie Burgh Is visiting with
friends at Grants Cass this week.
METHODIST CHURCH SERVICES
Sunday school at 10 a. ni.; preach
ing, service at 11. Message, "God's
call for you and the church for the
New Vear." Epworth league at
A good meeting Is expected.
Evening service at 7:30. The choir
LOCAL BANK IS SUED
FOR $25 000 DAMAGES
III a sirt teienlly !';ei iu lhe fed
eral court in Cortland by S V. Caglcy,
formerly of Sprinv .: i' ld, the i'r-t Na
tional bank and Charles L. .'.cot: are
made defendants. i';icl' y m-Is L'"e.
000 damages on inocunt. of li arresl
in Cortland la .t September on a
c harge of larceny and i :n!i' .'lenient
of funds of the Springfield lodge of
Odd Fellows. After bcini: held In Jail
a few days his (are wa.-i ili.siuissed on
a motion of the di.--rict attorney at
Cagley alleges in his complaint that
he gave the lodge of Odd Fellows a
heck for $70 on t!i" Fir-it National
bunk of Springfield to cover his al
leged hhoilage and that the i heck
was returned to the payee marked
"no funds." Cagley says be then
sent to the bank from Cortland a
money order for iSO, according to his
Hlatement.. Instead of applying it to
bis checking account, he aleges Scott
and the bank applied It on a note, not
REV. W. A. ELKINS of Eugon
will 3peak Sunday night at th
Co to 11 E I 'i I f -" cabinet shop,;
( orner Fouith and c sU-ee's. for your
Tvusflow. g!a-- Hid window frames,;
door, kitchen i.iImii' Is. kit'lo-n ahl ,
English bie.,' fa i t..b:-. . and youcml i
Job W ol k
i and male ;ii;i 1 1. i I -,t.- b..t It tnoi n-
ilig mm! oi III::.' x 1 "t:. . ; . . t a
h'-ai t v w a oin a a y " '. ai e
Choir Hi. i t.. el, 'I h:u day e' i-ning
at 7.-." ;n lio- il.a' i. i ne aoi Hi !
league siaial o.- I'-'-diH Ml g ill
lhe parior- ol' tin- i-ui''i All young
people ai ins Me,). , ,-n up m t l.e
and all that is good in the New Year.
Springfield Feed Company
NOW SERVES MEALS
Mrs. Bell Spong, who has had u
rooming house lieie for the last, six
teen years, and who has been in the
hotel and rooming house bu ailiess for
the past thirty years, recently took
over the Springfield hotel on the cor
ner of Main and Third street.. . She
has opened the dining room and is
Dr, 8. Ralph Dipp' !.
Itev, W. A. Elkins, of 'Eugene, will
speak at tin! Christian Church next
Sunday evening. Itev. Elkins has
rec ently relumed from H.') hh vice, j
Saturday Night 7:30
W. O. W. Building
SPRINGFIELD HIGH vs. THURSTON HIGH
AMERICAN LEGION vs. THURSTON TOWN TEAM
Thurston town team won from KprinAfiVM Hih
Alumni. Sec a "I'lj'y" Kitmn when the American
Legion team takes them on. He there to root for
the American legion "Speed Hoys."
AS nearly perfect as any
range can be made. It
conserves time, food, fuel
and money. Remarkably
easy to keep clean with its
white porcelain tray and
splasher back. Enables you
to do 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 PovverCo.
Corner Sixth and Main