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.TIIUHRDAY, OCTOMKIl 28, 1920.
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
TOWN AND VICINITY
tinll, tho small Don of Mr. and Mm.
J. W. dimming, while playing with
a lawmiiowrr Monday, cul off the
end of one finger and badly cut an
Iluy Egglmann's milk brend, 12c
Mr. and Mm. Minn IMr lr have rf:
turned from a Kcveml dny vlult In
Dr. tf. Itnlph DlppH, lnt Int. Spring
T rt. i:iln Mo,ler lit Oregon City In
vIhIUmk with her (tldli-r lnluw, Mrs. L.
May In St.rlnKfl.-ld.
U. A. WiiKlil.unif o. H. Jnrrctt. K.
F, Morrlnon, Churle l-'.KKhniinn and
Kn Aliti-w went io Albany Monday
on a Iiuk'iionn trip.
The Hcptcnilior number of tho
Jw-llnoator. whhh wna laic, hus been
r'i-Hviil liy Farmers Exchimge
and lx now on Main.
Vln Williams Inn returned to
Springfield to tnnke IiIh home for th
tinier. Jl linn ln'cn inployi ncnr
HiinIiIi 1 u i In k the summer end full.
Mr. ti fid Mrn. William l.'Klitf'iot of
Hiil"tn vlnlii'd wlih Mm. Llghtfoot's
father. I'. H. Emery ln-re during tho
for pail of tlu week.
Dr. H. Ralph Jpp-, dentist, Spilrg
M!h Ckid.ii ! '" ii'd hiiiiiII brother
nnd sNti-r who lia r- been tin tfiiesfs
of Ihi lr craiidi:n' -h'h, Mr. uml MtM.
II. II. llniioii. lift lat-.t Sund.iy for
their home In Si-:ii(!i-.
fcd and D.-ur Prices Reriucstl
Wo cull Ki ll Villi Sitildh fiKiil fur
$110; Kt-'K iiiii'li mil other feeds at
a mini I mi ul o. We follow the
tn !-:' when M V :c- H' V. N AH Well
nn vi, . ii yiii-n up. Our h'H Is your
(.In If mi tin - h'Tii. Springfield
War' di'ifno romp.iny.
Erncf !. Kuril, who him he-n In
tli" -!H t 1' i in-ill of the Southern
If h- for nonio time, Ih vi: Itli'K in
Spi'lfKf'idd with n-hiflviM this week.
He has been traiihfi rr d to itm ("re.-,,
well office of tin- railroad.
The September nuinlicr of , the
Di'Hiif.Ttor. whl h wan In t . has been
riTi-lvid liy thi Farmers Exchange
and In now on s:iU
Vi want nil tin- m-ws all tho tlnio.
our phono number Is two. Call hb up.
KKirlnuii.ii' I hrviid iinnli lean,
wrapped ch-nn. and r.ohl clean.
Aril;i:r W F!i'nt' '(. Ourr V..r
Mill iii.il It'll) h Suiclii-y lnndo Up a
lnmiliiK party which went to r.uM'n
nnd Clemhilc hist week. They re
turned Ti;'Hdiiy without neciirlni; any
tTniiie. f.tclnmei, Sweeney nnd (ireen
left vr-ntc-rday for the ntoun'alin
Why Pay More?
Coffee is down again
Our 512 coffee, per lb..40o
Our Pearl Canicol cof
fee, per lb 35c
Our Empire coffee
per lb 50c
Our 2G4 P. coffee per
Golden West, 5 lb. . .$2.60
Crackers, by the cube
per lb 21c
5 dox." clothes plna ...19c
,We have the best of values
In brooms from 65c
to $1.50 each
W. M. Green, Mgr.
nhovfl Oakrldice on another hunting
Mr. and Mm. K. O. Crowcll arrlTed
In HprliiRflold hint week to make '
their homo hr during the winter i
with Mm. C'rowfll'a parentu, Mr. and
Mm. J.C.. Ki'teln who came here from i
I'ortlaud. Mm. Crowfll In a alHtnr of
John lOtrdu nnd Mr. Crowell reont-1
ly rntlmd from tho tmvy nftir twenty'
Mr. I.eo Tennli hnit returnod from
n few duyn vlnltinKHon Hip farm of.
Mr. Tciii.Ih' brother north of t'.prlns-
Dr. 8. Tlnlph Dlppul, dentist, Spring
field, Oregon. i
It. W. Hinlili la ronflned In tho;
Kprlnxffeld hoK)iltalt kufforlng with '
nn attack pf amallpox. Mo la reported i
to be recovering.
Mm. J. W. Cummlnga who waa ope
rated on neveral daya ago at the local
horpltul fur nppendlcltlH la reported
lo bn convalescing.
We g!vn Red Trnd'ng Stumps on
earn pun Iium-h. Are you getting your
2 per tent? Feed, flour nnd aueds
run Into money very fat. You can
nave money by buying here. Spring
field WarchoiiMe company.
Miha I,oIh Tyler of Fdlein vlslte,!
I with Mr. and Mm. Kam II. Tyler over
Dr. K. Ilalph Dipped, dentist, Spring
field, Oregon. ,
W. I. Tyon nyi that fluhlnr; Iri
the W'll.iiiette Im m 1 ill very Rood, h--
i li.ivli'u ciiiiKht a niitniier of fine l,irtr'
Mrm:t there the lait two Sundays. I
exi ids to fend th lat day if th-.'
fhhli.j; neri--on on tho Wilhunetto.
" lie i it. a.! e riti:ii!)i-r of the
l: lit ator, v.!! h w:sa !. h ih b n
,e!vnl by tin,. Fanners K'MhanKo
iit'i i.-s no v.- on sale.
j Marry Scott of P-ilcm vinlted wli'i
y.r. nnd Mm. W. M. Adrian over Sun
day, inotiirmfc down SuUm'.'iy n:.;ht
Mis. Frank MairUtt, of Ktigc-ne. nnd
T.iM fijal Molvorson. iff SprinKfield,
vStt.-d Mii. Moiuer Davis In AIb:i::y
Fred Mclveed left Tiunday for
(ih-rl ro ik where he w'll lie eni) l'iye.1
hy the Al.si-a I.iiinlier company.
i D.-iuai d KKKlmann's bread from
Mr. arul Mrs. Ci'ni.o'i if T'':M n-;
came to Sju inefii ld Siiiid:iy In .., :
v i:ii f;l-i'iN and relniivcH fur a we, I:.
(': Mum ! -fore her i:-:rrl:iKe :'.
' r, v.'.. Fry :T.d r !iy ma I
hi r li'inn here.
Mm. D. J. fMcndennii R went to
( "i v.iIIIh Sunday In v'ult wjth her
nephew and nelce. Mr. and Mrs. Still
Try n suck of Kerr'n Pent Patent ;
or Pi'lles Diamond Flour. Every sink
rent diit with "your money buck"
ruar:iitei.. t:'. 7, j .- pack mi'! jemi in
her our discount. Springfield Ware
i New arrivuls In town are Mr. nn 1
j Mrs. W. M. Dennis who will ninko
J their home in the Sat;e property on
South 7lh Htrt-et.
The September number of the
Delineator, which wob late, has been
received by the Farmers Exchange
and is now on sale.
The first meeting: of the Kensing
ton club for this season was held at
the home of Mrs. J. W. Coffin lust
Friday ard took' the natfire of a
Hallowe'en party. The rooms were
beautifully decorated with autumn
loaves, flowers and appropriate Hal
lowe'en figures. In the darkened
rooms the members and guests of the
club nsHembled, all being masked,
some representing well known comic
figures. A feature of the afternoon
was guessing the Identity of those
One of the most laughable incidents
of the afternoon was when one of the
members, dressed as an Indian and
purporting to soli bnskets, answered
n call at the door expecting to find
Should the "Sunday Picture Show Closing Amend
nient" pasn, It would mean that:
1. There would he no "Ilcture Show" In Springfield.
Take away the working man's main source of amuse
3. Prohibit a clean, legitimate business from being opera
ted in Springfield.
4. Petard the town as a progressive town-
C. Cause another vacant building, which Is something
the town certainly doeH not want.
VOTE 613 X
only another member and ho opening
hij door while repeating her "npeol,"
Khe found lo her surprint' that it was
a real lediiler. He Immediately fled.
During the afternoon refreshments
for the occasion were nerved.
Meinhf-ia of the club t.resent oe-h1I-h
the hoKU-KH were Mrs. O. )3.
Ke sey. Mrs. 11. A. Korf. Mrs. Knox.
Mrs. N". W. Kmery. Mrs. Harry Wirt
m y. Mrs. Clark Win aton. Mrs. F. V.
Walker. Mr. E. . Suttcn, Mrs C. E.
i is. iMa Edna Kwarts, Mr. Du'i
l'I Mis John Conoway, Mrs. J. V.
Mo -re. Mrs. S.Jt. Dlpi-el. MN Mar
aie: Morris and Mrs. M. M. Perry.
Cu'-sta prrHent wero Mrg. C?rl Fisch
er. Mrs. Ham H. Tyler. Mrs. H. M.
.'-'lewart nnd Mrs. O. H. Jarrett.
Tl'.e next nicctlnE Ih to be held at
the hi nu- of Mrs. Fred P.r..s!er.
The Prlscilla club met at the home
of Mrs. I. D. Larimer last Friday
afternoon. I-3r?p sunflowers used in
deVoj-atioa gave tho rooms an air
particularly npi-ropi ir.te to the se-.i-snn.
Cle.h members pre: ont wen?:
M.s, l!ii?furd, Mi-s. Howard. Vrs.
Or Throat and
CAN BE GOiiED
We can cure any skin
disease. Don's be a skep
tic: come and see for
Why suffer, when you
can get results we kill
We prevent sickness by
Inhaling the fumes pro
duced by the destructive
distillation of hydro car
bons, and electricity,
combined with medi
cines. - We always fumigate
the house before we lift
a quarantine, why not
fumigate the body also?
It can be done at the
Electro Medicated Inhal
as he is taking treat
ments, at 2G3 6th street
Ths Electro Medica
is located at
960 Willamette Street
, Willis,, Mrs. John Tomsetb, Mrs. i
I John Seavey, Mrs. Rouse, Mrs. Snod-!
! grass, Mrs. Wlthrow and Mrs. Free-I
: land and the hostess.
J Mrs, Jesse Seavey and Mrs. J. J.
Bryan wero additional guests. I
The next meeting of the club will j
be with Mrs. Cary Girard.
i Would you like to buy rice at
wholesale? If so, look up the rice '
, ai! e.tisenient. of Christensen & Pur-'
rn ester, California r:ce growers whkh
appears in this Issue of the News. It.
The young people's class of th-3
Christian church met at the home of
Mrs. E. E. Morrison Wednesday, Oct.
. 0. to elect officers and make plans
j'for the ensuing year. The following
. ofi"ers were elected: Teacher E. E.
(Morrison; president. Mrs. Walter
ll-aston; vice president, Kay Weber;
Keerpttrv. llornCiv Tlitfo- trenmirf TV
Fern Travis; social promoter, Ver
nita Morrison. Dainty refreshments
were served hy Mrs. Morrison, after
whhh a gcntral good time was en
joyed by all. !
All young folks not attending
Su" " iv scllool elsewhere are cor-'
i!i.;!!y invited to Join this class. i
j The bi-uior giris oi the hUJi se'u.cl
I v ere hosts to the bo i ih-t cl.u ;
I at a line party Tuesday i at the!
Pell theatre. Later tte members of :
1 the class went to the country home ,
! of Miss Helen Stevens where an oys-j
: ter supper was enjoyed. The jolly
rtudonts s;vnt the remainder of the
evening with gam-s. i
In honor of the birthday anni
versary of E. I. Reynolds. Mrs. Rey
nolds gave a dinner party Sunday,
October 24. A cake with 46 caudles
formed the center piece. Besides the
honor guest and the hostess those
present were Mr. and Mrs. Bryce
Posey. Maxine and Verlin Posey t
Miss Altha Shaub, Alfred Townsend,
Flaud Townsend and Herbert Mac
donald. The M. S. P. club was organized
at the home of Mrs. W. C. McLagan
this week. Mrs. McLagan was elect
ed president, Mrs. Frank Smltson,
ice president. Halloween decora
tions were used. Delicious refresh
ments were served and all reported
a fine time.
At the Methodist church there will
be a special service next Sunday
morning. Rev. S. A. Danford, D. D.,
who was formerly the pastor at this
place, but is now the superintendent
of the Southern district, will preach.
The sacrament of the Lord's Supper
will also be held. The regular serv
ices will be held in the evening. The
pastor will preach on the subject,
"Experimental Religion. We would
like to urge our young people to be
present at the Epworth league serv
ice also. There is some important
work to be done this winter and It
is time we were laying plans.
W. F. WALKER
Full Auto Equipment
W, O. W. block
Office thone 62. lies, phone 67 J
I can please your head,
I can fit your body,
I can give you all wool,
I have no shody.
RAMSEY, The Tailor
MRS. A. TRUE LUNDY
NU BONE and M. . K. CORSETS
EUROICAL CORSETS and BELTS
FOR MEN and WOMEN A
155 9th Are., E.. Eugene, Ore.
Phone 292 L. Afternoons Up Salra
DR. EUGENE KESTER
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone 82
Home Phone 1)1
9 a.m. to 12 m.; 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.
. DR. W. H. POLLARD
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Phones: Office 20-J; Res. 20-M
9 a. m. to 12 m. 1:30 p. m. to 5 p. m.
DR. S. RALPH DIPPEL
DR. N. VV. EMERY
Sutton Clrig. Phone 20-J
Residence Phone129 W
FRED G. LEMLEY Prcp'r.
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing, Dye
ing, Hats b'ocked, Suits made .o
M.iln Street Springfield
between 3rd and 4th Oregon
JOHN E. EDWARDS
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
i. sain snd Third
CHAS. L. SCOTT at
First National Bank
D. VV. ROCF
FINE WATCH REPAIRING A
FRANK A. DEPUE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
ROBERT BURNS Lodge, No.
78, A. M. F., Ancient and
Accepted Scottish Rite Uni
versal and Symbolic Free
Masons meets first and third
Monday evening in Morri
son's hall. Visiting brothers
F. A. Rankin,
R. W. M.
When the workmen own the work
And the railroad men the rails,
And the grocery clerks the groceries,
and the mail clerks own the mails
When, the preachers own the pulpits.
And the pressmen own the shops,
And the drillers own the oil wells,
And the Jails are owned by cops
When the conductors own the street
And each driver owns his bus,
Will you tell us common people
Whutinell becomes of us?
Santa Fe "New Mexican."