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USUAL MADRID CLAiM:!
A Campaign .Uiiost Ptrtt Rid
! u (mi at I'ull r Mia
Special la th OvtLU
IjJIIIlUOHTllBI. flj 1. 10 u id
The advance lines of the Ainem-m
troojs m.-t tlii' Spanish forv-H this
tnoroii if, and after preliminary 'lr-
mi-!..i, the ba'.ie became g n ral m.U
In now In prog:
Bb.fle.s force, are crowding the
Span lab and litvv drift! lbm fr na
their original line of battle. The
Spaniards fight bald and are a'ub
born I y contesting the battle.
AN BAST ooinb tVHKti
POBT Haii, July I Can are :l -t
l still taking on coal and no rlribta
preparationi otherwise fur sailing nr.'
IMOMflMi TAKE A II AM)
HA.HTIAOOKK l ilA,Julyl,ll u ill
--The Hpanl.idi an fighting hard.
Tho Insurgent tr lOOS arc aiming iu on
USUAL SPAN 1811 CLAIMS.
Madrid, July 1 Th Bewapaper of
tbla city claim a victory f ir tin- Bpan
lull forces at Santiago.
IORTO ltl 0 To Hi ATTACKED
New York, July 1 A W shlng on
dispatch saya th j i 1 1 i hi against
I'otto Hlco will he wilt Immediately.
Washington, July 1, I p m Advices
just received fioui Santiago slate that
tbe battle la hotly BOCbHUd and thul
furioua llghtlug Is taking place be
tween the two aimli l
VESUVIUS TAKEN A IIAMi.
The dynamite cruiser Vesuvius la
using her guns UtlOWtOg djimnue
Into the Hpanlah lima with idling
Hong Kong July 1 Manila advlOH
under date o.' June JT are to the e fleet
that tne luaurgeiit army l tnoamptd
within a mile and t half of he city.
People are leaving Manila hy the bun
dreds to escae sturvatioii and danger
of the aelge.
TIHEIMIK TUB BAI T loiili.
Admiral Dewey 'a men are fritting
from their long OOOflOMMOl and in
tired of salt meala.
Harrlaburg M K UbureJj
Hlda are lieint: icreivcil at Barrle
burg for the OOUtmoUetl if a M B
church building at tlmt plaOT, The
main aiidltoriuin la In b MxBO, lectuie
room lSx.'IJ, HI f mt walla, self support
iBg riMiI.etc, and w 111 coat almut IJJOO
U I) 1'rlooof Atlantic lllghhiiida, N J,
who supplied plMM fur the two iuw
Melhodlat chlirchea at CoTTaJlla, lur
nlahed the plana for the propoied
bulhliliKal llarrlahurg. Itlasaid that
this architect list provide. I Ibl pltl t ol
KI.OCO buildings for MtthodUt people
la preparing for the Mtetlon or the
Uew church at llarrlahurg a l.ullillng
was torn dou n which wua hullt II
years ngo, and u-ed as a achnnl hmiM-,
church and place of Hilltical gather
lnga. In thla old alructure m ine v! Mi
present day hlati mil n rniu.. prima
ry Instruction, and Us walla have re
verberated the lliipataloned Utterances
of the moat dlatlngulatu'd of our pio
neer statesmen and ilivimt
t'ouioylug a Koriunp.
IVrllamt Telegram: It la reported
hy good authority Unit the United
States gunboat Wheeling left S atth
last Haturdav for St Michael to OMVOJ
tbe ateamer rrngress, w hich has the
flrst shipment of gold from Alaaka.
amounting to 111,000,000, to Seattle
Tbe Bhipmeni I said to have iefi
lawou some time ago, and liproltil
board of tbe Progress tiy this time.
Lr.K ( III "I Ho.VLl l.l ,
Tail' ( EutBBalalle kteeptioa
Accorded tbe - (Idler B)i.
evnlao-i TclairaB. Je
Ixe Chu, lumlr mt rrbaot of Hono
lulu, a very intelligent Chinaman,
Whole iu the city on bualnea. apeak
io the moat glowing leftti of the re-
ceplion accorded the American troop
on the Ulande. Sir C'bu left Honolulu
M lb M h, after the Uo-ipe had em
bark! for Ma:... .
'There could not bare been more
MlfcMaMM dipised had tbe troop
bakMkfad to th- Ulanda," aald be la
c-ori vernal in thi-i morning, "and if thi
In nn oil.. jI .a of anything. It li of
Ihe close tied friendship exlutllig be
tween t!i l governuienti. Thi ex
i i f pa' rim Um moljneirl by
all f. .r.-t iiii. u TIii.r. uau nrittiitii ji
gMl i n the American soldiers,
"Long Utoie their arrive1, tbe mer
chants f lioiioiuiu ialad to.ttethlog
like ;r'i for aii entertainment fund,
ami when the IfOOfB landed the city
wa practicilly turned over to them
Everything iu the shape of f od, cl
gr, tobuico, trull, stationery and
nlan.pi wat me to them 1 tie sam-
klod of a itcept ion lain waiting for all
the troop, that may full) the fir
expedition. A : u m I know, no one
de-efii-d A few got Ml when the
trui Miri palled out, but tbey will
catch up la'er."
panklng of Ux lum'a-r industry
on the Ha a an in islands, Mr Chu states
that there la an Increasing demand for
Or gun ai.d Washington 11 r and pl.ie.
I linn i, tadl -everal million feet
a'. finally, on:, i there in three more
I iumU r tlrm-. l it- trade ia by no meant
Insignificant. K iugh lumber ia woith
from 10 to 18 a thoiiaaud at Honolu
lu, and then- .h a good protl'. iu I: at
A RELIC UK 1U00
W.ll be Placed III the Wall or the Pint
National Itank Dullding.
W..i n the llral blick building was
const ructed on the site of the ground
now I ciog covend by the elegant and
modern structure lor the future home
of tbe First National Itank of Eugene,
a mai Ml i lab wua placed on the mid
dle Mm of the front near the top of
the brickwork. That marble slab bore
r, o. o. v.
Wneti the Odd Fellows erected their
new temple their interest in the old
BfttOW corner, cviiaistiug of the upper
story, waapuchastd hy Mr Hendricks.
The tahl"t which marked tbe home of
the 1 dge for nearly 30 years was left
in the wall, where it remained until
tho demolition of the budding a few
The stone, or Mlbtf a part of it, that
which hears the date "1809," will be
again placed iu or near the position it
laid lor a many years. The masons
will Lull I it into tin. wall of the u j p. i
itory facing Willamette street.
Krttjrbi djr.Muit Hay.
All p. -t musters who issue money
rl i - have been ntllcially notified that
on and after July 1st, 1808, and until
further notice, a special war tax of two
cen is mtMt lie added to t lie fee for
every domestic money order issued.
No additional charge is made on Inter
lutioual money orders. Po-tuiaeter
Henderson Of tbla city, has received
ofthial instructions to this ellect.
Tin: MiKDKKEK's Version. Frl
day'i Albany Demoond; I'MoGnti
was brought to Albany this morning
hy ('unstable McClaiu, and placed in
the county jail, where hi will await
the action of the grand Jury. The feel
ing in Hnrtlsliirg last ivt uil g was so
string against 1 in, t lint u special
guard wua plucid over him and it waa
thought bail to get him to Albany as
soon tin possible His version of the
matter la simply that young 'Punier
M Intimate With kit Wife. Mr Me
tiiath though, has an txccllent repu-
utllon ud tbe gvntnl opinion at liar
list urg Is that he ia laboring under
some hallucination of the mind, which
he is said to do somet inu a. He ha
riaiiuii Wtsl her ford & Wyati i is
DlBD The following la tken from
a papaf at QraafJtVtUt) Idaho ol May
15, 1S98 Henry it Sob madeira, son of
Qaotga ami Boahla Inhmadetra, was
b.itn nesr Ivigeue, I. sue county, Ore
gon, Nov If, I8T1, where lie lived with
his parents, ai.d eirly iu life came with
them to Camas I'rilrie wiiere he resid
ed up to the time of his death. He ob
tained iiis id icatlon at the Columbia
Kiver Confer nee Academy at Orange
vi le, Idaho, lie was long a member
of Charity Orange Pet ll at tills place
and bald Important offices therein, ami
was at one time Worthy Master,
which office he (Hied With credit. He
had Ihh a great autlerer of late year
with rluumati-m ami heart trouble,
and of the latter disease he died. His
pneuts ean pioneer of Laue couuty,
COIN i EST ON
Jf Biogiimans Pap Cootesting
D Edwards' Seat io Hands
io.niisioi:BtHir at btauk
Dally Guard Jul 1.
I.iinn 1. Rllveu and H U Norlou,
attorneys tor V H Baughman, today
placed In tbe bauds of Sheriff Johason
t e' NotloeofO.ntestofKlection 'toDe aoumooai parucuiars couceru.. a
served on H P Edwsrdi, who clalmJ killing of Charle Turuer by TM Mc
to have been elected commissioner at Orath:
the late election over said Baugbman la tbe flret place, Mi 8 laid, be was
hy one vote. The notice makes ilxteen ; satisfied that tbe young man was mur-
aheeta of paper written by a type
It is in part
In the circuit court of the state of
Oregoo for Lane County. About two mouths ago McUrath met
"W II Baugbman, plaintlfl and Con- young Turner and abuted him and ac
teatant. v H D Edwards, defjudant cused him of making trouble In hi
aud Conlestee. i fsmlly. A short time after this Tur-
"To H D Edwarda, the above named ner got a letter thiough the postoftlce,
defeudmt: Vou are hereby notified signed "M," warning lilm that they
that the above named plaintiff hereby (probably meaning himself and Mrs
aontastsyiur election to the office of McCirath bad been detected and la
County Commissioner of Lane County, ( mutt not come to the house again.
State of Oregoo, and that the hearing ; Then in about a w..k MiOrtib. came
of said cinteat will be bad before the : and gave Turner a letter addressed to
Judge of the above entitled Court on him, saying be had found it in the
Moudsy, tne I8lh day of July, 1868. at road with aon- cent stamp on it. Thi
tbe hour of One o'clock in the after-, lette' warned him to leave the country ;
noon of add day as is convenient to the tbnt they were suspected and that Mrs
Judge of said Court, at the Court House McUrath and him-elf would soon M
In tne City ot Eugene, Lane County, killed. Advised him to never come to
Orrg..:., and for ground of contest the house. This letter was unsigutd.
plaintiff alleges: He showed these letters to Mr Som-
Tho plaictift claims to have received msrvllle and Willard Simmons, and
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more votes than defendant.
The notice claima that he, the
plaintlfl, rec-. i ved more vote and the
defendant less votes than were return
ed in the following precincts:
Cresnell, Lake, Thurston, Neceta,
Fl ireuce, (Jlenteua, E Cottage Grove,
tbe six Eugene precincts, West Cot-
tageiirove, the two Junction precincts,
Irving, Willamette, Springfield, Qo-
sheii, Camp Creek, Loug Tom, Lost
Va ley, llabtl, Mohawk, Jasper, Mid
dle Fork, Lane, Elmlra, Fall Creek,
Siuslaw, Mapieton, Richardson, Hazel
Dell, Cheshcr and Spencer.
fhat the judge of election iu and for
the said election precincts herein
above specially mentioned and In each
ofihetn rejected and refused to count
votes which were legally cast for thi
plaintiff for the alleged reason: That
they were improperly marked by the
person who cast said votes ss ballots.
That this plaintlfl is unable to give
more pirtl.'iilarly the exact number of
votes cast for him, or cast for defen
dant , or cat iu the several precincts or
in any of them i i Bald county, for ihe
reason that lie has been unable te ex
amine the official ballot cast therein.
Wherefore, plaintiff demands that
tbe County Clerk ol Laue county, Ore
gon, las icqulred .to produce, iusaid
court, i. I of tbe ballots oast aud yoted
iu said general electiou for county offi
cers, held on the 6th day of June, 1808,
in and for said county, and that tbe
Court proceed w ith this contest aud
make au entire recount ot all tbe vote
and ballots so cast aud voted for this
plaintiff and the aald defendant at
(aid electiou In the maimer provided
by law, aud that t tie Court give Judg
ment In favor of the plaiutitl, that he
is entitled to the office of County Com
missioner for said Lane county, for the
term commencing on the 4th day of
July, 1SU8, and to all of tbe rights,
privileges, and emoluments thereunto
bslnngitig or appertaining; and that
the county clerk of said couuty be di
rected and required to issue to this
plaintiff his certificate of electiou as
such County Commissioner, and that
the plaintlfl have and recover from the
defendant hi costs and disbursement
herein to at taxed.
A petition is in circulation forth
extension of the daily mail service on
the McKeu.lo route from Leaburg to
Belknap Springs and Foley Springs
during July, August and September.
It ia being uumerously signed.
We hope the department w ill grant
this petition, During the suuiuiei
mouths a c neidefsUa number of peo
ple spend the: time at the hot spring
aud lu that vicinity, and a daily mail
would be gleatly appreciated besides
being Only a matter ol Justice which
the department owes to our people,
i'antbnr and Bog.
Leland, a II tie iowu iu Jackson
couuty, waa the seen. of an exciting
incident a few evening ago. Tbe
proprietor aud guests of the Brlggs
hotel were alarmed by the cries of a
dog and tin uoise of a struggle on the
front porch. Before auy oue could
reach the sce:.e a large cougar had
draggidthe dog a quarter of a mile,
when it wa frightened away and the
dog wa taken I nek to the hotel. The
dog wa no match fer the oougar, and
Its back ai d head were hadlv lacer-
ated by the teeth and claws of tbe
i wild animal.
I More Particulars ConcerniDg The ft
icg of Charles hmt.
Till. VICTIM Bt UIAI.
OBIIT . ..' -J 1
Harvey Sommervllle airived In
geoe last evening ana mis moruiog
Guard reporter learned the following
aerea in coia o.oau suu wkuoui
provocation wbatever; that ne was eat
itfled that Turner tied not been to the
Mtfiralb house Iu live uionun.
'""S"' "" "
Since (hat tims McUrath had abused
tbe boy twice, an 1 thu several times
professed the greatest friendship for
him and invited the young man to his
home. At one of the interviews, when
Mctirath was abusing Charley, Mrs
Mc i rath appeared on the scene and
invited him to hei home, saying she
owned It. McCirath got very nr gry
and told her to go borne, that she was
crazy. A mom li ago he told Willard
Simmons be had nothing whatever
THE FATAL MOKMXO.
Yesterday morning about 9 o'clock,
a son or Mcurath came t Mr Som
tnervIHe' place and wau'ei to borrow
tome money, JJ0, for his father, who,
he said, was goiu;; to San Francisco.
MrS let him have it. While they
were yet talking McUrath Sr, came in
sight md the younger .Met; rath told
Harvey not to tell him hi mission.
McUrath 8r, came up aud wanted to
know their conversation, wiieu he was
told that it was about his sou intend
ing to commence vork for him after
the Fourth. McUrath then pulled out
a letter which he claimed he had re
ceived from San Francisco, and want
ed Harvey to read It. At firt lie re
fused, hnt finally consented. The let
ter was poorly written and pretended
to have came from a soldier boy. It
stated lie had heard he was having
trouble with Turner and hi wife; that
he bad writteu Charley a letter to
give him a scare; that he would soon
come home and tlx up all matters.
Then he told Mr Sommerville that
he wanted to see Turuer a few minutes.
He weut into the field where he was
haying and the two men walk, doff
together. He was seen to give the let
ter to Charley and heard to commence
Ai.drew Sninggale beard Charlie
tell him to go away that he want-d no
trouble with him, and he repeated this
again. After thla Spinggate noticed
McUrath reach for Ids pistol and also
noticed Turner start to run away from
tho man, when, he drew the pistol and
Sred striking Charley In the bask the
ball lodging in the heart He never
uttered a word after the fatal shot,
falling on bis face and ouly breathed
once or twice.
Spinggate rushed iu utid grabbed
Mctirath, taking the pistol from him.
saying: 'You have killed the boy'
McUrath MMWtrcdi "Let me have the
pistol, d m him; I will ilnis.it am."
Afterwards he claimed lie did not In -tend
to kill him but to shoot him in
Waaheld lite yesterday afternoon
aud charged MeUrath with murder In
th first degiee.
The Turner and McUrath families
were on very friendly terms and have
corresponded right .long. The eldest
son of the McUrath's, aged 19 years
was a warm friend of Charley Turner.
McUrath and his wife have had
trouble for some time. It appears that
Mr McUrath paid off a mortgage of
iSOO against their land from inherit
ance money aud thereupon she w.g
J i.j ii. . a a
uceoeu me lanu ny her husband. For
, ..-uu. ror
several mouths he had wanted the land
ueeueaoaea out Hie relu,ed without
her $800 were forth conilug.
The people iu the immediate vicinity
of the homicide are terribly shocked
over the uurortuuate allalr. They are
unai.luiouB to CMudemna Ion of Mo-
Urstb. ail believing In tbe boy "i entire
HELD WITHOIT I. -NDfl.
V. .rath was tak-n Uf .re Justice J It
ButkDum, at Uarritburg, and
waived examination and waa
await the action of tbe next Linn
County grand Jury without bonds. It
was feared last evening be would be
mobbed, and be was hurriedly takeu
i he body of Charles Turuer tbe un
fortunate victim, was brought bere last
night at 11.-25 o'clock by loving frienda
The funeral took place this afternoon
from tbe family residence n tbe Mul
key cemetery, being largely attended.
Tl.ef.onlly have the heartfelt sym
pithy of all our citizen.
Cbas Uoldmitb is in Eugene.
Harley Morris went to Portland
u . r l' . ...... UrAwnaDlll.
ii'mi i, niijr . mm omvw
J DLUU) iwiuiuru w vtba
today'. IU0 loosi.
B A Washburne of Springfield wbs
In Lugtne today.
John Beverly went to Portland to
day to spend tbe Fourth.
Earl Abbett ha gone to Jefferson to
work In Sbacklett s tor.
Heitshu, tbe old Portland drug-
gist, was in r.ugeue lousy.
Judge Potter went to Portlaud this
uswBUjg u u ....u.
it Ld nanin, traveler mr me j c AyereD(1 of mlnnbH ripu
C .. left toc'av for points north.
IV n.vls ler..r Ida hnnw In
Sonoma county, C.I, to night.
Attorney Wilki is h is gone to Flor-
euce to orate on tbe Fourth of July.
Mr S W Condon and on Holt, of
Oakland. Cal, are visiting in Eugene.
F W Oshuru and his son, Wayne,
will leave for Annapolis, Maryland to-
Miss Dottle Sovern left today for
Albany, where she will enj y the cele
bration. County Cierk-elect E U Lee return
ed to Junction today to spend the
Prof E B McElroy writes u. from
Portland that be will leave that city
for Washington, D C, tonight.
Friday's Albany Democrat: Earl
Ahbett, son of Itev abbett of Eugene,
I in the city visiting friends.
Miss Katharine Patterson lias re
turned from Leaburg, where .he closed
a very successful term of school.
Joe Hyuian arrived up from Cali
fornia this morning. He has been
employed in a vineyard for -ome time.
(ieorge Elviu and wife leave for Ba
k?r City the first of the week to locate.
El'- in has been working in Marx' bat
her shop recently.
Klamath Falls Express of June 30th
iy: "Blck" Smith and PrcfChasE
Burden of EugHne, are at Crater Lake
this week enjoying the Bights of that
Oregon Poultry Journal: Ueo Fisher
ofKugene, Oregon, our popular game
fancier, made quite recently a large
sale of some of bis best pit games to
parties iu Washington.
The Dalles T-M of Thursday: Al
exander Cocketliu and wife, of Eu
gene, arrived last night and left this
morning for Dufur, to attend tbe fu
neral of Mr Cockerline's sister, Mrs
Smith, who died yesterdday at Boyd.
Mis H E Ankeny and daughters,
Misses Dee and Oladys, expect to leave
for the Sterling miues Monday to
sp.md a month, They will then re-
iurn totugene, Mr Aakenv and tba
rt of the family accompanying them.
Friday's Day ten Herald: C E
Woodson and J C Higgins, who have
been visiting Lewis Alderman the past
week, started for Tillamook on Mon
day. Mr Woodson is assist aut pro
lessor of history and political economy
lu the University of Oregon. Mr Hig
gins i principal of the public school
at Etna, Washington.
Orkook'i Official Roster.
Amelie de F Smith, of Portlaud, com
piler aud publisher of the official roster
of the Second regiment, Oregon voluu
teerB, has appointed Mr H F Hollen-
U 1- . a a .
uee 01 mis city, general agent for
Lane and Line counties, and ail sales
iu tins territory will be made through
hlni. This is an excellent selection.
The raster, mention of which waa made
in the Ucard u week ago, when it was
issued from the press, ls a most Inter
eating little volume, well edited and
-no uue illustrations, and Is a fine
souveuir. Headquarters for the sale
of the loster will be made at Hollen
heck's book store, where the books
can be secured, or from olicltors who
win at once be placed in the field.
Marrie-Iu San Francisco
June iv, ib8, at the bride's parent!
hy Habbl Jacob Nleto, Dr Arthur P
Lachman, of the University ofOmmn
.j nn.... .. " --
ru,e ;Nattln. o'San Fran
Cisco. Thev will
Sonthem California, expectiug to re
turn to Eugene in about six weeks
Tney will occupyy prof Washburn's
residence on Eleventh stre. t during
the balance of tbe summer vacation
A 10611. IIB
i G Heodricks' Hume Sulfa
At 2 o'clock this an.,,
residence of Hon T O Hendricks
ner or Moth and Charneiton aJ
fv,lr tin II Ik. .
... urai lp of
iKa .. . .
wmm .i.icuv lurueU OUt.
minutes elanaoH .t
t ..r.. in I. . - . 1
,u lu" "'eaniime, the depan-J
f- SU- . a
uu .lutein venera e s
- . ii.UJ'T.i!
fnllinoi thin rtm ft,. . . 1. - ,
-a ."i. i.vui me OOUB.
minutes every room ws disououJ
KtyciM, L 1 1 U UCUf? , U JT -&Jj
stead aud everything else bain.
... eise using car.
nea 10 a place or safety.
If l t'APL. f.,rl,.. . .1.1
- ' MUI doo
eUw tbere would bve been much rao.
aS ' mrniture aud firpeU
waier, mau oy nre. As U is oj
j contents of the buildiug are comptr.
; lively uuinjureu.
Tbe good work of the depirtmM
soon showed in evidenc
llcany out, A good sized ,
I . B ' U ""0I
tbe rf ls troyd. aud lh. pngg
BUU "ceiui application of the varioui
streams played havoc with tbe plutca
'K aud other parts of the Interior.
The flue had been burnea oat ihis
morning and it Is evidently from nil
source that the fl.e oilginatea, iparki
aiignung ou tne roof near the min
chimney. From there the Are workid
ti under the roof and at the first lit.
tie difficulty was experienced in resell. I
iug It. Tbe cutting away Qf a portlo.l
of the celling of one of the upper roonal
made short work of it, howev
Fearing that sparks might lodge oal
the roof from tbe tlueduriug tbe pro-
cess of burning it out, Mr Hendricu
i. i ..
mm a mau go on tne n of nt neon til
investigate, but he failed to note whit
caused the catastrophe later on.
1 he building was insured for $150)1
in either tbe Connecticut or London l
uiobe. Ihe loss will foot up aboutl
J1000. Work will at once commend!
repairiug the building.
On the furniture very little dauiaptl
will be found, owing to tb care taken I
in removal. There wa no Insu raticsl
carried on f li -.iture, elc.
The Rescues put the first stream on
The citizens worked as r.a-d remov
ing household good as the firemen did
in putting out tbe blaze.
Eugene again has occasion for cor
gratulation on its flue volunteer Oxel
Rotten hose again caused trouble.
section or t io is burst at every flrtl
The council will buy new ho;e son
Eugene has fewer Ares and stnaliei
losses than any town In tbu I tail, tu
Insurance rates are way up. Why
Two rings belonging to MUs At
Hendricks were either picked up I
safety or fell on the floor and coral
by the rubbish. They were li'f
prized and a knowledge of their wheM
abouts would be appreciated by ber.
Tom Hendricks is an exempt moj
ber of the Eugene fire department, ufl
the way he trotted around the buildiM
covered with water caused oue I
think his time had not bceu tetrll
John T. Wilson.
Died, Friday evening. July 1,
at the family home, corner TentbU"!
Oik streets. Johu T Wilson, sgw1
years, 1 mouth and 18 days. Pec
had been a suflerer with cancer rflll
face for several years, and several V
cessive operations were made withoB
relief. He wa born in PhiladelpW
aud moved to Oregon about lj J1
ago, being emuloved in J C Uoodilr1
mill at Colurg for about ! years. A
terward moving to Eugene, li
employed as a deputy assessor form
time. He leaves a wife and two oB
dren, Vera and Floyd, besides a "I
of friends who mourn hi loss.
The funeral will be held sunAJ
July 3, 18H8, at i p m, to the I 0 0
cemeterv. Kev It C Hrooks ofllClBU
Friends of the family are reapec'"''!
invited to attend
Fractured Arm. Yesterday J
tie 7-Vear-ol.l dinhl..r nt IteV '"' I
Irvinir. caught hr lfl arm in a 'M01 1
and waa ,!...,. .... i
m..6RLU suu.w -
fracturing the elbow BeverelJ. H
Selover was called and attended
little uatient whn la nnv n ... , lSr' '