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Geo F Craw, D, 20tb Conn. Inf.
h« san» ss other peuple? Taeu as
W H Hosier, D, 2d Iowa Car.
iu self justification:
8 P Kladden, Capt, H, 3d Iowa luf
. . . We have in mind many lit-
11 W Clarke, I, yth Penn Cav.
tie spiteful Ainas covertly uttered by
C W Haught, F, 8th Mi zb luf.
the Guard in the past through alleged
J B Martin, B, 43d Mu luf.
We have nothing uf the kind “in
mind.’* One thing is certain. No
In the Justice Court
9 oo D rops
employe of tb- Guard of the past or
For Infants and Children.
present but will bear willing testi
mony that the responsible ménage
Albert Fainter appeared before
ment of thia paper has never failed to
Justice of the Peace ’»’intermeier this
any discourtesy to the Successful Three Days’ afternoon on the charge of stealing
Gircuit Court Adjourn discourage
Register proprietors or their publica
»ome silverware frem The Palma res I
tion. It is a poor excuse for their at
taurant some time ago, having been
Il AXcgetable Preparation'or As-
ed at Noon
tempted pulling flown of a competitor
arrested last evening by Officer Gro
in business and more, not founded
ner. The case was postponed until
on fact. Since November 1879 the
Tuesday, the mau wishing to send for
G 'ari has been substantially under
bis brother. He gave bail for his
IN FA NJ
its present management Du* Ing those
many years our pleasant relations
with the veteran éditer of the State
frontales Digestí jii CIr- tful
•ess andR?su uni .ins r« i « r
Grand Jury Recommends Change J mrual,Harrison R. Kincaid, has not A. C. Jenning Elected President
Jpuim,Morphine nor>i iu ra!.
been marred by a single incident.
of the Association and Three
of School Superintendents'
ot N ad c otic .
¡And substantially the same may be
Vice Presidents Chosen
said of the former proprietors of the
Office and Heating of Jail
Register. Yoran Bros., 11 W. and Lu
/hafeetf M !¡r. JKl'iLrt ir:H£A
by Ccunty Plant.
ther Rowland and T. J. Howard.
Commencing next Monday «rsaa of
ettx. Senna *
With the present management ut tbs
Eugene’s merchants will launch an
Register came our first newspaper
etluee Seed '
Tbs June term of circuit court ad
Tbe fifth ennual reunion of the old pons will be given with every 25 cent
friction. It is not of our seeking, it
Hl Tn iti mäh’Siuta *
journed today at noon, after cleaning
is not pleasant, we do nut believe we soldiers of Lane ccunty came to a purchase. Reud big ad iu another
up the docket, 1 he graed jury made
a-e at fault. We are willing that eu close this forenoon with tbe election column aud be sure aud ask for red
its Uual report, as follows, aud was
impartial public after reading the of officers for tbe ensuing year. The C"upons.
Aperteci it medv forro..stipa
quotation from the Register tiret made reunion has been the most successful
(ion, Sour Sloinach Dimrlicea ■
“To the Ciicuit Court of the State
above, should judge as tu our caudoi here yet, the interest being greater Commercial
of Oregon, for Line Ccunty:
and tue registration of veterans larger
in making this statement.
ness and Loss of S i . ei - i *.
“Finn! report of grand jurv.
than at any previous reunion. There
“To the Hon. J. W. Hamilton, judge
lac Simile Signature of
were 168 names on Secretary Jen
REAL ESTATE EX
of said court:
nings’ books when tbe association ad
“We, the grand jury at the June,
journed sine die this forenoon.
R. 8. Bryson has been named as the
1904,term o’ the above entitled court, CHANGE ACTS WISELY
The election resulted in the naming candidate from the Commercial Club
in our tinal report, say:
of A C Jennings as president and tbe to be voted for in the merchants’ oon-
“We have made a most thorough m-
following vice presidents: J M Shel test for the World’s Fair trip. If
vestiagtion of all crimes coming to
ley, of Eugene; T J Elliot ol Camp
our knowledge committed and triable Nominate a Popular Candidate Creek; and G W Reynolds, of Cot chosen, Mr. Brysoo will be supplied
in said court, and have disposed of To Represent Eugene and Lane
tage |Grove. The pre ident appointed and county. He would be an excel
the same according to our best judg
secretary, treasurer and executive lent person for this purpose.
County at World’s Fair.
“We recommend that hereafter the
Tbe next reunion will be held in That Library Committee
county school superintendent occupy
Eugeue in Jure, 1905, the exact date
At a special meeting of tbe Eugeue
tbe room in the courthouse now used
to be selected by the executive com
by tbe district »ttornev aud that the Real Estate Exchange, held yesteiday mittee.
To the Editor:—The denizens of
rooms now used by ths school super afternoon, Milo H. Coffman was se Befere adjournment the following this city are wondering what has be
intendent be used and assigned by lected to niter tbe contest for elec resolutions were unanimously adopt come of the “library committee.”
aud to tbe district attorney and tion by tbe business men of Eugene, ed :
Six months ago, more or lews, the
grand jury, for tbe reason that such a to represent this city aud Laue coun-
offer was made to Eugene of $10.000
RESOLUTION OF THANKS.
change will be more convenient tor
to build a library building. 1'he city
The exchange could not have select-
the district attorney, grand jury and
officials placed the matier before the
ed a better qualified person than Mr. the Lane County Veterans’ Associa people to vote upon, and the result
“Me recommend that the county
was almost unanimous. A committee
jail be heated by tbe system installed in the contest be will be liberally for tbe maguiffeent banquet provided was appointed by the city fathers to
supported and elected. If Mr. Coff tor tbe members of this 'association, select a location.
in tbe courthouse.
“We recommend that seats be man is elected, the Real Estate Ex their families aud frieuds; be it fur offers, and after a long rest made a
placed in the hallway on the upper change will furnish ail literature
kind of report, when an addition to
Resolved, That tbe thanks cf this
floor of the courthouse for conven necessary for distribution at their
the committee was made by the coun
ience ot witnesses attending tbe grand own expense, aud they further pro
cil, but it is up to the old committee
pose to defray all necessary expenses of Eugene for the many courtesies ex to call the whole committee together
“Having completed our labors, we of tbe representative, over and atove tended to tbe association iu their au and make a selection of a location.
the tranpsortu*lon and $100_offered in uual reunion, and which contributed There has been nothing done, and to
beg leave to be excused.
Has given satisfaction on Line County
so much to tbe success aud enjoyment
judge by the past nothing will be
“Dated at Eugene, Lane county, the buxines« men’s contest.
of the occasion; and be it further
road« for 20 years? THE BAIN WAGON
done. It makes little difference to
Oregon, this 24th day of June, 190-1.
Resolved, That. our thanks be also
CO. build a wagon especially for Oregon
the writer where the building is locat
"IS. I’. WILLIAMS,
change aud they have acted wisely in extended to those who by their assist ed, but we, with a large majority of
They are built to stand and they
their eelection of a live.energetic and ance, did so much to make the occa Eugene's citizens, would like to see
“A. 8. JOHNSON,
well qualified representative
tnis matter settled now. It is not
If you pre going to buy a wagon, get one
our thanks ar» especially due to Mas
business. This committee was sup
ter Harold Wells and Master Earl
with an established reputation and you
Matlock, who though of tender years
take no chances.
been a failure from the start. Let
“Z. T. K1NTZLEY,
so manfully assisted upon this joyous
them either settle the matter or in
□'•cas .on; aud oe it further
form Mr. Carnegie that Eugene 1» too
The following cases were disposed
Resolved, That our thanks be ex-
slow to act, which is not the case
Last evening the wedding of Mrs.
of this forenoon:
tm.iei to tbe tnauy patriotic citizens
Solomon R Weiser vs Emily L Wei Vina Lemley, ot this city, to William ot l.ugvue who by their generous con outside of a few.
Get on youi dignity and do some
aer; report of referee. Decree of di D. McLean, of Camp Creek, look tributions made the success of this
thing. Learu to do business for the
place nt the home ot the bride, on occasion possible; aud be it further
I pecple i romptly.
.1 R Brown vs Theresa Feldowert East Ninth street, before a large com
Resolved, That our heartfelt thanks
and NIs Feldo’vert; to recover money. pany of friends and relatives. Th« are due to all good citizens who hy
To the Pen
Motion for new trial overruled. ceremonv whs performed promptly at their presence and example did so
nine o’clock by Dr T. B. Ford, of the much to make the reunion of this
Judgment on verdict.
1 Fleishman and D J Giiggetihime, Methodist church, after wbicn a year one to be always happily retr.em
Johnson and Kelly, two of the men
partners In business under the flrm sumptuous wedding supper was par bered.
sentenced to three years each for bur U
name of Guggeiihime A Co, vs Mich- taken of, Tbe contracting parties are
C. H. BAKER,
glary in Pape’s saloon at Cottage
f.el Meyer and William Kyle, part well known people of this city and
Grove, were taken to the penitentiary
ners ill business under the firm name Lane county. Airs. Lemley has been
of Meyer A Kyle; to recover money. a popular and successful teacher in
g . w. M c R eynolds ,
Motion for new trial and set Hside the city school« for a number ot years !
Committee. L. Buwu.
verdict overruled. Judgment on ver while Mr. McLean is one of the most R' SOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE
prominent and prosperous citizens
Whereas. Tbe Supreme Commander
Estn A Deadmond vs John T Dead of Camp Creek.
of the universe has seen tit to call
uiond; divorce. Continued for term.
from o i' ranks by death the follow
In Portland, at 769 Glison street,
i ii iiruiining Jr, vs i’ H Grau- quite a romance. Nearly twenty years
ing comrades: W. F. Martin, G. L.
June 17, to Mr. aud Mrs. E. T. Stif-
nlng, Sr; to quiet title. Continued.
McGinnis, 11. F. Hunnicutt, A. Yer-
ford, a daughter. Mrs. Stafford, nee
Aman a Learned vs George l.enru married, but w
Cipld rington, K. Madam. 8 Gettings aud Mis» Hattie Dunuing, w s well kncwti
el: divorce. Default and decree.
j bring t
in this city several years ago as a U.
¿ponded to tbe last roll call during
I). student, and is a cousin of Mrs. *’.
the years 1903-1904, and have passed I
beyoud the golden gate of a true and
honorable life among our comrades
and all who knew them, and by their
death this association has lost some
We have several wheelsthat we will
The grand jury adjourned to,la» of its best workers, their wives aud
George Darling, of Marcóle, has ie?
The Register after seeking to injure I witboat retuiniug an indictment fsmtlies true and loving companions ceived a draft for MOO from the Ore
out at cost lor the next TEN
its competitor tn liusiness, tbe Guard, against Captain J. M. Williams for and the community at large true and gon Fire Relief Association, the
They include Hartfords,
by the charge that our telegraphic) assault up tn Ora Wilson. Consider upright citizens; therefore be it
amount of insurance held in the as
Stearns, Wolff American and Leroy bi
service is unreliable, “bopvine spec able dis-aitlsfaotion is expressed by
Resolved, That these resolutions be sociation on the house which was
cycles. These wheels are all Stan
inis," 1 b the courteous designation, young Wilson's many frieuds that no spread upon the minutes of our asso burned on June 9. LT Neff, of Co
could particularize nothing inaccu action was taken on tbe matter. It ciation aud a copy 1« sent to the burg, has received from the same
dard high grade wheels, fitted with the
rate except a beadliue, which every is understood that District Attorney press end a copy each be sent to tbe company $45. coveting the loss on bis
best, tires, saddles etc. Come in
one with or without experience in Brown, for some uuknowu reason, wives and families of our deceased bones, which caught Are on June 11.
newspaper work knows is no part of would not allow the case to eveu comrades.
every new wheel we
the telegraphic service, being arranged oome up for consideration, although
E. F. CHAPMAN,
sell. Now is the time to come in and
by the newspaper writer Then wheu | several of the grand jury were willing
T. J. ELLIOT I’,
railed to accoTUt for its very unkind [ to take the matter up.
S. G. LOCKWOOD,
make a selection before they are all
tatement it it forced to a sort of
Last night near 12 o’clock Are »at
nology. yet shows its venom and evl-
The following names were on regis discovered in the roof of the Vincent
Mrs. P. H. Farrell
•nt desire to strike again by becom
ter in addition to those already pub
restaurant on Weet Eighth street.
ing sponsor for a quasi falsehood. It
lished by the Goard:
alarm «as sounded and the de
J D Small.|C, 4tb Minn Inf.
Sire. P. tl. Farrell died at her home
partment responded, but their «er
. . It (the Guerd) complains last Thursday afternoon, June 16, of
Calvin Morrow. A, 2d Ill Lt Art.
Drop in anyway
vice* were not needed. The blaze,
I nat we conveyed (be tin press ion that
Drop in anyway
Wm Wilds, C, 10*b Iowa Cav.
Its telegraphic was faked. Such was apoplexy, after an illness of a little
which started from a chimney nre.
U A Smith, G, 1st Wis. 11 Art.
' o’ our Intention, for we t.elleve that over one boor. At the time of be«
was extinguished with s few bncke's
H E Berning, E, let Col Car.
• l»H«t a part of the Guard's tele ■ death her husband was a* Yaqulna
of water. The damage was nominal.
., .o. i.alU
over (Iiv viirvs. , Bay aud llvi «iaugblei, Miss Lizzie
Xsrwsvu Liggett, 1, >2tb III Inf.
w* believe that at least a nart of' Farrell,summoned from Portland, er-
C B King, F. 5th Tenn Cav.
Yesterday’s Roseburg Review: Hon
8 A .ucivay, It, 3ilh ill luf.
Guard’s telegraphic service really rived home five minutes after she
K A Booth was in towu from Eugeue
J A Girin, B, 51st Ind Inf.
' i i over the wires!" What busi breathed her last. — Woodburu lnde-
He natnrally feels
<• ihe Register editor* is It if | pendent.
Alex Withers. A, 63d 111 Inf.
very kindly toward this connty lot
VMIIIv*" ttvOt ill*' wiaxcv
iti T*. ItiflHIl WdB M
$« i £ V11V
1. Simmon«, H, 17th lo«« Inf.
olu they uttemi to their own Hitiueeaj reeblent
She woe C*)' year« old.
AT AN END
Is It Worth Anything
To You to Know That, the
BUY THE BAIN
Bicycles At Cost
E E. Me Clanahan
606 Willamette St.