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About The Lane County news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1914-1916 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1916)
The Lane County Niws The renl vnluo, howovor, lies not
in a snvingJof dollars niul cents,
W. A. DILL, Editor and Mgr. but In the increased health and
happiness 6f Kb people.
Published Every Monday nndi
Thursday by tho Lane County
Publishing Association. .
WHAT'S IN A KISS?
The Grin is still in tho air,
HATES OF SUBSCRIPTION ; which romnds us 0f nn luterest-
Ono Year .... $1.50 jng artjc0 ov Woods Hutcllln-
six Months .... I5 son, M. D., who writes very in-
Thrco monthn 60 ' o, ,
Advertising rates furnished on nppii-1 torestlngly from personal exper
"j The perils of osculation, like
Khe Perils of Ealinc, aro over
i head-lined in tho press, says this
i popular medical writer. Like any
THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 191(5 thcr form of d,rect 1)ersonni
! contract, it is quito capable of
WHO DARE? snwnrilnir tho m-In. but the act-
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Member of the Wlllamette-Valley
HigMSchool Notes . '
Tho Juniors have- picked, tho 'paint and some have rosotto tld
cast and have started rolvoarslng'ios on tho hack. A homo nmdo
their play "Tho Prince of Toars" trunk covered with hairy horse
which is to bo produced, about hide and with many brass tucks
February li. This Is a comedy In It sits near,
drama lasting two hours, Tho mantel above thq lire Is
Springfield won a great vie- draped with ltrmbYcquln"' and In
tojy last Saturday, nig)i The tho center Bits tho oldfushloned
gamd wns bo onsyjtluit the dock-and nboyo nllthls hang
Springfield team simply played btrlngs of drying apples,
with their opponents. Both clrl's Tho atmoBphoro of tho rooru
and boy's teams go to Pleasant is cheerful and tho .family aro
inn Friday night, Tho mris ox- busy ami canicmour-umniciui
pect to put up a better game for tholr home.
than they tild with Junction City
n the upward ual per centlle part played by tho
1 KISS III SJU UUUIII& IIIU UUWllUll ia
seek the spirits little more than trlval.
Then the doctor goes on to
say that there is very little of it,
except within the family, where
it creates about as much havoc
as the bayonet does in modern
warfare. But continues the
Who dare to ow
Of lives that
"Seek and ye shall find."
and ye shall know.
Who dare to say that life is with
And Inconsistent hearts to envir
Then through the silence deep of
From earth, and starts that
sweep by occult law,
Through clouds of doubt and
A Roman's Description of tho
Asslnalion of Julius Caosar.
m Roma, Italia.
Cicero, to his beloved friend,
as their best players aro now
The boys aro going with the
determination to win, and you
know what that means. Al- Publlus,
though we didn't make n .naiuo Greetings:
in football our name, goes before Such a terrible thing occurred
us in basket ball. So look out hero yesterday. Our dear Julius
Union High! Cncser was assasslnnted and ono
' of the chief conspirators In tho
Sayings of tho S. H.. S. Ago plan was his friend Marcus Drut
To hurry through with a -Job us. Aftonudorus had tried to
docs more harm than good. . warn Caeser but Caeses would
A dollar in your hand is" better not listen to him and when ho
than two dollars coming. reached tho Capitol, whoro ho
Get vour hav in todnv. lt had been called, tho assassins
learned doctor, it would be well ;might rain tomorrow. tricked him Into thinking that
j J in? ChrcfuLTan ( gWJ
to abolish the foolish and frivol
ous pecking that girls engage in
when they meet each other.
The article goes on with and
The countless souls send forth Ve will end this with a very
the answer, i. salient statement: to-wlt.
D. WM. HATCH.
RIGHT THINKING LEADS TO
'With the sneeze killing at
thev were all his friends. Cnsca
The Israelites. 'and Cnsslus, tho leaders of this!
The Israelites were a tribe of evil mob, were tho first to strlko
people living in Palestine and , him and Caeser of course tried
who had recently migrated from! to fight them off but when Brut
Mesopotamia. After staying in us struck him ho lost all ppwer
and with the pitirui cry tu,
Brutus" ho sank, down at the
foot of Ponniov's statute. Im-
Palestine a short time the trlbo
mlcrated to Egypt. . While here
j i..i .ii ithev were treated as barbarians
, i . i . uu,Vand subjected to cruel opprcs-mediately people were dlspatch
lt and Uie kiss only an occasional 'sion A gmall number of 'the cd throughout tho town to tell
iuAui,, il sctjuio . ijnj iu uc- men were Kiueu in uauies wir,n mo citizens oi mic uucu, dcuuui-
, , ,i 'notince one of the few pleasures the natives. They wandered boys wore hired by tho vllllans
aii mipuruuii. worn uus ueen f Uf account of the inflnlt- inround over Egpyt for twenty to cry. "Liberty! Freedom! Try
Oregon by the wllJph u niv nl,v , iraro and finally went back into anny Is dead!" and oh, Publlus,
Hygiene society, ,csma Part wmc 1 t may pia in ipale8t,no while here they wan-, when I heard them I wept with
teaching of theSp S infection' Universl jdered around in the wilderness ' pity for the braye man who was
and that is the teaching
value of right thinking and of
right living. A meeting for the
purpose of advancing these
ideals will be held in Springfield
Fundamentally, actions are
but thoughts put into execution,
and if the thoughts have been
wrong, the actions are likely to
be wrong. We recall an old
school teacher's story of her
girlhood days in boarding school.
For some reason the girls got
to pronouncing the word 'pic
turesque' as If it were 'picture
skew." One day, while reading
before visitors in the class room
this teacher came to the word,
and was much chagrined at
herself when "pictureskew"
slipped from her lips
In just the
ity of Oregon Emera'd.
for nearly a centry, during the the victim of the crime.
course of which time tliejvbje-l Brutus delivered a speech and
came allied with other tribes and In it he said that they had killed
did much fighting. Caeser for the good of the pcoplo
The young people of the tribe , because ho was ambitious lie
became restess and decided, tc.told many things which I would
start out In search qf adventure like to have contradicted but I
They traveled in an easterly dl- could not. Next, Anthony dc
rection across Asia. After trav- Hvered the funeral rito and in It
ellng many months and suffer- he stirred the people's feelings to
thoughts lead the way to evil
acts, and evil acts bring disease
and woe. In fact, the New Tes
tament interpretation of the
seventh commandment very
clearly recognizes the thought
for the deed.
That the work is important
for the state can be seen by the
figures from the state institu
tions. According to recent fig
ures from the state blind school,
fully forty per cent of those '
unfortunates are in that condi-j
dition because of venereal dis-!
Now that the new fire signal
cards are being distributed it is
in order for householders to
study how to send in an alarm.
The main thing is to give a de
finite location so the department
can cet at the fire with the least
possible delay. The best time to f lgmitold hardships and fighting such a degree that they are re-
. .i,n u i oun i numerous battles they arrived solved to punish tho evil-doors.
1,ui;ui; " , 7 , ii V Vp in country, the natives of in reply to the statement which
confined within the building. To iwhipll 1in(1 (inrk hrnwn akin. Inrntim mni1. nhmir Min junhltlnn
In this country they were not of Caeser. Anthony told them
bothered so much by the natives that Caeser had refused the
and so settled down to a more crown three times. This was
quiet life. But they still gradu- proof that he was not ambitious,
ally drifted toward the north. And once during his speech An-
Five hundred years later the tony broke down and cried like a
tribe is found in a country, the child but who could blame htm
natives of which have slanting for he Is a Just and honest man.
eyes and yellow skin. Here they After this wonderful oration, for
are repeatedly attacked by the it was the most eloquent one I
natives and the little band grows ever heard, he read Caeser's will
fewer and fewer in number. in which that noble mail left
The little tribe of people Is sevehty-fivc drachmas to every
driven farther and farther north- citizen of Rome and gave his
l ward into a country where there arbors and walks as a pleasure
'is snow and ice the larger part resort for tho Roman citizens.
Another load of Eugene was, of the year. The people unable Ah, my lover, you must hurry
compell the firemen to search
for a big smoke or a glare on
the sky is akin to the Chinese
system of burning tfi"e barn down
to get roast pig. Be sure to
give your street and house num
ber at least, and the ward num
ber, too, in order to aid the man
at the whistle. If you can't give
the house number, cive the
way, evil (nearest street intersection, and
then go out to direct the firemen
when they arrive.
received this morning for filling! I o endure the extreme cold, Keep home for Octavitis Caeser, the
under the log track. JllSt; H1 nnnllv tho whnln tribe is rrnwnwl nnrt wn-wlll nwl vnn tn
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blotted out of existence
wait, we'll have the city yet.
Sounds good to hear the old
mill whistle again.
Wonder if summer is EVER
going to come.
help decide how we are to punish
the murderers If we capture
A Pioneer Room. i
Let us go back in imagination
to a pioneer living room in a re
mote mountain home in theVll-
lamette valley. It Is the eveplng Tho training provided by foot
of Thanksgiving and the family ball Is In many ways desirable,
are gathered about the spacious There is enough but not too
rock fireplace. The father is much exercise, in it to keep the
bending over a well worn Bible, body in a healthy condition. The
He is dressed in blue jeans and training is especially good for
wears a long beard. The mother j udents who spend most of their
a kind and sympathic woman is time indoors. While I was prac-
busily knitting a pair of speks. tlcing football, I gained over ten
In the work of compiling the
1915 lumber cut, the Forest Ser-
ease of one or both parents, and jvice has sont out requests to G27
15 per cent of the inmates of the : sawmills in Washington and 595
Oregon insane asylum are suf-' sawmills in Oregon. Additional
fnrfnn' frnm nno tuno nf oiiI) rlio. 1 rGflUBBtR llRVf bfifin Hfint to 111
eases. The cost of upkeep of 'shingle mills in Oregon and to The daughter is making the old pounds, but have gained very
Z , r , "vv "L rL,, ,, , ,oMn(nn Clothe look almost as cood as little since then. I also had more
these institutions is large, and if ,397 shingle mills in Washington. Both mother and daughter ilffi. so to sneak, and could keen
by going back to the source and ! The commercial sales from ore dressed in homespun plaid my attention on the lesson much
raising a group of young people the Alaska national forests dur- , woolen dresses. The son sits better while at class. Tho excr
whose minds are turned to right i"S the pst fiscal year amounted near raiding "franklin Alman- else also greatly aids endurance,
tiwra r,efoa,i nf a,Hi thie !U to 02,4980,00 board feet, valued ac, while the little folks play on When I commenced trainjng I
tmngs instead oi evil, tnis ex- al 6867i2. The Alaska forests a large braided mat before the found that I lost my breath very
pense cane cut down, the re- are much more than self-sup- fir o. easily, but in a few weeks it
suit will have been worth while porting. Pine knots make a cheerful bothered me very little except in
blaze almost rivalling the light hard and continuous exercise.
C THE OLD TIMER IS ON TO THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW)
HOLD ON SAVE (the verdict is acjh 1
WE A UTTLE J Ye Juo;t, case is .)
ON'T take a big chew-
-iust a nibble of.W-B CUT,
Ghewinc! the Renl Tobacco Chew, new cut. lone
jAriwiIl lulisfy you. Taste it, 'smell It tee bow different it it bow
it satisfies you.
"Notice bow tb It brlnm out th rich tobacco tuto"
fclafc ly WEYMAN-BRUTON COMPANY, 50 Union Sfure, New Yk City
jof the "tallow-din" sitting on the During this time I took a couple
-w "'b "ftMIn In low1 "id of walks( about twenty miles
darkened with smoke stain., The each, whjqh ,1 am sure would
I'unrneon walls are unpainted. , hayp been much harder for me
,The floor of puncheon freslily had it'nift bee7i for football prac-r-"Qired
with sand, The pint- tlce. ' 'The training Is also an ed--ohoon'
table -.halt a. brighUhufM ucator In many ways. It cultl
fvyorsted cover .upon It. Some va'tes "aT6nfIoiT:"'"TVhlle' on the
rbropaos framed In straw "or field, If a player does not pay
jfibfll. a liUgc'bright colored good attention to signals and
I 'otft ei flower wreath, lattem'pt ithe',aotIoiis of hltf opponents' Ije
to adbren the Wall)?;'"''' ' J; will of ten find himself left!! Oncp
t , In qhe corner1 dP the roonrjn a jnjht formation I was watch
stands tho spinning wheel witl--lng -the meh t'dko their plages,
'hanks." of blu6 'yarn; 'and frojpimd ,Uefprc, I, though, tho bull
framp fMttf 'Yhe nibt'Jier aid.'readyiitopilas 'lt; this caused a
daughter'' havji "been woritilig delay and Jot the opposing team
during the day. An tPwards the get well into, place, Tho practice
, On U19 sidevQ( thfiXa11 angs read them lmmediaj,.Qly' , AJsq
tho faithful with ltfi WefiyoupPPOonls ihnkfl.
powder horn andwhullet moldBt.j)Jayvyou mus,g9ie.iwheyou can
on the huge deer 'horns, ,. Tho do tho most' good and tie there,
chairs have raw hide bottoms you cannot ponder for a while
and are gorgeous in bright green on the merits and demerits of
oi, uie roqm is tne nugw traiiiBiuiio minu q act quiciciy,
-posWr" bed witlHts 'Jfear-r Js mU When listening id sig-
and, WDnderfdlly" maUdi uiala Uife'ro is very little time, to
work'quW!' " : f '"'figure them out," you must
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