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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1915)
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WOOL UNDERWEAR SWEATERS
' CAPS MACKINAWS
OVERSHOES or RUBBERS
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We have them, and it's our pleasure to show
them to you.
' O O O
wooden hammer and aiuklng her dls
numbered body In Lake Como-wblch
we re ti)l prone u regard h rathar
herih and extreme measures.
Our good rwighbore north ef the Urn
are not living altoarather in a iut of
beatitude, Washington eolWta
around ,0u0,wo annually M taxea.
The Hexlcaa Situation la nearly al-
waya good for a wheeaa, but we can
think of nothing to aay thia wart ax
that It aeema no nearer settlement
than aoma of our past dua subscrlptlone.
SEATTLE YOUNG MAN TAKES
HOME A WESTON BRIDE
tatty WW.tif U SWxu1m4 Wataaiaif at
, Ui Ktcltuli ttttttaca.
.We have BLUESTOWE for you
Come in and have a look at it '
fi. . I I a t .
ppeeaing or dromedary dates, we
wtnh that Hy Cohen VrtMiM condescend
to enlighten ua on his market nigra
to bow, whan and where ono would
niaka a data with a dromedary.
It waa all right for the Colonel to
kill that bull monaa In Canada, but
Inaiat on thia aida that ha spare ua Geo,
W. Perklita awhila. Wnger fortxhib.
Tired of tha raw head and blood
bonaa of Mara on tha ft rat peg of hia
lavorue aauy, ona turna to tha inaMa
to ba eonfrontad hy tha grislier spec
Ucla of Mra. Nkholaa Longworth In
.. . . ,
Wa heartily concur In tha Eaat
Oregonian'a sentiments herewith, and
call upon John Banlater to make tha
"Something aeema to have helped
tha wheat market and wa don't care
what it waa."
"Amid all tha disheartening happen
ings of tha time, wa may be consoled
in tha assurance that Jack Froat will
soon clap tha lid on tha port ahirt."
evening i eiegram. ;-t . i
Tha Telegram' paregrapber, wa aur
mise, having juat checked bia own into
tha garbage can. . ,
Tha English government haa failed
to graap ita opportunitiee, or it would
long ago bava aant lira. Emmaline
Tankhurat to tha front and routed tha
Tha home of Mr, and Mrs, William
MacKenste waa tha scene of a pmty
waikllng October , IBIS, when their
daughter Agnea waa married to Mr.
Clarence tYealloe of Seattle, tha lie.
W. K I'ayn officiating.
The bridal couple with their attend-
aula, Mtaa Juala lavender- aa maid of
honor and Mr. Earl MacKenil as beat
man, entered tha Mrlor ui the amine
of tha wkllng march plared br Mine
Uladva huillli. Juat In-fore the nup
llal knot waa lied Mnk K. M. Hmlih
aang, "1 Lura Vou Truly." Tha haatul-
mi noir caremon waa umhI. Tha
bride lookmi channlna la white ervue
da china over uieMltue and carried an
arm iMiuquat or tu-tde'a nawa, Many
beautiful and cuaily prewnu fniiu
frlvmla and relattvea wei-a aililUlL.! In
tha Itbrarr, ,
Mra, 1'rantlea la tha alder danirliiep
or Mr. ami Mr. William Machemla
amt baa aent tha greater part of her
girlhood io Veioo, where aha ha
many frienda. Mho la a gnuluata of
VVeaton High aohool ami of the
itahnke-Walker buaineaa college Mr.
i'rentlre la I lie onlr ehlld of Air. ami
Mra. t'harlea lrenllce of Meatlle.
1 ha jriHinir eounle denarted on the
evening, train fur rWaule, whera a
weikllng reoeinlon waa given them at
tha home or tha trruom'i namnia.
They will reside on an extensive dairy
ana suuuuutvu ny toe groom.
ARE YOU A GOLDEN RULE
If not you don't know Juat how much you are
losing, nnd the sooner you get acquainted with u
am our businctu methods the quicker your bank ac
count will grow. We have no bad account! to los
every year.. Customer has that to pay; not the
merchant Our great buying power enable! U! to
give our customers highest grade merchandisa on
the market for less money. . . , , ,
Juat received by exnrea
men 'a ami hoys' fancy etrtpe jr
aeya. priced at Kc, vl.4i, ll.HA
Men 'a heavy fleece union suits,
t. M value, our price Ufa,
Men'a wool ribbed union suits,
priced at 11.49, ll.b and
Men'a heavy fleece shirts and
drawer, toe, 6A aril ?Kc values,
our price Site, 4Sc and 41.
Boys' heavy fleece anion suits,
75c value, our price 4ite.
Boya' knlfkerliocker school
pant, alto, 6i. p, fl.3.
Ijiille' unliin aults, tha heavi
est kind In fleece, 4tK and W.
I.aillea' wool rlblted union suits,
Dutch neck, sliort sleeve, ankla
Wngth, at Wc, 91.40, i.s la
Chiklren'a and mieaea
union suiia, all aiaea, alto.
Ladiea' outing gowns In white
or colors, daintily trimmed, at
4Uc, Stic, KHc and 11.49.
Ladiea' colored knit skirU at
4Uo, m, Hc, 1.4. '
Ladiea' outing aklrtt priced at
JSc, m and 4UO.
LOCAL DRUGGIST PLEASED
We are highly pleased with the
QUICK action of buckthorn bark, aiy-
cerlna. etc.. aa mixed la Adler-l-k.
the sppndliltls preventative. ONR
SPOONrut. rellevea aour stomach,
gaa. and constipation AT ONCR. II.
is 6ofa Rols
J. C. TENNEY CO., Inc. - (83 Rusy Storaa)
ATHENA, OR COON
Indiana. Pa. When llahtnlna struck
the home of A. L. Dlehl of Penn Hun.
It lined tha necklace from hia daugh
ter. Belle, and droooed tha lorksi
hanging from It Into one of her
ahoea. Tha back of her other shoe
waa cui from ner root aa If by a
knife. Ida Dlehl, a sister and Ruby
Maxwell, a cousin, had their hair
parted by the bolt and each haa a
rtreak of alnved hair extending from
their roreheada to tha napee of their
It baa just occurred to na that in aay-
big "Tha path of glory leads but to
tha grave." a great but Deealtnlstic
poet forgot to add that so also doaa the I LOCU Lodge Directory
pau oi ine moiiyccKKiia.
(Phone Main 241)
. CLARK WOOD, Puklithcr
tuMJAA KstKENZIE. TnslteM
X It MICE. Vka Piasideat
EL H. SATTTI, Cashic
C L BLOMCREN. AuiiUet Cuhicr
Six Montlis. .
I Fnnr Months ..
StricJH in Afbtnct
... 0 To
... 0 BO
'mm Bank of Westen
Per inch ner nimith
Per inch, one insertion
locale, r line each insertion....
""DAT . : . , . OCT. A. MIS
Ests rtd at the petlelflca at Vsstea, Ongee,
at stcead-clsss a. til matter.
If you are figuring on
a FARM LOAN now
or later,j come inland
talk it over with us.
There may ba no auch thing aa hell
fire, but shell fire wa take to bo a fair
ly devilish substitute. " -
Yon see, Roaamond. that during
their hard drive the Allies would rath
er take and bold tha Iinea.
President Wilson ia about to marry
again, and the beet-luck wa can wish
hia bride and tha country ia that aha
will ba tnlatreas of: the White House
until 1920. - V -
We would even be willing to accept
an apology from Colonel Boyd, and and
our long hostility wilt that low-browed
and atavistic troglodyte, if he'll make
one aa complete and ample as Kaiser
Still, tboae wireless conversations at
2500 milea will never reach tha popu
larity of those tooUte twosomes in tha
parlor with tha lights turned low.
Ode to aa Aato.
(Uulllgan Stem In, Athena Press.)
I heard a fellow rumlnatlnc out loud
Ilka thia the other n!ghtr and J give It
to you stralfht: . ."My auto, 'tla of
thee, short cut to poverty of. thee I
chant. "I blew a pile of dough on
thee two years ago,, and now you re
fuse to go, or won't or. can't Through
town and countryside, you were tnv
Joy and pride, a happy day. I loved
thy gaudy hue, thy nice white Urea so
new, but now you're down and out for
true In every way. To thee, old rattle
box, came many bumps and knocks,
for thee I grieve. Badly thy top la
torn, frayed are thy, aeat and worn
STKVKNS LODOK NO. 40, K. OP P.
Meets averv . Watlnoadav evenlnv.
I J. R. English. C. U. Clark Wood.
n 01 n. a a.
Alt Work Guaranteed
H. L. HEDRICK, Manager
It's our aim and policy to have not but pleased
and satisfied patrons.
Expert Auto and Gas Engine Repairing.
Overhauling a Spccialty.-
Q M Id ft; 7Ls I;b te&a itssia
WrSTON riDOK NO. K A. F. k A.
M. Meets averv second and tmirtli
.Saturday In each month. Richartil
Morrison, W. H. U H. Ihtrla, Bo.
WKSTON JOIKSK NO. 6M, I. O. o. r.
Mens every Thumdav avenlnir. W.
H. Uould. N. O. A. A. Ksea. Itec,
ooc; riO.Pe.Mosa, Kla. Sea,
WKSTON CAMP NO. 112. W. O. W.
MNutnaom ami mini Natunlan I
of each month. Monroe Turner. C. I
U J. J. Heeler, Clerk.
K17RKKA ASSKMWV NO. 24. ITN
lied Artlsana. Meeta tha Hut am!
tbinl Mondaa In each month. NeM
Ua .May bee. AI. A. raneea C. Woud.
secretary. ... t.-(.
HIAWATHA RKHKKAH lmv
No. 88. Meeta tha second and fourth
Tuesdays of each month. Kuby Jamea.
O. Odessa Klrknatrick. Uao. Km.
uotno ilranilt, r'jn. Sec.
CRKSCENT CHAPTKR NO.,47. O.
K. 8. Meets tha aeeond and fourth I
Fridays of . each month. Mary K
Barnae, W. M. , Alice K. JVIce, See.
Unlike tha lata Mark Twain. King
I Constantino of Greece who married a
I Hohenzoliem aeema indisposed to sac-1 whooping coughtaffecta thy horn.
rifica hia mifa'm Ml.ii. 00 oe!leve. Thy perfumee swell the
... .1 whex. mm wa nu. hv t n iA fn .ku
a rasn wanaaian boil moooe lost ita la price, 'twould buy mansion twice.
Ufa through charging tha ColoneL who now everybody's yelling "ice- I won.
had grown accustomed in hia 1912 earn i irr why 7 Thy motoc haa the pip. and
paign to tha paying variety.
Furnished and Prin
app ers '
the Leader office
One hundred.................................... 1 00
Two hundred.. 1 50
Each additional hundred..... 0 30
. I will appreciate a call when
you visit Athena.
L S. VINCENT I
Hawk 'a Drug Store t
ATHENA - - OREGON t
ISOIIEn I. WATT3
Protics ia all State and Federal
W. G. IXUGIIES
"t i-s, Iks Clam Building, Milton
H Hirs, 9 to 12 and I to 5
CIGARS . TOBACCO
: Have Just Added
a Stock of ,
"Man Uvea Dav Wirknnt Rnln. "
Not ao very rcmatkable. Wa know
a man who baa even ran a suburban
I newspaper 25 years while similarly
Yon cannot always disUmmish the
'big noiae" of a community by hia
a . ...
Having broken op a dance at Baker.
Oregon, Sunday's quake will doubtless
be regarded in orthodox circles aa of
truly divine origin. , . , '
I Oh, a wonderful tipple is teal
So pleaains; to you and to mei
The folks who swie linuor.
They wreck their health
Ana oi am they're not perfectly-free!
Lampmma In Orafoa Journal.
Buttermilk ia a fine beverage, .
Salubrious for jester or sage,
irop a war in your Deer
At the end of tha
Turn the leaf to the buttermilk page!
Bank cashier killed himself because
he moved from Heppner to lone, when
every day he could have written, "lone
wegon." ; ' '
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We glean this eolid grain of wisdom
from Up-To-The Times Magazine;
"Permanent Droaneritv U f(.ij
only by those who constantly snend
less than thev receive. TKia U V...
whether the eirnipirs be I nr. iw .mull.
whether they eotne to na aa wages'
salary, fees or profits."
We read again how Porter Charlton
effected a separation from hia shrewish
wife by beating her to death with a
woe la thine; I, too, have Buffered
chills, affue aod kindred ills, endeavor.
inc- to pay my bill since thou wert
mine. Gone Is my bank roll now; no
more 'twould choice a cow, aa once be
fore. Tet If I had the mon, ao help me
John, amen I'd. buy myself a car
again, and apeed some more.
Philadelphia, Pa. Mra. Tt.C. Nuck.
lee- of Dallas. Texas, haa a six-Inch
pet Chihuahua with, an appetite for
diamonds, ; A recent meal consisted of
a valuable stone from a handsome la-
valliere. A veterinary performed
delicate operation before the gem was
I s i the rtrealt Court of lbs Kale of Oraton lot
Ida laatwl Davit, Flats!!, vs. (Ita Nord
To Kiss rtord Davis, Dtteadanl :
IM fHB NAMK OV TH a UTATK f OBK.
(ION: You ara herabff niMaiiMl ami m.
qnlrsd to appear and aa.war Ida complaint ol
tba pl.lmllf on ! Hb tha Clwrk ol tha
above aiiilwt Court wliiilu ala . ntu
tin dale ol Ida trM pulillrallnn ol thia tarn
mona. M-wit. on of blo Vrlriav iba ivh ri.a
of Odtobirr, lij and yon iaka ooilca thai
If too tall lo appaar and anxror aald cam.
pktiatovolharwiiw plead lharalo within aald
uina. in. uiainun. ir want m.Mii. ..in an.
ply In tha abova antltlml court lor tha rallirl
prarwt lor and damandml In Ilia prayar of bar
wwuwiuh iwwii. m nurn iui.v.i 11 1 1.
aolring lha bondaof matrimony now aod ham
Iblora axlatlna blwan tilalntia and d.f.nH.
ant and lor other unliable relief .
Tnlaaniamooa la pobll.hed purtaanl loss
order duly mada oa Iba lat day ol aeptambar.
ll. by Him O. . Plielpa, tironU JadKi ol
tl.ellb Jodli'lal Dl.lrh t ol thaatata ol Or
oi, and tlit tint pul.Mrl..n ol llil. aommona
will ba mads in lha W'saroa Lauxia new.M-
par punnaneo at waaton, Umatilla t onni., Or
aon. oa Ihe Sd dav or Rfniamh., leiji .
tha laal pnbllcatinn will ba Bad oo lha lath
1 of October, 1SIA.
atad at panrilaton. Aimm. m tbia ih. i
day oMteplamhar, a. D Mis .
win, m. rciKKflnv,
Ailomay lor flalnilll ,
We will show you this week one of the
niftiest lines of Women's and Children's
Coats ever displayed in Weston, which we
will actually sell at cost price.
While you are in look at our Blankets.
Sweaters and Macklnaws, which we
guarantee to be all wool.
THE BRANDT STORE
Under auspcea of tha Umatilla County Branch of tha
Oregon Horse Breeders' Asaoclation.
All Ihoraomen Invited to coma and bring their stock.
Free feed for atoelt. Free admittance to exhibitors.
.ku!?ln,r hy .eomPlent rcpresentatlvea of tha Extension Denartmant
of the Oregon Agricultural College. . '
Entrlea must ba in before 80 a. m.,. Saturday, October 9th. -
Dr. C, W. LASSEN, Secretary
, PENDLETON, OREGON.
With this new and suc
cessful device we are
prepared to mend your
R. Ucuallen & Jon, M. D.'
NOTICE TO PATRONS
Our tariff haa been Aled with tha Oregon Railroad Commission,
and tha following rule muat ba strictly observed:
(raula marks and roi-yrttfiu olitaliwd or na
Im-. SmhI MmmIH. meh9 Or yhettm ami d
rritten It PRC! aiAftCM and rapoft
an pattntatmnr. MiiainM
PATCHTa BUILO POBTUMta for
yoa. Onr fiw, boofc tat. tell bow. whalto tome
D. SWIFT a CO.
303 SavewiB St, WasbinBtow, t.tf
for horses and cattle la tha grass that
prows on meaaow ana mil. The next
best thins; la sweet, clean, hay and
feed that cornea from our mill. When
you need rolled grain of tha right sort
for keeping your livestock in fine fet-
uo, iook lor our sign and the good
thinga forfor your dumb servants
siorea in our Dins, we handle 8ream
Rolled Barley, Oats and Wheat; Baled
Hay, Milistuffa and Chicken Feed.
We're local scents for Peapnrlr
ana uiatchtord'a Calf Meal. , Phone 281.
D. R. WOOD the Feed Man
DR. C. H. SMITH
Physician and Surgeon
-Office in Brandt building
WESTON . . . outinoN
RMU t Any bill not paid before tha 80th of aaeh month
becomes delinquent and the supply of electricity may ba dis
- continued without notice to tha customer, in which ease an
additional payment of CO cents will be required to turn elec
tricity on again. Tha right is reeerved to discontinue tha
apply or to refuse to supplynjone with electricity who 1
, in debt to the Company. . , .
Wa want to be square with our patrons and to give them good
aervice, and only ask them to ba square with us. If you ara dissat
isfied with your meter readings or for any other reason, kindly noUfy
us and wa will endeavor fo make amende.
all eontracta 'for service mast be made with tha
Sea that your receipt ara countersigned by E. A. Zerba or br
Our tariff may ba found at the DeMosa Furniture Stora or at
tha Weston Leader office.
Preston-Shaffer Milling Co. V
Athena, Oregon . Waltsbur, Wash.