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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1915)
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WOOL UNDERWEAR . SWEATERS
OVERSHOES .or RUBBERS
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We have them, and it's our pleasure to show
them to you.
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We have BLUESTONE for you.
Come in and have a look at it
. WhaUvwr may' result from tX
rwcvnt ABC adjuttt f th Mxl
can tnudJlo, th at.MmwJ Or((hln
will ItMvlUbly contlmi ta erltiei U
Willi plnf motorist hv been
heard to refer to Weston m ft tort of
art wart, wo notl- that they no
Vmtt bump liito It wlUt their rt
whit oaay and Nonchalant Inanucianc
-nor, UktwlKo, wlU thair chuff chug
wagon. , , .k
Rax Lamnman write ui ronflden
Ually at follow
"Why don't yoo call Boyd a eorro
liteT I used to call a nian named
Brewer that in the halcyon era when 1
rati a country paper and utun I
anyone In North Dakota. "
But what did ft eoprulit ever do to
ua, that wo ahould thua cast obloquy
If Villa had aver gotten ft good per
sonal whack at hi triumphant rival,
Carranta might not hava been quit o
eaay U reeognlM.
Notwithstanding the rough itough
(or ruff stuff) that Portland newspa
per joseamith are pulling about .the
ankle watch, wa'U bet that none of
'am ever got near enough to on to
teU the time day.
The Pythian are Damontng in Port
landbut w wouldn't go ao far aa to
aay that if body trailed along he
could ee ten knight in bar room.
Th Philliea were in deep water Tuea-
day, for they couldn't get to Shore.
Th following frolieeom null ap
pear in th Pendleton Weakly Bull-
I dogger. We're going to giv it wide
publicity, for after the Gtad New Year
I such JeaU will b decidedly passe:
"Mr.- (censored) is pretty
I steady going sort of fellow and a good
citizen of the Round-up village, but
once in a long tim h goes out wiln
Kit 1. 1 Stlikf EatsrUlU Sulla.
Th mmbr and truest of
Balnl' guild wire entertained at their
(wtohsr meeting- y Mr IUIh ti.
Paling at her hunt n Water airet.
The o. lly aad hoales. on hU mea.
Inn. ktendod a war welenm to lh
Weaioa, teaohare to wise r-mnia
Johnson. M ha o.trtbiiteI inuoh
at InUreet to lh ullJ ..thiin
during the past year, and to her fel
low teacher,, who were five
hearty Invitation to contribute In
similar manner by uniting with
A short musical prowram was rea
dered. Two son. 'The Vallay
lau.hlsr" hy rred owl-a. and "VAn
dlla." aa Halls waits song by U A
dliL ara rhariNlnsly ettat by Mr.
Haling. A piano solo, a Ht-hubert
Uet snag. "Uu Blst Pie Huh'." was
played to an appreciative audience by
Mra. Ulllaa FrtirtoK. A prorution
ol aaaturtluma had been tastefully
nd effectively need by the hoslrea
autumnal irarnlture. and the appear
tnce of the rooms waa Very plvaaln.
Delirious refreshmenta were served,
after which the enjoyable afternoo
closed with expression of spprerla
lion from all.
The tfueale entertained were Mrs-
a It. Wood. Mrs. O. It. ltohlnen,
Mra. r. Hk Inner. Mrs. W. P, Payn
and Mra. Lillian Purdy of Portland
Mia Lurlle rneswell, Mlsa Louise Kin
toul. Mlsa Nellie Workman. Mlaa Al
bsrta tWyden. Mis Ollv Kilmer and
Mia Maud Acer. The gueeta enllstsd
aa Jnembera- were Mrs. Wood. Mr.
Itoblneon. and the Mlaae t'ocsereii.
(tlntoui and Workman.
The sudd's next inertia wlli be at
the home of Mr Marvin Price
Thursday afternoon, November 4.
More ItwkrfrUre Prraa Musk.
fOold Itlll Neva)
Joha D. Rockefeller. Jr, didn't In
vent the press asency, but he haa mar.
vsloualy adapted and adopted It.
are told in front pate headline that
h recently oared death from a dyna
mite blast, la company with common
workmen of his Colorado mtns. That
Is fine, hsrotc stuf It llatvne ood to
the laborer as he Picks hla teeth wit
a broomatrew ana peruses ine aeur
paper, after his codfish balla and cof
fee. If Junior had fared the riot guns
of militiamen In Colorado's recent Is
bur bickerings, and bad them
firing he would b helluva fellow,
In very sooth. While hla pres aen
cy la seeking to pull the public stlnser,
with fair faaclea ansnl hla eomrmls-
shlp with the miners, the public
coyly walling for this on of the
rirhMt man In tha world" la daman
the boys. Recently h sUid with them tr,t that he la anything other than
(Phone Main 241)
VTtXlAA KscKENZIE. Prssidtsi
J. It PtlCe. Vk rVcsideat
E. tL SAITTI. Cashier
E. L BLOMOREN. Assistant Csslwr
fk hmm Bask of -Wostn.
CURK WOOD, PaUulMr
' SUBSCRIfTION RATES
Slrieif in Jdbtne ,
I six sionlli 0 7ft
Fonr Months 0 ISO
long that It lost hi equilibrium and
I hi torigu got somewhat sticky. About
3 a. m. th boy pot him in th back
seat of an auto and his sagging body
immediately slipped down until the
bark of hi neck Bore most of the
weight. Th auto stopped in front of
his home and th bors told him to get
I out and tro to bed. H)h no. fellers.' he
I said, 'lean don't go home yet. Lesh all
I go out and get drunk.' "
W look not for th ankle watch
For wouldn't it he shockine
To drop our eye and see two hand
upon may tocauigT
The Philie and Red Sox are going to
ik a tour of the Pacific Coast, and
eston herewith hastens to offer them
th as of ft fair-to-middling diamond
free of charge if they'll let the local
magnate carry water.
puling parallel of
We arise to rebok unjust discrimi
nation. Mayor Harbour of Weston haa
visited Portland many times, and ha
never yet been fussed over like Mayor
Thompson of Chicago,
I Per inch per month. .. ........ .M 80
Irer inch, one Insertion. ; ztl
locals, pr line each Insertion Oft
OCT. IS. W$
Earned at the aestefficc at Vtttaa, On Jen,
tecead-das sseil auitsr.
If you are figuring on
a FARM LOAN now
or later, come in and
talk it' over with
Bruce Sh angle and Otto EL Dideon,
I publishers for several yean of the Mil
I ton Eagle, have dissolved partnership
"for good and sufficient reason. " The
Leader regrets that the member
I of this efficient newspaper team have
elected to go their separate way. To-
I gether they have mad the Milton Ea
gle, in oar humble opinion, the best
I country weekly in. Eastern Oregon,
I The Heppner Herald, close second to
I the Eagle for the newspaper gonfalon,
will now feet encouraged, perhaps, to
make ft spurt for first place.
, I will appreciate call when .
you visit Athena.
L S. VINCENT
Hawk's Drug Store
ATHENA - - 0EEG0N
traai wmrk oil 4 or
j lr. Jmm4 hmkIH. rbmlrhm or piioto mmd )
J mtHpti for rC8 StAftCM invert
I paisalaifclMty. lWik rmtvrmi.
I PATCNTS Ufi.D FOffTUWtS tor
jroo. Omr m hxxAUrU t41 r. wtomt
D. SWIFT & CO.
?8S Seventh St., Washington, D. C.
IIOrHZR I. WATTS
' In all State and Federal
CIGARS . TOBACCO
Have Just Added
a Stock of
We detect minor chord of pain in
the anvil chorus of the administration's
critics over the Carranza affair. The
Mexican settlement, if effected, will
leave them with ft broken bow and an
empty quiver, since they can but admit
the brilliant success of the tadministra-
tion in it far mora important Euro
pean negotiations. We presume that
tf turbulent Mexico at last finds .peace,
the esteemed Oregonian and the es
teemed Tribune will accord the credit
to the A B.C conference. If Carranza
proves to be a "flivver," they'll blame
the Wilson administration.
war. Ilk fire, may be th result of in
cendiarism, and that insurance against
it is wiae precaution. Quick to catch
the pulse beat .of public opinion, both
great parties ar now for a better army
and navy. The Republican would lik
to monopolize this sort of thunder if
they could and to let the Democrat
carry th "pork barrel." But the
'Great Unwashed" have ears with
which to hear and eye with which to
see. The nunK or Dreaa i in ineir
hand and they do not intend to drop it
with the buttered -side down. They
have th inside track and a good start.
They can and will act while the Repub
licans talk. Presideqt Wilson ha come
out strongly for prepared nan. . Secre
tary Garrison has submitted an effec
tive yet economical . army program,
Secretary Daniels propose to doubt
th number of warship. Ex-secretary
Bryan ia outside the breastworks,
where he cannot embarrass the party
with his pacificist notions. Of verity
the Democratic party Isn't all ears,
hide, hoofs and tail. It skull contains
certain modicum of gray matter.
la Iht rirroll four! ol Ihs fist ef Orroa Im
( natllla lounlj.
Ids lasbal Pavls. Plaintiff, vs. KUa Itojil
TaKlsaftord Davis. nfnlaal;
I fHR KAMI or THK STATS OP OKI
iiN: ym ar tinm aaaiaioiHM ai
attlrwt loappaar anil anr tlvr rooiblaial
ilia blaimllf n His alia lha Cl ol (h.
atwvs atiiMl I'tHirl MHla sis aaasa tru'
lha data ol Iks NrM Dubllrallaa tK IKIa lua
mona. lo-all. ua uf Wlara frUimt Ik IMtt tat
ol llrlnbrr. anal im alll lasa atMIra IH
II ran tail la appear and mi. I cam
plains ar nnawiM piraM lavram vitnin aau
lima, lha plaiml, ur aaal Ibvranl, dill p
ply In lha atMia anuii.iruun M ins tana
araftwl for anfl tlmaafM In ! prataf al hat
rooinlalltl. lo-all. far Hern loravar til.
anlrtn llts banclMOf mairlmon, mm aal pan
Ihlora aaMilus tialeaan plalnilf sad dviatul
aniaa foroiHar aqmiabia raiiai.
Tnla mnnHMH Is txibtlnhM (ximtspl teal
orilardult taa-la ea Iht IM dr of IVviawbai
HI4 b n.. U . Pkrlua. I liaiill Jtxlo a
ihagliifc Jtxllft.1 IM.irlrl ol ilwMiala of Ore
on. ao.l I'.a Aral piiblirall"D of thl kummihi.
Ill Da rnal m lha nun i.uots anw.pa
par publuhad at Waatao, 1'aMlllla I'ooniT, Or
cos, lha SI ilar ol sxpiatalmr, IPis. ant'
lha lM papllrallnn will ba Wails ea Ihs Mil
da, nl Orlnhar. ISIa.
halad al pMMtlaioa. Ofaana. oa IBIS IM IX
day H Kcaita, A. I isia
t l .... m. T n i r.
Aileraajr tor I'lalBilS
for horse and cattle (a th grass thst
ows on meadow and hill. The next
est thing is sweet.
feed that comes from
clean, hay and
our mill. When
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Brandt building
One of the surest signs that th pub
lic markets of Portland are benefiting
the consumers is the opposition of the
retailers. This class is badly hit, per
haps, but should recognize the public
market a a movement nndeniably pro
moting the "greatest good of the
greatest number," and perforce sub
mit. Unwilling, however, to subordi
dinate their own welfare to that of the
public, the Portland retailer are pre
paring to attack the validity of the
public market ordinance, In this we
predict their failure. Portland is not
so foolish as to part with a material
blessing that is the delight of it house
wives and the admiration of it visitors
and the court will not be indifferent
to public interest and opinion.
NOW'S THE TIME
to pay your Weston Leader "sub"
National preps red nee ha become ft
popular aa well aa an expedient doc
trine. The man in the street is be
ginning to realize that the stronger the
United State become th lees it is apt
to be forced into a war for the defense
of its national integrity. He sees that
The late Mrs. Abigail Scott Duniway
made her first speech at Weston for
equal suffrage one-third of ft century
ago. She spoke from' the balcony of
the St. John hotel, and her argument
were forceful and shrewd. Equal suf
frage was then a doctrine new and
strange, and her reception from press
and public was more or less derisive,
bere and elsewhere. ' Undismayed, ahe
held her flaming torch aloft, and lived
to see Oregon and many other common
wealths converted to her cause. Peo
ple ceased to criticise equal suffrage
from the standpoint of expediency, sod
to recognize the indubitable right of
woman to th exercise of the ballot
when ahe haa common interest with
man in the maintenance of good gov
ernment. The Leader joins with
host of others in honoring the memory
of the mother and pathfinder of this
great cause in Oregon.
SURPRISE FOR WESTON
The Blmpta mixture of buckthorn
bark, glycerine, etc; known as Adler-l-ka,
the appendicitis preventative,
surprises Weston, It drawa so much
foul matter from the system that ONE
SPOONFUL, relieve sour stomach, gas
and constipation AT ONCE. H. Good
win, drug-gist. ;
?ou need rolled grain of the right sort
or keeping your livestock in fine fet
tle, look fur our sign and the good
things for for your dumb servants
stored in our blna. We handle Steam
Rolled Barley, Oats and Wheat; Rnled
Hay, Miilstult and Chicken Fowl.
W'r local aganta for Peicock Flour
and Blatchford' Calf Meal. Phone 281.
D. R. WOOD the Feed Man
in the GOULD BUILDING
Is now open for business under
Fresh Meats, Lard and Fish
at moderate prices.
Giv ua a trial.
A. W. LUNDELL, Manager
Store That Saves
Are you prepared for the cold days that are
coming? If not, come to The Golden Hulo and
get fitted out Warm jirmtnti for all th family.
How about those Jersey Sweat
er for mn ind bysT They r
going fast. Com In fanry.
etrlp-ell lh r. Our price
We, 11.49, II.M
Men' ribbed union suit re
Men's wool union eulu .... 91.49
Man's wool union suit II.M
Men's wool union suits , flM
Hoys wool union su Is ee
Hoys' fleeced union suits....... 49e
Hoys' mackinaws M M, M.M
Mn's mscklnsw 14.1X1. K.M
Ladies' silk and wool unkm suit
.Dutch nck, short sleeve! wl
pay 4 OUT Our prir 3.N
Ladles' Ilurson raahmer kw
tSttliltMsft,. ai 4M ft
Ladle' llurwm fleeced ho ........
Mi' rahmr ribbed hos ......
Iloy' hmr ribbed ho.,. tS
Mi' wool anion suits M
Ml' cotton ribbed unions...!
fanry plaid wool nap blanket,
l.Vrt, UM, M.M, I4.M
ilanketa; frvye, tan and
, ee, Sftc, !., It.N
Toa Csi Do
Ths Golden Hi
3. C. TCNNEY CO., Inc. - (83 Busy Store)
ATHENA, OH COON
Furnished and Printed at tho Leader office
Sixty (minimum) $0 75
One hundred 1 00
Two hundred 1 60
Each additional hundred 0 SO
All Wb. It Guaranteed
II. L. IIEDRICK, Proprietor
It's our aim and policy to have none but pleased
ana satisfied patrons.
Expert Auto and Gas Engine Repairing.
Overhauling a Specialty. .
TsJdCII V: li Ira Ish fct Itzsti.
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, COAST LINE
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'' Both Expositions
Wllmlnsten, Dei. Mrs. M. K.
Orant. a wealthy woman, gave a horse
party ta honor of the 14th birthday
of her pet carrlace horse "Prince
Grant." A luncheon was served in
th stable, and an orchestra played
throughout the festivities.
With this new and suc
cessful device we are
prepared to mend your
R. Ueuallen & Son, M. D.'i
DR. W. G. HUGHES
Office in the Elam Building, Milton
Hours, 0 to 12 and I to 3
THIS YEAR has held
more of interest, of
wonder, of beauty,
of pleasure, than
ever before possi
bly ever again.
are now at their best.
. The opportunity to
visit them is nearing
its end go now.
Make all arrangements with ,
S. S; NELSON, Agent, Weston , ?
, R. BURNS, D. P.' P. A.
Walla Walla, Wash.
Railroad & Navigation Co.
Union Pacific System
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 Mackinaws, which we
guarantee to be all wool. , ;;
THE BRANDT STORE