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'! City Guard
"If I were sick and
I lilllilaSloM Tn I i.Uft.
b ru&DAY 1: Nov 1 1 pj flnd out how some
on5 else got well who
had the same sort of
sickness as mine."
Wanted tO get Well, Ji; lublre.wortionfookcraalMf 7 so
0 M lJonty,work ou rock crusher uu
The buaineaa department of
the WEEKLY GUARD ia cauaed
considerable trouble by corre
siondenta addressing the pro
prietors peraonally. Addrea . all
letters referring to the newsoa
per or business connected there
with to THE GUARD,
1 1 1 BMUOLLBOIATI POOTBALL
Th( n .linn ot trie lootbull tnana
mm nt of the University of Oregon
ami Iht Ore on agricultural college
in withdrawing from the intercol-r.-uc,
for the purpose of
Ling collegiate athletic sport
it profession dl ism is to be
coin mended. Willamette univer
pity of H ilein, Iish a team oompoaed
mainly of profMional and business
D il the city, and il is this school
the other institution boldly take
fttand ugaiuat. Technically the
Willamette university men may all
t o taking credits audi itoot to en
title them to play, nni in i Iim t cote
th inly redrew to he made OJ
other 'earns is to withdraw. l)r
Oling-r and l)r JeMHup are practio
ing dentists in Salem, n!r Judd
holds a Htate p'tsilion, Mr Savage
il a laboror, Mr Sanders the Indian,
plays with any club or college
which will sign with him. These
IN -un pin Mtudents, none of whom
are bona tide, within the intention
of institutions of learning.
The censure is deserved,
an I l'rosident llawley and
members of the faculty of Will
amette university are largely to
blame for receiving it, as the spirit
of true honor and manhood in
ok BBAIiTY, M(
If your sickness is 1 hers,
Mrs. Jacobs' story will interest you.
"I ww vtry tick indeed." writes Mrs.
Mollle Jscot, of PflfcHL Kl '
nwart, and our faintly OOCM I aad
tunMimption 1 thought I mux
for I Ml o awful bad. Had a bad cough,
h; ii blood, wu very abort of breath, nad
pains in ray chest and right liinu I
Bad djrspcpiia. Before I look an '('.olden
Medical Discovery ' and ' Plian;.:. 1 Hits'
I waa so weak 1 could not awn p I rooSL
and now I can do a small w.-. 1
feel like a new person, f bi lUl I
Ird and your medicine have MVi
life. I waa sick over two years. I tool 1 1
bottles of the 'Colden Medical I iacoytrjr,
and four vials of Dr. Pierce's I'ellcta."
Arc you sick ? Are your lungs
"weak?" Have you obstinate
lingering cough, with bleeding
lungs, weakness and emaciation?
Thousands in just your case have
been cured by the use of
always hlps. II almost always
cures. 9ick persons are invited to
consult Dr. Pierce by letter abso
lutely without fee or charge. All
correspondence is strictly private.
Write and get a specialist's opin
ion on your case, free. Address
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
The United States bought KussUn
America from Russia, lor $7,200,000,
the inland boundary being lOmarine
leagues of land inland from tide
water mark at Pyramid Harbor.
It appears that Russia did not own
what she sold, and what we paid
for, else President McKinley and
bis secretary of state wore out
classed in the contest with British
diplomacy, for they have abandoned
ftp nil as well as other walks of life lu 0reat Blitiln, without com pen
k mild be at all time impressed by ' Hation, a Btrip of territory twelve
them on the student body.
I'KOM'KCi IVK mum IN OKEUON
TIsuBBM aid i.i mm i-'. It IN
Cm I und Telegram, Not M.
"Wo intend to look around for
' ut a month and get an i lea of
what Oregon timber is like," said
Malcolm McManus, of a party of
four men interested in timber, from
Ashland, Vis. "Little timber is
left in the states of the Middle HJast
and three-quarter miles wide the
whole length nf southeastern Alaska.
Instead of 3 I miles of territory
inland trom the coast wo settle the
-ontention by taking 22J tnileB.
A good illustration of the wonder
t'ul memory and power of repmee
of Wm J liryan was shown by an
incident in his recent tour of
Nebraska. Near the close of his
speech at Kails City a man in the
audience arose and denied that
, , . ,, . . President McKinlev ili'sircs to re-
that formerly were thought to hold i . , , ., .
supplies that would last for-, ta,n the 'l.pp.ncs, whereupon,
ever. In a few years it will all be
gone, and then the sawmills will
I'lncve down mill the minv men
. , . T , -f - , .. " from Olio ()f 'rer-ident .McKinlevV
, 1 1 i : i.i c.i l nr. H 1 1 iv l h i mi I I n t hi '
" " I IIT . li tt
j can, mi permit my-ei
without a moment's ln-il ition or
the least show ot embarrassment,
Mr liryan quoted this sentence
timber and saw mill business will
have to look elsewhere for their
bread and butter.
"Many of them will oome to the
coast, and soon the output of Ore
;'on mills will be doubled, and then
doubled again, because the number
of mills and (heir capacity will in
crease. "Oregon and Washington have
vast timber resources. As yet they
are sea ret. ly touched. It is oom
lorting to see the big, tall trees you
have here, after making lumber out
of what wo have left in Wisconsin.
All conditions are more favorable
In re except, perhaps, logging. I
bill I TO it is less expensive to nut
timber out of the east than it is
here. All the work is done hy log
Kin;: engines, and the big lumber
ing ox, which, 1 believe, is still not
uncommon in logging camps on
the coast, is not to be seen."
to doubt that these islauds will he
retained under the benign sover
eignty of the United States, "
The Oreponian has a well written
editorial on Asiatic complications
and mmmercial changes being
brought about through the relent
less iron policy ot Russia in appro
priating new territory. The text
of the editorial is furnished by the
jobbery .that power erpotrated
upon Japan in depriving her of the
legitimate fruits of victory in the
suoeosslul war against China. The
Ort'gonian uruos a tlrm policy by
this country in dealing with Russian
aggression, and well says:
"Come what will our single,
steadfast purpose must be assertion
of trading rights m all Asiatic
ports under whatever jurisdiction,
and the creation of a mighty sea
power to enforce them."
The same situation iu regard to
the Kentucky election ohtaius. The
cheerful news comes ovir the wires
that the counting proceeds, and
that both sitles are cheerful and
confident. Confidence, wo suppose,
is obtained by sleeping on their
American meat exports to Cer
many have shown in the past few
yoars a wonderful incre ase Since
1894, according to offloUl figures,
they have increased three and a
half fold, and in 1898 amounted to
47,243 tons valued at $9,448,600.
The son of the father 1 el dead In
the Philippines. Major John A
Logan, son ol the famous war of
the rebellion Illinois general,
was killed near San Jacinto
November 12. "The path ot glory
leads but to the grave."
Illinois blacksmiths have taken
lesson from the trusts. They have
organized and advaii'ed prion la
several oouuties. Horse -shoiug,
which has beou done as low us CO
cents for all-iound ibo 'ing, will In
advanced to $1.50.
New York commercial agencies
extract comfort from diverse finan
cial reK)rts. The New York banks
hold $2,500,000 less than the legal
ri t . When they held a sum in
excegH of legal requirements Dun's
and liradstreot's agencies said it
meant prosperity. Now they argue
that the deficiency means pros
parity too. It is well to always
look at the bright side.
Admiral Dewey says this country
will be in a bad fix when il reaches
a condition where its salvation will
depend upon the election of some
particular penon to the Presidency.
i pale, then your lips and
cheeks are pale, your nerves
weak, and your whole 1
g eat ly debilitated. Th d c
ire say "You have anaemia."
i hero's just one tiling you
need something to make
the blood rich and red.
will certainly do this. It
will make the most happy
v inges for you, and soon
J .mr old strength and ac
tivity will return.
V- .'I li.oa, all traglr.
. 40OTT & UOWM . c wnliu, Ntw York.
A H i.angdnu, work ou ruck
ei usher 6 00
Eakin A llrUi", Mr! on rock
crusher 8 10
Q 1 KOfffcj work on rock cruali-
er 5 25
K Whin-, work on rook crusher 24 00
UeorgK Havage, work ou rock
cruaher 12 00
Wiu 1 r Bros A Owen, lumlier... 8 64
Wcbulti Bros A Ovto, limbor... il 28
A Jl LY taints, work on rock
crusher 22 60
RoMGoji bury, work 00 ria;k
crustier 10 SO
0 Ben, work on rock crusher 18 0
EE FAdsUniiWOfk OB rock crusher 18 V
10 White, work on rock crusher.. . 22 60
K A Clow, work on rock cruaher 10 00
J T AHIhou, work on rock crusher
Willi learn 82 60
Bobrrt Prist, deputy sheriff 2 60
Juuii'M B ewart.ilcj uty sheriff 0 26
W W Withers, sheriff, expenses
00 W W Tsylor, Insane 0 68
P L Brlslow, rope 2 06
J E Bolljrfltld, cutting brush 1 60
Wei, l iilaford, culling brush 6 00
Kilaa W.-ijt., cutting brmh 0 00
Win I'.lautnn, cutting brush 6 00
J W Vaugban, Justice fee Htate
v,: McConnel 8 80
W McKarland, couatuble fee
Nate vnMcC'oDuel 66 80
E F Chapman, relief of H Hun-
nlcutt, hu old soldier 13 60
B P OhtptniB, relief f son of J
Ol rtlt hni, mi old soldier 60 00
B K Chapiuat), relief of son of
John eel, an old Kiddler 17 (-0
B I' I'liaptnun, relief of sou of J
W Muri iy, an old soldier 10 60
I 0 Mathews, lumber 83 00
1 I Parki r. fthlDging ehaunel
on Io-l Creek 116 (Ki
Itlsodon B-ushaw, labor 11 75
OB MorglO, ns:k work on Blui-
law 199 7o
John Holland, keep and clothes
for Kren-e children 0 60
W T Bailey, cnmuilaalotier 33 00
M n Hubble, drayage 1 48
A (.' WiMideock, attorney tees In
the county public -cjuure cases 50 00
Coon A McKarland, blauksmltb-
iiiK 20 00
A Hslms, work on roca crusher 2 26
00 Hsmbriok, work on rock
crusher 30 00
A II Nloholl, wo. k on rock crush
er 1 60
John Keeney, work ou rock
crn-litr 30 00
J B Keeney, worl' ou rock crusti
er 16 00
0 W PoUMroy, courtliouae sup
Idlen 10 00
C A Wlnti ruieier, Ju-itlw fees,
Utuie vh VaiiKban, J 1 lames E
Thurman imd B KoeO 27 40
O 0 Fleeti an, constable tw
vs Vatir,han, J H tunes,
E l'huriintii mill B Koch 20 70
MOllOn Powell, Witness tees
s ut,. vs W VnuKbau 2 60
I, I', lliifjiinl, witness fees Htute
vs W . VaujcUmi,....i -3-J0"
A V Burnett, witness fres, rit'ite
1H i'l.;lc,n 1 70
M I'eierson, wltntss fiss, Htate
vs ,V VaiiKball 1
Albert Klostennaii, vltlMM u s.
state vs w Vaognan 2 60
George OrOIWr, constable fse,
Hlnte vs J Harness 1 00
M B Davis, damages, clahmd
(lb, disallowed J
a w vVaUaoB, deputy sheriff 7 60
W W Withers, boon) of prisoners 61 12
( (' Millett, lumber, etc 10 35
It B Mills, viewer ou Bamhart
road 7 (JO
John K Pan Ish, viewer on llaru-
hart road 8 00
A R BnUolpb, deputy surveyor
on Bamhtri roat! 20 00
B II Barnhari, viewer on Barn
hart r.niil 6 00
John Morris, x wer on Burn
hart road o oo
B p Barnbart, rnarktr on Banta
hurt roHtl o oo
c .us DtsoomMi tt Wisconstn.
Ptl port that diamonds have been
lu Wlsoonitn will draw thou
Muitta to thai state. Bow badly we
rush nfier riches, and bow llnie we
tb" only line waltli Health.
All ot the (til not cN sml money In the
wonfl oani it bring happiness witiinut
health. Because Of IU oiad rush (or
h i nidi, Ams ca has beooms a nailon
ot dyspepUos, No other p opie abuses
iia tomacbi as ws do, and tlnnfora
no n il ecu , subject to uervousnei-s,
insoiulilu. ilidii;estion. biliousnesa an. I
torpid liter. Uostetter'i Stomach
Bitters has restored more weak itoo
aobs to health tbau can Ih counted.
en pbanoMenal. To
avoid imitation-, 1 e sure that a private
revenue stamp cot srs tha nsei of the
Iteal estate niorliaie I 160 00
Keul ratatt nrrrfgog W
Ileal ( htute iuorm.,e 1mi n
Beai estate innrlgaxe 1080 W
Ileal eslui- mortgage ! I
1123 7 1
71 00 1
70 Oo .
y j half truth.
, i Iwld their
; ' - t the circulation
. If it were not
: siy that Hood's
is the greatest
i tht world to
-rich your blood,
, -elite, give you
:'i7j did much good
i my I . -a. My skin is new
Ileal estate mortgage
Assignment of tm rtgsge
Assignment of mortgage
Satisfaction of nortaMt
Challi I mortgage
Renewal of chattel mortgage .
lleuewal of chattel mOltflfv.,
Renewal of chattel mortgUKe .
"Hpotted Khwii" mining OUllnl, B -hernia
district; B T t 'urry, loot) r.
"Itensbttw" mming claim, Bohemia
district; W 11 Walker, Air Walker, W
M llens'iaw und 9 Hind-, toe .tors.
"Walki" mining claii, Bobeml i
distric t: W B Walker. Alf Walker, W
M Bensbaw, and K Hinds, locators.
tRooda" mines, Bohemia di-tiie ,
W W Mastermn und M Hehs, lo. in. -,
"Nui.pnte" mining cluim, Bohemia
dUtrlcl, W W Mastersoo and M Hebs,
"Mouarch"' mining claim, Bobeml ,. t.r this head not to sxossd fiva
district; Maud Mastersoo and M S hs, lines, 50 cents tier week; II 50 a month; 112
mil O. McCoy, Witsontoxvn, P.
i.i -r HI. . On- ii'.e irrll.tlngand
, i.-, kiiIi I loud 'i Ssmpartlla.
Dttll headaelic, palm in varlou-parts
Ol lice body, sinking a( Hit. pit of the
itoniacb, loss of appetite, tiTirlihnwa.
plmplsa or mmw, are all positive
evident of Impure blood. No matter
boa it b i i. ne so, it must he puritled
Inordei to obtain good health. AakaVi
ItlotHl Elixir lias never failed to cure
ScrolulcHlsor Synhthlic imiIsoiis. nr nu
. other blood ill-eases. It is eertulnlv a
Wonderful rSOMdj and we sett every
UOIlle oo it mv.lt ve L'liaraiit.u. I.'...
sale by W L Plan-.
'"Eureka" miniog claim, Bohemia
dlstrlc; W V MaatersoD, Mrs Wm
CunnltiK aud M 8ebs, locators.
"OaJodonln" mine, Bohemia district;
WW Masteraon, Mrs Wm cm
anil M Sehs, locators.
"Dunn Drumond" mining claim
Bohemia district; Mrs Maud .
HKAL ESTA1K TKANSAtTIoS.-
Wllllam H Smith and wife toOu
Haroldson, 27 47 acres in t IK s r o :
U 8 to William B Bmltb, 17.47
iu t 18 a r 5 w; imtenl.
D A Johnson to A Woodcock,
258.20 acres in t 10 s t 4 w; joOO.
J it Elliot to William Born, bO acres
lu I 20s r 4 w; 126.
ltobt Martin and O B Plteben to OH
Lovelace and Holman, niinin ; i ,a.ni;
(300. Quit claim.
W I Coleman to W I, MoFarlud,
lot l, motional block li of Mulligan
donation to Euieue, 80xSO, corner
OlivB and Eighth b treats, Bngeut ;
U H to Either A Cox, HO acres; put
Oregon A Culittirnia Roilroad Com
pany, (o A L Mills, trustee, 7."jU!
iu tpslS, 2J, 37,0911(1 10; con-idet ill in
$7,."j0.37. On this deed ate i ,
stumps to the amount of $20 50.
w w Mnsterson to Mrs Wm i um-
miinr, imit claim to one-foutth "AJax"
mining claim, Bohemia district; $1.
W W Masteraon to M Etbl, one
fourth Interest m "Ajax" mine, Bo.
hernia district; 300. Quit claim ; 1 1 .
8 D Holt and wile to C H :
J W Chafe ami wife to John C An
derson, 4J acres iu t 17 s r ;'. w; rl1-
W W Alasterson el til' t i
Cottle, '4 interest in the "Dunn Drum
ond," "Nippon Ot," ".Monarch," uud
"Honda" mluiug claims, Bohemia
W E Warren aud Dolly Warreu to
Claus Luderman, lots, block 2, Miller's
addition to Klorence; $49.
lu the uiattt r of the estate of .- .n.
uel Smith, deceased, W. M. Vamtuyn,
brother of tiit widow, was appointed
administrator of the estate. Probabll
value or estate, $12,000. That the heir
are Mary A. Smith, late wife and
widow, (ieorge Smith, son, Arch
Smith, son, William Smith, son, Mrs,
Lizzie Daniels, daughter, Mrs. Han
nah Bonnett, daughter, Mrs. Anna
Phillips, daughter. Bond ; i
suret es: Mary A. Smith, I
Smith, Arob Smith and Wm. Siulib.
Appraisers appointed; E. I'. Coleman,
Amos Wllklns aud Melvl'fl Taylor.
In the matter of the estate of Wil
liam Shields, decea-ed. T (i. Hen
drlcks, administrator, tiles the n oelpU
orrJbeirs. li,. also stale ilia three ,
heirs entitled to $22. 01 eaefi and n .,
heirs entitled to$4.4n eaob, oani I be
found; therefore Hie money, amount-1
Ing In the agcregate to $S8.n;t has I.. . n 1
placed in ttie bauds of the county
clerk for fu'ure distribution. The to
tal amounts paid to heits at time ol
llusl account, then iu Ids hands
was $1,232.7(1. Final account allowed
and idmlnlatralOl and his sureties tlis
charged. EetaleofW. O. I'.ukett, dw.ased;
the appraisers, I ' W WasUburne, . A.
Mlllloruaud S. V. Ullmore, tiled their
iuventory (oday. It showed property
Baal property $1,900 00
l'ersonal property, including
$3,355.25 on hand at the
time of W U. IMcket -
death 3,918 M
FOR SALE. 1SJ0 acres tlmtier lat d
WeKanila river. 20 miles from
ne. Address, J E Hale, Han
Culif. A H Kisk, Eugene, Or.
FOR SA LE.-Probably the very best
: i acre tracts of land In Lane coun
ty, and one of the best In the state
ofOl : ti, owuetl by Dr T W Harris,
'l liis la a very fertile and highly Im
proved farm lying 2 miles west
of Eogeue on an excellent road. The
d i iciil t ibis farm with a view
flu houses, but having
given up tin- breeding budness, has
do further use for his farm and desir
ing to II von- himself exclusively to
his profession, otters it for sale at a
i bargain, Call ou the doctor for
terms of sale.
!( Hi SALK. Corner first aud jefler-
-' . ' . one 10 risim hou-e, aud
two lota, hOxltK) feet each. Good
i . fruit, tine garden ground.
Also house and lot, corner First and
Law n in c n ets, lot 0t! leet 8 inches,
i v l'i" feet, young frclt trees, gtwd
ardeo u'louuil, water, etc. Also
in d loi, cornet Willamette
d Fourteenth streets. For prices
and terms write 8 J Hills, Tacoma,
Waab, Box S27, or call at (B aku
FOB 9ALB. A good team, wagoi
M. Ali-o a driving team,
j and harness, and a good Mttl,
uj with saddle. FWHowaku
ene 14th and Patterson streets.
OUR ADVANCE SHIPMENT
Have arrived and are
now open for iiiHpectiou,
Beautiful Black and Colored Silk
and Wool Crepons in the
Very Latest Effect and Colorings.
For Skirts and Suits;
All of the Newest Creations
Furs in ill k
New Shaiw ii
Riding Plows, Walking Plows,
Difiance Disc Harrows and Seeders.
Steel framed spiked tooth harrows.
Tiger Drills all fully warranted.
Wagons, Buggies, etc., at
LAUGHMILLER & PET
McOLANAHAN & 8IMLPS(
FOR SALE Flna llaaon & Hamlin
11 in. Been used little. For sale
t a b irgaln. Oeo F Ckaw.
KOK SALK. $5.00 I'EK ACRE. 480
acres elioice timber land, in Lane
OOODty, Orejron. Apply to M L
I lampbell, or r Hglrtwr"!1, '"V
. or address, OKO fc FlI.LKV,
o ympla, wash.
FOK 8 LK. Team, waicou and liar,
v W It MeMaater, east of
High, between 3rd aud 4th streets
BALE OR IKADK. A fine tldeland
nitie.'i nf 158 acres on the bay, three
mill i from Florence, for sale or trade
for a ranch iu the vicinity of Eugene
orCreawell. David Hmith, Bprlog
Total 16,818 M
in the niatter of Um guardianship i:
t lareuceand Elmer Lane, minor helm
ofJoeLaua. Ell Haugs tiles u,,. r,...
ceipt of Lisiie Laue, who has been du
ly appointed guardian of said minors
Pleasant Hill items.
Health of the neighborhood in Rood.
Church oleanlng wan the order of
Ml-s Bella Keeney was the guest of
Mi-s ra Heed, Saturday and Hunday.
A McKcnzey made a Hying trip
ti TharstOD, Friday evening.
Fr. e etbodiita are holding a very
intere ting meeting at Enterprise.
i:ili Calllaon and family visited
with relatives at Lost Valley, Suuday.
Mrs, Kate Walker returned from
, where aba had bean vuitiug
witli her parent! for a week.
I ingi - met und had a social
i Igbl laal week, The children
m del ones mug, and all ate
oyster aoup. The hrmsrs oi this com
uiuuity uuve a happy life.
Mlai Ora R(ed entertained about
fort you people at her home lact
.Saturd.ii- evening. Every one enjoyed
! inwlves. ThenarLv waa Iven in
li norof William Miller, who, with
Ii oi itber, left lust Monday for their
old home in Kaunas.
A -ure Sin or Croup.
Garden City Plows,
XX Rays Gang, X Rays Sa
GLASS JllJIO ENAMELED WIRE. $R
Goal, hn, Steel, Wall Paper, Pumps, Pl-nty
See Day & Henderson's newliaj
POUND CATALOCUg Fgfl
THIS BIQ CATALOGUE SJttSBjS
rdvtr. Rum, IirltiUm
rrthln, h haTind will pi"" K'iSt,"
rw.ur all will ! on iigtgf SjEk&t 1
r.r.l.kl, l.oo... U.C., II..
IU, Kl. loll. JUItl wik.k
.. . II , I C k nn n .III III. . . .m
nun rare nrrFP ' ,-. ,.,,i.
hlp pj thf at ct nu pfiM.'.', rXVeitt mk"3
tfaill t.tp.l4,Ilc1 If you.lcn M -L.7. OMfw
you f nd, lit y to thf lowe.t T7Zm.
to ind w. will l...li.i.lj r.i." fVi;,, I nn I' i '
WHAT TIIK. BSf 1" .,?Siuoa"-1M-
"It Is a monucjient of bUMDcw.wc'"
"A wondf rtul plfcf or work ifi i 'v.
Thf Cfttftlomift lift wondfr -"V , imjI1M
"S.-.n. koahurh A Co U onf of tbi
L;.liri, r, with It.t afler efftn-U, an-
n nelly tauinyi ihowMdaol iMopie. u
may Ik tuikkly t urtil hy Ow Mluuie
OoOfb t ure, the only remedy that
priHiuc Un nod lata rwuita iu oangha
Bolde, DNup, broaobltla. rwnfmia
ami tl.roat mnl lutnr troublo. It will
preeentnonaUpattoA. Vincent A Oo
Oornei Drug- Store.
Fa k.mkks Call and tee tbat French
Canadian vtalllon at lianga' atahltw.
It will pay you to Kel good ervlevablf
Hoaraenaaa In a child that is subject
to croup is a sure indication of the ap
proach of the disease. If Chauiber
litin'g Cough remedy is given as soon
as the child btootnaa hoarve, or even
aflcr tl.e crotipy cough has aiieared, It
will prevent the attack. Many moth
ers who have crcupy children always
by tbeSnparior ooort oi Frno oonoty, u i thVm mnoh trooJMe anS
Cel., for thesum of ,VJ IbrCbuenoa worry, It cau always he depended
ami tlie sum of $355.97 fur Blmer, ami j'1'"" ll iH p'faaanl to take. For sale
receipt for mortgage of IHl.U for both y LPaLwiO.
balra In aqaad pans, it is tbararoK
ordered that said Kli llangs hs such
gimrdlan on dlschariretl.
In the matter of the estste ot Sam- 80j acres 1, miles uorthw eat of Eu
Uti Hughes, deceased; Bui aOOOOnl ena Splendid 7 room, hard finished
,l,,N,'l ' hOOBi . with cold storage; large carriage
marriage LicKNM I antl , ,i,hed ; good barn and wagon
County Clerk Lee issued a marriage ibed; chicken liousea, garden eto
license this forenoon to Ott.i Pieic.. aun pi ....
Mis. Loaelle Med 8t John. l-nty ,-k1 water. So acree young
oeanng orcnara; apple, pears, prunes,
i etc. l'i ite'res in cultivation ; remainder
l'OchI i 'ccnnc All linHar crwvrt
c , . mmm auvu leili'ee.
l ine Farm For Sale
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i c.w .nc.ucii np pftimQ ro
Wf could o.uotf tbniiMtnd.
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SEARS, ROEBUCK A OO. (Ind, CHICAGO, IU"
Marx A Jergeison va Van Vrankeu ;
motion to strike out died hy defendaut.
Stamp photoe at the Kugeue t'hoto
Cnraw 5th and Waahiugioo atrtcta
E P. Wllhama visited last week at
Eugene and Mohawk.
Andy Titus and wife vlaittd Eugene
aionaay aud Tueaday, like vise Dan
J. R. Miller sUrted for SUkiyon
county, California. He came home
from the Alaska mines about a month
Mr. Weeks, formerly of Jaaper, baa
removed to this plaoe. He will work
in the sawmill.
A few neighbors and friends gather
ed at Mr. Brigga' Sunday to wltneea
the nuptials of R. L. Edwards, of Fall
Creek, and Mise Mand Harper, of
Trent. Uncle Billy Wllmoi tied the
knot, after which, all preaent did
justice to a bountiful dinner.
Our achool Is full this fall, there be
Ing 40 aobolara lu attendance. Thia la
the third year thla teacher haa taught
thia achool. There will be a goodly
number graduate at the eud of the
preeeut achool year.
..in u m
I hereby oiler ior -
mile southwest of MF
A road cart aud tiro-,
holli nasi V IIPW. .ag I
raKe, uew roi. , 1
wagon and harness. 5
miscellaneous lot of larw
Will take approve-1
months time, without
payment if desired.
Nov 3, 1899.
Italian rye gw-
bera. Moat pemD! AM
luut monev. AIS" "
dl hmki and sold.
Lin, riwi vm
Math Stoe. EX"