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colors at '
15 and 25c
, '- .Ladles Chamositte and Whlto
' Cloves elbow length, especially
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i - ' A complete assortment of Jack
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.. Ladies gingham dresses, neatly ; .
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A complete assortment of chiid
'7 .rens wash dresses
just received a complete lino of
Petticoats, assorted colors.
" ' We invite you to call and look
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.summer, we have them in Shad
ow Striped Voiles, Flaxons,
Crepe Voiles, Tango Crepes,
Plain Rice Cloth, and Figured
Palm Beach Rice Cloth.
W.C. T. U. COLUMN.
. A good many fire words are
spent by a certain class of speak
ers and writers in expatiating
upon trouble as a cause of the
drink habit. There are, unques-
liquor has run mad more than
Wise Idaho '
By enacting a statutory pro
hibition law to become effective
January 1, 1916, the legislature
tibnably, unhappy persons who of Idaho checkmates any move
seek to drown grief in a sea of on tne part or the liquor Inter
drink, but it may be seriously ests of Washington and Oregon
questioned if any considerable1 to transfer themselves and their
proportion of them were abstain- wares across the border Into
ers to begin with, that is, when that state after January 1. The
the trouble befell them. (constitutional amendment will
As a . rule,, the trouble drinker be voted upon in November,
is not made out of whole cloth; 1916, but Idaho does not propose
he is already a patchwork of . to be the dumping ground, even
habits, so that when troublepf .temporarily, for saloons driven
some land befalls him it isim- out of neighboring states. The
ply a question of seeking further governor, Moses Alexander, a
solace in drink.
Jew, is an ardent prohibitionist
Lambert, in the study of 246 and recommended both the con
alcoholic patients, reported only stitutional and the statutory
7 per cent as having formed their measures.
drinking habits because of
his left hand severely thlt morn
ing when chopping wood, '
The Modern Woodmen of, Am
orlca will glVo a dance at tholr
hall Saturday evening. The
samo order la planning also to
give a benefit ihmco on April 17
for Ed Savago, whoso wife Is
very sick. ,
Mrs, C. P, Webb of Portland
Is vlstlng her sister, Mrs. Walter
Price, for a couplo of weeks.
Coburg Items r
Coburg, Ore., Mar. 3i.sL.Mr.
and Mrs. Itlloy StiodgrasV little
daughter has been very sick with
pneumonia In Portland. ,..:
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Wassani
visited tho homo folks Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Coleman
were in Eugeno Saturday:
Mr, and Mrs. Mnstorsort are
visiting Mrs. Mastersou'a sister,
Mrs. Alllo Smith, and family.
Herbert cox and wife of
Springfield spent Sunday with
Mrs. Cox' parents In Coburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hcaly wero
In Coburg over Sunday.
Jack Itonnlngor -was Mn Co
(Continued from raga 1.) -
That was a record. Wo wont up
the Snake river from Celllo with
367 passengers. It was tho year
after the mines wore discovered,
and the boat, the Tenlno, was!
loaded every trip. On that one
trip we made $11,000 from pas
sengers alone. That year we
made one trip a week, and we
averaged $16,000 a trip. Wo
charged $95 a ton for freight
from Celllo to Lewlston. In
1865 we collected $84 a ton from
Pni41nnH in Tim Ttnllna flilo
was tho year tho government "venty-nvo or imrty years,
was putting in its barracks." Of tho various wood prcservn-
Captaln Raughman has been tives In. general use, a good
retired for 10 years. He will be .grade of coal-tar creosote has
82 years of age in May, and ho 'proven very satisfactory. Ex
savs he Is a cood mmi vet He inerlments havo shown that it
Fadoral Forest Service at Work
on Serios of Tests Some
Methods of Applying Creosote
Tho District Forester at Port
land, Oregon, uuouncus that tho
Forest Sorvlco Is conducting, at
its laboratory at Madison, Wis
consin, in co-opcratlon with tho
University of Wisconsin, a study
in tho preservative treatment of
wood staves used In tho con
struction of farm silos. While
tho study will not bo concluded
for a number of years, somo In
teresting data have already been
It may be somowhal surpris
ing to tho general public to know
that the amount of lumber, all
high grade, used In the construc
tion of silos in 15)13 lms been es
timated at about 100,000,000 ft.
II. M. A good silo may bo niado
of any ono of a number of mater
ials, but no matter what class
of material Is used, tho success
of the silo doponds very largely
upon proper caro. In tho use of
wood, tho desirability of preser
vative treatment is becoming
generally recognized. In fact,
some ninnufncturcrs are already
treating all of their silo material,
and It Is now possible to pur
chase silos treated and ready to
sot up. Enough Is known of tho
results of treatment of other
forms of lumber to be ablo to
predict that a good treatment of
coal-tar creosote will prolong
tho life of a silo for at least
says he built tho boat which he
ran to Eugene himselfl'- Atthat
time there, were no railroads in
"I always kept ahead of tho
railroad. I can't do It any more,
but I've got a son, Harry Baugh
raan, who is keeping ahead of
the railroad just as I used to do.
He Is running a boat on the Yu
kon. My other son is running
the boat Astotin for the govern
The Willamette, says Captain
Baughman, is different ,thaff it
used to be, In that the high
has little or no offort upon tho
silage. Foilr methods of treat
ment are in ordinary use; nnmc
ly, pressure, open tank, dipping,
and brush treatment. In tho
pressure treatment, the wood is
placed in a steel cylinder and tho
oil forced into it at high pres
sure. Although this is the best
method, It is tho most expensive,
as special apparatus is required.
In the open tank method, the
wood is first heated to and held
at a temperature of 180 to 220
degrees F for an hour of two,
and then immersed in a cold oil
water does not stay up the way .bath until sufficient oil is absorb
trouble. By far the majority of
them came to the alcoholic ward
at Bellevue over the society
But?' for those who honestly
try to dull o.r forget their
troubles in drink there Is a word
of warning as to the fruitless
.ness of their cause. "Are misery
and sorrow really lessened ' by
the forgetfulness that alcohol
causes Are the evil and trouble
1 A Message of Appreciation.
! The following letter has been
sent to the Czar by the president
of the National Woman's Christ
ian Temperance Union: '
To His Majesty the Czar of
It is my high privilege on be
half of four hundred thousand
women, members of the Nation
al -Woman's Christian Temper-
less?" asks Dr. W. Pfaff in his ance Union of the United States,
monograph on some practical : to extend to your majesty In
it used to. This he credits to
the cutting down of the forests,
and the more rapid run-off of
the water. Guard. i
J. O. Holt, of Growers' Associa
tion, Completes !n3pectiohnaf
Orsharcis; Apples Light. ;'
good In the United States of with a rush last week, he says.
America and will prove an incal
culable blessing to the whole
With great respect
ANNA A. GORDON.
aspects of the alcohol question. ! abolishing the liquor traffic in
And this answer is an emphatic ; Russia.
"Nn." still wnrsp. thp pImhipss I This act of your majesty is
of understanding and steadfast-! exerting a mighty influence for t back the tods which came out
ness or cnaracter neeciea to meet
the difficulties of the situation
suffer loss. From drink to drink,
the danger Increases till under
the combined influence of misery
and alcohol, the man's ability
and character will be impaired
so that he will become a true
victim of alcohol. Drink is no
real trouble chaser as explained
by Cora F. Stoddard in the above
and thinking people know that it
JU so. Drinking to overcome
trouble is but adding fuel to a
flame and when the poor deluded
man does become conscious
there is the same old trouble
staring him in the face and he
has less strength of mind and
body to combat it, or bear up
oiuder It, and besides he is start
ing a new trouble for himself,
which stands a good chance of,
by far overshadowing the
trouhle he is now trying to
drown in drink. But then if a
man wants to drink he will find
an excuse of somekind.
A Philadelphia youth, vrather
than take a dare, drank a quart
qt whiskey; another excuse.
., Whiskey is this country's most
promising foolkiller, only it
doesn't kill them all, not as quick
as it did him at any rate, and
then It makes fools also and uses
our best boys and.girls to make
ihem out of "Prohibition Run
' $iad".says a headline Well,4red?i
ed. In the dipping treatment tho
wood is usually immersed in hot
oil for form five to fifteen min
utes. Tho simplest and cheap
est treatment is the brush treat
ment, but it is the least effective.
The oil is heated to 180 to 220
j degrees F and applied with a
brush or flooded over the woou.
As Indicated above, tho pres
sure method Is the most, expen
sive, and it is used only by man-
fufacturers who have n largo
apples, all Lane county fruit i8 amount of timber to treat The
r.xLtJrr f tn firot inoB ci.nno i farmer who wishes to treat his
according to J. O. Holt, manager jown wood for his silo, nmy use
of the Eugene Fruit Growers' as- u" ," u,c
nvlntlnn wVio flnrlno- thr nnat I OU8. A ClOSe
three days has made a general
throughout the country about However an Umato based on a
Eugene. So far this spring Uici"AT -weather
has been deal for fruit, luJMg SrtMSrSt
and the present rains are having
ww u-ww -"C7
Why Go Away?
From homo to buy your now car or your auto supplies If
you can got as mitch or moro for your money right horo at
Boforo you buy a car, call on uh and wo will show you.
Tho samo on auto supplies. Spark pluga that havo al
ways oold at $1.00 each, wo soil at ROo. $1.50 Ammeters
now $1.00. Good jacks at $1.2G, Gasoline now 15a.
Loo, Rapublla and Flak tires In stock, but wo will got you
any tiro you wish on short notice
STOP AT THE
Main Street, Between Fourth and Fifth
ping process absorbs more oil
timn tho brush treat mom, ami
thus costs slightly moro (ban
tho brush treatment,
Accordtnir to tho latest ronorts
of tho Department of Agricul
turo, there has been a marked
lncrenso, during tho past year,
in tiio numbers ana vniuo or
every class or uvo stooic on
farms and ranges In tho United
States. The valuo of this llvo
stock Is now estimated at $S,
9G9,253,000, an lncrenso of $78,-
021,000 over tho valuation of a
For Sale, Rent, Wanted, Etc.
WANTED Boardors and room
ers at tho Elite Hotel.
FOUND At Reapers hall, an
umbrella. Owner inny havo
samo by paying for this no
FOR SALE Eggs from fancy
bred Partridge Wyandotta
'$1.00 per 15 at tho house, Gth
and D streets Springfield, Ore.
Phone 108 R W. L. Dunlnp.
Froo Mothodiat Church.
Sabbath School at 10 a. m.
Preaching sorvlcca at 11 a.m.
Evening Services 7:30 p. m.
qhlldron's meeting at 3 p. m.
Midweek prayer mooting on
Thursday at 7:30 p. m,
A cordial Invitation Is extend
ed to all.
F. W. OLIVER.
Churoh of Chrret.
DIblo School, 9:15 a. m.', com
munion and sermon at 11 a. m.,
Christian Endeavor at 0:30 p.
m., song sorvlco and sermon nt
7:30 p. m., prayor meeting every
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.
E. C. WIGMORE,
Sunday Sabbath school at
10 a. in.; preaching sorvlco at
11 a. m.;D. Y. P. U. at 0:30 p. m.
Preaching sorvlco at 7:30 p. m.
Wednesday, Prayor mcetiug at
7:30 p. m. Thursday, Choir re
hearsal at 8 p. m.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Dopartinont of tho Interior
U. S. Land Ofllco at llosoburff, Ore
gon, March 3, 1015.
Notice Is horohy Klvon that Coy Els.
ton, of VlUn, Oregon, who, on April
VtCtVt QAT.ir1 17-ft nnw linn P1"' ""i "IttUB UOinOBloaU ttlUry,
Call at Springfield Planing Tp. ic S.n 3 E, and of NK of)
Mill or Phono 130W3. fltf. ISoctlon 3, Townahlp 17 S, IlanRo 3 K,.
- WllhunoUo Meridian, has Mod notlco
ROOM HOUSE and lot for or Intontlon to make Final Throo year
sale or rent. Modern conven- Proof, to establish claim to tho land
lot 1 t",rv Pnll nr Rbovo '8CrUCd, boforo 8tncy M. nu.
iences. Easy terms. Cnll at ;BOlt clork ot Lano county, at his omco
News Office nt Kugono, Oregon, on tho ICth day of
R. O. A. hall for rent. Well von-! Claimant nnmo as witnesses:
tllatcd and lighted, Clean and 'Prank n. Mason, of Vida, Oregon,
warm. Kitchen and dining Lnf"'f Y,H,?re,?Ln'
able. Apply to Fred Watko,
Gilbert Davis or W. A. Hall.
Uollo Jolly, of Vldn, Oregon,
J. M. Ul'TON
intiv nnn nf iht ntlior flirpn ninth.
estimate of tne
cost is difficult to make, as there
are numerous variable factors.
Marcola, Ore., Mar. 31. Spe
cial to The News. Mrs. F. W.
Titus is confined to her bed with
an attack of the grip.
Misses Elma Dickert and Pearl
Smith, who are attending the
state normal school at Mon
mouth, arrived home this after
noon for the Easter vacation.
Mrs. N. A. Baker has been ill
for a few days.
F. M. Mason expects to close
his photograph studio here by
the middle of April and move to
Mrs, Ed Savage is very low.
Walter Price, F. E. Maple and
Henry Fischer were in Eugene
today as witnesses in the Carter
The Five Hundred Club hejd
its regular meeting this after
noon at the home of Mrs, Earl
Mrs. R. L, Morris has been
sick for the past few day3,
Mrs;. "J. S. Churchill went to
Eugeno this afternoon.
""yValterJMce ut'-ihe back of
The late spring, and the present
rain are having the tendency to
reduce the hazard of frosts.
"All the trees are breaklng'in
to bloom In good shape except,
perhaps the apples. These are
not yet in bloom, but the buds
are showing up and I can ob
serve a shortage. Last year was
a heavy apple year, and this will
naturally be lighter. t-if
Cherries and prunes are
breaking out especially strong
all over tne county, anu asraru
as the crops go conditions are
all right." ; v:
FOR col NOT bo
Nine hundred coyote pelts
, III .1 i i, T 1 '
were suomuteu iu uie juiucoiir
County (Wyoming) Woolgrq"w
ers' Association, at its recent
meeting for the bounty of $2,50,
apiece, offered by the Assocla-i
An association has just b'peh
formed by stockmen locatedin
and around the Crater National
Forest in southern Oregon. This
organization, known as the.
South Butte Cattle and Horse
Association, has been ofilcjaflyi
recognized by tho district idfp.
ester, and has for its main object
the economical and beneficial
handling of the stock and range,!
within the National Forest, ?W
tank method, $12 for the brush
treatment and $14.40 for giving
the butts of the staves an open
tank treatment and the remaind
er a brush treatment. The din-
Corner Second and B streets
James T. Moore, pastor, phone
117-W. For next Sunday: 10
A. M. Sunday school.
11:00 a. m. Preaching service.
2. P. M, Junior League Miss
G:30 Epworth League. Get In
early to Insure a seat.
7:30 Evening Sermon and
2J30 Wednesday Eadies' Aid.
Thursday; 7:30 p. m,, Midweek
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Dopartinont of tho Interior,
U. B. Land Ofllco nt Hosoburg, Ore
gon, March 1!, 101G.
Notlco 1b hereby given that dcorgo
William Foster, ot Vhla, Oregon, who,
on October 10, 1011, umdo Homestead
Entry, Serial No, 07G94, for the WVj
of NWU nnd NW',4 of SWtf of Sec.
Hon 20, Township 10 South, Itnngo 2,
Kant, nnd on March -i, 191-i, niado Ad
ditional Homestead Entry, Sorlal No.
033S0 for tho NE4 of NW'4 of Section
20, Township 10 8, Kongo 2 13 WJ1
latnotto Meridian, litis filed notlco ot
Intontlon to make Final Throo-yoor
Proof, to establish claim to tho land
nbovo doscrlbod, boforo I. P. Howltt,
U. S. Commissioner, nt his ofllco nt
Eugouo, Oregon, on tho 14th day of
Claimant nnmoti as witnesses
Luvorn'Chllson, ot Vldn, Oregon.
Uonjumln Mlnnoy, of Vlda, Orogon.
Krnlik Mlnnoy, of Vldn, Orogon.
William Foster, ot Vldn, Oregon.
J. M, UPTON.
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their cost over and ovof again in the colds', sore throats and other ailments
they prevent. ) -J
For Fall and Spring Heating they aro idoal. Useful during tho colder months
for auxiliary purposo3to help out the regular stovos or fumacosto wa'm
rooms quickly in tho morning. . , .
Sob them at tho Gas offico, 957 Willamette Street, or Fellman-Nbwland Co.,
625-4? Willamotto Street, Eugene. , '
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