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INSTALLING GUARD’S NEW PRESS
AND PLANT IS NOW IN PROGRESS
(ini’ Printing Company has daily from the East and much new
type and material Las arrived or is
ilue that will make the Guard plant
practically n»w throughout and UM
complete as the Held req urea.
The Guard Printing Company ÍS
making these improvements simply to
keep pace with the growing business
of this country, and iu „uticipotiou
nf a more rapid growth id population
and business in the future than iu
Eugene is destined to be
the second largest city iu Oregon,
situated as it Is at tile head of the
great Willamelte Valley, at a very
desirable distance from Portland, the
in» tropolis. The building of the »leo-
tric street railway and suburban line
connecting this c»ty with Springfield,
is but the ii>‘g*oiillig of un era of
wonderful progress in a section of
which Eugene is the centre. Thisde
velopment will be accentuated by the
constructing of the railroad from this
city across the mountains to <)n-
tario and southward t ’ Klamath,
Its new plant partially installed, the
two revolution press, pictur d above,
bi ing iu position ami already uoing
good work, it is we believe the larg
est, fastest and best machine of its
kind In Western Oregon, south of
It has Deeu installed on
a concrete foundation, with a pit
underneath, and is specially arranged
for permanency and convenience.
The motive power for news press, joli
presses and folder is electricty,
new motor of live horse power having
been installed to take the place of
the watei motor formerly used, a
small water nioter still being used
to drive the typesetting machines.
The sma'lei Camplwll cylinder press,
which has done service in the office
for several ytars, and is still a good
press, has liei n sold to the Klamath
Falla Republican, being started to
ward its destination toilav.
A large new job press is expicted
or which the Southern Pacflv Cd. has
already set aside over fov.r million
dollars mid upou which the work of
pern audit location is living rushed.
But aside from its railroad pros
pects Eugene is surrounded by a great
agricultural, fruit and hop growing
area, sufficient of itself, when coupled
with its mining anil lumber indus
tries t.i build up a good-sized city.
Lu i lairing is already a great indus
try and the Blue River milling dis
trict is giving employmei t to a
large V'VHnber of men, in addition to
promising prospects in other parts of
Manufacturing is, h I« o ,
becoming quite a factor in Eugene,
represented by woolen, excelsior ami
planing mills, sash and door and
furniture factories, foundries and
other plants. The splendid state uni-
vi ratty, growing rapidly into one of
the leading educational institutions
of the West, is another factor in Eu-
And Eugene is growing steadily
PLANS ACCEPTED FOR
The building committee of the
Uuiver«lty|of Oregon b aid of regents,
consikt'ug of 8. 11. Friendly, R. 8.
Bean and M. A. Miller,held a meeting
iu this city Saturday for tLe pur
pose of approving the plana and
■pecitlcatious for the new library
building and the girls' dormitory, an
appropriation of b'k'.lMXI for which
was mails available by the last legis
lature and the money having teen
made available tiy vote of the people
at the electiou on Juno 4th of thia
The plans for both buildings were
furnished by Architect Y. l>. Hensdl,
Bids for the construction of the
buildings will be advertised for at
Once and the contract let some time
duriug the mouth of August. It is
expected that work on the buildings
will lie commenced about September
The library building will be c.ui
strutted princ pally of brick at a cost
of 025,000. It will be located son'll
of Deady Hall and uext to Emit Thir
teenth street, leaving room enough
between tlie two buildings for tlie
erection of another. It will face east.
The dimensions will be 60x91 feet,
two «lories high with n full Ixisvment.
Tlie bus» nieiit will be construct»*»! of
artiticial «tone and the superstructure
of tnitf or cream pressed brick, the
mme a« used in the construction of
the Eugene public librniy,
couipl.*te»i. All cornices w
tnetal ami the trimmings,
ami «ill courses of artificial
harmonize with the brick,
will be of imitation tile.
The first flair will lie used entirely
for library purposes. There will lie H
general reading room 3Uz34 t**et,a ref
erence room 36x30, a »lelivery room
22 xW, a «tuck mom 23x16, a porimii-
cal room 20x23, ts***idee the libi ar
lan's often, catalogue ami consulta
From the lower floor there will lx*
• servioe stairway leading down to
the basement, where will lie arranged
nnparking ruóme, a tire-proof v ult
for storage of vaiaablo documents and
large men* for tlie storage of paper
Olea and Mivaroity ,*ateh»gue«. Tlie
remaining epaoo will tw> allotted to
da«« num purposes.
Tbs UMeud fl «»r will ho used for
boosing of different departm.nU» of
the ualversity. U h . rooms being sut
Chnefoo, July 28.— Lieut. Clarence
England of the United States cruiser
Chattanooga, wounded this morning
tlcient for at least four of them.
In by a bullet from the French cruiser
addition there will lie a room 26x30 Dupetit, died this evening.
feet, light,xl by a skvlight and to be French squadron was encaged
small arm practice as tlie Chattanoo-
used tor exhibition purpose«.
gn parsed and England received a
The girls’ dormitory or sororiety
house will be located south ot Priai I
dent Canipbell's residence, a lx*allti-
ful site. It will lx* a frame structurr
and cost 0TÍOOO.
There will be 21
The New York World asserts that
rooms beaidea the usual reception
rooms, «tore room«, etc. It will be Russell Sage left his entire furtune to
three stories high, 56x60 feet in di his widow except a small bequest to
mension» and have broad ventadas on Mrs. Faume Cbapou, a sister who
died two years ago.
Not a cvnt is
left to charity.
( ¡ R( MJ SOI M PR( >V EM ENTS.
The famous ineiuorial arch of Stati
Besides the matter of erecting the ford university will sjon l>e ni thing
new buildings, that of improving the mon* than a pile of bricks and stones.
grounds was discussed.
If present Experts declare.! the structure could
plans are carried out the university uov be repaired, so the work of dis
campus within a tew years will lx* mantling the great pile has cum
among I hi* tln<*at in tlie country. The menced.
already expansive lawn will gradually
The Oregonian says that Hammond
lx* extended in all directions until tlie
will extend the Corvallis A Eastern
whole campus is one vast stretch of
railroad across th»* mountains to
fountains and works >f sculptuie will Ontario and also laiild the Astoria A
adorn Hu* grounds, the trees will lx* Columbia south along the coast into
kept neatly and artistcally trimined at
sibly that Hammond has become al-
all times and many other improve
lied with the Gould interest«.
ments will lx* carried out.
The laxly of Russell Sage has been
Tills work of Cours»* will not all lx*
»lone xt once, but a little at time will buried in a 025,000 case the bixiy
lie accomplished, a gra.lual transfoi was p'aced in n hermetically sealed
illation taking place. At this morn copper envelope, thia in turn in a
Ing's meeting a cement walk between so id mahogony casket and tlie cas
Yillard ivnd Deady Halls was order 'd ket in a chilled steel case, four tnebee
thick, riveted with steel bolt«, locket
with a lock which can only be opened
WORK UNDER WAY.
from tlie inside, and lowered into
grave carpeted and lined with i ever-
green«, on which the clods were
h»apeil ami ti e nioun I will l»e built.
The steel case neighs thr»>»> tons. An
electric alarm is attached to give
warning it ghouls attempt to loot the
General News Notes
Twenty Year Battle
“l was a lower in a twenty year bat
tie with chronic piles and malignan
sores, until I tried Bucklin's Arnii*
Salve; which turned the tide, by cur
ing both, till not a trace remains,’*
writ»» A. M.Bruce.of Farmville, Vs.
Best for ol<l ulcers, cuts, burn» ami
wound«. 25»* at W, L. LteLano, drug
Hen» is a prohibition item from
Albany: Because he drank too nmc'i
water while on a mountlan trip.
John B. Smith, a farmer who resided
ner Scio, died yesterday.
went to the mountains two weeks
«go. He drank an enormous quantity
of water and tiefon* be reached home
he was taken ill ami never left hi«
bed. He leave« a widow and three
Fore|x>iigh ,t Sells circu« will do
Western Oregon «oath from Portlaixt
C. N. McArthur, the well known U.
Salem Aug. 22. All«ny O. graduate, recently admitted to
Aug. 23, Eugene Aug. 24, Mixlfurd the bwr. haa decided to open an office
in Baker City.
this year, the Willamette Valley Co.
is spending th'usands of dollars on
its new water, electric and gas plants ;
there are several large business build
Ings in course of construction and
will build at once a 050,9X1 postofflee
building and at the university naw
dormitory nud library buildings will
lie commenced this fail.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
‘ United States Mini Office.
R<» m burg. Or., May 28, 1906.
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of tin- net
ot congress <>t Juue 3, 1878, entitled
au “Act tor the sh I c of »iuiber lamia
In the Mates of California. Oregon.
A car load of fire brick to be use»! Nevada ami Washington lerritory.
in the construction of the new gas as extended to ail the public land
works now being erected by ibe states by act of August 4. 1892, John
Willamette Valley Co., in this city J. Rude, of Eugene, county of Laue,
state of Oregon, has this day filed iu
arrived today from Port Wayne, In this ottice bi» sworn statement, No
It was set otf on the gravel 6861. for the purchase of the NW >4 of
bed «pur and Immediately unload© h Section No. 24. in Tow m hip No. 17
south of Range 8 west, and will offer
proof to show that the lami sought is
Whereas. There was submitted to more vaiiiaLle for its timber or stone
tlie electors of the state at the last than tor agricultural purpoees, ami
getierxl electiou as lequired by law uu to establish bis claim to said lami be
initiative petition tor a proposed tore W. W. Calkins at Ins office at
aiu»‘ndmeut to Section 2 of Article XI Eugene. Oregon, on Saturday, the
of tte Constitution of the State of 2.1th day of August, 19“>. He num»»
Oregon, giving cities and towns e<- as witnesses: Peder Ophus, of Blue
olusive power to enact and amend River.John Krogness, Miutiu Haugen-
tl,air charters, subject to tlie consti eou. Bert Wiley, all of Eugene, ull of
tution and criminal laws ot the State Lane county, Oregon.
Any ami all persona claiming ad
of Oregon, aud
Whereas, on the 25th day of June versely tlie above described hinds are
1906 the Secretary if State in my requested to file their cluims in this
presence as Governor of the State of ; office on or before said 25th day of
Oregon di<l canvas the votes given for August, 190(5.
BENJAMIN L. EDD1,
and agaiust said amendment and
Whereas, it was ascertained and de
termined upou such canvas that there ‘
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
were 52,567 votes cast for said amend- i J
inent and 19,862 votes against the I
United 8‘ates Lami Office,
suiiic, and that said admendment re
Ro>eburg. Or., May 28, 1906.
ceived an atlirniativ»' majority of the
Notice is hereby given that in com
total number of effective votes cast pliance with the provisions of the act
thereon anil entitled to be counted of Congress of June 8, 1878, entitled
under the provisions of law.
“Al1 Act for tiie side of timber lands
Now. therefore. 1. George E Cham in the states of California. Oregon,
berlain, as Governor of the State ot Nevada and Washington territory,”
Oregon, in obedience to and liy vir as extended to all the public land
tue of the power and authority vested states by act of August 4, 1892, Laura
in me by law, do hereby make and I E. Hinkson, of Alma county of
issue this proclamation to the people Lave, state of Oregon, has this »lay
filed in this office her sworn state-
of the State of Oregon, and do an- __
nounce and declare that the whole | metit, No. 6849, for the purchase ot
number of votes east in the State of 1 lot 10. of Section No. 4 in 'Township
Oregon at said election for and ! No. 16 south. Range No. 8 west, and
against sail pioposed amendment wus'will otfei proof to show that the )n*:d
as hereinbefore stated, aud that said »ought is m re valuable f r its timber
proposed amendment received an af- ■ I or "stone than for agricultural pur-
.... ;__2 majority of the ‘ total
‘■* num- , i poses, mid to e-tablish her claim to
Iter of vote« cast thereon ami entitled said laud before W. W. Calkins, L.
to l»e counted under tlie provisions S. commissioner, at his office at Eu
of 1-w.and that a-iid amendment here gene, Oregon, on Thursday the 23d
inbefore mentioned shall be ami is iu dav of August, 1906 She names as
full force and effect as a part of the witue*s»s Neli-on C. Hinkson, Mabel
constitution of the State of Oregon C. Hinkson. William II. Sallee, all of
Alma, and Nell Hinkson, of Crow, all
from th»* date of this proclamation.
Done at the Capitol this 25th day ot Lane county, Oregon.
of June, A. 1). 19'6.
Any and all persons claiming ad
GEO. E. CHAMBERLAIN,
versely the above-described lands are
Governor of Oregon.
request« d to tile their claims in this
office on er before said 23d day of
Uy the Governor:
F. I DUNBAR.
Secretary of State.
BENJAMIN L. EDDY,
CAR LOAO OF FliiE
BRICK FROM INDIANA
Companies A and c
ate Battalion. (J. N. (,
01 fbu niT
are hard at w.irk preparing
encainpinent with the U 4 ’ ' "lr
and gua ds of Washington
taug at American Lake, UeXt
This encampment will u tf
est ever held in the West fur t U'1'
poses of maneuvering aIld lt
to be a valuable school for
who w 11 participate ju ¡t
It is expected that ab,,ut xmo
will be iu camp at the lake
early August until the first 1» ,'*
Of this number /
will be xbout 6»HM) regulars aBd
21X10 National Guardsmen.
will be represented by about X», I**
The battery will not attend the *
caumpmeut this year, but th« Tt
Infantry ami the First eparat(.
talion will be out in full Buu»
Adjutant General Finzer wifi r>.
sent Oregon at the maneuvers v
will be under the command of fcj
gad ier-Geti real Frederick Fnnit^
of the regulars. The Third Iufailt
will be in command of Colonel
tiebem, of Portland, while the Ent
Separate Battalii n will be under d«
command of Maj. Geo. 0. Yora»
The Oregon guards will g0 iit(.
camp on August 11, and remain tbm
Briefly stated above are the reasons
why the Guard is making so many
improvements. The era of advance
The annual picnic oi log rolling ot
ment is dawning upon the Willamette
the Modern Woodmen of An.erifi»«
valley and its most beautiful city —
held at Lorane, Friday, July iqj,
Newspapers must never lag
'The affair was a success from every
behind, but should ever tie in the van
standpoint There was not as largeu
The Daily and Weekly
attendance as was hoped for, owing
Guard will be true to the traditions of
to harvest being in full blast, ftt) :»
the newspaper profession and will m
ing present. The picnic was held in
the future, as in the past, piint just a
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Hall's grove north of Lcraue. u
United States Land Office,
little better paper hail the Held jus
United States Land Office,
spot which Lorane M. W. of 1
Roseburg. Or.. May 28, 1906,
Roseburg, Or., July 7, 1906.
tifies in order to encourage other en-
Notice is hereby given that in com boys cleared of brush and built i
erprises by example as well us pre
pliance with the provisions of the act pliance with the provisions of the act speakers platform ami liand stand
of congress of Jure 3, 1878, entitled of Congress of June 3, 1878. entitled with plenty of seats in the cool shad«,
“Ail act for the sale ot Tinder Lands “An Act for the Sale of Timber
j in the States of California, Oregon, Lauds in the States of California, Or- also three refreshment stands, »
I Nevada and Washington Territory.” , egon, Nevada ami Washington Terri being presided over by the Royal
laa extended to all the Public Land tory,’’ ' as extended to all the public Neighbors, the ladies’ auxiliar?, w
states by act of August 4, 1892, Jo land states by act of August 4, 1892, an ice cream booth.
seph H. Fowler, of th»* town f Wai Nels Haggstrom, of the city of Eu-
The Foresters band of Con*
toil, county of Lane, state of Oregon, gene, com ty of Lane, state of Ore-
I ihs this day tiled in this office bis Ron, hHs this day tiled in this office Grove furnished the music. I*
swotn statement No. 6951 for the pur bis sworn statement No. 6834 for tlie games ol baseball were pulled of i
chase of tin' N‘t of NE>4 aud N's ot purchase of the SEL of section No. the afternoon. The first treing la-
NW *4 of section 10, township
18, 18. township 19 south.of range 6 west,
«out i of range 8 west, W. M.. and and will otfer proof to show that tlie tween the Star team and a picked 1
| will offer proof to show that the laud (ami sought is more valuable for its W. of A. nine, for a prize of Ji
| sought is more valuable for Its tim- timber or stone than for agricultural This game was won by the M. W. if
l”*r or stone than »or agricultural purposes, ami to establish his claim A. boys, score 6 to 4. The weni
—The two upper purposes, and to establish his claim to said lami before W. W. Calkins, U*
floors of tlie north wing of the State ! to said land before W. W. Calkins. U. S. commissioner, at his office at Eu was between the Cottage Grove all
insane Asyluiu, a mile from tin* city, !
* ommissioner, nt his effiee in Eu gene, Oregon, on Monday, tbt 2’i! team and the M. W. of A. team. »»
were destroyed by tire this .miming, I
' ,l“' Hrt4 day of August. 1966. He names as by Cottage Grove, score 9 to I
Mart n HiiHgenson ami
*■' ¡day ot October. 118»». He names as witnesses:
tlie (lames beiug under control this j witnesses Charles B. Fowler, of Wai Louis Hegstrom. of Eugene, Peder Purse 020. A big list of sports wen
ton. Oregon; Siilney W. Porter, ot Ophus. ot Blue River. Charles W. In arranged for but on account of at
Tw- Ive hundned inmates were saved Walton. Oregon; Hn.r.v Hinkson, of man, of Elmira, all ot Lane county, being able to commence the pregnt
until alter dinner several had tv t»
only by the tii-»' drill. Many patients Alma, Oregon; Warren Nichols, ot El
Any and all persons claiming ad-
worked like heroes fighting the
Any ami all persons claiming ad verselv the above described lauds are
The following were pulled off
tla lies, aide»] by the entire city de- versely the above described lands are requested to tile their claims in this
100 yard dash for men, won by O
part meld. Tlie building was an itn- re»|Ueste»i to tile their claims in this office on or lx«fote said 21 It h day of
ffice on or lie'ore said 1st »lay of Oc August, 19 Hi.
I 1 lay ; puree 05.
menee structure four stories high a..d tober,
BENJAMIN L. EDDY,
100 yard dash for boys under K
a ba-ement and on account of the oil
BENJAMIN U EDDY,
on the floors the flames spread
years, puree 02.60 won by Oral fro’-
3-legged race, purse 02 50
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice i« hereby given that J. H. Oral and Elmer (trow.
The fire broke out at 10:36 and
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Milliorn has llk.l tns final account as
raged an hour and a half, the dam
Nail driving contest by ladies, pi*
United States Land Office,
administrator of the estate of T. J.
age beiug 05,000.. There was no lose
Roseburg, Or., July 11. 1906. Milliorn, deceased, and that the 03, won by Miss Norma Doty.
of life, none injured, and no disor
Notice is hereby given that in com county court has by an order fixed
State Oragnizer Simmons
der. Most of the inmate« were out pliance with the provisions of the act August 6th, A. I). 1906, at the hour speaker of the* day. He made a i*
of congreob of June 3, 1878. entitled
on the grounds when the alarm was an “Act for the sale of timber lands of tea o'clock a. m. on sa'd day ami speech ou Wodcraft ami made sereiti
the county court room as the place to
given. The mxles who were lieing in the states of California. Oregon, h.'ar any objections to tlie said ac converts to the order. The Woednsi
march»*»! into the building after their Nevada and Washington Territory.’’’ count. Any person having auv ob- bad a big dance at night to round f
morning exercise, mircbed back and as extended to all the public land jec'lons to said account is hereb- the day's pleasure.
states by act of August 4. 1892. Wil
were belli in the enclosure. All the bur M. Sides, of Deep River, county notified -- to tile such objection with
the^clerk of said court on oi before
patients taken out were guarded. of W ahkiakum. state of Washington, said day.
Many di»i etfecient work fighting the has this day tiled in this ottice his
fire, which was due to the crossing of sworn statement No. tilHS* for the pur I
J. H. MILLIORN,
chase of the S E L of section No. 8,
Administrator of the Estate of
electric wires. There was uo insur
in township No, 19 south, range No. I
J’ *'F’Hiorn, Deceased.
5 west, and will offer proof to show WALTON Jr NESS.
The numlier of patient» is 1420, em that the land sought is more valuable
for its tunlx'r or stone than for agri
Salem, Or., July 26.—The 1»’
cultural purp-M's, and to e«txbli»|i1 Nt 11°F blXAL SETTLEMENT
In- claim to said lami before W W
Notice is hereby given that the nn- viding for exemption from t»J»> '•
( .ilkins. I . s ( oiiiinissioiiei. at Ins 'Fer,,'«ned.administrator» of the estate of householder,« property to lb* ’*
I;-"»:'i>< • Oregon, on Momlov. -f Mill.» C. Hale,
” • ■ ' ave tiled
,ue final tent of 03IM) first went into
tlie 24th day ot September. 1!H<:.
lie acconnt therein ami tiiat the county
names as witnesses:
Frank Nigh !'"’»irt for . J -----
ane ,» county. Oregon, ha> 1854. Since that time it has
swamler. Meile Nighswander.
Wi|. ■ by an orde.-
___ day tixe.i the loth continuously in operation nr ,l 51
«rde»' » of this
liam Hadley, William Canadv. i all of | day "f August at the hour Lf'ten present time, with the ex»epb r
Portland, July 27.—The jury in the Crow, Lane county, Oreimn
| o clock a. m. as the time and the 1894, when on exception •»* SJ"*
case of the United Slates against
Aliy and all p-rsotis claiming ad- lounty court room as the place to
due to an act of the L»>’i*l|,tül'
| a|, objei.ti(WJ (o
Hennry W. Miller, Frank E. Kincart. ver«,iv th,- above d.-scrib, .! lands are hear n„y
••Id account; any one having any ob which was «ubsequently »unui'ei
Martin G. Hoee, ami Cnarles Nickell,
office on or before raid 24th dav of tiflld t". ’ hi
A decision of th»' Suprsnie C-
*>ld "e‘''’utit are no
indicted an,I tri»*«i for conspiracy in September. I'.in6.
tified to file the Mme with the clerk rendered yesterday holds ti nt ti* ’
connection with land fraud trials in
BENJAMIN L. EDDY
of said court on or before the said
this state.returned a verdict of guilty
July 6th, 1906.
the suit in point being that '
in the cas» of Hoge and Nickell at In the District Court of the Unite.l
<’EO. H. HALE,
an«l E. Wallace against
12:17 o'clock this morning» after bav
States for the District
C. K. hale
half ; .
Fallin and Judge Booth, "f
in« been out six hours.
^dmin^trators of the „Mate of
county, the decision of Jodi*
r«x*ommended the defendants to the In the matter of Charles Gross, lank WA LT< )N ‘ 4 N EsS1’’ deCea*d'
na of the lower court txiing t*Ti
clemency of the court.
A ou will please take notice that th»*
Motion to stay judgement ten day» trustee in the above entitl»*»! estate
pending application for a new trial has file«! his final report praying for
Harry V. and Marvin L H»
was granted by Judge Hunt. Kincart an order approving »ame. and’ I have
Notice is hereby given that the un have sold their 165 acre farm “ a
CHileil a meeting of creditors at mv
and Miller pleaded guilty before the office, Kixini tim. Chamber of Coni < ers.gned,
M haw k vall' .. -
trial of th»* other defendant* com- merce, Portland. Oregon, on the ITtb
best piece« of agricultural 1»:
r»"'»- »> county, to W. C. Seavey.^1**
m.. to consider said report, and for 4»
HOGE PUT IN JAIL,
known hop grower, for
Martin Hoge, who with Charles
as may pro|>erly come twfore th(.
land lies in section 34. to«"*™ '
Nckell. ««« found guility by the jury meeting. You will please take notice tied to present the «am»
south ot range 2 west.
last night of land fraud conspiracy that in case no objections ar» fii«,l
for subornation of perjury wae thia an ordet will he made granting the
prayer ot the said trustee.
You are missing sotneth'n< •
morning lodged in the county jail.
LMed this 5th day of Jone, lfcfc
Camping furniture of all kind« at
hot porch with Vudor ponb
Chamber«' Hardware Co.
We put them up free.
111 U blL.EU. A tcraaJ llni,“,‘rBU'T*
CONVICTED BY JUDGE