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About The Oregon scout. (Union, Union County, Or.) 188?-1918 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1889)
THE OREGON SCOUT
AMos K JONKs.
The Oregon Scout has an lartjea circu
lation as any two papers in this sre
tton of the State, combined, and is cor
respondingbj valuable as un advertising
Thursday, Sept. 1SSI).
Kor n fttll cleworipUori of Union
County see inwtctts put'B.
5atlc;rcd up 1y Tliu Smut mitl Itroucht
Remember the social dance to-mor
low night at Davis' hall.
Tli donee to-morrow nisrht
commence at 8 o'clock sharp.
A ronublican daily newspaper
soon to be Etnrted in Pendleton.
A panorama of some kind was ex
hibited at Davis' hall Monday evening.
Kino line of tiimnicd hats at bottom
prices at Mesdames Rinohart k Ga
ger's. Visitors to Union should remember
the Bon Ton restaurant. First-class
meals only .'5) cents.
Wo arc informed that the Bethel
Baptist church at North Powder will
bo dedicated on Oct. Oth.
A splendid assortment of gent's
furnishing goods at Vincent's, for sale
cheap. Call and look at them.
The best time ever made by an Ore
gon throe-year-old was made by Altao
at Salem recently. Time 2 :3l.
We are glad to learn that the report
of the death of little Lulu Cleaver at
Raker City, recently, was untrue.
Oh! what are you waiting for!
Vvhv don't you pay up that old ac
count of yours at the Cove drug store?
Nicely furnished rooms to let by the
week orinonth. Enquire of Mrs. C.
Remillard, corner Second and C streets.
There will be another social dance at
the Davis hall to-morrow night. Ev
erybody cordially invited. Tickets
The ladies should not fail to call
and inspect the lino line of millinery
goods ju.-t received at Mesdames Rine
hart & Gager's.
New goods are being constantly re
ceived at Rinehart it (lager's millinery
store. Ladies .-hould inspect them be
fore purchasing elsewhere. '
Ouito a rain fell the fore part of the
week which dispelled the dense smoke
that has enveloped this section of the
country for some time past.
Drop in at Levy's store and buy a
bill of goods before you return home
fiom court, lit is prepared to oiler
you extraordinrry inducements.
List your property with the Union
Real Estate Association if you want to
sell, and apply to them if you want to
buy. They have unlimited facilities
for accomodating you.
There seems to be a considerable
amount of counterfeit money in circu
lation in this vicinity now. Wonder if
the reeout advent of the circus here
had anything to do with the matter.
The sherill, when hunting for jurors,
will iind Alex Jones at his residence
place just below town. Ho is hiding
down there trying to keep out of sight.
Alex will find out that he doesn't want
to monkey with us any more.
A young fellow who has some expe
rience in such tilings informs us that
"A pretty maid is nice to see,
And she is nice to woo;
Ititt it matters not how sweet she bo
If she isn't sweet on you."
Mesdames Rinehart it Gager have
secured the services of :i first-class
dressmaker who will bo hero in a few
days. Parties desiring work in that
lino will do well to wait until her arri
val, as she comes highly recommend
ed. While you arc in town attending
court is a good time to drop in and
subscribe for Tun Scout. If younre
taking it and owe on subscription,
come in, "drop your money in the
"slot" and see how it works for another
Sonio specimens of potatoes raised
in High valley by N. Swagger, are to
bo seen in our ollice, also a specimen
raised in tbo garden of Mr. Blakeslee
in North Union. They make the eyes
of the average tenderfoot open pretty
"Sales Day" at McMlames Bidwoll
it. Benson's "next Saturday, at which
time a special sale of huts will ho
made. A line assortment will bo put
on exhibition. Elegant dress and
pattern hats from 7' cents to .fJ.OO.
The ladies of the town and vicinity
will do well to call on that day.
Mr. W. A. Roberts, Deputy U. S.
marshal, has been engaged in serving
summonses upon defendants in Crook
and Grant counties in the Willamette
valley and Cascade mountain Wagon
Road Co., and The Dalles Military
Road Co. These cases will be heard
in the U. ri. courts ubout October 7th.
' Thov havo queer idea of fun over
in lxng Clock. The othor day a
drunken crowd striped a man almost
naked and striiod his body with black
paint, lik the "Royal Nonesuch" in
Huukloberry Finn; this human zebra
then went through with a variety of
maneuvers for the edification of the
Advertisement appear in the La
Vmmleand Baker City jpajwrn of rt
jiiwal rates on the 0. R. & Is. Co .
road to Portland during the Iuduxtiml
Exposition which i otimiouoi to-day.
As we have received no notification of
a reduction from this pls, we infer
that Union is to Lo left on -i the cold
and if any of our peop! v. i.t at
tend the Exposition v
buy thwir tfcktut .u " '
der to soettw tkv i .do.-, .i i m
The Scmit' AVcokly Inspection ami Itc
liort of friuiitlt off Duty,
Mr. Tomblcson, of Telocaset, called
on ie, Monday.
Mr. .1. E. Hough was up from the
Mr. W. Hathiway made tis u
i ant call Monday.
Dr. Hulsey, of Baker City,
Union a few day ago.
Mr. J. B. Wheelock, of Pine
j was in the city this week.
, Mrs. Riggers, of m Grnnde, was rls
! Ring in Union this week.
, Mr. A. .). Goodbrod returned from
the east a few days ago.
( Mr. John. Eaton was up from the
I Cove and called on us, Tuesday.
j A. Keller, of Summerville, made us
j a pleasant visit last Thursday.
I Ben Macho, of Pine valley, called
on Us the fore part of the week.
Sam'l. Sissoii was up from Indian
valley the fore part of the week.
Mr. H. L. Dougherty, of the Cove,
I was a visitor to Union Tuesday.
! Mrs. L. B. Rinehart visited La
Grande the fore part of the week.
Mr. Scott, editor of the La Grande
Journal, was in the city yesterday.
R. V. Davis called on us a few days
ago and subscribed for Thk Scot t. "
Hon. L. B. Rinehart returned from
the Willamette valley last Monday.
J. M. Gassett, of the Cove, made us
a pleasant and substantial visit, Sat
urday. Hon. 15. E. Taylor, of Indian valley,
was among the visitors to Union this
Mr. Henry Montlo, of Cornucopia,
adds his name to our subscription list
G. J. Wagner and Sam'l. Wade, of
Wallowa county, visited Union last
Mr. W. Jf. Poppy, of Lower Powder
river, made us a substantial visit a few
Robt. Lloyd and wife are in the city.
They think of moving to tho coast
Rev. Henry Oliver and Miss Bessio
Stokoa weio married, recently, in Wal
Mr. Johnny Clark, the irrepressible
agent of Frank Bro's., was in Union
during the week.
Mr. Simon McKcnzic and Attorney
Mcachcn, of Suiumerville, arrived in
the city, Monday.
Mrs. Aftou Clark went up to Baker
City, Sunday, on a visit to friends, and
Mr. Louie Corbett, who is now a
sheep raiser in the Blue mountains,
visited Union this week.
Mr. J. M. Phy has rented Mr. Good
brod's residence and will move his
family to this city in a few days.
Mr. Joel Weaver and J. K. P. Har
ris, of Indian valley, aie among tho
attendants at court' this week.
George Hudson returned from Ida
ho last week. JIo is still suffering
from his broken leg, but is improving.
R. J. Ivors and family, who have
been in this valley for several weeks,
have returned to their homo in Har
Mr. O. Lesago and Mr. Ben Martin
took their departure yesterday for a
visit to Kansas. They will be gone
for two or three months.
Wm. Blakeslee and Chas. Fobaro
returned from their mines in the San
ger district last Sunday. They have
some very lino specimens with them.
G. M. Bull, formerly of this cjty, is
now in Santa Margarita, San Louis
Obispo county, Cal. Ho is n good
printer and is now foreman of tho
This office acknowledges a pleasant
call yesterday from tho Misses Lola
and Sallie Warren, Miss Ida Johnson,
Miss Minnio Bishop and Miss Inez
Mr. John Catcs, of Telocaset, called
on us, Tuesday, and presented us with
some samples of onions and tomatoes
which were raised on his place. They
are very line.
Cards are out announcing tho com
ing marriage ot Mr. Uiarles S. Oopple,
ot tins city, to M ltw Alary Cochran, of
Mtnimorviuo, daugnter ot fllr. and
Mrs. A. Cochran. La Grando Journal.
Mrs. Freeman Steele, of Pino valley,
was down this week. While here he
invented in one of those Dederick hay
presses for sale by the popular imple
ment dealers, Staver it Walker of La
Messrs. Jainos Yowell, of Union, and
W. Clark, a mining man fiom Idaho,
were in the city yesterday en route for
Cracker Creek, whero they go to make
an inspection of tho mines of that sec
tion. Baker City Democrat.
J. (.. Shit ley and II. P. Stewart and
.if.. m-Ih. I.,,v !....., ... tlx, N'orthw.-t.
em Tcrrilory of the British possess-
,i ,,,,1,1, ,w,.iut ,i,,,
iVJilTf ltllltl'-l V HIIU XUV -..M.il.I. f
They left their cattle there for tho
winter. They give glowing accounts
of that country as a cattle range.
Mr. Wm. KuMiig, tho architect and
builder, of the Cove, was in the city,
Tuesday. Mr. Kumig has boen award
ed tho contract for building tho
bridge across Eagle creek fin Eagle
volley, which insures it being done in
n thorough uud workmanlike manner.
Attention is cullod to his card which
appears in this issue.
J. C. Smash, of Walla V ilU, wm in
t'tuii this m-fjc visiting friends. Mr.
tOtasli is uu oid nfWswuper ian and
nt one time conducted the tTnlon
it, . l'i.iin! l .it firimltt Jfiiirnnl.
Wc presiifneohe ulKjve is J. C. Swash,
foriMi'.v of tlOi city, li so, rtWi4
-tit to mili thAt tenderfoot's bugW
iking bis eognoatMi apfMwr
t H V ' - - " -
ii 1JI"'I I ii'ujrjrwjni,.uiii-n.".'
W k V
These proses an- now baling throe-fourth "f all the hay and straw
terms than any other tirm.and will back our insertion with actual liguies
KOSS FEED CtJTTEUS.
You do yourself an injustice If
7) It ICS 11 YT K It I AX C 1 1 V liCI I .-Services
A. I'verv Sabbath a! tl a.m. and H t. in;
Snbbatli m-IiooI at 10 a. m: prnyer laei'linc
WediiOMluy. nt X, m. The Lu.lio-.' .Alls
sionar, Snck'tv nu'cts on tin-fourth Friday
of every month nt i. m. All cordially
invited'. K. II. l'AKKKU. Pastor.
Cast's DNlinscil f at this fjri
iL'inliiT Ti-rin, 18H!.
Jurors excused for term : O 1 .lay- j
cox, .1 W Tuttle, V 1) Reidlonian and i
C E Davis.
Grand iurv: II A Hanson, L C
Sturgill, Henry Striker, Arthur Collier,
I 15 Chenault, Leman Rlanchard, and
S T Barnes foreman.
W T Carroll vs Frank Johnson and
John Dobbins; default and judgment
('has McClure vs S O Gates; dis
missed. Staver it Walkor vs Jacob Collins;
Wm Roth vs John Ilayueo and R
M Cotlin ; dismissed.
Raymond, Squires it Co vs Kellogg
it Punch; demurrer withdrawn, to
morrow to plead.
0 C Gove A Co vs lain ml City M it
II Co; set for trial Sept 2o.
1 R Dawson vs It 15 Draku; contin
ued for term.
Jes.so Iinblor vs Oliver Shafer; tlis
missed. 11 W Oliver vs R F Realo etal ; do.
Sonuner it Lluni vs W L Smith; do.
Dan Sonuner vs John Graham: do.
J M Herry vs August Smith; do.
John Farrt'll vs J II Hunter; demur
Hutchinson Bros vs Union Muling
, c ,jeflllIit mi iuduim-nt for l'lils,
.Jaines S Drake vs Lilli
illio S Drake;
John Farrell vs Hunter it Fox ; de
First National Bank vs F F Baker;
judgment for lMfi' for want of answer.
John T and Jos Wright vs John and
F M Haynes; default and jtidgmont
Wm Pnebstol vs IIS Pelton; dis
united. Sonuner A, Blum vs Fowlo it West;
Wi Hard it Hagerty vs La Grande
M B Roes vs Jacob Connor; con-
"Ulieo lor ten n , juujj.i.i,. uU
.! . . i r . . ... I... ......
A hummer vs J C Claybuin etal;
! continued for service.
; ,111 Parker vs W II Fowler; defen
i daiit's answer striken out
i Tho A P Hotaling Co vs C W Ladd;
! jtidginont for Pill" for want of answer.
V S Chadbotirne it Co vs A MoICin-
nieetul; submitted judgment in vn
vation. (1 N Rood vs Jos Bassetto ot al ; tie
W K Itinohart ot al vsTown of Sum
mervillo; decree fur Pitt' fur wmit of
Win Maehnm vs John Carr et al;
mhuinistrator of L'arr subitituted.
Husati Williams vs H K Ut al t al ;
default of Peal St Deal entered.
C II Fiun vs I! V Burleigh; Kridken
Umvd of Ouuumssiouwrs vs M H
1 ifywh adiiniitrl4r t al; Umniisasd.
j Iiavis I Usnkiu vs U Ornmie ( .'ianv
ji itmurvtt avtttvkd.
hi ii hi r miiMiiiwit in im linn i rinwii urn -Tinr in nr i
I 1 r.lnn
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For sale fov
La Grande, Oregon.
KEYSTONE CI 1)1211 HULLS,
WAGONS, HACKS, CAlMtlAG'SS and LSUUUJES.
you tlo not see our goods before purchasing.
! Wc Guarantee the Lowest Kates.
No Commissions. No Delays, where
Title and Security is Satisfactory.
CORRESPONDENCE -:- SOLICITED.
WILSON & HACKETT, Union, Or.
LrA G 1UN1 )E, OKEGON.
Suits made to order, and perfect fit guaranteed. Cleaning and repairing done.
Give mo a trial. Charges reasonable, and satisfaction guaranteed.
Grande Rondo Lumber Co vs II
Fred Nodine vs J 15 Latou et al; de
Eliza A Simmons vs Caroline Sehiod
hauer; default and judgment for llf 1.
John .15 Williams vs J 11 Hunter;
John E Williams vs La Grande Hy
draulic Mining Co; do.
Raer it Rloek vs Jas R ck ; tlo.
Fred Nodine vs 15 A Russell et al : do.
I N Lnughlin vn M Sinionis; do.
Fannie C Reebe vs S L IMeKenzie,
administrator ; former order set aside ;
,leom, ,() l)t r;,n(ic,mi tl)is ,erm
A E Eaton vs Oriu Skiff etal; de
fault of Orin and Lizzie Skiff entered;
J W Shelton appointed Guardian ad
litem for Nolan, Can ie and Mabel Skiff.
Tho A P Hotaling Co vs J C Clay
burn otal; demurrer overruled.
D W Litchonthaler vs 1) F Moore et
Dora Scott vs C T Scott; default; J
11 C rites referee.
C H Wiight vs John Predmoro etal;
State of Oregon vs Chas Brockens;
resubmitted to grand jury.
State of Oregon vs Isaac Hagcrmaii ;
resubmitted to grand jury.
State of Oiegon vu C C and J C
Ricks; resubmitted to grand jury.
Mary 0 Hutchinson vs Gnu Hutch
inson; default; J D Slater referee.
Union County vs A T Wyatt; de
Wm Wilton vs J Wand II Dray; do.
Sonuner & Blum vs A J Patten; do.
Dan Marx vs Chan Goodnough ; do.
W R Jasper vs Henry D Kennedy
et al ; W M Riun-cy ivferco.
A Sonuner vs Win Noyos and wife;
Sommer it Hlum vs Win Noyes and
Jennie Haslet vs Joseph Haslet; do.
American .Mortgage Co vs W R it J
II Hutchinson ; jury trial ; verdict for
TUKKUAY, KRJT. 2-1.
J S Sherman vs L M Hhermun : al
lowed till Wednesday to file counter
Thus B Hart vs Sarah 13 Hart; C
H Fiun referee.
Now England Mortgage Security Co
vs John Raker et ul ; default of Deft.
David Eecles vs Thos F Hull ; decree
of foreclosure and vale ordeied.
Susan Williamson vs S J5 Deal ; sale
of projicrty ordered to effect equihiblo
D. W. Lielieuthaler vs D F Moore ot
al; deutee of foreclosure and sale.
A K Eaton vs HTUliu; judgment
W U liinelmrt vs Clark Bennett; de-
IS liobson vs llobaou; default; A V
Williams uppolnted ruferee.
McParliug vs McFarliug; change !
Souiiuur 4i Plum vs A J Patten ; d
imirrer couf &ml ; time xtnled to
Kept. 26 to plead.
llk-jrvs Fowler; le ol r.'.i.i. 1
iWm Wik" v .la, Di is . t .d ; d.i. ;
jtl4tt ' . l'n 'tn."i.' ; ii' .1 irn r lilid
in the United States and Canada.
AMERICAN FUUST EVAPORATORS, STUJ)E15AKEll
Rates vs Bates; default; T II Craw
S A Diav vs J W Drav; refened to
R !5akin. "
Henry Dray vs J W Dray; do.
Freeman Ladd vs Rachel Ladd etui;
jury trial; judgment for Plff.
J S Sherman vs L W Sherman;
plaintiff restrained fiom using property
wi:i).i:si)AY, skit. l2".
Board of School Commissioners vs
S A Mahaffev et al ; judgment hv de
fault of Defts.
.1 no R llli.e vs John (Miilderri et al;
execution ordered against Defts.
J II Parker vs w" 1 1 Fowler; judg
ment for l'llf.
Hill vs 1 1 1 1 1 ; J M Carroll appointed
Fiank Bros Implemented, vs Robt
Day et al ; t;alo of attached property
David I5ecles vs MMios Hall; do.
Chas Herring vs II C Glasgow; case
re-entered on docket.
Dan Mark vs Chas Goodnough ; de
fault State of Oregon vs Isaac Hagerinan ;
arraigned for trial.
State of Oregon vs llutler ; not a
I'aiker vs Fowler; corrected on jour
nal. G N Reed vu Jos Ilassetto; default as
to Basolie it Faull ; J F Baker referee.
Fresh vs Fresh; default; C W Man
() O Gove it Co vs Island City M it
M Co; on trial.
A convention of the Oregon State
Secular Union will bo held in Portland
at the Masonic hall, October 12, land
I I. It is aimed to have the conven
tion attended not alone by Oregon free
thinkers, but by those from Washing
ton territory, Idaho, and tho entire
Pacific Northwest in fact, as well. The
object of the con volition is to sccmo
the total separation of church and
shite. Liberal orators and workers
will ho present, and tho occasion will
ho made a grand rally of liberals and
Tho favorulJe hiinti!oii produced on
the lirnt uia-amnci of tliu tigrecalilu l!tild
fruit : iuinmly tiyrup of Fln a few years ajjo
lius been moru than continued liy tlm plcax
uut oxpudujii o of all who hau uaud It, and
the summx of tliu piuprlutors mid iiuiiiu
fauttirurs tliu Oil. Flu' ttvr.ip Company.
itoiiiivvtt ilur Vinitli.
r. Ph o'm Clioxley, Peterson, Clay coun
ty, Iowa, tolls tliu following ruiaiirkahlo sto
ij, tin' truth of which U vouched for by the
r. -i . -1 ( i tin- inwn: "I inn 711 yunrs old,
1 : i 1 Ho'iiili il wlili Klihiwy t!iiiiipliiiit
..ml l.nip ,.i s or minis ymin; tunild not
i.. n i',Knjt u;ip. Now I mil free
from all pain null norme, uad inn ablu to
(I ..II in ,,. i li.'ii-i'iMirk. low.' iiv tliuuUn
i - l.l. 'id' lliti.'iv nr h.o'n;; ii iH-wt'il my
o.iili, ni't r i l A -inplft i-lv nil dUeaNi'
unit pinii." Try a tmltl' , onl .Vt vi-U at
liln ,,!.'- lilli - ... , I III', II, l'l llll.
We can make you better prices and better
IWVfcCR & WALKER,
La Grande, Oregon.
Readers : Exchanged : Free!
All readers to bo exchanged must
contain all tho reading matter and to
be in such condition that they could
be used in school if tho change had
not been made.
Tho full scries of
now ready. Other boohs will bo on
hand in a short time.
Exchange Agents for Union and
1(100 owes and lambs ami
'1.00 wethers, yearlings and
two year elds. Will sell at
a bargain. Enquire oi'T.G.
WrLSOX, at Cove, or . F.
WILSON, Union, Oregon.
An If III an UiHtin.Y's Country.
Following are the orders issued to
the 1000 .soldiers who were to concen
trate at Caytiso Station, on the Uma
tilla reservation yesterday: "In pro
ceeding from their respective stations
to 1 1 io rendezvous, all troops will move
as if in an enemy's country. MMio
cavalry of each column will, if practi
cable, M'out upon both sides of tho lino
of march. The different columns will
endeavor to establish communication
when approaching each other by
means of cavalry scouts, or by Held
signaling. Partie ulariiistriietiona will
be given in the duties of advance,
flank and rearguards; streams and de
files will bo pas.ed as if in tho pres
ence of mi enemy. Outposts and pick
ets will bo established covering every
Tho Baker City Hindu says; ft is
reported that R. D. McCord and John
Stewart havo been approached by cer
tain parties desiring to purchase their
ranches west of town. One rumor is
that Hunt's road will be built on that
side of Raker City, and that the ranch
es are wanted for depot grounds mid
also for speculative purpofos, Another
rumor is to the effect that a syndicate
of eastern capitalists are endeavoring
to secure (ho fauns, and will then
boom them as n suburb.
The editor of the La Grando Journal
is a new coiner to this country and
has evidently not got acquainted with
the people in his jmmcdiato vicinity,
and until ho docs so ho hud better let
up on his "Street (iiisMp" for ho only
makes lumselt ridiculous. Lust week
bin paper contained a tirade against
Tin: Scout and its editor, purporting
to conio from ono J. W. Strange. Ev
erybody in the valley knows tho tooth
puller and what ho says or doe will
not interest them in the least. The
Journal is engaged in a good fight,
politically, and we have no animosity
toward it, hence the above advice.
The truo character of a man is pretty
accurately established when tho status
of his enemies is known, Wo think
our enemies are creditable to us and
mo always gratified when a yelp from
one of them is heard.
For sale tut easy tonus, one "() inch
full nickel hioyule, also ono ifj inch
htaudiird liuuh. Until wheals are near
ly now and aro in good lupair For
further particulntb call at this ollice.
All persons indebted to us aro huru
by notilled that they must call and
sottlu without delay, CoTvi.ks it Mu,
daniim,, Cove, Oregon. IM'J-IR.
If you are indnbtod to me, this Is a per
sonal notleu to you to vomu forward and
iultlo. I uiest havo what U due, and un
liM NiutJuiiaut is iimdu by h nt of No
voinlier, the ueiMUnU will bo cultectcd by
pKH-eMt of law.
W. H I1LIU1 1.M N