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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1921)
THURSDAY. KKimUAHV 24, 1021.
THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
H.rliig(lcl. Tit I 8rvlco. Phono 2.
Owing Im u rumor lo tte cfftnt that
th cliy wnlor whu lmpuf, tint city
liKiilth officer want It cliMirl under.
Klood t tin t tlm hint water tent tukt-:i
February 10 from lh IIIkIi school
WHERE QUALITY AND
Saturday Feb. 2(1. wn wl.l
give to every lucly who come
to our More, a hniitful kiuhm
reminder. Wo hnve only n lim
ited quantity. Kim loiiii, first
During Up week of F"b. 2H
to Mar. f mii tiro giving FUEI3
with evry Silt. purchuau if
(JOLDKN WEST COFFEE a
lb. package of NIMIAY A TEA
W. M. Green
Established in Lane County
'IT ALWAYS PAYS TO
IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN WORSE!
Open For Business
New location west half Corsaw's
Store between 4th & 5th on Main.
No Limit on Amounts ' Mail Orders Promptly Filled
Slightly Damaged Goods at a Big Reduction
SPECIAL Aluminum Kettles While They Last
3-qt- size 78c 4-qt. size 85c
Host Valley Patent, per sack $1.99
Dalles Diamond, per sack $2.48
LOOK! Jiffy Jell All flavors, pkg 10c
Fancy while beans, 4 lbs 25c
Pest Jap head rice, 7 lbs 50c
New ('jirolent milk, 10 for 95c
Fresh cream cheese, lb 3oc
10c can brack pepper 6c
Finest quality peanut butter, 2 lbs 25c
Haw peanuts 2 lbs 25c
Fresh roasted peanuts, 2 lbs 35c
Onion sets, per lb 10c
White Wonder soap, 23 bars $1.00
Lennox soap, 25 bars $1.00
Closing Out All Graniteware Dishes
Double boilers 78c Kettles 78c
7Cc brooms 49c $1.00 brooms 78"
$1.50 brooms $1.19
This Advertisement Is Merely an Index to Values
We list here only a few of the hundreds of bargains
found at (3 ray's, but the variety of foods you can get for
lower prices is simply amazing come often, for each day
new bargains are offered.
Best Cash Prices Paid for Eggs' . Read our Ads and savo
ii 19 1 m ii m. i n j i mi jy f. nm,J m pp m 1 lwy ' U 'JiTT f11"'
allowed a total nliMi-ncn of typhoid or
my other hiirmful gerrim.
Kwi'i't pea nciid In bulk. Mixed or
Ni'Itnif color. It will pay you to
buy bulk garden m"i morn than ever
HiIh var. Springfield WfirchouHo Co.
, Mr. J. K. Stewart underwent u
major operation at tiro Mercy hoHpl
tul In Eugene. Tuendny and lit reported
to be Improving rapidly.
Dr. H. Ilutph Dlppcl, dcntlat, Spilng
j Mm. I. A. Valentine vIMlcd with h r
mmher and Mmer at lliHr homo In
' I Inn lullin g lust Sunday and Monday.
Egglmunn'4 bread made clean,
j wrapped clean, and no Id clean.
MIhm Lillian linker gnve a Murprlxe
birthday party Feb. 14. in honor ot j
j her iiioil.t r Mrn, J. W Maker Tin
party H given at Egglmann,' U)
j ream parlor J
j r JiiMj er'a Graham, Ha the beat j
i All like t. Auk your grocer for it;
j Mm. Efflw St Clair and Mr. M. V. ;
! Phillip of Cottage Grove upcnt a te'
: houi'1 li town Wedi iwluy visiting
, Mr. V. McLean. j
J Wnn led, all klmla of furniture to
ri'pnlr and remodel. IJuley audi
; Mrn. Jeunette ItlchardHon sold hr
properly m the corner of fith and U;
ln't, to Mm. HaHHftt of Newberg
hint ThurMilay. Shu will make h"r
j home with her aon In Eugene, j
Knrly Heed potatoe. garden seed
and Lawn (JnifH weed. Sprlngflel
Mr. and Mrn. Chaa Marshall are
moving Into lie Ellt apartment.
Let us figure on that next Job ot
printing. We can aave you money.
IV te N'ellHln ha returned to hla
Iioiiu here, having been at the South
ern Pacific hoHpltal at San Franclaro
for aeveraj weeks, receiving medical
TRADE AT GRAYS
.. . - - j
Before that tired feeling saps your energy come in and
get a Spring Tonic.
Has overeating and lack of exercise in the winter,
clogged your system?
If so, come in an get our bracing SPRING TONIC. It
will build up your system and put "Pep" in your entire body.
We are Careful Druggists.
We give Red Trading Stamps with cash purchases.
QUALITY FRESH ROASTED SERVICE
SUCCESS BLEND OF COFFEE
A superior blend of high grade -coffee' particularly
adapted to the household trade. Steel cut, chafX 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.
YOUH NEIGHBOR KNOWS ASK HER
A post card will bring
4th and Madison Street.
j FOR GAS ON STOMACH
i Slir.jilo glycerine, luickthorn hark,
! o'o.. us mixed in AdU-r-' ka relieves
ANV CASK Ki;s on ytoniach or miiif
Htoiuach. U acts on boili
! lower bowe . und remove1 ill ml
niatier whlih poisoned stor- u. O '-n
Ct'ltlCS (.'cnstipatioii. Iievc a :i-
(!i' !!'r. The INSTANT plen:. t a n
; of Adlcr i ka Hurprlaes bo tic :s
.and latleiila. Cue man wl . I
'five years from indiK' slio;. r i-
; stlpatlcn was helped by ( tl . .
K. H. Flanery, drupg;st.
Chamberlain's Cough Rem i .4 s
Medet'iiies that aid nr o .re
always most effectual. ar.: r-
lain'a Cough Remedy act m ita
Iilan. It altys the cough r. vc : he
lungs, aids expectoration, us he-
.set ret ions andids nature i: 'st ng
the system to a healthy -id'
Thousands have testified t( ' i d
qualities. Try it when yo u
cough or cold.
Have you read the want 8.
NOTICE FOR PUBLIC .ON
U. S. Land office at so! s,
Oregon, February 10, 1921.
Notice Is hereby given t V.- io
R. Sly of Creswell, Oregon, who on
December 1, 1915, made Homestead
Entry, serial No. 010476, for Lot 1
of Section 6, Township 19S Range
2V, Willamette Meridian has filed
notice of intention to make Final
Three-year proof to establish claim
to the land above described, beforu
13. O. Inunel, U. S. Commission, at
bin offico at Eugene, Oregon, on the
,22nd day of March, 1921.
Claimant namus ns witnesses:
, Robert O. Urady, of Cresawell, Ore
gon; Join A. lilunkenship, of Crca-
! well. Oregon; Henry Yeoman, of
Creswell, Oregon, and JUchard Cro
ahong, of Creswell, Oregon.
V. H. CANNON, Register. -
It will pul Sprina
in ajour dtep.
Sparkle in Tjour
Sold only by
AND SUPPLY CO.
We want all the ncn'3 all the time,
our phone number is two Call ua up.
The News $1.7". in advance, i
No cigarette has
the same delicious
flavor as Lueky
Lucky Strike is the
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 weVs from the
date of the first publication of the,
summons to-wit. January 13th, 1921,
and if you bo fail to appear and
answer said complaint within Bald
DR. EUGENE KESTER
Physician and 8urgeon
Office Phone 82 '
Home rhone !l
11 to 12 A. M. 1:30 to 5 P. M.
DR. W. H. POLLARD
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Phones: Office 20 J; Res. 20 M
9 a. m. to 12 m. 1:20 p. m. to 6 p. m.
DR. S. RALPH DIPPEL
, DR. N. W. EMERY
Sutton Bldfl. Phone 20-J
Residence Phone 129 W
FRED G. LEMLEY Prop'r.
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing, Dye
ing, Hats blocked, Suita made to
Main Street Springfield
between 3rd and 4th Oregon
JOHN E. EDWARDS
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
Main and Third Oregon
MRS. A. TRUE LUNDY
NU BONE and M. & K. CORSET8
SURGICAL CORSETS and BELTS
FOR MEN and WOMEN A
155 9th Ave., E., Eugene.Ore.
Phone 239. Afrornoons Up Stairs
D. W. ROOF
FINE WATCH REPAIRING A
FRANK A. DE PUE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
W. F. WALKER
Full Auto Equipment
W. O. W. block
Office phone 62. Red. 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
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 Morrl
son's ball. Visaing brothers
F. L. Snodgrass,
W M. Green,
R W. M.
time, the Plaintiff will apply to the
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
Tlalntiff and for full relief.
This summons Is served upon you
by publication in the Springfleld
Newsf 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; Bald
order be'ng made and entered of rec
ord January 7th, 1921
The date or first publication as pi 4
scribed by said order Is the 13th day
of January. 1921, and last date Feb
ruary 24th, 1921.
C. M. KISSINGER,
Attorney for Plaintiff. - V
Residence Eugene, Oregon.