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MAY SELL UNLABELED
m Oregon farmers-may sell seed
of their awn growing pn .their
own premises to purchasers that
buy for their own use. This, not
withstanding the rigid law re
quiring that all seed offered for
sale in quantities greater than
one pound shall be labeled with
the percentages of purity and
viability. It is pointed out by
the Agricultural College Press
Bulletins that any possible in
convenience in buying seed un
der the new law may be over
come in this way and that not
only seeds free from weed seed
and of strong germinating pow
er may be secured by farmers
and gardeners, but that the
home-grown seed will also have
ascertain amount of acclimatiza
tion. All these factor) enter
largely into the problem of a
good crop yield next season.
There Is mora Catarrh In this section of '
tho country than all other diseases put
together, and until the Inst few rear
was supposed to ba Incurable. For a
crcat many years doctors pronounced It n ,
local disease and prescribed loci I rcme- ,
dies, and by constantly falling to cure
with local treatment, pronounced It Incur- ;
able. Science has proven Catarrh to be a ,
constitutional disease, and therefore re- '
quires constitutional treatment Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured' by F. J.
Chcny & Co.. Toledo. Ohio. Is the only
Constitutional euro on the market. It Is 1
-tnken Internally. It acts directly on tho
Wood and mucous surfaces of the system.
They offer one hundred dollars for any
case It falls to cure. Send for circulars
Addrew: F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.
Sold by Druggists, ;ec
Take Haifa Family rills for constipation
SPRAY FOR WEED CONTROL
Report of the Condition 'of tUe,
COMMERCIAL STATE BANK
ot Springfield, at Springfield, In tho
Stato ot Oregon, nt tho close of busi
ness SopU 2nd, 1915:
"About tho only sprays that I
know of used successfully in tho
control of weeds nro used pri
marily to prevent seeding," says
II. S. Hammond of tho 0. A. C.
Botany department. "Three of i-oms nnd discounts ..... ..Mi,972.os
iw ,,m. n,,r,,i i ttmiiwio OvonlntttH. secured mid un
uiu iuuov vuiuiiivfu in u jittto i secured SO 18
of copper sulphate, or 100lBomU and' warrants!"!!!! 4.717.M
pounds iron sulphate or 110 of Hanking house h.ogr.sl
common salt, each dlsolved In Furniture nnd fixtures G.coo.ou
50 gallons of water. This will Dtthe1om PProVcd ro8orvo f.
make enough weed spray to cov-1 Chock8 na other cash ucms '' 72!oo
er one acre. It "will not destroy i cash on hand 2.737.70
tno plants, nut it win ninucr nnu
nrevent seed formation." Tins
Capital stock paid In $3O.000;0Q!
.will control annuals and retard
dovclonment of somo ncrennlals.
but tho best way to eradicato ' Surplus fund
such plants as tho Canada thistle
is to keep them down for a few
months by hoe cuttings, when
the root portion will gradually
die of starvation.
The graveled roads and drive
ways about the O. A. C. campus
I,nt., tntn,) tr. nNO nil
Most of these roads were con-,stnt0 of'qreVonV bounty 'of 'Lane, sV
structed a couple of years ag i, o. n. Kessey, Cashior of tho
and have Stood up well under i above-named bank, do solemnly swear
Mif lionw ctriin nf rnnmiis nen : that 'the above statement is truo to
tne neavj strain 01 campus use , b f kn0wicdKo nnd belief,
and scores of automobiles that ! o. n. KESSEY.
daily pass over them on busi-j ' ' Cashier,
ness or sightseeing. Clay and . correct Attest:
the dust of wearing gravel have j weluy stevens,
1 M. M. l'EEUY.
Uwv u. umu,.,s Directors.
Undivided profits, less ox-
penscB and taxes paid ...
Individual deposits Biibjcct
Domand ccrttftcates ot do
posit . .
Certified checks ..........
Time und savings doposltB..
Dills payable for money borrowed
used up to the present.
Commercial printing carefully
executed at the News
I Subscribed and sworn to boforo mo
this 10th day of SopL 1915.
F. h. TKAVIS,
(Seal) Notary Public
My commission expires Nov. 10. 1910.,
Offer one of the big means of advertising,
but they lack the ability to get into the
homes of the buyers. That is where the
Lane County News goes twice each- week
with its big budget of Springfield News. Tell
your story of bargains in The News and get
The law requires that all butter offered for
sale shall bear the name and address of the
makea and weight of the package. Writing
these by hand is top slow; get them printed
on vegetable parchment with special non-oil
ink. 100 for $1; 200 for $1.35; 500 $2.40.
The letter head, envelope and statement are
the means by which the business man visits
his customers. Neat printing raises the esti
mate the recipient has of the business house.
Let the News Printery work out a catchy
letter head design for you.
The News has just designed an envelope with
a concise resume of Springfield's advantages.
There is ample space for the address and for
the return card, and the extra cost is nominal
Linotyping for the Trade
COX & COX
' For Your
Boys School Shoes $2.00 t0$4.00
Boys' High Top shoes $2.25 to 4.00
Girls School Shoes . .$1.50 to 3.00
Children's school shoca 75 C lo $2.00
Men's Dress Shoes, W. L. Douglas'
Best on Earth, for $4,U0
Florshelin Dress Shoes, $$ and $5.50
Solid Leather Work Shoos $3 to 4.50
High TQp Shoes $5to$8
Big Assortment of Women's Shoes from
the sturdy Gun Metal at $2.50 t0 tno
latest li Cut Lace Boot at $3.50
We are showing a splendid lino of boys'
school suits, many with two pair full lined
Pants $3.50 to $8.00
MEN'S SUITS $10.00 $25.
Warm Coats for th"o Little FoIIih, all tho,
$2.50 to $6.00
Misses' Belted backs and Plain Stylo Coats
$3.50 to $10.00 , v.
Women's CoatH, all Styles.
$7.00 to $18.00
All slz'os In tho most florvlcenblo Craven
otto. Also slicker coats for tho school
All Wool Mncklnaws, 'all Coloro $5.00
See tho Popular "Riverside" Bahnacaans
with set-in sleeves at $12.50
20c Bulk Coffeo, 2 pounds for only 35 C
German-American Coffee 30c l'ound, 3 lbs. for 85c
3 Packages Gloss Starch for ..; 20c
1 pound Diamond W Baking Powder . ..1 20c
White Bear Soap, pure whlto Laundry soap, U bars 25 C
25c package Boraxald Soap Powder , -20c
Boostor Brand Flour, sack $1.35 barrel $5.25
Dallas Patent. Best Hard Wheat Flour, sack . .$1,65
Dallas Patent. Best Hard Wheat Flour, barrel $6.40
Jap Rice, l pounds for 25 C
Whlto Beans, 15 pounds for $1.00
1 pound" Lunch Box Dixie Queen Tobacco 45 C
1 pound Lunch Box Red Crest Tobacco 45c
Economy jars, pints 75 C
Economy jars, quarts 90c
Economy jars, l-2 gallons $1.20
Mason jars, pints 45 C
Mason jars, quarts 55 C
Mason jars, 1-2. gallons 80 C
Easy Seal Jars, pints ......
Easy Seal jars, quarts- j. .
Easy Seal Jars, 1-2 gallons
-Goldon Stnto Masons
CGX & COX,.
: : : Oregon
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THE OLD FASHIONED FAMILY
If you livo in, or noar, a town ot
any considerable itizo, you have pro
bably often wondered 'whether tho so
cial progress of tho ago hnsn't sent tho
old-faBhloned family to tho attic to
eather dust with other relics of a by-
some day. You realize that tlmos and
customs change, and change rapidly J
In a young country llko ours; but you
can't help regretting tho passing of
some things for .which it is difficult to
imagine an acceptable substitute.
One of these things is tho old-tlmo
self-centered and solf-sutllcient family.
This describes tho family In which tho
mothor was the sheet anchor, recount
or of fairy lore and teacher of the al
phabet to tho babes, infallible In
structor In morals and mannors to tho
growing youth, tho trained nurdo In
'sickness, tho guide of small hands
In all household handicrafts, and coun
selor to the fathor who wub not only
companion and provider, but, when oc
casion required, tho disciplinarian as
woll. Today, yqu havo probably felt
tho force of competition In modern
agencies for child training and havo
at least partially turned your children
over to outsldo teachors who seek to
supplement, If not supplant, tho work
of the untrained parent. Your toy)
probably yields ulleglanco to a scout
mastor. If ydur village school is thor
oughly up-to-dato, It has an agricul
tural courso In which y?ur boys loams'
tjio principles lying bohlnd tho work
which ho industriously sidesteps at
homo, and your girl learns to make
bread In tho laboratory of the class in
domestic economy, instead of In your
kitchen, ijjomo of tho things which
you thought growing youth should not
know, and so which you pretended not
to exist, aro now taught In classes de
voted to sex hyglono. In a word, so
ciety has said that It can do somo of
tho essential training of your children
better than you can do It yoursblf, and
It offors you opportunltly to shunt
somo of your responsibilities at homo,
while urging you to assume others
connected with the welfare of tho
raco. This may bo inevitable, and It
may bo best; perhaps society must
grow socialistic as it grows old, but
there Is an old type of Individual fam
ily lifo with which .wo can part only
with rogrot Rural Now Yorker.
requested to bid on olthor Oak, AbIi,
Maplo and Fir.
tSald wood to bo delivered at tho
City Hall In said town within ton daya
after tho letting of tho contract. '
Council reserves tho right to rojoct
any or nil bids.
Uy prdor of tho Common Council.
Dated this 1st day of Septonibor 1915.
Jli'JltUHllT IS. WAL-KQIl.
Coos County has $250,000 un
paid wararnts drawing interest.
More than that sum is due from
taxes on land grants held up by
Wendllng sawmill started with
force of 200 men Monday.
NOTICE TO WOOD C0NTRACTQR8
Notice Is hereby given that sealod
bids will bo rccolvod by II, IJ, Walker
Hccordor of tho Town or Sprlngllold,
Oregon, until 8 o'clock 1. M. Monday
September 13, 191B, for tho dollvory
to. tho Town of Springfield, Oregon, nt
tho City Hall In said town, Fifteen (16)
Cords of four foot wood, tylddors aro
Notice is herewith given that the.
County Surveyor ot Lane County, Oro-.
son hits filed in tho Olllco of tho
County Clork for uald County, his
"Cortlflcato of Completion" of work ou,
County Itoad No. 300-', In accordance,
wtlh Uonfrart with Jl.oylanco and Moav
singer, who havo completed said work,
and any poi-son? firm, oT corporation!
Having objections to flic, to tho comr
plotlpn of said work aro hereby noti
fied to do so within two wooks from
tho date of this Notlco, In tho olllco ot
tho County Clork.
Dated Soptembor 2, 19JC. ,
STACY M. RUSSELL. r
tS2-9-10 County Clork.
NOTICE OF MEETING OF BOARD
Notlco is horoby given that tho
Hoard of Equalization for Lane County,
Oregon; will attend at tho court houso
of said County on Monduy, September
13th, 1016, and continue In session for
Dated this 21st day of, August, 1916,
Don J. R Koonoy, ,
taw82-10 County AssoBsor. .
" When you come to Springfield, Ore,, try tho Elite Rooming
HamWi Klre-propf building-. 6'ur rates arg modest and the
bullding'ltfMnodern.and up-to-date. ' GoodHvarni qfllco and
a parlor for tho ladies, You aro always welcome. Try us,
J. P. FRY, Proprietor.