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THAT WAS A COOD TIP
tU QAYE MY BOY
WCLL JUOQG, tni XAV&
YOU PUT ' ME WI4E TO
THE REAL TOOACCO CHEW
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IT'S a Clad day forn tobacco chewer when ho find WB CUT Chew
lo b RmI Toh.cco Chw. ml. Urt . On pouch from rout Je.lrr J
iv it nn.tli mi. You ctn tcM-lcv it Id lubicco chtrrtr to find out that
Notie bow the ult brine out Ibo Men tobacco lun
Mia. lr WETMAN-BRUTOH COMPANY, SO Union Stptn, New Yotk Ctr
MIXED FRUIT RECIPES
It is often a decided advantage
to the housekeeper to make jelly
out of a combination of fruits
sometimes because the combin
ed flavor may be preferable to
either alone and sometimes be
cause it may be more econom
ical, as, for instance, when she
has too little of either fruit to
use for this purpose, or to cite
another instance, when she
-wishes to extend the flavor of
some special fruit as quince
through a considerable amount
of material less highly flavored,
a& apple. Sometimes, too, there
is an advantage in l)oth flavor
and colpr, as when cranberry is
combined with mild-flavored ap
ples. A excellent combination for
homemade jelly, according to
the home economics experts of
the department of agriculture
who have been studying the uses
of different fruits, is cranberry
HFD&T 11.9 !
Is His Forte
Read About Him In
Our Serial Story
With apple. Equal quantities of
cranberries and of apples cut up
into small pieces should be just
covered with wator and boiled
until the fruit is soft. Strain the
juice through cheesecloth. Add
to the pulp the same amount of
water as at first, boil the pulp
the second time, strain as before
and combine the two lots Qf juice
And three-fourths as much
sugar by measure to the juice,
and boll again. The jelly is done
'when a few drops taken up with
,a mixing spoon will flake on the
spoon as it cools instead of
dropping off of it. Pour the jelly
Into glasses which have just
been sterilized in boiling water
and thoroughly drained. Seal the
glasses In the ordinary way.
j The pulp which remains after
the juice has been drained off for
jelly can be used to make excel
lent "marmalade," or "fruit
i cheese." as old-time housekeep
ers called it. The pulp should
be passed through a sieve, an
(equal weight of sugar added to
iit, and boiled until it is thick and
firm. It must be stirred fre
quently so that it will not burn.
The thick marmalade should be
'poured into freshly scalded glas
ses or jars. While the color is
not quite so goou as euy, tne
flavor is distinctive and good,
and such "fruit cheese" is de
licious when spread on bread
and butter or when used for
Tiling bread-and-butter sand
wiches. If less sugar is added
in making marmalade, it can be
.sed in place of fresh or dried
acples for Brown Betty and sim
ilar fruit puddings.
A fruit paste somewhat sim
ilar to marmalade is well known
in the Orient, and tests have
shown that cranberry and apple
make a paste of excellent flavor
and that it can be readily made
at home. Cook the pulp which
remains from jelly making, with
three-fourths of its weight, of
sugar, until it is very thick
' (about three-quarters of an
hour,) stirring constantly. For
each pound of fruit it is the
oriental custom to stir in one
fourth of a pound of finely cut
nuts, (usually almonds, though
, pecans, walnuts, and other nuts
!may be used at the housekeep
ers' convenience) and a little
powdered cinnamon just before
' the kettle is taken from the fire.
! However, either nuts or cinna
Imon, or both, may be omitted,
'according to taste and prefer
i ence. Spread the paste in butter-
ed tins in a layer about one-half
Inch thick, and set aside to cool
and become firm. Then cut Into
squares or diamonds, spread tho
pieces on tin plates, and dry out
In a warm (but not hot) oven
for a fow hours. Whon tho pnsto
Is dry onough not to Btick, pnclc
It away in tin or other nh-tlght
boxes, putting paraffined paper
bGtwcon tho layers. Tho pieces
of pasto may bo dusted with
powdered sugar to kocp them
from sticking, if ono profors.
Such fruit pastes nro also very
fino when mado wlthqutnco
alone or- with quince null nlplo
or wltircrauborry and; quince.
Fruit pasto Is not so easy to
make as maralade, but Is a very
palatable and wholesome- sweet.
Ono or two pieces (if it will
please tho children for dessert' or
In tho lunch box, while grown
ups wiU enjoy it as thoy do
crystallized or canned fruit. It
is worth whilo for tho house
keener who likes to economize
I in labor to remember that tho
paste keeps well and that not
much moro labor is required to
jmnko a large than a small
! FOREST NOTES
Improvements on the National
forests during 1015 are repre
sented by 108 miles of road, I'
ll 9 miles of trail. 2.2S7 miles of
telephone lines, lOti miles of fire
line, 102 lookout structures, 35
bridges, 2G7 miles of fence. (59G
dwellings, barns and other struc
tures) 23 corrals, and 202 wntcr
I To date approximately 25,000
miles of roads, trails and fire
lines, and 20-00 miles of tele
phone lines have been built with
in the National Forests of tho
! United States.
First Baptist Church.
Rev. Will N. Ferris, minister.
I Bible School at 10:00 A. M.
! Lesson topic, "The Spirit of
Life," Study this lesson well.
Have wo the true spirit and do
J we manifest it or does our faith
;and spirit need reviving? Think
on these things. Gilbert Miller,
Divine Worship at 11:00 A. M.
In chargo of music. 'xmm..
All aro InVlted.
Strangers ahvnyS wolconlo. '
MethpdUt Church, '?
Corner Second and B streets
.lamea T. Mooro, pastor, phono
Next Suflday 10 A. M. Sun
G:30 P. AI. Epworth loguo.
Come and bring your frlondB,
Church of Christ t
0;Uc Sunday School '
11:00 Junior Christian Endeavor
li:00 a, m. Communion and
G:30 Christian EndcaVor Rally.
7530 P. M. Evening "Services.
Wednesday 7:30 P. M. Prayor
Thursday 7:30 Choir Rehearsal.
E. C. WIUAIOKI'J,
Freo Mothodlst Church.
Sabbath School at 10 a. m.
Preaching scrvlcos at 11 a.m.
Prayer and pralso service at
7 P. M., preaching at 7:30 P.
Tuesday, 7:30 P. M Young
people's prayer meeting.
Midweek prayer meeting on
Thursday at 7:30 P. M.
A cordial invitation is oxtend
cd to all.
M. F. CUILDS
ROBERT llURNS Lodge, No.
7S, A. M. P., Anclunt nnrt
Accepted Scottlah Hlto Uni
versal and Symbolic Froo
Masons meets first nnd third
Monday evening In V. O. V.
hall. Visiting brothers vol
como. l A. Johnson L. K. Pago.
Secretary. It. V. M.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ON
Notlco Is horoby given that by virtue
of an Execution and Order of Sale
Issued out of tho Circuit Court of tho
State of OroROii, for Lane County, on
tho ISth day of December. HUG. on a
Judgment rendered In said Court on
tho 25th day of September, 101C, In a
bult whoreln tho rialntlgp Margaret
Mooro ns executrix ot t$ estate of
William M. Mooro, deceased and Mar
garet Moore, recovered Judgment
against tho Defendants II. II. l'lcrco
and IL J. Lnndls for the sum of Forty
inreo Jiunured Twenty-Soven
Sermon by Pastor. Theme, !' S ,iV ,,T.f.n , 1u
est thereon from tho Cth day of Decem
ber, 1913, at tho rato of S per cent por
annum, and Five Hundred nnd no-luO
f f$C0O.00O) Dollars attorney's fees, and
me lurmor sum or r trty-One and 70-100
(51.70) Dollars costs, which Judgment
was enrolled nnd docketed In tho
dork's offlco of said Court In paid
County on tho 2Cth day of September,
11'IC, and ald Execution to mo direct
ed commanding mo In tho namo of tho
Stato of Oregon. In order to sntlsfy
said Judgment Attorney's fees, costs
acd accruing costs to soil tho follow-
,"Our Best, What Is It?" Every
man and woman who desires to
do their best should hear this
! Senior B. Y. P. U. megting at
,0:30. Note the topic, "Amuse
jmcnt Worth While. m Leader,
iMerle Chase. Lot every hjeijiber
ido his best to make ttiis intjctlng
Junior meeting at G:30 P. M.
Merldltn, and running thHMsNorth
i.u,oi olmlnH to tho center ot County
(toad No. DC, thenco South 7.1 degrees
30 minutes Knst along tho center of
tho roail,a7.qn chains to tho Hast lino
ot snfil claim, thenco North i.3,83
chains to tho Northeast comer of thu
Jnmuo.lt. Visiter Donation I. O. No.
43 In TOwnalilp IS South Ilango 3
Went, thcneuP Went 29.43 chains, thenco
South parallel to tho Kant lino of thn
said Jantcn It. Flahcr I). L. 2ft
No. 9ft thenco North 73 dog root 30
mlnutoR West along tho router of tho
road 12.K1 ohaliiH to tho Hast linn ot
chains to tho center of County Komi
tho 13. Klllott P. U O. No. 40 In Town
ship 19 South ltuhgo 3 Went, 4hunco
North 45 dourest) .10 tulliUtoa Went
nlong tho center of tho roiul to tho
North lino or Sootlon 2 Township 19
South Itnngo 2 Went, thenco Went on
thu Section lino 24.00 chains to tho
I Cust lino of tho Abo! Uunnoll I). T C.
No. 41 in Towntihlp 19 South of Ilango
2 West, thohco South .17.20 chains to
tho Southeast corner of oald D. I.. C.
No. 41. thenco Knst 43.74 chains moro
or less to tho beginning, containing
23C.57 ncrcn moro or loss In l.ttno
County, Oregon, except Innda which
hnvo been released from tho lieu of
raid Morlgago and described as fol
lows: Ueglnntng nt n point 20.4G chains
North 2G.K0 chains Wont ot thu South
oast corner of tho James It. Fisher
D. I,. O. No. 39 Tp. 18 8. 11. 2 Went
W. M. and running thenco North 20.ftl
chains to tho center of County Itoad
No. 95, thenco North 73 degrees 30
minutes West along tho center of rmld
County Itoad, No. Uft to tho Kasl lino
of tho R Klllott 1). !,. C. No. 40. Tp.
19 8. II. 3 W. W. M., thenco North 4ft
degreon 30 minutes Went along the
renter of said County Itoad No. 95 to
tho North lino of See. 2 Tp. 19 S. 11.
2 W. W. M. thenco Went on tho nnid
Sec. lino 24.00 chains to the ICast lino
of tho Abol HuHnell 1). U C. No. 41.
Tp. 19 a. It. 2 W. W. M. thenco South
37.20 chains to tho Southeast corner
of nald I). L. C. No. 41. thenco Hast
43.74 chains moro or Ichh to tho place
of beginning, containing 14G acres of
laud moro or Ices, In I.anu County,
Now, therefore, In tho name of tho
State of Oregon, and In compliance
with said Execution and Ordor of Sato.
I will on Saturday thu 22nd day ot
January. 191C, between tho hour.i of
0 o'clock a. m. nnd 4 o'clock .p..m. to
wit: nt one o'clock p. in. or, itald day,
at tho southwest door of tm jCouiubt
Court houso In Kugeno. I.ar.o County,
Oregon, offer for sale, and sell for
cash, Ruhjcct to redemption all tho
right, tltlo and Interest of tho Defend
ants H. II. Pjorco and Elizabeth Pierce
his wlfo, It, P. InndlR and Mabel
Uindls, his wlfo. Kdgar A. Soronnon,
Lybort Simons, Ilrltt Asplnwall nnd J.
F. Asplnwall, co-partners doing busi
ness under tho firm namo and stylo ot
Asplnwall Droa. and Clarenco N. Nel
son In nnd to tho abovo described
JAMBS C. PAltKBlt.
Sheriff ot Ijuio County, Oregon,
Ily D. A. KMC INS, Deputy.
. .NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION
Department of tho Interior ,
U. H. J-nnd Olllco lit IlORoburg, Oro-i
gon, January ft, 1010. I
Notice Is hereby glvon that Joseph!
Wkon6ld,oNVJdn, Oregon, who ouf
AtlKllst l.v1011. Hindu llomnntoad lCnfrv
'Horlnl No. 0740(1, Tor tho Nit of HWtt.f
NWU of H11W nnd Lot 1 of, Section ,14, '
Townnnip iuhi liniiRa ;u;, wmnmcilo
Morldnn, linn tiled notlco of Intention
to make Finn! Tliroo-yoar proof, to'
osiaiinnii claim to l no inttil almvo do.
ncrlbod, boforn I. 1', Hewitt, II. B. Com.
mlsnlon, nt hln olllco nt Kuuono, Oro
! gon, on tho 18th day or February. 1010
Claimant names an witnesses: John r'
lltcnnld. Kugeno, Or0(t5iii 1.ouIh Tate,1
6f VUK Orogohi'John J,dw, of Vlda,
Oregon; Charles Neal, or Vlda, Oregon.
J. M. UPTON,
Jnn. C-Fob. 10. ItegUter,
Notlco in hereby given that tho mti
dorHlgued Iiuh been duly appointed by,
tho County Court of tho Stato of Ore.
gon for I.nno County, administrator,
of tho Kstnto or Mary I,. Koonoko. do'
All pornonH having elnlmn ngnlunt
nald enlato nro lieroby notified to pro.
sent tho Hamo, properly verlllod, to mo
at tlio olllco or Frank A. DoP'uo, In
Springfield, Oregon, within nix months
front tho dato hereof. Dated at Spring'
Held, Oregon, January 4th. 11) 1 (1.
J. J. HMITSON,
Administrator or tho estate or Mary
I. Koonoko. deceased.
Fmuko A. DePue, Attorney ror oitntoK
Dato ot llritt publication Jan. 0, 191C,
last publication, Feb. 3, 1910.
j Evening service or song and Regaining at a point 25.40 chalna
.sermon 7:30. Theme of sermon (North and 2G.S0 rhulns West of the
, The colored man's question I Southeast corner pf the Jnmea It. Fish
I "Am you Kept?" Dr. Keenev Jm. zo. ln.,To?.f.h,p ia'
'ri,',,,)!! of nnnni..W n.,,1 South Range 2 West of the Wlllamotto
close of service. Chorus choir
M. M. I'HBUV Dltt;0 CO. reports
customers greatly pleased with tho
QUICK action ot simple huskthoru
bark, glycerine, otc., ns mlxod In Adlor
ilea. Thlu simple re in oily drains tho
old foul mutter from tho bowels bo
THORIUM! that ON'B SPOONFUL re
Hovca almost ANY CASB of const!
pntlon. sour or gassy Htomnch. It U
so powerful that It Is used success
fully In iippeiidlcltla. Adler-l ka novor
gripes nnd tho INSTANT action ia
NOTICE FOR PUDLICATION V
Dopartmont of tho Interior,
U, S. Land Oftlci) at Roneburg, Orn'
gon, December 22, 191ft.
Notlco Is hereby glvon tlmt William
A Taylor, of Umdnx, Oregon, wlil), on
December 21. 1912, made Iloineolend
entry Horlnl No. 05288. ror 8WU; Soa
tlon 32. Township 10S, Knugo 1 Bant
Will. Merlilau, has (Hod notlco or Inten
tion to mnko Final Three- year Proor,
to establish claim to the land
above descrlbetl, before I. V. Hewitt,
V, S. Commlsiiloner, Kugeno, Oregon,
on tho 9th dny ot Kobruray, 1010.
Claimant names an wltuosscs: Loyd
McMnBter. I.owoll, Oro.; Orn Cartur,
of Iwell, Ore.; lAuny Winfrey, of
Lowell, Ore.; Frank McMnntor, or
J. M. UITON.
Doc. 23 Fob. 3. Register,
Notice to Contractors.
Notlco ! hereby glvon that tho
Common Council will rocelvo sealed
bids ror tho riushlug or tho paved
streets or tho Town or Springfield, an
follows: Main street from Mill to
Second nnd from Seventh to Tenth,
once a week; Main street rrom Second
to Seventh street, twice n week; Firth
street its entire length, onco n week;
and A, Fourth, Sixth nnd Seventh
streets three times n month; also to
clean tho gutters, empty tho rubbish
enns, flush tho storm drains when
neceuHnry, nnd to sprinkle tho streets
Tho successful contractor will bo
required to furnlHh a bond In nuch
amount an tho Council nhnll determine
ror tho faithful performance of his
Illds to bo nt tho rato of so much
' per block.
j Tho Council renerves tho right to
reject nny or mi diuo.
Said bids will ho received until 7:30
1 M.. Mondny. February 14, 1910.
Dated thin 13th day of January, 1910.
IinitllHHT R WALKKIt.
100-2 I C Town Recorder.
For Sale, Rent, Wanted Etc.
LOST Signet ring with letter
"B". Finder please- leave at
News office. 91
LOST White kid glove, black
stitching. Finder leave at the
News office. 94
FOR SALE Nearly new 6-hole
Banquet steel range with hot
water coil and connections. Al
so two small heating stoves.
See Beebe at Pcery's drug
ade in Springfield
Patronize the Payroll of Your Home Town
Oregon Power Co
House of Quality
A Fine Line of Box Goods, Fresh
Made, Put up to Your Ordor.
Hot Drinks, Ice Croam and Soda
Eggimann's Candy Kitchen
For good values,
For good bread,
Uoo Ilakoro and Knoxnl! Flour.
All kinds of Food cheap.
Will do feed chopping for $1.G0 a ton.
SPRINGFIELD FLOUR MILLS
Bread, Pies, Cakes, Cookies, etc.
Wedding and Party Cakes a
S. Young, - Proprietor
Springfield Planing Mill
SASH, DOORS. MOULDINGS, BRACKETS,
TURNING, STAIR I1UILD1NOO,
Extenalon Tabloa, Drop Loaf Tablos, URroalc
fast Tables, Kitchen Cablnotn, Cupboards,
Safes, Stop Ladders, Fruit lloxes
J'orry Crates, Folding Clothes Racks.
SPENDS ITS MONEY AT HOME : : ELECTRICITY
Tho Lano County News divided Its
expenditures last year, thus:
Supplies bought outsldo of Spring
flold, including papor and now
machinery 20.4 p. c.
Supplies bought In Sprlngflold, in
eluding rent, etc , 19.1 P..C.
Payroll, entirely In Springfield...... 60.5 p. c. ,
For light, heat and powor.
"Mado in Springfield."
80 Spent at Home : Oregon Power Co. I
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