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About The Eugene weekly guard. (Eugene, Or.) 1899-1904 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1901)
War department offioials are of
the opinion that Filipino fatalities
have reached fifty thousand einoe
big prioe *0 PM for being
brought under the “flag of the free’’
and into the “home of the brave.”
And eight thousand miles of ooean
separate the Asiatics from thia kind
And what prioe will this republic
eventually pay for unjustly bolding
territory to which we have no valid
title exoept that gained by force of
arms? Our title from Spain Wil
merely a quit-olaiaa. She had
virtually been driven from the
ielands when Dewey came and
wiped out the only real authority
Spain had—a fleet of warships.
One of the British agents, who is
purchasing horses for South Africa
military eervioe says bs expects to
gather twenty-five hundred from
Oregon and in order to find out
whether the horses are worthy to
be taken to that hot country, they
will be transferred from this slate to
the hot malarial districts of the Mis
sissippi river, where it is expected
twenty per cent of them will die;
those that go through the ordeal
and are in good condition will then
have the privilege to see whether
they can lie killed on the ocean and
by the hot climate of South Afri ta
before they are compelled to lace
the bullets of the Boers and
Judge Kinoaid informs us that
the county court will endeavor to
prevent further cutting of tbs bank
of ths river in the bottom a short
distance above Judkins Point by
filling in large piles of stone at
several places along the bank.
Tins may prevent farther erosion»,
■till we consider it doubtful ae the
bar on the opposite side of the
river is steadily being extended
up-stream every winter, thereby
throwing the current across to and
along the dirt and gravel bank.
Another winter will take out the
road if the rock fails to bold the
A New York magnate, name not
r?i>orted, will build a one million
dollar reeidenee, exclusive in ooel
of interior decorations and furnish*
iuge. There may not bo any right
ful oomplaint against such lavish
expenditure. The building, and
furnishing give temporary employ
ment to rnauy laborers, while the
maintenance of ouch an elaborate
establishment requires the service
of many people, with large ex
President McKinley has stilled
the importunities of auolher of
the Mitchell Republicans. George
Col vig, of Josephine county, gets the
Barranquilla, Columbia, consulate.
The town 10 situated ou the north
coast of South America, near the
isthmus. George will have a merry
tiiae fighting mosquitoes, keeping
cool and trying to escape the fever,
tie will hays nothing elee to do
exoopt draw the salary of a couple
of thousand dollars, or lees, a year.
Every one 1» la danger who neglc» ts
tbe warnings of declining heal tn. Tbe
warnings are nut aa startling as the su»i-
den sfinek of a kaomotive, but they are
just ax ominous. When the body begins
to loee in flesh,
when the check is
hollow and tbe
•kin «allow it is
that tbe lady is
falling of proper
is a condition of
■ weak ” stomach,
and " weak ” stom
ach soon involves
other organs. Dr.
_ cures diseases ot
> the stomach and
t other organ» of
digestion and nu
trition, and cures
through the stom
ach diseases seem
ingly remote, but which have their
origin in the disease of Ute stomach aud
its allied organs
There is no alcohol in the " Discovery”
an»l it is absolutely free from opium,
cocaine, and all other narcotics.
- Brforr I e<immente<l to uw »our medicine I
wax in a bad cooditioa (for eight year-i and
four diictora treated nia - write. Mr» Hettle
Askew, of Garysburg, N<rrthamptoa Co.. N C.
•They, af OMifw gave me at the time Sim«
relkL but it did n<a last long
I was a me deva
in my bed and aome days I dragged about tne
1 liave u-ed five bottles oT the ». .Iden
Medical Diacovety' aud See of the 'Favorite
Prewriptloo ' and four vials of the 'Pellets,'
Now I (eel like a new woman, and I waul the
wurld to know it.”
P etersburg, their second capital.
They should carry their capital
The telegraph reporte the officers
of the Russian, Mediterranean,
eqnedron at Niee. But will they
Win William., the Dex'tr meicbaal,
pussed through our etreei» today with
a heavy load of meretosDUIae
The poetoffice «111 soon I m - moved <O
Mr. Har|«r’. residence.
Prof Carl Baughmsn agaiu wields
the rod of correction at the schoil
Isn't it about.llmeour Sunday school
J A Brigg, is spending a few days at
Marcóla in the sawmill Lusineee.
April S, 1K1.
J<*bn HsMberry ieoo the aicx list,
Little leaks bring to war.r
and little impurities of tne
k MC'iiMii boUtt.
blood, if not attended ro.
Our bop men ere v>m«»bet eleted
et lb" piael- cl» for bop«—e good price bring a '‘Want” of health.
end e good crop.
Hood’s Sarsaparilla is the
Bciiool begen at tbe McCowan school
and only specific that
h use la»l
will remove all blood humors
K rn», of Eug-u», i« teachi ug.
Hebo. 1 b k »» Malay at tbe B afford and impurities, thereby Pit
wbool hou-e. M >•» .Sergeant, of Eugene,
ting ycu into a condition or
will be tbe teacher.
Farming is progressing very »lowly
i'he hr* Mrtb»»1i»ia are bolding a
, »»reeled meeting el the Fer«on I
We are glad to state that tbe eight
of Mr Geo Guiley, on. of our moot re
spected pioneer-, seems to t>e improv st the t rcaeul on account of ao much
Mr Aleck 1-ewi» was a passenger on
Aleck McKenzie, of Pleasant Hill,
[•asses tbrougli Trent each day on h>. Thursday’» daily. Mr Lewi» ha» been
way tn his school at Dexter. We learn out of rhe valley on bu»iu“»» affairs.
be is conducting a successful school.
Louie Morgan and
moved to Winbetry.
Fail wheat does not look very well.
John Klssenger and Geo Warr er, of
Fall Creek, were in the neighborhood Almost all the farmer» of thia locality
yesterday in company with some gen «ay it will 1« a failure.
Farson Creek school opened la»t
tlemen from Michigan, who are look
Monday with an averaza attendance.
ing for timber claim*.
4i>u> Be <tt of Eugene, is tbe teacher.
A m ate .
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury
R,iaalnlu( in the poetofllee at Eugene, Or»
April 11, 1W01.
Drew Mr» Ellen
Bskar, N E
Everett Geo C
Hartley J C
Hmitii Mr» Maggie
Thornton J V
Hoolt J C
A charge of one cent wtil be Dta<le on all let
ter« given out, 1’ereon« when calling for
letter« will pleeee «tale when atdvertieed.
H F M c NT onnack , I’M.
One Wood’s mowtr, seed wheat, two
Oliver Chilled plow», two wug<oi»,
oue mt blackHinith tool», one Heel
harrow, oue wood harrow, several net
of tiarneH., flve Poland China hog»,
nine bead of hor.e« weighing from
1200 to 151MI, one cook etove, one-half
internet or all in tbrenhing outfit, two
buggies, two milch oow» and other
tiling» two numeroUM t<> mention.
J. R. Y ates .
Oliver Plow Agents
SILK AND SATIN WAISTS
AND MEN'S CLOTHING.
' H ..»••
• '.vr 111» tl-v i on Irrtum»»
.kn with H. oát
The land belonging to the eetete ot
The ‘‘Manila Itch” 1» »till fl luriahing A J Keeney, deceased. consisting of
Very few people of our 575 acres of as fine farm and pasture
lands as can be found in Lane courtv,
locality have had it yet.
Walter Thompson had the ml»for- with improvement«, situated »bout
tune to gel bi» little toe maehed last three-quarters of a mile from Goshen,
week. He waa handling a horse at (six miles southeasterly from Eocene),
Die lumlier camp of the Booth-Kelly is now offered for sale on very reason
Co, when the horse»teppe<l on bia foot, able terms.
Call on J B Keeney re»iding on farm,
mashing the little toe severely.
or address J M and B F Keener, ad
Mie» Margaret Btuart, Mi»« Grace
ministrators, at Ja»per Oregon.
Hammilt. Mr Claud Hammitt and
John Hill are »pending their vacation
in tbe valley.
900 Acres for Rent.
aid White Wyandotte«, 1»>. premium
rout Portland, Halcnt and Albany.
I want to trade an organ or piano
for body fir wood »pill coarse.
F A R ankin , Heveuth Ht.
M r .» A l K irkland ,
River road, Eugene.
A gtHxl lantern, 45 cents.
F L ( 'liantber».
F lax Haxt». —1 have revived a car
load of flax seed. A!1 farmer» »li<uild
oome ami get li at once. E U F rith .
B» irn .—In Eugene, Iasi night, April
10,1801, to Prof and Mrs F H Duun,
a Mtu, weight W poeuda.
For Infants and Children.
One can cat for two; 'out
nourishing two is a difTi ren*
thing; it implies a degm ( ’’
interior strength not u:
found in woman of cith. r V X
Luxurious people are
very strong by habit, and cr
worked people are weak
exhaustion in some of th»
functions. Between the t\
is the happy mean; but hot
many women haw plenty <
life for two?
The emulsion is al mi
W«*H «re vet« «
SCOTT A L WK I
M tv» if
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine 'Bab
els. > H druggist» refund the money
f It fal.s to curs. E. W. Grove’s signs-
ure is on each tyix. 25c.
lows for Sale.
About 70 goral dairy cows for sale at
my place In Noti Valley.
B B B tkphxns .
L ange F arm H alls .— E J Frasier,
the real e»l»le dealer, sold two farm,
today t the prices aggregating $11,400.
They were the Weav»r and Easton
firm 342 sere» six miles west of Eu-
g-ue, and kuown a» tile Ha-kell place,
to E O Temple, eonalde itlou $. b
Also the farm knew*, i.n the l> E
Knight place 12 ruile. we»t of Eug»ne
and containing 540 acres to L W Win
field, late of Missouri, consideration
$7600. Mr Winfield had »11 option ou
the Hrskell place but relinquished it
wlieu tie learued Mr Frasier had an
op|>oituuity of selling it, and bought
the oilier instead. Mr Frasier informs
a O varii reporter tiiat hie «alee the
past 30 day» wouki aggregate $41.»-MJ
and promised to give an Itemiz'd list
of the same as »«i'll as two l»r»e deals,
the papers for which are iming pre
pared, sre completed.
Hors.—Today’» Oregouian: Only
iiiult-d amount of new crop conirvct-
log is refiried, si d grower» are aaking
higher figure». The o d crop ie prac-
tk-all.v all out of tbe way iu till« stale,
and there are very few . n the Pacific
ixwut. Conditions up to the pre-ert
time arv quite fav<»r»bie for the ar 'W-
ingemp, aud the field» are »aid to ag-
gregate fully UM> a«*rve more than th»>ee
for last seaeon. The vines arv much
farther along than they wrrv at
date last year, and are Io per ft
• F or s i
A B oni » A Rmv. Irving, Or.
B orn .—On tt»e Uowlenek firm tn-ar
Irving April 10,1901, t > Mr and Mrs
Gen Hick», a 10-pouo»l •»«.
Navy Blue Flan
Blue and Brown
Check Suits 3.50
Grey and Black
Striped Suits 6.00
Blue Grey Cassi-
To the man that says it's » mt
enough t take a wheel apa«
and put t in good w„rkh»
orcier. t'aly the Expert with
the proper tool,can doit w,U
Should not be ait«n pted at h
your wheel look» oi l and -hsbby h,n
rame . rum led. If it in ,,,lt oU-i.
have it »et right, 'the cost
c ‘ in eitht
<Ase will be trilling.
We have four Experts
Who Repair sn4 M umfo ture BL-vcl ». Competent men who'ha works! a
Ohio, IUiuoia, Mi—uri. I< insae, Mexico. Idaho and Oregon. Ali are meli
experience. We also repair guns aud aewwitig Machine».
U Barker Gun Works.
saw,wif w* -« -.r
■ ■ ■■■ h
The man who buys a (’rouse A I r ind
spring suit is well suited in mon-
He is correct in style
He is perfectly fitte.1
He is handsomely ¿
Anything else to be desired? Oh,
He is economically clothed,
because all our clothing is sold at the
lowest price for Cash. A fine set of glass
tumblers given with each spring suit.
We are Waiting.
To Cure a Cold tn One Day
My »00 acre farm and ranch acres-
the Coast Fork from Goshen, near
Cloverdale, is for rent.
150 acre» of
same is plow land.
Good for farming and stock. Winter
before last 165 head of cat tle »’ere kept
on this place and were only ted 10
ton» of hay, coming out in good con
The winter just passed 150
head of cattle were kept without other
feed than the range.
Inquire of or addres« owner,
J R S ellars ,
80 acre tr»ot of land 15 mile« west of
Hemlock Bark Wanted.
Eugene in Noll valley. Partly im
proved. Good spring water good »01
a id good limiter
Near school. Prlcl
Wanted. 500 coid» of hemlock bark,
|.’75 cash or $.125 on
easy term» Ilo per corri
Enquire at the lau
Address H F L a N ii KNOUR, Kiowa ti» ry.
W W H A l N KH A Co.
Piano and Organ to Trade.
S. li. Friendly.
Hulkey plow for $30.
F 1. Cham tiers’.
Eggs tor Hatching.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
J. VI. KAIS FURNITURE CO
I .1 O
One of the best imsll farm» in Lane
coanty for »ale. Hitu»tcd in Pleaeant
F L Chamber» ha» appointed 10 1
Hill precinct, 2 mile» from poatoffiee
and »lore, and five mile» from railroad agent, a. follow»:
IHSIIHSS »1 fUKEflAL OIRECIUfi)
depot. One hundred and five (1U5)
Wheeler A Scott, Cottage Grove
acre», all plow land. Hmall branch, oil
C F Hurlburt, Junction City.
lie year running waler. G imm I hou»«*
Daj i Hendmon, Undertakers and
A Bond A Hon, Irving.
and barn and outbuildings.
En a' rs. Cor Wil. and 7th sts.
Hazelton Bro», Cieswell.
orchard and plenty of •mall fruits
Address or enquire of undersigned
1’ L Bristow, Plee-aut Hill.
Genuine Oliver extra» to lie had only
J. R. B ella rm , Eugene, Or.
at the above place».
Friday evening Miss Hergeant closed
a very succeMful term of school in the
Bend district. (Owing to tbe better
accommodations aud more ceutral Io
Farmers and team«»» re to put up your
i »lion, the exercises were rendered at horse» at Warnock’« feed ya'd. H-
ttie McCowan school bouse. Ttie old wants your poultry and eirire and will
house was very nicely decorated with pay the highest cash price tor them
evergreen txiughs and bunting, and Buy your flour and feed of him. He
considering the condition of tbe will treat you right.
W J W arnock ,
westher the exercises were well at
Corner Sth and Pearlstre»it», opposite
tended. Mi»a Sergeant'» efforts have court house.
not been fruitless as is show by the
program. She is to be higtily compli
Bad Stomach— “ Htud^ches
tired feeling, bid condition of stom»>n.
caused me to tike Hood’s SarsW“*-
ft shopped ell feint trouble.” Chenes
^o^ er. (Pens Fells. N. Y.
Mr C »le, I«ai»l'» enterprising mer
iiaut, ma le a bu-ii.e»» trip to Eugene
A» mercury will tturely destroy the
»enee of »med aud completely derange
the whole system when entering it
through the mucous »ur'acee. Huch
articles should never tie u»e»i except on
prescription» from reputable pbyei- '
ciane, a» tbe damage they will do I»
ten fold to tbe good you can poealhly
April 12, 1901.
derive from them. Hall’» Catarrh
Mia» Myr'le H u«rt ie borne again,
Butter—25 to 40c per roll
Cur», manufactured by F J Cheney A
he lias been teaching school over on
Co. Toledo, O, cotitairis tie mtreury,
Poultry—$3 50 to $4 50 |nu dozen. and I» taken internally, acting directly the Hiualaw almoet all winter.
Several of the Mohawk Woodmen
Dried prunes—8 to>,5ic
upon the bltxMi ami mucou» euiface» ot
Flour—75 per »ack.
the -y»lem. In buying Hall’» C »larih went down to Eugene to bear Prof
They all returned
Gate— 40 cent».
Cure tie sure you get the genuine.
It Meakin lec'ure.
I» t’Ken internally, and made in Tole well pleased.
Potatoes—60c. oaab per 100 lbs.
do, Ohio, by F J Cheney A Co. Testi
Tbe H P lias establiahed a flag sta-
Wheat 60 cents.
Hold by druggist», pries 75o per boi- I t on at the cross road» near the Me
Hops—12 to 13j cent».
Cowan ectiooi house.
It la to t>e
Hall’s Family Pili» are tbe beet.
c illetl “Douua,” In honor or little
List of Letters.
> totiua Jackson.
Tbi Kind You Have A'wap Bought
With all thio daily report of
formation of trusts we have vet to
hear of a workingman’s trust.
They are the fellows that must pay
Dr. Pierce’» M^Jical Adviser, ioo8
large pages, paj>er binding, sent free on
receipt of XI one-cent stamps to pay
expense of mailing only, or yr stamp»
for it in cloth binding. Address Dr.
R V Pierce, Buffalo, N. V.
Tbs l’acifio Farmer eaye: Fruit
trees have come up to tbe prioe in
which tbe nurserymen are making *<ratursof
good money again; trees that dur
ing tbe hard times were celling as MOTHER
low ae three cents and four cents
Let the mother take Scott
are now bringing ten to fifteen oenta.
The demand is apparently greater emulsion of cod-livcr oil for th.
than tbe supply. This is particu two; it is almost never super
larly so with regard to Italian
Hop factors are baginning to
predict that owing to the large
iti 'reaee in acreage of the Northwest
the prior of hops will not be as high
thia fall ae was anticipated, never
theless they are anxioae to make
ocitracts at eleven cents.
You are waiting to view
the latest and 111 >st nobby
which we purchased direct
from the factory, and
w inch we will have on dis
play at our big WALL
PAPER OPENING on or
about April lOib.
Overton Paint and Wall Paper
Co, Eighth Street
Our 15ct assortment of
Neckties are all right
and our 50ct job in
Hats is a corker. Over
<500 are now sold and
being worn by the Best
P. FRANK & SON
We Have Not Heard
any complaints a« to the csrrfohe
ana pmtnptuew of the wav we till 'voe
for staple groceries. Contrsriww, ■
frequently receive the moot f’.ttew
encomium» a. to service, curtesy»«
the good, themselves. Mod.stlyi«»
ing, we think we deserve it *ai *
best efforts to please and satisfy*
every time will continue.
J. Ü. GREEN & Sd
Telephone Main 25 '
TO CLOSE OUT
AT COST .0.0
l R entire stock of heavy goods, includ
ing our boots and high cut shoes.
Every thing in heavy goods. Nothing
T. A. GILBERT
Chrisman Building Eugene
Easter House Beautiful.
ri.a term c-
» h .uw can e«e<l thr n.h nt m
ha-nioni.. i»and u.to,| c.!„r,
1 stura» »»ich ae we
»u wu k.
U , invi»« rarefai »enitiny
n. re hin a ca.u .) gl-,,«, ,t th ¡
*« mcry B lock
Shipped direct from the Orchard.
L C SKEELS