TUn I nnn Pnnnfu fclnum 1116 LdilG uOUIIij IlDfjS ' W. A. DILL, Editor and Mgr. Published Every Monday and Thursday by the Lane County Publishing Association. one YVJf -P "Tiibo six Months - rt5 Thrco monthn .go Advertising rates furnished on nppll- cation. Member of the Willamette Valley Editorial Association. .THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 191G. THE SHORTAGE OF PAPER A conference of paper manu facturers recently issued an ap peal to the public to save old papers, rags, and other raw ma terial of paper. They call at tention to the great amount of such material -wasted, and de scribe feelingly the scramble of the paper makers for the stock needed to fill orders. . . Comparatively few people save paper as tney once tnu. m s. received approximately Formerly householders had a ; $57.000 ,000 for carrying and thrifty little account with the iiamiiing the . mails. The de junk man, and the dickering nmnds of railroad employes in with, him was a part of thej and engjne service for an household routine. Many grown-1 s.hour day with Umo and a.half ups recall how on rainy days as sfor over Ume woul(1 increaso children, they would be set to'pavroll al)0Ut $100,000,000 a sorting out white rags from the year 0r nearly twice as much colored, one class bringing a as roads received for carrying better price than the other. If majis mixed, they all went in at the : ' low price, -which the thrifty housewife could not stand for. The few coins gained would look Herman Rosenfield, advertis trifling now. But material was manager of the nation's greatest conserved and prices kept down, mail order house, recently told During recent years the col- the members of the American lecting of old newspapers has Ad club at a convention: been undertaken as a money . "We have a bureau whose raising scheme in behalf of ' dutv it is to read each week the Sliast and Ogden ROUTES EAST I Do you know that tickets to Eastern destinations via California cost but a trifle more than on more Northern Routs? Bo you know that qijly one change of cars is neces sary if you go via California to Chicago, Omaha, Denver, Kansas City or St. Louis? I Do you know that the transit longer if you go via California? stop-overs. ? Do you know that there are library observation, standard and tourist sleeping cars on three dallys trains via California on Shasta and Ogden Routes? ? Do you know that Information on all travel routes can be obtained from local agent or by writing to John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent Portland, Oregon SOUTHERN PACIFIC COO Oregon Power churches -nntl other societies. Mnny people cnn bo. Interested to save papor for this purpose who would not do it for their own profit. It is popular in tho country where ready monoy is 0(tCn scarce, and church funds ;COim slow. It is a very simple matter to fil n' old papo In the attic and save them for the Ladies' Aid Society. The amount of j papor and paper stock that goes ' through the average home is very considerable in these days, who so many newspapers, mag nzlnos. circulnrs. and nackaces come in. The proceeds may not ;be large. But to organize such collections for a public cause does not require nny great amount of labor. The net result is a conserva tion of resources and the re- moral of a lot of dust collecting rubbish from the homes. It is economically profitable to the community. This cannot be said of all the suppers and entertain ments conducted for public causes. Albany Herald. In 1915 the railroads of the MAIL ORDER EFFICIENCY I limit of tickets Is This allows liberal i WITH country newspapers fromali over tho country. There is not n paper of any consequence, In jour trade territory that our buiv. eau docs not got. Tills bureau jloks over those papers and whVi iwc find a town where the mor- j chants nro not advertising in tho local paper, wo Immediately Hood that territory with our. 11- jOraturc. It always brings rc- suits far in oxcess of tho same effort put forth in territory i whore tho local merchants use their local papers " RUMORS AND RUMORS A groat number of minors of railroad construction are flying about Springfield these days, land it would seem that out of 'so many some work would havo 'to come. Tho Oregon Electric extension has been one of the ;most persistent, and now we .have a semi-ofllclnl statement 'that the work Is to bo done. I The rumor persists that the I old P. E. & E., the west sido J Southern Pacific Is to bo elcctri jfied from Whltoson to Spring . field, operated with power from I here. At least jvc know that material has been gathered for electrification from Whltoson , to Corvallis has boon assem bled and President Sproulo hnsj announced this work. Whether the work Is to continue on into l Springfield is a matter for in- teresting speculation. This, same crop of rumors carrioi I with It the story that the S. P. will be double tracked between Springfield and Eugeno- The Natron cut-off rumors likewise persists in coining up from time to time. Just this I week in San Francisco, Julius I Kruttschnitt, chairman (of the ! board of directors of the South em Pacific, in talking about the relation of the railroads to war i preparations, said that, for stra tegic purposes it would be very desirable to have the Natron Klamath cut off, and the Marsh-field-Trinidad lines completed, and this started the report he had announced resumption of work on the Natron work. The San Francisco Chronicle of a few tlays ago quotes Mr. Krutt schnitt as saying no, new work ,is contemplated. Here's hoping jhe considers the Natron job' a matter of "completion" and not bf beginning. i And with all these things .leaning Springfield's way, what !are we doing to make them cer jtainties? It is high time for a I bit of concerted community ac tion. CHURCH NOTICES Methodist Church. . Corner Second and B streets James T. Moore, pastor, phone 1117-W. j Next Sunday 10 A. M. Sun jday school. 1 11 A. M. Sermon. Subject, ."God's Challange." I G:30 P. M. Epworth League. I 7:30 Evening sermon, subject "Christ's Life Angle." I Mr. Rosco Hjtad of U. of O. I Eugene, will sing at this service. 1 He will be accompanied by hi& sister, Miss Hester Hurd also of U. of O. Mr. Hurd has a very I fine baratone voice and will be -X' . ' . - i- GAS! Co, hoard with pleasure. An un usual and very delightful feature , will he Introduced in tho service Do not miss Sunday ovonlng ,7:110 at tho M. 13. uhuroh. Wel come to strangers, friends and lull Wednesday, 2:110. Indies Aid society. Wednesday, 7:80 p. m. Choir rehearsal. Thursday, 7:80 p. nn Midweek prayer meeting. All thoso norvteoB are of Inter est ami will bo helpful. You are welcome. First Baptist Church. Row Will N. Korrls, minister. Bible School at 10:00 A. M. Gilbert Miller, Supt. Divine Worship at 11:00 A. M. 1 Theme of sermon by pastor, j"For Jesus Sake." After which the Lord's Supper will bo ob served. Mrs. J. E. Richmond will sing in ladies trio G:30P. M. Senior and Junior 7:30 evening service of song meetings. and sermon. Special music and a plain, practical message. Wo cordially invjto our friends and neighbors. Strangers always welcome. Church of Christ 0:45 A. M. Sunday school, Mr. Ferguson, Supt. Il:u0 Junior Christian Enduavor Mrs. Lansbury, Supt. 11:00 a. m. Communion and morning sermon. 0:30 P. M. Christian. Endeavor 7:30 P. M. Evening Services. Wednesday 7:30 P. M. Prayer Meeting. Thursday 7:30 Choir Rehearsal. E. C. WIG MO RE, Pastor. Froo Methodl3t Cluircn. 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 people's prayer meeting. Midweek prayer meeting on Thursday at 7:30 P. M. A cordial invitation is extend ed to all. M. F. CIIILDS Pastor. HUBERT IIUKXS Lodgo, No. T 7S, A. M. V., Ancient and fi Accepted' Scottish Hlto Uni vcrsnl and Symbolic Free Ci- Masons meets first nnd third Kr dar evening n W. O. Wi hall. Visiting brothers wel come. T, B. Harris I. A. JohnBon Secretary. It. W. M. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of tho Interior U. S. Land Olllce at ItosoburK. Ore gon. March 18, 1016. Notice is hereby Riven that Julius Beck, of Vidn, Oregon, who, on October 25, 1910, made Uomostoad Kntry. Serial No. 00093, for Lots 1 and 2 and NE4 of SHU and SBU of NE4 of Section 4, Township US, Itango 2E, Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Flvo-year Proof, to establish claim to tho land above described, before I. I'. Ilowitt, U. S. Commissioner, nt his olllco, at Eugene, Oregon, on tho 11th day of May, 1910. Claimant names as witnesses: Wal den H. Pcndell, of Vlda, Oregon; John F. Mlnney. of Vlda, Oregon; Bon P. Minney, of Vlda, Oregon; William Schornig, of Vlda, Oregon. J. M. UPTON, Mar, 20-Apr. 24. JlGgiBtor. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of tho Interior. U. S. Land Olllco at noseburg,, Oru gon, March 8, 191C. Notice Is hereby given that Walden H. Pcndell of Vlda, Oregon, who, on January 20, 1911. made Second Home stead Entry. Serial No. 0GC91, for tho SW 1-4 of NE 1-4, NW 1-4 of SE 11 and E 1-2 of SW 1-4 or Section 4, town ship 17 S, rango 2 E, Willamette mor ula, has filed notlco of intention to ; make Pinal Five-Year proof to ostab ' Ilsh claim to the land above described, before I. F-. Hewitt, U. 8. Commission- er, at his office at Eugene, Oregon, on i the 1 1 tli day of May, 1910. Claimant names us witnesoos, Jul Ins Beck of Vlda, Oregon; John F. Mlnney, of Vida, Oregon; Benjamin F. Mlnney of Vlda, Oregon, William Schbrnig of Vlda, Oregon. J. M. UPTON, Mar 13-Aprl 17. Ileglstor. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ON FORECLOSURE. - Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an Execution and order of salo Is sued out of tho Circuit Court of tho State of Oregon for Lano County, on the 1st day of March, 1910, on a -Judgment rendered In said Court on tho 25th day February, 1910, In n suit wherein Margaret More, us oxecutrlx of last will nnd tcstmcnt of William M, Moore, deceased, and Murgaret Moore wero Plaintiff and H. II. Plorco and Elizabeth Plerco his wife, H. P. Dlehnel and Celestla DIehnol, his wife and John Chozom wero Defendants, In which said suit the said Plaintiffs re covered Judgment against tho Dofen danty Jl. H, Piorto and Elizabeth Plerco for tho sum of Fifty Eight Hundred and no 100 (?5800.00) Dollars with Interest tlioreon from tho Oth day of December. 1914 at tho rate of 8 per cent per annum, and lave. Hundred (COO.00) Dollars uttornoys fees, and tho further sum of Sixteen and no 100 ($10.00) Dollars costs, which nald Judgment was enrolled and docketed lii the Clork's ottlco of said Court In eald County on tho 20th day of Fob lua'ry, 1910, and said Execution to me directed commanding mo In tho numo J Our Figures Showing ix Months' Growth , . i; i- . v? : ' ; r ' 1 Qjit. 22, 1015 ' , .-Out 9H. 1015 t '. - Nov. 2'i, 1015 Doc. 212, 1015 Jan. 22, 1010 Feb. 23, 1910 MARCH 22, 1916 BANK WITH US. WE PAY FOUR PER CENT INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS HHffEIBI The Best Groceries For Less Money I The Fifth Street Grocery Thos. Sikes, Prop. Phone 22 of the State of Oregon, In order to satisfy said Judgment, Attorney's fees, costs, nnd nccruing costs to sell the following described rail property to wit: Beginning nt a point 2G.4C chains ! North 20.80 chains Wost of the South east corner of tho James H. Fisher D. Ij. C. No. 39. Township 19, South Itango 2 West of Willametto Meridian, and running thence North 2G.51 chains to tho center of County Bond No. 95, thonco North 73 degreos 30 mln. .West along tho contcr of said County Kond No. 95 to tho East lino of tho 10. ISlllott D. L. C. No. 40 Township 19 I South Bnngo 2 Wost Wllliamotte Mer idian, thonco North 4u degreos, 30 mln. West along tho center of tho snld County Bond No. 95 to tho North line of Section 2 Township 19, South Bango 2 West Wlllamotto Meridian, thnnco Wost on tho said Section lino 24.00 chains to tho East lino of tho Abol Hussoll D. L. C. No, 41, Town ship 19 South Itango 2 Wost Wlllnm otto Morldlan thonco South 37.20 chains to tho Southeast corner of said D. L. C. No. 41, thonco EaBt 43.74 chains more or loss to tho place of be ginning, containing 140 acres of land, moro or less In Lano County, Oregon. Now, thoroforo, In tho namo of tho Stuto of- Oregon, nnd In compliance with said Execution and Ordor of Snlo, I will on Saturday tho 22nd day of April, 1910, between tho hours of 9 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M, to wit: nt one o'clock P. M. on said day at tho southwost door of tho County Court House In Eugeno, Lano County, Oregon, offer for salo, und soli to tho highest bidder for cash subject to re demption, all tho right, tltlo and in terest of said Dofondants nnd onch of thorn nnd ull persons claiming by through or under them or nny one of thorn In nnd to tho nbovo described real proporty, JAMES C. PAIIKEB, Sheriff of Lano County, Oregon. By D, A. ELKINS Mar. 10,-Anr. 13. Deputy HERBERT E. WALKER NOTARY PUBLIC Offlo In City Hall, 8nrlnofleld, Ore. Why not save and deposit In our Savinis Department one-twelfth of your total taxes each month? By so dis tributing tho tax burden over tho entire year, It will not seem so heavy. 4 per cent on savings, FIRST NATIONAL BANK, EUGENE, OflEGQJ. . -. . ' .... $ 1.7 J, -1 &8.&I , ,'V .... 171,050.51 ;? "V 181,003.13 1S0.539.05 185,177.10 .101,581.52 204,841.93 A- - Dr. ADALINE KEENEY FERRIS Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon Olllco, Baptist Pursonngo Corner Socond nnd C Streets HOUBS; 9 TO 12. PHONE 40 J. H. BOWER Lawyer. Olllco 774 Wlllamotto St. Phono Eugeno 099 Homo Phono 132-J Eugene, Oregon W. F. WALKER UNnpnTAKpn i 1 FUNERAL DIRECTOR I Office Phone 02; Residence C7-J West Main 8t. See Edwards &Brattair For Farm and City Proporty Exchanges a Specialty .q Springfield - Oregon Phone 30 CAREFUL, CONSCIENTIOUS Dentistry- DR. J. E. RICHMOND c PHONE8 Office, 3 Residence, 118-J Over Commercial Bank, Springfiold, Oregon. D. W. ROOF, JEWELER SPRINGFIELD, OREGON FINE WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY 8 to ,1 m S a j . J ri, ' J'.