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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 20, 1914)
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to bo thankful for
A few of the many good things at our
store that will help make your
Thanksgiving Dinner a success:
Cranberries late Howe
Celery Fancy Blue Ribbon
Lettuce Hot house
Pumpkin Fancy Pie
Nuts of "all kinds
-.... Apples Fancy Table
IL. L O'Haua
' (Phone Main 241)
GROCER - - - HABERDASHER
(Fresh Vegetable and Fruit Our Specialties)
The cream of 1,000 acre of
OiegM-WaskbcUa-Idake's Hm KMm Cre)
jpfv dK f"fck
will be on competitive exhibition at the
To be held under auspices of
OreSon-Washinton Railroad & Navigation Company
Walla Walla, Washington
November 25 to 28, 1914
nor. c l. sanm o-w. t a i. Atricaitaitt.
Low Fares for the Round Trip
Ticketa. acbedule and full information upon
application to W. W. SHOT,
Agent, O-W. R. N. Co., Weston, Oregon.
Preston-Shaffer Milling Co.
Athena, Ore jon Waitsburg, Wash.
Made of selected Bluestem in one of the
best equipped mills in the Northwest
Sold iii Weston by
L 1. 0'Harra and D. R. Wood
CLARK WOOD, PwblUhcr
Strictly in ATbnct
Frvnr Months .
... 0 75
... 0 AO
Pr inrh per month .10 SO
Par ini-li. mm iiiMtrtion 30
ltrnls. xr line eecli insertion. . ... 0ft
NOV. 20. I94
Enttrte al thf pesloffies at Vutsa. Ortjea.
as mcw4 cln aiail mtita.
Vienna reports an important Tueton
victory at Kit no. but Petrograd as
serts that it will Kntnoieeoritch.
If the Turk did fire at an American
launch thev took rood eare to miaa it;
and anyway, they are in for an awful
Kcking from the alliea. r
We note without much enthusiasm
that reserve banka have been estab
lished, as we have always found bank
ers sufficiently reserved.
Mot the least of the great war's te
rn reed ills is the crimp it puts into al
truistie and beautiful theories as to
the Brotherhood of Man.
Dr. Armeaard Karl Graves, interna
tional Btr. predicts that Russia will be
fighting soon "on the side of Germa
ny." On ail sides and through the
Brother Lampman of the Gold Hill
Newa is kicking fiercely because Ore
gon did not abolish capital punishment;
but he may as well leave that sort oi
thine; to the fellows who "swing."
the hush of the avetjlng bluah the
clouds to ocean rale, f or the heart a
a blunderfuL wonderful thing- lute
With Single StriCKen Binng stiunu
uik,mif ikio! it will not ulav
in the rrowiWvl way, or the gariah light
of golden dav-but ever the hille and
gar away n uia wyvuhh wwm
I a,nt I a m down to the bonier of
town at veeper lime, at twilight tkle;
for torr may name me t
or clown when heaven's sunset
stretches w WW -and the bitter look
ta a Anlaned book of unremem
bered prvle. For the heart ia a
a.i..i.r.l v.l.l kits hklilen and
hampered ami aadty mute, tuned to the
evening innu; win m
the greedy reap, or spring as the duatv
. 7-1. i.n.it twilurht time It
wakes from sleep and sings the sunset
i - m itwn to the border of
town at vesper tkle, at twilight time.
to watch the weeiem aim vi
flame to Immortal rhyme-where none
... "Who ia Ihia iav. thw lemon.
or this Une?,, For the heart is a blun-
derful. wonderful thing-a lute witn a
tkat tramhltts in
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ua all; then be he great or friend to
rate, oe ne nine, oi tow eia,
prince or pauper-it leapa elate to lilt
at evening's calk
All of which Is very beeutiful-nay,
enchanttne. Yet rhapsody may merge
into profanity, poetic dream Into a
grim - nightmare, should the inspires
hut rare ices bard wander too close to
hornet's neet or lay him down to
commune with Nature in nea oi
nlan oak." The borders of tome
towns possess undeniable disadvantages.
THE NEW WET AND DRY UVE-rP
As a result of the Novmber 'elec
tlone there are now fourteen eiatue In
the dry column. Thr are Artaoea.
Colorado. Oeorala. Kanaaa. Maine.
Mlaalaslppl. North Carolina. North Da.
nkiahnraa. Orreon. IVnnvMro.
Vlralnla., Washington an West Vlr
n..i. MVnm 11 alatva In which
half the population live In ao-callco
ao-llcenao irrntory. mff
irkiiiiu' Florida. Iilaho. In
dlana, Iowa, Kentucky. LouUlana.
Mlnnwota, Nebraaaa. New Hampahirr.
South Carolina, South Dakota, Taa
and Vermont. '
Tnere remain eleven stales In which
II per cent of the population lives In
no-Hcenee territory. They are Cali
fornia. Delaware. Illinois, Maryland.
Maaaachuaelta. Mlcnigan. aiiaauuri.
nk. fi.K Wlaronaln and Wyomina
At different times in the past It autee
have adopted tne poncy ot prenimo.
. ,, nrtm muai or another.
All ,,i . v .
abandoned It tor local option or con
.1 K. Umim
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f.li,nHil. and Ohio. OUt Of the SIX
-..- i- hirh atato-wtde orohlbltlnn
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amendmenta were voieo on m iaii(
. .- - Mmaln In th Wet COlUmn.
W7 1 I r . ... -
In Ohio, the new amendment to the
.winatifutlon nraetlcally places the
i ik. m-,.r rniumn forever, aa
provldea that no new llnuor leglaUtlon
.k.u Ka introduced Into the lcl!a-
ture. The preeant lawa, however, are
very strict and are carrica out o m
letter. The new amendment doee not
prohibit" the holding of wet and dry
lections In communiuie, unocr n
lawa that are at present In force.
The states that have voted dry dur
ing the year ltti are Aiam. t oiora
do, Oregon. Washington' and Virginia
W. H. Hardy has the thanks of this
office for a noble Huboara squaan.
hih t hrourht In snd left on our
typewriter a few days ago. Tho type
writer wasn't mucn gooa anyway.
won It In a raffle two years ago.
hadn't taken very gooa care oi n.
Paul Rvan. who reDorta for our eat
n.t.mn aava thia la a funny
old world. Paul went to Interview the
captain of a ahlp, and the Cap. called
him down because, nc aioni ap on
Ma hai when "he entered the camn.
A few days later Paul was sent to re
port Stanley Beroa lecture at aw
BhuiAM ivnifnm,. Ho took his hat
off before he went In, and when he
got In an usher made him put it oaca
n,nv MeAlllater Is here from N.
Taklma. Wash., where he runs a
brewery. He says he has traced It to
ita annrro. and that ho tlnos tnsi me
glass factory rumor started in Seattle.
the w. . Alaskan seaport, ana prooa
ki riaht In the P.-L office. He de
nies the rumor, ss well aa the one that
ell the breweries are going to turn
either Into pie foundrtee, knitting
plants or scenlo railways showing a
panorama of the European war,
T.ha P M-Manna ed. of est. Con-
temp. the Fend. Trlbw Is honoring the
metrooolla with hU presence. . aiiw io
see If Doc. Smith stays put
TWO THUGS ATTACK
A WESTON CITIZEN
NOTICE TO COYTlUCTOItS.
0.Ml. UlAm wIU k TMVA bV th
, 7ericivi miu " ' w - " '
undersigned until Monday, November
21, IJ14, for rilling o cudic
At- mr,A arraval al tha WeatOn POP-
lar Spring dam. Plans and specifica
tions may be seen at my office. Tha
ri of Weston reservea the right to
reject any or alt bids.
I "' ' ' City Recorder.
Weston, Ore., November 16, mi.
i-ah aanrlra la tha deDOt Or tO HOJ
part of town, day or night, 25 cents,
uina tha Marshall House or Bumper's
livery barn. Lata McBrlde.
The esteemed Oregonian Is informed
that even a Chinese egg would be a far
from repulsive little stranger these
frosty mornings on the breakfast plate,
with the laid-in-Oregon brand so sel
Acain is it demonstrated that we
have a sane and statesman in the exec
utive chair, for "President Wilson is
determined that nnder no circumstances
shall tbe United States be involved in
war with Turkey."
nrr u cumn, ou scout
We sympathize deeply with Brother
Ran T.amnman's veaming desire so
soulfully expressed herewith In the
Gold Hill News. Let him, however,
avoid the brlndle bull that hirketh mal
evolently in the pasture:
I want to go down to the border of
town at twilight time, at vesper tide,
. L -r .nnl mta tia thtt.-n itnWn
wiicii n' i " .
and close in the clover bide-and on in
Fresh Bread, Cake and
Fine Candies Also
Good Meals at All Hours J2S cent
Lodg Suppers Specialty
ZEHM the Baker
Dupuis Building, Main and Water
Report of Treasurer Shows How
Money Was Handled.
Ilelow la the financial statement of
tha H IV S. N. M. eanuvalgn conmili.ee
as compiled br the treasurer, 8. A.
Ilarnea. and submitted lo the rHOre-
tary of Stale aa required by law)
Walla A IVigere
Vf I LI i .... LI ana la KI
J. M. lUnlater
I. I. tVllarra ,.
U It. Van Winkle
r. C Oreer
W. K. Wowh
J. A. King
v, ii. uoum
J. II. I 'rice
I. T. ItarlKMir
Allck Johnaon ..
J. P. Meuallen
W. II. lkwher ;
Ueo. W. Htagirs
K. O. DeMoaa
' m. rVihnekler
C. K. Hulnnch
K M. Miullh
H. A. Hsmes
H. II. King
Ia IV Davia
J. K. Snliler
J. M. I'rlce
It. U. Sallng
t M. IVice
J. . t'hapln
J. H. Key
Oeo, W. Winn
W. A. lUrnea
Dr. U H. 8mlth
J. S. Harris
Amly T. Harnett
J. M. A.hworlh
It Lieuallen A Son
J. M. Common
C. L. riokmon
J. H. Clutllus
W. S. V
R. L. Wilson
Julia K. Haallnga
J. V. Hell
A. 1'. Perry
D. K. Wood
Dr. M, Kennard
Sim J. Culley
K. U Hlomgren
IL A. lirandt
iseoave, Jec J ui ma.
Hebaie, W. S. I'avne
I toad Fund
Total rjm 00
Waatnn T a,lr. nrlntlnir 13 20
tluavap Knir. Co.. CUl V
WatuA Kotrera, sign sundries 41 U
MlUa I'hailen. cut 1 33
UK. Van Winkle, stamps ....
W. n. rayne. enjienaa .a
Pi.rtlanil H at K. CO.. CUIS 5 70
Oregon Journal, aJv 34 4
r. R Van Winkle, alanine .... S
Up-to-The-Tlmea, adv 25
Oregon Journal, adv 34 M
Orrgonlan, adv 1H 40
Oregon Journal, adv 0 30
Oregonlan, adv - 141 12
Weaion Leader, printing 5
Oregonlan, adv.. 18 40
UIl. van wtnkie, stamps ....
P. A. Worvhlngton, dlst. liter
ature, City of Portland 10
Alhanv Herald, adv 10
Oregon Journal, adv..... 84 20
AatiiHan. alv. IV
Oreironlan, adv 211 9
Ashland Tidings, adv 9 50
Klgln Kecordor, adv
Oregon Statesman, adv 20
MetifordHun, alv 10
La Grande Observer, adv 8
The Dalles Chronicle, adv 4
Portland K A K. Co.. CUIS .... IS W
Oregon Journal, adv 1H7 W
Oregon Journal, au v.... , ino ie
Kugene Iteglster, auv iu
Kugene uuaru, auv i
Pendleton Tribune, adv 00
K. O., 100,000 circulars ra
V O . alv 15
Oregon Statesman, adv. 10
L. It. Vsn Winkle, stamps .... 1 00
K. Kails Northwestern, adr.... 20
Ooqullie Herald, adv 5
Aatorlan. adv 10
Roseburg News, adv 8 ,
Astoria Hudget, adv ii
Jmm JL Flnirara. Kannara . . . . . 3
Haleib Journal, adv 14
Medford Mail, adv 10
Oregonian, adv 19 60
arvaiiis Jimea, but o
I. A. Ilarnea. siamits 2 SO
Coos Bar Times, adv 10
larlr Wood, axiiense 8
UI U Pavna. aarviflAI "123 75
'rillamnolr Herald, adv 6
Sec'y of State, pamphlet adv... 60 .
A. H. Harris, services
Oregonian, adv 147
Portland News. adv. 31 CO
Ashland Herald, adv 4 00
Astoria Budget, adv 12
Oregon Journal, adv 75 76
White going home shout nine o'clock
rrldav avanlne with the day's re
eelpla of his bualnaaa, U It. WiMtd
was held up and assaulted In front of
The Leader office on Main streel. by
Iwe unknown men. one approached
him from In front, and while Mr.
Wood waa engaged In flall.uffa with
thla undesirable rlllsen the other at
tacked him unetpectedly from the
rear, showering blows upon him with
some sort of weapon which foil like
a alung-ehot. reeling lhal he waa
about to fall he dived off the side
walk Into the street, at the aame lime
ualng hta lunsa to good advanlase.
rearing the gvnrral alarm which Ml.
lowed the Iwe Ihuga took to their heeli
without being able to appropriate
their victim's money. An Informal
noaae soon aaaembled, and headed by
City Mraahal Wilson mad search of
likely hiding places without result
Officers of neighboring towns and the
county sheriff were notified, bul so
far the culprits have mads good their
escspe, although men answering their
description were seen to paas through
rrvewaler early the neat day. Thvy
left their bedding and a red swesler
near the scene of their d wperale as
aault. and from the awcater they were
Identified aa two strange men who
had been Idling sbout Weston for sav
vral daya. Kvldently they 'had seen
Mr. Wood count and pocket hie
money and decided to persuade him
to part with It. but reckoned without
their host, aa now and then a Wood
can be found who la foolish enough lo
fight. Aald from a few tare lumps
on Ihe back of hla head, Mr. Wood es
caped without Injury. '
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At Your Service
Omnibus or Ttxiab
DAY OR NIGHT
Phone No. 20S or leave orders it
Main Street Barn.
General Livery and Feed
E. M. WEEKS
om hit or NKWtt,
Philsdelphl. Ps. tls polk-emon
recently matched Coins to aeo who
would adopt an abandoned baby found
by an officer on a dooretep.
Ilradford. Pa. A Peniuoivanla
minuter refuses to marry sny mora
men who cannot show sn Income of
11000 or more a year,
Boawell, Ind. Wednesday, Nov. 4.
waa pigeon day In the acvrral sur
rounding counties. Kvcry man and
boy who could get a shotgun aaalaled
In tha exterminating of the pigeons,
which are aald lo be the chief carrier
of the hog cholera germs.
South Hwnd. Nrb.TVn years sgo
Frank Here, brakeinan. lost a let
when hla foot was rsoghi in a switch
snd he wss run over by sn engine.
Hecently he lost his cork leg In the
aame sort of an accident al the aamr
Detroit. Mich. Marojrle Davis. Ihe
IT months old daushtcr of Mr. and
Mr. C. C. Davis, hss a frak tmnh.
A few daya ago her mother noticed a
dark apol on on of tha baby's teeth
and Cook her to a dentist. The dark
spot wa found to be a perfect ellver
filling. Aa Ihe baby had never vlaltcd
a dentist before the filling Is looked
upon aa a grest curiosity.
Oreenaburg. Pa. Jame tVllaun.
fsrmer, wondered why hU favorite cow
wss not giving milk, lie followed
her on morning snd found in cow
waa mothering a fawn that had es
caped from the Ulale Home Preeerve,
Charleston. W. Va Thla atnto went
dry on July let and at the first ses
sion of the grand Jury, Juat completed.
1(9 Indlctmenta were returned. Of
which 70 are for bootlegging or keep
ing "blind pigs." This was a surprlae
to the residents of this county for II
was snnounccd before Ihe election
thst If Ihe prohibition amendment
would carry II would put a complete
stop lo the sale of llnuor In the stale.
Alton. Mop Jnetlrn of the Peace
George D. Pfelffer recently celebrated
his fiftieth birthday by reducing cost
of marriage ceremonies from 12 lo II.
ryton. O. Uiundryman nesr here
hss captive balloon with which laun
dry I raised sbove tho dust of Ihe city
lo bleach and dry.
Barney Despaln, a younger son of a
respected pioneer family. Is In Jail st
Pendleton on a charge of burglarlilng
the home of Councilman J. K. Mont
gomery. He Is suspected of a number
of house robberies.
Are You Hesitating f
a. to whsreyoushould pl.ee that or-
der tor grant sno r --
il..n.ia mi looser, we tan
give you indubitable evidence Jhat It
S'TT ' I ..Ualila, A
will le to . r,.
kMlge It with ua, Ihe kind el pr'l that
mates It. way In court . a.. - for eur
lirat customer will tell ! the
uualllf of our goods. KolVd Ilsrlsy,
Oata and Whe.ri r. MlMsUf
( hicksn Keed. V" Ne Wl.
D.'r. WOOD the rccd Man
Ladies' and OenU'
Will be at MARSHALL HOUSE
With a beautiful display ef '
RATINES and SILKS
Good and Prices Will Phrase
gjr IIOTt-X SAMPLE ROOM
DR. W. G. HUGHES
Office in the Klam Building, Milton,
Hours, 9 to 12 and 1 to 0.
Chaa. H. Carter
Dan P. Smyths
Carter & Smythe
. S. V. KNOX
LAWTEl AND R0TA1Y PUBLIC
Office at corner of Main and Broad St
Weston, Oregon, the old stand
for twenty-flve years.
Local Lodge Directory
.STKVKSK MUXIK NO. ". K. tK IV J
Meeta every Wednrailar evening.
C la ritikerlon, f. C. V. T. Harbour,
K. of It, H.
VfN'tS tiOIMIK Mt. 5. A. r. A A.
M. Mer ta every aeouoU ami f. Mirth
Satunlar In each nwmlh, K O. De
Moss. W. M. U II. IhivK rlee.
WIKPON UUKiK N. W, I. . . V.
W-wts every Tburwlsy evening. J.
M. Aahworth, N. tl. A. A. Kees,
Ih-e. Hee.1 K. O. DM.s. K. Mee.
WIMTON t'AMI fO. Ill W. 41. W.
i laihaini ami iKinl Halanlate
of each month. Monroe Tamer, t'.
V. J. J. Ileelrr. Clerk.
KL'HKKA AHHKMHI.V N. SI. t:N
tii Artlanna. Meets lite ttrat ami
thlnl Mnfaa In each mmh. i. A.
McKss. M. A. rrancest;. Wmak M.
KKlHiltA t'IIU I.KN. IK W.O. W.
Meets ilia flrat six I llilnl Turvlata In
each inoiiili. Kvs IVMeea, (I. N. Nel
lie Klllgoie, t'lerk.
HTKI'll.VNIK TliMI'LK NO. 31. IY;
thlan Hlaisrs. Meet a Ihe aetniwl ami
fourth Momleta In eacli iihihiIi, Anna
O llarra. M. K t Alice K. I'rlee, M
of II. A ('.
HIAWATHA HKHKKAH MDOK
No. h. Meeta the aewml m fourth
Tuewlats of each month laUa Mor
riaon, N. tl. "Ml huld, Mr. lit
tle llramlt, rtn. Kee.
fltrXt'KNT t'MAITKH N. 4T. t.
K. H. Meets the srvund snd fourth
Kriilaja of each inmilH. KUtnor M.
Warren. W. M. Alice r. I'rlce. See.
HOMER I. WATTS
I'raeilce In all Htste and federal
inula taarka ad amHsMa awaia, aa
tm. Mal w-M aKa a aaata aa Sa.
wrlpiwa far gftgg CiaitOH aa fsfae)
an nn Mlay. as rH.nwwa.
PATgNTB BUILD fOBTUWtg
fmm. (W Ira. fcooaW. Ml law. alas aJlew")
Bad aaa ,a MMMMrr. WHMIaaar,
D. SWIFT & CO.
IH1 Luaalli C WaaalaalaM B IL
iaj,i,iiaiiwr;eiKMiwiv yiie.tieyji'1 :.u yyapwrerriraiawiaiji ii ui in
Eight-Foot Cedar Fence Posts
tarred or untarred, at right prices
Large supply of
Lehigh Portland Cement
Dry Slabwood and Cordwood ;
either sawed or in 4-foot lengths