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About Eugene weekly guard. (Eugene, Or.) 190?-1910 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1905)
R PHYSICIANS DESPAIRED.
ADVISED CHAÑGE OF CLIMATE.
ru-na, Used as a Last Resort,. Cured Her of
a Severe Attack of Catarrh of the
The • non
I chapter No.
K A. M., was held ♦
laat evening in the Mesonic ball end
I tbe following were elected to offices
for tbe coming year:
Au injonction »ult »gainst tbe city
E. Wbattam. high priest; G. O Yn- cf Eugene ss a corporation, the mem-
rau, kiog;S. S. Speucer,scribe ;Jatnes
I era of tbe city couucll, the citv re
F. Robinson, secretary; F. W. Os-
aud tbe city
buri , treasurer;
captain of host; Wiu. Fraeton, priu. J to restraiu them from Issuing any
eojou.uer; G. O. I>-B«r. K. A. can 1 ot tbe bouda
recently voted I for
al n; G. W. Norris, M. 3J vuil; L. L. luuoicipul ownership cf light and
Goodrich, M. 21 vail; Y. I>. Haoelll,
, water piaula, aud to declare the . elec-
M. 1st vail.
After tbe election and before ad flop illegal, Invalid aud void was
journment a pleasant surprise was tiled iu the circuit court »hortly after
given to Paet High Priest J. N. Howe four o'clock this aftrruo. u.
hy the member» of the lodge Mr name of James F. Kobiusou appear«
Howe is held In high esteem by his
H» plaintiff in tbe case.
brother member« and for hla loyal
Tbe complaint covers twenty or
work during tbe past year he was pre
sented with a solid gold emblem of thirty pages of tyi ewritteu matter.
bls office, set with the lodge jewels, Che grounds upon «tiicbthe injuoc
linn. 8. M. Yoran mads the presenta lion is asitad ara as follows:
tion speech and after the surprise Mr
That tbe election was Illegal and j
Tbe proud possessor of tbe emblem void for tbe reason that tbe resolu
wear» a bappy smile today »n d shows tion ordering tbe election, the nc-
’«he badge with great pleasure to ali tice of election aud tbe ballots at tbe
election required voters to vote on
wo propo itlou« »nd questions nt tbe
the »«me time without beiug separat
Dressed s< a mao, Lillie, tbe 19
ye«r-old daughter of Urio Howartl, «
prouiineut farmer residing near Junc
tion City.iu company with John Fsw-
That on accoupt of sail v^«o|t,ti0Q
ver, a married mau with a wife sud
»al l uotioe a.d »al-, b.ll i. th voters
five children, who lived across the
wer- prsr.-uted from exrresuug It» <
riv r In denton cou-ity,arrived iu St-
or desire ou tbe ques’tou» sub
lem last evening about dusk and wete
That tbe anti-, n ou the part
takeu in cuarge by Chief of Police
Cornelius this n omiug, says yester
of tbe council providing for only one
day's Salem Journel.
votiug place was for th« purp <e of
eloped from tbe girl's home ou Satur
fraudulently preventing u.Hoy of tbe
day night, aod bad made the trip
rotere of the city from having an op
'rum Junction to Salem iu a small
portunity to vote, snd di.l pre vang a
rowboat, epeudiug a day and a uigbt
ou tbe river.
la.ge number from voting.
Tbe couple went ’o Gsoige Bros.'
plaintiff prrya for a preliminary in
■ estaurant es soon as they arrived and
junction restraining tbe nsiecdanta
engaged a room for the uigbt. The
loom Issuing or disposing of any of
gitl’s disguise was not so complete
the said bonds during tbe perdenoy
but that the auspicious of tuoee who
saw them were aroused, and when
of tbe suit aud upon final hearing the
they started to depart this morniug
injunction to tie perpetual.
Marshal Cornelius was waiting, aud
Hrreeted them on auepicion that so ' »-
thlLg wee wrong, although the girl
was then terrayed iu proper garb.
They were taken to tbe city jail,
where they divulged their names, aud
Thousands of women owe their live« said they bad c-ome from J unction
Jamer W. Arnold, aged 67 years,
The Sensational Cure of Mrs.
The maD, however, claimed
to Peruna. Hundreds of thousands owe City.
died at the home of bis sister, Mrs.
Caldwell Is the Talk ot Her
their health to Peruna. Hundreds of that tbs girl was bls cousin, and th a
There is soon tn be a new general M. A. Green, 667 Olive street.Sunday
thousands are praising Peruna in every Le did uot have a wife, He had a -tore «¿tabliahed at Falrmouut ty a
:nnrui"g at two o'clock, ot consump
state of the Union.
sack containing $1112 iu cash, $495 .if well-kfiiowo Eugeue resident whose tion. He oame here from Minnesota
nr«,, ■ Mrs. Ida Caldwell, 506 Pearl street,
We have many thousands of letters which wee in currency and the rest name we are not at liberty to give out iu October of this year, and resided
•d tbe kox City, la., Vice-President Order of from grateful women, with permission
at present. The ?ontrac’ bis been let here previously for atout two years,
Eight or nlue earn with a big con
to use them In public print, which can
Not being able to get anything lor the erection of a owe story frame lie leave« a sou, T. A. Arnold,of New struction crew were sidetracked at
Hon- I “I suffered with catarrh of the res never be used for want of space.
more out of them, tbe recorder bad tuilding for the store,to be located at Auburn, Mino., who started with tbe tbe Eugene depot todey and the men
katorv organs off and on for tile last
Catarrh would not be such a curse
■irm years until I thought it was In this country it the people thoroughly them locked up, and the chief tele tbe eud of Eset Thirteenth street, remain« for that place Sunday after- will at quee be put to work OO tbe
oo it fcronic. My chest and lungs were ir-
understand Its nature. It must be phoned tol Junction, wlere it was The bolldiug will be 21x36 feet in di u 0 J D.
ix i mo
Biated and I had to use the greatest treated at once to prevent It from mak soon Heiertditieil that tbry wire waul- 'oenMona, with a warenonse iu tbei Besides hi« sou and bis sister, Mr«. will "make thiugs hum,” to use
'erelt ■«re not to expose myself to chilly air ing Inroads upon vital organs.
ed. Tbe otflceis of th» litter (dace rear.
Green, Mr. Arnold leaves a brother at Ageut Adair’s expression. The crew
->akbt- ■r dampness as it increased my troubles.
If yt>u suffer from catarrh, buy Pe
the true s aie of attaiis, sod said
Toledo, Or., and a slater at New Au will probably litet pot lu trie ”Y" at
I "(Ay physician advised me to try a runa to-day, for a day gained on the
nJ uanxe of climate, but I was unable to enemy, catarrh, means a day nearer t bat some one would be dowu after
Reading of the won recovery.
them on the next train.
■p fl Elie my family.
i trail derful cJres performed by Peruna, I
The girl Is good looking, but does
We have on file many thousand testi
le be» i bought a bottle.
monials like the one given here. We can uot seem to be very bright.
only give our readers a slight glimpse would not say much, aod does not
Died, Dacsmbe ].', Bt tbe home f
of the vast array of unsolicited endorse seem to fully understand the signifi 'is daughelr, Mrs. Wm. Miller, of
pern all which cured me. I ■ m
rialties Eeved within three days and after two ments we are receiving. No other phy cance of tbe questions put to Ler. Pleasant Hill. Frei Gossett, aged 75
ed and months and a half the irritation was sician in the world has received such a Her ccmpauicn le many yearr her »•- veare 3 months hi d 12 days He was
Stephen Mead, tbe 13-year-old eon
born in Germany September 1, 1830; of W. L. Mead, of India» Creek, was
I'lor and appeared very nervous.
Mr«, EttH Krewson has began suit
as Dr. Hartman for Peruna.
» kill health restored.”—Ida Caldwell.
2 What they intended to do. or wftere moved to America tn 1868 and sefled accidentally shot through the fleebv against ber bnsband, Joseph, for a di
they Intended to go is a mystery, as in Wisconsin till 1886, then came to part of hi» hip Sunday while huning vorce. They were married lu Douglas
they did not seem to know them Oregon. He sei tied Io Eugene till with bis cousin. Wr.l’er Mead. The ] county on December 6, 191'3. and have
k to Germany on weapon u ed was a 32 callhre rifle. no children
selves. Fawver save that the money 1903. then went
Mrs. Krewsou alleges
they bad with them was money he bad n visit, returning to America May Dr. J. W. Luckey, of Fiorenoe, was that soon after their mairiage her
made at farming aud bad lotned out t24, 1905, and resided with bis daugb- called and after a few hours’ trip husband became cross aud overbear
and which be bad collected just be ter until hie death. Irtern>eut took aresaed tbe wound, wh ch is not dan ing, and that all tbe time during
Tbe government timb-r and stone fore starting on this trip.
place In the Pleasant Hill cemetery.
their msrrl-d life she bss beeu com-
>rs b«r» I Th« Merchant«* Protective Associa- tn^tii'g expert, J N. hnne, why bas
p lied to and b-ie exrned ber owu llr-
Itlon met In rrguler es-ioi. I-st r ver-
rv 2, to
charge ot the tes'Vg station at tbe
pig by working in hotel- and doing
le» t Ion. ling with a I *<ge a”end»nce of men - University of Oregon, wi'l give ti.e
housework. She says that ou account
new machinery receDtlv Installed a
of bls Ireatmeut and being unable to
trial test tomorrow or Thursday.
endure It longer she whh compelled
1 it will
AT machinery is now in place in
to and dirt leHVe ber hushHrd on De
work was further marked by the elec
the temporary building put up fcr it,
cember 6, 1901.
Kissinger A l.add
and it is expected that^many teste
are attorneys foi the plaintiff.
will be made tn the next few days.
.1 regard itlon te erect a Y. M. C. a . building Tbe Luildiug Is practically completed Lumber Co., returned home last
In tbe city.
except for a few inside finishing week after spending several wteks in
The Guard learns from a reliable
toucher, and tbe uriangemenl of tbe ban Francico looxirg after busiuess
lug’s meeting that the memberrhlp of
soc.ree that the raihcad proposed by moters stoutly maintained that time
diff-rent machine» is such that plen matters, says the Florence West.
th» M, P. A. now included nearly
Mr. Cushman tnforana us that tbe tbe Willamette Valley Electric Ball would tell whether or not they meant
ty cf space cau be had lor the stu
•very merchant In tba Cl'y.
look very favorable for 'he way Co , tv be built up the McKenzie business, and for the people to wait
dents taking credit» in this new
At fbe next meeting of tbe as-ocia-
lumber trade next spring. He thinks valley, to .he east of Eugene, and and see. For two or thr-e months
Mies Lett ha Porter, of Eugene, and
tlcn tn January tba annual
bis company will start up tlielr mill down tue Siusiaw,thence ’oCnoa Bay, pa-t there has been considerable ac Earl Hmitb, of Coburg, were married
of officers will occur.
by tbe flrat or middle of March for tu tbe west, is a certainty iu the near tivity at tbe company’s office here. at Junction City > hursdsy evening,
the season's run.
future an J that ttie moilve power will W J. Wilsey, one of the promoters, December II, lb(K>, by Bev. Mr. Gar-
H« also informs us that while be he steam bistesd of electricity. «« at ' has made frequeut trips here, but dlutr, of ibe M. F. etiureb Th«
was in tbe city a contract was signed . first announced by tbe c mpsny, there has beeu maintained strict se I bi ide is a well-kucwn Laue county
by tbe Wendling Lumber Co. for w;4ob was the flr-t -if tbe eevtral Con crecy and n< thing whatever hav b»en sonuul liacbei, tiaviug jn«t completed
given out for publication Tbe Guard a successful term in Harmony dis
E. E. Jackson, the veterinary «ur- building a tew vessel designed espec I Cerna to anuunnee tue building of
got its tip abont the Western Paiiflo trict.
The groom is a i rosperc*)*
geon, who came here two or three ially fur tbe Sioslaw trade. Tbe bull electric railroads in Laue county aud
Mrs. E. J. Hill died at the betne moufi.s ego from Salem, has recently will be constructed st Ceos Buy and I which secured fiHiictii-ea from the from a person who is a close friend of young far-net residing near Coburg
The bappy empio «re now ou h
cf ler daughter Mrs J. D Cock, at left here owiug a number cf Mill, In taken to San Francisco to have the
-kt? courts uf Laue aud ti utou. one i r two cf the pr ’meters whn have
! It Is furthermore learned by tbe made their headquarters here. aDd the I •bort honeymoon tour, after which
Elmira, thia morning at 3:20 o’clock, . cluding #30 for boaru at ibe Malkey machinery put in.
they will take up their realdeure on
The craft will be 144 feet long over ( Guard, which las received Its Infor- tip eeeiui totes straight one.
cf p iralvale. She w •* aged 75 yea-» House. A wairant lias been Issued for
te months and 14 day» Tbe fnu-ral bls arrest and efforts will be made to all, 32 teet beam and 9 feet de. th of mation from parties in close touch ¡ A dispatch from San Francisco a Mr. Smith’s farm.
«ill te Feld it one o’cl <k tomor apprehend blm. Dr. Cbriatie, secre hold. Th« vessel will be equipped with tbe promoters of tue ^enterprise few days ago stated that the Western
row with kiertrect li> the Wlthtcw tary ot tbe state velerkary board, with two gasoline engine« of 100 bone that Gould's Western Pacific is back Pacific would not build into Oregon
power each and ie guaranteed to carry of this move, and dial Eugene will but one ot tbe Portland paper» discov
eija Jsckaon’a license will be revok
375.COO fee' of lumber when lea led be touched and Laue county bisecled ered amove wbich’disproved the»tate-
ed, a« be obtained it fraudulently.
y that tbe
down to ten and a half feet in tbe ' by a great tranacontii.ental railroad. rneD’.arid the Guard is able to add It»
Under flaring headlfn«» scros" th«
ed to tbe
water, or will carry 300,000 feet on s
The Willamette Valley Electric Ball (junta of proof that the greet Gonld
the morning faper snoouncfs
draft of 9 feet 9 inches. Sha will way Company has maintained go of
"nd make tbe news of the t hlc-kO bank failure«
I »redoo le
brjve a t ~ »d of about 8 knots ar flee in Eugene since it first eutered ley «1» the MrKenz e
30 hour» alter they < ccnrred. No son-
the Held over a year ago, sod while Co»» Bay It» Oregon terminus.
det It dropped the Assochtsd ••tag’’
11». contract stipulates that th- many people believed the project had
it u-ed to depend no for «ueh TH Hard
Tbe surveyors fcr tbe elict-ic line
• - V re,and now to use such »peer-fill
ti be run through tbe valley from
ing headline« for atal» new» Is a
Portland to Koseturg were recently In cblhery Is to be put in place and 1
for wonder, especially slooe it
tbe «ubuebs ot Albany running pre ready to run io fourteen working
baa so often abused big headlines.
liminary lines for ibe proposed road,
than any you
>a»t ten D-
wbicb will be one of tbe greatest de completed will be about $40,000.
have ever had be
.1. J. StromoD« has purchased the
She is expected to make an average
Board of Equalization
velopers for tbe farming coontry ever
fore at less cost
Ah»y property Io Florence sod In-
of three trip- per month aud lake onl
Notice is hereby given that tbe
Charles Msybew end Frank Ware
if you will pick
t and Fill*
er will come from the Seotiam, which a million feet ot lumber every thirty 1 will open a saloon in tbe old Gold tends to move into tbe bouse Infer« , board »f eqializatlon for la»ae coun-
your gifts from
bas It to sparw, 175,0110 borsepowe days. The owner« are interested In ’ smith cigar store stand, next to tbe long.
* ty will «trend at the office cf the
the list below.
the bln Jaw Lumber Co. at Acme sod ■
gtii.g to wso’e.-rslbsoy Democrat.
Oregon saloon, on January I
Tbe schooner Antelope ‘it ’iwed county clerk of »»Id i nur ty on Tnssf
the ti te-
are building ti e vessel to advance
will make twelve -alooos for £ .gana. out to sen Wedneeiny wlta a ua go oi Jsy, December 26. 19v&, and pr.bllcly
well worth what
he roof of •
their hiislr.e»« here. Ibis wii' be a
These ger.Uemeu first Intended start lumber from tbe Slislaw Limber ’ «•mine tbe a»se»«ment rolls «nd cor
we ask, and ev
great beneti: to lb* company, a» the
rect all errors in valuation, descrip
ing a similar place iD Springfield, but Co '• mill.
erybody will be
oitdenity ot getting their lumber to >
tion or qualltl- ■ of laud. Iota or other
have turned tbe building they bad
To Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Scott at market 1« one of the greatest otsiacies
Tba Slnslsw Lomber Co. is errang- property.
theta over to George Part; and Fred
Jasper, December 17, a ten-pound tl e mill men I ave to contend with iu
B. F. KEENEY,
Wtrt-.ojr, of this city who will soon Dg to gita their yearly free dama
■ The éxodo*
such gifts as these:
conducting their busiuess on tbe bi- i
Cigars at Iree at Jaeper today.
In their ball at Acm» on Monday
County A »«•••or.
engage in tbe liquor business tLere.
y tbe enftf
TOYS-—T rumpets, rattles, jumping
evening, January I, 190«. Everybody
jacks, balls, whips, magic lanterns, too.
To J. W. Bailey and wit- ,two miles
mm lites Í»
Marriage licenses were Issued this
chests, doll houses, wagons, automobiles,
west of Eugene, ■ too.
A bear is reported to hare been ' afternoon to the following Albert F.
games, block: snd • thousand and one
The trial «•'
prowling aroand near town a few j Fne-tman, of Salem, end Miss Effie
other things are here on the shelves
In Mad Chase
ready for the inspection of those who
n'ghts age. Several I antere were out Cborpenltjg, of Eigene; Ernest C.
Millions lu mad chase after health,
Iu search of.tbe animal, Fut did out 1 Robison and Miss Lnla D. Mlrtoti
have little ones to n.ake merry.
fruir one extrem» rf faddlem to sr-
Frank Saubert and
ts, In •»**
I lu finding him. This le prêt- >
other. when. »» *»*’ would <>»1» e»t lug ware married at
ty la'e in ’be seaeon for brritn to t> ' FOR RELIA til.E JTiH WCPK *T
gnrrt food and keep ’he r trowel» r<u
h de troy'*
ulwi with Li. Ki .a »
• K, llMó, Her T A.
t, F** b*a
corfVed U> tl« non by a well devel- out, tut probably tbe pleaseut weath 1 PRICES THAT SUI T Yr MJ»’ O'F
Tbagrootatoa yoor.g Fusi e
U ir trcoblee wi old «II rs-s h «»’
pel cete of smsllpoi. The ease I«, er bad aornetblng to do with that.— I ETRCOK CALL *T THk t ’AF D
i'romrt relief "n '
r"T* r,M' ,,T”' at Acme ani tte bride 1«
t of ti* >**■
and »tomeeh tro »bl». 25’ at *. 4 -.
. » -»er, a mild one.
fr^io '« i«ror’«iD.
LvLa&o's Brog «tore. Guaranteed.
DEATH OF JAMES
NEW STORE AT
BOY SHOT ON
MADE HIS WIFE
DEATH OF MR>.
E. J. HILL
LEFT BAD DEBIS
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