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LOANED MONEY TO
THE LAND FRAUDERS Hood’s Sarsaparilla
Day In and day oat there Is that feeling
of weakness that makes a burden of Itself.
Food does not strengthen.
Sleep does not refresh.
It is hard, to do, hard to bear, what
should be easy,—vitality Is on the ebb, and
the whole system suffers.
For this condition take
TO REPLY TO
The eouuty commissioners' court
Tbe Oregon Coast 4
this afternoon granted the petition of way Company j. negotiating 7
It vitalizes the blood and gives vigor and
things are projected for southern
the property owners along the Lucky purchase of the Corvafij» »
tone to all the organs and functions.
Benton county. Transactions of the Boy road and ordered the road estab ‘n<J th®
In usual liquid form or in chocolated
most important character have taken lished as viewed and surveyed, adopt railroad, it is said, with fa,
Portland, Sept 7.—The testimony they were canceled over a year ago
place, and plans are afoot for the es ing the viewers’ report. This action pects of a successful outoo«u Pits-
in the Maye laud fraud trial thia on the ground of fraud.
tablishment of a very large industry ignores the claim of the Lucky Boy Journal’s New York or___
The fact showing that Jonathan Bryan, after the November elections,
in that section, together with the in Mining Co. for 410,000 damages, as credibly informed
morning was devoted to show Con
Bourne, Jr., who was chosen by the will go to Panama and South Amer
vestment of a very large amount of the report made no recommendation tree, of St. Louis, now in N».
gressman Williamson's connection
Oregon Republicans as nominee for ica. This afternoon he visited the
capital, says the Corvallis Times. as to damages.
The expenditure of City, is dealing direct with r
with the alleged conspiracy. Wit United Sta'es Senator at the coming state fair, wheie his livestock is be-
1 Incidentally, Cotvallis is said to have 42500 will be made iu accordance with Hubbard and Mrs. HuntingL”**
nesses testified that Williamson’s session of the legislature, was mixed
New York, Sept. 8.—R. C. Sullivan, a good chance to come into a part of the viewers’ report, in widening the own a majority of the shares ’ **
visits to Canyon City and Salem were up with the land frauders may prove
thoioughfare and repairing it in sev >hTh6 !ep°rt 18
Illinois, national Democratic com itbe big improvement.
The Walters mill, situated seven eral places.
in the interest of the creation of the a boomerang that will cost him the
those who have kept ln
Jefferson City, Mo., Sept. 6.—Gov mitteeman, in a statement today says
reserve. Prineville witnesses stated
The Lucky Boy people will, it is railway engineering through th.?'*
Bryan’s speech at Chicago means that miles west of Monroe, has beenjsold
Many were surprised at the an
for 440,000. The buyer is an associa presumed, begin immediate action in counties. The Oregon C om 4 r *
that they took up school land which nouncement and opinion seems to be fever being higher.
His physician the commoner cares only for self-in
tion of eastern investor« who are rep the circuit court for the recovery of ern has for the last four months^
afterward was deeded to Williamson. that Mr. Bourne was well acquainted
resented by an agent named Buck, the amount of damages asked for in no less thanjtive engineering«
Siu. Seidl testified that Williamson with the entire laud fraud course. should.
honest, untruthful and insincere who has been in tbe vicinity for sev- their claim.
in the field. They have been
sold him a third interest in twenty- Up to the pressnt time there is noth
Findlay, O., Sept 8. —Judge Bank thioughout his speech, and questions earl weeks. In addition to the Wal
In their reports, and in many
two hundred acres of land and thir ing more known thau the fact that er today overruled the motion to Bryan’s loyalty to the Democratic ters sawmill he has bought eight sec
of the line they have
Mr. Bourne loaned mouey, but this is quash the information against Rocke
locations and driven p
patry. The Illinois man claims Bryan tions of timber land, and is seeking
teen thousand acres of school lauds
considered au ill omen by many who feller in all the Standard Oil cases.
tbe purchase of two additional sec- cat road petition was dismissed, as
adjoining the withdrawal lands of believe that he fully understood the
Pleas in abatement were filed by de per man, aud that bis political affilia . tions in tbe same vicinity. Included the proper procedure had not been built a large part of the Con^,*
the reserve. It also developed that situation. ills enemies and those fendant in each case. These were
tions are for dollars only. Sullivan ‘ in tbe purchase ie a section on which
Eastern, and was in chargs of J
Jonathan iioutne loaned money to the who would like to see some one else overruled also aud defendants given
challenges Bryan to poll the delegates the well-known Alsea falls is located,
of the Celilo portage rtJ
syndicate holding these landB. The United States senator from Oregon until Tuesday to file new motions.
to the convention two years ago and and which is estimated to have a suf-
is now in the employ of the ur2!?
certiflciates were placed in escrow for will in all probability make the most
fiicent capacity to develop 500 horse
Coast A Easteru, aud is makingT
W'asbington, Sept. 8.—The depart if it showed he (Sullivan) was elected power for electrical purposes
security, where they still are, although out of the affair against Bourne.
estimates of cost. /»*--••
It iS Mid th, H
ment of justice was informed this
that if Bryan is wrong he should other is largely contiguous to and
gineers have secured
— a J remarkibij
of the canal work is attempting to morning that U. 8. Marshal Daniels
withdraw his candidacy for tbe presi
good line, with c e!“y grade»
systematize the work before the presi- bad arrested thirty residents of Ari
They are all in Benton county, tbe
curves, and that cost of wt.
I dent visits the canal zone on a tour
plan of the purchaser being to keep
LONG ROASTS LA tOLLETTE.
struction will be lower than »W g.
the organization of an insurrection
j of inspection.
Beloit, Kas., Sept. 8.— Pronouncing | hie investments to the northward and
pected by the promoters.
Locomotive engineers have asked against the Mexican government.
of Iowa, his ideal senator | | in tbe direction of other large tracts
The surveys and projected route k
Their bearing will be held at Doug-
an increase of 445 a month and better
and denouncing tbe propositions of of what is as tine timber as there is
the proposed plan of parehlM
conditions. The commission ignored
Senator Lafollette's advocacy as moie on earth.
of the Corvallis A Eastsrn and th»
the request and ts nty-one q"R..
Portland, Sept. 6.—Pale, fleshy populistic than Jerry Simpson's, Sen
to Astoria A Columbia River road«. Md
They have been receiving 4180
a from bis long imprisonment, s. ?.. ator Long, of Kansas, opened hia
It ia also averred that the pur of Oregon was let
it is believed this has been the ph
month They will be*repluced by al
He chasers will build a big sawmill of 267.56, their bid being the lowest, as from the beginning of operation»' y
Sea Girt, N. J., Sept. 7. —The Na leged incompetent negro engineeis at D Puter was taken irom his cell in state campaign this afternoon,
the county jail, where he is serving roasted Lafollette for attacking the
tional team match, which was started 445 per month.
stated in Saturday’s Guard. The the coast line from Yaquina •„
bis sentence, and placed on the Kansas senators during the late Bes- at Junction City or Corvallis. Also
on Tuesday and finished late yester
bids were opened Saturday but no south to the state line and north to
day, was won by the infantry of the
Washington, Sept. 7.—According to stand as a witness for the govern- sion of congress.
was taken until this morning. N“haleru bay. The gap left betvat
logs from the timber to tbe mill will
United States army. The first, prize those in touch with the Situation nient ibis morning iu the F. P. Mays
Nehaletn and Seaside will, it
The other bids were as follows:
consisted of the National trophy pro President Roosevelt has effected a land fraud trial.
be built by the present management
time tbe construction of the road
He testified that Defendant Mays
vide I by congress, Cioo in cash and compromise between the Republican
Erb & Patton, Salem................. 24,450 of the Astoria A Columbia Rirg
medals for the team members. Sec factions in Ohio. The Republicans acted as bis attorney in locating and
nection that Corvallis is more likely W. O. Heckart, Eugene ........... 22,881 road, and tbe Nehalem exten«ion ii
ond prize—Hilton trophy, 42(X) and known as the Foraker-Dick combina securiug fifty-seven timber claims in ;
The contract will be signed at once already being surveyed from Sewida
Junction to be the site for the
medals—was wou by the United States tion are to favor Taft for the presi Linn county and afterwards became
Thia disposition of the ratlmji
work on the building commenc
mill, because large todies of timber
Cavalry; third prize—the
bronze dency, and in return Tait will sup his partner in locating seventeen
known as the Hammond road» it
ed within a few days.
soldier of Marathon, 4130 and medals port the Foraker Dick combination claims in the Cascade reserve, three
The bide on the girls’ dormitory Oregon is the most logical solation
timber purchases, and that ultimate
—by Massachusetts; fourth—4100 and for the state candidates. This re of which wete deeded to Mays.
were all abovo the estimated cost. of all the puzzling reports that bm
meiials for the team members by New moves Foraker from the race for the testified that be paid Senator Mitchell
tbe mill. Junction on tbe other band, The plans will have to be altered and recently been in circulation on tin
42OIX) in Washington and four years
York; fifth—47 > and medals—by the presidency.
coast and in Wall street concerning
would "be but 20 miles from the tim bids advertised for again.
later secured patents which Hermann
United States Navy, and sixth prize—
the sale or extension of the Corrib
ber while the distance from Corvallis
Washington, Sept. 7. —Hicks, U. 8. had previously held up.
4.'io and medals—by the United States
A Eastern. It is said that the 0»
He said that Mays ought to be serv
minister to Chile, reports that, suffer
gon Coast A Eastern people can ufi.
through habeas corpus proceedings in
The scheme is one of the most coni-
The match was won last year, in ing as a result of the earthquake is in ing time with him as be was bis part
lize both the Hammond line« to a-
HUB ami 1MH liy New York. The tense throughout Chile, and earnestly
cellent advantage and that immediiti
Benton in a long time. Of the pur
scores of the six prize winning teams appeals to the people of the United was convicted. Mays acted as silent
possession of the properties ««aid
' States to quickly respond to calls for
give tbe company a nucleus fro«
Puter also testified that State Sen complicity in tbe assassination of Ex is said to include a considerable
First, United States infantry, 3251; aid. Contributions should be cabled
It is estimated that all available which to go ahead rapidly with con
ator George Brownell,of Oregon City, Governor Steunenlierg, brought to quantity of timber, some of it lieing
second, United StHtes Cavalry, 3191 ; to the Red Cross at Chile.
included in tbe eight sections acquir gravel in the Southern Pacific com struction of its coast system and pro
Hgreed to fix the grand jury for him
third, Massachusetts, 3177; fourth,
by the buyers, z'.mong the latter pany’s pit across tho rive r from this posed line eastward through Oregon. I
New York, 3166; fifth, Uuited States
is a tract sold lately by Mr. Needles city will be taken out within four or —Portland Journal.
He admitted indictment.
Navy, 3131 ; Mxth, United States Ma ocratic party of New York nominates to deliver tbe goods.
The Pinkertons went to Adams’ to Mr. Walters. Tbe deal was closed, five weeks, and the steam shovel will
District Attorney Jerome for gover paying Forest Superintendent Orms
If this road is purchased by th
Of the other 35 competitors Washing not of the Empire State he will be by's son 4500for his father’s favorable home without a warrant and brought according to the account, the latter then be moved to some other point, Wilsey people it will mean the sbu-
ton and Minnesota were tenth with
children, aged 7 years and 10 months, ments with respect to the matter will crossing of the Springfield aud Leb donnient of the project to build l
3024 each. Oregon with 2807 was an. Friends of Jerome state that the
line through I.ane county from th
to tbe penitentiary, where be has j be watched with interest.
21st,and Montana drew 23d with 2745, j
Siuslaw east across the Cascade«.
ance that he will stump the state :
The gravel at the Eugene pit was
California being 25th with 2518.
ings being bad.
Hia wife’s letters
against Hearst for the district attor
not as deep as at first estimated, and
wete opened by the officials, and
Havana.Sept, 7.—The eavaliy under ney.
it is said the railroad officials are a
damage suits are threatened by the
It is conceded that Hearst will be
Guerrera held up an express train for
little disappointed in the quantity of
Havana and took the mail sacks con a candidate and the commoner is an
gravel they will be able to take out,
taining correspondence from San gry at the New York publisher for the
but it is thought another bed will be
Jiiau, where the government troops past course taken by the publications
Drain, Or., Sept. 8.—New rercuite formed duiing high water next win
Judge L. T. Harris is in Bohemia
are located. Among the papers seized of Mr. lleatet.
are pouring in on every train for ter and operations be resumed here
see for himself and find out th
were warrants for the arrest of Guer
Sept. 7. — Secretary
Putney, Eng., Sept. 8.—Cambridge
truth in the matter of the low« GoM
rera ami a score of other rebel lead Shaw today issued the following state
road, and a vast army of men are now water in the river is low enough.
won the international college contest
ers. People on the train warmly ment to all depository banks;
The gravel bed at Tallman is on the Mining Co. vs. Lundberg, Ziniker <
at work between Drain and Putnam
today, which was witnessed by 1(0,-
greeted Guerrera and Adjutant Betan
I station, four miles west of here. uplands, away from any stream, and al. The evidence was very conflict
•‘I am advised that many banks are (XX) people.
Hundreds of women
court who made the seizure.
Many carloads of wagons, setapers, the shovel can work there all winter. ing and the inborn desire of Jodp
loaning their surplus through the wore crimson costumes in honor of
Harris to deal out fair justioe
plows, stump pullers aud other ma
Warsaw, Sept. 7.—Six soldiers at brokers of New York on call at high Harvard.
Reid, with a party of
prompted him to make the hard trip
Money loaned on friends, occupied a launch.
the prison here mutinied today,killed rates of interest.
His decision is bound to be ’“’:t
coming iu daily.
the director of the prison and re call is well nigh universally for spec ands of Americans were iu the throng
Portland, Sept. 8.—The defense in
is awaited with ranch cuni*''f
leased fifty six revolutionary agita ulation. I am not willing that money
The lietting switched slightly in the Mays land fraud trial began this
by the people in general and »
tie enticed away from the locality favor of Harvard before the race and morning with u motion to acquit ed at tbe Lowe place, two miles west
doubt anxiety by those intereetad —
of town, and the great work of grad
Portland, Or., Sept. 7.—The pres 1 where it is deposited for such use. plenty of Harvard money was lost at Maye, which the court overruled.
Cottage Grove Nugget.
odds of six to five in favor of Cam
A. C. Woodcock, an attorney of
euce of the red spider has been de
E. J. Crow has sold his fine stock
rapidity. At the rate they are now
tected iu the Western Washington legitimate business. If you have more , bridge, where earlier it had been Eugene, was the first witness,
farm in the vicinity of Spencer’s
testified that Mays took no part in I progressing the tunnel sites, twelve Butte, six or seven miles south of the
bop yards. The spider was found money than your community can ab thirteen to ten.
miles west of here, will easdy be
throughout the Western Washington sorb return it to the Treasury to be
At Beverly Brook Cambridge led the defense of Puter in the case for I reached before the wet season begins. city, including all the stock on rhe
districts and are doing great damage.
by a length and at Crabtree the Eng- | which he was convicted.
Mrs. Sarah McCoy.wife of Wm Mc
It Is the intention to push tbe grad place, to O. B. Bennett and W. L.
The spider is increasing fast and the
Santa Cruz, Cal., Sept. 6.—Gillette lishnien had incieased their lad to testified that Mays bad been his attor
Fields, of Colorado Springs, who will Coy, saw yer of the Enterprise
weather is favorable tor the peat. was nominated tor governor ou the two and a quarter lengths. Harvard ney for years and hia silent attorney
at once assume ownership. The farm at Curtin Spur, died last SstnrdV •*
The Washington crop is fully a third first ballot by the Republicans.
crept up to within a length and a in this case.
consists of 1100 acres, a portion of it 12:30 after an illness of aboot» >•*
ess than last year. So far the pest
quarter at Hammersmith bridge, the
timuered and the remainder in pas under peculiarly distressing circa»
Washington, Sept. 6.—News is re
has not ap|a<ared in Oregon.
crews maintaining this position until
ture and grain land. The consldera- stances. At the time Mis-
Weiser, Idaho, Sept. 8. —Fiftv wit
reived from If anila that sixteen so
growers will not pick at all.
Medford, Or, Sept. 8.—Robinson toin is 418,000.
the Lead mills, when Cambridge in nesses were brought to this city by
was so, si^k her little daughter -V
called Christian Filipinos have l>een
Mr. Crow has lived on this farm for
Klamath Falla, Or., 6 Sept. .—The slam by the relatives of women and creased her lead and finished two the government this morning to tee-
cidentally killed by the north bound the past 25 years and has made a at the point of death, but »ilk*
Booth-Kelly Company has a large children they stole and sold iuto lengths ahead. Time, 19:18.
i tify before the grand jury in the laud
mother's death has passed tbe
Coxwain Blagdon made the break fraud cases, involving twenty thous passenger train on the Souhern Pa splendid success at stock raising. He point.
crew of men at work ctuiaing their
Mrs. McCoy's body
that perImps coat Harvard the race. and acres now in possession of the cific yesterday near the Eleventh will continue to reside here and may brought to Cottage Grove on ■
timber holding« in Klamath county.
engage in some other business.
Ottawa, O., Sept. 6.—The insane Blagdon took the shell too far out at Cook Timber Co., of Pennsylvania.
The lands are being segregated and
and the burial services were
hard of nearing.
He was struck by
The new owners of the farm are i eaid Monday afternoon by Rev. <•'
wi'l soon la» told to the Weyerlmuser wife of Henry Knippen thia morning the critical stage of the race.
to be thorough stockmen and good
The finish was tbe most exciting in
L. R. McCor decapitated with a butcher knife hei
from the Chrisian church. Mr*
thrown across the yard, almost every farmer».
mick, of Tacoma, Wash., who la the two children, one three years old and the history of raciug in Englaud, and
Coy was a daughter of
the race one of the finest ever seen on
general manager for the Weyerhauser the other eighteen months.
who lives four miles west o
Tiinler Company ou the Pacific coast,
Grove. She was youag, bsrely -
Lincoln, Neb., Sept.6—W. J. Bryan |
Is in Klamath Falla and confirma the
Cambridge'« victory was clean and
twenties, and had been married x
returned last evening to his Lincoln
report that negotiations are under
most four years, being boried *
way for thia large tract of land,which home and the ‘•home folks” welcomed
what would have been on ber '
Corvallis, Or., Sept. 7.—Fred D.
comprises about 100,000 acres of val- , him with every evidence of approval
pioneer of Coburg, died at his home
born in Ontario, New York, October wedding anniversaij. -Now*
naide pine timber.
Because her stomach was so weak in that city today, aged 80 years, 3 Herbold has sent word to the athletic 18, 1838, and died at Coburg Sunday,
welcome, planned as such.and Carried ened
by useless drugging that she months and 2 days. The canse of association of O. A. C. that be will
Boise, Sept. 6. - Governor Chamber- | out in its entirety with that under
September 2, 1906. During her child
Mayor F. M. Wilkins to<W
could not eat. Mr». Mary H. XSal’er», death was acute inflammation of
the not coach the football team here this hood she removed to Michigan with
lain, of Oregon, was today electeil standing.
of St. Clair St., Columbus O., was
pointed the following d<
president of the National Irrigation
Lincoln has moie Republicans than | literally starving to death. She bowels. The funeral will tie held to- He pleads business as an excuse. He her parents, where, in 1856, she was Eugene to attend the meeting
Congress. Sacramento will be the Democrats and Bryan has in the past write«: “My stomach was so weak morrow with interment in the Co-
ie now at Butte, Montana. Corres married to Warren Jones, and they Willamette
ftom useless drugs that I could not
next meetiug place.
good humoredly expressed th* belief | eat. and my nerves so wrecked that I burg 1. O. O. F. cemetery.
pondence with other parties is now came to Oregon twenty-one years ago League at Salem September
and have made Coburg their home, 13: G. W. Onffin. L- U
Panama, Sept. li.—Chief Engineer that it would be a task to reform city could not sleep; anil not before I
opened by the athletic managers.
was given up to die was I induceii to
most of the time since. She was J. H. McClung, E. *•
Stevens has dlr mi seed P. I. Downey, politics, but last night then« was no try
FJectric Bitters; with the wonder
the mother of foor children, the first J. M. Shelley. E.
superintendent of painting.
F. B. line of party division. The welcome ful tesult that improvement l-egan at
three dying in «heir infancy. She Mnrpbey, Geo. G. Gro««.
Thomas, building superintendent, ' exteuded Bryan and his wife was sin once, an a complete cure followed.”
For Infant« and Children.
Beat health tonlo on earth.
leaves one daughter. Mr«. Alice j an, Frank Hampton.
and C. A. Luck, masonry supertn- . cere and open-handed.
I «dl.a • Axk X
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It was the largest crowd Lincoln » Guasnnteed by W. L. Delaitio drug
1 Isen, and her aged husband, besides ■
tendent, have hastily resigned. More
many friends to mourn her lose. ■
shakeups are promised about the ever held.
Funeral serice« were conducted at
first of October.
Lincoln, Neb,,-Sept. 6.—It ie an
Cottage Grove publie schools will
It la believed that the management nounced this morning that Mr. opera be ptember 17.
Monf’»y •» 3 P- m. by Rev. 1 ■tgnatuv
*• T. Matlock.
Lincoln, Sept. 8 —W. J. Bryan is
resting at his farm hete today, and
refuses to reply to Conimitteeman
Sullivan, of Illinois. He says:
”1 may discuss him later on, but
not in an interview.”
“You can expect that kind of an
answer from that kind of people,”
commented Bryan on Sullivan’s at
If all the accounts be true,
U. 0. LIBRARY
NEWS Nl BRIEF
GRAVEL WILL LAST
ONLY FEW MORE WEEKS
RUSHING WORK ON
COOS BAY LINE
TWO LENGHTS MAYS CASE
JUDGE HARRIS VISITS
E. J. CROW SELLS
HIS STOCK FARM
Train Killed Old Man
DEATH OF WILLIAM
Mrs. Clarinda Jones
Herbold Will Not Coach 0. A. C.
Starving to Death
The Kind Yoi Havi Always Bought