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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 12, 1920)
TmillstoAY, prcniuunY 12. iftso
Town and Vicinity
liOl.NU (o (.'alifoi nia Fin niuii i lor
sale tit reasonable piln's, (.'ull at
old Walker place. 4lh .mil (.'. Spring
field. Ore. 112
1 . "iier Hill. mou vt Mr and Mrs. 1 left Tuesday morning on the return
V. O H .It Wt Saturday night for 1 -trip 10 her home in Alberta. Canada, j FOR SALE Settinw eggs from S
Her daughter. Gladys, remained and White Leghorn (
1 Cha Myers. 617 D St
San Pi -unci' "o where he will take a
iiMirsf lor training as a Jeweler. H
has been emplo id at IV F.ll. Wash .
since his return from federal seivic
He is a graduate of Springfield lush
m Iiool with I ho i l.t-- of 1!MV
is attending Fugene high school.
The First National Bank of Spring
field H a uiomber of the. Federal Ho
servo hank system.
FOR SALK Two a. -res in
Garden., $ 400. Plume t'.tCl,.
wauled at .Miiii-on' Feed
t Ir S Ralph Plpptl. dsntlss, Spring-
Glltl. v itn t I'll fin- wmiIii'hs nt Spring
field Motel. Appl m person. fli
Friends ,.f Mis Walter D.H.-y will
he pleased t know that she was dis
missed from the hospital Tuesday,
followinc her recent operation, and is
cont alesi'ittg rapidly.
.Mrs. W. ('. ('allison and Mrs J. K j
Wells of Raymond. Wash., have ar oK
rived to visit with their parents for !
a month Mrs. ('allison Is a daugh ,
ter of Mr and Mrs. J. McDowell
and Mrs Wells a daughter of Mr
J. T. Foster.
and sold clean.
H C. Jackson of Walterville
business visitor Tuesday.
cln, Verdon May. who is attending an
I automobile school in Portland, ar
rfved yesterday to speiul the re
was a ' mainder of the week with his parents
Get your table cream, whipping
cream, sweet milk and sweet skim
med milk at the Springfield Creamery.
Mrs. M. N. Thompson, milliner,
wont to Portland Wednesday to it
tend the sprine opening of several
lines of millinery.
For Sale Rat tail Spaniel Mid dog
I pups Inquire of J. H FeHbody
11 R Freeland
C.et your table cream, whipping
cream, sweet milk and sweet skim- j
med milk at the Springfield Creamery. .
Mrs. V. M Hunter Is quite 111 at
lier home at Flghth and K streets.
BOARD AND ROOM
in t. v 1 1 u me men working
nights can have i nuifurtable room,
use of bath, with or without board,
in private faunlv. Inquire at this
WANT to buy two bmody hens. II. I.
Red preferred to :'i;."i. Springfield
WANTED DAIRY FARM
To rent dairy farm, one
with silo preferred P.ronk Farm
Dairy. Phone 10F:!. Spi innfield P.Nl
r I WANT FIX
LOST AND FOUND
J W. McDowell Department s'ore! W. G. Hill will leave the latter part
. . ....
hen.tmiarters for Valentines of ev- ol tne ween to worn near now.
11 l I ipuoil. ,, ., , m v nnruo mm' tnV
something which I ought to have de
posited In the First National Bank
M-s Thou, as Mi Nish. who has been
visit 'tig w ith her sister. Mrs. J. W.
Coffin, for the past couple of weeks.
P1AYERPH0NIIUKING MACHINE Ca
Go to II. F Pitts' cabinet simp,
corner Fourth nnd C street, for your
'windows, glass and window frames,
door, kitchen minuets, klulo n tables,
i Fngllsh breakfast tabic, and general
: Job w ork.
Sunday Morning and
TEDDY W. LEAVITT, Pastor
NEW HALL TO BE BUILT
AT WENDLING FOR L.
L. L. L.
Miss Vera Perkins Is expected to'
arrive tomorrow to spend the week
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. (!. Perkins. Miss Perkins Is an:
instructor in science in Salem hisli t
LINCOLN SCHOOL NOTES
Three classes m manual ttalniug
with an iiggri-Kale of admit bovs
of the 7th. Mil and loll ci'.nb-s. have
been oigallizeil. u I (i. oie lien I
drawn by the
s art hlteit for a
Dr. S. Ralph Dippel.
Mrs. Alice Sheridan
land Wednesday to vi
time with friends
GREATEST PHONOGRAPH IN AMERICA FOR.
TONE. QUALITY W BEAUTY. ELEVEN DIFFER
ENT MEDIUM SIZED MODELS
PLrtYS ALL MAKES OF RECORDS PERFECTLY
For Sale by
New and Second Hand
to the building formerly occu
pied by liressler Hardware and
will be in our new quarters by
next Monday. We invite you to
see us in our new quarters.
The moving will in no way
Interfere with the usual service
went to Port
sir for a shoit
The very first night she came down
in a daring French creation Wow'
Hut Puritan husband and "inlaws"
with horrified! Worse shocks yet .o
com"! You will t;et even a lugger
idea of Klsie Ferguson's brilliance
when you see her dlessed ill theti.
stunning Paris clothes! "Ills Paris
ian Wife." Hell theatre. Sunday. Febr
The prevalent .
enforcement of tie
v hi cmat ion i auseil
falling olf in a i ti-n.l.i
the fust of tin' We.-k
Ten student.-- in tip
admit the aim .r
Crades lefuseil lo de
left school on Mini.!.,
tune si'vr.il have .
ai lion, I
Millie. 1 It
'i'V and the
m n gaid V
I o-ii' able
ill all gr.ole-
li:i;h --i Iiool and
I ml ion n I 'i"
. but -Hoi- Ida!
on- eleii-'l their
'Il vai i in. iii il and lead
I-. lo be liojieil ih.it 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1
dozen White Leghorn lnvin
for sale. Phone 4!
und Mis Norton pengpa. who
ale living ill I'orvallls. spent llie
weekend at ihe hotne of relafiveH in
Wanted flood second hand
a' MoirNon's Feed Store.
i i it 1 1 1 an.! t he
i lie f iii t I h ol i i:.
and lie- I' .l'-.'.o c
lialf Tin- load .
towaid- A.'d.inj -Hi-
P.o ;!; h tl.n
: . I, I
new hall for the uhi of the
Legion The 1 1 i it 1 ii building Is to be
so by 110 feet. I1cn1Icn a room for
game tables and i otifect lottery More
mid a number of other 'futures, there
will be an auditorium of 40 by 80 fe"t
nnd a stage la by 40 feet. The audi
toriuin is to Im used for athletic pur
pottes and community social events.
There will be an office, a reudinj
loom, a ladles' room, stole room, a
ki'i lieu mid ladles' dressing room.
The building la expected to be com
pleted in April and plans are being
made for a community dance to dedl
i lite it
The details of the management of
the hall aie yet to be worked out 0
Manager Idxon and the Four I. con
ference committee. It is thought that
all athletic and educational activities
will be plai ei under the direction of
an industrial Y. M ". A. secretary
and the wnial featuies under the di
leiiioii ol a standing Four I. commit
tee, and the business management
under the tompany manager or his
I ei e.-enta 1 1 ' and the Four I. (onfer-
Mi e i omilllttce,
News, l T.'i per year In adrancn.
have leased the
and will move
M. C. Bressler & Son
Otto Kaufman, of Otto's onfeciioii-
ry store in Kugene. was a bosiness
visitor in Springfield Tuesday after
M. It Kirkendall of Saginaw passed
away at the local hospital at ".:.",0 p.
rn. last Friday, death being caused by'
tuberculosis. Ik-ceased leaves a wife
and four children. A 4-year-old daugh
ter died a week ago last Monday at
the hospital from pneumonia. Huriah
was held Monday afternoon, in Laurel
Dr. S. Ralph nipjvwl, dentist, Spring I
Rev. Teddy Leaviu went to Salem'
Monday where he preached the funer-;
al aervices of his uncle John Hard
wick of Salem. i
A deal has been completed whereby
P. W. Drown traded his 160 acre
ranch on f'atnp Creek for property
owned by W. L. Goodal) of Junction
t'ity, on Fifth and Broadway.
In a wreatllng bout Btaged In the
YT. O. W. hall Saturday night F. K.
FrittH threw M. T. Cyr In nine and a
half minutes. Cyr weighed In at 200
and Fritts at 195 pounds.
TWO NEW TEACHERS
WILL GIVE PART TIME
George Bondshadler and Den W. j
I Hosmer were elected as part tlu
; teachers in the local schools, at a re
cent meeting of the school board. Doth
are students In the I'niversity of Ore.
Mr. Dondahadler will teach manual
training three afternoons each week.
Mr. Hosmer will teach history and
F.ngllsh In the high school every after
SURVEYING CASCAOIA ROAD
We have released our agency! Lebanon An engineering crew has
for the lieeman Tractor and j begun work of surveying the Lebanon
Wade Drag Saw to the Farmers! Caacadla road preliminary to its lm
Supply Co., Of Springfield- provemeut to the poatroad. Linn
SUCCESSORS TO COX & COX
Friday and Saturday Grocery Specials
Fancy Dried Applies, per pound
10 lb. sack Yellow or While Corn Meal . . .
Apples, all Kinds, per box
' j II). package Clack Tea, very best
lOucne Mread- per loaf, every day
I lb. pa(k:in'S UOe Coffee, selling at ....
Fancy Smoked Itacon Hacks, per lb. only.
Cottages, per lb., only
Swift's Fancy liacon, per lb
Lemons, 1 dozen for
Cranberries, very fancy, 2 pounds for
Our regular !r,e I'.rooins for
Oranges (Two Oranges a day keeps the flu away) 4 doz. for $1.00
Fancy small Onion Sets, per lb 18C
Flake Whin; Compound (bring a pall) per lb 32C
Seven 2U lb. cans Tomatoes for $1.00
Our regular T.rc Dulk Coffee to be sold at 45 C
Fancy new crop Ihickwheat, per sack 79C
Mill Run, SO lb. sack $1.90
Ilolslein Dairy Feed $1.95
Fastern Oyster Shell, per 100 lb. sack $2.10
Special Prices Paid for All Eggs. Chickens, and Produce