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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1920)
THURSDAY, OCTOHKlt 2S. 1920.
THE PIMUNGFIEU) NEWS
FOR SALE OR TRADE
Faitu fur al. ltJO acres, 12 room
house. 2 bain and other hutldliiK.
3 miles noitheast of SprlnKfleld on
good road. Wrlto for term.
M. Oriel. Springfield, Oregon.
Itouto 1. N4p
1 U. S. seperator, 500 capacity.
1 Sharpies seperator, 500
1 Anchor Holt soperator, prac
tically new, o00 capacity.
For Sate of rxihnnge for a farm In
Willamette valley, a money maker
livery aiul feed barn. Room for 8l
head of horse. Doing $20 to $40
dally. Sell for $10,000. will tako
$7,000 In a well Improved farm or
property, balance like rent. Wrllo
owner. K. Hansen, llox 33 Hat
tleford. Fnsk. Canada. N4p
Household furniture for sal. In
quire at Palace Club pool hall for
J. W. Downing.
Many people go along sufering little ailments without
giving them proper atention. It is these little pains that
develop into chronic diseases. You can prevent diseas
if you take our remedies when you first feel sickness
Come in any time and tell us what is the matter with
We are Careful Druggists.
We give Red Trading Stamps with caih purchases.
J&kw -vT SPRINGFIELD. $S-&Q!' I I
&YL NEVER 5E JjTg V I
-A SUBSTITUTE JiLillLU ."g.
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ready begun In the anti-cigarette
campaign movement in which the
W. C. T. U. is lead'.r.g. Mrs. R. H
Moshier of Springfield led the sing
ing and also favored the convention
with, several beautiful eoIos.
The main feature of the afternoon
was a parade and program by some
Don't foget to
ask for Red
THE STOIiE OF BARGAINS"
Friday & Saturday
Potatoes, 100 pounds for g 00
Lemons, per dozen .25
Macaroni, spagetti or noodles, 3 pkgs. for ,25
Edward's Dep. coffee (none better 3 lbs for 1.49
Japan green tea in bulk, lb b4J)
Carnation milk, per dozen cans 1.S0
Karo eyrup, dark, 10 lb tin, special 1.00
Schilling's baking powder, lb. can .45
Wedding Breakfast eyrup, 10 lb. tin, 1.19
Palace Car mustard, 2 jar3 for .25
Laundry soap, Crstal or Royal White 10 bars. . . . .67
Crisco, (the most popular shortening, 3 lb. tin.. .95
Peanut butter (good for children's lunches), lb.. .19
Wheat hearts, large package .33
Reg. 50c coffee, special 35c, 3 lbs. for 1.00
Mason quart jars 1.00
Just a few of our many specials in the
Men's Wear Department
Regular $12.50 mackinaw coats S8.85
Men's dress shoes 10 per cent off regular price.
10 per cent off all men's and boy's suits.
He ot his
, 25 or 30 boys cf Eugene w ho belong
I to the anti-cigarette league. After a
session of songs and speeches
with the boys they were given a ban
quet in the church dining room fol
lowing which they paraded the main
streets of Sprii.gfield giving their
yells and sloRan.
The retries officers were elected
for tiie coming year. They are:
President, Mrs. K. C. Sanderson of
Eugene; vice president, Mrs. Carrk
We give Red Trading
Stamps. A 2 per
cent saving on each
Dollar you spend
Go to it. K. Pitta' cabinet ahop.
corner Fourth and C atreeta, for your
S:nltary Putter Mold, kitchen cabi
net, kitchen tables. English break
fast table anil general cabinet work.
LOST AND FOUND
Lost Linen hand bag Saturday even
Ing on afreet, containing fountain
pcu and check bcok. vnlued ai
keepsake. Leave ai News offlev
Kff! M. Powell, phone Springfield
KOCNlv- lilac k umbrella with black
' crrd In bundle, near Mohawk June,
tlon. See J. J. Manwarlug, Sth &
K streets. O 2S
TIN'TINO and general painting. Cru
b rg. 9th & It streets. Phono 137 It '
-i Initiative measure number 310 on
FOHDS and Cbesroleta painted. $20. Im, MUn ,,, , o(l.(, , .ov,.,u).r
Springfield Auto Paint shop. Phono RVO , or,.gol, a port e.jual to
137 R- tany port on the Pacific coast. Yoj
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED To 'rent a piano for sev-
eral months, inquire of P. O. box
run neni i
; il'MJ.MJ for rent. (Jood bleeping
rooms, nicely nirnwiu'd; woul I
also serve breakfast If preferred.
Phone 120 J. tf
A. Day, KuKene; secre tary. Mrs. Malta-
H.mIoiii, t;.;in' treasurer. Mm.
Catherine" Melton, Cieg.vrll. An hon
ored member of the convention wai
Mrs. Ueai liy from l'ies-il who wa t
one of the first crusader of 70
women who s'arted out from llillh
boro Ohio, In their crus.nle analii-it
the salo;i. She .still carries the sain.
I. U'e Hlhle she curried then it nil lead
the cievoM'Hial from It at the o.e.i
The followli.K resolutions were
"Whereas, we the dele-Kate to the
v.. C. T. l county convention of
I ane county have been so royally
entertained by the ladies of .Spring
field, anil, ,
Whereas, throupn the kindness of
the Methodist congregation we have
had the use of their beautiful budd
Wherea. the work of the W. C. t. i
Always remember that It
I eanler to KEEP out of
trouble than It 'a to GET out,
once you are in.
Have you made a bad In
vestment? Are you In finan
cial trouble? Come right In
and tell us about It. Wo
will do our best to help you.
But the really wlae lnveBtord
come to uh. before they get
Into trouble. We are hand
ling financial deal every
day. That's our business.
We Invite you to come and
confer about deals. All our
banking facilities are at your
dirtposal. Let ub help you
to keep out of trouble.
The Bank for Everybody
V. Is gaining In prominence In the
state and nation, anil,
Where.ii we n a bmly are taking
up and puihlng with rigor anllrlga
rette cnmtnlgn which i n much
needed reform, and.
Whereon, by the help of Almighty
Uotl the good men and women of
our nation have waged a aucceHnfut
war ngnliiHf k'ug alcohol and brought
about national prohiblton and the en
fratiHitsement of women, therefore.
lie It resolved, that we, the W. t
T. 1'. of Lane county. In convention
express our appreciation
of th work of our president
Sanderson, during the past year an I
efe!d our heartfelt thanks to tin'
ladles of Springfield for their kind
io-hs ami to all others who have help,
ed to make our convention a success,
He It urther resolved that we
thank and pralsn Almighty (5od for
our past vletor!es and ask Divine
guidance for success In the future
work of the W. C. T. I.
,! vitally interested In the passape
1 of this bill. If will not Increase your
taxes. The cost Is Iwirrie by the Port
cf Portland, but all Oregon must voti
on the measure. Vote 310 YES on
the ballot November 2nd. Paid adv.
"EDWARDS FOR SHERIFF"
CLUB ORGANIZED HERE j
A ritmSer of the en'hiis'aMlc bark-1
cm Cif John K. Kd wards, who Is -t
candidate for sheriff of Lane county, I
met nt the c ity bill Saturday nlirht I
ami formed an "Kdwards for Sheriff
Tin- purpose of this club, as stnt d
by Harry Ktewart who presided nt
)i e, f nc;. h to unber. by fl!l honor--.i-l,.
nw-r.es. !,.. , ,);., v of John iT
KMv,l'-,H f,,r H..r (f ,,f j .,,. ,......
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ery W: ( f (j j,re-l!ie 1
i let !ry and M. '
r. A doren men
tip at iie fli'
MICTAKE MAKES "nAT"
WORK OF "AnT" WORK
F.ast woi-k'n News reportel thai
Mist Kern Travii- would dej "rtf
work on the staff of the Oreitana.
It should have read ":wt" work.
Miss Travis" friends are womlcr'np.
what "rat" work Is. Printer' a letter
H"""'t,""'H b,!d "round and do almost
tt natc h mischief a rat themselve.
We are equipped to do expert repairing of automobllea
and trucks in the quickest possible lime.
All Work Guaranteed To Be Satisfactory.
Sole Agents for the
These Batteries Are Guarantied for Two Years
DETROIT BATTERIES have
to a large number
We also have a complete line of
accessories and auto parts.
Sidney V. Ward will go to Corvalll
tomorrow on a business trip.
Frank Duvcy of tits claim depart
merit of the Matt Industrial uecldent
commission, was In Springfield Tuei r
day on business. . ,f
tawrrm-o May and Ceorto Cox ro
turned Tuesday from a hunting trip
above tiakrldge. Each one brought
In u fine large bu k.
OREGON EGGS SECOND TO
CALIFORNIA IN THE EAST
Portland, Ore., Oc t. 27 -- Ekk pro
duced In this state now occupy a
position on the New York market,
second only to the well known Pet a
, luma eggs, according to t I.. 1'pson,
general maniRer of I ho Oregon
' Poultiy Produce! ' association, who
bus Jtift rt uriu'd from the east. 1 la
found (bit Pc-iuluma. extra fancies
' were selling at 73 cents, while Oregon
! XuLade were brlng'ng 6.S cents.
EUGENE MAY HAVE A
POWDERED MILK FACTORY
Eugene. Ore. Oct. 27. Powdered
milk will probably be produced In a
factory, the first of Its kind on thi
coast, which the Eugene Farmers'
creamery is now contemplating erect
Im: A new troc-s found successful
In Idaho and Canada wluld be used
and the fuctory would cost between
$23,000 and f .10.000.
8ERVICE MEN ARE FOR
WARREN O. HARDING '
Former re r vice men are already
o!Kn:-'r.lni Ifardlnr clubs. In th
Cnc'iui!' il ti'inirer It Mates that
tl" 'Tine I' t'-w whic h the former
"(-vie., turn tic i lure cimmend
Mr. lliird'nn: lo them as a andl
ttato f!f fres'dc-nt are:
1 II" standi for tiiwrlca flrf.
s ()firc,! in tt-n tngui of 'rttcini
as lrc.M-nl Wilson wUhe It,
and H nualnst Intornatlnnallsm.
2 ll. f-cvors voluntary military
trn'n"ti. hi t Is . opposed to mill-liir'.'F-c
rt Me ) m,t eposeel lo granllnr
n tx-ee : ( u(..i,rs.
I p.. ee '-- I-t"l ntul fnt-n
t. ...in,-- --Mors and tnarln-'l
d' rer.vrd. the principle for
which w wet to war.
Flni-nclnl I nil Due To Cold
H Is r-silmatecl that the averaco
man l-iseri thr-'i- cl.iy tlmo eac h year
'com lnahl!tv to work on account of
huvlnc a cold Much of this loss
cin b -veM. h tnnt!nr everv
cob! n soon a tho flrat Rymptoma
of the dlseriMe ntcar. ('liainlx-rlain'
Coiicjh Iterneilv hl won n wble repti-t-itinn
newt immense into by It cure
of this Hieae. Try 't Vou are cer
tain to h need with It pleasant
t..i mi, the (irompt relief which It
Why not let u print your net
order of butter wrappera.
already proven satisfactorv
Springfield auto ovaers.