Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Lane County news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1914-1916 | View This Issue
DID YOU FIND WHAT
yOU WERE AFTERf
BETTER THVN THAT
U FOUND THE REAU
THE CARE OF MEAT
Made in S
( THE POOP PUDGE MEETS THE SUCCESSFUL DETECTIVE j
AFTER you use a pouch, you too
will know you have found tobacco
Justtuck it away and let the rich,
satisfying tobacco taste come to you
steady and naturally.
"Right-Gut" is the Real Tobacco Chew and
you'll know it all right and like it better than the
' old kind. Pure, rich, mellow tobacco seasoned
and sweetened just enough.
Tcke a very smalt cheir less than one-quarter tho
old sire. 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 away.
Then let it rest. See how easily and cvenlv the rfnl
tobacco taste comes, how it satisfies without ((rinding, how
much less you have to spit, how few chews you take to
be tobacco satisfied. That 's why it is The Real Tobacco
Cam. That's why it costs less in the end.
It ! a ready chew, cut fins and ihort ihred to ihit you won't hi to
to urind oo it with roar teeth. Criailia on ordinary candied lobicco
male too tpit tea moch.
The ttitc of port, rich tobacco dot not Deed to b corcrcj an wilt roolauc. mad
licorice, Notice how the tall brinit out the rich tobacco tatte in "Riiht-Cut.'"
One email chew takes the place of two big
chews of the old kind.
SO Union Square, New York
(jBUY FROM DEALER 0R5END 10 ? STAMPS TO Us)
S. P. WINS GRAND PRIZE
FOR RAILROAD EXHIBIT
t San Francisco, July 4. The
Jury of Awards at the Panama
Pacific International Exposition
has awarded the Southern Pa
cific Company the grand prize
' lor its display of equipment in
the Transportation building,
thereby placing the official
Iff; stamp of approval on what has
been recognized as one of the
niost instructive exhibits of the
change in and development of
track, car and locomotive in the
last half century.
'On one of the tracks stands
"C. P. No. 1." the old C. P.
Huntington, the first locomotive
of the Central Pacific, itself the
first transcontinental railroad. It
was built in 1S63, when locomo
tives were so few that thy were
called by name, and shipped
around the Horn. Its total
weight is 39,000 pounds.
In contrast with it is Southern
Pacific Mallet locomotive 4043
on an adjacent track. It was
built in 1912, one of the largest
in the world. Fitted with elec
tric incandescent nitrogen head
light, by which an engineer can
see a man on the track a quarter
of a mile away, or about twice
the distance needed to stop a
train at forty miles an hour and
with cab in front, it reflects the
advancement of half a century.
Its total weight is G25.000
Locomotive 1457 an "eight
wheeler" is cut away in sections
so that the electrically operated
"valves and piston can be seen
as in actual operation. Steel
coach 1806, built by the com
pany in 1905, is the first of its
kind in the w;orld.
Southern Pacific automatic
safety block signals, operating
in a glass case, electric steel
motor car, C. P. 349, a double
sheathed boxcar, a Pacific Fruit
Express refrigerator car, a steel
postal car and shop products
make up the balance of the
EXTENDING THE LAW
OREGON and WASHINGTON
A Directory of each City, Town nnd
Village, giving deacrlptlve aketch ot
each place, location, population, tele
graph, chipping and banking point:
also Classified Directory, complied by
buslneas and profeaalon.
n. r- roue & co, bkattle
The Industrial Accident Com
mission has adopted a new rule
that will take in hundreds of
small industries and business
By a ruling of the Attorney
General a sausage grinder in a
butchershop was held to be
power driven machinery, and a
boy who added a part of his
thumb to the bologna mixture
was given compensation.
On the basis of that ruling
the commission has added all
dressmaking and millinery es
tablishments, opticians, jewel
ers, coffee grinders and soft
Spice mills, scissors grinders,
dentists, lapidaries, barber mas
sage machinery, electric shoe
shiners and hair curlers will be
included in the above order if
they use power current or power
Under the law, if the manager
of such a little shop does not
immediately give notice of de
clining to come under the pro
visions of the act, he or she or
they are taken to have waived
truilownrka and cop1ht obtained or no
tea. Ind Modi I, f lie ' j or phot .s an I a
rl.'lon for FREE SEARCH and repoit
on patentability, lUziic re'wncw.
nAvruvn mill n m nTltlJ Pff for
you. Our free booklttat.ll bow, vrhat to Uiruit
and mve you money. Wrlto today.
D. SWIFT & CO,
l303 Seventh St., Washlnnton, D.
Pacific Iron works of Port
land, builds the Lebanon steel
bridge for $13,383,
Ashland 5000 barrels of ce
ment for the Siskiyou highwty
will be delivered at Steinman.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land Oflico at Itoseburg, Ore
i;on, June 21, 1015.
Notice Is hereby given that Orlando
0. Voss, of Lowell Oregon, who, on
November 20, 1911, mado Homoatead
Entry, Serial, No. O7C40, for the SV
of SEVi of Section 30, Township 19 S
Ilungo 1 K Willamette Moridan, liao
illed notice or Intention to make Kinal
Three-ypar Proof, to establish claim
to tho land abovo described, before
1. P. Hewitt, U. S, Commissioner, at
his office at Eugene, Oregon, on tho
2nd clay of August, 1915. Claimant
names as witnesses: Doxtcr Carter,
of Lowell, Oregon; Loronzo S. Win
frey, of Lowell, Oregon; Frank Mc
Masters, of Land Axe, Oregon; Ora
E. Carter of Lowell, Oregon.
J. M. UPTON,
A fow simple precautions will
aid tho housowlfo in kooplng
meat untainted in hot weather,
meat untainted in hot woathor,
says a bulletin of tho U. S. De
partment of Agriculturo.
It is of course common know
ledge that the higher th tem
perature, tho quicker moat will
spoil, but the family's supplies
are not absolutely at tho mercy
of tho thermometer. Ice and
cleanliness are two great weap
ons of defonse.
For many families a rofrigor-
ator Is obviously out of tho ques
tion, but it Is perhaps-better to
have no refrigerator at all than
a neglected one. Merely to wash
it out occasionally does little
good; It should bo thoroughly
scalded at frequent Intrvnls, In
particular tho drain. This, If
overlooked, Is apt to harbor fun
gous growths, which may spread
to the food. On one occasion j
a man applied to the department
because ho had found that a j
joint of beef placed In his re-j
frigerator had turned a peculiar
bright red. Upon examination it
was ascertained that tho meat
was covered with a peculiar fun
gous growth due entirely to tho
condition of the refrigerator.
Growths of this kind do not al
ways advertise themselves so
prominently and thero may be
much evil in an ice box that the
eye can not detect.
If the refrigerator drain is not
thoroughly cleaned, moreover, It
is likely to become choked, the
water is not carried off quickly
enough and little pools are left
standing in the interior. Damp
ness is one of the conditions
most favorable to bacterial
growth. An Ice box in this state
will not protect food long. It Is,
in fact, a wise precaution to
wipe the interior of a refriger
ator every day with a dry cloth.
The temperature of the aver
age refrigerator is higher than
most persons suppose, and in
those households where a regu
lar supply of ice Is not obtain
able a cool cellar, a spring house
or the depths of a well may
serve somewhat the same pur
pose. On farms where there is
an ice house the meat may be
placed in some form of closed
retainer and buried in the ice.
In any event, the meat must be
carefully screened from flies.
The danger from infection from
these pests has been pointed out
many times, but familiarity
breeds contempt and they still
persist. The fly not only does
the meat itself no good, but it
may readily place upon it some
infection, which is carried in
turn by the meat into the hu
man system. Some flies will de
posit their eggs on the meat and
these in a short time will be
come maggots, and the meat is
Much sickness that is popu
larly ascribed to ptomaine polB
oning or to bad food in general
i's really caused in some such
way as this, the food, in itself
perfectly wholesome, acting
merely as a mechanical carrier
for the "germs" which cause the
trouble. Some of the.ri sorts
come from the human Intestine,
and their presence is a sure in
dication that filth is there even
if the amount is too small to be
seen. Filth of this kind may be
carried by dust, but It more
often comes from soiled hands.
One might wish that every kit
chen could have the sign found
in some well-managed food fac
tories "When you 1 eavo the
room fcr any purpose, wash
your hands before you return
"Germs" which grow in foods
and cause illness grow very rap
idly, particularly if tho food is
a little warm, and are not de
stroyed unless th food is well
cooked bforo serving. Simply
"warming up" is not enough, as
was found in a case of Illness
Patronize the Payroll of Your Home Town
House of Quality
Springfield Bakery :
You get your money's worth
when you trade at
Eggimann's Candy Kitchen
Dread, Pic3, Cakes, Cookies, etc.
Wedding and Party Cakes a
5. Young, - Proprietor
Nox All nnd Bnkoro
Mnlto Whitest Bread. J
Tests Prove It.
IF YOU HAVE NEVER TRIED
: THE SPRINGFIELD CREAMERY :
CHAS. BARKMAN, Manager
Try Is nnd bo convinced that It pays to
patronize home industries.
Springfield Planing Mill
SAsir. nooua. moummnhh, uhackkts,
TtTllNINO, HTAIlt IIUILDINIKI.
Kxtoimlnn TnliloH, Drop Loaf TnMtm. llllroitk
ftiHt TuIiIuh, Kltclum I'ttlilnotH, Cupboards,
Hufoii, Stop Ludilurn, Fruit lloxuu
Hurry Crutott, FoldlnK Clothun Hiic1:m.
For light, heat nnd power.
"Mado In Springfield."
Oregon Power Co.
SPENDS ITS MONEY AT HOME
The Lane County News divided its
expenditures last year, thus:
Supplies bought outaldo ot Spring
field. Including paper nnd now
machlnory 20.-1 p. c.
Supplies bought In Springfield, In
cluding ront, etc 19.1 p. c.
Payroll, entirely In Springfield 60.5 p. C.
80 Spent at, Home
Another Springfield industry to
place their card In this space.
recently reported after ating
some warmed-up creamed veg
etable. Certain kinds of food
creamed chicken, or custard, or (
warm vegetables, for example
are excellent culture mediums
for bacteria which may have
been introduced into the in by
accident. For this reason it is
a safe rule to have as short a
time as possible intervene be
tween the preparation of food
and its consumption. Broth is
another excellent medium and
in consequence should be drain
ed off if it is Intended to keep
the meat for any length of time
before serving. If the broth is
used also it should bp-boiled
thoroughly first. All food,
cooked or uncooked, should be
kept in a clean, cool place in
order to reduce the danger of
infection to a minimum.
We Print Butter Wrappers
Telephone Us Your Order Today
Pilot Rock Work started on
O.-W. R. &N. terminals to cost
Newport Franchise of the
Newport Railroad & Navigation
Co. extendd one year.
Salem Eppley baking pow
der factory doubles capacity of
Baker Improvements to be
made to the Ben Harrison mine
will total $100,000.
Beaverton votes $23,500 of
bonds for a high school.
OIllco Ninth ami lVarl Bin, cJepdone B9
DR.NLY. SHAFFER, D.V.S .
Suite- 2. Phono 888, EUGENE, OJU3
Residence over Dodge's Store
O. R. Gullion,
Practice Limited tl
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Graduate Nurse Attending
306, White Temple, Eugene.
The Lane County News.