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THE EUGENE WEEKLY GUARD, THURSDAY, SEP 29, 1910
ML OPTION «III COLLAGE GROVE
[ VOTED UPON FRUIT DRYER
■ll indications point to another lo-
«'ontosi In Lan» county nt
■ fl.-iH’Ilil election on November H.
■thuia are now being circulate»! by
■ liquor Intercala «»king that the
■i<-r again be submitted to the vo-
■ «nd an many are signing them,
K highly probable that enough »lg-
K-»'« will be se<'ure<| tu placo the
Kt loti on the ballots At the Isst
H . !»-t ion» majorities for local op-
K wer* greater each time than at
■ I ovtotie one. Indicating that t»ie
of th« county are «attafled
■n present dry conditions, so It
■il l appear useless for the liquor
K»■■•ta <o again altemirt to -place
K.< oounty lu th« "wet" column.
I they still have hop«» timi »«liti
Int against local option fitas been
Inin* and think there ta a »tinUI
In»»» for Its defeat this year.
K-rtff llown. Deputy DUtrlct Attor-
I Hklpworth and the Eugene police
||. «r» I.tave done effective work In
I ■»■»-ulHig th«»« wlto have attempi
li,i «vade the liquor law until latne
unty baa the reputation of being
lr>»»t" county tn the list of
>».• wfiita'h have voted for local op-
Th« question of state wide prohl-
II m will aJ*> lie voted on al the
[>»«mber electkrtl, so
Pi’>t:eaa be big Vole on the liquor
(ration In this city and more than
Unary Interest previous tO Itti
Guard Hpecital Service
Cottage Grove, Hept. 26 The Cot
tage Grove fruit dryer, owned and op
erated by a company of local fruit
grower» and managed by J. I Jones,
was destroyed by fire this afternoon,
fire breaking out about 4 o'clock and
spreading so rapidly that the volun
teer fire department could do nothing
to »tay the flames. The plant, to
gether with a large amount of fruit.
Is a total loss, with some Insurance.
i'Im rd. first,
(’apt. Dodd, Hprlngfleld, red top,
E <* Huffman, Lorane, golden mil
Mrs. Hlmmons, Junction, golden
E. C. Huffinuti, Lorane, flax, first.
E C. Huffman, Lorane, Italian rye.
Capt. Dodd, Springfield, vetch,
Mrs. A. J. Zumwalt, Irving, red
J »•»»» Hovers, Junction, spring
Ed Bond, Irving, »prlug wheat, aec-
H F. Plunk, Eugene, spring oaU,
0. IJ Hosmer, Irving, spring oat».
Mrs. Win. Maloy, Junction, gray
John Parker, irvlng, gray oata.
A. C. Nielson, Irving, red clover,
C Koon, Irving, red clover, second.
<' Koon, Irving, alfalfa, first.
Pt,ter Boiler, Springfield, barley,
Geo. Robinson. Irving, spelts, first.
E. W. Zumwalt, Irving, shelled
Lee Goetshlus, Eugene, shelled
pop »torn, first.
John Muughn, Eugene, shelled pop
Sam Gray, Eugene, ear field corn,
W. Ford, Eugene, ear field corn.
Geo. Coirord, Springfield, »wert
Albert Cole, Eugene, rweet corn.
Woman's Improvement club, Ju ne
lion, collection of grains and gra»»
Irving grange, Irving, collection of
grains and gra»» seed», first.
PUBLIC SCHOOLS ALLCLASSESAT'U” RECEIPTS
SHOW GREATER WELL ORGANIZED GROUND GATES
AND UNDER WAY
The second week of the University ♦
Francis J. Heney will be summon
The receipts at the gate« at ♦
It wa» expected today'« enrollment
would greatly »well the total num has opened in g>M>d shape, with all ♦ the county fair laat week ♦ ed to appear as a witneaa against
ber of pupils In the public school« the <iaa«e« organized and daily lee ♦ amounted to 23,284.15 which ♦ Henry Ford who 1« to be tried in th»
In all the »whools txxlay the number sons under way. Every student baa ♦ tbougkh less than at the dis ♦ federal court. November 15, charg
The ♦ trict fair a year ago, is quite ♦ ed with obstructing an officer In the
of n»»w student« enter»»d wm 136. begun his winter’s work.
Thl» make» the total enrollment In total enrollment at the University of ♦ satisfactory to the fair man ♦ discharge of his duty, says 0be Port
the <lty 1,705, which 1« conalderably of Oregon at present it somewhere in ♦ agement. The receipts were ♦ land Journal. Ford appeared before
ahead of the end of the first week the nighborhood of 1060, and the ♦ cut down on Thursday, the ♦ Judge Robert S. Beam yesterday and
1a»t year. The enrollment as It pr<MpecU are that it will Increas«- to ♦ second day ot the fair, by the ♦ asked that he either be tried or the
»lands today by sch/x>li 1« as follows: 400 more. Although It Is impossible ♦ appearance of the Buffalo ♦ <a*» be dismissed. District Attorney
(i«ary, 295; Central. 298; Lincoln, to ascertain the exact figure» from ♦ Bill show as a, counter at ♦ McCourt at once declared that if
290; Patteron, 256;’ Condon, 160; the School of Music because all the ♦ traction, although more mo ♦ Ford wanted a trial he should ibave
High. 406, This «hows that ttUB classes have not yet organized, the ♦ ney was taken in on that day ♦ it.
The circumstance revives the in
(leary, (tontrai and Lincoln, all In registration in thi« department is ♦ than on the previous day. ♦
th» west »Ide of the city, are very about 200. This will be greatly in ♦ For each day the receipts were ♦ teresting phase of the famous land
badly crowded. averaging over 36 pressed in December, when new ♦ a» follows: Wednesday, 2336,- ♦ fraud case« wherein Franklin P.
Although not ♦ 25; Thursday, 2397.25; Fri ♦ Mays, S. A. D. Puter and other well
pupil» to a grade. It is so crowded, classes are begun.
AT COUNTY FAIR
however, that a little shifting will from any official reports, it is un ♦ day. 21.865.75; Saturday, ♦ known characters were Chief defend
23.284.15. ♦ ant*.
derstood that the enrollment in the ♦ 2884.90; total,
udju»1 the condition very easily.
Following are additional awards at
Ford. It seems, was a detective,
Till«» enrollment at the High school. colleges of law and medicin«» number ♦ The receipts of the district ♦
the county fair last week:
Is more than the total number last! 160 and 100 respectively. The regis ♦ fair last year were 24,095.35. ♦ who had part In the investigation
IJtrwUH'k I H-p<rt«nrt»»
y««ar. This will slowly Increase dur tration In the three standard courses ♦ These figures are for tihe ad- ♦ to secure evidence against the land
Thoroughbred four-year-old Stat-
ing th» nezt few day» until the num-, in Eugene is expected to rise to about ♦ missions to the gates and th^ ♦ fraud ring. Heney wm at the time
llons First, John Htrome. Junction.
♦ grandstand and do not In- ♦ trying to secure evidence from Mari»
ber is close to 450. The entrance at 750.
Huckllng (toll—First, Wade Zum
♦ Ware, the attractive woman confed
'1 he most popular major subject ♦ elude the race entry fees.
the second semeeter will then bring
« erate of the ring, who later was mar
the total number way above tbe 500 this year, judging from those entered, *
Four-year-old Mart» — First, U
mark. The rooms are not badly, seems to be economics, given by Pro ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ * ried to Horace McKinley. Conse
quently. an apparent friendliness de
crowded at preeent but will be before fessor F Q. Young. There are 75
veloped between tfhe two. Stories be
the year is over. All classe« are now taking thia course, but Professor SOAUTHERN PACIFIC
gan to float around that they were
arranged and work is progressing H. C. Howe's library course is a very
too friendly. Ford was said to be
close second, with about 70 entered
Mar<< First, II M Robbins
one of those who said he had seen
under it. The engineering courses
Four-year-old Stallton—Fred Wood
Heney and Marie Ware drinking to
follow next. The largest one class Is
« gether. and at another time had dis
that of personal hygiene, given for
Two year-old Stallion Sam Elint.
the first time to the women of the
Beginning October 16. shippers of covered them at a tavern. John
Mare - "Dixie
University by Dr. Bertha Stewart. rough green fir lumber from points Hall, whom Heney had caused to be
Thia was Intended to Include all the in the Willamette valley, south of removed from the district attorney
fine Suckling Mar«» Colt H. M
girls, and this explains its size, which Portland, will have to pay 25 per ship. is said to have carried the story
r- ’ on.
to John Manning, then state’s dis
Spokane, Wash., Sept. 25.—8po-| numbers well over 200. The largest ton
to San Francisco bay points. An trict attorney, asking that a grand
Huckllng Horae (Jolt II. M R o I h
kan» landed the pennant today, with regular class is one taught by Profes nouncement
jury investigation be ‘had of Heney's
the close of the season In the North sor H. C. Howe In freshman litera
Mrs. Sltnmons, Junction, early western league, and paid its stock- ture. which numbers 62. This was made by the Southern Pacific com relations with the handsome Marie
Two-ymx-old Mare—H. M Rob-
Ware. Heney learned of this, and at
hoidera a little better than expenses. so large this year that it had to be di
Goetshlus, Eugene, late potatoes, Vancouver finished second with sev vided. or it would have run over 100. and identified as No. 47 E.
tributing the whole business to an
The new tariff means an advance
♦ Ttiree-year-old Horse J. M Nlch- Hrst.
to discredit his land fraud
eral thousand dollars profit.
elementary of 2160 per ton on material as de- effort
p‘r^uuOns. i. promptly brought all
F. L. Wilson, Eugene, late pota
Tacoma in third place 1 made a I chemistry class began yesterday with
Be»t Grade I »raft Horw»
. g() HtU(jentB whjch is the secand lar serfbed, above^from mills on the east parties concerned before the federal
better showing financially than ■ last:
\t the residence of hla »on. Geo.
H. C. Pagerson, Waltervllle, collec y«»ar and Is "none to the bad,” while gest, and Professor Howe has the side of the
*zd 21.35 grand jury. Ford’s indictment among
Four-year-old Mare George Wld-
|i: in Eugens, H«pt«mb«r 19, 1910,
tion of potato«, first.
H«attle. the toll-end team, probably third largest with 52 in a Words per ton from mills on the west side, others, followed. The indictment
ohti LIII, aged 70 year» end 3 days. met.
mills on the east «ide of the river . jjaa ix>w been pending six years,
Mr». Hlmmons, Junction, collection ma.lo more money for Dugdale than worth class.
Tw<>yoar-old Horse George WIJ-
|> »a» born In Germany on Heptem-
south of Portland having enjoyed a,
that mogt of the lan(j
of potatoes, second.
any other team for Its owners be-
. 1»; 1 »31
lH-ath »•» th.. r<-»ult met.
Henry Moor«», Eugene, largest cab <ause the salary list of Dugdale s of the University of Oregon. Profes- I 23.40 rate whereas mills on the west fraud indictments now pending will
Two-year-olJ Man» A. Gersbncb.
t t night of rt|»oaure lu the moun-
side, south of Portland have had to,
Best Yearling Mare J. 8 Conger. bage, first.
>ln> some tom» ago. ho having fall-
«or Howe yesterday related to a re-1 pay 23.65 per ton. The rate from( never be tried. The purpose for
which the prosecudons were insti
t over u cliff an<i was unable to
porter that when he first came to the portU^i”'is‘'25,VPbrtUnd mlBs ha£ tuted
has been served. Systematic
second. _ A. Gersbach; Of • ililiag»-. »ccond.
r» li camp. Th« funeral will be hold J _,
Ed. McKee, Junction, three heads Nordyke, Spokane ...................... 288 there were 17 students enrolled in¡portatlon giving them a rate of frauds are no longer possible, owing
■ » la» at 1 • a ni »It h lnt«r- thin!, J. A Richardson.
of cabbage, first.-
Breen, Vancouver ...................... 275 his class»«. F"
Best Roadster S. M Douglas
----- = . feet board measure, to the daring of
rnt In the Masonic cemetery Rev.
there are over oaa
200. » | |3 5Q . pep • •?
There are probably 20 indictments
Mr». Simmon», Junction, cauliflow Rockenfleld. Tacoma ................ 272
Best Draft Team—I Georg»» Wld-
H McCallum will conduct the aer*
i t,y water which is considerably less that will in course of time be dismis
Brinker. Vancouver .................... 267
The complete list ot the freshmen
Wm. Smith, Eugene, red onion, Frisk. Spokane ........................... 266 officers that were elected yesterday than 23.50 per ton by rail, since the sed. Ford's is said to have been
Shetland Ponies, beat team —First,
Baker. Spokane, pitcher, leads the afternoon is as follows: Vincent Ya- weight of 1000 feet of green fir of among these. But It Is also learned
A. Gilbert; second. A. M. Gilbert. first.
| »«ptember 33. 1910, at the home C.
on good authority that Ford, remem
Wm. Smith, Eugene, yellow onion. league with 27 game« won. 9 lost; den, of Klamath Falls, president; Al ten runs as high as 1 % tons.
Brown Swiss Callie
The proposed new rate is a re bering that he had never been tried,
Mr and Mr» D»»ak Zumwalt, on
Klllllay. also of Spokane, is second sea Hawley, of Eugene, vice presi
All the awards tn this class under first.
go HUI, O A PH»»-», of lairane, the following heads were taken by
Mrs. Simmon», Junction, red tom with 25 game« won. 10 tost; Breen dent; Peter Crockett, of Pendleton, turn to conditions of two years ago. and that Lis relatives were sorrow
when the valley mills organized and ing because the stain remained on
L.- I thirty years 11« was th« only li I' Inman. Of Junction
led the league in stolen bases. 62.
eecretary; Oscar Haugen,
”, ’ of Port I Tougnt
inter- his name, was advised by a friend to
L.n of Mr and Mrs. Jerry Pipes, of
Final Htondlng of the Clab»,
Mrs. Simmons, Junction, yellow
Three-ycar-olij Brown Bull,
land, treasurer; I Harold Young, of 8tate commerce commission
___ ____ with
the bring his case before the court. This
[¡/»ran«. He was brought to Eugene
Won IXMit PC. Eugene, sergeant-at-arms.
Two-year-old Acorn Bull.
Although r^t'that'the 2s74O and’23.65 rates •be did yesterday afternoon, having
k irn« time ago in the hop«»» that
65 .596 there was a close vote for the
Mrs. Simmons, Junction, display of Spokane ................ . 96
One-year-oM Acorn Bull.
presi- • were orJered into effect.
no counsel. The trial, if held, has
. hater medical attention could be
71 .556 donrv
Vancouver .............. . 89
among four candidatps.
possibilities for interesting develop
Liven him. but without result. The
Mr». Simmons. Junction, heaviest T acorna .................. . 73
Lun«rat aervlce will b« mnducioj at
99 .381 Haugen, hla nearest competitor, the
Gordon's chapel on Sunday morning i One-y«-ar-«»ld Reifer.
Taylor. Eugene, musk or cantelops, Seattle .................... . 61
at io 30 by Rev J. H. McCallum,
Mr. George Shultz was born on the
Two Suckling Calves.
previously been present was lacking, loth
----iQOfl 1829, in Xlrvvth
and Interment wll be made at tho
North I 1 ™
It Saved His leg
Four-year-old Shorthorn Bull-
Mrs. Simmons, Junction, musk or
Odd Fellows’ cemetery.
"All thought I'd lose my leg.’ freshmen in the class, the total yes
i tn Indiana, where he resided until] •
Beef Cattle Bert Wlney.
Mrs. Simmons. Junction, heaviest writes J. A. Swensen, of Watertown, terday was less than 100 vote«.
March 17. 1852. when he was mar-,
ti lling. Sept It, 1910. at 1
winter squaxh, first.
Wls. "Ten years of eczema, that 15
It was decided at this class meet ried to Miss Elixaboth Kime. To
At Eugene. Sunday, September 18,
Aged Bull Green Zumwalt.
a m , of cerebral hemorrhage, Jas.
L. Gcotechlns, Eugene, heaviest doctor« could not cure, had at last ing to accept the invitation of the this
union was born six children,
Aged Cow ■ First. Amos Wilkins; summ«r squash first.
F Klbby, aged 74 years
laid me up. Then Bucklen'« Arnica Tri-Delta sorority, offering their four girls and two boys, Ot them, Glen C. Woodman and Miss Lucille
Ragsdale, both well-known yonng
aln* were brought to Eugene and second. J T. Wilson; third, Maude
L. Goetsblns, Eugene, heaviest cow Salve cur«*d It. sound and well." In house for the freshman acquaintance,
two girls and one boy preceded him people of Roseburg, were united in
prepared for Interment, which will I Humphrty.
to the upper world. They were Ma mariage. The ceremony was per
Two-year-old Helfer First Maude
tiko place at Marco hi Sunday.
Edgar Thom, Junction, heaviest Salt Rheum, Bolls, Fever Sores
ry 9h»ultz. David Shultz and Margar formed by Rev. J. S. McCallum, of
Humphrey; second, H. M. Robbins; cow pumpkin, second.
Burna, Scalds, Cuts and Piles. 25c at
et Boyd. There remain two daugh the First Christian church of Eu
At the family homo north of the third H M. Robbins
PUBLIC SCHOOLS HAVE
Mrs. Summons, Junction, heaviest W. A. Kuykendull.
ters and one son, Mrs. Sarah A. gene, at the home of the bride's
Bull Calf II M Robbins.
city, near the Walker Young place,
pl« pumpkin, first.
Buss, of Florence; Mrs. Lizzie Har- brater, I. L. Ragsdale, at 9:30 a. m.
Sept. 23. 1910. leo Joseph, the 4-
pole, of Monroe, and John Shultz, of It was a quiet affair, only immediate
L. Goctshlns. Eugene, heaviest pie
y»*ar«>ld »on of Mr. and Mrs. Heber
Florence. Besides he leaves a de relatives of the couple being present.
Welby K Wilkins.
Barnum. The funeral wll bo held cond
voted wife an»l a number of grand
Mr. Goodman is a member of the
Saturday at 1:10 p. m
Anti Pain to cut«, sc hate he« and field schools which opened their children to mourn the lose of a lov Churchill Hardware Company, of
Suckling Helfer Calves—First. A. first.
ing husband and father. Fatlher
Wilkins; second. Welby Wilkins;
Monday are now
io a ’
in Roseburg. His handsome bride is a
P!««asnnt Hill, Junction, turnips, bruise«. It destroys all septic mat uoora
At the General hospital In Eugene, third, Warren Wilkins
ter enable« the wound to heal with working basis.
‘A88 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Bu
35, 1910, William Vick
Anc chanan, and prominent in local mus
W. L. Wheeler, Goshen, table beet, out soreness. Be sur? to get Dr which is slightly under 400, is about1?02’ J“*™ ?2t
tuner-’ will bn hrl»| on TueaJay af-
Bell's. Sold by Dillon Druk Co.
A god null - Walter Stafford.
ical circles. Both are very popular
terno ■ nt 2 30 o'clock at the (b»r-
Rain Iamb Walter Stafford.
that i County,
lived a . long
»pel. U> be conduct«^ by the
1 at least a hundred or more will en 'and useful life, having done much to ‘^sZr^by theh- manyVtonds
Iter. '.I P. Dommersnaea.
Fred Bauer. Eugene, stock carrot,
Edgar Thom, Junction City, crab ter next week when hop-picking is upbuild western Oregpn. His friends| Pl««ure by their many friends,
Aged Buck — E. . Turpenlng.
1 practically over.
At present the are numbered by the score, and they. Mr. and Mrs. Goodman will reside
Yearling Buck —E Turpenlng.
At ' « home on Maple creek. Sat
rooms are comfortably arranged and will always remember him as a'in one of A. D. Bradley's newly built
Yearling Buck George Widmer.
urday • venlng, September 17. 1910,
none is crowded. With the incom- friend In need
The deceased was, cottages at the corner of Rose and
Yearling Ewe • George Widmer. rot. Fred
of <a »r of the stomach, George
students next week it is thought 81 years, 10 months and 2 days of,'Lane streets, at the conclusion of a
Aged Ewf E Turpenlng.
ShuP ag<Ml about eighty years. Mr
that there will still be ample room age when death came. May tlhe honeymoon now being spent at Port-
Yearling Ewe -E. Turpenlng.
HhuP ’ «as one of the pioneers of
Jtihn Maughn, Thurston, Jonathan rt fur
it will about fill n the
W. H. Pasley, Eugene, parsnip,
n rx n all.
z» I ♦ xz although
«uv bleeeings of God rest upon the sor'land. They will be at home to their
Oreg •», having emigrated to Uhls
of 9 the
rowing friends. The funeral was: friends and acquaintances after Octo-
state tome fifty years ago, when *
Janies GravHle. Eugene, mangel,
Mr«. Simmons, Junction, Black 17 teachers in the city schools, in conducted from the M. E. church in ber 15.—Roseburg Review.
young man. For many years he re-J
cluding Mr. Baughman, which is the Monroe by L. H. Wood, of Florence.
aided near Junction City where be^kar.
Edgar Thom, Junction, mangel,
At Vancouver, Wash., a few days
Logsdon, Junction, Black Twig, se largest teaching staff in the city's Deceased was laid to rest in the
was ■ ngaged in
farming t Ab»mt 211 Polan.l China One year and ovei second.
history. The list of teachers by Monroe cemetery.
ago. Claude Adkins and Miss Julia
years »go he moved to this section Sow George Widmer.
Pryor, both of Eugene. Their many
Hcherler, Eugene celery, first.
F. L. Waite, Eugene. Red Cheek
Hoar Pigs -Oeorge Widmer.
East Side—First grade, Mrs. Page:
and t ik _ up
... lamí 2 on Maple
. ‘ creek.
friends are somewhat surprised at
rhubarb. Pippin, first.
‘ “ Springfield,
Best tn the World
Beat five Pig* under six months—
where he made his h»me the rent of
C. E. Logsdon. Junction, Red
j iJ- w Hyatt merchant of Warren, N. the announcement.
hl» life Florence West.
grade Miss Wilson, Fourth grade,] q writes: Please send enclosed or-
F. G. G. Schmidt, Eugene, kohl Cheek Pippin, second.
At 130 East Seventh Btreet. in Eu
Platt Bros., Thurston, Waxen, Edna Nickerson: Fifth grade, Miss jer b). Jna|j. Sutherland's Eagle Eye
Copenhaver; Sixth grade. Gr*ce|Salve la ,he
ej.e remedy in the gene, Sept. 22,_191_0, Lewis VanVleit
Don't Break Down
W H. Pasley. Eugene, kohl rabl, first.
O. I. C. I’igs
Harry Millet, Junction, Waxen, Walker; Seventh grade, Mrs. Ida world 25c. Sold by Dillon Drug Co. and Miss Iva E. Cornelius, both of
Sow over one yesr old—6. D. Me first.
Richardson Eigth grade, Miss Mar-
_ ___________ _
Severe »trains on th« vital organs.
Goshen, Rev. J. S. McCallum offl-
J ames Gravide, Eugene, kale. second.
Ilk» »t'slns on machinery. cause
P. Blais. Eugene, Winter Banana. ian Harper.
D. Me first.
You can't over-tax
T. H. Garrett, Eugene, cucumber. first.
| 'Yest ...SWe—First and second! Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. J. W Mo
st-.mach, liver kidney», bowels or Gulre.
A. Gribiska Junction, Wolf River.1 grades. Miss i Sponge; Third and Daniel, Etberton. Ills., soya; There At the home of
__ the bride's parents,
—.. k —
Mrs. McLean; Fifth ¡9 Bo medicine which equals it for Mr. and___
n«rv«» without serious danger to
Pratt, Sept. 23,
yourself. If ycu are weak or run
W. P. Meyers, Springfield, Bell- ®n<i slxth grades. Miss Ida Blatt ; j c<)llghs. colds, grippe, asthma and 1910, at 8 p.m., Frank C. Loomis and
five Pigs—8. D. Me first.
down, or under strain of any klnd.l
the Miss Ruby Pratt, Rev. P. K. Ham
Mrs. Simmons, Junction, eoleetton flower, first.
take Electric Bitters the matchless.| Gulre.
mond officiating. Both bride and
' bottle. Sold by Dillon Drug Ca
of beans, second.
John Maughn, Eugene. Bellflower, man.
High school—Miss Sorenson.
tonic medicine. Mrs. J. E Van de
groom were raised in Eugene and
L. Goetshlns. Eugene, P. R. beans. second.
Sin ie, of Kirkland, II'., writes: "That GREAT
A Burglar In Town
have hosts of friends who wish them
A. C. Mellse. Junction, Yellow Kelly. Roscoe Lyans. Each of the
four teachers have six classes a day
I did not break down while endur
much happiness.- They will reside in
| Mrs. Simmons, Junction. best dis- Newton«, second.
ing a most severe strain, for three! .lease
play of vegetable roots, first.
Soren Jensen, Junction, Yellow
He Portland where Mr. Loomis is em
name is "bad cough.”
S«»r«» Eyes of Thr»-v Years Standing doesn't care for gold or silver but ployed.
ni nths. I»» due wholly to Electric, first prlxe.
L. Goetshlns, Eugene, best display Newton«, first.
Mr». G. J Zumwalt. Irving, fall of vegetable roots, second.
Bitters.’,, U m them and enjoy h»»alth
Richard Gray, Eugene, DeAnjo, cured. Miss Effie Faulkner. New he will steal your health away, If
At the courthouse in Eugene Sep
and strength Satisfaction positively ' wheat, second.
he appears in your house arrest him
C«|»t. Dodd, Sprlngfleld, spring
50c at W. A. Kuyken-
Platt Bros., Thurston, Pride of
J. Beebe, Eugene, DeAnjou, ae- Eagle Eye Salve cured me of a case at once with Ballard'« Horehound tember 22, 1910, Edmund Morris
of sore eyes of three years standing Syrup, It may mean consumption if and Miss Celia Buchanan, both ot
! wheat, first.
Lane County apples, grand prise.
I cheerfully recommend it to any you don't. A cure for all coughs Waltervllle, Rev. John W. Perkins,
John Htrome, . Junction City, spring
Geo. Smith, Eugene. Wagner ap
J. Beebe. Eugene, Ctorgo, flrat.
I wheat, second.
of bpringfield, officiating.
The M»h of a Friend
se- one in need of such a remedy. Sold colds and chest trouble«.
by Dillon Drug Co.
Ano* WilkiBS» I, Eugene,
would have been about as welcome
Platt Bro«., Thurston, Gravenstein cond.
Price 25c, 50c. and >l.:00 per
At the home of J. Ed Angel. Sept.
to A. Cooper of Oswego, N. Y., as a
F. L. Waite, Eugene. Fall Butter,
bottle. Sold by Dillon Drug Co.
Capt. Dodd. Springfield, timothy, apples
Indomitable will and tremendous
25. 1910. Miss Ella Angel and Wil
nierelless lung-racking cough that de
H. C. Bushnell. Junction, Graven- first.
fied all remedies for years. "It was ' second.
W. H. Pasley, who lives ntar the liam ~ Smith Ensley, Rev. Joseph
J. Beebe, Eugene, Fall Butter, se energy are never found where Stom
stein apples, second.
ach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowel« are Coyote creek, ten miles west ot Eu Sams officiating.
most troublesome at night." he
Warren Wilkins. Eugene, alfafla,
Harry Millet, Junction, largest ap cond.
»rites, "nothing helped me till I us Ht‘C ond.
J. Beebe, Eugene, Winter Nellis, out of order. If you want these gene. recently found in the bottom
qualities and the success they bring, of the creek an old muxzle-loadlng a At the court house in Eugene on
ed l»r' King's New Discovery which
Mrs. Hlmmons, Junction, alfalfa,
J. Gardiner. Eugene. Alexandria first.
cured me completely. I never cough
H. C. Bushnell, Junction. Winter. use Dr. King's New Life Pills .the shotgun which looks as if it 'bad been Sept, 24. 1910, William J. Bryson
matchless regulators, for keen brais in the water for twenty yea~s or and Miss Nellie May Elliott, both of
at night now.” Millions know Its f,'capt. Dodd. Springfield, peas, first.
Mrs. A. L. Swartx. Junction, Alex Nellis, second.
matchless merit for stubborn colds 1 Mrs A. J. Zumwalt, Irving, speltx, I andria apples, second.
Irving Grange, Irving, Italian and strong body. 25c at W. A. Kuy I more. A part of the stock had been Eugene, Oounty Judge He.nnis W.
obstinate coughs, sore lungs, la-
worn off and one hammer was gone.1 Thompson officiating.
G. Ray. Eugene. King apples, first. prunes, second.
grlppe. asthma. hemorrhage, group
Mr. Piasley had Oho gun ln Eugene
J. Beebe, Eugen«*, Silver prunes.
Mrs. Craig Hayes, Junction, King
W. C. Myera, Springfield, red clov
today showing it on the streets. It,
hayfever. It re er, second.
For V«c on Face and Hands
ll«vea quickly and "«ver fails to sat
A. Denni«. Eugene, Silver prune«, Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Saive is the best Is probable that some one toat it
Are you just barely getting around
G. F. Ray, Eugene, Northern Spy,
Capt Dodd. Springfield, red clover,
l*fy. A trial convinces 50c, |l.0# second.
it Is a creamy snow white ointment while hunting ducks in a boat by the aid of crutches or a cane?
Mrs. Fry, Springfield, quince. and one 25c box will last three or threw it away after s twill ng it Unless you bare lost a limb or have
Trial bottle free.
G. L. Ol«en, Eugene, Northern
Capt. Dodd. Springfield, orchard
month«. Sold by Dillon Drug Co.
guaranteed by W. A. Kuykendall.
a deformity—if your trouble 1« rheu
George Dorris, Eugene, Concord
matlsm. lumbago, sprain, stiff joints,
P. H. Grant, Springfield, Spits ap-
Mrs. A. J. Zumwalt, Irving, spelty
n.-»t Erver I **<!
anything of like nature use Bal
GEORGE W. TAYLOR,
If skin is broken apply Dr. Belt's sity this year will be held tomorrow lard'» Snow Liniment and In no
A B Helm.... Harrison. Idaho, nays; grasa,
C. L. Olsen, Eugene, Spitz apples.
Mrs. Simmons, Junction, millet,
Anti-Pain at once and the wound will morning in Villard hall. President time you can throw away your
I have it s»d Dr. Bell s Pine Tar-Honey
Judges. heal quickly asd never get sore. Campbell will speak on the subject, crutches and be as well as anyone.
for coughs and colds and It Is the I Hr»L
C. L. Olsen, Eugene, Baldwin ap-
Mrs. Simmons. Junction,
Used internally and externally. Sold "Making Good,” and the gle club
Price 25c, 50c and 21.00 Sold by.
best I have evel tried. Ixtok for the
Clerk. by Dillon Drug Co.
Dillon Drug Co.
Bell on the bottle. Sold by Dillon I necond.
Horon Jensen ,, Junction City, Bald-
Mrs. A. J. Zumwalt. Irving, or-