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THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
THURSDAY, DKCEMlUCIl 23, 1920
SANTA READY FOR KIDDIES
(Continued from rK on I
every person take It upon themselves
to help make It Known to all tho
boya and artrla In Springfield.
The funds to finance this Christ
mas tree hare been raised through
the Yartous organlaatlons promoting
the affair and a detailed atatement
will be given later.
Following is the program:
Invocation by Rev. T. D. Tarnes.
Christmas eong by Third and Fourth
ScriDture reading by Rev. Earl
Talk by' George Davenport, Chairman
of the L. L. L. L.
Song "Teach Me To Pray-, by George
Motion exercise by First and Second
Song "Up On the Housetop-, by
Reading by Mabel Humphrey
Song. "A Christmas Carol".
BEALS ADVERTISES STATE
(Continued from page one)
was assistant Instructor of household
arts in The Dalles high school. D. L.
Beala la a brother of Mrs. Frank
Withers and Dean Beals, both of
Mr. Beals called at The News office
and related some of the work being
done at Riddle to advertise that town
and community and for all Oregon.
The Oregon Growers Cooperative
association has a large fruit packing
plant at Riddle, through which most
of the fruit grown in that section is
Each box that goes out is labeled
"Mlstland", giving the name of the
product and 'the location from which
it comes. This is done by the asso
ciation. The Riddle State bank, however,
has taken the responsibility of put
ting inside of each box a circular
telling of the nature of that country,
the climate, possibilities, etc.. and a
few recipes for the use of the prune,
and esking that the purchaser post
Mr. Beals says that this method
Is already bringing results, in the
number of inquiries that community
is receiving. He believes it to b
one of the best mediums of advertis
ing Oregon and urges that more of
this work be done.
"This section of Oregon produces
prunes that are absolutely unexcelled !
anywhere", is the claim made by
Mr. Beals. He says that in the last
ten years there has been only one
partial failure of that crop in Douglas
county, and that this year nearly a
million dollars worth of prunes were
growja in Douglas county. About
flOO.OCO worth remain unsold at this
House and two lots, corner of 4th
and Broadway streets, six-room
house, good bam, wood shed and
chicken park. Easy terms. In
quire D. F. Seamana, owner.
FOR SALE House and lot In Em
erald Heights addition. Good sealed
house, ahtnge roof, large, dry lot.
Address Peter Haugen, Eugene.
WANTED A good milk cow. Inquire
of J. W. Hoppe. Douglas place.
TINTING and general painting. Crua-
berg. 9th A B streets. Phone 137 R.
FORDS and Chevrolet! painted. 1 15.
Springfield Auto Paint 1109. Phone
U7 R. tf.
Go to H. E. Pitts' cabinet shop,
corner Fourth aad C streets, for your
Sanitary Butter Mold, kitchen cabi
nets, kitchen tables, English break
fast tables and general cabinet work.
FUNERAL OF MRS. WITHERS
HELD SUNDAY AFTERNOON
The funeral of Mrs. Harry A.
Withers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
0. I. GorrXnf Springfield, whs held
from the Walkor clinpel Sunday nf
ternoon Mrs. Withers pntPit away
at their home at lturus. Ore., Doc. 12,
at the agt of 33 years, death being
caused by acute dilation of the heart.
Rev, T D. Yarn hadharge of the
services and Interment was In the
Laurel Hill cmetery. The chapel was
crowed with friends of the family.
Besides her husband, deceased
leaves two children, Harry A., Jr., 5
rears old. and Joannlne Margaret, S
months old, her parents) Mi, and
Mrs. C. C. Gorrle, four sisters and
four brothers, Mrs. C. D. Endland. of
West Timber, Margaret. Anne and
Maud Gorrle, all of Springfield, and
Tom C of Portland. Jack. C. I., and
James Gorrle, all of Springfield. All
were at the funeral except Mrs.
THURSTON BASKETBALL TEAMS
DRUB COBURQ RING TOS8ERS
The Thurston eighth graders, the
high school girls team and the high
school boys team each won their
game from the corresponding Coburg
team last Saturday night at Thurs
ton. The games were fast and excit
ing and resulted In the following
scores: Eighth graders 14 to 23;
high school girls. 7 to 23; and high
school boys. IS to 25. v
After the games refreshments were
enjoyed by those present. The Thur
ston high school will play Santa
Wo gladly embrace thU
, opportunity to wish a
MERRY AND JOYOUS
To all our customers
employes and friends
"A Good Bsksry-
Clara high on January 7. and a game
la planned for between Springfield
Corner of A and 4th streets
Rev. Earl Chllders, Pastor
8unday school at 9:45 a. m. Preach
ing at 11 o'clock. A class for every
one and a sermon that will do you
Come to Christian endeavor at :30
p. m. for an Interesting meeting.
Preaching In the evening at 7:30.
Results of our every member canvans
will be announced at this tine.
Christmas exercises and tree wll be
held Friday evening at 7:30. Every
NEIGHBORS OF WOODCRAFT
The next regular meeting will be
held Wednesday nltfht, IVc. 23 at
the W. O. W. hall.. There will be
initiation . Come dressed for a
hard times party and able to enjoy
good eats Signed
Classified advertising paya.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Thos. D. Yarnes, Pastor j
Next Sunday will be a special day
with us. Our Christmas Sunday ser-1
vices will be held, with special mus'c j
by the choir at both morning and
evening hours. The pastor will preach '
upon themes appropriate to the occa !
t on. Come anJ worship with u.
and honor the Christ who has made
th'e seasoti of the year so full of Joy. 1
CARD OF THANK8
We wish to express our -thanks
and sincere appreciation to our many
friends for their sympathy, assistance
and beautiful floral offerings during
our recent bereavement.
If. A. Withers and family.
' Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Gorrle and
NOTICE TO CREDITOR8
In the matter of the estate of D. G.
Notice is hereby given that tho
undersigned has been appointed ad
ministratrix of the estate of D. G.
Clcndenning, deceased by the County
Court of Lane County, Oregon and !
that all persons having claims :
against said estate are hereby notl-i
fied and requested to present the ,
'same, duly verified, to the under-j
signed at the law offices of Potter, ;
Foster and Immel in Eugene, Ore-'
gon on or before six months from the 1
date pf the first publication of this
Dated at Springfield, Oregon this
2nd day of December, 1920.
Anna Glendenning, adiulnistdatrlx
of the estate of D. G. Glendennlng,
Totter, Foster an' Immel, attorneys
for the estate.
THAT IS A SALE
In 1 1
On Home Furnishing Goods from now until December 28th, inclusive.
We are now on the second week of our price smashing sale and our sale thus far has been such a success
for ourselves and our customers that we have added a few more specials to our list, and kindly bear in mind that
EVERY ARTICLE in our store is ON SALE. We don't sell you furniture cheap then make it up on other goods not
on sale. Nor do we have any leader but the price on every article in our store is REDUCED, and we will sell you
one or all we've got of any article at the price quoted and when we quot at COST we mean COST.
Thanking you for your patronage this far and soliciting your further valued orders we are yours for more
WE ARE SELLING AGENTS FOR TWO OR THREE O F THE LARGEST WHOLESALE HOUSES IN THE
WEST. Remember, if you want Rugs, Over-stuffed Chairs, or any thing in the HARDWARE LINE, that
we haven't in stock, we have large illustrated catalogues and will order same for you at the wholesale price,
plus freight, at any time while our sale is on.
It is impossible to list all our specials here but following is a few for comparison:
Pabcolin, 85c, cut to COST
Wool Fibre Rugs, 9x12, $24, cut to COST
Woo Fibre Rugs, 82xl0i2, $22, cut to COST
Tapestry Brussels, Drop Rugs, $4, cut to COST
Small Wool Fibre Rugs, $4.95, cut to COST
9x12 Congoleum Rugs cut to COST
6x9 Congoleum Rugs cut to COST
71210 Congoleum Rugs cut to COST
Over-Huffed Rockers, cut
Plain Oak Rockers, $6.31, cut to .7$4.95
Plain Oak Rockers, $9.50, cut to . . ,58.50
Maple Rockers, $7.60, cut to j...$6.60
Solid Oak, Sewing Rockers, leather seat, $8.45, now $7.65
Maple High Chairs, $3.75, now r $3.00
Oak Dining chairs, $6.00, cut to . . . .$4.S
Oak Diners, $3.50, cut to . . . . .$2 40
Children's Rockers, reduced 20 to 30 per cent
15 OFF on all BEDS, SPRINGS and COUCHES
25 0FF on ail MATTRESSES
OAK DRESSERS, $32.50, cut to $27.00
Boy's Wagons, cut from $8.25 to , . ..$6.50
Aluminum T-Kettle for $4.00 and $4.95
'.SAVORY ROASTERS $200
Wash Tubs reduced 25
Boilers reduced 15
OAK DAVENPORTS, $65.00, cut to $50.00
Other Davenports reduced In proportion.
Heaters, $16.00, cut "to $12.50
Heaters, $31.60, cut to $25.00
Oil Heaters reduced to . COST
$155.00 all Cast Range, cut to $95.00
$106.50 Range, reduced to $86.00
CHEAPER RANGES SOLD AT COST
Hot Point electric irons, reduced 15
Electric Light globes reduced 15
Brooms, regular $1.10, reduced to '. 80c
Good Brooms for 49c
Ax and Sledge Handles from 15c up.
Cros Gut Saws, Second Hand, $1.00
PalntB and Varnishes reduced 20
Laundry Baskets , OOc
All other Hardware Articles in our store reduced 20v
, Second Hand Goods at Almost Your Own Price.
With every ETRUSCAN PHONOGRAPH, 1921 model
FIFTH and MAIN STREETS