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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1920)
THURSDAY. IWCISMIIKH 23. 1020
TIIK 8PJUNGKIKLD NKVS
PA on FIVE
TOWN AND VICINITY
L P.. Mmltli returned to lil home
here Sunday after having completed
n course In vulcanizing and re trend
Injr In one of the Portland sc hools.
Krl Hinith. a student at O. A. C.
la visiting with relative hero during
Vhl(tlnf( cream for Christmas uo
at the Hprlngfluld creumery, Friday
Orson Vaughn ha returned from
Marshfield where he liaa been cm
pllyed for tome time, lie wllj visit
with hla parents for three week
while the mill at Marshfield la ahut
Demaad Eggtmann's bread from
Mis France Paden, cleric. In the
poatoffire, spent Bunday at her homo
Wlnnifrcd May, bookkeeper at the
Itooh) Kelly mill at Wendllng will
spend the Christmas hotldnya In Pork
Ladle, The nicest present you
ran nuike to your husband or sweet
luart la a fine ult pattern from
Ramsey, the tailor.
Dr. 8. Ralph Dlppol. dentlat. Spring
Mra. Oscar Ilodgdon In reported
sick at her home on Fifth street.
T'ae Jasper Graham It'a the bent.
All like It. Auk your grocer for It.
Uert Cyr. visited with his brother.
Milton Cyr over Sunday and Monday.
Mr. Cyr operate a creamery at
Mra. 8. Ralph Dlppel and her sinter,
MIm Gladys Galller, will go to iiandon
tlio lnit of the week to upend the
holld.i.v with their parents, Mr. and
Mra. Sieve Gullicr,
CbrlHtmna special whipping crenm
of the bent Quality at tlio Springfield
creamery Friday only.
Gentlemen. Make your hetter-hulf
a flue present of cloth for suit or
fiklit from llamaey, the tailor.
Where Cash I
Why Pay More?
A Merry Xmas
AncT A Happy
New Year To All
Wo also wlh to thank all
of our many friends for the
friendly way you have received
ua and may we enjoy that samo
friendly feeling with years
THI8 STORE WILL CLOSE
ALL DAY CHRISTMAS
W. M. Green, Mgr.
Do You Want a Separator?
New, latest Improved, U. S.
Cream Separators, any size.
Used Machines bargains
U. S. Cream Separator, 500
1 Sharpies separator, 500
Ray Shell of Cottage Grove passed
through Springfield Tuesday on hla
way to MureolH to visit with friend.
Mr. Shell will return to Springfield
to vIhII with Mr. and Mra. Arthur
Stjlnmelx before returning to Cottage
Grove next Sunday.
$100 all record phonograph with
$10 worth of recorda. $12.50 down
and the balance on our eay monthly
plan. Kugene -Music Shop, Eugene,
Horn to Mr. and Mra. Ij fe Chet
wood, at their home in Mable, Fri
day, Doc. f?tb, an eight pound glrL
Dr. 8. Ralph Dlppel, dentlat, Sprlnf
C. A. rirady went to Flaggt on lh
Cooa Ray l!ne, Monday on a business
trip. Mr. Bpdy haa been employe 1
with C. E. Lyon for eevcral months.
Cne Jaapes Graham, its the beat.
All like It. Ask your grocer for It.
Tom C. Gorrle returned Monday
evening to hla home In Portland after
attending the funeral of bia slater,
Mrs. Wither here last Sunday.
Eggltmtnn'a bread made clean,
wrapped clean, and sold clean.
Mr. Minnie Denny, of liend, Ore-
la visiting In Springfield, coming
1 here to be with her daughter who la
i in a hospital at Kugene.
i 10 new pianos, C used pianos. 18 tc
i 30 months to pay for them. Come In
and look them over. Eugene Music
! Shop, Eugene, Oregon. N
! Dr. S. Ralph Dlppel. dentist, Spring
Uay Alexander came from Corvallls
Fr'.day to vlnlt his grandmother, Mra.
M. Billings for a few daya. Mr. Alex
1 ander Buffered a fracturod leg several
'month ago,but haa entirely recovered
! now. Mrs. Billings and Mr. Alex
'ander went to Corvallia Tuesday where
1 Mrs. Killings will remain with rela
tives over the holidays. t
I Dr. S. Ralph Dlppel, dentist, Spilrg
( field, Oregon.
i J. J. Totten. who for some months
'haa been making his home on the
corner of Sixth and D streelB. la now
making his home with his daughter,
Mra. A. B. Anderson near Eugene. In
about a month Mr. Totten will go to
Cullfornlu where he will enter the
nntlnnul soldiers home at Saw telle.
; The -Pine Needle club met at the
homo of Mrs. W. C. McLagan last
Thursday. The afternoon was srent
, In making candy' bags for the Com-
i,t.iitii u , i n u.ti o 111:17. tiftMl tr-
freshments were served during the
afternoon by the hostess assisted by
her sifter, Mrs. R. L. Iturnett.
Members present were Mesdames,
Arthur Peterson, C. M. Dorlty,' Bob
Shultz. Arne Nelson, Carl Girard,
Dick Johns, Wilbur Lloyd. Fred Spen
cer. Ed Reynolds. Oacar Hodgdon, E.
W. Albers and Hal McPherson.
Invited guests were Mrs. Ernest
Skinner and Mrs. R. L. Burnett.
The Prlacllla club waa delightfully
eitertalned laat Friday at the An
chorage tea house In Eugene by Mrs.
Edith Rebhan. The tea room -was
decorated in fashion appropriate to
the season and dainty refreshments
Members present were Mesdames,
W. L. Ron w, L K. Bnsford. I. I). Lar
imer, J. M Wlthroy, Riley Bnodgrnat,
M, L Howard and the bonlea.
Invited FiiealH were Mrs. I). A.
Waahtiurne and Mrs. Mark Peery.
The next meet'ng will be the se
cond Friday In January at the home
of Mrs John Beavcy.
FUNERAL OF PIONEER WOMAN
HELD LA9T 8UNDAY MORNING
The funeral of Mrs. Nancy Jane
Hill, who died at her home, earner
Second and South A streets, Friday,
Dee. 17, at the age of 61 years, was
held from the Walker chapel Sunday
morning at 10 o'clock. Rev. Harry
Neat had charge of the services and
Interment was in the Laurel Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hill are p'on
eers of Springfield, having made their
home here for the net twenty years.
Beside her husband. Joseph Hill,
deceased leaves to mourn her loss
an adopted child, Mrs. Ed Eusted, of
Leona, Ore., and two alstera. Mrs.
Lona Davis, of Brtir. Wise, ani
Mrs. Carrie GoodwcII. of Cook, Minn.
RHODE ISLAND RED PULLET
IS AMBITIOUS CHICKEN
- A Rhode Island Red pullet belong
ing to Mrs. N. F. McLeLod rushed the
season and began hatching out a
brood of little cbkks last Monday.
This particular biddy lacks a few days
of being nine months old but she
has been laying for some time. En
thused by the spring-like weather an
In an effort to add to Springfield's
reputation for fine poultry she has
started early to produce young cack
les for her mistress.
In November Mrs. McLeod'a flock
of 16 pullets, which were hatched the
roth of laat March, produced 220
Take Chamberlain's Tablets as
soon aa you have fln'shed your sup-;
per and they will produce a gentle
movement of the bowels on the fol
lowing morning. They will also Im
prove your digestion and make you
feel better In every away.
OREGON INDUSTRIES INDORSED
At a recent gathering of the Judges
and commissioners of the Oregon
county courts, resolutions were adopt
ed recommending and uiRing the pur
chase and ue of Orcson made pro
ducts so far as Is possible. It was
declared by the officials that If this
r-lan was enrried out it would aid
materinly in the continuous employ
ment of people in Oregon factories.
B'O Timber Deal At Marshfield
Marshfield. Ore., Dec. 22. The
Sm'fh River Timber company, with o
For the little ones and for the grown-ups you will find
suitable gifts in our Drug store. These are things that they
will appreciate and it will depend entirely on how much
you want to spend what you do spend.
There is a big variety of gifts to choose from, at prices
to suit all purses.
Do your Christmas shopping at the Careful Druggists'
We give Red Trading Stamps with cash purchases.
L J vc k
SU Obi ITUTE
We are pltised to an
nounce that we w!ll open a
pavings Department the
first of the year.
In this department any
man, woman, or child may
oi en a savings account by
depositing one dollar or
more, and interest at 3
will be paid, compounded
aeml-nnnualy in January and
July of each year.
Wq Invite your 'rcount
and will be Interested In lis
First National Bank
2nd and Main streets
capita) stock pf $500,000 has been in
corporated and represents another
step towards conummation of the
purchase of. the Gardiner Mill com
pany holdings by a syndicate, to have
headquarters in Marshfield. The
Deal Is one of the largest handled in
southwestern Oregon this year and
Includes the Gardiner townsite and
mill, also several thousands acres of
BROWNSVILLE WOOLEN MILLS
MAY BE OPERATED AGAIN
Drownsvllle, Ore.. Dec. 22. Xew
hope for a revived payroll at Browns
ville has been afforded by the an
nouncement that J. L. Bowman has
re-purchased the old Brownsville
Woolen m!Is and will remodel the
buildingrs. He plans to restore an
Industry that has been latent for six
years. The purchase included over
seven acres of ground and the right
to one-half of the water from the Cala
ro!a flume. Mr. Bowman has a sheep
ranch of hla own and is planning soon
to havh a unique motion picture on
the woo industry put out. This wou!d
fhow the sheep in the fields, shearing,-
clenn'.ni? wocf, carding, spinning,
weaving and finally the fitting of
suits In the s'ore of the mills in
Tort land. ;
Silem. Forty thousand acres of
prunes are now to be found between
Portland and Ashland, as compared
with 10,000 acres a few years ago,
according to a survey Jijst made.
Grading of road between' Greens
Ihridge and Scio completed. Will be
aved in the spring.
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W. F. WALKER
Full Auto Equ'pmsnt
W. O. W. block
Office phone 62. Res. 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
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 8URGE0N
Phones: Office 20 J; Rea. 20-M
9 a. m. to 12 m. 1:30 p. m. to 5 p. m.
DR. S. RALPH DIPPEL
DR. N. W. EMERY
6utton Bidg. Phone 20-J
Residence Phone 129-VV
FRED, G. LEMLEY Prop'r.
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing, Dye
ing, Hats blocked, Suite made to
Main Street Springfield
between 3rd and 4th Oregon
JOHN E. EDWARDS '
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
Wain and Third Oregon
CHAS. L. SCOTT at
D. W. ROOF
FIE WATCH REPAIRING A
FRANK A. DE PUE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Sutton ' Springfield
Building , Oregon
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
sons halL Visiting brothers
F. A. Rankin,
R W. U.
Willamina. New railroad building'
from here towards the coast helping
open up a new section of the country.
More 8awpiills assured and this sec
tion Is trying for a cannery.
Twenty-two North Dakota banks
closed In six weeks! It will be hard
for even a North Dakot farmer to
remain non-partisan under those cir
cumstances. How To Be Healthy ,
If you would enjoy goo4 health
keep your bowels regular and your
stomach and liver in good working
order. This Is easily done by taking
Chamberlain's Tablets. These tab
lets strengthen the stomach and reg
ulate the liver and bowels. They are
easy to take and mild and gentle In
effect. They only cost a quarter.