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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 10, 1921)
TIIURHDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1921.
TUB BPWNGFIELD NEWS
TOWN AND VICINITY
Joy Walker arrived Monday frora
Portland for a vlill wlih relatives.
Yon break 'cn up anil wo will fix
'hi. thiiK" rhnlr and tabl liuley
nul KIIUdii'm Carpenter Hlup,
Mr. I 'mi I Nixon, an employvn of the
iiimlunl oil Co., of l( IiiikiiiiI Call
fornln. In npiMullng n (wo weeks vucn
lion hr vImihk old friend. ILi
formerly nl( mil tulwmj In Hprlu,:
SprliiKlli'liI Tiixl SiTVlni. Miotm 2.
I'hm JuHpi-iH llnkfiint Wheat.
Nulrllun nml )eltoii
tjijltt n number of peoplo from
WHERE QUALITY AND
White beans, lb. Go
21 lbs. for $1.00
Pull count matches, box 5c
Kraut by tho qt. or gallon
Special for Saturday or as
long as they last, u good
broom for 55c
W. M. Green
Established in Lane County
KprlnKflel'l attended Um old time
dance given at the Thurston hall.
A largn crowd wan reported and alt
tuid a good time, j
Demand Filmnn's bread from
Mr. Wallace I'nlanuk, who has foo.n '
Mirloiinly III at her home near Marooi.v,
wua taken to the. Mercy lloHpllAl at
IOuK"ni, tho first of the week. 81m
l lniirovlnK alowly.
When y.m K'-t ready lo put In Unit
i-uly garden, remember we have
ini it lino of' heeds, vegetable
Hprayn, oiilmi H'1i, vU:. Springfield
'ui ('lti)tiH4i Com puny.
Dr. H. Ralph Dlppel. dcotlat. Spring
Mr. and Mr. N. A. Howe enter
tained Mr. and Mm. Mike Orell. Mr.
and Mm. Carl Peterson and MIm
Adelaide Grell at a dinner, Sunday
Springfield Taxi Service. Phone J.
Ivan Male In reported ill at his
hom on Mill street.
You break 'em up and we will fix
'em, iron chalra and tablea. Buley
and Klllaon'a Carpenter Shop.
The men who have been here, to
long doing construction work for the
Power Co. filahed their work lat week
and left for Albany Sunday.
Cue Jasper's Graham, Ita the beat
All like It. Aak your grocer for It
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Leff of Portland
arrived Monday night to visit with
Mr. and 1r. Arthur Ham until the
hint of the week when they go on to
If you wunt something for a Sunilny
dinner ready cooked, come to Corsaw
Saturday, February 12. when you
will find all things good to eat on
hale. Hot sandwiches served frori
eleven to ono o'clock. Women';
llome Missionary Society. Methodist
Hive & Master, owners of the 2nd.
Avenue garuge reort tie sale of two
Ki cond band cars this wvk, one 1916
Ma by Grwid Che volet and one 1917
MUchell. They at ill have some excep
tionally good buys left.
At the regular meeting of the A. F.
M. Monday night. M. B. Huutley of
"IT ALWAYS PAYS TO TRADE AT GRAYS"
Most of the Articles advertised below are striking ex
amples of every-day prices. Our regular prices In most
cases beat all specials. "It always pays to buy at dray's"
Ubby's milk, small cans 4c
Fancy cream cheese, 5-lb. bars $1.90
Swiss style cheese, per lb., 45c
Llmburger, per lb., 45c
Lennox Soap. ( for . 25c
Duck soap, 40 bars $1.00
WHAT 25 CENTS WILL BUY
Prunes, Petite, 4 lbs 25c
Prunes', fancy Italian. 2 lbs 2'5c
Popcorn that pops, 3 lbs. 25c
Pai icy clean white beans, 5 lbs 25c
Jap head rice, 4 lbs 25c
Fresh creamery butter, lb .42c
Oranges, doz. 15c to 30c; half case, $1.95 to $2.25
Flour, Willamette valley patent, 49-lb. sack . .$2.10
Pure" lard,, per lb 20c
Fancy bacon backs, lb. 25c
Sugar cured names, lb 35c
Sauerkraut (we made it), quart . 12V2c
Raisins, pkg . . 24c
Salmon, pink, 2 cans 25c
1 loyal baking powder, small 19c
Mince meat, 2 pkgs.' 35c
Sugar corn, 2 cans ....25c
Orated cocoanut, lb 25c
Jams, assorted flavors, '2 Jars 25c
Aunt Jemima pancake flour, 4-lb. sack 48c
lloyal Club coffee, per lb ...,. 45c
Poaberry coffee, per lb ..-.28c
THIS ADVERTISEMENT IS MERELY AN INDEX TO
Wo lint here only a few of the 'hundreds of bargains
found at Cray's, but the variety of foods you can get for
lower piicr.s is simply amazing come often, for each day
new bargains-are added.
I 1 f
fr WW ', SJTt2UJt-TTm
Tka& wlty tlaeij Last
a Loner urns
Not only on rubber goods but on everything We sell
we make a FAIR and SQUARE PRICE.
We depend upon doing a big volume of business. To
do this we make little prices on everything we sell.
So when you want drugs and drug store things you
want us. Remember that.
We are Careful Druggists-
We give Red Trading Stamps with cash purchases.
DR. EUGENE KESTER
Physician and Surjton
Office Phone 82
Home rhone Jl
11 to 12 A. M. 1:30 to 6 P. M.
DR. W. H. POLLARD
PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON
rtonea: Office 20-J; Res. 20 M
a. m. to 12 m. 1:30 p. m. to 8 p. ra,"
DR. S. RALPH DIPPEL
DR. N. W. EMERY
Sutton Btdg. Phone 20-J
Residence Phone 129-W
LEM LEY'S PRESSING
FRED a LEMLEY Prop'r.
Cleaning. Pressing, Repairing, Dye
ing, Hate blocked, 8ulte made te
Main 8treet 8pringfleld
between 3rd and 4th Oregon
QUALITY FRESH ROASTED SERVICE
SUCCESS BLEND OF COFFEE- '
A superior blend of high grade coffee particularly
adapted to the household trade. Steel cut, chaff all gone,
pure coffee to make a real successful cup of coffee." .,
A trial will more than convince you that" QUALITY
counts. Price 40c per pound.
YOUR NEIGHBOR KNOWS ASK HER -
A post card will bring you success.
Sold only by
SUCCESS COFFEE AND SUPPLY CO.
4th and Madison Street.
s Eugene, Oregon.
JOHN E. EDWARDS
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
Main and Third
INSUR AN C E
CHAS. U SCOTT at
Sprlngf'eld and Mr. Newman of Eugn
were initiated Into the fourth degree,
tailed the Mark Masters Deare-y
''he lodge has received word that the
t-ovtrlgn Grand Master will visit
hem In tie neir future.
Buy Kerr Valley Flour. None bet
ter $2.10 per sack. Sp.lugfleid waiv
L. J. Lepley returned Sunday even
ing from a business trip to Oakdalc,
Iluy Kerr Patent Flour. None bet
ter $2.65 per sark. Springfield Ware
Why not let ua pr'nt your next
order of butter wrappers.
Those enjoying the evening we:
Viola Nelson, Delia Clark, Ttelma
Laj-aon, Lucile Lambert, Shirley
Ilemenway, Bernlce Jaeobson. Jennie
D. W. ROOF
FINE WATCH REPAIRING A
FRANK A. DE PUE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Mrs. J. E. Stewart entertained the
members of the Chrysanthemum
Sewing Club and several additional
guests at an afternoon of cards Wed
nesday February 9. A daintily bound
calendar of desserts was preaonteJ
f.o Mrs. Jesse Seavey wbo made the
hlgl est score at the game.
Pussy willows and rose colored
cyclumen were used about the. rooms
and the -olor note of rose was further
carried, out In the shaded lights and
dellghtfi'.l two course luncheon.
Those enjoying the afternon were
Mesdames: B. A. Wastburne. J I.
Clark, M. M. Lucky. F. A. Depue, J. J.
Lryan, Jesse Secvey, Al Perkins. Ken
innh Abies, I. I). Larimer, Harry
ftowarl, Riley Snouis!, Howard
I'reeland and Paul Brattala
Ruth Bruttain and Alice Ransdall
held a very pleasant party at the
Paul Brattain home Saturday evening,
entertaining their school mates. The
evening was spent wltfc games and
music, followed by refnteshmentt.
Jlolverson. Paulina McPherson, Neil
Nelson, Hale Cllnger, Earl Roberts,
Paul Nice, Raymond Yarnes Job.
Knight. Harold Stewart, Dale Rus-
sell, John Hutchins, and Rae Casteel.
The Needlecraft Club entertained
their husbands with .-a old fashions
dress imrty Thursday evening, FeD.
3 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Olson. Those wlu attended Wen
dressed in all soiits of costumes tlat
furnished lots of amusement for all.
The evening was spent playing guess
ing games and contests, points bejng
given and the one having nignesi
score for the evening was awaraea
a prize. Mr. Carl Fisher beijig the
lucky person of the evening, re
ceived the prize. Delightful refresh
ments served cafeteria istyla were
much enjoyed by the guests. Thofae
present were: Mr. and Mrs.. Harry
Stewart, Carl Fister, H&nry Adrian,
O. H. Jarrtt. Alex McKenzie, Robt.
Drury, Dr. and Mrs. Mortensen, Dr.
and Mrs. Pollard, and Mr. and Mrs.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Lane.
Mrytle Swanson Plaintiff vs. Arthur
To Arthur Swanson the above
In the name of the State of Oregon.
You are summoned and required to
be and appear in the above entitled
Court and suit, and answer the com
plaint of the Plaintiff filed herein
against you within six weks from the
date of the first publication of the,
summons to-wit. January 13th, 1921,
and if you so fail to appear and
answer said complaint within said
W. F. WALKER
Full Auto Equipment
W. O. W. block
Office phone 62. Res. phona 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
ROBERT BURNS Lodge, No.
78. A. M. F.. Ancient land
Accepted Scottish Rite Uni
versal and Symbolic Free
Masons meets first and third
Monday evening in Morri
son's hall. Visiting brothers
F. L. Snodgrass, W M. Green,
Secretary- R W. M.
time, the Plaintiff will apply to tho
Court for the relief prayed for in said
complaint, to-wit: for a decree dis
solving the bonds of matrimony now
existing by and between you and
Plaintiff and for full relief.
This summons is served upon you
by publication in the Springjfield
News a newspaper of general circu
lation, published at Springfield, Lane
County, Oregon for six consecutive
weeks, by order of the Hon. G. F.
Skipworth, Judge of above Court; said
order being made and entered of rec
ord January 7th, 1921
The date of first publication as pre
scribed by said order Is the 13th day
of January. 1921, and last date Feb
ruary 24th, 1921.
C. M. KISSINGER
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Residence Eugene, Oregon. j