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MONDAY, SMPTMMUBll 4, 1010
TUB SPRINGFIELD NEWS
I Town and Vicinity
G Tho llrlokhiyors Union of Atnurlon
No. 0, mot nt tStiKono Friday evening.
There tiru ut pruHOtit ulovon members
In HprltiKlluld, Harry Klofur of iUU
city In. i,iuliliit.
Mr. (tml Mm. Harry Ilntmelto return
oil tlit) hitter purl of the woek from
Ji.HDur, whero tlioy have Ijimji vl(tlng
with tlidlr sou, 11. W. Wnlah.
Mm. Colo ntltl dfttiishtor, Qmco of
Yttnii'll were shoppers til lnttcir lHtrt
or tho weak.
Frank Ollilm lint 4ven up Ills POD
It ltiii nl iha M. M. Peery drug store.
choMtor Hmlili of Oomillla mhi) for
iiiorly of Springfield lmti beon visiting
nt (lio H. 1). Uulru'M homo..
jtrn. I'ninU Smltson unit baby nro vis
aing friends In Klmlra.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carney nml
daughter, Mity, of Thurston wuro In
town tho Inttur part of tho wook.
Mr., nml Mrs. Will In in Crnbtroo, of
1'ortliuiil aro vIhUIiik with Mr. Crab
troo's HlMtor, Mm. Ed. Duryoo anil
Mra. J, 8. Day and daiighlurH of
Jasper spent Friday In Springfield.
Mrri. l'nni llrattaln nml clilldnm,
Uniting Learning and Labor
In its Six School nuil Forty-eight Dr
uirtiiicnt I engaged in the grcul work
nutting Learning it nd Lnbar.
fP Forty-eighth School Year Opens
SEPTEMBER 18, 1916.
Degree Courtet requiring n four-year
high ichoo) preparation, lire offered in
AGKICULTURH. 16 Departments;
COMMIMCH, 4 Department. HNGIN
JWUINO, 0 Department; MINKS, 3
DcpirtmenU; I'OKKSl'RV, i! Depart
ments, HOMIt HCUS'OMICS. 4 Depart
ments; mid PHARMACY.
Vocational Courtet requiring nn
Klghth Grjidc preparation for entrance
arc offered In Agriculture. Dairying,
Commerce, Forestry, Home Makers, auil
Mechanic Art. Pharmacy with n two
year high cluol eutruuee requirement.
SCHOOL 01' MUSIC -Piuno, String,
llnnd nml Voice Culture.
Cntntnuuc and lemitiful illustrated
AddrcM Tim UitfiiSTRAU,
I w-7.IS-IOto-7 10) COKVAI.MH. OKKOON
Marlon Adams, who linn lioon work- MILLION DOLLARS ARE
lug nt llnlly spent tho latter part of.
SPENT FOR NATIONAL
Thru tho Inland Empire
Grand Canyon of Columbia
Gluclor and Yollowstono Parks
Hound Trips nt Low Faros Dally
until Sept. 30 via Tho North
Hank Hond. Stopover whuro
North Bank Rail and
26 Hours Sail
t t IIIU Mill 't-l w waMw mvm ww,
m a, a. Nortnorn racinc nuu
. nanl Mnrtlincn tnw
San Francisco RTruiSd $32.
From any Oregon Electric Rail
Ticket Includes meals and bortb.
This route saves tlmo nnd
monoy and Is a dollght
Sept. 24 to Oct. 8
From Middle West to Wlllamotto
I soli propald tickets.
H. It .KNIGHT, Agont
ON DOLLAR DAY WE WILL
OFFER THE FOLLOWING
2cans of peaches 25o
5-25c cans peaches $1.00
2V& lb. can royal baking
Regular 25 cent coffee,
5 pounds $1.00
Reg. 30 cent coffee, 4
3 cans Eagle lye 25o
Stock Salt per 100 lb 80c
JVll 35c pkg. goods 30c
j. sr. oneppara
OPPOSITE BELL THEATRE
tho woek In Springfield,
Mm. Kdn 10, WIIIm, who has boon
iipiindlni: tho pant two weeks with hor
nlBter, Mrs. J. W. Collin departed Frl
day for hor home.
Alhertn While Is spending a week
with rolatlvus at Marcola.
Fred Fink tf Kllnon springs Wnn In
(own lant wook.
William FoshIr returned homo nftor
flatting with friends In Portland,
C .IS. Ilrnttaln reltfrnod Friday from
points wost of Junction City, where he
ltM been buying cuttle,
Dr. nml Mra. A. F. Heinenway and
ton. who have been vtsllltlg nt tho
home of Dr. Homonway'e. parents, Mr.
and Mrs. O. H. Hemenwny of Spring
field loft lust weok tor tholr home In
I.oxlnglon, Kentucky. Doctor Hemon
wny Is a momhor of tho faculty In
Trnnsylvnnla Unlverslly of Loxlngton.
Miss. Tltodn. Perkins Is spending n
few days In Portland trunHuotlng bunl-
Mrs. Mary Muglll and daughter. Km
tellu rotunied the latter part of tho
wuuk after visiting at tho Trlplett
homo In Marcala.
Mrs. K. Marstorson of Camp Crook
rnmn to one of tho local physicians
for treatment last weok, having caught
hor thumb In tho wrlngor out tearing
tho mill looso.
William Mcllee of Donna transacted
buslnoss In town the latter part of thu
J. C .JohmioTT nnd S. H. Lyons of
OohIiuii transacted buslnoss hero Fri
day. Mr. and Mrs. W. II Warner and fam
ily and Mrs, Gladys Smith returned
from a two weeks vacation ut Wald
port nnd Vochoots.
II. II. Moto returned tho latter part
of tho week, nftor taking his father to
Kitson Springs for his hoalth.
Polo Chnso has boon Working In
Eugono tho past week.
Mr. and Mrs. John t McKay nnd
(laughter doparted Friday for an ex
tended trip south and will stop at
several waypolnts then go to Hlch
FOREST ROADS IN 1916
Stock Grazing in
. .. -j,
Many Horsos, Cattle and Shoep
Pastured in Undo Sam's
Domain in Oregon
Moro pooplo aro spending" their va
cations at National Forests this sum
mer than havo ovor dono so beforo
mnny porsons traveling long distances
by automobile In order to camp' in
those- public playgrounds.
At a recent moling of tho Concou
nttlly Stock Aasoclntlon nt which there
wero twenty members present, It was
decided not to allow any bulls on tho
rango after X91G except those of boo.
grndo and having registered papers.
Tourists registers are In use on
many of tho National Forests. Hy
registering tholr names and destina
tion, porsons going Into tho mountain!
can arrungo to havo telegrams nnd
other Important messages forwarded
by tho Forest Itnngors.'
Experiments nt tho Forost Products
Laboratory at Madison, Wisconsin,
havo resulted In Uio discovery of a
mothod wheroby tho yields of alcohol
and acetate of llmo from tho dostruc
tlvo distillation of hardwoods havo
boon increased fifteen per cent.
Figures just compiled in tho office
of tho District Forester, Qcorgo II.
Cocll, Portland, Oregon, show that
157,089 cattlo and horses, and 996,771
snoop nnd gonts, belonging to 3,151
permittees wero ndmltted to tho Na
tional Forost ranges of Oregon and
Washington during tho period of July
1, 1' iB to Juno 30, IMC.
TIiobo figuroB glvo an Increase of
20,834 cattlo and horBos.nnd a tlecreaso
of 11,600 sheep and goats, compared
with tho number submitted during the
preceding fiscal year. Tho decreaso in
sheep Is accounted for by the fact
that many sheep men havo gono Into
tho cattlo business. Tho figures as a
whole show n big lncroaso in tho
number of stock on tho forests of tho
District. Since four sheep nro consld
orod equal to one cow on a rango
basis, after doductlng tho 11,009 de
creaso In snoop, tho flguros show an
Increase equivalent to 71,007 snoop,
Tho roturns nlso show that during
tho 1010 season tho stock grazed be
longed to 2,902 ownors, but this year
3,454 ownors aro represented, Indicat
ing clearly that tho Forost Sorvico is
steadily carrying out Its policy of
making tho widest distribution among
tho small ranchors adjoining tho Fo
ost.. Six years ago thoro woro 1,083
grazing permittees using tho National
Forest rangos of tho two States,
Secretary of Interior, Houston, Hat
Announced Plans for Improve
, ' ment Under Now Act
aaorotnry Houston line Just announc
ed tho plan to bo pursued In spend
ing tiia ten million dollars appropri
ated by the Fedoral Aid Itoad Act for
the construction nnd inulntenanco of
roads nnd trails within or partly within
NattotiK lKurests, and has tntativiy
allotted among the vnlroua National
Forest States the million dollars
which ta expendable UiIr fiscal yoar.
The tentative allotments to the prin
cipal Forost Stales are as follows:
Alaska, $4D,2SO; Arizona, $59,705; Ar
kansas, $11,291; California, $140,703;
Colorado, C2,itr; Idaho, $108,010;
Montana, $X9,901; Nevada, $10,195;
Now Moxlco, $42,032; Oregon, $127,
704; South Dakota, $8,115; Utah, $40,
982; Washington, $91,739; Wyoming.
$40,500. In ndditlon, a total of $9,552
has been tentatively assigned to Flor
ida, Michigan, Minnesota, Nobruskn,
North Dakota, and Oklahoma, while
tho Eastern States Maino, New
Hampshrlo, Virginia, West Virginia,
North Carolina, South Carolina, Ten
nessee, and Georgia In which tho
(lovommenl Is purchasing lands for
National Forests, havo been allotted
"In general," said Secretary Houston
"tho States and counties will be re
quired to furnish cooperation in nn
amount nt least equal to 50 per cent of
tho estimated cost of the surveys and
construction. However, upon a sat'
Isfaetory showing by tho applicant
Stato or county that such proportion !
of cooperation is Inequitable, It may
bo altered and tho ratio of cooperation
fixed upon a basis oqultablo to both
tho Stato or county and the United
Tho mothod followed In apportion
ing tho monoy was explained by Sec
retary Houston as follows: Ton per
cent of tho amount available- each year
will he withheld as a contingent fund.
One-half of tho remainder will bo al
lotted to tho States in amounts which
will bo based on tho area of National
Forest lauds In each state. Tho other
half will be apportioned on a basis of
estimated tUiluo of timber anil forego
rcsourcos' which (ho Forpsts contain.
Amounts apportioned but unexpended
within threo years, and any balanco
of tho contingent fund which remains
uunpportloued at the end of each year,
will bo reapportioned on tho same
basis as the original allotments.
Tho two groups of statos to which
lump sums,' nro allotted are, It was ex
plained, to bo considered us single
units of apportionment. Apportion
ments now to ho in a do aro for tho cur
rant fiscal yoar only. Thereafter new
apportionments will bo made, giving
consideration to tho number and char
acter of applications mnde by tho State
and county officials for expenditures
on specific projects. Those applica
tions must bo filed with tho District
Foresters in tho soven National Forest
Districts on or beforo Junuary 1 of
each year, for tho fiscal year begin
Ing the following July 1.
Tho determination of tho projocts
upon which funds will bo expended
during tho current fiscal year will bo
made on tho basis of applications
which must bo filed with the District
Foresters on or boforc October 1, 1916.
Each application must contain a state
ment of tho public needs to be served
by tho proposed road and tho manner
and extent to which it would aid In
the. development of the resources upon
which communities within or adjacent
to tho National Forests aro dependent,
and niUBt also show tho general lo
cation of the proposed road and Us
estimated cost As already stated, i
general States and Counties must bo
prepared to furnish cooperation equal
to act at least 50 per cent of the esti
mated cost of surveys nnd constrcc
tlon, This cooperation may bo in tho
form of monoy, labor and materials,
or tho construction of roads. Whero
other factors aro equal, tho approval
of a project may be determined upon
tho relative amount of cooperation ol
fered. Many applications havo, it is
stated, already been rocolved for ex
penditures upon specific projects.
Would Tie Up Mall
Clovoland, Ohio, Aug. 30. "Undo
Sam's railway mall service will bo par
alyzed on tho instant the country-wide
strike order goes into offoct."
This statoment was made this after
noon by Edward Hooker, manager of
tho publicity bureau of tho tour broth
erhoods, Ho declared that when tho
ordor bocomes effective, all mall trains
will bo halted at tho first station where
onglnos aro usually changed and those
waiting In terminals will bo held up.
D. W. ROOF, JEWELER
SPRINGFIELD, . OREGON
PINE WATCH REPAIRING
1 N V
Buy two dollars worth of goods
Deposit the Dollar
MMERCIAL STATE BANK
WE GIVE THE B.EST THAT ANY BANK CAN GIVE
Made in Springfield
A DIRECTORY OF MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MEN WHO WANT YOUR
BUSINESS AND WILL GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES
Eggimann's Candy Kitchen
The House of Quality
Buy your Ice Cream by Uio dish the pint the quart
tho half gallon and-the gallon
Made by tho now power machine. At
EGGIMANN'S CANDY KITCHEN phone51
I HAVE RETURNED
to Springfield with a good, up-tolata stock of
hand-made harness -and accessories; and am ready
to serve my old customers again and welcome new
ones. Shoe repairing done bettor for loss money.
This is my specialty. All I 'ask is a trial.
GEO. SETTLE MAIN STREET
Opposite Auto Camp Grounds
Water Proof Shoe Oil
WATER PROOFS AND SOFTENS
ALL KINDS OF LEATHER
Wolf & Miller v . .
SPRINGFIELD, - - OREGON
White Mountain Ice Cream
. Because It's made at home
and by homo people, and because
For light, heat and power.
"Made In Springfield."
Oregon Power Co.
Buggies, Wagons, Hacks, Harness, Saddles,
Horses and Cattle for sale
I buy and sell all kinds of junk
Phone 29 South 2 and A Streets
THE SPRINGFIELD PLANING
SASH, DOOIIS, MOULDINGS, ' BRACKETS,
TURNING., STAIR BUILDING
Extension Tables, Drop Leaf Tables, Breakfast
Tables, Kitchen Cabinets, Cupboards, Safes,
Step Ladders, Fruit Boxes Berry
Crates, Folding Clothes Racks.
Springfield Flour Mills
BAKORE Hard Wheat Patent
Try me. Get acquainted. You will like me. Best
value for your money of any flour in Springfield.
You know I am well liked by all bread makers.
We give you moro for your, money in flour and feed
of all kinds than any other place in town.
YOU GET ALL THE NEWS THAT'S
"MADE IN SPRINGFIELD"
EVERY MONDAY AND THURSDAY
Subscription $1.50 per year Phone 2
By the grace of tho Democratic party our chicken
raisers havo got to combat tho Chinese, so we will
come to their aid and will sell from this day Dry
Meat Scrap at 2 Mi cents a pound, to chicken raisers
only. Wo also will sell clear, pure neetsfoot oil, ct
00c per gallon, 15c for full quart,
Call or Phone, Eugeno 259
EUGENE CHEMICAL WORKS
F. JOS. SCOFIELD, Proprietor
' Factory on Rlvor Road to Springfield