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About The Lane County news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1914-1916 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1916)
The Lane.Gpty News
W. A. DILL, ' Editor and Mgr.
Published Every Monday and
Thursdny by the Lane County
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Member of the Willamette Valley
MONDAY, JANUARY 31, 191G.
public schools. On the contrary,
they favor them, bellovcklg that
there is plenty of room for both.
When children are taught tho
formalMbr Cultural, branches
and nothing efse, a considerable
The PreaclUa club holtfn very Mrp. Hoy JonUlns wub given
nleasant afternoon session nt'tho a very Dleasant surnrlso Tuos-
part of their time is wasted, not home of Mrs. Win. Donaldson on 'day evening at her homo In the
because tho littlo creatures aro ! Friday, spending the time with! Vitus block upon tho occasion
indolent or incompetent but'inncy woru, auer which a inreo oi nor uiruuiay anniversary, i ne
purely for physical reasons. A
child's brain will work well for
a certain time and then it will
not work any more without
change and recreation.
It follows from this undeni-
FOR A NEW HIGH SCHOOL
course luncheon was served. Tho evening was Hpeut with games
invited guests: were Mrs. Rhodes, and music, filter which a two
(Trent), Mrs. Harry Uownian, course luncheon was served by,
airs, uuey snougrass, Mrs. win, miss Ionian uorrie anu airs, aic
II111,. The members present wore !Munn. Those who attonded were
Mrs. Jan. Wlthrow, Mrs. -M, J. Mr. hud Mrs. Jenkins, Mr, and
McKltn, Mrs. W. C. Rebhan, Mrs.! Mrs. Dan Wootton, Mrs. A R.
V t litii'Mnl f I 11 I ! frVtmiit ' Aires 11mrv flMwi ii
able fact that the cultural stud-jMra. w. A. Ilorndon, Mrs. Win. 'Miss Gorrie, Miss Marguerite
les must be mtcrcnnngeu wun Donaldson. The next meeting uorrio, Miss Anne Gorrio, Miss
the vocational in order to utilize .will bo at tho home of Mrs. Nor- Maud Gorrie, Mr. W. L. McFnr
the entire school day. Unless inum Howard, on East Main st. land, Sr., Mr. Robert Van Val-
ll.tc Ic .Innn Mm nlitl.li-.Mi Win u ' u- '" m' "iiuum,,, iinoa
jtowanl the middle of tho after-;
Some peculiar problems face j 1100,1 to sl,ow n ccrtalu listless-, P,)Cnt by
members of the Saturday afternoon
the Springfield school d,itrict
in the matter jot providing tt;ohcr can overcome, because it
ness which no effort of tlio tea-'Gleaners at the homo of Mrs. until 5 o'clock, Mrs. Truman
High school building for its stu
dents. The present building has
undoubtedly outlived its useful
ness. The question of whether
or not to build a new structure
Is not hard to answer; the real
problem is what to build.
The immediate future is so
uncertain. The prospect of ear
ly resumption of work on the
Natron cutoff with the attend
ant rapid increase in the popu
lation of Springfield, makes it
unwise to put too much money
into a building erected to satis
fy the proper pride of the com
is an affair of tho body and not
of the mind. It is for this reason
Wilhclm Thursday. Tho time Chaso most charmingly enter
was devoted to fancy work, af-Jtalned the Junior 1J. Y. P. U. of
ter which dainty refreshments the Baptist church at her homo
Wnm KOrVPll tn tllO lllQlnhnrK. In DninnLillln Clin wna ulilu
that teachers prefer to set sub- Those who attended wero: Mrs. assisted by Miss Dorothy Chase,
jects requiring mental altomess Walter Ilerndon, Mrs. H. P. Par-, Those who enjoyed the after
at tho beginning of the day. sons, Mrs. Dan Gore, Mrs. Chas. noon wero: Gladys Nystrun,
When the school nrovides vo-1 Stites, Mrs. D. W. Roof, Mrs. Helen Rower, Gladys Chase,
.,., wnrlr th H tlinf tl,0 1 Ernest Lyons, Airs. v. l isggl-1 Helen Bryan, Robt. Rower, Dor
cational work, the time man, Mrs. Wayne Calkins, Mrs. 'othy Chase. Aline Cook, Cnrl
pupil would otherwise spend in a ,cad Nott ami Mrs, wilhclm. ; Power,
species of semi-torpor, is put to i
the best of use. Facts of this TIioT. buroyS .f ni- The Epworth LcnRU0 heU1 u
kind show clearly enough that'll laf0 a0sJ 5 s ?8 ? ' most enjoyable social and busl-
the vocational work need not in- - ! ess session nt the church Fri-
teriere m any narnuui way wun trs neriidon Mr Ketels Hnr- uu ""'"B- " ius,u' Ul
the cultural. There is room ami old F
need for both in the education of 1 tenson
Ithe American citizen. Wliat . i. "a ' nnsod of Oswald Olson. Miss
Perry andDr and Mrs Mo - hSmiv.! "SE
son were guests of tho oven- S'rS
Mrs. C. B. Wheaton was i ,e. I b lTn l"'
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE
SYSTEM OF BANKS
Ti r i ilttiUUCU lliu Kllb lUl tllU ilIKU V i ti t i
munity. On the other hand, luvurt Ul tu" ''UL i honora. Mrs. C. E. Fischer will "ut- ,1U lu,ha
r.nncfnmMnn u-nrl- on tlm mil. 'edure, is to See promising yOUtllS ,h hostr-SS to tlm Huh nt !
road may have to be deferred 'deprived of all vocational train-1 us next regular meeting. The Christian Endeavors of j
... ... , 'inn- In Mm nnlilln snhnnla nnt ItllO Christian clllircll will hold i
"mL.r .! . Icomnelled either to co throuch Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Machen their regular business meeting
iiotwautioiiavBiuubeuuiane- nrnnirp it in very pleasantly entertained tho Thursdny evening Feb. 3, at the I
shift building when a good one!me nout 11 or acquire it in , PortnIglltly Whist Club at thelr ilomo or Mr. and Mrs. SargalJ
would have been the real econ-jsome haphazard way on the home last Thursday evening. Pneed on Emerald Heights. After 1 1
cmv street. There is no good reason Mrs. J. B. Bell, of Eugene, won the business session the evening $
wwcnrf of mntorini to i.co 'why the public schools should j the high scoic and .Mts.VA. J.. will bo turned over to tlio ladies
JS . cone concrtt; not fulfill their duty to the clti-1 Perkins carried Wmo; tho con- 2.LW'
, , , , , , f1 i i f BUIUUUll. L U1U UtUSU Ul U1U Jill UHJ IIIUHIUU o Ul I, mfetu lu lll-
blocks, or terra cotta tile will ;zen n otn its aspects, as do uie Lvening.s game a tWo-coures tend and bring a friend. The
be a proper subject for discus- scll00ls of Denmark, uermany iunche0n was served. Guests of young people will meet at tho
sion bearing as these mater- and other progressive countries. : the club were: Mr. and Mrs. J. Christian church at 7:45 and
His do imnn thp ntrtn-eeitf rn?t ! , B- Bel1. Eugene, and L. Hnyse of proceed to the Sneed residence
lais do, upon tne aggregate cost Mighty eCourageing reports j Berkeley, California. The mem- in a body. The girls are to call
01 tne building. f vp.ir's business are Im- hers nrfisfint . wern: Mr. mwl Mrs. on or nhone the social committee
COME IN AND CONSULT US ON ANY BUSINESS
PROPOSITION. WE MAKE NO CHARGE FOR OUR
ADVICE. IT IS OUR BUSINESS TO KNOW THE
SAFETY OR UNSAFETY OF INVEVSTMENTS. 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 problem Is one that ought in ma(je by the Eugene Fruit 'J. Bryan, Mr. and Mrs. A. Mid- and find out what Is expected of
be worked out on its own(rrn,vort.. ocQorHMon nmi tim'dleton, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Per- them. The committee consists
We do not need to put! TlinpHon ritv co-onerative kins Mr and Mrs- B' A Wash" , Misses Sadie Lambert, Nell
- JUnCUOn l-.lty O-OperatlVe i,, tr. , tt t p, "t..11 Wln1.nn tnliln .Inimnrv Mur-
and Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Larimer! jorie Knott.
murius. we uo not. ueuu 10 I'UL junction City
upa u.uuu, or a $iou,uuuu creaniery. The .one regtet is
building because some neighbor-l tnr ,a no Sllf!h institution in
ing town did. What we want to
determine is what sort of a
building we need, how much it
A considerable amount of tho .J date hereof. Dated at Spring-
I land within National Forest ,ue,u' ureBon jnnua7 JXrs'ou,
oounaanes is in private owner-. Administrator of tho ostato of Mury
Not a few Springfield work
should cost In different types of (men will be given employment ship, title having passed from the 'i Koonoko. deceased
material, and then select theiin the construction of the new (United States largely through ! I'rnnice a. Doi'uo, Att
one which best fits out pocket
Now is an opportune time for
such construction, for lumber is
on the upgrade, and wages, too
will shortly advance. The large
items in the cost are as low as
they can be expected, and It be
hooves the district to take ad
vantage of the occasion, and be
gin construction at an early day.
iVttorney for estate.
Ttt-.i.t i u .1 iki Mm Mmhor nn.l stoim mwl tho' uaie oi nrsi puiiiicauon Jan. u, i-Jio,
mtLuuuiaL uuuiiu, maui- ijuoaiuic last publication. Fob. 3. 1'JIC.
i, cAt.i nffo f of homestead laws prior to the ere- ,
u, lation of the Forests. During the
the churcli. j1)agt fiscal year 881 Individual
tracts oi lanu witnin tne uounu-
Portland Journal: The friends
of vocational education do not
oppose cultural studies in the
mi. s il. ! c i. A n l.n
1U,S lulB Ui " aries of the National Forqsts
Kansas and rseorasKa people leei passed into private ownership
f Ail il t il ' I 'il 1 '
at nome in uregon is geiung uii inrougn me patenting oi ciauns.
our nerves, says the Telegram, j Of these, 3G0 were homesteads,
2 timber and stone, 501 mineral,
Oh, yes, Eliabeth Ann, sum
mer is coming but
know how soon.
State press paying more at
tention to business and indust
ries less to politics.
17 coal, anl 1 miscellaneous
we aon t there aro outside of the National
Forests, about 3,000,000 acres of
logged-off land, much of it ag
ricultural in character, now ly
Feed the birds.
ANOTHER YEAR of
This beautiful exposition will continue all the year 1916
bigger and better than ever. Many of the best ex
hibits from San Francisco have been transferred to San
Diego, If you neglected to see San Diego in 1915 do
not fail to see this beautiful city this year. The winter
is the logical time, too. Six months round trip tickets
are on sale daily from all Pacific Northwest points to
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given that S. V.
Cramncr has been appointed admin
istrator of tho cstato of Lucy 0. Crati.
jmer, deceased. All persons having
i claims against the said estate aro here-
by notified to present tho same, duly
i verified, with tho prope- vouchors, to
j the said administrator, at the law
offices of J. M. Dovers In Eugene, Oro
gon, within six months from tho date
i of tho first publication of tills Sum
mons, to-wlt: within six months from
the 31st day of January, A. D 191C.
S. W. CIlANMEIl.
J M. DEVERS,
Attorney for Estate. Jan. 31.Foli.28
1:30 A. M.
12:40 P. M.
i : :
3:50 P. M.
81.15 P.. M.
Sap; FjanCiSCO Ex-
trains EVERY DAY
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION..
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Oillco at Koseburg, Ore
gon, January C, 191C.
Notlco is hereby given that Joseph
Wakefield, of VIda, Oregon, who on,
August X, 1911, mado Homestead Entry
fWtal tfo: 0740C, for tho of SWV4,
NW'A of SE and Lot 1 of. Section 34.
Township IfiS. Hango 3E. Willamette
Mcridan. has Hied notlco of IntonHnn i
to mako Final Three-year Proof, to I100-2'4'0
justabliBh claim to the land abovo dc
fscribed, before I. P. Hewitt, V. S. Coin-
ml8aign'at his ofilpa atfiugeno, Ore
gon, on the 'lSth day of Fobrunry, 1910,
Claimant names as witnesses: John
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of tho Interior,
U. S. Land Offlco nt Iloseburg, Ore
gon. December 22, 1915.
Notlco is hereby given that William
A Taylor, of Landax, Oregon, who, on
December 21, 1912, mado Homestead
entry Serial No. 0S288, for SWV4 ; Sec.
Hon 32, Township 19S, Range 1 East
Will. Merldan bus filed notlco of inten
tion to malco "Final Threo- year Proof,
to establish claim to tho land
above describod, boforo I. P. Hewitt,
V. S. Commissioner, Eugene, Oregon,
on tho 9th day of Fcbruray, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses: Loyd
McMastor, Lowell, Ore; Ora Carter,
of Lowell, Ore.; Lanzy Winfrey, of
Lowoll, Oro.; Frank McMastor, 6f
J. M. UPTON.
Dec. 23 Feb. 3. Register.
Notice to Coniractors.
The Best Groceries
For Less Money
The Fifth Street Grocery
Thos. Sikes, Prop. Phone 22
Why not savo and deposit in our Savings Department
one-twelfth of your total taxes each month? Hy ro dis
tributing the tnx burden over the entire year, it will not
seem so heavy.
1 per cent on savings.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, EUGENE, OREGON.
Notice Is hereby given that the
Common Council will receive scaled
bids for tho flushing of tho paved
strcotB of tho Town of Springfield, as
folio wb: Main street from Mill to
Second and from Sovcnth to Tenth
once a week; Main street from Second
to Seventh streot, twlco a week; Fifth
street its entire length, onco a week;
and A, Fourth, Sixth and Seventh
streets three times a month; also to
clean the guttors, ompty tho rubbUh
cans, flush tho storm drains whon
necessary, and to sprlnklo tho streets
Tho successful contractor will bo
required to furnish a bond In such
amount as tho Council shall determine
for tho faithful performance of his
Bids to bo at tho rate of so much
'iiio council reserves tne rignt to
reject any or all bids.
Bala bids will bo rocoivod until 7:31
P M Monday, February 14, 1910.
Dated this 13th day of January, 1910
, HEItBEHT 13. WALKER,
, , , , and
San Francisco .
Through standard and tourist sleop-v
ing cars, dining and obseryjUion
pars. Steel coaches mako travel
ing a pleasure.
Ask our local agent for further in
'' fornlotldn' or write i
SOUTHERN. PA II IF 1,0
John M, Scott, General Passenger
Agent, Portland, Oregon."'' ''
'?. i ;-Y (
Re,nnie, Eugene, Oregon: Louis Tato,
or viaa, Oregon; Jolin Low, of VIda,
Oregon; Charles Neal, of Vida, Oregon.
Jan. G.Feb. 10'.' a ' Register.
t i i.i,
ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE :
Notlco is lieroby given that tho un-'
dorslgnod has bocii duly appointed by
tho County Cour.tf pf tho S,tato of Ore?
Eon for Lano County, administrator
of tho Estat'o-'orMary L. lOoeneko, dd'
ceased. ,., , i
All persons haying claims against
said CKtato nrO'liGrobv.nntinnd tn urn.
sent theisamo, proporlyvei'lUoaj'.i6ynd,j
at-tho bmco of Frank Ar.DpKubIn j
N.OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice Is horoby given timt tliq un
ilcij'Hlgtiud administrator, of tho ostato
of John II. Innls, deceased has filed
his final account with tho County Clerk;
o Lano County, Oregon, and that un
crdr has' been mado and entorcd of
record 'directing this notlco and sotting
Friday tho 25th, day of February, 1910,
at tliotjtipur o(;i'Q .aclock A. M., for tho
hcarlft'of objection if any to said
final account and for.' tho final nettle-
jnent, of 'said, ostato. k:
' - SQUIRE INNIft,:,-
Administrator of tho cstato of Jol n 13.
InrIs,, pcconsoiL V-
JOHN'C. MULLEAttornoyJ Ai
MONEY TO LOAN
on improved farms and city
property, call at my oillco 32
fiast 8th Ave, Eugene, or call
7Gtf F. J. BERGEIt,
O. R. Guliion,M. D.
Practice Limited tl
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Graduate Nurse Attending
306, White Temple, Eugene.
Repairing a Specialty
Main, bet. Fourth and Fifth. Phono ll
SPRINGFIELD - OREGON
Haraess, Shoes, Gloves
Harness and Shoes
The Harness Shop
J. H. BOWER
Ofilco 774 Wlllamotto St.
Phono Eugono COO
Homo I'hono 132-J
W. F. WALKER
Office Phone 62; residence 67-J
West Main 8t.
For Farm and Cty Property
Exchanges n Specialty ',
Oillco Ninth uinl 1'onrl un. Tolcpnonca
Sulto 2. Phono '888, EUGENE, HUE
RcBldenco Over Dodge's Stbroi
t, , Phono, 30
HERBERT E. WALKER
Office In City Hall, 8prlngf1eld, Ore
bri'AD'ALlNE KEENEV FERRIS
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon
' 'Oillco, 'Uaptist Parsonago1'; -"'
'(Junior Second and 0 Btroots :
. D,R. J. E RlOrlJvio'ND
PHONES Office, 3j. Residence, 118-J
Over Commercial Bank,.
,, Springfield, Oregon.
Jas. Corsaw has ro-oponed
his Blibor i-opiilr shop in tho
"''.wesb'half of tho Stovensibl
. cycle Shop, .Majnit. tnoar
HOURS; 0 TO 12. . PJIONH .40,