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ii .m-- WHAT WESTON DID
SUPPLIED THE O. R. A. N.
ie China Bargains.
rprising values in China Ware and Glass Vre, and
hes of all kind. These lines are the daintiest ami
1st attractive that has ever been shown in the city.
-:Mhm1i.1...i1 1 1 1.
' reach, and fuel l8 sold At from
to $l.5 per cord. There are two
saw mills on Weaton mountain, one
;ot large capacity.
j Land.lmprovcd land ranges In'
price from $20 to 50 per nerv ae-
WITU Ar,ltTD-i-.o,n . ; 1 .mvivi mm U1SIIRT
nmutK irom inc railroad. Ther la nn v
Old Age V
... wvm vmv iurvnu. more i no va- r -. .
oeScriPuve;,r-TUr,at? iir 2S'Paulc s Cdcry impound the Greatest Nerve Tonic
Dinner Plates $J.J9 a set.
Cups and Saucers to match t.75 a set.
Dessert Plates "
The Railroad Asked tor
Matter of the County of Umatilla seoksrs without means to come hen(
, and Got It.
' some weeks s;
' Railroad and Navi
the company's aeent at nnv ,mn)'r": M PP"MCho8 paradise In s omt organ I predisposed to destuv
.it..i j ."'.. nn runatn. iHr anil firs I ion
B,"lL,,,atr r,B' ,r rompound u t and town In th w.d s
nee, tho Orvcon : " 2. j. . ... " e saw fhw ionic ever Riven to ta United talc.
Ration Coraivaiu,;.r"V' "T ,no. nm wnbo.wirw u in pntniUrtr Rctlr Mr. KawlA OrUIL at
Inc matter from.:.." V. . V " . n- w mi- mkicih ra : vraount y.ir, writes te tt
f.OO a set. t
.45 a set. J
a iet. X
reamers 33c, 35c and 48c each, t
would be taken and distributed fret
llCt CVer It W: llld do thi mn. , f
in the east. Such a request was ro-T'cttv "ST vn -tti ,
i COlved bv th Cam
- . i non- town nrtntv Kitnnimi a.. tt,e
uu aciou on. out no nteratun? de- ,,., nf ' " V V, ' ; "
scriptlve of the country has been ' the lthi inflnHtiT . f.
Plied In response thereto. However. vTl ln. . nt .nh 1a,,llt f
the little town of Weston responded . torf!? Jl hZun vAKnH
promptly to the WU harlng had I JKlkS" fl"
yuiuiuiv wus suni wie comitonv tor
I can rvcuMwpnJ 1te''.4 Cifcy
wstr land commands from S to I'atne' Olw CNphU reW.-. a aw kitti .i.,..., .w-Ts
vlKtrous oW nc jhIW. U keep frw yr Fw .ri eea ihottah
Yf rtn I. t 4 sH-d MtiiliA,
f.-r ftt'tHrtttr la a rai wr tl4)i
rofr. an.t I ar a . At,.
liese goods must be cleared out AT VERY LOW
PRICES. CALL AND SEE THEM.
Traffic Manager of the Har-
.Ines Office in Chicago.
f confirmation comes from the
Traffic Manager Benjamin
of the O. R. & N. Company,
selected by Mr. Stubbs to
mt traffic director of the
lines. For some -weeks Mr.
'has been in Chicago asslst-
ic Manager atmiDs, ana nas
Iducting" the office most of
fsince Mr. Stubbs' serious at-
llness in December. The offl
plar announcing the appolnt-
Ithe new oflicial will not be
ktil March 1.
Imation Is given as to who
EIr. Campbell's successor as
inager of the O. R. & N
what readjustments will be
by his removal to Chicago,
that no decision on these
lhas been made and that it
Th Uaatern Or.
' U.MAT,;.1A COUNTY-TM. Is JiATZ
mr-mrnvm V-l H1 t'
... ... iiLvaimviu roimuts in j imirire. aim win nn mote Into a
prosperous Oregon, and ranks nrst of 1 mmino new school bulldln.
i'"Hicuon. us area is mere is also an excellent luiMIe
i 322fl square miles, and Its population, school. Weston has uior brick total-
.inTnims iu uiu ihsi census. IS J.- i UCS hlllldllici hnn nv (,..., .... li...
Hfltn9rlm)n 6iA A V , 1 ,101)"ln i0U is b0,loVini l !,c,ap ro8t rf iwpulatlon, and Its
UCDdnillBlli ufOiES t " A' 8PVoraI th0,,snrt morP- Whom attractive homi are surround! by
r vpfb viwi m 4, ls thtf stn,,,p rro., nnd Un)nUl)n cou. Kreen lawns. Th vnr.u i'
1 ty produces between four and Ave j and nearly evry resident has a Rr'
1 million bushels every year, or about den. Weston ban a brickyard which
' ir ceni 01 uio total crop r tuo j irouuees rour million brick evorj
I United States. Hrnley. oats, ryo and year, and employes about in men
may be some weeks before they are ' t,ur cereals are also successfully t for seven months In the year. It has
Benjamin Cnmpbell was born at
Liberty, Ind., June 10. 1858. He en
tered the railway service in 1875 as
telegraph operator for the Cairo &
Vincennes railway. He had been con-
raised and nearly all kinds of fruits
and vegetables. The south end of
the county, with alfalfa covored creek
bottoms, is devoted largely to cattle
and sheep raising, tho cast onl Is
noted for its splendid who.it. i. 1 for
secutively from 1876 to 1SS4 operator, ' tlie flne fruits produced in the beau
station agent, traveling freight ngent!tiful valley or the Walla Walla,
and general agent, for the Minneapo-i Weston, Oregon, is located In the
lis, St. Paul & Sioux City railway, i eastern portion of Umntilla county,
now a part of the Chlcaco. St. Tanl. 1 on the Snoknnn branch of I he O. It. A.-
n flouring mill and two ebon mills
nnd one of the latter has ordered th
machinery for tho mnnuincluro of
corn meal. There are four churches
here, and numerous lodge societies.
The city' tlnances are In excellent
shape. Its floating debt Is small, and
city script Is In demand nt par. Tho
municipal tax Is never more than
live mills annually.
Information. if special Inorinatinn
In an Meal I lb shm-vm jrstM Ih a norm I rn
mu ur uuk. it kp ti dixi
lv orRntts lM pffrl coMHiH- It
kwrK Ih ittw and Vdny attir-
and In prfwt hnlth ; It nTil,.
Vf ftbim a wU a mnmi ahrv
nnA olhr tiMH. H ktH Ike -rv.
fore (rof, It aldt diction it
Hla1t9 th-h, pure kktod and nt.
ttfith tu tbtHw In whm the w i
ftw of In kuiuiit NMy hnre .- ..,
t t tiftntrnt or th lru!"
cOmuiftH to old l'nin,s i:. n
CotutwiiMd to th fitit-t wi !
WUUam IV Hoe wit en ani kit umr-.
were the lrt whitt tt'w of "
town that te ne tke elt ef (ius
l ha had a ton And Yntful li'.
Ills trade Was that of n brlrkmv -lle
fnusht with t ami' l
from ISfil to lSfl. Ho bed ir't. u
ly seen service in tho Mxlrn v(
In the forll He has hold m"
cnl ortleen tf trnal. nnd there til r
bettw known man lu Vobraxkn tlav
"It Rives me great pliwmuev he
wrot in a letter on October U last
"to attest the piod qualities of
Maine's ('elery ComHiund. I bato
UNed It for years, and It has never;
fane -ru-it t.
a part of the Northwestern system.
In 1884 he took service with the
Union Pacific as general agent at
Portland, Or. Ho was made general
freight agent or the 0. It. & N. in
1SSG, which position he held until
1894, when he was made genernl traf
fic manager of the company.
It is believed that the retirement of
Mr. Campbell will bring about several
changes in the traffic department of
the O. R. & N. When R. B. Miller
was made general freight ami passen
ger agent of the Southern Pacific
Minneapolis & Omaha road, which isjCo.. midway between Pendleton and is desired H contained in this brief
Wiilla Wnlln. It is a pleasant anO j ""to to .secretary Hoard of
prosperous community, with a popu- j Tro''1'- Weston. Oregon.
latlon of about SCO. Surrounding it i
is the very best wheat land In the im-1 The Last Heard of It.
mense grain belt of the great Inland1, My mti0 boy took the croup on
Empire: it lies in tho richest pnrt of, night nnd soon grew so bad you could
the rich empire whore wheat Is king, j hear him brcntho all over tho house."
and crops hero never fall. ; snvs P. n Reynolds. Mansfield, O
Clmate The weather Is neither e.-: "Wo feared ho would dlo, but a few
tremely cold in winter nor oppres-1 doses of One Minute Cough Cure
sively hot in the summer. During quickly rolloved him and ho went to
July and August tho mercury some-1 sloop. That's the last wo board of
times i culie- ion degrees above zero, j 'be croup. Now Isn't a coucl. curt
but the cool nlnht mitigate the bent. 1 liUo ,,int valuable?" One MlnuU
lines in Oregon last summer, thus The winters are almost Invariably Cough Cure Is absolutely safe tnd acti
leaving vacant the position of assis- j mild, and in the spring nnd fall tho I ,,",llu,J"ll0,V,,, ouS". C(,1U8. cro"l'
tant general freight agent of the O. , weather is simply perfect. There! srlj "ronc-hlt's and all other throat
R. & N.. H. M. Adams, general agent is always sufflciwnt moisture to in-1 , JU?B . . . i ?.MCor.t.? 1? c,lr'
at Spokane, was prominently talked ! sure good crops, and irrigation is un-. . ,lol" J"1 I"?.n
failed to holp mo. While I am per
haps the oldest resident of tho city.
I am In good health. I have novnr
found It necessary to take any other
Nothing has even nppronchml
Pnlno'a Celery Compound In Its pow
er of building up weakened mrv
tissues and glvlnn utreiiKth to tho
tired body. In severe cases of per
sllnl hortilaehen. dvupopsln, nei
rnlgln and sliHplessness. due to n rr
ous feebleness, I'alne's Celery Com
pound has n record of rapid nnd Inst
lug cures that omlirnron every city
nr iUfjii.I t uiv vk rout ittir
anm n! n tuy whi. h bliv U
ihe reili id im uitng l4ih Calory
lHlKIllinl It It a HTM Iirip to iu,
and I liupe uriiy ld irou will uo
it a ad It uvitd ttkurit and imffaf
(llrw ik nrr a etmna l raeov
nr. and hm mitm body will regain
1U kAllti AHd utrnA'A- Palme's
(Vlry t'emiwund I Mlin't fol
for lb rv.
of for the position, with promotions necessary. Cyclones, bltwiida and
for Robert Burns at AValla Walla and droughts are unknown.
A. MucCorquodale. This slate was Crops. Wheat is the loading crop
subsequently disarranged by the con-! in the Weston neighborhood . Tho
the Hair grow. Clears
mplexion. Softens and
is the Hands. Preserv.es
beautifies the skin of In-
olulclr nurt. delicnttlr mtdlcmtcd. larrrUinclr
cimniiiti Soap ii not onlr the mnit cmesciout
EriS.ni and beaulifien, but Ihe puitil nd iweet-
fcrywhe-e. HHtlsh dfnoti Niwitn
D. axd C. CoKt-., Sole Propi., Huston
tering upon bis new duties. No pro
vision has been made for his sucees- the finest sugar beets, but they hnvo
sor in the O. R. & N. Company, and j only been grown as yet as au exper
be says his promotion will not affect i linen' il c;op.
the relations of the O. R. & N. and Fruits. Tho rich' mountain region
the Oregon & California. Stubbs will i a few miles east of Weston is ndinlr-
r. London. I ue much with Hari'iman in New York, ably adnpted to fruit raising, ospoc
,u.8.a. Tile new appointment is said to mean ially apples and strawberries The
closer union of various pnrts of the , strawberries are of romarKitblo size
ye ud yonr valuable OASCA-
k-iiul flnri lliom nrrfnet. Couldn't QO
tthnm. I havo useil lliem forsome time
lestlon ona biliousness nml am now com-
fcured. Ilecommenrt tliem. 10 every oue,
led, you will never bo without tbein In
lly.,f Eow. A. MAnx, Albauy, N. Y.
THA0B MAAN RMIATtAtO
ovonh tfrnn vriicMn. nr a riiic. inc.
CURE- CONSTIPATION. ...
It....,!. r -I't-tr-j'i. Houlrr.l. Aw T.rk. 311
U'BAU cists lu tJU it i: Tobacco Habit.
solidation of the Oregon Short Line
and Southern Pacific offices, W. B.
Coman being selected for the place.
The Portland Oregonian says: As
sistant Traffic Director Campbell, of
the Harriman lnles, will be paid a sal
ary or about $18,000 a year. He will
take up his residence in Chicago and
will not return to Portland before en-
yieid ranges from 1!5 to 55 bushols
per acre, and fall sown 'has ovon boon
known to nverago 00 bushels to the
acre in exceptional inHtnncos.
Vegetables. Tho soil and climate
are ideal for the production of all
kinds of vegetables. Potatoes are
raised with especial success, lining
unformly large nnd of excellent qual
ity. Ever ycondllion is favorable for
CHURCH ANNUAL DINNER.
GOOD ROADS CONVENTION.
Next Tuesday, March 4, it will Con
vene at Walla Walla.
Dayton, Wash., Fob. 27. Next
and delicious ffavor, and no Irrigation
is required. They ic-aHi the market
lat In the season, when the Walla
Walla valley crop has been exhaust
ed and command ready sale nt good
Grasses. Timothy hay ls raised on
the mountain in large quantities, and
after being baled is readily market
able at remunerative prices. Alfalfa J
is produced along toe eren oonomx
Covers for 250 Laid and a "Love
Wnlln Walla. Feb. 27.--Tho annual
dinner given by the Congregational
church to Us members was given last
night Ml the church, i-nruor of PnlousA
and Alder streets. Tho oVont Is In
tended to Anther together nil (he
tueinberH of the church 111 one body
for a love fat and Is one of the
fuiictioiiA of the organiatlon In
this city. From 6 to (! o'clock a r
'option was hold by tho pastor and
his wife, Itt'v. Austin Hire and jlrs.
I Kici'. and the superintendent of (he
Sunday school mid wife, S H. I.. Pen
i rose and Mrs. Penrose. At 0 o'clock
i Hpresd was served, covers being
laid for 250. The King's Ikuik'tilets i lain, but in rfrlR to KtAdi, fflr
hnd chnrge of the luncheon la nil Its , hm n wltiMk ta otor. ktj
details, iim well as tho elalMrt rtw miie tAttr wor Kimdy' mn
lations of thv rhurrh. At the !. known RkMIhk kbhj At ntjwplA Ik
f the dlniHM- the rHrt of nil of it rn in ft)Trrtior Mrllrtdw'fl aHbUi
ollUera of the church were prntrd ' ry
showliiK all th dvtulU of the maun-'
ment and uccaa of the organUnMuu. Saved Him From Torture.
Tho clmrch Is In a ilonrlikluB condl-; Tn" AonllMs UrntHt
dm, Uksti pllett Tke eoiulanl llehlnc And
' ImrtiinK mak ltf lutuleralde, N i
' I ultioit l comfortatdu. The Oirturn 1
O'Drlen Tells a Story. t uncwslnB. DeWltt'b Wltcb HAiei
Superlnletiilont O'Urlen. of the O Salve cures pltM al onre- lor skn
It. i N. Company. tll n iMery on ; dUease, uta. burns. hruU, all VlnJ
himself. Tho oilier day he wa rid wounds. It U unequnlMd J M, Ur.
Ing In a cub nt The Hall. Two j H. HL Paul. Ark., says- "From U
othor gontloniMU were In the vehicle. M ultred with ihe uiolrudlnir, hUad-
wlmin In llin ihirlitiiMiti O'llr an nr, I'll ami nium iihd uuihiui im
help lite until I iKiJ UoVSlll's WUffl
Ilaol Halve. A few hntv ronidtttly
curtwl me " Ilownre of countcrMt,
thought were his old friends. Ktilph
Moody, brotliur of t'oiiKresnmaii Mm
ay. an, u . . eauy. ex s.a e sen,r T k Co , k A M(ClJ,
from Multnomah count) and one tliim!,,,.
state printer. On alighting from tho
cab O'llrleu looked back mid said to' True,
the wcupnnts: "Now tlu-rr's n line The eyratlona) sd Is on of (be very
pair to draw to'" ImuKlne bis tuiilmr-1 method by wbkk te squander
rassuienl when Moody called him money. Conltntiuus dertlln. on
ba k and snld: "l'l me Introduce I the other hand, will bring smple re
you to Governor Mcllrlde, of Wash 1 turns for tho money lnTUd Hit--Ington
" O'llrleu atlempled li ft-1 Kesllona
, . i i i i i .ii -i
Tuesday the first good roads conven
tion ever held in Columbia County
will convene nl this city. The local
committee of arrangements. Mayor , Kvi..lHinlR , nimu-n that alfalfa
Woodworth, G. F. Jackson and H. h. j om bp Bllf.,.egBfuy raigej 0n the
Gilham, has made all arrangements, , hlgliel. landi aB the g0) lg rit.i, nd tho
and hope to have present a large , , . abundant. Dairying lb not
number of farmers and others inter
ested in the movement. From Walla
Walla, Garfield, Whitman and Asotin
"5TK0NUH5T IN TMU WOHLD."
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States.
ill ll ill . l I I ll I ill
-em t i
25 cent Meals
ia the City.
Leers, Eastern and
. - - r
1 m AV m r . s-m i m-m m
H IJA X (IUU
QU8 IiA FONTAINE, Prop.
practiced to any great extent, as the
farmers cling tenaciously to wheat,
imi (ho tinssibllitiuK for this industn
counties a number of gentlemen are are )rjgi,t. a creamery is needed,
exnected to attend and give voice to , u,n..i(. nnv ,..nii o,u, lg in BU,..
the movement In their respective , (,e8sv,i operation at Milton, V) miles i 'J
.nM.tlnc ... . I J
The rock crusher purchased by the stock. To some eitut in this lo
city or Dayton and Columbia county juj c-attle are pasturwl on tho
has arrived and will be used for a niountaln ranges In summer, but cat
practical demonstration of road mak-)tje raHing j8 chiefly conlluod to the
Ing at the time of the convention. , K0,,thern part of the county. Hogs
Prof. Roberts, of Pullman; ur . r more nrofltable crop and are
yearly receiving more attention A
few bands of sheep obtain summer
range In the mountains of the east
Outstanding Assurance. Decem
ber 3 1st, 1901 $1,179,276,725.00
Pletrzychi and M. M. Godman, of Day
ton; W. D. Wallace, of Starbuck: C
L .Whitney, Thos. Moore and H. S.
Blandford of Walla Walla will make
Saved her Child's Life.
end. Good horses are raited by the
farmers for their own uso, and some
fow are marketed.
Poultry. Fowls find ideal condl-
New Assurance Issued m 1 90 1 .
Income in 1 90 1
Assets December 3 , 90 . .
Assurance Fund and all other
..t ti,r mir ehnbbv little 4 tlons here and are healthy and pro-'u
"In three weeks our cnuuoy nine ,t. 0i,.. n PnnH mar. a
A IIU1 1 J V e D-"" -
boy was changed by pneumonia al
most to a skeleton," writes Mrs. W.
Watklns, of Pleasant City, O. "A
terrible cough set in, that, in spite of
a good doctor's treatment for sever
al weeks, grew worse every day. We
then used Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, and our darling was
soon sound and well. We are sure
this grand medicine saved his life.
Millions linow it's the only sure cure
for Coughs, Colds and all lung diseas
es. Tallman & Co. guarantee satis
faction. 50c, $1.00. Trial bottles
ket for eggs at from 16 to 30 cents i u
per dozen, and nearly every farmer In 444 f
raises a few chickens. Poultry rais- .j PaiA COllCV-hOlOerS in I "U J
Ing on an extensive and systematic 1 -j Jf w
basis Js unknown, however, and un- j j
doubtediy would yield piofltabe re- j a
turns. i ,j
Water and Timber. An abundance 3
of pure water is everywhere easily
obtained. Kvery farm has Its well,
and many are equipped with wind
mills. Numerous springs and streams
afford ample water for stock in the
mountains. Timber ls within easy
JAMES W. ALEXANDER, President.
TAMES H. HYDE, Vice-President.
L. SAMUEL, Manager, 306 Oregonian Building, Portland, Ore.