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About Eugene semi-weekly guard. (Eugene, Or.) 1904-190? | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1904)
C H Paik, the iniuiug man, wsut to
Aliis Emily Loveiidge aud Miss Er
Portland ou business this afternoon. nestine Heslop returned to Portland
fl A Tromp, of the Uncle Sam Min today after a few weeks’ visit with
ing Company, went to Junction today, relatives in this city.
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Pr ifeesor I M Glen arrived borne I
I Dr I D Driver is home fro n a trid
Kenneth Miller and ' lend, N.
Portland ou tlie afteruoon train,
Stang, arrived in Eugene (bis after
A marriage license was issued today noon from Berkely, Calif., aud will Caught From Brush F res and
J (J Branstetter was up from Junc-
to W T Haukius and Euiiict May Har epeud the summer here.
Jno Rupert and furniiy, of Napa
Mr and Mrs D W Haynes arrived
Judge R S Bean aud little daughter
Cal, are in the city.
here t-day from liarrou county, Wis
arrived home from Salem ’bis after-
Harry Mourer, of Salem, is in this
consin, to reside. They are the pa
city visiting friends.
rents of S W B Haynes.
J. P. Sweet, of Elmira, was iu Eu
Dr O Fi Smith left today for bis I The Mieses riendly left yesterday
Alfred A. Aya, attorney at-law with gene yesterday and told the Guaid of
for their hom-etsads ou the low-r Attorney C. M. Idlemau.of Portland, the burning of the sawmill belonging
gold mine» near Medford
is tn the city visiting his parents, of bis eon, J. K. Sweet, three and a
Miss Edith Hoff imu returned home
half miles northwest of Elmira last
W. D. Gar nan, a prominent Cot Mr. and Mrs. Louis A-a.
this afternoon from a trip north.
j Friday afternoon.
tage Giove merchant, spent last uigbt
Al Kent, a promiuent citizen of
Hurray Bostwick and wife, of?art-
in this city
The mill caught Öre between four
Drain, is in the city uu business.
land, arrived this afternoon to visit and I ve o'clock and
Sheriff Fred Fisk took criminals
Early risers this morning noticed a
' Mr. Bostw ek'd parents, Mr and Mre. destroyed, the loss beiLg about 11500,
Dennis and Smith to the penitentiary
light frost. Pretty late for frosts
i E. Bost«, k, at Llewellyn.
with no insurance
at Salem today.
Bert Berry and family left yester
James Hartley, who has been con-
It appears that l.,e Are was caused
J W Clark, the drayman,who is tak
fined to bis bed for the past two by the spreading of small crush Area
day for Lewiston, Idaho, to reside.
ing treatment at a Fortland hospital,
months with iuflanima ory rheuma nearby or eLe sparks Irorn the burn-
Attorney B B Beekman, of Port ' is reported very low.
tism, is now able to be cut.
land, arrived in this city yesterday.
i lug b-ush piles were carried to the
R S Hueton, of the Guard office
W O Zeigler returned last night mill by the wild.
Misses Margaret and Gertrude Wid composing room, went to Portland
from Salem, where be has been at
No on« was in the mill at the time
mer arrived last night from Seattle.
this afternoon on a ehert visit.
tire started, end by the time Mr.
Mr aud .Mrs A 8 Powers and son,
County Scucol Superintendent W M
Lew, have returned from Blue River. j Miller went to Portland this after- ence. He repoits a very successful Sweet and others reached there th v
flames were beyond control.
J W Fowler and J W Stawliug, of i noon on business.
Ex-Governor Geer will deliver the
Mr. Sweet is yet undecided whether
Wendling,spent last night iu Eugene.
L. Zimmerman came down from the address at Junction City on the i , or not he will rebuild. It all depends
John Cogswell returned jesterday minee y^terAxy eveuing on hie way Fourth. Besides other numerous at- . ' upon the outl ok of the lumber mar
from the pioneers' reunion at Port home to Portland.
¡tractions, 800 nickels will be thrown, ket. If be does rebuild, the mill will
Dear. Sanderson wçnt to Turner I ! troadcasl upon the streets for the be double the capacity of the old one,
or about 10,000 fort duily.
Mre J H Fraser and Miss Leia Fra this afternoon to attend the Christian i boys and girls to scramble for.
King Henderson arrived in this
ser, of North lakima, Wash., are in church state convention.
Otton Olston, H. A. Tromp and city last night from bis cattle ranch
Remember these facts •when buying baking powder.
- near Silver Lake, Oregon. He came
F. M. Wilkins and family left on Geo. Fisher returned last evening
over the Cascade Mountains by the
the afternoon train for Seattle for a from the Blue River minee.
Coburg, June 28 —Mre. Perry, of
military road, aud reports lots of
Harry Tempany, the naw pitcher
snow ou the mountains and a very Roseburg, is the guest of her daugh
Miss Jessie Hawley,of Grass Valley, for the Eugene baseball team, arrived ■ nard trip. Mr. Henderson will make ter, Mrs. B. F. Russell
is the guest of her old school chum, this afternoon from Spokane.
l the return trip next week.
Mrs. Louis Harden and children are
Professor 11. C. Howe, who Las been
visiting with relatives at Lebanon.
Geo Merritt, a well known U O 1 very ill, has sufficiently recovered as
Mrs. A. C. Dixon a id cbildrea are
student, left yesterday for hie home to be able to come down towu.
visiting relatives and friends at Port
at Central Point. ..^-u
Z Sexton, who has been visiting Al
Joon Davies and sou, John, Jr, bert Ward, of Vida, left this after
Misses Vera Robertson and Effie
left this morning for Seattle, to be noon for his home in Michigan.
Greeustreet ’ia'teu with friends in
Supervisors’ Account —
gone some time.
William T. Spangler, piano inetruc W H Sallee, road supervisor,
W W Haines arrived home today tor at McMinnville college, is in the
Rev. Smith, of Montezuma, la ,who
' from Portland, where he attended city, the guest of Arthur LouiB Fra W W Darneille, road'supervisor,
is the guest of his parents, Mr. and
ab r b po a ’ | the pioneers' meeting.
services................ .................... 65 00 Mrs. Levi Smith, filled the pulpit of
- 5 1 1 2 1
the M E. church ou Sunday evening
E J Frasier went to Portland tnis David Elloitt, road supervisor,
McKune, c and 2b - 6 1 0 4 2
services................ .................... 25 00 and preached an excellent discourse.
Strieb, 2b aud lb - 6 3 3 5 1 • night irom Olympia, Wash .where she afternoon to attend the annual meet
Radfurd, lb and cf - 5 1 2 4 0 1 lias been visiting friends.
ing of the Western Oregon Immigra A C McCland, read supervisor,
F. B. Sackett lias completed hie
Downing, 3b -
• U 0 Ö 1 1
services................ .................... 42 50 new warehouse aud the Powers build
Mrs Maggie McMurry and family tion Association.
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Schofield, rf and p - 4 1 0 1 2 1 left yeeterday for Asotin, Wash.,
ing, formerly occupied by him for a
J. J. Hughes, the efficient director L Lockard, road supervisor,eer-
vices .................. .................... 42 50 warehouse, is now occupied by the
Oawill, cf and c
- 4 2 1 6 1 1 where thej will locate.
of the Eugene band, leaves tomorrow
I Tempany, p and rf - 4 0 1 4 1
Henry Kompp, road supervisor,
Arm of Powell 4 Matthews, who will
Miss Myrtle Dodd is home from for Portland, where he will play in
services................ .................... 35 00 conduct ice cream parlors in ooni ac
45 10 9 30 10 7 Monmouth, where she has been at Brown’s Park band.
J A Powers, road supervisor,
tion with their grocery department.
tending the normal school
Alexander Martin, wife and son,
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS.
services .............. .................... 32 50
Mies (one Elliott is the guest of her
0 3 2 0 1 1 0 1 2-12
M C Hull and wife went to Turner who have been visiting Mr and Mre M T Cas;eel, road supervisor.
Salem Won Yesterday’s Hits,
0 Ï 5 1 1 2 0 0 2 0-12 on the afternoon train to attend the I Geo 11 Smith, will leave tonight for
cousin, Mies Kathleen Stuart.
1 1 0 0 1 0 5 0 2 0-10
their home in Kipmath Falls.
Mis; Ada Collins, of SpringUeld, is
Ben Pitcher, load supervisor,
1 0 1 1 1 0 3 1 1 0- 9 Christian church state convention.
M. Peterson and family, who con
Game in Ten
Dr J W Harris took bis daughter,
services................ .................... 25 00 i ' io guusi of the Mieses Greenstreet.
Mre. Edith Martin, to Portland today ducted a dairy we»t of the city for Wm Taylor,road supervisor, ser-
Coburg is preparing for a big cele
several years, left today for Sheridan
Earned runs— Salem, 3; Eugene, 1. to be operated upon at a hospital.
vices .................... .................... 16 25 bration on f be Fourth of July. The
Struck out—By Emerson, 9; By Tern-
affair is under the auspices of the
Mrs Grace Campbell Baecbe left for connty, Mo., where they will reside. F L Crenshaw, road supervisor,
any, 2; by Schofield, 1. Bases on
services.................. .................... 22 50 Cornet Band, and a picnic will be
J R McGee whb in from the Mohawk
Balls—Off Emerson, 4; off Tempany, her home at Sumpter yesterday, after
held In Wa-reri’s Grove.au ideal spet.
1; off Schofield, 4. Wild pitches au extended visit with relatives in valley today. He and C Lirsnn and D B Proctor, road supervisor,
— Emerson, 2. Passed balls—Wilkins, this city.
services.................. .................... 31 50 A program will be renders'! »nd there
George Thompson came down from
2; McKune, 1. Two-base hits—Strieb,
will be games aud races tor young
Martin's rapids to the Hayden bridge Jas W rt'ycotf, road supervisor,
Tempany, the New Pitcher, Bat Radford, Emerson. Bases stolen —
Miss Bertha Slater, an assistant in
services.................. .................... 70 00 and old. (me of the leading sports
Strieb, Nebring, Wilkins, Lougheed, the English course cf the University ou the McKenzie in a boat ODe day
for tbq afteruoon will be the log roll
ted Out of the Box—Umpire
this week and caught 140 trout.
McInnis. Hit. by pitched ball—By
Emerson, 2; by Tempany, 1. Time of of Oregon,left yesterday for her home
ing contest to take place in the mill
Oregon State Journal, advertis
in La Graude.
game—2 hrs, 30 min.
ing and printing ...................... 64 60 pond by the loggers. But the princi
His Bad Decisions.
J. D. Baughman, left this morning
Guard, advertising and printing 63 25 pal event of the day we believe will
Daily Guard June 27.
W C Yoran, printing.................... 12 25 be the display of fireworks in the
The score of Saturday's game naa for Florence, •»hers be will accept a
Judge Beau went to Salem this af Eugene Register, printing and
position with the Florence Steamboat
evening. ' The committee have spared
as follows :
and Packing Co.
advertising.................................. 165 25 no expense and have received the *
C Stuart was in the city from Mo
largest, beet and most expensive line
P Comegys and wife went to Salem
’ THE CLUBS.
h PO a
of fireworks that have ever been die-
Won Lost P. C’
_ i r.
2 1 2 6
played in this end of the valley.
after which they will attend the Tur-
Harry Baxter was down from Mar- Mrs M D Mitchel), supplies for
l onghead, 3b
- 5 •j 1 0 0
1 Eugene ....
i Nehring, lb
- 5 1 0 11 0
Hon. J. M. Shelley is in Portland W J Mulkey, care of pauper.... 11 00
J F Amis and wife will leave Sun-
Davis, of -
• 5 2 2 0 0
11 D Edwards, pauper ticket. . . . 2 15
- 4 2 3 3 0
- 5 1 2 2 4
Geo J Wilhelm was I d town from L W Brown, medical service,
ogn, where they will spend the re-
pauper.......................................... 9 00 County Treasurer's Office,Lane Coun
- 5 0 1 0 0
airder of the summer and probably Junction today.
In the series of basehall games Lúeas, p
• 4 0 0 0 1
Lewis 4 Veatcb, provisions,
Roy Renshaw is taking an outing at
which closed yesterday Salem and
pauper.......................................... 9 71
for the purchase of 82500 4 per
Eugene broke even, Eugene winning
Miss Emily Loveridge, of the Good I
L g Adair, cnarity tickets....... 88 65 cent school bouds of District No. 97
the first two games and Salem the
Samaritan Hospital, of Portland, is
Mrs M E Russell, care of pau
(Florence) will be received at thts
j in the city visiting her father, Rev. afternoon from Portland.
pers ............................................. 151 00 office until July 9, 1904, at 12 o’clock
3 1 0 5
Sunday's game, though character ¡ Briseno, ss
i Loveridge, of the St. Mary’s Epiaco-
840 wheels 832.50 this week, only a Williams 4 Parvin, ^.ovisicns.. 16 00 noon.
4 0 0 3 1
ized by tagged playing, was exciting McKune, c
’ pal church.
few left. McClanahan.
C W Powell, provisions............. 6 00
5 1 0 2 4
Said bonds are fo run 20 years, but
throughout and took ten Innings to I Radford, lb]
4 3 2 11 2
Day 4 Henderson, merchandise 64 05 are redeemable after 10 years at^tbe
decide the winner, Salem batting out ’ Downing, 3b
4 2 3 0 ó
Mrs L 11 Wheeler, supplies....... 10 00 option of the district. Interest pay
chutes, in Crook county, arrived here ceiving a new coat of paint.
5 Ô 3 2 0
j Clyues, If
a victory in the tenth.
Light, Water and Fnel Account —
able semi-annually, at this office. Is
Tempany, the Blues’ new pitohe»
4 0 0 4 0
Í Oewlll, cf
sued in blocks of 8100, and cannot be
report tire miles of snow on the have bis eyes treated by a specialist. , Lane County Electric Company,
from Spokane, was batted out of the ¡ Nefzger. p
1 o 0 0 o:
lights ........................................ 24 75 sold for lees than par
box in the third inning and Schofield I Somers, p
0 0 0 3
st. They met the Paine-Day hunting Luta.are camping
GEO. F. CRAW,
at Iklknap^Springs. ~ I_5 Court House and Lawn—
took his place. The latter did not
Trees. Lane County, Oregcn.
7 9 27 12 tl party yeeterday at Blakely’s, only
atop the bom bard me nt to any great
___ _ to Wi illiam Wiles, work on county
abont 35 mli«s from Eugene.
grounds....................................... 6 45 F. REISNER, Deputy.
extent, however, Salem's sluggers
Cottage Grove this afternoon -n pro
Eugene, Oregon, Jcat 8, 1904
W Smith, park work............... 14 15
placing their hits where they counted
KUNS BY INNINGS.
Salem. 0 3 113 2 0 1 0—11
H A Tromp and Geo T Marvin, of E J Delaney, building cement
Daily Guard June 25
Advice to Residents.
A feature of the game was Strieb’e Eugene, 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 4— 7 I
the Uncle Sam mine, arrived up from
walk in park........................... 367 50
N B Sutherland is In from Walton. Portland last night.
long running catch of a foul fly. It 1
N Gross, work on connty
was the best put out ever seen ou ths | Earned rune: Eugene, 3;
W L Ford was in from Crow today.
E K Henderson returned yeeterday
grounds ..*. ................. 39 00
5. Bases stolen : Fay, Davis, Wil
The vice president of the Oregon
Mies Viola Colter is here from Flor from au extended sojourn on his Hubble's Transfer, hauling dirt 30 50
Two base bits:
Regarding Tempany, he is a husky llama
hose team advises the people of Eu
Clynes, 2, Schofield, Downing.
O Green, work
2 00 gene to use a package of Imp Soot
lad and lias lota of strength and ought ford,
Homerun: Downle. Sacrifice hits:
R O Brady was here from Creswell
Orville Waller, who Is convalescing
to throw a hard ball to hit, but it is McKune, Schofield.
Destroyer to prevent so many false
from a pistol abet wound in hie right
presumed that yesterday was an otf Uy Sumera, .1; by Lucas, 7 Bases on today.
alarms. It cleans chimneys and flues
Roily Roney, of Goshen, was in the leg, is now able to sit up.
day for him.
He did not show up balls: Off Somers. 2; off Lucas, 5.
and can be bad at Jennings 4 Ed
Norman Taylor, o’ Portland, who
well at bat, but made two or three Time of game: 1 hr, 30 min.
wards' at 25 cents per package.
A great many Eugene people who
difficult catches in right Held after he
E J McClanahan went *o Salem this has been the guest of Miss Ruth Lov
otherwise would stay at borne will
eridge, returned home today.
was transferred to that pisiiion.
celebrate the Fourth at Junction, just
Umpire Jackson came in for a
Jas. W. Hill, of Hazeldell, was in
roasting from the grandstand for
is in the city looking for a house to to see the Roseburg-Eugene baseball
several bad decisions. To the epeeta
Roseburg won from Albany Sunday
W G Allen went to Salem today on rent, that she may locate here.
The hottest days of the year so far
'.or it iq poared that every time there bv Hie score of 8 to 3, making two bueiuees.
R A Latting, of Grand Ledge Mich,
A special meeting of the town coun
were yesterday and today.
whs ovcaalon lor a dose declaim
victories for each team during the se
8. R. Humphrey, of Lowell, was iu
lem was favorer!. The score was
the Uncle Sam mine. Is in the city.
sider the matter of street grading.
the city today.
registered from 80 to 85 degrees in
Traveling Salesman Geo II Graves,
Editor J F Woods was over from
the shade this afternoon at 3 o'clock
has been the guest of Mrs. Frederick the estimates of the sumyot, it was
who was in Medf< rd a few mouths Springfield today.
ago selling cbuncei on an elegant KkO
Farmers try our old growth fir slab
Wm Miller was a patsenger to I’ort-
automobile to b-> rattled In the cap laud on the atteruuon train.
Miss Ccrinne Linn, of Jacksonville, lier to estimate the amount of work to wood cut to lengths ready for use.
ital city April 16tb, wes in the city
who tas been visiting her brother, G be paid for by each property owner, Prices and quality will prove it to be
J C McElroy nad wife are In from
before letting the contract for the the best wood for you.
Wednesday. Mr. Graves reports the
Linn, went to Portland today to
grading. As the council was not
lucky people tn tnis drawing to be the their farGi near Monroe.
ready to let a contract, the bids sub
E. A. Sathers. of Pleasant Hill,
ttrm of Jennings 4 Martin,-f Fugeue,
mitted for the grading were not
ami that the ticket which drew the • pent last night iu the city.
F o IT ia .
leased the curtain advertising privi opened.—The West.
Chas II Sellers, of Pleasant Kill,
tine machine cost them ouly 24 ccLts.
The K nd Y% Hsw »iirn Bctji
lege at the Eugene theatre, are here
spent last eight in the city.
— Medford Mall.
with their wives.
In buying food-products, several things
are to be thought of—i. e., Economy,
Results, Easy Handling, Reliability, but
the most important is Health.
Health means everything. In buying
clothes, shoes, hats, furniture, etc., if the
buyer is deceived and gets an imitation
the only harm is loss of money. In buy
ing food-products, if imitations are sup
plied, there is not only a loss of money,
but perhaps an injury to health—which
is beyond price.
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