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About The Lane County news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1914-1916 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1916)
Editor and Mgr.
Published Every Monday nnd
Thursday by the Lane County
. Publishing Association.
KATES OF SUUSCltlPTIOX
Sr.. " i'liBO
g rates ffurnlsOfcfapill-
. Member of .the' NyiUarnettiiValtey
I u I nj.uwiinivjui
f MONDAY,4 JANUARY 10, 1916.
FLIGHTING THE CREAMERY
According to J. D. Micklc,
..state dairy and food commis
sioner, who spoKe at a meeting
!dftiie Oregon Dairymen's as
sociatioh at Corvallis last week,
, a combination exists among the
-n if .3 . . .1. 1 n. t,n t.
xruruuuu ucuuieiics wmtu uuaiinrougii cracKs in me snipiap, i
, for its purpose the curbing of
the activities of all country
creameries, and then the die-1
tntlon 'of the Drice of butter
uuion.,01 uie pnee 01. ouuer.
la order to meet qua situation
an organiaUon was projected,
-ana ic is Demg put mio operation
Whereby the CO-onerative Insti-iware
. . I
.tutions of the
unite in an effort to meet this
The only trouble with the plan ,the 3-inch wall at a crack near
is that it is too limited. The . the bottom,
efforts of the Portland creamer- j After burning forty-three
.ies are, aimed, not at the co-op-j minutes the fire was extinguish
.erative institutions alone, but at ed. It was found that all the
- all creameries not in the Port-metal-protected shlplap had
land combination. Turn in your 'been consumed, while the 3-inch
daily paper to the market quo-1 lumber was only charred three
tatioris, and you will find: fourths of an inch deep, showing
Portland, Jan. 8. Butter: City ,
.creamery cubes, fancy. 28c:
firsts,. :2u'c; seconds 24c; prints
and cartons, extra; country
creamery cubes, 24 27c.
. 1 In other words, the Portland
creameries are able to dictate
the price that shall be paid in
the city for all butter, and they
'impose' a differential of two to
four cents all the time against
the creamery in the country,
and this in spite of the,fact that
the country creamery must op-
erate under just the same state
laws in regard to sanitary
ures, color and grade of pro-
duct as do the city creameries.
How they are able to do it is
a mystery to the layman, but a
they seem to be able to get i
away with it. resisting qualities can be m-
Two laws of the recent ses-1 creased by treatment to make it
sion of the legislature also work ! slow-burning. Other nations
.out to the disadvantage of the,0"1"1 of wood' but nave a ?atl,
country creamery. Many cream-.o fire loss which is only a frac"
eries had been in the habit of tion of ours- The fault lies not
sending out wagons over given in our material. Oregonian.
"routes tq cdllect cj.-eam, and
'they paid to all the same price Is Springfield going to have a
whether the haul back to the part in the celebration at the
creamejy was long or short J opening of the Willamette-Pa-the
uniform price prevailed over cific to Coos bay? We fumlsh
the whole route. The legisla-'ed the gravel.
ture, through some plea that the I
more just way to pay was on a ' Who would think it possible
uniform price at the creamery, to have two snow storms in a
made a "uniform price" law. and month In Oregon. Oh, well It
iiow the creamery routes are might be a lot worse.
. being discontinued. The result t r r- r-
icthat the farmers, Upon whom THE LOS ANGELES TIMES'
now devolves the duty of bring-! m. MIDWINTER NUMBER
t f,1 Hvv, There is no more noted news-
Ing in the cream do so only annual .thanthe Midwinter
4 S&?nsth-e;v. have, other busiess. Number" of the Los Angeles
.Patrons wliose cream formerly Times, whose joyous issue for
reached the factory three times 1916 is just at hand. Southern
,f; . - l
' , . . 1
a -wee now cone out once,,
'and an inferior butter is the re -
' suit '
. ' ' ,
Uliariies are ireeiV mnilfi
too, jttwt the city creameries '
:send agents all over the state,
tiirklncr nut thp Inrepr rrpim
1 , b 1 .,. n.ercream
firoducers and Inducing them to
shin to Portland. First shin-
. , . "
.mpnts Invariably test a very
high grade of cream, and thus
.the country creamery, on the
. cround. meetinir its customprs
face to face and treating all of
them Impartially, loses a patron. ! thing he wants to Know about
This city competition, as we't!ie resources, prosperity and
stated, is aimed, not at the co-its of the Southland-the
f , , , . ; climate, the crops, the Industries
operative creamerips alone, but
at all not In the Portland trust,
and since all the country cream
eries are thus affected, any ef
" fort to correct the abuse should
not be limited to one class pf
country crcamerlesf but should
Include thom all.
LUMBER'S RESISTANCE JO
The persistent liopulnr delu
sion that wood la tho nio'3t dan
gerous, because the most easily
Inllanmiablo, of building mat'cr-
flals lias" been successfully at-
thcHc'd by me West coifst Lum
ber Manufacturers' Association
With a practical test? 1
A small house was built at
inn, nouhu us uum v
"inside out." One side
..,i i,,, o
nposcd of 's-lnch by S-
Inch shlplap, over which galvan
izcd Iron was nailed, while tl
InHioT - sides and roof were of
by G-Inch tongued and grooved
lumber. The 3-inch material was
painted, a flue 14 inches square
was built and a draft door was
made at the floor at tho opposite
Fire was started Inside tho
house, and in seven minutes the
naint began to burn. In ten
minutes dense sihoke. poured
i .. . . v
land nine minutes later it began Jsc stingy that thoy novor give a dlmojtho Section lino 24.00 chains to tho
flame outside the building. JL bo vMxxol '?u ftiShWWXhWsrnS
Twenty-five minutes after the J " "l 0 B , u , 2 West, thenco South 37.20 chains to
fir Qtnrtr.fl thn AntM-nt tho t.l Thcro nro 8om? poop' wh0' w,,on tho Southeast corner of said D. U. C,
nre. Started UIO outside Of the $-thoy slnB -old Hundred." mado it No. 41, thence East 43.74 chalnu morn
inch lumber was cdld, but five;:Ninoty and Nino becauso thoy want 'or less to the beginning, containing
minutes later the four top! their ono per cent." 't6iSy.B
boards of Iron-covered shlplap
hnrnnd nr hrnkon thrnnch.
Not Until till? flrft hnd hlimPfl fnr I
forty minutes did the first and!
lonly red coals appear outside
that metal covering absorbs heat
much more ranldlv than wood.
This test, which Avas madejni81 8&Ave' Bene. or
i 1 . r I
uie presence 01 represeniauves I
of the Seattle building and, fire
departments and the Seattle
Port Commission, should go far
to restore the reputation of
wood as a safe building material
Lumber is the typical American
material, and in economy, con
venience and artistic finish will
compare favorably with any
other material. Through the
meas-!carelessness of builders and the
.interested statements of dealers
iin other materials the impres
sion has become widespread that I
a frame house is a flretran.
Well - built, it Is not and its lire-1
-i.iiii . i
PoUfnmln lino cr m-inv tn(nn
- " -
wh ch rellects tliem h in a class
"j ., ... .v.
'on nlnoatlmd Uv rriroi-.rrln.. w in
sees it . It is made up of five
ueautirui magazines in auuition
to tne usual nWB sheets. FiVC
magazInes of thirty tvv0 pageg
ieacn vjtji art COveers all print-
ri n.'fin lmn. nor'i,, Moht
colors. The art work Is sur-
Passingly fine and the texxt is
.llliimlnntintr Onp ran visnnli7P
Hr , au"t" . y. ne cai , yisuanz e
rir,.r ; XT " rr...
.jyuKHig Liiiuuyii mm iiuumu
publication. It tells one every -
the habits of life and cost of
living, the pecularities of each
town and county, the financial
conditions and business pros
pects, tourist accomodations,
and openings far j3ettlers. It is
truthful and sincere as well as'
Gen.Otis docs his Btato igreal
cridur f jr
,.,'tto anmn. If you, want fp1 plonso
06d, don't 1)0 n mutt, u fnlob nlartu, n
four-flushorror oxccbh bnKBago."
"Ho n man; not n rack to hang
clothes on. "
"It (9 no! 'Hlwnyn the' biff followh
yrliQ .do things. Think JulUttt Cno
snr. snwedoff. rod-hoadml, froclslo-
fuced, hut ho could, go llko ti 8rx.
"All aomo jnon nro-tteod for la to
ali'nd nround and lot tho coubub tnkcr
C0Unt on0 niorQ whon ,)U 6oinCR n,onjc.
lhoy.ro nol ,vortu ftvo conta a bunch
...... . r, . . .....
"What God needs nnd what tho
country necus nro men wno nro boiiu
mahogany nil tho wy through;
thoro-s too much veneer the86 0ys."
"Tho whlaky barrel Is more danger -
cus than tho gun barrel."
"'Many a long llfo has
short by a long torn."
.H... i, ll.
w o........ u6l is0mj, parallel to tho East lino or tlio
take, parls green to kill tho bug. Qot'snld Jamos It. Fisher I). U 2IS
right nt tho start." ' JchalnB to tho conter ot County ltond
"SUccesB is tho worst thing In tho!'D- ?s V,'?"?0 ,NorUA 73 'JR0".,30
U j,, , j, , minutes Wost along tho center ot tho
vorld tor somo men. They got tho,.,.,... 13K1 . ,.... nf
fcighcad and got chesty."
"Don't look tor an onsy chnlr and
a cushion if you want to hang your, North 4G degrees 30 minutes West
miic In God's Ifnll of Pnmo nlong tho center of tho road to tho
mug in uous nan oi i-ivnie. 'vnni. u.w. r s..ntir.n Tnwn.iihi tn
Why, I know- aomo men who aro!v5OUt, uanB0 2 West, thenco West on
rtnu ",on u,uru aTO ,no mon BO havo been roloasod from the lien 01
8tl.nB3r thojr wouJd steal files from aid Mortgage and described as foi
ll.lln.l rnl.lA. T1II1.. C.n.ln.. rn.
urieu oj mo now iur i iiues.
'Grieve not. 'twould be a waste otJrears.
This truth shall last through all the
years, - -
YESTERDAY DIED LAST NIGHT.
Again 1 nay. cheer up, Wcaufie'"
Time cannot be forlorn--!'"'4
At midnight by otcrnal laws
TOMORROW WILL DE BORN.
Sec. lino 24.0G chains to the EaHt lino
MrtMtrv m 1 dam 'of the Abol Russell D. L. O. No. 41.
MONEY TO LOAN jTl(i 13 s u;2 w w M ,henco SouUl
on Improved farms and city 1 37 JO chains to tho Southeast corner
nrnnnrtv. .nnll nr mv ofllpp. ,S2lof said D. L. C. No. 41. thenco East
Kant Rth Avt Wtmonp or pnll
P. J. BERGER.
Eighth Grade Final Examinations
Notice Is hereby given that Eighth
Grade' Final Examinations wlllbo held
in School Districts where there are
pupils to take them on Thursdayi-apd
Friday, January 13,-14. 101C, according
to the rules and schedulo sent to the
Chairman of each Board.
E. J, MOORE,
County School Supt.
Notico is hereby glren that tho un -
derslgned has been duly appointed by
flip fTmmtv Pfi!irt
urt ot the Stato of Ore-i'
gon for Lane County, administrator
lot the Estate of Mary L. Koenoke. de -
J.B'.OUU! "a"' " . "U""D. u""'"
sent the same, properly verined, to mo
Springfield, Oregon, within six months
from the date hereof. Dated at Spring
flold, Oregon, January 4th, 191C.
J. J. SMITSON,
Administrator of the estate of. Mary
j. Kooneke. deceased.
Franke A. DePuo, Attorney for estate.
Date of first publication Jan. C, 101C.
last publication, Feb. 3, 191C. '
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department ot tho Interior,
U. S. Land Cfllce at Rosoburg, Ore
gon, December 22, 1915.
Notice Is hereby given that William
A- Taylor, of Landax. Oregon, who,, on
December 31, 1912, made Homestead
entry Serial No. 0S288. for SWA ; Sec.
tion 32, Township -198, Range l -East
Will. Meridan has filed notice of lnten-
tion to make Final Three- year Proof, ono bond of 571.09 ns may bo conven
to establish claim to the land lent.
above described, before I. P. Hewitt,' Said Bonds will bo sold for tho.
U.'S. Commissioner, Eugene, Oregon, highest price obtainable but not loss
on the 9th day of Februray, 1910. than par and accrued Interest.
Claimant names as witnesses: Loyd Bids will no considered for the pur-.
McMaster. Lowell, Ore.; Ora Carter, chaso of all or any part ot said bondo.
of Lowell, Ore.; Lanzy Winfrey, of t Tho right Is reserved to roject any
Lowell, Ore.; Frank McMaster, of or all bids. A certified check of $35.
Lowell, Ore. ( will bo required as ovidonco of good
J. M. UPTON. ; faith on tho part of tho bidder to ac
Dec. 23 Feb. 3. Reglstor. copt (said bonds.
. ,. j These bonds are bases on stroot Ira-
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ' ; Pavements and -offered - under tho
t. . tnrma-nr inn Tlnnprnff nntinlncr nw nn
j-upuriiuuiii oi uiu interior
U. S. Land Office at Rosoburg, Ore -
- !-...... r mi-
'.nn. .Tnnnnrv fi Ifllfi
" NoticoTs hereby given that Joseph!
of Vlda, Oregon, who on
AugU8t : mi maae omesteaU Entry
pi'iiai iiu, ui-tuu, iui m ui otiiiii
NWi. fir SKW ftni I jit . nf.Son nn a4.,i" ivwio
to niak(; iFlBB, Thrce.y(3ar Proof( t0
cstahlieh claim to the land above de.
scribed, beforo I. P. Hewitt, U. S. Coin-
n,lBS,on' at !l'3 offlce at Eugene, Ore-
goii. on the 18th day of February, 191C.
, fji,-lmat names as witnesses: John ,
Rennio, Eugene, Oregon; Louis Tate,
of vida, Oregon; John Low, of vlda,
Oregon; Charles Neal, of V da, Oregon, i
j. m. UPTON.
1 Jon. C-Feb. 10. Register.
OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Notico is hereby given that by virtuo
of an Execution and Order of Salo
issued out of tho Circuit Court of tho
State of Oregon, for Lano County, on
tho 18th day of December, 1915, on a
Judgment rendered in said Court on
tho 25th day of September, 1915, In a
emit wherein the Plaintiffs Margaret
Moore aa -executrix or tno estate of
Wflllam .Mn-Mooro, .deceased and ;Mar.
garet Moore, recovered judgment
nMilnal ilin llnfnllilnlilH II. II. IMnrrO
rind It. P. Lnndlk for thoum ofu-'ortyv
TIi'mia lliii.llrml Td-iin K-.Mrtunii nmt1
cH'thorcon from thu flth luy of Pocqflg,
bo'r,1913, ntthfLrnlq.'of S'poc emit l?r
lihiiunt, nml Klvo' Hundred and iio-IOO
JR00.000) Dollnrn Mtornoy'n jfoon. nnd
ttio further nuni pt tfffty-Onn and 70-10tt
($0.1-70) Dollars coots, which JudKiuoiit
vtria enrolled nnd dockotod In tho
t'lerk'n otllro of until Court In natd
County on Ilin 2M). day of Boptoiiihor,
HUB, nnd paid Execution to mo direct
mi couunnndltui mo In. tho name of (ho
Stalo or Oregon, tn onicr to tmtmry
iaald JmlRmwit AUornoy, Tees, conU
I nnd af(;ru!nR conta to ntdl tho follow-
liiB dofloribsd ronl liropcrty. towlt:
nogtnnlns nt jwint iR.40 .iH:itrt
N'ortlii ftnd 20.SO .cliMns vWcittof Uio
jsouthonst oornor of tho Jnmo It. VM
'or n. u r. nam m Towwhip . i.
Soutn HniiRo . w out oi i no iiiaitimtp
Meridian, nnd rutmlng thonce North
2G.ni ciminB to tho centur ot rounty
1 llo.nl No. 95, thonco South 73 dogrocB
'"V, "XY. -V " , " h' ;,3la
I chains to tho Northeast corner mjho
been cut'Jnmoa It. I'lahor Donation L. (Vw.
,43 In Townthln IS South Itnngo 2
IIIOHVO 1IVBI VllUUini IIIV.IVV
the E. Elliott I). U C. No. 40 in Town-
shin 19 South Kango 3 West, thenco
havo been released from the lien of'
I IlPclnntnir n n nnlnt 2l Xfi plinlnn
' . " : . ;.. . . .. ..
''."Vi .r cf ?h m.?i n Pi0.i.ri
J n. U C. No. 39 Tp. 19 S. It. 2 WeHt ;
chains to tho conter of County Itoad
minutes West along tho center of ttnUl
County Road, No. OS to tho East Uno
of tho B. Elliott D. U C. No. 40. T).
.10 S. R. 2 W. W. M.. thonco North 45
decrees 30 minutes West nlong tho
center of sajd County Road No. 05 to
I tho North lino of Sec. 2 Tp. 10 S. R.
2 W. W. M. thenco West on tho said
'43.74 chains nioro or leas to tho plncol
or Deginnlng, containing 146 acres of
land more or less, In Lnuo County
Now, therefore, In tho name of the'
State ot Oregon, and in compliance
with said Execution and Order of Sale,
I will on Saturday tho 22nd day of
I January. 101G, botweon tho houra of
0 o'clock a. to. nnd 4 o'clock p. m. to-1
jwlt: at one o'clock p. m. on said day,
, at tho southwest door of tho County
j Court house In Eugene, Lano County.'
Oregon, offer for sale, nnd soil for
: cash, subject to redemption nil tho
right, tltlo and Interest of tho Dofcnd-
innts R. II. I'lcrco nnd Elizabeth I'lorco
(his wifo. R. P. Landls' nnd Mabel
, Landls, his wifo. Edgar A. Sorennon.
Lybort Simons, Brltt Asplnwall and J.
- pi"wu". to-i'uruiur uuihk oudi-
,n89, ndor tho firm nUmo and stylo of
! Aspinwan uroa. ami .;inrenco iN. iNOi-
'IZtllJ LriiL V d08crll,c'1
' - - n
1 pk.JM t . .
By D. A. ELKINS, Deputy.
LEGAL NOTICE OF SALE OF
5671.09 IMPROVEMENT DONDS
OF THE TOWN OF SPRING
Scaled bids will he rccoivcu ."or tho
purchase of $071,09 Town of Spring,
flold Improvement Bonds, by the
Town Recordor of said town at hlu
ofllco In tho Town Hall, until Janu
ary 17th, 191C nt 7:30 o'clock P. M.,
nt which time nnd placo said bids will
ho opened and considered by tho
'. common council of said town.
'rate of not to exceed C per cent per
annum, payable soini-nnnunlly, shall
e uateu January i, iuiu, slum no in
denomination of $100.00 excepting
l .. . I . . . A.r. .
' Pi'led by Chapter T. Tltlo XXVI of
ijni-d'R Orricnn Laws, as ulr6ctad bv
Ordnance No. 423 of tho Town of
natcd DMombor 15, low.
T " "
Harness, Shoes, Gloves
Harness and Shoes
The Harness Shop
J. H, BOWER
Ofilco 771 Wlllamotto St.
Phono Eugene 099
Homo Phono 132-J
Jas. Corsaw has re-opened
his shoo repair shop in tho
west half of tho Stevens bi
cycle shop, iMaln St. hear
onMP IM &Mn rnWRIII
11 s 'ra
PROPOSITION. WE MAKE NO CHARGE FOR PUR
ADVICE. IT IS OUR BUSINESS TO KNOW, THE
SAFETY OR UNSAFETY OF 1NVEVSTMENTS, .MAY
BE WE CAN SAVE YOU FROM MAKING A COSTLY
OUR BANK IS A MEMBER OF THE "FEDERAL
RESERVE" SYSTEM OF BANKS. THIS SYSTEM
BINDS ITS "MEMBER BANKS' TOGETHER FOR THE
PPOTECTION OF EACH OTHER AND THEIR DE
POSITORS. YOUR MONEY IS SAFE IN OUR BANK AND YOU
CAN GET IT WHEN YOU WANT IT.
The fifth Street Grocery
Thos. Sikes, Prop. Phone 22
Why not save and doposlt in our Savings Department
one-twelfth of ydur total taxeB each month? By bo dis
tributing tho tax burden over tho entiro year, it will not
seem so heavy.
4 per cent on savings,
1 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, EUGENE, OREGON.
O. R. Gullion, M.D.
Practice Limited tl
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Graduate Nurse Attending
306, White Temple, Eugene.
OlilceWnth mid renrl Ru. TeiciwoiicAM)
Sulto 2. Phono 888, EUOBNli, OilE
Residence, over Dodgo's Store
DR. J. E. RICHMOND
PHONES Office, 3; Reeldenee, 116-J
HEHPER HPIHAL RELIVE
SISTtll OF BANKS
T UR OM ANY BUSINESS
We wish to thank all our
Friends and Customers for
I heir liberal patronage dur
ing the old year and solicit
a continuance of the same.
Wishing all a Happy and
Prosperous Now Year.
Yours for tho best Gro
ceries and Honest Treat
ment, Nice & Miller
.1 . I- i.i"
-)H I it i
'HERBERT E, ViALkER
Office Ip City Hall. 8prlnofleid. Or.
w. p. Walker
Office Phone 02; FJealdenee 67-J
Went Main St.
For Farm and City Property
Exehahoes a Specialty
Repairing a Specialty
Main, hoi. Fourth' and Fifth, pfiono 11
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