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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1878.
Cot XTT JlDOE f . . . ..
. H. O. Yokiim
,4. M. ncnson
Stats Smator. . .
.'..8. M. Pennington
...J. S. Whites
. ..Lucian EvurU
...). I. Thierry
...I. B. Kecncy
...O. W. Webb
...J. C. Arnold
....Dr. J. B. Uudsay
...J. H. Baley
4 'Lf.lt K
Nriiooi. SiTKmSTr.M.r.sf .
Fuller M wr.
Ji biick or tiik rr..t -.
T. J. I.ucr
L. 8. Wood
1. P. Dwik'ht
T. T. Luallen
B. F. Mansfield,
I. K. Baling,
Weather very cnM.
Kill your Christmas turkey.
Note r nlvnrtiing coliumis.
(Jo to llie grand ball Christmas cvc.
AVi.ntkb i upon us rememltcr the poor.
Fob bcantiful toys go to the City Drug
Sli'K. J. M. Proett, M. P., of Pendleton,
ix quite sick, i
ClIltlSTMAS tree nt school-honsc, Tuesday
1'rof. GniTBBE still mlrnncing the educa
tion of Weston.
Our City Dads held their Grst meeting
last Tuesday evening.
Daxoerocs opening in hridgo jnit op.
positc Benjamin's shop.
Oh! thk Ssow, Ac. Aoont four inches of
lha article in this vicinity.
Rcmoks oi trouble with Moses and his
tribe are rife on onr streets.
Personal. Mr. C. E. Bull, of Pendleton,
paid us a visit on Monday last.
TlIK street to the new mill is Hvaly and
becoming a leading thoroughfare.
Tailor Needed. -Waston affords a splen
did chance for an enterprising tailor.
Take It. The Leaker, send it to your
friends in the East. Only $3 per year.
Preaching. At the Baptist Church, Sat
urday, 21st, at 6 P. M., also on Sunday.
Hkndbvx 4 McColl have the lxsst assort
ment of drums, dulls and other toys in
Prayer Mkktink. -Prayer meeting on
AVcdnesday at 6 P. M. of each week, at the
PuoTIiACTEn Meetino. A protracted
meeting is lcing conducted at Milton, by
Kuv. ,1. S. Rhodes.
Christmas Services. Services will lc
held at All Kniiiin' Church on Christmas day
at 7 I. M. All are invited. v
TllAXKS. Our thanks arc due to Mr. D.
C. I.ouiiKbury, for his kind assistance in
liclpiug us get our material in ship-shape. j
Dedication. 5Ve learn from the Pastor
nf the Baptist (Tiiirch, of this place, that
the dedication services will take place the
first Sunday iii January, 1879, at 11 A. M.
To Decorate. The friend-of All Saints'
Church purpose decorating for Christmas
nervice, on .Saturday, Monday and Tuesday
afternoons. All urc cordially asked to assist.
Will Hano. Thp Indians, White Owl
And Quint itumps, will be furnished with a
, hemp neck-tic on Jan.'lOlh, by our obliging
Slicrifl". Aps will enjoy the same courtesy
tic week later.
. Called. We received a pleasant call
from Mr. J. H. Turner, senior proprietor of
;"' the East Orcgnninn. He expressed his
opinion that the Leader wonld prove a suc
cessful enterprise. Thanks.
Do You Believe It? A girl who can
.claw a piano and ngitate the atmosphere is a
good pai lor ornament, but one that can grease
a griddle and turn two pancakes at a time is
the kind of a female to at this time of year.
AtTKNTIo::. All persons knowing them
selves indebted to D. C. Lounabnry, will do
well to wiuare up immediately, ns they will
wive themselves considerable trouble by so
hing. It takes money to buy coffin trim
mings. Chanced. Mr. J. II. Turner and Mr.
Mnnson Bull have purchased the East
Orrgoninn and assnmed control of that
(enterprising journtv. Both gentlemen arc
thorough Lcw.paper men, end it is safe to
predict the enterprise a success.
riiorocRAPH-s. When you visit Walla
Walla, dro? Into tbe Pnlne Photcgrr.ph
fJulIery and get a first-clas picture taken.
The Palace is a brancii liou-ie u' the lamoua
lvidson tVo.., l'ortlaTid. iiisy are excel
lent artWs and deserve liberalvpationngo.
A Nu.SA.N-wc.We call th attention of
the pound :.:ruterv, tfje nriurrrof toga that
run hither and thif.icr upon our streets,
making the air )idia wii,'i heir grr.niiig
and qjniroling. it tror.tvs t.nyti.in;; r..t a
favorable imprest" on ?if.n ,tr.i.igen tisititig
REMKwr.usr. Mrs. 1. i. ltocse kindly
remciiihevc.1 tha typo of the Leader oflV
n weJUMUay evr,,;n(r fcf, by :ctlllir!g a
!eauiiful jelley cake. The cake wan excel
lent and the prints retv.rn sincere thanks, as
they bar a weakness for the x,,.a think of
this world.. Next.
Notice. Geuial Jones, onr cntorpri-.iug
hardware dealer, ishes us to say that as bis
native modesty prevents liini approaching
any of his numerous friends and patrons for
the piirjoe of "dnunins" them, he would
be obliged by those indebted to him, if they
would liquidate Iwfore the 1st of January,
which will enable him to meet his obligations
Ladles' Guild Futr.
The fair and supper promised by the ladies j
of the Guild, ATI Saints' Church, passed off
on Thnrwlay evening, and was a grand suc
cess. The elite of the town and country
were present. Excellent music was furnished
impromptu by those present; a Smith's
American Organ being furnished through the
courtesy of Mr. N. Helryx. Throughout
the evening the livliest interest and pleasure
were manifested, and the elegant articles for
.le were disposed of at an early hour. The
various tables for supplying theVants of the
"inner man" were lilerally patronized, and
everybody saw plenty and had plenty. Bright
eyes, merry smiles, and the unceasing hum
of talk and laughter, together with the beam
ing satisfaction on every countenance, testi
fied that the ladies were but adding fresh
fresh laurels to'their former reputstion of
embarking in such efforts only to l crowned
with the happiest succcsa. The proceeds,
$72, are sufficient to liquidate Ui ret ining
debt on the Church, to which lauda) ' ..bicct
we understand it will ! apirq.ri.-.L Ye
typos of the Leader were not forgotten, ami
they return thanks to the ladies fr a boun
tiful supply of cake. The "devil " sat up all
of one night wondering how long ere the
next fair takes place.
Notice. The following committee has
been invited to take charge of the Christinas
Tree on Tuesday evening: D. D. Earp, D.
C. Lounsbury, John Hartman, W. T. Wil
liamson, Miss Reese, Miss Oglesby, Miss
Griffin, Miss Saling and Miss Clara Hartman.
Articles for the Tree may be left at any of
the stores on Tuesday afternoon until 4
Tn Onr Headers. ,
Owing to tW fact that we have not had an
oportunity to canvass the country thoroughly
for subscribers, and believing that all inter
ested in the progress o Umatilll county, will
lend a helping hand 4 "n enterprise which
will assist in turning this tide of immigration
to this sectioa of the state, we have concluded
to send u copy oi tbfe Leadier to every
citizen of Umatilla county, whose name we
can procure. Shond any desire to discon
tinue the paper, they will please notify us
through the mail or at onr office ,
Officers Elected. At a regular meeting
of Weston Lodge, No. 58, I. 0. 0. F., the
followiug officers were elected fo the ensuing
temi! P. A. Worthingtou, N. G. N. Hendyx,
V. G.; W. T. Williamson, R, S.; F. W.
Johns, P. S.; F. B. Prine, Treas. . The
installation will take place the first Thursday
in January, 1879.
The New Flooring MitU
The Weston city Flouring Mill has been
in successful operation for sevcralj weeks past.
The machinery is said to be thejlicst east of
the Mountains, and gives entire I satisfaction
to the owners. An experienced miller is
engaged and tbe quality of the (lour turned
out under his supervision is
guaranty of his knowledge of the business.
v e imcno, at a niture latq, to give a more
cvtenden description of the mill and its
products; for the present, suffice to say that
the flour is fast gaining an enviable reputa
tion in our home markets. Read the adver
tisement in another column.
Resumed. The Walla Walty Statesman
resumed publication on the th of this
month. A vast improvement jis noticed,
editorially and otherwise, contrasted with
the manner in which ft was conducted, during
the illuess of the late W. II. Ncvcll, by Ed.
W. Dngnn, a miserable scrub, typographic
ally termed a "blacksmitn" printer. Success
the new management.
A 3raellenl Jnhe.
A practical joke was played on
some of our
citizens a few days ago. The quality of flour
manufactured by the new llmirin
mill was a
matter of much interest to some, conspicuous
among whom was II. Mc Arthur. jThe jokers
took him behind a wood-pile witjh an air of
mystery, and confidentially informed bim
that the flour was a sad failure and the mill
practically ditto. The nerves of: that ener
getic countenance for once were j paralyzed.
He said, "Well, now look here boys I tell
you what " but here his inferior maxillary
dropped and he looked down hearted. At
this juncture a third "joker" appeared and
solemnly said, "There is no usc boys, we
must keep this failure of the mil perfectly
dark, or we arc ruined. They s.-y that at
this point small beads of prcspiraition stood
on Mile's countenance, but wc don't vouU
for it "Ad" continued No. 3 jokler, "here
is some of the flour." producing it. Then
Mac's face changed tike the refulgent rays of
Old Sid dispersing an April shower. I. T;
Ret-&? was siniilary experimented uplm. His
voice was ail philosophy, his fare was ail
de.-air. He afterwards eaid it didn?t wom-
him any. The joker-, could only k'.iuckle
and dramatically exclaim, "Ish dot so?''
Thj liq .id depths of Hcndryx' blak eyes
wers in turn stcgnutcd, but -..-hen the flour
ws produced, his happiness ventcdisclf in
handing out the far-famed Green Seal! cigars.
The flour in A. No. 1
Muir Community of Weaton.
Dry (,oods stores, 5; groceries, 4; mi
stores, a; uressmaBers, a; uot:en stores,
drug store, 1; boot and shoe shops, 2; r,uu
smiths, 1; livery stables, 3; pork packers, 1;
blacksmith r.'jops. 4; furniture stores, 2;
newspapers, 1; r. ag.mmnkers, 1; hardware
tores, 1; tin shops, 1; physicians, 4; Attor
neys, 8; dentists, 2; hotels, 2; rc:.tai'.rc;jts, 2;
flouring mills, ; chopping mill, 1; jihiuiiig
mills, 8; wareiicti!s, 4; saloons, 5; jewelry
stores, 2; photograph galleries, ; agricultural
implement supply houses, 3; harness slhops,
2; meat markets, 3; auctioneers, l. In
addition to the above, we have the finest
school-house in Eastern Oregon, and three
chuichc Episcopal, Baptist ami M. E.
South, and four dunnniouations who have no
stated place fm holding service.
C WlXt IL PROC EEDINGS.
Pursuant to a call by T. J. Lucy, Mayor
elect of the city of Weston, John Hartman,
Isham E. baling, Jacob Proebstel, B. F.
Mansfield, Charles McMorris and S. W.
Benjamin, Aldermen, and T. J. Lucy, Mayor;
D. P. Dwight, Recorder; F. B. Prine, Mar
shall; L. S. Wood, Treasurer; elect of said
City, assembled at the office of D. P. D wight,
and each officer took and subscribed an oath
before R. A. Steel, Notary Public, to support
the Constitution of the Uuited States, the
State of Oregon, and to faithfully discharge
the duties of his office to the best of his
The Mayor then called the Council to order
and informed the members that they could
sow proceed to transact any business which
to them might seem proper. j:
John Hartman submitted for the action of
the Council the following: An Ordinance to
establish the Corporate Seal of the City of
Be it ordained by the City Council of the
City of A eston:
Sec, 1. That a Seal in circular form with
the words "City of Weston" "Corporate
Seal " on the outer circle, and in the interior
aud center of said circle, the words "Uma
tilla County, Oregon," shall be the Seal of
the City o Weston, to be used in all cases
in which, by the laws and customs of nations
it is necessary to use a seal by a corporation.
Sec. 2. That said seal shall be aud remain
in the custwly of the Recorder of said City,
to lie used by him or the. Mayor as is pro
vided in the first section of this ordinance
T. J. LUCY, Mayor.
After a short discussion, the Ordinance
was passed without amendment and duly
signed by'thc Mayor.
Jacob Proebstel then moved that the
Mayor appoint a committee of three to draft
Ordinances and Rules of Order, and present
the same for the action of the Council at its
next meeting. The motion was carried, and
the Mayor appointed Jacob Proebstel, Chas.
McMorris and John Hartman such com
mittee. It was then moved by John Hartman, that
the Council now adjourn to meet again at the
same place at the same place at 6J o'clock.
Mouday evening, Dec. 23, 1878.
The Mayor endorsed the motion and in
formed the Council that if it was their
pleasure to pass the motion in that form he
would appoint that day aud hour for the next
meeting of the Council.
The motion was then put and carried,, and
the Council adjourned.
He came to Weston recently. There was
nothing remarkable in his appearance. His
eyes were not closer together than usual. He
was not conspicuous either for getting drunk
or asking credit. He was of medium height
and com pact iy built. He said his name was
Charles E. Jackson. lie displayed some
business habits. He went to bed every
night aud was punctual at his: meals. He
was not dressed well, and .perhaps that
grieved him. Perhaps he thought his attire
otiensivc to others. Une evening he was
seized with remorse. . He walked resolutely
up-stairs in the hotel, appropriated the best
clothes he could find and captured a couple
of Young's blankets besides. His boots,
being, made for another man, may not have
fitted. To break them in he started for
Walla Walla on foot. Near Milton he was
overtaken by a wagon and rode to Walla
Walla. The sun rose next morning on
Weston, but Chas. " E. Jackson did not,
Young discovered this and put vehicles on
every road. They found him in Walla
Walla, and to curb him, locked him up in a
room in the Stine House. Next time they
visited him they found that he bad silently
folded bis tent and stolen away. Perhaps
he used his jack-knife to remove the lock so
cleverly. Where, Oh, where is Charles E.
Gone and Done It.
Quite a ripple of excitement passed among
the fair ones, as it was announced that our
gallant young friend, Dr. J. C. Epperson,
had stolen a rosy march on our citizens. Not
arrayed in solitary pomp, but carrying by his
side one of the brightest, blushing blossoms
of our city. The great Hymen was ap
proached, and the ancient sod smilingly
entwined a wreath of unfading love round
the couple, and airily wafted him from the
dreary relms of Bachelordoin to the Elvsian
bliss of Benedicity, while all the cherub train
following sang notes of mirthful glee. May
they live a life of pleasure, with no worse
visions than flowery felicity, roseate halos of
bliss, and little dimpled stockings in the
future. The cake and champagne that fell
to us by the act, are a sure harbinger of
Could not some of onr enterprising citizens
take steps toward organizing a fire company?
What facilities are there to extinguish a con
flagration, should there be such a misfortune ?
Onr buildings are mostlyjall frame work, and
a few hours with the wind blowing, would be
a sufficient length of time to lay our beautiful
city in ashes. Though wc may not care to
buy a ymachine" at present, yet why not
organize a bucket brigade, with one or two
hundred buckets, kept in some place easy of
access, in case necessity ;ioiild demand their
use. Let us have the opinions of some of
onr citizens in regard tf thi important
CosATiXO. The juvenile population of
our city are enjoying them.-elvcs coasting on
one Oi our principle streets. This is a
dangerous practice, eajierially as the school
children living in the north end of town are
compelled t pass that thoroughfare daily
at the risk of life and limb.
We feel compelled to offer an appology for
the botcliy appearance of the head of our
paper this iss re. We trust thr.t in our next
uumlicr will have the heading which we
originally ocdercd, or wc will know the
reason whv. Ed.
j WalIa Walla awoke the other morning
j ooverd with a flmiitol of "purity" so says
Notice is hereby given, that the citizens of
Weston and vicinity will meet at Saling and
Reese's Hall on Thursday, Dec. 20th, 1878,
at the hour of 1 p. M. of said ,day, for the
purpose of organizing a militia company.
The citizens can judge for themselves as to
the need of such an organization. Recom
mended by Brig. reu. Turner.
Schol Closed. School closed yesterday
until after holidays. The new term will
begin the first Monday after New Year. The
tuition is $5 per seliollar.
Difficult Operation. Mr. Perringcr, a
well known and respected citizen of Greece
wood, who underwent a painful operation of
the removal of a cystic tumor, weighing
three ounces, which was removed bv Drs.
Oglesby and Williamson, has made a perma
nent recovery. Mr. Perringcr is very happy
at the result, as he has been afflicted by the
growing of this tumor for a period of abont
Rapid Work. We do not wish to aimear
egotKWcal, when wc say that we have done
some rapid work in getting our paper out ffn
time. On Tuesday last, at noon, we received
the balance of our material which had been
delayed at Whitman station. We then had
to put our press together, lay our type, write
up eppy, set the advertising columns, etc.
and attend to numerous other thiiigs : so
that slum! any feel inclined to criticise our
first issue; wc ask that they lcar in mind
that we have had several things to do since
Tuesday last, anil with only the assistance of
gentleman, unacquainted with the print
ing business, and our "devil."
Good night, Dickv. dear, "ood night
said a slender youth (as lie slamedthe
gate and paced olf down the street. . He
took out his handkerchief 'to rub the
rouge off the tip end .of his nose, nnd
wondered how much pearl powder costs
a pound when purchased in large quan
tities. Hail Main Elaine, Blaine, Main, Hale
all hail, all blame Blaina Hail Blaine
blame, all oh Hale ! We cannot get
this thing right .
Gold in New York, 100J.
Silver coin, 2 (i 2 discount.
Legal Tenders, buying at MJ; selling at
Wheat Dull and weak; best not quotable
above SI 75, though there are but few sellers.
New York market strong.
Barley Fairly active at the decline.
Corn Large yellow fl 05, small 1,
Flour Dull; lmt not quotable lower.
EPPERSON GRIFFIN ; at Walla Walla, W. T., iHx-eiii-bcrjptli,
by Huv. Eam, I?r. .1. C KiijH-rKuii anl Miss
Helen Griffin, both ai Wottm. Or.
A. F. i A. SI. Weston l.odc. o. 65 ;
lncctH sci-ond ami fourth Saturdays of cai-h
month, at 7 1'. M., in JIuM.-iSeM'a Hal!.
vSsyj,;... I. O. . F. Weston Ltxlsr, '. Ml
"icetn even" Thur.-Uivf at 6:30 1. M., in
3sgjg!t5 Mansfield's Hall.
KliH-oial lmr-!:. W
I.. MacEivuu ouiciatinLr :
services on the first and second Sumlavs of each month.
at 11 A. M. and 1:S i: m
Baptist Chnrrli. Kcv. V.'. H. I'nictt, iiastor;
vices on the first Sunday of each month, at 11 A. 51
JIcthtMlixt 4iinr-Ei Simtfa.- Uev. K. 0. O-lcsliy,
pastor ; services held in the Baptist Church, on the
second Sunday of each month, lit 11 A. M. and 7 v. M.
PROKKSSI OX A U CAKDS.
Attorney at Law,
Will practice in the Courts of this State and Wash
injrton Territory. Special nttuniioii jsud to Land llllice
business and Collections.
Olilrc-tlaiii St., Wesson. ai-.
Physician and .Surgeon,
Oillre, nt Young's Hotel, Main Street.
JAMES P. MIX,
Attorney at Law,
Oflloe, on Third Street, opposite Statesman
W A 1.1. A WAL1A. W T.
CLESIiY & WILLIAMSON,
Physicians and Surgeons,
Will attend all Calls with promptness, day or
R. W. R. JONES,
Office, at the l'lctnre Ciallcry, Weston, Or.
" Inserting Artifiieial Teeth, a Specialty. "53;
jy P. T) WIGHT,
Notary Public, General Land Agent,
KKAL l.TATK RROK.KK,
Ovkick, Mais Stbekt, - Wwrros, Oatoos.
Township Pints of all surveyed lands in Umatilla Co
and record of all claims. Conveyancing and
Collections promftly attended to. Full
supply of Oov., State, Railroad
and Legal blanks on hand
J. n. TVRXER.
URXER & P.AILEY,
Attorneys at Law,
Office on Main Street, Opposite the Court
Honse, I'endleton, Oregon.
tCOLLKCTIONS A SPECIALTY.
The undersigned begs to inform the public of the
City of Weston and vicinity that he
. has opened a
Opposite Weston Postofllcc.
A FINE STOCK OF
Cigars and Tobaccos:!
Mrersrhaniu and Briar
Cigura wholesale and retail.
One Price only.
Xo trouble to show goods.
Give me a call.
FBKD. M. PAIXV.
Resjicctfully announce to the citizens of
Westonand vicinity, the opening
Filled with a large and well-selected
Buying and Selling our Gootl for CASH, we
will ofler the
DIAMOND & CO:, "Weston, Or.
TO YOUK INTEREST;!
And price the Goods at the
Wholesale and Retail
At Walla Walla, W. T.
WHERE YOU CAN BUY
5 pounds Coffee, - $1.
4 " Pepper or Spice, "
; Starch or C. Starch, "
10 " ' Good Salaratus, "
10 " Dried Apples, 1 "
4 " Fine Cal. Peacherf, "
15 " Navy Beans, "
1 " Good Pine Cut, "
Plugs Lorrilard To., "
25 Fine Cigars, , "
And a full assortment M Syrups. Nutmegs, Indigo,
Chocolate. Mustard. Mnlile Sucmr. Candles. Matches.
Currants, Rasins, l'rune, Canned Fruits and Vegetables
oi au kiiius, unve, pui ana joal fill, Spanish Olives,
Lye, Lemon Smnir, Yeast Powders, Macoroni Vemiicillo.
Farino, Hops, Suit and SmoUed Salmon, Maekerel, Cod
risn, tiemiipi, arllnes, all Kinds oi Canned Fish,
Vinegar, Cheese, Horseradish, Mixed and Plain Piekels,
cicnup, faper, uurry i owuer, f-'itron, Jamaica .linger,
r.xiraeis oi an sinus, (jouuenseu .miik, cracKers, Ktc.
Reuicmlwr the place, next floor to the
City Hull, near Main St. In lilgc
Where you will see the sign of
CJ. O. S3. Z3rSS.OC3E13EC."S
fSTCash paid for Hides Woo', Grain, and all other
Jone's PICTURE Gallery
. Fine Photograph, per doz. t3..pO
" lirnia on 4 'arils, . . . . " 1.00
Forty Small Uenix, " I.wo
Twenty " " .M
Pictures enlnrcged, jntinted in Water or Oil
C. W. PRESTON,
ESoot and ShoeJIouse
NEXT TO YOUNG'S HOTEL, WESXON, OR.
All Work Warranted, of the Rest Material
ntitl nt Lowest Rale.
James W. Swezea,
. Manufacturer and Dealer In
HARNESS AND SADDLERY
Three doors above First National Hank,
W.1I.LA WALLA, W. T. '
t& Repairing Promptly Done. S3
Notary Public and Collector,
Agent for Utah, Idaho and Oregon Stage Co's, ivlso,
Denier In Candles, Xuls, Toys, Notions, Cigar
Tolwircos. anil no Microns other artlelen.
THE LEADER. OVE OF
the best Nesi kukris m Oreirori
rvatl by s-v;ral tl.mKiiuls r,( rniVOHH. tlirontrhout the
uiTirt raciiit: voasi.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
IN & SHEET IRON WARE!
AO kinds of
Shelf-Hardware Constantly on
hand, for sale cheap.
A Laige Assortment of
Ranges, Cook and Parlor
or tbe Very Best Material? d Most An
proved Patterns. All Tinware Made r -good
heavy material, and anc tint
the beat workmen employed.
NAILS, ' CUTTLERY,
HORSE SHOES, HORSE NAILS
Guns, Pistols, Cartridges,
Wood and Willow-Ware,
In Fact everything that can be found in ft flmt-claM es
tablishment. All goods sold at cash price as low ae the
lowest. No trouble to show goods. Call and examine
Job Work of all Kinds Promptly Done
D. C. Lounsbury.
Garpenfer, Cabinet laker
Furniture on Hand and Made
Plans and Sneelfleatlon for all kinds of Biuldinsa
drawn and furnished at moderate prices. Also, agent
for Glassford's Mill, for
Wldch I wlQ sell at Walla Walla Prices.-.
Fntlcrlaklne In all Its branches attended to with
dispatch, nave the nnesc ttearae In
Shop, onedoor North of Flag Pole.
WESTON MEAT MARKET!
JOI1X Ji KOl4SiaW, Prop's.
constantly on band, the best
FRESH MEATS I
BACON, MAMS and LARD
In the market. We also keep a large stock 4t
Vegetables and Fruits!
In their Season.
All Orders Filled with Promptness.
CilVE IS A CALL, WE WILL CillAKANTEE
Near Poet Office,
Dealer In all kinds of
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS!
Choice Havana Cisars.
Connected with the Bar, Is the
CALL AND SEE ME,
A I way rcmly to attend to the wants of my
friendii and patrons.
Main Street, Weston, Oregon.
H. B. CRIFFITH,
Dealer In Pure
W1XES, ALES, AND LIQUORS
And Choice Havana Cigars.
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