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enjoys the dis
SECURES 561 Sarsaparilla
tinction of being the great
curative and preventive
BALES OF HOPS est
medicine the world has ever
James Hayes, local representative
of E. Clemen* Horst Co., one of the
largest hop buying firm» on the
oiaet. has during the last few days
made purchases from the following
Mr. Sidwell, 81 bales.
M. J. Harper, 38 bales.
John Keltay, 31 bale*.
Barney May, 50 bales.
If'. G. Lee, 53 bulee.
John Templeton, 57 bales.
J. P. J sown, 2u bales.
Hogg Bros., 75 bales.
M. Brers, 56 bales.
Rasmussen A Peterson, 50 bales.
Total <151 bales.
1'he price given is not made public
ecxept that on the Sidwell lot which
was 13,'4 cents a pound. It is un
derstood that the others are some-
where about the same—some more
and acme lees.
known. It is an all-round
medicine, producing its un
equalled effects by purify
ing, vitalizing and enriching
the blood on which the
health and strength of every
organ, bone and tissue de
pend. Accept no substi
tute for Hood’s, but in
sist on having Hood’s
AND ONLY HOOD’S.
step* in the movement to import log
ger* and sawmill employe* to break
the water front strike in thi* city
have been taken and a meeting of in
terested persons will be held soon to
determine final action.
it that James Farley, known as
“Strike Breaker” Farley, will be
employed to down the strike, and
And* confirmation in the statement
of W. J. Burns, of Balfour, Guthrie
A Company, who admits that some
man of Farley's type will probably
be employed. The striKers maintain
they will not return to work until
all non union men are dischaiged
COTTAGE GROVE DRIER
THAN EVER BEFORE
! Hie temperance people of Cottage
j Grove Hre ill complete coutrol of the
situation thia week. The flight of
Miuard Beared the other soft drink
stands who were understood to have
bootleg* in the rear, so tb::t the keep
er* bolted the back door*, locked the
frout and threw the key* in the well.
The town 1* now drier than it ha*
ever been before in it* history.
Fred Ware’» "temperance joint,’’
deserted Monday night last, was en
tered from the rear Wednesday by
parties only guepicioned. The cash
register was demolished and the slot
machine* robbed, provided always
that it contained Dickies. several
drunken men on the street late last
evening point to the perpetrators.
'This week Hon. I H. Bingham pur
chased the A. I.. Woodard and A. S.
Powell timber land on Coast Fork,
consi*ting ot som>* 400 acres, actins|as
purchasing agent for (be well known
lunibei and mill firm. Storey, Brocher
Lumber Co., of Portland.
Again the family ¡of J. B. Piotz.
man walks through the valley ot the
Shallow of Death. The baby, about
four month* old, died yesterday
Born—At their home oti Row River,
October 21, td Geo. Cuirin
wile, a daughter, weight nine and u
Burn —At Cottage Grove, October 1,
to J. H. Brown and wife, a son.—
IDAHO 0. IN
Special to Daily Guard.
Moscow, Idaho, Oct. 26 —In the
first half in the Oregon Idaho football
game here thia afternoon, Oregon
scored four on a place kick and Ida
Second half—Oregon, 8; Idaho, 0.
Final—Oregon, 12 ; Idaho, 0.
OF WIFE POSIONING
Albany, Or., Oct. 24. —E'nier E.
Wagstalf, accused of attempting to
poison bis wife, was acquitted yester
day. The case has attracted wide
spread attention from all classes, and
the courtroom tiuj been crowded to
over flowing with the curious and in
lu selecting the jury no one was ac
cepted who was a member of a church
or a member of tin Knights of Pyth
Professor Fulton, of Corvallis, was
the expert who made the analysis ol
a poisonous substance Hlleged to have
been placed in the tea.
evidence of arsenic in the tea but
testified that arsenic was sweet, uot
bitter, to taste. The complaining
witness, Mrs. Wagstaff, testified that
on tasting the tea she detected a bit
ter taste about it and throw it out.
GUILTY OF MURDER
Portland, JOct. 25.—The strike of
the grain handier* was settled late
this afternoon. Exporter* argee to
discharge all non-union help. The
strikers gained all contention* and go
to work tomorrow.
NO PAPERS SERVED AND
NOTE PAID IN FULL
The Register printed an item stat
ing that Minerva Billings had begun
suit agHinet R. W. Johnson and wife,
of Springfield, to recover money on a
Mr*. Johnson requests the
Guard to state that no paper* have
been served on them and furthermore,
the note in question has been paid
and they have a receipt in full.
I Special Correspondence.
Prineville,Or. Oct. 24 --Unless the
Irving, Oct. 26.—Mrs. Frank Good
supreme court or the governor inter- [ man, who ha* lieen visiting iier sister,
venes, Fred Shepherd, slayer of his Mrs Bates, in Irving, went to In
former employer, Benjamin F. Zell, dependence for a visit of a few weak*.
and assailant of his victim’s wife, will
There have teen several change* in
pav the penalty for his crimes uyon
the gallows. After hearing the evi- 1 living lately. J. E. Martin ha*
deuce in the case and considering the moved into the residence formerly
plea of Insanity advanced by the de owned by Ed Wells, while Jhe one
fense, the jury in the citouit court lie left will tie occupied by Si Marvin,
here tills morning returned a verdict who will take charge of the black
of “guilty of murder in the first de I smith shop, formerly belonging to
McBee A Son. J. W. Zumwalt, hav
gree" against young Shepherd.
mg returned to his place in town.
Win Whitney has moved into the
• Goede house, so there has been much
changing about. There is not a vac
ant house, and if theie were any they
would be occupied.
Miller Bros are expecting to ship
In the divorce ease of Nettle J.
pruirnn East soon and have
leathers vs. I). B. leathers, -the de
fendant Ibis afternoon, through his mdered cars for shipment.
IN DIVORCE SUIT
attorney, I., R. Edmunaon, tiled an
answer to his wife's complaint, deny
Ing the alli-sations of cruel and in
human treatment theiein and alleg
ing that the plaintiff has lieen cruel
and i ihuinan in that she eontinuallv
found fault wit*' him. told him she
did not care for him and on or about
Feb. 1, 1W06, left him and has since
leftist- I to live with him.
alleges that his wife is not tit tot the
care of their minor children and asks
for their custody.
Tooze A Page, yesterday purchased
100 bales of hops fiom Palmer Ayers,
at a figure which 1 h a cent higher than
has been paid in this vicinity this
season. The price is withheld from
publication by request. This lot of
hops was exceptionally good, hence it
brought the higher price.
Mi. Hammitt has also secured the
Harper lot, paying half a cent a pound
less thau he paid for the Ayers lot.. J
New York, Oct. 26. — Max F. Ihm-
sen, 1'iauager of the campaign for W.
R. Hearst, Democratic nominee for
governor, made a statement today
charging the Republicans with at
tempting to raise an enormous fund
to secuia 'he election of Hughes. He
also declared that Postmaster General
Cortelyou hud come to New York to
how I'hairmnu Woodruff, of the state
Republican committee, bow to raise
such a fund.
FENCE WORKS MOVING
TO NEW LOCATION
Brown A Smith are moving their
fence works from the Davies building
at the corner of South Park and
Oak streets to the Sanford building
at East Seventh and Oak stisets, in
the room formerly occupied by the
Eugene Baking Co. The move is
made because of the alteration of the
Davies building to give more room
A Neal's stock
The replevin case of 1. P. Hower
vs. 1). T. ami Mary Gilman was to
day decided in fav»r of the defend
ants by Judge Brvson of the justice
Twa more "glory tickets” were
granted today by “Cupid” Lee.
Those made happy were William S.
Hart is and M. Lauretta Frederickson.
Samuel Vinson and Henrietta San
Hon. C. A. Wintermeir, of this
city, who has l>eeu ill at Burns for
some time past. Is now in the Good
Samaritan Hospital at Portlaud,
where he has been operated uron for
Ralph Marx is now owner of the
dye and cleaning work» on North
Willamette street, having succeeded
E. E. McClanahau.
Chris Marx,Jr., will continue as mau
The first train on the uew schedule
of the valley lines of the Southern
Pacific came into Portland this rno.n-
ing from Springfield and way points,
says Thursday's Journal.
all connections on time and was well
patronized. The train was personally
conducted by John P. Jones, travel
ing passenger agent.
The people of the valley are ap
parently well pleased with the uew
merchant* at the terminal town* are
uot jealou* nor disgruntled at the
idea that Poitland may secure some
of the retail trade »bat ha* heretofore
remained at those points.
lieve the better train service will de
velop the valley, increase population
and business foi all and be a very
good thing for the valley as well as
Pottland. The rancher and town
man from this date will be able to
come to Portland and transact busi
ness and return home the same day
The countiy business
mna can do the same and in addiion
secure mote prompt service in ex
press and mails. Similar satisfac
tion is expressed by the people along
the Foiest Grove line over
change of schedule. The people of
Woodburn, Albany, Silverton and
other (joints benefit by having more
trains ami better time of arrival and
BY FALLING TREE
A. Wilkins, a boy aged about 16
years, was killed in the Booth-Kelly
logging camp ■ above Sagiuaw Fri
day. a tree falling on him, the news
of the accident reaching Eugene af
ter fouro’clock yesterday afternoon.
The boy and two men were at work
cutting down a big tree. It fell and
lodged between two other trees which
One of them broke in
two and began to fall. The two men
succeeded in getting out of the
way, but the boy in his excitement
seemed to run directly beneath it
and was crushed to death. Th« top
of his head was mashed to a pulp and
death was instantaneous.
The body was brought to Eugene.
The funeial will be held Sunday at
three o'clock in Gordon’s undeitak
ing moms and the remains interred
in the I. O. O. F. cemetery.
The boy leaves a father aud two
St. Petersburg, Oct. 27.—A daring
robbery in the centre of tbe city oc
curred at noon today, when a num
ber of highwaymen got away with
9193,000 from a wagon which was con
veying cash from the customs depart
ment to the state treasury. Two
bombs were thrown at tbe vehicle,
after which a rush was made by a
number of armed tneu, who after
exchanging shots with tbe gendarmes
escorting it, secured the booty aud
fled, but left five of their number in
the hands ot the police. Many by
standers sustained slight Injuries,
the result of the explosion.
Paris, Oct. 26. — In view of tbe sit
uation at Morocco the French govern
merit has decided to send a warship
Tangier*,Oct. 26.—Owing to the dis
turbed state of tbe country the;Zirner j
lean minister Gumrnerre aud the I
German minister, Dr. Dosen, are re
maining at Fez.
The situation at
Morocco city continues critical.
MRS. ELINE SVARVERUD
HAS PASSED AWAY
AVcge table Preparation for As
similating (he Food and Reg uta -
tuig the Stomaths and Bowels of
IvtAMWr 4 L HILD KE X
ness anti Rest.Contains neither
Opium .Morphine nor Mineral.
N ot N arcotic .
The Kind You Have
A perfect Remedy for Cons lipa-
tion. Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea,
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and Loss of S leep .
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Best Paper in tbe Valley
For Infants and Children
Mrs. Eline Starverud, wife of tt e e
late Andrias P. Svarverud, died :.t
her home in Fairmount, at 1:12
OF OVR FPROl/S
o’clock this morning alter an illness
R/CH eP MELLOW
of only a few days’ duration. She
S/X YERR OLD
was aged 76 years, nine mouths and
15 .lays The funeral will be held to
morrow at two p. m. from the resi
dence to the 1. O. O. F. cemetery. A
short serlcve will be conducted at
the bouse by Rev. C. A. Wooley.
Mrs. Svarverud was born i i Nor
way, Nov. 11, 1829. When 26 years
GIVE FULL NAME POST- !
old rhe married Andrias P. Svarve
OFFICE AND SHIPPING
rod, who died at his home in Fair
DIRECTIONS «ccomfiamed 4»"E!
EXPRESS œ POSTOPF/CC |
mount, June 27, llxr^ Mr aud Mrs
Svarverud moved to the United States
in tbe summer of 18<>7 and settled in
Filmore county, Minn., where they
resided on a tarm until 1881, when
they moved to Ransom county,
North Dakota, where they resided on
195 3BE STPORTLAND ORE1
a farm, which they still own, until,
the fail of 1892 when they came to
Eugene and built their present home
Mr*. Svarverud wa* a faithful mem
. her of the Lutheian church. She
PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS
leave* the following children: M.
Before you se o
Paris, Oct. 26.—The cabinet has Svarverud, Emelia Hanson, H. Svnr DR. GEO. WALL, surgery and gen- your potato» write me. Phone
eral practice. Office and residence,
reached a decision regal ding the ap verud and A. Svarverud.
Roney L'lllditig. over ttiephouu ex Black 1051.
plication of the law requiring the sep
aration of the church and state, by
blacK 1661. Eugene, Oregon.
W. C JACKSON
which tlie property ami revenues of
the churches in the event of tbe eler-
geon in addition tu general piue- Box E,
Died, at her home near Walton,
gy¡persisting in their rebellious atti
tice special attention given to dis-
tude, are to be sequestered December October 2i>, 1906, at 7 o'clock a. in.,
ease* of women and children. Of
fice over Rrestou A Hales. 'Phone
11, but tbe churches themselves are Mrs. Adah Surcamp, aged 42 years 6
to remain open for public worship un i months aud 10 days.
Adah Francis Akin was born in W. O. PROSSER, physician ami sur
der the law of the assembly of 1881
geon. In addition to general prac
during tbe ensuing year before the . Nebraska. March 10, 1864, ami was
tice of medicine and surgery spec
marrieii to Fredrick Surcamp Jan.
law goes finally into etf««ct
ial att ntion to all diseases of tin
22, 188.>. To them were born nine
ear,nose.throat and eye. Residence
children, eight of whom and a hus
cornet IIth aud Pearl sheet*. O
band are left to moutn the loss of wife
Hee. Beckwith b”ildiug. Telephone
-Office, Black 121*1: residence. Red
and mother. She united with the
Christian church under the ministra
1 9 oo D rops ]
Facsimile Signature of
Madrid, Oet. 26.—In view of ttye
alarming reports from Morocco the
Spanish government will bold several
cruisers ready for dispatch to »be
west eoast for protection ot Spanish
tion ot S. C. Champie several years
sice and lived au exemplary Christ
ian life. Se was a loyal, loving wife,
a kind, good mother, and a good
neighbor. She suffered long with con.
sumption, but met the messenger ot
death with a smile.
conducted the funeral sei vice.
A precious one from us ha* gone,
A voice we loved is stilled:
A place is vacant in our home
Which never can be filled.
God iu hi* wisdom ha* recalled
The boon Hi* love had given;
And though the t ody moulders here.
The soul is safe in heaven.
A. E. WHITAKER.
The party of Portland capitalists,
Thursday, October 18, 191*6, to Mr.
by W. Hutchings, who hare
and Mrs. Herman
just visited the Spencer Butte Coal
Springfield, a eon.
and Petroleum Co.’s coal mine south
west of this city,returned to Portland
To Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Thuiman, of
this afternoon. To a Guaní reporter
Sprhigtleld, Saturday, Octolwr 20,
they all expressed themselves as lieing
11*1*6, a daughter.
very well pleased with the outlook at
October 25, 1906, to .Mr. and Mrs.
the mine. A coal expert, Lotenz
Wm. Cox, ot Junction City, a daugh
Hornhuh, pronounced th«* n ’¡cations
very good fot striking an excellent
vein of coal. Everything is busy at
the mine, tbe shaft going dowu
through tne rock at the rate of two
At the residence of Charles Sher- feet every «lay.
I’«»«ltivelv cured by
these l.ittlc Pills. bomly in Eugene, October 25. l'.ktC,
Tta'jr also relieve lx»
Rufus Stontleld and Miss Rosa Bray,
both of lleceta. Rev. H. N. Mount
Frank Miller, a bridge carpenter,
There’s grave danger from the pUgue
gating, A pertivt r> » I officiating.
residing nt Summit, on the C. A E.,
of Cough* and Colds that are so prev
edy tor IM wincss. Nansea.
one of the Corvallis ami Eastern
alent, unless ym take rrr. King's
t'rowstnes.*. llul Taste
bridge car pen tel*, was taken seriously
p. m., Delmar Healey, of SodaviUe, New Discovery for Consumi tion.
tn th» Maith. COnted
Timms'. Pain tn the «tde
ill on Monday with stomach trouble
and Miss Nellie Lockard, of Coburg. Coughs Htbl Cold*. Mr-. Geo. Walls
i Roseburg Review.
of Forest City Me., writes
‘ It’s a
TORPID LIVER. Tba*
and gradually grew woise. Thia
Rev. J. S. McCallum officiating. They Gc*lsand to people living in climates
The Eugene Guard ba* ord**red a will reside at Coburg.
morniug he was placed on the train, regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
where cough* and colds prevail. I
find it quickly ends them.
with the Intention of placing him in SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. fine, up to date linotype machine, to
t>e installed next month, and has ar
vent* 1 iiennicnia, cure*. Ijigrippe
St. Mary's hospital, but he died just ’rADTCDS
Genuine Must Bear
At the home of the bride's parents gives wonderful relief in Asthma and
ranged for the complete Associated
as the tiain intered the Albany yard. LAMItW
F k -S, „le Signatur»
Press new» report. Messrs. Campbell in I-ake Creek precinct, Ort. 21. 1906, Hay Fever, make« weak lang* strong
His i«reuts reside at Summit, ami be •
enough to ward off Consumption
and Fisher seem determine«! to make S. A. Seits and Miss F.ffle Prindel. toughs and Colds.
due BtMj fj m’
leaves a wife. He was a mail about 35
the Guan! the beet pej'er in tbe great
Guaranteed by W. L. Delano's drug
years of age, and was highly spoken
store. Trial bottle free
DIES ON TRAIN
IHIHIIIIHIIIIII i HII1
Danger From Plague
DR. J. < ’ll RISTI E,vttei inary surgeon,
M. K. C. V. 8., Edinburg, Scot
land. Secretary aud treasurer of
the laisrd of veterinary medical ex
..miners: rtomestie animals of all
kind tnaied on scientific princi
ples Located nt Bang*' stable. Eu
gene. Re*, corner loth and Olive.
'Phone red 2611.
RATES $1.00 .TR DAY
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
WM. LIL WALL. Prop
DORRIS A SKIPWORTH. Attor
ney* at-1 w.--Office in Hovey build
ing over Chamlier*-Bristow Innk
LEON R. EDMUNSON. attorney at-
iaw. Room* 1 and 2, Eugene Loan
and Saving Bank.
WILLIAMS A BEAN, Attorneys-at
Law. J. M. William*, L. E. Beau.
Practice in all the courts of the
»tate and before the U. S Land Of
fice. Offices 12, 13. 14, 15, Mc
1. N. HARB4UGB. Special attention
given to divorce and settlement of
estates. Agent for Continental In-
surane«'Compan«. Room 5, 1st Na
tional Bank Building. Eugene. Or.
FHOMP8OM a H.\ RD'i. Attorneys-at-
law . H. W. Thompson, C. A. Hardy.
• tftic«- over Vorati'* Shoe Store Eu
gene O'egon. Practice in a.l the
80 W«t 8th St.. Eugene. 0»
Board and Room S440 per
Meals $3.50 pvt week.