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About The Oregon scout. (Union, Union County, Or.) 188?-1918 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1891)
THURSDAY, SEPT. 10, 1S91.
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On account of the change made in the
management of this paper, all accounts duo
up to Jan 15. lSTU. must be settled without
delay. Thou- knowing themselves Indebt
ed to the paper are requested to conn- in
and pay tip without further urging.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
A Paragraphic Record or Recent Happen
lnse in and Around the City.
IIov ilo you like our new dress?
Remember the dance Friday evening,
Forepaugh's cireiiH La Grande Septem
rrepare an exniuit lor "Uregon on
County court in session. Proceeding
The best job printing can bo procured
at this office.
S. Vandecar, of North Powder, called
on us Tuesday.
Attorney J. M. Carroll returned from
Portland last Friday.
The sheriffs sale of delinquent taxes
appears in this issue.
The new hook and ladder truck is ex
poeted to arrive soon.
W. A. Cates, of Toloeasot, has been
quite sick for several days past.
aii eicctnc ngtit lias been placed on
the Hag stair at Hutchinson Bros1' mill
A large amount of interesting reading
will be found on the inside pages this
Our street commissioner has been
doing excellent work of late on the
All kinds of job printing at this office.
A large amount of new material just
W. W. Gorden, of Elgin, made our
office a pleasant and substantial call last
Before purchasing railroad and steam
ship tickets, consult agents Union Pacific
R. II. Brown, the druggist, has moved
into the residence formerly occupied by
H. S. Strange.
Dan. Summer and family, of Elgin,
were vihiting relatives and friends in
Union last week.
A literary story, entitled "A Dream
Fantasy," will be found on the inside
pages of this issue.
It is likely a game of base ball will bo
played Sunday between the Union and
North Powder clubs.
Chas. C. Coffin berry, the carpenter,
has built a new and substantial platform
in front of the court house.
Mr. Drake, the photographer, took a
picture of the Summervillo and Union
base ball clubs last Sunday.
Emil, the infant son of .Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Carroll, has been quite sick the
past week, but is improving.
We acknowledge a pleasant and sub
stantial call from Thomas and Merritt
Wilkinson, of High valley, last Tuesday.
Mr. Turner Oliver and wife called at
our office last Wednesday evening to
view the manner in which the paper is
J. F Smith, of the Covo, left at this
office last Saturday a bunch of very fine
oats for exhibition in "Oregon on
Those who attend the dance Friday
evening can get cupper at the Bon Ton
restuarant building opjKihito the Centen
Some of the Inn's found another victim,
Tuesday night, whom they claim to
have worked the "snipe" trick on in
Thos. J. Lemon, formerly of Uidd can-
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yon, nut lato oi niano, cauou on us r.iw,
urday and renewed his subscription.
Ho has returned to Idaho.
Tho latest Pacific coast, eastern and
foreign news, cablegrams, crime anil
criminals, and the Portland market re
port will be found in this issue.
Mrs. A. M. Benson, accompanied by
her son Roscoc, has leen on a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Deacon, Sr., of
Snake river, for several days past.
Tho agents of tho Union Pacific Sys
tem aro provided with railroad and
steamship tickets to all points east, as
well as to and from foreign ports, o-l
No loss than a half dozen dwolling
houses aro under course of construction
throughout the city now. There will lo
a demand for a largo number this fall.
Miss Mary Swavor, of St. Paul, Minn.,
id lion on a visit to Judge Brainard, of
'whom "die i n disUnt relative. She ia
stopping with Mr. ami Mrs. K. II. Iw1-
Win. Wilon, of the Corniopi aaJuon,
has jdnid lwU lw rttat,e
IknicIio In hunt 1 t,' Mt'
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"After a Gorilla." "Held Them at
Bay," "Theosophy's Priestess" and oth
er illustrated short stories can be found
on the inside pages of this paper. Don't
fail to read them.
The ladies of the Episcopal church
will give a supper for the lwnetit of tho
church, at the old Bon Ton restuarant
building, on Friday evening of this week.
Ice cream, cake, etc., will be served.
Mr. Charles Fleetwood, of Hurnt river,
Baker county, and Miss Maggie, Van
cil, of thi city, were married at the St.,
Lawrence hotel, Baker City, on Monday
evening last, Hev. Hutchison officiating.
Homer Bidwell, of North Union, has
lieen very low for several days past with
hemorrhage of the lungs. Homer is a
bright and energetic young man and his
many friends will be pained to hear of
A lire occurred at Ix)stiue, Wallowa
county, on tho 2tUh ult., destroying the
livery stable of J. V. Luttrell, also live
head of horses. Four other unoccupied
buildings were burned. The total loss
is estimated at $'',:t00.
The ladies of the Episcopal church
will serve ice cream and cake at Mrs.
Sullivan's building opposite the hotel
next Friday after p. m. Proceeds to go
towards building a new fence around
the church property.
F. W. Wood, the La Grande, photog
rapher, has rented Jones Bros.' gallery
in this city and will be here two days of
each week Friday and Saturday until
furthttr notice. If you are in need of
photographs it will be well to call on
Miss Etta Guild, of South Union,
brought into our office Tuesday a lino
specimen of pears and a large cluster of
plums. She did not know the variety,
but the pears especially are very line.
They will be forwarded to Portland and
receive a place in "Oregon on Wheels."
The people of Elgin and vicinity are
endeavoring to form a stock company to
build a large warehouse in which fann
ers may store grain. It is thought by
doing this, and selling in large bulks,
better prices will be realized. The price
for storage will be about .'50 cents per ton
Subscriptions taken here for the San
Francisco Weekly Examiner, the best
and newsiest paper published on the
coast. Only 50 a year. We can fur
nish you this paper and the Examiner
lx)th for 7f), including a line premium
picture and a chance in tho Examiner's
Indications now are, says the Chief
tain, that Wallowa county will harvest
more grain this year than any season
ince the country was settled. If prices
remain good, thousands ot hushcls will
bo hauled to Elgin and converted into
old cash. The prospects for better
times in allowa are improving.
Kemillard it Cory have dissolved part
lership in the saloon business. Mr.
Cory is again fitting up the Wilzinski
building adjoining the Centennial hotel
and will soon open up the the same.
We understand Johnson it Woodard
will occupy Roniillard's saloon in the
near tuture. llns will give Union
four saloons again.
A. J. Goodbrod, of the Centennial
hotel, has been litting up his residence
in South Union in line shape and will
remove there in a short time. He has
ordered a telephone which will he placed
between the hotel and his residence,
and will bo a great convenience in tran
A pleasure party, consisting of M. S.
Warren and wife, J. L. Carter and
family, Win. Gitlin and wife, Sam Benson
ind wife, Ed. Davis and wife, Mrs. C. E.
Davis, Alio Foot, Geo. Gignae, Geo. Ben
son and Tyra Warren, have been camped
on Catharine creek for several days past.
A part of the party retimed home yos
terdav. John Stratton, a young man 25 or J50
years of age, was found dead below the
railroad bridge near Pendleton last
Saturday afternoon, by a party of hun
ters. Tho lody was conrealcd in the
brush and was partly deeomjiobed,
having Ir'cii there for several days.
From indications he had been foully
dealt with and dragged in tho bushes.
A letter was found on his person from
his brother, J. S. Sratton, Kansas City,
A petition is being circulated and
numerously signed asking the city to
construct a suitable building in which fo
store tho city lire apparatus and a room
for tho council to meet in, also a jail for
tho keeping of prisoners and a firo proof
vault in which to keep tho city records.
There is no question but that something
of this kind should be dono, and wo pro
sumo this is as good a timo as any.
Tom Whitworth, agod S2 years, wue
thrown from a runaway wagon last Sat
urday whilo roturning home from Pen
dleton and nearly killad. The old
gentleman appeared to be oat of hi
hwid anil thought two yoaiiK m-n - '
kftulU! bun, hut from i -id-it. - h-
wm in the wiitfon with m -i j
when the Uin run wv.i . t'.r I .n I
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BASS 8 ALL.
Tho "Hoot Owls" are Still "la If -Baker
City Again Victorious.
Last Snuday tho Sumnierville lse
kill club came up for the purpose of
"doing up" the "Hoot Owls" of this
city. Summerville has h good team and
they have not lost a game this season,
but they had not crossed hats with the
"Hoot Owls" and consequently had not
had many hard games.
The afternoon was quite stormy, but
the game was called at 3 o'clock. Three
of Union's lest players Driver, Martin
and Stewart were absent, and from tho
manner in which our boys struck out
up to the sixth inning it li-egan to look
as though they were not "in it," but in
the sixth inning they legan to find the
ball and made three runs, and in the
seventh four, making the game u tie, 7
to 7. In the eighth neither side made a
score. In the ninth Summervillg again
failed to score, when our boys went to
the hat anil made the winning wore
with no one out, the score being 8 to 7
in favor of the "Hoot Owls."
This is the best aniaU ir game played
in the county this season. The two
nines are pretty evenly matched. Fol
lowing is the score by innings:
Sumnierville 10 3 10 110 07
Union ..0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 1 S
The North Powder club is also desir
ous of playing a game with our boys,
and will probably come down next Sun
day ; if not, our Iwys will go to Sunimer
ville and play a return game. We are
not inclined to brag on the "Iloot.Owls,"
but have an idea they can "do up" any
amateur club in Union or Baker county.
The Iwys will give a social dance next
Friday evening in order to raise money
to defray the expenses of keeping up the
organization, and we hope our citizens
appreciate their efforts and will help the
It was a great surprise to all, but a
fact never the less, that Baker City de
feated the Pendleton club on Saturday
by a score of S to 3. On Sunday Pendle
ton won jby a score of S to 5. This is the
first games won by Baker for some time.
At Walla Walla, La Grande won both
games, the score on Saturday being 5 to
A, and on Sunday 4 to 0. This puts La
Grande in the lead, with Walla Walla
second, Pendleton third and Baker
fourth. La Grande now has a strong
team and it looks very much as though
they would win the penaut.
Desirable For Ladies.
The new Fashion Journals published
by A. McDowell it Co., 4 West llth
Street, New York, aro again on our
table. The superiority of these journals
is abundantly shown on every page.
"La Mode" is the smallest of the three,
and is intended for family use. It has
many styles for children, and is only
$1.50 per year, or 15 cents per copy.
"La Mode de Paris" is an elegant jour
nal, filled with everything of the latest
style in Paris. This is a great favorite
with ladies who wish to keep posted in
the new styles as they come out. "Al
bum des Modes" is also a popular Pari
sian publication, many ladies giving it
the preference. It is replete with such
styles as are patronized by the middle
classes, its designs lieing neat undplain
yet all oi tho richest character. These
three monthly journals claim to give the
earliest fashions, as they aro all printed
in Paris. They contain lessons in prac
tical dressmaking, which are of incom
parable value and easy to understand.
"La Mode do Paris" and tho "Album
des Modes" are each $3.60 per annum,
or 35 cents for a single copy. Samples
can be obtained from the house at single
copy prices if there is any difficulty in
obtaining them from newsdealers.
Tho Indians who make their regular
annual tour through this and Wallowa
county every fall, are a continual source
of annoyance to settlers and sometimes
they lx-eome quite saucy. A party of
them cam pod in Wallowa county near
the residence of Sam Wade have caused
him considerable trouble, and a fow
days ago attacked him with their fish
spears. Mr. Wade sent for his gun and
would have no doubt mude a fesv "good"
Indians had they not skipped out. A
party of Indians have also made trouble
for a slice) herder in the mountains east
of bore. Thoy have set fire to tho tiin
bor all around bis cabin in order to burn
It is nbaut time a stop was put to
lotting theso Indians leave their reser
vation every fall and visit this section,
where they are given more right than a
white man in regard to killing gome.
The amount of timber annually de
stroyed by the Indians, from camp fires,
is fcomethiug wondorful. Our valley
now ii a perart cloud of atnoke cnuaxl
by Area aet oat by the IndUua, or white
men. There is a law agsJnut the care
IcinIv betting out of lire In the inoun
tauia, aii'l it should la enforced.
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Council met Saturday Sept. 5th.
! An ordinance relative to the establish
ment of a street grade on Main street,
read first time.
The street commissioner made a ver
bal report, which was adopted, including
bill for surveying same.
The following bills were allowed :
Jo. Wright $ 5 Jo
J. M. Mitchell
J. T. Jones, surveying,. .
J. T. Jones, surveying,.
E. O. Hepublican, printing, . .
A. Johnson, marshal's salarv.
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The council met again Monday even
ing, Sept. 7th, and transacted the follow
Bill of Dion Kecfe on water works
construction referred to finance com
mittee. A petition was presented from the tax
payers, requesting the city to construct
a new city ball, and on motion was
spread upon the minutes.
Ordered that council employ J. T. Jones
to prepare plans and specifications for
same, upon diagrams submitted by him.
Ordinances Xos. 13, I I, 15 and l(i were
road a second time, and upon motion
were laid over till next meeting for liiial
Relative to the site of the proposed
city hall, on motion a committee con
sisting of Councilinen Sheltou, Elliott
and Foster were appointed to confer
with Mrs. Corbin relative to a lot, and
io instruct the architect thereafter of
their decision, subject to the confirma
tion of the council.
Adjourned to meet Wednesday even
ing. A Now City Hall.
The council, on Monday evening, act
ing upon a petition of the citizens of
Union, look stops towards erecting a
new city hall.
Engineer J. T. Jones was instructed
to draw plans and specifications for a
two story brick building, 3Jx5J feet, with
engine room, city jail and lire proof
vault for the keeping of city records in
lower story, and council chamber or hall
for public meetings on second floor.
The estimated cost of such a building
complete will be about $(1000, but it is
not yet known whether the entire build
ing will be completed this fall or not.
A site for the new building 32x100
feet, between the M. E. church and
W. I), Bcidlcman's harness shop on
Main street, has been donated by W. T.
Wright and accepted by the council.
The building will be erected this fall
and will be an ornament to tho citv.
Fire at Tho Dalles.
A terrible lire occurred at the Dalles
on Wednesday of last week, destroying
about a million dollars worth of property.
The burnt district covers an area of
seventeen blocks. The lire originated
in the kitchen of a small boarding house
and with the assistance of a heavy wind
and no available water with which to
subdue the flames, it spread rapidly.
Three more fires have been started in
different parts of the town since, by
incendiaries, hut only one did much
damage. The town is indeed unfortu
nate. We hope to see it rebuilt again
soon. Ono man, John PitzGcrald, died
from the effects of injuries received at
Wants his Liberty.
Jasper Leabo, a young man confined
in the county jail awaiting the action of
the grand jury, on a charge of larceny of
a gun or pistol, is very much grieved to
think he should be thus dealt with, lie
has written a long letter to this paper
endeavoring to prove his innocence, but
from the letters shown us by Mr. Usher,
from the nheriffs of other counties where
the young man has been, wo are inclined
to think LuuIkj is in the proper place
and stands a good show of a trip to
Salem. lie has served several months
in jail in Morrow county for different
offenses, and is generally considered a
A lawn party was given at tho resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Sanders last
Thursday evening in honor of the 21st
birthday of their son, Edgar. A largo
number of young people were present.
The grounds were illuminated with
Chinese lanterns, and croquet and othur
games indulged in. The judge and his
wife aro hospitable people and did all in
their power to make everyone feel at
home. Numerous refreshments wore
sorvod, and tho young people wont homo
delighted with the evening's entertain
ment and wishing tho young man many
huppy returns of tho day.
Wedaaini to bay to our dtl.ons, that for
years wo have buoii "ollliif Dr. Kind's New
liiMnver.v for Consumption, Or. Kin '
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A CRAZY LOVER'O DEED.
The Daughter of Jmlge Iaon OKot and
Mr. Ed. E. Cates, of this city, received
a telegram Tuesday morning from
IWooniington, III., stating that Bertha
Isou had Ih'ch shot and killed by one
Chas. E. Ballard, of Saybrook, III. '
The unfortunate girl is a neice of Ed.
Cat os and the oldest daughter of the
lato Judge Ison, of Baker City. She, in
company with her younger sister, was
atteiidim: school at Bloomington, 111.
Tho telegram did not give any of the
particulars, but from an associated press
dispatch of tho 7th inst. we learn the
following in regard to the matter:
Pr. Chas. E. Ballard, of Saybrook, 111.,
and Miss Bertha Ison. of Baker City,
Oregon, and daughter of the late Judge
Ison of that place, were found dead this
morning. Dr. Ballard was a young
physician and ever since he came to this
city has K-en importuning Miss Ison,
who came here with her mother to
attend college, to marry him. She
thought much of him, but begged him
to postpone the event until after her
education was completed. This morn
ing he appeared at the house and had an
interview with Miss Ison in the parlor.
While talking with her he pulled out a
revolver and shot her twice, once
through the head and heart, producing
instant death. The doctor then shot
himself five times, dying in a few min
utes. Tho sad occurrence will be a severe
blow to Mrs. Ison, who only a few
mouths ago lost her husband. She has
the sympathy of many kind friends and
relatives throughout Union and Baker
Tho remains will be brought to Baker
Citv for interriiient.
Tlio Elgin Lumuor Company Ooob Up
Early Wednesday morning the general
public became aware of the fact that the
Elgin Lumber Co. was badly insolvent.
Justice Burleigh had been kept busy all
of Tuesday night, writing out attach
ments for some of the creditors, and early
Wednesday morning the mill bands and
loggers came pouring into town to see
what could be saved from the wreck,
but soon found out that the managers of
tin-linn had turned all the assets over
to one creditor and had left the small
fish on dry laud. This action on the
part of the mill linn is roundly con
demned by the public and their words of
censure are long and loud against one
man, whose handi-work is plainly
visible in this transaction, and if his
name isn't "Dennis" hereafter, with the
business men of this locality, then we
badly miss our guess. It is a well estab
lished fact that the legitimate way for an
insolvent company to do, is to make an
assignment fortius benefit of all creditors
and then each will get his proportional
share and then there is no causu for
charges of dishonesty as in tho present
case where a linn who was well able to
lose its share of the assets, had every
thing turned over to them, and leave the
poor hard working laborers and other
creditors with no recourse. There was
onu firm who was lucky enough to be
come apprised of the turn affairs were
taking and who secured enough lumber,
the day before the "crash" to make them
safe. Elgin Recorder.
Our agents uukoJlOO to .'i00n month scl
liiiK our goods on their merits. We want
county anil general agents, and will t ko
back all goods unsold If n count y agent fails
to clear $100 nuil uxpenes after a thirty
day's trial, or a general agent lesi than $iBJ0.
Wo will scud large illustrated circulars mid
letter with a special oiler to suit territory
applied for, on receipt of threo one cent
stamps. Apply at once and get in on the
Kl'.NNKU AlANUKACTtmiNO Co.,
1-0-ly PittNUurgh, Pa.
Bucklen'a Arnica Halve.
Tin: Hunt Bai.vic in tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chllblilns,
Corns, and all Hkln Eruptions, mid pool
alvely cures Piles, or no pay roqulred. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 2.1 cents pjr
box. For sale at Brown's drug store.
Why Dfo Price's Baking Powder is
Superior to all otherSo
No groat efforts are made by other manufacturers
to procuro and uso pure materials.
It is true that one other company has tho facilities,
but its greed and cupidity induced it in an ovil hour to uso
ammonia, in order to swell its profits. Hence tho Prico
Raking Powder Company stands alono in its fight for a pure
No other article of human food receives greater cam
iu its production, or has attained higher perfection. Dr,
Price's Cream is suraly a perfect baking powdr, Frw from
every taint of Impurity. No othur urtlcla iimmI in tk
kitchen hits so imuty Mcudfust (rhmU amoug Um )mm
wlvoti of Amurlcu,
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Uncle George W. Atkinson was yes
terday examined as to sanity ln-fore his
honor, Judge P. Campbell, by Drs.
G. W. Biggers and J. P. At wood, and
was adjudged insane. "Uncle" G irge,
as he is familiarly called, has acted
strangely at times for the past voi r, and
it is the opinion of his friends tti.it hu
has been gradually losing bis mind for
some time. Yesterday morning ho
grabbed a knife and ran Mrs. De Bord
out of her house. The unfortunate man
is aged 75 years and is possessed of con
siderable wealth. Baker Democrat.
'flu-re will be a picnic at the Cove on
Saturday September 10th. There will
be speaking and a general rally of tho
farmers' alliance of Union county.
The committee on arrangements have
selected grounds for all who wHi to
come and camp.
A general invitation is extend iil to all.
W. U. Booth,
W. II. Madison,
Committee on Arrangements.
t'ovi:, SopteniK-r '.), Ml
Harvesting progressing nicelv in the
Arrangements for the alliance picnic
are progressing nicely.
The prospect for tho grain crop is be
ginning to appear quite good.
Mr. Kilpatriek, the enterprising agent
for tho M. it M. Co., was in town this
The excursionists have returned, lnith
the ln-ar hunters and the Wallowians,
all being sucessful.
Arrangements are being made to pub
lish the programme for the alliane pic
nic in the next issue of the Scout.
The Ascension school begins the fall
term on Wednesday the Kith inst., and
the public school the first Monday in
Miss White, of Wisconsin, is a guest
of Mrs. Foster. She is a teacher and
has a position in the Union public
Tho statement made in the last issue
concerning Dr. Ewin was a mistake.
Ho is still treating Lena Crossuiau and
she is improving.
Tho young ladies of Cove are organ
izing a Ladies Christian Endeavor
Society and are quite sucessful. All
hope they may suceed.
Inquiries are continually being math)
for houses to rent. There aro but a few
vacant ones, so those wanting houses for
the winter had better secure them soon.
Mrs. C. I). Smith took her departure
Monday for Mo. She expects to dispose
of her own property, and assist her
husband todisposeof his, with intention
of coming to Oregon to live.
Some parties have discovered a silver
ledge in the mountains east of town,
which they think is immense. All hope
that valuable minerals exist in tho Mili
um region and that it will be developed
Miss Amy Daugherty has gone to La
G ramie to attend the public school this
winter. The Cove has a good school at
present, but why not improve it by ad
ditional departments so as to keep the
older pupils at homo?
Tho mill iu receiving some wheat.
They have a new chop house nearly
completed, in connection with which
Steams' cider mill is to Iks run. There will
bo no necefflity for the manufacture of
root beer when he gets his machino
I hereby notify all persons from buyim;
anything from the ranch owned by Fuller
A: llolstln, either cultlo, hay or horses, as
I will not stand by any bargain made by
salddco. HolMln. H. J. Fl'j.leh.
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SKIFF. In thin city. Saturday Sept. 5,
1891, to the wifoofOrin Skiff; a daugh
ter, weight 10 iKMindn.
BLACKER. In this city, Saturday
Sept. G, 1891, to tho wife of Georgo
lllackcr, a daughter, weight H pounds.