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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 19, 1915)
OHIUNANl'IC MO. all.
Ti .nMiil sWllim I and HfMloa I
Mor2 N "( . n'f .5
Waatua. Oron. .milled "ordinance
Win WW iseaaja. ...
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:",r,"'.r,:,H dt ; .
houaaa and tippling hone., and th.
, '"r-'i' r:nt i"?
Which waa paawd by Iha t'ommoa games of rham-a or ahlll. and will not
CaVnrll th. fit "of W.alon and ap. I- m... r or holat.rn.i. en-
broJld bv th. Mayor thereof un Iha du. I Ih.r.lll, and that ha will not urn-
ftTh da. r of jlnuary " til? ' '" connection
nit? iCJirio nT till lily "l Wralu d "" """
T,?L.T?i' .7.ii.!!r.r u"i,,limb window or othrr Use d-
al. and nun-haaa of Iriloalratlna virea iu . , ,,,.... .,
Iluqora within the tlty of Weeinn. and 'partly conr.al th. Int.r
derlarlng an .merge my." whl. h was rom from th. elre.l on
uaaa.d by th. fomoion I'mimM arid aarna la i.aled; that au
pprovad by th. Mayor of aald t'ltyiwlll r.indm-ted In a r
pprovad by th.. Mayor of ..Id t'liy ,
on January IT, hi, tie, ana m same
lhrehy,,.nd.d".o a. to r.ad a.
lUlltlWA! Willi II garwiss .rinn a-ar- ..,-.. -. -. '
M.vllon I. Kv.ry applloant for a leloe.d. i-arapt by alnal. '"' "'
lle.na. under Oil oidlnanr. ahall, at treneparent window glaea ""'"M
I. aat l.n U.ya hefor. h. dealr-s eu.hlof t '' ft abov. th. aid.-
II. -.naa to la.ua. flla lth Iha i lly It.. ,alh In front brrof. and b,,nn n
vordar hi. application th.r.for in I not mnr. than four V .II
wrlilix. whlr-h application ahall ant alrt.waim provld.d. hat apac. tw.i t..
forth tha nam. or nmt.a of th. appll-icd on. half of th. width or in.
rant or appllcanla. thn hM-allon of th. front of aald room rrtay ba orrupl.d
bulldlna la which th. applicant pro- by lh. doora. 'la. framt ana aa.n
iMwaa to conduct auch bu.lri.aa. th. In-of th. doora and wlndowa th.raof
t.r..l which th. a cant ha. In auchiand will at all I m.a k wp th. room
bu.ln.aa. and thai Iha applicant la not whrrrln auch bualnraa la P.induct.d ao
UlaMuallflad from prm urma or hldln ! Ilaht.d that th. Int.rlor
auch llcna. under lh. Inrrrui of Ihta all prraona thi-r.ln may b plainly vial.
ordlnanoa, that no brrwrr or pr..n b" rrorn aucn ir"-tnt.ri-d
In a br.wcry l.. any Int.r- "i That lh. Ilr.na.. """
at In tha llr.nw appll.d fr. and lhta In or p.rnilt any nlh.r buain-
tha applicant aar.m In th. l.ron, con
Allium and p.naltl.. auv.rnlna am h
llrana., aa prca.rtl.ril by thla ordl
n., whl.h appll.-atl.in .hall ba
alrtMxl tijf iha applicant; ami iha ap
tillnatlon, alien BIhI, ahall Iw aMnmi
paat.d by a plat or diagram or Iha
room In which It U propiwad In con
durt auch a bu.ln.aa. ah.iwln. tha I"
ratlon of all doora, wiu.lowa and ata
tlonary flituraa th.r.ln, wlih th. pro.
pMMt1 rhana.a lu b. mad liivrvln. ana
.hall b. furih.r accomi.anl.d by a r.r.
tld.d rh.ck payabl. tu lh. t'lty of;
WmIoh fur lh. amount n.c.aaary to
pay llcana. until lh first day of Janu-
Mb) That lh. llcna.. will not
V.p rn nr allow to b. k.pl op.n
tha ataro of bualn.aa for which auch
llcna la grant.d. nor will h. a.11 or
illapoM of or permit to b. ao, nr dla.
MM.d of In conn.cllon with aald bual
ti.aa any aplrlloua. vinoua or malt bvv
rragoa or Intonlcalltig litmra bctwrnn
th. hour of 10 u'rlock I. M. and (
o'clock A. M, or .ach night. hr b
tr.a tha hour, of . o'clock J. M.
Baturday night and t o'clock A. M
Monday morning, nor on any day on
which an alartlon la h.ld In th. t'liy
f W-olon durlna lh. lima that th.
polla ahall b np.n for voting, and
that Uifwi tho hour of to o'clock
V. M. on Baturday nighl and I o'clock
A. M. on Monday morning, and on
.vary day on which an .l.cilon .hall
tw h.ld In lh. tlty of W.aton. h wl l
allow no axraon to .nt.r th. room In
which aucl. boalnca la rondurt.d un
.aa accompanl.d by Iha marahal or
on. of hla dnput'M.
"r Thai lh. llcna.. will con
duct th. bualnaa for which llc.na. la
aak.d In on. room which room ahall
bo without partition., acrarna. alrovca
or booth., card tabl.a, pool or billiard
tablaa. and without .nti-anc ur rati
air.pt lh. front door located on th.
alert Indicated upon th. plat fll.d
with hla application; provld.d thai In
caa. auch bualnaaa la conducted In
connection with a bona fid. hotel, on.
additional .ntt-anc ahall b. allow.d
from lh. lobby or hall of auch hotel;
and. provided further. Ihal In all
raami a door mnv l malnlalnrd Into
a lavatory, provided auch lavatory haa
no oth.r .nlrnnc; that lh llcnac
ahall not .rv. any Intoxicating ll.iuor
or a.11 Intoxicating Ibnior to b. a.rv.d
In any room In lh. hull.ling In which
auch bualn.aa la conducted other than
th. room In which lh. bar la local.d.
and that all liquor aold al retail ahall
Frvah HroaH, Cnka and Paatry.
Finn Caniliva. Good Moiila at All
Mount, -Tip. Wa apecialica in
LtxiKt' and Tarty Suppors.
ZEHM the Baker
Dupula RtilUlins, Main and Water
Shorn and Harneai'
r)klred noxt door.
r..,, v;.t..n In'h.r.aftcr h. b.aur.1 under Ihla orm- ,bl. lo find what h.y warn ai .
rlTJ TUr.-f 1.0 ihuullnd doUara nnc ahall b. laau.d ao aa lo l''rJ y Wood. aal.. mday. F.b. I. at
.,;,:5Vh7:,:pZri,nii,lbVV-. -J m.dnh,h. ,rh.r II. ..... ,,rlr, ranch on Ury cr.ck.
r.'bXuP;c!rrnd'!;:rn:,,Mh',UmMr.lV Th. ,u.r,.r.y report of th. Oregon
.all or dlapoaa of. or aaalal In aupply. ftundrr. d. aral or ona y.ar a wrr b,rlni ,n) only I
... ....i.hi... . ...irii.ii.a vinoua and auch llcna. ahall autnoria. in. .orr Artn th.
1""-.. .. :.V iH...;i..iin. p.ra..n to whom lh. aam. la gram.u o.a.n. fw
iL..aa. Sa ir to any per- o aril aplrlloua. vinoua or malt ocv- montha or ucioocr.
LTln .'J tnto."'.; rrnd;...mV..r.o;.r... upon,.h. pr.rrtl... dc rlb.d In fpmb,r, m4.
5b7.h:,W?rLW Inaamuch a. crla.n p.r- Afcor(,,n, lo th. Ath.na Pra. Matt
than on..haTlm"laJ blood wh,.Tv Una ar. about to apply for a Hen... Ulrllv, d..P,d.d lo r.maln In th.
-K.tl. w.th" m.rnt... bu..n. at Ath.na. Mr
ho will aot p.rmlt any minor r anyi ; ! Inlnilc.ilng .''' J' "1", Irharl.a ll.tta. form.rly conn-t.d
p.r...n In an Into.lct.d condition, or t of W "'"' T'midi h?r! with lh. Moagrov. ..t.bll.hm.nt. will.
i&srvr&z 'n7n:rrh.nrr.! wxjwz rsa t IK
hair Indian blood who llv. or ...o- rnald.rni n and alt.ntl..n of th. . roun, A,.
In or around ho pt.mlac. r..r ahi.n n (h i Hy , -lunBU who win a.rve aa
for youraelf our claimi aa to the clean
tineaa and general excellence of the
feed w. are aupply Ing to ao many val
ued patrona. Do not even take their
word for It, but buy a email quantity
and try it for your own satisfaction aa
well aa tha aatiifaction of your atock.
We handle Steam Rolled Barley, Oata
and Wheat; alio Flour, Millatuffa and
Chicken Feed. Phone No. 281.
D. R. WOOD the Feed Man
It dlspeaaad nv.r 1i bar which (hall
hot b. mora than thirty f.l long, un.
'd of whlrh shall m b. mora than
II Iwl from the front property lln.l
provided, that ll.l. Ilr..lt...r, .. lo th.
"latent, ur in. uer train tn. proper 7
!... - tl .a. aa-aj.nal
bualneaa la riitidilrted.
"ti ih.i m. u-n... i P.r.
- any , . "7...I "
Interior of aald
on which Iha
n . '" 'J'".? Xu
.width or...... bl r th. Ironl af
to ti. ri.nductrd In lh. room fr which
a llcna. la granted und.r lh. l.rma
nf thla onllnan.-.. and that h. will nt
a.11 or glva ewy any food In auch
"tf That Iha llr.na.a will b.ft.r. ,
rommrn.-lna bualna und.r hla llcna.
N.ial.llh and maintain during lh. term
of hla llcna. hla r.al.lrnr. In tha tlly
of Vin. and will prraonally ron
duct th. bualnt-aa for which tha llc.na.
Criili.n I. That Kcrtlon I of aald
(lr.1lr.anr. No. 101 abov. dracrlb.d
ahall b.. and Iha aam. la hereby
am.ndrd an aa to r.ad aa followa:
Hi ctlon . All llcna-a wnicn anan
..f Wanton and th. Inhal.ltanta thereof I
that Ihla ordlnanc ahall lah. effect :
" r,"n.".,."T.' rrm'Una'Thl.
.'rdinanc. ahall be In force and .ff.et;Of 100 alud.nla.
from Ita paaaaae by th. fommon 1 oun
I'll and approval by th. Mayor.
I'aaiuMl lh I'ommon ouncll Ihla
Uth day of February. ...
Approved Ihla Uth day of Frbru-
AMc't? " P. T. HAUiml'll.
J. K. HNinKH, Mayor.
Canned Goods and
Tit Eccacay Stirs
fJ0 Call oil us at our
new location in
the Gould brick.
, Temple Building
I.hv Katinl tiKMlt-t. ultrtrhai or tihtat.w A 4
..1.1.. f. mamm matnu mud reauui-t
on iMttHttntrility. IWAk nCiraMH'm
(ATKNTS UILO FORTUNES
you. Kirfitb.kirut.iU (rovtr. whM to.ttwm
U MTV jroaj laantBBiT. " na .
D. SWIFT & CO.
BAT. KIT LAWVEtt.
i Seventh St., Washington, D. C.
HOMER I. WATTS
Practices In all State and Federal
Chas. H. Carter
Dan P. Smythe
Carter & Smythe
PENDLETON - OREGON
W. M. Ptttrioa G. M. Blthop
Peterson & Bishop
Pendleton, Or. Freewater, Or.
Mr. and Mr. Clar.nca Wrlht of
Athona w.ra vlallliif Sunday with r.l
atlv.a In W.aloa.
Mlaa Kdna llanl.l.r left ylrday
for fnrvallla to ruma h.r aludlM al
Iho Oregon Agricultural I'oll.ga.
Th. family of 1. I. Karr.na arrlv.d
thla w..a from Mlltnn and hav lak.n
a rotlag. on Kaat Mala alrrat hill.
If, M. Baling, form.rly a W.alon
boy, waa un from rrat Orov Ihla
week on a bualn.ra and aociai vwn.
U I llog.ra. .al.nalva Adama far
m.r. haa gon. to Alb.rla lo look af
tar hla land holding. In that provlnc.
Mr, and Mra. Homual Ilradahaw of
PrMcolt. Waah.. war. rc.nl vlallora
at tha horn of Ih.lr daught.r, Mr.
W. B. Wood.. .ar W.aton.
Ta.a ar. r.ally and truly amall.r
Ihla y.ar, according lo on. big W.aton
r.rm.r, who aaya that ho waa rqulrd
to rontrlbut. Il ! hn In ItM.
Managrr Millar announce that Iha
prmmland motion plcturwi at WmIob
npcra houae will bo omltlrd for two
wacka, beginning again tha flrat wrok
Mr. and Mra. B.rt Wllaon, lal. of
Ath.na, hava gon. to Fort Angl...
m . l ih.i. horn.. Mra.
w itaon waa form.rly Mlaa Kdna Un
villa of Ihla city.
Mr. and Mra. If. B. Turn.r accom
panlrd Mr. and Mra. J. M. Trlca on an
auto trip Bunday to Walla Walla,
wh.r. Mra. Turn.r r.maln.d aa a
gueat of Mra. B. T. Oora.
Farmer, or oth.ra ndlng work
h..ra, vchlrlaa or Impl.m.nla. will ba
,d,a n th. Or.gon building at the
,,B-m..,rne Rxpnaltlon. H. waa
ch.n in a competiuva examination
ft n. Couch, who has been a resident
of Weaton durlna th past yar. arreet
ed hla old-lime Weaton friends Batur
day and Bunday while up on a vaca
tion visit. Mr. Couch lately aevered
hla connection with th. Commercial
llarn al Pendleton.
Mr. and Mra. Qeora J. Wsddlna
ham expect lo return to Weaton soon
from Walls Walla, and will again oc
riin their home on Water street. Ita
preeent oeciipenta. Mr. and Mra. J. H.
Gordon, will move Into the E. O.
Prchm residence on Ilroad atreet.
P. C. Martin, formerly a resident of
! Weaton. died recently at the home of
hla son In Tyh Valley. Ore.on. at the
aa. of t years. Mr. Mnrtln Is remem
bered here as an uprlaht and eatlmab'e
old aentleman. and th news of his
death Is heard with general regret.
A. It. Wooda was over from Walla
Walla durlna tho week, and made a
pleasant call at The Leader office.
Mr. Wooda aava that ha has grown
quit fond or Walla Walla, but would
feel more at home In following a plow
through ona of Weston's fertile fields.
Mra. Anna O'Harra and Mra. Lulu
HUe returned Tuesday from a week
end vial, with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Ktnnrar at their Couae creek farm.
Mrs. Hit expects to leave tomorrow
for Portlsnd to resume her work as
accountant In the orflce of a medical
Gilbert Mlnthorn. one of tho best
known Indians on the reservstlon and
a prominent figure at round-upa and
broncho busting contests, has been In
dieted by a federal grand Jury on a
charge, of polygamy aa though the
number of Ollbert's wives were any of
Unci Sam's business.
The fact that a bitter factional fight
between Portland Methodlav haa been
taken Into the courta perhapa Inspired
the following paragraph In th. Mon
day Crawfish: "Earnest prayers were
put up In both of the leading Metho
dist churches yesterdsy that peace
mlrrht be brought about between th
warring natlona of Europe."
W. R. Woods announces a farm sale
for FVlday. February it. beginning at
10 a. m., at hla promises on the Price
Bros, ranch near Blue Mountain ela
tion. Good work horses, harness
and farm Imnlnmenta will then be
offered at public auction. The horaes
rango In wesjrht from IJ00 to 1800
pounds. Lunch wilt be served.
Athena has been visited by a Bap
lUt chanel car. the "Oood Will." con-
i...t..t hv anrt Mr.. W. C. Driver.
fo much Interest haa been aroused In
their evangelistic meetlnrs that many
people have been turned away ror laea
of room. Should the crowda continue,
the meetings will be transferred from
the car to the Baptist church building.
ttnlt for 130.000 damagca haa been
Instituted against W. L. Thompson.
Pendleton bsnker. by I B. Twltchell,
the father of Sharon Arnold Twltchell,
the boy who waa atruck last July by
an automobile driven by Mr. Thomp
aon. Plaintiff alleges that his son
will alwaya be partially paralysed aa
a result of the accident, and that his
mind Is also affected.
According to the Pendleton Tribune
It la evident from reports of farmers
In various sections of the county that
considerable resowlng will be necca
sary. Hybrid and Dale varletlea are
said to be safe, but bluoatem and red
chaff wheat haa been Injured to aomc
extent. It Is reported that Blmlnger
brothers In the Cqld Spring district
expect to resow about too acres. s '
Mr. and Mra. William MacKensle,
Mr.' and Mrs. E. M. Smith and Mr. E.
L. Blomgren enjoyed an auto tour
through the Cold Spring farming dis
trict 8unday In Mr. MacKnile'a new
Studebaker. They were highly Im
pressed with the splendid farms seen
throughout that region each with Its
fine residence and large collection of
buildings resembling a small village.
A Iry-oul was held Tuesday evening
for th. purpose of selecting a debating
I ram lu rapraa.nl Wevtoa High ei-hool
la lh. county d.bal.a, Von-n Maybva,
Jamee Wood and lethal , Lens ware
rhoeen to compos Iha lam, with Ma
td IJ.uall.n as alternate. W.aton
will mat Ath.na on Mach Ith. up
holding th. affirmative aide of lh.
iiueellon of government own.rahlp of
Int.r.tata railroads, and will support
the B'gatlv. side of lh sama iu!!"H
sgsln.t K.-rnilal. on March lth. The
latt.r d. bai. a III be hrld In Wralon.
Cl.org. Ferguaon, manager of lh.
K.rn ranch, waa a bueleaa visitor si
I'.ndlrlon during the first of th weak.
Hel.lom haa there Imo an occasion
of mora interest and .njoynienl In Ur
eal I'ytlilen circles lhan thai of the
Vlall lo Hletena IMlfc. Wwlneadsy
enlnif from Dr.. A. K. Wrlghtman of
Hllv.noD. grand chancellor of the or
der. He aaa arcou.paeled by l. It.
H Ir-eon. gta'd k.r of recorue ami
sesl. and by J. K. II. Hoiima ' Italn.r,
1. ......uiiil lih lit. Inaoranc
depart merit of the order and Is alao
editor of Th. Honstor. umcial rjmisn
organ. Uxlge work waa exemplified
1.. .11 il.ru ranks atvl Ihe session
Cluaetl af'er midnight with feaallng,
aiiewh-maklng and joiiuv. A large
delegation aaa present from Athena.
Frank Graham, the O'Harra store's
affable clerk, la bow well up among
Ihe leaders In the Oregon Journal's
bl. trad, contest. Me feels grateful
for the generous support and help he
haa received from tha people of thla
community and eleewher., and deelree
through Th leader lo glv expreaaloa
to hla appreciation. Th. contest clones
In a few dsys, and any runner votes
must be sent In by Hunday. Those
holding trade labels good for votes,
and wishing lo help Mr. Orsham, are
requested to bring them In on or be
fore that day.
The county rock crushing outfit haa
now beca parked near th Coffmaa
place on Dry creek In resdlneaa for
lh completion of th link between
Weaton end Milton. It la expected
that grading wll. bo begun about the
flrat of March. If weather conditions
sr favorable, and that about a month
i iha emahera will commence to
chew Ih.lr meal of basalt. The prog
ress of this work In near proximity to
Weston la expected 10 prove of some
value to the business life of the com
At a recent meeting of the Woman's
Home Mission held at Ihe residence of
Mrs. William MscKenxie. eight mem
bers and four visitors -were present.
A '.- an InfM-atln. bualn.aa aetsiloB
dslnty refreshments war. served by!
the hostess, assisted by Mrs. E. M.
Smith and Mra. Kenneth MacKenxle.
Th vlaltnrs were Mrs. Koblnson. Mrs.
Manafleld. Mrs. Kenneth MacKenxle
and Mra. Oelss.
Th Pet Murray "eighty" on Wild
Mors creek, about three and onchnlf
miles south of Weaton, was Istely pur
chased by Scott Banister from T. A.
Ueuallea of Adams for a consideration
of tllO per acre, or -19100. which
shows the value attached to good East
End land by those familiar with Its
worth. The tract will be farmed by
Mr. Bantatcr In connection with his
The Methodist Sunday school waa
represented at ihe county convention
in Krho I hla week by 1 . I aiCMrme,
O. W. Winn and J. C. Price, and the
rnltcd Brethren Sundar school by
Mrs. J. M. Common. A fine meeting
Isrejrorted by the Weaton delegstes.
J. V. Maloney waa elected president
and Milton-Preewater waa chosen as
the next annual meeting-place.
The LJCADKK is officially advised by
President Chas. U. Moore that the
Panama-Pacillo International reposi
tion will lie opened promptly on the
dot tomorrow at Kan Francisco. He
says: "The Kxpoeition will on thai
day Ire complete In every detail, in
clmlinir the participation of the nations
of Kuroe, of the Orient and of all the
Jack Keefe. whose few -years at Wea
ton will be remembered aa a bright
spot in tha town's history, is staffing
an Klks' minstrel show in Chicago.
This is the Hrst time that Chlcaro
Klks have ever called in outside as
sistance for their blackface stunts.
The Pendleton, Adams. Athena and
Weston auto stage Icavea Woston twice
dolly for Pendleton at I a. m. and S p.
m Round trip. $1.75. Headquarters
at Goodwin's drug store. A. M. Boy
In renewing his subscription Dick
Powers writes us from Synarep,
Wash., the cheerful words that he
finds the I.kahkh indispensable to the
welfare of his household.
A new jard fence, - new cement
walks and new outbuildings are among
the recent Improvements at the Watts
place on Pine creek, occupied by uietn
Duncan and family.
Xtra .Tnhn tflllrennr .'wife of a Mor
row county sheepman, was instantly
bllliut at. the Hetel Pendleton Yester
day by falling four stories down the
I will be glad to call for you in any
nan of town with my rubber tired rig
and to haul you to and from the depot
at 25 cents for the round trip. Late
n TT rttahnn 'tha Freewater attor
ney,' waa here Wednesday on business
and remained over ror me i-vtman
C. W. Averv has returned from Cor
vallia. where he has been looking after
business connected with the Avery
Mra. Clav Smith and children have
been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. W. h
Lytle at their home on the mountain.
Mrs. I. E. Saling has returned from
an extended visit, wun neroaugiuer,
Mrs, P. A. Worthlngton, at Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Harder were
Sunday visitors at jhe home of Mra.
Harder a lamer, w. u. stamper.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Beathe were
visiting in Weston this week from
their home 00 tne mountain. -
George Schnltxer leaves next week
for Helix to construct a 20,000 gallon
cistern at tbe Koepke rancn.
Miss Nason, eounty librarian, was
here Monday inspecting tha new quar
ters of tbe county library.
' All those Indebted to the MoGinnls
Cafe are requested to settle their ao-
oounts berore Maron 1st.
Se E. R Zehm at the Weston bait'
ery If you want neat "workmanship In
shoe and harness repairing.
Mrs. vv 11 01a lucninoer ui uoua a
visiting her parenta in this city.
Dr. Farnsworth was up from Pendle
ton Satui day and Sunday.
. . tT.i , . t r 1 J TT.. 1 1 1.
"Let Us Spray"
Now's the time for this important annual duty
of the tree-owner. We want to call your attention
to SPRA-SULPHUR, a soluble compound which
costs less and does better work than the lime-sulphur
solution. It keeps indefinitely, dissolves quick
ly in cold water, and 100 lbs. of it equals a 600 lb.
barrel of solution. In using Spra Sulphur you
have no waste, no leaky barrels; you pay no freight
on water and haul none to your ranch. It is a su
perior and efficient form of sulphur for destroying
all kinds of tree pests scale, fungus, apple scab,
aphis or mildew. It is packed in airtight, friction
top tins, and you need only to keep it tightly cov
ered until ready for use. Get it of
Walls & Rogers
WESTON SCHOOL PROGRAM
FOR TOMORROW EVENING
Extensive preparations have been
made for an entertainment oy in
Weston public schools, which will be
given Saturday evening. February
ZOth. at 7:10. la the auditorium or ine
achool building. The object of the en
tertainment is to raise funds for decor
ating th achool rooms: hence an ad
mission of twenty-five cent win o
charged. Pupils and teachers have I
been working faithfully ror several
weeks on the program, and all hope
for a good audience tomorrow evening.
One of the requirements of standard-'
Ixed schools In Oregon I the possession
of at least three good pictures for each
room, and It la hoped that this enter
tainment will enable the school to
meet that requirement. The program
(a) "The Woodpecker": (b) "The
Red. White and Blue," third and
Washington exercise, rl rat and sec
Recitation "Brown Got Hla Heir
Cut." Truman Read.
Class exercise, fifth and sixth grade.
Recitation "Like Lincoln." Weldcn
"The MUkmald'a Song." second
Recitation "When I'm a Man," Ce
Song "Old Black Joe." seventh and
"Recitation "A Complaint," Eu
"Bo Peep and Boy Blue" drill, flrat
and second gradca.
Duet "Good Old TJ. 8. A.." HUda
and Marvel McRae.
Exercise "Old Continentals," fifth
Exercise "The Blue and . the
Gray." third and fourth grades. .
Essay "War and Our Next Gener
ation." Wllma Harbour.
(a) Concert Recitation, "Sweet and
Low"; Cb) Song. "The Land of Nod,"
Chorus "The Clang of the Forge,"
"The Making of Old Glory," third
and fourth grades.
Pantomime "The Blind Girl of
Caetle Cullle," seventh and eighth
Piano solo, Ethel Lane.
Bi Karrlei 123 CoBples.
Rev. "'Thomas B.c Toungblood. the
father of Mrs. A. J. Barnctt of Wes
ton, died recently at the home of an
other daughter, Mrs. Minerva Bullock
In Enid. Oklahoma, when neartng hla
Mr. Toungblood was one of the old
est and best known cltlsena of War
rick county, Indiana, where he was
referred to affectionately as "Uncle
Tommy." He served for forty years
as Justice of the peace and for about
forty-five yeara in the Methodist mln
lstry. In both these capacities he
united no less than 12J couples In
wedlock. He stood high In communi
ty regard! and hla death was univer
The remains were shipped from
Enid to Boonville, Indiana, for Inter
ment, and will rest beneath the sod of
hla native state. He was born at
Tankeetown, Indiana, in 1827. He Is
survived by the two daughters men
tioned and by three sons, James of
Enid, Okla.: Charles of Kansas City,
and Edward of Boonville.
IF VOC WANT TO BE LOVED
Don't contradict people, even if
you are aura you are right.
. Don't, be Inquisitive about the af
fairs of even your most intimate
Don't underrate anything because
you don't possess it.
Don't believe that everybody is hap
pier than you.
Don't conclude that you never had
any opportunities In life.
' Don't believe all the evils you hear.
Don't repeat gossip, even If It doea
Interest a crowd.
Don't Jeer at anybody'a religious be
lief. Learn to hide your achea and pains
under a pleasant amtle. Few care
whether you have an ear ache, head
ache or rheumatism.
Learn to attend to your own busi
ness a very Important point
Do not try to be anything els but
a gentleman or a gentlewoman; and
that means one who haa consideration
for the whole world, and whose life Is
governed by the Golden Rule: "Do
unto others aa you would be done by."
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