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About The Eugene weekly guard. (Eugene, Or.) 1899-1904 | View Entire Issue (April 20, 1901)
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The Kind You Have Always Bought, ami which has be«»
in use for over 30 years, has borne tiio signatnro of
and has b*en marie under his per
sonal supervision sir.-« its infancy.
Allow iro one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and •• Just-a*-g«»<Ml” ar«* but
Exprrriment* that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children—Experkuce against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria ia a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It I* Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotlo
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worm»
and allay* Feverishness. It cure* Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieve* Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilâtes the Forai, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea—The Mother’s Friend.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION
The Creswell District Assembly
Convenes at Goshen on
The annual convention of tbe Crw-
weli District Bunday Be i«s»l Associa
tion will convene at Goshen al M E
church on April 27, 1901, at 10 o'clock
a m, with the following program:
Bong service— Led by Mr Bradley,
Ad<ir«-«a ot welcome—Mr* Mathews.
}teaponse to addr«*«»a of welo* me—
Miss Anna Howe, Creswell.
Appointment of omimlttees.
Heading of niinur«*.
Unfinished bust new
Repor’a of schools t*y secretary.
Papvr—••Whatabell we teach and
bow," Prof G W Milam, Pleasant Hill
Bong—Bpencer Butte school.
Report of enrollment oommiPee.
Pajier — • Mother« and Bunday
achool,” Miss Louise Cruzan.
Paper— “Little Tiling»," Ml«a Clara
Recitation —Mima Hine».
Paper — “Influence
school,'1 Mr Jake Parke.
Discussion—Led by Rev Bnyder.
Chlldren’a exercises—By the Goshen
Election of officer*.
Report of committee on resolutions
Guard April 1*»
M B Wallis lias rrturued from
J M Howe 1« io Junction l »lsv 00
of Waltsrville, was io Eu
A ■ Powers, of M* K-i sle Bridge, 1»
In P<>r l«nd.
Hens tor R A B *..tb i* n-me from
J H ftorth, of the Roseburg ¡»□<1
offitw, 1* in tlie city.
F E Dunn went to Portland Ibis
af ernoon on bu-iueM
Cba. Cochran retur >e<1 thia I after
u«M>n from Cvttare Grove.
F A Toaler, of Coquille city, I* 1 visit
Ing b>. family iu Eugene
Dr W W O,<le«by, of Junction, ettnv
upon the aft^rU'sm tram.
A thin .Itin of Ice formed on .t«n<l-
ing waler In ve—»1« last u'gut
« FKT A
L a 5 F at a S
• ' k V** - ’ ■
Grove’s 1 tisiciess Chill Tonic
The formula is plainly printed on every
you are taking when you take Grove’s. ' Imitators
know juft what
their formula knowing that y ou would not buy
do not advertise
their medicine it you knew what it container..
is in a Tasteless
iron and Quinine put up <n correct j.
.**«. Qjininc drives the
I he Iron acts as a tonic
Any relia ’’.e druggist will tell you that
malaria out of the $v<tem.
11 other so-called Tasteless
Grove’s IS the Origin • and that
r other c i ll tonics shows
A n ’n
Chill Tonic’ are imita »ns.
that Grove’s i- supei •r
are not experi uentnq
’s is the
cnii’c malarial section» ol
only Chill Cuic
No Cure, No Pay.
the United S'ates
Tbe front of Bterner A Wright’,
grocery store Is being repalu'ed.
H N C H-kerlme 1 tl this afternoon
for a business trip down tbe valley.
Mn 1» R Cbrlsruan returned ibis
afternoon from a visit iu Portland.
Hon J H Booth, receiver of the land
Bears the Signature of
office at Roeehu-g, was in the city to
John W V rney, formerly of Lans
county, writ*-» from Los Angeles for
tbe G uard .
•Mr Bliiwell and »on, of Cr* swell,
went to Eastern Oregon t'day to wi rk
I during liarve.t
Mi.s Htella Bean returned home to
In Use For Over 30
Belem today after a pleasant vi.lt with
▼ws e««rvAua «o«»aiiv, rr ■ vruav vtmict . ntw »os* crw.
Both steel and chilled.
Harrows, Discs and
friends in Eugene.
Seeders. None Better, None ( heeper in price.
Norman Gray, of Baker City, Is vis
Our farmers BLACK LAND BLOW guaran
it 11« at the home <*f his grandmother,
Mrs J G Gray, in Eugene.
teed to scour in any soil. Weber Wagons need
Ping Yang school house nee«ia a coat
President McKinley has acted
Mi.-es Marie Bradley and Mildred
no advertising. See and buy.
AN EARLY MONTANA MAR wisely in acceding to British de of paint badly.
Ll.ter left today for Bay (. ity, Tilla
Miss kerns is teaching the Ping mook ou*iuty, to teach school.
mands for neutrality of the Panama
Mr« Alice Calkins, of Seattle, ar
canal in case of war. War abro
We have got a woman preacher at rived on the afternoon tram to visit
The following story is told of a gate. treaties between combatants,
her sister, Mr« Leonard Gross
Montana justice of the peace named and is sufficient excuse for a disre
Ping Yang is badly in need of a little
(I W Griffin and Geo N Frazer left
JT.PRiJl, DULUTH, MINNtAPOUS, CHICA6I
Reed, who administered justioe and gard of treaties with friendly na missionary work.
fi r Hiu-law today to attend to their
Au all points East
other things in the early seventies: tions should the exigencies of the
Mr Morgan hsa put In a platfor n at logging iiuelnees in that country.
Through Salic* and Tourist Sleep,rs.
Judge Reed performed a marriage occasion demand. In the event of bls own expense al tue Plug Yang rail Attorney and Mrs M O Wilkins
Dining end Buffet Smoking Library Cere.
ceremony at Belknap, in the winter a war in which this country should road crowing.
leave soot, for Woodlawn,* suburb of
DAILYTUAINS. FAST TIME.
The far tiers living near Ping Yung i'orlland, « lire they will reside.
1S78, that is classic in Western an be engaged requiring the control of
SEKVICEAM) SCENE rVY UXEQl'ALi
James Miller, of Aurora, is visitlrg
nals. He made the bride swear the canal against the enemy we say that the fall wheat don’t look
Tickets t" p«-’nt F ist vi i Portland and the
the family of ins cousin, Pnil Miller,
tbat she would support the con woold take the canal, then make well a* It might.
GREAT N< » R . i I E K N R Y.,on sale at South-
Tbe goat weed lias got a big start on in tills ciiy.
Ti< ket < ft ce, Eugene, or
Not Made by the Trust.
stitution of the United States and the apologies afterward. The geo
G RE vr NORTHERN Ticket Ottes
the parture lands near Ping Yaug.
MitsM.ud Gordon has accepted a
organic acts of the territory of graphical conditions give the IJ tilted
IF YOU have pride then take a ride on the
M r. Hickman, of Halt Lake, preached position as saleslaily in Ax Billy's
122 TRIRD STREET
■ beautiful, beautiful, Snell Bicycle. The
Montana; that she would lie ever States every advantage. We are at Ping Y»ng yesterday to a full house. store, r-he goes to work in llie inoro-
frames and frame lugs are made of the huest
loving, faithful and true, and right against the canal while the
grade wrought ste*l.
1 ne spokes are tht
For Rates, F- biers'and full information
W. learn Dial Mr t ele, of Msrcola, ing.
famous Excelsior, ami we give you any kind of
sailing EaaterTrip, call on or address,
would lie ever willing to defend— European powers have an ocean Ititends starling a branch store at Ping
Walter Dill *rd and R«illy Roney, of
a tire you may wish, also a big option on sad
A. 3. C. a AEHMSTCH
Goshen, went to rortland today to
dles ami handle bars. These wheels are ma le
with her life if necessary—the between it and them.
.and Ticket Agent I ort) an
by the SNELL BICYCLE CO,, of Toklo,
Ping Yang is located about 12 miles
honor of her flag.
Ohio. '1 he shops cover over 7 acres of laud,
the buildings are of brick, two ami three
east of Eugene, it Is going to bj great state convention.
The bridegroom was compelled
The way the trusts and combina
Btories high. '1 ne quality of the Snell Bicycles
Mr and Mrs O Q Cartwright left
wood depot in tire near future
never Lien questioned.
to swear tbat he would split all the tions roh producer* and consumer*
Everything quiet at Ping Yang at
wood, carry the water, shovel the is illustrated by this extract from a
Prices for Juveniles
the ben* Ut of Mr fsriwrigbt’s health
XV irrante I in every tespect. < »fit <1
$20.00, $22.00 and $25.00.
(• vrranient Certificate attacheu u»
snow, build the fire, and under any California pajier:
w hich is very poor
if the entartalnment that was had at
Prices for the standard sizes
tv» ry package shipped
and all ciroumslanoee try to be a per
Miss Edna Hadley Is visiting in
Two year* ago producers were tlie Met owan school bad tieeli held ai
$27.00, $30.00, $35.00, $40.00, $50.00
feet gentleman. Instead of returning getting twenty cents per gallon for Ping Yang a good crowd would have Portend. Nbe may make a visit to
-an Francisco before returning to Eu-
YVe tr.uie f»r ol<i wheels, and sell on in«ta llinent
her devotion with slurs and soowls brandy in this state; today it is ail twen present.
Vines Flowering and Fruit-bearing
b hrublery— Plante, Roses, Etc.
P1NU Y anoek .
he would repay it with kis*es and I in the hands of a trust and cannot
beautif ul Snell bicycles.
Yours most re-pt.
CroWi and for sale by the hirst
I lie had for less than eighty-five
\ erne O-tiurn, w bo was Injured by a
Nurseries, Rochester, N Y
kind words. If he ran sby of ' cents in quantities, and four dollars
falling t ee on the Fiddler place south
kieses he was to call on the justice to the consumer. This is about the
of Salem Thursday, died from his in
Agent for Lane County.
of the peace, who was long on kisses, I condition all down th* line; the by the government developed the juries Saturday.
but short on girls. Reed wouud up
Mi-s Maude Bilyeu, after a couj 1« of
this unique ceremony with a crack ents for a |>oun<i of prune*; the thirty-three huudred leel a second. weeks' visit with Mieses Hina and Ada
I noneumer in Ohio pay* eight to ten
« l .
. •—« LOST vigor
ot a revolver and a pop of beer ■ent*. Something is wrong some- That is equal to the distance from Orrell in thia city, left for her home at
.nfeu. ; i, i/TAM. «1ANHC0?
Belo tills aternoon.
i where. If the manufacturers can
3ures Impotency, Night Emission.ani
Coming Out in Style.
Tbe next eclipseof the sun will occur
combine successfully why not the Twelfth street—one block beyond
on May 17th, on which the great orb
We Bfl .rd unusual opportu
producers of brandy and prune*? the Central School building. And will be out of eight for six aud on« -half
CTWy abuse, or excess ard inai*
nities for pleasure driving to
’ > t ion A nerve tonic and
a titty-pound ball tired that distance minutes.
thorn* who do not poasos th«*
blood bn.ilder. Bring* the
means > r th«* facilities for keep
Mrs Carrie Nation made the in oue second! It is sotuelhiug
11 - interior of Davxi Cherry’, new
R '/M* pink glow to pale cheeksand
ing a pm ate lean*. birr«* you
Commenting on lbs proposed de- mistake of going over into Missouri wondtrlul that the chemist has building Is being painte«! in readiness
s the fire of youth.
an procure a stili-h turnout
v I.« ma 11 Ms per box: 6 boxes
for an h* Ur, a day or a w«*«*k
velopments of new wheat-fields jn io preach temperance ami the formulated ail explosive agent that for H«ri»ert I.»*igli’s new assay office
or F3.5O; «vif .» written guaran-
Perfect Io appointment, sati--
smashing of the bottle* and demi acts so quickly and with such which lie will sawn opeu In tbe build
old Asia “Bradstreet’s” says:
f«Olor> In every reaper t
ee to cure « t refund tiio money.
johns that Missourian* are credited astouishing power.
A group ol German, a group
Ashland ridings, April ,15: Capt I)
NCR , TA MEDICAL CO.
with loving not wisely but too well.
French banks and a syndicate
E Yoran, of Eugene, adjutmt and
nton i JacKson Sts., CHICAGO, IU.
Belgian capitalists are at present It was in the Missouri part of
Rockefeller in-i ector of rid* practice of the 4th
oooupied with the opening of the Kansas City, and she was soon gives titteeil thousand dollars to a regiment, O N G, la Iu Ashland today Eugene. near Titus Block.
Hold by Linn Drug Co.
vast territories of Turkey in Asia
by the construction of railways warned off the streets under threat Chicago church, but is veiy caretui depot.
The aim in view is as in the past of arrest. Mrs Carrie thereupon to let it be known that this especial
Mr and Mis J M Hhelley went to
Minnesota, Dakota and Buenos quit Kansas City, Missouri and church ia the worshipping place for
Ayres were converted by the con rode into Kansas City, Kansas, on a uuiut>er of the protectors ot hie Yoncalla this afternooa lu re-pons* to
struction of railways into great a street-car. That part of the town Chicago University. No others a telephone meeeage stating that Mrs
Fred A| | Icga'e is dar gerou.ly ill near
grain-producing countries from be
h t place. Mr Applegate is MrsMbel-
ing waste prairie land, so in a
similar manner to call into ex
andjroktn glass can i auit it
Dr DA Paine li*. gone to Portland
istence the dormant agricultural chemical com|>ound that goes bv
A Seattle murder r tiler sentence
Buy a pair for your wheel and you’ll appre
wealth of the Euphrates valley by1 the
- - Mtns name - she will lie allowed
-••----- J of death for ti e murder of hl* uncle 1» make arrangement, for a^trip to Eu
ciate this: and besides you will be able te ride
rop . where he goe. to lake clinical
providing an outlet for its produce tosmssh to her heart** .■nntent.
t rokedown and cried like * child. le*-tur « >n surgery of the rye amt ear
ALL THP TIME. Then too, there will be no
on the international market.
bills, so you'll be mcney ahead by the
It would spjwar that Asia Minor
Those Englishmen who recom
end of the year.
is destine 1 to rival, or perhaps mended the relinquishment of this provoked the hand to commit il»o expe t to go a. far south as Italy,
ff ral Mise, ri Ade itwtai
We are talking about
displace, the United dlates as the
awful murder! 1 Could theie tie a and w ill r>~ gone all rumin* r.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Shortest and Quickest Line
Barker Gun Works,
0. J. FOSS,
You Can Cut It With an Axe
great grain-producing country of
the world. Acoordmg to German
authority in Babylonia, renowed
of old for its fertility, there are
sixty million acres of rich alluvial
soil admirably adapted for the pro
duction of ceieals.
TWENTIETH CENTURY MARTYS
The martyrs of the first centuries |
of Christianity find til companion*
ship io this vaunted Fwanlieth
century. Rev John R Hynes,
•gent of the American B hie So
ciety in China, in his annual re
port, just given to the public, says
“more than forty thousand native
converts, including Roman Catbo-
li«w, met death with heroism worthy
of the best age of the church.”
Such wanton sacrifice of human
life—and the past is not wanting io
many such instances—leads one
to the belief that the so-called di
vine origin of man is really st
ir i but* bls to the devil.
Northwest to the United States for
the sole reason that the ‘‘blasted’*
salmon would nut rise to a fly lived
before the spoon book ar.e. The
seductive, twirling, sinning bit ot
metal now lure* the sslmou to death
at the Oregon City falls, furnishing
great sport for fishermen.
A sick man, destitute and neg
lected, cared for only by a brother
of unsound mind,died from lack ot
ears within four mile* of Portland
the other day. It was the old story,
The case was reported to the au-
thorities but they took their time.
And the man died.
Li Hung Ch «ng trust, th* Ameri
can*. He a-k* General Cluff-» to
leave enough soldier* tiehind when
he depart* from Pekin to police the
city. Lt i* suspicious of other na
Portland gambler* do busine«#,
though not on the c.psn-d.x’r plan.
They ahi. tile and deal the seductive
pasteboards behind locked doors
Ot course anyone who baa the least
desire to gamble can get through
Harry*—I bave * suit «>( clothe*
From east to west Oregon ia 370
every day in the week.
muss across, sud 270 mile,
i'srrye—Why, every tim* I see
from north to south, giving it an % « i V hi have on the s«me suit.
area of 05,000 square mile*. Th*
i »ri \ *— Well. ibis is th* one.
acreage is greater than that of all
A N* * York newspaper Ivlier
the New England states, 5» ret Vir-
gioia and Delaware added, or written the week after Easter says
greater than the aggregate of New "many of the ladies of fa-hion are
York, Pennsylvania and Delaware, this week in retreat in some of the
or Iowa and Ohio, or Illinois and religion* born«* " Vv hat mu*t be
Louisiana, or of th* total area of thought of eueb religion that may
, l>* put ou and off as a cloak'
England, Scotland an I Wales.
THE GOODYEAR fr~.Tspi’2
' borough bred
Jack * Prince" will
• tatid the -ea-on of
I mil at Hpnngfl«ld
» <1 Cloverdale.
(thr**e mile* eaat of
TERMS** IS «aa Ira
-T' THE GOODYEAR TIRES RlTIBER CO.. AKRON, 0.
Snell Yale Cycle Co. Dislrib-tcrs. Oregonian Building, Ptrllard. Oreg.
*n Wiot-* ww Desuno
tg m*w tkes
HAHUFACTSRt H 5
Direct from quarries in New England.
1 wo more cars on the wav.
None furnish better work.
None in th.* val'.ley handlff in larger quantities
Hence ouk prices ARE
---- — RIGHT.
Write for booklet.
EUGENE GRANITE AND MARBLE WORK
W. W. HARTIN, Prop
i» Anni irr apirndid line
Bffiìar correct inòpie
ansi risai m price
no reflection so
1 dainty, no li^ht <0
, charming as the
I mellow glow that
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