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WrEKLY EUGENE GUARD.
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EUGENE, OK., SATURDAY, MAKIJO
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A M DUE HfcA I II. AX.M'AL M'lliHII. MEKl'IX'M. M i V. Fein il
rates made known
,11 blKlH 1""'r
L, batches, Chains. Jewelry, Etc.
LjRl.V(i PKOMPTLY DOX E.
11 rH W arraiitcd.-SM
r W.BROWN, M. D.
Lh.;iw' " '
Wit WO MARBLE WORKS.
,-!,-. ! Prlre" " F"rrl"
L-wtlt JtarW ti""1"-' Mouumeiil..
HiitiiMn'l Cemetery work
ll kludu for IK'i.
liaflKSl"'". near l'-it..m. KiiKone. r
IIiIh niiirniiit when the robin
Sang in tin- apple trim,
And nil I he budding brunches
Were stirring In the breeze,
1 shw two pretty maidens
!o slender unit ho Imr,
ItM Mii,-ki-M'i curling tresses,
Ami dimpled elbows iiare.
Ami while l In- lilut-lilrtU fluttered
Like tillM ot fallen sky,
TiwviI hi'ivund there tit random
' winds that wander by.
These dear and dainty maidens
The violet iitnl the rot
With rounded in ins uplifted
ete Hanging out the clothes.
Now M'HiiLty'it alwuys wiisli-duv,
Ai cvetybody knows,
Ami mi these pretty tiiiiuliMis
Wen- bungi'ig out the i-li it hi'
I.. .M. M. Feb 22, 1.N07.
I XI K U I ) 1 . 1, 1 :ti I A I K A 1 1 1 1 LIT IS
Iffl-i-One-hilf block uth of llirlsinau a
IL'GESE, : OKKOOX.
X. K. M A T.KI.RY.
pnsey & Markley,
ommtrclal ad l'roll
fiiBM in tnruuiu oioih.
Business a Sp-ii
ft MOW. 0. 0. PAINE, f. W. 0S3UHN.
fnilMnl. tic rrcsiuem. bni,r.
i Loan id Sivbs
iCWHS-D. A l,im-, J. B. Itnrrtn. J.
Mill, ft I). I'nilie. . K. Uruwii, J. K.
iauKin, F. W. Ohliuru.
fiilUCijItal, : : :
Several Banking Business Transacted!
(tdlttllowed on time ili'iinnlu.
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fowMontntnuiwl to.rir uru will rwelve
II branches transacted
m County Bank.
(fcubltihej lu 1XSZ)
A general Banking business
A. 0. HOVEY, PrwhU-nt.
M. AKHAMS, Cabr.
A. 0. HOVEY, Jk., Aunt. Canhr
iHanwciw. s b. Kakiw.
Swixirass, ,Wtant Cushier.
lid nn I Ank ji
ru'"wa Pronts. 85o,o
jfugene - Oregon
S"?-D,f ing b'"ino done on raiwoii-
"liIfbn'"'""1'1 "n foi'(n uinntiiei
h-wS!1",''J'''ct to c!i'k "' 0v'rtitl
ftti" 10 wi!1 rB','iv
llii- Annual Kii lil l:iy Arrantfi'd lor.
A hani'liull l.ruKlte KorimU.
The miniiul coiiveiitinii of the Ore
tfnii liiii-rtiilli-lutf Athletic A c,u
liiiii u'hh helil in Sitlem hiot Fiuhiy,
IliiuunJ )tt iH hihI 1) V Kiiyki-iiiliill
ri-iHM-iitin the University ol Oiegon.
Al 1 1 1 Im lonvelitloli It Wiih (leeuled to
hold l he uiiliuiil lli'hl (lay in hull-Ill
Juni-6th, timb-r the uiiiHi-eM of Wil-hiiiu-lle
C'niver-ity. All l he collt'KeH
I the Htiite, exiefil I'urll ml L'nlver
hily, will ut- rrpri-eiili-il in the lmh
leMli. The foiluwinu ollk-i-rn w ere i ict'ted :
I it-.-1 1 It-ii t . ! I-. llnitt ii, nl ilhimi-tle
L'nivei'Mily; viee pi'rMcli'iil, L M Truv
i, of i lit U of O, m-i-ii-mry, Mr Met 'or
mirk, of the Slide Nol'iuul xclmo! ut
Alooiiioiith; tleUNiirer, Mr Hotline, of
the On-noii Ak-neiilturnl College.
At NewbtTn hixt Siitunliiy, un inter
colli ulate biihebull lenuue wan funned
io inrhiile the following i-ulli-c-: l'u-i-itie
Col ene, Mi-.Miiinville College,
Albany Colli ne, Ori'Kon Agricullurul
olli-ije, and I lie l'niveri(y of Ure-joli.
The liillnwing ulUciTs of the l ugw
were i-leuli'd: l'residi iil Fred Kinlier,
of Manmoiilh: mrretury, U V Kuy
k.-ndall uf Kujieue; treasurer, Will
Uli im, of Nt wlH rn.
Ti e si'hi'ilule of 1111111 8 ux ariuiiKeil
an fullowt.: Adiany u Corvalhr.; May
Ihi; winner vs lOum-ne, May liith;
Mo.Miiiiiville vs Newberu, May lftl;
winner v Moiiiiiouth, May loth. Toe
final w inner will play t.igether May
111 li The places for the t'Hine ',ave
not In-i ll selllillll yull.
Iii Honor of Mis l imn.
A vi ry pleasant reception win held
.Saturday cvculiitf by the Missen Wold
..t n.i-ir inline on tbeeoinerof lliull
.ml N'liilh streeU ill liouol of Miss
l.'niin of Jui elion.
The lime whh very pliio-antly spent
in social converse and ill ImteiiiiiK
music Hiid reellato-is. DuriiiK the even
injf delicious lefre-hmeiits w ere terved.
Those present were: Mint Crain, of
Junction, Mrs Wold, Miss Wold,
Mi..-c Ji-hii Hiid (iiliee Wold,
Mr mid Mrs McMurphy, Mrs Lueas
Mr mid Mrs I. inn, Mrs Itrookn, Mc
clain of Taci.uni, Wash.; Misses Sue,
iv.. ii ..ml llnnm-Uu Dorris. Murch,
i..i -i.tii... '.nut. hi. l'.llen unci Celia
Loon is, raiikhurst, Jessie and Mr
naret McClui.j;, Densiiiore, Adair,
iil.i.l,ninti. Mcllure. Katillmaii,
o...i lt,.ri..l.i- I'ruf Friedel. Meters
Nash, Win McClure, Whittlesey, N li
kins, Kaull'niaii, Johnson, Lister,
Hoi it h, Welherbee, flopki.iH, Wulkiiis,
Hull, and K V Lee, of Jui.ulion.
lite Tux Il'il I for ISilC.
i .wi u.iiinl.iv Cniintv Clerk Jell-
niiiK-completed the tux' roll of I.nne
,Miv. f.,r lSUll mid turned il over to
i.u,iii 1..I.IWIIN. S . me 'very interest
iiiK items appear on the roll, among
which tire the following:
iv. ...I i..w I. .villi liV rltll'H
itiiai -v , . ,e, ,0
ImviviI bv snecial
sel O 'I .
levied for county
and slute raises ,
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1 1 Uree and Complete sto. k of
10 lbe U-st markets,
OCLUSIVELY FOR CASH,
ihl Ule I'Ul'Hc lelter priit?
'"J other house lu Eugeue.
"Uilliuijt&i it KarW Prices.
During thevear there were three
special tuxes for cities and thirty two
- " uxeslorsc Is. These special
taxes, together With the changes or
dered made by the slate bourdol enual
izat.on, lurgely increased the w o k
correction and extension over Una ol
Of tin total lux of a II tie oer
Siai.OUO, the riontheru l'ucitle loni
pany pays tUl.tW. or neuily one tenth.
Iter. UeorffeA. Blair Surpi'ineil.
Fasl I'ortlund Oregoniun correspon
. . . ..:i ,.f ..il'-i'i innate esteem
i lent: .a u iuu.c- ... m,.!,
i..rM,l Him Itev GeoigeA Hlair
and wile Monday evening ai the par
Minagei.i.l.eforn. otryrt ; ?i .-
erlllir of the inemu"rs in m-
The Hev M Hisln.p addressed the host
Iv manner, touching upon the P
re ction entertained by the mem , s
.. . . i I 1.. r I ) II l l. 11 n il
ol the CUIiilierianii i - - --
lor their faithful pair an- -
rr.ie DUS V huu .ri...frv -
pasinr B'-V"""' -" i,i, "of the
K iS Si the hear s
'M,s household ami co.,grea o .
Under the gentle nl J."' " '
t. msts. stories a -il recna
..f n... i-vi'inni! sned, and
Hon Lark Hilyeu is up from Salem
1 1 - .i . .
rune me small tree and ihrubs Id
) "ur yarn-.
1) K Slieridan left for I'rineville St-
uniay llmrn i lite.
Hon M II Kincald. secrutury of state
HI...I.I titi.1. .. 1 .. I.- .
-i-......... my iii r.ugene.
Mr .Met iun,r returned from n visit
' ouiaiui .Saturday afternoon.
I'r 1) A l'ai lie, sii erintendiuit of the
naie in-in,, aiyluin, Is in the city
-Mrs Minor (I ray of Mohawk, was
vbiting with friends in the citvtedav.
Missin ) Saltnian and M iss Jesse
i urk left fur rorland on this inoriiiiii:'
lo al train.
The llarrisburg II. mring mill ha:
Oeen li-a-ed by Jainei and Leonard
Mrs Chun Kissinger left Saturday for
Northern California to visit tier
lall;liler, Mrs Dennis.
Dean Sanderson went to llal-ev
Saturday morning, where he conducted
religious services Sunday.
Isaac Larimer visited at home nit-r
Sunday. He is now running u bow l
ing alley at Cottage drove.
C E LeMasters, a student of the Di
vinity School, went to Urowiisvil!e
Saturd.iy to visit a few days.
IV'if Young returned from Cottsge
drove Saturday morning, where he
hud been attending the institute.
Al Kuykendall returned front a trip
to San Francisco Saturday. He renorts
having had a very pleasant vacation.
Miss F.stellii Learned, who has been
hi San F'rmicico pu rcha-i nif a stock ol
spiing millinery, returned home Satur
day. ProfCS Hunt returned from the
teachers Inst itur at Cottage drove on
Saturday evening and reports having
had a veiy enjoyable time.
Mr W II St reft, representative of the
I'aeillc Elk, i paper published In
Portland and devoted to the intt. rents
of tin. I! I t) K, is in the city.
M E Ya'e. of Corvallm. prosecuting
attorney uf the third judicial district,
is in Eugene in attendance upon the
.March term ol circuit court.
MrsW K Ijoughiniller left on the
eurlv trein (his morning for Walla
Walla Washington, to resume charge
of her inillincrry store In that city
President Miller, who lias been
traveling in Southern Oregon in the
interest of the Oregon Agricultural
College, p'issed through Eugene Satur
day en route to Corvallis.
Miss Nettie A Olds leelnred at the
court house Sa turds v evening on the
subject, "The Need ol a Practical
Kehgion." She als i lectured at the
opera house yesterday afternoon.
Judge Adolph F Sears, Jr, and wife
of Portland, are reentered at the Hull
man house. Judge Sears is presiding
over this term ol the circuit court, he
and Judge F'ullerton having tempo
rarily exchanged courts.
What's the mailer w ith that Salem
Journal reporter? He suvs Howard
Williams lias returned to Kiigeim from
Salem, and that Representative T J
Lee has returned to Salem from Junc
A w ide awake Dorcas Society was
organized last Saturday afternoon.
The following members were elected
to serve during theensuing six months.
President, llelle Keeney; Vice presi
dent, Edy the Vincent; Secretary, Myrtle
McMurray; Treasurer, Ethel Staple
ton. Mrnnd Mr J H Kinehart, nf Sum
merville, who have been visiting rel
atives and friends In Eugene since
Friday, went to Junction City this
momine where they will make a short
visit. They will also visit at Corvallis,
Amity, McMinnville and other points
down the valley before returnltu
A ladv from the rural districts, who
is the owner of real estate on IOast 121 la
street, was engaged yesterday (.Sunday)
in planting some shade tree, and
wl en asked why she selected such a
tomi v day for the purpose she t-aid,
"it wiis the last dav of February and If
not planted today they would not do
S'llein Journal: MrsF Southwiok
went to Oregon City and Portland
Friday afternoon on a short visit. Mr
Southwick is one of the delegates from
Oregon to the national convention of
the Woodmen's Circe which meet In
St Louis nn the !Uh of March. It wa
originally Intended to have a confer
enee at Salt Lake City previous to the
national convention, but that lias
b-en abandoned and the ladies will not
leave oultheir eastern trip until the
latter part of next week, 'llie dele
gates had expected to leave for halt
Lake City tomorrow.
March 1, '87.
All cases of sickness improving.
Mrs I) W Eaves who went toSotith-
.! I.. Iir liutatth sollltf
ern t.uinornia i". " -
weeks ago, is n porieu muuii iineiovcu.
Hi-v Miller, late or Kow Kiver, ha
moved to mis pi mo -.--r- -
Mrs M C Van Tyne is b tig a
commodious house on Villa ave. I he
I frame of the structure I already up.
I a lettet from H A I!rr, written ut
!... i.. i'iiv ii the Yukon last Novem
ber, arrival here only a few davs ago,
U. P (irillln, One of Eugene' Pr-nu
luent CitizmM, l)i I'unpecled
ly t Hi Horn u
-Mr. u. l'. t.rtnin died at his home
in this city last Saturday evening at
Ho clock at the age of Ct years,
inontn anil 13 days, after a protract!
Illness of several ycrs. Hi.death wa
uiidin, for while It wa known that
hit nuulitlnu wa critical, not even
members of Ids family thought the
end so mar.
Gilbert Potter Orifflu was born In
East Hamburg, Erie county, New
York, January 11th, 1S33, whert he, a
miliui slail, lived until the age of
seventeen. The four years following
he clerked In a mercantile establish.
inetil in llullalo, New York, and then
fllltd with the spirit of adverture. he
drifted west and spent the next three
yenrs in Michigan. From Michigan
lie went to Illinois w here he met and
married Mary Sprakcr, June l'dli
The Pike's Peak excitement brought
M r. Griflln to Colorado, and from
thete lie came to the coast, coming to
Ongin for the first time in ISO
bile on the coast he spent most
his lime In Nevada, superintending
the building of a quartz mill. After
an aboence of thirteen years, lie then
returned to hi old home in New York
to visit his parents mid spout the fol
lowing seven years In the mercantile
business in his native state. '
Leaving New York in lS7G,he grad
ually drifted went, remaining three
years in Illinois and nine years in
Iowa. During this time he was ex
tensively engaged in stock raising in
Wyoming and Montana. Finally Mr
Giiftln came to Oregon for the bent III
of Ids health in 1SS8 and located iu
F'.ugi lie, w here he resided until hi
During Mr (Irilll i's residence in
tills city, lie wa engaged In the
hardware business, and at the time o
his death was president ol the Grilllu
Hurdw are Company, or which his ton,
G VV Griflln, is secretary. He always
took an active part in municipal
alluirs and was for a time one of the
members of Ihe city council. He wa
a man of sterling Integrity mid in his
death Eugene l as sutlered a great loss,
lteside a mother, three ulsters and a
brother, he leaves a wife, one daughter,
Miss Lizzie Grililn and three tons,
G.W.. Drew and Charles Griffin to
mourn I. Is loss.
The funeral was held at the family
residence this afternoon at 2:3U o'clock,
Pev it C Brooks nllk'iatlng. The re
main were interred lu the IOOK
Hi -porn of Clerk find Utrectors
District o. I Submitted.
THE OICEGO.X LEGISLA I LRU.
Duly 21 l'reseut Today Serge an-ui
Arms Appointed to ltrlng iu
Sai.k.m, March 1. The houso roll
call showed 21 present.
Justice Moure admiulstered the oath
of ofllee to ten assistant sergeants-at-arius
appointed to compel the attend
ance of absent members.
Adjourned until Tuesday afternoon
fLark Ihlyeu ha not yet been
caught by on of the sergeants, i.e
probably Hoes not auow iney ure aner
words of encouragement "' ' . ,,1r(..)r.s himself in good h-altli
loved pastor and hlsesu. , , , wt. tl..,clally.
ii-ringof oiig'ieMs w-'"- i "
STOKE.-March l;t wa-
,,... i ;,v;:,.
a very piensi. -i i
.hebt'the lirm iH "''""
A ( If AMIK
To CTlAtiK (iKiiVK-Mnil: The
llmteriul of the defunct Sla Ion Times
" usid on a p!s-r at Cottle
drove, where it mhs sbips-d this
w.ek Lecentlv the newspaper at that
t.lMce suspended v the death of its
p Hie so t en i
Jack Craig ha- retired
the day or
i,..r ui go uu
( ullage drove
an I take
frim, the N.tt.h strict bur;;er shop .o
I ..!...- I. i J
IS IIIIHIIIK ins.. . ,.. ,.- f,.,r
where they Will re-me ... - -
Hert Vit.cent has retained c g '
the shop on Ninth street and
rep,;ere.l ami .t,.ii.lr..fHrim-
I'imi's UP I"
IZ his worthy wife left yesterday for
til t place. o
i..: t (ju"I, MsrcH 1
who nefdiii i
Pali; Guard, March 2
The Kitaxian SociETV.-The Eu
taxiun Society of the University of
Oregon, held it regular weekly meet
ing lust Friday afternoon, President
Floy Watkiti presiding. After the
routine business was transacted, Miss
Agues Adam delivered an ex en.po
ratwius address on the subject, "The
Decline of the American Republic."
The address was excellent and closely
listened to ly the oclety. Instead ol
the regular debate, a discussion of par
liamentary luW, led by Miss Iheresa
F'riendly, was then entered into. Ibis
discussion was well conducted and
brought out some features of parlia
mentary practice, with which several
of the member were unacquainted.
The session was a very profitable one
and was greatly enjoyed by those pre,
Uallr Ourd, March ..
DfKO. Mr Mary E Hayes, widow
ofJT Hayes, died al her home on
North High street turly this morning.
Deceased waa aged (ii years, 11 month
aud27day. Her husband hud been
dead alsiut a year. She leaves four
children. Deceasd came towregou in
lSilfl and ha resided continuously In
or near Eugene since that time. She
has been a leading worker in Christian
and temp. raiiee cullies. Toe fuin ral
will be hehl fr""' li" r,-'-deiiceof
Mrs Phil Miller, a daugh-t-r
of dcHsed, cm Sixth and
Cbarnelton streets, at 2 pin. Whiles
day, March 2, to the A F and A M j
P,kt,...av I'AHrv.-Ab.;ut Udrty ;;f
a pleasant surpn-- i
the oecMssioij of his
... raluroat ...... !... n v cureu
a n rami 1 ur 'ii-- "".' . ... i.... .,i U'l " .
A l..i.xl.uill M M- SlTVeil, BO
d a pl"H
aeon made a raid on Mrs I
m Willi.' s.iinketmu-e, coiun .-..n. Vm)-. ,,a, aarrn ..
and Lincoln ttrei is, last night ttev Al)MITTK).In the Supreme court
1 sermi ' I ... , ... .,i,. a un Ktlornov. in
nfd altliiuaoer ujr ic- , a.jiniuei w pi .
niotiou of Geo A iorri. iruarn'
many friends congratulate him on the
acquisition of the honorable distinction
from the wail.
i, , ... r' V
A fa ..nail ple
in the houte.
Pail jr i.ur.l, March .'.
The annual meeting of school dis
trict No. 4 w a held in the court houso
at 7 o'clock last evening.
Owing to the sessions of the Client
court which tire held In the same
room, the meeting had to la hurried
through with. The reports of the
clerk and director were read and are
published as billows:
1I It KlIOHs.' HKI'OKT.
EftiKMK, Okkiion, March 1, IVC.
To the citizens of School District No
4, of Lane County, Oregon:
We have the honor to reside1 .fully
submit berew tela the follow ing report
for the past shool year.
In the maintenance of the ichisil for
the past year it has been the faithful
endeavnr of the hoard to exercise the
most Judicious business management
lielieviug the previous year's woik
to have been most successful all th
teachers were retained, but later Miss
Alice D irtis resiguo.1 ami Mis Eiiun i
Pintts was elected to 111! the vacancy
Thorough work has bei'ii done in all
the grades mid prolli'leiit scholarship
A strict aud wholesome discipline
has been maintained by I he mildest
(IllAHE OK TIIK M lln il.S
lhere has been some anxiety ex
pressed in regard to the grade o: the
schools, since it has been stated Hint
the lb'gcut of the University has cut
oll'two year ol the four years prepara
Since thai announcement the board
passed a resolution to add another
year's work to the public school course
of study so as to fully prepare the pu
pile to eider the University.
Thu grade of the public schools hits
been amply siidlcicul to do this here
Every moral and social virtue has
la-en pcisUtenlly taught mid liicub
cated in to the luiliils of the pupils
a id all forms of v ice duly restrained.
it Is confidently lullevea that no
school iu our country excels the high
moral standard oloiir own.
The most hearty good will prevails
aud respect for the rights, duties and
privileges of others Is had at all times,
1 lie attendance during the yar
last pust has been up to the standard
heretofore mah tallied.
The average atlendanco was live
hundred ami seventy .six, being a
slight decrease from the preceding
The buildings ami grounds have been
kept lu a cleanly aud healthful condi
tion and there has been no serious sick,
ness among the pupils.
One-half day was set apart and ob
srved In the Central School as Pio
neer Day and invitations were sent
out to the early settlers. Old time
recitations ami songs were rendered by
the pupil and addresses were made by
the pioneer who were present.
All the public holidays and others
set apart by law have been observed
am) there has been taught respect for
the founders and leaders of our nation,
reverence to God, love ofpareuts, home
Instruction has been given through
out the schools orally and by regular
text bootr and recitations In morals and
manners, civil government and tho
eflects or narcotics and stimulants.
The cigaretto habit and the use of
tobacco bus been almost wholly sup
pressed among the pupil.
The Impressive lesson of charity was
again glvtn at Christum time by col
lecting contributions arid dlspenilng
them to the needy,
More Interest and greuler llherulily
prevailed than heretofore and besides
the lessons 'if charity to the children,
much substantial aid was given to
those who most highly appreciated it.
SCHOOL PtmmKK AND AI'PAKATt'H
The furniture of the Central School
Is not a good as many would like to
have it, but It Is a gisid now a It has
been for the past twenty yearn and
therefore the hoard ha felt that It may
possibly suffice for a year or so yet
until the present distressing times may
change. The school I likewise with
out suitable apparatus ami for the
same reaion has been allowed to re
Wm. Pkf.sio.v, I
J. L. Pa ok, Directors.
C. H. Frank. )
The following Is the annual report of
the schools In district No. 4, Lane
county, Oregon, for the year ending
March 1, IHU', as lendere-d by Geo. F.
Craw, district Clerk.
NuifrW of resident per- (
son lietwteti four and
twenty year of age. 6t5
Numlwr of resident pu
pil enrolled 1s t ween
four and twenty year
of age f.04
No. of resident pupils in
district enrolled under
six ve.trt of st
No. of ridi tit pupil- at-
tending school .i!lde
of tho district 'M
Average ihi'lv attct.dit'ee :';; ,
Total ':'' j
No. ir lerichurs employed 'J II
Total .' b'l
No. of teachers employed
holding first grade
No. of teachers employ
e I holding lite diploma-
No. of le.ii lii-rs employed
holding state diplomas I 4
No. uf teachers employed
lo'ding stale certill
No. of children not al -tending
any school, be
tween four and twenty
years or uge 27tl
V. of 0 127
No of pupils enrolled in
private schools In the
Estimated value of school
house, including school house
ground- J 27,IKK)
E'timutcd value of school fur
niture belonging to the school
Estimated value ol uppuiatus,
including maps, globe-, charts,
school tablets, etc M)
Amount of Insurance on school
houses or other ii'liool properly
Ccnlrut school $I,HH, Geary
fUKKI !I,IH 0
Average amount of salary paid
mule tcucher- per mouth . .. 1US 7 1
Average amount of salary paid
female teachers per month 4"i..'!ti
No. of months public school
No. of private school- 3
No. of school houses in this dis
trict, (frame) 2
No. of suitable record honks be
longing to the district (sup
plle.i with) Yes
Value of Webster's Unabridged
Dictionary belonging to dis
trict (supplied with) Yis
Per eel t of lax voted and lev
ted during Ihe year lu this
district for school purposes 2 mills
I ' I N A N t ' I A I, ST A T K M K N T.
Whole amount school funds in
th hands of district clerk at
the beginning of this school
year, Maruli 2, ISiMI I3!U CI
Amount received on district
tax account during the yea' 3227 04
Amount of money received of
county treasurer from the
county school fund during
the year... 4.'i2l 00
Amount of money received
from count y treasurer from
the apportionment of Ihe
atatoichnol fund during the
year I2S7 30
Amount of money received by
rate hills (hi ring the year Ifl.'l 00
'Slf'l MO 17
t . v.
Total flft'ilU 45
Amount pa'.d out for teach
ers' wagea $7i;01 i!5
Amount paid for Junllors -isJ (H)
Amount paid for repairs on
school house and premises...
Amount paid for fuel end inci
dentals, wood $2.r)8.03, other
exponse f. '147.(13
Amount paid for clerk' ser
Amount puld for insurance. ..
Amount paid out for all other
school purposes, notes and
interest 1132 77
Unpaid warrants al begin
ning of year 12 U2
Cash on hand
Amount school funds
possession of the
f 10202 CO
clerk f 10.103 4.'.
Dally Uu-ra, Mureli ?..
In Thk Kkcokdkii'h Cot'iir. To
day bus lieen a busy one foi the He-
corder. Two Chinamen were lined
18 each, otio for a-saul(, tho other
for carrying concealed weapons. Ash
ley Stevens was lined $l"i for an as
sault on V.vn Gray and an unknown
culprit paid $S and costs for indulging
lu disorderly conduct. Eva drny
also appeared before the recorder on
the charge of assault, but w hen the
G C A hd went to press the case had not
been disposed (r.
Il I t ;
I l '..
t hl.e all nature,
i i ih.iKrJ up by
. i . v.iii. li brings on
1 .'. "V .lnj Kheutna
t i v. .il.c i'fi your Liver
v ti t.i'.i" Sl.MMONS
Miir. 1 1 Jo it. It also
.. !..-i-ps il pnperly at
r . ' : t u ill be free from
; i I'.-.lv itivlgor.itej.
i i All n'.Jili.ni, anj that
1 1 : I :wr isk'-pt active.
i 'v i .11 ij note the
! I i ui',' SIM.MONS
l. '..' l! is SIMMONS
i ' ; .: iiKikes the
1 1 p A r T in nquia
t- if the
-1 ),ss i tG ti
ll i u.l tin- h'l-b i. in every
... : i it.
J. li. i iiiu ; Cj., i'lotudi iphio. Pa.
I'll F. TP. I I'M I'll IX T OKATOK.
IIU I liissiii it. , Hie 1'nlverslty and
Citizens I Hue In Doltiff
Mem1" is of the faculty of the U of
O, student aud citizen turned out
eu iii'ie y ster.lav eveiung in nonor
of Mr I'isU, the intercollegiate oratori
cal champion of Oregon for the present
vear. In till there have bven live of
the intf iv.ill.'oat.i oi Uoi le il contests,
ami one befoie h 11 th.) U oT O bjen
VictoiioiM. This was lu 1H02, wheu
Al ss Julia YiMzie, d.i-s or '03, carried
oil the leuiois.
Last cveniiu' the l.irgo auditorium
of Villard Hull was completely lilted.
Conspicuous mining the audience waa
the class nf '07. Seated on the right
sideuf llie gallery, the class pennant of
purple and gold hanging In graceful
folds below tin-in , they presented a
picture of triumph and college enthu
siasm lately i ipialh d ill the history of
the University. Not less deeply than
Mr Fi-k him. If, do his classmate
appreciate the great honor th success
ful contestant has brought upon him
HL'ir, his clns, and hi college.
Promptly ut 8::it) o'clock, member
or the faculty, the executive committee
of the hoard or regents, Mr F'isk, and
Mr Wood. on, president of the dim of
'07 nud presiding oillcer of the even
ing, mounted the rostrum. The yell
of '07 was given with a will and the
audience settled itself to listen to ali
The Intr iiluctory address was made
by Mr Woodson, aud wa followed by
un luslrutiiunlal solo by Miss Klater.
MrN II Friendly, in behair of the re
gents, spoke a few appiopriute words
after which a pleasing duet was sui.g
by Misses Vorati and Hendricks.
Prof Carson then delivered a short
address. Mr I-'l-k then rese to respond
and as he stepped to the front of the
front of the rostrum a perfect roar of
applause greeted him. He thanked
the students and the faculty, the re
gents aud citizens for their interest In
the contest and for the kindness they
nud shown hlui, aud after a short but
feeling ad'lrcn resumed hi seat.
The program was closed by a vocal
.Io by Miss Cccilu Dorris, after which
an informal reception wu held.
Alter tho reception lu Villard hall,
the Senior class adjourned to tho
liiiuhonicre whvre a supper was given.
Mr F'isk by his class.
The tables were beautifully decorated
witli the colors of '07 and draped upon.
the w ull buck of them Was the class
pennant. Toasts were resKnded,to by
Miss Underwood and Mis Kelly and
Messrs Travis, McFudden, Keeney and
Fisk, and college songs were sung, one
of them having been written by an
enthusiastic collegian expressly for tho
occasion. P.eforu breaking up for the
nigh!., a 11 ish picture of the clam was
KLMSTKD AN OKFICHIt
In llm Iiiscluirge ol His Duty. Serious
Cui fAtii: Gkovk, March 2. Yester
day evening City Marshal J Ii Baker
was :i-:iulted mid seriously lnured by
Ii H Mushy, whom he was tryngl to
Mishy, In company with several
disorderly chaiacters, had become In
toxicide. I and was creating a disturb
mice, when .Marsnai isiiaer auempieu
Mosl.y resisted and struck
the otVu i r mi the head with a heavy
Iron bar, Indicting a wound which Is
sellout and may prove fatal.
Daily i. 'inl, Mii'i'li 1.
Aktkk Thk u. L H McMuhun of
Hi.'em Is in the city today. He None
of the 10 sergeant-iit-arms appointed j m(. irr..t
by the house at Salem to enlorce the
attendance of absent members und Is
here after llepresenativrs Palm, ami
aughan. Mr uugnun is mo sick to Mo,l,y has an unsavory reputation
return to Halem and the sergeant at- luil) tlli u ,,(, t, nrst time he has
arms has not yet found Palm, who is j ,m(, ,,,,,,,, h wU, farshal ilaker. Ha
probably somev-eru In the woods iM flv,llK.,ltiy rcslstud urrest and baa
near his farm. Lark Ililyeu left for j .V);l ti,,,,., huccccded In escaping tho
Haluiu on tin early train this morn- ! uHieer.
Marshal linker -9 under tho care or
I hr Wall, li s couditiou I precarious
Academy ok Sn iKNCK. i he Acude-! and no one can say w hat the result
tnvof Hcieinsi or the University ofiwilioe.
Oreiron held 1 1 regular monthly meet
Ing last Sufui day evening. The featuie
if the meetin: ; ws- a lecture on "Plant
Lire" by Mrs LI K MoCoruack.
I, T Harris of Eugene, dep
ciitlng attorney, a rlvol from
this ufiei noun. A warrant has been
worn out for Mosby'e arrest.
. s-il time enioyed by the youi,