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About The Eugene weekly guard. (Eugene, Or.) 1899-1904 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1903)
The Misses May and Lena Jeary.
who for the past six weeks, bare beeu
the guests of Mra, Hobbs Alley 1. ft
this morning for their borne in Lin
Ml«e Elva Wimberly will Lav.
Suuda.v fur Eugene, where »he will
attend the fair aud spend a uioutb
visitiug friends aud relative.-I;,,«,
_ °ieo-_Kiutzley aud wife, wbo left
Springfield a few monthsjago
. _ for
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ner and Eastern poiutri, returned
decided not to
Right of Way Has Been last week, having _____________
___ t toP An Account oí the Foot
make tbe contemplated trip . i>ack
Prof. F. G. Young was a passenger
to Portland this afternoon, where be
atteuds a meeting of the Lewis aud
Clark commission and also a meeting
of tbe Oregon Jii toricnl Society,
Springfield-Henderson which convenes ti .lorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Austin, of Se
Station Link is Now
attle, Mash., who have I een visiting The Men Who Will Carry
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Kightlinger the
the Oregon Grape
past week. Jut yetud j co the 11
o’clock trait for U. lie uuty,
Mrs. Kightl nger, to visit lier [iar-
Work May Go Ahead This Fall ents.—Salen Joui i.id.
MINE NOT SOLD !
Railroad rumor« are again quite
Telegram . A rumor has beeu cir
ciliated that the Lucky Boy mine had On Making Proofs on uumerous iu aud about Springfield.
1 The arrival of Mr. Blanchard, the
beeu sold to Boston lairtles. Thia re
Post Office and Depot
' right of-way man, has set the town
port is eutirely without fouudaiiou.
>gog, but this time without so mauy
President L. Zimmerman. of the
Entered Last Night
graius of allowance.
Lucky Boy Company, wbo is tbe
The work now being done by Mr.
b avieat stockholder, this morning
Blanchard is not far from the end of I
euq hatieally denied the trausactiou
the right-of-w iy difficulties as ouly
"We have uot even put a ptice ou Loeaters in Predicament—Almost two or thre. |'i<>cea of property aioug
' tbe entire i> ute remains unsecured.
the property. We have uever con
Impossible to Comply With
The property at Hendersou Statiou $1.50 in Stamp* Taken—The Cul
sidered the sale of the miue iu Its en
le used as tbe siding aud "Y” la
prit is a Small Person a' He
tirety, aud bad we wished to sell we
iu such a shape that tbe deal can be !
could bare accepted uumerous offers
Crawled Through a
closed at any time. The gravel pit,
for the amount of the so-called sale,
owned by the couuty, was some time
“1 will say emphatically that ie
(Guard Special Service.)
miue has uot been sold for any such cisco Call, from Eureka, Cal., last ¡■any. There ouly remain» two pieces
of pioperty ou this side of tbe river
price as that. Just because parties week, includes the following:
living, Sept. 25.—The poatoffico
A receut rullug of the General unsettled, that of S. Nickersou's
look at a property is uo reason for
and depot ot this village were entered
Office, which, if not reversed, and Revere'». Mr. Blanchard stated
tbe statement to be made that it has
last night by person or persons wbo
will practically withdraw all govern that his <
| auy was willing to pay designed to rob the place.
beeu sold. •
for property ou thia route,
“The Lucky Boy will not be sold
Stamps to tbe value of • 1.50 wer.'
iu its entirety for the rtuckholders caused great excitemeut aud alarm which I n beeu verified by tbe prices taken, but as B. F. Bond, the agent,
But Next Spring Will See
paid, lie stated further that never leaves any money Iu his ottico
purpose to hold an interest iu it at
the Completion of the
plicants aud dealers iu timber lauds. it i- bis belief that the company
(Dail;, ( uurd. SepteniUer-6.)
over uigbt, there was notbiug for him
A Good Turnout of Candidates
John I n 'liisou is here from Go-ben
New (. onnecting
l aying investment. We are Increas The department at Washington has WOI I begin the construction work to take from tbe depot.
ing our milling capacity, which does given a neve iuterpretatiou to tbe on t >e grade in the near future, and
Entrance was effected first Into the
Merle lixrdiug is iu Giants 1 hsb ou
look like we wished to sell. I word "»peculation" in the timber that it was possible this sort of work freight room of the depot and exit
Coach Smith Making the
wish people would use a little dis and stun» act of 1873, and holds that would be completed before Chrismas. from that room was made by remov
Eugene Holland, ot Crow, was in
Men Do Good Work.
Mr. Blanchard secured an option ing the hasp from the door. The
W. W. Blanchard, the Southern Pa
in circulating such reports, any one who takes up a piece ot tim-
cific railway official who bas spent the
and will say only those wbo are her land, expecting at any future on the Churchill property last even postoffice was next visited, the burg
L. T. Harris ie on a business trip
best p;»rt of tbe past two months iu
ignorant of ui uing matters would time to sell it at a profit, ie a specu- ing, and will present same to his lar going through a window sash
lator witbiu the meaning of tbe act company.
During the [>ast week at tbe Univer send out auch h stat. moot. ”
Tho stipulatel price is where the glass, 12x14 inches iu size,
Laue county trying to amicably settle to Cottage Grove.
not qualified to purchase, The •2000. Tbis is the last tract on tbe bad beeu removed.
Rev. W. A. Wood arrived > i me to sity there has lieu great activity
the right-of-way question for the
Active work is being prosecuted
among tbe candidates for tbe 'Varsity on tbe property, and it has been a only persona who are permitted to we»1 side to be secur-.'d.--Springfield
Springfield Henderson Station con day from Roseburg
The burglar traveled toward tbe
purchase uuder tho uew ruling are Ne« s.
Coach Smith's arrival o dividend payer for some time.
necting liuk, informed a Guard repre
south as la proven by finding a part
Rev. Father Buefgtu was a passen
tiiose who will swear they have laud
Wednesday morning put ginger into
sentative last evening that he bad just ger to Cottage Greve today.
of the box in which the stamps wen-
in the vicinity of the timber laud
tbe somewhat desultory practice
made out the contract for the last bit
kept aioug the railroad track soutl:
John Evaus, of the Mohawk, ÍH ill which bas been goiug on aud brought JOHN MULKEY
»ought to be bought from the govern
of ground ou tbe route.
of tbe poatoffioe.
Eugeue on business today.
out tbe full force of the squad, some
This completes Mr. Blanchard's
Officer Stiles, of
Ulysses Walker, of Cottage Grove, twenty five or thirty men.
tor persoual use. A raucher wbo is
work and be will return at ouce to
notified and is workiug upon the case
was in Eugeue this omiug.
so far removed from u mill or lumber INA’BANY COLLEGE iu
The coach at ouce started the men
connection with tbe oounty
yard that he cannot buy suwed him
officers. Thera is no clue to tbe
Tbe matter of securing the right
her, is tbe only persou wbo can con
divide, Captaiu Thayer would com
of-way has been a vexations one aud Cottage Grove this morning.
'ieutiously swear that he needs tbe
A. Baker, of Irviug, paid tbe
tbe settlement of tbe same is a cause
mainder. Each man would lie re on the Mohawk last evening at H timber tor | ersoual uso. it an appli
for congratulatiou by all citizens of Guard a pleasant call today.
football leum, bus been compelled
to jump ou tbe ball, catch it o'clock lie bus beeu ill but a short cant swears that be will manufactuie
Laue county. The route makes a
to cancel thi date, October 24tb, A COTTAGE
W. W. Blanchard, tbe railway route
rom various directions and practice time, but his advanced age has caused the timber into lumber, expecting to
sight curve from Henderson Station, man, left today for points south
with All i.iy Colhge, the game
until he wa» proficient and acquain a set of complicutious too great to make a profit out of tbe sale ot tiio
su the west side of the river, north
play"! in Eugene, it seem
County Commissioner J. R. liill, ted with tbe thousand aud one vagar overcome, aud the spirit of the old iumler, it is held that hie purpose
(bat there will be no team iu Albany
to a point a hundred feet above the of Junction City, was in Eugene tuduy.
its of the t al leati • r. Then eaudi-
this year, us tbe star players have
county bridge where a fine steel
Tbo deceased was 76 years of age. f-oui the lanetlts of the timber urd
J. M. Eddy made a business trip iatea for various |0 . on» take tbeir
gone elsewhere to school.
bridge will be built.
north tbis morning, returning today. places about seveiui c cere aud three lie came to Oregon by the famous ox stoitv act.
Cottage Grove, Or., Sep. 24.—City
This will cut out one of the U. O.
point tbe track takes a direction
Th«- uew ruling is not only being
Marshal Ed Underwood had all tho
Mr. O'Brien returued tbis afternoon and four squads could be seen uiak team route in ]b5l, settling in Lane
towards tbe Springfield depot, where
iug short dashes with tbe ball aud county, where he has siuoo resided. applied to eutries upon which tinnì
business he could attend to last night
a “Y" will connect the branch with from a buutiug trip near Myrlte plougbitig through imaginary foes. He was married I "io. four children proof haa not yet to been made, but another to take its place. The game
fur a while. Two of tbo female in
tbe Woodburu-Spriugfield line of
After running on |iunts and forming by his first wife surviving tbeir over 5U0 pateuts iu this district with considerable Interest as that in mates of a house on the West Side
Mr. and Mrs. S. Handsaker have
interferences, tbe men jog arouud father, with bis second wife. The aloue, are now held up in Washing stitution ha<l a strong team last yeur, came over for a i visit with sumo
returued from a week’s outing at
WORK THIS FALL.
the qnater of a mile track aud go to children are: Mrs. .McGraw, of Big ton because tbe applicants, lelying playing tbe U. O. two scoreless games. women of tho same cbarncter on th..
Lend, Wash.; Mi-. John Smith, Mo on the decisions of the United Htates
Work on the link might commence
LATER.-The Albany Herald, ai East Side of town, They were ac
In tbe gymnasium some of tbe hawk; Mrs. Dave Weddell, Mohawk, Courts, have stated iu tbeir tlnal riving this afternoon, states that tie compauled by their right-hand men.
this fall, Mr. Blanchard thinks. But Miss Rothrock, of Pendleton, arrived
I roofs that at some future time they
it is probable that it will not be this afternoon and will enter the molt important work is done. Rub and Horin Mulkey, tbe only son.
college will have a team. The stu It seems that from all 1 eporte there
The funeral will lie held tomorrow might sell their claims at a profit, or
Liug out the sore spots, knots of
completed until tbe spring floods of University.
lente have taken the matter up was trouble iu the air between tho
Mrs. W. 8. Nickerson returued to inascle aud getting the men in shape orenoou from the residence and will in other words, receive for them more
tbe Willamette river have subsided.
Manager Wallace gave out a statement two men for some time, and the row
It will take but short time to com her home at Springfield Thursday to stand rough usuage, is a part of lie attended by many relatives and than 12.50 per acre, the government for publication totheeffe.it that there last night wa* the culmination of that
liad feeling. The two men become
tbe trainer’s duty. The squad re friends. Rev. W. A. Wood will eon- price.
plete tbe work, n ost of the labor from Portland.
Business men i:i tbo community are would be no team, and the student involved
iu a rougb-aud tumble
being necessary T r the huge steel
Jas. Callison, student iu tbe busi moves the stain of practice and goes duct the service and ¡lift rment will
also greatly Interested in the ruling, body repudiated the statement and scrap, which eventually was tbe canao
ness college, is at his home at Pleas about its daily work until tbe next be made near Muddy Station.
though they have not bled ou claims.
of tbe two women also getting tangled
ant Hill today.
BENEFIT TO EUGENE.
Many ot them hav« I—--a *-»«•
up iu a hair-pulling contest.
ot money to persons tiling, to supply
Eugene will be greatly lenefited by
—- *—» ---» »..-I«..- »-- -y Th«»
aud there was certainly a “>uugu
the purchase price of MOO for each
tbe building of the link. The lumber rived up ficm Salem tbis alternoou work is gradually taken ou and as
house" in that neighborhood, which
claim. They have taken mortgages
tonus of Springfield, Wendling aud to attend the fair.
the week advauces those wbo are wise
SCHOOL BUILDING ou the land for ■ecurity. If patents
uufortuuately, is very near to the
Mr. and Mrs. Linn, if .Jackson enough to see for themselves that
Coburg will be connected by rail aud
are refused tbeir security will bo
malu business street, aud the atten
all tbe immense amount of provisions ville, arrived tbis af cron o and are they stand little chance to make a
(From Tbe Times.)
of passersby by was attracted.
shipped now by wagons, will go by guests of their son, I avid Linn.
place ou tbe team drop out of the
Mr. and Mrs. D. Read, of Pleasaut
priate tbe moqey. Thia is felt to be Hill, arrived here Tuesday to visit The marshal was summoned, and
rail, much more quickly and with
Miss Etliely: ne Ada ns aud Miss practice«.
(Daily Gnard, Septeml>er 25.
seemingly being uuabla to do the sub
unjust, for it has always been held
greater satisfaction, thereby increas Roberta Rif.piy left today for Cres
Diri ctor Zeigler »bowed a Guard to tie au eutryman's right to mort their daughter in-law, Mrs. Lathy ject justice, he called three citizen»
ing tbe trade. The east side, rich iu well, wbeie they will teach school.
reporter through the new High School gage or sell bis claim after proving
to bls assistance, and together tbe
all kinds of products, will be con
out ou the field last evening Those building this morning. On account, up, so long us there was nothing i hl home at Kulpher Springs. Mr. four combatants were finally landed
nected with the west-side by tbe only
iu the city Jail. It 1s said tbe women
was cn the train today, returning wbo are trying for positions as half of tbe dilatory tactics of the men who fradulent iu the transaction.
link this side of Albany.
i : thia place and have many friends.
back, full back and quarter are as have contracted to put iu tbe heating
tbe officers to a standstill and
The S. P. Company will also be a
follows: Latourette, Oregon City; and veutilatiug |ilant, the work Is not in effect for the last twenty five years
■ alter Cleek, who went up into were
great gainer. All the lumber in Bay route.
Taylor, Portland; Moore, Oregon progressing as satisfactorily as de- ami the government has part's! with t
British possessions, to look up a were taken before the recorder aud
d for tbe south has beeu shipped
City; Macrum, Portland; Kuyken ired. '1 he plasterers and lathers
1 it ion, has returued, thoroughly
around by Albany and will now be Veatch moved hie family to Eugene dall, Eugene: Holms, Aetorie; Brown would now be at work if the plant many millions of acres o. laud uuder convinced there is no place like each pleaded guilty to tbe charges
Hied aud contributed $10 per bead
its provisions, In all case» the entry
sent direct from tbe mills to Califor Monday to reside. Bob has accepted Salem; Long. Oregon City; Good were installed.
man lias sworn “that 1 do not apply Oregon. He lays it is a finecountry for tbeir fun. They bad hardly beau
nia, thus saving time, extra haul and a good position with the Griffin llani- rich, Yamhill;
A thing that will add to tbe beauty >o purchase 'he land above devcriliud up there but there ie too beastly much released from custody when a car
yard expense to the company, It ware Company of that city.
of tbe building is the concrete finish-! ou »peculation, but in good fin tn to of It.
rlage was scoured and the whole
W. W. Caspar, operator at the Postal
practically places all the east side of
Kuykendall has already proven him iug which is iieing ¡mt on the coruers
Miller A Buckuum have the lum bunch went for a ride, parading up
Laue couuty on tbe maiu line of Telegraph office, received a telegram self tbe best punter ou the grounds, of tbe building aud over the windows.
benefit, and that 1 have not directly ber ou the ground for tbe erection of aud down the business streets and
notifying him that bis mother was but Joe Templeton has not yet donned
Mr. Ziegler says be thinka the or indirectly made agreement or con au implement house 30x70 feet, on about town in the beat of humor,
Tbe improvement is to be welcomed seriously ill at Anoka, Minnesota, a suit, and bis proficiency ie uot building will lie tlui-hed and ready
tract iu any way or manner with any the Aveuue opposite tbeir present and ap|«rautly as if there had been
by all and its completion will lie He left on tbe morning train for tier known for this year. Latourette, a for occupancy by December 1st, ac
trouble lie tween them. Tbe
persou or persons whatsoever, by place of business. The shoe shop of no
bedside. He will return to l.ugene strong candidate for quarter, has tbe cording to contract.
bailed with delight.
which the title I may acquire from Mr. Asboe will be moved a few feet women at whose bouse tbe trouble oc
in a few weeks.
advantage of Kuykendall in weight
tbe Uuited .States may inure in whole west in order to secure tbe necessary curred had no band in tbo business,
of Eugene, and strength. AH tbe candidates for
John W. George,
or iu part to tbe beuefit of auy per frontage. Tbe building will 1« com aud they wore not molested.
last week for back positions are strong, fast and
stopped off - ( in Medford
pleted as soon as possible.
sou except myself.”
few days’ ' visit - with his sister, Miss .ull of snap. They seem to lack the
That is tbe plain, fiat» oa’.h every
Frauk Parker haa sold bis farm to
___ The young man was weight, however.
(Daily Guard, September 25.)
Tbe last will and testament of John person has taken, but it was uever U. E. Bailey, of Schuyler, Nebraska,
Tbe line is more easily sized up. E. Bowu, deceased, was filed for pro before be Id by the General Laud and possession will be given as soon
1 w—-- to
— Stockton, where be will
Wil) Stuart is down from Mohawk. en route
The old stars like Kerron at guard, bate today by Walton «St Ness, attor Office that tbe words “exciu»ive us« as Mr. Parker can dispose of his
resume college studies. - Mail.
September 23, 1903,
W. W. Scott, of Crewsell, is iu Eu
Rev F. A. Douglas arr'ved this af Thayer at tackle, l riiell at guard neys for tbe estate. The value of the and benefit” could be count r ued to stock, grain, hay and farm imple- Miss Cora Belknap and Mr. Clifton
teruoon from Roseburg, where be is and McKinney at center, will prob real and personal property of the mean that a person could Dot reap ments. For tbe present be expects Inman, both of Blue Ki ver, were
Hon. and Mrs. E. K. Skipwortb are pastor of the Baptist ebureb, and ably have a cinch ou tbeir places.
estate is eat mated at •MOI).
tbo benefit of bis claim at some to move to towu.
Tbe consideration united in marriage by .Justice C. D.
Tbe will provides as follows: An future time selling it at a profit. was $6,301*.
will occupy the pulpit of the Baptist McClain is also a good man for the
Mr. Bailey is a new Edwards. Tbe ceremony was per
A. H. Lewis, of GoldsoD, W83 in church here tomorrow, while Rev. line. There are ail kinds of oppon toinette Bowu, his wife, is bequeathed By the new construction an eutry- comer and while a young rnau’of only formed at the home of tbe bride’s
Green fills bi» pulpit at Roseburg for ents, however, and if tbe U. O. line is all property so long as she remaius mau would have to use tbe timlier in 12 is the father of 13 children, 10 of parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Bel
uot impregnable, it will not be from a widow, tbe property to be sold for bi» own Building operations, or else whom are of school age.
knap. They will rosidejiu Lucky Boy,
Mrs. Frauk Page returned to Sagi- tomorrow's services.
lack of material. Hugg, of Baker
naw this aft' moon.
Rev. E. A. Childs, who will have City; Peed of Portland; Mott broth her support aud the support of chil build a saw mill and cut it into
Bessie, a little daughter of Jeff where tbe groom 1s employed in the
Hou. K. M. Veatch, of Cottage charge of tbe Congregations of the ers, Salem; Chandler, of Marshfield; dren. If she should marry tbe prop lumlier and then by a strict construc Cox, met with an accldeut Sunday. mines.
Christian church at Medford and Asli llo'we, Eugene; Elton, The Dalle» erty is to lie divided equally lietween tion he would be prev*uted from sell She was riding on a bundle wagon
Grove, is in the city.
In Eugene, at tbe M. E. parsonage,
tbe children, with the provision that ing tbe lumber.
loaded with the camping outfit start
Mra. Phoebe Kinsey returned this land, arrived here from Eugene this I'almer, Eugeue; Gibwon, Portland; uo property lie divided until the
The Gen real Laud Office, however, ing for homo, when one at the wheels Wednesday, September 23, 1903, Mias
Meldrum. youngest child shall become of age.
afternoon from Salem.
baa formulated uo rule to prevent the came off and sbo fell to tbe ground Una D. Darla of Thurston, and Mr.
his wife and five children, and will
L. T. Harris returned his afternoon immediately assume charge of the Oreg n City: Bamburger, Baker City ;
The children are: Harry Bowu, acrippers from placing hie scrips on landing ou tbe hip. Her limb was J. B. Rice, of Coburg, were married.
Magner, Ashland; and Penland, of
from tbe Bohemia n ines.
work iu this district.—Medford Mail Dayton, are all good men aud trying aged 37; Ina Bamford, 25; Mary Bowu, this same land withdrawn from tbe paralyzed. She was brought to Dr. Rev. II. F. Rowland officiating. Tbe
23; Delphiua Bowu, 21; Thomas K. individual purchaser of ICO acres, Williams for treatment. Tbe sciatic wedded couple will reside at Coburg,
Mrs. C. J. Howard, of Cottage
Cottage Grove Nuggett: Bev. I for places.
Bown, 17; Rebecca J. Bown, 14.
bit allows the »Clipper to make from nerve was injure'l which for a time where tbe groom is employed by tbo
Grove, is visiting in Eugene.
E Billington wbo has for the pas'
Two more men from Pendleton are
2U0 to fXD per cent on his purchase, paralyzed the limb. She haa almost Booth-Kelly Company.
Hy Stewart has accepted a poei year beeu bolding the pastorate of expected to show up like prodigies in
j The people are asking themselves Neovered.
tion in the Douglas couuty l ank.
tbe Christian church at thi. place, the line. Cronin, one of them, will
what, is the motive of the epartpient.
Mr. and Earl Bariire, of Lost \ al and also attending college at l.ugene. probwhly be center and big McKiu
tho new rule is upheld I y tbe
ley, arrived in Eugeue tbis afternoon. having completed his course, will ney will bw placed at right tackle.
The large boilers that will furnish court within a few num tbs every acre
power and lights for Eugene and i of government timber laud will be
L. C. Skeels left this morning for
(Daily Guard, September 26.)
Springfield ere now incased with ti e
a week's bunting trip in the moun Cot t age Grove and have persona!
Mr. ana Mrs. E. F. Chapman re
Tbe next week will »ee more strenu- [ brick furnace. M ork on the founda t appropriated by wealthy lumlier films
Miss Hue Dorris, of Eugene, was turned home Thursday from a trip
ous practice. Tbe men will 1« given tion for one of the engine« 1« now and script holders gauerally.
Mrs. C. W. Lowe returned this
vice president for Oregon at through tbe state of California, hav
s scrimmage prwetiew arid at tire end unde way. On ■ of tbe dynamo« ha»
afternocn after a brief visit in Al
of tbe week two teams will line op been »hipped by tbe Eastern manu Ofllee had h change Mi polk y by the ' the meeting of tbe Northwest Pbotog ing left here for ban Francisco at th«
against each other. Tbe Izest men facturers and w ill arrive prolably Gene.ral Lsind Office same to Special rapbers' Association at Salem yester time of tbe National Encampment of
Mias Louise Jor.ee. '04, returned
will be placed ou both team» and within a few seeks Tbe Booth- Agent M. A. O Conor, f orn th»- day. Tb«i complete list of officer» i tbe G. A. R. From Ban Francisco
| they took a trip through Souther n
special agent st Roe «burg, Oregon, I a lee tad Is as follows:
to the University yesterday from
their work watched and the selection
J. W. Holland left this afternoon of tbe teem which plays tbe Alumni Kelly Company is getting oot tbe who iu» charge of Oregon and
President—Milton Loryea, of Hpo |(California and then came up through
timiiers for the irauiewotk of the
part of tbe state, stop
for tbe Fantiani miuirg district, (team on the 10th of October made
The change was so absurd kane, Maab.
I the northern
Mrs. Al Auten and daughters re
building, which will bebuijtover tbe California.
will locate a number of
Vice president—George Bra»-’, oi ping at Red Bluff, where they took
turned thi-« afternoon
machinery, when It is in place. ih«
mining claims, having purcbartd "
steps to organize a G. A. R- Poet,
dii mH qoeatico with »»verity along ' Seattle, Wash.
Facb evening sees a r umber
i»«' ring for tbe building will '« •or
lot of blanks at this offic» for spectators 1» the grounds and
the Hu'.a I ndl< a ted In tbe new in > Secretary-trensurer—H. D. Trover, aud a Circle of tbe Indies of the
no- ’ 1 ire: -eprn ^fleld New«.
Will Wire is back from a trip to that purpose. He says the prospects
G. A. R.
ktrnctiona, aud applied for furtbei balani.
Vida. He has been abeent for tbe in tbe Santiam district «re very g<* >1 rooters’ club i* traiuing for
Mr. Chapman says while California
inf'.rtiiation. He was summarily die
past two mouths.
end think« there are some rich
is ■ great and glorious state and they
missed and no reason« were given for
Washington—O. W. PutUke, Ellens bad a splendid time while there, that
Misa Ethel LaRaut arrived this af pects there.
dismissal ilia work in other raepect*
Mr Holland h.» joet returned fror
they are glad to get back to old Ore
temoon from Saginaw and with her
ir > nown to have been excellent and
Id ■ ho— C. F. Stamper, Boise.
ports come fr< m California that
mother, is a guest ot Mrs. R- A. tbe North Fork district on FUI
gon aud home.
Montana—J. W. Brataio. Kallap'll
7 cents is tbe price being paid in
creek, where he is interested in a
policy. HI» place was given to Hpe
Oregon—Mi»» Hue Dorris, Eugene.
Ieial ag' t Made, wLo 1« carrying out
Editor D. E. Vernon, of tbe Oak-
To Rev. and Mrs. D. E.
Columbia — Howard H.
gou 2 i cent« is about a« High as G «
*1 e def artment'e wiebea in evsry I Ktng, Vancouver, B. C.
bud Owl, was in Eugene today ou trict is going to be one ot tbo boot i» Eugene, Kept. 23, 1903. a daughter
bis way boms from t’>e Knights lem tbe state.
F»ar const a vs at Albauy.
John Bowivs W«ll.
The Electric Power Plant.
Home From California.
Miss Don is Honored.
Santiam Mining District.