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ucer.e Weekly Guard
C ampbell ; brothers
ple of Oregon that ba will build bis
lines into Portland, and »ell* us that
Oliane'! every Friday, Eugene Ore
Oregon’s Golden Opportunity
with a 40-foot channel to the sea be
will make Purtlaud lbs greatest ship
riubscriptiou price, •1.50 per y»ar if
paid in Advance; •2.00 at end ot year plug port of tbe A'eat. In tbi* state
meat he virtually gives ths informa
Entered at the Engene, Oregon,
that be will help make tbe Ore-
postoffllo* »• «eoond cl*«» matter
g n metropolis tbe city of tbe Pacific
euHst aud at the same time tbe infor
le a death blow to the
An Honest Assessment
Puget Sound cities I d case that 10-
about excessive tax
be 4.» ci Jed.
All this howl
property be e- ■ cred -t its real value.
James J. HlH baa lut or mad tbe peo
tout cbantu 1 is made.
If we had a dalega’ion in congress
we could secure government aid, but
So many perple, old and young, are
affected witn varieacd** that a me.*nv
of having it cured was something long
sought for, and medic’ll science ba»
been at fault uutil very recently. Dr.
Darrin, et Ho'el Stneed-, Eugene. is
new able to sccumpll.b it, absolutely
without pain or detention from bo»i
ness, so th** curs Is DermaLmot and
lasting. As s proof ot this assertion
we refer, by permls«li ", to A. J Arm
strong, cutter and chief a-sistnrit of
“Nicoll, the tailor." al 80 Third
street, Portland. Read hi« card:
with (be entire delegation either con
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
indicted, or lu some way mixed
place railroads end other corporations
Without sclicitatlon I volunteer u;
on the same basis as other propstty up In land fraud matters, we are in testimonial lu favor of Dr. Oarrlu
wbo cured me of an aggravated os*e
There would be no necessity then a serious condition.
of varicocele of tnaui years' etaud
Portland Lonuot do this work •’obe
of making excessive lerles lu order
Had despaiiel ot cure until
to raise need» d funds. Mllb railroad- and it I» probable the state will have eight years ago 1 tried Hr. Darrin'»
assessed at from use eleventh to 011*- to help, aa it benefits us all alike. If new method aud was permanently
twenletb of their actual value, what it were cot for the hoggish attitude cf cured, and bare bad no return ,f tbe
cau we expect other than levies ex < ortlaud io Its grasping mauner cf trouble. 1 most emphatically recom-
wanting all tbe state institutions maud Dr. Dsrrin as a skillful physi
ceding the limit?
a straightforward man it
everlastingly clan and
By getting ou an honest basis end
I ousibeae. Will gladly confer with any
by keeping officials’ salaries from “knocking” at tbe entire state, a bet o e, either lu peraou or by I-1 ter. at
being raised by every legislstnre, It ter fe. Hug would prevail toward that 8n Third street, where 1 bare beet
faot, it wonld tie better to reduct city. An Instance of the Port.ano employed tor years.
J. J. ARMSTRONG.
gieed is iu the exposition, for which
rather than raise these salaries.
CURED BY DK. DARRIN.
th* stste responded liberally,
which has been nearly entirely usurp
ed as a Portland concern.
wants to be governor of Oregon,
be, bo* h.
good be will
will not be a ring or factiou man,and
he wants to see the entire ticket elect
ed and ends by saying that be pledge-
bla hearty support to tbe entire tick
et, whether nominated or not.
evidently of small calibre and should
neither tc nominated or elected.
mao who states be
John H. Mitebell, Congressman Wil
liamson or Hny other man because he
was nominated on a certain ticket 1»
a dangerous man to society aud th.
state at large.
Thia class of men
We must encourage the Hill systeu
and we must have that 10-foot chan
Is what cause.-
high taxes and a low order of oftloial.-
that should place principle before
party or men.
nel to the sea.
Hili is a rnan o' fee
but he can be relied upon iu •
( piieitly in all bis statement».
today the ablest railroad magnate in
ami bis iuvading our ter
ritory means much for tbe futnre of
Poitlaud must have a 40-
J. W. Pate, Jefferson, Or., rbeums-
tl-m and daihet's; cured.
A. G. Byera, of Independence, total
Mrs. r. James, Salem, female trou
ble, tumor, heart trouble aud bead-
B U. Dove's daughter, Salem, die
beta«; cured ten years ego.
Heury Vurgell, Medford, Or , deaf
L. Ewsuaon, Bro*nbsoro,Or., deaf
Mrs. Wm. Drurcbel, Canby, Cr.,
foot cbaunei to the sea, and we need
total deafness; cured.
a uew delegation in congress to help
Charles Carney, Jacksonville, Or.,
catarrh for years; cured.
Mrs. Martha Woodruff, Cleveland.
Or., partial paralysis; cured.
Wm. Hunter, Eugene, Or., catarrh
That “love feast” idea shoo'd cer
twenty years; cured years ago.
tainiy be poitponed until after tbe
Dr. Darrin can be consulted free
trials are completed In the land fraud from 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. daily until
Chargea no« Í10 a
cases. With Mitchell and William November 12.
son convicted, Hermann indicted and mouth for time required.
the jolly Senator Fulton being asked
to appear as a
Honors for Thieves
witness aud explain
some of bia letters to those wbo de
President MoCall, of ths big Eqult
frauded the government of ita lands,
It would seem that the “love feast”
gloried the other day In telling how
had already proceeded too far.
he had helped save the country lu giv
able Life Insurance Company,
ing 115(1,(MSI of the Equitable
holders* money for
Senator Fultou will net be convict
ed or even Indicted, but It Is expeeted
pelgti purpesee—in effect to corrupt ■ that letters and evidence will be pro-
voters. And now a salaried lobbyist i daced that will put the seuator in bis
of the Mutual Life teatitles that tbe political grave.
New York Life, Equitable and Mu-
President Roosevelt la astern foe to
tual Life contributed equally to h
the cowaidly persons wbo use the
to prevent leglalallcu
press to defame public men. His let
which they deemed inimical to tbeir
ters to Mr Loomis shows that insida-
Interests I y the Iowa legislature. An
011s means were at work to malign
unfortunate wbo goes out aud steals
that ex-aesletaut secretary of state.
a tlve-dollar cayuee got« a term In the
penitentiary while tbeee self-"oufe*eed
WANTED TO BE
And It will start number
is Increasing all the time.
received an ovation Saturday from
less plows throughout the valley.
Hi. Louie is determined to show AD
tbe ^aetiington people that rivalled form,
sults have been
that glveu to Rockefeller tbe other sgainst millionaire tax dodgers, and
day lb Cleveland.
actions are about to be brought
inclination, with other cities, to
against those who have permitted tbe
Tbs stores that ativertlse are the moguls to avoid paymeut of their
ouea that it la u>o»t advautageus to ‘ hare of the public turden.
trade at because they are enterprising
and uot grasping.
They deal with j Eugeue Is big enough and should
depends ou a few drop-lu cus
tom* re to make a big profit off each
Bert E. Dunton, of Harney county,
and Mis« Loura Grousbsok, of Co
I his system In connection with Port-
land rnenas branches up tbe McEeo- barg, were married Thursday evening,
Dot. 5, 19lK>, at the personage of tte
rie, down the Siuelaw aud other feed Christian church, In thia otly, Rev.
the publlo with liberality av.d their encourage
large patmuafu enable« them to sell
good* ou a I«-* matglu than tbe store I
looking individual ap-
proacned Chief of Police Stiles tbi»
afteruoou and taking him off to one
"Hay, 1 am iD the habit
of getting on protraoted sprees. When
I get drunk 1 wish you would lock
me up." Toe chief 1 epl led that be
certainly would, aud the seedy indi
vidual at once proceeded to “liquor
up.” Hie wish will probably be com
plied with before uight.
electric car system.
tbtoughout the county aud will
J. 8. McCallum officiating.
Tbe ouinf wratlve expense of advertis quickly place Eugene eecond in the
ing dews i
lie«*.- »¡tats any advauce I let of Oregon cltiM
Let us work
Use Sectnlty stock remedies for
tn the price ui guods. in fact, it is together mid eucoursge an electric your horses. MoDey back if uot sat
the gnaA osdlum that permits ot re- systorn throughout I-atie county.
Tbe visit ot tbe Taft party to tbe
Sell your poultry. Scobeit ,t Dodge
Philippines surely will result io leg- pay highest cash prices,
▼•r ft*. «i<t an?
Rte . •
elation st the next session of con
once to secure long term contracts
with ths refinery before planting the
next crop. Otherwise the Sugar Trust
■II nee this redutdon ot tariff as an
ament to deprive tbe planter cf a
na( '• price for bls product, and
Im absolutely at its meicy.
«ewers will result in saving
ode of dollars, and secure
>a;v ol tbe profits made
¿Kim/JiM Seul *
Aperfecl R.medy I'orConstipa
lion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea
iVorins .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
Tac Simile Signature of
The A'len <*«nn»ry, of Eugene
siies to purchase potatoes and
pay the hivbext market price,
dress Allen Canning Compauy
miles sw. of Engene,
1« hereby withdrawn from the marke
until further notice.
Should Be a Frost
Aft>er i 25 Year ■
Dr. M. G. E. BF.nnett'
Successor to Dr. H. E. Penland.
Acute and Cbr-inic Disease» date?
Office cerner <rt m.d UUlamve
Phone Red 1831
Mrs Anna Maurer
Osteopath physician. All cun
diseases treated. Worrep and eli
dren a specialty. Of flees over F.
Dann's. 'Phuiie Red 1(531.
M c D ougal
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
In addition to geneial practice sped
attention given to diseases of vmai
Office over Preston ml H'.l
Phone Black 1M1
UO w«t tth S--
Res: Phene Red 785
a. t.c ;v
Fd rtrarj ScwiM
DR. J. CHRISTIE
Secretary and treasurer of the Board of Yetnn(
Medical Examiner«. Duu»rsiic anima * Of *><
treated on tetentifle nHed-'e«
Located a» Ban «’ Stable. Fn-nw
J J. Walton
Will practice iti all ine courts it
Office—Room No. 1. >-aitun bp
Note and Comment
Of Success In cur ng Stomach. Liver
A. C. Woodcock
Rowe disorders, you ought not to have
c ibt aa to the ability >t the Bitters
> *OOtK OCK At POTTEK
Following tbe present excellent con cire you.
AT TORN EYP-AT-U
Then why delay, and thua j. ro
tinued story. “Jess à Co.,” tbe ll"-.g your suffering rnd make a cure bO
Office- One-half block south of <
Guard will give its readers tbe great much harder?
Eugene, < tW
story, “The Witch of Cragenstnck, ”
This story will appear only in tbe
LOU16 E BEAN
Guard In Eugens.
stories ere the best money can buy
aud are published ouly from writers
Office Ai new Mu loi.» Block,
of national reputation. The Guard
It and 15. Special attend*11*"*
leads in serial stories, as well as local
land and mining matters
and telegraphic news.
stomach I ! has proven its worth
1- ngene. Oregon
M> many time« th,-
«ITTEflS * I ; we
do not hesitate r.
ANDREW L. CHEZEM.
»vir.o that it will
Don’t Borrow Trouble
Lteycu, too. Try Ten years actual
experience in State and Feder*•»
It is a tad habit to borrow any
a today For.
Collections, Abstracts, Land Title« and Suit*, "
thing, tut the worst thing you can
bate Matters, Estates. Etc.
possibly borrow 1s trouble.
Loans at 7 per cent.; Time and Termi tera
u’_or*' beavy,^weary and worn out
Fanns and limber L-rnds So.d.
; by the pains and poisons of dyspep
Office and Residence over Frank DunBlw’*
sia, hlllloiienese. Bright's disease aud
City and Country Phones. Eugene.
similar internal disorders, don't sit
down aud brood over jour symptoms
bat fly for relief to Electric Bitters’
Here yon wl.’l find sure and perma
t is excellent. EUGENE MARBLE and
nent forgetfulness o» w 11 your trou
Weak Women ere
biee and your .'ody will not be bur
dened by a load o.' debt disease. At
A'. L. DeLano's drug store. Price
E. C. LAKE, Prop.
Top cub FOR SALE—Hardware sod groceries,
or will exchange for prodace. For
particulars bring your batter, eggs,
before yoa sell
(Jtnttlm berk wanted.
price. Scobsrt A Dodge.
Sea Unii A
ness and Rest .Contains neither
Opium .Morphine nor Mineral.
N ot N arcotic .
Do net be made to believe that
they are selling you a S12a buggy for
$90 or S1W just becanse it's you, but
get my prices on A grade topjboggies
and you Will kno* better, ms ?A grade
The Chrlltiau church at Springfield
white hickory are the best made. See
will tomorrow begin a series of reviv
my Hue at
al servicea with Rev. S. 8. Muckley,
of tie First Christian cnur.*h, Port-
latid, as evangelist. Mr .Muckley ie
Sheep for S«le
considered oue of tbe most able
Registered Co's wold burke. J.
preachers in tbe Northwest. He will
be assisted by Miss Vesta Esson, of
Eugene, leading in the song service.
Carlead cf Oliver plows just reoe;v-
All the congregation Is expecting
*d. The kind yon cau always get ex
I great results from this effort, dpriug
field is to be congratulated in secar
lug tbe services of these able Chris
no appetite, cannot
eleep, work or eat? That's tlredne««
and will disappear at once if yon take
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea this
moDth. 35 cents, tea or tablets. Linn
Security gall cure will cure your
boree while he works.
FOR 8ALE—My country store in
Country batter wanted. 8cohsrt A
small town near Eugene, also my 7-
room dwelling and three lota. A
good investment. For particulars
(irttt teedt of all klodt.
call or address this office.
^Vegetable Preparation for As
Uni :he Stomachs and Bowels oi
Articles of incorporation of tbe
Western Oregon Publishing Company
were tiled with tbe county clerk to-
lay. Tbe incorporators ate C. J.
Howard D. M U. Gault aud W H.
Gault. Tbe place of business is gi ven
as Cottage Grove aud tbe capirai
the object» are to co >-
duet a general printing and newspaper
Mr. Howard is postmaster at Cot
tage Grove, aud formerly in tbe newt-
paper business there.
Gault are w»ll known Oregon newepa-
termen, hating formerly conducted
a purer at Hillsboro.
WANTED—Situation as bouskeeeper
by a middleaged lady with one son,
aged 17 year». Address P. O. Box
22t\ Jonction City. Oregon.
For Infants and CM^
Huy your flour and feed at whole
gress that will remove all duties from
sale priota of Scobert A Dodge.
Philippine products coming into tbe
United States. In vie» of this fact
the sugar be*t raiser should begin at I
EXACT COPT OF WRAPPER.
Officer Farrington reports' that he
has served several hundred notices to
property owners tn rebuild nr repair
sidewalks which are In bad condi-
tiou. The order is being pretty gen
erally obeyed aud several miles ot
new sidewalk will at once be hnilt.
Mayor *ilkiu« informs the Guard
that ealKs lu all parts ot tbe city will
te repaired subetaiiially and Engeut
can then boast of having tbe beat
walks of any city in tbe valley.
pilferers of money
held by them In Coming ao early while tbe ground ie
trust, and corrupters of tbe franchise still warm, tbe grass will get a good
and legislatnres, have nothing but start before possible cold weather cau
Tbe Sa.em Journal saye:
The Jregcnisn ie mskirg the mod-
est suggestion that ail tbe norm**
•choois be combine! iu one, and that
they te cjmhiucd witl. the rt ts
university, and tbe wtr 1- eh otiLg
u etch nu*ed to Portland.
Let the state buy the Lewis sLd
Clark fair end make it suntiai appro-
priatlcDS, and keep that at Puitiaud,
cunsoldiatir.g the state lair with it.
There is room for ail at Puttlaud.
Move tbe elate capital into tbe re
fined political atmosphere of the city
ot mcral purity where gambling in
unknown and the churches ouiy are
open on Sunday.
With the fair running the legislator
c uld h't ’te trail on Sunday and hire
a room oo week day* for a friendly
g.me of poker, kuowlug that tte
mayor would never allow him to Le
Aleve tbe fish thscberies. the state
agricultural c-illeg*- >«ud tn» rtaie » oho
factory aud whitewash bo r all t
Portland, tar thiy will heueeilid
«nd tbe state dinuiectaui as well.
Move all tbe new*papeis and all tbe
job printing offices to Portland, aud
have all the state national gu
quartered there all tbe time,
rest of tte people wbo don't 1
cau move out of tbe state.
WAN ! S
CaDiidl and Surplus
Having increased capital
and improved iacilitiea
The Eugene Loan
and Savings Bank
of Eugen«, Or.
a prepared to give you the mow
satisfactory service in every depart
ment of banking.
Depotit» received aubject to
check, and interest allowed on certi-
'cate* of deposit.
made on approved security,
with liberal terms.
. Ser. 1 for our free booklet
to till the new post -a ctesttJW»
road and Te’etteaph
YOUNG MEN .nd LADIES cl ar<dd hsbia to
AND R. R. ACCOUNTING
We furnish 75 per cent, of the
Station Agent« tn America.
’arge«t exclusive Telegraph .ch'*’ ”
WORLD. Katab.ithed 20 yean »nd
leading Railroad Officials.
We execute a $250 Bond to e*-ery r3
furnish hiai or het a pcaition paying •’
m State« east of
tc SluOa month in •
Rock.es. ’MMRDHTRLY UPON GR*
S’udents can enter at any time. No v»
hili particullan regarding any of -u
direct to onr executive office