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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1915)
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We sell only Groceries of Guaranteed
r Quality, j
Satisfied customers are our best
to let th needful work ka alone by sal
aried esperta ptMvintd by and answer
able to the fovernor. ;Thl would put
the governor In t)t Vealtlan of com
maodliur general or (he executive head
of department store and would, we
believe, aecempliih a tout etrMe In the
direction of ernctewev end economy.
To the ebjeetmn that uch planwould
make of the governor virtual dicta
tor la tha obvloua answer that at tha
and of hia tana ha would cease to dic
tate should he fait to sieasure up to tha
full requirement of hia mpoitaibilitlaa.
i in j
iiua community ,ia Presenting a
somewhat novel attraction in tha ahapa
of a Traa Wvaton Day. It will not ba
a dollar-enatchlng affair," but a aort of
get-togethar and nolghborly gathering
frea ' from sordid atmosphere, Tha
overworked word, "bargain," ia taboo.
Nobody naad apand a cant, and fraa
meale, fraa antartainmant and souvenir
gifta wiU ba provided. Tha "fraa
feed" to mada possible through tha
Ireneroslty of ona of Waaton a moat
I progressive business houses.
tha markings of tha "blue trail" of
I tha ooait-tooaat autotnobila touriata
wara mada yaatardayon Waaton cor-
1 ners, and auggeet tha pleasing thought
that tha pilgrim will ba anabled to aaa
I at least ana goad town during their
MOTORIN0 IN IDAHO
Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Ollarre and
Walter O'lUrre spent tart of leat
weak on a planl automobile aicur
Ion ln souther. Mahn, vUlltna
midland, I'avelte and whsr Irrlt".
lion out Hots Although they had o
crosa tha mountains, they found ths
roalS svarywhare lit bo eitlonal!y
good, and they traveled 411 ml!. In
II Vt houra actual running lima an
average of lw mllea an hour. They
hail a delightful elite, th.y way,
I h rough a varied and beautiful coun
try, la lb Payette region they found
a fine rllmaia and vary productive
oil. On I'ay.U. man ralel U
bushels of corn to iba ecrs and look
a aiata prite. Mr. OMarra viaUa.t
field where the cmra ii making l
boahela to th a.'re. and aelert.d a few
apertmvn ears to bring bom. Th
aw many nr alfalfa fields ami
thrifty orcharda ledea with fruit. Tha
Idaho apples ara beautifully colored
and tampt both Ih eye and palate.
Market condlllona ara not encourag
ing, hovr, and not a taw amall
farmar In tha Irrlgatad dlalrlrla who
hav bought thalr land on Inalallmanl
oaymanta ara finding H difficult to
maka anda mart. In fart, Mr. O'Har.
ra aaya that ha to mora than avr
cnnvlncad. aa tha raault of tlila and
otlivr axcuralona, that tha ion
country la th baat on arth. WMIa
th O'Harraa had avarythlng thay
naadad, thay found thalr aacuralon to
b ramarkably Inaxoanalva, and rac
ommand motoring to othara for aoch
vacallnna Tha turn of lit H n
avarr axnanaa. including maaia ana
rooma for all thraa and gaaollna tn
thalr rord car. which bahavad admir
ably throughout . , ,
. . ...
Those who know the value of every dollar
. t sum a.t-n nine ITlKtK
overy day pricei on
High Qrade Merohandiqc
Maaaallna Ilka. 2? Inch, black,
whtta aiut colora, g d tl.OO val
ue, our prio 6y tha yard
TITta, black and rolora, 9H Inch
1 60 valua, our prir. Kw yd
Milk Falll. 9a loch - a bwiuly
S OU valua, our prtra f I 4 yd
Sundown Taffeta ad Oworgatta
cra, 40 Inch !. tha yard
Crap da china in e'lra, 40 Inch
iwc tha yaid
Wool ai rv and wool batial. 38
Inch, 75o valua, our prico....4Ha yd
Serf a or broadcloih. 63 Inch, why
pay 1.60? urprte HKe yd
Cahardlna In all ahadoa, M inch,
1W valua, our pric 11.411
Klannclattaa for hi-uaa droaaaa
attd arquva......10c and I2't yd
with 7i or (t valua) our
prira 6'4 and 6'4 tha yard
llaavy taly cloth, outing whit a .
mi aoh ra (Iwttar aaa thaaa) at
. ., , ..xlr. Kc, li', tha yard
Comfort rallaooa 6a and
Comfort rratonna 8aml 10a
ItiJ Ully Ih, bat, ona dollar
valua, only , ... CVa
Wool kal a. full T.'.W, atdandld
Hilary bata, U 60 and S 00
valuta, our prica . l.7a and fl.M
Wool nap plaid blanketa. mm a
In blua and whlla, pluk and whlta
and tan ami whit-thay ara
bcauttca-full alia $3.00 valu.
our prta ... II. W pair
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UR PREFERRED STOCK BRAND OF
Canned Goods are the most attractive
Canned Goods on the Oregon market We
are always ready to meet your requirements
in Canned Vegetables, Fruits, Salmon, Tea,
Coffee, Spices, Extracts, Jelly Powder and
Grocers' Sundries. The quality of these,
goods is backed by CASH GUARANTEE.
John Bull aeaka to aboliah traatlng
I in hia tight Hula late, but ia doubtlaa
I willing to encourage much retreat
ing aa poaalbl on tha part of hia
Ifrienda tha enemy.
- l 1 . a
A Woodburn man, according to tha
Independent, "formed noble and patri-
Iotfc raaolutiona to only patronisa home
trade, but tha merchant! wouldn't
truat him." '
Too Can Do'
The Golden Rule
Otlcrs f Biici
V have never before eold a remedy
Ith the QUICK aciln of almple
buckthorn bark, glyearlna. etc. aa
mlxad In Adler-l-ka, tha arpandtcltla I
preventative. ONR PltKLNrL I
Havre eour atomach. gna and cnnallpa- I
lion AT ONCE. 1L Qoodwln, drug. I
J. C. FENNEY CO., Ia - (S3 Buay Sloraa)
We have just received a 600-pound shipment
of the 1915 Walnut Crop. 1
Tha Journal apeak of yak tteak aa
an Alaskan delicacy, but it'a not tha
kind of a stake that moat of tha "aour-
Idougha" are looking for.
A too ardent San Francisco lover
Iloat hia head completely, hia gracious
inamorata having removed it with her
little hatchet. -
Motor car arrvlc to all points, day
or night. Also livery and frad etat
opposite the ' IJauallcn blacktmlth I
hop. lafa Mel? ride.
Cleveland. O. "Enclosed find I I
rents for a bad sheet which I took
from your house whan I roomed with I
you. read a note received 6y Mrs. f.
Holsmaa. The signer of the note
roomed at tha Iloltman home eight
I years ago.
Furnished and Printed at the Leader oflic
Sixty (minimum)....... $0 75
One hundred 1 00
Two hundred........... 1 CO ,
Each additional hundred 0 30
(Phone Main 241)
Aviator Grshsme-White deniea that I
he was shot as a spy, "but may not be I
I so well informed ai "XSe war corr-
spondenta. ' r;.
Dan Cupid and hia presidential target I
ara somewhat overworked aa cartoon I
I theme, wa think, by tha newspaper I
artiata. , ...
The man who action tha principle
that tha work) ia hia .orange soon finds j
that ba b left with nothing but the
tlLIAA KscKENZIE, Pruidtal
X H. PRiCf. Vka Prokkat
E. M. SMITH, Csthier
C L BLOMGREN. Asfistaat Cuhan-
iii'j mmN Dim di mm
If you are figuring on
a FARM LOAN now
or later, come in and
talk it over with us.
I will appreciate a call when
you visit Athena. ,
L S. VINCENT
Hawk's Drug Store
ATHENA .-. OREGON
trusts taaiigirfttti umJ roi'VrhrtMai olKaUikr or na
J tor SEARCH al rvporl
i yam onw trm kaaokatM iwi hv. wu to
t ana mr rw mmmtj. wrtti oaavy.
J SrvrnSk St, Wahinjtoa, D. C. f
aATf NT LAWVtaa,
CIGARS . TOBACCO
t Have Just Added
a Stock of
nornn i. watts
Prtleea la all State and Federal
ATMENA, OREOON ; ' .
CLARK WOOD, Pabll.h.r
Sirirth in AnrKt
Tha Year ..... . . . ............... Ml
Six Mnnth 0 761
Fotir Mnntlis fl Kni
'What is Woman 'a Pest Age?" aakil
the Sunday Journal in big type. Mar-
riage, of course. . .
Singularly enough, Roumanis la not
responsible for tha Balkan war erase.
It's True Economy
TO TRADE AT
Wa bny for cash and sell for
cash" at small margins.
Crash and Linen Goods
. School Supplies
All Work Guaranteed
H. L. IIEDRICK, Proprietor
It's our aim and policy to have none but pleased
and satisfied patrons.
Expert Auto and Gas Engine Repairing.
Overhauling a Specialty.
PHONE NO. 233
THS DEFENSE PLAJf.
reriiH'h per month ....10 80
Per im'h. one tiisKrtion SO
locals, r hiu each insertion OA
So far aa tha purely theoretical as-1
pecta of the matter are concerned.
the Droblem of nstlonsl defense la I
nicely disposed of in tha administra
tion Dlan of army and navy tncreasea.
OCT. 22, 1913 1 wblch ia now given In outline after
several months of careful work and
Eatcrtd at the swataffics at Wttlea, Onjae, preparation.
as Mcead'Clau arail auttsr.
OSO T THE MAIDS.
Oregon has a few fewer state boards
and com missions than there are armed
men in Europe, but their number ia
formidable. There 'a a board for al
most every purpose except to repair T,. ".,'
your cnicKen nouse wnicn would oe
useful and consequently taboo. - This
Lproud young commonwealth haa mil-nomlc life.
The maximum of trained men for
the minimum of cost Is the keynote
of the plan as we read It. Thus the
dominant notes of public opinion to
day are carefully reflected prepared
ness and economy. Think of an ulti
mate array of 1.200.009 men for eve
less thsn It requires to maintain a
European force of that magnitude
Think of adding hundreds of thous
ands of young; men annually to our
forces without paying
handsome bill or Interfering veri
much with, our Industrial and eco
. ' TO
OCEAN LI NEK
THIS YEAR has held
more of interest, of
wonder, of beauty,
of pleasure, than
ever before possi-.
San Francisco bly ever again.
linna tar .t.t. ho.-. h..t -t At the outset we are to increase m
- ""t' !-,( .riaklUkmaitl Viw KA Anil ntmn
giving a total of 140,000 men In ths
DR. C H. SMITH,
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Brandt building'
NOW'S THE TIME
to pay your Weston Leader "sub"
for an Eaatern Oregon NortnaL
While comprehensive their number
m, of course, not altogether complete,
but atepa will doubtless ba taken to
remedy such deficiencies aa may occur.
There could be a board for regulating
and controlling the odor emanating
from Mephitis Americanus; another
for inspecting the unhygienic diaper:
another for investigating the value of
pulverized eoprolite as a fertilizer.
These suggeationa ara advisory and not
mandatory. Better ones would doubt
less occur to the ubiquitous state job
The life of these organizations is
just one report after ona another.
They exhaust themselves in exhausting
exhaustive reports, and then exhauat
the country newspapers by constant
bombardment through the mails. They
develop more reports than a battery
of German howitzers. The fact that
no country paper ever pubiishea these
reports and that no one else ever reads
one, cuts no more ice than an aimless
skeeter on the surface of a stagnant
If these expensive bodies are to be
retained and they seem to have per
manently attached themselves to the
public payroll then should the state
expend a little more money and relieve
the burdened mail of the newspapers.
A state publication should be issued
whenever expedient, to include every
official report, and mailed to every reg
istered voter. Thus would these divers
and sundry boards attain the publicity j
that, second to milking the common
wealth cow, ia their chief desideratum;
sud if they are really doing any good,
the reading taxpayer will know it.
Another and radical measure sug
gests itself, but will never be adopted.
This would ba to summarily abolish
every state board and commission and
first line. This will cost many mil
lions of dollars, for tha American sol
dier la tha highest paid soldier In
tha world. It coats us as much for
a lieutenant aa It doea Russia for a
lieutenant-general. A lowly . Ameri
can private geta aa much pay in one
for horses and cattle ia tha grasa that I
grows on meadow and bill. Tha next
best thing is sweet, clean, hay and
feed that comes from our mill. When
you need rolled grain of the right aort I
for keeping your livestock In fine fet
tle, look for our sie-n and the arood I
thines for for your dumb servants I
stored in our bins. Wa handle Steam
Rolled Barley, Oats and Wheat; Bated
Hay, Millstuffs and Chicken feed.
We're local acrenta for Peacock Flour
and Blatchford'elalf. Meal., I'hone281.
, PRIVILEGES ,
IP DESIRED '
month aa lhre Russian reaulara ra 1
celve for a year In the ranks. But I D. R. WOOD the Feed Alan
then no ona will quarrel seriously with I
the general staffs liberality with the
army, for more army Is ssdly needed
to perform national police work,; and
It la Impracticable t(i get men ' for
smaller pay rates than those now in
It Is when the administration turns
to the citizen soldiery that the big
savings are made. The patriotic of
ficers and men of tha national guard
can be added to the sum total of
available effectives by adding a few
dollars of extra expense in tha way
of federal support. Better still, a con
tinental army of hundreds of thous
ands can be recruited for a nominal
cost and kept In the finest fettle by
two months' training yearly. From
a humble starting nucleus of 131,000
men It la planned to Increase tha con
tinentals year by year for six years
until their total number la 800,000.
By this time tOO.OOD reserves will have
accumulated from the several
branches of the service and the whole
defensive army win present a front
of more than a million men ready to
assemble In a few houra for battle. .
in tha GOULD BUILDING
la now open for business under X
Fresh Meatv Lard and Fish
at moderate prices. ;
gW. Give ua a trial.
A. W. LUNDELL, Manager
San Francisco .
are now at their best.
The opportunity to
visit them is nearing'
its endgo now.
Make all arrangements with
S. S. NELSON, Agent, Weston
- R. BURNS, D. F. & P. A,
Railroad & Navigation Co.
Union Pacific System '
To Whom H May Concern.
In the Matter of the Accounts of
I. B. Jar man. ' 1
Notice Is hereby siren that I am the
assignee of the accounts and notes
formerly due and ewlnr to D. B. Jar
man of Weston, Oregon, and sams are
due and payable to me. I nave ap
pointed Mr. Gee, I Horseman of
Weston, Oregon, as my agent ts col
lect theae debts and ba is authorized
to receipt for ths same. Debtors are
respectfully requested to call on Mr.
Horseman and settle, their obligations
In this matter,
R. L. SAB IX.
; Welding Machine
With this new and suc
cessful device we are
prepared to mend your
R. Lieualien & Son, M. D.'s
DR. W. G. HUGHES
Office in tha Klam Building, Milton
noun, 0 to 12 and 1 to 5
;i:'V New, clean and well-A -
selected stock at
ii THE BRANDT STORE