Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1898)
A. ass- a. Jm ' ' "1i Ml -tin.
irmjium nr. uiJnRii,
jfJJJ iiTiiuim niTiiiiuuniTiuopiMKUTicriMtinn, III rn khs ii nuinnmit m miflil np m
EUGEN1-, OR,, SATURDAY, BEPTEMBEB :i isiw m M
I ROLL OF HONOR sick soldiers firk at roskborg. ,JKTri(; BKTTER
Wo keep in the lead with our
line of goods lor the public
Health Conditions at San Francisco. SiiiiimscJ Id Have Bw ilw Work
Roster of J. W. Geary Post, No. 7,
G. A. R.
All tin MM W&
Id make the prices right.
iv store 1 1 1 m) H.
in our store today.
YEEKLY EUGENE GUARD.
LmPEELLDROS , Publishers
I'U'K I lldool Willamette street, Ik'-
Iii. . ii . vi'lilli ami r.ik'iiin rtrerw
asm OF SUBSCRIPTION.
futatr.' rat, - inaiie Kin wn on nppucati'ii
Mill buai nes attain to TUB O yAKD,
HEM KH IN
Its, Watches, Chalus, Jew
a. prninptlv dune.
W BB WN, It, D.
EHY8IUIAN AND SURGEON.
i I ; tain in elms-nan Block.
IHoum: " tn 11 a m; 12 to 2, fl to 9 p m.
C Woole, OCR,
AITuRNEY AT I.AW.
Witt (W half Mock south of Chrimnan
! ! M , OKI
PUa J WALTON NEMMiKl.lT
TALTO.N & MARKI.K1 .
PI practice in nil the court of the state.
in Walton Block.
fflff l,iir(.,.,..l 11.. fivtiirAa ftf
plate deceased W V Henderson. I ni
prepariM to do anything in the lino oi
ntbtrv iii ii, .i,u. ..iv,....
Crown .ni l bridge work a specialty.
ANITB and BABBLE works-
IcsuToa and haw nrtcpn in Foreign anil
DomMti.. 1n.l.lA..l fl 1.. Xfni,nwtil
BUadati ue. ami Cemetery work of nil kind
RSKATHEHINE I. BOBLIKF, M D
Diataaea f Women and Children
rHWge and Electricity.
-Shelton Block, opposite (iuard office
Of Eugc e.
aid up Gash Capital, $50,000
Nus and Profits, $50,000
,;KN'KI5AL BANKING ll'SIM -
f- - 1 I ,n .11 - u; ...
M;;0 hlcufro, San KraDciiw nd Port-
. 1 1.
'' "change, told on foreign countri.-.
Siy.'f revive.! subject to check or eertili
- -. -waia,
. en-.ru.teJ t. . M will r-c i ..
' G Hoiiaic.
S B KakiN,
No iale too Large, no sale too
small to receive our atten
tion and painstaking service
And see us every day, for each day we
show Special Bargains in bright new goods
We place at your disposal the host goods in the market
Our greatest ambition is to give you better trade than
" Sever so much goodness crowded into values as you
it nlattOM f Methodist Sunday
Behoof, FrnnMui Oregon.
Whereas, (tod Id hi mysterious
providence hits called from out midst
Elery Kirk and John Lemley, two be
loved members of our (Sunday School;
therefore he it
Resolved, TiiHt ire extend our
heartfelt sympathies to tlio bire.ved
parent, brothers and hitters id these
OTfd OOM, and deplore the Mtd acci
dent Wbleb hax bfOUfhl hucIi deep
grief to (be itrieken fumllitaatid cart
a gloom over the eutire coiiituutiily.
It MUI '!. That while we feel the
niorit profound Morrow at the Mtd oc
curreiice, we bow in Mtibuiisn-ion to
Hie will who doetb all thingM well,
and ray to those who mourn, a the
man of God naid, "The Iiord gave aud
the Lord hath taken away, lilc-scd be
the name of (he Lord."
liKSOLVKli, That a copy of these
resolutions be hpread upon the tninuttg
of the Buuday Mhool and be sent to
the county papers for publication, lie
RttOLVSD, Thl we feel the deep
est sympathy for those who are still
prostrated, as a result of the fearful ac
cident, rihV pray Uod to remember
them in their sulierlngs, aud if it lie
lila will, restore them to health.
Ei.SAniE Beam an,
DaUd August iis, 189S.
Oaili HEIGHT Train. --The SP
Co has decided to begin its daily freight
traiu service onBepHth. Ihii will
be necessary in order to handle the
Immense crops ol the state, aud will
aive employment to a number of ad
ditional trainmen. The new time
card has not been received at Eugene.
Of Eugene, Oregon
CAPITAL ciid up) $50,000
W. E BROWH feiidnt.
B. 0 PAINE, Vice Prcildint.
F. W, OSHUHN. Cashier.
W. V. BROWN, Asl't Cashier
FWOSBURN BD PAINE, W E BROWN
D A PAINE. J F ROBINSON. J B HARRI8
A Seaeral Baaktag !
Triiiinncteil on FaTtraMt Torum
Draft' lul "1 the principal lltjMjt
fnited Htatea: also exchange MUM ""
able In all forelatn eoimtrlee.
Intereat paM on tuao atpoau.
Klre prool vault for the atoraso of valuable
P Coneclloiia receive our prompt alteullon.
LANE COUNTY BANK
Eaiabliahed la IS8.,
EUGENE, : OREGON.
A General ankingibusiness in all branches
transacted oi favorable terms.
A . HOVEY, President
J. M. ABILVMH, Caahier
A ii HOVEYJR.. Aanttaebiei
The following comprlMH the o m lete Ut of all name of veterans on the
descriptive book of J W (.icary Pott, GAB, giving the letter of company,
regiment, state, term of
cause of discharge. It
qolti a number of
set vice is not given.
Incompleteness of In
failure in making the
been done at the time,
have these errors cured,
may be had of each
The publishing of the lilt at this time is done by a resolution unanimously
passed at a recent meeting of the Post, and that It bo published in the
Daily and Vekly Euoeni Ucahu of thlscity. It may be well enough to
add that the Post hopes at an early i ay to have publishtd a thoroughly re
vised list, giving the names ot all pensioners, the amount drau u and cause of
Anderson, Thus. II., 1
Adams, Stephen T.,
Banner, John S.. u
llrabham, T. J., H
Ilurllngame, J. A . L-K.
I laker, Alvason, A
Heche, Jas. O., II
Illinium. Samuel. I)
Bennett, Jesse, I
I: li nes. Sol nn ii, 1,
Beadle, Chariea, I
Itrown, a W H
BOWenv, Knink, O
I Pitcher, Hobt., C
IliMlngs, W. J.. I
Butler. David, F
Craw, (lei). F.. D
Chapman, K. K., 1J
Ooebraa. o. a
M Wis. I
.Miss. Marine Hand.,
.'til 111. I
77 Ohio I
. I Be. II. A., Me. I
In hi. i
and U Ohio I
. t Ohio I
. :i Iowa 1
ii Mo. C
IN N. Y. I
.1 Iowa C
'2 HI. Art
Brackett'a Bat. Minn
'18 Iowa I
20 Con. I
10 Iowa I
in in. i
1 Wis. C
:o Ohio 1
1 Iowa C
s7 Ind. I
31 Maine I
C Minn I
2 Mo. C
37 III. I
11 . 11
Chapman, A. J.,
Calbeon, it. 0
Carr, Smith, I..
Carlton, Elxn I'.
bruri Geo., K
Unison. F. M L
Liobson, John T., U ...
Dodd, C J-. K
ICistland, Hubert K.. I
Kvenson, Even, B
Foss, O. J H
French, H. W.. O
Fisler, Martin, U
Ollbert, Chas. 11.. K...
Cllstrnp, Louis. U
Gates, J. II., D
Garrison, Robert, D....
Gill, Thos. J., H-F
Gunn, K. L., O
Greene, Orvllle, B
Goddard. A. J.. K
Huntley. M. F., H
Holloway, Samuel A...
Hlltcgas, M. J., K
Hardy. Thomas, A
Ilumell, B. F.
Holloway, C D., B
Hutchklssa. M . A-B
Harrington. L. U., H...
3 and 33
S Ind. 1
j owe c
2 Wis. C
2S Wis. I
4 Iowa 1
147 N. Y
17 Kan. i
28 in. 1
45 Mo. I
, 7 Ind. I, 5
15 Mo. I
IN N. Y.
jet in. i
147 . Y.
11 III. I
12 Mo. C
8 By. c
13 WU. I
24 and 110
t2 111. 1
S Iowa C
hi 1 rem c
Itutham, .1 ''in
Jennings, A. C.
James, G. W..
Kearns, S. F.,
77 III. I
1 Oregon I
8 Mich I
3G and 50
125 111. 1
Kress. O. E., C
Kitchen, John W., C-I...
Liggett Lawson, 1
Lakln. J. W A
Loomls, C Bh Surg
Longsworthy, A. J., B...
Lyiwell, S. P
Miller, II. O., K
McCrady, D. M., U
Martin, W. F F
Miller, R. H., A
Myers, Jos. D., D
Miller. Wm. 11. H . L-H.
McKlroy. E. B B
Ifatteeon, a. s.. o
m Kenney, B P., B
Nash. David S.. M
139 Ind. I
115 111. I
'29 Ohio I
I Minn. Art
166 Ohio I
7 Minn 1
l6 111. I
1 25 Ohio I
1 Oregon C
I Bo. C and
1 West Va.
10 Mo. 1
13 Iowa 1
7 Mo. C
J, II .
i Mass. C
I N. Y. Art
i Maine I
II Kan. 0
12 Ind. I
58 III I
IS Ind. I
39 Iowa I
17 Ohio I
Prii. II. M., I.
Patrick. John w., F.
Palm, I). O., C
Ross, R. II., E.
Radford. R., D
Ruth, William. B
Rowe. A. B
Russell. IlenJ. F., O
Russell. Silas. II
R,sland, J. T., F
Sylvester, Lyman, H
Spencer. David, C
Shlndall. D.. K ,
Simons. Lybot, II
Shelly. J. M A
Stewart, c. v., E
S hmutz. John. H
Sahin. J. C. C
Straight. J. A., E
Sim mm. Wm, tL, I
Smlts n. Henry, V
Tayi .r. S. WH B
Taylor, W. B., O
Trls.otter, Wm.. D
Trotter, Abel, B
Tu ker. Wm. B., H
Vincent, W. A., O
Vance, Geo. W., C
W. 1 1-r. G. o W , I
White, Chas. E., C
Williams, a. R . I
Wllsm, John, C
Wylle, H. D . B
White. James, C
Winters. Nathan. D
WTsby, Thomas R., B...
Yeager. Isam, B
Y t ting ton, A.. Band-E...
,4 Cal. I
35 Iowa I
I Maine Art
' 10 N. Y. I
1 Oregon I
.1 Iwa C
12 Mich. 1
17 Iowa I
1 Wis. Art
17 Iowa I
I Oregon I
13 Mich. I
48 Wis. I
3 Wis. Art
23 Iowa I
IS Onto I
25 Mo. I
13 I'enti. c
61 111. I
18 U. 8. I
17 By. I
I Or-a-on I
8 Mass. I
18 Iowa I
t Kan. C
8 Wis. I
4 Ohio I
U t'wa I
I Wis. I
:17 Iowa I
27 Wis. I
7 West Va. I
.1 Mich I and Mich C
service .It. months and
will be noted that of
uacao the time of
Thl- N owing to tin
formation furnished, oi
reOOfdi as should have
and the Cost hopes to
that a jerlect record
Caiui "i discharge.
, .( (General orders.
. . II Spei i.il ordi rs.
, . jelose ot war.
. . BtptratiOn ot term.
ttjCtoeej ut war.
45Close ot war.
l5Sxplratlon of term.
Pi General orders.
. . 25,1 Usability.
, . i Close of war.
. 17 Disability.
. . wlBxpiratlon 'f term.
.. 20 Expiration of term.
0 ITIQeneral orders.
i ; nei l orders.
.. 2ii,Goncral orders.
, JltjCaOee of war.
.. 2'.i i:xplra,.lon of term.
. . 4 Expiration f term.
. . 57jClose of war.
.. lOloso. ot war.
. . 35 Expiration of term.
30.C1OSO ot war.
. J', Expiration of term.
. 12, Disability.
, 37lGcncral orders.
. 12, Disability.
,32,0090 ot war.
. 24, General orders.
, inclose ot war.
. 4, Expiration of term.
, 43 Close of war.
. 23,0086 of war.
. 27, Expiration of term.
Closo of war.
, I-;, Expiration ot term.
, ,45Closo of war.
, 1 3ii, Expiration of term.
. 1 36, Expiration of term.
. jCloso of war.
II Expiration of term
N. Y. I...
so ' teneriil orileri
;7 Expiration of term.
ItExplratlon of term.
32iCloso of war.
38, Expiration t no
29,Close of win.
35,ciose of war.
12, Expiration of t rm,
24,Cloa of war.
37 .Expiration of term
7 Mo. U.
. . lo,Close of wm.
,i7Close of war.
.. 12, Expiration of t-i in.
3ExBlrallcn of t rn i .
,. 24Cks of war.
. .W.Explratl oi !
14 Wnd left arm and ihldr
l( Expiration of term.
Ill General onlers.
16 General old' i J
lo close of war.
MICIoae of war.
36, Expiration - f P mi.
36'Close or war.
, General orders.
13 Expiration of term
i ' I "f war.
MIExpiratloa of term.
j,, Rhi imatttee.
Expli .it Ion of term.
;j ! M iration of term.
M 1 leneral orders.
j0 C of war.
41 Close of war.
i Expiration of term.
IS Expiration of term.
1:1 Expiration of term.
13 OloM of war.
in 1 leneral orders1.
,,, Expiration of term.
10 1 :ioM of war.
. . , ..f war.
Expiration of term.
24 1 'lose of war.
'- ise of war.
, - 1 iMllty.
1. of war.
1 40 Close of war.
UEj pi re 1 ion of term.
311 f;.-neral ordere.
; ;.) Disability.
u i.vr lratlon cf term.
m OHM I'll N I t 1 11
Sau Frauclseo, Aug '.U lit spite of
the precautions taking by the local
military authorities, the health OOOdl
tlons at the local camp are worse than
ever. Today ' e total number of sick
Is the largest yi t known The total Is
A cable was received today from
. la........ I I.' 1 ll ,
i usipiai r . wawea, a im saneo in
?. mmaiid ol the second expedition, in
I ferring that he intends to return to
' the l ulled States Immediately.
HOW RBWI riAVBLS,
AnxloU Kelaliv. s In other Stales
Bake iuuiiY About the gmltb-
Held lloi'cr I'xpli'slon.
Tills Is the age of the telegraph wl en
the news of the country is sent from
one section to .mother with lighti ing
rapidity. It was only Thuisday
morning, AURdil 85, that n terrible
boiler explosion occurred near Smllh
Held, 1 Franklin pi stofllee In the Wes
tern portion of Line county, mid al
ready telegraphic inessagi s are at
haiid from w idely separated pol l Inns
of the country a-king nb ut individu
als whose names uppearid In the li-l
of injured. They are as follows:
'Butler, Ohio, Aug 2
"City Clerk, Ephkne, OBJMMkti
"Lemley injured explosion Friday.
Wire condition, and If from Ohio.
"Davenport, Wash, Aug. 27.
"Wire age I birth of Joseph Gib-
son, wounded It) Kirk explosion.
"(Jiiikon Bri h."
The anxious relatives will lie re
llevea Ht the answers which assure
then that the injured are none of
theirs, both young men being native
born to Lane county.
FLO KEN IE NEWS.
01 1 sped From The Wort of Auftrt 2i
Judge Potter and family made a Dip
to t Tear lake Wednesday.
Hulte a crew of men ate at work
opening the road betwten Point Ter
racc and Mapletou this week.
Mrs J K Htlles and Mrs Lester Ogden
have been camping at the mineral
springs on UadaO.ll creek.
County Superintendent Miller In
lorms us that he Intends to visit this
part of the county In about a month.
Andiew Hartley and John Shultz
c line down the river yesterday bring
ing over 100 gnats which (hev purchas
ed In tho valley.
0 M Young aud wifonud two daugh
ters and Miss Bessie Day arrived here
fri'tn Eugene Wednesday. They came
for an outing at Ileceta.
Bberifl Withers and Deputy District
Attorney ilarrlH were In Elorenoe
Toeeday and Wednesday investigating
the killing of the Indian Bennett Bar
ney. IN BOHEMIA DIHTKICT.
Kick Vein of Ore struck In tho Noon.
Cottage (imve, Or, Aug U8.-G J
Atkins, of Chicago, one of the stock
holders in (lie Noonday mine, accom
panied by Superintendent D B Mttnay
came in from Bohemia last night aud
conveyed tiie news that they had
struck (be richest vein of ore ever
struck Li the mine. At a depth of 400
I'll from the surface, the vein Is eight
feet wide, and free-mlHIng ore running
from 11 to i Ion per ton. They opened
up it large body of ore, sufllcient tokeep
(heir 'jo iump mill ruuniug for several
yiars. The company Ih going to run
300 or 400 feet more of tunnels befote
stalling their mill, In order to have
levels to block out before stopping com
mences. There Is already .'1,000 feet of
tunnels In this mine. The force will
be increased to rush the tunneling.
Hops .Near liariisburg
W 11 Spnugh of Hurrlsburg. wiltes
as follows to the Salem Journ-il:
"I have Just completed picking and
baling my crop of early hops. They
made alsiul 1000 pounds per acre. I
shipped one hale to the Albany Brew
ery, Eaber A Neis, 011 August 21,
which I believe was the first bale ol
hops t ut on t e muiket lu Oicgon this
season. Late hops In this vicinity ate
In g.ud eon loo, mostly free from
lice or mold.
"Picking w ill begin lu most yaids
Sept 1st. Out of an average lu this
vicinity of 300 acres last year. 1 10 acres
have been plowed up, leaving 260 acres
this year; the average will be about
1,000 pounda per acre. SO and 40 cents
will be paid for picking, 7 and 0 bushel
GtmOOBJ Coi'Ri Case J 4' Ooodale
has Instituted suit against A O Bow
man in the 1. .1 county circuit court,
.ludguict lsaked for the sum ol
1 1 HO. 00.
I Iretl I be House 11ml llnltlieil II
eealel to tha oeaid
Itosi.ttl itu, August :ii) The real
deuce of Dr P II C Ifinriii burned last
night and is a total loss. The con
tents wore destroyed.
the supposition is Hint the lire was
the work of an Incendiary, as some
valuable silverware and a 44 Smith
and Wesson revolver that were in the
rcsidfuoe before the burning cannot W
I, 'ind In the ashes.
L Hooker Writes to His hneud Mc
The following letter was received the
other day by Clifton McArthuc
Can 1 ik AK8E.SAL, July 27, 1 SOS.
We haveall been sick slni-e we ar
rived but all are about tl K now,
Shelley was very ill with BMMlej
and lost the sight of both eyes. Ap
plegate's eyes have been very sore, but
have given him no serious (rouble. He
is forced to stay In the house on ac
count of sunlight.
J'hilo Holbrook was uppolnted cor
poral on the boat and Is the ts't.1 "non
com" in the regiment. He Is now sick
aud in the hospital but la much be'ler
and, I think, will be out in a day or
Booth Is doing Duo In the hospital
corps. He holds a very tesponsible, as
well us a good position and Is a gen
eral favorite wild both 00am ami
Howard Davis Is company clerk.
We call him "(louly," lor he Is such a
tobacco bum. Everyone likes him.
Travis has let his black whiskers
grow aud is (he happiest, as well as
the most careless man ill compauy C
John Newsom Is the same old boy.
I) -n't take any more interest in drill
thatihoustd to In class mailers. He
is always kicking about the "grub."
Hu is now making a dish out ol a c.
Church la a sergeant now, but II
don't worry him In the least, for as
long as Church gels plenty "l'"ltull
Dm ham" tobacco and plenty Ol grub,
he don't care whethei school keeps or
Thompson and I are partners, lit
is well liked and you seldom hear him
"kick" about anything. His chief
worry is that we will have trouble with
tin- Spaniards and vv.iu't get home lor 2
Condon MeCornack is writing be
side inc. He is standing the trip like
a man. East night 1 heard him talk
Ing lu his sleep. He was dreaming
that he waa on the larm at home and
had shot a pheasant. I heard him say
"Bring It here good old dog." Mel or
uack is one of the most generous fel
lows I ever saw.
1 am very well. I go to work to
morrow In Ihe Quartermaster's De
partment for $15 a mouth extra.
We were all glad to hear of the U of
O's splendid victory at Salem Field
Day. We would like to have been
there to help yell. My best wishes to
Your old clans-male,
A (.001) I1ILD.
U 0 Blllett (icta 10,000 HusheU uf
(Irani oil t.rcoo ArreH.
U C MIHett, the well known Dane
county farmer who resides near June
lion City waa lu Eugene yesterday.
Ho Informed us that he completed
threshing yesterday at four o'clock.
Off of 000 acres which h- had in grain
he harvested 10,000 bushels, or an aver
age of '2UJ bushels ht acre.
The 10,000 bushels ubh c imMM,ed ot
11,000 bushels ol wheat and i!,000
bushels of oats and barley.
He expected considerably more, but
grain is not turning out as well BJ pre
dicted and he Is -at I -lied.
Itoaeburg Review: The hay busiuess
is practically a drsd 00M since the
raise of freight loSau Eranclseo. There
are already 110 tons hele lu the ware
houses awaiting shipment.
Waists worth -"Uc. 25c
Waists worth $1.00 oOc
Waists worth 1.50 75c
Waists worth f'2.00 $1.25
Wo are bound to sell them out tlu .se next two wooks sure.
THE BIG STORE
THREE IN DANGER.
lettta! to the Onard
Jc.MTioN CITY, Or, August 10; 3 30
pm.-Dr Ogleshy has just returned
from the Smlthflelil neighborhood,
where he visited all the victims of the
threshing machine accident this fore
noon. Be repotia them all improving
steadily, snd says Ihe only onealu
danger now are young Bryan, Chance
Mcll, e and Robert Herbert, aud he la
of the oplulon that they will all re-
A IIAMAOK SUIT.
The K Sheriff of Douglas Couuty
Sued ror $10,000-Cause: Failure
to St a Mine as Advertised.
Ko-., lung Review: J Frank Watson,
through his attorney, A M Crawford,
bat Mtd ex BbertlT it c .gee for 10,000
damages. H serins that Wat on se-
a red mi the 8th of last June a decree
and judgment (by foreclosure of me
chanics' ami laborers' lien) against the
Noonday Mining Co, of Bohemia, for
' sides accrued Interest, at
torney's MM and costa of Ihe action
An execution was Issued ami date of
sale of tin- mining property, machin
ery, etc. set lor Saturday, August 3;
Ivs Before the appointed time ar-
ilvttl, however, the Noonday Coin
pany, through their attorney, w
B neon, Sled a stay bomi with Mr
Agee, aud took an appeal to the su
premo court, (he sherill Mr Agee re
lying upon the slay bond and refusing
to sell the property upon Ihe execution
ss advertised As a mine is regarded
its personal property and Is not subject
to redemption like real estate, the slier
Ill's disregard cf a stay bond would
probably have subjected him to a dam
age stilt from the defendants, instead
ot the plalntlfl who Is now suing him
because he did not sell the property
upon their execution.
1 UK " MUl.NElr M KM. M Mi
L- ticr of Acknow Icdgmeut From the
M d ( roit of (tail Francisco.
Eugene, August 30, 189(4.
The money contributed some weeka
ago to help send traiued nurses to
Manila, anil retained here sanding the
sanction of government oMcials to per
mit them logo, Mas last week forward
ed to the Calllorula Red CriMM State
Association lor that purpose. This
morning (he following teply waa re-
eel vi .1 :
In acknowledging the very generous
lOOatlOU Of fltOOO received through
you today the State Association of Cal
ifornia wishes to express their appre
ciation of this kind assistance from the
citizens of Eugene, aud to thank their
sister slate for so liberally aiding them
in their good work.
In reply to a queaHou asked In re
gard to their establishing a Bed Croat
Hospital at (ho Prt-sldlo, the following
explanation Is glveu:
Our Convalescent Home Is rapidly
approaching completion and when
lluished you will all rejoico with us in
having a suitable and comfortable
hospital wherein to put our dear slc-k
Yours very gratefully,
MR8 John N Dickinbon,
Secntary Pio lem.
'I'o Mrs E O Adair, Mra A Yerliigton,
Mrs m a i .1 nun, Mrs (i . Fraser.
Oregon Views Wanted.
A clllzeu of Eugene, who believes in
Oregon, expects to make an extended
lour through the east and south, start
ing about the last of September. He
wants views showing Melds, fruits,
scenery ami Improvements of whatever
kind that will make a favorable im
pression concerning our state.
This Is not done as a motiey making
scheme for blmeelf; simply to Intereet
Eastern men and money lu the un
limited aud varleti resouroea of the
Leave photos at or mall them to the
(it'Aitli, Eugene, Oregon.
Ladies' Dress Skirts