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About The Lane County news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1914-1916 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1916)
The Lane County News
W. A. DILL, Editor and Mgr.
Published Every Mondny and
Thursday by tho Lano County
WILL REBUILD INMAN-
POSTON MILL AT ONCE
back to tho distribution of his
product moro actively, Tho re-
" Z.: . , '..,.. l'ortinnu, Kcb. xu.-uy nn
poaaiuio cuiihuiiiiiuuii, uuu "agreement of all Insurance nd
not ji dealer any more In lum-jesters detailed on tho Intnan
tract for erecting $000,000 sugar
factory near here.
Portland is to have a now vau
dovlllo theatre to cost $1125,000.
Spauldlng Logging Company
will cut nn.ooo.ooo root of logs
uncle or corvnliis.
HATES OF SUI1SCRIPTION
Ono Year " ' " 1.60
Six Months .... .75
Three montho ... .60
Advertising rates furnished on nppll-cation.
Mcmberof the Willamette Valley
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1910
I with bot-;tion of the Innmn-Poulaon plant, Ontario District to bo form
on 'Vhhv which was parllally destroyed by ed to develop Warm Springs Ir
!,i"f'rT inw Inst ThursdayaftoriToon,Wgatloh project'.'
ier laiars. started tomorrow morn- Donald ciuupnlgnlng for n
MORE LIGHT FOR SPRING-FIELD
The lighting question before
the people of Springfield now is,
"How much do we want to save
on the annual street light bill?"
Three propositions liave been
offered by the power company,
' any one of which mean a saving
to the taxpayers.
We do not see any necessity
her nrinclnally. Tho producer Poulson flro losses, rcconstrtu'
must get Into tho field with bet-!"?" or tiie innmn-t'ouiaon plant,
tor schooled salesmen
TlieV MUUSt WOrii nil DOSSIMO Inir. .-, . ' olionurt fnntnrv
channels not reached by tho re-' Tho Insurance representatives Plans on foot to Irrigate 100,
producer lms not suillclent out- bave enough conlldenco In tho 000 acres of Llttlo and Dig
put to enable him to put skilled ofttcMa of tho Inmnn-Poulson Agency plains In .loffcrson and
m,M)i DiL. ...Lumber Company to permit , Crook counties,
men energetic salcsmen-ln them to ,)rocee(1 (vUll thc!,r ro., Portlnml chamber of Com-
tho field, ho must associate him- , building work boforo tho dam- merco to be reorcanlzcd to con-
self with other producers so tha. aged property Is formally ox- jcentrato more uixm payrolls nmf
they can do this co-operatlvcly. "n,,,ieu AujusuneniB win pro- industries nnti less upon long-
Thon tho lmnlior Droilnror ceed in tll usual way, but thedlstnuco enterprises.
,J1 L f?.M 1 ttI Z uranco companies havo ngre- . Corvnliis grants Southern Pa-
...v.ov tov, ...v..v... bv.. ou tnat tne nnnuer company can iclflc a franchise upon Its own
unciv ui mauuincuirers oi pro- begin its work without prom-1 terms.
ducts which use wood. Wood- dice. This is nn unusual pro- Baker to get a modem dairy
en block pavement will never ceeciing, ana is adopted only plant.
pt JtQ tiiQf finonrts nntn inm- 'wnen tno PolicyliQlder merits Portland Pacific Const Stool
h 12 SSr thcf uiLnM?.nc8 of th0 Insur-1 Co.p tan. to erect $500,000 plant
x 0 unco companies. . iliero.
own paving companies anu lay i it is estimated that It will rc
the pavement. Wood silos will qtilro from 10 days to two weeks
have to be pushed by tho lumber to nwko tho adjustments. It
manufacturer; probably it can ,tt,!J","rM8ftc"
be done through the retail yard, Uny vhUo tno plabut ls'iule dm,
but never, without the co-oper- this action on. the part of tho
ation of the lumber manufac- insurance people will therefore
turer." 8ave the owners considerable
Ashland Taxpayers support
a county pathologist. Taxes now
Cottage Grove Quicksilver
mlno near Loudon to rcsumo
North Powder wants to build
a new school house.
Jackson County has good
coal but in January shipped in
for putting . 100-candlepower
lamps on some of the streets, Small bovs on roller skates Adjusters for every company i nearly 100 carloads. Capital
but we do believe that the sub- BO,i,in nvu .a' lmviS a ,oss ,n the Inman-Poul- needed for development.
. ...! f Rn-o Mm tvJ . """ , ' sen lire met yesterday with Paul Ashland $15,000 to Do spent
- are rumuUg consmerauio tisk u. Bates, wlio lias liaiulled the remodeling hotel Oregon.
would be a progressive step o injury on the streets of this company's Insurance, and read-, Greshnm- Before taking nd
that Springfield might well take, i nace older boys have been rcAched an agreement to per-, vantage of the Union high
We are the center or
large electrical distribution
a fairly Lti..,, n, ,.nfi,io r mlt immediate reconstruction, school gymnasium students
tion svs- e n ft, Art ' . "UBtp rocure a phys c an s cer-
wi. x. uhvi n.v- ....... NtAHLY I HIJ1ISAPJI1 linnet nmm
tem, and it would be fitting to;street stop antl riciing around i
have our streets jus a little bet-', toward the depot. Better to !
ter lighted than some other stoi) tiie practice before Fred
clues, a lew more aney ana .wnikor pots von.
(must procure n physician's cer-
i ...... t ... . -i A 1...
Astoria mauing ugut. to ue
designated as a naval base.
Dallas Commercial club is
intersection lights could be used
to advantage, whichever propo
sition is adopted.
However, if the taxpayers de
sire to make a material saving
on the city's light bill, the third
proposition will continue the
present system in effect and it
is' by no means inefficient.
Nine hundred ninty-two vol
,ers were registered in Lane boosting a tank factory at that
county durinc the week endinir inlnce.
tjio.wi , 'February 11, according to a re-1 Independence Win. Riddell
orand paper says tne port ,naae by the county cierk;liiireti man to catch gophers on
Natron Gut-off will be finished to the secretary of state at his farm. Result 3,800 in one
eventually. We would like to Salem, covering .that period. 'year at 25 cents each, or nearly
quote the Minneapolis flour (11US ,s Ayy- "lore than regis- a thousand tionnrs irom tins
otcs April 17 on
"SICKNESS IS BAD," BUT POVERTY, AND DE
PENDING UPON "CHARITY" IS WORSE. WE CANT
ALWAYS PREVENT SICKNESS, BUT POVERTY IS
NEARLY ALWAYS THE RESULT OF EXTRAVA
GANCE AND WASTE.
MOST MEN CAN SAVE PART OF THEIR EARN
INGS FROM THEIR WORK OR THEIR BUSINESS
WITHOUT REALLY DENYING THEMSELVES.
WHEN SICKNESS COMES DON'T LET IT FIND
YOU WITHOUT MONEY.
PUT MONEY IN THE BANK FOR SELF-PROTECTION
j BANK WITH US.
WE PAY FOUR PER CENT INTEREST ON TIME
maker "Eventually, why not 1t1I;ecJLllrll!5 the Previous weelc, crop.
' hilt f IIP rpmRtrntinn to vnf Vnnnnllfi v
4 V IT
PUSH THEIR WARES
slow, says Lloyd Howe, special ,S20,000 bonds for waterworks.
ieijiBirur in me cient s oiuce.
We told you, Elizabeth Ann 'ThereportfoPthe weekf Uows:' R. SURVEY
II1U.L piiiig nuuiu uuiue. i La8t
A paper presented by E. B.
.Hazen, of Portland, at the an
liSal meeting of the National
Lumber Manufacturers' assoc
iation in Chicago last week
brought out several new phases
bf,the efforts of lumbermen to
promoted prosperity "in the in
dustry which vitally concerns
the Pacific Northwest. His ad
Almost time for another city
T 1 1 .
NORTHWEST ROADS KShST "
FACE CAR SHORTAGE SSSSBontets" ' ! ! 37
. ,. 7 c jBull Moose
Freight Congestion in East, Non-Partisan 15
Oiorms anu nuuus may
4523 o. L. Zentner. Southern Pa
1495!clfic engineer, who has been at
Make Conditions Acute.
ways "of the Pacific Northwest ALKORN APPOINTED
are- approaching an acute short- TEMPORARY COUNTY
;aee of cars for movement oil FARMER ADVlsnn
, , , i lumber, grain and other pro-j
-cress lonoweu me aeciarauon ducts to the East an(1 t0 Pacific R B Coglof resIgne(1 Lane
of the convention's slogan coast terminals. In the con- county agriculturist, left Sunday
"Teach America to use wood gestetl freight districts on the for Pullman, Washington, to as
where wood is best." In part Atlantic seaboard thousands of sume the management of tiie
Mr Hazen said- cars belonging to Western and agriculturists of fourteen Wash-
w m.,t nwnkPn- wp must transcontinental lines are held ington counties. J. M. Alkorn.
We must awaken, must and (loing duty as warehouses, of Brownsville, has been an'
find ourselves; we must sell our and although the American pointed by the Oregqn Agricul
lumber. It was formerly bought Railway association has taken tural college to temporarily fill
from us. Now we must sell it, the matter up with a view of the vacancy made by Mr. Cog-
just as any other producer sells effecting release of idle cars no Ion's departure. Mr. Alkorn took
,i..f early renef 1S expected. charge of the work today,
his product. , Adding to the difficulties of Mr. Alkorn, a graduate of tho
"Now in the merchandising the" situation many empty cars Oregon Agricultural college, has
from the viewpoint of the assoc- have been held up at various done special work in investiga
iation. We have three associ- points on railways from the Mis- tion of farm management tor
ated efforts: The National as- suri river to the Pacific coast, the government of the state. He
. lt tu n , , f7:Snow blockades, washouts and will not attempt to introduce
sociation, the Producing Zone gWe8 haye made lt 1)0SSjble t0 ew ,deas but w,i, Jl
association, the Seling associa-!get only a few freight trains, plans already made by the agri
tion. There is a clearly defined j particularly on the northern .cultural council. Mr. Alkorn has
field of operation , for each. Alls lines, through for the last two received his bachelor's degree
are essential none are super- weeks. When normal movement inhe science of agriculture and
fl , of freight trains and release of is now taking a special course
. OB- 'empty cars for loading come the for a master's degree.
"There is some talk about the ,reilef wln be pnly temporary, On account of other business,
concerted effort on the part of i railway men say. The expected Mr. Alkorn will be in the county
substitutes against wood. In j larger lvoume of shipping when one day of each week. This day
my judgment It appears to be :deniands for lumber in the East will be so arranged however as
ronrertPd because each 8ubsti-lgrow wiU caU for tmtf:e cars to create no unnecessary Incon
concerted.. because eacn subst than u be avallablei venlence and C. J. Hurd, deputy
tute is waging its own Individ- j Both the Great Northern and state grange organizer, will be
ual campaign, and the cumula- Northern Pacific are short of in the agriculturist's oflice on
tive effect appears concerted, equipment and the Spokane, that day. The appointment of
In lumber, however, there is an ! Portland fc beattie, owneu uy tne position will be made by the
tl.si turn PAitmnit ftirctnmn In In cif Awmvmi ...(..1... 1 11
about able to fill demands for subject to the approval of the
The Oregon-WashlngtonRail- Since the establishment of the
road & Navigation system is nost of atiriculturiBt In Lane
forthcoming through the Zone 'short several hundred box cars, county in February, 1914, two
nftRnPintinn nrMviHf"? Ibut lts supply of fiats Is ample men have occupied the position,
association activities. for present requirements of F, W, 'Rader was first appointed
;'The illustration that lumber ;8hippers. Lumber shipments for, and later resigned to accept a
consumption Is analogous to a! the East will soon have to be better position. Mr. Coglon was
pie i3 mcst apt. The consumn- made on flat cars Milch are appointed following Mr. Rader's
tion of various woods are cuts suitable for rour?h lumber. 1- rpn'cnntlnM, nuard.
frpUheJ,If yrymg u, iCSSiftw SSSSJld .NDUSTRIAL motes
cording to the accomplishments ducts. W1
in, the marketing of each, and 'Last' fall's shortage on tV Salem, Feb.' 21. New indus-
the whole pie. the total con- macules uregon lines, wliieli tiles-are coming to tho state
opportunity for concerted ac
tion through the National as
sociation in addition to the
cumulative effect, which will be
work with a crew of men for the
past two weeks, surveying for a
branch railroad from Cuahman
to Florence has about finished
his part of the work.
The notes of the survey will
then be sent to Eugene where
estimates of amount of labor re
quired to build the road will bo
The people of Florence arc
taking a great deal of interest
in the matter and are very eager
to see the railroad built and lo
comotives hauling cars over it.
NOTICE OF SALE
The Best Groceries
For Less Money
The Fifth Street Grocery
Thos. Sikes, Prop. Phone 22
Notice Ib hereby nlvon that th un- l
ilnrulfrnnff nilfiilrilntruf rlv nf llin OM- I
tstio of JanieH A. Uhliert. ileconsi'd,
with tho will tuinoxed, will receive
bids for the sale of 21 itharett of tho
Htock of the Flrnt National Hank of
Sprlngfiold, Oregon, on or before tho
2Gth day of February. 1010. at 10
o'clock A. M. oald Hhares of stock shall
be sold all tOKothcr to the highest
and bCHt bid offered to said ndmlnlH
trtrlx. The ailmlnlBtratrlx reaervoa
tho right to reject any and all bldf.
The said Halo shall be mado pursuant
to an order of the County Court of
Lane County Oregon made on tho 14th
day of February, 191G, authorizing tho
administratrix to sell said 21 shares
of stock of tho First National Dank
of Springfield, Oregon, nt private sale
and without notlco. No bid will bo
considered except it be for cash only.
Date of the first publication of this
notlco February 17th. 191C.
Administratrix with tho will annexed
of tho estate of James A. Ebbort,
deceased. Feb. 17-21-24.
NOTICE TO DOG OWNERS
I have been instructed by the
town council to enforce the pro
visions of ordinance 420, requir
ing all dogs to be kept off all
streets, alleys or public places
except in lesh. Stray dogs are
liable to be taken up and owners
J. B. EDWARDS.
sumptlbn, -can grow at tile same 'waB rolleved the early part of and fh insmv towns the creation
imo without rifotiirhttie tho ro- the wmter ,s again' acute, ac- of new buildings and now vttntn
Orae.sItliQUt disturbing ,the re- cordlng,,t0 one omdaL have lveM annbunced. Rverv-
lauou. rue larger me pie ine . , ; 'y,lcr(i in tl,e 8tnt0 are he gIf,nf?
larger the cut in proportion rpp- Monmouth gets $5000 co-op- ofisteady, consistent and encour-
resentliig the individual wood erative creamery plant. aging 'growth,
expands. Itself In. the.sarae, pro- .,Tb1' Planning $75,000 iMqrshfi.eld Sawmill at Isth-
nnrtfnn i- . bigh.Bohool. mi8 Inlet to be operated this
portion. I -Mflrflhfifllfl A Wnnrtwi wnrA mnnlli ' .
NOTICE OF FINAL. SETTLEMENT
Notlco Is hereby given that tho un
derslgned administrator of tho estate
of John 13. IimIb, deceased has filed
tils final account with tho County Clerk
of Lane County, Oregon, and that nn
order has been made and entered of
jocord directing thin notice and netting
Friday the 25th day of February, ID1C.
at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M., for tho
hearing of objoctionn, If ony to wild
final account und-for tho final nottlo-
have'lveM 'announced, Rvery- n-c' fr P"li etito,'
drnlnlslrator of Iht! eHlate of'John I).
, Innle,'. DerctiMidi
JOHN C. TrtULLKN, Attorney.
"It would seem that the lum- factoryrto make a.carload dally ; Grants Pabs Dyer Compan
ber pfrdhc'er Jtiiust get directly BeekfcgJpcaqn her.:7 j,' ' of (jcvetlal(l,, Ofcty, liay .cp
NOTICE TO CHEDITORS.
Nooov,j8'i:iior(by 'efw'oth'aX S. W.
Why not save and deposit In our Savings Department
one-twelfth of your total taxes each month? Ily so dis
tributing the tax burden over tho entire year, it will not
seem so heavy. ,
1 per cent on savings.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, EUGENE, OREGON.
Cranmer hnt beon appointed admin Dr. ADALINE KEENEY FERRIS
Istrator of tho estate of Lucy C. Ornn- Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon
mer, deceased. All porsonn- having 0)Ilc0( IJnptBl I.nrfl0ImB0
claims against tho said ostato aro hero- Qormr Socond ,, c gircetB
by notified to present tho samo, duly ij0Uns: o TO 12. I'HONK 40
verified, with tho propc vouQhors, to
tho said administrator, at tho law -------------------
offices of J. M. Dovcra In Eugono, Oro J. H. BOWER
gon, within six months from tho dato Lawyor.
of tho first publication of this Sum- oinco 774 -villainotto St.
mons, to-wlt: within six months from Phono Eugene 600
tho 31st day of January, A. D., 1016. 1Iomo phono jgg.j
S. W. CRANMER. Eugene, Oregon
J M. DEVERS, w p uALKEB
Attorney for Estate. Jan. 31.Fob.28 UNDERTAKER
OfflceKlnihsml Pearl Sn. TifpfioncfW Office Phone 62; Kesldenca 67-J
VETERINARY BURGEON Sg
AND DENTIST Tn
suito 2. Phono 888, eugenb, ouD Eqwarcis !&.Ora.ttai
Residence over -Dodge's Store For Farm and City Property "
T,m Exchanges a Specialty
Springfieid Garage Spr,ngfio,d Ph;ne"30 0reem
U H. sXNDbAf Ht ' "'' ; -
Proprietor CAREFUL, CONSCIENTIOUS
Repairing a Specialty ip, I - i .
Main, bet. Fourth nnd Fifth. Photro 11 JJP Tl"Ti J STjJi,,A
SPRINGFIELD - OREGON "T, , ' ' jf'
" v PracAcer' LlmVtfed''fl T' PHONES Office, 3;' Retldenee, 116-J
p x? m j tl ' ' '0v6r Commer.ral Bank,'"
Pftlfrl -5? Springfield, Oregon.
Graduate NUrso Attending j 7''r. n ),,r
306, White Temple, Eugene. " '" " i
t i i 1 1 Jas. CJorsaw has re-opened
. . wfesthalf of the SteVeps bl
' ' ;iiuiie cycly 6hop; Alaft3stJ"n6ar
Office ;ln Cliy Hall," Sprlnjnilti, (Ott. ..
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