The Eugene Guard from Eugene, Oregon on October 3, 1906 · Page 3
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shJ II For Infants and Children. Ssiomadisandliowelsof Morphine nor Mineral. fmlm " JlxJain tforsourStoniach.Diarrhoea, Sleep. facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. City News m Brief The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of AW In Use For Over Thirty Years' TAB EH i nil THE OtNTAUn COMPANY. NCW VOI1K CtTV. Mandolin Instruction L1y4?fcn Eugene Theatre Orchestra Best Concert and" Dance Music Furnished. Only First Class Orchestra in Eugene. Andrew Svarverud, Leadsr , I The lii'Bt tioek of wild eese goin j south for the winter was noticed thm I morning, ! Fauulau. a recent arrival from Texas, will soon erect a Si'.'iOO residence on the lot at East Eleveuth and Ferry el roots. A reception to university and high school students will he given by the Ejiworth League at the M. E. ohurch Friday evening, October li j A carload of fire brick for the ereo-' tion of the furnaces at the gas works has been delivered at the site of the now plant. Gross Bros., founders and Iron worke-s, are getting out an order of CO giate bars for the Southern Paoillc sawmills Nos. 2 nud 3 at Marcola. A. J. DeLay, of Eugene, was sue- j cessfnlly operated upon for appendi-ciis at St. Vincent's hospital in Port-laud. The operation was performed by Dra. T. W. Harris, of Eugene, and Petit, of Portland. . Eugene Combs, Wm. Hodes and Wm. G. Martin constitute a committee appointed by the Rescue Hose Co. last night to arrange for a banquet to be held on the evening of the lirst Tuesday in November. . The members and equipment of the 17th and 18th batteries of artillery of the United States armv from Vancouver barracks, on their way to Cuba, passed through Eugene on a special tiaiu at 10 o'clock this morning. The S. P. Coinpany'B force of men employed in widening a. .d raising the road bed of the main line is now working in Eugene, being at present between the new gas workB and the university. The funeral of Evart Fisher, the boy who was run over and killed by a gravel train Sunday, was held at the home of Mb parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Fisher, yesterday afternoon and ! tile bodylaid toreat in' the I. O. O. F. cemetery. i K L. Chambers and family nave here a few days huntiugO Chinese phetiants, left for the Hay City this afternoon. Mr. and -Mis. Harry Stewart, of Sprlt.gtield, went to Portland ou business yesterday. A. V. Docksteader and family returned today from a visit at Independence Chas. 11. Chick, the Michigan timber buyer, ai rived here loduy. J. T. Tufts, of Grunts Push, formerly with the Booth-Kelly Co. at Springlleld, returned home today, af ter a short viBit here. Austin Kout, of the Mohawk valley, went to llarrisburg today on a visit, Mr. and Mrs. ivar MoMulleu returned today from a short visit at Koseburg. Mrs. M. Lilley, of Koselmrg, Is vis-Iting hei cousin, Mrs. Moody Hnllis, in Eugeue. N. E. Markley is up from Port-laud. Miss Pearl Miller weut. to Portluud this afternoon for a lew dnyB' visit. Miss Essie ilartman, of Giants Pass, who has been visiting at the home ol her aunt, Mrs. S. V. Abbott, here ou her way back from Idaho, left today for home. 13. A. Washburne, of Springlleld, .vent to Junction this afternoon. Mrs. Davidson, of Halsey, who has been visiting hex sou, T. H., here, returned home this afternoon. The Man With the Money I! Never I Before 3) m ft History jg Eugene Oriental Rugs I Is the one who knows the value of a penny and has learned the v. ise precept of supolying (his needs at an , opportune moment, and of a house that is reliable and carries first-class stock We save you dollars by selling yuo first-class goods Nothing shoddy in our store-Why pay big prices for goods no better. J j moved hack to th;r Willumotto street residence, alter spending the suimnor at their btuiglow uu the river bank below the tutte. Personals CASTLE CIGAR STORE Wholesale and Retail CIGARS AND TOBACCO Also a Full Stock of Fruits, Confections, Soft Drinks, Etc. 5X9 Willamette St. Phone Red 3 122 GOOD GOODS PRICES RIGHT Greenleaf Items Special Correspondence. Greenleaf, Oct. i Fall rains have begun and pastures are springing up auew. This is good for the dairymeu. A. M. Almasi went to Eugene Sun-dny after a load of oats and other supplies. - Mr. Hayes and family, of Idaho, rel- POLDERS Haberdasher 505 Willamette St BIG DISPLAY 0 ART RUGS This is an opportunity for Eugene people to inspect the finest collection of Oriental Rugs. It will be of great interest to the admirers of Oriental Rugs, especially to tho who wish to purchase handsome and durable floor coverings. If you are really interested in the hand-made art you will find a large assortment on exhibit at H. GORDON'S FURNITURE STORE Corner 8th and Olive S'.s. by ATIYEH BROS., of 394 Washington Street, Portland. The firm is represented by N. S. Saleh, who will remain in Eugene until Saturday afternoon. Buy the Gems of the Orient at reasonable figures. It is well worth the time of any person to examine the magnificent pieces whether or not contemplating a purchase. SPECIAL NOTICE Rush and Purchase First Choice Rugs sent to your home on approval, as many as you wish, and you may pick out your choice. alives of Mr. Holo'itt's, are expected in at any time. Mr. Swansou and daughter Olga re turned from the hopyard esterday. Several other families have nl.o re turned. . New Today LOST--On Thiiteenth Btreet, between university grounds and Willamette, small black purse, containing 810 in currency and S5.90 In silver. Leave at Guard ofUce and receive reward. OATOriIA, Hears taa J?11'6 W Vo11 HM All,a'S' If It Were Po for us to put one day's baking of our famous Butternut Bread in a single loaf it would be a sight worth coming miles to see. We use only the purest and best ingredients in making Butternut Bread and those who once taste iis quality are always our coustomers. It costs more to produce than other breads but you pay the same price as for the other makes. U. of O. BAKERY 206 East 14th St. Branch 35 East 9th St. SI I AMP I 30 East, Ninth Street lv. lVJlll Phone Red 1271 HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENTS EXPERT PLUMBING, TINNING AND POOPING GOOD WORK AT PRICES RIG4T Call at... Green's Grocery . and learn how you can obtain a beautiful picture. W. M. GREEN 61' Willamette Street, Phone M'.in 25 Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Williams are home from thou trip to Spokane. W. P. Drugg and J. Alnnas i, of Junction, were in Eugeue toduy. Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Abrams are down from Cottage Grove. C. B. Clement is up from Portland. V. B. fllauehnrd, of Brownsville, is in tue city. , Krs. M? H. Calof aud daughter have returned to Pulonse, Wash., after visiting relatives here. Miss Jewel Ellmaker iB up from Portland visiting her mother. Mrs. J. Pironi auu son Henry have returned from a visit in Portland. Mrs. Gevnrtz has arrived here from Portland to visit her mother, Mrs. Kachol Sanders, who arrived from San Francisco Monday afternoon. H. T. Dow left yesterday ou a mouth's viBit to his old home at Superior, Wis. Andrew Stem has arrived here from Sevrens, Kan., with a carload of stock and household goods and will locate here. J. B. Eddy, right-of-way agent for the S. P. Co., was in the city yesterday. I. f) Heckwit.h and wife have left on a week's outing down the Sius- j law. j Miss Ethol Thompson, of Vida, is i visiting friends in Eugeue. j Dr. T. W'. Harris roturnou yesterday from Portland. Mrs. Mildred McConnell, of Den-1 ver, who has been visiting at the home of her biotner-iu-law, "A. C. JeuuiugB, here left for home yesterday. Mrs. J. V. Harris went to Cottage Grove yesterday afteruoou to visit her parents. Mrs. M. 11. Cockerliue, of Grants Pass, who has been visiting her sou, A. T., during the winter, i .turned , home yesterday. j Chas. H. Park left yesterday on a trip to British Columbia ou mining j business. John Hill, a foimer lesident of Eugene, but more recently of Nampa, ; Idaho, left here yesterday for Marsh- field, after visiting in Eugene a few j days. I Mr. K. If. Gabbert, of Portland. ( after visiting her pnrentts, Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Itow'and, iu Eugene for some time, returned home yesterday, i Jas. G. Howe, ot Macon City, Mo., ' who has been visiting his nephew, J. M.llowe, In Eugene fjr some time, left yesterday afternoon for Sya Fran- j ciaco. ! Attorney and Mrs. C. A. Hardy went to Portland today. I-rank II. Hue and J. A. Chandler of Shu Frauci.co, who have been ' THE FiANO HOUSE THAT BUYS FOR GASH It is being demonstrated every day that the LITTLE dealer that buys pianos for cash can furnish the purchaser the piano for less money than the BIG factory agents can get their pianos at the factory. Add to this their commission and expenses and you will find that the LITTLE dealer that buys fo. : cash has sold you a standard piano andsaved you from $50 to $125 and made a reasonable profit. We have sold more pianos and organs than all the factory agents put together in this territory. There must be a reason for this: BUY , FOR CASH and save the agent's profit. Two carloads bought and now coming direct from the factory. Several already sold. I have a few pianos and organs left. Come in and make a selection at the LARGEST Music House between Portland and Sacramento. H. E. MORRIS MUSIC HOUSE, Chrisman Block, 606 Willamette Only house in Eugene carrying a com plete line of Musical Goods and Sheet Music 1 , ,! Ltf I-Dl? M9U-E AT BREAD V It w II IlIL II! II 1 mimmmKumin I i i$t fcte: 24. for 9! 1 mond" will suit you to a T. M 1 I The "Black Diamond" is our Dace maker E Every Bay Wear j If you don't want to pay over $2.50 for a man's srood. neat. long wearing shoe our "Black Diamond" will suit you to a T. The "Black Diamond" is our pace maker and its superiority over other shoes at the price is a sure indication of the excellence of higher-priced "Diamond Brand" Shoes. Women's "Black Diamonds" retail at $2.00. Oar Daily Bread and Butter will be a delicious meal alone if we do the baking of the bread. Good clean wheat flour, cleanliness of bake shop andjovens, combined with skill and long-experience accounts or the wholesomeness and all around excellence of our output. Try a loaf of Patty's bread andyou will use no other. Eugene 489 Willamette Jl DIAMOND BRAND" p. T SHOEMAKERS olflDJllA WE MAKE MORE FINE SHOES THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE WST , 'PHONE MAIN 40. 45 WES r EIGHTH ST, PALACE MEAT MARKET. Pure Leaf Lard, 5 lb. can ------ 65c Bacon, per lb. ---------- 15c All Boils and Stews at strictly Cost Price. Broders Bros., Proprietors. LIVERY AND FEED STABLE. BARNARD & WEST, Proprietors. ' E-FoleySprlgS, Eugene-Florence, J -Parties at hotels desiring to go to Florence or McKenzie Rive points should notify the evening before as stage does not stop at private houses. , McrCenzie stage leaves 5:30 a. m Florence stage 6:00 a. m. Phone, Main 21 West Ninth St. University of Oregon School of Music PIANO: Miss Abbie Whiteside and Miss Ella McAUster VOICE: Miss Eve Stinson Thorough work In Theoretical Courses. Courses leading to Degree or Diploma. For terms and hours apply either to the Instructors or to IRVING M. GLEN, Dean Whenwecameto town Hardware, Wagons, Buggies, Tools and Farming Implements commenced tc .nove rapidly because we gave the goods right and made the prices correct. Thats why our trade has grown so fast throughout Lane county. Everybody gets full values from us. Berger's Hardware 516 Willamette Street Mall Order Liquor Business. Buy your Liquors from the Wholesale House Direct. We Want Your Fiusiness We can furnish all kinds of Wines, Whiskies, Brandies, Gin and Rum at wholesale prices. Send us your orders. We ship In plain cases and prepay freight. Read our price lis and mall us your orders. Money refunded If goods are not satit factory. All orders will be treated strictly confidential. We ship all our goods C. O. D., or you can make remittance with your ordsr. WE OFFER AS FOLLOWS: 1 12 quarts Sheehan's Private Stock, Rye or Bourbon $8.00 or $3.00 a gallon )2 quarts Tillamook Rye or Bourbon 8.50or 3.25 a galloi 12 quarts Delaney's Malt Whiskey 8.00 or 3.00 a gallon 12 quarts Gordon White Rye Whiskey 8.00 or 3.00 a gallon 12 quarts Old Gold Bourbon Whiskey 7.50 or 2.75 a gallon 12 quarts Crescent R ye Whiskey 7.50 or 2 75 a gallon 12 quarts Old Port Wine 3.50 or 1.25 a gallon 12 quarts Old Sherry Wine 3.50 or 1.25 a gallon 12 quarts Old Angelica Wine 3.50 or 1.25 a gallon 12 quarts Old Muscat Wine 3.50 or 1.25 a gallon 12 quarts Old Madeira Wine i 3.50 or 1.25 a gallon 12 quarts Sweet Catawba Wine 4.50 or 1 75 a gallon 12 quarts Sandusky Port Wine 4.50 or 1.75 a gallon 12 quarts Old Tom Gin... 8.00 or 3.00 a gallon 12 quarts French Cognac 9.00 or 3.50 a gallon 12 quarts California Grape Brandy 8.00 or 3.00 a gallon 12 quarts Stanford 3A Rye ll.OOor 4.00 a galloo 12 qeartsRalner3A Bourbon 11.00 or 4.00 a gallon 12 quarts Monogram O. P.S. Rye or Bourbon J2.00 or 5.00 a gallon 12 quarts Rock and Rye 6.00 or 2 25 a gallon 12 quarts Peach and Honey 1 6.00 or 2.25 a gallon 12 quarts Millvlew Whiskey, bottled in bond 10.00 or 3.50 a gallrn Remember, we refund you your money and prepay freight both ways If goods are. not satisfactory. We are exclusive wholesale dealers and sell our goods at wholesale prices Nothing but the best. Address alt orders to MIKE JACOB Sb COMPANY WHOLESALE LIQUOR. DEALERS; 404 Washington Street PORTLAND, OREGON We assort cases, if desired) you can take as many bottles of any kind as you wish.

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