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EUGENE, OREGON, THURSDAY JULY 26. 1906
BY NATIVES ON
WE TURN OVER
A NEW LEAF ON
STRICTLY CASH Business
do not ask for credit. Have
been in business for nine
years. After nine years in
business we find that there
is only one way to do bus-
iness and that is for cash, and cash
only To buy goods, and to buy
them at the right prices, we must
pay cash—therefore, we must sell
Buying for cash and selling for cash, we can save
you from 10 to 25 per cent on merchandise, We buy
direct from the factories and have to pay for the goods
before receiving them; therefore, in order to meet our
billi promptly, we have decided that we must sell our
goods for cash We also claim that cash buying and
cash selling is better for the merchant, also better for
Millionaires, medium class and working class will all
fare alike at our place. Our system will be strictly
cash—do not ask for credit. Our motto: “Quick sales
and small profits; strictly cash and CASH ONLY.
.«£ Thanking you all very kindly for your past business
and hoping that we will have a continuance of your
,t Bear in mind that we are offering summer goods
this month at half price.
EUGENE AND SPRINGFIELD
MAYOR TOM JOHNSON
TEARS UP TRACKS
OF STREET RAILWAY
General Wood Reports Disaster to
American Arms — Is Rushing
Regulars to Scene and Declares
There is no Occasion for Am
iety Over the Situation.
Woods reports th<> defeat of two de
tachments of constabulary on tli<> is
land of Leyte, the loss being twelve
in one instance and fifteen in the
ot her. He has ordered General I.ee
to rush regulars to the aid of constali
ulary to smother
promptly, and says it is no occasion
f ir anxiety us the regulars recently
killed one hundred and fifty Pula-
janes with ouly one wounded on our
land Fraud Defendant Will Hare
Cleveland, July 25. —Early this •on mid his associates.
morning city workmen, headed by
The compatiy secured an injunction
Mayor Tout Johnson and guarded by an soon hs th« courts opened, but
the police, tore up the tracks of the Johnson refuse«! to pay any attention
to the mandat«1. He said that ae soon
Consolidated Street Railway on Fill as the municipal tracks are iown he
ton street from Loraine to Franklin. will permit lh< other companies Io
They did this to make mom for tin lay truck» on the other aide of the
tracks of the Municipal Company street, if they use rails according to
recently chartered by Mayor John the city specifications.
Portland, July 25.—The bondsmen
of the defendant Martiu Hoge in the
land fraud trials,* surrendered him to
the government toJay.
ot his poor health he will be lodged
, nights at the hospital, instead of in
Tne defense closed its case this
morning with the evidence of the de-
femlant Ctia'les Nickell. In rebutal
.1. M. La * reuce, receiver of the Rose-
burg land office ideutited records.
Addison I). Hoimes, Solomon E. Lan
des a«'d Defendant Miller gave evi
deuce for the government.
Arguments ligan'.this afternoon
anil the case will go Vo the jury tu-
J. E. P. WITHERS'
AT THIS TIME
OF FREIGHT TRAINS WERE GCMPLETED
ON SHORT LINE
Petersburg, July | 25.—Count
Hi-yden. Prince Lvolf and H. Stako-
vitcli, douina members who refused
to sigu the Vibory manifesto, today
issued a separate appeal to the people
to quietly submit to tbe dissolution
of tlie parliament ami prepare for the
election ot a new body. They point
out that the emperor is withiu his
constitutional rights under the fuda-
uiental law and say they think it
would be a crime amidst th* pr v-nt
1 (rgers to often pt to -iinko ' r lh->
sovereign power. They urg-' tlu <•.
to pruve by theii »
'hey are tit for self g<
■ tari.lg tuat. reslst-anc
Ku»sia n fin-uicial,
oi'.v is «1'1
Caught Fire From Kitchen Stove
This Afternoon—Small Portion
of Contents Saved~No Insurance
is, aril veil
al l.evai, uin weie uul allowed lu
land, when they sought to join the
Niue thousand factory workingmen
struck at Riga today.
POLICE CAPTAIN KILLED,
Warsaw, July 25.—Colonel Salanian-
otf of the police force was stablied to
death today and the assassin escaped.
burned Kempten castle, one of oldest
and finest estates in Couland. Armed
rebels are in posesssion of the sur
rounding country, and two columns
of troops are advancing against them,
one from the east and the other from
WESLEY J. WYL’OFF
Struck on Head With Flying Crank
of Windlass-Part of His Brain
Taken Out by Physicians at Eu
Wesiy J. Wyc« ff. an employe of the
Hyland Lumber Co. at Mali-1, was
brought to the Eugene hospital in an
unconscious condition last ventn«
suffering with a crushed skull. While
loading some heavy timbers on a car
the crank of the windlass used
in the work struck him a terrific blow
on the forehead. The physicians at
the hospital found that the frontal
bones were badly ern.bed, necessitat
ing the removal of small portions of
them, and that the skull was broker'
at the back of the head.
tion of the brain in fr«>nt|^.a» rem <v-
ed. The nrm was still alive at a late
hour but there does not seem to lie
much hope for him. li* i« »till on
conscious but took a little nourish
Chris Liechti has nuira hin »ho«
shop front the tear | ortion of the
Matlock building to the building
formerly occupied by Morris' paint
J. D. Mat-
store on West Eighth.
lock will occupy the room just vacated
as an office.
O.. Mi«~ p.
Echo, Utah, July 25.—One of the
worst freight wreck« in the history of
the Oregon Short Line occurred last
night n-sliiititig from a head-on Col
lison between a regular and Ull extra
train at Review, just west of ( Ireen
111 u Rfr - n H<-main 111.«. If litis
pletely bloake<i the trad
crt ixb juuipt'j, ..iuj FHveriti wore
but du one wi* * inflrd.
RUSGY TO PIECES
London, July 25 —Today the con
ferences of the lntei-parliamentary
inent a resolution was adopted advis
ing The Hague tribunal to define con.
... eted to arms, munt-
tioiis ami exp osives ouly, and that
captured sbip shoulit not- l-w d«s.
' oyed, rtiut ov« n t>«t'*een iMllger-
, en» ' i rlvate yr, ptecy should be tut-
The «mntwrenoe «dru favored
Mrs Withers had l»-«n balling bread
, aud left a hot fire ll i the k ik ben Move
■ while «he went into ths ¡mt f room t
rest. Alter a lew minutes as she
started to re-enter the kitchen she
discovered that th«- whole room was
«■nvelojied iti »moke and flames.
and Mrs. Withers were alone aud
could do nothing to quench the fire.
They sncct-eded in saving a few ar
ticles uf furniture but on account of
their advanced age were unable to do
very much. There was no insurance
on the building or contents and the
loss will fail pretty heavy on Mr.
Withers. The house was small but
Pro» naville. Or., July
Mrs ¡lose Etereus added insult to in
jury by I clalxiriug him with a u< k-
yoke after having chopped his buggy
to pises« with an ar, 1« the allega
tion of S. Jentry, who liaa had bis
good neighbor arrested for assault.
Mrs. Stevens is also alleged to have
liaudrished a gun in the face of Mr.
Weather prediction for tonight
The small boy spends most of
time nowadays in the river.
The cement foundation for the new
evaporator building at the Allen can
nery has been completed.
Yesterday's bwseball scores: Port
land 8, Seattle 2.
Los Angeles 8,
San Francisco 4. Fresno 2, Oakland
Wild pigeons are said to be getting
Rockford. HI., July 25.—Two Yegg
During the cherry »ea’on
men blew fifteen safes open and robbed scarce
sixteen offices in the Brown Imildnig large numbers were killed ir the vi
this muring. They secured fHOO and «Miiity of the orchards.
were captured ami jailed.
A tank is being erected at the wool-
en mill to furnish water for wool
scouring and other purpos e.
company will pump its own water.
WILL BURY RUSSELL
SAGE AT TROY
The old front of the Stewart build
ing tn lie occupied by E. Swi-hwarz
achiId's book store was torn out today
New York, July 25. Mrs. Russel and modern windows will l>e put in.
Sage ami friends in a special car left
The boiler at the old pumping sta
with the body of her late husband to
is being taken out an«i the
day for Troy, where the remains
smokestack taken down preparatory
I m ? Interred.
to their removal to the new pumping
Car Repairer Killed
A tiara 32x32 feet fn d<-mcn«ion> *ia
living built by the Willamette Valley
Ashland, Or., July ‘25.—I
Co in the rear of the new pumping
Walker a car repairer, while at work
station for the aceoflimodatlon of the
iti th» Ashland yards last night was company's horiwa.
caugiit la-tween two cars »nd fatally
The Mt. Vernon cemetery Associa
injured, dying a tr* hours afterward.
tion has filed article« of incorporation
The Ali-any Democrat, yesterday, with the county clerk. The incorpo
-aid: Earl Abbett returned this rators are J. T. Donaldson, D.
afternoon from Nye Creek, where he Jacoby ami. W. F. Smith, and the
spent a couple of weeks, making the principal plane of business is Jasper.
remarkable gain of 13 pounds in
A deed wa, filed y«*st*r<lay convey
tlt.h. While there be a<-ted as chape- ing from C. F. Littlefield to F. A.
r«-"« for - ver>^
”f D. girls end Rankin one half of the west wall of
was ■» decided sncceaa, /
a visit the Littlefield brick building to F.
with hi. folks in Portland he will «<> A. Rankin who le erecting a" cement
fo Seattle to enter the auditor's offics Mock buil.iing In the rear of it 'lbe
of the Northern Pacific.
jconsideration is given at fot».
TWO HOBBERÎES ÂT
Clothing Store and Cook Cars of
Southern Pacific Co. Entered—
Car Robbers Caught it Orain
and Put in Jail.
Sunday night about 2:30 a thief
broke iuto Ed H'bberd’a "Toggery"
at Cottage Grove, by lowering a win.
<low in the I>ack which was ouly par
tially .dosed aud climbed Into the
room. He stole a suit of clothe«,
some underwear, pried the money till
open only to Hud alsmt 21.00 in
Change and then got out the back
<1 mr. The only source of identifica
tion is the tailor made .uit oi cloth,a
Hie man stole.
Saturday af'renoon two tramp« ont
of a gang of five going south on the
blind baggage of the passenger stole
into the cook cars of the work traiu
stopped at Cottage Grove and etui«
two coats, a vest and a pair of pant-,
ami boarded the train again and got
away The cooks were only abeeut
from the car for a minute aud at once
noticed the inlualng eoat« and going
to the depot wired ahead, and the
men were nabbed at Dram, webre
constable Atkins was sent after them
bringing I bent in Monday noon.
a short trial before Justice Young lu
t'.e aftre'ioon they plead guilty to
petty larZceuy and were sentenced to
the .lays in jail.—Nugget.
THIRTY ARE KILLED
Lynne, Franc«, Jnly 25. _ a villa««
near here was destroyed by n water -
pout t< day. At least thirty are «lead
and the property low la
Pnifeaeor E. IX Reet-kr
auperintenlant of Erwens
* boola, baa been reeiact-
of the Monmouth norms