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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (April 16, 1915)
TzIqsfq If is BoispIiS
Your Spring Apparel?
We would like to show you some of the Sea-,
son's latest in MEN'S TOGS bearing
the marks of quality.
Ties, Gloves, Shirts, Handkerchiefs,
Hosiery, Hats, Underwear, Suspenders,
Each article measures up to the exceptional
standard which this store has
' ever maintained.
We specialize in
in our Grocery Department
L. L O'Hasra
(Phone Main 241)
buahsls, which make one wonder ho
lh fanners' automobile will svsr be
eo,ueed Into th small-town atresia.
. -. 1 .' 1 i
If th at at tax commlmUm keep on
taxing llilug there will I nothing
fres lit salvation.--!. tiratid Even
Kvn salvation, we fear, being
beyond tit reach, of our La Grande
Wlih conscious virtu the Lbadkr
man It glad to mjt that he Lu'i oum
bered among th two or three hundred
Umatilla count residents who ar said
lo bo delinquent In making their lu
com tax return.
Weston , S
Athena ...... , I
Mllion-Frrewater A, Weston 1
Allien 3, Delia J.
T11K fRKAK UCHIKLATOK.
DR. CH SMITH
Physician and Surgeon
- Office in Brandt building
WESTON - .
CLARK WOOD, Pskjuhtr
Siricllv In AiTtAnct
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tix .Month 0
Fonr Month 0 AO
Perinrh par month ,...0 50
Per inrh, nno insertion...: 20
jnr, wr lino each insertion 06
APRIL M, 19)5
Ester1 at th perterflce at Wttlsa. Ortf.es,
at mcmmI clsf aull sutUr.
and POCKET POOL
Choice Apple Cider
and other Soft Drinks
Weston caret not who win in Eu
rope if it can only trim the Twin City
J. B. Farrens I
DR. W. G. HUGHES
Office in the Elam Building, Milton,
Hours, 9 to 12 and ltoS
The wholesale way In which they
are losing their three-dollar scalps
enough to make the coyotes mad.
rne European unpleasantness, to
people hereabouts, ia gradually aasu
log the Interest and significance of a
street dog fight.
We wonder why the Ore Iranian re-
fers to 'em as "single" tax measures,
when C'Ren bobs up with another af
ter each successive time be takes
We regret to report that Weston is
not included in tbe itinerary of Syi
rester Scbaelfer, the vaudeville atar
I now appearing 'in Portland, who gets
I loooo for one week s work..
The Reverend Billy Sunday has been
taking a "eenaus of hell," and there
rould be no objection in some quar
ters if he should annex a permanent
Mob as Satan's chief enumerator.
Kvery yrar aeea th Introduction of
freak, bills Into th W'slalature of on.
or mors (UIH, but the spring of lata
ermi to hv. capped th climax, The
freak legislators hsvs run mad. Hard
ly a stats haa escaped. It la th. fash
Ion of th preas to pk fun at Kan
sss, which may bs depended upon to
corns to ths front with something fool
ish In ths way of lestslsllon. And al
though ths Sunflower stats haa lived
up to her flowing reputation In the
present session, her companions in ths
sorority of states hsvs not fallen fsr
behind. Most of ths new lawa have
been Introduced for ths purpose of
prohibiting something or other. Here
are a few, culled from one day's c
To prohibit ths catching of frogs.
To prohibit ths use of fare powder,
rouge, hslr dys or bleach, ths plsrclng
of ears snd ths wearing of ssr-rlngs.
To compel chicken to go to roost
before T p. m. To provide that bulls
driven along ths road at night ahall
wear lights. Colorado.
Povldlng that all weeds andr plant
which cause' hay fever ahall bs re
moved from ths roadsides, bachelors
to pay annual tax of It per head. Pro
hibiting ths wearing of whiskers by
doctors and dentists.. Massachusetts.
Compelling ths National Quant to
do ninety daya work each year on the
roads snd bridges of the stste. Re
quiring dealers In stock food to pay
sn annual license of t:S a year. Pro
hibiting fre lunches. Nebraska.
Compelling churchgoers to leave
their firearm outside. Tessa.
Prohibiting treating. Prohibiting
ths giving of tips to barbers, waiters.
porters, hat snstchers, etc. Taxing
bachelors of JO year of age. ISO per
annum. Licensing cats ft per head
per annum. Illinois,
To furnish lumber lacks with Indl
vldual bath tuba. Minnesota.
Establishing a uniform thickness of
sleigh runners. North Dakota.
Prohibiting a man from becoming a
"ball-dodger. I. e., allowing person
to throw baseballs at one's head, for
hire. New Tork.
Limiting esch resident of the state
to one gallon of "corn llcker" a month.
Prohibiting the amnklng of cigar
ettes by school, normal and university
Prohibiting the publication of liquor
advertisements In the newspapers of
the stats and calling for the destruc
tion of all such advertisements In pa
pers printed outside of the state be
fore such paper are sold. Alabama,
Perhaps It would bs go-o.l te to
overpower that Mllton-rreewaler
bunch when they com. to Weston
next ttundsy, put them In chains and
prttceed to belabor them properly Wllh
bastinado, belaying pin. shlllsles' or
Just plain hickory club,
for w. fear It Is ths only way to
Weston succeeded In trouncing them
Just ones last season, and waa the
only team to perform this fest. How
ever, they were rilppled St the Urns.
and It Isn't iMtrtlculsrly rrsdltabls to
beat a cripple.
Last undy at Milton Weston look
an early lead a per usual, and In
Twin City combination then came
from behind, also as usual, and won
out handily. Ths umpire seemed to
have bad day and hla decisions ds
pressed ths Weston boys, but nothing
further will be added by our baseball
reporter to the remarks so freely and
derisively remarked by the fana when
Ills I'mps" was In action.
The game was marked by free hit
ting. In which Mllton-rreewater led
by a Isrge msrgln. Toung Wood
wielded ths club lo grtd effect for
Weston, while t'aptaln Itenlrk led the
Twin City swatamen.
Here's whst "Shorty" James haa lo
y about It. In symbol and hiero
Kvrrett 2b ....
Kennlck 0 ....
Saeirar rf '. ,
Sunday, April 18
v-- At 2:30 p. m. er
MILTON-FREEWATER vs. WESTON
Grand Stand Free to Ladies and Their EtcorU
Sharp rf 4
Henderson rf 4
Jenkins sa ,
Ilanholomew p 4 1 .1
Weston ah K
Itlomjrren lb ft 0
Ku iron! 2b 4 I
Lovell If 4 0
Kennard 4 0
Karnes cf 4 0
M. Turner rf 4 t
K. Turner St 4 I
Wood e 4 0
O'ilarra p 4 0
M 12 27 ft
H IM A
0 8 2
WIUIA.H MscKENZIC, Pnilstei
J. It. PRICE. Vk Prulesst
E. at SMITH. Casks
t. L BlOMOHf N. AmMsss CW
Hie Farmers Bank of Weston
Total 37 4 T 24 6 3
Scott It UBlBt
Milton-K 1 0 2 2 0 2 0 1 -
Weston .....0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 1-4
Stolen lases-Jenliins, Kennlck, 8ae-
gar, llartlinloMit'W .'.
Sncrlllce lilla-l ruxuale.
Two-base hits M. Turner, f'roxilale
Hue hlta-olf O'ilarra 12, ilartholo
Struck out by O'ilarra 9, Ilartholo-
I'aewd Imlls-Wood I. Itcnnick 1.
Time of game 1 hr. 4t)mln.
Umpire, Collins; scorer, A. James.
Rut Ssaiiyi Caatt
Milton-Freewaier at Weston. 2:30
o'clock p. tu.
Helix at Athena.
are being founded every day upon small savltif
from slender Incomes.
Ths savings fund, started today and built upon
faithfully, creating eventually working rapi
tal; then inveatmvnt directed with the good
jixlitment which the savings bank implanla
thus destinies are wrought.
Your working capital ran be built safe!
surely by dcptwlting your saving in this
DIKKCTOttS-Wllliam MarKenile. Dr. F. D. Watt. Joseph Wurier,
C. W. Staggs, J. II. 1'rlce. J. C I rice. K. M. Smith,
IIORSK-rL.Y AT WKDDIXG8.
The village cut-up Is In for more or
less of a squelching In the "contiguous
ultimately," as Bill Nye might have
Good taste Is over-riding horse-play
at weddings and the Idiot humorist
who Is lying awake nights trying to
think of new way to embarrass the
ItlS crop of newly-weds may as well
turn over and go to sleep.
From present Indication nls serv
ices will not be needed.
There Is a strong sentiment against
him and his tribe. , .
Nearly all of the woman papers
are beginning to publish articles of
Interest to the June ' brides and all
units In advising against horse-play
It Is Admitted that the bride and
groom ought to expect a little rice
throwing ought In fact to enjoy It
for the spirit It manifests.
But the decoration of luggage with
white favors and ridiculous placards,
the tying of cowbells to the rear axle
of the cab or auto, the trifling, steal
Ing or substitution of articles In the
luggage and all the other fool stunt
of the professional wedding humorist
are relegated to the limbo of "old
Washburn. Wis. Lafayette Renter,
tl. died here last week after hla rela-1
lives hsd kept him alive for 50 day I
by artificial respiration. Night and
' day, for over seven weeks, one or an
other of the man'a relatives has pump
ed sir Into his chest with their hands.
Newcastle, Ind. The most daring!
thief In the world Is operating here.
The police department has a wonder
fully fine and aavage watch dog. Ths I
thief slots ths collar from ths dog's I
To the People of Weston:
k a. a . .ft
Wow is the time to buy your
Sunbury. Pa. Miss Alice Rhoadcs,
IS, Is In the hospital here. At her
home In the country she attempted to
take a drink from a glass In the dark.
Picking up the wrong tumbler she
swallowed several hundred tacks and
Charleston, W. Va. For the theft
of ISO pennies from a railway office,
Berdle Smith has been sentenced to
the penitentiary for life. It was his
fourth conviction on larceny charges
and he was sentenced under the habit
ual criminal act.
Wlnsted, Conn. Arthur P. Ackley
returning home upon his first fur
lough from the navy Was so glad to
see his grandmother. Mrs. Ferdinand
Fortler, that he gave her a hearty hug
breaking one of the -old lady's ribs.
Trimmed Hats j
! Now on Display at '
Tktaaj Store :
S V& Call on us at our I
I new location in
J the Gould brick. I
ter's wood. We have contracted for
several hundred cords cut from large
pine trees and are prepared to sell you
wood cheaper than you have bought it
for ten years. We will deliver this
wood, for cash only, to any place in
Weston at FOUR DOLLARS AND
FIFTY CENTS ($4.60) jer cord. Or
ders will be taken at any time and de
livery made as soon as possible.
la a five-year-old, pure-bred, brown-black atallion.
Stud Book of the American Trotting Hcirinter in rule
hand: weight. 1160 pound,
dam. Priacilla J. ; aire of aire.
HOUSE LINING 5c Per Yard
Sets, to $1.00 per Double Roll
COME AND SEE
All the sentiment in favor of rood
roaus is wonmess unless sucn senti
ment is expressed at the ballot box
Which Indubitable fact it is well to
remember when Umatilla count holds
I a road bonds election.
It would also be well for Umatilla
I county to follow tbe example of Mult-
nomab, which carried it f 1,250,000
I road bonds by a tbree-to-one vote.
Knowing- full well from bis famil
iarity with press club poker that two
kiog-s are better tban one, Brother
Collins of tbe Monday Crawfish should
not bave been guilty of this Irreverent
bit of persiflage:
"We do not know who renorted ths
first rose to bloom this season, but our
est. content p., tbe Telegram, was the
first to pull the w. k. boner of refer
ring to tbe late Kex Oregonus as
'King Kex.' "
"Hy" Cohen estimates the 1915
wheat crop of tbe Pacific Northwest at
from sixty-three to sixty-nine million
the dish at the
Fresh Bread, Cake and Pastry.
Fine Candies. Good Meals at All
Hours, 25c. We specialize in
Lodge and Party Suppers.
ZEHM the Baker
Dupuis Building, Main and Water
Shoes and Harness
repaired next door.
1 Weston Meat
rvgUtered In that
glHter In rule 1. lieivht. 1ft
Standard bred. Sire, Alton U., 85406;
Altamont. SfiOO: ilsm of sirs. Tmim!
ire oi oam, uonner . it,, sw; asm oi asm, Eugenie Eddy.
TERMS To insure mare with foal, 120.00; season, f 15.00. Best of
care taken to avoid accident, but not rcipoiiaible should any occur.
WESTON, at Stamper' Stable-April 9, 10, 17. 18, 25, 26. May 8. 4.
11, 12, 19,20,27,28. June 4, 6, 12, 13, 20, 21, 28, i.
THR0N OLSEN, Owner and Handler, Pendleton. Oregon
Brandt Building, oppo-
Good, Fresh Meats
Fish in Season
Cash paid for
A. P. Perrv
HOMER I. WATTS
Practice in all State and Federal
and Kodak Supplies
Druggist, Weston, Oregon