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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1921)
THURSDAY. MAY 20, 1921
THE SrniNGFIELD NEWS
TOWN AND VICINITY
Springfield Tml Service. Phone 2.
A. E. Benseney wn operated on
Tuesday mortilnic at the Mercy hospl
tut for rrII atones. The last reports
are that he waa doing nicely. Mr.
Henseney "had not neon able to work
at hla shop for tha laat threo montha.
Cyr'a sedan Jllney. Ptone 11.
Mr a. E. F. Herbal and daughter, of
Ashland, are visiting thla week at
tha Lome of her brother, M. T. C'yr
and family. Mr. and Mra. N. A. Rowe
were dinner guests at the Cyr homo
Don't you know that you can make
tha moat delightful gems and whole
wheat bread from Jaaper'a breakfast
Iter. H. C. Ethcll la In attendance
WHERE QUALITY AND
Water Klaus, per can.. 19c
IU'd plmlenfoH 16c
I'OHt Toast les,
Kollog'8 Corn Hakes
2 pkgs 25c
The so called
special prices ad
vertised by other
stores are our re
W. ML Green
Develop Your Home State
. ' by
Patronizing Your Railroads
The development of Oregon and Ita Railroad Trana-portatlon service is a matter of importance to you.
A vital factor In the development of Western Oregon la the Southern Pacific Company.-
Did You Know
Southern Taciflc payrolls In Oregon for 1920 amounted to SI 1 f 08375493
Southern Pacific purchases in Oregon for 1920 amounted to S4519888 00
Southern Pacific taxes paid in Oregon for 1920 amounted to "1H0038 86
Southern Paclfio total distribution in Oregon for 1920 amounted to .g 1 6 7 1 3 f 68179
Southern Pacific Is the largest payer of taxes In Western and Southern Oregon. Southern Pacific
taxes average 7 of all taxes paid In every county through which it operates.
To continue tleae payrolls, purchases, taxes, and provide better facilities and convenient, snfe,
rapid and frequent service Is the aim of that Company.
Why not travel on Southern Puclflc trains and do your part to enable that Company to keep pace
with the further development of Oregon.
Reduced Fare Tickets
Summer Vacationists and Tourists
Week-end and Season Back East
T-s i m. Summer Tourist Tickets
Summer Vacation Tickets t0
to Eastern Cities
Seashore and Mountain Resorts T"1 n ,aIa. '
June 1st to August 15th
will be on sale ttrough
May 28th to September 30th CALIFORNIA
.,...,.., In one direction .
Weekend tickets are limited to Monday following FJna Jlmlt fpQm sale dat6i not to
sale date. Season ticket! iermlt stop-overs and exceed October 31, Liberal stopovera and your
return llmlta vary with closing date of reaorta. . choice of routes, n
A new illustrated booklet graphically describing
the different resorts and Including hotel and camp
information. Copy FREE on request. ,. ...
For particulars as to passenger fares, routes, train schedules or sloping car accomodations Inquire of
any Ticket Agent of y ,
SOUTHERN PACIFIC' LINES
JOHN M. SCOTT
General Passenger Agent .
upon the annual session of the Nortt
Pacific District Aaaemhly of tha
Church of the Nawrene, at Seattle.
The session opened Wednesday morn
ing, and rontlnuea over Sunday.
Mr. and Mra. J. C. Ketela, Mr. and
Mra. V. O. Crowrll and John Ketels
pent Wed n end ay up at the McKenzl
They were but a few lapa atead of
iho law and the dlatance rapidly di
minishing. See how the fugitives ea
raped and Justice waa satisfied In
"The Clr! In the Rain." at Dell, Wed
neaday. Dr. 8. Ralph Dlppel, dentist, Sprlag
Mr. and Mra. Walter J. nalVey of
Carleton, Oregon, came up to attend
the wedding of tlejr alater, Mlaa
Marie I'latt. They will be in town a
couple of weeka flatting with frlenda
Oh, boy, but didn't he have tie
hack-scratching fever every back he
raw he thought needed scratching.
At the opera an exposed buck tempted
him, so te scratched and that waa
what started hla happy romance.
Cyr'a sedan Jitney. Prone 11.
Try our aodaa, they are aodallcloua
Alone In a deserted cabin, mllea
from nowhere, they pretended they
were brother and Bister. Hut the
heart would not be deceived. See
"Th Girl In tie Rain." with Anne
Cornwall at the Dell, Wednesday,
Mlsa Joyce Male entertained tho
loaders training daa Tuesday even
ing, at Hie home of Mra. Male. The
rooms were decorated wth Scotch
broom and dials. The evening waa
spent with games and music.
At a late hour refreshments of ice
a At tne v armors Kxcnang.
M Its sure a good food for
U your little chickB.
RONLY $3.49 per 100 lbs.
A POLICY THAT PAYS
STRAIGHTFORWARD DRUG SELLING
It should be obvious to our
customers that we never
misrepresent our goods.
The letter and spirit of
both our advertisements
and verbal statements are
rigidly adhered to.
Those who are not familiar
with drugs and their prices
should derive satisfaction
from the fact that they
can buy here with absolute
assurance of satisfaction.
As we say it is it is.
cream and cake were served. Those
present were: MiBses Maurine Lom
bard. Dora Harvey. Myrtle McBee,
Florence Terwllliger. Gladya Edwarde
Laurel Griffin, Joyce Male and Mrs.
M. M. Male.
' Mra. Olive Ward underwent a
j major operation at the Springfield
hospital Monday morning.
George Klzer and son Roy of As
! torla returned to their home, Sunday
j after a weeka visit at the home of
: his parenta. Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Klzer.
A very pretty wedding waa solemn
ized Saturday evening. May 21. at the
home of Mra. Mary Flatt on south 7th
street when her daughter Marie be-
Chamberlaln'a Tablets are' Mild and
Gentle In Effect
The laxative effect, of Chamber
laln'a Tablets is so mild and gentle
that you can hardly realize that It
has been producjJ by a medicine.
When you need
a third party
Fending final paymenta and
arrangemen t a on contracts
place them in
with us. We will act aa the
third party and hold tie con
tracts jn safety until the fulfill
ment of the provisions stated
came the brjde of Mr. Cory don Barley
The rooma were decorated in a
color scteme of white and green,
snowballs and splrea being used. The
main feature of the decorations was
a large white bell under which the
bridal party stood.
Miss Edna Piatt played Mendels
sohn'a weddine march as the bride
and Jtroom preceded by Miss Blossom
' Green, bridesmaid and Mr. James
Davis, groomsman, entered the living j
iToom and took their places before j
Rev. Gilespie, of Salem, who per- j
formed tre beautiful and Impressive
The bride was very lovely In a dress
of white crepe-de-chene and carried
white rosea. The bridesmaid wore a
dainty organdy frcck with an arm
boquet of pink carnations and wis
teria. Following the ceremony a
dainty luncheon of ice cream cake and
punch was served, after which the
young couple left for tlelr future
home at !!arr!sburg.
Relat'ves and frjends present were:
Mrs. Mary Piatt, mother of the bride;
Mr. Bailey, father of the groom and
two sons. Harry and Samuel; Mr.
and Mrs. W. I Rouse; Mr. and Mrs.
Walter L. Bailey, of Carlton; Mlsa
Kdn:i Piatt, of Mor.mcutb; Mr. and
Mrs. Pratt Holvervn; Mr. and Mrs.
Darla a".d daughter, of Harrlaburg;
Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Moore; Miss Mar
garet Morris; Mr; and Mrs. Spaun and
I daughter; Mrs. Conway; Mrs Green;
I and Miss Blossom Green, of Eugene;
and Mr. James Davis of Harrisburg.
Audra Hack, age 6 years, daughter
j of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Hack of Jasper
I died Saturday morning after several
days sickness with measles and
pneumonia. Funeral services were
held at Mt. Vernon cemetery last
j Sunday afternoon.
j Miss Edna Piatt, of Monmouth, Ore
gon, spent the week end with her
mother and sisters. She cam-e up to
attend the wedding of her sister, Misa
Tl la Is 1 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 wten this rem
edy is given. It haa been used in
many epidemics of whooping cough
with pronounced success. It is safe
and pleasant to take.
Malpa MaM UlUn Wr
Manty. fcaaith mexkm Imf dlC and
certain. H y Btk UwutM, (
UKMt IKU tmmm Otf. Wm.
DR. EUGENE K ESTER
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone 82
Home Phone HI
Of rice Hours:
11 to 12 A. M. 1:30 to S P. M.
DR. W. H. POLLARD
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Phones: Office 20-J; Ree. 20-M
9 a. m. to 12 m. 1:30 p. m. to 6 p. ra.
DR. S. RALPH DIPPEL
DR. N. W. EMERY
Sutton Bldg, Phona 20-J
Reaidence Phone 129-W
FRED G. LEMLEY Prop'r.
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing, Dye
ing, Hats blocked, Suite made to
Main 8treet 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 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
W. F. WALKER
Full Auto Equipment
W. O. W. block
Office phone 62. Red. phone 67J
For a fine Suit and a
perfect fit go to
RAMSEY, The Tailor
ROBERT BURNS Lodge, No.
78, A. M. F., Ancient and
Accepted Scottish Rite Unt
versar and Symbolic Free
Masons meets first and third
Monday evening In Morri
son's halL Visiting brothers
F. L. Snodgraes,
W M. Green,
R W. M.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine
Those who are In a "run 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 kcul disease, it Is
greatly Influenced by constitutional
conditions. HALL'S CATARRH
MEDICINE Is a Tonic and Blood Puri
fier, and acts through the blood upon
the niacous surfaces of the body, thus
reducing the Inflammation and restor
ing normal conditions.
All druggists. Circulars free.
F. J. Cheaey & Co, Toledo, Ohio.
Miss Edna Swarts.
The guest for the afternoon was
Mrs. John Edwards.
The next meeting of the club will
be hld at the home of Mrs. C. XL
Swarts on May 27.