Arcata High School - Advance Yearbook (Arcata, CA)
- Class of 1912
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Text from Pages 1 - 108 of the 1912 volume:
THI ARC ATA UNION
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M y 1912
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flizm 31 1912
Invoeatmon Rex C P Hessel
1l'l'wU'l1TI1LI11l1 Duet I x 1 Unmr Xhsx Wanda X Lhnlu r
The Fly as a Menace to Health James Baldwm
Claw Irophecx James Anderson r
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LESLIE CRAGEN JAMES ANDERSON
GWENDOLEN QAYNOR ALICE MYERS
DULCIE GREENWOOD JOHN MCKENZIE
.TAKES BALDWIN MARGARET GRAHAM
MILDRED GRAHAM SUTRO FROST
ELMER McKENZIE SARAH GRAHAM
WILL CARROL MAE DENNY
MARY FOSTER ERNEST STOCK
There was ln the cxty of Arcata an educatronal orchard whlch boasted
of one exceptlonally large apple tree In the year 1908 on the strongest
branch thlrty SIX tmy green apples proudly hftul tlltll' he ids from the mass of
leaves and drank ln the beautxful sunhght Cn three other branches were
many larger and superlor looking apples whlch chd not delgn to notlce thelr
small companions thmkmg them of httle consequence However the tmv
fruxt drew ln sap from the mother tree and throxe heartlly The gardener
to whom the orchard belonged took p'1rt1cul1r prmde ln tllli apple tree Never
d1d he allow a day to pass wlthout the most careful mspeetxon of the frult
XVhat was hxs sorrow to find 'tt the end of the first stage of therr develop
ment Cfor he dmvxded thexr growth mto four successlve perxodsj that he
had lost elght of the or1g1nal number Some he had dxscow ered lymg on the
ground beneath the tree and upon exammatlon had found they had lacked
1 firm l-Olll'lCl'1ll0l1 and had not been able to endure the angry gusts which
unsound at the core or dwarfed he pxcked and cast asxde as unfit for further
In the second per1od there was qulte a change 1n the appearance of the
fruit On looklng at the apples one could not help but notlce the air of lmport
ance w1th whlch they held themselves But Prlde goeth before a fall and the
vamest havmg too great a flCS1I'C to see the world bobbed about broke the
stem and fell to the ground Others matured too qLl1Cl ly and fell prey to
the numerous blrds whlch flew about the orchard Thus durmg thfs stave
fue strayed forex er from the prot ctmg care of the mother tree
Then there came a tfme when the remammg fflllf was ammated w1th '1
dc-s1re to do the rlght thmg Thls w as m the thlrd perlod when the apples
were large and thelr faces were tmged w1th a rosv hue Two were shal en
from the branch through no fault of the1r own Une was taken by the gar
dener and tended carefully ln order that xt mlght rrpen w1th 1ts fellows
The fourth perlod suffered no loss of frult and when harvest tlme came
the gardener pxcked the twenty one beautxful apples pohshed them and
shxppul them mto the world
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'XX e the members of the Senlor class of 1912 of the A U H S whose
mmds almost w1thout exceptlon have been declared sound by the best veter
mary surgeon rn the county of Ilumboldt State of Callforma Unlted States
of Amerlca with all due respect to the Supreme Law of the Land and with
an ardent desxre to assust the rxsmq generatlons as we have been assrsted by
our most honorable and beloved predecessors do declare thls our last w1ll
1 To our 1mmed1ate successors the Tumor class of 1913, we bequeath
all our notebooks, ponres and mapbooks requesting that thev ln turn hand
them down to the next generauon To them we leave the responslbllxty and
Cfuardlanshlp of th1s school In then' hands also we leave our football glory
wh1ch sm from our ranks have so closely guarded for three successxve years
Lnto them we render the keys of our classroom fone provlslon l1m Ander
son s desk wrll have to be cut down to normal SIZE, In concluslon we ex
tend to them our best and most sxncere wrshes for thelr future happmess
2 To the Sophomore class we do hereby wlll and bequeath all our fortl
tude lnqenulty and self confidence wxth the provlslon that there must be
no sw ell heads and posxtxv ely no fhrtatlon The following blt of advice
w hlch we hereby bequeath to our under class members we hope w1ll be of ser
XICC to them ln years to come
The allurements temptatxons and follles of thls age are many and varlous
It rs the one t1me of your whole hfe that these absurdmes bear hardest upon
your young and undeveloped mmd The call of dutv at thls age seems less
urgent but dear clnldren be qurck to respond to It and rn the end you wlll
hnd happmcss m the thought that vou have accomphshed somethmg'
3 To the class of 1015 that bashful ever smdmg bunch of Freshmen
we do hereby w1ll all our dlqnrtv perseverance and endurance To thee we
leave the sad memorles of our past of sleepless mghts of foohsh revelrres
of sad or joyful tCI'1Tl1I1Z1tlOI19 of each successlve quarter of each SUCCCSSIVC
year Vtfe leave 1mpressed upon your memory our past hlstory and we sm
cerely hope that you wlll proflt by our example and help your successors to
follow rn the pathway of rlghteousness and honor during thelr stay ln thls
glorxous A U H S
X1 e do hereby appo1nt wlthout bonds Mmss Chxdester our beloved class
teather executrzac of tlus our last vvlll and testament
ln XX1tI1CSS whereof we have hereunto subscrlbed our name on thxs 31st
day of May 1n the year of our Lord one thousand nme hundred and twelve
CLASS OF 1012
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As to 1tQ depths I dropped a ruby rmg
The 11 ater hubbled the earth trembled and Qhook
Lllxe haunted CaQtleQ ln a fa1rx hook
W hen from the depthe a l1ttle ffod appeared
All red from top to toe eaceept h1s beard
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IIor he uae an old genn xou Qee
Vkho tells to ue the future tears from now
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Io hear fro1n xou the future 1f I can
There 11 as '1 Sdence deep lt Qeemed a ban
To Qpeeeh 29 o er ten 1 care he seemed to scan
DCCICIIIIQ' then to tell me all and more
He began to speak ae 1f 111 fa1r1 lore
Gu endolen Czax nor ten xeare hence I See
A renou ned uoman Quffraglet IS she
W ho IQ lxnoun far and w1de 0 er all the world
RQ rlghts from men to women she hai hurled
Qutro I rost IS a xetermarv Qurgeon now
'Xnd can ex en cure a s1ek cat or a cow
Xnd Ilxa Uuear 1n the I3axQ1de town remdes
XI IIII her eat her parrot and her tea bemdes
In marmage many men haxe Qought her hand
Hut she 19 tempted ln nelther money nor land
Leehe Cragen 19 Judge of a Court qupreme
X place of ulneh he alwaxe ueed to dream
Xnd dear Nlae Dennx an xetreQs all her l1fe
Renounung fame I9 now a fireman Q xufe
Ahee Nfyers 19 journumg through Trance
And 11 you w1ll gne tl1e papers but a glance
lountew xou ulll Qee rttaehed to l1er name
Ior Qhe 19 a 11 oman of great wealth and fame
Ienn1e Matthexw a CllllCt l1ttle laes
IIe'1cheS the lI1gh School I ngheh Class
Of loxe to har rnexcr XVQYTXIIIQ' theme
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Vlmer Nlelxenne Professor IH Latm and Greek
Ilae noxx the posmon he d1d aluax Q Qeelt
Xnd ae prt IKICIII of the great Xrtat1 C ollege
I5 llllpdftllln' to the ulde xxlde world lu knowledge
qarah IS lead1ng a qu1et countrv hte
IJexo1d of the C1t1 Q IIOISN hum and str1fe
Xnd 1n the earlx morn IS often Qeen
'Iourmg tl1e countrx 111 l1er large maehme
'XI1ldred Graham teaCheQ IH fore1gn la1adQ
Xnd 1f one a Chmeqe paper Qcans
IIhe good he ll Qee that she alone hae done
'Xnud the heathen under tl1e tropleal Qun
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And there among the crowd hrs llfe unravels
And dear Hay Seely now a com ent nun
Has gn en up worldly pleasures one by one
Ernest qtock dxrects a Boston band
Renou ned far and Wide o er all the land
And Marv Foster an artlst of great renown
Has won ln Furope for herself a crown
how Iames Paldwm the athletxc kmg
Is gomg the tenth round lI'l the I lue I '1ke rmg
And gathered round hun 19 a nomsy crowd
YK ho xxaxe thelr banners and shout h1s pralses loud
Margaret Graham world s champzon 1n tenms
Is journeunv' across the sea to X en1ce
Where she mll play her last and hardest game
VVh1ch w1ll Wm for her great honor and great fame
Of Dulcxe Greenwood all that I can say
ls that shc tcachcs Iann nelr Xaplu I1a1
Mxnme m clreles of the Iiastern Star
Is promment IU Qtates hoth great 'md far
Wlll Carroll m Alberta rmsmg wheat
Furmshes all Arc'nt'1 xuth flour to eat
At thls professlon he has made h1s fortune
For farmmq alxx ay s seemed to be h1s port1on
james Anderson great orator of the day
Holds multltudes of people neath h1s sway
Of eloquence as he tallts of woman suffrage
The 'wltated questlon of the age
There was a silence And you Vera wlll be
I xx ould hue Q11 en worlds the future to see
There was a spout of uatcr a flash of lxght
The llttle god sank 'md rhsappeared from sxght
And there was left lmehlnd onlv a bubble
And I was sax ed a hte of fear and trouble
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Wxth the enlargement of the school bulldmg and mcrease of the Faculty
a marked advancement has been evxdent an school lxfe The large enrollment
of students has gn en much more snap and vxm to thlngs Also by the mtro
duction of the Commerc1al Course the A U H S has been able to offer a very
good lnducement to graduates of the grammar school who deslred to contmue
thelr work merely along xocatlonal llnes
Thxs 1ncrease ln the number of students has caused an overcrowdmg of
the grounds surroundxng the bulldmfr Iherefore an lmportant addxtlon
whlch would stlll further our dex elopment ns the purchase of the land lmme
d1ately 3.CljO1I'lll'lg' the school and grounds proper It mlght be well to obtaln
thls land wh1le the opportumty 19 ax axlable mstead of waiting untll the prlce
of propertv IS much hlgher than at present 'Nlost pubhc schools occupy at
least a block 'md many recent bll1lfl1I'lg'S '1re erected on from ten to twentv
acres One can read11y see that a half block IS much too small for a large
To m'1ny people the schoolyard IS of 'rs great xmportance as the bulldmg
xtself It 19 an 'lflfTl1ttCCl fact that ln order to haxe a strong mental capaclty
a strong bodllx ugor IS necessary that the body should nex er be neglected
whlle the mmd IS bemg dex eloped Var1ous forms of athletrcs m a school
take the place of gymnasium work lf mstructxon 1n that speclal course 19 not
glven ln fact ln many of the un1vers1t1es such work is glven credxt smce
xt IS COI'lQlClCI'CCl an equlvalent for gvmnastlcs For that reason outdoor sports
should be encouraged but how encourage them when such a llmlted space
IQ at the Cl1SpOS3l of the students? Furthermore they mcrease school sp1r1t
draw the students closer together gwe them a common mterest and arouse
enthuslasm as no requlred amount of study1ng could p0SSlbly do
But laymg aslde the ql1CStlOl'l of athletxcs the fact remains that we need
more room and need lt badly Qtudents do not luke to be hedged m and had
we more space It would not be necessary to lltll17C the smdewalks 'md streets
It has been the custom of the A U H '5 smce It was founded m 1897
to edlt a Commencement number of the Adx ance
Each Vear the staff selected has profited bv the experlence of the one pre
cedmg and smce there are manv obstacles to be encountered m puttmg out
a good paper the cr1t1c1sms recexx ed from other schools as well as from mdx
vxduals at home are always apprecnted
A paper to a certam extent reflects somewhat the tone and character of
the school and lS therefore a splendld opportunity for the students to put
forth thelr best materlal 'Ind work wlth a common mterest toward malntam
mg a hmgh standard
Th1S year the class of 12 has endeaxored to publlsh a paper whlch we
hope wxll do Justxce to the school and gwe satlsfactxon to our patrons and
those mterested ln the A U H S
XVe wxsh to thank the entxre student body for aldmg us to get out thrs
ed1t1on as lt would haxe been an xmpossrble task wlthout the help of the
To the ads ertnsers whose hberalltw has enabled us to edlt th1s book we
extend our thanks smcerelv hopmg they wrll be pleased wxth our efforts
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Uhr Qlaai Game
It was one month before the great baseball game between Burnell and
Prescott Ev ery one at both unrversrtres was astrr wrth excrtement
In the precedrng game, the year before rm Bradford had prtched for
Burnell The Student Body wrth the exceptron of a very few felt confident
that rf Francrs XV1lson had prtched the game rt would not have been lost
But rt seemed as rf Burnell had been doomed to defeat for VVrlson therr star
player had farled to pass the eaamrnatrons Although Bradford had been
very poor he had managed to make a hrgher grade than VVrlson by some con
trrvance of whrch no one but the latter knew He had therefore won the
honor of prtchrng
Thrs year lV1lson was determrned to prtch even rf hrs only resort were
to betray Bradford
On the dreaded day for the examrnatrons the junrors assembled rn therr
large class room and the questrons were grven out After glancrng at them
Wrlson realrzed that he knew enouffh about them to pass but drd not know
whether he could beat Bradford or not Bradford on the contrary knew only
five out of the ten questrons but tlus drd not seem to worrv hrm much as
the only srgn of nerx ousness whrch he showed was the constant consultatron
of hrs watch Thrs one srgn was enough to warn XV1lson that rt was trme to
act and so he began to open hrs trmeprece closrng rt each trme wrth a loud
clrck It drd not take long for the professor to locate the norse and to realrze
that rt was drsturbrng the class He walked qurckly down to the boys desks
and took therr watches from them lkrlson notrced that Bradfords hand
trembled the slrghtest brt as the watch was taken from rt but the professor
drd not or he mrght hue suspected the cause
The day after the ewcamrnmtrons the professor returned the watches, but
on handrng Bradford hrs he accrdentally touched the sprrng The case flew
open and a folded paper fluttered to the floor Bradford stooped qurckly and
prcked rt up but wrth a polrte I beg your pardon the professor took rt from
hrm He qurcklv unfolded rt 'md to hrs ama7ement found a pony upon
whrch Bradford had rntended to rrde through the ermmrnatrons Growing
susprcrous he opened Wrlson s watch but found nothrng wrthrn but the pro
xokrng expressron Stung agarn
You bovs report to my ofnce at seven thrs ewenrng he Sald turning
and walkrng out of the room
At seven that ex enrng two serrous faced boys entered the offrce
XVell boys take clnrrs You undoubtedly know why I have summoned
you here XX hat w as the meanrng of that affarr w hrch took place rn the junior
room today P
By thrs trme Bradfords hat was twrrlrng raprdly between hrs hands
Xh71l9OI'l w 'rs qurte exerted also for he realwed that after thls rntervrew was
oyer he would know who was to prtclr the game
Boys rf there rs 'my thrng I drslrke rt rs drshonesty contrnued the pro
fessor '1 person who rs drshonest wrll stoop to almost any thrng You, Brad
f rd hue trred to decerye me today Do you know the penalty? '
YN e el n o o not exactly responded the gurlty one
Very w ell here rt rs You wrll be grven a xacatron for an mdeflnrte
length of trme and besrdes you lose the honor of prtchrng the game XX rlson,
I do not entrrely approxe of your actron lxevertheless you have succeeded
rn garnmg vour posrtron on the team Y ou may go
The two boys left the offrce one drsffraced and ashamed the other happy
rn the thought that he had garned justrce at last
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The dax for the big game came at last The gates were thrown open at
19 '30 From that tlme on until 2 '10 the dlfferent xx1lks to the grounds were
filled xxrth a moxmq croxxd l'he bleachers presented a mass of gold on one
sxde 1 sheet of C'1I'fllI1'll on the other
There xx 1s 1 contmu1l CXCl1'lT1QC of x ells ind soncfs but on the appearance
of the pl1x ers 1ll xxrth one accord rose to thelr feet m 1 xxlld outburst of en
fl1l1Q1'lQl'I1 Xnnd this ro1r the umplre s xx ell l1noxxn crv Play Ball arose
I'1x e mmutes xx ere t1lcen for the Prescott pltcher to xxarm up xxhlle the
Burnell pltchcr xx as no less 1dle on the sxde l1nes
Batter up' xx 1s the next summons from the umplre and the first Pres
cott man xx ent to the h1t 1m1d the tumult of those xx ho xvtsl ed to rattle the
l urnell s prtcher XX llNOl1 cslught the s1cfn1l from the c1tcher and then
o llcxx the h1ll h e 1 xxlnte st111l mto the 11tcher s untt One str1l e c1lled
the umpire and the l urncll rooters cheered enthusmstxcally Txxo more strll es
xxcle dehxcrcd 1nd the h1tter xx 1s out
The next man gamcd first but xxas doubled out when the third man up
hlt to shortstop
lt xx 1s noxx the home team s turn at the hat T1I'St man up xx as fanned out
Oflxms lhcscott 1 chance to chccr xxlldlx hut the sound soon dled 1s Vtfllson
I't'1Ll1Ctl hrst on 1 hit lhe ucxt min droxe a lone' fiy to I'lQll'E held w xc
xx1s Qslthercd ln hx thc fitldcr xVll90I1 tal mg second on the throxv ln
gloss the fourth m1n up made 1 hlt 'lClX'IT'lClI1Q' XX rlson to thrrd 1nd landmg
safclx on first Qoon 1fter XX xlson scorc d on a half hall but 'lmltl exc1tement
gloss xx1s C'1llQl'lt ste1lmg second and the first mmng ended xvlth the score
1 0 1n faxor of Burnell
11111111 s the score changed but once QIXINU' liurnell two
At the first of the flfth 111111119 Fl urncl Prcscott s st1r pl1yer brought m
three runs xxxth 1 threc btse hu lhe l tescott rooters h1d succeeded in rat
tlmh lx 1lN0I1 shghtlx tud thc l'll1CI'l0'H1I1Q' control ofthe h1ll h1d xx all ed three
men In the l1st h1lf of the 911110 mnmef lrurnell tred the score xxhen a man
ttlhcd from tlurd on 1 hunt by the x1s1tm, te ni s catcher
Txxo more mnmgfs passed NXll.l'lOl1t 1 score The pl1vers displayed the
best team xxorl1 that h1d been shoxxn for IIVUIX NCTTQ Nlany trmes the rooters
xx "t1tCx'l 111 suspense for the outcome of the pl1x but each time mt xxas dxsap
pomtment for the one college d1l1,,ht for the other
VK 1th the openmg of the nmth mnmg ld 1lson dropped thc batters in one
txxo three order
It vxas Burnell s turn at the bat for the last t1me 1f thev xvere to score
VV1th txxo outs and no men on the bases XX1lSOI1 xx ent to the bat Txxo balls
flew past but the thlrd one he met squarelx on the h1t 1nd It went S31l1I'lQ'
far out 1nto the field Cff dashed VX 1lson Q'11Il1l1f"' second 1s he s1xx the left
fielder muff the h1ll It seemed to the spectators 1s 1f he flexx around the
d11mond he xxent so QIIICI lx As he left tlnrd b1se the h1ll xx ent xxh1771nQ mto
the second ll2lQCI11'1Il s hands XX rlson re1h7ed th1t he must stram ex ery nerxe
to score but xx1th 1 long graceful shde he l'1lldCdOl1 the home plate a fexx sec
onds before the hall reached the catcher s mltt Qafe shouted the umplre
and the g1me xx as xxon
The Burnell rooters dashed out to serpentine the field x'xh1le the College
Hy mn rose from the defeated school Quddenlv there xx as a hush as the
rooters came up to XX rlson ln the excitement of the moment before no one
had not1ced th1t he had been Injured Ile xx as lN1I'l0' motlonless on the ffround
and on examlnatxon they found that he had broken h1s right arm lt xx as h1s
last game EFFIE ACORN 14
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Ewervthrng xxas strll about the raxrrre even the chrrprng of the crrckets
and the soft murmur of the xxrnd xx ere mrssrng The full moon filled the sur
roundrng country vxrth a srlx ery lrght and threw strange shadoxxs among the
trees of the forest Deep rn these shadows Gray XX olf crouched as motron
less as hrs surroundrngs He xxas xx artrng for the comrng of Qrlx er Trp he
great grrz7ly of the Badlands for hrs evenrng drrnk at a sprrng nearby
Q-rlwer Trp xxas the br gest and strongest bear of the range As long as
Gray XX olf could remember he had rergned supreme 'Nlonarch of all he sur
veyed The black bears 'rncl xwrld cats fled rn terror at hrs approach and
took to the hrghest trees of the forest Here because of hrs great werght
he could not folloxx them and they xx ere safe momentarrly 'rt least 1"or Srl
xer Trp s great shaggy head sheltered a cunnrng brarn 'md many a bear had
rn '1 moment of fancred securrtx descended from hrs perch to find hrmself rn
the clutches of hrs enemx lhe fame of the one xxho ohtarned thrs nrrreh
sought pelt would be secure and the story of the adventure would be recrted
by the medrcrne men of future generatrons Gray VVolf had fallen vrctrm
to thrs desrre for fame and noxx hrs ambrtron appeared about to be reahzed
He could hear the crashrng of brush and the rattlrng of grax el that her
alded the arrrxal of the old grrzzlv Nearer and nearer he came forcrng hrs
xxay through the brush and xrnes that had entangled themselxes across hrs
path Then suddenly Qrlver Trp stepped out upon the moonlrght prarrre
He snrffed the xxrnd cautrouslx rn all drrectrons but the lrttle bree7e there
alon the path toward the sprrng
Ox erjoyed at hrs good fortune Cray VVolf became too eager and rnstead
of xx'11trng for a sure shot fired at Srlx er Trp xxhrle he xvas strll an rndrstrnct
shadow A terrrfic crashrng of brush and shrubbery told of hrs farlure and of
the escape of the vxounded bear As norselessly 'rs he had xx 'rrted Cray VVolf
raprdly crossed the prarrre and drsappeared among the 9-ll'1ClOXXS rn the drrec
tron hrs quarrv had taken The speed of the grr77ly belred hrs axxkward ap
pearance and sex eral mrles of forest were cox ered before Cray 'Wolg caught
a fleetrng glrmpse of hrm as he drsappeared ox er a rrdge rn the drrectron of hrs
favorrte haunts on Prne Creek
Loss of blood and the excertron of breakrng through the almost rmpassa
ble thrckets xxere begrnnrng to tell on the great resources of the grrzzly and
he xxas trrrng fast But although hrs strength xxas ebbrng he drd not lose
hrs cunnrng and he xvas contrnually seelxm a safe hrdrn place xvhere he
could rest secure and recox er hrs poxx ers For qrlx er Trp had resolx ed to
leaxe thrs country xxhere there xxas nothrng but enemres He xvas gettrng
old and could not endure the hardshrps that he had deemed but chrld s play
rn hrs cub days
Thrs trme hoxvever the monarch found he xvas opposed to one whose
cunnrng matched hrs oxxn and xxhenexer he concealed hrmself hrs rnstrnct
told hrm that he xxas drscox ered and he made further attempts to put drstance
betxx een hrmself and hrs tenacrous adversary But he xvas steadrly growrng
xx eaker and felt that he could not contrnue very much farther Frnally he
drscox ered a ledge upon xvhrch he could hrde and around whrch the Indran
xxould be compelled to pass qrlx er Trp resolved to put an end to thrs un
knoxxn terror that xxas folloxxrng hrm so remorselessly Xvlth much trouble
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loncs doesnt like cats This is not strange there are many people who
do not like cats but jones has particular reason to actually hate them It all
happened this w ay
Une eyening Vllilham Archibald lones fToodles for shortj was playing
with Pete, his pet cat upon the Sltflflg room floor Ile was playing circus
and was solemnly leading Pete who was the ferocious Bengal tiger around
the room before his delighted audience namely his parents Vtlhen the tiger
had unwillingly been put through his last stunts and the show w as oy er Mrs
ones announced that it was time for little boys to be in bed and told Toodles
to take his cat out on the porch 'loodles took Pete outside and wishing to
leaye hun where he mwht easily be found in the morning tied lum to the
When the elder jones were about to retire for the night 'Vlrs lones said
to her husband llenry dont forget to put the pistol under your pillow
That burglar who has been in our nel hborhood lately robbed the Smiths
last night Oh dear it giy es me the creeps ey ery time I think of l11ITl XX hat
would we do if he came here?
Dol said lones Dol XX hat a foolish question' XX hat do you think
I bought that ffun for? XX hy l d iust switch on the light sticl this gun in
that burglar s face and then call up the police
VVhat would the burglar be doinof w h1le you w ere calling up the police?
said the practical Mrs lones Anyway he might shoot before you could
pomt your pistol at him
VVhatl shouted Tones Do you think Id let a measly house breaking
burglar get the drop on me? Mrs lones you dont know y our husband lust
because he s robbed a fey houses and scarcd some old y ellow streaked excuses
home lll show him and he w ay ed his frun in a threateninfr manner
Oh Henry how braye you are' brtathed Nlrs lones
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burvlar at arms lenffth with one hand and was scientifically punchinf him
y th the other when he w as rudely aw al ened by his wife
Henry what s that she whispered
Vtlhat s what f sleepily answered her better half
I heard something
VX ell what of it?
qome one shook the front door
Aw go to sleep
'Vlay be it s a burglar
Oh rot' said lones impatiently
Hut in a moment he was wide awale for some one was unmistakingly
rattling the front door
Gosh l what shall we do hoarsely whispered lones
Go and see what it is said his wife
Hut mavbe he s got a gun he objected
XVell hay en t y ou got one too?
Yes but I don t know how to work the blame thing It s a new fangled
Do you want me to sfo? asked his wife scornfully
Yes no wait a mmute mavbe he will go away
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got to do somethmg
Do xou xx1nt me shot? erled Jones or r1ther xxhxspered Do you
want to see me lxxlled just to s1xe a fexx doll1rs xxorth of old sxlx er 1nd jexx
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door lhen he stopped lf xt xx ere 1 frxend xxould he not haxe shouted at
them to trx 1nd xx 1lxe them up lIlQl6'1fl of Sll'1lx1llQ the door' Cdf course he
xxoulcl lt d1d not occur to lones th1t hurolxrs do not r1ttle doors and thus
xxake up people th1t thev lfllflllfl to rob
ones turned to flee but s1xx lns xxxfe Nt'lTlCllI'lQ' at the he1d of the stalrs
He xx ould r1ther be shot bv 1 l1lIl"0l'1l" th1n meet her XV1tllCI'lI'lg scorn
XX ho 1s there he shouted
'No one 'IIIKXX ered
lle unlotl ed the door 1nd opened It the le1st b1t Vx hat he saw nearly
made hun Loll1pse xxxtll mmgled rehef 1nd 1nqer The Cat was tled to the
lxnob xxuh 1 trlnq 1nd lt h1d been shakxng the door xx hlle trxmq to esc1pe
ours thought Flplfllx lle must not let lllg xvxfe lxnoxv thlg OIIIC
he llllllfxfl the 9lI'lll0'l'I'KlI1l the doorlxnob 1nd g1xe the c1t 1 C'1l1llOL1Q luck Then
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mt xx1s t 1SlxCfl Mrs ones xx 1en her husband Came lI1tO the house
A l7l1lQ'l'1I' but he got axx 1x curse ll1I'Il 1nswered ones
Mrs Iones suddenlx had 1n 1nsp1rat1on Henry'
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lx hx xxould 1 lJl1T'Nl'lI' h ll e the door 1nd xx 1ke us up?
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111 S'llfl ll xx1s 1 mug lr 1nr he must stlex to lt
11 lC rex lec Q lrc ess V lle must h1xe got '4C'lICfl 1nd In Qomq ou
ln a hurrx e1uqht lll5 trousers m the door He couldnt open mt from the out
slde xou lxnoxx
llus seemed to s1t1sfx Nlr Tones Qhe notlced th1t her husband had a
gm tx lorl ln lus ex es but she s11d not unq
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hrexllxst and he xxxs xxxxdlx deserxhxnq the burglar xxhen Toodles Came
doxx xx the stxxre and ran to the front door He opened xt and gaxe a cry of
XX hx xx hat IQ the matter ToodleQ7"' anxxouely aQlxed hxQ mother
l txtd Pete to the doorlxnolx l'tQt nxght and Qomebody xxent and turned
lxxnx loose Qxxd leodlm through hm teara
'Xlr Tones looked xt her lxuQlxand Ile looked at hxs xx ateh muttered
Somethxnq xhout hexnxr nearly txnxe for hxs tram and r1n out xxxthout ex en say
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untxl ex erx xxx tn xx oman 'xxxd ehxld that lxnexx Tones had heard 'xhout hxQ hux'
,qlar lor the next txxo xnonths he could not go 'xny where xxxthout hearxng
home one say Meow or Qeat
That xo xxlxx loxxea doeQn t lxlxe cats and that IQ also xx hy Toodles puts hxs
txgex through hxe Stunts xn the xx oodshed
Gln at Huxlet
XVee xxolet xnnoeent 'md Sxxeet
That groxxa contentedly 'xt our feet,
Fell us xxhx xoxx eo quxet stand
VVhexx your hlue cxea txxxxxlxle oer the land
Groxxxnff xlonq the ro ltlS1tlC near
Hxxe you ex er ltxxoxx n xx h xt xt xg to fear?
o your txxxx c tri hxten 'tn you nod
the roadsxdt oxx the xerdant ood?
o xou hear the xx earx mother Q tale
s txxec lxt xx 'txxdtxs through the ca eg
o you hutx the Qeexets of loxers free
Q thex rekt heneath the old oak tree
o xou keep theQe xxx xour txnx heart
XVhxeh you to no one xx xll xmpartp
'Iell us xxolet so hlxthe and Qax
The tales that xou haxe heard each day
You xxhoke hfe xi the beet of the xe'1r
XVhen all earth xxx Qplendor doth appear
Do xou knoxx aught of trouble and care?
IS Qorroxx to xou at feehng rare?
Yoxxr eheels are hluer than skxes above
But xx hat 'xhout xour heart, xour love?
Do you reyoxee xxxtlx the lox era gax P
Do you Qxxnpxthxfe xxxth the mothers gray
Axxsxx er thc-Qe queQtxonQ and I xxxll know
NVhy the dear tragraxxt xxoletQ qroxx
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An .dnnhvnt nf Jlnhmn war Eltmr
XX ithout darkness was fast falling No sound was to be heard except
now and then the dlstant lowing of cattle or the croakmg of noisy frogs The
last rays of the departing sun had left a dull red glow in the west which soon
faded Qmall stars began to twinkle in the black yault aboy e, and at last
darkness reigned oy er all
XX 1th1n an old lady sat nodding in a large arm chair beside a bright and
sparkhng fire which formed strange and grotesque shadows of chalrs and
tables At her feet sat a little g1rl of about tyy elye years of age
Tell me a story won t you grandma dear? asked she coaxmgly
The old lady awoke with a start Tell you a story P And what shall lt
be, my dear a fairy tale?
No no cried the httle girl her eyes shining brightly Tell me of
Indian yyar time
Let me see mused the grandmother what shall it be I-Ier eyes
grew dreamy and a tiny smile lurked in the corner of her mouth for she was
again yxeyymg the scenes of her early girl and womanhood
XX as any one killed? asked the httle girl
'No laughed the grandmother as she took the hint to proceed but
there yyas just a possibility of
Oh do tell me quick interrupted the l1ttle girl clapping her small hands
XX ell began the grandmother it was in the days when people rushed
to tifornla for gold ands of NIX age Indians roy Cf a wut ll anc oust
yyell knew the meaning of a heap of gray ashes and charred tlmbers
I yyas only tyyelye years old just your age dear yy hen the story which
I am about to tell you happened Ah hoyy well I remember it' 'Xfy father
and mother had gone to a town some thirtv or forty miles distant for pro
yisions and left me with our nearest neighbors the I-Iathyyays Mr and Mrs
Hathyyay with their httle daughter Alice had come to California but one
short year before Alice yy as my age and yye were great friends and to stay
with her sey eral days yyas to me the greatest of pleasures
The second day of my y1s1t Xhce suggested that yye go to a near by wood
to gather wild flowers so hand Ill hand yye started off XX'hat a beautiful day
lt was' The sun shone brlghtly and birds sang merrily oyerhead, while vio
lets blue and yelloyy yy1ld astors and gentians sprang from the green and
broyyn carpet at our feet XX 1ld yylth delight yye raced here and there noyv
chasing a squirrel and laughing gaily at his noisy chattering or again parting
branches to peer at a nest full of brrght eggs
In the midst of our fun yye were startled by the appearance of tall Indian
maid yyho lool ed to be of about nineteen years of age qhe yy ore a pictur
esque buekskin dress and around her neck yy ere sey eral strings of odd beads
yyhile tyyo heayy black braids hung oy er her shoulders XX e yvere about to
run yy hen she lald her hands on our heads and smiled at us reassuringly and
by signs and gutteral exclamations gave us to understand that she yvould not
X7Ve yvere soon running around as merrily as before the Ind1an maid
keeping close by us and showing us tiny birds nests and makmg us quaint
baskets from roots and leay es XX lnle picking some yiolets on the banks of
a httle stream which wound 1n and out through the forest like a sily er thread
Alice yy1th a cry of delight held before us a httle buckskm bag filled with
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odd grasses and mosses, and on which a queer emblem was embroidered in
beads. The Indian maiel gave one look, then with a shrill cry snatched it from
Alice's hand, and darteel into the forest as silently as she had appeared.
"Frightened by her strange act and dropping all flowers, we ran home and
told our tale to Mr. and lXlrs. Hathxxay and when we finished they looked very
Children said Xlr Hathaxxax, nex er go alone to the forest again f
there are hostile lndims TOXIIVT about anel their camps are there XX e knew
xxhat hostile meant and thorouqhlx triefhtened reaehlx piomrsed
Xfternoon passed and xxe had almost forgotten the scare xxe had re
eeix ed in the morning and xxere tbout to sit doxxn to supper xxhen Mr Ilath
xx ey pe inted te xx 1rd the trail leadinff to the forest his fxce xelx pale Coming
doxxn the ptth xxere ebout tlnrtx lndrtn xxarriors decleed in xx ar paints and
featrers Ili flee set in grim l1nes 'Xlr llathxx av quiclelx bolted door an
xxindoxxs toole doxx n his txxo mu7fle loading shotguns nlled them XX1th powder
and handed one to Xrrs llathx ax XX e xx1ll ell our hx es to those redskms as
dearlx as possible he muttered betxxeen clenched teeth
XX e eluldren tr o frightened to mox e, huddled tooether and xxatched in
horror the adx meme lnehans They xx ere noxx at the gate Any moment we
expected to he er th it horrible xx ar crv XX ithout a sound they advanced to
Those sax acres are going to burn us out said 'Xlr Uathxx av qtill th
xx as no sound except noxx and then a loxx 0'tltlCI"1l exclamation Xlice, h r
curiosrtx Letting the better ef her nd encouraged bx the silence slx lv peeped
ou of the xxmdoxx Ihen xxitl elad crv of relief she sprang to the eloor, and
be ore anx one eould interxene hae pushed biele the bolts ind xxas ontsule
e qniel y elloxxee expee ing to see her tomahaxxl ed or carried axxax but
x et xx ts our un tfement to s e her standing bx the tall Tnehan maid xxe lad
met in the forest xxhile an olel Indian, exidently the chief xxas pattmfr her
Xs soon as he saxx 'Xlr llathxxaj. he stepped forth and spoke in qut
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tall youth xxho stood beside the Indian maid XX e send him axx ax from tribe
1 ae find it X xx he foune it he can come bacle anel marrx mx daughter
Then orxinff a little bag similar to the one she had found in the forest
to Xhce, the clnet silentlx started doxxn the path folloxxed hx his daughter,
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xxear a small buelxslxm bag hlled xxlth mosses and grasses xxhleh protected
them from the ex1lsp1r1ts If a xx arrlor lost thls he xxas1mmed1atelvban1shed
as lt xxas supposed 1ll luck xx ould come to the lI'1lDC 1f th1s xx ere not done
The fire now burned loxx 'md onee more the dreamy look Came to the
grandmothers eyes The llttle ,qxrl xxas loolxmg mto the gloxxmg coals noxv
full of savage palnted warnors and shv Indxan ma1ds
ELAINE MCXANI 13
A 571111591 A111121 the illng
I stood on the rrdqe at ex Lll1ldC
And xxatehed the xxestern sky
The sun xxas p1ss1ng sloxxlx clown
And the fog xxas I'191IlQ' hw
I saxx reflected beams of lwht
laormm purple lsles of fire
That filled mx heart xx1th loxe
The heaxens then appeared 'ts brlght
As blasts m '1 Iurnaee xxlde
The earth enclothed m softer hght
Sem not the eommg trde
qtlll far 'txx wx ln the rmsty lrght
The fog came rolhnff on
The amber melted m the gloom
For the curtam grax xxas draxvn
It rolled on ne'1r and nearer
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To end that perfect dix
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The last golden gloyy of sunset faded on the mountains and the first
deyys of ey ening yy ere beginning to fall as an old yyhlte haired miner toiled
oyer the rocks up to l11s lonely cabin in tl1e hills
He yyas bent yy1th the weight of years and his snoyv white hair sur
rounded a face hned and yyrinkled by the bitterness and disappointment of
seventy yyinters His trembling hands grasped a knotted staff which had
aided l1lITl during many toilsome journeys from his cabin on the hill to the
n11ne in tl1e yalley below
Gaspmg for breath he sat doyvn for a moment on a httle ledge of pro
jecting rock Hoyv beautiful yyas the fading sunset' He yyondered vyhv he
had ney er before noticed it on his homeyyard journey He put his hand into
his pocket and drew forth a shining nugget How pale the sunset beside his
shining nugget' And it yyas l11s to look at as long as he yylshed yyhlle the
sunset faded and could not be brought out at any moment to be toyed with
caressed and loy ed Yes tl1e old n1n1er loy ed his gold It had been his one
companion during all tl1ese last sad years
He remained caressing l11s gold tl1e one small piece yy l11cl1 to him meant
years of toil until tl1e last gray heht faded tl1en stumbling to l11s feet he
sloyylv yyent up to l11s mountain cabin yyhich ayyaited l11m unht unwarmed
and unyyelcominv Hurry ing as fast as his feeble trembling hands would
permit l11m l1e prepared for himself a bite of supper tl1en clearing ayyay the
dishes l1e yy ent to tl1e farther end of tl1e large hare room lifted a board from
the Hoof and dreyy forth an old yy orn gray sack ll0'llflllQ' the lamp he sat
doyvn at tl1e table and poured upon it l11s fortune of nuggets flow pitably
few tl1ey yy ere tl1e bits of rocl yyl11ch to l11n1 represented his life' Gathering
tl1em up in his l'l'1l1Cl9 l1e let them slide through his fingers like a child until
far lIlf0 the night yyhen Death stole fron1 hte this loy er of gold alone and
not of Pod humanttv and loye
liut it l1ad not alyy ays been thus XX hen gold had first been discoy ered
tune for lllll'lQClf Tl1ere yy ere many days of searchinfr and digging before the
t small picce yyas distoytred and yyhtu it yyt found and taken to e
near bv store it purchased for llllli a feyy necessary articles of food a11d
The first diseoy ery a11d its reyyard encouraged l1m1 greatly to search for
this bright n1etal yyhieh meant yy ealth for him
X ears of yyeary toil yyere spent in tl1e httle n11ne and each Ulffllt added a
feyv pieces to the gray sack yy hich yy as fast becoming l11s dearest joy qoon
l1e yy as lynoyyn 'IITIONU' tl1e other miners as the richest n1an in tl1e httle town
Three years later l1e married a miners daughter a yery attractxye girl
and the first feyy years of tl1e1r married life yyere yery happy He spared no
expense not ey en l11s PYCCIOUQ nuggets to malye his home beautiful and to
giye his yyite ey ery thing
Xfter sey eral months l1e noticed one day that the httle gray sack yyas
nearly empty and tl1e thought came to him suddenly that all his gold yyas
f one Xnd yy l1y l'o mal e his yyife happy Put would she not hay e been just
as happy yy ithout itj Qhe had ney er lynoyyn luxurv of anv kind before she had
alyyay s hy ed in this sn1all mining toyyn For the hrst time he prized his gold
higher tl1an tl1e happiness of his yyife
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lXumber e1ght wrecked on jones Hill Frreman krlled and engmeer se
xerely hurt was the report at the statxon of X about half an hour after No 8
had pulled out w1th the frelght
Lucky she d1dnt have the passengers thxs tume some one remarked
or more than one person would be eollectmg the lxfe msurance of a dead
mther brother or some other relatlve
Thus was not the first trme No 8 had been wrecked She was an old
cngme somewhat out of date but the fastest on the C Sz S P R R Co s lme
Therefore she was reparred as often as she broke down After thxs last acc1
c ent however the rallroad company was unable to get an engmeer or fire
man to man her They even offered a hrgher salary to any one who would
take the posrtlon but every one seemed to have a wholesome dread of the
At last two brothers Johnson by name but called the two Johns for
s tort undertook the task on the condxtron that they mlght have her repalred
to su1t themselves Thxs was readrlv granted and two months later No 8
x as altogether a drfferent lookmg locomotxve as she came proudly to a stop at
the Salt Lake depot For two years after thls she had no accxdents worth
Now nt happened for some reason or other that one nxght No 8 wxth the
gtssengers was detamed at Salt Iake Crty Tust before startmg the con
rluctor came up to the engmeer who was pollshmg the headhght and sald
'XX e re ten mmutes late Do your best lohn old boy
All rrght was the cheery reply Tumpmg mto the cab he threw open
the throttle and No 8 sped forward on her mghtly run When well out of
the clty the englneer turned to the fireman and sard Somehow John I am
afrald th1s rs our last run It seems as though I can feel It rn my bones
Ex erythmg seems queer The uhlstle as I blew the start1ng slgnal sounded
1 st l1ke some p1t1ful groan Feel how she qulvers as she plunges forward
She nex er acted so before except once and that was when the brrdge at
Pocky Creek was out and we came wlthm four feet of runnmg headlong down
tae bank Maybe everythmg s all rxght though I may only be havmg another
Faster and faster flew No 8 untll she was gomg about svcty five mrles
an hour Suddenly the headhght of an approachmg engme shot around a
curve only a few rods ahead of them Jump shouted lohn as he closed the
throttle apphed the emergency brakes and calmly awarted the mevltable
crash There was a thunderlng roar an ear splrttmg shriek and vuth a rasp
mg groan No 8 came to a standst1ll The other englne had shot past on the
I thought that was our last sald the hreman dramng hrs hand across
hrs brow upon vvhrch stood forth huge beads of persplratron john deathly
mle srmply nodded as he agam opened the throttle and No 8 plunged for
x ard Then he added So dld I and It made me so shaky that I hardly know
x hat I am flO1Ylg' XV1sh we were out of thrs
'Xlaybe you had better drue slower ln case we should meet another
l comotlve suggested the fireman
Cant do xt was the short ansvs er we re tu elve mmutes late now
On they flew and when they reached Greenwood H1ll thev uere gomg
somethmg l1ke fifty mlles an hour Greenwood Hxll rs a rather steep grade
tout one fourth ofa m1le long and at the bottom of It IS a sharp curxe XVhen
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tle but dld not apply the brakes to slow down the tram for the curve I
stead he allow ed rt to run as fast as lt would down the grade XX hen about
three quarters of the way down the headlrght of engme No 104 shot around
the curve on the same track as No 8 No 104 s engmeer rmmedlately applied
the a1r brakes and stopped hrs tram But not so wlth john He threw open
the axr lever but to hrs horror the brakes would not work Jump for your
hfe' he shouted to the fireman the brakes won t work' The hreman turned
to do so but glancmg back saw hrs brother standmg bravely at hrs post wlth
h1s hand on the a1r lex er The next xnstant the engxnes crashed together with
a report NVl'11Ch could be heard for mlles and were hurled a smokmg hlssmg
mass sew eral yards from the wreck
lNo passengers were kllled and only a few lnjured But from beneath this
smoklng heap of steel w hxch but a few hours before had been the two fastest
and best equlpped engmes on the C Sz S P Ranlroad the crushed scalded
forms of the two ohns were rewerently drawn
CHESTER CARLSGN 13
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Upon lookrng at the stolud expressronless face of an Indlan one would
not belreve hum capable of romance or 1mag1nat1on yet almost every large
rock and many odd shaped or sohtary trees have legends connected wlth
One large redwood tree sltuated about a mlle above Korbel on the
country road IS pomted out to all travelers as the treaty tree but few
know the true orlgln of the appellatxon An old Indlan woman so old that
she had forgotten the moons that had passed smce her brrth gave the follow
mg account of rt
the people were very bad and the Creat Qplrxt would not send us any ra1n
to make thmgs grow INo ram the grass and the Howers wlthered The ber
rles dr1ed on the bush and the acorns dropped from the trees ere they were
rupe All the deer and anrmals came down the mounta1ns to water ln the
lower Mad Rw er where the ram fell rn abundance
All the mountam Indlans were starvmg and dymg so they had to follow
the food lnto the land of the hostlle Mad Rwer Indlans The Had River In
dxans resented the IYIXHSIOII of thelr lands and fought They fought untll
there were only a few left when the Treat Qprrlt spoke to the chxefs of both
trrbes and told them to meet at 1 certam tree on the boundary of the Nlad
Rlver terrltory Thev met there and the Great qplrxt told them to cease fight
mg and lwe as brothers to go home to thelr tepees and plenty of ra1n would
come but m memory of the peace treats each tr1be on passlng the tree must
shoot an arrow 1nto xts bark
X ears passed and the treaty w as stlll kept The w hrte man came wlth hls
death deallng rxfle and the bows and arrows w ere lald aslde but the Treaty
Tree st1ll stands and all lndlans ln passmg place 1n lts bark a sprrg of ex er
green m memory of the Great Treaty
SUSIE AIX DERSON 14
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Before the brrght Ere rn the large old fashroned fireplace two people were
srttrng one an old man once 1 soldrer hrs harr uhrte and hrs face wrrnkled
He had allowed hrs paper to drop unheeded upon the floor whrle he ga7ed
dreamrly rnto the fire The other was a lad of about srxteen years tall and
good lookrng urth a certarn resemblance to hrs grandfather He was lrst
Iessly turnrng the leaves of a book but evrdently takrng no rnterest rn what
he read The book fell from hrs lap and he sat up wrth a start Hrs grand
father also looked up
Suddenly the old man sat erect and turned toward hrs grandson rs
flen lad he sard I have never told you before but now I feel rt rs rrght
that you should know I do not vwrsh you to suffer because of a mrsunder
standrng and a false prrde as I have done and cause others to suffer too who
knows? he sard vvrth a srgh
It was long ago I was young then and proud All the Graydons have
been proud I had a frrend ack Ihrllrps Oh' lad you start He was the
grandfather of the boy of whom you grew so fond last year whrle you were
same room But our frrendshrp ended as yours has ended
Perhaps I was wrong I have often thought so of late years but then
lad I xx ould not have admrtted rt I would have dred first
It was the Crvrl VVar Hrs father was of the IXorth mrne of the South
We marched away he to wear the blue and I the gray and I could not or
would not remember that frrends are frrends whatever the drfference of oprn
ron may be
Perhaps rt mrght have been drfferent had the South won But I re
turned home my father dead my brothers fate unknown and my home de
vastated My fr1end wrote a letter but I was proud Not yet had I learned
that a man could be a frrend even under the most trymg crrcumstances I
could not brrng myself to recerve any ard from an enemy so I drd not answer
I have never seen hrm srnce lad Although I learned my fault I never
wrote and he too was proud and he had done enough
I sard nothrng when you first told me of your frrend for I was glad to
thmk you would enjoy the frrendshrp I had lost But now srnce I have
learned of your mrsunderstandrng I warn you lad new er let your prrde stand
rn the way of your frrendshrp Remember that what seems a great matter
to you now wrll rn after years be nothrng Save yourself the sorrow of a lrfe
trme Never hesrtate to ask ard of a frrend
SUSIE ANDERSON 14
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It xxas dark and qloomx the ClO11rls hurried to and fro 1n the sky The
thunder rumbled and the liglitninff dashed 'I l1e surf xxashed back and forth
xx1th monotonous regularitx The crash 1nd ffrmdine of the rocks could be
heard 1boxc the roar of the xxaxes The moon s htful gle1m cast a ghostly
hgfht oxcr tl1e scene lu the fllSl'1IlCC tl1e llQ'lllllOllQC shone across the stretch
of rcstlese xx 1ter
Noxx and then 1 bit of xx reck1ge xxould be xx 'tshed '1shore, to be p1cked
up and carried back at the xxill of the N61 X seaefull xx1th its l13.l1flf1H0" cry
xxould xx heel and d1xe for some cho1ce morsel its quick exe had detected
A short distance out in the surf, 1 sol1t1rx mast and a twisted prow
marked the resting place of xxhat l1ad o11ce been 1 staunch xessel As xve
xxatched a xxaxe le1ped gfreedilx toxxard it once txxice and the mast Gave
up xx1th 1 faint splash Xll vxas silent except the boom of breakers and the
sea mo1n1nU its requiem ox er tl1e gr1x ex 1rd of ships
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flll tht gr1x s1nds of the 0CC"l.ll be1ch qre1t blue xx1xes roll b1ck 1nd
orti to xxl1ere '1 ffh lCIllllQ' l111e of xxhitc 1111111 like 1 snoxx decked IT10llI1f'ilI'l
r1nQt m1rks the highest xx1xe
l1r out oxcr the decp blue NUYIIKC of the xx1ter xxhere tmx xxhltecaps
d1nce like so manx children 1t pl1x is 1 ste1mer exidcmtlx Ulillillld its xx IX
to some northern port le1x111Q behind 1 tr11l of smoke xx h'ch lingers tor a
fexx moments 1nd then f1des axxax N1 gulls their xxhite breasts 9lllI1lI1O'
1 e silxcr 111 tic mornin 1 91111 l"1LQlll x 11 it upon the crest of some hu0'e
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seethine st1 btloxx
ROlllI10' b1tk 1nd forth 111 precise succession the xxl11te crested x11xes
axt Ilbllltlllitl a curious and 1rrcg11l1r to1st l111e lluqe cliffs st1nd fort
sc1rred lllxl 111 1rred bx the r1x1Qns of t 1C rtst css xx 1ttrs Xbout their lY1sCs
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ere ls 1 s1111ll s YCILI o 1e1x 1 ug es Llfflkll there 111 th
1rms ofthe se1 or huge hlllil dunes 111 111 ll l1 hx tht l1re1 ers
XX ith 1 ceaseless r11mble that is he 1rd ro ind tht xxorld the Qrtat 1-tt 111
goes on forex er pihnff N'lIlflQ upon the border line of rld Nlother Farth and
enticing to its depths all that trespass 11pon its good nature
Such a scene, indeed xxould haxe inspired the poet B5 ron xx1th these
xxords, Roll on, oh dark and deep blue ocean roll
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It xxas earlx daxxn the dense fog lax llke a xxh1te blanket over the har
bors entrance X clull bree7e blexx across the stralt sxxeepmg aslde the fog
for an mstant 'md alloxxmfr '1 fexx flashes of Sl'lIlllQ'l1t to reflect on the rest
less xxater FXCI'YtlllI'lW xxas sllent except the wash of the waves and the
sound of foghorns nolsx guarchans of the narroxxs
A great shlp emerged from the dense mlst and turned slowly mto the
channel Its slren shr1eked dlsmallx as lf 'msxx ermg those about It Gath
6I'11'lQ' speed It dlsappeared agaln 1n the fog The xx 1nd xncreased as xf brmglng
forebodmgs of dlsaster
Suddenly a terr1fic crash echoed and re echoed from the nexghbormg
chhfs X harsh gratmg sound reached our ears The srren stopped sud
denlx Lnable to reach the scene of the catastrophe we walted breathlessly
for the foff to hft After xxhat seemed an endless mterval the mist vxas swept
axx av and the narrow stretch of water lay before us But a change had taken
place In the dlstance we could see txxo dark masts and then they too dls
appeared B1ts of xx reckage floated here and there but not a s1gn of hfe
xx as x1s1ble The crash had been too terrxbly sxvlft Then the xvmd fell the
foff closed over the ruhfled xxater and the foghorns answered each other across
the bar Another staunch xessel had entered the Port of TXT1SSlI'lg Shlps
Stretching far southward 1nto Humboldt Bay IS the Pemnsula bleak and
alone separated from the land on the east bx Mad Rlx er Slough xxhlch emp
t1es mto the bay and on the xxest bv the blue rollmg ocean, where small
fislnng boats and large steamers pass on the1r course to some rhstant unknovxn
Small clumps of stunted pmes dot the land here and there and among
these huckleberry brush and tall sword ferns waxe 1n the gentle breezes
xxhlch bloxx across the long sand beach from the whlte capped sea
Nature has prox1ded a carpet of the greenest moss beneath the trees,
upon xx l11Ch small clusters of brlghtest scarlet squaxxberrles appear
To the xx est of the Pemnsula a xvzde ocean beach stretches for mlles, upon
whlch huge dunes of sand that graduallv change the1r pos1t1ons as the years
roll on appear as a large wall separatmg the small green port1on of land
from the roarmff ocean xxhxch has thrown upon the beach logs large and
small and beautlful sea shells from forelgn lands as m 1ts angry mood It
seems to haxe trxed to grasp the httle length of land and hlde It forever from
g The one small home upon the Pemnsula seems to typlfy the green of
nature and the bleak and lonely ocean It stands on a httle knoll rxsmg from
the smooth xx aters of the bax betvx een txxo large dunes of sand cox ered wxth
dxxarf plne trees under xxh1ch grow the yelloxv sand flower and red squaw
The house IS old and weather beaten, and the whlte that once covered 1ts
xxalls has noxv changed to a dxsmal gray, xvhxch remlnds one of the sea on a
Clmvmg 1xv partmallv cox ers the house The roof forms a green carpet,
so entrrelx has the 1x3 h1dden the once gray shmgles
Thus 15 the Pemnsula tx p1cal of the many moods of nature The rollmg
ocean xx1th 1ts contmuous roar IS symbol1cal of her perpetuxty The gray
sea beach foretells the commg storm and the green trees and moss carpets
brmfr thoughts of Spflngtlnle VERA MORRELL 12
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A loxx stretch of sand ltss than a quarter of a mtle vvtde and four mtles
long separates the fresh xx aters of Nl ple Creek the dratnage of a vast ctrcle
of heaxtly ttmbered foothtlls from the Paetftc Ocean at a potnt on our coast
ntne mtles north of Trtntdad fornttng the Btg Lagoon and gtvtng us the
largest body of sttll xxater tn the countx
X reat ctttular sxxeep tn the low foothtlls of the coastltne breaktng
awax tnto an abrupt xxall ot rocl on the notth and sxxtngtnff southeast for
seven mtles then xxest for txxo tntles unttl tt meets the ocean gtves one the
The beautv of thts spct tlte home of frame btrds and Hsh tmpresses one
xxtth the grandeur of the sport of the hunter and fisherman for thts ts the
Mecca of rod and gun
In xxtnter tlte great xxax es of the Pactflc engulf the sands that separate
lagoon from ocean on the northwestern end Then the mtghty sea and the
xast laffoon form one ffreat stretch of xx httc capped roartng tumbltng vxaters
In the summer hoxxexer the clear lttnptd surface ts marred only by
ttnv rolltng xxax es caused bv a passtng boat or from the rtse of an aquattc
btrd or the Jumptnff of a fish to catch a flx that floats upon the water
A road wends tts wav past bubbltncr brooks through forests of mtfrhty
redxx ood trees and reaches an elevatton of Hfteen hundred feet at the Devtl s
Canyon an almost perpendtcular xxall of lava the upheaval of prehtstortc
ttmes throxxtng out a backbone of rock runntng doxvn to the waters of the
lagoon and fornttng thts canx on tn tts curxe along tlte coast Trom here the
road leads on to the north and sxxtngtng sharply to the east brtngs us doxvn
to the Dry Lagoon
Drv Lagoon ts so called because tt ts bttt a swamp upon Whose surface
flags and tules grow tn the mtdst of a green and prosperous valley At the
On the xxestern stde ts the Paetfic Ocean separated bv sands The Incltans
sax that one xxtnter tn ttmes past xxlten the sea xxas xxhtpped to fury tt ran
far ox er these sands and left tn thts holloxx a pond xx htch rematned unttl the
summer suns and xxtnds had drted tt up In wtnter the waters from the sur
roundtng htlls sttll settle there
Farther on ts Qtone lagoon htdden from the road by a htll whtch must
be cltmbed before the waters edge ts rex ealed On one stde are great sand
dunes xwhtch shut tt off from the ocean on the other low green htlls Here
and there a stray gull uttertng a strange cry Htes upward hts breast shtnmg
tn the sun Perehance a duck Hoatmg upon tts surface wtll emtt hts call to
hts mate Thts lagoon recetx es tts name from the agates and stones of many
hues xxhtch are found on tts shores
Nbout one and one half mtles to the north ts Freshwater Lagoon named
because tts waters ttnltke those of Iltg and qtone Lagoons are fresh On
tts surface ltltes float and tules tnternatngled xxtth flags form a border Small
xx htte pebbles make a shore agatnst xxhttlt the xx aters conttnually roll tn ttny
xx ax es It ts far separated from tlte I actfie Ocean for a strtp of land about one
quarter of a mtle xxtde tttterx enes Il tlloxxs and alders grow along tts banks
Grass forms a soft blanket ox er dark 'Nlother Tarth and there tn sprtng the
datsx and the xxood anentone sltoxx thetr brtght faces Here also wtld antmals
come to drtnk for the xxoods run almost to the xxaters edge and there are
fexx dxx elltnfrs on tts shores On the bank tn the soft earth may be seen the
track of bear panther coon and numerous small arnmals The duck makes
thts hts resttng place It ts most beautttul of all four to a lover of Nature
for here her call ts heard and here her xxork ts mantfest
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Dawn was slowly gatherlng and restlesslv stlrrmg to l1fe her many forces
for another day another msplmtxon for the falthful old mlll
Countless lxttle rxpples caused bv a tmy pebble rollmg from the bank
started across the calm surface of the pond and as rf these motlons vvere a
summons for mormng SCFVICCS the nearby vvxllows became ahve and filled
wlth the twltter of tmv b1rds vvhmch xndustnously started to search for and
prepare therr stock for the commg day
Large snow vvhnte pond lrlxes were noddmg the1r graceful heads mak
mg thexr mornmg tollet with the clear vvater as a mxrror and then recogmz
mg and blddmg all a happy Good mornmg
From under a mass of tall svvaymg blades of grass the t1ny bow of a
red rovvboat seemed to be surrtptmouslv Xllvklll these pl'OCCCCl1l'l ant
trying to understand the varled movements of an avsakenmg day
Near the end of the pond stood the old moss covered mlll the pr1de and
treasured rellc of all the ploneers of the nllage Pathetncally xt endeavored
to guard and mamtaln 1ts former POSHIOI1 qlovvlv the old wheel was losmg
author1ty and yet It appeared to be vvaxtln to accomphsh some unfimshed
act perhaps another d'1v s hard labor vvhlle the steps less perslstent had
one by one lost the1r hold and fallen to rum Stlll wlth the lJI'1gl'lt dawn of
each day came encouragement 'Ind hope for the m1ll vvlth xts closed shutters
and each day It seemed to be summomng together lts youthful forces to cast
off the contmuous call of old age and uselessness
MAY SEELY 12
A Glhunhvratnrm In the Qlinuntamz
Far above the lofty peaks wh1ch ox erhang the qacramento Valley a dark
threatenmg bank of clouds was gatherlng and movlng toward the south at
first by slow and almost 1mpercept1ble degrees vvhlch gradually became a
measured and malestxc advance llke that of an mcommg tlde
The mass of clouds became denser and more threatenxng Flrst the
tall lofty peaks and Jag ed mountams vv ere engulfed and h1dden from v1ew
Then the fog crept over the vast slopes of loomv pme trees and below these
the bare stretches of rock on vvlnch onlv the hard1est shrubs could grow
The clouds advanced Vkltll mcreased speed 'md a mlstv gray curtam
pierced only by qulck flashes of llf,l'ltIllI'lQ' settled ov er all Not a sound was
heard save the dxstant rumble of thunder whxch only served to deepen the
solltude and lonehness of the forest
Then the storm broke The ram becfan to fall 1n large heavy drops
The lxghtnlng added '1 barbarlc splendor to the scene The roar of the thun
der sounded more and more frequentlv and finally ended 1n one great peal
It ramed as xt can ram only ln Northern C3llfOl'Il13.
Suddenly the ra1n ceased as qulcklv as It had begun The sun came out
xn all lts glory smxlmg on the green vallev through a mlst of happy tears
The snow on the dlstant mountaln tops sparkled llke dlamonds beneath lfS
rays Flowers llfted the1r heads heavy vv1th the vve1ght of ramdrops and the
grass washed clean of all the summers dust stood fresh and sweet rn the
sunllght LAURA CAMPBELL 14
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Trmldad Head 15 a huge rock towermg upward from the ocean depths
wlth stralght and pI'CClp1tOLlS sldes 'Years of eros1on have caused sand and
earth to collect upon 1ts surrace 111 wh1ch grow small underbrush and a
few plnes stunted and gnarled by the cold ocean XVlf'lClS
The S1dCS of the rock are rough jagged and weather beaten Large
crevasses and ledges hate been formed by the constant lashnng of the waves
and ln these small bushes and grasses grow as 1f to prevent further crumb
hng and decay of tl1e rock
Nearer the waters edge an odd sea grass grows resembhng somewhat
the umbrella plant Tlns spreads out protectmg roots as 1f to slneld the rock
from the f1lI'lO119 wax es whxch constantly break aga1nst It and then retreat
amld the seetlnng wh1te foam and sound of gr1nd1ng pebbles
Overlookmg the ocean 19 the hglathouse Th1s 19 a small square bu1ld
mg, on the top of whlch 19 a rounded tower A small 1ron ladder leads to the
upper floor Here IS the lamp wlth 1ts heaw Glass doors h1ghly pohshed and
cut so as to reflect the red and whxte ravs far out ow er the ocean and warn
the passmg xessels of the h1dden and dangerous rocks lymg along the coast
A neatly graxeled walk leads to the bell house where hangs the huge
bell whose clear tones can be l1eard aboxe tl1e ocean s roar many m1les out to
sea Ex erx thmg about the btnlchng lQ scrupulouslv neat and well regulated
for L ncle Qam sends out mspectors exert few months to see that h1s property
IS well cared for ELAIN E MOXON 13
dltttlv ?KmPr Evarh
Bounded on the east by low rolhng lnlls coxered by small trees and
charred stumps on the south by an endless stretch of sand dotted here and
there wlth Nlll'lll sand dunes on the north by l11l,NCJ'1N2,CflClll:fS and on the w est
by the f re tt deep ocean IS I1ttlt lx11 er l 1 uh known to all pleasure seeker
Logs and dr1ftwood Ill one confused mass hate been thrown back on
the sands bw the angrv wax es durmg the storms Xt the waters edge are
Old Hen and L1ttle Ch1ckens and bx gray l1chens Here a small stream
L1ttle R1ver has cut for 1tself a shallow channel 1n the sands as 1t Wmds IH
and out the great rocks and at last meets the Q'lOI'101.1S old PEICIHC
In the chffs to the north 1n a soft ledge of rocl the wax es have cut a
small cave NXll1Cl'l extends about hftv feet 1nto the heart of the mountam
Here the cool drlp drlp of water C111 be heard as It falls from the damp ce1l
mg ox erhead or runs 1n m1n1at11re streams down the walls of the cave Qoft
green mosses and a few sea grasses chng to the s1des
Qmall erex asses and ledges hate been worn 1n the rocks about the mouth
of the cate and hut small pools of water hate been left bv the recedmg title
In thlg water can be found sea anemones blue yellow green and 1n fact
all colors whxeh resemble beautlful astors or ehrx anthemums
Here also hundreds and hundreds of black shelled mussels make the1r
home A l1ttle farther on at the base of the chit IQ seen a small opemng 1n
otk 1 know 1 I he l low Hole and when the t1de lb lngh the water
1 Iortu throu h th an: thrown ln h 1n the a1r tau mg a great QUCUOII
In the summer the beach IQ dotted w1th the wh1te tents of campers, and
the laughmg shouts of bathers can be heard as they splash about 1n the gen
tle surf From the beach and to the northward can be seen the rough and
precrpxtous sxdes of Trnndad Head and the hghthouse wxth 1ts shmmg glass
and YWl'lltC pamt gleamxng 1n the sunhght and set off bv rts more somber sur
roundmgs ELLXIWE MOXONI 13
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The students of tl1e Xrcata 111011 School presented 1 collc e plax to the
p1113llC on Thursdax ex 011111 December 11111 The Xrc'1t1 people xxere not
lacklnq 111 then' 3pfJI'CC1'ltlOI1 of ood amateur 'ICUII XX1'llCl'1 xx as shoxxn bv
the croxxd that gathered 'tt Lxcelsmr H111 to xx1tness the Semor Pall
The af1a1r xx as a success 1:l1'l3.11Cl'1llX X handsome sum xxas netted for the
P13110 fund Tl1e xounq people xx ere coached bx N11ss Vl1lk1nson of the H1gh
School Faculty and R 'Nl XX11ex the coach of last years plav The ama
teurs extend m'1nx thanlxs to the coaches as the success of the actlng xvas
due to 'C11C1I' hard efforts
Tom Bradford Saxe Grater Sen1or
Dlck Adams john Barter Senlor
Henry Carter Frnest Stocks Tumor
Ph1l Patten M11ton VX r1r5ht Tumor
George Ropes Ralph Brown
Professor Peters james Anderson
Ixlttx Peters h1s Cl'1ll,,,111CI' Ana Ax erell
Frances VX mg Ruth Horel
1 lcanor 1 rwdford 'I om s Xunt xendolcn Gax nor
Mend Ceva Sapp
Butler Walker T11ley
Act I Professor Peters resxdence exemng thxrd day before commence
ment Ph11 IS repr1manded Is ttv helps her father lVI1stake 1n the mark
mgs Aunt Eleanor and Sally arr1ve Father IS a terr1ble dr1nker Dlck
waxes sent1ment11 Kltt, makes a bet M1ss Prent1ss' Oh rats The
Silent SCCIUSIVC Tr1p1ex Tom and Krtty quarrel Ph11 and Ixrtty hatch
plot K1ttx alters Tom s exam1nat1on paper
Act II Tom s room exemng of the follovxmg day The SCUIOTS final
smg Sally as one of t11e boys Fnter P1111 Kltty and Frances Frances
hes1tates In t11e closet The Tr1p1ex 1n1t1at1on The Grand Fxalted Super
numerary Nlaster The braxery test Boxv loxv nox1ce' The pluff from
the keyhole Drck xxa11ts the loxmg cup Tom objects K1ttx' and you
Frances' Ixlttx defiant I rances ashamed I 11 never speak to 111m agaxn
Tom you re a har' I 11 hnd out or mx name ISII t R1chard Adams
Act III The Semor Ball at the Gxm T1me exenmg before com
mencement Tom and Sallx rex1exx old txmes Refreshments are serxed
Hoxx s xour arm Tom P1111 has to catch P1111 and K1tty snubbed Prof
Peters enjoxs lumself Frances confesses escapade to D1ck K1ttv xx 111 have
her rexenqe P1111 threatens exposure Ix.1ttx storms Bad nexvs for Tom
D1cl accuses Kntx Tears of repentance Ixot too late to mend
Act IX Tom s room later the same ex emng Sally sy mpath1zes xx1th
Tom A Nood bame for txxo 11earts Iutty confesses to Tom I told you
a le Kltty asks forgueness The pr1nc1pa1 motlxe the other xxoman
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Im qulte through wlth you The professor apoloffxzes Tom wxll pxtch
after all Good by es are sald Sally loses her gloves Tom gets muted up
XXltl'l the table leg Fyerv one to her own ehoxce Real lose thls txme
L t' Lost' Xnother good man gone Aunt Eleanor greets her new
The plav w hreh was 1 stxrrmg httle drama of college hfe had a real plot
to xt and the ev1l force contrary to most plays was a vlllamess ln the per
son of lxxtty Peters the protts mrs daughter Nlxss Xnt Xxerell Clfflifl out
tl'llS part wxth her u ual thoroughness showmg the eycpertness of lonrf prae
tree Xllltflll XX rrght 1 Phrl Patten a Tumor was Kltty s partner m her plot
tmg and earned out lns part well The hero of the play Tom Bradford a
Senxor was taken by Qaxe Grater In the Semor Ball he carried out hls sen
tlmental scenes m a eredltable manner and also caused conslderable fun ln his
comedv parts Iohn lrarter as Dlck Adams a Senlor showed a complete
understandmfr of lTlS part He proy ed that he could be humorous as w ell as
ser1ous The part of Henrv Carter a jumor was taken by Ernest Stocks
who d1d Credltable work espeemllv ln the Trrplex 1I1lU8tlUl'l
Ralph Prown as George lxopes a unxor had a small part but carrxed
xt out m a manner whleh showed that he worked hard ames Anderson who
has won lauxels m tootbtll and debate m Hlgh 'ichool c1rcles added to hrs
honors by Carrylnff out hrs part extra well Hls dellneatlon of the mlddle
aged but up and COINIIIO' modern college professor was worth whlle
'Xhss Mae Dennv ln the part of Sally PI'CI'lt15S earned out her part xery
well and was especnally good ln her scenes w1th Tom Bradford The young
lady has had an extended CYPCFICTICC IH amateur work and her actlng cer
tarnlv show ed lt
'Nlxss Ruth Horel who made her first appearance before an Arcata audl
ence created a most fax orable Impression and was exeeptlonally strong 1n
the scene where the two frrrls lnd m the closet to spv on the Trlpleyc meetmg
lXI1ss Gw endolen Gu nor 'ts Xunt Fleanor Bradford made a yery young look
mg auntle but the part called for just such a person The young lady also
was maklng her first appearance 'md 'leted and dressed the part to perfectlon
Muslc between lets was furnxshed by Qeldell s orchestra
The Senror Ball was repeated wxth great success at Blue Lake on Satur
day evemng February 16th
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Freshmen a heartv xx elcome On August 19th EYCClS1OT Hall xx as the scene
of a hxelv 1n1t1at1on held untll nme oclock for the students only The
freshles looklng as frlghtened as though they xvere expectlng to hear thelr
death knell xx ere put through all kmds of stunts They were shax ed branded
burned xv1th hot mercurx Q l and finally presented w1th the mslgnxa of the
Hlgh School Frrends xxere then admxtted and dancmg contmued to a late
hour The Freshmen receptxons are always looked forward to as they are
greatly enjoy ed by all
TRACK MEET DANCE
After the annual track meet xx hlch took place 1n Eureka on October 21st
the students of the Eureka Hugh School entertamed the vlsltmg teams and
students by a dance at lxexv Fra p'xv1l1on The first boat left Eureka about
7 30 for th1s parl contmum to run across the bay every fifteen mmutes ln
order to accommodate the students and thelr frrends The evenmg was a
delightful one the Eureka students proxmg themselves royal entertainers
BASKET BALL AND FOOTBALL DANCE
On November 18th after basket ball and the football games the A U
H S students entertamed the students and the teams of the Ferndale High
by a dance gxven at Excels1or Hall 1n Arcata lllL151C for the dance was ren
dered by Sexdell s orchestra and every one enjoyed the evenmg xmmensely
DANCE AFTER THE PLAY
Excelslor Hall Arcata on December 14th The hall was profusely decorated
wlth beautrful greens for the occasron After the play a soclal dance xvas glven
for all those who deslred that form of amusement Seldell s orchestra furnxsh
mg the muslc
PLAY AND DANCE AT BLUE LAKE
On Saturday nlght February 3d the pup1ls of the A U H S presented
the play at the Blue Lake Opera house It xxas a marked succes Oulte a
number from Arcata attended After the play a dance was grven by the Blue
Lake Band ln the Odd Fellows Hall The cast and other vlsxtors xvere enter
tamed at the homes of the Blue Lake students We certamly appreclate Blue
ARCATA ENTERTAINED AT FORTUNA
On Saturday mornmg Aprnl 13th our tennls team left on the early tram
for Fortuna where they were corchally greeted by the Fortuna students Dur
mg the day the Arcata players defeated the Fortuna team m a practlce game
That evenlng they were dellghtfully entertamed by a dance at Dlamond Hall
ARCATA ENTERTAINED AT EUREKA
On Aprll 20th the A U H S tennxs and debatlng teams accompamed
by a large crowd of rooters xvent to Eureka to compete wlth the E H S
After the debate the Arcata folks xx ere guests at a soclal dance at the Sequola
THE JUNIOR SENIOR PARTY
On NX ednesday evenmg Aprrl 24th the Semors xvere xnvrted by the
un1ors to be present at the H1 h School llllllfllllg at e1ght o clock Upon thelr
arrxval they xx ere agreeablx surprlsed to find the seats removed from the As
sembly hall the room pretttlx decorated xxrth greens and llghted by japanese
lanterns After spendm sex eral hours IH dancmg and cards a lunch con
slstxng of sherbet and cake xx as serx ed The dance broke up about mxdmght
the Senlors xotmg the umors cap1tal hosts
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Thxs year more school spmt has been shown ln our monthly meetmgs
The first ITl'lCl'iX of each month a hterarx pro ram IS prepared for the students
and VISIIOTS xxhlle the nexx plano adds much to the enjoyment of all
The offxcers for the fall terms were
Presxdent James Anderson Treasurer Francxs Bull
Vlce Presldent Xfax Seely Athletlc Manager ohn McKenz1e
Secretary Elmer NICKCHZIC Sergeant at Arms james Baldwm
The OITICCTS for the sprmg term xxere
Presldent Elmer McKenzie Treasurer Joseph Crawford
Vxce Presxdent Charles Mahoney Athletle Manager James Anderson
Secretary John Barter Sergeant at Arms Ernest Stock
UPHIPPA DEBATING SOCIETY
Thxs year the Uphlppa Debatlng SOCICIX composed of the Jumors and
Sophomores has adx anced 1n many xxays and many xx ell worked out debates
haxe been presented bv the members Thls socletx qurded by the ldea that
debatmg IS beneticlal meets every other XX ednesday afternoon of each month
PYTHAGOREAN DEBATING SOCIETY
Thls socxety xx as or anxzed by the Freshmen and Semors for the purpose
of llterary research and the practlce of debatxn It has kept the students
m touch xvlth the questlons of the dax and added to the enjoyment of school
Work The debates of 11115 SOCICIY are held 111 the II1OI'I1lIlg of exery other
Presrdent Mav qeely
X 1ce Presldent XX1ll1am Carroll
Secretary James Baldxx 1n
Treasurer Llmer McKenz1e
Pres1dent Ralph Broxxn
X 1ce Pres1dcnt Susxe Anderson
Secretary Cexa Sapp
Treasurer Xlargaret Graeter
Presxdent Ana Averell
X :ce Iresrdent Rhea Sage
Secretarx Ruth Horel
Treasurer XIIIIOII XX rlght
PFCSICICTII Theo XX rlght
Secretary Hazel Roberts
Treasurer Ella Teal
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ON BOTH SIDES
lhe ex er elnngmq condmons of the present centurv demand of each of
us sk1ll 111 orltory In the pist the '1lJllllIV to spoilt clearly 'lnd forc1bly has
often been the passport to f'I.I1lC 'Ind fortune so lt 18 Ill the present
To 11d the students III 1Lq111r1n1T th1s sk1ll there 'lre three org1n1Led de
batmq souttxes III tl1e sthool euh ll'l.XIllU' the ofhcers essent1al to such or
The XQC1OCl21tCfl Qtudcnt Body, meets the first Fr1day afternoon of each
month 'I hroughout the p'1st year many lI'ltCl'CStlIlg' debates hate bee11 gn en
two of ulnch deserxe spctnl IULIIUOII The XX oman buffraffe debate
Wh1Ch was dec1ded 1n favor of equal suffrage and the debate, Resolved that
lllqll heense IS '1 better method ot deahnff yy1th the siloon QLICSUOH than IS
J o11b1t1r1n 1 101 xy 18 cult td 111 Iuor o the IICQTUXC
lht lytl111f1ru11 Smuty holds 1ts mcetmqs monthly It IS compose
of the bcnmr md lreshmcn thsses
The lplnppa, or the QOIJIIOITIOYC lll'IlOI' 9oc1ety holds 1ts meetmgs on
the same diy as the Py thaf oreins
M I umboldt County Xthletu ind ljtlllllll LIQUL LO1s1slN I Il
tour lnqh schools ln the county of xylneh o11r school 1 one Tlns year lt fell
to our lot to debwte muh Turelxa on the exenmef of Xpfll Wlth on the follow
me que t1on Resolxed tllnlt the Employers L11b1I1ty Net ot Cahforma
1 '1 lll t md eqtutablt xx Xrmta hid the df.Ill"IT1ZltlXC xxlnch nas upheld
by 'lmes Xnderson Xna Xxerell 'md Gxyendolen Gaynor The debate xxhxch
was closely contested was dee1ded IU fmor of the ncgatne
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IN ox ember
School opens Large class of curlous Freshmen Tvxo neu,
NVork begins m earnest G1rls begm basket ball practice
Excltmg time' Freshmen 1n1t1at1on Electlon of class offlcers
Hurrah for the boxs' Football practlce Game between
upper and lower classmen T1e
Talk of puttmg on a plav
VVeeks vacat1on Teachers Instxtute
Back agam and now for hard work
Staff chosen for annual Advance Xll enthus1ast1c over com
2 Great excxtement over W'oman Suffrage Debate
4-Play selected The Sen1or Ball
9 uarterly Escs long faces and fnghtened bunch of Freshmen
16 Boys pract1c1ng for track
20 Surpr1se' Young man appears Great cur1os1ty Only a book
28 Practlce basket ball game Wlth Eureka Defeat Cheer up
Practxce basket ball game 1n Eureka V1ctory' Hurrah'
Basket ball and football postponed on account of the ra1n
Talk of puttmg on play at Blue Lake
Rehears1ng hard for play
Basket ball and football wxth Ferndale at Arcata
New p1ano' All kmds of melod1ous sounds now greet our
A per1od to try our new pxano It IS certa1nly all rnght
Football Eureka xs Arcata Arcata champ1on
Plav g1ven at Excels1or Hall Great success
Polltxcal machme successfully mampulated by the masculme
element 1n electlng H1gh School offlcers
Upper classmen had Ymas tree and Santa Claus was excep
tlonally good to them
Two weeks vacat1on
january 8 Scl1ool reopens
Play gxven at Blue Lake Great success
T1es necktxes any kmd of green tles are attractlve to a
Students are makmg good use of new pxano
Tenms and baseball season soon here PI'3Ct1ClI1g m earnest
uarterly Ex s Frowns and s1ghs Trymg out for tenn1s
Shower' Result of an engagement announced by Jumor gxrl
Pract1ce game of baseball m Blue Lake xs Arcata Arcata won
The face of each and every Semor must be snapped Cheer
up' The worst IS vet to come'
Band of cattle occupxes tenms court Tenn1s players vacate whlle
the cattle are voted champlons
Week s vacat1on
Practlce game tenms at Fortuna
VlSltOf Nxfty Graham Rousmg rally speech by R M VV1ley
Tenms and debate xn Eureka Black and gold v1ctor1ous IU tenms
24-Semor recept1on G1ven by umors Our first socxal affa1r held
27 Baseball at Arcata E H S plays aga1nst A U H S Arcata
VVIHS Score 162
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Agaxn we have xx on the football champlonshlp of the County Htgh
Schools Praetlce started early 1n the season and a large squad turned out
every ex enmg The greatest of mterest xxas taken from the very first by
every asplrant for a posltxon Captam Carroll turned out one of the strong
est teams that ever represented the Arcata H1gh School Ixo outslde coachmg
or 1nfor1nat1on was glven hum He w1th a fexv veterans studxed out the plays
xxxth xxlneh he dr1lled hls men It has been saxd that the Arcata eleven played
together l1ke a finely bunlt and well regulated machme Ferndale and Eureka
espec1all3 found th1s to be true as they xx ere powerless agaxnst our solxd lme
Arcata not only xxon the football champ1onsh1p but she establlshed sev
eral records She has to her CI'6Cl1t the honor of the longest run ever made ln
a football game ln the county Thls xxas made by Mxlton Wrmght The
White C1ty can also boast the largest score ever made on a Humboldt grxd
fron has not been scored on for two seasons and has played thxs entrre sea
son wlthout usmg a substxtute, These records w1ll stand for some txme to
THE FERNDALE ARCATA GAME
On the afternoon of November 18th the I erndale team xx as C39llV defeated
by our boys by the score of 16 to 0 VVe outclassed them m ex ery stage of
the game our numerous trlck plays and double passes mtxed xvxth end runs
lme bucks forward passes and fake klcks kept the Ferndale team guess1ng
from start to Hmsh Arcata eertamly played an open game rf forxvard passes
and end runs are called open play At no txme were we m danger of our
opponents scormg NVhen the whtstle blew at the end of the last quarter the
score stood 16 0 wlth Arcata on top
The lme ups for the teams were
C Mahoney R
L Van Dasher
THE EUREKA ARCATA GAME
VVe were now to meet Eureka smce they defeated Fortuna after a second
game On the afternoon of Saturday December 2 the Fureka Hx h School
team was overwhelmlngly defeated at the Arcata ball grounds by our well
drxlled and experlenced team The score 60 to 0 shows that Arcata won an
easy v1etory Although our team was a llttle heavxer than that of Eureka It
completely outplayed them nn every part of the game
The game started wxth Arcata kxckmg to Eureka Eureka was downed
on her twenty yard lme and lost the ball on a fumble Anderson half back
for Arcata made a buck between tackle and end for a touchdoxxn Emmet
Mahoney kxcked the goal and added one more pomt makmg a total of s1x at
the end of the first two mmutes of play
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CHAMPION FOOTBALL TEAM
CFAMPION TENNIS TEAM
Agam the teams lmed up and rt was a continuation of the first play
Fxrst Anderson then Carrol would break through the lme or sweep around
the end for a touchdown
At the end of the fnrst quarter the score stood 22 to 0 in favor of Arcata
In the second quarter two more touchdowns and two goals were made brmg
mg the score to 34 to 0 at the end of the first half Durmg the last two
quarters Arcata made four touchdowns four goals and a safety makmg a total
of 26 polnts the last half
Arcata at any tlme could make her gams and was not forced to punt once
durmg the entlre contest The strong well formed mterference and the speedy
backs made rt possible for Arcata to run up a large score
Anderson was easily the hero of the day playing a perfect game through
out Carroll won for hlmself the honor of belng the county s strongest full
back Everett Hmckley fdeceased January 13 19125 playmg left half de
serves much credlt Through his efforts alone 1n the making of lnterference
Arcata was able to make long gams Charles Mahoney who krcked oft' for
Arcata and h1s Freshman brother Emmet who k1cked elght goals ln ten
trles prow ed themselx es to be the best klckers that thls school has ey er had
The lme ups for the teams were
La Beau Irons
Runmng broad Jump Turner Fortuna 19 feet
440 yard dash Hansen Ferndale 55 3X5 sec
Hop step and jump Collins Ferndale 42 feet
Mrle relay 5 man team Ferndale 3 mm 36 410
sec Team Rusk Haas Hansen Morrlson
Arcata as usual took very little interest in track due to the fact that
she lntencled to put ex ery effort ln earlv football pract1ce Captain 'Hilton
W r1 ht found a dlfflcult task ln getting men to tram A fexx U1 hts before
the final meet rn Eureka try outs were held A team xx as sent to represent the
Black and Gold consrstmg of the following Nl XX r1 ht Qcaptamj C
Mahoney V Hunt Jas Anderson E Stock Jos Crawford G Courtrrght and
The summary follows
50 yard dash Prvor Fortuna first Rusk Ferndale second La Beau
Eureka third Txme 5 4 5 seconds
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Eureka third Time 10 4 5 seconds
Hop step and jump Collins Ferndale first Turner Fortuna second
Lord Eureka th1rd Distance 42 feet 11 inches
Half mile run Rusk Ferndale first Langford Eureka second Hansen
Fortuna third Time 2 mm 7 4 5 secs
Runnin broadjump Turner Fortuna first Lord Eureka second Col
lins Ferndale third Distance 19 feet 10 inches
220 yard hurdles Damon Ferndale first Campbell Eureka second
Crowe Eureka third Time 27 4 5 secs
220 yard dash Haas Ferndale first Allen Ferndale second Langford
Eureka thxrd Time 23 2 5 secs
Shot put Clark Fureka first Anderson Arcata second Rusk Ferndale
third Distance 37 feet 7 7 8 inches
Pole vault W'r1ght and Baldwin Arcata tied for first place Collins
Ferndale and Langford Eureka tied for thlrd place Height 9 feet
440 yard dash Hansen Ferndale first La Beau Eureka second Nel
son Fortuna third Time 55 3 5 secs
Runnin h1gh jump Lord Eureka first Turner Fortuna second Col
tuna tied for third place Height 5 feet 4 inches
Relav race Won by Haas Rusk Hansen Morrison Damon of Fern
dale Time 3 mm 36 4 5 secs
Basket ball practice started with much enthusiasm a large number aspir
mg for the team Interclass games were played in which good material was
Two practice games were arranged with Fureka The first took place on
the home rounds Eureka winning by the score of 18 3 This contest serx ed
as a try out for the new material of both teams On Nox ember 13th the Ar
cata girls who w ere to represent the A U Il S in the re ular game went to
Eureka and defeated the team of that city by the score of 10 5
On Vox ember 18th Arcata met Ferndale on the Xrcata court This was
the first scheduled basket ball game of the season Although our girls did
some excellent work they were outclassed by their opponents The game
ended with Ferndale at the long end of a 31 7 score
Arcata line up was as follows
Forwards Nell Baldwm Ccaptalnj Frances Clvde Margaret Graham
Center La Verne Preston Susie Anderson Lois Trumbell
Guards Effie Acorn Gwendolen Gaynor Ceva Sapp
Substltutes Myrtle Teal Sarah Graham
The method for trying for honors 1n baseball among the High Schools
of Humboldt County has been changed PYCVIOUS to this year the four
schools paired off and play ed the prellmmary games The two winning teams
then met to decide the county championship This plan d1d not prone satis
factory for sex eral reasons The boys practiced falthfully for months to play
at the most two games and possibly only one By chance a school could wm
a preliminary game and then have an opportunity to play the finals This
was considered a poor way of finding the best team
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The schedule for th1s vear IS
Apr1l 9 Eureka ws Arcata at Arcata Ferndale vs Fortuna at Fortuna
May 11 Arcata vs Fortuna at Fortuna Eureka vs Ferndale at Fern
Mav 18 Nrcata xs Ferndale at Ferndale Furelxa xs Fortuna at Eureka
Captam Grav DlCliE'Cl h1s team earlv mn the season Qex eral practxce games
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The llne up xx as as follows
Pltcher C C1rlson Catcher 1 Grav fcaptamj
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ThlYC1l11SC 9 lrost Qhortstop N1 VVr1ght
Left held C2 Lourtxxrlght Rwht field E qtock
Center field 1 Baldxxln
Sl1lJSt1tUtCS Suth rland, Crawford Cragen
The Hrst regular game was plaved Xprll 27th w1th Eureka on our own
grounds Arcata xvon by the score of 16 2
The game was too one slded to be very CYC11I1'1g t11e Eureka boys belng
completely outclassed Trmmons Fnrelxa s txv1rler IJ1l1Cl1Cd a good game, but
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Fnthusnsm m tenms xxas aroused earlv 1n the year especxallv among
the Freshmen xx ho deserxe much credrt for the sp1r1t xx1th xxhlch they took
up the game one of them maltmg the team The court xxas occupled con
stantly In the trx outs XX111L11 xxere held bx Captam XX rlght fullx a month
before the tournament the folloxxmg students made the team
Allce Haugh 'Xlarfraret Graham Gxxendolen Gax nor Nlxlton W rxght Ccap
ta1n1 ames Baldxxm Ross Qutherland and Qutro Frost
A practlce tournament xxas held at Fortuna xxxth the team of that Hrgh
School ilrcata succeeded 1n xx mnmg three ex ents out of hxe
On Aprxl 20th Arcata journeyed to Eureka to play the prel1m1nary games
of tennls ws the E H S The A U H S team was accompanled by a large
rootmg sectron led by Xlxlhs Murray Arcata brought home the bacon
by takmg three events out of a posslble five
The first ex ent of the dat xx as g1rls doubles Alxce Haugh and Ceva Sapp
of Arcata defeatmg M Hamllton and M Hodgson of Eureka m two stralght
ses Score 61 63
The next was l'l'11X6Cl doubles 1n 1Nl'llCl1 Mxlton VX right and Gwendolen
Gaynor of Arcata defeated Conmck and Shurtleff of Eureka Score 6 4 6 4
In the afternoon Margaret Graham of Arcata was defeated m the glrls
sxngles by M Falk of Eureka Score 7 5 6 4
The next event boys doubles was won by Arcata Percv Oumn and
M1tchelI Irons of Eureka playmg agamst R Sutherland and ames Baldwm
of Arcata Score 6 2 6 4
The last event boys smgles was won by Francls Hamilton of Eureka
from Sutro Frost of Arcata Score 4 6 6 4 7 5
We next played Ferndale who succeeded ln defeatmg Fortuna Hxgh on
the same day that we won from Eureka On Saturday May 4th we Journeyed
to Ferndale and won the tenms champronshxp of the county by takmg four
The first contest of the day glrls doubles went to Ferndale Chr1st1ne
esperson and Hermlone Neuhaus defeatmg Ceva Sapp and Allce Haugh by
thescoreof64 57 36
After dlnner Arcata took the remammg four events
Margaret Graham of Arcata defeated Harrlet Grres of Ferndale rn a walk
Score 6 2 6 2
Mixed doubles xx as the next ex ent lVl1lton VVr1ght and Gwendolen Gav
nor of Arcata defeated Leland Nellson and Cecxl Hayxx ood of Ferndale
Score 6 3 7 5
By gamrng the boys slngles Arcata won the tournament In thls event
Sutro Frost of Arcata defeated Leshe CHClOTl1 of l erndale Score 6 9 6 9
The last event of the day boys doubles vs as also xx on bv Arcata Ross
Sutherland and James Baldwm of Arcata defeatmg Lee Collms and Chester
johnson of Ferndale by the score of 9 7 7 5
Summary of Athlet1c League Events
Arcata and Ferndale are tled for first place ln the league standlng each
school w1nn1ng two first places
Arcata has champlonshlp honors 1n football and tennls vthlle Ferndale
has basket ball and track to 1ts cred1t Both schools haxe won one game of
baseball Xhltll two xet to be play ed Un the outcome of the two remamm
games depends the champ1onsh1p of the Humboldt County H1gh School Ath
let1c and Debat1ng League
Eureka has to 1tS credlt the champxonshlp ln debatmg
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'lhe custom o ext ,
profitable one In the first plwce It puts the Qtudents of YHTIOUS 1I'l9t1l1l1t1OI'1S
ln touch xuth one wnother Pup1l m one p1rt of the State are able to find out
what studente ln wnother SCLUUU 1re ClOIIl0' m '1 hteriry way Agam, lt tends
to foeter 1 NCUQC ni prlde 'md to mcrefwe Qchool Qp1r1t
The exehtnfre hst lil each pwper IN of qrewt nnportance The edxtor of
that speeml dtp1rtxncnt h ms looked our numerous hooks ind h'1s qu en hrs
estnnate ot thtm CFIIILISIII IN 'mln 'us helplul 'md Should he eneouriqed for
a future stmft IN Lertim to profit hx ldndlx 'md useful Quqgeouonq
X5 1 gentril CI'lt1Cl51Il of the x e'1r N exchanges I would suggest the ehnn
nitxon of adx ertlxements from the front P156 and cox er of the paper, ab they
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The 'XX 1ld Cat Lox Gato Cal Hou lack 1 hterarx department A
few more cute would 'add to xour p'1per
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The Cogswell Q I' fSeptemberj The Ixmth Panel a well wrltten
story It would be better to devote a page 1n the front of your book for the
The qotoyoman Ilealdsburg More cuts would unproxe your paper
loshes should be under the josh column and not under orffanlzatlons
The liar Darter it Helena Congratulatlons to you for your new
Hrgh Qchool XX here are your artlsts?
The Enterprlse Petaluma Xour book rs ont or our best exchanges
We enjoy readlnff lt Come agam
Tomahawk Ferndale Cal The 1911 class should be proud of the
Tomahawk Your storles and cuts are eacceptlonally good
Redwood Chlps Crescent Clty Cal Rn mterestmg paper from cover
to coyer It was yerx good of the lower classes to assxst rn the drfferent de
The Qxbyl Rn ersxde VX here rs your table of contents? Exchange de
partment shows careful work
qequoya Redwood Cxtv Cal The Commencement number hasnt a
hterary department X our cuts are few and far between
Qardmal and XX hute NN hlttler Cal The shape of your paper could be
unprox ed The materxal of the dlfferent departments I9 crowded
'I he Oracle Kern County Cal X ou lack a table of contents The car
toons are well adapted to the dlfferent departments
Magnet Selma Cal The shape of the paper makes xt awkward to
handle The materlal rs xery well arranged
Zephyr Gllroy Cal VVhere IS your hterary department?
The Wrlmerclxng Lrfe Q F The mater1al of your book IS well ar
ranged The exchange column shows careful work
The Red and VX h1te Compton The paper would be better lf It were
narrower and lonffer
The Echo Turners Talls Mass Cuts would add to the appearance
of your paper Why not put exchange joshes among the adys and not 1n
the exchange department An mdex rs also nussmg
The qearthhght Qan Rafael Pal The Commencement rssue of the
class of 1911 19 splendrd The cuts are neatlv gotten up The exchange col
umn 19 especrally good
Olla Podrlda Berkeley Cal As a whole your papers are very good
Manzanxta XVatsonv1lle Cal YVhere 19 vour lrterarv department?
The Owl Fresno Cal Vyfe haye nothmg but praxse for you Your
drawings could not be better
Megaphone Fortuna Cal Your paper IS eaccellent VX e have no Cfltl
cxsms to offer
We acknowledge wlth thanks the followmg The Renew The Far
arttr at Oak you llf tmpt Normal Stuc ent ot
pourrx Totem Polytechmc and CI'lI11SOI'l and Gold
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Alumm smce the class of 1891 the hrst to be graduated from the Arcata Hlgh
CLASS OF 1897
lessle lohall No ales .ATI7
Patrrck lro an lxorbel Cal
Harry 1 merson lxeutenant 'lt lort leawenvworth Kan
'Nlrs Dorus Knee Clara llannal l urcl '1 Cal
Mrs Sam Lvtle Knee 1 essrc lordj Putler X alley Cal
Charles Orrnan Palo Xlto Cal
Alex Todd Proprretor or a Iurmture store Arcata Cal
CLASS OF 1898
Owen Hanson P
Ben Lord Eureka Cal
Frank 'Inpp Engaged m laundry business Auburn
CLASS OF 1899
Frank D Lord Deceased
Frank Stern 'Wlth the Humboldt Commrssxon Co Eure
VITQIHIH Todd Nt home rn Arcata Cal
VVm Yocom Sprxng X alley XR ater Co Perkelev Cal
Mrs Forsythe Knee Katherme Campbellj Scotxa Cal
CLASS OF 1901
Nlary H Campbell Deceased
Chas 'Xloonex 1 l1XS1C1'lFl 1 lue 1 ake C11
Fdgar Stern Xxlllll Humboldt Commx sron Co Fureka Cal
loc Nloonex San 1 rancxsco C11
CLASS OF 1902
'Nlarthe I Chevret Teacher an the Eureka 111 h School Eureka
Mrs C Conmck Knee Certrude Cooper1 Eureka Cal
Edward Lord Berkelex C11
AI'Cl'l1lJ'llflNlOOY1Cj 1 ms Xn eles Cl
Mrs 1 Hefferman Knee Rerta Nlx er 1 Portland Ore
Ola Putnam Teacher 1n Furel a Cal
CLASS OF 1903
Edwm L Parnes Dccea ed
Fred C Newman Surx exor Furel a Cal
-Xndrew ll Chrr tmnsen 1 1
John G Neuman Farmer Nlendocrno Cal
CLASS OF 1904
Clarence H 'Newman Farmer Dxerxxlle Cal
Nlrs Chester Hunn Knee le re UCL ormackl Honolulu
Lmda C Campbell 'leather lane Lreek
Nlls H Nlmor Knee Nlarx 1 lx1er1 lon Reach Cal
Helen P Nlorrrson Teacher -Xrcata Cal
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CLASS OF 1905
James A Hadley Phxs1c1an Arcata Cal
Leo Se1clell Knee lthel C Campbell Lake I ra1r1e Cal
'Wm Glox er Knee less1e Dodgel Arcata Cal
rs M D Campbell Knee Georgxa Spaldmgj W'1lbur VVash
Fountam Knee May Stockj Blue Lake Cal
El1zabeth Olsen Teacher at F1eldbrook Cal
CLASS OF 1906
Mrs T Peterson Knee Marv Mc'Xl1llanD Eureka a
Rush Dolson Berkeley Cal
Antone Houda Folsom Cal
CLASS OF 1907
loseph1ne Houda Xttendmq Eureka Busmess College Eureka Cal
Charles Kasch Studym lan at llarx ard College
Daphne Parton Teacher Arcata Cal
Eva Houda Attendmg U C
Xlphlld Kall trom Xt home 111 l Ill-lCl'1llOll7 Lal
Margaret Haugh Teacher lanes Creek
Clara McCreery Teacher Arcata Cal
Emlly 'Nlvcon ASSlSl3I'lt IH the Prxmarx Traxmng School San Ose
Granv1lle XVood Enrolled at Stanford Umverslty
CLASS OF 1908
Mary Bull At home 1n Arcata
Dora Garcelon Colusa Cal
lmrl K raham lL1Cl1CI' 111 S111 Trmcxsco Cal
Earl M Slmms farmer Modesto Cal
CLASS OF 1909
.luamta Durdan Employed 1n postoiiclce Arcata Cal
Em1lv Power Teacher Blue Lake Cal
Anna Sweet Xttendm San lose Normal
Xlar1e X731SS3KlC Lnrolled at L C
CLASS OF 1910
Everett Quear Attendmg Eureka Busmess College
Zcha X .nssade Xt endm L C
Lett1e Dunham Emplox ed at N W P Rarlroad depot
Yetta Bull Attendmb Xl1lls College
LXCl13. Blake News reporter for llumboldt T1mes Arcata Cal
Xtlant Roberts Xt home Xrcata Cal
Pearl Garcelon Attendmg U C
Ernest Sweet Employ ed 1n the Internal Revenue OHICC Sacramento
CLASS OF 1911
Verna Hanson Employ ed as operator at P T Sz T Co s OEICC Arcata
Ben X alssadc Xrcata L al
Ruth K1mball Emplox ed at Br1zard s store Arcata Cal
Zella Graham Attendmg San lose Normal
XV1n1fred Barter Xt l1ome IH Arcata Cal
Eleanor Dod e Xttendmb M1lls College
Clara Mahoney Teachmg at Xlaple Creek
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a lJC'l.llllflll refl color the cochmeal buff Tlns IQ xxhat the ladles use for
p'11nt1nff ll1ClI' cheelxs and hps
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of k1s51ng a bug
M155 XV Cbumpmg mto the p1llar lfl tl1e basementj Oh' pardon me
In the Phx s1cs laboratory Vera xx 'ts lxneelmg by the table trymg to catch
the sound of a xx atcl1 xx h1le lames I "llClXXlI1 xx as Qltllllg bv her lI'l 1 cha1r
Students Oh Vera' Ewen 1f lt 19 leip x ear I xxoulclnt do that here
She Wondered Why They Laughed
M155 L fCl1SCl19Q11'lU cinalsj ll hen a chllcl I used to stand and xxatc.h
the boats draxxn bv the mules go doxxn the canals but t1me5 have changed
greatly smce 1830
a lxcr 5 tr'm5l1t1o11 ot the tolloxxm lu chexeux ICFIHSCS I 111r stanc
mg on endl The horses shxvered
M155 W Cm Pl'lX91CSJ Fur felt fe1thers etc make very warm cover
mqs because they are poor conductors of heat 'md tlll1S prexent the escape
of heat from the boflv
james I3 Quppose thev lxeep 1n too much heat?
H155 XV Oh' xxe can all stand more or less hot a1r
Audrex I am gomg to Italv next xacatlon
Ernest S If you eat much more you xx1ll go to Greece
Sante Lookmg out of the xyrncloxx
M155 XV Qaxe h'1x en t xou anxthmg to play xx1th'P
Save Cdraxxmg forth from l'llS pocket 1 lxmfe some na1l5 and a small ham
M155 NV Ch' I guess you haxe enough to amuse you for a l1ttle xxhxle
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Hallowe en SOCIRIP He took hls g1rl by the arm and led her off tl1e stage It
seemed so natural
Georgza C Of course xxe knoxx lt seemed natural to you
Mr W fzn Geometry classj M155 Douarm xx l1at does the term lemma
M155 D fln a thoughtful moodj Qomethmg you squeeze I thmk
7 Trlley fI'rench 03 Paul xx as the son of a lllCtIlClI'1C ITICCICCIH
M155 C The son of a xxhat?
W T Er Oh the son of a country doctor
ames B Cnotlcmg tl1e amount of xxater gomg through one of the road
crossmgs last Iebruaryj Gee' but 1511 t that culxert awfully full though?
qtocks It s been out all n1ght no xx onder
Ahce H freadmg IH S1r Roger de CQ Perpetuates our an1mo51t1es
w1dens our breaches
M155 C Explam that please
Ahce It lt means It makes fllC1I' trousers broader
Herr Saxe d1d qu1t the German class
But back he came one dax alas'
The teacher was surprlsed at It
For she xxas sure her charge had qu1t
She told h1m so and asked h1m why
He gazed at l1er and looked so shy
Your loxe for me IS much too great
Mr 'W f1n Chemxstryj Lesley xx hy don t vou use hard water to wash
Lesley G I don t know because I don t xx ash very often
Cragen Hello Bxlll been plavmg tcnms?
Carroll Yothmg of the kmd I xe been r11s1ng a racket
Marxe Dodge to M155 C XVhat does th1s cr1t1c15m on my paper mean?
can t read rt
M155 C That means xxrxte leg1bly
Senlor Haxe you seen Arthur?
I'resh1e Arthur xx ho?
bemor Xrtl1urn1omcter Fxchan e
IXell1e flooklng 1n o11e ofthe store xx mdoxxsll Oh QIFIS look at the beau
txful Mohaxe blankets fNIean1ng 'Xaxajoj
Professor flll CIXICSI 'xlr l?'1ldxx1n xxhx IS It xxrong that Congress does
not meet for SIICII a long t1me after '1 Congressman IS elected?
ames B He rmght the before he gets 1nto OITICC
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Ida Coxercome xxlth hystermsl X e s ma am
'XI1ss L KU and 'NT Hlstorxl The CTFFOCIO of the Lombard League IS
hke the Israehtes Ark of the Cox enant 'NI1ss Harlan please tell me what
ark th1s IS
Gertrude Noah s ark I guess
Nlr VV faddresslnq the schoolj XVhat song shall xxe smg next?
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Stock 91x lrm do xou knoxx xxhere I can fret some barometer paper?
XX IQC Qemor XX hat s lnrometer paper?
Stock X ou put 1t on the xxmdoxv s1ll and 1f It gets xxtt 1tS rammg and
1 It stays dry xt s good xx eather
W T1l1ey s Lament
The xxorld 15 a xcrv funny place
As you can plamly see
If xve were alloxx ed to k1ss the qlrls
lloxv pleasant 1t would be
M1ss XX flll Phx SICQU qDC"llx1llQ' ot the effect of TU0lQtL1l"C on tempera
ture Qarah do xo11 expect frost on 1 Clear or '1 cloudy nlffht?
Sarah th1nl mg of Qutrol Not at '1ll noxx
lNI1ss C Mn Qophomore lTIlf"'l1 hl 'Nl1ss Xcorn please QIVC xour fOp1C
Efhe Don t knoxx It I left It l1on1e sol couldn t study It
'Hr NX 1n CIXICQ Trnest xx hat classes of people can nex er be natural
Ernest Q1mple nnnded people
M1ss XV 'Nfr l?1lrlxx1n xxl1'1t IS cold?
Mr B lt I9 1 llllIll1S QLl'l.!'lf1ty of heat
Nl1ss C Ctran l'lllIlU Trench for lames X5 'Wy heart 1s completely Hlled
xvlth loxe for xou
Ln cs from mg lwxe o Xf nts l H1s poor g'L1lClC l'lllI'I'lCd bac
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C C ltrms 1t1 ff Duro erepztant uh xolnere malat flux hone
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One dm Irma Tones x,'1s 'zs cro '1 three st1cks
Because Ross Qutherland xx as 11p to h1s tr1cks
Qo l1e xx ent to NI1 s XX1lk1n on and made a complamt
That the xngghng of Ross xxould try any Sillllt
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1 Davld Harum Inventor of Harem Skrrt
2 La Follette A Frenchman runnrng for Presrdent of IJ S xs Taft
3 jane Addams A great actress
4 Burbank Promment vegetarxan
Talk about your talk abouts
Your water falls and water spouts
Ive seen the Hangmg Gardens and P153 s Leanrng Tower
The Aurora Borealxs and the rambow through a shovxer
Ive wondered at the Pyram1ds and felt Nxagara s spray
But there s somethmg n1ce rxght near at home
Its Moonl1ght on the Bay
I stood on the wharf at ITl1flfllg'lIt
As the clock was strlkmg twelxe
And the moon rose over the mud Hats
Where the clams and oysters delxe
I could track the cunmng oysters to tl'lC1I' downy httle beds
VVhere they lay rn peaceful slumber VVlth the moonbeam
The Rape of the Lock cwlth Apologres to Popej
Sweet Ana to the pleasure of jrm A
Possessed three curls whrch she supposed would stay
Wh1ch hangmg from her lovely head d1d deck
Wrth beauteous tresses brown her swan llke neck
But when to m1sch1ef Satan turned Txm s mlnd
Two naughty fingers drawn forth from behmd
Wxth one dread stroke the sacred curls d1d sever
From her farr head forever and forever
But fiery flames came leapmg from her eves
And shrleks of anger throu h the halls d1d rxse
Reluctantly the curls Jxm d1d extend
And Ana Lucxnda IS once more h1sfr1end
Im nexther a Keats nor a Longfellow
Nor am I a Hawthorne or Burns
I would not be one lf I could be
For poetry my heart never y earns
I could never keep pace VV1th a Bvron
Nor could I outstrrp a Scott
I don t belxeve rn gxrls tryrng
Ever to be what they re not
I d rather keep house and wash dlshes
And tend to the chrckens and such
But as for wrxtmg poetry excuse me
That s askmg a httle too much
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Talk about the beauty of your wxde spreaclmg wood
Ive somethmg here whlch IS also qulte good
Lovers may spoon neath the clear starry sky
The poets and barcls smg of sweet bye and bye
XVe tramp o er the meadow at mornmg and exe
Two jolly good frxends you well may beheve
XVh1le Susie was talkmg thls br1ght sunny day
Maude stood ln the barnyard just crunchmg her hay
M1lton may be Wrxght Rhea may be Sage Loftus may be Grey and even
Saxe a Graeter but you bet Charlne IS Ma honey
XX hen Frost gets hght
XVhen Sapp s runnmg
XVhen Stocks become green
XX hen b1rds smg sweet Carrolls
XVhen Mae draws near
XX hen the Campbells are commg
XX hen Ford IS shallow
XVhen love is ln Greenwood
XValker dreams of an aftxrnty
That he can love to mfmxty
Phvsxcs Professor falter long wmded proofl Xnd now gentlemen we
get X equal to zero
Sleepy XOICC Cfrom the rear of the room Gee' all that work for nothing
Llke Son L1ke Father
he must take a XVl'l1pp1l'lg
He Flew upstairs and hld 1n the farthest corner IH the room under the bed
Soon after when the bovs father came home the mother told hlm what
had occurred Parental justlce 'tt once went upstalrs and proceeded to crawl
under the bed tow ard the youngster who whlspered excitedly Hello pop IS
she after you too? Exchange
Where He Got It
Teacher Wow XX1ll1e where dld you get that chewing gum? I want
XV1ll1e You dont want the truth teacher an Id rather not tell a he
Teacher How dare you say I dont want the truth' Tell me at once
where vou got that chewmg gum
XV1ll1e Lnder your desk Exchange
The Eternal Questron.
XX 1ll1e Teacher says we re here to help others
Pa Of course we are
XV1l11e XX ell w hat are others here for? Exchange
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To Uur Friends ln
Arcata and Vlcmzty
ust a Word of appreclatlon for the splendld
buslness support whlch you have accorded us
your Home johhers and graduates of
your home schools and a gentle remmder
that we are strll pleasmg our trade with
the ualrty brands of grocerles on wluch
Red Rlbbon Brand
Blue Ribbon Brand
Blue Bell Corn
Mlkado Oys ers
Ask Yo r G ocer
Humboldt Commercial Co
Wholesale Grocers Eureka
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HUMBOLDT S MOST MODERN AND UP TO DATE HOTEL
AND SUMMER RESORT
Rooms Sxngle or En Sulte xx 1th Prlx ate Bath lf deslred
Table Servlce Unsurpassed
Banquets and Automoblle Partles bn en specxal attentxon
Swlmmmg Pool Tenms Court P1cn1c Grounds Open an'
Danclng Platform Horseback Riding FlShlI'lg
Largest Chxcken Ranch m the County run by the Company
Rates-S2 00 per day and upwards
Specxal rates by the week or month
D W DAVIS Manager
KORBEL Humboldt County CALIFORNIA
Termmus of Arcata 81 M R Rallroad
AMUSEMENTS AT HOTEL KORBEL.
THOMAS BAIR Pr dent
SYLVESTER MYERS V e P c lde t
WESLEY W STONE C shxcr
CAPITAL 3100 000
SURPLUS 3100 000
A rcata California
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T R EMERSON
REAL ESTATE LOANS and INSLRANCE
The Beautxful Style W
322 417 G STREET
Conslder the Comfort of Electrlclty
ln Your Home
Fxreless Electnc Stoves
Electrlc Flat Irons
hghte but there are many elec Electric Toasters
Host every home has electr1c
trlc appllances XNIIICII add rmtlx Sewing M3ChmC M0t0fS
to the comfort and com emence of Lseful
the home Always Ready
NEW BUSINESS DEPARTMENT
Westem States Gas Sz Electrlc Co
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The Elhs System of Atcual Busmess hs tau ht by usj ls the
most remarkable and thorough method now m use IH any Busmess
The woun man or xx oman Who Knows How IS a graduate of the
Eureka LUSIIICSS College
Pxtman and Gregg Shorthand Touch Typewrxtmg Day and
212 E STREET EUREKA CAL
C I CR ADDOCK Prlnclpal
The J C Bull Jr Co
XX IIOLLSALII AND RE FAIL BLTCHERS
Averell 8z Greenwald
XIIQNS lXD POXS
ARC ATA CALIFORNIA
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THE PI RCE TO BLK XOLR DRLGQ
Chemlcals or Arlxcrtlscd Patent Mechcmes
Also School looks and School Supphcs
ll l of Dukes Iamxly Remcchcs
A fu me
Also Dr Davld Roberts Vetermary Remedies and Conkeys
Agents for Paclfic Coast Steams up
Phone 791 ARCATA CALIF
Archle Canepa s
YOUNG 'WEN S LP TO DATE
NN EARIXC' Xl PARISL
KUPPEN HEINIER CLOTHIYG
432 SECOND STREET EUREKA CALIF
REDWOOD CREEK HUMBOLDT COUNTY
Good Huntmg Good F1sh1
By auto from Eureka ZZ hours
Da1lv mall both ways
RATES S1000 PER VN EEK
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Does deetructron Qeem to lurk
Don t bellexe xt' go to work'
Frght xt out'
Dqnger ottcn turnq 'md fl1es
Irom 'L steady pur of eyes
un 'llsx us 1 IIIIIPN
From 'Ln undefr ated he nrt
he t ns Illl
Do not doubt
That the world e IH nex er touc
Flght It out'
D0 the portile of your brain
Never let them thue remaxn
Push them back'
Do not glxe the ellfortfx o er
If they number hmlf 'L Score
VVhen 'L hundred of them faxl
Then a thous md IYIIQIIC prex ul
Germs beneath a clod must Ile
Ere they Sprout'
You m'1v bloesom by and by
Flght lt out'
All the leseons of the tlme
Twlch us falr
l'1s L blunder md a. erxme
XVhen we sufftr tus to bless
Other moments ruth sueeesq
I rom our lrwsrq we mn true
QUIIICIIIIIIL, lnftter IH thexr place
Surrm to shout
Don t gnc- up untvl you due
Flght rt out'
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You Bet I
FOUGIIT IT OUT "
If I h'1dn't what do you spoee would
hue become of the
MFRCH ANT TAILOR
Fmest Imported and Domestlc Sultmgs
XVork Done Promptly and Satlsfactorlly
SOUTH SIDE OF PLAZA ARCATA CALIFORNIA
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Remember It xxlll be to your adx antage
to call on
C H WRIGHT
209 F STREET EUREKA, CALIF
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Furniture from J. A. Todd's
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H111 last a l1fet1me and alvxays be a comfort
and pleasure to you 111 xour home
DRY 50005' A190471
The Bank of Eureka,
Commcrmal Bankmg Nlodcrn Methods
Capltal qurplus and Profits S364 O00
ASQOCl3tEd xx 1th
The Savmgs Bank of Humboldt County
fStr1ctly q1x111 s
Cap1tal Reserxe and Profits S700 O00
crust 111111 U11 Su 111 s Mun
Bankmg Quarters Corner E and Th1rd Streets EUREKA CAL
po IIOYS lherc ls 1 ood T61 011 for tl11 It1s tl11s Thex lux e iound
th1t the road to xx qalth IS lax the xx ay ot the bank aecc11111t 'md thqt xxe
bx our llIlll0I'I'I1ltX crmsc xat1xc metlmfl fur courtc Jus trmtment of
our customer our teaclx mcrcase 111 strcnbth ll3X C prox en that tl11s 1
the place to Open that iccount
Our SCFXICG IS xours to command
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SILXI RXX XRI XND SII VER NOX FLIIFS
A Blg Stock to Select From
Our repalr department IS complete and all work 15 guaranteed
XFIISIIC tn raxm free on all goodi sold
THE LEADING JEWELRY STORE OF ARCATA
F E Morrel
THF -XLI IANCE INIPI I NITXT IDFAI ER
Sells the Improx ed L mted Statee Cream Separator Chand and power
XIII Ol'Il'l'1CIx Hou ere and Rakex
Also Other Good Llnes
Shop and Salesroom at ALLIANCE
Telephone Wam 434
Humbolcli Cooperczge Co
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AIIIIIIIIZICIIITCTS of all kinds of
TIG I'I' 1 .I .. f' 'Eff
and Ilealing '
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Do Your Traclmg
at the Quality Store
XX hart xou xxlll fiml almost trx tllm that um max want of tlc
very HIGHLST GRADE and OL XLITX sold at the
lowest poss1ble prlces
EX ERE THING CARRIFD IN XXX LINK
XX e only ask for a trral order
Humboldt lVIanufactur1ng Company
Arcata F rult Store
Vegetables Fru1ts Ice Cand1es Nuts Cxgars Tobacco
Plpes Paste Goods Fme Swxss Cheese
Soft Drmks of all kmds Etc
ARCATA CALIF Phone Mam
XX hen trax clmgf trax el m safetx and comfort ox er e
Southern PaClflC Company Llnes
New Automatlc Slgnal System protects you at all tlmes
lntormatlon reqarclm rites routmq and all matters
pcrtamm to trax el secured at
Southern Pacxfic Commerclal Agency
W R R Depot EUREKA CALIF
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BAQEB ALL QLI PLIES
HIGH SCHOOI BOOKS
THI IIONIE OI OL XLITX CANDY
The Memory of Johnsons Chocolate Bon Bons lmgers long
ICF CREAM SODAS
ON THE SQUARE ARCATA CALIF
F I REED SHOP H R REED
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H R Reed
O K Machme Shop and Garage
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Agency for Reo Auto Sausfactlon Guaranteed
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true p rtrut br1r1g,111g ut 111 thats best
111 character and 1nd1x1c1ual1ty
H A Sorenson
Ed V PFICC 8: Co s
Ta11ored to 'Nfeasure Clothmg a Qpeclalty
Comer Nmth and H Streets ARCATA CALIF
Hearizesz' Congraiulaizons fo
Car 1912 Graduates
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"THE MENS FURNISIIERH
Robert H Bohmansson
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500 THIRD STREET
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Department Store Departrnent Store
The Popular Smoke House
Up to Date Club Rooms
Cards and Pool
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THE ARCATA UNION
Pubhshgd lwery Thurqdfzy
It Pays to Advertise
Frank W Belcher
Fxre Lxfe Marme Automob1le
Acc1dent Plate Glass Llabllxty Surety Bonds
Prompt and courtemw attentlon to all detzuli of the msurance needs of
the agency s cllents wxll be gnen
313 G STREET EUREKA CALIF
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AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAIN
Flrst Class Meals and Rooms Pr1ees Reasonable
SANIPI E ROONIS FOR CONINIERCI-XL TRAY ELERS
Free Bus to all Trams Pxrst Class Bllllard Parlors
Phone Mam 231 ARCATA CALIF
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Corner 13th and G Street, Arcata Callforma
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Arcata and Mad Rlver R R
PASSENGER TRAIN SCHEDULE
BETWEEN KORBEL AND ARCATA
In Effect Nlaj. 14th 191'
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Trams make connectxon at Arcata wmth h W P trams to or from Eureka
Excursxon round tmp tlckets sold to and from all Sf'll10I19 on Saturdavs good goxng
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This schedule xs subJect to chsnge wxthout previous notice
H W JACKSOW
Vxee Prenden! and General Msnsger
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QUALITY OUR WATCHWORD
PRESCRIPTIONS OUR SPECIALTY
WATERMAN S SECURITY
Seely 8: Trtlow Company
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BROWN 5STAR SHOES
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Best of C1 ars Tooacco and Smokers Supphes
EAST SIDE PLAZA ARCATA CALIF
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The Young Man s Store
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The Arcata Pastlme
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Full value for both s1des of your d1 e
Heeoouuters for all School Supphes
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Mrs G S Conmck
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Blue Lake Cahf
Sunset and Bllk 111+-phone serxw
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Clarence M Mercer
IIIXSICIXX XND SLRGPON
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Ohice Pythian Casrle Alcata Cahf
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