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The Springfield Echo, 1899

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$1seo The News, London, Ont, FOR SALE, f Good Top Buygy, nearly} new, also set single harness, Robe, Rugs, and Oil Cloth. Apply at | The EchoOffice. 25oe will pay for a Stray Animal Advt. in the ECHO. Btn ie,Horsemenet Haas SES aaa ‘ Ee Attention ! AT THE Echo Office SPRINGFIELD , arpa mE. ECHO Office, SPRINGFIELD. « �4 Z i “RIOTING. IN LONDON. & Company From the Roysl Cansdisn ‘Regiment Called Ont on Saterday Night Revolvers Ueod—Several Care Wireted —Beveral Persons Ons, J aly ttHU ifai l t ti 2} f
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The Springfield Echo Newspaper issues: June 16, 23, 30, July 7, 14, August 4, 11, September 8, 1899, digitized from SP-EC-002. Contains a mix of articles and advertisements with images to illustrate ads.
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The Springfield Echo, 1900

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Echo. ‘VOLUME Ti, Ne, Ht _ DR. RW. SHAW. SS ‘Office and resvdence in Springfield Dreg) ee es M. BAKER, M. D. Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Marshall Block. Money to loan. Ayiuen, ONT. Joba Cawford. ) Cranford B.A, ALE. HAINES, Public Conveyancers, etc. Office, | j, ” FALL WHERE THEY MAY. ‘ri, 1900. ‘Wo. 7, BUGGIN, Pablisher— Auction Sale bills printed cheap; at the Echo office. Full arrange- ments €an be made at the Echo! office as to dates of sales, etc Work donc with neatness and ‘Mrs. R. E
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The Springfield Echo Newspaper issues: February 23, March 2, 23, 1900, digitized from SP-EC-002. Contains a mix of articles and advertisements with images to illustrate ads.
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The Springfield Echo, 1901

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Rien age B: FERGUSON, Photographer, 865 Talbot Street, Sr. Tomas. BB Gages in price will ies le of "Good Beting Fotatots i The Corner Store, Springfield. -D.W. HENRY ed Anclioncer, HAGEN, ONT. nents fo pr Fi a &e., for ait can be made atthe ECHO ‘ef the year for $0 cents. aWolics te bereby: given su af bbe made eet hold who get thelr a. B, LANDSAT ‘The Echo from now till the end Knox. 1s eee nar yk who wished to secur: some favor from him; ~The sand glass and brie ‘tick from’ his pulpit are also
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The Springfield Echo Newspaper issues: August 16, September 6, 1901, digitized from SP-EC-002. Contains a mix of articles and advertisements with images to illustrate ads.
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The Springfield Echo, 1902

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Springfel on the tgth day of December in cach year. ‘3 That it shail be lawful for the Reeve and Treasurer of the sail Village of Springfield and they are powered xperienced wood worker in con nection, ‘authorized and em) to sign and twue the said dcben- | tures hereby aulhor-zed to be issticd oe ‘sign the interest coupons hereto attached and the Clerk of ie held Village of Springfield is hereby authorized and required: to attach the seal of the said Corpor- ation to the said debentures, 4 There shalt be
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The Springfield Echo Newspaper issue for May 30, 1902, digitized from SP-EC-002. Contains a mix of articles and advertisements with images to illustrate ads.
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The Springfield Echo, 1903

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( eae RS Mac Hoover, iday ant of Orilia and Miss|" BXCELUENT SRNVICE when Mr. FS.—11W. Nigh, = our schoo! re ccerioualy For that next Job of Printing go to “The Treas Geo Nigh, Hogs to me. Springfield Echo.” Now type faces, new ‘ Warehouse near M.CR, staticn. machinery, ete., will enable us to please Springfield, Ont. Chap—W. J} Kilpatrick ¢on Monday moming. orien oe ma i. Eaday. §.W.—Mr Leeson, ‘Wedding bells are soon to ting SM MTT pitriet Pome Ageet, Torwnte the village y J.We—Mr Wilkinson, in
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The Springfield Echo Newspaper issues: January 9, July 31, 1903, digitized from SP-EC-002. Contains a mix of articles and advertisements with images to illustrate ads.
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The Springfield Echo, 1904

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citizen of Springfield for the past three years moves to- day to Brownsville to take charge of Mr, Fulton's farm. Both Me. and Mra, Carruthers will Li much Dies H Revie eave ssi ae husband fecm her sister and hee ut ‘tnd Mrs Poole of Algonac, Mich., * get week, Miss Gwinne Atkins is spending afew days at home. ‘Tout. A-long black teather clowd, Finder will Plone leave at the Echo office Found~—On Sunday, Oct. oth Byyey cape, ete, Owner to prove property and pay for this advt. En quire at the Echo Figction
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The Springfield Echo Newspaper issue for October 21, 1904, digitized from SP-EC-002. Contains a mix of articles and advertisements with images to illustrate ads.
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The Springfield Echo, 1907

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and we make the above which will cover more ground ’s work. Our endeavor is to offer ‘any better or as good, we want jingwvasan umque one and many} costumes pleasantly entertained. ‘The gather- | Speech spent Senday with bis mother, For Sale—Newspapers at Echo ‘Don’t forget to read A. A. Cldnas) sina SLACK === No. 90 Frame residence on ‘Superior st north of station for or torent. ‘Frame modious store and ‘Splendid ‘hotel oe McIntosh: st for sale or to rent < ‘No © * For sale or to rent, residence
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The Springfield Echo Newspaper issues: April 19, December 18, 1907, digitized from SP-EC-002. Contains a mix of articles and advertisements with images to illustrate ads.
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The Springfield Echo, 1909

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__The best file out for touching up the sections when they get dull. % W HENRY S SPRINGFIELD, ‘ONT. Mra. “J. E. Lindsay spent - is St. Thomas. ‘LOCAL HAPPENINGS# Moore is: visiting for with . friends Mc. T. Rockey left oa Carl Strachan is spendiog with ot with relatives in St Miss Nettie’ Brow, of ‘wader for'a couple of to. “Stanley, Friday, T. Hall took in the to Niagara Falls yesterday in Tulsonburg on business Lest. Echo trom now till the end Year to new Miss Rosie Linday who’ with appendicitis nicely
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The Springfield Echo Newspaper issues: July 22, August 5, 12, 19, September 2, 1909, digitized from SP-EC-002. Contains a mix of articles and advertisements with images to illustrate ads.
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The Springfield Echo, 1911

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Locke of Bel- ‘Were guests ol iriends at ‘Patt Everybody readsthe Springfield 1, . Feb. 24 the mother died dur] echo, © {ing another operation, and ‘three ays later came the ‘death of the’ Fi and Children. The Ried You Hare Always Bought *ATRICK’S — Corner Store.| mnt. Ley/Sitic Weekly Markets Wheat hew. 76 to 77 32 to 34 35 650 cc 20 16. Te ae aa For treasurers of small clubs or societies there is ‘Detter. of GEO. STEWART _ SPRINGFIELD, ONT. ‘Breather siso at Sybeer, Tikeom Gatmne bes ees aameneseconanenie
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The Springfield Echo Newspaper issues: May 4, 25, June 1, 15, August 3, November 9, 1911, digitized from SP-EC-002. Contains a mix of articles and advertisements with images to illustrate ads.
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The Springfield Echo, 1915

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cinlasar ak ee a en Miss May McTaggart on Tuct | johnson’s, \ {day evening last: An enjoyable) xtrq A, Courtney of Mooretown | f is visiting her mother, Mrs. A.|{9 7| Save money when, Mins Pierce of Tillonbure isthe you subscribe for oth ee ee ee The Echo office ern _"Hav ass wih Us ~ ; Reenter eed are all new fruit Lstrictly ; clase. mer hg rl oft a. a ae Roods that ae vae'ourscives. No infevar oe Valenclss Raisins. 13ctb. 2fuec25e Seeded Raisins, 13¢, 2 tbe for 25¢ . ‘Theinpson’s Scediess: Raisins
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The Springfield Echo Newspaper issues: December 16 and 23, 1915, digitized from SP-EC-002. Contains a mix of articles and advertisements with images to illustrate ads.
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The Springfield Echo, 1916

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Doll Cabs, Rockers, etc. eee ee ore = 3 : percentages are in the Echo 5 _/% JOHN PALMER & SON Offer iow . n RVLMER, ON 4 it. and Mrs J! Atkin and 5 2 Licensed Funeral Directors aod Embalmerg. Jack of Baffalo and Me H. Clunas nie > Bell Phone, Store & Residence 93- of Hamilton spent the holiday with) | Rural Phone,Store and Residece, a Mr. and Mrs. Grorge Clunas. eee on s Six names go on the ballot for E coucillors in Springfield viz: C’Roc- ey A. Barons A. Berdan P. S. a Newell N. Spring W. Charlton
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The Springfield Echo Newspaper issue for December 28, 1916, digitized from SP-EC-002. Contains a mix of articles and advertisements with images to illustrate ads.
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The Springfield Echo, 1934

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iil L ven d : . b HST tills 7 Fi i l i eh, a a at ve at i a au e e ‘| ni nl Lad a can iz 4 ad He aa feed Pe B A ea a A it ae see UE [de | thas gap Sevbabekee tts: ile silliiee t itis a Ha p l a g e vi i Hi es itl ii Hea aadiliitaal i oe tin zat �> ECHO QO: Lt | FI cai ING �DIXIE PLUG SMOKING TOBACCO HOLDS FALSE TEETH AS CEMENT BABY S OWN TABLETS Ideas Wanted Artists and Authors, Amat- eur or Professional are invit- ed to send us saleable Sket- ches, Illustrations; Designs, Short Stories and Articles
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The Springfield Echo Newspaper issues: August 16, 30, undated, 1934, digitized from SP-EC-002. Contains a mix of articles and advertisements with images to illustrate ads.
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The Springfield Echo, 1961

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ae THE SPRINGFIELD ECHO Thursday, June 15, 1961 Thursday, Junc 15, 1961 THE SPRINGFIELD ECHO Page4 - eppiIne Baptist Church '| sPHOLSTERY SHOP realise such a flourishing ‘busi- Th SPRINGFIELD ECHO NEWS WANTED pie ar thcat ROSS-SHAW |2rowme wn trons. [acs wo p‘en thet. ix NEWS ITEMS ‘We have been alittle remiss! ‘The Springfield Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Berry of |Co, ’ Beales HURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1961 = ntying fll how tot ni ‘elding "lens ce FUNERAL HOME) sors ives Turiture ond/cxr| SS SPRINGFIELD ECHO Thursday
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The Springfield Echo Newspaper issues: June 8, 15, 22, 29, July 20, August 24, 31, September 7, 21, 28, October 5, 19, November 2, 16, 23, 30, December 7, 14, 21, 28, 1961, digitized from SP-EC-002. Contains a mix of articles and advertisements with images to illustrate ads.
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The Springfield Echo, 1962

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drains, legen fill and levelling included, if desired. Springfield and area residents, sec our alvertisement on Page Nine of the Yellow Pages, Boughner’s Builders’ Supplies Springfield Phone 55-W Phone 63 Give Us a Call for Prompt Service Springfield ++ ‘ �Page 2 ‘THE SPRINGFIELD ECHO K SPRINGFIELD ECHO: SATURDAY, APRIL 28th, 1962 THE SPRINGFIELD ECHO published every ,by the Spring Phone 100-W. Béitor and Publisher, C. L. Searcy, Springfield, Ontario. | Mra»George Lindsay, of Albion New York has
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The Springfield Echo Newspaper issues: March 3, 10, 17, April 21, 28, May 5, 12, 19, 26, 1962, digitized from SP-EC-002. Contains a mix of articles and advertisements with images to illustrate ads.
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"The Springfield Star 1895; Springfield Post 1903; Springfield Argus 1885; Springfield Echo 1898-1962"

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'The Springfield Echo'

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The Springfield Echo see W. Powell Publisher E. W. Johnston Springfield
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Springfield Echo

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The Springfield Echo
June 8, 1961 (Vol. 1 No. 1)-May 26, 1962 (Vol. 1 No. 51)
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"Springfield Echo 1961-1962 (incomplete); St. Thomas Evening Journal, August 29, 1896; Voters List, Ingersoll 1874; London Free Press, February 12, 1880"

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Springfield Echo includes the following issues: June 8, October 5-November 2, November 30, December 7, 21, 28, 1961, January 12-February 24, March 10-May 12, May 26, 1962.
St. Thomas Evening Journal: August 29, 1896, Special Industrial and historical edition relating to the visit of the Governor General and his lady to Dutton, Ontario.
Town of Ingersoll: Oxford County, Ontario, Voter's List, 1874
London Free Press: Weekly Edition, February 12, 1880, Relates the Donnelly Massacre of February 4, 1880.
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Aylmer Express, 1917

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owned by Herb Crossett, Springfield W444 Bunger Brook, owned by Ben Moore, Springfield Gypsy, Maid, owned by Wilcox, Springfield . 6 6 6 Austin Winter, Springfield, strat- er, and Draper Belmont, judges.: The Horse Show Prizes for the best horses in their respective classes were as follows: Heavy Draft Horses—3 year olds— J. G. Smith, Belmont, 2 year olds— Jas. McCallum, Kingsmilk 1 year olds—J. A. Bigham, Dereham. Brood mares—J. A. Bigham and J. Smith, Belmont. Foal 1917 —J. E. Bigham. Span—Van
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Aylmer Express Newspaper issues, 1917, digitized from A-EX-012. Contains a mix of articles and advertisements with images to illustrate ads.
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Dutton Advance, 1917

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order to bolster up the’ waning faith of the German people, is bat another.» scrap. of paper.”’ “The New York Times, one of most infinential-newspapers in the United States, says: Canada has a It was a great good fortune for her that the taking of Vimy Ridge,for which the » Allies had poured out so mach of their blood, fell in the long ran to her. April 9, 1917,-will be in- Can- adu’s history one of the great days, aday of glory to furnish inspira- tion to her sons for generations: -Her new Willy ‘salutes
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Dutton Enterprise
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Dutton Advance Newspaper issues, 1917, digitized from D-AD-009. Contains a mix of articles and advertisements with images to illustrate ads.
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