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with the despotic ' Russian autocrat
Weekly Eugene Guard I that
would crush all liberty of
Note and Comment
Not Loyal to His Chief.
NEW STORE FOR
_ NINTH STREET
This looks like treason! Otto T.
President Smith of the Mormon
thought and a ction among his sub-
Barnard,of the class of '78, Lrrtrsd x-
France la reported as threatening aud^be admits the predicament into clog Secretary of War Tatf at a dinner
to go to the aid of Russia. It does which hie plural marriages havo got and reception of tbe Yale Club* the
not seem possible, though, that her him. When asked why he considered other day, took occasion to remark: Commercial Club Will Meet the J K. Neal Will Soon Open <t
1 have ths pleasure of presenting
President Joseph Smith, of the statenmen would embroil the country it necessary to have issue r>y his plu
locket Stere in Old Opera
Alco Club on the Evening
the Secretary of War, William H.
Mormon chutch, will have not a little in a war that could only bring her
Taft, who was Judge Taft, then Gov
public sympathy In hie statement loss of life aud great expense. But born before unlawful cohabitation ernor Taft, is now Secretary of War,
Arrangements have been made for a,
before the senate committee that is there is the hatred of Germany was declared a crime might be cared aud President Taft that la to be. To
Investigating ¡Senator Smoot that be 1 prompting France. Undoubtedly ber for, as he’l.a ! made excuse,|be frankly mauy of us be Is, in addition to all bowling contest between the Com-1 J. K. Neal, recently from Kansas,
merclai Club, of this city, and the, has leased the west room of E. H. In
preferred to disobey the law rather 1 people look forward to an boar when responded as did the first man Adam, that, just plain Bill Taft.
gham's old opera bouse building on
Now there ia not th« least hit of Aloo Club, of Albany, to occur
than f >andon his five wives and I France and Russia may crush Ger- and laid the blame on the woman, or
at the latter place on the evening of. East Ninth street, aud carpeuters are
now at work putting in shelving and
their children. Still be deserves I many as the miller crashes grain be- rather in his case women: “Be doubt about Theodore Roosevelt Wednesday, March ICth.
Thia will be the third match be-' making other alterations for a “rack-
severest condemnation for being a tween the upfer aud netber stone. cause my wives are like all other wo tbii king himself tbe one bright par
men. It Is necessary to maintain ticular star in the Republican firma tween the club teams, and should
" store, to be put in soon by Mr.
beast in a civilized country in Revenge la so sweet, and the ally tLat
have taken place here, but It was im-' Neal,
taking five women iuto marital rela ' can make that revenge poealblemua
Ihe new place will be ready tor
tween myself and my good wives. didate for President, even allows such possible for the Albany club men to
tione at the same time, bu-h prac- , • beaided in the hour of need,
get away from home, so our team will business io about a week, so Mr.
That is the kernel in the nut. That use of his name without protest, he
Neal informs the Guard. He has pur-
tlce is abhorrent to our civilization, 'Senator
McLaurin, of Mississippi
should get out of the President’s offl-! go there to meet them.
Tbe Alco Club men has been for- chased a part of hie stock in San
and the penitentiary, not the senate, I furnishes the latest origin cf the is why I have chosen not to obey the
should receive Senator Smoot. That I term “painting things red.” He laws of my state prohibiting polyga cial family without being kicked out, tunate in winning both previous con- »Francisco, but the remainder has
mous cohabitation.’’ Adam tried to foe kicked out be would get a certain tests, but the local club men have been ordered from the East, and will
he would defend bis bestiality under aayg ¡4 originated in his state half a
not arrive until after the store will
condone his fault by laying it on mount of sympathy which he < Auld i been takingmore interest in the game,
the pretext of religion makeB his case i century
l l- nil JI a^jf
aud have made a marked improvement have been open some time.
“The woman gave me of not deBerre.
He cannot de- | 0I1 U)e Mississippi was an every day Eve:
so much the worse.
Score one more point for Ninth
tbelr scores since, and hope
the tree and 1 did eat.’’
! street. Business establishments are
to win the coming contest
ceive the public with such a plea. Of event. At the start of the race the now
some six thousand years
1 springing up ou all sides on that
all thia dirty mess of Mormonism the |captain would shout at the firemen:
More significant than all elie U the
later this old buck Mormon son
innocent offsprings alone deserve “paint things red, boys.” Where- ’ of Adam makes practically the act that the United States has com
| upon tbe men would heap on coal I
same defense for disobedience—lays menced this new century with over
O B Tout, formerly reporter for the
J and wood until the furnaces glowed it on Eve’s daughters. “It is neces 17,1X10,000 children in school, over
Moray L. Applegate, graduate of Guard, will take a position on the
Other places than
the United j so that the crimson glare could be I sary to maintain peace, harmony and 15,000,000 of these in the public
the University, who has been in the raportorial staff of the Morning Ore-
States work the Insanity dodge. 'seen tor miles ut bight. In that way 1
good will between myself and my cbools—children of the plain people, Philippine islands for a couple of goniau at Portland iu a few days.
A German prince serving a sentence
of free, 1 .w-abiding, self respecting, years past,- is now at bt. Louis, SU- He was compelled to quit work cu too
the term “painting things red” came good wivas.” The old sinner!
for murdering natives in German
people, looking up to no superiors, perintending the placing of the Phil Telegram some time ago on account
to mean a lively time either on water
Africa has finally been released on I
masters of their own ilvee; ippine exhibits to the World’s Fair. of ill health, which is now much im
Portland’s popular evening paper,
the ground of inianity. The worst
children well fed, well housed, well Nr. Applegate, while in this country, proved.
the Oregon Dailj Journal, has an I n. unshod, looking forward with will make it a point to visit his alma
of such cases is that the “insane”
Four families of immigrants arrived
nounced that, beginning with March j clear, bright eyes through the open mater at commencement time. He last nigbt from Lexington, Kentucky,
murderer is not locked up in an in-
has been remarkably successful in hie
Training the Child.
20tb, it will hereafter issue a Sunday gateways of boundless opportunity
sane syalum bnt turned loose, He
foreign career, but is doubtless glad to make their boa.es in Lane couLty.
Mr. Howellfl, iu tbo current Har- moruing edition. Tbc Journal, since
Boarding bouse grumblers must
is insane only just so long as
in this free republic, where the to visit America again.
per’» Weekly, does not shore the1 p8 advent iuto Oregon newspaper
boycotting hash, i.s a hoard cf
is being tried for bis crime.
highest rewards are to be won by
A marriage license was issue i yes inquiry, ordered by tbs commissary
common fear of spoiling the child ^om two years ago, has grown beyond
individual enterprise aud where not terday to Prof. A. T. Giugett, well
p- ' all • expectations
of its mauy admirers, wealth, nor birth, nor social posi known in Laue county, but now at general of the U. 8 ermy, has re
l'he Japanese minister at Berlin in- by sparing the rod; fie would, 011
ported that h ’.ell is u substanial,
forms bis friends privately that the
t newspaper. tion, but the personal qualities ol Jefferson, to Miss Ella May Winn, savory and nutritious food.
Japanese army bus won a series of i the child, a view which he upholds I Its Sunday edition is bound to prove
the mon himself, whether he be also well knowu bere.
trilliant victories the just week, Lu. with keen good sense and some effec.! popular.
rich or poor, are the sole title to the
“public announcement thereof is tive aoarasm. Very often, he Bug- j
distinction arul the great»J
medicines, using his ‘ Golden Medica.'
do they do gents, the little people aro oftener1
Discovery,’ ‘Favorite Prescription’ and
their fighting that nobody but the well meaning in their lll-doit:gs than I
‘ Pleasant Pellets,’ and in two
Chvinport 0.1 Senator tlanni.
months’ time I was feeling better than 1
Japanese can give news of the “series otherwise:
“It is a mistake of their imperfect
cartoonist, Homer ■ The Czar is very anxious tn go to V7her© Do They Come From? had for years before. I can truthfully
of brilliant victories? Have they
say Dr. Pierce’s medicines did me more
Davenport, first came iuto promi- j the front, aud depart bitnseU an ba- I
good Haul any I had ever taken.’’
got private battle grounds fenced
tive, and ignorance of the relation nence by his phenomenally ugly and | oniea the ornper r of all the Rue I A great deal of philosophizing has
A LESSON TO HEED.
1 h-ei ddiie in the endeavor to determine
between cause and effect that is to abusive cartoons of Ilauua, in the jsias. As the young man has been ¿he cause of dreams. At the best, tha
If there is one thing more than another
blame, rather than their wills or pas first McKinley campaign. During favored in his life.Ja change from the juestion is left unsettled, tiie materialist taught by Mr. Copenhaver's experience
\ ho relates all dreams to physical causes
is that it is a waste of time, money and
A masked highwayman held up a sions. The sins of these come much Hanna’s illness, the great caitoonist, winter palace to a camp on the .¿etuing to have a shade tiie better of the it
health to delay the use of Dr. Pience’»
Salvation Army man on the road near later in life, as every reader who is
irgument. It is, however, certain that Golden Medical Discovery when the
soeniin gjy smitten with remorse io banks of the Yalu may n'.t i- aroese womanly intuition and motherly experi- stomach
is diseased, whether or not
Santa Cruz, California, yesterday honest must own,aud so do the much
.nce furnish a solution of the common other organs are involved. Here is a
his former work, desired to express
morning at the point of a pistol, darker sins of spiritual urrogance, of
record of treatment by three physicians,
in some measure his true estimate he has been accustomed. There may mce to practical good sense. When with ” little benefit" as the best result ol
threatening to blow out bis bralnH hard self-deceit, of tlio cruel hjpvC-1
of Hanna. The following from the be fighting blood in his veins from ittle Willie wakes shrieking in the night their treatment; the use of ” several
if he did not yield up his money. risy which displays the consciousness
ind has been quieted a id comforted, nis widely advertised patent medicines ”
Cincinnati Enquirer of,Feb. Utb tells his German and Danish ancestors, mother remarks to her husband: nI with no result but " temporary relief
“God bless you, shoot,’’ said the of its
meannops in severity to- | the story:
aud, perhaps, he will have abundant wonder what Willio could have eaten to while using ; ” aud all this at an expense
Salvationist, when the wculd-be rob waids any offender.
The parent j While speeding toward Cincinnati opportunities to display his bellig have made him have such frightfi^ of time, money and suffering. Then he
dreams.” She puts her finger at once
Dr. Pierce’s medicines, and in two
ber lowered his gun and walked uway. who rightly conceives hie duty to' yesterday on his return from a lectuie erent qualities while commander-in- rig lit on the ill used stomach as the im "tried
mouths’ time was feeling better than for
A very pretty story, still not la the his child, knows that it is bringing tour covering a large portion af the chief of the Russian forces. After mediate cause of the nocturnal disturb- years before.” There are thousands of
■»nce. She has right on her side. A dis- similar cures on record. They all point
best discretion. It is happening in him up quite us often as he is it. and , South, Mr. Homer C. Davenport, the lie returns from the tented field
he jfdered stomach cau disturb the whole to the same fact. The prompt use of
some part of the country most every that he cannot too much humble.
may change his views on the questton body ; oct the heart galloping, check the Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery
Euquirer that he would lie glad to re
saves health, time and
day that footpads and burglars shoot himself to learn it.”
money. The reason why
main in this city long euougb to of universal peace among nations,
treatments do not
men who do not piomptly obey their
.-, fev.A¿ua '■■V/-«
A single American system, the I draw a cartoon expressive of his own and arbitration being the best means
produce lasting benefit,
and the nation’s sympathy for Sena of settling international disputes.
and other widely adver
Peuusylania Railroad, curries more
tised medicines give only
freight than all the lines combined
temporary relief while
The tender pathos and sorrow de
they are being used, is
That grandest of advertisements and I f
pleted in tiie faces of the figures
Congressman Williams gave Presi of any other nation.
because they are only pal
liatives. They relieve dis
dent Roosevelt’s pretensions of being
as opium relieves
the circus parade, is threatened with
suoli a firm friend of the negro, as lion dollars were spent in Germany
pain while it is being
lust year for alcoholic liquor,. Thia | Duvenpurt looks upon Ohio's rugged extinction. Anybody at all familiar
used. Dr. Fierce’s Golden
evidenced by bis appointments of
Medical Discovery cures
is au average of
per bead for per-1 Senator as being one of tin great with circus management knows that;
negro postmasters Iu the South, a
disease perfectly and per
figures of the age. “I want in some
eons over 15 years of age.]
manently, because it goes
very scientific punoture the other
way”, said he, “ta say to the thou
to the root. It does not
Congress has appropriated $8,000 sands who have looked upon tny j see the parade, and that the latter, if
day. Be said ¡"When a question is
deal with effects but
It cures diseases
raised against the appoiutment of a to pay Kansas farmers tor chickens
of the stomach and other
1 revere and honor him above all gree, instills into them the desire to |
negro to a position
organs of digestion and
men iu public life.”
stay for the performance. But now
nutrition, and increases
statement Is made that there can be diers In the late army maneuers.
Below the cartoon, and over his sig
the supply of pure, rich
the suggestion is made—and it is said
on seconnt of
blood, which u the life
nature Mr. Daienport writes:
to come from what corresponds to the
and health of the body,
color, but tbe administration would
“Senator tlanna's career proves that
"trust” in circus affairs—that if all •ksid fori. :. rt the nerves to throbbing
not appoint a Chinaman as a post
no honest man need fear a cartoon.
circus proprietors abaudon the purude «lid the head .o <i bi;
Ahi ost everv- are usually worked-Out people. They
master ou the Pacific Coast if be is authority
Starting Into public life in the '96 tiie populace will come to the show 'x»ly at some time or mother experi- are worn-out because they are
more energy than they can store up
the ability of Li Hung that the United States navy ranks
I lampaign, he basj beeu the target of
in numbers just as great, or Lt they -uit of a disordered stomach. But the every day. Human energy comes (aom
Chang.” And just the same President third in point of tonnage end first
vicious, even brutal, cartoons, almost1
great evil comes wla.ii teaiporary dis- food. Food is the fuel of the body, and
don't it doesn't matter, for ttie re-' >rd< r giv. ; '.,ce to j, ,-ruunetit disease its heat is converted into motion. When
Roosevelt is not appointing negroes for equipment. One good battleship
continually, aud yet has risen until i
fire under the steam engine dies
duced expenses will give a larger >f tiie stomach. Then come the dis the
to otilco iu the North, where there counts for more thau a dozen obso-,
down from want of fuel the power gives
quieting day dreams of the dyspeptic,
joday he is the strongest figure In 1
profit on reduced receipts. Muob of who sees t.ieaiius m Lis IcieuJs uad foes out, the engine slows down ana ul
are electoral votes tj bo lost. So lets craft, the latter being lit for
American politics. Should be pass I
timately stops. When the food-fuel of
the rolling stock aud horseflesh car in his own household.
far as the electorial vote of the South little else thau training ships aud
the engine of the body is reduced the
away in bis present illness, an eutire *
a wise wATcirwoao.
power gives out, and la time the body
ried by a circus is used for the pa
is concerned It makes no difference police duty. It is little less than
nation will mourn.”
Take care of the stomach and the bodv stops activity, because it is starved. But
rade alone, aud represents au Im
how many negro office holders are murder to place men on antiquated
will take care of itself, is the waUlsword if there be abundant fuel in the fire-box
appoi ited for that section.
He has warships aud scud them to battle. 1
of health. True, not all diseases reach of the steam engine without proper com
the body through the stomach, but in so bustion, there is a Loss of power just the
nothing to lose there.
A case iu point was that i at Santiago
many cases diseases of other organs may same. And that’s the way it is with the
It appears rather odd to tead In whore the Americans sank the Span- The Scripps-McKae Telcgrap'iic
klr. lleaist, who heired so many be traced directly to the diseased stomach man. He may have abundant food, but
that it is surely true that the man with a if it is not properly digested aud assimil
the Prineville Journal that a young tarda as if they were cockle shells.
millions from nis father, is not con soutrtl stomach has the best chance of ated, and so converted into blood, the
gives out, the strength fails.
lady of that town “has been couflued For a fighting ship, whatever its
tent with three metropolitan papers preserving sound health. It is because power
"Newspaperdotn," the well known
at cures diseases of the stomach and Food digested and assimilated furnishes
to her home several days with la class may be, the beet Is none too
hailing from New York, Chicago and other organs of digestion and nutnupa the power that runs the heart, the lungs,
New York publication, gives out the
the liver, the kidneys—every organ of
grippe.” As if home1 was not the good.
Sian Francisco. He has secured a that Dr. Pierce»« Golden Medfcal Dis the txxly. When the food is not di
information that the Publishers’
I Ince where she could be fouud must
gested aud assimilated, then there is a
b Hiding on Heston's Newsiwper Row, people to sound physical health.
Press Association, the ,eastern ally
an! is puttiug in foundations for
Mr. O. S. Copenhaver, of Mount Union, reduction of physical power felt by every
ff the twenty-four hours of the dav.
organ of the body, and the result is
of the Scripps-McRae Association'
presses, it is s*id the Boston dally Huntingdon Co., Pa., (Box 222), writes: " weak " heart, " weak ” lungs, sluggish
Yri Idi-nt Smith of the Mormon
"About twelve years ago I was suddenly
Tiie tire which destroyed the great- has, through the New York Times,
will appear on the streets of the Hub taken with a pain in the pit of the liver, "weak * kidneys, etc. By enaming
tiie Senator Suioet
church, I >fore
>r part of the city of Baltimore secured the full war news service of
Stomach, which was so violent I could tiie perfect digestion and assimilation m
iu April. The Hearst daily xt St ■bt^alk straight. It would grow more the food eaten, Dr. Pierce’s Golden Med
scarcely b 11 made ii good start before the London Times, which is acknowl
severe until it caused waterorash and ical Discovery enables the building up
Louie is also assure!.
i aid the Lard gave him bis five wives
the president of tlic Baltimore News »JgoJ tub) tue most complete and
♦omiting of a slimy yellow water. I of the whole body into a condition af
«".) It would be unjust for him to
a physician and he told me •trength and »ounil pbvsical health.
Co. left i >r New York, lie Imuiedi- xt e st.e of uiiy newspai er in ex
Sick people, especially those suffering
While Minnesota is one cf the best I had B form of dyspepsia aud treated
1 irsake them. ” The Lord givi th and ntely puroli ised tixi entire plant of
me for about six mouths with but little from chrome diseases, are invited to con-
istence. “Newspaperdcm" says:
dairy states, it- dairymen are obliged benefit. I a ll kept getting so weak I s.flt Dr. Fierce, By letter, fra, and so
th' l.i rl aketh away,” quoted Sen- the Phil .deiphia Times aud made ar
" The i ublishers' Press »cored a clev to IsiilJ veryB warm
stables (or could «cnrrtly walk. I then tried an obtain, without- charge, the opiui.m of a
slot ir Bailey of Tex is, very appositely, rangements tn New York for extra
er news beat cn all its rivals Wedues theii*cows, and even thin lose much other physician and he told me my liver specialist on tlsrir ailments. Al* corres
But the old Mormon with
was out of order and that I hud iudiges- pondence strictlv confidential. Address
linotype ma’hiues and presses tc day, being the first to report the
as a result of cold weather in wlntei. tibn. He gave me a treatment mrd i got Dr. R. V. Pierce' Buffalo, N. Y.
tve wul 1 rot acquirer«.
equip the new plant of the Baltimore daring teat o' the Japanese lu their
some better, bat only for a short time.
Mc.’oonell. dairy and food I then trier! w< ‘.her one
in «!« r-tnuil it that way, ’ waa all he News. Wlnle all th$ property of the
said I had
Dr. Pierce’s Common Sense Metical
«ii bavi.r to block the harbor at Port
News wn- burned to the ground, not Arthur. ” This splecdid service is ccmmiMiouar for the state, says: ch-nrut indigestion tdeeraflon of the Adviser, containing more than a thou
liuii -g of tl.e stomach, torpid liver and sand large
and over 700 illustra
u singly iss i ■ was missed, l he paper f;:r:;i.i.:*.l the Daily Guard and othfr ‘•Tn<! loss to the dairymen cf <be kidney affection. He treated me (or tions, is seutpr,-r on receipt of stamps to
is credited with having the largest western dalllas belonging to the Northwest dork •; the recant extreme
di I not last I then took to usin^ several one-ceut stamps for the book in papes
■ireulatlon of any putT'sbed south of Scripps McRao Assoc’ tion.
widely advertised patent madkuiss, but covers, or jt stamps for the cloth-boa nd
tecei’.ed no more than tcinpurerv relief volume. ¿Adrese De. R. V. Lket-e, Bui-
will uboui t to a futuli us sum.'*
Auui'i ujt .oui tor >.i<<»
wlule usiag. I then trvnl Dr. Pierce s falo, N. Y.
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