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f THE COPPEK HAS REASONS FPU QUICK ACTION. 1
f WAT IS IT '
Judge. itS 1
VJTUST because you want tobacco satis
fy v faction is no re&son vhy you need to
yippufc a big wad in your cheek andthen
f imve to grind on it.
- A small chsv of the Real Tobacco
Vkeio will satisfy you. The glad news
. spreads from friend to friend.
, A littlochewof pure, rich, mellow tobacco seasoned
. 3md sweetened just enough cuts out so much of the
.grinding ahd spitting.
TtfC REAL TOBACCO CHEW 15, NOW CUT TWO WAYS! I
W-B CUT is icttq shrio. RKHf CUT is short smtra.
Take less Ujcn one-quarter tho old size chew; It
will be more tatitfyiai than a mouthful of ordinary
tobacco. Juit take a nibble of it until you find tho
strength cherr that suits you, then tee bow easily and
erenly the real tobacco taste comes, bow It satisfies,
bow much less you bare to spit, how few chews you
take to be tobacco satisfied. That's why it is Tht
RtalTobacn Citse. That'awhv it coitilet i In thaenrf.
The taste of pure, rich tobacco does not need to be covered up. An
.exec of licorice and sweetening makes you spit too much.
One small chew" takes the place of two big
-t chews of the old kind.
((Notice bow the salt brings
OBt Uie rich tobacco taste.))
"WEYMAN-BRUTON COMPANY, 50 Uniom Square, New York Gty
BUY FROM DEALER OR SEND IOtSTAMPSTOUS)
HAVE A VOICE IN
USINQ OF FUND
HUE OF MUSIC
IN THE HOI
(From the Grange Bulletin)
Americans are too apt to think of
the word value, only In connection
-with dollars and cents. Alas, for the
man whose object Is to accumulate
material things. He is no better off
Chan the beggars whose only aim is
to lire from hand to mouth. We were
all placed here so to pass our days,
with actions which will make every
moment richer in beauty. And the
master minds tell us, that real hap
piness comes when we cultivate our
sense of the beautiful.
On the other hand it is now gener
ally known that our health and hap
piness suffer from suppression of the
emotions. The "best example of per
iod health and overflowing Joy and
activity is found in little children from
one to four years of age. During this
stage their emotions have full play.
They shout with laughter whenever
tlic impulse prompts, or burst into a
'flood of tears when their feelings are
-wounded. Like the birds they sing if
'they feel happy. Now If children like
'"grown ups" suppressed their emo
'tlons, they -could not for a moment be
:so plump and rosy and full of fun.
- So although custom and etiquette
'.teaches to the contrary, let us follow
iiiature's plan and give outward ex
pression to all of our pent up feelings.
iAnd we have no better medium of ex
pression than music. Through the
use of music we can keep alive the
.emotions that mean so much to our
.health and happiness.
There is no place like home in
,-whlch to express all emotions. And
there are times even in the best of
homes when the tension becomes
'tiglit. Every member of the family
'feels secretly the nervous strain.
Mother Is weary of darning and cook
ing, the business wrinkle in father's
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forehead is deepening, sister is find
ing life humdrum and tho boys are
growing tired of the old place. Sister
finds an old song book called, Old
Tunes and Melodies, and sits down
to the old battered piano to try some
of them. Soon father looks at mother
and mother looks at him. Why that
Is a piece they sang together at the
little singing school Just 23 years ago.
They smile, provoked by memories'
and the knot in their thread of life
is untied. Brother stops his nervous
whistle and goes over to try the tenor
part. Soon they are gathered around
the piano, sing or hum together till
that pent up feeling has gone and they
retire for the night relaxed in mind
ind body and with a feeling of unity.
Next day the dishes are done to a
rollicking tune. The hoe was not
heavy for it kept time to a tune run
ning through your mind. Can any one
leny that music had no value in that
lome? But you say "This is the Ideal"
!n our home no one plays, no one
lines, we even lack an instrument. If
I f.hat Iamcntable'tact be true then let
js set about to better conditions. If
.here is no instrument get one if
possible. If we can have no Instru
ment or lessons, then let us hare a
ncchanical player of some fcort.
Money spent for a good graphophone
'a well invested, let me plead with you
o buy only the best records. Bad
-nusic like bad books is better left
ilone. Better no music than bad
But there is so much good music
In this big world we can have it. And
after a trying dayB work if we can be
at home fn our favorite chairs and
listen to records of some of the
world's greatest musicians, we will
be stimulated and refreshed But if
we oven lack funds for a talking
'machine let us still remember that
God gave each of us a voice. Very
few people can sing well, but all can
sing. Some of the notions that have
given us our greatest music and mu
sicians have a custom of community
tho words of all the folks songs in
ihnlr lnneuncn. That reti u I res no in-
Istrument, lio instruction, no talent.
Just a family circle. We have such
beautiful folk pongs, it would be worth
while to commit them. Think of Amer
ica, Dixie Land, Homo Sweet Home,
Old Folks at Home, Rocked in the
Cradle of the Deep, Old Oaken Bucket,
Annlo Laurie, Auld Lang Syne, and
then some of those grand old hymns,
Coronation, Lead Kindly Light and
hundreds of others Just as full of har
mony. Lot us learn them and above
ill sing them in our homes. Homes
where In all tho boys and girls are
present at the hour of retiring to Join
fn a song are not the homes that are
grieving over somo loved one follow
ing a life of sin in after years. Take
tho farmer's problem of keeping his
boys and girls at homo.
Tho Immigration to the cities has
been enormous and unhealthy. How
Is it to be stopped? Tho only an
swer is to raako tho intellectual, phy.
steal and artistic lifo on the farm
moro stimulating and moro attractive.
That music is dostlnod to play a most
Important part in doing this con be
(Continued from l'ngo 1.)
Inont members In imlor to lend
the moral support of your or
ganization to the cause, ami
prevent wasted effort on tho
part of Mr, Calllson.
If you can stir up n little
ppeclal enthusiasm before Mr.
Cnlllson's arrival, by special
meeting or othorwlBO, it will
help wonderfully in tho net re
sults. Also if your committee
will bo all primed, and ready to
suggest persons to bo called Up
on it will save valuable time.
All contributions nro being
paid In cash or In checks mado
payable to the Lano County Ex
position Fund; not to any individual.
This is tho wholo story ex
cept that when yoti meet Mr.
Calllson you will, understand
why wo spoak with conviction
when we say that tho ontlro
fund will be raised, and raised
within tho time allotted.
Very truly yours,
EUGENE COMMERCIAL CLUB
S. DIKE HOOPER,
Made in Springfield
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Patronize the Payroll of Your Home Town
readily soon. Saloons, danco halls,
questionable resorts of all descrip
tion found In cities always havo tho
best music available. Why? Bccauso
they know people will como to hear.
Most men and womon spond a great
part of their lives corning and living
and it seems a necessity that music
should enter tholr lives largely and
constantly in tholr homes of relaxa
tion, in order tholr lives may nqt bo
merely animal. Tho person who trios
to do without music blots one of his
God given privileges. Tho following j
clipping from n musical magazlno tells
us tho benefit of singing to health.
The Healthful Benefits of Singing.
The valuo of singing from the mere
physical standpoint is now becoming
moro and moro recognized by phy
sicians. Albert B. Bach, in his Prin
ciples of Singing, tells us, "Tho regu
lar daily practice of singing strength
ens not only tho lungs and tho volco,
but the wholo constitution. Tho deaf
and dumb havo therefore a defective
development of the thorax and the
volco and arc disposed to consump
tion, and the greater part of them do
part from this lifo In their youthful
days, after the breaking of tholr voice.
Dr. Meissner gives n list of fifty-one
pupils who died at the Leipzig Deaf
and Dumb Institution; In forty-nlno
cases the causo of death is given, and
In not Ie3s than thirty-two of these
the cause was disease of tho lungs.
"Not only for technical but also for
sanitary icasons should children from
their seventh year sing, daily vocal
exercises within tho compass of a
sixth or octave. Tho earlier In Ilfo
a child begins to sing, the more easily
and sooner does ho widen his thorax,
tho parts of which aro In childhood
cartilaginous, and therefore especially
capable of expansion. The organs
of the voice havo also at the early
age the greatest flexibility and pli
ancy: through deep inspirations and
full .expirations they strengthen tho
Inner parts, and tho development of
the inner organs fa as important for
the health as that of the external ones.
Physicians have therefore recom
mended singing at an early age as a
remedy against consumption."
And so in summing up these few
poorly arranged facts, we find that
musfc has a very great value in tho
homo in that it binds the members
of the home circle moro closely to;
gather, helps to keep younger mem
bers in that home circle, gives plea
sure to all, Is healthful and helps all
in soul development. What moro
could wo ask. Music, God's gift to
men. The only art of heaven given to
earth. The only art of earth wo take
FARMERS OF AMERICA
PREPARE TO FEED WORLD
Record Acreages For All Prin
cipal Crops Planted.
Washington, July 8. Amer.r
Jean farmers, confronted with
feeding the world while Europe
In at war, have planted record
acreages of all principal crops.
Moreover, official estimates
made public today by the de
partment of agriculture disclose
prospects' of production exceed
ing the average of the last six
years in almost every Import
Based on the growing con
ditions on July 1, some food
stuffs crops give- promise of new,
records. Their money values
promise records according!
House of Quality
You get your money's worth J
when you trade at
I Eggimann's Candy Kitchen t
Wedding and Party Cakes a
Bread, Pies, Cakes, Cookies, otc.
t S. Young, - Proprietor I
I IF YOU HAVE NEVER TRIED
THE SPRINGFIELD CREAMERY
CI IAS. BARKMAN, Manager
Try is and bo convinced that It pays to
patronize home Industries.
: SPENDS ITS MONEY AT HOME :
The Lane County News divided Its
expenditures last year, thus:
Supplies bought outside of Spring
field. Including paper and now
machinery 201 p. c.
Supplies bought In Springfield, in
cluding ront, otc 19,1 p. c.
Payroll, entirely In Springfield 60.5 p. C.
80 Spent at. Home I
Thoru wnn n inlllor by tho imino of Brook,
llo was running tho mill down In 11 sly little
llo wm innking flour to supply tho demand,
Ai tho flour was so good ho couldn't koop any
Tlio naino of this flour wan Ilnkoro and you
lot tt Junt RUltml thoni nil. Hold by nil grocora
and Springfield Flour Mill.
S. II. UAKKIt, Prop,
. t . , 1 1
Springfield Planing Mill
SASH, DOOItS, MOULDIN08. BRACKETS,
TUIIN1NO, STAIIl UUILDINGQ,
Extension Tabled, Drop lioaf Tabled, IlBronk
fast Tables, Kitchen CnblnoUi, CupboardH,
Bafoa, Stop Ladders. Fruit lloxon
Horry Crates, Folding Clothes Hacks.
For light, heat und power.
"Mado in Springfield."
Oregon Power Co!
Another Springfield Industry to
place their ctird in this space.
Telephone Us Your Order Today
Com, greatest and most valu- 1
aole of all American farm pro
ducts, shows an area of 109,-j
273,000 acres half a million j
more than ever planted to that
crop before and Is expected to
produce 2,814,000,000 bushels, i Pnnt Butter Wrappers
LUOiniU VVVL U11U I.UIU
for seven weeks which has re
tarded growth and cultivation
In the important corn states
and forced the condition 3.C per
cent below the ten year aver
age, the new crop nevertheless,
is estimated to be 100,000,000
bushels greater than the last
ten years average and 141,000,
000 greater than last year's pror
The outlook for the billion
bushels wheat crop yield con
tinues to grow. Latest esti
mates raise the prospective pro
duction to 903,000,000 bushels,
an increase of thirteen million
bushels since the last estimate.
Winter wheat, however, shows
a 9.7 per cent drop In condition
which reduces its prospective
production. 8,000,000 bushels.
That Is ascribed to. rains in Ne
braska, Kansas 'and Oklahoma.
Other states were reported
the same or Letter than a
month ago. The Hessian fly's
depredatolns are not reflected
in the June report.
Those reports now at hand
in the department of agricul
ture, show that corn, winter
wheat, pats, white and sweet
potatoes and rice are growing
on record acreages.
Tillamook Arena Construc
tion Co., Salem, lowest bidder
on county highway.
St. Helens Lamb Timber Co
building logging railroad to
Bay City Bids for street Im
provements received to July 15.
Union County has up $400,
000 good roads bond Issue.
The Lane County News.