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About Eugene weekly guard. (Eugene, Or.) 190?-1910 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1906)
A M Ulery, deceased. Value of estate
lots 4 and 5 e half of lot 3 l>lk 3 Zum- and Everette P Lewis; 121.69 acres in 81599.
we expect them to do a good btfsi-
sec 19, tp 16, s r 5 e. »2440.
wait’s ad to Irving. •6900.
uess. They will take possession as
Geo. N Frazer vs. G W Taylor,
Idaho F Campbell to Constantine
Charles Schaer to Herman T Dow
loon as the invoice is taken.
moves to dismiss cause with
16o acres in sec 20 tp 29 8 r 2 w. Moi ton. Ch H Chick and Everette
John Hayworth, who lives on the
out costs. Woodcock <fc Potter attys
road toward Harrisburg,
Mary E Robinson tu Alice A Palm r 5 e. 81600.
brought to town some apples that
J W Shumate vs. Wm Horn, Plain
er; 160 acres in sec 18, tp 81, 8 r 11
weighed 17 ounces each. They may
by L M Travis, atty, moves dis-
iu Sec 17. tp 17, s r 4 e. Patent.
be seen at the butcher shop and Tay
missal of case for reason that it has
G S and S D Allen to R D Musser
lor’s bar'ier shop.
40 acres iu sec 27, tp 16, s r 2 e ena Y ates; lots 3 and 4, blk 4, and
Professor Maxwell, who will have
Chas H Chick vs. J T Bridges, by
(From Saturday’s Guard.)
Dr. G. 8 Wright, «tate senator charge of the Coburg schools the com
James W and Emma B Shumate to
Raymond L Perdue to Mrs Violette
This forenoon someone broke into
from Yamhill, stales that he will ing year, is in town getting bis
Hilus demurer alleging that complaint tute ever held in Lan.
wot k in the next legislature for a bouse in order for the reception °r T. D. I inton’s residence near his Mae Coppernoil; 40 acres iu sec 15,
to a close late this atterUuJ
ton and Everette P Lewis ; 68.86 acres does not state facts sufficient to com
chair of pedagogy at the state uni-
bopyard across the river, a couple of tp 18. s r 4 w. 8559.
three-days asasions have bten tH^
stitute cause of action.
Joseph and Barbara Sternbersg aud
hundred yards from tbe big bridge,
versity. The Telegram says:
interest to all the teachers in
H. F. Bucknum and family were in and stole a sum of money, between Isaac aud Bertha Senders to Kate »1000.
“Senator Wright baa three things
ford ; to recover money. L M Travis auce and not a few town»
be wishes to see accomplished by the
87 and 815, the exact amount not White ; lot 1. blk 42, Junction City. |
been present to listen to th. . t*’1
lots 3 and 4, blk 9, extended survey for plaintiff.
•ai™.., c«uM, »XJ**«
next legislature. First, he wishes
Clive Taylor and wife reutined being known. When Mr. Linton re 8250.
to see a board of control, to be ap from a trip up the McKenzie river turned to tbe house on an errand he
O P Withey to W H Ostrander; 80 of Springfield. 8850.
tendent Dillard is to be coug^
Charles C and Mary E Whitcomb Clara Belle Smith; suit to foreclose
pointed by the governor, established, this week They had been gone for discovered traces of a burglary and acres in sec 3, 4tp 20, s r4 w. 8600.
upon seeming such br.ght
to have coutrol over all the state ed about, a month. It will be remember soonmissed tbe money, which was ] Ivan McQueen to Wm H Ostrander; to G S Allen ; 40 acres in sec 27, tp
He thinks ed that Mr. Taylor bad his leg broken lying iu a table drawer. It consisted ' lot 4, blk 2, McQueen’s ad to Cottage 16, s r 2 e. 8400.
Hartranft, Professor II <•
that this board should consist of busi in June and when be left on his tiip largely* of small change, such as Grove. 8150.
Ross Dr. H. D. Sheldon, ’ Cong^
ness men, to have only their expenses he was just able to get about on dimes, nickels and quarters.
Walter F and Effa F Bat ger to Grant Hendricks; certain land in sec Co., of Garfield, Wash, vs
L elect W. 0. Hawley and others
paid. He holds that this would re crutches, but a few days before he
The officers were at once notified Helen M Weinbart; lot 6, blk 6,
This morning’s session be«»
U 8 to Jesse W Rust; 90.59 acres in M 'Iravis, attorney for plaintiff.
sult in saving and proficiency. His returned he walked two miles, killled and Constable Plank made an investi Campbell's 1st ad to Eugene. 8125.
an address by Miss Marvin on
second plan is to have a chair of ped a deer and packed it to camp.
U S to Fred W Eisenschmidt; 160 sec 18, tp 16, s r 7 w. Patent.
, gation ot the case. Four hoboes,
to Care for School Libraries ■< ”
agogy established in the State Univer
The Cbristirn Science Church is go 1 who had been selling coat hangers
and practical iuformw*
aity to take the place of all the nor ing up quite fast. Mac Burns is do about town and who were camped
Wm Platt, executor estate o* Noah
Professor H,rt, .
mal schools. Hie third plan is that ing t ie work, with the assistance of neai the Linton house, were searched riles, deceased, to J Waltei Smith ; to Eugene. 810.
followed with “Primary Readr'J
a bill ought to lie passed, taxing all Air. Hoefiin and son.
Audrey Roberts to H A Rust; 160
but none of the missing coin was 51.30 acres in sec 33, tp 17, s r 2 w.
aud Professor Sampson with “i,,
lodge and church property not used
M B and Frank Schlegal to D H acres in sec 10, tp 16, s r 7 w. »loot*. baugh, attorney.
Mrs. Flynn, of Wendling, spent found in their possession. When ac-
mar.” Professor Sampson then^i1"
directiy for lienevoleut purposes.’’
T J and Mary E Moxley to M
costed by the consable they acted in Hemenway; certain land in sec 34,
Sunday with Mr». Hallin.
his address, “Traces j .
Evans; 40 acres in sec 33, tp 17, s r 1 recover money. Jesse G Wells, at
Mi. Sidwell finished picking hi»' a very suspicious manner, but as no tp 21, s r 3 w. #1400.
was pronounced Me.
Ansel and Melinda E Hemenway to w. 8200.
hope yesterday, losing much less by ■ evidence against them could ba
T C Bradley and H J Reynolds, as cellent and one of the best Mdral
B A and Mary A Washburne to J E
J R SeU*ls; lot 3, blk 6, Shelton's ad
mold tbau was feared.
Fox; lots 9 and 10, blk 76, Wash partners, vs. C W Robinson; to re of the institute.
to Eugene. 8100.
This afternoon Miss Marvin jpoU
Sidewalks are beginning to appear '
burne's sub-division of tbe Srping- cover money. Kissinger A Hooker,
U 8 to Reinghuld Papenfus; 160
on “How to Use School Library
ill all parts of town. The people are I
field I A P Co s au to Springfield attorneys for plaintiff.
acres in sec 14, tp 19, s r 2 w. Pat-
Dr. Sheldon on “Nature Studj/’^L
Howard Casteel, aged 16 years, responding to the calls of tbe council
Professor M. H. Arnold on “School
died at the residence of his parents, quite readily.
R D and Sarah W Muser to Drew
Frank C Taylor and Ethel E Poe: Hygeine.” Mr. Hawley’s »dd.2
Mr. and Mrs. Al. F. Casteel, 92 North
to Ella J Neelly ; 80 acres in sec 14, B E Hutchins, witness.
J. I). Wigle is getting his house
Seveute nth street, Portland, at 11 well along, having the floors iu and
tp 16, s r 2 w. 81600.
i 4 e. 81.
George Hill aud Faruces E Wooley!
o clock Wedeiisday night, of meningi all enclosed.
D R Wood to J M Martin; 14x136
| Wells Gilbert to R D Musser;
Roy R Knox, witness.
tis. The lad was for more than a
’’eet in Skinner's donation to Lu
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Johnnie A Henderson and Mary
year employed as bell boy at the
taken off in the edger, is at the hos 8 D and Anna E Reed to K H Reed
H C Bjerke, witness.
Belvedere hotel and was a
J M and Ida M Witbrow to Charles
pital in Eugene. His wounds are I et al certain lands in secs 2 and 3 tp sec 32, tp 16, s r 4 e. Patent.
Wm J Platts and Bertha A A Shum
with his empoyers as well as his fel-
K D and C R Musser to Drew Tim Zobm 8 ;7 acres in tp 19, s 1 r w. way ; Lydia’Shumway, witness.
low employes. He was exceptionally not doing as well as they should. . 19 and sec 4 tp 18 s r 3 w. 81.
Co; 165.20 acres in sec 9, tp 16, •3000.
Charles E Sims and Miss Anna E
bright and won his way into the
Edward P and Nellie M Wells to
r s 2 e. 81.
acres in sec 3 tpl 9 s r 3 w. 81.
Frost; A Gutka, witness.
Joseph Schlee, at one time » ten.
hearts of all the guests who stopped
I R H Reed et al to Emma F Jordan
The P J Cronin Co to W F Wheeler; Geo K Wentworth ; 320 actes in sec
J E Blackmore and Anna L Wheel dent of Cottage Grove, where he m
at the hotel. Traveling men who
80.46 acres in sec 3 tp 19 s r 3 w. 81. 80 acred in sec 24, tp 20, s r 4 w. 24, tp 23, s r 3 w. 86000.
er, F V Wheeler, witness.
engaged in merchandising, wm dot
Came regularly to the Belvedere were
Louis E aud Blanch M Flegal
D G McFarland to M L Henderson ; #500.
Wesley Whittaker and Nettie E and instantly killed near Bremerton,
especially fond of him and he was
John B and Daisy ¿Patterson to Ezra S Collins; 5.31 acres in tp 17, s Knowles ; George D Fisk, witness.
lots 7 and 8, bkl 2, D G McFarland’s
Wash., last week. Schlee wU fond
oue of the fiist they enquired for
Patterson; 4x90 feet in Skin r 3 w. 8300.
Alfred S Wright aDd T Irene Kee of deer hunting and on the d»y
whm they arrived.
Charles aud Loisa Zobm to J M
Frederick and E J Deffelnbacher to ner's original plat of Eugene. #10.
tragedy was on a still hunt for deer
ney ; C C Wright, witness.
Howard was sick five days and de-
Withrow ; certain land in Springfield.
accompanied by a young man. Con
apite the care ami attention given
Coburg; 50x75 reet iu Coleman’s 2d E C Croner; 40 acres in sec 16, tp 20, 251»I
ing upon a thick copse of brush th»
Hobbs; J D Braly, witness.
him by physicians and friends he was
Mira Sweeney to Bank of Cottage
s r 3 w. 8250.
ad to Coburg. 81.
hunters separated, one going on oat
unable t<. recover from the malady
Mary aud Joseph C EnMey to N W Grove; 160 a?res in sec 18, tp 20, s r field, Chester H Starr, witne.-s;
Willis P and Eva R Morse to Thom
side and the other circling the oppo.
that overtook him. His remains will
13 acres in tp 17, s r 4 w. 3 w. 81.
site way. Scales had sat on a log.
be shipped to Junction City, Oregon,
(From Thursday’s Guard.)
Mattie Al Platt to Grant Hendricks;
the old family home of the Casteels,
N. L. Fitzhenry, a young capitalist in Whitney’s ad to Eugene. 8800.
Orvel O’Brien, Leaburg; Fred L His dog was at his feet and rnad»
Alaikus an Mary Peterson to Geo
Moody A Ne“t to James F Nale; lot
for burial.—Portland Journal.
of Chicago, lias just purchased Ma
Brown, Coburg; John Mathers, Co some no ¡8e. The young man, hey.
blk 8, extended survey of Spring 882.50.
jor L. D. Forrest's place ot 1199 acres
burg ; Geo Petty, Star; J H Spohr, ing this and seeing a form among th»
on the south bank of the McKenzie tp 23, s i 3 w. 82000.
Star; L W Hunt, Wildwood; C C moving bushes, thought it *u »
J F and Ellen J Lester to F A and E Yolder; 10 acres in sec2 5, tp 17, s
river, directly opposite Leaburg, and
Cobine, Wendling; Ed Lajoie, Walk daer. He fired. The bullet struck
about 20 miles lrom Eugene. The A. Pepiot 40 acres in sec 36 tp 16 s r D Welch; lots, blk 10, Springfield.
; Frank E Lajoie, Walker; Vern bis friend in the right side and cia»
J A and Carrie F Fountain; half
consideration is not given out for 1 j 8 w. 8600.
Goshen ; Basil Parker, out at the left, just below the heart,
State of Oregon to A. L. Woodard ;
Three hundred aud | Fay D and George Peetler to Peter
H Parker, I’oxter; Geo Death followed instantly. Mrs. Wal
F B Dunn Land Co to Willamette
twenty acres of the place consist of and Amelia DeVos west half of lot 1 280 acres in tp 17, a r 9 w. 8350.
Creek; Elden Warner, ter Baker, daughter, was summoned
(From Thursday’s Guard.)
and west half of fiactional lot 4, frac-
D R and R E Harris to A L Wood
Fall Creek; Liles Fliut, Coyote; by wire to attend the fnneraL Th»
The hop yield in Marion county
ional blk 19, Mulligan's donation to ard ; .52 of an acre in tp 22, s r 3 w j tisoo.
H«nry M Stewart, Springfield; S 11 deceased was held in great respect
is very poor this year. .take ? 1 Iler’s is timber. The bottom land is excel- J Eugene. 82750.
Putnam, Thurston; W C Myers, when he lived here. He was a vet
ten acre yard, which produced 800
Rasmus and Anna M Andreasen to
H L Frank to Lillian L'Vin; 16*» sec 34 tp, 20, s r 2 w. Patent.
; B F Smith, Srpingtleld ; eran of the Grand Army of the Re
boxes last year, had but 217 boxes Forrest having a tine 20-acre yard A R Martin; 7 acres In Junction
acres in sec 16, tp 20, s r 6 w. 81.
H L Golay, Cottage Grove; Roy A public and had escaped the bulleti of
this year. Bushey last year, on 18
Charles M Miller et al to L C 8her 160 feet in Skinner's donation to Eu- Wheeler, Cottage Grove; Lew Drury, many an enemy, but was finally
acres, had 1690 boxes; this year he tends to set out 75 acres additional
8 R Williams, administratoi ot es- wood ; 49.16 acres in tp 18, s r 2 w.
struck by the missile of a carsleaa
has 7(10 boxes. Johnson had 11MMI next spring.
Alfred A and Laura L Baker to Ed Pleasant Hill; J O Pitney, Junction
tae of R B Mills, deceased, to 1 B 83000.
hunting companion.—Western On-
boxes on 16 acres in 1905, and but
Cushman; certain land in sect«, tp 19,
J J and Emma F Walton to Marie
Jas K Hedstrom, Eugene; J F Gates,
500 this year These are fair samples
1 sec 7, tp 18, s r 3 w. 81400.
sr 11 w. 81007.50
F Tivey; lot 3, blk 6, original plat ol
of the crop in that diitlict.
Wm K and Hester E Mollatile to Eugene.
C and Maty A Cole to M J Drury; Eugene. 8260.
Mould throughout that district is
Willamette Pulp and Paper Co. ; 80
37x186 feet in Cole’s plat of Marcola.
Nettie Johnson to Seward D Allen
very bad. The nights are foggy and
acres in sec 11, tp 16, 8 r 4w. 81
Lee locates Neversweat No 5
certain land iu secs 31 and 32, tp 16,
days warm, and this destroys thou
U S to John Elverum ; 160.92 acres mining claim, Blue River District.
Charles W and Lenora Brown to s r 4 e. 81000.
sands of boxes of hops daily.
J W Gibbs locates Jumpoff Joe Nos.
Seward D aud Gertrude S Allen to in sec 14. tp 2, s r 2 w. Patent.
Mrs. Blanch Dahlin today, through Mrs. A. J. Klepser; 80 acres in sec 30,
At Mt. Angel picking hat just com-
■ Eilers Piano House to Southern Pa- 1, 2, 3, and 4 mining claim, Blue
tp 16, s r 5 w. 81105.
uu need and so bad are condtiions
i cific Co; 40 acres in sec 16, tp 16, s r River district.
SAD and Sadie Puter to Edward
Mapleton, Sept, 20.—The borne of
that one 18 acre yard has been aban instituted suit in the circuit court G Jones; certain lands in tp 16, 8 r tain land in secs 31 and 32, tp 16, s r 1 w. 8600.
4 e. 81300.
and Mrs. A. P. Knowles, new
doned because of mould and red Hgainst her husband. John Dahlin i| and 10 w, and tp 19, s r 1 w. 81.
James E and Verna U Hamilton to kins and Sherman Clark locate “Ruby
Thomas A and Flora A King to
for divorce. She allegis cruel and
was the scene of »«if
in Constantine Morton, Charles H Chick
inhuman treatment, and if tne ai
Junction City. 8250.
mining claims, Bohemia district.
and Everette P Lewis; 160 acres in
legatious are true no court in tile sec 2, tp 16, s r 1 w. Patent.
September 19th, when their daugh
sec 17, tp 17, s r 4 e. 8321X).
land would hesitate a moment in
115 a-res in sec 32, tp 8, s r w. 8200. locate Monarch claim in Coast moun ter, Nettie, was united iD marrtag*
Frances;; 160 acres iu sec 2, tp 16,
“harles aud Mary Wiltse to Jesse
to Wesley J. Whittaker, who has for
Margaret J aud M G Aldrich to F tains.
P and Dianna Heddle; lots 1, 2, 3, 4.
years made his home at Ma
Thos Scott, Chas Sherbondy and 11
1 Al and Sarah C Francis to Wm. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 aud 10, blk 6, Gleuwood C Walters; 60 actes in sec 2, tp 5, s r
The marriage occurred at Meadow,
H Fisk locates Pacific claim in Coast
Lane county, September 30, 1900. F. Howell; 80 acres in sec 26, tp 17, Park. 8500.
At eight o’clock, to tue etiaiuiof
Edwin Hobson to the Monroe Mill mountains.
s r 5 w. 81000.
Kate aud L L White to Arzula H
Notice to Whom It May Concern: - Three children were born to them,
wedding march, played by Mia
John F and Mary J Walker to Kob Lee; lot 1, blk 42 Junction City.
exept cedar on certain tract of land
Whereas, The China pheasants have Inez, aged five years, and Edm-uid
Hazel Weatherson, of Florence, the
invaded my garden
patch near and Theodore, twins, aged nine
Fred C and Sadie D Walters to the Thomas H Meadow locates Trojan bride and groom, preceded ly tbeir
3, tp 20, s r 3 w. 81.
Fred Fisk, sheriff, to W. W. Brown
Springihld in vast nur here, and have months. Mrs. Dahlln alleges that
best man, Archie Knowles, brother
Mill Co ; 306.25 acres in sec- mining claim, Bohemia distreit.
lfiO acres in sec 18, tp 19 s r 4 w.
conspited to annihilate and devour on or about October 1, 1902, her hue
the bride, and bridesmaid. A- ■*
acres in sec 6, tp 18, a r 4 w. 8175.
Thomas. R. Parker, Frank Haley and
Sheriff’s deed on execution.
the crop which 1 have planted with band assaulted het witb a whip, at
Miriam Malone to F C Walters Harry H. Parker, locate Bird’s Nest Weatherson, took tbeir places 11
John E RgiaseU to Charles F Mitch
much labor, 1 hereby give notice to various times called her vile ami Ill-
the parlor, which was tastefully
146.25 carea in sec 21, tp 15, 8 r 7 w. claim, Bohemia district.
Booth Kelly Lumber Co; 160 acres in ell 440 acres in tp 17 s r 5 w. 81.
the game warden of the state of Ore decent. names and while she was in a
orated with maidenhair fern aDd li
C F Mitchell to S M Calkins 440
gon, aud to whomsoever else it may delicate condition, just tiefore the
ters, the Kev. Mr. Boud, of ET r-*nc*.
Geo T Hall ji. and Pearl C Hall to
J H aud Annie Hart to John Car acres in tp 17 s r 5 w. 81.
John Salee to Brown Lumber Co ; officiating at the short but impres
coueern, that if they do not remove twins were boru, he kicked her. She
Elva and R N Bennett to James
all the standing, growing saw timber, sive ceremony. Only relative« sod
said nuisance from my piemises it also says that when the twins were
« r 4 e. 83200.
to Cottage Grove.
Thorndike 16 acres iq sec 24 tp 17 a r
will tie necessary for me to protect three months old he whipped oue a
immediate friends of the familia*
J S and Mary C Mahon to Frank
Geo A and Mary L Houck to D O 5 w. 81.
the same with implements suitable them, causing a permanent injury.
Notarial commission of John W i were present.
r Williams, of Eugene, filed.
Lester E and Pearl Sabin to James
This is only a portion of a long re Houck; 400 acies in sec 13, tp 15, s r
for that purpose.
7 w. 82009.
6 w. 810.
Notarial commission of A H Kelso
ED DOM PI ER.
N G and Mary C Hvland to ¡Dral
Geo A aud Mary L Houck to Linn 5 w. »1.
appeared in the plaintiff's complaint.
and Eraest E Hyland ; 12 actes in sec
Susie C Purkerson et al to James
Mra. Dahlin asks for the custody
5, tp 16, s r 1 w. 81.
Thorndike 16 acres in sec 24 tp 17 s
of the childien, for one third inter 15 a r 6 w. 84200.
W J Canaday to Kola Nels Hop Co ;
r 5 w. 81.
est in real property valued at 81090,
Lola A AUingbam;
acres in 18.000 pounds of hops, delivered at
B F and Elizabeth Hendricks to
for 875 attorney fee and costs and Dickey lota 6 and 7 blk 3 Perkiua’ ad
Eugene, at 13 cents per pound.
I Delaney's ad to Coburg. #t.
Grant Hendricks certain land in see
Chicago, Sept. 20.-Congressman &
disbursements of the amt.
A C and Caroline B Dixon to W G
Wni hl and Maty Dickey to Verna 32 tp 17 s r 1 w. 89.25.
Hitt, of Illinois, died tbie
and J J Walker; lots 6 and 7, blk 3,
Geo Noland dedicates to public use
Goerge and Fanny Hendricks to Allen ; lot 5, blk 6, Shaw’s ad to Eu
mg of heart disease. follo»ial
certain streets and alleys in Elias
Perkins’ ad to Cottage Grove. 8200. Grant Hendricks certain land in sec
Coburg. Sept. 20.—G. O. Bassett,
week's illness, at Narragansett
J P and Kitty Milliorn to M M 8*«wart’a addition to Eugene.
Emily Ogdeir to Wm A Ogden; 80 32 tp 17 a r 1 w. 8189.
the superintendent of the mill here,
Mr. Hitt, who has been •
acres In sec 27. tp 19. s r 2 w. 8300.
la expected l>ack from Portland to Special Correspondence
t. H'aud Plata C Ingham to C S
nent memlier of the house for
tion City. 8200.
night. lie haa been having bis eyes
Frank; 26.8x114 feet in Mulligan’»
Fall Creek, Sept. 17. — Frank Shultz
years, had decided to retire
Robert A Fcx to L M Hall and C
acres iu sec 12 tp 17 s r 9 w. Patent. donation to Eugene. 85500.
treated by a a|>eicaliat.
got a good burn on his slashings, He
public life at the end • t hi« f’
Geo F Warner et ai to Thomas E
Harry ( oleman brought In another will seed the land to grass.
owing to the condition
Ann YYalden 217.72 acres iu see 12 tp Warner; 2.62 acre» in tp 18, g r 1 w
Thia makes three
Cecil Stewart, of Fall Creek 18 2 a r 3 w. 81.
for him in a week.
working on the big dam on the big
H C and Margaret J Veatcb and
Thomas E Warner to School Dis V Reed; certain land in Shaw’» ad
Mra. Stacey ia visiting her people ■teek.
(From Saturday s Guard.)
Mary E and J l> Cochran to K 8 trict No 83; 2.63 acres in tp 16, a r 1 to Eugeue. 89000.
at BrowueviUe thia week.
T. H. Fenton brought to the
GiWirge and C. E Wartier have their Bradley certain lands in Long A w. 81&.
At t'.irmoaiit. Septemle 151 **
r. h . Sackett has sold hia stock of latrile alxiut compieteti.
Guard office today a piece of an aero
lamdeaa ad to Cottage Grove. 81300.
F W Taylor adm. of »»tate of Ben J
B A and Mary A Washburn» to H
general merchandise to M. C. Bond,
J. N Randle and wife, • »co
Win and Maggie Johnston to K B H Buckholz; lota 10 and 11, Wash Kilgore deceased receives permission
Q«>. A. Drury and lx*a Jamagin, all
Clarone» L. Wmter, who for the Davidson 84 acres in sec 3 tp 16 a r borne’s ad to Springfield. 847X
to sell certain real estate.
of Coburg. Mr. Bond is at present i |>a»t 23 yeara has lieen one of Eu 6 w. 8300.
in Eugene, Sept. 22. l9*"’’
Mr»- M. C. Goode-
YY K and Lucy Scarbrough vg B S
station agent for the 8. P. people.
..... gene’* leading photographars, last
—J did not Gilstrap and wife, a deugb * ■
A C Woodcock to the O A C R R ton, Cha» H Chick and Everette P and Eliza C Kalsay ; to recover mon now it was stiU hot ”an'd
cool off for several 1 hours
Mr. Drury haa lawn with Mr. Sackett avelling completed a deal witb Mr*. Co. 7', acres in sec 32 tp 17 r a w X
The ten pounds.
Lewis: 157.65 acres in sec 15, tp 1,6 » ey. L M Tmvl» attorney for plaintiff. Piece is of a reddiabcolor
**** clerk since the opening of the Lulu Toilman and Mise Hate Mo- IGO.
.r and of
r 5 e. 83150.
buaineaa here under Sackett's _ name, Hardy, of Portland, for thè sale of
■ wy peculiar formation,
At Eut Fourteenth »o<i
Theodore Glaapey to J B Young 47
US to Jame» R Magness: 121.96 al motion to dismim . J M Pipe. ,tty aerolite »u seen
aud Mr. Jarnagin has owned aud
—1 run hi» gaìlery in thè Chambar» building scree iu sec St Ip 18 a r 1 w. 8660.
by Mr, Fenton streets, Eugene, September •
and Ch»». ,xeal
the City drug store for - three
thè ni -....
and the.v „ will
------ years. , — to —
A J and L M Zumwalt to EW Zum
Win T and Marguerite Campbell tc
Guy L au », Emil Meyer and Ham •
•y are all tried business men, and the business on October first.
wife, a daughter, wel2,,ll,•
walt 121.56 acres iu tp 17 s r 4 w, also Couatantine Morton, Cha» H Chick Goddard file ■ppaisment of estate ot pretty .f^Ucle M it .wept
AT THE STATE
FORMER JUNCTION BOY
DIED AT PORTLAND
NEWS FROM THE
COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE
FORMER LANE COUNTY
THE M KENZIE
CROP IS SHORT
STORY OF CRUELTY
TOLD BY MRS.DAHLIN
WARNS GAME WARDEN
TO ABATE NUISANCE
STORE CHANGES HANDS
Fall Creek Items
PIECE OF AN AEROLITE
FOUND NEAR JASPER