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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (July 1, 1920)
THE SPRINUnELD NKWS
TiintsDAY. jiily l. mo.
MRS. A. TRUE LUNDY
NO BONE and M. A K. CORSETS
ei'RGICAI. CORSETS and BKl.TS
FOR MKN and WOMEN A
' 155 9th Ave.. K., Eugeue, Ore.
ITione 292 I Afternoons l"p Salrs
By Hatter Conklln and Pauline Part
'ridge of Del Monte Cookery Service.
Local Representative for A. E.
too All Wool Fabric a to Choose
From. Prices are KIsht.
Room 1, Seavey Block.
Day anil night service.
DR. EUGENE KESTER
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone 82
Home Phone Ul
9 a.m. to 12 m.; 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.
DR. W. H. POLLARD ...
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Ftones: Office 20 J; Res. 20 M
J a. m. to 12 in. 1:30 p. m. to 5 p. m.
There aro no more wholesome, at
tractive or delicious salad than
those made from the canned fruits
and vegetable which are entity ob
tainable at all senxoua of the year.
The preparation of a salad With a
canned fruit or vegetable as the main
constituent is simple In the extreme
and with any of the following dress
ings will make a welcome udditio.i
to any repast:
Two tablespoons puwdered sugar,
li teaspoon salt. teaspoon paprik.i,
! tablespoons vinegar, 4 tablespoons
olive or salad oil, AVorceste rshlrv
Measure the sugar, suit, pnprlk.i
and vinegar Into a bowl. Stir or beat
till thoroughly mixed, then add oil,
and If desired, a few drops of Wor
cestershire, a bit of garlic, chopped
chives or onion. Mix thoroughly bv
Stirling or beating. French ilressiim
should be served on u green or u
vegetable salad, and should always
be prepared Just before it Is .served
One eeg yolk. 1 tablespoon 1,-num
DR. S. RALPH DIPPEL
DR. N. VV. EMERY
Sutton Bldg. Phone 20-J
Residence Phone 129-W
of every age nnd btatiou can im
prove Uicir appearance and protect
the.r person by getting a suit at
Ramsey, The Tailor
Main St Springfield
FRED G. LEMLEY PropV.
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing, Dye
ing, Hats blocked, Suits made to
Main Street Springfield
between 3rd and 4th Oregon
JOHN E. EDWARDS
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
Main and Third Oregon
CHA8. L. SCOTT at
First National Bank
D. W. ROOF
FINE WATCH REPAIRING A
FRANK A. DE PUE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
NOTARY PUBLIC .
im more Catnrrti In ttil sctlo ot
ttw country lliarr all other diseases put
together, and until Hi. lusr turn years
tvajf supposed 'to be 1m ui'iiljW;. For a
fr-t luany )i?nrn Ui -Ut n mmiincil It a
local disease ami pi m i ii,-.l Imul rniif
tiles, and by cuiivi.ini'v fiiiliio; to cine
With l'ltl ll'i'Htlliulit. (11 t.liniiii' ! it ilicur
ubt:. hi'ierirc li: r" pi ( ;itinrli In L-
constitutional (Iih.-i,.-.! , .in.1 tlnufotv in
quires couMitui 'mi i i 1 1 c. i mi tit. Hail
Catarrh Cure, .in.-i n-.if :u u i d by V. J.
Cheney & l'i'., Tul . Ol.i.i, In the i.nly
t'oiiMlitulliMiul i lili- i m tin- tiiiiil ei. lr Is
taken Interriullv. li '"'in i i i 1 1 y on t!.o
tduud and inui ous snrt;.ii-: of itie KtMeni.
Tliey offer one liiut.ir . ii.I!mik for any
roue It falls cure. t-vnt f.,r ill. -uJuis
Juice or vinegar, '
teaspoon mustard, Vi teaspoon pap
rika, M cup olive or salad oM.
I lost the egg yolk till light, and ad I
the vinegar and dry Ingredient. Add
the oil n little at a time, beating
constantly with a 'Hover ctyr neuter.
To Increase the (inutility a stiffly
beaten egg white may be folded ' lit
Just before It Is to be served.
When mayonnaise Is to he served
on fruit salad '4 cup of stiffly whip
ped cream may he folded i t Just be
Mayonnaise should be seived with
fish, meat or chicken salads and may
he used with a vegetable or fruit
salad If desired. t
Cooked Salad Dressing.
tine tablespoon butter. ! tublo
spoons flour, Vi teaspoon !;, 'j ten
spoon mustard. ' teaspoon pnprikt.
1 tablespoon sugar. 4 cup vinegar,
cup wat.y. , cup milk, 2 ckk yolks.
Melt the butter, add the dry In
gredients and when thoroughly mixed
add vinegar and water. Hr.nn to the
boiling point, stirring constantly.
('(Mil slightly. Mix the milk and egg
yolks, pour on the cool mixture and
cook in a double boiler till the eggs
thicken, stirring constantly. Chill
and thin with cream, or the stiffly
beaten egg whiles maybe fulled in
Just helhore serving.
IT wiilr Is used in Ihli dressing
ii plate of milk it will kiri liitUfl
nitly. Cream or milk may he added
BIO GENEROUS PORTIONS
of our lie cream yon can give
to Hie children wlihont any had
after 1'ffmts. It Is so pure and
good I tint It will benefit them
rather Hum harm them. Our
cream comes In all fl.ivoM
tinier some for dinner today.
"A Cood Bakery"
tin thin u portion at u time, as it Is
In any recipe .calling for mayon
i liaise, cooked salad dressing may be
substituted If preferred.
WILL ENCOURAGE PURE BRED
SIRES AMONG STOCK RAIDERS
A recent met-lhiK of the l.ane Colin
ly I'll re 1 1 red Livestock tissoi lat ion
went on record in being strongly In
favor of putting on a citiupaign In
Lane county' in em otirut'o iioiIihik
Init pure-bred hires antt.iig the farm
ers and slink raisers. The asuocla
Hon decided to hold a puro-bred slock
sale during the l.ane county fair
Spining Wheels Injurious.
When the car has a transmission
driven speedometer the rear wheels
should liever be spun or permitted to
vllde This habit likely to spring
or luv.ik the .'.pe iliuin ti f r-ljllft. SOU10-
id. i.ii:.i,t; an error In odometer'
n adlnc of aiiMvhen- from two tu live
I ii r tint
F3 $avin and Invc jtin
Helps to Buy the Home
O i O
We have one of the best plans for systematic saving and
sound investing that you can find. Invest a little each month in the
Mmvis&m States Pmv&F
and you will soon become a profit-sharing investor, receiving
a cash income regularly every six months.
The regular income which you receive will help to pay for
your home help to give your family greater comforts help to educate your
. children and to, make you independent in old age.
Leave the speculative schemes to the man who can afford to lose money.
Hang on "to your Liberty Bonds and Securities like our Gold Notes. Don't let anyone
talk you into exchanging them for worthless pieces of paper which they call "8ecurities.'j
You know this Company and its value to the public and industry. It owm
efficient properties, devoted to useful public service. It is soundly -financed and
carefully managed. It pays the wage earner just as good returns as it pays the capitalist
and treats him just as fairly.
Get the facts and use them to your benefit
Byllesby Engineering and Management Corporation
Mountain States Power Co,
Please send me your inveataaeot lilarshsse.')
AddruMi F. J. t'Hf:
Street No. and Oty.
i:r & . T''' At O.
II. M. Byllesby & Co., X'&th
fol4 by rrl KJ-lnl"
Tkk Hall S I "
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