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About The Lane County news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1914-1916 | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1915)
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JFP taste you get from "Right-Cut;"
r.J: is me real zooacco stwsianca iuh ana
r ; "Rirfht-Cut:" is the Heal Tobacco Chew
seasoned and sweetened just enough.
;.One ten-cent pouch of "Right-Gut"
Masts a longer than twice the money will
ouy in tlie old land.
Take a very small chewless than one-quarter the
old size. It vrill be more satisfying than a mouthlul
of ordinary tobacco. Just nibble on it until you Sad
the strength chew that suits you. Tuck it array.
Then let it rest. See how easily and evenlr the real
tobacco taste comes, hovr it satisf.es without grinding, bow
much less- you bare td spit, how few chews you take to
be tobacco satisfied. That's why it is Hi licit Ttbatto
Cine. That's why it costs less in the end. . '
It is a ready chew, cnt fine en J short shred to that too won't hit e
to triad oa it with roar teeth. GrindinS oa ordinary candied tohrt.-o
l maLca you spit too much.
The tuts ol pure, rich tobacco doea not need to he core red cp with molasses and
licorice. Notice borr the salt brinf a out the rich tobacco taate in "Uiihl-Cut."
One small chew takes the place of two big
chews of the old kind.
SO Union Square, lNfew York
BUY FROM DEALER ORSEND IDrSTAMPSTOUs
BILL SHOWS ARE TO
. EXHIBIT IN EUGENE
The circus is comingj com
ing with its wagons of gilt and
Slitter, "with its strange animals,
ith its beautiful women on
horseback anji everything else
hat goes to make up a wonder
ful, happy day beneath the great
spreading tents. Wednesday
May. 19 there will arrive in
Eugene the Sells-Flota Circus
and Buffalo Bill's Original Wild
West for one day's exhibition,
afternoon and night.
'I Many features with the circus
this year, principaly among
which are Col. William Frederick
Cody (Buffalo Bill) with his
entire retinue of Indians, riders
rppers, cowboys; cowgirls, rang
ers, soldiers and vaquers; and
Rosa Rosalind, the Maid of Mys
tery. Never in the history of Am
erica has there been an eque
strienne like RdsaRosalind.
tOne after another she turns air
sets, "flipflops" and somersaults
lipon the back of a plunging
ltorse until it is almost impos
sible for the eye to follow her.
H Then, too.there are many
other features to be seen With
the big show this year, Captain
Recardo and his lions, Lucia
Zoraand her three herds of per
fuming elephants, Devlin's Zou
aves, the forty clowns, Rhoda
.Royal and his horses, and hun
SnfuC of acrobats, aerialfsts,
Contortionists and tumblers.
'4 The price of the circus this
year?' . The same as ever a gen
eral admission of 25 cents, in
xjluSingfa. seat. Two perform
ances are to be given, one at
3fi5TMii "the afternoon and the
ottier at 8:15 at night. Doors
will be openeu an nour earner
Five thousand dollars is to be
I spent on a highway from Grants
Pass to Crescent City.
Florence voted $55000 to build
' an addition to the school house
FATHER WRITES SLOGAN
SOU DONATES POSTER
1915 Rose Festival Receives Work of
Art from Famous Oregon Boy.
Oregon Voter Physical yal
imtion of railroads ns a blfsla, for
rate-making Is costing the gov
ernment $15,000,000 and tho
railroads $35,000,000, according
to Senator Wooks. About the
time this money is spent tho
valuations wil be stale and some
bright mind will discover that
physical valuation really isn't
tho right basis for figuring rates.
Tho whole performance is sim
ply $60,000,000 added to the
high cost of government bywell
meaning men wlvo itch to regu
Tho governor of Idaho may
call a special session to enact
a state-aid plan for constructing
Lrailroads. t. ',,
D. R. Wiggins of Portland
may operate thq Glcndnlo box
factory. , , v
North Plains is struggling1, for
a cheese factory. 5
North Bend L. J. Simpson
will build a ?S000 dairy barn at
Shore Acres. ,;-.Vt'
A game warden has close"tlthe
Barry Crab cannery at Empire
on a technicality. .
St. Johns Star Sand Co.. will
erect $35,000 dock.
Litigation ended, tho Porter
Bros, sawmill on tho Siuslaw is
L, J. Simpson, who "built
North Bend and operates Jargo
industries, has resigned nS ma
yor and will become a candidate
Raising deer for Portland mar
ket is now a Douglas county
Inman mine, Curry county,
made a clean-up of $15,000 gold
for the winter's run.
Flour is going from Seattle to
San Francisco by the Hill lino
John Roasch of La Grande
plans to build a $40,000 hotel
Portland A new St. Helen's
hall will rise on site of burned
Portland's 1915 Rose Festival has n
unique poster the most artistic ever
used and it Is the work of an Oregon
boy, Fred G. Cooper, now one of the
world's foremost artists. His fathe,r,
J. C. Cooper, of McMtnnvillo, Oregon,
wrote the winning slogan, "Tho Whole
World Knows the Portland nose." At
his father's personal request young
Cooper donated the poster to incorpor
ate the slogan. Portland has cp
operated with Seattle, Tacoma, Walla
Walla and Spokane In securing con
ventions that will bring more than
250,000 visitors to Washington and
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the County Court of the State of
For Lane County
In the Matter of the Estate of
John B. Innis, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
derslgned has been appointed admin
Istrator of the estate p,f John B.Jnnls,
deceased, and all persons having
claims against the estate of John B.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
bv local aDDllcatlon. as they cannot leach
the 'diseased portion of the ear- There in
"only una way to euro deafness, and that la
, . py tcoiiaiiiuiiuuai rincu. iivtuitran '
t caused by an Inflamed mdtlqn of the mn
a mi. linlne of the Euitachlan Tube Wh. i
jlils tube Is Inflamed you have a rumbling
Jflund or Imperfect hearing, and when it Is
imlpsa tha Inflammation can bo taken cut
rtnd this tube restored td Its normal condi
tion, hearing will he destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh,
-which la nothlngtut jn .Inflamed condition
or tho rnucous'surfaees.' '
Wo will glr One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that
cannot be cured by HalV Catfrrrh Cure
Send for circulars, free. ,
V. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. Ohio.
Bold by DruRKWs. 76c.
'Xtko Ilall'j ra3.!ly J'U'.s for constipation.
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Innis, deceasett are aereby required
to present such claims duly verified
as by Jaw required to me at the office
of John C. Mullen, Springfield, Oregon,
witnin 8 ix mouths from the dato of
this first publication hereof.
First publication April 12, 1015.
Last publication May 10, 1915.
John c. Mullen
Attorney for Administrator.
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1303 Seventh St., Washington, D. C.
RESTORATION TO ENTRY OF
LANDS IN NATIONAL FOREST.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TIfAT
the lands descrthnri hnlnw. nm.
bracing 140 acres, within tho Cn,-
cado & Siuslaw National Forests, Ore
gon, will bo subject to settlement and
entry under the provisions of tho
homestead laws of tho United States
and the act of June 11. 190G (34 Stat.
233) at the United States land offlco
at Roseburg, Oregon, on June 12, 1915.
Any settler who was actually and in
good faith claiming any of said lands
for agricultural purposes prior to Jan
uary 1, 19QC, and has not abandoned
same, has a preference right to mafic
a homestead entry for tlie lands ac
tually occupied. Said lands were listed
upon the applications of the persons
mentionea ociow, wno nave a prorer
ence right subject to tho prior right
of any such settler, provided such set
tier or applicant is qualified to make
homostead entry and the preference
right Is exercised prior to Juno vz,
1915, on which date tho lands will bo
subject to settlement and entry by any
qualified person. The lands are as
follows: Tho N SWA 8W4, tho
NWJi SEV4 SW, Sec. 18, T. 10 S.Il-
b e.. w. du acres, nsieu upon ap
plication qt Leonard A. Fowl, Blue
River. Oregon: List 0-102&. tho HJS'i
SE. tho SWtf NEU SE4, Sec. 27,
T, 17 S R. 11 W., 50 acres, application
of T. B. Gosnell, Amity, Oregon; List
C-1049, The E SE NW'i NE'4,.the
3 N NW!4 NE?4, Sec. 10, T, 21 S.
R. 3 E., except a strip of land 45 links
wide described as follows. Beginning
at a point 5 chains south and 10 chains
east of the quarter section corner on
the north side of Section 10, extending
thence 22' links on each side of a line
running soutli 5 chains to the place
whern tho end of the otriD closes' on
tho south boundary' of tho tract, tho
not area being 14.78 acres, listed upon
annl cation of Isaac J. wiloy, Oaic-
ridKo. Oregon: List C1053. Tho.E
NW'4 SE',4, tho S SE4 SW4 NEtt.
tho NWVi SE'4 SW4 NEVi, tho
8W NE SW4 NE'4, tho NW,4
sw'4 NEM, tho k aWi aw't
UEM, Seo. 29, T, 16 S., It. 10 W 45
acres .application of 8. M. WooBley,'
FJoronco, Oregon: List 6-1CG5, March
22, 1915. C. M. BRUCE, Assistant
Commlslonor of tho General Land
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION 1
Department of tho Interior, J'j
U. S. Land OIIlco nt Roseburg,, iQroj
gon, way i, laP. ,
Notice Is hereby giVon Uiat IkoPi
Whiteloy, of Loaburg, Oregon, who.
on Juno 7, 1912, mado Homestead
ade ill Spring'
Patronize the Payroll of Your Home Town
HOME OF HOME-MA'DE CANDY
' Bread, Pics, Cakes, Cookies, etc.
Wedding And Party Calces a ,
SPRINGFIELD FLOUR MILL
' ' The
House of Quality
You got your money's worth
when you trade at ,
S. Young, - Proprietor I Eggimann's. Candy Kitchen
IF YOU HAVE NEVER TRIED
THE SPRINGFIELD CREAMERY
CIIAS, BARKMAN, Mnnagor
Try is and bo convinced that it pays to
patronlzo home industries.
Tho Lano County News divided lla
expenditures last year, thus:
Supplies bought outsldo of Spring
field, 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.
SPENDS ITS MONEY AT HOME : : ELECTRICITY
SASIT, DOORS, MOULDINGS, BRACKETS,
TURNING, STAIR BUILDINGG,
Extension Tables, Drop Lent Tnblos, IJ Break
fast Tnblos, KUchon Cabinets, Cuphonrds,
Safes, Stop Ladders, Fruit Boxes
. Barry Crates, Folding Clothoa Hacks.
For light, heat and power.
VMndo In Springfield."
80 Spent at Home I I Oregon Power Co.
Entry, Serial No. 08103, for tho SW'ii
of Section 24, Township 10 S, Rango
1 K., Wlllametto Meridian, has Hied
notice of intention to mnko Final
three-year proof to establish claim
to the land above described, hoforo I.
P. Hewitt, U. S. Commissioner, at his
oinco, nt Eugene, Oregon, on tho 18th
day of June 1915. .
Claimant names as witnesses:
William Shoning. of Loaburg, Oregon.
Albert Gravos, of Vlda, Oregon.
Albert J. Ward, of Loaburg, Oregon.
C. W. Southwick, of Loaburg, Oregon.
J. M. UPTON,
In tho Justice Court for Eugcno Jus-
tlco District. Lano County, Orego.i.
W. II. Lynch, plaintiff, Vs. M. E. Ed-
To M. E. Edwards, tho nbovo-namod
In tho narao of tho Stato of Oregon:
You aro hereby summoned and requir
ed to appear and answer tho com
plaint in tho above entitled causo
within six weeks from tho dote of
first publication of tho summons hero
in, and yon aro hereby notified that if
you fail 00 to appear and answer said
complaint as hereby required tho
plaintiff will take Judgment against
you as prayed for in said complaint
now on file in tho said court, to-wit:.
Judgment in tho sum or $77.05 with
interest thereon from July 1, 1914, and
tho further sum of Flftoon (?15.00)
Dollars attorney's fees, and for tho
costs and disbursements in 1110 a novo
Tills summons Is published y oruor
of tho Honorable" Josso G. Wolls,
Judge of tho abovo entitled court, duly
mado on tho 24th day of March, 1915,
requiring publication thereof onco
each wcet for six successive woukb
and requiring that you appear and
answer said complaint on or hoforo
six weeks from the 15th day of April,
tho date of tho first publication hereof.
JESSE G. WELLS,
E. O. IMMEL, Justico of tho Peaco.
Attorney for Plaintiff. thM27
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