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About The Lane County news. (Springfield, Lane County, Or.) 1914-1916 | View Entire Issue (April 24, 1916)
The Lane County News perhaps) of tho wnrranttlndobt-
W. A. DILL, Editor and Mgr. u is true thojftrni of the pro
r posed amendment' says unot to
Published Every Monday and exceed" six per cent, bltt tbero
.Thursday by tho Lano County js no assurance, in tho docu
Publishing Association. mcuts Umt tho bomls wouW bo
'l , sold for anything less than six.
onoIf TSC.Ml?lo Tho council might be able to
Six? Months - ... - 7G get bids at flvo per cent, or five
Threo monthc .... .50 and a quarter, or live and a half
AdverUsing rates furnished on nppll- but there is no assurance of this
cation. in the proposition submitted,
Member of the Willamette Valley ' J At any rate, rofuifdtng of six
Editorial Association, iper cent warrants with six per
i bonds would be bad busi
ness for the town.
NEW POSTER IS OUT,
1016 Rote Festival Dcslnn Advertltcs
Scenery of Famous Columbia River
MONDAY, APRIL 24, 191G.
SAVE ON BOND INTERESTS
The News, fears the town
council is making: a mistake, In
BLOCKS USED FOR FLOOR
According to tho Forest Service,
creosotcd wood blocks, already
asking for bids on $50,000" of .extensively used as paving mn-
refundlng bonds at "not to ex-.terial for city streets, have been
ceed six per cent.""
It would. be almost useless j
for-the town to refund sbe per
cent warrants with six per cent
.bonds. In fact It would be
worse than useless. In the first
place there would be no sav
ing of Interest, but rather a di
rect loss, for the bonds would
fun for a definite period while
the warrants could be called
whenever money was available.
A second sourse of loss lies in
coming into use during the last
four or five years for flooring.
Their durability, nolslessness
under heavy traffic sanitary
properties are their chelf ad
vantages for paving and also
give them splendid value for
floors, especially for use where
heavy trucking, the moving of
weighty machinery or other se
vere strain makes the mainten
ance of floors a serious problem.
Wood block is now widely
the psychological effect of hav-jU8ed for flooring In factories,
ing a small warrant Indebted- warehouses, machine shops,
ness, with the consequent ten- foundries, various types of plat
dency to spend for things thatfornls. wharves, docks and for
would be passed by If the war-(such miscellaneous purposes as
rant debt were $60,000 or $70,-jnotel kitchens, laundries and
000. There might be, in some . slaughter-houses. Possibly one
instances, a saving to the city ,of e oddest of these uses is for
in lower prices possible if theifloors of wild animfl1 cases and
city were on nearer a cash basis, runways. Such floors are well
but in the main, we think, the ,liked b' workmen because they
difference In the bills would not, easy 011 tue feet
be material Most of tne olocks for ,Ioors
Of course, If the town were are now made of Southern yel
savlng $500 a year In Its inter-,1 P,ne and Douglas fir. The
est charges, by having five per, disadvantage In the use of
cent bonds to replace sbc per wood block is the high cost. Ac
cent warrants, the saving would , cording to experts, the cost of
justify the Increase of the bond creosoting wood-block floor av-
erages about $1.50 a square yard
for the blocks alone and about
$24.40 a square yard for the
completed floor. The Initial
cost, however, is practically the
whole cost, for the expense of
up-keep Is very small. In spite
of the cost, it is believed that the
increase in the use of wood
blocks will be rapid in the future.
Township ICS, Itango 2N, WHInmotto
Mcrldlnn, has Mod untied of Intention
to imiko Html llvo your Proof, to estab
lish clnlui to tho land nhoVo described,
before !. l Huwltt, U. 8. Commis
sioner, nt Eugene, Oregon, on tho 15th
day of May, 1910.
Claimant nnmofl nn witnesses: Wnt
tor R 1'ost, of Vldn, Orvgtm; WIHImh
r . uoyuriin. or vidn, Oregon: cury w.
iThoniHon. of Vldn. Oregon; Curl Swan-
son, or itia. urogon.
J. M. UPTON,
Apr. 0-Mny 11. Itejjlutor.
In tho Circuit Court of tho Stato of
Oregon for Lano County.
Stewart McKay, Plaintiff, vh 0. M.
Larson and Kniina Lnruon, hus
bnnd ami wife, Defendants.
In tho namo of tho Stalo of Oregon:
I You nnd each of you nr horoby ro-
quired to appear una nnswor tuo com
plaint (lied against you In tho abovo
ontttlod Court and cause on or before
tho 32 day of May 1910 tho said date
being tho tlmo specified by tho Court
In tho order of publication an tho tlmo
for you to appear nnd answer, nnd it
you fall to so appear and answer, for
want thoreot tho plaintiff will apply
to nald Court for relief demanded In
Mrtl.l rt.nlt.Mnt n. t, I......).. .. .1 ...
j uruuuuB io .,...-. r.v. tn0 wn00 thereof.
is the first publicity, national In scope. Tho relief demanded Is tho foro-
to go forth advertising the beauties of closura of a certain mortgago oxocutod
the Columbia river. Tho festival will
be held June 7, 8 and 9. Opening day
will witness tho national dedication of
the Columbia river highway. Tho
poster carries tho slogan "For You a
Rose in Portland Grows." Tho poster
wns donated by Fred O. Cooper, for
mer Oregon boy, now famous as an
artist. Tho design will soon hang In
transportation offlcos all over the
ed. There is a wonderful fight
that equals the fight in "The
In Citv Pound
One black and tan terrier dog,
female. Owner mnv have snme l
by paying charges.
Save 1-3 by buying Ilexal)
School Tablets at Peery's.
FRED G. BUTCHEL WELL
QUALIFIED FOR PUBLIC
by you, and 'for Judgment against
you for tho sum of $150.00 and interest
thereon at 10 per cent!1 per annum
from tho 4th day of July 1913 and
$35.19 taxes paid nnd interest thereon,
and $25.00 as plaintiff's attorney feo
and tho costs and disbursements of
tho suit, nnd for a decree ordorlug tho
snlo of Lot 10 In Illock 22 and lot 0
In block 23. nit in Km era Id Heights
addition to Springfield, Oregon, tho ,
sama being tho premises covered by ,
plalutln"8 mortgago, and applying tho
proceodii or said sale to the payment
of said Judgment, nnd barring nnd
foreclosing you of nnd from all right,
title Interest and equity of redemption
In nnd to said premises.
This summons is published by order
of the Hon. H. L. llown, County Judgo
of Lano Couuty. Oregon, dated April
FRANK A. DEPUE,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
1 1 I aa aaaaa H f rt 1 j ' J rTHiin.m 1
MEMBER FEDE8AL IBERYE 5T5TEM OF BANKT
OVER ONE HUNDRED MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN
GOLD WAS PUT UP BY THE 44 FEDERAL RESERVE" SYS
TEM OF BANKS, IN TWO DAYS. AS A BASIS ON WHICH
THE U. S. GOVERNMENT ISSUES MONEY.
OUR BANK IS A MEMBER OF THIS "FEDERAL RE-
SERVE" SYSTEM. WE CAN TAKE OUR SECURITIES TO
OUR DISTRICT "FEDERAL RtStRVL BANK. AND GET
YOU CAN GET YOUR MONEY WHEN YOU WANT IT
WHEN IT IS DEPOSITED IN OUR BANK.
BANK WITH US.
In tho Circuit Court of tho Stnto of
Oregon for Lano County.
Stowart McKay, Plaintiff, vh Jorgon
In the namo of tho Stato of Oregon:
1 iuii uru iiuruiiy, ruuuircti 10 uniionr
SERVICE COMMISSIONER iani1 nnswor tho complaint tiled against
you In the above entitled Court and
icnuse on or beforo the 22nd day of
May 1916 tuo said dato being tho tlmo
specified by the Court In tho order of
publication as tho time for you to
appear and answer, and If you fall to
so uppenr and answer, for want there
of the plaintiff will apply to snld Court
for relief domnnded In said complaint
on fllo herein and for the wholo there-
World-Fconom Sceteh Comedian, soyt:
me. In all
I've yet to
eaual as a
alow - burning, cool - tasting,
Fred G. Duchtol, candidato for tho
Republican nomination for Public
Service Commissioner in the western
district, today announced I1I3 platform,
Hd it merits support, for It represents
t':e cause of the people.
"If nominated and elected," It reads,
'I will divorce tho olllco'from politics, i0'-
and conduct it on strictly business
principles and for the best interests
of the people; v
"I .will put tho clerlcaL forco-.on a
merit and efficiency basis, and operato
the ofllce as economically us la con
sistent with good business.
"I will ferret out every unjust rail
road, express, telegraph, telephone,
water, light, gas and power regulation
and rate, and substltuto therefor Just
and equitable regulations and rates;
"I will exhaust every effort to com
pel tho railroad companies to furnish
sufficient cars and equipment when
needed, for the transportation of ALL
Charles B. Moores of Portland ! Oregon products;
'I will glvo a square deal to thp peo
is a candidate for the nomina
! tion for secretary of state. While
;ir. wnnlfl bp hnrrl r ciorWWc thi
Wi&L I conduct of the office under Ben
!01cott. the latter has lost caste
He's Searched in the eyes of the Republican
TP1 H7 J 77 v0ers by his efforts to hamper
Ine Wide World ;the administration and to dis-
The pipe of this king of credit Governor Withycombe. If
laughmakers has left a trail h5s nul1 and liaul methods were
of fragrant smoke clear sineere, they might not be ser
'round the world. Why is iously criticized, but there is a
ithe.ias never found "the 1 suspicion that hi&f brother-in-equal"
of Tuxedo? Because law ex-Governor West, has been
it has no equal because 'PllinS the string,
that famous ,JTuxedo Pro- 1 We wlu nave a capable secre-
cess." that makes Tuxedo tary of Btate in either man, but the pioneer photographer and fire chief
mild COOl and non-biting not nave a regular Itepub- of Portland, and prior to assuming his
can't be used in any other licau? Charlie Moores, beloved present position ho established a repu-
tobacco by all true-blue Republicans, fills '"or ,erc,cncy a Scaler of
lOUadU. .... 1 ' WnlehtH anil Mnamimn nt Pnrfln1
the bill. Cottage Grove Sen-
tln?1, I Eighth Grade Examinations
I t, , , . I Notice is hereby given that the
j What is Springfield going to state examination for the Eighth
do for the Fourth of July? Cele- Grade will be given on Thursday
brate, or let Eugene do It? a,,(1 Friday. May 4 and 5, 1916
' In school districts where there
1 A Worthy Successor are applicants, according to the
! The snectaculiir nhotonlnv Schedule sent the chairman or
many nave tnea to imitate it no "Tno Ne er-Do-Well, produced MWJiiiBr,
one has succeeded. by the Selig Company from the J MOORE,
Try Tuxedo one week and you'll story whitetn by Rex Beach, is orntv Pshool Superintendent,
say as Harry Lauder does, that it's a worthy successor to "The nr 27-May 1 .
"THE tobacco for me." .Spoilers," that other wonder .'"L.ITILTT. I"
YoucanbuvTuxedo everywhere Pla from the nen ot the 3amo ' J??rL ,F9R WARRANTS
miuui uuu uuuuu uy iuu oujiu ' , ..ul,. .
Comnany. "The Ne'er-Do-Well iwl11 Pay presentation at
pie, and the public scrylco corporations
Economy, efllciency, nnd rigid la.w
enforcement have been the predomin
ating features of the administration of
Mr. Buchtel, as head ot the Stato
Weights and Measures Department un
der Stato Treasurer Kay, and his past
ofllclal record Is a guaranty that tho
planks of his platform will be re
deemed. He Is the father of weights
and measures legislation in Oregon,
and tho comprehensive code drafted
by him on this subject reduced tho
operating expenses of his department
to tho stato nt largo, and sounded tho
death knell on fraudulent weighing
apparatus in the state.
Mr. Buchtel is a son of Joe Buchtel
a m wr jw 'urn mt
Tuxedo is aged three to Jive years.
But the big secret of that unequalled
mildness, coolness and sweet flavor
is the genuine Tuxedo Process.
In Tin Hu
SOt and 90C.
THE AMERICA TOBACCO C0UPAB7
The relief demanded Is tho fore
closure of a certain mortgago execut
ed by you, nnd for Judgment against
you for tho sum of ?100.00 and Interest
thereon at 9 per cent per annum from
tho 17th day of July, 1913, nnd 17.68
taxes paid and interest thereon, and
$25.00 ns plaintiff's attorney feo and
tho costs nnd disbursements ot tho
suit, and for n decrco ordorlng tho
sale of the lot numbered 12 in block
numbered 2 In tho High School addi
tion to Springfield, Orogon. tho samo
being the premises covered by plain
tiff's mortgago, and applying tho pro
ceeds of said salo to the payment nt
said Judgment, and barring nnd fore
closing you of, and from all right, titlo 1 , ,, , , ....
Intorost and equity of redemption In I v:ldll,B for tl10 B' rel 0B,nl0 of a
and to said premises. decedent without notlco whore tho In-
This summons Is published by or-1 vontory and apprnlsoment of tho estate
der of tho Hon. II. L. Uown, County i1iowb that all tho proporty within
Judgo of Lano County, Oregon, dnted Jurisdiction of tho Court does not
The Best Groceries
For Less Money
The Fifth Street Grocery
Thos. Sikes, Prop. Phone 22
ApHl 10th, 1010.
PItANK A. DEPUK,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of tho Interior
U. S. Land Oftlco nt Koseburg, Ore
gon, March 18, 191C.
Notlco is lioreby given that Julius
Beck, of Vldn, Oregon, who, on October
2C, 1910, mado Homestead Entry,
Serial No. 0CG93, for Lots 1 and 2 and
NEV4 of SEV4 and SEtt of NE',4 of
Section 4, Township 17S, Itango 2B,
Willamette Merldlau, has (lied notice
ot intention to inako Final Fivo-ycar
Proof, to establish claim to the land
abovo described, beforo I. 1'. Hewitt,
U. S. Commissioner, ut his ofllce, at
Eugene, Oregon, on tho 11th day of
Claimant names as witnesses: Wal
den II. Pendell, of Vldn, Oregon; John
F. Mlnney. of Vlda, Oregon; Ben R
Mlnncy, of Vidu, Oregon; William
Schornig, of Vidu, Oregon.
J. M. UPTON,
Mar, 20-Apr, 24. Register.
CITATION TO HEIRS
In tho County Court of th Stato of Ore
gon, for Lano County.
In tho matter of th estato of Snmncl D.
To Mrs. Hattle Ege, Miss Ella Martin,
Oust Martin, Charles Martin, F. V.
Weaver, Ilachel Weaver, Frank E.
Woavor, Mrs. Charloa Link, Mrs.
May Frees, Clark Weaver, Itussell
Weavor, Fern Weaver, Samuel Wes
ro William Wosco, Effo, Muud, Uus
mil lattlx, Theodore Muttlx, Annn
Ilauso, John C .Weavor, Fordlnand
Edgar, Mrs. C. W. Lehman, and Wll-
nv. t ml tnr.n nn
This citation Is issued pursuant t0!IIOmiS: 0 T0 12'
an onicr or tuo county Court ot Lano
County. Oregon, in the above entitled
estato dated March 31st, 1916.
Tho proporty described In tho pe
tition for tho order to sell and which
will bo sold If tho order Is granted, Is
described as follows:
Commencing at a point South 20 do
grces 36 mln. East a dlstanco of
21.5 foet from n point whlcn Is North
88 degrees 34 minutes East 171.2 feet
from center of section 18 township 20
South Kongo 2 East WHInmotto meri
dian; thonco S. 48 dog. 19 mln. W. 205.4
Dr. ADALINE KEENEY FERRIS
Homeopathic Physician and Burgeon
Olllce, Baptist I'arnonago
Corner Second and C Streets
J. H. BOWER
Olllce 774 Willamette St.
Phono Eugeno C99
Homo Phono 132-J
W. F. WALKER
foet: llienco South 35 'due. .1(1 mln'. Hunt I Office Phone 02; f.'ealdence 07-J
255 foot: thonco South 78 dog, 16 mln. West Main 8t.
East 219.9 foot; thonco North 20 dog.
36 mln. 30 W. 464.3 feet to place
of beginning, containing 1.89 acres,
more or loss, In Lano County, Oregon.
Witness tho Honorable II. L. Uown,
Judge of tho County Court of tho Stato
of Oregon, Lnno County, nnd tho seal
of said Court hereto afllxed this 31st
day of March, 1916 .
Tho dato of tho first publication of
this citation is April 3, 1910.
STACY M. HUSSELL,
(Seal County Court) County Cleric
Edwards & Br at tain
For Farm and City Proporty
Exchanges a Specialty
will be presented at the Bell
Theatre on Tuesday night, April
25. The Selig stars who made
"The .Spoilers" a masterpiece.
aid in the realism of "Tho Ne'er-Do-Well."
It Is a story full of
unfamiliar fascination of Pana
ma. A special company of Selig
'players, including Kathlyn Wil
liams, Wheeler Oakman, Frank
'Clark, Jack McDonald and
others weroiescorted to the Pan
ama Canal Zone' by William N.
( Selig In order that proper atmos
phere for scenes necessary In
Rex Beachs' story might be film- j
my office warranto of School
District No. ID, of Springfield,
Oregon, up lp and including
Warrant No. 089. -Interest
ceases after April 14, 191 G.
Dated this 10th day of April,
A. P. McKINZEV, Clorfc.
itango 2 E., WHInmotto Meridian, has
filed notlco of Intention to-make Final
Kivoyenr Proof, to establish claim to
Mi1 1nwl nlimm ,lknnMtl..l l.f r tt
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF ! jjoVitt, V 8 Commlss on t I
OltKaON: Vou and each of you are lis" .', 05Sp'.,"ti,A"
hOrel.y cltod and required to appear j'vfAnr i loin ' '
OiA for the cZfyVLano'tho " witnesses: Carey
SSfiSoS' thereo0?". iLgono, LanS I i''?a2i Z
nf oofrl Tnv nnil thnn nll.1 Mmrn alinw ,V ""'"Will, Ot VIUU, U OgOI).
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of tho Interior
U. S. Land Olllco at Itoscburg, Oro
gon, enruury za, iyju,
Notlco Is hereby nlven that Eliza R.
woweu, oi viuu, uregon, who on May DR J E RlfiMMnMn
1. 1909. made Additional Homestead' KILr1lvlONt
Entry, Sorial No. 04952, for tho SVj ot pHONEeoffir n..M.... 1J
SW'4 of Section 22. Township 10 S, PMONES"-0lce, 3; Residence, 116-J
uvor commercial uanK,
NOTICEFOJl PUBLICATION .
Department of tho Interior
U. S. Land Ofllco at Ttosehurff. nrri.
eon. Anrii.3. ,wG.
Notlco Is horoby given' that Elmifr
E. Eggloston, of Vlda Ororon who nti
June 9, 1909, ijipdp bo noMtood outry
serial, No. 051E9, for fiv; ff.r-(fr.jiJn,
of said day and thon and thoro show
causo, if any exist, why nn order of
salo of tho real estato bolonglng to
suld estato should not bo mudo to pay
tho charges, expenses and claims
against said estato, and that uald or
der direct the administrator of said
ostato to soil tho real eutat of said
estato under tho provisions of Sec
Hon 1257 of Lord's Oregon Laws pro-
Mar 20-Anr. 24.
J. M. UPTON.
O. R. Gullion, M.D.
Practice Limited tl
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Graduate Nurse Attending
306, White Temple, Eugene.
. HERBERT E. WALKER
"i - 1 NOTARY
Office In City Hall, Springfield, Ore.
Why not save and deposit In our Savings Department
one-twelfth of your total taxes each month? By so dis
tributing tho tax burden over the entire year, it will not
seem so heavy,
4 per cent on savings.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, EUGENE, OREGON.