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Weston Weekly Leader.
rEUZ R. MITCHELL
FRIDA.Y,SEPTEMBER 18, 1885.
Th following re the aothorlied agents of the
LiADitft in their repective tocali'tics:
Pendleton f Jf;,,kor-
Benpner H Hallock,
Milton A B Evans.
Centerrille S H Stuart,
Well Welle, O T Thompson,
Elle P. O Frank Oviatt
Island City J. L. Carter.
Walla Walla . A. Meachen
Read Ordinance No. 38.
-8chol Books at Pauly's.
The dunning days huve come.
Card partiaa are on ths increase.
Mrs. Epperson is on the aick list.
Look at N. Dusenbery & Co.'s new
A new and elegant lot of writing
paper at Pauly's.
Partake of the Hash fonnd on the
Largest and best assortment ef
boots and shoes at Saling k Co's.
What has become of the Irving
The Perfect Pencil Tablet is to be
found at Pauly's.
The health of '.he city and sur
rounding conntry is good.
Go to Saling & Co. for yonr cold
pressed castor and mineral oils.
Quite a number of farmers hare
aold their wheat at 47 cents.
A nice line of candies and nuts at
J. J. Banta & Co., Centerville,
Last Monday Miss Josie Miller
took charge of the school in Vansycle.
School Stationery of all dis
criptions at Pauly's.
The best grapes brought to Weston
this season were raised on Cons creek
Bird seed of the freshest and clean
est kind, at 15c, at Pauly's.
The city fathers now bare a coun
cil room in the lower story of the city
Young men when you want a nob-
'by suit of clothes go to Saling & Co.
Frank Manning watchmaker and
jeweler is at McHone's Hotel, Center
Mr. G. W. Proebstel is over in th
Yakima country looking after his land
Judging from the result of the
auction rale last Saturday there must
be money in the country.
Frank Huber wears the star in the
absence of Marshal Cetchell, who is
across the river lookiag'after his farm.
N. Dusenbery & Co. give 10c on
the dollar discount on all cash purposes
of dry goods, hats, clothing, boots and
Mr. G. W. Tltsworth of Center-
Title is putting a big blacksmith shop
on Main street, oa the site of the one
Don't forget to call and see N.
1 Dusenbery & Co.'s itamenae fall stock.
all are welcome. All goods are mark
ed in plain figures.
Business men who fail to advertise
in their local paper act as if they were
afraid people will find out what style ot
business they are doing.
Business is evidently getting bet
ter, Steinaker dV'Co. have secured an
1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 XT . I
additional clerk and N. Duscakery &.
Co. have dine the same.
Watches cleaned $1.50. Main
apriug $1. Case springs $1. Clocks
cleaned $1. All work warranted by
Frank Manning, Centerville.
Buggies are now sold so cheap by
J. S. White & Co., Weston, that almost
very farmer can afford to have one,
And they are beauties into the bargain.
There will be divine services, morn
ing and evening at All Saints' church.
Weston, next Sunday, lie v. E. C
Johnsou, officiating. Sunday school at
It is about time to organize some
literary society that will furnish regu
Jar entertainment throughout the win
ter; a good old-fashioucd debating club,
if nothing more.
Mr. J. II. McLean, of Wasco coun
ty, who has been up here attending to
lis threshing, returned home yesterday.
He has rented his farm north of town to
Mr. Geo. CarmichaeL
Rheumatism, Umt and Neuralgia
are generally caused by urea in the
Lload, and it is one of the special pro
perties of Dr. Richmond's Samaritan
Nervine to eradicate all these disorders.
One ot the largest and most con
veniently situated hotels in Portland
is the International. Free buss to and
from the house. The best ) 1 per day
house in the Northwest. No Chinese
This week we had a pleasant call
from Mr. J. II. Edwards ot Sand Hol
low, eight miles from Hcppner. He is
greatly pleased with that country and
thinks that in the production of cereals
it will equal even the country around
-Messrs. T. J. Kirk and J. P. Mil
,ler of Ceatof ville are making prepara
tions to put up a brick 30x70 on the
.corner ot Main aad Third streets. Ths
:bailding is to bo one story high and
will be occupied as a general merchan
The Good Templars of this place
had a concert and festival last Saturday
waning. It it said to have been a very
pleasant affair- The young lady who
was entrusted with a generoas supply
of cake and other good things for the
Leader force will pleas rise and ex
plain whit became of the same.
The city Board of Equalization in
many instances raised the assessment
wade by Recorder Joaet. The assess
b!e property is placed at $160,600.
ft year it was $118,900. This is an
"crease ot $41,700, which perhaps rep
resnpta approximately the amount put
into new buildings this season. A tax
' e mills on the dollar has been lev-
? Py tin City Council.
Cove cheese, the best, at Pauly's.
All the brick buildings put up ia
Weston this season are now occupied
Have yonr watch repaired, by
Frank Manning, Centerville.
" There was a slight fall of snow in
the Blue Mountains last Saturday
Notions, etc., at your own price, at
Miss Clara Jones, daughter of W.
R. Jones, is visiting her brothers in
Butter is scarce. The oleomargar
ine man could do a big business in
Nice clean mixed bird seed, only
15c per pound at J. J. Banta & Co.'s,
J. O. Moorehouse has given his
residence on I'umeroy street a nice
dress of new paint.
A wagon load of peaches from
Snake riven sold readily iu town this
week at seven cents a pound.
Remember the cheapest place to
buy your tobacco and cigars is J. J.
Banta & Co.'s, Centerville.
Mr. J. C. Derrick of Geer Springs
had 575 acres of little club wheat that
yielded 32J bushels to the acre.
The LEADER acknowledges a com
plimentary ticket to the State Fair
.which begins at Salem September 21st.
Among the many families that have
moved into town for the winter we no
tice thote of Rev. J. M. Tressenrider
and Mr. Henry Pinkerton.
On this paiie to-day will be found
a striking and instructive illustration
of the comparative worth of the various
kinds of baking powders in the market,
W m. Lowndes, the fainter, now
has tor sale paints of all colors, ready
mixed, in any quantity. Farmers
make a note ot this. Get good paint at
It was rumored on the streets yes
terday that fifty cents per bushel was
being offered for wheat at Blue Moun
tain station. It this is true wheat will
change bauds rapidly from now on.
The Weston Hook & Ladder Co,
of Weston have just paid the $190 due
on the truck and there is about $60 in
the Treasury. It is the intention to
purchase uniforms in the near future,
As soon as the new brick is com
pleted for their occupancy, Messrs,
Hollis & Clcve, of Centerville will re
move their stock thither. In the mean
time they are offering bargains at the
old stand which farmers and others will
do well to examine into.
The New Zealand Loan and Mer
cantile Agency, at San Francisco, has
received from New Zealand some fa
mous Seed Oats, samples of which may
be seen at the Leader office. Parties
wishing to purchase eats for seed from
this Agency should do so before the
middle of October. For prices apply at
Leadek office. Orders respectfully solicited.
The O. R. & N. Co. hare issued a
circular stating that they have reduced
the price of their agricultural lands in
Eastern Oregon and Washington Terri
tory. Land formerly held at $5, $6, $7
md $S per acre, have been reduced $1,
and lands held at $10 and $12 have
been reduced $2 per acre. Parties buy.
ing lands of the company will be given a
discount en their first payment suffi
cient to cover the railroad fare to the
A "dime sociable" under the aus
pices of the Ladies Guild, was held at
Mrs. Proebstcl's on Wednesday even
ing. The spacious parlors were crowd
ed with merry-makers, who enjoyed
themselves until a late hour, partook
ef an excellent supper and went home
well pleased. The next sociable will
be held at Rev. E. C. Johnson's resi
dence on Wednesday evening, the 30th
Last Monday the Weston public
school opened, with Prof. J. M. Shields
as Principal and Miss Mary Miller and
Miss Ella Miller assistants. In the
primary department there are 60 pu
pils; in the intermediate 57 pupils and
in the Principal's room there are 32
pupils: total 149. This is too many
for three teachers. It would bo a good
idea to have many of the very young
pupils excluded. It is folly to send
children under seven years old to
school. It is not only of incalculable
injury to the little ones themselves, but
a serious detriment to the school
The Centerville public schools
opened with sixty pupils, nearly the
same number with which it opened la?t
year. A large number of the pupils
who attend this school reside on the
farms surrounding town and are not ex
pected to enter school before the first
of October. Prof. Edington informs us
that classes are formed in Reed and Kel
logg's Higher Lessons in Eoglish, Kel
logg's Rhetoric, Houston's Physical
Geography, and Brooks' Algebra. Ee
says that the strength of the school does
not consist in the number of pupils, bu
in the thoroughness of the work the
teachers are doing.
Next Tuesday at the Church of the
Redeemer, Pendleton, Her. E. C. John
son, of this place, will be ordained to
the priesthood. The order of services
will be as follows: Tuesday, Sept,
22nd, morning prayer, at 9 a. m. Or
uiualton service at 1U. 3U a. m. sermon
by Bishop Tuttle; evening prayer, at
7.30 p. m., with address; Wednesday,
Sept. 23rd, morning service, with ad
dress, at 10.30 a. ni.; evening prayer,
with sermon, at 7.30 p. m. On Thurs
day, Sept. 24th, the church at Adams
will be consecrated, sermon by Bishop
Tuttle, at 10.30 a. rn. There will be
present at these services Bishop Mor
ris, of Oregon, Bishop Tuttle of Utah
and Idaho, Bishop Paddock of Wash
ington Territory, Rev. W. L. McEwan,
of the Dalles, R L. Stevens of La
Grande, Taos. Smith of Baker city,
W. R. Powell of The Coye, H. D.
Lathrop, D. D., of Walla Walla, W.
E. Potwine of Pendleton and E. C.
Johnson of Westoa.
Friday. Saturda and Xondayi
FEES AND ACCOUNTS ALLOWED.
State vs John Noble, ccst bill, B B
Bishop, 46.90; F J Shearer SI -70; B F
Biglow $1.70; Chas Beunett $1.70; R
McBrown 1.70; J M Hardwick 1.70; A
Quaint 1.70; F H Young 1.70; Al Vo-
Lot Livermore, postage stam, 35:
Miller & Robley, lumber district num
ber 13, 35.28; Miller & Robley, lumber,
F .M Mansfield, 25.20; A J Sturtevant,
hardware, district number 67, 7.70; J
R Ladd, labor on county road, in Hog
Hollow, 15; J R Ladd, labor on county
road 26.25; Watson & Luhrs, lum
ber, district 17, 57-68; Jacob Fra'zer,
umber for county, 4 80; Byrd Bros &
Naylor, district 67, 35.20; J H Laurey,
watching county vault, 21 nights, 42.
Repairing bridge, 1 miles above
Pendleton, John F.Lucy 2.50; W H
Lucy 2.50; Dave Myers 1.
Road district number 254. cost of
survey, V in bcott, 4.50; S C Calvert
6.80; N B Grover 4.40; Orva Caviness
2; W W Caviness 15.
Beuj Despain, board and lodging Ed
Moran, a pauper, 7; Benj Despain,
lioard and lodging Thos Bobern, a pau
Cost of inquest of Ed Hilton : W R
Jones 8.60; J Wagenblast 1; H Mc Ar
thur 2; S Barnes 1; G A Hartman 1; S
H Bernard 1; J W Young 1; J E Beam
Cost of inquest of Neddie Cone: W
R Jones 5; A W Walker 1; Geo Rey
nolds 1; E Marshall 1; S A Barnes 1;
M Taylor 1; I J Crofutt 1; J E Beam 1.
Harold Stewart, services to B Har
vey, a pauper, 9.50; C L Lewis, ser
vices to R Southern, a pauper. 7.50: J
J Ilogan, medical services to R South
ern, a pauper, 5.
Inquest, John Steneer: W F Stanton
1.50; ML Fix 1.60; J Burhle 1.50; A
Maac, 1.50: J Blanchett 1.50: Win
Boyd 1.70; Flerclnoger 1.50; S G Light
Eagan & Vincent, medical services to
paupers and prisoners, 201.25.
J Is Keeney, conveyine Co Court to
poor farm, 5.50.
W in Martin, Sheriff: State vs John
Doe, 63; State vs Kass-ass, et al, 184;
State vs John Adkins, 23.80; State vs
Kester & Sinsher, 3; Mileage after
Hicks to collect tax, 3.40; State vs Wm
Harrison, 5; State vs Wm Scott, 18.50;
Telegraphing Indian murderers, 1S.40;
State vs Jack Riley, 4.30; State vs
Riley & McGowan, 9.30; one day's at
tendance Co Court, 2.66; paid for dip
per, .25; State vg Burns, 1; State vs
Win Holwcll, 3; State vs John Looney,
17.80; H Shelly, 2.50; Insanity of R
Southern, 19.50; Telegraphing and wir
ing chairs, 3.10; State vs Wm Roterts,
15; State vs Lee Hale, 58.20; State vs
Jack Miller, 10.60; Slate vs John No
ble, 10; State vs J W Willbora, 6.S0.
J II Hilton appointed road super
visor for road district number 33.
T McConnell removed and Fred De
lentment appointed supervisor of dis
trict number 47.
J B Cain appointed constable for
Harvey Cover, Earnest Becker and
Thos A Hobin adjudged county charges.
An appropriation of two hundred dol
lars was made for printing and distrib
uting 4500 pamphlets descriptive of
Umatilla county, the East Oregonian
having made a bid to do the work for
Frank Landry's wife ordered paid $12
per month until farther notice, her hug
and being sick and indigent.
in the matter of change in county
road number 254, commencing at the
se corner ot sec 34, tp a n, r 33 e. inter
"W. T.," writing from this place to
the Portland Standard, says:
The past season has been one of gen
eral business depression, and although
our little city of Weston, the Athens of
Eastern Oregon, no doubt shared the
common burdea of hard times, yet the
improvements made give good evidence
of permanent prosperity. We have had
no building boom nor any unusual ex
citement. We have simply kept np our
steady march of progress with an abid
ing faith in the future of the town, and
regardless of present adversities. On
Main street alone this season, the Hotel
company, J. Proebstel, manager, has
built a substantial two-story brick at a
cost of about $9000; F. M. Pauly has
just completed a two-story brick worth
$5000; Messrs. Duseabery & Co., a one
story brick store, the iron in which cost
over $1000, the structure costing about
6000, and Wm. Gould two brick stores
worth $4000. In other parts ef the
town many improvements have been
made, among which might be mention
ed the U. B. Church on Washington
street. These indicate laudable busi
The harvest in this vicinity is about
finished. The acreage sown was im
mense, and the yield proves that old
Umatilla is still the banner county iu
the production of wheat. Within a ra
dius of ten miles ot Westoa the average
yield has ceen about thirty bushels to
the acre. The yield would have been
much greater had it not been for the
severe rain and wind storms that visited
us just before harvest, lodging the grain
so tadly in places that not more tnan
half of it was caught by the header.
Self-binders are coming into vogue. But
even with this great loss the amount of
grain shipped will be immense. Uma
tilla county will dispose of about two
and a quarter million bushels ot wheat.
COMPARATIVE WORTH of BAKING POWDERS,
H0TAL (Absolutely Pure).
BEAM'S (Alain Powder)
BCSFOKD'S (Phosphate) fresh .
ruXFOKD'S, when, fresh,
CH1BS (Alum rowder) qbgaffirMSMBBZaam:
1SAZ0S (Alum Powder)
PlOSEaR (Ban Francisco) .
SXOW FLAKE (QrofTe, St. Paul))
TUXFOBD'S, when not fresh, .
ANDREWS & CO. (contains alum;
(Milwaukee. ) " Kegai. . .,
BULK (Powder aold loose).
BCXFOBD'S, when not fresh.. MM
REPORTS OP GOVERNMENT CHEMISTS
Afc to Purity and TVholesomeness of the Royal Baking Powder.
ews to i-armers
Ship your Wheat with
" I have tested a package of Royal Baking Powder, which I -purchased in the
find it composed of pure and wholesome ingredients. It is a cream
Sotiee to Teacher.
Notice is hereby given that a public
examination of applicants f r teacher's
certificates, will bo held in the school
building at Centerville during Friday
and Saturday, Sept. 25th and 26th,
1885. John Edingtok,
ers accepted, and road ordered opened.
On petition of the Umatilla County
Wool Growers' Association, and it ap
pearing that there is no acting scab
commissioner tor Umatilla county, J Ji
Kay was appointed as such commis
sioner, to serve until his successor shall
be duly appeiuted and qualified. East
Fire In Burnhart Gulch.
Un Thursday, September 10th, in i
Barnhart Gulch, nine miles from Pen-
dletou, a barn, stable and contents were
destroyed by fire. The buildings were
on James Lieuallen's place, which was
rented by J. Hascomb, whose children
set fire to the property while playing 1
with matches. The barn, stable, five
hundred bushels ef wheat, a tool chest,
harness, one fanning mill, header dam
aged $150, and four header boxes was
the extent of the loss, all valued at
about $1000. The larger part of the I
loss falls upon Mr. Hascomb, while
James. J.ieuallen, H. J. Taylor and
William Duff were interested ia the
balance. East Oregonian,
No instance ef a failure on record
when Simmons Liver Regulator has
been properly taken. It removes bil
ious secretions, cures dyspepsia, constl
pation and sick headache, strengthens
the kidneys and gently assists Nature.
open market, and
of tartar powder of a high degree of merit, and does not contain either alum ot
pnoepnates, or otner injurious suostances, 3$. u. loyx, Ph.D."
It it a scientific fact that the Boyal Baking Powder is absolutely pure."
"Ji. A. Mptt, Ph-D."
1 1 have examined a nackaee of Royal Baklnc Powder, rjurchased by myself in
the market. I find it entirely free from alum, terra alba, or any other injurious sub
stance. He nut Morton, Ph.D., President of Stevens Institute of Technology."
" I have analyzed a packaee of Royal Baking Powder. The materials of which
it is composed are pure and wholesome. S. Di-HA Hatzs, State Assayer, Mass,"
The Royal Bakine Powder received the hlcrhest award over all eomcetitori at
the Vienna World's Exposition, 1873 ; at the Centennial, Philadelphia, 1876 ; at the,
American Institute, and at St, o Fairs throughout the country.
No other article of human food has ever received snch high, emphatic, and uni
versal endorsement from eminent chemists, physicians, scientists, and Boards of
ueaim au over me worm.
Note. The above Diagram illustrates the comparative worth of various Bakine
Powders, as shown by Chemical Analysis and experiments made by Prof. Schedler.
A one pound can of each powder was taken, the total leavening power or volume ia
each can calculated, the result being as indicated. This practical test for worth by
Prof. Schedler only proves what every observant consumer of the Royal Baking
Powder knows by practical experience, that, while it costs a few cents per pound
more than ordinary kinds, it is far more economical, and, besides, affords the advan
tage of better work. A single trial of the Royal Baking Powder Will convince any
fair minded person of these facts.
While the diairram shows some of the alum rjowden to be of a Uerher deem
of strength than other powders ranked below them, it is not to be taken as indie
ung mai mcy nave any varae. ui aiom powders, no matter now Wgh their iUengtfc
are to oe avoided as dangerous. ,
who have made arrangements for receiving and forward
ing the same to their San Francisco Ilouse on
. Storage, to await a better market.
Liberal Cash, Advances
Made at a fair rate of Interest, and satisfactory returns
Don't dispose of your whe&t before calling
We have made satisfactory arrangements for a low rata
of storage in San Francisco.
Run No Chances,
But do your shipping with the Old Reliable
An Old-fashioned Idea,
The old-fashioned idea that one should
never enter sv sick room with an empty
stomach is a true one. The gastric
juice is not secreted in an empty stom
ach; it is only when food is taken into
the stomach and digestion commences
that the gastrie juice is present. All
germs are killed by coming in contact
with healthy gastric mice therefore a
full stomach fortifies one against con
tracting contagious diseases. De Ha
ven's Dyspepsia Cure is especially
adapted to act upon the digestive juices
of the system and keeps them in a pure
ana natural condition, in this manner
it ensures proper digestion and assimi
lation of the food. It never fails to ef
fect a cure in the most obstinate cases
f Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Flatulency
and Sickheadache. - Sample bottles free
at W. II. McCoy's drug store.
PKN AND SCISSORS.
Don't forget that lieese & Kedman
are located at Adams, and do a "boss"
A lady visitor at Saratoga changes
tier dress tour times a day. Her hus
Why the Royal" la the Best.
The improved method by which it has
b;en made possible to produce pure
cream of tartar, has had an important I band is stavinc at home and chances
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"-"w"n lw """""K iivin Ill h..Vni f 1 1. OlS BUirL ouce a ionm?QE.
VI , . i.l -I.I Wbai .UK UUWH UHC IHW1IUIWIIUI6 U. Uifctt I O
vacate that portion running throuzh I inS Powder- By the process heretofore
Peter H Wilson's land report of view- generally employed, it has been found
A Hen Convention.
Mr. J. M. McCann, of Bridgeport,
VV. Va., a contributor to poultry jour
nals of the United States and Canada,
and a large chicken raiser, says from
experience that if St. Jacobs Oil is mix
ed with dough and fed to poultry suffer
ing from chicken cholera, all that are
able to swallow will be restored to
health, and if saturated pills are forced
down the throats of those that cannot
swallow they will flap their wings and
crow in your face.
A Liberal Beward
Will be given for the return to the un
dersigned of a canary bird, the descrip
tion of which is about as follows: Top
knot, dark color, good singer.
H. M. .FAULT.
Milton, Sept. 16, 1885.
Wood hauling from the mountains
has commenced in good earnest.
Parties here are having lumber shipped
from Portland by the car-load.
Quite a number of the children and
liaiidchtUlren of Mr. Frazier, Sr.. cele
brated his birthday at his residence last
The new schoolhouse at the old sta
tion is completed with the exception of
paint, and Mr. Arthur Pierce has been
employed as teacher. A good selection,
Key. J. W. Compton called on sever
al of bis Milton friends yesterday en his
way home from AlbaDV, where he has
been attending conference.
Meney sufficient has been raised to
paint the M. E. Chnrch and ience the
lot a much needed improvement.
The I. O. G. T. will give an enter
tainnient at Odd Fellows Hall a week
from next Tuesday evening. Every
body cordially invited to attend.
impossible to remove ' all imparities,
more particularly the tartrate of lime,
which remained to such an extent as to
greatly impair the quality of the cream
ot tartar, and to interfere seriously with
the strength and wholesomeness of the
baking powders into which it entered
Iu the new process, whicn is owned
by the Ro al Baking Powder Company
of New York, and exclusively employ
ed in its extensive tartar works, the
imported crude grape acid is so treated
as to remove all vestige of tartrate of
lime or oilier impurities, giving a pro
duct before unknown a chemically
pure cream of tartar.
By the employment of these superior
facilities, the Royal Bakiug Powder
Company has made the Rcyal Baking j
Powder, as the chemists all certify, of
the highest possible degree of strength,
'absolutely pure and wholesome, and
with an always uniform leavening
power. It is for these reasons that the
"Royal" never fails to produce bread,
biscuit, cakes, etc., that are light,
sweet, digestible and wholesome; the
eating of which is never followed by in
digestion, or any of those physical dis
comforts attendant upon the partaking
ot improperly prepared food. In ren
dering possible the production of a
baking powder possessed of the qualifi
cations, the improved method of refin
ing cream of tartar becomes at once a
matter of material importrnce to the
r which the highest market price w
paid. Also, same amount of
Parties haying barley can have sacks
furnished by me. I receive at any ship.
piag point, either en river or railroad.
ADVANCES MADE ON WHEAT,
reasonable rates of storage
Boots and Shoes
BEST AND CHEAPEST!
rr FOR BALE BJ-
STEINAKER and CO.,
Steinaker & Co.keeD toe Buckingham
!, u.u. 1 1 .1
Jkl men love the past. vounr men
love the future, but if you want to tickle
a girl's fancy give hei a present.
Steinaker & Co. have the largest and
best assortment of wall paper in Weston.
Our experience is that in this country,
Then a man ceases to be one of the com?
inon people, he usually becomes a com
For bargins in glassware and
crockery go toRcese&Redman's, Adams.
If there is anything that weakens a
man when he is tipping his hat to a
lady, it's to have a collector present the
bill for the aforementioned dicer.
Reese & Redman, Adams, are pay
ing the highest market rates for wheat.
Steinaker & Co. make a specialty of
gents clothing and furnishing 'goods.
For a nobby suit call on them.
Bill-heads, letter-heads, note-heads,
etc., printed and put up in tablets at
the Leader office at Portland prices.
The Leader office does all kinds of
job work in first-class style at Portland
Highest Market Price
Hayward Haxd Grenades. -The
best known Fire Extinguisher in the
world. Don't delay In supplying your
selves with them at once. Property
and lives saved every day with them,
You cannot afford to be without them
M. S. McQuarrie, Agt, Walla Walla.
G. J. Becht, 124 Market St., S. F
When baby was Bick, we gave her CASTORIA,
When she was a child, we gave her CASTORIA,
When 6he became Miss, she clung to CASTORIA,
hen she had cbildren.shegave them CASTORIA.
WHITE GIRARD. At the Stine House in Wat
la Walla, on Wednesday evening, the 18th
inet., Mr. MUlard F. Whit end Miss Edith
Girard, both ct Weston
The customers and patrons of the un
dersigned, who know themselves in
debted to him, are herewith asked for
an early settlement of their accounts,
as money is needed. AU bills are ready;
please ask for them. F. M. Pauly.
Lost, on June 14th, 18S5, one match
ed span of sorrel horses, brand on
left shoulder, and y on right shoulder.
One has a white spot on forehead; the
other has no white on him. The horees
are 15 hands high, weigh about 1000 lbs
each, are six years old and are work
horses. Twenty Dollars reward will be
paid for their delivery at the livery sta
ble ia Weston. Any information lead
ing to their recovery will be liberally
paid for. J. B. CHAMBERLAIN,
Dayton, W. T.
ORDINANCE NO. 38,
An Ordinance to Licence Board 1 112
The people of the City of Weston do ordain as
section l. Tnat it shall not be lawrul for any
person or persons or corporation within the cor
porate limits 01 said Uity to exercise or carry on
the business of keeping a tavern or ordinary
where meals are sold and where entertainment
and accommodation for travelers and other
guests are provided, without first obtaining a li
cense from the proper authorities so to do: and
sucd a license snail be Thirty Dollars per quarter
une Hundred ana Twenty uoiiars per year.
Sec. 2. If any person, or persons, who shall
carry on or attempt to carry on the business of
tne aoove occupations, witnout first having ob
tatned a license so to d. as provided bv this Or
dinance, or shall in any way or manner, or under
any circumstances, violate, avoid or refuse, or
neglect to comply with any of tue provisions of
this Ordinance, every such person or persons, on
conviction thereof .shall be hned for each and ev
ery offence any sum not less than Five Iollars
nor more than One Hundred Ikrilars.
No person shall be deemed duly licensed um
der this Ordinance unless such person has actu
ally paid the amount charged for such license to
the Recorder and unless such license has actually
been issued to the person applying f ,t the same.
J. & WHITE, Mayor.
W. R. JONES, Recorder.
or tne same received on
consignment at any
station on the rail
for Sibeon, Quackenbueh A
Important to Farmers
J. S. WHITE & CO.
Has been appointed agent at WESTON fo
for the sale of the following
Batchelors & Wylye's
CELEBRATED SPRIilC-TOOTH GOODS.
' Harrows, Cultivators and Seeders.
MITCHELL'S well known Wagons, Hacks and Buggies,
The Western Fanning Mill,
the best on the Coast, warranted to separate oats and
barley from wheat, taking out everything and leaving
nothing but tue clean wheat.
PARLIN & ORENDORFF'S AND THE CELEBRATED CANTOR SULKY PLOY.
Norack's Celebrated Draper Goods,
Iron fastenings on the end of sticks, preventing the It
THE WATEHTOWX CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES
The Hollingsworth Rake, Self-Dumping.
Til TiPPTI 3 til flTI P I TTntiPl Walker's Wrought Tubular and CasMron Fences,
Corner Third and Streets,
rORTLAXD - OBEGOX. I
Barflies' Arnica Balve.
The Best Salre in the world tor Cats.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheura,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped ; Hands,
Chilblains" Corns, ana all Skin Erupt
ions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satistaction, or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. .For sale by
W. H. McCov.
Do 5ot be Deceived.
There is a firm in Walla Walla try
ing, (and partially succeeding) to steal
a portion of my patronage, by putting
out a sign "Davis Dentist," instead of
their firm same. When yon want den
tal work, performed and warranted by
an operator who is responsible, and Acre
to stay, go to the office over Kees &
Winan's store. Dk. L. M. Davis.
The best quality ef eavelepes furnish
ed and DriDted at Leadee effice for ?5
I per box ef 250.
yOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
Mm and by virtue of an eNecution issued out of
the Circuit Court of the Stuteof Oregon for Uma
tilla County, and to me directed and delivered
upon a judgment and order rendered and enter
ed in said Court on the 29th day of May, 18S5, in
favor of A S. Bowles, plaintiff, and against S.
Doble, defendant, for the sum of Two Hundred
and Forty-six and "5-100 Dollars, and for the fur
ther sum of 40.09 costs: and whereas by said
judgment it was erdertd that the hereinafter
described attached property, to-wit: the north
half of the southwest quarter and the southwest
quarter of the southwest Quarter of section 5
and the northeast quarter ot thesoutheastquarter
vi kchuu o, iiuwitsuip a uurai.range fi &. n. 3a.t
in Umatilla county, Oregon, be sold to satisfy
said judgment and all costs, I will, on the
Seventeenth Day of October, 1885,
at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, at the court house
door, in the town of Pendkton. Umatilla countv.
Oregon, sell the right, title and interest of the
said S. Doble in and to the above described prop
erty, at public auction, to the highest bidder for
casn in nana, tne proceeds to be applied in sat
isfaction of said execution and all costs.
Dated September 10th, 18S5. '
18 Sheriff of Umatilla County, Oregon.
Milton. Oregon. June an lau
Notice is hereby given that the copartnership
heretofore existing between Whitley & Landon is
una uay uiHo:vea oy mutual consent.
8. P. WHITLEY.
T. P. LANDON.
Our facilities are such that wo defy com
petition, llna is the largest .ana
most respectably kept hotel
in ths Northwest.
Board and Lodging, $1 per Day.
Ileal!) 25e. lodging 25 and 50c.
Free bus to and from the house. No
Chinese Employed. Three blocks
from all railroad depots. Three blocks
from all steamboat landinzs.
E. LEWISTON, Prop.
O. Clark, Agent.
AU orders filled with promptness and at Walla Walt.
prices. LIBERAL DISCOUNT I OK UASII.
Call and examine Goods and prices.
Office on Main St., one door east of Marshall Ilonse.
A o tice for Publication.
Lakd OmcB at La Grakdk, Ossoosi
August 22, 1S85.
Notice is hereby given that the following.
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim.and that
said proof will be made before the Countv Clerk
of Umatilla County, Oregon, at Pendleton, Ore-
Eben g. Waterman,
D. S. No. 5412, for the northwest quarter of sec
tion zo, bownsnip o nortn.ranire 34 K. w. Al.
He names the following witnesses to Drove his
i-utitwiuuua resilience upon, ana cultivation ei,
said land, viz: I
Ccorge W. Raymond, Henry Derrick, J. 8. Zer-
oa ana b. w.ierDa, an of Cenfrvine, Oregon.
8. O. SWACKHAMER.
BUGGY AXD WAGON
We are now prepare to receive en consignment,
ouy or non
Thus giving yon choice in disposing ot yonr croz.
Grain Sacks for Sale.
Alio LUMBER, rough or dressed, sale
reasonable rates aad in quantities, to suit.
Wheat received on consignment ot lor storage at
iscntcrvme ana raer-iana, ajfta ooqgai
at any railroad, TifV
MILLER & ROBLEY,
Centerville , Oreca
Graining in All Kinds of Wood,
8dMl KnpfUlx, XoYelil, Clean, Ts
wte, CaBfectloKerT, Eta., pT
At the ?. O, Store HILTON, OIL S
jyj I BONEBRAKE,
Odor of Forest. Sparkle of Stream.
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birds as animals? Do 70a know that for t
years we have been publishing a briirht weekly
page' devoted to these subjects? Itvillropar
you to look at copy of the Forest and Straus,
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