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Mainly For the Farmers.
GARDENING IS TAKEN UP
INTERESTED THAN EVER
R. B. Coglon, County Agricul
turist, Will Address Parents
and Teachers on Subject.
Public sciiooi garaening nas'that would bo mogt i10lpftil and
already begun and the children ; the wny8 mul monng of making
engaged in the work are taking jita work erfecttve. While this
more interest tn It than ever be-for intelligent, enthusias
fore, according to the school Uc, and self-sacrificing lcadcr
' authorities. !BhJ,, it is Uest that this be fur-
: "The work is being carted on nslied locallyt organizations
sorously' said Superintendent necd outsltlo nfltico but
C I. Collins, of the Lugene pub- u . shouUi not bo promoted by
lie schools. "I think the children outslders. The farmer's ad
are interested more Uian oyer In , vancQ must come ag th0 rcsult
the work this spring. At the of h!a own eIf0rt8; his progress
Patterson, Central and Lincoln !must dovelon froln wUhln rather
schools they have plots on or than from wlthout. The organ
xicar the school grounds and the iiatlou tlmt is glven hIm ls oT
pupils of the Oey on? Cou1don;far loss value to him than the
schools have Individual gardens ;on0 wMch ho hlmBelf creates.
a onMf -r. i .In the matter of securing advice'
The Geary Patron-Teachers' i iD nMii .tc J
association met at the school , pUcaUon t0 thc agricultural col
building at which time school . or m& r Govermncnt
gardening was the main topic officitll ln askIng for this ad-
uj. uiuss.m.. x,. vv,fe.v., yrce, a f uH statbment of tuo Iocal
county agriculturist, was there ,f,,ot,r, c1,,,i,i un i,.fi,
to address the teachers and pat-jtrit o be lncludedi num.
ber of farmers interested, class
and amount of work to be un
dertaken, previous co-operative
experience, and any other local
features that will give a definite
idea of the problems that must
be met in outlining a plan of or
ganization for the betterment
of the community.
cnnlsicd interest and activity
than through individual effort
nlonc. It Is folly to oxpoct that
more organization, as such, will
achieve n Klvon object, unless
the farmers organize in the
right way and equip their or
ganization so mat it will carry
on its work emcienuy. Having
decided that an associated effort
is warranted by the needs of the
community, a study should be
made of the kind of organization
Clans and specifications for tho
enefit o those, who deire to
bid upon the work. The improve
ment will consist of grading and
spreading on crushed rock.
Thc members of the party say
the road all tho way to the
springs with tho exception of a
few places is ln good condition
for travel. There arc a irood
many people along the river fish
ing and most of them are having
rons upon the subject and he
save them some valuable infor
mation upon which to work in
carrying out their plans.
ARSENICAL DUST VERY
HELPFUL IN GARDEN NOW
Oregon Agricultural College,
Corvallis, April .An arsenate of
lead powder is very helpful, just
now in controlling the biting in
'sects that are likely to attack
several kinds of crops. Any
standard arsenate of lead pow
der may he secured, mixed with
an equal amount of sulphur,
Hour, sifted ashes or any finely
powdered neutral substance.
One of the best of these powders,
according to Professor A. L.
liOvett, insect pest specialist at
tlie Oregon Agricultural College,
is the sifted ashes. The mixture
It is Coming to That,
Our present method of road
work will never get anywhere?. A
large part of the work done
through the summer, is destroy
ed in the following winter.
Either our roads must be hard
surfaced, else heavy hauling by
wagon or automobile must be
prohibited when the roads are
wet. Hard surface means bonds
in the end, for we can never
have enough money at any one
time otherwise. Cities which
have hard surfaced streets would
is put into a small salt sack, or ;not ve under con
ib ui uiaieruu . u'sideration. it is presumable the
shaken over the plants until the j , ,d fe 1Ike wt
rfeht amount has ben applied. J ft Qr roads were hardsurfaced.
Being easily seen the operator ,Automobjles and aut0 trucks are
as he wishes. If applied n early ; ,th d Q t tb
SJH!?w?iffpt?yian be used the year. throUglC
w2nliSrfv the, first as last, for it is coming to
3mSlr fi7 ff0 that in tue end. Our $1507000
frf v tSSS if HZZ? IS fr road work as now applied, is
ZrSJSSZSSW waste-Scio Tribune,
called yellow lady bird slugs,' M-ircMic
and other leaf-eating nests that,,MPROVf Jvzi
attack such crops as beans, let- ROAD BY CONTRACT
tuce, corn and squash," said ! , iir x , ,
Professor Lovett. "An'appllca-' T?e "ing of contracts for
tion every ten days should keep e improvement of the road at
the pests under control except two different points was the de
when followed by a rain in which 'cMon of County Commissioners
case the new application should f H. Harlow and George M.
be made when the rain ceases. Hawley and County Engineer
: "Another means of securing Libby after a trip over the Mc
protection from the leaf eaters Ken.zie road as far as, Be,lkn,aP
to be used in connection with Springs. They may also decide
the powder is the use of trap uPn e construction of a piece
crops. If in planting beans, for of new road in the vicinity of the
instance, a few hills of squash j sP"ngs-
are planted, some of the vines I Tne commissioners and the
may ne allowed to bear fruit engineer returned to Eugene
-while others are left unsprayed Thursday evening after a three
r unpowuereu to auract tne "V 1 v . . .
pests. The pests move about
xreely from place to place, and
simply killing off or driving away
a.single infestation does not se
cure immunity from -further at
tack. Protection can be secured
only by repeated measures."
How Farmers Should Organize,
- The department of agriculture
Ss continually receiving inquiries
from all sections asking how far
mers ought to organize. The
answer to such a general ques
tion must, of necessity, be
that it depends partly upon
ttlhc particular needs of a giver,
community and partly upon the
-capacity which farmers have to
-establish and manage the work
of a suitable organization. There
should "be a strong local feeling
of the need of some improve
ment and ttliat certain definite
aimB or ipurposes can be more
.fully (realized with the aid of or-
t)eairiess Cannot Be Cured
.by 'local application!, a they cannot teach
ifl aimaeti poitlon of the ear. There la
.only one way to cure deafneci, and ba j
iliy constitutional remedies. Peafness Is
.caused, by an Inflamed condition of the mu
cous 'lining of the Eustachian Tube. When
ttiLs tube Is Inflamed you have a rumbllne
wound or Imperfect hearing, and when It is
.entirely closed. Deafness Is the result, and
unless the Inflammation can be taken out
nnd this tube .-teatored to Its normal condi
tion, hearing will be destroyed forever: nine
cases out' of ten aro caused by Catarrh,
-which Is nothlne but an inflamed -pondltlon
of'tha mucous surfaces. I '
We will vve One Hundred Dollars for any
ease tit Deafness (caused by catarrh) that
eajinol "be cured by Half Cattrrh Qute,
.Send for circulars, free.
V. J. CHBNBV, & CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Bold 'by Drugglots.'7ISc. ' ' " 1
Jake ;ilall' family I'tlU or,lconitfpatlon.
tain its needs in the way of im
provment during the sumnter.
They left Tuesday morning in
Commissioner Hawley's auto
mobile and first went to Belknap
Springs. They looked over the
Lost Creek bridge between the
main road and the springs and
Engineer Libby re-located the
old road between the main road
and a point near the bridge. This
road may be reopened some time
in the future by the county. The
present road, from the main
road to the creek is not on the
survey but is on private propery.
The members of the court and
the engineer talked with H. B.
Sloan, manager of the springs
resort, and he seemed to be very
anxious for the construction of
a new bridge. He offered to
assist the county In any way he
could. Commissioner Harlow
said that they decided upon no
definite plans in regard to this
Coming on down the river,
the party stopped in Supervisor
Neal's district which extends
from the edge of the forest re
serve to ROck House. They
measured a place where the
wdrk of improvement will be let
by contract. This stretch mea
sured 3350 feet. In the district
just below Neal's they met Sup
ervisor Ben Minney and they
looked over a' stretch of road at
O'Brien's point, wnich will also
be improved'-liy contract. The
engineer:-wiirgoi'back later and
, irff urqiAjiffiiM Hi
' " 'It.' u
Geo. W. Haw, Pendleton, .will
orect two-story business block.
Molalln municipal water plant
lacks $100 n month of meeting
Mabel Coast Lumber "Co.,
with payroll $lG,000.a month
started last week.
President Qrlfflth of tlve P. II.
L. & P. Co. announces extension
of line IS miles to big timber".
Molalla will build a nov: city
Oregonlan shows it cost five j
million to collect tho $3,000,000 J
made out of forest reserves. i
Eugene merchants agree to
handle products of Eugcno
Under now state law income
from Notary fees Increased S4,
Portland City bonded deit is
$28,000,000 and $900,000 bond
issue Is asked at June election
for municipal grain elevator."
Klamath Falls II. II. 'Ed
monds Lumber Co. will bpljd
Senator Porter J. McGunibor
in speaking at the Eugeno Com
mercial club recentIysaidA4,In
our haste to bring about reform;
we are abandoning the funda
mental principals of government
necessary for freedom we. are
adopting paternalist and social
istic tneones. we haye,adopfed
the ideas of a new school jvve
are abandoning the constitution
al principles and drifting outllo
the sea of every varying public
fancy. We look to the theory
that we no longer need: a con
stitution to check us and that
nothing should stand in pur way.
Our ancestors did need a consti
tution and ,they knew that the
American people, required a con-
Made in Springfield
Patronize the Payroll of Your Home Town
I HOME OF HOME-MADE CANDY I
U can'vget moore satis
faction for ure $ $ if u
by Bakore or Noxall
flour. All grocers have
it to sell.
Springfield Bakery :
Broad, Pics, Cnhes, CooklCs, olc.
Wedding and Party Cakes n
S. Young, - Proprietor , t Eggimann's Candy Kikhen
stitution tested by centuries.. to
bind the people, ,Every para
graph of the constltutiousLfo
the protection of the minority
against the dangers of the mac
jorlties political and religious in
temperance. Gentlemen, ,,thJ
great problem confronting
America today is thebduty.to
create a careful and conserva
tive American citizenship. Let
us see to it that our foreigners
are taken into our schools aiul
sent out as American citizens,;
see to it that we stand for law
and order and for calm careful
(judgment on the part of tlie
American government. In other
words, let us preserve the very
foundation of our government
and curb the political vaudeville
of the professional ofilce
North Plains wil erect a $4.-
500 school house.
In tho Justice Court for Eugene Jus
tice District, Lane County. Oreuoii.
W. H. Lynch, plaintiff, vs. M. E. Ed
To M. E. Edwards, the above-named
In tho narao of tho State of Oreiron:
You are hereby summoned and requir
od to appear and answer tho com
plaint In tho above untitled cause
within six weeks from tho dato of
first publication of the summons here
in, and you aro hereby notified that If
you fall so to appear and answer said
complaint as Hereby required the
plaintiff will tako Judgment against
ypu as prayed for ln said' complaint
now on file in tho said court, to-wit:
Judgment In tho sum of $77.05 with
interest thereon from July 1, 1914, und
tne runner sum of Firteen (flO.OQ),
Dollars attorney's fees, and for the
Costs and disbursements In the above
This summons is nubl shed bv order
of tho Honorable Joaso G. Wnllh-
Judgo of tho above, entitled court, dirty
mauo on mo zitu uay or March, 1015,
requiring publication tlioroof once
each week for six successivo weeks
and requiring that you appear and
answer said' compjaint. on or before,
six weeks from the 16th day of Anril.
iuu uuio ui iiiu urui iiuuncaiion neroot,
i JESSE O. -WELLS. 'A
is, u, immeu, justice oi tho Pcacev
attorney for plaintiff. , thM27
I IF YOU HAVE NEVER TRIED t
CIIAS. BARKMAN, Manager
Try is and bo convinced that it pays to
patronize homo industries.
4 4' 4 4
House of Quality
You get your money's worth
when you trade at
THE SPRINGFIELD CREAMERY :.
Tho Lane County Nows divided its
expenditures last year, thus:
Supplies bought outsldo of Spring
Held, Including paper and now
machinery , .. 20.4 p. C
Supplies bought in Springfield, In
cluding rent, etc 19,1 p. c
Payroll, entirely In Springfield 60.5 p. c.
J Ihe j
Springfield Planing Mill ;
sash, noons, mouldinos, iuiackbts,
TUUNINO, STAlIt UUILDINaa, 4
Extension TAblos, Drop Lonf Tablos, llllroak-
. fast Tables, Kltclion Cablnots, Cupboards,
Safes, Stop Lndderx, Krult Hoxos
ilorry Cnitos, Folding Clothcu Itucku,
SPENDS ITS MONEY AT HOME : : ELECTRICITY:
For light, l?eat and power.
"Mado in Sprlngricld."
80 Spent, at Home I t Oregon Power Co. :
- Eugene, has installed .25 new
lire hydraiit'sr " 1
P. E. & E. Ry. has put on con
struction crews to make better
ments. B Hill steamer Northern Pacific
has been put on the 'Frisco-
Mt. Angel Tribune is a new
E. D. Alexander has launched
jiie Stayton Standard.
Office .S'tiilli mul J'car I fin, clcphnuc M
DR.M,Y. SHAFFER, D.V.S.
AND DENTIST J
Suito 2. Phono 888, EUGENE, ORE
$26.75 TO SAN
15 Day Limit
Meals and Berth Included.
Sale dates May G to 11 Inclusive.
OREGON ELECTRIC RY.
NORTH BANK RAILROAD
2G HOURS' OCEAN SAIL
Do luxe "Palace of the Pa
Sails May 7, 11, 15, 19, 23,
Steamer train leaves Portland
0:00 A. M arrives Flavol 12:30.
Luncheon on ship, Steamer ar
rives San Francisco 3:30 I M.
Low Round Trip Faros
East Dally, May 15, Spo
kane and East or via Pa
latial Steameruto San
Frunclsco, stopoyerjiilt r,
Falr' -i. ft ,
All particulars glvenby v '
II. R. KNIGHT
Jtmmmim Oregon Elec
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In tho County Court of tho Stnta of
For Lano County v
In tho Muttor of llto Edtato of
John II. Innls, Daceascd.
Kotlco la liofcliy clven that (hn un.
dorslgned has boon appointed admin-iRcsidcncO over Dodge's
istrator of tho estate of John IJ. Innls,
ueceuBoci, ana nil persons having
claims against tho estate of John I).
Innls, doceasod are hereby required
to present such claims duly vorldcd
as by law required to mo at tho olllco
of John C. Mullen, Sprlngllold, Oregon,
within six months from tho dato of
this first publication hereof.
First publication April 12, 1016,
Last publication May 10, 1015.
John C. Mullen , ,
Attornoy for Administrator.
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