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SPRINGFIELD, LANE COUNTY, OREGON, MONDAY, MAY 14, 1917
VOL. XVI., NO.31,
Will Hnvo Ono Loan High School
Instructor Bocnuso of Do
SEPTEMBER 24, OPENING
Manual Training Will De Dropped Un
til Need l More Prettlng, and
Military Work Substituted
Tin' lloiinl of .School Directors luu
vomplctud Hm election of teachers for
llio next school year mid unless roslg
imtlonit occur before (lie opening 'if
school In Soptoinbor no other clinngc;
nro likely to tnko plnco. The open
ing of bcIiooI Iioh boon nut at about
I lin 24th of September owing to tlio .
probabilities that many hcIiooI chllilrcn
particularly boys, will bo biiHy until
lato In Soptoinbor helping with (lie
harvests, Thin policy will be gen
orally prevalent throughout tlio state.
Owing to tlio decrease In tlio enroll
ment nt tlio IiIkIi Mchool, duo to tliu
wur ntul to ilomamlB of tlio boys for
farm work caused by tlio lato sprlnr.
thn (ward will dfcrcnso tho number of
teachers In tho high hcIiooI by ono. i
.Should M'O nttendanco In tlio fall ,
Justify tlio employment of another
toncher, bucIi notion will bo taken. I
Similar action haii'licon taken In tho j
cane of tho course of Manual Training
which will bo dlHContluued until thn
board fools that -tho demnnd for tlio
subjoct Is mora pronounced than at
In plnco or the subject of Manual
rniiiinK nonm lonu 01 .miliary , run
inr nnd Physical Tminlnc will bo of-
HiK nun iiijDiiui iniiiiiiik win hi. in j
fertd all boyn above tho ago of twolvo .
Training noma form of Military Train
at least twice a wcok. This has 1
been. petitioned for by tho entlro high j
school nnd tho board bollovos that : ,
modified form of tho drill will bo
beuoflclnl to all boyg of the ages men-'
tloned. , I
Tho list of tcachem elected for next
year Is nn follows: I
Springfield Teoehlng Corps, 1917-1918
High school: It. I.. Kirk, mipcrh
tondent and principal high hcIiooI; V.'.
J. Mooro, mnthemntlcfl nnd science;
Kfflo IthndoR, English: Nora Sorensen
commorclnl; VeVn Williams, history;
Anna, McCormlck, history nndilomoii
Crammer school: N. A. linker prlu
r'nnt nnd olKhth erndo: Ollvo Smith,
eighth grade; l acy Copcnhnvcr, sev
enth, grade; Jano Llndsoy, sixth grade;
Ornc'o Walker nlxth gnido; Amlo
Tounr, fifth crndo: Harriot Vllss.
fifth grade; Morlo Nlmmo, fourth
- - , .
grade; Hess Palmer, third grade; Fran
r.co nartlott, second grado; Alleen Nu
gent, socond grade; Ellzaboth Page,
first grado; Marlon Richmond, first
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WILL BE BIGGEST MEETING
Commonwealth Conference Begin
at University Thursday
The ninth annual commonwealth
conforonco will bo hold nt tho Univer
sity of Crogon May 17, 18, and 19 for
tho discussion of problems of dovolnp
inont nnd organization.
Professor F. O. Young of the do
pnrtmont of economics l In charge
nt thn conforenco and has mado ar
rangements for tho biggest affair of
tho kind over hold in tho Btnto. Op
ening next Wodnqsdny ovonlng nnd
lnstlng through Snturday ovening, tho
conforonco will bo Interesting from
beginning to end. Local bualnosa
nnd professional mon aro co-oporatlnu
with Professor Young in boosting tho
Tlio mootlngs will bo hold nt tho
iTnlvoratty, QuoBtlons pertaining fo
tho grcnt war will bo formost in tho
discussions, but noarly ovory phraBO
of social and oconomlo bottormont
will como beforo tho conforonco and
bojdlBCUBBod by ablo authorities.
Red Cross Wants Mechanics
i)r. Eborlo Kuykondall, of Eugono,,
who la In charge of the local nod
oYosb ambulance corps, Btatcsi that
We organltatlon,l"i sadly In need, of
peroral mochantca who undorsUnd a
Automobile. In tho near future, a
Bopn as the corpa is rocrultod up to
Bufrlclont Btrength, classes will be
heM for Instructions. Just sew W
eral good chauffers are needed, Mr
WILL BUILD NEW BRIDGES
County Court Will Open Dldi
Five atruehurci May 31
Tho Lano county court has advor-
tlNud for bids on five bridges to bo
orected In Lnno county during tho
coming summer. All tho structural)
with ono exception will .bo of wood.
IJIdH will bo opened May HI.
I Ono of the bridges Is known tin Hi J
Gallagher bridge nerosB n Hloiigh north
of Santa Clara, on ono of tlio road
I lendliiK from tho 1'uclflc highway to
, tho river. Thin will have a 45-foot
' Hiiiin. Anotlii-Y In tlio f! tnn ford lirldt'o
acroKH the Mohawk river to replace ,
the one that wnn bnuly damaged by
thn snow early thin spring. It wl'l
hnvn a Htiiin of 85 feet with lfif feet of
' approaches, A third h tho Pun-1
( ehelke bridge over a creek near thn '
llyland spur near the Mohawk bram-ii I
! of thn Southern Pnelflc railway. It (
will have a span of H feet and 45 feet ,
of approach. A fourth Ih the Short
ridge bridge Houtn of I.atlian In the
southern part of the county) with n
100-foot Hpan and 135 feet of approach ,
es. Tho fifth Ih a culvert over the
mill race ,ncar thu city of Cottage
drove. It will bo of reinforced con
crelo with a four-foot span.
Files Dig Mortgage
A mortgage or trust deed, given br
the Continental Timber Land Com
pany of Chicago to the Union Trust
company, iiIko of that city, was filed
for record In the offlco of tho coun-1
ty clerk Friday. Tho Trust deed M
given to socure $035,000 six por cent
bomln noon to be Issued and 1,300,OOJ
additional bonds If and when Issued
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tin iuwwni:u ill iiiu tunc iiiuiikuk"
Thin company owns several thousand ,
acreK of timber land In Lane county
and other countloH of tho state.
Boys and Girls
Given Chicks Free
.,.,. . nnnynya
Eugeno Chamber of Commerce
o , ... r
Hits Unori'Plhn to Ihcrense
Tho Oregon State Poultry amiocla
tlon, through Its president, K. J. Mc
Clnnahan of ICugene ItaH Inuugurnted
a cumpnlgu to ndd 700,000 pounds to
the Stute'n ment supply, a8 a part
of the movement to Increnso tho meat
supply of the nation 100,000,000 pounds
by thu late hntchlng of'chlcks and
more extensive raising of poultry.
Frco chlckB are to be distributed
to thu boys and girls of I.ane county
by tho Eugene Chamber of Commerce
as a part1 of a stato-wtdo campaign
to be launchod by tho Oregon StntJ
Poultry association to Increase tho
meat production In tho Btate.
nrnulilnnt E. J. Mrf!lnnnlinn of tha
utfitn nMunr-ln (Inn will ilnnntn thn linn
. . .... ... .t ,
Ol inCUUUtoril nogOHHnry ior lliu linij-
oet, poultry mon will donato eggs, and
others will contribute the oil neces
sary for operations.
Commercial organizations, lodges
. and similar bodies In other cities wl'l
I be asked to adopt similar plans for
IncrnaBlng tho poultry production.
M. McClanahan said that he would
Ininin nn nnnnnl in nil mnntltnro rf illA '
IDDUU till tlrfi;tll IU Uti lUVIllt'Uia Vk KttV ,
asBoclatlon through Carl Williams of 1
Salem, secretary, within tho next fov
days, asking thorn to assist In tho
plan. Poultry orfers the quickest
method of meat production, ho suld.
To oncourngo tho poultrymon, ho
ipiotod tho slogan of tho American
Poultry association: "American poul
try will holp win tho wur."
Clnnnluin snld that tho associations In
h' eastern states are making a froo
distribution of eggs for hatching to
Hoy Scouts and similar organizations. , Innl ono and la owned by J. P. Shop
Tho Pennsylvania association has pard of this city,
plodgod 50,000 eggs for this purpose, j "Whoreaa many Porsons nro so tin
ho'sald. , ,"$1 fortunate as to loose tholr Foro-Teeth
by Accident, and olhorwnys, to tholr
Aged Lady Would Join Red Cross groat Dotrlmont, not only in looks,
"Aunty" Frlssoll, wlfo of Qoorgo hut spoaklng both In Public and Prl-
Frlssoll, of McKonzlo DHdgo, has
Uou io join uio r.uKunu uu rouo
society. Mrs. Frlssoll, has lived nt
tho bridge for noaly 40 yonrs and U
well known to thousands of tourists.
Sho wahtB to know what Bho must do
to become a mombor of tho lied Cross
Sho says sho la vory much Interested
In tho work and wants to form an
nuxlllary at tho bridge Sho Is oyer
70 years of age.
Qlseaie'd Trout Aro F'ound
E. C. HUIb, deputy state game war
den, waa showing Friday a diseased
trout caught In tho Mohawk river.
Ho aays tbe river at certain lacei
fa infested with email wonaa that
work around tho hoods of tho trout
w ovontually catreo thorr acatb.
LEAVING TRAINING STATION
M5Jn- Mi Ll"' 1 -CI
l'lioto by American Pre Aisociatlon.
Frcahly trained sailors leaving for tbe Brooklyn yard and active duty after having finished a course of In-strm-tlnu
In soninnnMilp nt n naval training station.
CITY 10 CONTINUE
GOOD AUTO CAMP
r t I , r ,
Business Men Hold Sess.on and
Make Plans Friday Night;
A number of tho business men of
the town met Friday evening to dis
cuss plans for tho opening of Spring
field's frco auto camp fo rtbo com
ing soason. Simon Klovdahl, of Eu-
gone, who ownos tho land used for
, . .,
UlQ. tourists' CflUip has given Ills per-
..0i ,i. ,i, i. ,,,ni,,i
mission that tho proporty bo utilized
In that manner again this year.
At the meeting, plans were out
lined for the putting up of a largo
shed to accommodate three cars incaso
or rain. J. E. Edwards told the
News reporter that he cstimnetd that
over 400 people had stopped at tho
camp last summer. Many of tho
tourists said that there was only
about ono athqr place (Ashland) be
tween Portlund and Los Angelc-i
where as good accommodations could
Tho plumber connected tho wntar
supplies on Saturday.
Those who wero appointed on a
commtttco to oversee the fixing up
of the. grounds, and tho keeping uf
them In shape during tho Biimraor
wero; E. E. Morrison, D. S. Deals, Dr.
Emory. II. R. Walker. Fred Ilresslar.
i,.,.. ,,.... t,.,' u nJ. .,
uuuu noiom juuu uumnun, unu mm-
calf, Wjelby Stevens, Joss Allen, Ern-
eat Lyons and J. C. Dlmra.
Paul Revere Also
Tix False Teeth
Advertisement of Famous Revo
lutionary Hero Is Found
in Old Gazette
Tho fnmous Paul Uovero Is shown
In a dlfforont aspect from that ono
with wliJeh wo aro moat familiar, In
an advertisement which npponrcd In
tho Boston Onzotto In 17GS.
ad Is taken by a facsimile of tho orlg-
ap-lvuto; This is to .Inform all such,
that they may havo thorn ro-placod
with artificial Ones, that look as well
'as tho Natural, & answers tho End of
Speaking to all Interests, by PAUL
REVERE, Goldsmith, near tho Head
of Dr. Clarke's Warf, Boston. 'AH
persona who havo had false Teeth
ftxoil by Mr. John Bakor, Surgeon-
'Dentist, and thoy have got Ioobo (as
thoy will In Tlmo), may have them
fastened by tho above, who learnt tho
Mo(hod of fixing them from Mr. Bak
er". Eugene Team Wlna
' The Springfield Booth-Kelly base
ball pine lost a came on tho Itomq
field to an aggregation from Eugenq
yesterday. Tbe score was four to
LANE BEANS. PLAN
Fruit Company to
Launch Project Which Means
Much to Section
A bean growing and selling project
Is soon to bo launched on a scale
never before attempted In this stato,
according to an announcement made
by C E. Patterson, of tho Oregon
Fruit company, of Portland, who has
been spending several weeks In Lane
county In an effort to encourage tho
growing of beans. Mr. Patterson also
announced that his company will
erect bean cleaning plants in Eugeno
nnd Salem, each plant to cost between
15000 and $10,000.
"We propose to provide an equip
ment for handling the crop in Laao
nn.l lorlnn nmlntlna wll P m Wfl Tl Cl V?
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have 5000 acres assured, for polishing
grading and cleaning so tliat our pro
duct will be In shape tocompete with
r-r.llf,-..lo Mi- Pollorsnn fttntpil. "I
vuiuuuitui ..... - -
hlnk n ennsorvntivo estimate of the
nrmen in ijinn countv accordlnK o !
present indications, is 2000.
W. A. Bell, formerly mayor of Eu
gene will be a field agent and buyer
for the company I nthls territory.
Local Soldier Boys Will
Kept Posted on C. E.
At the meeting of the Christian
Endoavorors of tho local Christian
church Friday night It was decided
that the boys from tho society who i Ho said that In the older cherry or
havo Joined the army of Uncle Sam. 1 chards some brown rot Is appearing
bo kopt posted as to tho doings of tho i owing to tho lack of air circulation.
Christian Endeavor. This Is to bo , but as a rulo tho cherry orchards are
done by means of letters, cards,
papors, etc. And to show that tho
boys aro being remembered they will
bo sont "Goodies at Xmns tlmo.
Tho following nro the boys who
have enlisted from tho Christian En
deavor, Ivan McKlnnoy, Clarence Hill
Claronce Fandrem, Norman Byrno
and Roy Penney. These boys hnvo
all reported for duty except Ivan Mc
Klnnoy who has not as yet been cal
led out, It was also decided that
there bo a society papor, to bo edlte-1
onco each month In tho stylo which
tho editor and staff soos fit. This
paper will bo sent to tho soldier boys
gratis. Probably a small subscrip
tion feo will be charged tho homo
merabors. It will also be sont to
Tom and Harry Nixon former mem
bers who are working on the Irriga
tion ditches In Central California and
who are enjoying Dago companion
ship almost 'delusively.
President, Mrs. Sarga Sneed ar
pointed a, committee conlating of Rol
and Moshler, Nell Nixon and Fanner
Travis to meet with the editor, Francs
Travis, to .discuss plans for the paper.
This committee is to serve as edi
torial staff. Reporters are to b
appointed by tbe editor.
FOR WAR DUTY
RALLY AT MAPLE GROVE
Christian Endeavorers Entertained
There was a Christian Endeavor ral
ly at tho Maple Grove school houa-i
Saturday evening and all day Sunday.
Saturday evening an entertainment
was given by tho Lane county C. E.
officers' wiUi a penny social in con
nection. Ice cream and cake was
sold to procuro things necessary for
the Christian Endeavor society. Sun
day an all day rally was held. A
picnic lunch was served.
Inspector, Who Has Visited
Growing Section, Says Yield
Wilt Be Heavy
After making an inspection of the
principal growing sections of Lano
' ' " f
! county, C. E. Stewart, county fruit
I inspector predicts that there will be
a bumper crop of nearly all varieties
"From present Indications, I judgo
that the prune crop will be 20 per
cent greater than that of last year,"
said Mr. Stowart "Cherries look
like they will be from 35 to AO per
cent heavier and pears 50 per cent
heavier than tho crop of 1916.
Mr. Stewart said that tho lack of
polllnlzatlon is noticeable In some of
the pear orchards, but the crop on
tho whole will be large, he predicts.
"There will bo enough peaches to
go around," said Mr. Stewart, "and
the apple crop will bo about the samo
as It was last year, which was fair.
The old Baldwin trees will not bear
heavily this, year for the reason that
thoy over-bore last year."
The Inspector said that farmers
should spray their D'AnJou, BartleJt
and FaR. Butter pears at once for Bcab,
froo from this disease,
Glenwood School Elects
At a meeting of the West Slda
school board held May 5, Miss Graco
Male, who has been a student at tho
Monmouth normal school this yea',
was elected principal for the coming
term. Miss Nina Boesen will teach
the Intermediate grades, while Miss
Beatrice Baynes of Eugono will havo
charge of tho primary youngsters.
Spoke on Economics of Food
Miss Bortha Davis, of the oxtonslou
division of tho Btalo Collego at Cor
vallls, epoko at Thurston Friday
on economics of food and egg and
milk cookery. The high school held
an all-day rally Trlday with a pro
'gram, a baseball tgame and other
Married at Blind
Lloyd MsgUl, son of Mrs, Mary C.
Magjji. waa, united,, la, Marriage,, to
Miss ReU,, Sw,lth. of Bepd, Oreteo,
Mr. Maglll ko. forpeffy, , 1
Sprlngfieid, owns a, baf iateret In
a drug store at Bend: He. at, ono
time worked for the Sherwia-Mooro
Drag company In Eusoaa.
LIST OF SEED. FOR
SALE BY GROWERS
Time for Planting Is Growing
, Short, so O. A. C. Endea- Jt.
vors to Aid Farmers
LARGE VARIETY IS LISTED
Farmer Can Order Direct From Qrov
er As Name, Address, and t4j
Price are 'Given r- . -r
Tlmo for planting Is getting short,
and farmersand gardeners will suffer
the least delay in securing seed by
. ordering direct from producers. Ao
cordingly, the Oregon Agricultural
Collego extension service, and United
States department of agriculture, co
operating, have listed the following
growers, the amount or seea tney
have for sale, tbe kind and In some
I cases the price.
Gold Nugget Gill Bros. Peed Co..
Portland, K.1 25 to lOOpounds at .07
per pound. 100 pounds or more at .06
Minnesota No. 23 Mrs. W. S. Camb ,
bell.Gold Hill, Oregon small amount,
Minnesota No. 23 Mr. H. B. Bernt
zen, Eugene 200 pounds at .06per
Minnesota No.23 MrJ. H. Aldrlch,
Box 205, Canby, Oregon fouror five
bushels at .07 per pound.
Minnesota No. 23 Mr. Chas. II.
Hoyt, Jefferson, Oregon three bush
efs at .07 per pound. 1
Minnesota No. 23 Stout Bros,
Sheridan, Oregon twelve bushels at
.10 per pound.
Minnesota Nu. 23tH. L..Herst,Cor
vallisjl. 4500 pounds.
Oregon Yellow Dent Albert Stone,
Woodburn, Oregon eight pounds.
i Mr. W. H. Savage, Corvallis, Ore
gon two buBhels.
i Hans Jensen, R. 7. Salem, Oregon
1 100 pounds of kale. 847 germln
ation .25 per poundpostpaid.
Seed. Barley Wm. Schulmerick,
Hannchen The Portland Seed Com
pany, Portland, Oregon.
Hannchen James Pounder, Cor
i Banner Seed Oats Mr. Chas. H.
Hoyt, Jefferson, Oregon $1.00 per
j Shadcland Eclipse (Hay oats) C.
D. Nairn, Amity single sacks, $3.75
Seed Oats Wm. Schulmerick,
Hillsboro one-half ten at $35; one
ton at $65; one carload.
Mr. Frank L. Smith Scappoose,
Oregon large quanlty.
j Gill Bros. Seed Co., Portland. R. 1 t '
40 sacksBurbanks, at .04.
j Corvallis, Flouring Mills Co. Cor
vallis, Ore. several varieties.
i James M. Herron, Monroe, Oregon
I Burbanks, 400 pounds at .04 per
f E. E. Morrison Springfield large
quantity Burbanks at 3 and .04.
Fred Dose Woodburn, Oregon-
various klndB in small lots.
0111 Bros. Seed Co. choice varie
ties in Binal lots.
Oregon Fruit Co. Portland, Oro
gon. Red Mexican and Royal Wblto Kid
ney E. L. Davis, Williams, Josephlno
County, Oregon, 3000 pounds Red
Mexican at .11 f. o. b. Grants Pass
and 400pounds Royal White Kidney
'at .15. Excellent Quality.
Rod- Valentino Mr. Rodney Sav-mro-
Tiftlsev. Oregon one sack of
aaw, V . "
Red Valentine, (a speckled bean of
fair quality) at .10 per pound.
Lady Washington Qll Bros. Seed
Co.,- Portland, R, 1 1300pounds at .20
' Mexican Tree and Lady Washing
ton mixed Ri Oi Hughes, CorvallH
White, Navy N. Whitney, Mob
roe. 6ref$R-T-100,lbs. ,
m!tetravya' M. Ilerron, If oaroo,
ftfexleUi TrMt&eaa-- (cketc),efcl
BrtMu Sfto. TwiUna. 9- lit
Golden BafttaiR 8wpKCTi Mr.lt
L. Pavle, Williams, Josephine Couaty,
(coulisse m tkm).