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THUriSDAT. MAY 19. 1021.
THE SrrtlNOFIELD NEWS
TOWN AND VICINITY
Mi and Mrs. John Parrlah who
lived her ninny .year, and left two
yeara ago, , for West Timbers, have
t Ipped their household' good back
"Homo Ties" a comedy drama In
4 sots, presented by the Senior elm,
FVIday. May 27.
Springfield Taxi Service. Phone t.
Shooting, galloping torsenwm, beau
tiful acenery, picturesque characters,
thrills, love Interest. Tbat'a "The
Wallop," featuring Harry Carey, EMI,
Sunday, May 22nd.
Mrs. J. J. Drowning, was admitted
te the Eugene hospital on Tuesday
for medical treatment.
Mra. Ed Nlnnls waa called to San
Francisco last Saturday on account
of the lllnesa of ber slater.
WHERE QUALITY AND
Kxcelo cake mixture . . 35c
3 pkgs 98c
Lighthouse cleanser . . 7c
4 cans 25c
Van Camps soup
per can 10c
If you are look
ing for bargains
why not come to
W. M. Green
I'lttat I IIll Co. Cabinet Shop. We
make kitchen cabinets, .. breakfast
tables, drop laf tablet, . dressing
tables, princess dressers, butter molds
step ladders, window and door frames
take ordera for doom, plat glair
mirror give estimates on dutch
kitchen work, atalr work. Window
glass and putty for aale. Repair
furniture and general job work. Shop
on corner 4th and C streets.
He cam down the long, long trail
to claim the girl be'd left behindh
and found only memories did Harry
Carey In "The Wallop" at the Dell,
Sunday, May 22nd.
The Civic club will meet next Tues
day at tie city ball.
The party ia known that removed
a motor meter from an Oakland car
In front of Efcglmann.s last Tuesday
night and If It Is returned to Th
News orflrn at onre no action will be
, She had a now ailment every day,
yet she was In perfect health ex
cept for heart trouble. See "Home
'Tlits" Friday May 27.
Hum to Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Harwocd
(of O street, between 4th and Bib,
I Tuesday evening, a son.
j Dr. 8. Ralph Dlppel, dentist, Sprlag-
Mrs. Ralph Colllnon. of Fall Creek,
underwent an operation for appendi
citis at the Springfield hospital yes
terday morning. Mr. CoIHson Is here
( to be niar her for a few days.
Springfield Taxi . Service. Phone 2.
Dr. S. Ralph Dlppel, dentist. Spring
Can you make love with umbrella
mending? SI Weber will show you
bow In "Home Ties." Friday May 27.
Chamberlain's TaWots are Mild and
Gentle In Effect
The laxative effect of Chamber-
! Iain's Tablets Is so mild and gentle
that you can hardly realise that It
, has been produced by a medicine.
A Serious Matter
Spring fever ia often
considered a Joke when
some one else ha it but
the condition is in reality
a serious matter.
Spring fever is caused by
a general relaxed condi
tion of Ihe system. It
usually indicates a loss of
vitality and a disordered
condition of the blood.
Celery and Iron Compound
will relieve the complaint
by toning up the nervous
system, purifying the blood
and increasing vitality.
w 4 mwrfVJrJJJIf--3
At the Farmers Exchange. 1
Its sure a good food for
your little chicks.
ONLY $3.49 per 100 lbs.
We have good specials
Our barbers are shifting a good
dal lately. Mart Endlcott la now
associated wltt. R. E. Morris.
There are persistent rumors on the
street this week that tbe bl mill
will start up soon.
J "IIitchln Post: is a picture of old
daya along the Mississippi river of
the days Just after the Civil war. It
abounds In plcturessque scenes and
Incidents, at th Bell, Wednesday,
Mrs. Arthur Ham returned to her
borne at 7th and K streets last Thurs
a . - . ik.
I uny aurr lurev wern bcmi tu iuu
local hospital. While there, Mra.
underwent two major operations.
Don't you know that you can make
the most delightful gema and whole
wheat bread from Jasper's breakfast
I Look for- the advertisement for
Sunday, May 22, at The Bell.
The first step In making your
will Is to consult an attorney
and give blm tbe Information
wblcb he will request.
Wben be ak you whom yon
wist named as executor, name
the First National Bank and
thereby make certain that the
provisions of your will will bo
carried out to tbe letter with
out favor or partiality.
DR. EUGENE KESTER
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone 82
Home Phone til
11 to 12 A. M. 1:30 to S P. M.
DR. W. H. POLLARD
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Phones: Office 20 J; Res. 20-M
I a. m. to 12 m. 1:30 p. m. to I p. m.
DR. S. RALPH DIPPEL
Phone 3 -Springfield
DR. N. W. EMERY
Sutton Bldg. Phone 20-J
Residence Phone 129 W
Develop Your Home State
Patronizing Your Railroads
The development of Oregon and ita Railroad Trans portation service Is a matter of Importance to you.
A vital factor in the development of Western Oregon Is the Southern Pacific Company.
Did You Know
Southern Pacific payrolls In Oregon for 1920 amounted to $11083754 03
Southern Pacific purchases in Oregon for 1920 amounted to S4510083 OO
Southern Pacific taxes paid in Oregon for 1920 amounted to 11X0038 06
Southern Pnclflo total distribution in Oregon for 1920 amounted to S16f 7 X368 1 70
Southern Pacific la the largest payer of taxes in Western and Southern Oregon. Southern Pacific
taxes average 1rU of all taxes paid In every county through which It operates.
To continue tlewj payrolls. purchaHes, taxes, and provide better facilities and convenient, safe,
rapid and frequent service is the aim of that Compauy.
Why not travel on Southern Pacific trains and do your part to enable that Company to keep race
with the further development of Oregon.
Reduced Fare Tickets
, Summer Vacationists and Tourists
Week-end and Season Back East
0 .. . . ' Summer Tourist Tickets
Summer Vacation Tickets to
' "'lo: Eastern Cities
. ' Seashore and Mountain Resorts , "! ' n "le-iCtu .
- - . June 1st to August 15th
will be on aale . , tlrougn . .
May 28th to Septembef SOth, ' CALIFORNIA .
... .. . . ' .s ; ' , In one dlreotion'" " "
Week-end pickets are limited to Monday following pM ,lmU tnrem0I;tn M, dftte-Sot V5
ale date. J Season tickets permit stop-overs and; exceed Octoberm. Liberal atop overs and your
retorn limits vary with closing date of tesorts.? choice of routed
.1 "OREGON OUTDOORS; ... ,
' i A new Illustrated booklet graphically describing ' ' .,
,.. ' ' the different reBorta and Including hotel and oamp '
", ' . . , . information. Copy FREE on request. '
For particulars as to passenger fares,' routes, train schedules or sloping car accomodations Inquire of
.., .. . any picket Agent of ,'V: ' " '. :-.
SOUTHERN PAC IFIC LIN ES
' ' - JOHN M. SCOTT
...... ..w...-. . . . .......-.; .. General Passenger Agent.,
Charles Elliott and Charles Bucha
nan opened a blacksmith shop in
Barnes' stable, at the foot of Main
street, Tuesday morning.
Pass the laugl s please, "Help Your
self." with Madge Kennedy at the
Bell. Saturday May 21st.
Martin Clark was to be taken io
Salem yesterday to enter upon his
Floyd Bartlett, who ia running i
Jewelry store at Reed sport, visited
his parents here tie latter part of last
Four race horses lost at cards a
suicide a duel a land rush in which
thousands took part but was a des
perate race for two. See "Hitchin'
Posts," at the Bell, Wednesday. May
Mrs. Chamberlin, of Portland, visit
ed at the home of her sister, Mra, C.
A. Eastman, last week returning home
Try our sodas, they are aodalicioua
"Help Yourself." The other fel
low Is doing it! Madge Kennedy
shows you how at the Bell TLeatre,
Saturday, May 21st.
Dr. S. Ralph Dippel. dentist. Spring
You can't . expect to beat old H. C.
L.'if you don't "Help Yourself."
E. E. Brattain came home from hia
Cufil man ranch, last Saturday, for a
few days, on account of Mrs. Brat
tain's ill health. The family will
probably remove to the ranch for the
summer, after the close of the schools
LEM LEY'S PRESSING
FRED a LEMLEY Prop'r.
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing, Dye
ing, Hats blocked, Suits made to
Main 8treet Springfield
between 3rd and 4th Oregon
JOHN E. EDWARDS
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
Main and Third
MRS. A. TRUE LUNDY
NU BONE and M. & K. CORSETS
SURGICAL CORSETS and BELTS
for men and women a specialty.
155 9th Ave., E., Eugene.Ore.
Phone 239. Afternoons Up Stairs
D. W. ROOF
FINE WATCH REPAIRING A
FRANK A. DE PUE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
. NOTARY PUBLIC
The Kensington club spent a plea
sant afternoon Friday, when Mrs.
jElza Sutton entertained the club,
j The home was beautifully decorated
jwith Scotch bloom and roses for the
' occasion. In the late afternoon, U e
poetess served delicious refreshments.
I Members present were: Mesdames
O. B. Kessey, Anna Knox. H. A. Kort,
L. May. J. T. Moore. Elza Sutton.
Harry Whitney, C. E. Wheaton, S. R.
Dippel, Miss Margaret Morris ' and
J Whooping Cough
! Tl is Is n very dangerous disease,
particularly to children under five
years of age, but when no paregoric,
codeine or other opiate is given Is
easily cured by giving Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. Most people believe
that it must run Its course, not' know
ing that the time is very much short
ened, and that there la. very little dan
ger from the disease when this rem
edy is given. It baa been used m
many epidemics ot whooping cough
with pronounced' success. It la safe
and pleaBant to take.- - '"' " .
aaoaraa - corrects
I l uty.
I 1 earnta.
tDCJT rata ca
W. F. WALKER
Full Auto Equipment
W. O. W. block
Office phone 62. Re, phene 87 J
For a fine Suif anJ a
perfect fit go to -
RAMSEY, The Tailor
ROBERT BURNS Lodge, No.
IS. A. M. F., Ancient and
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, V M. Green,
Secretary. R W. M.
oaipa tonfl fsUlnc
horariant th mAdm luatM.
baaUh action InniwIUf aad
MM-Back Guaiaataa. C
Hall's Catarrh Medicine
Those who are in a "ran down" con
dition will notice that Catarrh bothers
them much more than when they are
In good health. This fact proves that
while Catarrh Is a local disease. It is
greatly Influenced- by constitutional
conditions. H ALL'S CATARRH
MEDICINE' Is a Tonic and Blood Puri
fier, and acts through the blood upon
the mscous surfaces of the body, thus
reducing the Inflammation and restor
ing normal conditions.
All druggists. Circulars free.
F. J. Cheney & Co, Toledo, Ohio.
Miss Edna Swarts.
'The guest for the afternoon was
MJrg. John Edwards,
The next meeting of the club will
be held. at the. home of Mrs, C. FX
Swarts on May 27.