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About The Eugene weekly guard. (Eugene, Or.) 1899-1904 | View Entire Issue (March 12, 1904)
Or.,March. 3, 1901.
i Geo. W. Kinsey and others—
Gentlemen: I here! y accept the
nomination for councilman of first
| ward aud herewith tliauk you for the
' confidence placed iu mo and if elected
Woodmen Fully Determined to
will fulfill the duties of the office to
Witnessed the B’sket B l!
the best of my ability.
ALTO a HAMPTON.
HENDERSON FROM SECOND
R. B. Henderson has been nomi
The new brick hall for the W. O.
nated by petition as candidate for
I W. at Springfield is now a sure go.
Tba Frishmeo of the University
Daily Guard March !)
councilman from the second ward to
l'The cost hao been materially reduced
aaoiber victory over the
Henry P. Reitz, who will play sec I
His petition has
and the money for the construction
last night when the
been properly piepared aud is ready ond base on the Eugene baseball team
hss been secured. ■ The matter will
Freshmen girls won io basketball
to tile with the city recorder.
| be all settled up ut the uext meeting
by a score of 10 to 4. uood p aymg
morning’s early train from Califor
; of the committee which will take was done o n both sides, the Sopho
nia. Mr. Reitz was met by Manager
’ place just as soou as* is couveuient mores being better in passing the ball
DuSbaue aud taken to his hotel. I
, for the members. It looked for a and the Freshmen surer in throwing
On being shown around Eugene, the
i time that Springfield would lose goals. For the Sophomores, Miss
new arrival expressed himself as be- The Primaries Will Be Held on the new ball she has been counting
Warfield was the star, and for f e
D. Mallock From Fourth,
lug well pleased with the
on for 1 ome time until new flguris Freshmen, Miss Cora Cameron car
Arturciay, the Qch oi April-
Alton Hampton From First
and the cordial treatment with
wera r eceived wltib puts the < ost ried off the honors. An admission of
Same Day as Republican
■ within reach of this enterprising or- 10 cents was Aarged and netted about
Opposition Ticket in the First and which he bus been received.
and R. B, Henderson
Reitz is a baseball player of na
1 86, which will be turned over to the
tional reputation, having teen in
The present building has already ' boys’ team to aid in payiug the sea
[ been disposed of to Al. M. Peery the
the business since 1892, when his
(Daily Gua;d March 4)
1 son's email deficit.
Daily- Guard March 4
cireer began at San Francisco. In
Call) G' a d Maicb 4
Members of the Democratic Coun druggist, who will tnpve it across tbo
The city election in April promises
TL .i ictirig of voters of the Third
ty Central Committee met last evea-
The game was
run icld in the city hall last even- to tie interesting in two wards at j the Baltimore National league team, I iug and set the time for the couuty a store room with living apartments
affair, no one being admitted who did
big i<-lilted in the naming of George least, In the first and second wards in '93 on the Washington, D. C., j onveution on Saturday, April 9, above.
1!. I ’ rrii, the present encumbent, as there are two candidates each for team and ’99 with Pittsburg. In .and tho primal ies on Saturday,
The brick for the new bulding will net wear dresses. For this reason a
cat.-i idate for councilman from that eounciluieu aud all of them are good 1900 he was with Milwaukee or the ¡April 16, tho same day on which the all probably bo burned here as it is ' number of boys dressed themselves in
w;i r ' to t>n voted for at the municipal -mlntautial citizens aud heavy tax- American league, then back to Bal Republirnns hhld their county con thought it can be done much cheaper girls’ clothes aud successfully passed
timore of the Nationals in 1901.
el> i n on April 4tb.
the doorke per' During the game,
vention. Following is the cftll fer than to import them.
< uni 'Ju in G. W. Griffin presided
At the conventions last night, W. While playing with Baltimore he be th? convention and primaries:
their enthusiasm got the
I Just how soon the building will Le
v ' CIO
” V • *- • J > —
ut the meeting and Sheriff Fred Fls- W. Calkins was nominated to run came Injured and came West and fin
the begun cannot at this time be stated, ( better of them and they gave three
Notice is hereby, given that
acte I as secretary. W. W. Brown against Alton Hampton tn the bret ished the season with Los Angeles. : Lane county couveution will meet cn but it will be startedj ust as soon as lusty cheers, which caugut the ear
pile J Mr. Dorris iu nomination, and ward, and R. M(! »iurphoy, placed in T’he next year he played with Spokane ¡Saturday the IOcb day of April, 1904, the preliminary arrangements can be ' of Prof. Burden. Now they are won-
nomination to oppose R. H. Hender- of the Pacific Northwest league and at 10 o’clock a. u . at the court house completed.
oil t lotion the
> dering what’s next.
last year was in the California league.
son in the second ward.
' The two teams lined uu as follows:
iu Eugene, Oregon,for the purpose of
During ail these years Reitz has
li. F. Dorris, city recorder, and
Ci iitrary to a belief on the streets,
Scpbomores—Forwards, Ella Dobie,
The I.O. O. F. lodge has purchased
I nominating one joint State Senator,
made a splendid record for himself.
.the volt rs are coniplying with the Frank
three Representatives, one CouDty a One piano and placed it in the opera Jean Gray; center ¡Mary Warfield;
-new 1 w in making nominations by will be nominated
Judge, one Couuty Commissioner, house. Thia has been loDg time gnards, Norma Hendricks, Camille
conventions. These conventions ate to succeed themselves and there j management is to be congratulated one Sheriff, one Cleik, one Assessor, needed, and will be greatly appreciat
simply held for the purpose of naming will no doubt be men named on | upon securing him.
Freshmen —Forxa'ds, Ker Neal,Cora
one Surveyor, one Coroner and dele ed by the public
the choice«f each ward and then a peti the opposition ticket for these|ol!lces
Miss May Harper has accepted a ¡C'tneron; center, ttuth McCallum;
gates to the State and Congressional
tion signed by the requisite number in a few days, as well as opposition
position in Shumate & Berger’s mil- ¡Guards, Mabel Foil!, Alabel Cooper.
ut Viners and pioperly sworn to, is candidates for councilmen iu the
The primaries to bo held on Satur inery storet at Eugene.
fllol with the city recorder. A pt- third sud fourth wards.
J1W . Van Scoyoc left Tuesday for
day April 9, 1904.
tl’ion for Mr Dorris’ nomination
All citizens who are opposed to the Russell county , Kan, to visit his
has ’re aiy rieeti prepared and will I e I
Republican party, its monopolistic uncle and other relatives.'
filed in due time.
The Springfield city council bas
tendencies, its ’extravagance in state
MR. MATLOCK NAMED.
Officers Elected at a Meeting and federal'legitlature and who favor elected HenryW Stewart a member of
J. D. Mat lock hue been named I HH
strict economy In county, state and that body to succeed Welby Stevens
Held Last Even
camiidate for councilman from the
feperal administrations, are earnestly who has removed away from town.
Ills petition and nc-
James Towler. who came from CommiK^e Appointed to Or-
requested to participate with us iu
¡■cp‘ i ■ i,r<i as follows:
A Refutation of the Statement
tna primary convention aud election. Wendling a few days ago and began
g; ni re a Club Among
We, the i nlcreigned residents of
(Dally Guard March 4)
The preucluts are entitled to the work at the mill, had the misfortune
That the R. F. D. Ser
-lie City of Eugene
Monday to break his right leg nt the
As previously announced iu tho following number of delegates:
vice Is Bad.
th.u of rc -bliug in tho Fourth werd
3 ankle and at another place four inches
Guard, several owners of smart turn Thurston........................
in fi'id city do hereby nominate Hon.
With the coming of spring one nat-
outs met at the grocery store of Geo Fairmount...................
J. D. M atl :ck ns candidate forj the
Junction, City, Or., March 4.
....... 3 the skids when a heavy timber fell u-aily turns his attention to cut door
T Hall & Son last evening aud per Goshen.........................
office "f councilman to represent said
Editor Guard: There are some peo fected th j reorganization of the Eu Jasper.............................
The Knights of
........ 3 upon him He was taken to the hospital life aud sports.
in the common cuuuc.il of tin ple in this world who would kick if gene Driving Association. The at Blanton..........................
Pythias, who are always athletically
........ 3 at Eugene.
Eugene, to be voted for lij* they were being crossly imposed tendance was good and much enthu Pleasant Hill...............
inclined, have begun to yearn for a
tie i 1, oli is of said ward at the elec upon. ’ There are others who kick siasm was manifest. Officers were Saginaw.........................
little recreation in the base bail line
tion to be held therein for such just for the fun of it. The dyspeptic chosen as follows:
and Lave appointed a committee eon-
th*» ’th day of April, 1904: who
the following item
s sting of C, A. Vuniermeir. chair
H. L. Traver, president; Lee Hos- Richardson...................
John Stewart, B. Smoed, W. 4’. clipped from the Guard’s Frank leton, secretary; Geo. T. Hall Jr., Middle Fork..............
man, Frank Poindexter aud 11. L.
II .„on, i I li Hangs, C. I’. Barnard, lin items of February 29, belongs treasurer. Ditectors—W. J. Royce, Wendling. ...................
Traver to organize a baseball team
W T. Gi union, J. R. Campbell, T. probably in the latter class:
and arrange a series of games to be
T. D. CondoD, George G. Gross.
F. B. Bellman, Chas.
“Franklin, Feb.23—Gur rural car
. ......... 4 H.W . Miller Here From Myrtle played this spring. There are quite
The committee, consisting of G. W. Coyote...........................
!.. Boott, , W. T. Osburn, O. E. rier must not bo a native of Webfoot, Griffin, F. M. Wilkins aud W. H. Zumwalt.......................
a few natural born tali players among
Creek to Interest Citizens—
Stnltl . 1’. E. Snodgrass, V. McFar- »i he allows a little water to bluff Hoffman, to solicit mem tiers to ths C amp Creek...............
the Kuigbto who put up a very inter
A Third Well Being Sunk.
him. Wo were not able to receive association was retained from last Elmira............................
. ......... 5
mail till the middle of the week last
State cf <
Last; summer the Knights played a
Fall Cicek ...................
H. W. Miller is here from Myrtle series of games which were very en-
week, while people 40 miles from
. .................. 4
The association will continue to North Junction..........
from Junction on the f tar route, were
. ......... 7 Creek Douglas county. He is the tertaiug aud created not a little en
keep Bangs' race track iu good cou- South Junction..........
their mail without any ditiou aud will also improve the road Spoueer.........................
sworn, op lath »ay: That I am one of getting
. i agent cf theUrrpt a Valley Oil Co. thusiasm. Hast b ill fans have not,
This company has sunk three differ nor can they ever, forget the game be
he elect ti r.i of the Fourth ward in trouble, both carriers having the same leading to the track.
ent wells, but on each obstacles were tween the Eats aud Leans last year,
1 think the people
the c ity rf Eugene mid one of the road to travel
put in their way, bo that no depth fo- in this game Judge Wintermeir
pel ru whose names are signed tn of this route ought to petitiou for a
could be reached. One well was put distinguished himself as a very su
; certificate of noinina num to deilver tho mail.”
down nearly 110) feet and has a string perior pitcher while Waller Griffin
I have rend the eaid certifi-
In justice to Mr. Curtis who carries
t lo t'
I- it v * ho signers thereto and t he tho mail on the route relerred to in
As predieted by th« Guard, this rteceta.. .........................
. ........ i of tools in the bottom worth 8500 or made the league players envious with
that cannot be recovered. his perfect playing at third base.
s a i .oils and the signatures therein tho above, I wish to say that, the ar year’s municipal campaign will not East Cottage Grove.
....... 10 more,
Hint said person* are elec ticle is more than misleading. The be conducted along political lines. West Cottage Grove
......... 8 Another well is down al out 1300 feet
tor- of iid ward nnd are qualified star route and tho R. F. D. route in The Australian ballot law, under Springfield.
......... 8 with a drill in the bottom, which
and requisite to make such notnina question are not on the same road which the election must be con Hermann .
2 cannot be recovered.
The people of Roseburg and Myrtle
where tho deep water is encountered. ducted,requires that if candidates.are Laue............
V. M c F arland ,
I'l.e star route* goes via the lltll nominated by conventions, they must Long Tom..
b creek has responded promptly to
neighborhood and the Gibson bridge, be political conventions and notices Bailey..........
UH AS. L. SCOTT.
4 three different calls for aid. Now
(Guard S;>eeial Sell ice)
Sul < riled and sworn to before m> Huie using a high road, while the of the meetings must be made a cer Mohawk...
.5 Mr. Miller is here offering great in
City, March. 4 — Rev. D.
lay of March, 1904.
K. F. D. route uses the Taylor tain number of days prior to the time Creswell...
.7 ducements In order to raise enough L. Shrode, has resigned the pastorate
fl. B. EAKIN,
bridge anil a low road which caunct of holding them. Thu was not done, Lost Valley
of the Methodist church heie and
be used during high water.
and all the candidates will be nomi McKenzie..
.1 at least 2000 feet. He has with him will leave soon for Caiif rnia for his
The Williams bridge route, A. nated by petition,the nominating con Gate Creek
possible men, that when one of the health. He has sold his property to
carrier, was also itrpas.-able ventions being held simply for the Cheshire .
1 hereby accept the nomination for Tower
was down 1500 feet, several Rev. Gardner of the M. E. church,
same two days that the mail purpose of getting an expression from Blue River
councilman of the Fourth waid iu ac on the
of oil were pumped to the South.
was not delivered by Mr. Curtis.
Cotdai ce with the above petition,
Mrs. Wesey Lingo is in San Fran-
aud the stock was sought
choice of candidates. Messrs Dorris, Mabie.........
,1. D. MATLOCK.
cisco visiting relatives.
my borrowing tliis expression from Hampton and Matlock, who have Mapleton
...3 after at 50 cents per share. l'be com-
9 pany has a good string of tools and
V1PTON SOMIN VTSD.
the Franklin humorist ) the star route been nominated for co incilmen are Monroe....
Several boys are languishing in the
...3 all machinery required to sink a well city bastile for ridfng tri-in- within
■nrrier when he arrived at Blacbley, all Democrats iu politics, but they Florence...
« undersigned residents <
3 to u depth of 3000 feet if required. the city limits contrary to law.
lily of Eugeu* and electori- onio twenty miles west of here, oi have accepted nomination as nou- Wallace. .
....1 The officers of the company feel san
ut, reel ling in the first ward in these same dates, nnd he did not de partisan candidites, who will work Five Rivers
David Jackson, after twelve years
.... i guine that oil in paying q ¡antities absence in the mines of Idaho, bar
i.y, do hereby nominate A1IM- liver mail 40 miles west of Junction for the lest interest* of the city’s South Eugene No 1. ..
days. So the Franklin welfare u electeJ. it is presumed South Eugene No 2 ..
... .6 will bo had before a 2000 - foot depth is returned to his family. II is just
¡i.i-'i . candidate for the office o' on thoso
8 reached. Samples of the crude pro
. u.m to represent .-aid ward .u wri’or must have boon dreaming that the auti saioou forces will place North Eugene No 1
from the Seven Devils country anc
duct were tested and pronunced of a may later letur” there.
. . i.m council or' the city of or hud n vision or something else of a ticket in the field this year as usual N orth Eugene No. 2...
he kin,1i jutt prior to concocting the and the question will be suloous oi
Thoso appointed for the Eugene Que quality.
.... !o le voteJ for by the elec
precincts as judges for primary elec
Mr. Miller can le seen at
nd ward at the eleeliou to b< i above story.
From the Times:
tion are as follows:
ONE WHO KNOWS.
Smee le hotel an 1 will be pleased to
i . ui li office vu the ltb dai
went to Lebanou Friday to manage
South Eugene No 1: Eli Barger, talk the proposition orer with any
.1, I: i l
affairs at home while her mother
lohu Higgins, Chas. Evans.
one aud take their orders for stock. visit*
.¡go W. Kinsey,
E. R. Skipworth at Eugene
South r.ugene No. 2: Tom Brawn,
d , T. F. l’lank T.
whose condition is reported much
Mr. Hockey E. Mason, sou of D. James Ciearhart, A. G. Mathews.
. it borough, E.
North Eugene, No. 1: J. O. Watts,
P. Mason, of All any, and Miss Eva
ra‘ter»on. Geo. W. Smith,
A man w.th a car load of houeebold
an accomplished and Wm. S'oops, Dara Lakin.
'»-nhiitt, O. W. WillUms, .1
goods and livestock arrived here Sat
popular young lady of Portland, «ere
■ay. .»lex T. t'oekerline, W. M
urday from Portsmouth, Neltaska.
The Guard Ha< Received 30,000 uuited iu marriage at the residence singer, Pres. Comegys, R. Al. Day.
i, . .
His car contained a little of every
. ' f Oregon, County of l.ane, r-
Pounds of White Paper
Tlio Bouoyman Hardware Co., of thing from mules to chickens. He
W.dnisuly evening, March 2, 11x4.
> W. Kin iey. and J. S. Plant"
Portland, through the courtesy cf ; urchased a part of the Hcuck land
The ceremony wus ; i-rfcrmed by Rev.
■h for himself duly sworn.
their traveling salesman, W. E, Car
eir Me uro*. J hese Nebraska people
-I ay: That I am one of th,
W. S. Gilbert amidst tasty surround
Ion, has placed a set (12 ) of Wizard make gooel citizens and we would
f the firsx ward In the city
ings, iu th; presence of a few rela-
golf tails in the hands of the Eugene like to see a lot more of them locate
■ nd one of the person.-
i.nd intimate friend*.
Golf C’ub to be competed f. r in an hero.
aies nrv signed to the fon ■
couple were handsomely le
I individual contest. It is stipulated
The rain fail fo* February broke
merati ri <1. Mr. aud Airs. Mason leit
h ate of nomination,tba: 1
li.at rale 1 ' kMt bw st. Icily observed,
The precipitation a
" l ho wild certificate, know
for Billing -, Me: t.. where au tíñela
I’.hat no tipping of cuddies
tins place according to the record
• rs thereto and the state
of the groo n>, Mr. Wocdson resiles,
i will le tolerated.
irl They will return to All any to leside,
kept by the S. P. Co. was 1.1.20 in-
I the signature.« therein ar
Daily Gu -rd March 5
cbes. In past years the ram tall for
. in l.iepii ..
fr , », R ho lit O'C filet of Jin.., whva tf y
February was as fellows: 1901, 5.60;
it* «iteruoou'g traiu
19v2, 8.32; 1901, 1.6?. Alarcli is start-
will oceni y ti e - i ft-,., , next tc. Mr
* ! r
nil will her< ft
D P. Mi iron's re- ’ene»
Mr - I
iug oct on t’ie lines c»tabl
SECOND B SEMAN
BRICK ASURE GO
George B. Dorris From
day, the 16th of
K. P. WILL HAVE
JUNCTION R. F. D
AND ST AR CARRIERS
IN INTEREST OF
UMPQUA OIL WELLS
IN NEAR FUTURE
<3 otJ College Hill