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Steve Bowies returned Friday
night from, n hunting trip of two
weeks nt Wlthrow's camp, below
Miss Florence Gnllowny ar
rived from Brownsville Fridny
evening for a visit with Miss Eve
The eight-year-old son of Mrs.
Kaurin underwent an operation
Saturday for the removal of ton
sils and adnoids.
I. V. Jackson, local manager
of the Pacific States Telephone
company, made a business trip
to Marcola Friday.
Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Barr left by
automobile Sunday morning on
their way to Culver, eastern Ore
gon, where they will locate.
m w m
Frank Moore, who sustained
a oroKen uacu m an automooue
Portland, Oct. 2. As n com
missioner extraordinary of the
attorney general of tho United
States, S. W. Williams, head of
all government litigation In con
nection with public lands, ar
rived in Portland this morning
to begin n personal investigation
of the conditions surrounding
tho Oregon & California railroad
Largely on information which
Mr. Williams presents, Attorney
General Gregory will base his
report to congress. The attor
ney general's report to congress
-will probably be the most impor
tant presentation influencing
the action of that body when it
legislates in pursuance of the
mandate of the supreme court
ordering the disposal of the designed as a symposium on the by the commission.
lands. I subject. There Mr. Williams "The fruit must bo highly col
"I am here to get first-hand discussed the facts surrounding ored," says Professor Lewis,
information from the people ; the grant with Senator Cham-1 "and of uniform size true to
most intimately connected wtih berlain, former Governor West, 'type. Fruit of the 9G-nnck is
the grant," said Mr. Williams in Claude McCulloch and Louis L. preferable and variations bc
the office of United States Dis-isnar chjef Qf the field division iond SS to 112 will not be accept-
of the general land office. led. Oregon has established .a
Mr. Williams spent 17 years splendid reputation and It Is to
in the department with public, be hoped that growers will take
lands. For sereval years he has sufficient pride in their Industry
been in the office of the attorney j to come forward and assist in
sreneral and in charge of all lit!-; the work of making a new col-
gation bearing on public lands. J lection equal or superior to then
accident near Irving several today.
months ago,, is now nblo to Bit
up in a wheeled chair nt tho
hospital In Eugene where he la
Mrs. James Laxton, who was
taken to tho Springfield hospital
last week for an operation! was
able to return to her homo to-,
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Conloy of
Wnltorvillo spent tho week end
wtih the lattor8 parents Mr. and
Mrs. N. II. SIgnor and other rel
Andy Allqn of Portland visited
the week-end with Georgo and
Dave England. He loft Sunday
for Roseburg and other points
to tho south.
Alex McKinzey, manager of
the Hampton store, suffered an
attack of appendicitis Saturday
night, and was very sick Sun
day. He was much improved
Istlng when I loft here. I hnvo Julunild (to prepared by nddlnK to tin ! unless (hoy nro ntorcil nwny in damp
never seen moro genuine Inter- Hour from a to 6 per coul powdered houses. Now. I.oltor.
eat 8iiovn in any runners' meet- wane nrsoniu tpouton) nna men unnm
Ing than in Salem last night.
"Oregon butter and cheeso
ranks with tho best of tho Mid
The attorney general wants
to learn how the people of Ore
gon who are right on the grant
think that it f ought to be dis
To" get this information Mr.
Williams expects to make a per
sonal trip over the section of the
state covered by the grant. He"
llorcVi to tho follow who thumps his
An the' twilight fadon nwny,
Ami proudly snorts "I havo dono my
Tho host that I know, today."
Whether ho stands In tho Hull of. Fnmo
Whero tho proudest duty calls,
Or with calloused h an nils and an ob
Ho tolled In overalls;
Do ho old or young, or rich or poor,
Or sluipla or wondrous wlso,
If ho did his bqst, you can ask no moro
Prom an nngol In tho sklo.i .
Soino other follow may boat his tlmo,
May saw a heap moro wood;
Hut his rest Is swcot and his dreams
Who has dono tho best ho could ;
Whother ho's fat, or thin as a rail,
Humble or puffed with prldo.
When ho's dono his best, that old word
Must hunt fqr a placo to hide.
And when ho's dono with the cares
And tho fleeting things of tlmo,
As he faces tho Rates of tho other llfo,
In that boautlful, blissful cllmo,
i As ho hikes to tho land of spirits wlord 1
Abovo tho nzuro bluo,
He'll sco St. Totor strok'o his beard
And hark to his loud bazoo:
"There's a scat and a harp and n
crown In there,
You can enter otornal rest,
For nil who dwell In that city fair,
Are tho follows who did tholr best"
He has 'done much work in con
nection with the O. & C. cases
and wrote the brief which went
to the supreme court in the
Is already familiar with all the;B ooth-Kelly case,
legal phases of the matter. Apparently Mr. Williams has
Just what he will do and just come to 0regon with no pre-
wnat sort oi an investigation ne; conceIved notions as to the
will make Air. Williams will Jiot
say. In fact, his mission to Ore
gon, he says, is to get informa
tion, not to give it. However,
he said this morning that what
he reports to Mr. Gregory would
manner in which the lands on
the grant should be disposed of.
"There are two sides to the
matter, of course," he said.
"Some people say the lands
ought to be sold,at $2.50 an
acre; the railroads say they
should be paid fertile timber in
"What is the attorney gener
al's policy going to be in this' ddiUon to that Jmount &.ery.
matter.' ne was asKea. thi t be taken int0 consid
X licit. O JUOL WUUl UCO OCllL projnn '
Many of the questions asked
by Mr. Williams this morning
were of such a detailed nature
me. here to find out," replied Mr.
Williams "That is, lie has
sent me to gather information
so that he may formulate a
immyr.auu "lo m records or an actual eX
Mr. Williams spent the morn
ing with United States District
Attorney Reames, in whose of-
fice th O. & C. cases have been PIZE OREGON APPLES
passed and the 0. & C. location
At noon today he was the
giiest'of Mr. Reames at a lunch
at A Ol.
The Commission in speaking
of this competition calls atten
tion to the fact that It is reliable
reported that one of the mlddlo
western states is collecting an
entire carload of horticultural
products to be shipped to the
Exposition for exhibit. The com
petition promises to be the hard
est Oregon has ever before been
up against and Oregon will have
to be there with the goods.
Nearly 2,000.000 women In
United States work in tho fields.
SILVER FISH A PEST
iflll..t,l lUnlim I.. I. ..II I.. I.. II. I..
oMiwtiiuiit ,iui mill nut, i, turn
paste. This ohould h6 spread upon
cardboard and allowed lo dry. Tho
preparation, howovor, In poisonous to
huiunil beings as well ns to Insects and
It must bo used with tho Utmost euro.
Tho Innact which doos tho damaRO Is
known by h number of popular namos,
such am nllvoWlsh, silver louso, silver
wltoh, sugnr-nsh, etc. It owes theso
namos to Its pocultnr flshllko form and
Its scaly glistening body. As long ngo
ns, 1605 It Was described as "a very
small silvery shining worm or moth
which 1 found much convorsant ninongi
books and pnpors." It Is about one
third of nn Inch In luiiRth, tnporlnR
from noar tho. head to tliu extremity of
tho body, and iiomowhat resombles a
worm In apearanco. Its ontlro body Is
covered with very mlnuto scales,
which rIvo It Its shiny nppoaranco, and
Its six Iors cnnblo It to run about with'
Tho sllvorfish Is ono of tho most nor-
tous posts known to libraries, for It Is
particularly fond of tho pnsto usod In
thobtndlng of books. Hoavlly gtaied
paper Is also attractive to It. Btnrch'
oil clothing, linen, or rurtatiiH may
bo seriously dnmnged If left undis
turbed for any consldurnblo period of
tinier and tho Insect also feeds upon
tho Hturch pnsto. nppllod to wnll paper.
Uy eatliiR this, It causes tho wnll paper
to scale off. OccoHlonnlly It Rets Into
vegetable drtiRii or similar material
which Is loft undisturbed for Ionic per
lods, and It Is nn opou question
whelhor or- not It over attacks- car
pets and plush-covered furniture. A
somewhat jdmllnr Insect Is commonly
onlled In England a "flrobrnt" bocnuso
of Its foundnosg for ovons and tiro
pljtcos, whoro the heat would destroy
Atnnuc the rumr-dln for thin linnso.
tu0 bold pest In addition to tho poisoned
pnsto In pyrothrum. Wherever this
can be applied, ns ou bookshelves, It
furulshos one of tho best menus for
RottltiR rid of tho Insect. Sodium
by tlourld, which Is now recognized ns
Notice f6h puulicAtion
Dapnrtment of tho Interior
V. 8. I,nnil Oltloo nt llosoburg, Oro
Con. Hoptombur 14, 1D1G.
Notice In horoby Riven (lint Hlchnrd
CI. Hall of Illiio River, Oregon, who, nu
October U, 1010, mndo Homoslond Kn
try, Sorlnl No. 00070, for tho N, of
HHlir MOW of BI3M, and NlW of
HWVi of Section 1, township 10 H,
ltnnRo 4 13, Willamette Meridian, has
fllod notice of Intention to mnko Flnnl
Flvo-yonr proof, to establish clnlm to
tho Innd abovo doscrlhod, bofora I, V,
Hewitt, U. H, Commlsslouor, nt his of
llro. nt KiiKono. Oronon. on tho 25th
dny of Octobor, 101(5.
Clnlmnut nnmcs ns wl nossos:
Sloven A, lenders, of llluo Hlvor, Oro
Ron; Albert 11. Ausmnn, of Uluo lllv.
or, OroRon; Wllllnm Nosbath, of llluo
Itlvor, OroRon; 1'enry O'Drlcn, of llluo
J, M. UPTON.
OREGON DOES RIGHT IN
SAYS IOWA PROFESSOR
"The people of any section
that sells its grain and corn is
simply selling raw material to
'For'Sale, Rent, Wanted, Etc.
... - another country which will sell
as would require searching of , . , J. . . t
' ... , . , the finished product at a higher
. . , , , . .iprlce," said Professor M. Mor-
amination of the lands involved , ! . . .
itensen, in charge of the dairy
toansw , ! department of the Iowa State
I Mr. Mortensen Is known in
WANTED FOR EXHIBIT Portiand as the manager of the
Hazelwood Cream company un
til seven years ago. He left Port
land to take the position in the
Iowa institution. He has been
acting as judge of cheese and
butter at the state fair at Salem.
"When the grain and corn is
sent away the soil of that dis
trict is depleted. In New Eng
land you can buy farms for less
than the cost of the buildings.
I was back in Denmark last year.
'ed a keen .competition among. During the past 17 years Den-
or'will trade for a good horse growers of other states some of mark has increased the excess
also spring oats. Inquire at:whomjare putting forth almost of the exportation of her agri-
SSiYJ5?: J super-human effort to defeat j cultural products over the im-
FOUtyD BUNCR of flat keys. ! Oregon and land the prizes for j ports from $28,000,000 to $74,-
ApatNew8 omce. 71 j themselves. In order to' hold the j 000,000. That has involved an
SPRINGFIELD PROPERTY for ; nonors Inuy won and make J increase in the productivity of
Sale or Trade. Address Box5t -Pam tnat tne corP ' I914, the soil of 53.2 per cent. In the
5, route 1. 68-9 was not exceptional, it will De early '80s the people of Den-
' ".necessary for the Oregon grow- mark were practically bankrupt.
I i oro in nnmn fnrwnrrl wltli nn
Housewives who nro nnnoyod
damage dono by Insects to tholr books, ono of tho most ofllclent ronch pow
papers, clothing, and other n'rtlclos dors, will probably nlao bo equnlly
containing Btnrch arc advised by tho effective nRnlust tho sllverflnh. It may
department to sprend a poisoned panto be dusted by hand or applied with a
upon bits of cardboard and tuck theso powder blower wherever tho silver-
Into crovlccs In bookshelves, backs of fish Is likely to occur. Frequent hand
mantels, undor wnshbonrds, nud In ling and alrlnR of starched clothing
tho bottom of bureau and bookenso and similar objects will probably bo
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of tho Interior,
V. H. Lnud Oltloo nt HoseburR, Oro-
rod, September SO, 101C.
Notice Is horoby Riven thnt Itobort
11. Nosbltl, of It. K. 1). No. 1, Croswoll,
Oro., who, on Novombor 4, 1013, mndo
Adjoining Farm Homestead Kntry, No.
00170, for Lot 6, Section SO, Township
18 S. ItniiRO 2 W, Wltlnmotto Meridian,
has filed notice of Intention to mnko
Final Commutation Proof, to establish
claim to tho land nbovo described,
before I. P. llowltt U. 8. Commis
sioner, at his olllco, nt Kuroiio, Oro
koii, on tho l dny of Novembur, 101C,
Clnlmnut names nn witnesses: Thomas
J. Klllott, of It. P. D. No. 1, Croswoll,
Oregon; Levi Caslemnn, of It, F. D.
No. 1, Creswell, Oregon; Fred Cook,
of It. F. I). No. 1, Croswoll, Oregon;
Henry Ncoblt, or It. F. I). No. 1, Cros
well, Oregon. tnw to Oct 23
A thin boiled Btnrch pasto sufllclont to prevent Injury to theso docensud.
NOTICE TO CHEOITOR3
Notice Is horoby Riven thnt tho tin
dorslRiiod has been appointed by tho
County Court of I-uno County, OroKon,
ndmlnlstrntrlx with tho will nunexod
of tho ustnto of James At IChbort, do
ceased. All persons having claims
itRalnst said eatato nro hereby noti
fied to present tho snmo duly verified
and with tho proper vouchors to tho
administratrix nt tho First National
llnnk of SprliiKllold, Oregon, within
six mouths from tho date of tho first
publication of this notice
Date of tho 11 rut publication of this
notice September 27, 1015.
Administratrix with tho will nnnox
cd of tho cstntu of James A. Gbbort,
LOST Gold Watch. Return to
News office and secure reward
Oregon Agricultural College,
Corvellis, Sept, 27. Oregon su
premacy in the production of
agricultural and horticultural
products at the Panama-Pacific
Exposition is going to be very
strongly challenged lor tne lvuo
medals and other awards were
won by Oregon's exhibits of the
crop of 1914 and this has arous-
FOR SALJ3 A good motorcycle
HORSES FOR SALE
want a hnrirflln ilnn'f fatl fn
see them. Must sell this week !other collection of prize winning
They raised beef cattle, and
made little money at it. Sud-
Also household goods for sale (exhibits of the 1915 crop. In the denly they all turned to dairy
J. F. Martin, 645 A street. 68
horticultural department they
have asked the assistance jof
lTrtP SAT l? TMrat nnaa Tm-navl
cow, giving a good flow milk ' 1?rof essor c- J- Lewis, of the
See E. M. Crawford, Spring- Agricultural College, in securing
field Junction. a collection of prize-winning
WANTED A gentle saddle pony
for a lady to ride this winter
for its keeping. Address P.
O. Box .55, or call at 1G7 Mill
FOR SALE -At a bargain close
in residence lot. Browning
FOR SALE OR TRADE-rrNew
six room bungalow Ion im
proved lot 50x1.50, trees, out
side city limits, city water,,
sewerage, wired for electric
lights, one bJo,?k from mac
adam street,,. vyUL tr10' for
a Springfield property, Address
E. R. Spencerj Cottage Grove
Oregon apples as follows:
ipg, and they created a market
in England for their products.
But they started without either
dairy cattle or iflarket.
"In Iowa the town with the
largest bank deposit per capita
Two 5-box entries of Grimes Jb Monticello, which has a largo
Golden; two 5-box entries, King j creamery. Wherever the pro
of Thompkins County; two 5- ducts of the soil are sent away
box entries of Northern
and one 5-box of Wagner.
and sold as raw material, It is
a case of everything being taken
Professor Lewis would like to out of the soil and nothing put
have any grower who in inspect-1 back. ' Consequently It is the
lng-or harvesting his apple crop ;places where the jlnlshed pro-
finds specimens to fill any or all; duct Is sold that are tho moot
'of one or more of these classes
to write him at the College the
particulars concerning the fruit,
Professor Lewis wiU reply givr
"The Oregon people are doing
just right-In doveloplng.a great
dairy. Industry, and there. ar
ing directions for packing and numbers of very fine dairy cattlo
1.1..f 11.. 1 1 i ' . .. .
BiHppiuB wie mm, payment 103 in-tno state. 1 notlce-a big im
which will probably be arranged provement over conditions ex
Hade in Springfield
House of Quality
-When you want good candy
call at Eggimann's Candy Kit
chen. Best by Test.
Eggimann's Candy Kitchen
BALED HAY $10.00
For good vnluoa,
For Rood broad,
Uso llakoro and Knoxnll Flour.
All kinds of Feed cheap.
Will do feed chopping for $1.50 n ton.
SPRINGFIELD FLOUR MILLS
Bread, Pie3, Cakes, Cookies, etc.
Wedding and Party Cakes a
S. Young, - Proprietor
IF YOU HAVE NEVER TRIED
f.TTAS. TtARKMAN. Mananrer
Springfield Planing Mill
. Company .
SASH, DOORS. MOULDINOS, IlltACKKTS,
TUIININO, STAIR I1U1LDINOO,
Extension Tabloa, Drop Loaf Tnblos, IJHroalc
fast Tnblos, Kitchen Cabinets, Cupboards,
Safes, Stop Ladders, Fruit Uoxep
" orry Crates, Folding Clothes Racks.
The Springfield Creamery I
Try is and be convinced that It pays to
patronize home indifstrles.
For light, heat and power.
"Made in Springfield."
SPENDS ITS MONEY AT HOME
The Lane County News divided Us
expenditures last year, thusr.
Supplies bought outside of Sprlug
fflelrt. Including paper and now
.machinery f-20,4p. c.
fiiimilli'B boucht IK .SnrlliEfleld; 'In
cluding rent, e,to , 19.1 p..C
Payroll, entirely in.apnngTi.eja.,,...u,o p. C. '
: 80 Spent, at M?nl
Oregon Power Co. I
Anothej; Springfield industry to
placo their card iu this space.