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About The Springfield news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1916-2006 | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1922)
THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1022
THE 8PIUNGFIELD NEWS
I neighborhood ot - Belkoap . Springs, f.
I Thomas Humphrey baa charga of tha
; a table and garage daring bla absene.
Do yon know that tha Ray battery
li tha only battery with aa uncondi
tional guarantee? Taylor k Ditto, tot
Main. . . .
Dr. 8. Ralph Dfpple, dentist, Spring
TOWN ANQ, VICINITY ;
George Krnts returned, . Monday,
from U Grand, where n haa been
for th past two years or to,
"Th Bagebrusher" li plctor that
will rival anjr Zan Ory plctura. Tha
plrtura waa prodnoed by tha same
producer of Ken Orey'e, and baa
practically lha aama cast Don't (all
to a raal plctura. "Tha Batv
brusher at tha Dell theatre ntit Sat
urday. At tha anioka of tha primary battU
clear away, and lha dad, wounded
and aurvlrora can ba counted and
llntott. tha nama of D. B. Itralt atanda
out aa a Republican nomine for re
preientatlro from Douglaa county.
Mr. IVI hold a poaltlon at tha rash
ler's window In tha First National
bank here for eeverat years, and left
It to taka ctiaria of a bank at Rlddla.
FOR 8AI.E One Maytag gasoiln
washer. A-t condition, food at now.
Just what you want for tha country.
Half prlra and tarmi to right partlec
( all at Newa office.
Ti volunteer inspector on the
job of connecting up tha atraet car
Una at time outnumbered tha force
of paid workman. If a man baa not
a Job that ba can work at himself,
tha nait baat thing la to look on wblla
eome other man la working at hie.
Indeed, with some men In Springfield?
aa well aa other places, that aeema
to b flrat beat
W. O. W. neeta every Toeaday
evening at W. a W. ball. : '
LOST April 8, near atraet car at
tlon, pair Cutter Cruder shoes. S In.
top, tit , horeeeboa heel platea.
Thone Micduff 1441 R or 87S Eugne
for reward. Ito
Tha annual aesslnn of the Southern
Oregon conference of tha Krea MetV
olst rhunh orned at Cottage Grove
yesterday, and will continue over Sun
day. Bishop W. II. Clark, of New
York, preildea. Tha sessions are
held In the M. E. church. Rev. F. L.
Ilaker, field aecreUry of tha women's
Fort'lgn Missionary society, will
preach tha missionary sermon at 3
p. m. Sunday. 1
"The Man Wltb Two Mothers J
Tbera were three women In bla Ufa
bla mother, hla sweetheart bla wC,
they proved too many for tbla Iriah
boy and all wanted blm at once
Mary Aldan tb mother of "Tha Old
Neat" playa tb appealing mother
role. At the Bell theatre neit Sua
O. C. Tburman. tha proprietor ot A light atora building la being put
the atabla at Ibe foot ot Main street, up aoutb of tba mala entrance to
la working on tb highway la the Hansen's auto camp acroaa the rlrer.
GBLlf.lUfJITY CASH; STORE
WHERE CASH BEATS CREDIT. WHY PAY MORET
Large bottle of blueing 15c
Pint bottle of catsup 27c
Large bottle of water glass .- 21c
Malt extract 8&e
W. M. GREEN, Proprietor
THE LEADING CROCER
Telephone 32. v v
. . . ; - . .
ONE DAY ONLY
One regular 35c potted Geranium in bloom, FREE
with every dollar cash purchase.
10 plants is the limit to each.
Last year oar Geranium sale surpassed all expectations- This year
we are limltd to 400 plants, therefore the earlier you come, the better,
the picking wfll be. -
STORE OPENS. PROMPTLY AT 7 A.M;
Stock up on things you need every day and . get these beautiful
potted plants free for Decorations Day, window boxes, etc
Phonographs and Re
cords. Your chance
to get a good machine
make your own
terms fwfthln reason.
for cash. Any record
In Btock for 50 cents
BaJgHSSielleis"-" "T ' '
Stock and. Poultry
f ood In 25 lb. pails
only, at a special price
of 2 per paiL All other .
sizes remaia at the
a shift o
Many an automobile (ails to deliver the
power and speed of which it ia capable,
fails in acceleration and on the hills, be
cause of poor lubrication.
The purpose of lubrication is to reduce
friction. In this connection it must be re
membered that oils have internal or mo
lecular friction. The heavier the oil (the
more this internal friction, which has to
be overcome by and uses up power.
The ideal oil for the automobile is the
thinnest oQ which will kaep the bearing
surfaces separated, and at the same time
offer in Itself the least frictional resistance
to the engine power going to the rear or
Bach ma aUU It haa "oUlneaa," etabulty and trarw
Ity, will give OOTfact lubrication, and permit tba
aevelopmeol of toe maximum power.
gaeolioe mileage of .the car.
Zerotene meete tbeaa oonditlon perfectly.
OiUeu Stability Purity
Zeralene baa great "oOlneea, whUb canaea h lo
cHng lo bearing uriace while offering la taelf a
minimum of frictional realetance lo tba engine
h haa great etabUity, which canaea It to reaiat engine
beat and toform a minlmam of carbon of a euft, Oaky
nator wbicb goea oat with the exhaMt
And it ia pore. ' '
If yoo fodow the Zvolene chart of Correct labri-
carton, yon will deTeiop the maximum powar, apee4
and gaaottoe mileaga of yor car.
STANDARD OO. COMPANY
less raction and wear
tbtu Omtd fabrication
CX)DLINO MOTH 8 PR AT For at the Bell tbeatra next Wednesday,
praying, ae O. L Dean, of phon He waa the peoole'a choice for mayor
Tom Nesblt. who la emr.Ioyod la th
cam pe above Wendllng, baa been bom
tha past week on account of Illness.
He s now much Improved, and ex
pect to return to hla work aoon.
Mrs. W. J. I'engra haa returned
from a abort visit in Corvallia wlht
her son Paul and family.
yet be branded himself aa an ex
cracksman. You'll be thrilled through
a mace of delightful situations.
Miss Florence Armsworthy spent the
week end in Springfield with her cou
sins, the Misses Dora and Myrtle
Harvey. Her home ia at Wasco.
Oregon, but she has been attending
school in Eugene tn past winter.
Let McKlnnla & Bean repair your' T-,or Dltt0 ar th 8o1 d,8tr
furniture. We call and deliver and,bu,0 ,or tha R battery in Lane
a good Job. Phone 118m.
Mrs. O. H. Jarrett spent Tuesday at
and eight other counties.
Mr. M. S. Conley, of
work at the 8. P. depot for a matter
of four or five days this week, to at j
tend the session of the Oregon Grand,
Lodge of Odd Fellows, which la In'
aessioa in Eugene this week, and to
which be is a delegate.
W. O. W. meets evrry
evening at W. O. W. hall.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the County Court of the State ot
Oregon tor Lane County.
In the matter of the estate of
j Ho w a r d S. McGowan, sometimes
Hastings 8Pe,le(' MacGowan, deceased.
acoropanled by Mrs. Ida Larison.
Friday evening, May 26, the Seniors
ot the High school will be entertained
by the Juniors with a reception ana
program. There Is a class ot thiny
one Seniors this year. Graduation
exercises wlll.be held at the Metho
dlst church, Wednesday evening, June
Tom Moor In "Beating the Game"
Mabel vlaltlng with friends. She was Minnesota, is visiting her sister-in-law Notice is hereby given, that, the
Mrs. D. J. Glendennlng. She was a undersigned Has been duly appointed
sister of Mr. Glendennlng. She form- executrix of the estate of Howard S.
. - ., j v. . V MfinAVBIl Clm aH m OO .r.llail llnA
eny uvea in cugeiiu, dui uhs Deen -auu.v..ua m j
bark In Minnesota about 10 years. She Gown, deceased. AH persons having
will spend about two months In Ore- clalma against said estate are hereby
gon, mostly with her two aone, at required to present the eame, with
Corvallis and Portland. , proper voucnera tnerefor, to tht
nndersfgned at the office of Clyde N.
Screens and doors made to mvasure Johnston, In Eugene, Lane County,
and made right McKlnnts & Bean. Oregon, within aix months from the
Oswald Olsen knocked off from
will soon be here
. . .
Get your clothes cleaned up and
pressed for that day
TO D M
is the dayto bring them inor phone
in and we will call for them
Cleaning and Pressing Parlors
I Dated at Eugene, Lane Count),
Oregon, this 12th day of May, A. 1.
McGOWAN, Executrix ot
of Howard "8. McGowan,
spelled MacGowan, da-
Hood River. New
power plant t)
Eugene Basilicas .
SHORTHAND T ; , 5
Invest in a business' educa-.
tlon. It will pay you welL
: A telephone call of a postal
' card brings you our cata
log. Eugene Business College.
A .E Roberts, Pres.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,"
NOTARY PUBLIC '
DR. S. RALPH DIPPEL
. DENTIST,". '
; DR. N. W. EMERY
tuttoa) Bldg. . Phone fto-J
T ' " RIde PttoM 12-W '
aprtngfleUL Oraien v '
" GOSSLER'S , PRESSING
PARLOR" ' '
WALTER N. OO&SLCR,' Pregv
Cleaning, praaelna, Repair tag, Dy
Wit. M at Mocked,' Butts nd
Main Straat SprtngfteM
between Srd ana 4th
BALLINGER 4 McPHERSON
. REAL. ESTATE.
Main and Third :
W. F. WALKER
Full Auto Equipment
W. O. W. block
Office phone 63. Re, phon 7J
A. S- GILLEN WATER
Hectrie and Oxo-Acetylene
welding, Brazing and cutting
192 Blair St, Eugene, Ore.
A. A. ANDERSON
Friday and Saturday
For a fine Suit
perfect fit, go to
RAMSEY, The Tailor
R. L. CROSS,
ROBERT BURNS Lodge, No. .
78, A. M. Ancient and
Accepted Scottish Rlt Uni
versal and Symbolic Pre
Masons meet first and third '
Monday evening m Morri
son's hall Visiting brothers
R W. It.
L. C. HELMER
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