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Eugene Weekly Guard
bolding bar face
and Lead in a
*“pbliaoed every Friday, Eugeoe Ore
Entered at tbe Eugene, Oregon,
poatoffllce a» ««ootid cla«s matter
oo a dog llceoae b*d
instrumentality of tb)
eaya Miss excited preacher.
year», has undergone a gradual sexual
leit alone till tbe next day ioatead ot
Mary Best, living as a woman for 34
Here is tbe Grego-
"Prospective rural bridegrooms fre
tranaformatlon till a surgical operH
quently apply at tbe lioeuae depart
tbe other day brought ber to
realize tbe fact that »b»i was indeed
ment of tbe city auditor'» office foi
«omao she was tail, broad-
Idered aud very handsome, •
to secure tbe coveted der-ou
-sseuted tbeuiselve» at tbe »icense
bair and bine eye«. «1« counter in tbe city ball aud
was strong, bad rather large feet aud 1 naked far a liceuae, without
hands for a woman, sad walked with mg auy particular kind.
a maouiab stride. In spite of these 1 Auditor Pie'ce was on dnty,
"Tuesday a verdant-looking couple
oblivious to tbe
courthouse, Is the proper peraoa from
strong, rotust girl, with an abnormal
fondues* for tbe sport* of boys,
t-eiug during the rush hours, was ex
her ceedingly strenuous. Owing to tbe
sus activity of the poundiuanster recent-
face, she never bad tbe slightest
picion of tbe change to life sbe was
chose girl companions, she painted,
that women do.
• lib both.
tbe other things
Uhe bad tneu friends
aud girl frieuds,
Beet devoted her-
ar d to ber charitable
work, living a
,fe of usefulneca aod endearing
self more aud *nore to ber friend*.
was always aware of the
streak of mannishness in ber, but did
net think It was auy g.eater then bad
in many other wo- |
Sbe did not think
men ah« bad *e«n.
matter until a few
ber beard began to
It uecauie ueceaaa-
grow so fast that
bar to shave every day.
•pite of this growth abe kept her se
and without stop-
Al Dockateader, recently from tbe
East, has purchased I. C. Circle’s ln-
hurriedly issued one of this kind aud 1 tersst Jn the Circle & Baker Blab
Wood Co. Iu tbe future the firm
turned bl* attention to the next ap
name will be Baker & Docketeader.
After two year« of efficient service
"The couple sought the services ot
aa city marshal J. D. Humphreys
a minister, and attar tbe divine bad handed in his resignation to tbe coon-
joined them iu holy wedlock, was ell Wednesday uigbt, to take effect at
banded tbe paper purporting to be once. Tb« council accepted his resig-
1 nation and as baa successor Mayor
tbe license. Thia he thrust Into bls
Jayne appointed L. F. Revere, wbo1
pocket as a matter of cour«e without
ba* accepted tbe office.
perusal, to-ik bls fee and repaired
Ed Burgeie, eon of J. A. Burgels,
to tbe county clerk s office to record
met with a painful aooideut last Tues
tbe instrument, when the startling day evening while working a» tbe
discovery was made that tbe couple Boctb Kelly mill.
lumber a large timber fell, striking
had been man led oo a dog license.
him on tbe arm at tbe wrist, breaking
"Agitated beyond expression, tbe
both bones. Luck seems to be against
rev«ren<i gentleman promptly apprised
tbe lad, for be bad just recovered
Deputy Pierce cf tbe sltuatloD, aud from injuries received by a fall last
the latter started off post baste to lo soring which resulted in a fracture ot
cate tbe couple. About midnight they tbe same arm but above tbe elbow.—
were unearthed in an obscure down
every oo* save those wbo town rooming bouse.”
Jived with bar. Tbe beard humiliated j
her to some exteut, but never gave I
MRS, EMMA CATH-
wss uodergoiug sny sexual change
It wee a little over two weeks ago
Iter tbe slightest »uai-loior: that sbe
that Miae Heat was hrought
tc a end .
den realization of ber conditiqn.
kuew then for tbe first time that sbe
woman, but a men.
was Dot a
Mrs. Emma Catherine Patkei was
L^rn iu Lane county, Oregon, August
14. 1872, and dtparted tbi* lite Octo- !
was prostrated by tbe blow, and con- | ber 21, 1905. She was the daughter
suited ber pbysiolau, who bad M>sa of Mr. and Mrs. L. Crnzan, of Dex-!
ter. Oregon. In this place sbe pa.sed
Beat removed to tbe Freucb Beuevo
most of her childhood, growing to
ieut Hoanit'il, where an operation wae womanhood at the eldest of four
what daughters. She was geutln and wo
performed, which confirmed
manly In her disposition, possessing
tulas Best bad suspected.
those qualities which make friends
'everywhere. Fiv« years ago she be
A Narrow Brain
The Woodburn Independent under
stands ho<* to work the game for what
there 1» io it.
"Governor Chamberlain declared a
boll lay for September 30, osteuaibly
because It was Portland Day at tbe
fair, but principally because It was In
ret'iigultlou of th« Jewish New Year.
What do the Americans ot Oiegon
think ot that?”
signlflea, but Is e rabid Repub
lican sheet, aud ie probably
(or some Individual forjgnvernor that
Most of tha Ja*a
Am«riceua. uotwlthatanding tbe dirty
the Independent, aud aa a
role they ar« good cltixeos, too.
\4 ban a uewspaper or paraou baa to
attack the religion of auy of our peo
ple it ie a small piece of bnelueea aud
bort tbe governor
shameful, barefaced lie.
the apacial jury law.
Voder il Judge
of th* o’rc.lf
«rd»» of it « I ec » t
< iu him. ha
try a rn
■ »I oci.U
¿0 .. t aXZr ia/
< r «li nboKc
I ì «ha «urn-
i riu «u»«s i .>«> umh la u-«J. breathed
inhaivr, »ho b.laamlc i
tbe jury lists a bo posse»» more thtougb the
than ordinary Inlelhgence. tbe staud
• rd of which is to be their ability to
•tlve to the
grasp testimony re'*
anatomy of th? human
and tbe treatrnsut ot personal
horrible desiti», aith accom-
nerve, that of an aged Three
woman seems tbe
| Promotes Digestion.CheerfuU
ness and Rest Contains neiliter
Opium.Morphtne nor Mineral.
N ot N arcotic
/Oec«- al’OU fr.Wít ZZ HTOOfí
dix Senna *
dleuer Seed e
Hirm Seed -
dragging the river for a few minutes
the body was found and brought to
tbe surface aod taken to bl* borne
on tbe McFadden farui.
Mr. Millen I
leaves a wife and three children.
Aperfed Hamedy forConstipA
Hon, Sour Stonuch, Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and Loss of S leep .
Facsimile Signature of
The school board bold its regular -
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
last uigbt, and
among other tbingB took steps to en
force tb« provision of tbe compulsory
R. MoMurphey wss ap
pointed by tbe board to act in confer
ence with tbe city officers to see that
tbe 100 or more boys of school age
that are now running the streets in
idleness, or wbo are working, are in
The Allen cannery, of Eugene
side tbe school room. Mr. McMur- sires to purchase potatoee and
pbey will see to it that tbe law is en pay the highest market price
Tbe board took off the re dreee Allen Canning Compauy
striction of students Leiug obliged to gene, Or
maintain a ccrtaio grade to take part
in athletic contest* and fixed the date
of tbe annual school meeting fur De
Dr. M. G. E. Bennett
Successor to Dr. H. E. Penland.
Acute and Cbr inlc Dlneaaee Heated,
Office corner 7th and Willamett«
Phone Red 1831
Mrs Anna Maurer
diseases treated. Women and chil-
dren a specialty. Offices over F. E.
Drnn’s. 'Phone P.ed 1631.
My wife.Eopbany Gerebach, baa
my bed aud board.
Hereafter I will
uot be repsoDsit'e for any debt* con
tracted by her.
DIRECT TO EAST
bealh g of Hyamet ueuetrate* ti th«
I mo»t «mot» «’«lia of tn« no*» and
throat, aud thus kills Iha catarrhal
w.ras, brait tbe Irritata»! mucous
meartraae, «n-! giva» compì«!« aud
Iljom.l )« tb* slmplaet, moat pleat-
«et aud tt>« only guaranteed cura fo’
b*e been discover et.
Cnmplrt« outfit, fl; extra bottle», 50
Fcr «ala at Hull'» Jtug S.cre.
. See Hall A Sona before you sell
Mies R. M. Randolph wl'i organize your WOOL
a »Junior C. E. Boclety next 8uu4*y
Country batter wanted. Scohert A
at 3 p. m
Mis Boyd and ssod , Alpheae, wvut
to Balawi J«»t Thursday tor several
By n Ing a 1900 WH.hiig machine.
Fn -ugh juit race'val to rusk« a dcx«n
Two new bona«« a-e h«iDg built Io hornea happy.
C.'t org i n« for John Mattb.w, tn the
Macy addition, and one for A. M.
Carload Oliver chilled an
bkluuar In tbe llelauey addition
plows just received.
David Sidwell »111 begin tbe «reotion
cf •«'•■ral none«« on bis lots recently
purchased from tha Swaoar «state In
Sell your poultry. Scobeit À Dodge
the Delaney a 'dltlon Io the near fa pay blgbevt cash price».
I be cooventlon et tbe ('brietian
church»-« ot Lane coouty convened at
Coburg several -»ays last week, and
very profitable and loterettiog eea-
alon» were bald. Dinner wee «erred
by tbe .adlee at tbe church darirg1
»he three days and a
• as eujcyed by all.
For Infants and Childreu
F»s Kind You Have Always Boi'glr
EUGENE MARBLE and
F stablished 1892
M c D ougal
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
In addition to genei al practice spec,
attention given to diseases of women us
Office over Freston and Halal
Phone Black 16111
Wm. Lllwall, a late arrival from
Texas, ha» purchased tbe furniture
and busmens of tbe Willamette Hotel
miles ew. of Eugene,
Tbe 37th anniversary of tbe found on West Eigbtb street from Mrs. Ho-1
from th« marke
ing of the Ancient Order of ¡United
until further notice.
Workmen by John P. Upcnurcb was ness od November 1.
celebrated in an appropriate manner
last evening by tbe local lodge, No.
Sheep for Sale
15, in conjunction with tbelr auxil
Cotswold backs. J. J
iary, tbe Degree of Honor. Tbe local
HendersoD, Coburg, Or.
lodge baa now about 140 members in
good standing, and after their regu
lar meeting the “sisters” came in and
« splendid program
Among tbe Lumbers were addressee
by Hon. J. M. Shelley and R. Mc-
Murpbey, a talking duet by Harold
Stiles and Master Grey, and piano
solos by Misses Ina Watkins and Edon
Harris. After the
tbe feast of music and
flow of soul, a more eubstantisl feast
was partaken of by those present,
served a* only these daughters know
The Kind You Have
McFadden ksepa some of |
E. C. LAKE, Prop.
AXegetable Preparation for As
similating the Food and Regula
ting the Stomachs and Bowels of
ma stock during tbe summer mouths,
end drive the stock home. He did
not return, and bis ’amily became
worried, but tbsy made no inquiry
«bout him to tbelr neiabbo»* until
yesterday, when McMillen’s horse was
found in tbe woods near tbe river
with tbe saddle banging under tbe
horse’s belly, it was then tbougbt
that be rnrvt have drowned, and »
search was made to' hie body where
• be tracks of tbe horse were found !
c’CBitit cl ' »f the waist, aid after i
third Sunday* ot tbe —onth.
u t’a la«
A. 0. U. W. LODGE
Juoction City, Oct. 27. —George Mc
drowned iu tbe Willamette
river about odc mile above the rail
working for »Judge W. 8. MuFaddru
oo bis farm east ot town. Last Tues-
day he took a horse and was going to
ford a fork of the river to an island,
M. R. C. ” <«
DR. J. CHRISTIE,
Secretary »nd treasurer of the Board of Veterts
Medical Examiners; Domestic animals of all i
rea'.ed on icirnnfic princip.es
Looted at Bangs' Stable, Euftnc
Res. Corner 10th and Olive.
Buy your flour and feed at whole
Ed L. Ayres this week shipped 120 sale prices of Scobert <k Dodge.
bales of bops to Milwaukee, Wis., di
LOST-Iu Eugeoe, October 7,a small,
rect, where be will And a market for I
shaggy, blue spotted white shepherd
them. Mr. Ayers baa been shipping
dog. Black stripes and yellow spots
direct to tbe Eastern market for the
in face. Name "Bouucer. ” Reward
past sixteen years, and finds it about
came the wife of G. F. Parker, of this
for return ot dog or information as
as profltable as selling at borne. Ha
city, l'be brief year* of ber married
to location. C R. Luomis, Lorane,
has quite a let of bis this years' bops
life were tilled with happiness unti
Or. 'Phone 5429, ‘tyrof-two” line. 1
on band yet, and bis last year's crop,
the time ot her last Illness. In her
which is yet unsold. If all the bop
FOR SALE—A good lot of cheat seed ■
girlhood sbe btceme a member of the
for sale at 1 cent a pound. Call or 1
Methodist Eplcsopal church. Her lee bow. Altogether it was an occasion growera would follow tbe example of
Mr. Ayers and get tbelr hops out of
address 104 Thirteenth and Charnel-1
day* were day* of suffering, but were long to be remembered,
the local market perhaps the horde of
spent in patience and resignation. I
toD, or P. O. Box 404, Eugene.
speculators and short sellers who bave
Sbe leaves a bright little boy of four 1
teen keeping tbe price down would POSITIONS WANTED —Man and wife
year», beslder a devoted husband. '
would like to take charge ot small
be forced to let go a little and give
country hotel kitchen or camp
There are alio an aged mother, three
tbe hop raiser a show for some of tbe
kitchen. Both good cooks and bak
sister* aua three brothers.
Coburg, October 26 —The Coburg
ers. Addres» H. F. K., 576 Willam
profits of bop raising.-Harrisburg
Her funeral services were held at school opeued October 2, with H. C.
ette street, Eugene.
Pleasant Hili Monday afternoon, Oc Baughman principal, Misses Amelie
PLOWING WANTED-A man with
tober 23, at tbe Christian church, Sorenson and Clara Hawkins, fir at
team wanted to plow and sow 75
conducted by Rev. L. E. Rockwell, and second intermediate, aud Mies
acres of vetch aud oats for bay. See
D. D. Her body rests In tbe cemetery Ells Hadyu tn charge ot tbe primary
Mrs Skiowortb at dairy, Meriau'e
which ovailooks tbe beautiful valley department.
The logham viu°gar factory baa be
of tbe Willamette.
i John Burns, of Woodturn, aud a gun to receire apples. Highest price FOR SALE—Hardware aod groceries,
or will exchange for produce. For
Stepheu Mmeed baa just (old 140 former resident of Coburg, »pent ear paid.
particalai» bring your butter, egge«
bale» of hops to Krebs Bros., of New eral days last week »a the guest ot
Buy tbe genuine Oliver extras for
Mac Burna and wife.
York, for ll1« cents a pound.
your plow; they fit better, do better
»Mrs. Hugo Haliiue is apeudlug eev-
work and last longer. We always have
WANTED—bituatiou as bouakeeeper
Tbe Oliver So. I Bulkey Plow with •tal daya iu Bor land.
by a middleaged lady with one son,
No. 40 bottom ia one that does tbe
Rev. E. K. Moon, of tbe E. D. 8 ,
aged 17 year». Address P. O. Box
work. We can give yoa references will preach at tbe Cbrlatlan church
Don't sow foul seed; get a Clipper
226, Junction City. Oregon.
among your neighbors that are eon- ■»ext Bunday, morning and evening,
fannlug mill, the kind that cleans.
aud wl.l hereafter Oil regular appoint
ments at that church on the first and
Tbe legislsture it Missouri, al Ita
laut aesslou, adoptad
ly there Lae been an unusual demand
female, her taste* were feminine, she
sewed «nd did all
Tbe Guard yesterday told of tbe 'n-
cr«a»»e I d nusiners of th« Eugei a post
efefle for tbeyewr endlug .lune 1,13-'5
a« coo-pared with tb«- previous sear.
Following are tbe reoelpts of tbe post-
office* ot tbe rriuc'pai cities ot tbe
sate aod those of Lioa couuly :
Baser City. .
Grant's Pass. ..
things, a slight harshness of voice and
tbe Increasing growth of heir on
For Imants and Children.
might a, well bave been i
Ubiog routed out of bed
From Woman to Man
9 oo D rops ]
that Portlaud couple who got married
Got Married on a Dog License
; Bo long as they knew uo different
pot of boiling water.
Subscription piloa, 81.50.per year if
paid in Advance; 82.00 at end of year
ning out ot tbe sands ot life, even at
Phone Red 2611.
J 3. Walton
Will practice In all the courts In
Office—Room No. 3. Walton Blk.
tí. O. ^otn
A. C. Woodcook
WOODCOCK à POTTER.
Office- One-half block south of Cbn
Office in new Vet tace Block, Ko«
14 and IN. Special attention given
land and miniug matters
ANDREW L. CHEZEM,
Ten years actual experience in State and Federal Col
Collections, Abstracts, Land Titles and Suits, P»
bate Matters, Estates, E'c.
Loans at 7 per cent.: Time and Terms to Suit.
Farms and l imber Lands Sold.
Office and Residence over Frank Dunn's Swrt-
City and Country Phones. Eugene.
Of Success in caring Stomach, L 'tri
Bowel disorders, you ought not to have’
doubt as to the ability of the Bitters
Then why delay, and thus i
long your »uffenng I rnd make a curt
J T T I >f-
Th« Eugene Loan
and Savings Bank
of Eugene, Or.
is prepared to give you the most
satisfactory service in every depart
ment of banking.
Deposits received subject to
check, and interest allowed on certi-
' cates of deposit.
Loans made on approved security
with liberal terms.
Send tor cur free booklet.
we do not esk®
saying that it 1
cure you. to®-
it today. F*
Malarial 1 *’v*|
it ii e x c elM
using th« 8R