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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 17, 1915)
MUCH DOIN0 NEXT WEEK
Have You Seen the
IN THE FISTIC ARENA
o o o
We are offering now
The 'Pendleton" AH -Wool Mackinaws
The MULVEY HATS
(all new shapes)
Caps, Shirts, Sox, Neckties, Handkerchiefs
Winter Underwear, Suspenders
Gloves and Shoes
We are agents for the
tailoring companies, and our tape line
is always ready for you .
(Phone Main 241)
JL. M. FBJCC Vk frusta
E. K. SMim. CMcr
C t. BLOAGREX.
$3 Faars Bank of Wdi
If you are figuring on
a FARM LOAN now
or later, come in and
talk it over with us.
Furnished and Printed at the Leader office
Eixtv (minimum) $0 75
New Canvas Cloves
For Men and Women
New Summer Underwear
fti tany Store
3?" PKONH NO. 238
CIGARS . TOBACCO
Have Just Added
a Stock of
CLARK WOOD, NsUshtr
SMflli In AAanet
Perlnrh pmr month. ..........
Pe Inch, new insertion
ImuM, per linn each iseertino.
. 0 7ft
WImmvw Uncle Sam Involves dim
tit U the. Internal affaire of Mealco,
he mty ma charge taa a4jscUv by
substituting an f for the t
The glad Industrial note that Walla
WaUa has been packing Utjr tons of
prunes par dsy wiU sesreety Interest
CotoneJ Uoyd, who la fUU of there
Tbaaa copious fall ralna are pool
tlv boon to several Umatilla county
towns we wot of that haven't boon do
Irar uch brsggliig of UU on their
respective, water lysteme,
a ' '
The following tad expression of "Ait
tumnal Grief" U Rsl Lampman's 8at
Ev'g Alibi snored our Ischrymose oMca
Imp to such a lood. of tears that b
didnt have to sprinkle down hon b
apt out tba ahop:
Wa ere clooo on tba kloa of Soptom
bar; tha bat bancotb blue on tha billa;
and ssdly again a remember our trou
ble with laat wtntere bills.
Tba flush on tbe foroat la beetle, and
beetle our thought aa wo poor and
muse liko sad-eyed dyspeptic on the
ray wa squandered toe year. .
We're aa rkwoiv aa Teddv tba col
onel, when bo sobs fur our national
wool; and our epirit is far. far from
vernal and w gulp whan wo into,
bow wo fool.
Yea, our days aro la eeer and In yel-
w. nut roRiaina yet, to com ton our
L the thought, we nay Ond an urn-
brelia, and stand off the bill for the
SEPT. 17. a
Catered at tha pattoflka at Wotoo, Oregon,
as Hcoad daw !! swatter.
J. EL Marphy ia learin the Oregoa
JoarnaJ aoon to go to the San Franciaeo
CalL In common with many other ad
mirer of Mr. Murphy and his work,
the Leaoem feels sens of loss at his
departure. In bim is largely typified
the wit, the brilliance, the imagery and
sentiment of his race, and we feel thst
Ms future is one of promise. From
the standpoint of technical still. Mur
phy wo think compares to the late
Homer Darenport as a thoroughbred to
draft horse. He is a schooled and
finished artist, while Davenport relied
upon the sheer strength of his erode
creations. Withal he is gifted, as a
true son of the Emerald Isle, with the
sense of humor indispensable to the
successful cartoonist. His work hss
constantly grown broader in conception
during his four years with tha Journal,
and in the past aix moniha, we think, it
has fairly scintillated with perceptivity
and power. We trust that his "new
field will permit him an ample freedom
THE STATE FAIR.
We'd like to go to the Oregon State
Fair if someone would volunteer to run
our paper and someone else would loan
us carfare. There's sn almost irresist
ible tug to this roseate invitation sent
out by Secretary W. Al. Jones:
"The Board cordially invitee you to
visit the great Agricultural and Live
stock Exposition of the West. This is
the fifty-fourth annual exhibit of our
State's resources snd industries. These
are displayed with magnificent effect
Trains arrive hourly with immense
crowds. Free attractions daily for old
ana young, bloat parades, pageants,
flying machines, bands of national
fame. Every day a special day with
entertaining features. Thousands en
voy exciting racing events. This is the
air of a Thousand Wonders a thinar
oi Deauty, education ana entertain
ment by day, and a blase of rlorr bv
night. Rain or shine the large build
ings with their auditoriums afford a
place of hospitality and enjoyment.
Good restaurant. You cannot afford
to miss Oregon's rrestest week of the
year September 27 to October 2."
Sounds like three or four world's ex
positions rolled into one and belike, as
good as it sounds.
The reference to "our soul" we
scribe to poetie license, and not to a
serious claim en the part of Brother
Laonproao to any such spiritual and un
Colonel Roosevelt is somehow unable
to realise that b has been consigned to
political oblivionand his enemies are
afraid to use an axe.
It's about time for the agricultural
college to send out some dope on the
value of straw hats for fall fodder.
Mr. Beats ta herewith advised that If
there hadn't been a. change in the
weather there should and probably
would hare been in the weather man.
The Allies want to borrow billion.
which ia $999,999,999 more than we
have about ua just at present.
We've Just received the following
through the mails from some unknown
and hopelessly irresponsible contributor
who seems to have had a bad spall:
"After many hours of thought!
study and deliberation the appended
jingle sprang into being for your Thia-
tieOown colyum: - i
If an S and aft I and an O and V
arte SU. -
And an E and a Y aw) E apell I.
And an S and an I and a G and an H
and an E and a D spell CIUE-
Tben what in the world ia speller
to do .......
But go off and commit SIOUX EYE
Which we hope this one does; and
we'll pay the undertaker.
Concerning the, Turk, it's singular
bow so sick man fights so weft.
Mexico doesn't know football well
enough to appreciate Uncle Sam's in
Jack rrneur la working out at
ihs Weetoa arm for hte bout at !
J Irion seat rtluav night, the IMh.
with George lsl. He frequently has
an ewrttewn, and bwnt flrM
become Impressed with the fact mat
Carpenter baa a most Imnreeslve wet
loe Willi either hand. Ingle will be
wtea ta avoid any Intimate connection
with one or bis rull-grown nunenra,
Hilly rarrell and hie brother Joe. who
are among rendietona fteet-snown
fltlc stars, were Interested spectators
Tuesday of Carpenter's work.
Ingle hi the conqueror of Pud Aa
derwon. and a good man with the
padded mitts. Carpenter la aald to
have Inst but bre out of lit fights
One of his vktlms beat Hilly Papas.
although the latter was then failing.
Tbeee two boys therefore should put
up a lively battle, and a number of
local followers of the fight game say
that they are going to Pendleton to
see It. Among Carpenter's barker
are Karl Coutts of this city and W, K.
Bnewrt of Pendleton,
Jockey Pennett and PIHy Mascotl
are scheduled for A return ensaae
ment at Pendleton aest TVusday night
and this also la expected to prove a
IUil.br Kvana, lb IHwitaml light,
welrhl' who trained In We.tnn laat
spring and won three houis while here,
la billed for a go with Tommy Clark
next Monday night at Athena.
CALIFORNIA POLO PONIES
FOR ROUND-UP RELAYS
Latest in Men's New Hats
For Fall? In oil the Newest
Shapes. Priccg-08 ds., $1.49,
$1.03, $2.40, $2.03. Remember,
it's tho buying power we have
for 83 Dig Busy Stores
that enables us to sell at thcio
prices. Wo buy for cash direct
from the manufacturers, thus cutting outfall trav
eling men's exivensi, etc.
Men's New Kali Sulla in greys,
browns snd blue aergea
S..D0, 1W. f. 4.7ft, fllBO
lloya' Knickerbocker Suits in
grey and brown muni and blue
serge U.IM. ... , M M
Huster Ilrown Shoes for llott In
gun metal, blu. or l.utton
ii.w. a.9, ra.w
The Latest tn New Kail Bulls snd
Costs fr Utlies-wlth for trim
nilng-tS.IK), tl..M, SI4.7D, t4&00
Have you seen thoa Cordarof
Coals with fur trimming on eol
tar and cults! 40.W valse-oer
fluster Itmwn Kboas for Girts In
gun metal and patent button,
chub or mat top
l.9, II.M, !, IXM
Too Can Do
In: Coin Rule
ft Let. '
Pendleton, Ore.. Sept. It. All the
way from Ran Mateo, California, will
come a bunch of sportsmen with a re
lay string to go In ths relay races al
the Roundup Heptember tt. It, It
These mea are the Daa Mateo polo
players on their way to Dole and will
atop bff al the Roundup to put their
horeea In the relay races Juet for the
port of It Matched satinet them
will be a polo team from Uolee and It
may be that three polo ponlee will
have something over the resular cow
ponies when It comes to winning re-
ays, but they have to contend against
such riders ss ftleepy Armstrong. Pred
Opsin, Bob Anderson, Allen Drumhel-
ler snd other old-time winners who
do not depend so much on the speed
of their mounts aa they do on their
own ability to make the changes and
thereby gain valuable seconds.
Fvervthlng Is now ready for the
Ixth big exhibition. The burking
horses are being given their dallv try
outs, the track Is In shspe. the bleach
era are being repaired and the Indians
are gathering their tepees and fanv
lllee preparatory to establishing ths
big camp on the grounds. The rains
are Improving ths roads snd condt
tions are now most favorable for the
largeet attendance ever noted, sur
passing that of ll I and int. for the
local ticket sals hss already passed
the tilt mark. Addltlnnnl roaches
and trains are being added dally and
with this enceurasetnent the bore
are going to make the exhibition Itself
the greatest thing ever staged.
Zim, in Cartoons magasine, presents
an antediluvian idea of the fsrmer.
Zira's foolish notions are so little sp
precisted here thst' we'll bet he
couldn't grift s ride In one of our
whest king's latest seven-passenger
buzs wagons, nor sidestep the bulldog
aoon enougn to Dear a piece on his
(the wheat Jting's) $750 player piano,
This is tho way he eoses misinthropic
misinformation: , , y "
"Farm life is sn ideal life, especislly
in the story books and upon the theater
. rr i i J t. i
lagv. i no mmwr aon own hubs piki
monarch of all the acres that are not
plastered with mortgages. He arises
with the little birds, hits up the hard
eider in tho cellsr, then hies him
thither to toy with the cattle for milk'
ing at four a. m. is one of tho Joys of
I sim nre. flora tne milking stool be
wends his way to the woodpile and
rieefuUy chops up cord or two be.
ore the breakfast call. When the
morning meal Is over his real life be
gins, blended witn tne buss oi rusty
machinery, song and profanity, the re
maining eighteen hours are wnuea
away. When the farm becomes so im
poverished thst it will rains nothing
but cbin whiskers, he lets the mortgage
noioer oo ius worst.,
Bulgaria's own standing has not
been improved by her understanding
Hearing the school bells, the young
sters are sorry that they aren't old
enough to stsy away and the grownups
that they aren't young enough to go.
'.1- ,. '.- . -i w n v ,
We fancy that tho subsidence of the
war cloud between the United States
and Germany is due in no small degree
to Count vou Bern i torn, who is an ex
ample of whst some hsve supposed to
be an extinct species the sensible and
brosd-mindud German. .
- WESTON PEOPLE HELPED
Weston people hsve discovered thst
ONE 8POONFXL of simple buckthorn
bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed In Ad-ler-l-ka.
relieve sour stomach, awe
snd conatlpstlon AT ONCK. This
remedy la well known as ths sppendl
cltla preventative. U. Ooodwln, drug
German scientist hss Invented a fine
new yeast, but the Allies are "raising
tne oougn." .
C rENNEY CO., Iw, - (HI llusy Stores)
H. L. IIEDRICK
Exjwrt Auto and Gas Engine Repairing
GASOLINE & OIL and accessories
At-t. Work Guaranteed
The Brandt Store offers you
calico at 5c per yard, apron
gingham at 6c, muslin at 7c.
Also wo are selling thread at six spools for 25c.
; VST.-. A good brand of overalls we have fur men
' ; I " , . j) at Wc the pair. J ' "
! THE BRANDT STORE
Asts Stift Sclctelf
I will sppreciate a call when
you visit Athena.
L S. VINCENT
Hawk's Drug Store
ATHENA - -. OREGON .
la the circuit Court of lbs Stale ef Oreg oa for
M lHb.1 tfnl; rialaU. fa. Itss rknrd
To kite t lojtil Perls. PwfeaitaBt :
in tHt NAMgor THK STATg OP ORg
(iun: Yen are nerebr mmmimo an
quired loanMrn4 eniwof the coatplelnl in
tbe plalntllf an Sle mt the Clerk ot lb
above eailtlt rearl wllhla ts li
tie latest I be S rat Babllrnllo of tbf we
moi. lo-wtl. am or twlnre rrlrt.T Ike 1Mb 1U1
ot Ortobfr, II4: n4 tee will ik settre thai
ii Too mii ia minmt aee aimtor mi4 torn-
lalBloroiheriM plea4 tkenie wllhla Mid
lira, tbe plelDllff, rr weel Ibererd, will ap-
pif 10 me above enuiMa court lor me nuri
praren hit aea oeraMnvo in ine eraver m it
eomplalttt, io.vll,,'lar e decree forever Ota
nlffiuf the bend.ol BMirlmoar noa ami bare-
inrora eaitiinc Miweve plaintiff asa ativuO'
nl and lor oilier eoiiluble relief.
Tnla.amoion. la pablobiHl parMiant to as
order dulr mxle es IbelM il.v oi Stibr.
Il. bj Him U. tt . rti.i. :lreull Jmlae el
IMSIalb Jodlrlal lilMrlriol Iba Slate oi Ore.
(on, and te Arat publlcailoa oi thi Mimmon.
win ne raaie w me w wrrrx uuim newaiia-
Iter pubilifcad al Weetoa, UmeUll Ceenlv. Or
neon, on the Sd ! of -.lmb.r, ISI4 and
is mm Bubiiraiioe will be siede ea lite ISlb
oat al ucuiber.
baled at Pendleton. Oreeoa. oa Ihla the let
oar 01 September, s. ' ivia
. 1. 1 Lit m, r.ir.nis'nt
', Anorner lor rUlnUff
DR. W. G. HUGHES
Office in the Klam Building. Milton.
,.,"t Tlours, 9 to 12 and 1 to 6 , a'
for horses and cattle is the grass that
grows on meadow and hill. The next
best thing is sweet, clean, hay and
feed that comes from our mill. When
you need rolled grain of the right sort
for keeping your livestock In fine fet
tle, look for our sign and the good
things for for your dumb servants
stored in our bins. Ws handle Steam
Rolled Barley, Osts snd Whest; Baled
Hay, MillstufTs and Chicken Feed.
We're local airents for Peteock Flour
and BIstchford's Calf MesL Phone 281.
D. R. WOOD the Feed Man
HOMER I. WATTS
Practices in all State and Federal
Going West, P. M. j
1:1)0 tr Weston J: 00
:! " Athens, 1:11
$:IS " Adams l:lt
f Dale Rothwellf
Lv Pendleton 10:00 Lv Tendlston 4:00
H Adams 10:BO " Adsms 4:t0
" Athena' 11;U " Athens,
. ., lree. ' I
: Weston to Athena, tic; Weston to
Adams, BOc; Alhona to Adsms, ttc:
Weslon to Pendleton, tl 00; Athena to
Pendleton, 76c; Adsms to Pendleton, i
Round trips. It msde In snms day;
Weaton and Pendleton, tl.tO: Athena
and Pendleton, $ I .SS.
HeadQusrtsrs; Weaton. at Ciy Drug
Slora; A'.htna, fit. Nichols Motel;
Adsms, Inland Merer ntll titors; Pen
dleton, French Jteatgttrant. ... ,
! give all my time to the flt-
ting and gHruling of glasses, 1 T
nave practiced in rnraifom sis
years, All work guaranteed.
American Nst'l Hank Bid.
Ore jon X
DR. C. H. SMITH
Physician and Surgeon
Office In Itrandt building
vtsroN e e . oktiOON
Sept. 27th to Oct. 2d, Inclusive
J. 11. BOOTH, President W. Al JONES, Secretary .
$20,000 CASH PREMIUMS
Send to W. Al Jones. Secretary, Salem, Oregon, and secure any In- ,
formation desired relative to the Oregon Exposition, Kxhiblt your
products and secure a portion of the 120,000 offered for premiums.
Free transportation for exhibits. Reduced fnre for psssengers.
Come and stay a week. Bring a tent and camp in the oak grove park.
Free camping privileges right at depot and main entrance to grounds.
Grove electric lighted. Good water. , . '
Two Aviation Flights Daily
HELP TO MAKE OREGON GREATER
!. .r.osi lw.r txstc iff O
THE -GREATER OREGON
With tW IkttHfllnaT, hmtimt tiif pmtil,
lMrartti cronft.-Ml mmty fleltf.Hi im It
tneultr.ih Ktflvnr-ltrwf Oron will blai Im
frtlth sr. TeMMirl, HesjtciiMiisr 14, 1 1 I ft,
Hirtl Imlii.ntT In CntHiiitrr, etnrtaiHm.
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rr Wurh.Musli'. I'itri-s Trnlnlnar nml Vlum
Art. srcn4.mnirdrmrtmttMUl lellr
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