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TIllJltMIMV. MAV 20, 1920;
TOWN AND VICINITY
We have a fienh ar of Oregon
Portland cement Hprlngfleld Ware
liotiMt company. '
W. II, McKlnnry of Portland In la
l( In jt for a few dux with relatlvea In
H.rliiKfl-lil while on til wa to bin
former horn In I'ataluma, Cal. II"
Ino vlalteri with hid won, Iran, and
iluughter, Wanna, both atudenta 41
Mr. M(trlni) Atlanta relumed 1(1 her
I nun- at Metedllli Tucadav after m
vlnlt over the weekend at th home
.f h-r )Mr-tit. Mr. and Mm. (leorce
Mra. Howard raraona, who ha
! n vUIIIiii hre and In Eugene for
acveral iluya, left today for Hnlem
where alio will upend a wrlef Urn lw
fori going on to Hpokaue. . Hhe w-ia
accompanied an far aa Halem by Mr.
W. J. Uravra oT thia city, who will
remain there over the weekend. Mr.
ft iid Mra. I'araona, who are former
realdnnta of Springfield, have lien
II v In ar In Hun Kranclaco but Mr. Par
aona haa now ben tranaferrd to
Huy Kgglmann'a milk bread, lie
Ivan Main arrived the fore part 'r
the week from Portland tn vlalt with
bin parent, Mr. and Mra. M. M.
Dr. 8. Kalph Dlppel, denttat, Spring
Mlaa Lillian Mulligan apent Hunrta?
In I'ortUnd going down by automo
bile' Sunday morning. . . y
Mra. Johannah Wood, who haa be.-n
vlaltlng at the home of her aon, Dr.
W. II. Pollard, of thla city, and her
daughter. Mra. Wlnfleld ( Kcott Mo
t)Htilel, at Iona, went to Marcola
Wedneaday for a abort vlnlt with an-
Look Who's Hero!
Do All Women
Marry for the
DO ALL MY CUSTOMKltS UUY OF MK FOR THK
SAM 18 REASON? YKS.
BECAUSE THEY GET A SQUARE DEAL
SpiliiK Stylt-H in Indies' White Kid rumps and Oxfords;
Hlack and Urown Pumps and Oxfords now on display.
I need your trade and -.you need my prices, so LKT'S (10!
Men's OutliiK Shoes at $2.75
Men's Work Shoes at . . . .' $5.00
. Can You Heat It?
Men's Summer Underwear and Ii. V. D.'s
Lumberman's Reversible Mitts, while they last .... ... .90c
FIRST 'CIJVSS HKPAIRINO AT RKASONARLK PRICKS
other daughter, Mm. Wa Iter Ir1:,
Mra. Wood'a' horn' la at Tlgard, Ore.
Watch for our first Annual Geran
ium Kale May 29th. 200 large flowei
Ing 'plant to be given away with a
dollar purchase. $10 limit. Take ad
vantage of thla aale for Decoration
Iay. Ketcl'a Drug alore, ttprlngfield.
Mra. J. II. Kbert and three children
and Mlaa Amelia ilrpune lft Monday
for Oladbrook. Iowa, the home of the
pnrenta of Mia. Klx-rt. and Ml
Milton Cofftiian will go to- Cor
vallla tomoirow to apend Junior week
end at (). A. ('. with lxul (jrandy.
j I. WeliiKteln, H. Director and N.
) Dlri: tor are In Portland for the re-
malnder of the week.
Mra. J J. It ry en la reported aa con-
j valenclng from a recent lllneHa.
Demand Kgglmann'a bread from
The claaffft In elementary nura
Ing and home care of the alck which
Mlaa Lulu Uell of Springfield, haa
been conducting at Creawell and Cot
tage (irove, have be-n completed.
, Let ua figure on your feed bill for
; caah. It will coat you leaa. Spring
field Waretiouae company.
Mr. and Mra. Jack Lit tell. Mra. E.
(J. Mt-Perrin and Carol Morriaon, all
of Portland, who apettt laat week via-
'ltlng at the home of Mr. and Mra.
E. O. Sutton returned to thHr home
Saturday. Mra. McFerrln la the moth
er of Mra. Hut tori and bIho of Mayor
E. E. Morriaon.
If it poultry or Mock feed yoj
want, aee ua. Wholeaale or retail.
Springfield WarehouHe company.
Dr. S. Ralph Dlppel. jct,:,., . ..mg
E. E. Drattaln, W. G. Hill -and Mr.
Atklnaon will leave Thursday for the
coaat where they will work in the
lumber IndiiHtry. They will be located
near North Bend.1
The Springfield Warehouxe com
pany mould like to buy aome good
oat, or oat and veKh hay. Alao want
EggimaDo'a bread made clean,
wrapped clean, and aold clean.
A daughter, Marjorie Cayle. wia
born Monday to Mr. and Mra. Marvin
Chaae at their home In Pruneville.
The First National Bank of Spring
field invltea your- patronage.
Mra. L. Hollajid and aon. Earl Hill
and wife, apent Moday at the home
of Mra. Holland' daughter, Mra.
Riley Snodgrane iu ihla city.
.Mr. and Mra. C. M. Hayden and
family who left here over a year ag
for Springdale. Ark., returned this
week and will make ihefa- home ia Oowert'la, the' teacher, - v
Eua;n where 'they hare purchaaed . N. $i:75' per year la' advanc.
The iloaing excrciaea of the Mable
achool were held laat Friday. A picnic
Junch waa nerved at noon. Mlaa Mr-
Good tos May 21
Vet 302 X Ye for 4 SUte Read U4 Lawtt
'rM -r -.-i-r-
1 I I 1.11)1 ..!
Meeting the future
more than half way
Developments in aeronau
tics have found us ready with
a grade of Zerolene for each
type of engine.
Thousands of gallons of Zer
olene Liberty Aero Oil gave
service to the U.S. and Allied
Governments during the war.
The same foresight and sci'
entific application marks the
work of our Board of Lubrica
tion Engineers in the field of
recommendations of Correct
Lubrication with Zerolene
are lengthening the life of
There is a Zerolene Correct
Lubrication Chart for each
make of car. Get one for your
car at your, dealer's or our
nearest station. Use Zerolene
for Correct Lubrication.
A grade Jar each
type of engine
for Tr actor $
There la a corrn grade
of Zerolene for each type of
triCtor. Get our attraiv
booklet on the CorrcA Lu
brication of your tractor.
Ak our agent for a copy.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
A. H. SPRAGUE, Special Agent, Standard Oil Co., Eugene, Ore.
Farmers Supply Co. j
We are in the market for uned furni
ture. i-(Kardleta of amount. W e are '
paying the higheM prices in the city.,
It will pay you to give ua a call.
Good Roads may 2i i
Vt302 X Yet far 4 Stat Read Baae-Limit !
"You Can Depend on This"
says the Good Judge
Real Tobacco for
The full rich
taste ol the Real Tobacco
Chew lasts so long that
you don't need a fresh
chew so often. That's
why it costs you less to
use this class of tobacco.
Any man who uses the
Ileal Tobacco Chew; will
tell you that. , ,
Put up in two ttyles
RIGHT CUT, Is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
Why Pay More?
10 R8. POTATOES . . .60c
Cream cheese, per lb. 35c
(old Dust, large ikfc-: t25c
Citrus Washing,.. -
Powder .............. .29c
Dutch Cleanser 09c
No Hub Naptha Soap .06c
Lenox Soap ........ .05c
Do Not Forget Our Bulk
tSL Makes Such :
fUght,Tasty Biscuits M ;
. "lriscuit.s for . Mi ;
ii ;.. .. Hil
ltreaktast I e surr uicic
treat that can't be beat in store
BOIJEKT BURNS Lddje,- Nc .'
Vf "f8, A. M- F.', Ancleot .a
1 . - 4 .. I ' (J llt..t. IT.I .
(AtpCpiUU nOUUlUBU 1U1.IVUII
i,veraal aud ' flymbollo Frer
Maaona meeta firat and thin
Friday evening ln,W. O. W
halt . Vial ting brotbera wak
Just let mother c al
reakfast I N e rc sure there s a -
reat that can't be beat in store
lor us lifilit, tender biscuits .
toast) brown and all pulled, up
with goodness I For mother is sure
of, her baking mvder Calumet.
She never disappoints wx because
ncviir disauPointis 'Jier
It's dependable. HesultsA
alivtiys thi suitxerrthe best,
Calumet 'e.ontai'iis'Onlj' auv"nfT'
du nts ii have been approved orti
cially bUe U.S.Fotid Authorities.
Ynr Save When You BttY It
' You Savft When You Use U.
111 W WBk ffBll III
f.ee riark '
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R. W. M