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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 19, 1915)
THE GOLDEN RULE STORE
...13 TMU FRIEND OP .
The man who knows just how he gets every -dollar
and is anxious to make it go as far as possible, at
the same time getting only high-grade, new
merchandise, Naturally Turns To This Blr,
1 Busy Store. '" ' ' ; i -' I ' ' ' , "' '
Come in and see our stock of Rubber Foot
wear for men, women and children.
(for men and boys.) v
We still have the
in many pretty colors. We think we can fit
Let us try.
(Phone Main 241)
tfiUJAM MmKCNZIE. rVwieMt
A IL PRICe. Vk PratMtal
e. n. sunn, Cawer
E. L BLOMGREK. Aubtsat Cuftirr
S Farmers Bank of I efe
If you are figuring on
a FARM LOAN now
or later, come in and
talk it over with us.
1 will appreciate call when
you visit Athena.
I L S. VINCENT
Hawk's Drug Store
ATHENA - - OREGON
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CIGARS . TOBACCO
Have Just Added
a Stock of
CLARK WOOD. P.UUhr
SUBSCRIPTION RATES t
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Sis Months 0 76
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ADVERTISING RATES .
Per Inch per month.. to 60
Per inch, one insert inn .211
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MOV. 19. 1915
Calm, at Mm sestefflc al wulea. Ongea,
m funicUu atail Ml Ifr.
It'a ao bloom in' wet around here now
that one cannot visualise the promised
drought in January.
While this is great weather for
ducks, it isn't precisely dock soup that
local fancets are spouting in brownish
Colliers' suggests General Leonard
(Wood for president, and while our pol
itics ain't the same as his'n we like the
sound of his last name.
Having been mentioned twice- in one
issue of the Weakly Bulldogger, we
are moved to recognise that particular
number as one of unusual merit and
brilliancy J ' , '
Cartoonist Reynolds pictures one
worm in a million Uregon apples at
San Francisco which cost Oregon the
prize but is not so worse as a million
worms in one apple. . ..
Portland will likely be out of the
Coast league next season, and would
be offered herewith a berth in the East
End league were it not a bit remote
from this genuine center of basebsll
THE oeveny entertainers w one sa
the moafsuccesatvl ot the smaller
coaspaatea that have aa tared epoa
tyeeuoi work ta receat years. They
tag, read. play Baaadollu and sultars,
give maakal sketches n attractive
oretamee. and thus offer aa evealag
ot mol dalUhtful eatertalnatent.
The raltaraloguee areaeotad by VUs
Rna Bmlth. have beea aa mataataae-
The Bsaaloal a am hers hi iMteh
eoetuaiee have proved to he alue
aad attractive ftetare,
"A moat deltchtrul art ram" ta the
vermin of all who hear this cornea".
- (At High School Autitorium ftUS evening. November tt.)
eobolic beveragee should be regarded
and punished aa a crime by the national
government-since a so-called "per
sonal liberty" that makes for the de
gradation of the race is pernicious, in
tolerable. Slate-wide prohibition will
be only measurably 'successful while
the general government itself la virtu
ally partner in the liquor trade.
Senator Lane says that the kind of
armor plate saed on American battle
ships is obsolete and worthless. This
is discouraging but pertinent Informa
tion. We suggest that the officials and
contractors responsible for its use be
placed on floating platform encircled
with this plate and shot at with four-teen-inch
guns. Such an object lesson
would be interesting, and might prove
of infinite value. -
Prosperity ia coming, shout the
propheta, and will be due to big crops
and war orders. Conversely, financial
depression would have been ue to the
domnitkm demmycraU. ;
LOCAL DRUGGIST PLEASED
We are hlhly plraned with .. the
QUICK action of buckthorn bark. tOr
certne. etc, aa mlted la Adler-l-ka.
the apiMndlvllla preventative. ONK
SPOONFUL rellevea sour atomach,
as. and constipation AT ONCE. H
Ooodwln. drucclat. '
lfiderhlll or Oelili"sh Overalls
(Union Made) dollar bibb ever
all only W
Boys heavy blue bliih
Boys heavy Diue n
and Underbill all sis
Boys knlckerborker school pent; -..:.
49c, el, Me,
lien's worsted pants all sltea
,, We. II.HV M.a,e3.M
panla, eulf ht
ll.W and ttm
Men's Mack Inaws lit fancy plaMa
and checks, lust as well save a
couple of rioliRrs -
SJ.WM, M.Dti. I4.P0. 14.W
Boys' Maeklnawa In fancy
ta and Id values at ...M.fr
ri Ira values .
fleece en km suits,
t'.e, and He
Men's flannel HiirU In brown,
grey and blue at
We, U.it, ll.M
Heavy fleece shirts and drawers
Men's unions Mc, I1.4S, ll.M
Tsa Can Do
The Golden Rule
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J. C. rENNEY CO., INC. - fa Bwf Stmm)
..... i . , . ," ,-' in J.Li.' ...ii .i. uiy.
We wonder if Baron Shibusawa aaw
a buxs-aaw while seeing the sights of
SAFCTT OP THE NATIOX.
In a atirrinr adlresa to a private
nmrtr of aeweparer , men. J. mri
BUckton. author and producer of the
areat preparednew film, -roe uauie
Cry of Peace." said that the final sal
vation ot the country would be up to
the country newspaper. "If the rural
newspaper the country weekly snd
the small town dUr--et behind the
oreoaredneea movement and demand
action by conareas." Blackton saia,
"then we will see sn appropriation
during this session that will be a good
tarter. Of course, to get anywhere.
we will need a serfee. of approprla
tlons prorram for, navy and army
which, spread over a period or years.
will lve ua eventuany what protec
tion we need. But if the small town
newspaper refuara to call for prepar
edness and prefers 'pork' Instead, the
movement will fall. The protection
of America la In the hands of the
Mr. Blackton'e speech for prepar
edness followed the viewing by news
paper men of the film, "The Battle
Crv of Peace." In which the author
shows how helpleea the United States
would be In case of attack by a for
eign foe. New Tork streets are bom
barded, homes are attacked, women
and children terrlflrd ; and fathers
taken out, lined up sgalnst a wall and
shot The handful tf American sol
diers are a Joke to the Invaders and
enemy ships stand off our shores, out
of range of our guns, and batter to
pieces our coast defenses.
'These possibilities are not witnoot
the basis ot fact." said Mr. Blackton.
his address. "Instead of being a
sleeping giant, we are a helpless babe.
The dream of universal peace, has been
shattered by the European nations
and wilt again be shattered. Ws have
learned that nations will break sol
emn treaties wnen tney mm u iu
their advantage to So so. The world
but little different from what It was
thousand years ago. But we. In, tne
democracy of the United mates, are
full partners. The responsibility of
government and the salvation of the
nation Is on every citizen. Every citi
zen should be sbla to transfer himself
into a soldier for the defense of his
country. This is not imperialistic; it
the very essence of a oemocracy
that would live." ,. ,
Congressman Hobson tells the E. O.
that "Bryan will be behind Wilson
when the time comes" the Peerless
One having had considerable experience
in being behind somebody when be
used to run for president.
DR. C H. -SMITH
Physician and Surgeon
Office In Brandt building
NO WS THE miE
to psy your Wtsstou Leader "sub"
When Assessor Strain includes the
corporations in his new roll, Umatilla
county's taxable wealth will be set at
nearly fifty millions which sum sounds
pretty big until we reflect that it would
hardly pay for one day's hostilities in
We commend the fight of Congress
man Hobson for national prohibition.
since it is the only kind of prohibition
that will hit the demon rum in a vital
spot and result in any great measure of
benefit to the American people. On
the sound democratic principle of the
greatest good of the greatest number,
the manufacture or importation of al-
VOTICK OP FILING
. FISAfc ACCOt:.T.
for horses and cattle Is the grass that
crows on meatlow ana nut. mt next
best thing is sweet, clesn, bsy and
feed that comes from 'our mill. When
vou need rolled gTam of the right sort
for keeping your livestock In fine fet
tle, look for our sign and the good
things for for your dumb servsnts
stored In our bins. We handle Steam
Rolled Rarlev, Oats snd Whest; Haled
Hay, Mlllstiiffs and Chicken Peed.
We're local agenta for Pewek Hour
and Blatchford sCalf Meal, PhotteZftl.
D. R. WOOD the Feed Man
K EM M E R E R
It's True Economy
TO TRADE AT
Tie km S i or b
We bny for cssh and ' sell
, cash at small margins.
Crash and Linen Goods
PHONE NO. 233
: in Uw GOULD BUILDING
Is now open for business under
; new management. .
Fresh Meats, Lard and Fish
r. at moderate prices.; : -,: ' f
Give us trial. 'r
A. W LUNDELL, Manager J.
' ' sir
fill Work Guaranteed
H. 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.
TsclCH rSiltviIira lib Erlia
fTHE great impending fact about the
two world famous CALIFORNIA
EXPOSITIONS is that the opportunity
to visit and enjoy them will soon be gone
READ1 THAT AOAIN-IP YOCT IIAVB
Don't say "1 cno't go." You can go it you
you realise what the trip means.
NOT RKEN TUKM.
atil. You will go, if
In the Conntf-Conrt ot the State of
. , Oregon for rmatllla County. "
In the Matter of the testate of Eliza
beth Prlne (sometimes called Eliza
' Prlne),' Deceased, ;
Notice Is hereby clven that I, as ad
mlnlstrator of the above named estate
with the will annexed, have filed my
final account and report with the
clerk of the above entitled . court,
which court has fixed upon IX o'clock
in the forenoon on December I, 1116,
as the time, snd the County Court
room In the Court House of Umatilla
County. Oregon, la the City of Pen
dleton, In that county, as the place,
when and where any person having
any objection or exception . to anyr
thine In aald account and report con
tained or to anything- done by me as
administrator may present the same
and thev v.111 be heard; snd at that
time the court will finally settle said
Thla notice la published pursuant
to order of said County Court made In
the above matter on October Xlth,
J1S. ....... . ' :
E. O. DEMOSS,
With this new and suc
cessful , device we are
prepared to mend your
R, Ueuailen & Son, M. D.'s
(Metal Doctors.) ;
I give all my time to the fit-
ting snd grinding of glasses. I T
nsvs prRrticeo in renuieum aix.
years. All work guaranteed.
American Nst'I Bsnk Bid.
Pendleton - . Oregon i
Historically, geographically, educationally, from point of art, scl
ence or philosophythey are the greatest you will sec. Bet yoo
will have to zo right away if you set them.
f We will plsn the trip for you. fares, Informs
Z lion, expert travel service our pleasure. ASS OS.
I S, S. NELSON, Agent, Weston
R. BURNS, D. P. '& P. A., Walla Walla
UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM
The San Francisco Exposition closes Dec
we are offering the DELINEATOR, a monthly
. issue of the BUTTERICK PATTERNS to the
ladies of Weston at 75c a year. ' ' . '
: Call and Give Us Your Order
THE BRANDT STORE
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