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West Main St.
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831 Willamette St. Eugene, Oregon
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EARTHQUAKE FELT IN
El Centro, Cal., June 23. !
Two more slight earthquake
shocks were felt here tonight,
but no further damage resulted.
It is estimated here that the to- j
tal damage in the Imperial valley I
will reach $1,500,000. A revised i
list of the dead at Mxicali across
the border line, where the only
fatalities occurred, brings the
number up to eight. Four Amer
icans and four Mexicans were
killed. The injured number a
WITH LIBERTY BELL
(Continued from Page 1.)
portunity to view the historical 1
reminder of the War of Indepen- 1
dence. The bell will leave Port- I
land at noon, July 15. It will ,
reach Salem, Ore., at 2 p. m. of i
the same day, be on exhibition
until 2:30, aud will then be mov
ed to Eugene, Ore., arriving
there at 5 p. m. The people of
Eugene will have 15 minutes in
which to view it. Arriving at
Roseburg, it will be on display
the same length of time, arriv
ing there at 8:15 p. m.
On Friday July 1G, the bell will
be in California. It will reach
Marysville at 12:15 and be on ex
hibition fifteen minutes. At 2
p. m. it will be in Sacramento,
where U will remain for one hour
and then be moved to Oakland
and San Francisco. July 17 will
be Liberty Bell Day at the Expo
sition and people from every cor
ner of the State are expected to
visit the fair on that day.
Every precaution will be taken
by the Southern Pacific in trans
ferring the bell across the bay
from Oakland to San Francisco
freight ship, where a special
freight car and switch engine
will be waiting to take it to Third
and Townsend streets. Here it
will be placed on a truck and
carried through the streets of
the city to the fair grounds.
The total milage covered by
the Liberty Bell's westward jour
ney Is 5,234. The average speed
per hour will be 28 miles, the
railroads handling the move
ment having decided that to haul
It faster might endanger its
safety. The bell already has one
large crack in It. The itinerary
for the return movement has not
yet been decided upon. .
Astoria Pacific Power &
Light Co. will expend $50,000 to
cut out a dangerous trestle and
serve more people, if the city
Astoria Dredge Chinook re
moved 150,000 tons and from
bar at mouth of Columbia last
Portland May building peiv
mits 1915, $452,005. For MaV
Wm. Hill Well on
Road to Recovery
William lllll, who sufforcd a
sovcro accident at tho Dooth
Kolly mill several weeks ago,
has left tho hospital, ami the
bandages havo boon removed
from his head whero tho saw
had cut gashes Into his skull.
Ho was bothered for a fow days
by spots appoarlng before his
oyes, duo to tho fact that the
vision center of tho brain had
been injured, but this trouble Is
UP-KEEP IS SMALL
(Continued from Pngo 1.)
because of the decay of tho un
treated plank foundation. A
treated wood pavement has been
In use on Tenth street, Minnea
polis, for 11 years and is still In
good condition. Pavements laid
In Indianapolis In 1S9D to 1000,
gave 14 to 17 years of service.
In fact, wherever wood block
pavement has been laid under
tho right conditions and meth
ods, It has proven satisfactory.
While th first cost of treat
ed wood block material is un
doubtedly higher than that of
most paving material, it is in re
ality the most economical bo
cause it shows the lowest aver
age cost por year during its per
iod of life. The first cost aver
ages from $2.25 to $3.75 per
square yard, but the yearly up
keep averages much less than
for any other kind of pavement.
For instance, wood pavement on
a heavy traffic street in New
York, after eight years of use,
had cost 7 cents per square yard
per year for repairs. Wood
pavement on a light traflic street
in St. Louis, which cost $2.10 per
square yard to lay in 1903, re
quired the expenditure of but
2-10 of a cent per square yard
for the entire first nine years of
Furthermore, the modern
treated wood block pavement is
admitted to be fully .is sanitary
as any of the other pavements
in use. On account of the smooth
surface and well filled joints.
dirt cannot collect In pockets
and whatever is on the surface
is 'easily removed. Then, too,
treatment of the . blocks with
creosote renders them thpr
Eugene Sigma Chi house to
be remodelled, cost $2,000.
Pendleton has selected John
son & Mayer, Portland archi
tects for new city library.
For Sale, Rent, Wanted, EteV
FOUND Bicycle padlock. At
The News oflice. 27
LOST On Fifth street, purse
and sum of money. Finder
please leave at News oflice.
R. O. A. hall for rent. Well ven
tilated and lighted, clean and
warm. Kitchen and dining
room attached. Rates reason
able. Apply to Fred Watke,
Gilbert Davis or W. A. Hall.
FOr 'sALE Timber claim, for
$0,000. No incumberance,
clear title, 8,800,500 feet if
taken inside of 0 welts. Ad
dress A. P. Nilsen, Springfield,
Oregon. T Gt
FOUND One bay mare., Owner
may have same by calling,
describing, paying for this ad
and paying for keeping. A.
L. Churchill, Springfield. Ore.
R. F. D. 2. 37-8-9
LOST A gold braclet, cameo
Eugene. Leave at News office
and receive reward. It
FOUND ;A purse containing a
small sum of money. Call at
Nice & Miller and pay for this
N6YICE FOR PUBLlCATlbfvl
Department of tho Interior,
TJi S. Iand Office at Rosoburg, Ore
gon, June 21, 191G.
Notice Is heroby given that Orlando
O. Vohh, of Lowell Oregon, who, on
November 20, 1911, mado Homestead
Entry, SqrJal, No. 07040, for tho 8
of SE'4 of Suction 30, Township 19 S
Range 1 10., WJllaniotto Alorluun, has
filed notice of Intontion to muko Final
Three-year Proof, to establish claim
to tho land above described, before
I. P. Howltt, U. 8. Commissioner, at
his office at Eugene, Oregon, on tho
2nd day or August, 1915. Claimant
names as witnesses: Dexter Carter,
of Lowell, Oregon; Lorenzo 8. Vlii
froy, of Lowell, Oregon; Frank Mc-
Masters, of Land Axe, Oregon; Oraj
E. .Carter of Lowell, Oregon. '
; J, M." UPTON,
EIGHT MORE DAYS OF OUR GIGANTIC
MANY EAGER BUYERS ARE TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THIS SENSATIONAL SALE OF
EVERYTHING IN THE STORE REDUCED
(Contract Goods and Groceries Excepted.)
ALL NEW MERCHANDISE RECEIVED DURING JUNE INCLUDED IN THIS SALE. OUR
LOSS IS YOUR GAIN. BUY NOW, WHILE ASSORTMENTS AND SIZES ARE COMPLETE
Saturday, June 26, FREE STAMP DAY JKl
NEW SHIPMENT OF PREMIUMS JUST RECEIVED. Premium Parlor.
12M.C A. F. C. Gingham IOC
10c Gingham 9c
$2.25 Ladles' Wash
25c Men's Wash Ties
$3.50 Ladles' Pumps,
(I Lot) 9Sc
$3.50 Ladtes' White Nu
buck shoes (High or
low' cuts 51.98
50c and (JOc Men's Work '
shirts. (New lot just
received) 43 C
$2.50 Men's Elk Skin
shoes SI. 98
25c Ladles Black silk
ALL MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING REDUCED
You will want a suit to colobrato in tho Fourth of July. Buy it Now.
Every Suit wonderfully Reduced, Bluo Sorges includod.
June 21, 1915.
Mrs. Dama 1 1111
One cent due on all advertised
HARRY M. STEWART,
Notice to Parties Who Have Relatives
t- or Friends Burled In the Old
it Grave Yard on South !
The Council has authorized tho old
grave yard on tho south side of tho
race cleaned up; and this U to notify
tho parties who havo relatives or
frlonds hurled thero to coino to the
oiilco of tho Recorder and muko known
where they aro located so that thoy
may ho taken care or; or that you do
tho work yoursolf, and holp to irn
nrovo tho appoaranco of their last
rosting Place. Attond to this at once.
HERBERT E. WALKER.
Comer Second and B streets
James T. Moore, pastor, phone
Next Sunday 10 A. M. sun-
day School. '
11:00 A. M. sermon buojcci
GAS ROOM HEATERS aro'inexpensivo to buy cheap to oporato. 1 Thoy are
their cost over and over again in tho colds, sor.o threats and othor ailments
thoy prevent. , i - ,
For Fall and Spring Heating they aro ideal. Useful during tho colder months
for auxiliary purposes -to holp out the regular stoves or furnaces to wa'm
rooms quickly in the moening. flKf'4 , k
See tnem at the Gas office, 957 Wlllamotto Stroots or Follman-Ne'wland Co.,
625.-49 Willamotto Street, Eugeno. Blftljfetl
OREGON ryBOWER COMPANY
. j iX j isPRINQFIEliD, OREGON: AfjJgfcSrlV i
50c Ladles' Corset cor
25c Ladles Corset cov
15c Children's Hose ....9c
Long's Saratoga Drips
2:00 p. m. Junior League.
7:00 p. in. ISpworlh League.
8:00 i. m. Sermon. Tho Rev.
Cleo. F. llophlns D. D. of Port
land will speak.
Free Methodist Church.
Sabbath School at 10 a. m.
Preaching services at 11 a.m.
Prayer and praise service at
7:30 p. m., preaching at 8 p. m.
Tuesday, S p. m., Young peo
ple's prayer meeting.
Midweek prayer mooting on
Thursday at 8:00 p. m.
A cordial Invitation Is extend
ed to all.
M. F. CII1LDS
Sunday Sabbath school at
10 a. m.; no preaching service at
7:00 ii. m. Young People's
Junior B. Y. P, U. also at 7
p. m. Mrs. T. A. Chase, super
intendent. At 8:00 p. m. Rev. O. C.
Wright, state missionary, will
Wednesday, Prayer meeting at
15c Ribbon, largo as
75c Embroidery ..... 39C
12H.C Blenched muslin. IQc
10c Blenched Muslin . . . 3c
20-Mulo Team lioraxald
K. C. Baking Powder
Hoyal Club Salmon
7:30 p. in. Thursday, Choir re
hearsal at S p. m.
Church of Chrrst.
Bible School, 9:45 u.ni., com
munion aud sermon at 11 a. m.,
Christian Endeavor at 0:30 p.
j m., song service aud sermon at
1 7:30 p. m., prayer meeting every
i Wednesday, 7:110 p. m.
I 15. C. WIG MORIS,
To Owners of Lot3 in Laurol Hill
You are hereby notified to re
move the dirt and other refuse
from lots within 30 days of tho
date of this notice or the same
will be done by tho lodge.
By Order of Springfield Lodge
No 70, I. O. O. F.
Dated June 7, 1915. M37-41
ROBERT BURNS Lodgo, No.
78, A. M. F Ancient nnd
Accepted Scottish Rlto Uni
versal and Symbolic Froo
Masons moots Friday even
ing in W. O. W. hall. Visit-
lllir lirolhnru witlmntii
P. A. Johnson, L. E. Durrln,
Seorotary. R. w. M.
Telephone Springfield 2 for