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About The Lane County news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1914-1916 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 10, 1916)
TUn I nnn Pnimtu Mniun
1 116 LdllD UUUIIIj noWo
W, A. DILL, Editor and Mgr.
Every Monday and
Thursday by the Lime County
""''rates of subscription
Onb' Yoar .... $1.60
SIX Months - N .75
Threo monthc ' 60
AVortlKng rates furnished on appli
cation. Member of the Willamette Valley
-THURSDAY, FEB. 10, 191G.
AND WHY NOT?
i' - Under the heading, "Wood
flocks but not for Oregon," tho
Portland Telegram says editor
ially: sf "San Pranclsco'has'decided to
' make a test of wood block pave- of cHpPjngs from newspapers, in
pient. This decision is the re- 'various places, showing that prb
sult of long continued urging On hlbitlon does not prohibit, and
the part of California. lumber- J. Ba0uts in big heads "Dry State
.men and others Interested in the gyjj ye "Tulsa Druggist a
'greater use of wood. The pave- Bootlegger" and under even a
ment is now being laid' in thelarger lleading telis Qf the Den-
rheavy traffic downtown district' ver plan for maklng real beer
as a subsUtute for the noisy Bel- !out of ncar been The whole
gian blocks. We can safely de- sheet carries (lie atmosphere of
pend upon it, that in a few years great satisfaction because the
'the Bay City will be using wood prohU)ition laws are being vlo-
block in its streets to a consld-
erable extent. wouldn't it be just as consist-
,'Detroit, Mich., uses so much 0nt for tho Amalgamated Order
wood block in its paving activi- '0f Shop Lifters, or the Myster
ties that the mayor of that cityous Murderers' Union, or the
has suggested the building of a Embezzlers' Protective Associa-
. . .
creosoting plant, contending , uon, to Issue press bulletins,
that the city can buy the lumber quoting from the press of the
and give it the proper treatment -united States examples of rob
more cheaply than it can buy the 'beries, mysterious murders, or of
treated blocks. The Detriot of-
, " 'The success of the munici
pal asphalt plant causes me to the law. Statutes are the sober
suggest that it would be in the rules of society adopted, for the
interests of economy to- allow protection of its members, and
the commissioner of : public the man who violates these rules
works sufficient funds for the' sets his will in defiance of that
construction of a plant for the 'of organized society. Of all the
manufacture of creosoted blocks violators of the law, we would
Due to the splendid quality of 'list the bootlegger pretty near
this material, large quantities jthe bottom. There is some little
"have been, laid in Detroit during measure of justification for the
the. past few years. The Com-man who steals bread because
missioner of public works could he is hungry, or the man who
not only effect a saving in the kills under great provocation,
manufacture of such pavement but the man who breaks the pro
by purchasing the lumber and hibition law, does so deliberately,
treating the blocks directly, but He defies society's rules, and as
the paving of streets would be
"In Minneapolis creosoted
-i -i i .t.ifT. -.i -i.-i?
it' n I'rnwiii c-rTTirT nniTinrr TnnmT
tel. The Minneapolis city coun-
cil has just ordered paving that-
will furnish a market for 14,000,
000 feet of yellow pine blocks, all
to be laid in the streets of that
city during the current year.
More than $1,000,000 is to be
spent for the season's paving,
and the greater portion of this
in v. i i i i i
will-be expended for laying wood
"Meanwhile what word of en
couragement do we have in Ore
gon for wood block pavement?"
Someone recalls from' the ar
chives of, memory a meeting
held several years ago to djs
cuss the matter of a new high
v i .
I school building, when It wns tno
.sentiment of the spokesmon,
that "if. the Bootii-KOiiy mm
; WCro only rebuilt, It would bo an
jea8y matter to put unwhigh
school building." The mill Is re
built and running, nnd we still
hear the plaint that we can't
afford it. Will thero over bo a
time, anywhere, that all the tax
payers will be s6 well supplied
with funds that thoy will fall
over themselves to provide funds
for any purpose? Tho real ques
tion to settlo now Is what is
needed in the way of equipment
for tho schools, and then supply
it the eb saoypwt fiiowolyell
it thebes t way possible.
GLEEFUL OVER VIOLATIONS
The News, In common with
many other newspapers receives
the Weekly press bulletin of the
National Wholesale Liquor Deal-
11:1a uoouuuuuiu "
embezzlements? Now, wouldn't
There is no glory in violating
a law violator should receive lit-1
we wunuer iiuw- umiiv uliii:i
of the nrintinir nlants of the
- - rj
county 'were led when ll
came to askinS for bids forssuP
plying blank books and printed
forms for the use of the county
officials. The News, for one, had
no information tnat sucn con-
tracts were to be let, and had
therefore no opportunity to sub-
mit bids. Apparently just an-
other examnle of the Eusene at-
j,ine,r example oi mo iene ai
titude come asking favors of
Springfield when there is any
money to be raised, and forget
all about the extension of any-
courtesies when that could be
done. The recent railroad ban
quet, you know, vsxa for "Eu
gene and vicinity,'.' and "vicln-
ity" was defined as ''anything
"The Road of a Thousaud Wonders"
SIX MONTHS ROUND TRIP TICKETS ON SALE
Many"attractIbnB,'for Iho'vlsltori'to Qallforpla In Foruarjr., Bathing at
the beaches, picking oranges and; emopg, motoring, playing golf or tonnls. i
The beautiful exposlton at San Diego opcri. all thB'ycar. Trips to Mt. Lowe m
or' MCWllfibn;' "(Jcean-trlon to Cdtallna or Santa, Cruz Islands, Every
where life door of hospitality stands open for JOU.
i ' AbU youi local agent 'wrlto ' ' " ' '
Bcott, Qenoral PaB3cngcr Agent, Portland.Crcgon
Recital to be Given Friday Night a,t tho Baptist Church
by the Pupils of Mrs. Guy Knapp.
. v. PART I
(a) Potltd Sympbny - - v 'Morot
(b) Screnndo - , - t - - - - Schubert
J. V. DEIFELL, Klrst'VloIln' DEIFELL, Socoml Violin
MRS; KNAPP, Pinna
"Ton Soldier Boys"
. rii - -ALICE
rf, - - -
(b) Water Mill
"In a Spanish Garden" V
"Trumpeters of tho Guard" -
Piano Duct ------
EMMA TRAVIS, MRS. KNAPP
Vocal Solo - - "V - "When You Como Homo"
"Cooing of Doves" - f ------ Andro
RUTH II R ATTAIN
(a) Sleighing Song - - - Bethel
(b) Good Night - Rowo
Romance of the Rose - - - WUdormcro
Piano Duet - - ' - "- - Solectcd
maud And anna oorrie .
(a) Petite Berceuse - , - - Herman
(b) "To a Wild. Rose" - - - - - McDowell
' J. W. DEIFELL, Violin
Vocal Solo "Twilight Faces" Lane
MRS. J. TOMSETH
"Visions of the Dance" - - - -' - Martin
"Drifting and Dreaming Kern
(a) "The Palms" - - - - - ,.- - ' Fauro
(b) "Happy Fanner" n '- - - - - - Schuman
Vocal duet, Selected ' - -
Piano Duet -
MARGARET TOMSETH, MRS. KNAPP
(a) "Let Us Try" - : . - - - - ' -
(b) "Jollv Raindrops" ,
v CRYSTAL BRYAN
"Village Festival" - '
(a) "The Man-Boys Donkey" - - - -
(a) Traum der Scnnerin Lobitzky
(b) "Slumber Song" - - - - - - Nevln
K- J. DEIFELL. J.' W. DEIFEELL. MRS. KNAPP
west of Blair street. Oh, well,
wp will probably keep right on
paying our taxes like goojd cit
izens, allow half our people in
automobiles and jitneys to buy
their supplies in Eugene, and
then wonder why we havn't
more civic spirit and more home
CHURCH NOTICES .
Corner Second and B streets
J James T. Moore, pastor, phone
ial d uiiua y
for all, and
11 A. M. Sermon. Subject,
"The Test of Character."
G:30 P. M. Epworth League.
The League is alive and full of
7:30 P. M. Sermon. Subject,
"The Peace of God."
Thursday. 5:30 to 8 P. M A
chicken pie supper will be served
in the church by the ladles,
w , d v 2:30 La(Uc
"uc BUtt' ,ov"
80 Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Choir
Thursday, 7:30 p. m. Midweek
First Baotist Church.
Rev. Will N. Ferris, minister.
Bible School at 10:00 A. M.
Gilbert Miller. Supt.
- "'- - Ilelllfl
Divino Worship at 11:00 A. M.
"True Nobility," will be discus
sed by Pastor.
6:30 P. M. Senior and Junior
Evening service of song and
sermon at 7:30. Both Rev. W. N.
and Dr. Keeney Ferris will speak
, flnrnnstlv rGfllUGSt nil 1C1
bcrs to be present and invite our
neighbors and friends.
Strangers always welcome.
Church of Christ
9:45 A. M. Sunday school, Mr.
11:00 Junior Christian Endeavor
Mrs. Lansbury, Supt.
1 11 :00 a. m. Communion and
I 6:30 P. M. Christian Endeavor
Miss Lambert, Leader. Special
7:30 P. M. Evening Sen-ices.
Wednesday 7:30 P. M. Prayer
Thursday 7:30 Choir Rehearsal.
E.'C. WIG MO RE,
Free Methodist Churcri.
Sabbath School at 10 a. m.
Preaching services at 11 a.m.
Prayer and praise service at
7 P. M., preaching at 7:30 P. M.
Tuesday, 7:30 P. M., Young
peoplo's prayer meeting.
Midweek prayer meeting on
Thursday at 7:30 P. M.
A cordial invitation is extend
ed to all.
M. F. CIIILDS
ItOBERT BURNS LO-go, No.
78, A. M, F. Anclont ttnd
Accepted Scottish Itlto TJni'
i' MaBOns we'eto' first and" third
Monday rivonlng In W. OW.
ball. Visiting brothers wel
P. A. JohnBon
L. K. Pagef '
n. W. M.
NOTICE OP FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given that tliotun
deralgned administrator of tho estate
of John B. InnlB, deceased has' filed
his1 ftrtalaccdunb wlth)thoCountyClork
6f' Lane County, Oregon, nd that an
order-has been made anduontorod of
jocord diroQtins tliianotlaiul setting
I'rlday tho 2Bth day of Fqbfuary.ilOlO,
at tho hour of '10 o'clock-A;iM., fori the
hearing of objections, if-iany to' said
final account and for tho final settlo.
ment of said eatatr. f '
i . ( , flQyiRB 1NNI0,
Admlnis'tra of tho cstato of John B.
Ihnls.-De'ceasod. ' 1 '
JOHN C MULU2N, Attorney.
' : NOTICE TO CREDIJOR8 '
Notice is hereby given thali.S. W.
Cranmer has been appointed adinln
CIRLS DO NOT WANT A LIFE OF POVERTY;
THEY PREFER MEN WITH MONEEY. YOU CANT
THE BOY WHO HAS A BAN KBOK NOW IS LIKE
LY TO ALWAYS HAVE ONE. PARENTS KNOW THIS
AND WELCOME INTO THEIR HOMES THE CAREFUL
YOUNG MAN WHO IS THRIFTY.
WHY DON'T YOU START A BANK ACCOUNT, OR
INCREASE YOUR BALANCE IF YOU HAVE ONE? ..
WE PAY 4 PER CENT INTEREST ON TIME
" ivrtrtnai mum
The Fifth Street Grocery
Thos. Sikes, Prop. Phone 22
Why not save and deposit in our Savings Department
one-twelfth of your total taxes each month? Dy so dis
tributing the tax burden over the entire year, it will not
seem so heavy.
4 per cent on savings.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, EBGENE, OREGON.
Istrator of tho cstato of Lucy C, Cran
mer, deceased, aii persons naving
claims against tho Bald estate nre here
by notified to prcsont tho samo, duly
verified, with tho propo- vouchers, to
tho Raid administrator, ut tiio law
ofilco8 of J, M. Dovors in Kugono, Oro-
gon, within six months from tho (Into
of tho' first publication of this Sum-
monB, to-wlti within six months from
tho 31st day of January, A. I)., 1910.
S. W. CRANMER.
J M. DEVERS,
Attorney for Eotato. Jan. 31-Fob.28
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of tho Interior
U. S. Land Offi'co at Rosoburg, Ore
gon, January S. 'lOlfl. ' '
Wakofleld, of Vlda, Oregon, who on
August 1, 1011, mado Homestead Entry
SerlaPNb. 07400, for the N of SWU,
NW',i of SE4 and Lot 1 of, Section 34,
Township 108, Range 3E, Wlllamotto
Merldan, has filed notice of intention
to make Flpal Three-year Proof, to
establish claim to the land nbdvo de
scribed, beforo I. P. Hewitt. U. S. Com
mission, at bis ofTlco at Eugene, Oro-;
gon, on tlo 18th day of February, 1010.
(jiajmam namoa as witnesses, -jqiiu
Ronnie, Eugbno, Oregon; Louis Tato,
nf Vlda. Oretton: John Low. Of Vlda.
Oregon; Charles Noal, of Vlda, Oregon.
j. in, ui'iuiN,
Jan. 0-Fo'd. 10. ' Register.
D. W. ROOF, JEWELER
1 1 1 1 i 1 j i i i
pine) watch; repairing
HERBERT E. WALKER
3f(lce In City flail, SprlnQMd; Oit
Dr. ADALINE KEENEY FERRIS
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon
Office, Baptist Parsonago
Corner Socond and C Strcots
HOURS: 9 TO 12. PHONE 40
J. H. BOWER
Ofllco 774 Wlllamotto SL
Phono Eugeno 699
Homo Phono 132-J ,.s
W. F. WALKER
, AfUNERAL DIHEpTqjt, t
Office Phono??; -. ..$0i'ldenoc 670
For arryi and Cijy, Property
ExchanQes a Specialty
DR. J. E. RICHMOND
PHONES Office, '3; Residence, 116-J
Oyer. Qprnme.r.cjal Bank,
Jan, Corsaw has re-opened
liiB slioo repair uhop in tho
v;e3t lmlf,o(,'tho.1,StevcnB 1)1
cycle shop, ,Mnln St, near,