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THZ ïUfllMÏ WEEKLY GUAID, THURSDAY, BIP. 19. ÎUO
Only Th« Best Merchandise Money Can Buy—Consequently The Best Merchandise For Your Money
FARMERS BUILD OWN
I RAILROADS GUILTY
S. H. Friendly, The Leading Store
i Indirect Charges of Law Viola Hundred Mile Trolley Line Is
Under Way In the State
tion Against Western
Fall Opening Sale
A Complete showing of New Fall Garments in the Ladies* Suit Department
Immense showing of the New Long Coats, all broad cloth and mixtures, prices
In _ Suits
we are showing the very best styles and values
from $5.00 to $35.00_____
that money can buy. Large assortment of the new style furs« beautiful shawls
both single and muffs to match, all prices. Special prices on all wool sweaters
this week, full assortment, all sizes.
Chlcugo. Sep t 28. Indirect char
ges that the railroads iu the W«*at
were violating the lllkius auti-rebate
I law aud favoring certain shippers.
! , barging the alleged rebates to dam
age accounts" were made before tile
I lr.ii rnntlomil commerce « oiuinL-Ion
at today’s session of the healing Into
the advisability of allowing Western
roads to make a general rats«' In
i n ight rates
Clifford Thorne, representing live
stock and other shippers, made the
I implication while questioning C. J.
j McPherson, assistant general iminag-
li i' of the Miaaouri l'acitlc railroad
The colloquy begun with Mr.
"To what account were rebates
i charged prior to 1904?"
with •trwagth «nd ••••
they »Iwasrc placa«**
LEV! STEALS» (XX CO?
nt Ire line
e « 'll be
Rebate knowlo«|ge Ml
"I know nothing of rebates.” re noi
ret I red
I plied the witness “I do uot know ge«
! that rebates were ever given.”
What I want to find out." persist- far
Is on display uow, and
| ed Mr. Thorne, “is thia: Is It posst- Ills
are many nobby
$1.00 Vais. 85c
$2.00 Vais. $1.65 Clean-up of Ladies’ Underwear. A full table of odd numbers
they were then and «tharged to dam- i
suits that are just the right
$1.50 Vais. $1.25 $2.50 Vais. $2.i0 to close out at. each............................
age accounts or similar accounts? 1
I want to find out what the procedure
thing in style, quality and
These arc big values—Vests and Pants only.
! was then, and see If It is still follow-
Bed Pillows, $1.00 values, at...............................
fit. Come and make your
Children’s Black Tights. Cotton and Wool, at
answer. *1 don't kno* from men whose
Big assortment of Blankets and Comforts at Special Prices 25' < off on a lot of Childrens Coats—-25' <.
I very buslnes Is to kndw'*
selection now—while the
Attorney Jeffreys, representing the
line is complete.
Ask to see our Reception Crepes and Saco Silks, the newest Good values and good materials: all sizes.
I railroad. Interposed with the inquiry:
"May I learn to what end you are
Fabrics for afternoon and evening dresses. Big assortment Red and White Tams—just the thing for school wear, at, aiming?"
Our prices are always
"Certainly.” retorted Mr. Thorne.
%of evening shades at, the yard..............................
I “In your railroad's damage accounts,
very reaaonable general
the same as In others, there has been
startling increases since 1904, with
ly lower than elaewhere for
I no satisfactory explanation. Th«' El
kins bill was passed In 1901. 1 have
the sumo quality and stylo.
more than hearsay evidence that
| there Is a conn«wtion between these • ' bcm
Our line of Ocnta' Fur-
I damage accounts and rebates,
mile from th»« fiirmer» h»« Injured n
want to find out If rebates »til
nlahicga ia also reduced to
and «retire fund« for thr convlruo
limit. Come and see
I (Ion of thr road. This'**<« be««n donr
L. C. 70, tp. 17-3 W. »350.
having come up in an automobile.
INSANE MAN CREATES
| and th«* ««ntvrprlMt* 1« tuklux »hup*.
Storey-Bracher Lbr. Co. to Joseph
J. T. Martin went to Salem this af-
our stock—we are glad
Tv lhrwl<>|> New Svctioh*
o ternon to stay at the home of his C. Westenberger; WH of SEH of Special Correspondence.
to show goods, whether
Bondb are to draw tight per <*tit
sec. 16-18-6 W., 480 acres. »10.
son. W. W. Martin, for some time.
Donna. Sept. 27.—Mrs. Washburn,
E. E. Hoyt, of Clinton, Ill., was an
who has been very sick for the past
COTTAGE GROVE new and taking fratum of flonoc* you buy or not.
in block 3 of Scott's add. to Eu two weeks, is no better.
(From Wednesday,» Daly Guard) arrival here last night to look over lot
lug h that no *t rk 1« given a«ay
the country with a view to locat
Mrs. Lane is quite sick. Dr. Barr
John C. Horton to H. A. Poston; i of Springfield pronounced it au at-| ! Gets Off Train and Breaks Into I Ì with
w tin tuqy
»•• t i . iuv
he '> :».»»*«»•»
¡ -i* p>
<>rs of common stock The stock thus
William J. Stewart, of Bullalo, 'NH of NW% and N’H of NEH of tack of typhoid. Every one should j
P, I. Rust returned today from Cot
sec. 34-15-7 W. »1500.
.,way Is < -op V t It.’.- Int,> < ..u-
Mo., is a recent arival in the city.
be very careful especially this time
John H. Rankin to John C. Hor of year, tbe kind of water thej drink.
ening the Woman Owner
lain books and can b«> used to pay
G. Pitcher, the Cottage Grove mar
Samuel L. Pike, of Crow, was I d shal, was in Eugene today between ton; lots 2, 3, 4. 5 and 6 and NWH
' freight and pMnenger fares, thu» ■«•
East Niuth Street
The dry weather of the past has been
the city over night.
of SEH and NEH of SWH of sec.' juat the kind to fill wells and
Considerable excitement was caus- curing basin'« for the > roa<| before
R. W. Martin, of Wendling, was inj i Mrs. Robertson and Miss Fay Beo- 36-15-7 W. »3500.
253.000 per- «mnawar ■ bubmw
with typhoid and other dan «■d on the quiet str<?et8 of Cottag«'!1' lK
W. W. Calkins et ux to C. A. Me-’ streams
Eugene over n.aht.
trav -rsc 1 by l*OKTIA\l> l.l\ls-r«Mh Millhll
! nett, of . Halsey, are the guests
of , Mr.
O. I. Circle, of Marcóla, was In the auu
Eugene, Clain; SH of lot 9 and lots 10 and> “Buffalo Bill*’ has come and gone. man giving his name as John Bolin,I}“’* .,ro_. . Moreover,
a . r.
the terrlt ry
city on busines today.
I ! Miss Myrtle Pease, representative! 11 in block 11 of Fairmount. »725. Many
WaMi " temnorarHv! tr,*uUr> u’ ,hl* ,ln" Is a dairying
(C^ntlnued on Page 7l
G. M. Mason, of Wendling, spent of the
_ 1 John Mickel et ux to George Scbul- “Wild West" show. “Buffalo Bill’ crazed, rushed through the street.
’ and _____
the night in Eugene.
at Portland, is in the city for a few merich et al; tract in tp. 19-4 W. and his show are worth going miles shouting, UU<I finally wrs
- ’S as '
18c; Young Americas. lkS'«t 19c
Fred A. Burbank, wf Maine, i» re days._____________________________ ! »5000.
t«x> remote to
to see. He is a man who stands al the door of the photographic tent of
Grain Fl"ur ««"I II
gistered at the Osburn.
Mrs. F. P. Norton, of Marshfield, ’ John L- Furnish et ux to Frank E. most alone In the pioneer history of Mrs. Boggs, who was asleep Inside, i make a »ucce«» It will also take In
WHEAT -Track dellv
Mrs. E. E. EXirhardt went to Port and Miss Ellen Crabtree, of Rose- ^onroe’ tracts 9 and 10 in Monroe’s
the West. With his name left out it giving her a severe fright. Tbe man
Kiei83<; blueateni. M9<"
land today on business.
burg, are visiting Mrs. C. H. Fisher acres’
l84(>»6c, Willamette i •Ury, »7c;
to correctly had been on the train from San Fran Il»h«*d a health resort.
Jos. Morris. Jr., of Mapleton, is in in this city.
Isaac Higgins to M. D. Cooley; would be impossible
It has be«-n little more
| rad Russian, SOfjsic; tnrkr red.
write the early history of the far cisco and had yesterday be«*n giving
the city for a few days.
Henrietta Sawter has arrived uart of lots 1 and 2 in block 22
the trainmen trouble. At Roseburg months «Ince fhi* schem«* i
Mis Ix>u Gilstrap went to Portland in Miss
from Dillon, Mont., to vis
HARLEY Pnelucer’s price 1 » I «»
J. C. Nlo’.'.elson and wife left Satur they telegraphed ahead to Cottage launched, and the road will !
O. E. Stephens, of Myrtle Creek, it Eugene
T. J. Dorsey to F. A. Dorsey;
relatives in the country west of
Feed. »23 00 41 21 50. rolled. •11>;
day by wagon route for Madras, east Grove, stating that they had a crazy loperation by the middle <f I
1» In the city on business,
brewing »34 50.
this afternon on a visit.
S. S. Moses et u xto Albert Zini- ern Oregon, to spend a few months man aboard, and asking the officers1
CORN —Whole, »36. rrsrk' J, 127
J. T. Lasselle, of Albany, was in the glevile, Cal., arrived in Eugene this cker; 7.69 acres in sec. 13-19-3 W. with relatives and to see that part' to meet him. This was train No. 16,1 WILL VOTE ON STOCK
of the state Meantime Mr. and Mrs. due at 2 o’clock this morning.
city over night on busines.
George Scholey will look after their
J. B. Winstanley was in the city’ Smeede.
Producer'» price. I9lu
The man. however, decided to get i
Ira M. Newman et ux to Emma L. farm.
RUNNING AT LARGE i Vai. HAY tlmofby,
from Portland over night.
fancy, »30; ordinary.
oft the train hims«'lf at Cottage
’““Mrs?'Clarence Lockwill, of Port-! ^rrlsboe3 ,.u.lr;
Mrs. Seth Lara way is visiting at; land, is here for a few days. She! i sec.
Our road master, Daniel Spores, Grove, and before the officers could;
’ 8-18-5 W. ’ »10.
! »17.0041 17 50; eastern Oregon, »31
Hood River for a short time.
Perry Pennington to Eva Buell; i has been having some good work get their hands on him he fled down
expects to remain In the city and en
County Clerk !>*« Is »ending out fl 32; mixed, »14 4115. clover. N '
O. Christensen, of Mapleton, was’ gage
!SH of lots 1 and 5 in block 1 of done on the roads. The roads are the street, shouting and breaking in notices of an el«cti<-n to decide whe-i 1 »11*1 12; wheat. »13(114. ch«»t.
an arrival on tbe stage last nigtft.
man - ’s trouble tier or not »lock shall b« allowed »134114; alf Ifa »15; oat». »I»•«
J. Vern Dustin and Frank Noland, i Packard’s add. 4o Eugene. »600. ! hard and dry and now is the time of I to
Attorney C. A. Hardy went to two
year to fix them
up for .. winter
be the Ml result
VI. i «VVM4U
»ZW7 woa«7 to av7«»u«fc
IWV 414 of m il too much to fun at large on the public high-' 1«
Porttemd on the noon train today.
I “ °
----- 7 ’ left Sunday morning I drink,
and although he was found
i VIII.i.STt'FFH H.lllnx price. tiran
F. E. Henderson and wife, of Cres up the Mohawk for some time, have OREGON HAS 20,000,000
where . he will attend insane by the Insanity board thia j »•ays In the North anil South J uni--' »3 4. middlings, »33; »horl«. 12«;
lion. Irving. Blanton. Elmira and
well, were in Eugene over night.
morning, he will probably be kept1 Camp Creek preclucts, the voter» of, chop. »19 4125
Mrs. S. ,Y. Evans was a passenger . Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McCarty and
ACRES OF PUBLIC LAND i Mr. and Mrs. Bert Peter of Eu here
for treatment rather than be
OATS- Nominal. prMucers' prie«’
to Monroe on the noon train today. children, who have been here for a
gene were in Donna Sunday visiting sent to Salem, for his Insanity seems those districts ha vine |>etltloned lo| —Track. No 1 »bite. »17.50« 38;
have the question plsceil on the b»l
W. H. Abrams was an arival shot time, went to Portland today,
to be only temporary.
lot» at the regular election to be held gray. »26 Go« 27.
from Cottage Grove t'his afternoon, i expecting to reside there.
Oregon has 20,000,000 acres of
F. Stafford is preparing to build
During the examination this morn on November 8.
FIXH'H Old crop, patents »5 35;
G. E. Metcalf returned home on ’ Mrs. E. A. Parkinson and Mrs. An unappropriated land belonging either a large barn.
ing Bolin was questioned whether he
Already Zumwalt. Willamette and Willamette, »5 40 per barrel, local,
the noon train today from the south. na Gibson, of Los Angeles, who have to the state or the federal govern-
and Mrs. ---------
Warn of Farmington, had ever tried to Invent anything, or Springfield
precincts have voted In straight, »5 30; baker« ».'.2O«f>35;
D. C. Noyes, of Newberg, is trans
ment. These lands are not located Wash., are in Donna visiting at the
acting busines in Eugene for a few i Palmer In Eugene, left for home to- in tbe midst of the growing cities or home of Mr». Warn’» sister. Mrs. had taken out or applied for any pat favor of excluding »tiwk from the export grades, »3 70; «raham half
I day, going to Portland and taking
ents. He replied ’No, the only pat highway«, having voted upon th« sack. It 80; rye. 15 75; batea. »3 15.
directly on the railroad or streetcar Francis
”----- ' "
Mr. and Mrs.
Fruits an«l Vegetables
Clifford C. Pease, of Madison ! tfae boat there for San Francisco.
lines, but are capable of being made Warn are former residents of this ent« I ever had are two children.” question two years aga. Many olhe
FRESH FRUITS Orange. Valen
Wii., was an arrival in Eugene last
productive as soon as placed within place.
I m*ls up in the future, but there are cia», »4 41 4 50 box; bananas. 5 He a
School commenced Monday morn
O. & C. R. R. et al to David Ris- reasonable reach.
■ -William Landess arrived down
several precinct» in »hlch it would! Ih. ; lemons, »6 50«r7 25;
with Miss Etta Bowerman of
from Cottage Grove on the non train sue; SW>4 of NWI4 of sec 17-21-2 nished by Bulletin No 1 of a series to ing
be an Injustice bo keep the stock up,! fruit, »3 75; pineapple««. 6 41 7c lb;
for Instance, the mountain districts cantaloupes, Oregon,
75c4t |1 00;
Margaret and Lena Callison to be issued by the Portland Chamber
Rev. Geo. Rameev of the Eugene
N. E. Hicks, of Tonopah. Nev., is
where there Is no harm If they are. peaches. 65(| 75c; plums. 50c; »«■
of Commerce in answer to inquiries Bible University preached at the
In the city looking around for a lo I
turned loose In the roads. The law ttrmelona. » I tt 1.25; grsi>e.. 75c4l’
from homesrekers. This bulletin is Donna school bouse Sunday evening,
way in Lane county.
provides that M*p»rate r
now leaving the printers and will be to a well-filled house on the subject,
_ may'« . ’ 25; I local Coneorda. 17^1120«;
A. J. Tolmie, a former Eugene
vote upon the qiieatlon and does not «round cherries. »1 00; pen re »1.25
ready for distribution within a few “Punishment in Eternity.” By way
merchant, now on the road, is in
days. Others will follow answering
provide fur county-wide vote for just
question« that might Interest a home of introduction, Mr. Ramsey said he self through the right foot with a this reason
1 BERRIES Blackberries. |t; huc-
gauge rfhotgun He was standing
G. W. Salt and wife, of Reno,}
- l - iiiu i>K|
kleberrlfr, 6 4l 9c
that it was hard to think that the with the muzzle of the barrel resting TAI |( ON COUNTY FAIR
Nev., were arivals in Eugene this. of NWi4 of sec 25-16-9 w. 40 acres
his foot when in some way the,
UUUPI 1 1
Notice of Meeting of Board ef Equal few days of human life spent here
sweet, 2Hft2.’VjC pound.
surrounded by mist and clouds of safety became moved and one barrel!
Mrs. M. E. Leonard, of Grants! Grant Hendricks et ux to Henry
darkness, blows over life’s sea by of the gun was discharged, passing!
Pass, arrived In Eugene on the noon Hart; 25 acres in sec. 32-17-1 W.
OTHER TOPICS,poS.0™ “
M*r"< 7®Me ”*r
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Notice is hereby given that on the ’ storm and tempest, fixed for all through the foot between the bones
VIOOBTABLM j New turnip». »>•-
C. P. Mead et ux to C. E. Neet; I third Monday of October, being the eternity the condition of the human of the great and »«»cond toe. it Is
Earl W. Brewer and wife, of Tu-
i. — «
41 t »150;
lare. Cal., were arrivals in the city lot 3 in block 2 of Valley View add. 17th day thereof, 1910, the board of race; but the Book says it is, and it thought that the doctor will be able
I-eaburg, Or., Sept. 27.
11.2541 1.50 .ack; cabbage. »2 25W
to Springfield. »150.
equalization for Lane county, Ore
Editor Dally Guard—Will you al 2 50 per hundred; tomatom,
A. W. Hurd to Al T. Johnson; gon, will attend at the court house in the subject for more than an hour, young man 1» resting easy.
Miss Leta Buchanan, of Marcóla.
was an arival on the forenoon local tract on Mill and First streets In said county and publicly examine the, during which he painted word pic
The Odd Fellow» have moved Into
___ _ low me a little spar«» in your paper, per box. bean», 4c per pound;
f’om fiat place.
10fil2H«; green onlonn, !•»
rolls and correct all error tures almost equal to those of Dante, their new building and lodge room as I was In Eugene at the fair, and radish.
4i 15c dozen
A. V. Whitney to Lorenzo D. Har- i assessment
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Vick, of Day
in valuation, description or quality of and the descriptive Roman poet, Vlr-j recently purchased from B. K. Law-I say all there was to see. I think I
ton, Wash., arrived in Eugene this! rington; lots 1 and 2 in block 3 of, lands, lots, or other property, assess- gll. Mr
by the side oil, H
• will just say what 1 think of It. In
BEANS Small u hit«, 4 He; larg«’
1" “ ..........
R on Main ttage
McQueen’s add. to Cottage
the first plac«r I never saw a fln«-r white. 4%c; pink, 7 l-2c; bnyou.
morning to reside.
by the assessor; and it shall be again Salm day. October 9. His even-|
Martin Shultz and wife, of Mil ! »10.
has sold his place display of fruit In my life There »“ 85; Lima», »5.8«; red». »7 25.
| the duty of persons Interested to ap-i ing subject will be “Heaven.”
waukee. Wis., are here visiting Mr.
J. Clem et ux to W. N. Moses et pear at the time and place appointed.
HONEY New. »3.75 per cam.
Bennett were some fine horses and cattle, but
and Mrs. M. F. Eaton.
ux; 11 acres in lot 1 in Oak Home,
place to a _ Mr.
Mi'ul«, I i»l» nn«l l,n«vl»l«»n<
,, of Goiellng, as for hogs, there was nothing s<>
BENJAMIN F. KEENEY,
HEAVY CROP OF
S. D. Mears has arrived from Phil tp. 17-4 W. »100.
DRESSED MEATH Front street
will go to Idaho very fine that I could see; In fact, for
County Assessor. ,
ips county, Kansas. He is a brother
J. R. Hill et ux to Ferd Tracer et
Wednesday. He leaves a their age. I see two every Jay here hogs, fancy, 1341 !3Hc; ordinary.
of Mrs. J. W. Barringer.
ux; lots 4 and 5 in block 115 of
OREGON HOPS blg bl,I|,‘
fronds here -Leader. I at iny place In Lenburg that are far 12 He; veal», extra, 13 4t 13 He; r-
J. N. Cook. J. C. Horn and Z. T.
W. F. Haines and John Kothler, of Junction City, and lots 2, 3, 4 an FiBk,
ahead of anything they had at the I dlnary, !24il2Hc; poor, 9 4t loc;
recently appointed by the pro-'
Blue River, arrived in the city last 5 in block 6 of Washburne & Mil bate wun,
fair. They are just eight months old extra large, M4i'.»«-; spring lanil>’>
court to appraise the property!
night to spend a few days here.
Horn’s add. to Junction City »750 | nt
C. lay lor,
¡11 He; yearling lamb», loc; mutton.
Salem. Or.. Sept. 28.—With but an
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Stearns, of' _ L. M. Travis and E. D. Matlock to riled their inventory, reporting the
But enough on that score. I know I 8 cents
Portland, were in tbe city over night, Charles
ux; 5 acres In D. property worth »392. 25.
PROPERTY DESTROYED as you know, that last Saturday was | FRESH BEEF Wholesale »tang't-
1910 hop crop in the Willamette val
the primary election and It was fun . terer's prices: B««t »teem, 9 '<t UH1 »
ley Is now picked and lying in the
Beuna Vista. Cal., Sept. 28.—One
| different warehouses for the inspec- man is reported dead and considera h«-re In thia precinct, for they could ordinary, 8 He; best cow», 8c; ordl*
I ’Ion of the merchants. According to
not find enough democrats and r«-l i nary, 8%c.
ble property d»!»troyed by dynamite publicans
to open the polls until the
LARD—Kettle leaf, 5
TELL OF THEIR WEALTH cal h/4) men who have made conser and fire as the result of a riot that middle
afternoon Of conr«« |K>und; steam rendered,
< h th«
Phone M. 25
broke out among the miners at Mon they
ha<l plenty of tlm« after that, | per pound; coni|>ound.
Eugene and Hood River have jus vative estimates as to the year’s out arch, a mining camp 35 miles from aa there were only ten vote» c.a»t per pound.
issued two beautiful works, ,les< r^p put, there are 100,000 bales of first- here, early today.
and Home of them had to be sworn HAMS BACON, ETC. llama, 19 H
tive of the respective communities grade hops on hand. and. while the
in, as they had not registered with 0 21c; breakfast bacon. , 19<it 29«4c;
The Eugene magazine Is * new num 4000 bales damaged by rain during
J. W. Barringer, the house mover
| boiled ham, 26 4t28c; |
her of “Anybody's,” the happy name the last days of picking are not of and his force of men went to Na the judg«*a. Your humble servant cottage roil, 17c;
chosen for the pemcica) issued by
tron today to move a farm house for but being a socialist, was disfran smoked, 17 He; regular si short clear,
In the eating
backs, smoked. 17-
tihe Eugene Commercial club. It is market. If these estimates prove ac Jas. Taliafero.
thw they will
Tallafero. From there
j H<t; pickled tongue», 49c
one of the most attractive publica curate, this season’s crop Is far go to Doc McPherson’s place, three chis'd
And the proof of the gaodiiss o:
And now I want to »ay a word in
tions of its kind ever issued in Ore ahead of those harvested In Oregon miles east of Springfield, where they
1009 will move two small farm houses and
gon. The Hood River pamphlet is a
is in the kitchen
many two barns. Mr. McPherson Is divid get to work and fill the small holm
work of printer's art, with beautiful amounted to 82,000 bales, ■■■unj
Every housewife who trades here soon learns that
___. — •*« a • •«
illustrations in color. The books are ¡nr.
ing his farm and Is placing a house now and turn th« water off before!
Lo» Angel«», Sept. 28.—Th«'
they get so bad, one dollar woiil.l
being distributed where it is expect
on each of the two divisions.
she can depend on everything we serd to her
do more good now than ten will next
ed they will do the most good for the
- “-*.‘_:._l commission
The work of registering voters
___ of ,.ie
Progress Is being made by the ce spring, after the winter rains have generally
will begin again tomorow and the
ment works started by Chinese capi stood in those holes. My id«« 1» they United State», cs*
and of ...»
Don’t forget—this is first a safe grocery
Household goods arrived thli morn-
ought to get busy right away and Commerce CommtMlon
in November on October 27. C. W. tal at Canton In 1909. They cost Bave hundreds of dollani next spring. road» from "charging
h . o - -n
of Springfield, still has out of tbe education fund, to be re
_ — J registration becks.
paid out of the profits.
Il M GOTT.
tbe American Mining CongresJ
25c« 30c« 35c
French Nainsook and Lawns» full 36 inches wide, 25c and 35c values at 15c the yard
mber the Price is Forgotten Long Before the Quality of Good Merchandise
W. M. GREEN
The Proof of the Pudding is