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About The Lane County news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1914-1916 | View Entire Issue (May 24, 1915)
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THE CAPTAIN CALMS THE GOOD JUDGES FEARS
SWITCH over to VRight-Cut"- the
Real Tobacco Chew,
A new blend of rich, sappy, mellow
leaf seasoned and sweetened ,.just
enough to give you all the rich satisfy
Cut right, it gives you its substance
steady, without grinding.
Take a very small chew less than one-qaarter the
old size. It will be more satisfying than a mouthful
of ordinary tobacco. Just nibble on it until you find
the strength chew that suits you. Tuck it awav.
Then let it rest. See how easily and evenly the real
tobacco taste comes, bow it satisfies without grinding, how
much less you have to spit, how few chews you take to
be tobacco satisfied. That's why it is Tie Real Tetatcu
Chrte. t That's why it costs less in the end.
It U a resdr chew, cat fine and .tart eared e that too won't lm
In grind on it witn yoor teeth. Grindie4 oa otdiaary candied tobacco
aakee yoa tpit too ranch.
The tatte ol care, rich tobacco doce not need to be corcred up with molaaaea and
Morice. Notice bow the aalt brinja oat the rich tobacco UiU in "Kitbt-Cuu"
One small chew takes the place of two big
chews of the old kind.
SO Union Square, Nevr York
(j3UY?FR0M DEALER ORSEND IQ5STAMP5T0 Usj
THE USE OF HOI
'itf tThe leading editorial in the
'of "lafct week, points out the
value of fostering the use of
wood blocks for pavement, and
urges that this method of fos
tering home industry be 'given
tie closest investigation. This
is exactlv in line with the en-! something like two years' use,
was iavoraoie 10 me woou diock
in every respect, and the Oregon
fir was declared by the super-
lean cities that are its patrons
lis considerable. St. Louis, To
ledo, Minneapolis, Philadelphia,
Boston, Detroit, New York, and
Kansas City are among the
number. The interesting ques
tion is, Can the Oregon fir be
made to compete?
That question was answered
some years ago In Baltimore, ex
cept in . the matter, of cost, for
Baltimore,, use. A test of several
kinds of paving material was
made in that city by selecting a
heavy traffic street and laying
cross sections of block and of
brick and concrete and asphalt.
The result of that test, covering
deavors of the Springfield De
velopment league. The "Tele
gram article says:
f ! J. 1 it 1. 1. I
would not ' vlinS engineer 10 ue uie uest
think, Mr. Citizen, that there is i public benefit. It is a matter
any direct and logical connec-!bv reason of existing freight
tion. between a block of wood ! charges. That test was made
and'home industry; but such is !Bomo nine or ten vears aS' and
the fact nevertheless, if the
wood block is treated right and
we give due consideration to its
value and usefulness.
.Here in Oregon we are long-
on auvocacy oi nome mu.usr.ry,
but at 'times it seems to be "an
since then the manufacturer of
wooden paving blocks has very
greatly enhanced the durability
of the block.
"Considering ' this jnatter
broadly, here1 may "be an 'oppor
tunity to give- encouragement
T,nr. .,0cHrm wViotiioi. nntito home industray at a time
;we make our acts conform to I and "der conditions wherln
the need of it is great. The in
dustry to be encouraged is thf
lumber industry, provided as a
r our protestations. It may be
' that this applies in the matter of
J. pJaving and road building. Let
us consider it a little,
r "In the southern section of
the United States there has been
. Sajcm, ,Or.a.y .rrtpsing
$700 ,a month from Jitney com
petition fijjcefl Old ,8icet: can
hero tq onix-Uian, py-ss-you-enter
crows and Blpwor service.
Marshflold- Tho now Smith
Powers logging camp is turning
out G00.000 feot dally.
PondlptonTonB of salmon
dying at UJmatllla Wlver fish
ladder, unablo to got ovor.
- Ono Coos Bay contract is for
i$C(000 road from North Bcnd
Clackamas, Gladstonb,; Jen
'iilngs Lodge and JPark- piaco
voted Monday on a unioh'high
Clackamas county lias a!j$10,
000 damag esult growing out of
a jitney accident.
Hawloy Paper company,' Ord-J
gon City, will build a now .ware
house G7 by 110 foot.
Public management of?lands
has been a dismal failure in
Oregon at tho hands of th'qTsliUo
government, according to Ex
governor West. v I
Portland Gas and Coko-xcom-
pany is seeking a franchise at
Oswego Iron watervpipo in
dustry here unfavorably af
fected by reduction of $5 per ton
in freight rates from the east.
Eugene broom factory will
manufacture maplo brooms
New Era The gravel plant
here has been leased to Chase
& Linton of Newberg. ;. .
Portland minimum wage $3
per day; Salem, $2; Eugene and
Albany not fixed..
Gymnasium for boys to be
built at Oregon City.
Union school of three dis
tricts is to be constructed at
Oregon City County court
has decided to install a large
Cottage Grove cannery will
The paint mines east of Cres-
well are tp be developed t
Albany is figuring on .getting
the Brownsville cannery.,
North Bend plans to lay a 3-
mile sewer at a cost of $25,000.
One shipper pays out $12,000
a month for cedar ties at Ban-
Porter sawmill, one of the
Simpson properties on Coos
Bay starts with 75 men.
Portland spent $4000 on its
pamphlet for the city election.
Five districts near Seaside
have voted to establish a union
The Dalles business men''a're
planning to secure a municipal
is m mjfjv
S Patronize jthci jPayroll of Your Home Town
SPRINGFIELD FLOUR MILL
HOME OF HOME.MADE CANDY
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Qfvin crfaaSA Halroi ! . -The
.House or Quality ;
Broad, PIc3 Cakes, Cookies, otc.
.Wedding and Tarty Cakes a
You get your money's worth
when you trade at
S. Young, - Proprietor t I Eggimann's Candy Kitchen
4,.(,.t..i.4..1.. - t'
IP YOU HAVE NEVER TRIED '
THE SPRINGFIELD CREAMERY
c'hAS. BARKMAN, Manager
m 1 J .1 Ik. 4..
xry is unu uo cuiiviuuuu una jl yuya .u
patronize homo industries.
: ' . The . - . :
l Springfield Planing Mill I
I Company I
sash, noons, mouldings, brackets,
TUHNINa, STAIR WUlLDINQa.
Kxtciiston Tubloa, Drop Lonf Tnlilon, DRronk-
. fast Tables, Kltchon Catilnotn, Cupbonnls, .
Safes, Stop LmlilorH, Krult IJoxun '
llorry Craten, FoldhiK Clothes Hacks.
SPENDS ITS MONEY AT HOME : : ELECTRICITY:
The Lano County Nowb 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.
For light, lioat and power.
"Mado In Springfield."
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80 Spent, at Home : : Oregon Power Co.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Xotlco is hereby given that tho un
dersigned has filed their final account
In tho cstato of P. J. Bollor, deceased,
and Monday, tho 21st day of Juno,
1915, at 10 o'clock a. m has boon sot
as tho tlmo for hearing said final ac
count, and tho settlement thereof. All
persons Interested in said ostnto aro
hereby notified to file their objections
to Bald final account, or any particular
item thereof, specifying their objec
tions with tho County Clerk on or
before said 21st day of June, 191C, at
10 o'clock a. in.
F1EDA LOUISA BOLLER,
ANNIE MARIE SANDQATHE,
MELVA JEJANETTE WATSON,
Executrices.of tho Estate of P. J.
Bollor. DecoaBod. .
jfoninuiefrom Puge 1),
abandoned today when the thick
substance hardened alniost.to
the solidity of cement. It lies
over the farms ' and meaddws
from two to four feet deep, and
: it is feared that the land never
for some years a well-developed -ieroptoying capabilities of its ac:
industry in theunanufacture qf.
V-wood blocks for paying purpos-,
,-es. That industry lias made a
... considerable market' for' Itself'
' in the South. The market had
its beginning among , Jts own
aieighboring cities, and from
'Cthat it has spread until the yel-
JJUW pine HUUU uiui.il pw. itD
i purposes hafsoinething of a
world reputation. It now finds
a-market in Paris, In London, In
Liverpool, and the list of Amer-
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
Vr local application!, at they cannot each
tho Ulacaaed portion pf tho tar. There la
only one way to cure deufntw, ana that la
by conatltutional remedlea. Deafneia U
cauard by an Inllamed condition of the mu
coua lining of the Euatachlan Tube. When
thla tube la Inflamed you have a rumbllns
aound or Imperfect hearing, and when It la
.iniipciv iinspfi. liparnpaa ia ine rvauit. niiu
' fltileae the Inflammation can b taken out.
" ilon, hearing will be dtatroyed forever! nine
caate out of ten are cauaed by Catarrh.
; which la nothlnK.but.au Inflamed condition
of the mucoua rfcea. ..,-
(.-We.will glTe.Oe Hundred Dollar for any
r: wVIDeafnfiil(cJMad by catarrh) that
U cannot be curWPby uMall'a Catarrh Cure,
? Send for'clrcuttWi.freer ' .
W P..J. CUliNilYr CO., Toledo, Ohio.
, Isold by DruaKleW. lie. ,
.HTk lUUTmIlyVlllv foreonatlpatlon.
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tjvitips, as well as in the capital
it represents, the lumber indus
try stands as the head of the
'Oregon list. If it can solve the
problem of successful paving
block manufacture, so that in
the ultimate the paving material
it will furnish will be the cheap
est, or even as cheap as any
other, then this question iof
wood block pavement will Jbe
come most decidedly a question
of helping home industry. It Is.
a matter to be seriously consid
ered, and carefully weigfied'
from the business standpoint
and from the angle of general
material, but prohibitive in price
upon which the lumbermen- of
this section, themselves, should
unite and test out to a practical
and business-like conclusion'.
matt of nf rniirc if If ran i1fl!vrr Can be recovered. ," i.
nn,ia t ti,n ,riii, f (to The latest new development
the goods. In the value of its . fhrontot1f1 lnntr trAm
products, and in the extent and drving up pf Hat Crpek ?jt
was dry today for the lirstUIipe
known. Reports came in--that
the volcanic mud had damned
the steam near its headwaters
In a narrow canyon, impounding
a great body of water. Fdar'of
a break in this dam and a con
sequent flood that would inunr
date the whole valley under
many feet of water added to tho
terrifying prospect of a new de
struction from the mountain's
.'.Before the stream suddenly
ran dry Its waters were chalky
White with volcanic ash and
scalding hot. All its fish were
killed and cast up over the flood
ed area before the. creek sub
sided. Anxious eyes, were bent all
today, toward the peak of the
mountain.. Rain clouds hid Its
chest a great part of thd day
though occasionally inky-black
clouds rolled Into view. Keen
attention was centered on the
peak around 4 o'clock, the hour
at which most of the recent
eruptions ha,ve7 exploded. Ten
sion' was'felieve'd'wheh daylight
fa'd'd without a new putbuTBt.
Announcements; made of the
earcBnstrttotk)n pf tlu Shev-Un-Dwon
sawmill at Bend. , It
will Employ SWlWenv' '
Office Ninth and Pearl Bla. elcptiono 1U9
DR. M.Y. SHAFFER, D.V.S.
Suito 2. Phono 888, EUGENE, ORE
Residence over Dodge's Store
Repairing a Specialty
Main, bet. Fourth and Fifth, Phono 11;
SPRINGFIELD - OREGON,
We Print Butter Wrappers
Telephone Us Your Order Today
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m a TMrartnrv nf each City. Town and
I Village, giving descriptive aketch ot
each place, location, population, tele?
graph, eh.lpplng and VP-nklng polntj
ftiao wiaaaincu uitvkivi j, i.vh,iu t
bualneaa and profoaldn.
R. X. POLK & tlO
fee, Kend model, tketcbea or pliotoa and de
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r,n ,iAtntAbllltT. Iwnk rafHrmeea.
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