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T! miS DAT. 'BHTTEMllfeTl 7, 1921 - Tlffl SPIUNQFTELD NEWS
TOWN AND VICINITY
Mrs. peborab 'MatlUa Holm, R, P. Mortmneen, accompanied by Mra.
wife of E. W. Holmes, died at Mercy Ann Snyder, arrival last esentnc
hoaplial yesterday at J: 10, The fun- for visit at the Morteneen bom for
rel will be held t Walkar'i thapl tba rest of tha week. Both ara from
Friday at I: SO, conducted by Re. Portland. , ,
A. O. 8tr. Burla) at Leural Mill
crmiiary. ' Fre(' Monlfomery'e naw bona, on
E etreL between 7th and 8th, la no
Tha W. O. W. mta every Tuesday ready for tha Intarlor finishing work.
evening In thalr own horn.
L M. Wallers, who lives on F stre-
hn"wn eih and 7th, la vary alrk. Ha
l In Mrcy hoapltal.
MKT A brass ruler, at tbi Tire
last Saturday. Itaa plea measure on
ona aide and acat on tha other.
rvae return to New officii.
Frnl Rrhomakor, a brother mt Mra.
Tba W, O. W. meeta every Tueadar
evening In their own home.
FIIESII JERSEY MILK
AND CREAM DAILY
T- D. TESTED O0WS
W. F. CUne
It will contain four principal room,
'besides bath room, fuel room and
j Dr. B. Ralph Dlpple, dentist. Spring
Miss I'Mrl Ollibs. daughter of Mr.
. Anna Knoa, died at Los Angeles ona
'day thla week. Her body will arrive
'at Walknr'a chapel this afternoon.
Funeral arrangmeata will ba made
after tha arrival of Mra. Knox, who
waa with her daughter aoma time
before aba died.
Henry A. Vaughn, aon of A. L.
Vaughn, of WallervIIle, died at Mouff
lon, Texas, a few daya ago, from the
'effecta of a gunshot Inflicted by
j Mexican v ho bad a grudge against
him. His body 1II arrive hera Bun
day morning. Tha funeral will ba at
Walker'a chape Tueaday at S p. m
Burial at Mt. Vernon cemetery.
SBCOND growth dry fir wood for
aala cheap, delivered. Address bos
211, Springfield. 87p.
Mlaa Constance Rebhan returned
Tuesday evening from a aerlea of Inquire of Freeland at The Newa of
visits with friends at Salem, Portland Tree.
and other potnre to the northward.
CaHfomla, formerly Mlaa Lillian Mul
ligan, to bare visiting bar parent!.
Mr. and Mra. F. M. Mulligan.
Mra. Piatt end daughter Edna ara!
spending the weak at Newport.
ORDER your tomatoes from Bar
tholomew Gardena. Pbone 49Ff. tfc
Mlaa Grace Male who a pent bar
vacation a bome wltb bar people beret
left for Portland Monday, to be ready j
to raaume her school duties there. I
F. L. Smith, of Klamath Falls, a
brother of Mra. C. Lambert, arrive I j
In 8prlngflld last Sunday for a visit 1
of two or three weka at the Lambert
home. Mra. Smith baa been here far
three wweke or more.
R. r. Smith drove down to Port-1
land Friday with bla three daughters,:
who ara returning to their school;
work. Olive la a teacher In the Port-!
land ecoola, Luclto la teac hing at Llna-j
low and Dorrts la attending school :n
Rev. and Mra. J. T. Moore and Mlaa'
Margaret Morris went to Salem Mon
day, to attend the Methodist annual
conference, which Is In session there
this -week. j
Mrs. Mary Sweet baa recently pur
chased Ibe etore on Hanaen's auto
camp from Frank Scobert, who bad
previously conducted It i
VIII trade Rhode Island Red pullets
for any heavy breed cockerala. Tbese
pullets are about three months old.
Mrs. A. O. Keely, of San
A. E. Bartlett. who bas been laid up
Diego, I at bome for alx weeka by an Injury
Jto 0B" of bla feet, received while at
-work at the Loud factory, la now
able to walk up town.
A DAINTY FACE
Women who re modish
like to use toilet prepara
tions that are exclusive.
A most delightful luxury is
It is of exquisite fineness
and delicate fragrance. Be
sides It Is a practically in
visible and positively free
Packed In handsome boxes
.. that will ornament your
R. O. Masters having disposed
of the Second Avenue garage, -Springfield,
has moved his used'
car business to the Tourist Gar-
age, 837 Pearl St, Eugene, Ore. .-
COMMUNITY CASH STORE
The Store of Quality
We have no special prices for one or two days only.
Every day Is our special day.
Your moirvy will buy juBt as much trne day as another.
You do not have to wait foraspo'clal dy for a special article,
ut a e pedal price. Every day Is a special day at our store.
Yurt for QUALITY and Service
W. M. GREEN, Proprietor
upon at Mercy hospital, last Friday,
for appendicitis. He la about ready
to return bome. .
The W. O. W. meeta every Tuesday
evening In their own bome.
Mr. and Mra. John Winzer.rled visit
ed frlenda in Cottage Grove last Sun
day. Mra. 8. A. Helmer and two daugh
ters, of Portland, visited the latter
part of last week wltb L. C. and Geo.
Mr. and Mra. Henry Slnnar are en
tertalnlng a nephew and" two nieces
of Mr. Slnnar, from Portland, thia
Lela and marie Slnnar will arrive
today from Boise, Idcbo, for a short
vlait with their parents, Mr. and Mra.
Henry Slnnar. They are on their way
to San Francisco.
Try "Splrella" the World's Best
Corset. Orders taken by Mrs. Ida
Larieon. 114 E St Phone 11S-W
Saturday to attend a state conference
of the Christian Endeavor society.
Tbey returned Monday evening.
A Pronounced Success.
The uniform success that haa tttend
ed the use of Cbamberlain'a Colic and
Diarrhoea Remedy in the relief and
cure of bowel complaints, both for
children and adults, baa brought It
into almost universal use, so that it
Is practically without a rival and its
everyone who baa used it knows, it Is
without an equal.
Mr. and Mra. Win. Hancock, of the
MOON & MOON
Successor to Eggimann Bakery
ion tha whole front ao that a new coat
iwlll have to be put on, and erackH
Mr. and Mra. Guy Kirkpatrlck. of a iarge pane In one of the front wm-
Long Beach. California, are vlsltlrg dows. The shrubbery and Tinea srere ; American hotel, apent last Sunday and
at the bome of Mra. Kirkpatrlck a badly acorcbed. ! Monday with friends at Corvallia.
father. A. E. Senaeney. They will I
probably be here until October 1. I Dr. S. Ralph Blpple, dentist. Spring- ORDER your tomatoes from Bar
field, Oregon. ;tbolomew Gardena. Phone 49F4. tfc
Nl'BONE CORSETS. BRASSIERS
Mra. A. True I.unily. In afternoons H,u caCke UP tr0Tn Portland. Rev. J. T. Mocre got bis right hand
657 Jefferson, Eugene. Phone 23 fo- Saturday night, to visit with bia par-'pretty badly gashed by a woods aw
appolr.tmerta or residence calls. ;ent over Labor Day. Ke returned one day last week.
I Monday evening. I
Mr. and Mr. Joseph Munyon, of Lob I Marvin Earl, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Angela, California visited several Fred Leraley, of Portland, came up L. C. Helmer. aged 8 months, died
days during the rant woek wltb Mr. Saturday for Labor Day and for a Thursday evening, August 81, after
and Mra. Wm. Stacy. short vIbM wltb bis mother. Ian illness of a few days, of pneumonia.
I ' 1 ,. . The funeral waa lield at Walker'a
j Rev. Mr. Koch, a converted JeV. Examination for 8th grade pupilt chape, t 2 m Saturday( and wag
(wlll preach at the Bible Standard mis- "o i wider condKlon ha airy of condncted by ReT. x. D Yarnes. The
slon. 7tb and Pearl streets, Eugene, t!llr studies win be held at thecoma burIa, wag at LaUrej uni ' '
at 11 a. m. next Sunday. Prof, Lambert Septemner 7 and 8. i
j ' School win open n Thursday Septem j M-s. M. Fenwlck returned Tuesday
j John Wlnxenreld-a home bas lately 1. evening from a weeVa atay at New-
: received a fresh coat of paint allj port
around. A small porch on the south-! M" nl Mra. Chas Schomaker. of.
west corner bss ben enclosed. Some Roseburg, and Mr. and Mrs ' F. L. Miss Carrie Ditto will teach near
'of the rooms are to be repapered. The'I,ear(J' c HarrlslmrK, were nter- Cushman the coming year. She went
fire a few daya ago blistered tbe.palj ' talned at dinner. Sunday, at the bome down Monday, to make preparations.
of Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Morteasen. Mr. Mi.s Pearl Nelson returned durinn
Schomaker is a brother of Mrs. Mor-lthe latter part of last week from a
f nsen. I two-weeks sojourn at Kltson Springs.
S!t3 is steadily Improving in health
WM. C. HUGHES
FIRC AND AUTO INSURANCE
Successor to John Edwards and
Bellinger V McPberaon Insurance
agencies. Office at
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DR. N. W. EMERY
Sutton Bldg. Phone 20-J
Raaldance Phone 12 W
VV. N. COSSLER
Cleaning and Pressing
Suits to Order v
Main Street Telephone
Between 3rd & 4th 61
D. V. ROOF
FIXE WATCH REPAIRING A
. " SPECIALTY
The Idesl Putative
As a purgative, Chamberlain's Tab
lets are the exact thing required.
Strong enough for the most robust,
j-mlld enough for children. They
cause an agreeable movement of the
j bowels without any of 'that "terrrb'.e
griping. Tbey are easy and pleasant
to take ard agreeable in effect
I love the crispy mornin' air, alKut the hour of five, wheal
the other birds is up to greet the sun. , . . There ain't no
i safer by-law for to keep a man alive, nor holds more satis
faction, when it's done. It don't take no alarm clock to yank
me out of lcd, when the honey-dew is whis
EARLY pfin' out of doors, when the delicate machin-
ery that's inside a feller's head, informs him
IvISINC that it's time to do the chores. , . , (), the
nu-dilerlaik, an' snpsuck, and the sassy little
wren and the oriole, a-swinift' in her tree, has never claimed
the credit of knowin' more than men, but that's the way the
fact appears to lie 1 So, I j; up in the mornin' when the
dawn bepins to peep, afore the other neighbors is aware.
There ain't no insperation in an overplus of sleep, like there
is in breathin' early mornin' air. ... 1 can taste the sperit
in it, tiiat invigorates the soul, lots higher that a "bonded"
liquor can. It produces exultation that is allers ui control,
yet, makes a common plug a superman I . . . When heaven
uncorks her demijohn of carly-mornin' booze, and passes u
laround afore its light, a fel- y
jler's conscience tells him it's yo
ith nnlv 'sort to use. and hs rir
, a fel- y
Mr. J. E. Clirk, of Glendale, Oregon,
visited at the home of Dr. and
Ho rt en sen through last w6ok.
Hs toasted. This
one extra process
gives a delightful
quality that can
not be duplicated
Mrs. J. E. Torbet returned lat week
f.-om a months visit with her parents
at Marshiield. She haa not yut fully
recsvercd frosa the effects of the
operation she sustained last July, but
expects to be able to take up her
school work at the opening of school.
Her sister. Miss Gladys Sprague, re
turned with her, and will remain for a
ORDER your tomfitoes fr?m Bar
tholomew Gardens. Phone 49F4.- tfc
Dr. R. P. Mortwscn and family
visited on Tuesday M the houie of
Thoa Ditkerson, at Maicola. They
met at dinner O. A. Roberta and fam
ily and Mr. Anderson, of M areola.
That day, the 6th, was the birthday
of both Mr. DIckerson and Dr. Morten
sen, who have been fast friends for
many years, and they made a great
celebration of It.
Glen Dyer, of Eugene, waa operated J
iand strength. -
CRDER yoor tcmatoca from Bar
tholomew Gardens. Phone 49F4. tfc
J. J. Bryan Is making extensive Im
provements on bis residence. The
entire rcof is being replaced. The
flooring of most of the house is to be
relaid. The outside of the house is
to be repainted in a different color.
Misses Elsie Weddle and Frances
Travis went to Columbia City, Oregon
A. A. ANDERSON
Friday and Saturday
My Saturday man is A No. 1; try
DR. S. RALPH DIPPEL
Phone 3 ',
Springfield ; ' .
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AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE
The finest dressed people In
Oregon are those In Spring
Because '"' '
RAMSEY, The Tatter
W, F. WALKER
Full Auto Equipment
W. O. W. block
Office phone 62. Res. phone 67-J
Will open my meat market
Saturday, the 9th, in Grayfs
Cash & Carry store, with a
choice line of meats.
FRANK A. DE PUE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Curei
by IocrI applications, as they . cannot
reach tba d.Hcasttd portion of the ear.
Catarrhal Deafness require constitu
tional treatment. HAL.L8 CATARRH
MKLiIClXfc) la a constitutional remedy.
Catarrhal Deafness Is tauaed by an In
flamed condition of the mucous lining of
the Uustovhlan Tube. When this tuba Is
Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or
Imperfect hearing, and when It la entire
ly cloaed l'fiKfnebS the result. Unless
the Inflammation ran ha reduced: your
hearing amy he dentroi'i-ri foraver.
HALL'S CATARRH MKDICINK acts
through tha blood on the mucous sur
faces of tha system, thus reducing tha In
flummaUua aud restoring . normal condi
tions. Circulars free. All Dniggtatg.
P. J. Cheney ft Co., Toledo, Ohio.
teg&l Guarantee Given
N MeaaT a Kniim no naln-cuutinu work."
Aui to so bW-lli riia TraatuiaaU
KCTEL'S DRUG STORE
appetite confirm it that