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DAIRYMEN SHOULD RAISE 'directed to alleged violations of
THEIR OWN CALVES the "motor vehicle laws," the
Oregon Agricultural College, impression prevailing that the
Corvallis, June 2S. "There is Secretary of State is vested with
only one practical way for the the enforcement of the same,
dairyman to increase the herd i Such is not the case. This
and "that is to raise his own cal- office is not vested with police
ves," said Professor C. H. Eckles, ; powers. Its duties are only to
professor of dairy husbandry1, 1 register motor vehicles and
"University of Missouri, when 1 chauffeurs as proper applica
speaking before the dairymen's ; tions are filed,
conventions during the Farmers' i Under this law (Section 26
Week at the Oregon Agricultural t and 27) it is made the specific
-College. "You can't buy good; duty of all police officers, sher
Jstock. Heifers should be raised jiffs and constables, within the
ewith a good deal of care and at-1 limits of their respective juris
itention. You say it costs too ; dictions, to enforce its provis
.much. But I believe that under 1 ions. Violations of such law
any ordinary conditions you can l should, therefore, be directed to
riot afford not to do it. i the attention of the local police
' "They say about one cow out officers.
of every three is not going to be
a profitable animal. But success WILL DEVELOP
of the dairy farmer depends to' LUMBER DEMAND
Tio slight extent on the careful' Portland, June 2S. Further;
rearing of the calves. The care- progress in the formation of the ;
Jul dairyman sees in every neuer , Douglas Fir Exportation & Ex
calf the possibility of a cow that port Company, whose purpose
will not only replace a discarded is to develop a demand for the
member of his herd, but help to lumber products of the Pacific
raise the average production. By , Northwest in all foreign coun
'proper care in the choice of the tries, was made yesterday at a
Sire, and by careful attention to meetins of the temporary direc
'the rearing of the calves, the tors held at the Benson hotel.
dairyman who is compelled to Those attending the meeting'
r-( imt ..,,4-1 r li nP rtVflinom, 1 1 T TTfTf 1 T !
.sum. wnii a. iicm ui uiuumi wre unanes r-. mil aim .mines
quality may, within a few years, g. Gregory of Taconia, E. G.
raise the average of production Ames of Seattle, A. B. Middleton
Of his herd to a marked extent. and W. B. Mack of Aberdeen
On the other hand, carelessness and H. S. Mitchell of Wauna,
in breeding and-in calf raising is Oregon.
bound to result disastrously to 1 it is intende to have the
ra herd, or at least to keep it at a membership include all lumber!
standstill as far as improvement manufacturers on the North Pa-!
is concerned." . ciflc Coast and in the Columbia
river district. Only a few of the i
jriianufacturers whose head-
! quarters are in Portland have .
joined, but it is said they view!
(Continued from JPajJj
oiafi sized log and Mantel, with j the project favorably. By co
Sixtfthers, rolled it to within 50 i operative effort It is proposed"
yards of the cabin, keeping hid-, to export lumoer to loreign mar
den behind the log as it was kets, instead of depending on
rolled forward. John Goldsby, 'individual effort. Temporary
who was back of the log, part-, headquarters of the company
ed his hair on the side, but a are at Seattle, but it is contein
bullet from the besieged cabin! plated to open sales offices at
hit him high up on the forehead i Portland and Ban Francisco.
Anotner meeting wiu tie neiu in
the near future to perfect the
organization, with a full mem
bership of the largest lumber
Tho commltteo on betterment
of farm work, appointed by the
lano County Pomona grange
at its session in Springfield tho
Inst of May, mot in office of
County Agriculturist Coglon in
Eugeno Friday, and mado preli
minary plans for its work,
Representatives from ton of
the granges of tho county met
and named committees to take
up various questions. Fourteen
grangers worn present and each
ono was enthusiastic over tho
work to bo taken up. Thoy rep
resented the organizations at
Irving, Junction City, Crcswell,
Cottage Grovo, Trent, Coburg,
Willakonzlo, Alvadore, Bailey
Hill and Springfield.
"We have only mado a start
but we Intend to do business
when we got to going good,"
said W. R. Wing, secretary of
the committee, after the meet
ing. "Tho intoutlon of tho com
mittee is to handle tho overllow
work of the Pomona grnugo."
The members of the com
mittee discussed tho outlook for
future work and talked of tho
establishment of a public market
in Eugene, the raising of fat
livestock, general farm improve
ment and of other subjects to bo
taken up in the future.
Farmors for Board.
One important step taken wns
the decision to ask the county
court to nominate three farmers
to take charge of the money
appropriated by the state and
county as premiums for the
county fair, and the men sug
gested by tho committee to be
appointed by the court are J. B.
McFarland, of Cottage Grove;
E. M. Warren, of Eugene, and II.
II. Powers, of Crcswell.
The subject of testing cows
was brought up and it was de
cided that the members of the
committee report to their respec
tive granges on this question
and of weeding out the unpro
ductive cows, this being an easy
matter after the testing is taken
The subject of drainage was
one of the most important dis
cussed at the meeting. A com
mittee consisting of R. B. Cog
lon, R. B. Gibson and Mr. Xliles
wns named to draft an 'oiltlinc
of the duties of the agricultural
committee on this subject. A
number of the farmers in differ
ent parts of the county have
banded together for their mu
tual benefit in this work, but
they have acted independently
of any organization. It is be
lieved that if they co-operate
with the agricultural committee
of the grange much better re
sults will be obtained.
A communication was r&ad
from the Eugene i'anners'
facilities for cream at the small J
stations on the two railways op-1
era ting in this county and the
sui uutiy wy.s uisiruuiuu 10 cor-
respond with both the S. P. and
0. E. in regard to this matter.
The complaint is made that at
the lng stations there is no way
to care' for the cream offered
A committee consisting of R.
B. Coglon, Clarence Koon and
Ed Ayers was named to promote
better finishing and a more pro
fitable market for fat stock in
The committee decided to
meet hereafter on the 25111 day
of each month. Whuu that date
falls upon Sunday the meeting
is to De held on the following
Mouse of Quality
You get your money's worth
when you trade at.
Eggimann's Candy Kitchen
.. 4' 't-"t
Bread, Pica, Caltoa, Cookies, etc.
Wedding and Party Cakes a
S. Young, - Proprietor
IF YOU HAVE NEVER TRIED
THE SPRINGFIELD CREAMERY
CHAS. BARKMAN, Manager
Try is and be convinced that it pays to,
patronlzo homo Industries,.
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SPENDS.ITS MONEY AT HOME
The Lane County News divided its
expenditures last year, thus:
Supplies bought outside of Spring
fluid, InrludliiK paper and now
machinery 20.4 p. C.
Supplies bought In Sprlngileld, In
cluding rent, etc l'J.l p. c.
Payroll, entirely In Springfield 60.5 p. C.
80 Spent at Home
Nox All and Bnlcoro
Mnlce Whitest Bread.
Tests Prove It.
Springfield Planing Mill
' Mitniifncturorn of
SAail, D00U8. MOULDINGS, 11IIACKHT8,
TimNINO, STAIR lIUIIilMNOU.
KxIoiihIoii TaMom, Drop I.imC Tabluii. Ullroak
fnHl Tahiti, Kltt'Jicn CablitntH, CupbonrdH,
Snft'H, Hlttp JI-atlilorH, Fruit Uoxoh
Horry Crate'n. lldliu; Clothtm KncliH,
For light, heat and power.
"Made In Springfield.'"
Oregon Power Co.
Another Sprlngdold IndiiHtry to
place their card In this space.
the bidder falls or refiiHCB to outer
Into tho contract and provide n mif
flclent bond for Its faithful perform
Sealed bldn hLouM be nddrouAud to
tho Recorder, Springfield, Oregon, i
and must bo In li!n hands before s
o'clock V. M.. Juno USth. 1316. The,
Common Council resorvoH tho right
to reject any and nil bids. '
Dated Juno Htb. lain.
IL E. WALKER, :
Jand made a new part for his
lhair in the middle. The men
Ibelund the log couldn't raise up
to shoot, so they lay there, spat
tered with the splinters from the
'log, as the Indian bullets hit it. i
With great exertion tney nnany
pulled ' the log backward, keep
ing hidden till they got back to
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of tho Interior,
U, S, Land Office at Rosebarg, Ore
gon, June 21, 1915.
" fn -nw' . uce 18 Hereby given that Orlando
liitjy bent a. "'."'"iO, V08B, of Lowell Oregon, who, on
Lane for company C, First dl a- November 20, 1911, mado Homestead
urwlnr Pnntnln A. J. Entry. Sorlal. No. 07049. for tho SU
?TTiltV The regulars brought alof ot Section 30, Township 19 S
Indians, killing some. The rest
escaped during the night.
Enforcement of Motor Vehicle
Laws Not Duty of Secretary
Office of the Secretary of State,
' Salem, June 22. From many
sections of tho state the atten
tion of this offlce is repeatedly
filed notlco of Intention to make Pinal
Threo-yoar Proof, to establish claim
to tho land abovo described, before
I. I'. Hewitt, U. S. Commissioner, at
bis office at Eugeno, Oregon, on tho
2nd day of August, 1915. Claimant
names as witnesses: Dexter Carter,
oi L,oweii, uregon; ivorenzo s, win
frey, of Lowell, Oregon: Frank Mc
Masters, of Land Axe, Oregon; Ora
iu. uarter ot iowou, uregon.
J. M. UCTON,
Notlc to 'Contractors and Abutting
Notice la hereby riven that the
Common Council of tho Town of
Springfield, Oregon, will meet at 8:00
o'clock P. on Monday, Juno 28th,
1915 at tho City Hall In the Town
of Springfield, for the purpose of open
ing seaieu ehus ana letting the eon
tract for the grading and macadamiz
ing- of O street from the east line' of
Eighth Htmet, easterly, to the west lino
of tho Brattaln Estate, as provided by
uruinanco wo. n, passed June. 14th,
Tho whole of said improvement will
be- let in ono contract, and tho work
thereon shall bo begun within twenty
days from tho lotting of tho contract,
and must bo completed within sixty
days from tho time of commencement
Plans and specifications for tho said
Improvement are now on file In tho
office of II. E. Walker, Recorder.
'ino porson to whom the contract is
let must agree to look to tho property
Improved for Ills pay, and accept tho
tlnn liflitM, tlm rp.,r, i ....
takes to create against tho said nron
orty, or tho llancroft Ponds, which
may bo issued based ution tho said
Hons, and ho must agree to bid par,
wun accrued interest, for such Ban
croft Bonds when tho same aro of
fered for salo.
A certified check for 5 por cent of
tho amount of tho hid, payablosto tho
Mayor of Springfiold, must accompany
tho bid, as liquidated damages JiTcuso
For Sale, Rent, Wanted, Etc.
Commercial printing carefully
executed at the News
For Farm and City Property
Exchanges a Specialty
Springfiold - Oregon
W. F. WALKER
! Went Main St.
FOUND Bicycle padlock. At
The News afllce. 27
LOST On Fifth street, purse
and sum of money. . Finder
please leave at News ofliee.
JL O. A. hall.for rent. Well ven
tilated and lighted, clean and
warm. Kitchen and dining
room attached. Rates reason
able'. Apply to Fred Waj.ke,
Gilbert Davis or W. A. Hall.
FOR SALK Timber claim, for
$G,000. No Jncumberance,
clear title, 8,80G,G00 feet If
taken Inside of G weks. Ad
dress A. P. Nilscn, Sprlngileld,
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, Sprlngileld. Ore.
R. F. D. 2. 37-8-9
LOST A gold braclet, cameo
Eugene. Leave at News ofilce
and receive reward. It
FOUND A purse containing a
small sum of money. Call at
Nice & Miller and pay for this
Repairing a Specialty
Main, hot. Fourth and Fifth. Phono 11
VDR. J. E. RICHMOND
PHONES: Office, 3; Residence, 111-J
Over Commercial Bank,
J. H. BOWER
B31 Willamette St. EuQene, Oregon
Office In City Hall, SprltiQfleld, Ore.
HERBERT E. WALKER
Olllrn Ninth in id 1't-itr) Hta. vlcpnmiu Ksv
DR.F1.Y. SHAFFER, D.V.S,
Sulto 2. Phono 888, EUQENE, OltE
Residence over Dodgo's Store
DR. P. H. EAGAN
Office: Warnock's Feed Darn
Phones: Office Q04
Residence 11 22-J 1
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