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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1915)
Ttipeka. Ka.Kaae worn un
der 41 yra old, who wear ear adron
Ineat or lrt Ihalr face with eoe
mlli "tor Ih purpose ml r real lag 4
tale Imprsawlim.'' will b iiil.Ji.il In
flaea, II a 1411 ltilroducd In lha lower
nous of lha Kansas leglslalur b.
vaiai ft law.
HI Tell You
TV r ILL wmlowhedly U !ika
Y your talker ami all other
Swraasl man - ha probably
will want Mild stlsjiulsal ooi
Ifctol Mart your aaarried lib
Wy Swing prwdlak. Uaar la
fceailMulaad refreshing, and h
Will drink It -swdrrtlrlr, Ut
h know ih meanlug of Tnta
Tawiparaana. Do! lell him ha
aaa't drtak il -ba broadiitded
i aim mlf wit, WU
ksvo year Ire mm toda fro
atly sad WU1 wilt bara hla
Year tuber and I ooa will
ba car Iwenly-Aflli wadding
aalvevasrv. la all ihos year
ha haa drank hla bc whcn'
ha waaied U. Look al him to
day Mr, robust, alert,
tea aaaa oa earth. ver
aora bar I denied him lha
rlvlleg of drinking modoratrl.
know lha Mxtaraliua will.
wkirh ha drinks dura him
war Id of good. In (art, I antoy
Seeing him aafcfuud hla health.
li t when ytra wk la deurrve
mi of hii liberty tbal ba
Brhala, Let K ill drink beer wheal
ha waala Ik lor ba't luo good a
aaaa lo brjrood the bounds of
aadaralUm. YoaH Bod that a
linla br will iarreaa hla Mark
at cheerful iwa. Choose Iba
of mirth and happln
ml ear, rather Ihaa IM uouaa
mi trowbla aad diaaealioo.
C. D. tirfcK, Chnbr at CemaMrn
: Weston Bakery
Fresh Hread, Cake and I'aatry.
Fina Candies, (loud Meals at A II
Hour. V. Wa apecisltx In
Lodge nk) I'srty Supper.
ZEI1M the Baker
DuH)i HulUllne. Main ami Witter
' Shoe and .Urn
repaired next door.
E. P. Rocks
SLLtCTED EGGS for Hatching
Pur Suttiriff of Fifteen..... 7fic
Packed for Shl)mant L0O
MRS. L. S. WOOD, Weaton, Oregon
1 5 IS. a A r a.
cent 1 CUT a wcaT
ill aw fa IWK almtrdwa
Sawtok. aa oblmr.., aa owatta
, i-We have just received
i our new spring stock of
S Watch for date of opening at
'jfli Eccaomy Stora
? E0 Call on ua at our
new Inrntion in
the Gould brick.
I ALMA BARNETT
Tbaaa Oaaoly Waaaana flra lame 7t
ullrla a Mlaula.
Ttia narlilua nun, wbw b puure rortb
a dlrwl baU af aoiall enUber bullela. la
ouv of the. oVadllaat Winiimmw uf Bjod
Krvm tba clumay JtHn run haa
route Iba modem "auioaiaUr. wouut
mI ou a Main tripod, and waltrblug bwa
Ibail forty pouiiOa. All the aruilwa aa
Ibaae auna. wbkh. allbouKb lb ary
aooieabal lu Dims are eawuliall alike
lu Ibflr nM'banlHia and la Uunr effvr
In Ibe Brnrt kteMie aulnmalle ma
t hine mm of Ibe Krmb army mxiai
feed atrip, of ellu. Ibat roulalua tnlrty
orilliiary araiy ride rartrlibre ta In
iwrttd In a aM on Ibe rtxbl akle of lb
Biio. Aa tba lrbinr la pullrd Ibe bull
mw haiilmn la rvlraard and. (aided by
Ibe main tliiiin aprlim. 'ulwa a ear
indue Into Hi rllW rbainlier
Tbe luaual Ibe rartrtdire la la piecv
Ibe breach niecbaiilaiH krk and Ibe
. hum la -i oloded. Uu Ita way throuab
lb Hit barrel a little of Ibe aa from
tbeetpiiidMl powder la dlrtnl tnroob
a bole lu lb aide of Ibe barrel, ana eo
acta on a plMtou aa la forr the boll
uiei'banbm Mrk and tu ronipreaa tba
lu rHnnilntt Ibe bolt tneraaniaia
pulla Ibe eniMy eliell from Ibe rhani
ber and thn.we It out bkw. ao tbal
II dura not Interfere with the bvw
rartrbU that b aw forved la from
The oterbanHm M ao perfi-rl Ibat lh
oiaatton dvwrllied Utkm plaro la I
ilia II fraction "f a aenind. and Ihr
bulIHa bwu from lb mouth of thla
dradly weapon al Ibe rate of eerrn
hundred a aiinuta.-Youtb't Com
Origin of Starah From Cera and at
flow t mnkr atun-b from rora
imaltei waa dlmirretvd aiiidrnta lly b)
Tboum Klnunrord. a iiiei nniiir inw
lay lie tlin-w a in f rornmenl mii'b
a mi rim if laill III wife riniillrd
oiiie lye Inin the earn ll. and In lb
innrnlntt w hi'U lie emplksl in pen n
waa aatonUlird to rind a aioall l'"
(Ity of atarvb al Hie Imitouv
Thoiuaa hioir. a Mbrltleld ate
'hanlr. him liirlidlllit III handle of a
iliir mad of i"iiiir ami allrer II
kw iihmm iiioinU fiiw louHher and lb
ilea of alltet plnilutf waa born lu hi
.uliid II laal a llilu plate or l"ei
.ii a heiivk-r on of itiMln-f aud brain!
llim till lb lit of Hi llrr Iwmm
,.. iiu.il II took thrm from !h nre
H lbni rtil alliclllly. IIk'H rolled and
uiiuiiiereil thm to Ibe ilrwlred tnira
Thla waa III irliKln of -Hlirftlrld
iilate." all of wlib b wn mini lu thl
way nntll eiwiropmtlim wn Hireoiwl
Cornell!! lHltilx'1 left a bottle ot
nila retlii ta tnlltnre of nltiie and
ooriiitlf arhlai on a abelf It fell oet.
ih arid ran down over a window aud
iropiied luto a ImMle omtnliiliitt an
iirai-i of na huieal Till tunieil to a
Itkl Miirlet iMHiliel foiiuil llint III
.. LI n,n dlaaolved Mime of lb tin ol
ill window timliia aud the coinMna
em bud prtMlm-ed the new color .
w exiieiiuieiila milled Hie wl brll
nun rotor to Hie li"t oi dn
I be aii til. nl by w hich Itoeuliteu dl
oveir.1 Hie . ray U too r.H'eiil to
ueed relellu liow.-New York World
It waa nevi a happy duy for Ham
my'a pHlnuiklnii father wh-u bb
roiina bofnr m'luad wort arrlred
A for Kuiumy lilliielf-wll. be waa
The awfuj Aiy bud i-oine ome oiora.
mil fiitber waa In toe hiwert dcplba of
"Hnmoiy. Hatuiny." be Kroaned. "why
m II Hint you are a I Hi botloui of your
waa attain r
- VVIni t due It matter, futber. whetb
r I nui al tb top or tbe )ttuuir
.pierled Hint wlw youth. Tuy teach
tbe mi rue al 1Mb euda. you kuow."
Uindou Tft Olta.
Bird ef Oiattnetion.
The crow and the bird of paradlae
were talking about fiiutc
"Why. you are ao boinely you are
only knowu to the faruiera," aneered
Ibe proud bird of iwmdlae. "Now. I
am no la-uutlfui I luive my featbera on
tbe hat of Ibe auclcty women."
I'lie crow biuvhetl annlouirally.
Tim! mnr la, niv frleud." D
cbuckled. "but I bare ray feet under
tbelr je."-tnn Ku .ewe.
There are a uuiuber of dnyllKbt dark
nemwa retrorded lu hlxlory, amotyi
them bolns tbiam In H. C. 'AA A. U
'03. 71 mid T7.V There waa a dark
day In Knuluud In Jauunry, Ii7. and
another on Oct St. IH1U There waa
Nlao a dark day In Detroit on tht 1U
I7S1. Oil May 10. 17NII. there waa aucb
atnioHpherlc (tloom over Hartford.
Conn . that the reclaiaiura adjourned
for tbe day.
Now H Remind Hr ef It.
"Hal I've a irood pike on my wife."
"Whnt la Itr
"Kbe wiHilrln't irlve me a letter to
mil II onuii. alie WHa pnaltive I'd for
get It. and ihen abe carried It around
three dnya id Oer ahopplng ug.M-tua
nnr Wlih the Hurance of yoni
love I conld coiirpier the world Orac
-Thnt will not be neceaaary AH y
have to do la to conquer pHpa.-Io
Wnreeo la sweet, tbe sweeter If long
debited and attnlned through manl
fold struggle and defeat-. Bron
HOMER I. WATTS
Praotloea In all Stata and Federal
W. M. Plra C H. Bbhoa
Peterson & Bishop
Pendleton. Or. Froewater. Or.
Mlaa Minnie Rrbwald of Milton waa
a gueel during Ihe weeg or w
J. II. Illdmour haa returned from
Auburn, Waah., whra be apent tne
it vi. Walter William
were rallvd to !ndllon Wadnraday
J. H. rarrena and family have mov
ed Into th Jam.a Rltrhay rwldenc
on Water etrt.
Ur. immv Rarno and Mlaa Vivian
Garrett returned Monday from a vlall
to their itr at union.
A eon waa born Tueday lo Ilev.
and Mr. N. t. Wood, al their bom in
th Methodlet paraonag.
W r. r. Prultt, auccemor lo K. T.
Avarlll a dlatrlct aame warden,
aumd hi dutle Monday.
A. J. Harnett la back In lha Economy
mi-m fimm tuiln ennflnd to th
houa eevrral day wllh a troubleaom
attai k of I grlpi.
A iia. llorfalo fVDhtira Inrnta-
lor and Indoor and outdoor broodo ,
all In rrllnl condition, lor eal
cheap. Imiuli at. thla office.
n a iioiitdav and family have re
turned from their wlnti-e alay at La
monl. Wah., and are again occupying
one of Ihe Powera cottage on Water
Jo Hodgson, K.
U Bbmigren. IMck
Morrlaoa and H. A.
Ilarnea motored lo
Pendleton Hunday to visit th bedside
of their fellow-Maaon, u. .
Mrs. Bdllh Markham of Pendleton.
formerly Mlaa Kdllh Hartlelt. vlila
lih friend In Weston aunng toe
week while looking after Ihe liartleii
Fka irntieion. Adams. Athena and
Weston auto atage bavea Weston twice
dally for Pendleton at t a. m. and t p.
m Hound trip. BI.7. lieaoUnor
at Ooodwln a drug atore. A. M. Boy
l'..i m uAKia rll a sen of lose
and vacancy Monday, and upon look
ing about to discover th reason found
that E. O. UeMoaa baa aDnieo Turn
elf for the day oa a bualn trip to
th county aeat.
J. B. Jonea drov up Monday to hla,
mountain farm with a couple or otgj
bear trap, and will spring a aurprls
on th bear that nave ineir nionn in
hi locality and
around hla place.
. . . . i. . ka immii
her farm on lleed and Hawley moun-
tain to Ia C. nnaiennon, ana i-n , iri oi mo ..-.o
Tuesday for Portland, where h wllled lo the production of spud, and aa
... m ... , eh. napii imfavnrahla markets and the usual
resiae or toe inwk - -- -
i.i.r i n ta flan fran clsco to attend
ihe exposition, reluming lo Weaton In
time for the berry eeaaon.
William Love and family were here
from Walla Walla Monday visiting at !
the home of Mr. Love ister. sirs.
W. 8. Payne, and motored with tne
Pavnra lo the Elmer Hlchmona larra
beyond Athena. Mr. Love haa eatab-
ihed a vulcanising plant at ana
Walla, where he recently located rrom
Eml Itoynton. a bnaebell pitcher
and Infleliler. waa her during the
U...I, making ihe acoualnlance of
Weaton fans, and may be available for
the local learn If one ta organixea tnia
Benson. Mr. Boynton will be employ
ed on the county road work near ea-
lon thla summer aa powaer man unaer
a. ."..Hnl naelp In enat 1166.-
00 la planned for Walla Walla, to be
built thla eummer. It will inciuae n
natalorlum, a dance pavilion targe
nough to accommoaaio convenuona,
i acenlc railway and a picture theater.
w n. McCarthy of Walla Walla and
John Kelly of Portland, are to have
The co-oneratlve cannery at New-
berg paid to farmers of that region
it.m last year, practically an or u
for produce which would otherwise
have been lost. The cannery made a
net profit of about IJOOO. wnicn waa
Hatter than exoected tor the first yeaf.
Co-operative establishment of this
kind are likely to prove me aivauon
of thousand of Oregon farmers.
C. D. Oabrlelaon of Salem, well
known insurance man and amateur
cartoonist, "made" Weston Tuesday
hlle on hla regular trip to e.airn
Oregon. With Ua accustomed enter
prise. The LaNidar enaoevorca to an
nex "Oabe" to Ita taff. hut n reiuaea
to work for less than a Bud Fisher
salary. 1500 a week. We might be
ble to pay blm that much, out ao
not Intend to.
Athena Preaa: Recorder Rlcharda
held a heart to heart talk with auto
mobile owner lately at hla office, rel-
ilu. i.fr.f an fnirompn t ot the
speed ordinance regulatlona within the
city llmlta or Atnena. Tne juoge im
pressed upon hla hearers tne ract mat
henceforth the regulatlona are to be
enforced and all appeared to be will
ing to do their part by keeping their
machine within the speed limit.
Mlaa Jane McKlnney of the Prlscllla
Needle Shop. Walla Walla. Waah.,
Ill be In Weston at the Marshall
Imiaa March loth and 11th. with a
complete line of stamped embroidery
materials. Including gowns, walata.
children' dressea, linen centerpieces.
to. Mra. Rather Brewer will be here
lao with a complete stock of face
creama and hair awltchea. Be aure
come In and ace their display.
n-iina Shanirle aitllnr at tha Milton
Eagle, haa landed the appointment aa
Milton a new postmaster in tne tace oi
aienno- comnetltlon. and The Leader
extend congratulations. Mr. Shangle
had the nractlcallr unantmoua en
doraement of the Umatilla County
Ha Central Committee, and
other influential aupport. If he prove
to be aa gooa a postmaster as,oe ia
newanaDer man. Milton will bo well
Mttt-n Rnirler C. W. Avery, man-
aaer of the Blue Mountain sawmill,
i. mitea anuth or Milton, waa trans
bus nesa here the tint or me
city Mr. Avery
While In the
ild that snow Is unusually scarce In
MAiialalna Therat haji not 00
-n.h aa tianal ratline thla aeason
and what did come haa largely melted.
Unlesa there ar late snows, or moist,
ur I better conserved than usual, a
dry summer seems probable.
Espert y eiamlnallon I absolute
ly n ('- ry ta determine th proper
kind of gla lo use. Heleetlng thm
by any other method may result la
permanent Injury lo your lght.
When 18. Low A Turner, the well
u... .ua .nu.lllnl a Wnrtland. ore
i rlt glaaara. It 'la with poaltlv and
absolute rertalniy mat tney are me
best and the only kind suited to your
ye. If you do not nd glass tn.y
will most poltlvly a 'K recommend
them. They will be In Wrtoa Tua
day, March th, and Alhena March
loth and tllh. Conmlt them at th
hotel parlora. Tbey do not go from
house to house. Their glee ar
guaranteed to glv entire aallarartlon,
whether they Cost two dollar or rflor.
fin col covr entire cost of, am
InaUon, frame and lenses.
A r Perrv. mho ronducta a meat
market at Weston, paid a fin and
coat amounting lo HH Monday
morning In th recorder court on a
charge of fighting and of uelng pro
fane lang lag on the atreet Later la
Ihe day he waa aummoned to appear
In the Juatlre court eleo, and waa fined
lit and rosta. or a total of 111, on a
charge of assaulting a minor. The
rases were the outgrowth of a "tick
larking" 'ro'lo lUiurday night on the
part of Bom- 'oi.il Miulha who paid
their reaperie to a number of homes.
Perry la aald to have regarded their
visit to a houa where he happened to
be a guest of the evening, aa a par
aonal affront. II la !o aald to have
followed and abueea, them, finally
striking on of their number.
D. N. Van klvr,- a wll known
farmer and highly eapectd cltiien of
Weeton. waa atrlckeB wllh paralyl
Friday whll (landing on Ih aldewalk
In front of th American National
Pank at Pendleton. Hla entire right
aide waa affected, and he baa alnc
been lying In a very aerloua condition
'at ft. Anlhonjra hospital, where ne
been unconarlnu for aeveral day.
Recent reporte are that a alight Im
provement haa been noted, but not
aufflclent lo encouraee hope of hla
recovery. Mr. Van Pklver haa long
enjoyed the universal esteem of the
Weaton community, where hla misfor
tune I regarded with general regret.
Pr. Watt aenda The teader a pic
ture of a wonderful black base,
weight tit pounds,' caught with rod
and reel off Catallna Island. Califor
nia, and all we have to aay la that no
auch fish waa ever sevn In Pine creek.
He volunteer Ihe explanatory re
"We kna now that what we
ithoueht to be a volcano' crated In the
liaiarM waa where this fish waa
caught." Dr. and Mr. Watt have
moved from Long Beach to Loa An
gelea. where during March the doc-
. ut ku mahmu In finlnmvlrv.
I MI will 1 1 ii i r-i . ... i- ' - -
They will then atari for their home In
weaton. attenoing u epomo
The establishment of a plant for the
manufacture nf Dolalo starch la be-
in- discussed bv the business men of
t iiAmnnit Hidrii ana otner i rnira i
Oregon polnta. A large areae of that
- - .
! percentage of culls sometimes man
k. t....laa unnrnrilahle. It la Dro
posed to us any surplus and all cull
In making atarch. of which Central
Oregon potato ar aald to contain an
average of 1 per cent. A factory
enatlne 1 10.000 should care (or au
cull potatoes from 6 M0 acre.
Mr. LlMla Waua. widow of the late
Thomas J. Watt, one of tbe earliest
sett lers on Pine creek below weaton,
JA.I Tkmula. al. I,.... hmaa in Athena.
1 1.4 , nil' mi.l . . . w .. - --
iih. u'.ii, aa. an au. mil) a ntunwr
woman, tbe inotber of Marvel L. ana
Mayor Homer I. Wawa, who are among
a . ........ nauiilnanl men Of f -
fair. Uf Ave children only these two
sons survive. She is also survived oy
two aliaer, Mrs. Mart.ua w. van n
lu ..l Waaamn ami Mra. Missouri Van
Winkle of Parma, Idaho. The funeral
service will be conducted this after-
anim at. the XI el hod l t church in Ath
ena by Rev. W. S. Payne.
t .ia xiaR-t,la left hi cab team
It 1. taA.1 a,f f Km Kramnee, liv
ai lamiiiiH iaa ,aw..w . r , "
ery barn yesterday roornlnjf and the
horse look a noiion lo enter mo u
t aiaaaiw nwn aivnivl nreaumablv to
escane the rain. KrlghUHied when the
cab cauifht In the doorway they dashed
throufcn tne oarn at iuii epeeu, r
n.. ,.ak aa.am mal ton TvO SlirreVR
IIIH IUUVD - - .
belunirinir to Mr. Stamper stood in the
war anil were nariiv wrecaeu. aa w
also Lfe' "jitney.
Tya TT.Mlne tha well known Drv
creek farmer, ha accepted the roan-air-tinent
of the new oo-operative
creamery at Vincent, which la auccea-.
..!., tnarlratlntr its ImKlllCLBL HIIII
ttl.il. . n.l aLoa-linra The ontnut la
from 1500 to 2000 pounds per week.
L'.a. nmimnlin ' ' Donald White-
man, son of Clarence Whiteman of the
Tavlor Hardware Co., waa accident-
ally atruck in the head wtin a stone
i.... ..!.....,, at. t.lta f.lnnoln school
.Ua tka'inlnrr was ao severe; that a
physician was caueu.
MUa Tiuuit Harner. dauchter Of
tviuian. HtMiar iruthmvii over the
. I m. . j I ' 1
head 01 ner mount weuneaiinj whiio
i.na-aaahaelc rlillmr. She was rendered
unconscious for a time, but escaped
m t II. Itmwn of North Cold
Sprlnif, sister of W.1 H. Startijier of
this city, is recovering iroiu a
iii.. afie aiihmiti.inir to an after.
IIIHTWi w.-v. " " " .
tion Aionuny at t -enuiuwu.
I offer for sale at my place on the
iriM unMa amirhnnat. nf Athena. 12
. . uu aav,.-,-. " ' ... -
head of mixed cattle. Jersey and Dur
ham, suitable for Hairy or range pur
poses. Louis mng-ei
xt. ... TTanlxtne nf the Weston
lv.t.l'.l haa nliu-ml an nnlnr for 100.
miit KiaU ar. I'mualiet. Wash., for tbe
new building of the Touchet Supply
T ..ill ka nlaal tit fU for VOU IB AHV
X am ar H i " " , , . -
part of town with my rubber tired rljf
and to haul you to ami iroiu um uciitii.
at. .. nents foe the round trip. Lafe
Another heavy rain fell here jester-
lav. oivlnir vraund for the belief that
t iii ...... ... ia tni-1 n f t xtr rtna r nia 1
ni....i.. la tm-lnni . tstrtnA I'.hla
.j. riuY.ua m vi 1 um vv hvvhv
spring for his Indolence last fall.
Cnnslderable improvement Is
nnrted In the condition of Mr. J. C.
Turner, who haa been very ill at her
home north of town.
Mr. and Mra. J. M. Compton are pre
paring to liave next week for a visit
with their sons in southern Idaho,
Alkaar Allvn atf WttatOlt ntOUn-
t-aln was esnea to r-rooieiu
K. ... .laih nt hnr father.
Htln was called to Pwidleton Wednes-
Rarl Coutts. late of Pendleton, took
chat tre March 1st of Weston's only
Linus Anderson wss a business vis
itor Wednesday at Pendlcwn.
Wc have a complete assortment of
Garden and Field Seeds in readiness
for your Spring planting.
We've bought them right and are
prepared to sell them right
Wate & Rogers
Hardware and Implements .
Dreamland motion picture at Wee-
ton opera houa next aionaay ano
i i a- T.hia at tha Weaton bak
ery If you want neat workmanship In
shoe and hemes repairing.
u c xr Rui rinch waa at Walla
Walla for a few days during the week,
visiting her later. Mr. L. M. Funk.
bhm went to Pendleton
Wednesday on the Boyden auto atage.
and waa Initiated Into me
After an extended visit with her
later at Weaton. Mrs. uxxie
field ha returned to ner nome m
v a r luarmnra beloved and honored
Pendleton pioneer, haa lived In Uma
tilla county Just 41 year, and Tne
Leader for one hope that he may be
spared long enough to at least double
r.- tv.rran of Helix Inform the
c-..a rtraarvnian thsL contrary to hla
. ,.,i.a h will have to do no re-
eedMng, th late ralna having brought
out the young wheat on nta r-.
m. Un Rohinaon. the parents
of Superintendent Robinaon of th lo
cal schools, left Tuesday for Ellsworth.
Kansas, alter an extended visit at
Weston. After visiting tneir
at Elbjworth. they will return to their
home In Minnesota.
Mrs. W. E. Lytle came down Tues-
.., e.-a thai Mountain view oairr
farm and was operated upon by Dr.
ena tn- tha, removal of a toe from
her rhrht foot. Since It waa stepped !
upon by a horee laat spring the Injured
member had been causing ner
uneasiness and he deciaea to pe nu
a hrithilav aurnrlse party waa given
February ti to Mr. George Nesbltt at
his home on Water street. Some flf-1
teen neighbor and friends assemoiea
k.M enit entnved a moat pleasant
evening with music and games and so
cial converse. Appetising rinn-
a,..-, aatrvod bv Mrs. rtesout.
assisted by Mrs. Porter Graham, Jr.
Mrs. Frank Leatherman. residing at
Bridegport near Baker, Oregon, re
cently had an exciting fight with a
rabid dog. When ahe openea tne oowr
of her home the dog sprang at her.
but ahe evaded Its rush and managed
to seise a shotgun Just In time to turn
and kill the animal. A Baker rancher
had to club to death a rabid badger
hlch. frothing at the mouth, at
tacked him In the field.
BIG FARM STOCK SALE
AT THE VONDERAHE PLACE
Mule, Horses, Bines, ua Fata MicMnery
. 3 U U 0nert4 kUrck tw
t hatra venteit mv nlac and will sell
at the Vonderahe ranch, four and one-
half miles above Milton on tne moun
tain road, at public auction, my entire
stock of horses, mule, harness and
farm machinery- Thl la not qia.
wnpn r tit mod, but most of It nearly
new and some of It haa hardly been
uaed. Positively no cheap juna aiun.
Farmers who want good value cannot
afford to miss thla sale, as the offer
ings are the best ever offered In this
valley at public sale.
Sale date, Tuesday, March t, at 10
a. m. aharp; free lunch and free feed.
Sale will consist of the following: t
span black mules. 4 years. 1.00 lbs;
1 span brown mules, 5 years, 1S00; 1
span buckskin mules, S years, 1150; 1
.. n..l. a Vain HKO! 1 blSCk
,,ia 4 vara. 1150: 13 work horses
and mares. Percheron stock; 1 rer
cheron mare. S years, can be regis
tered: I colts. S years; 1 yearling filly;
1 suckling colt; 1 Thomas drills, 18
hoes, new; t John Deere gang plow.
14 Inch; S slickers; t wheat racks; I
blacksmith outfit; I sections of har
row; S wagons. t Inch, nearly new;
14 sets butt chain harness; 1 set heavy
hack harness; X combine hitches; 1
McCormlck mower: evenera, single
trees, chains, toots, etcr 1 Hon Gaso
line Combine Harvester, H to 10 reel,
Terms: 130 and under, casn; over
S0, approved notes for one year at I
per cent or 1 per cent off for cash.
MRS. M. L. VONDERAHE.
D. C. Sanderson, clerk: Fred Etf
bILUAM MACKENZIE. Priat
J. H. MICE. Vict Prtskkal
You may pay your taxes at
this bank and save the ex
pense of a trip to Pendleton
G. W. SUggs, J. H. Price,
A serviceable article, well made of solid oak, with
a top 21x40 inches. It is fitted with a French Bev
eled Plate Mirror 18x24 inches. ' An extra dresser now before company
is expected, should prove useful Finished hi beautiful gulden or waxed
oaky it ia most attractive, and is offered at an attractive price. . ,
Druggist, Weston, Oregon
E. N. SMITH. Cashier
E. L BLOMCREN.
Bank of Weeton
Dr. F. D. Watts, Joseph Wnnwr,
J. C. Price, E. M. Smith.