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Ore, Xltatortal Soc, X
THE LANE COUNTY
Continuing tho Sprlngflold NoW3 nnd Lnno County Star, Which Woro Consolidated February 10, 1914.
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SPRINGFIELD. LANE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1916.
vol. xv. no; 20.
TRAIN WILL BE
PUI ON RUN
Another gravel train will bo
put on this week to haul gravel
from the Natron pits, tlilii time
to provide- ballast for tho doublc-
tho highest prloo paid for cows
IthlH Beaflon. Tho run was good
'almost 1000 being counted in,
and buying waH active
A very light nm of 2800 hogs
camo to market Monday. Uuy-
, org were Inclined to rest and the
, market waH Inactlvo in the forc
,noon. Hog prices wcro lowered
to tho 0,20 mark. A five cent
drop under luBt week's close.
Uulk went at 9.00 to JUG,
No receipts In the sheep
section market very strong.
COOS BAY ROAD
school were neither tardy nor
absent during tho four weeks
ending Morch 24:
First and second grades Ve
rona Wood, Lily Anderson, Mole
Fischer, Florence Collins, Jazlc
Yockoy, Enlz Rowland, nor-
SURVEYORS RUN LEVELS
BUT SAY NOTHING
WIMi TJ AT Mill,,,, nf Cnrlnc.
field a conductor, and over a Werner. Gertrude Gobi, Rutr
A party of surveyors has been
at work In tho vicinity of Mill
and Main streets for the past
several days, taklnir levels, but
encc Hpicor, Mcta Rogers, win-j they nave nothfng to say as to
lam Burch, Bessie Maple, Millie .whom they are working for.
Rogers, Agatha Snyder and OnajThey have not been setting any
Pice. stakes, but have been taking
Third and fourth grades levels from the street monu-
Olivc Sutherland, Christina ments.
WINS $5. PRIZE IN
nrltlirwl Itnllrtatrf tirtttt C2rtfflltr.
1 WdUUVU I7UIIUDIU 0 ty
field gravel, the first train carry-
A f , lll.i.v f r ......111., ikah 11 .! - ,GiMA,1 T.1,.,.1. .. A 11. i.
trim f III' wnr r 1m nir i nun liv Mil "'"""B w huuiilj nuum ut- i,,, mioanmr,,. , rnrt fnr Hnna V inuuui, jiuvi t
wnininnfin.PnRinn in Ktn?Ann. maud a premium. Spring lambs iinViminiT!itt v.,urnn vo0tor-:les Anderson,
frnm tim iciiirnnn Htntimi north- nro quoted at 13.00. Prime ' Pnlmr . 7.. f TWom--. George Chapman,
wKstorlv tn 11 nnlnt nnriii of fhn lambs at 10.50. Ii-wcs at 8.25. fi,rll, ,.,w1 ovnroaa unvn lnIDorls Andreas,
"Y at Dlalr ntreot connecting 1wul"u,B u,u' J"JiU,,u8 bo ferried across the
Rogers, .Ada Schunk, Anna
Blakely, v Carl VanderSterre,
t . . -m!
Uinpqutf ia wuce i, wara me ftuies,
The second count In the News
LUMBER REVIVING iMerchants' Piano voting con-
STIRSNORTHWEST, j TZ
1 r rt t- cm !was declared the easy winner Of
taw ' '"H5e ouii the 5 prize given th
Hampers Industry in
i T X O ' .,w
Sanfc making the greatest gala
;since the first count She added
"In fhn Pnnlflr. Mnrfhwnot nil OVP.r 1 (1.000 vnfpa in lior ennra
the Southern Pacific and thgi ' river, but the Bchedules lv!degom yau Totfnifai and is now one of the serious
W htnietlo l'nc fte 8 "Y, Hjo -I oSrt Wilt ' Rowland, f d fnVorable eftecta 0f .contendere for the big prizes,
will bo used for turning englneii publ shed a. most interesting I 0n the first trip yesterday, wm?e. ..... j . increasinir actlvitv in the Miss Helen Roberts with th
high officials of thc ,,ritaTwT trade," writes a Portland lead she took at the first, is still
hereafter, and tho turntable will special edition for Douglas tlx mi m
bo romoved from tho Eugene mom or turn section irom nn railroad who were In SrlnKfleldi "a ,er ay rnce, ueien . r v,; rovlow if"fl in thfi lfla,, wtt, thmi ' "T;
.V.."," . . "b"-"'v" bunuay, maue aii oiuciai visiw--- V'VV;""' nr,irw;L c'inanclal and industrial condl-voles to
nuuiuiiuiwu over tne line, m tne partj, were , , , "
, . I vice-president w. it. scou; as-I" , ww. Banker
ri pnrivp t tpw s stanL c mer lcnirineer j. u. LJar-iy""'"'"" Av...b,
low: Sunerlntoiulent R L. BnrckiJe Queen.
yards. The work Is under tho
direction of Engineer Russell.
Engine No. 201)!), now used as
a helper to get tho gravel trains
for tho Willamette-Pacific from
i;c in Prv Vklnyh- halter, Division Engineer Siefcr; Seventh and Eighth Grades
tJlipb in tor W urK . Preght Agcnt n A illnshawJMabel Smith, Alice Schwind,
I... i.l nilm.n J 1 .11 p v V-i ri florff t prrd Rtolln Slnrlr
i and others.
Spiingflcld to the summit at No
il, will bo used for tho Eugene
gravel train, and an engine of
tho 20QO class, a heavier typo,
will bo used as a helper, running Foreman Ottabeck's piledrlv- road was constructed by thelNeva Workman, Sherman Ma
rrom sprmgueiu junction to tno fcr crew on the Southern Pacific 'Southern Pacific company and
top of tho hill. 'slipped unannounced into town connects with the latter's main
Graveling operations on tho nt 11 o'clock thin morning, and line at Eugene. It Is 120. G mites
south end of tho Wlllamett-Pa-1 within a few minutes was at In length. On account of the
clflc, covering the last eight j work to replace tle culvert jan mountainous country through
miles of track before tho Ump-'thc log dump line, opposite tho which it traverses, many difficult
burner. Eight piling will bo engineering problems were pre
I driven for tho two new bents, sentcd In Its construction. From
I There al e eight or nine men In Eugene the line proceeds almost
qim river is reached, will bo com
pleted In ten days or two weeks.
North Portland, Ore., April 3,
Cattle market remained steady
"with the close of last week.
Three loads of grain and four
HOLD FIRST MEETING
due west to Cushman, near the
mouth of the Siuslaw river. It
then turns south and follows tho
coast to Marshfield.
There were 39 steel bridges
aim viuuucts used in tne con
The first program of th re-lu m yiauucw ubcu hi uie con
ntly organized Patfon-Teach-;truc0'ftth road- There are
nine tunnels, aggregating 13,-
est 472 feet
The route Is. mostly through
rugged, heavily timbered coun
try, and has scenic attractions!
noaAtlnttntt trill lin Iwilrl
morrow aftrnoon at 3 o'clock at A icJ?n?t?J Q
Mm l li.Anl.1 Golinnl .llnn PI Tin , 'HOO.I IVVl UUU UlC BUUrf
loads of pulp fed steers went at Busk of the University of Ore
tho high prlco of 0.00. One load igon will lecturo on "Medical In
of pulp fed cows sold nt 7.G5 Ispectlon of Schools." All pa-
trlill.h ii atillt 1ntw1 ittnnt ri i T Ql (i-nno f P lltr. anlinnln o f
s.t.u ti .uuii iibiii. nit iiuvi uuun v.. (.i.v nbiiuuin tit w , IWV.U. ' ii ol. 1 111
wi in uuiniun inui, u.iuu iuuil
It runs for many miles. A par
ticularly scenic attraction Is
where the road is built alone
. i Lakes Tsiltcoos, Tahkenitch
Vanco Cagloy-of tho News' William Kcrcher, a lumber 'and tho Black Arm of North
staff, made a business trin to Co- buver of Portland, reirlstored at lake.
bum Tucsdav. i tho Elito last ovoninir. A rich lumbering district is
w . " . . 1 ' .... . . 1 , j 1 i r
wpuiieu nil uy iiic iimi
the eood. and Miss Svl
Oft 'ltions, contributed to the Pacific ' via Strubin and Mrs. Delbert
"Reports from practically all places in the list,
industrial and commercial lines j The contest is on in earnest
indicate steady progress. In the now. The piano will soon be
steel and texile trade the pace of :on display; the other prizes are
t 1 1 11 l.f1fj l-tsst ltn. 11. - X it
, nrnirrncc i u rinvnnri i iim 'iiiiiii v iit i j i i i 2r miiiwii in umruu itr r na
Martha. Andrea, Delia Wllkhis, the suppiy to meet tne demand. -merchants co-operating with
i w'iiuii, oi'iau Jia-tThese trades, which are swamp-, the News. It Is high time for
pie, Oden Monjay, otto tycy,cd with crderSi hoa undisputed : the contstants to get in their
Wesley F'azler, Orm Page, Ed- ieftlrerBhin In the nnahated wave (Rood licks, and nilR un the atrine-
mond Hcnnls, Walter Paschelke. , nf Tirnanr!f v SWflftnlnir nvw nur of votes that will be nepdmi tn
country, rue amount or tneir.isirry away me Dig prizes,
business is limited only by their The way to get the votes Ma
capacity for production and the to secure subscribers to tho
availablity of distributive facili- News, or secure renewals from
ties, both by land and sea, are those now dn the list, or by
far short of requirements, a asking for trade coupons from
difficulty which is becoming in- .any or the following merchants:
The annual meeting of the
Springfield Fire department was
held at the city hall Tuesday
evening, the principal business
being the election of officers.
The following were chosen: Jess
Smltson, chief: Harry Kiefer,
assistant chief: Clark Wheaton,
Secretary,? .Milton Bally, treas
urer. Routine business took up
the rest of the time.
SHOULD BE SOLD TO
SAVE CITY MONEY
creasingly annoying. The rail
roads seem to be doing all with
in their power to solve the prob
lem, both by large purchases of
additional carriages and the re-i
cent very extensive purchases ot t
rails, but without more oc.ean ;
tonage they are helpless. i
Manufacturers of agricul-!
implements . reporjnottl
Hayden & Metcalf.
M. C. Bressler & Son.
Ketels Drug Store. ,
C. E. Sales Toggery.
I. D. Larimer.
Wolf & Miller.
Swarts & Washburne. 1
Mrs. D. Crouch.
The Latest Vote.
Following Is ; ihtotvptM
Tomseth left yes-'
satisfactory demands for their after the' secohd counFasmade
products. The leather trade re- by the committee, Dr. J. E.
ports are equally favorable. Richmond, Fenner Travis, and
Collections are improving thro- Herbert Hansen:
ughout the entire country. The Miss Helen Roberts 53,675
price of the principal commod- Miss Sylvia Strubin 30,350
ities of trade continue to rise, al- Mrs. Delbert Bucknum ....25,625
Miss Eva Titus. IVInronln OA qsn
"I believe it is a wise move snown much change during the, Miss Hazel Redmond "l275
for the city to dispose of tho ;week Miss Ruby Crabtree,
crusner, saiu oun- "Prircs nn thP stock fiychnn?f. Camrt Creek 10.525
iwere weaker. Due to the ru- Miss Mabel Duryee 7,950
old rock crusher," said Coun-
Tho oilman M. M. Peery, "I believe
A. W. Wooley was. down from slockraising and dairying Indus-, the city would be money ahead, i mor of peac'e the war oabies. Chloie Woolley ".".".".".'.7,000
tnwlnv fni' Wnorl Pnllf whnrn ir...nt rn . trlfa linvn nlorv liaan ilar'nlnnnrl i T lie orilSlier WAS llllt ill UV the in.. i i s.. Hortr-jirla Ttrn;inn.i. t nnn
Mr. Tomseth is superlntendnt wife and baby who are at the extensively. ( city at a time when it was im- several of the most prominent Duttee Fischer 1,050
Springfield hospital. ' warsnnem, the terminal of the possiuie io get tock eibewiiere, ones decided declines developed. ,
.railroad, has a population of 5,- but now rock can be had from jAnglo-French bonds were firm- , -
The tennis court for the A. K. 000, and is the largest town be- other sources cheaper than it er and at higher urices. The I 11 IV Si 10 I JlAnf
IT .1.. l , ...i.i. itwiuin Aotni-ln rfntmii nnl Ti'n- nnil lift hlnSf Pfl Ollr Of Mlfi lllll anfi ' o nr- rrir r.r.n , -w
i. uiuu, ruuciuiy uiuumsuu wiui : .-..-t"t juuiuiuiuu juau ui $(o,uuu,uuu
J. J. Bryan ob president, has ruita, aiuornia. un uoos uayia"". wmicuuu iuul mc
been graded, and the backstops there Is probably a total popula- rock for the G street improve-
i.i.... . tinn nt in nun tniriniv in Mnrtii 'nieiic last vear was uouniir. 111
of a large sawmill.
Mrs. W. F. Martin of Vancou
ver, B. C, Is hero for a visit at
the homo of her parents, Mr. nnd
Mrs. B. A. Washburne.
Mrs. Marie Elliott, the nurse
at tho Sprlngflold hospital who
underwent an opcrution lust
week, is getting along nicely.
tion of 10,000, taking in North 'ment last year was bought in
uend and other nearby towns, ugene xoriess man it couia ue
Pntrnlnf mnnililv enanlmi nf Several laree sawmills are locat- crushed here.
the town council will be held at ed tlie uay-
tho city hall Monday. Further .... .
conaideratlon of tho limttnr nf Waits tor 50 Years
The whole student body of the ; the city rock crusher will nrob-; Marshfleld, Ore.. April 5. The
ably come up. im-at irum irom uoos uay over
the Willamette Pacific railroad
Mru T W rinlrm. n.wl ,ln,,l, IVlUIMUlieiU lOUliy Willi HVO
ter Lillian returned
high school paraded the streets
this aftrnoon to advertise their
play, which Is to bo given tomor
mill is being burned
on the railroad right of way ad
jacent to the retail yard this
week while changes are being
made to the humor.
"For the city to attmpt to go
to its river bar for rock would
mean the expenditure of $2000
for site and moving expenses,
and then there would be the cost
of getting out the rock.
"Another thing that has not
nwc.Tn,, coacnes loaueti with passengers, (been considered, so far as I can
!i m Tr ii eveniiiK from Roseburc where A auout the same time a train leant, is the matter of interest
the Dooth-Itolly e with passengers bound for 'and depreciation. The upkeep
irned In bonfires J JA1? S: Marshfleld left Eugene. of the crusher is considerable,
placed in New York, was largely
oversubscribed. Several other j
large bond issues were eagerly;
taken. Bank deposits continue
to increase and rates for money ;
are practically unchanged."
Mr. Baker will remain In Rose-
burg for a short time.
Many old settlers, who have and the interest on the invest
i waited for years for rail connec- ment continues whether the
Miss Chloie Woolley and Miss Wash., who have been guests at Vf
Avis Thompson go to Cottage the E. M. Duryee home tho Pnst -miVp,, j
Grove to attend the W. F. M. S. week expect to leave tomorrow I v,; ""A
convention to bo held there Frl- for San Francisco where they u',, UI" ;
will spend tho summer.
day and Saturday. Miss Woolloy
will also visit her cousin Miss
J. S. Kllnck, formerly in busi
ness In Springfield, came In yes
terday from a trip to Iown and
other eastern states. He brings
a glowing report of tho prosper
ity of the oaBt, and believes tho
west will spoil como In for Its
share. Ho Is thinking of locat
ing -here again. '
Deeds woro filed for record
yesterday whoreby W. W, Brown
and wlfo transfer to Wolby Stev
ens and wlfo, lots '4, 5, 0, 7, 8,
or 10, 11, 12, 13, J4, 15, 10, 17.
18, 10, and 20 of block 60, and
lots 14, 15, 16, 17, IS, 19, and
2Q of block 00, Washburno's sub
division of Sprlngflold Invest
ment & Power company's add
to' Sprlngflold. Another deed
transfers lot 18 and imrt of 19
iujblock (19 from Mn and Mrs.
Stpyons to F. N. Fogorty. '
Mr nml Mra T Tannnn mwl t,0nB wlth tllO Outside World, plant is Operated Or llOt.
daughter Anna, of Bickleton, foU aZtn&3 ' th pportun-! "For the benefit of the town,
Wnnh wim lmvn iion o-noaio , ty to rldo on the train from :I believe it would be better for
jthe plant to be in private hands,
settled hero 50 years for if the city were to operate it.
ago," said Captain David Holden it would have to run but eight
as ho purchased his ticket, j hours, while private owners can
"they told mo a railroad was go-; operate ten or more hours per
lug to bo built. I've waited ever ! day, and for many months in
"I believe if the citizens under
stand what the plant has cost
the city, and the other real facts
concerning It, they will approve
Engine No. 2010, engaged In
hauling tho logs from tho Sius
law, lost a step while dumping
logs yestrday morning, and was
15 or 20 minutes late in KetthiK
nway, having to wait for repairs.
A log fell from a car in such a
was to. to damage the rollwny,
and tp leave a timber projecting
too close to the track.
Work of assembling tho now
timber crane at the Booth-Kelly
mill is now under wuj Tho two
hugo girders havo been turned
around intp position, and spaced
lor tho carriage. The whole de
vice will bo raised together to
the height of tho runway, and
tho Inst beams will bo turned in
to place Tho orano Is from tho
Rawling & Harnisohfoger Co.,
of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and
has a capacity of .three 'temp or
nearly 2000 foot of green litni--
Only 500 citizens of SDrinc-
, field, up to this date, have reuis-
itered for the primary election.
Marshfleld Kruse & Banks whi,ch is held May 15. Tho
ship yard rushing work on sev- registration lists close April 18,
era! ships. i leaving little over ten days to
'enroll.. Recorder H. E. Walker
reports the following: Republi-
IfMlTls. 21 K' flpmnnrnte KK nm.
NEW POSTER IS OUT
1916 Rote Festival Design Advertises
Scenery of Famous Columbia River
since for this day."
MARCOLA. Ore.. April 4,
MMirV fsAlll-t.I.tll ...... tin P .1. Innnl ' P Iln 1 ,1 )
x im lunu viiik jiijus ui lliu iuuu m no UIt3 UUU HBO.
WHETHER YOU PLAY
basketball, football or base
ball, or any other athletic
ganio, thero is no better
place to get your articles
than at our store. Tho
large variety of sporting
goods which wo have on
hand Is only benjten by tho
lowness of our prices. High
grade goods at low cost Is
our motto, and we live up to
gresslves, 3; prohibitionists, 10:
independent. 11; socialist, 10;
total, 304. Registrar J. C. Mul
len reports a total of 200 regis
tered by him.
Everyone is busy this week!
boasting for "Galllger," GalUcer
i; ,is the only .topic of conversation,
and there Is a rumor that a stu
dent body play is going to be an
annual affair from now on.,
There is a great deal of enthus
iasm among the students, and
they are surely going to put on
a piping play next Friday. Be
sides the play there is to bo
special music by the high school
mixed Glee club. The cast is
putting in over time practicing.
Marjorio JUachen, Marie De-
and Vera Perkins visited
Portland's 181$ Kose Festival postor
Is tho first publicity, national tn scope, Pue
to go forth ndverUslng the beauties ot school last Friday.
tho Columbia river. The festival will , A professor from the O. A. C.
bo hold Juno 7. S nnd 0. Oponlng day jvns down last Friday and gave
will witness tho national dedication of us a speech about municipal'
tho Columbia river highway. Tho government,
postor carries tho slogan "For You a The freslnnqn had a meeting
igoso tu Portland Grows." The poster Monday noon and elected Car
was donated by Prod o. Coopor, for- men Harwood, president and,
inor Oregon boy, nowfamous as an.EUza Coponh'aver, secretary,
ajjlat Thox deslgty win , soon hang , in Bbyfc of .tlio tennisWub held a
transportatl6n offices all oyer the meeting tonight tcTdecide abouti
United statos. the tennis tournament.