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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1920)
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TllM srhlNGKIEM) NEWS
TOWN AND VICINITY
In ii fiit ini'l fioioly contested
ttiiKki! tuttl Ki'iii'' between the lorl
American I.ckIi.ii iiliii-l iiinl tin' Ku-K-n
V. M '. A ('niiKiirn, tli" hitler
Ii-iiiii took I In luiiK ml if tin' m-oio,
I'.'Kgliniiiii.'n blend - innilu cl"n,
wrapped rli'Mii, mul sold clean.
l-'loyd I''iiiiim'i v nf nunnery's drug
store, li-fi hint 'I Uurmliiy for l.oi
Angeles, when- Ik- will vlult for nov
I'ln- h t ii it i 1 1 k fnnii I ho flui- In the
I'llllk lllMIHI- ll'-lnlllIIU' ll Jllll SlHVI'V.
nt IiIn hop yard niiilli' vM of 1 1 1 city,
I u i ii ! tin- liullilinK to tin' ground
IiimI Kl lilay iiMeriinwii.
J)r 8 Italph Mppej, lnt lt, Spring
!( x Mi l 'itiil-y. u f i i iiM-r resident
nf Sn ingflfld. now living In Cnllfnr
iiIh. In t -i f 1 1 1 k wllli his mint. Mix
Ji'iiiili- SinltHiiii in tlilh city.
IV II. Kniiiy mii'li- ii liiuilni'iiii Hip
to Salem Inn I ni'i'k
'i 1 1 in in Luiir. 'In' plumber, Ih roil-
flni'il lo hi . In. ii, c- on u mint of III
(it your tiilili- cream, whipping
iif.uii, HWfi-t milk mul Nwcfl skim
med milk ut tli S.i IiikIIi-IiI CiiMinu-ry.
Iion'i f.iil to hi-c M.ilili- N'oi ni.iii.l In
"Sin 1 1 t K 1 1 1 ... " A litiit-'h a inliiiii. Hell
theater Wednesday .iii.I TImii HIii v.
I'.liruaiy II. Z
fun ymi Hunk nf ii better coinlil
nation than Marguerite flitrk an. I
Fatty Aiiiuikli- on the same hill?
'linir .iluy ami Frldiy, r.-l. i C. Hell
You may l' In n ! of some type
writer Supplies -Tin- News Iiuh u good
line of paper, rllilionu mill curbon.
Von will pli'nty of action In
tin- photoplay "I'nder tlu Top." a de
liKlitful story of circus life, starring
Fred Stone Hi ll theater, Sat unlay,
(Ilooiu takes n sneak when "Fatly'
Arhmkle comes (o SpriiiKfli'lil. M
will In- at the lt.il Thursday anil Frl
ilay, February fi mid ii.
Onkiidge mhoold, cumc down Hatur
diiy ntul spent I he weko end nt th
home of Iht father, A. K. Sensency.
Mm. Clyde Moore of Ilayden PrldRn
wan n vlnltor In town Saturday.
Mr and Mrn Wlllliun Iiuwmuii are
inovhiK tliln week to Albany to make
llii'lr home. Mr. Iiitwsoii, who was
employed at tint Springfield garage,
Iiuh already gone and hi wife will
follow within a few day. .
Mrn. It. 11. Hchutz mid daughter,
Audrey of Walton, came .Sunday to
spend a few days visiting here with
Mr and Mm Kenneth Ilarrett of
Fugciie and Mm. (Jrace Roberts and
fatnlly of Springfield, motored to (,'or
viiIIIn and Albany Sunday.
Mr. ami Mm. Henry Korf, who left
Springfield nome lime ni; to make
their home In Kugene, have moved
back here, lorallliK In the T. J. Mr
friuken property ut Tenth and K
streets. Mr. Korf, who ban been with
the Fordnon hrrvlre In Futfene, ban
pin i IhihciI an ln!erent In tin Suml
Kathii & Adrlnn garage.
Mr. ami Mm 1). W. Hatih and
family, who have been living at
Seventh and K Mieeti, have moved to
IioiiglaM tiardeiiH to make their homo.
Hob Sutherland ami Jm k (orrle
have i l u in i -il from spending the
week end In 1'oi tl.iinl
Bill Hill left Sumluy for I'oitlaMd
where be will taki- up a rourno in
HalemnanHhlp ut Ilebnke Walker busi
(let your table cream, whipping
rreaiii. weet milk and Hweet nklm
nied milk ut the Springfield f ri-ntnery.
Mm. S. Dlrertor and nmall duugh
ter June, arrived Sunday to Join Mr.
Olrertor, who Ih one of the new pro
prietors of the K'-nrrul merrhanillm
ntoro formerly owned by James Cox.
MIhk (Jrare MiCunn, teacher In the
croud grade In the Springfield pub
lic BthoolH, returned Sunday from
(JrantH Tann where kIic was railed by
the death of a nlKtcr. Miss Amelia
llruenc BubKtltuted in her place dur-
tcai her n the ing tier ubuclire.
New Shipment of Chains in the following sizes:
Prices from $4 to $5, according to size Why pay more?
Columbia Dry (Vll ltaltciies 45c each
30x3 1 U Wheels $6.00 each
Tube patches from 25c to $1.75 a box.
Radiator Hose all sizes.
Tiston IUiikk nil sizes.
We overhaul and repair all makes of car9.
First class work guaranteed.
Storage battery recharging and repairing.
USED CAR BARGAINS
1 1!M 4 Ford $350
1 11US Maxwell, run 5000 miles $600
I 1!HS .Maxwell, run 3.r00 milen $050
1 I'lU Maxwell $250
1 1!U7 Maxwell, run S000 miles $500
1 11) Hi Chevrolet $400
1 lUli; Chevrolet $450
1 1917 Chevrolet $600
1 11)10 Overland S3 $600
W. W. EBBETT, Prop.
Main Street Phone 17
M. W, Mat hewn of (JokIh-ii recently
no Id hid 40 ac rn farm near (Ionian
and bun bought a 60 nrre farm from
Mm. Horner Hayei north of iioanunt
Dr. 8. Ralph Dlppel, dootlat, Spring
He who ten In my purf may take
HomeAiIng which I ought to have de
poMltcd In the Flrat National Dank
About 40 ladl'-a were prcm-nt. Wed
iifKduy afternoon for the tea given
by the Methodlat I.ndlcn Aid A IjuhI
rii!H meeting preceded the tea.
J. W. McDowell Department utore
In headquartera for Valentines of ev
MIhh Mattle IteynoldH aiid daughter
Alice were In Springfield Wednesday
on their way to Walterville to vlult
with Mm. Keynoldn' Mlnter, Mrn. H. f.
Mrs. Arthur Valller returned Mon
day from Portland where she went
biht week wjth Mr. Valller on bin way
to Timber where he Ih employed.
Iluy Kgglmann's milk
W. J. Graven of Walterville Is here
4iHltlng with his wife who is 111 p.t
the home of her daughter, Mm. M.
foffman, at Second urn U streets.
The Fimt Natlonul Hank of Spring
field Ih u member of the Federal Hp
Herve bank system.
Mrs Arnle Nelson left Wednesday
morning for Wushlngton, having been
culled by the serious Illness of her
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Norwoo 1
fox. who left here some time ago for
Montrose, Colorado, will be pleased to
know that Mr. fox is recovering from
an attac k of Influenza.
Dr. S. Ralph Dlppel, dentist, Spring
Gerlund Rogers of f hchalis, Wash.,
was In town on business Tuesday.
8. P. LINES CONSOLIDATED
Consolidation on February 1 of the
Southern 1'a-clflc lines north and
south of Ashland, under the Jurisdic
tion of Federal Manager W. R. Hcott
Is announced by the United States
railroad administration. This change
restore the organization of the rail
road's Pacific system an It existed
before federal control, and Is In pre
paration for the return to private
ownership on March 1. Since the
lines were taken over by the govern
ment, the portion north of Ashland
to Portland haH been operated by
Federal Manager J. P. O'Urien In the
northwestern region, and tho lines
south to Ogden and El Paso by Fed
eral Manager W. II. Scott In the cen
tral western region.
Federal Manager Scott announces
the appointment of H. A. Hinshaw as
assistant to the federal manager with
headquarters at Portland. Hinshow
was formerly general freight agent
at that point.
A farm which contains the oldest
Kngllsh walnut grove In Lane county,
was recently sold by Everett Turpen
ing to a farmer from North Dakota,
for $:!0.000. The farm, which lies
a few miles north of here, contains
HO lures and Is one of the finest
fruit and dairy farms In the valley.
Why pay rent; own your home;
make your own terms in reason; suie
a snap. Will Bishop, 37th Ave., J
S. E., Portland, Oregon.
O. H. WILSON
Expert Jeweler and
Have your watch repaired
by an Expert Watchmaker.
My specialty is fine watch,
clock and jewelery repair
ing. Jewelry made to
Agates cut and mounted.
We also carry a complete
line of glasses. Why pay
$12 to $15 for a pair of
glasses? I have them to fit
you from $2.50 to $5.00.
The best gold filled.
337 Main Street
By Hester Conklin and Pauline Part
J ridge, Del Monte Cookery Service.
THE ONE-DISH DINNER
All housewives in these days of top
prices are anxious to extend the ex-!
pensive articles in the menu as far;
as possible. A delicious meat dish j
which is a money saver na well, is
California Tamalo Pie. Besides being
economical it is also time and labor
saving. It might easily be called o
.one-dish dinner, for it contains vege
tables and corn meal, which takes
the place of potatoes.
California Tamale Pie.
Three-quarter cup corn meal. 3 cups
boiling water. 1 teaspoon salt, 1 cup
ripe olives, 3 tablespoons tomato cat-
t'P. 4 pound choped beef, 1 small
onion, 1 tablespoon chopped green
chile pepper, 1 can tomato sauce.
Add the corn meal and salt to the
boiling water and boil 5 minutes, then
cook in a double boiler for 1 hour
and add the olives, stoned and chop
ped, and the catsup. Chop the onion,
add to the beef and cook in a hot
frying pan till the red color has en
tirely disappeared. Mix thoroughly
with the tomato sauce. Spread half
the corn meal In a greased baking
dish, put in the meat mixture and
spread the remainder of the corn
meal over the top. Hake 45 minutes.
With this u very simple salad mny
be served, preferably a green salad,
such as the recipe given belowr. This
is available nt all seasons, and com
bines particularly well with tho Tu
flna enn dllllfleh 1 slfeA milnn 9
tablespons lemon juice, teaspoon
salt, 1 Dill or sweet pickle, or 3 table
spoons relish, red pimiento, French
Drain and chop the spinach. Chop
the pickle and onion, mix thoroughly
and add to spinach with lemon Juice
and salt. Chill the mixture thorough
ly and serve heaped on a lettuce leaf
Oarnish with strips of pimiento and
pour French dressing over it.
A suitable dessert to complete this
menu ' is Fruit Supreme, which,
though simple in preparation, is de
licious to the taste and most appeal
ing in appearance.
Program for the coming week
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, Feb. 5-0 Marguerite Clark in
"LET'S ELOPE" and "FATTY" ARBUCKLE in "THE
SATURDAY. Feb. 7 FRED STONE in
TOP" and Lloyd Comedy.
SUNDAY. Feb. 8 Griffith Special, "THE GIRL WHO
STAYED AT HOME."
MONDAY and TUESDAY, Feb. 9-10 Enid Bennett in
"PARTNERS THREE," also SMASHING BARRIERS
WEDNESDAY and Thursday. Feb. 11-12 Mable Normand
in "SIS HOPKINS." Lloyd Comedy.
Where Cash Beats
To busy to write ad this
We deliver anything too big to carry or $2 worth or more.
CASH AND CARRY
A. R. Gray, Prop.
W. M. Green, Mgr.