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The Lane County News! boing reforested and those not,
i and brush land. The state for
W. A. DILL, Editor and Mgr. cstr, b A. Elliott, has a few atl-
i . illtlniml conies, which are on
Published Every Monday and'salo at $5 each.
(Thursday by the Lane County, r
Publishing Association. About time for Clean-up Day?
RATES op subscription j The best way to build up an
Ono Your .... $1.50 an American morchant marine Is
Bix Months .... .75 for our Government to clear the
ThrOO montllE .... .50 nf itrnl nl.oH-nnMrmo null
Advertising rates furnished on appll,,
Member of the Willamette Valley
THURSDAY, APRIL G, 191G.
DRAWING IN THE TRADE
Merchants of Creswell are
making strenuous efforts to add
to the business of the town, and
,as one means of making shop
ping in Creswell attractive, they
have leased the motion picture
house for Saturday aftmoons,
and they have invited all the
farmers from miles around to
come as the guests of the mer
.chants and enjoy the pictures
free. Over 200 attended the
first Saturday, so the report says
and the merchants are so well
pleased they will keep up the
plan. All of which goes to
show that Creswell is a live and
NO WORK WHERE THE
(Coqullle Valley Sentinel
Some men who went down to
Eureka from Marshfield, so as to
have saloons handy have been
walking back up the beach be
cause they could find nothing to
do to earn money wherewith to
The News is in receipt of a
fine large wall map of Oregon
showing the timbered areas,
logged-off lands that are being
reforested and those not being
t A WHOLESOME
fn Ko Other Way Cnn You Get fill ite
Richness and Flavor of the Leaf
"SPEAR HEAD" BEST CHEW
Many prominent physicians declare
chewing to be the most wholesome way
of enjoying tobacco.
I "I began chewing some years zro,"
. said one, "and I soon found that it is
the only way to get the benefit of all
the rich juices stored up by nature in
the tobacco leaf. I refer, of course, to
the plug form of tobacco, which is the
most natural and the cleanest form.
"Chewing good tobacco like Spear
Head makes the salivary glands more
active, which in turn has a benefici-1
effect on the whole system. Add to th:3
the sweet, mellow, delicious flavor of a
chew of Spear Head, and you have
the highest possible degree of tobacco
"I mention Spear Head because I
have found that this brand is excep
tionally pure, being made in a fac
tory that's run strictly according to
Spear Head is made of sun-ripened
.Eurley, which is acknowledged to be
the richest, mildest, finest flavored to
bacco leaf hv.the world. And it is
produced by the latest processes, which
develop the quality and luscious flavor
of the choice Burley to the supreme de
cree. A chew of Spear Head has a whole
tome relish that is not found in any
other chewing tobacco. In 10c cuts,
wrapped in wax paper.
enterprise. Millions will pour
jlnto the shipping industry the
jdny it Is done.
,i The railroads of Washington
I consume over G75,00 hewn ties,
and the mines of the State con
sume 33,500 hewn ties. The
State also consumes over ten
million linear feet of round mine
Corner Second and B streets
James T. Moore, pastor, phone
Next Sunday 10 A. M. Sun
The school Is increasing In In
terest and numbers. Come swell
the Interest and receive the in
spiration of the day and hour.
11 A M Rormnn
"The Ultimate Providence
G:30 P. M. Epworth League.
The attendance is growing. All
7:30 Song Service and address
by Mr. Lamar Tooze on the Ford
Peace Expedition. Air. Lamar
has been heard on this subject
many times since his return and
always with pleasure and profit.
Wednesday, 2:30. Ladies Aid
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Choir
Thursday, 7:30 p. m. Midweek
All these services are of inter
est and will be helpful.
You are welcome. ,
First Baptist Church.
Rev. Will N. Ferris, minister.
Bible School at 10:00 A. M.
Gilbert Miller, Supt.
Divine Worship at 11:00 A. M.
Pastor will preach and there
will be special music.
G:30 P. M. Senior and Junior
7:30 evening service of song
and sermon. Rev. Ferris will
speak. Music by chorus.
All are cordially invitd.
Strangers always welcome.
' Church of Christ
9:45 A. M. Sunday school, Mr.
11:00 Junior Christian Endeavor
Mrs. Lansbury, Supt.
13 :00 a. m. Communion and
6:30 P. M. Christian Endeavor
7:30 P. M. Evening Services.
Wednesday 7:30 P. M. Prayer
Thursday 7:30 Choir Rehearsal.
E. C. WIGMORE,
Free Methodist Church.
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
Even if hairs are turninrr crrey.
hearts don't chenge much after
all. A box of Vogan's will arouse
many an old time memory.
MODERN CONFECTIONERY CO
people's prayer mooting.
Midweek prayer meeting on
Thursday at 7:110 P. M.
A cordial Invitation Is extend
ed to all.
T 78. A.
P011ERT lll'llNS Lodgo.No.
M. v.. Ancient und
ted Scottish lllto Unt -
and Symbolic Free;
Mnsona meets first and third
Friday evening In W. O. V.
hall. Visiting brothers wol-
T. 1). Harris P.A.Johnson
Secretary. It. V. M.
Statement of the
i Ownership, Manage -
Ion. Etc., Required
of Congress of
bv the Act of Cnnnrfti
August 24 ,1912,
Ot Tho Lone County News published
twlco n week at Springfield, Oregon,
for April 1, 1916,
Hofnro nmn nnlnrv nnlillr In niul tnr
tho State and county aforesaid, porson-
ally appeared w. a. Dili. who. having
.been duly sworn according to law, de-
' ivon .i .,.. t., i, i. .1... ,n.
and manager, of tho Lnno County
News, and that tho following Is. to
tho best of his knowledge and belief, snowing ueucnuou rem prupony io
a truo statement of the ownership, w't; . .
management (and If a dally paper, tho Heglnnlng nt a point 20.40 chains
circulation) etc.. of tho aforesaid publl- ?,orlh 2t,-!0 chains West of tho South
cation for tho dato shown In the nbovo enat corner or tho James It. FlBhor
cnpUon. required by tho Act or August l" No. 30. 1 owlish p 10, South.
24.' 1912, embodied In section 443, Hange 2 West of Willamette Meridian,
Postal Laws und Regulations, printed land running thenco North 20.51 chains
on tho reverse of this form, to-wlt: I dio center of County Itoad No. 05,
1. That tho names nnd addresses tlu'nco .Norlh 73 degrees 30 mln. West
of tho publlshor. editor, managing edl- '0K no center of said County Itoad
tor. and bsulnoss manngors aro: J?- 35.t0.lh L'l8t ''no ot thu K
Publisher. Lnno County Publishing J?11'0,11,,0' l" ;,rNo; ,1?1?own8',ln. 19
Association. Springfield. Oregon. South Itnngo 2 West Wllltomotto Mer-
Editor. W. A. Dill, Springfield. Ore- I'I nn, thenco .North 45 degrees, 30
c0I, inlu. West along tho center of tho
Business Managers. W. A. 1)111. Spring- f,nl(l '0,'nt:.Uoa'1 4?- 951,, V' Nnrf 1
field Oregon 1,1,0 r Section 2 Township 19, South
2.' That tho ownors aro: (Give 'i'1"0 rw.cat W,l,nm.o Morldlnn,
names and addresses of Individual own- tllo!'co ,w,081 " l,,,e if"1'1 Suction lino
ore. or, If n corporation, glvo Its name 2-? ,c,lm,n?, 'Ji 1,0 aS.1 Vi ,ho
nnd th nnmes and nddressoe of stock- 'V'.01 .""S80", n. U KS' iH.Tf?""
holders owning 1 per cent or more of 8!l'P 19 bm' h ,l,,"K0 2 8t .v,''"m;
tho total amount of stock.) J. R c""? Meridian thenco South 37.20
Smith. Tonaskot. Wash.; U. W. Smith cU?la ,t0 V1,10 s,ou',uwt ,Horno.r ?.f
M. Fenwtck. J. H. llowor. Charles L. u 1- ( - No. 41, thenco hast 43.74
Scott. W. H. Pollard. It. I,. Kirk, P. cha,ns n,oro or. lo8S 1,10 I'lnco of bo
E. Lansborry. R B. Ilrnttaln. J. IV rinn'ng. contnlnlng 140 acres of land,
Green. John Mason, J. E. Richmond, more or om In Uino County. Oregon.
Jennie W. Dill, nnd W. A. Dill, all of 'V.mv- dorofore, In the namo of tho
Sprlngnold. Ore., nnd .Margaret Herd. s ,f, STt'Kl' nn,,,,5 Pjlnc
Alton, Kans. wlln 80 'l Execution nnd Order of Sale.
That tho known bondholders, mort-
gages, and othi
ing or holding
total amount c
none so stat.) Miss Murgnrot Morris.
ir security holders own- '",, ' 'I1"' , y ,"",u.rs..l. J
1 per cent or moro of , c,ock A- M- nlul 4 0 clock 1 M- to
f bonds, mortgages, or w"; "l ono o'clock P. M. on said day
nrn- flf (lwr l"0 SOUII1WOSI OOOT OI IIIO V-OUIUV
First National Dank. iu,si nor iur www. uu n m ui
4. That tho two paragraphs next ''Shest bidder for cash Btibjaot to re
above, giving the names of tho owners. :lomi,.t,on' a, r,;ht; UU8, nm'
stockholders, and security holders, Ifi1"081 r ahl Defendants mid ench of
any. contain not only the list of stock- ,em ,3ml n" Poraoiw clnlmlng by
holdors and security holders as thov ,roUR 1 or nndor thorn or any one of
appear upon tho books of the com.,thein ,n t0 11,0 n,)0VO Herlbod
pany but also, In cases where tho roal sporty. ia,,k-p
stockholder or security holder np- c), .. JAM IitS C. I AHKhlt,
nears unon tho books of ih oinnn.lv Sheriff of Lano County. Oregon.
as trustee or In any other fiduciary re- , ,i Ki.KINS
latlon. Uio name of tho porson or cor- Iar- 1G,-Ajr. 13. Deputy
poratlon for whom such trusteo is act- j
Ing, is given; also thnt tho said two I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
paragraphs contain statments embra'c-1 Department of tho Interior
Ing affiant's full knowledgo nnd belief j U. S. Land Office at Itosoburg, Oro
as to tho circumstances and conditions, gon. March 18, 1910.
under which stockholders and security I Notice Is hereby given that Julius
holders who do not appear upon tho Bock, ot VIdu, Oregon, who, on October
books of tho company as trustees, 25, 1010, mado Homestead Entry,
hold stock and securities ln a capac- Serial No. OC093, for Lots 1 und 2 and
Ity other than that of a bona fldojNEVi of SEVi and SEVi or NEV.' or
owner; and this affiant has no reason Section 4, Township 17S. Rango 2E,
to believe thnt any other person, asi , Wlllametto Meridian, has (Hod notice
sociation or corporation has any in- of Intention to ninko Final Flvn-your
trost direct or Indirect In the said j Proof, to establish claim to tho land
stock, bonds, or other securities thnn'abovo described, before I. P. Hewitt,
as so stated by him. j U. S. Commissioner, nt his office, nt
5. That the averago numbor of cop-1 Eugono. Oregon, on tho 11th day of
IBB Ul VUKll 1BSUU Ul IIUS ) U II I ICttllUU
sold or distributed, through the mails,
or otherwise, to pnld subscribers dur
ing the six months proceeding tho
dato shown' nbovo Is :
(This Information Is required from,
dally publications only.)
W. A. DILL,
(Signature of editor and business man
ager) Sworn to and subscribed before mo
this 3 day of April 191C.
HERBERT E. WALKER.
(My commission expires Mar. 1, 1920.) !
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
IT. S. Land Office at Roseburs, Ore
gon, April 3, 1910.
Notice Is hereby given that Elmer
E. Eggleston, of VIda, Orogon. who on
June 9, 1909, made homosteud entry
i serial. No. 051S9. for SWVi, Section 34,
i Township ICS, Range 2E, Willamette
j .ui-uuiuii, nan uil-u nuuiu ul mieniion
1 10 inaite unai live year iroor, to cstaM
'Ish claim to the land abovo described,
j before I. P. Hewitt, U. S. Commls-
Eiunui, ui .UKU"U, uruKUU, 'H Hie 10111
! day of May. 1910.
: Claimant names as witnesses
f:tor E. Post, of VIda, Oregon; William
i;F. L'eyorlin, of VIda, Oregon; Cary W.
jTiiomson. or viua, Oregon; Carl Swan
son, or VIda, Oregon.
J. M. UPTON,
Anr. G-May 11. Register.
NOTICE OP SHGRIFF'8 SALE ON
Notlco Is hereby given Unit by vlrtuo
of mi Execution mill order ot snlo Is
buoiI out of tho Circuit Court of tho
State of Orogon for Lnno County, on
tho lnt tiny of March, 1910, on n Jntlg
ment rendered In unlit Court on thu
i2Bth uay Fobruary. 1910, In u null
! wherein Margaret Mori', ns executrix
of Inst will and tostiucut of William
m. Mooro, iiecousou, nnu Margaret
lMooro wore Plaintiff nml It. II. Plereo
and Ellxaboth Pioreo hla wife. R. l.
ilHchnol und Colustla IHohnel, bin wife
and John Chonom woro Defendants, lit
which said suit tho sultl Plaintiffs re
covered Judgment against tho Hofcu-
dnnty 1L II. Plorvo and Elliuboth
1 Plereo for tho sum of Fifty KlRht
Hundred nml no 100 IJBSOO.OO) Dollars
with Interest thereon, from the 0th day
!f December. 101-1 nt ho rnto of S por
ct,"t l,pr uutn, "'! Mvo Hundred
(600.00) Dollars attorneys fees, and
tho further sum of Sixteen und no 100
Dollars costs, which said
.Jmhnnont was enrolled and docketed
In tllO Clerk's Olllco of Said Court 111
nM Co""i' on. ,h?12.rith KhY Fob
directed commanding mo in tno namo
of tho Stntn of Orounn. In order to
satisfy said Judgment, Attorney's fees,
co8.t8 ,nlul accruing costs to sell tho
w ," ,lu.ruuy " VW uay.i
r,ourt ,Iof ln Kue"0- Ifno County.
( iMU) , 1JIU.
Claimant names as witnesses: wnl
den II, Pen (I ell, of VIda, Orogon; John
F. Minney. of VIda, Oregon; Hon F.
Mlnnoy, of VIda, Oregon; William
Schornlg, of VIda, Oregon.
J, M. UPTON,
Mar, 20-Apr. 24. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of tho Intorldr
U. S, Land Ofllco at Roseburg, Oro
gon, February 23, 1910.
Notlco Is heroby given thnt Eliza E.
Dowott, of VIda, Oregon, who on May
I, 1909, mado Additional Homosteud
Entry, Sorlul No. 04952, for tho SV of
SWVi of Section 22, Township 10 S,
Rungo 2 E Wlllamotto Moridlan, has
filed notlco or Intention to make Final
FIvoyear Proof, to establish claim to
tho laud above described, before I. P.
Hewitt. U. S. Commissioner, nt' Ills
office at Eugeno. Oregon, on the 28th
day or April, 191C.
Claimant names as witnossos: Caroy
W. Tdmsoa, of Vidu, Oregon; John F.
Mlnnoy, or VIda, Oregon; Carl B,
Swanson, or VIda, Oregon; Horboit
IC. Hahlwln, or VIda, Oregon.
J. M. UPTON.
Mar 20-Apr. 24. Register.
CITATION TO HEIRS
In tho County Court of th Stato of Oro
gon, for Lane County.
In the matter of th estuto or Sumnel D.
l'o Mrs. Hattlo Ego, Miss Ella Martin,
Oust Martin, Charlos Martin. F, V.
Weaver, Rnchol We;tver, Frank E,
Weaver, Mrs. Charles Link, Mrs.
May Frees, Clark Weavor, Russell
Weaver. Fom Weaver. Samuel Wes
co, William Wesco, Effo Maud, Hus
soil Mattlx, Theodoro Mnttlx, Anna
Hauso, John C .Weaver, Ferdinand
Edgar, Mrs. C. W. Lehman, nnd Wil
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON;. Vou and each or you aro
j hcrot.y cited and required to appear
in tno wouniy i;ouri m mo aiuio oi
Oregon for tho County or Lano, at tho
courtroom thereof ln Eugene, Lano
County, Oregon, on Tuesday, tho 9th
day or May, 1910, nt 10 o'clock A. M.
or said day and then and there show
causo, ir any exist, why an order or
sale or tho real estuto belonging to
said cstato should not bo made to pay
tho charges, exponsca und claims
against said ostato, and that said or.
dor direct tho administrator or said
estate to soil tho real cstat or said
ostato undor the provisions or Sec
tion 1257 or Lord's Oregon Laws pro
viding for tho sale or reul estate or a
decedent without notlco whero the In
ventory and appraisement or the estuto
shows that all tho property within
IPC Jurisdiction of the Court does not
jriiiB .citation is issuou pursuant to
ail order or the County Court of Lnno j
I . !l ft.
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The Fifth Street Grocery
Thos. Sikes, Prop. Phone 22
County. Oregon, In tho above entitled
estate dated March 31st, 1910.
Tho property described In tho pe
tition for tho order to sell und which
will be Bold ir the order Is granted, Is
described as follows:
; Commencing ut a point South 20 de
grees 30 mln, Vi East a dlstunco of
, 21.5 feet from a point which Is North
as degrees ;h minutes mist ui.j reel
from center of section 18 township 20
South Rango 2 Enst Willamette meri
dian; thenco S. 48 deg. 19 mln. W. 20C.4
feet; thenco South 35 deg. 3C mln. East
2GG feet; thonco South 78 deg. 10 mln.
East 219.9 feet; thenco North 20 dog.
30 mln. 30 W. 4G4-.3 feet to plnco
of beginning, contnlnlng 1.89 acres,
moro or loss, In Lnno County. Oregon.
Witness the Honorable II. L. flown.
Judgo of tho County Court of tho Stato j
of Oregon, Lane County, nnd tho seal )
or said Court hereto affixed this 31st
day or March, 1910 .
The duto or tho first publication of
this citation Is April 3, 1910.
STACY M. RUSSELL,
(Seal County Court) County Clerk
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior.
V. S. Land Olllco at Roseburg,, Oro
gon. March 8, 1910.
Notice Is hereby given that Wahlon
(H. Pendoll or VIda, Oregon, who, on
January 25, 1911, mado Second Homo
'stead Entry, Sorlul No. 00094. for tho
ISW 1-4 or NE 1-4, NW 1-4 or SE 1-4
land E 1-2 or SW 1-4 or Section 4, town
ship 17 S. rungo 2 E, Wlllainotto mer.
Idla, has tiled notlco or Intention to
imako Final FIve-Voar proof to ostah
jllsh claim to tho land abovo described,
liororo I. I-, Hewitt, U. 9. Commission
er, nt his olllco at Eugeno, Oregon, on
the 11th duy of Mny, 1910.
Claimant names us witnesses, Jul
ius Ueck of Vidu, Oregon; John F.
Mlnnoy, of VIda, Oregon; IJenJnmln F,
Minney of VIda, Orogon, William
Schornlg of VIda, Oregon.
J. M. UPTON,
Mnr l.'l-Aprl 17. Register.
HERBERT E. WALKER
Ofllo In City Hall. Sorlnafleld. Ore
Why not save and deposit in our Savings Department
one-twelfth of your total taxes each month? By bo dis
tributing the tax burden over tho entire year, It will not
seem so heavy,
4 per cent on savings.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, EUGENE, OREGON.
Biiif iinirivHi ii
i ii i i n m i wmw
- l - -4- - r. ,
Dr. ADALINE KEENEY FERRIS
Homeopathic Physician and Suraeon
Olllco, Unptist Pursonogo
Corner Second nnd C Streets
HOURS: 9 TO 12. PHONE 40
Ofllco 774 Wlllametto St.
Phono Eugono 099
Homo Phono 132-J
W. F. WALKER
Office Phone 02; Residence C7-J
West Main St.
For Farm and City Proporty
Exchanges a Specialty
Springfield - Oregon
DR. J. E. RICHMOND
PHONES Office, 3; Residence, f1?.J
Ovor Commercial Bank,
D. W. ROOF, JEWELER
FINE WATCH REPAIRING