The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946, December 31, 1915, Image 3

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    KNk af IO-ltfltaW McrtiNC.
Ths annual maetlnf Of etockheld!
at The Farmer lu nil of Wealon wlti
be held at Hi office In ih fit f
to Mi i it, Count of tlmsillia. iiats o
Orenm. tn Krhlav. lha ?"ih da of
J...r. till, ft! 1:11 a'clM-H In ih
flrvoM, tor Ih election of ..-rtor
far lb neulna; year, and frtr lha Irena.
kctlua of auto the builnM u may
pmti tain bror th nwettnt. -
VU)0, Oi-, IWmlr 11. IBIl.
( K, at. PM mi, .asnir.
LOCAL DRUGGIST PLEASED
W are hlahlr Um4 with Ik
tlJ'K action of burklhnra bark, at.
e.rUia, air., mia.d la Adler-l-ks,
lha SepeaillrttlS preventative.' ON It
KPOONrVL. rellevee amir einmsrh
fas. an ennetlpatln AT ONCB. 11
Ooedwla. druirtst.
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ear service la all aninu. flar
llverW an4 ld stank
Wt IJMHlUK blacksmith
-a'Jf Wa.
)lkt lull ionlU.
BREVITIES
R H. C'ouah la un from Pemtleion to
Mnd Nsw year'a Uajr alth Wiftoi
Yaaat
for aala
I Differed F.Semjjcrt
1' CraduaUafoC!! ...
1 KJtUJ'1 1
HOURS
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t.OO U It.OO A. at.
I KM to 1.00 P. M. '
39T BRANDT B 1.1X3., upstair
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at Weston Bakery
Cak am! Pantry.'
Fin Candle.
Goad Maala at All Hours, Sc.
Wa speclalto In Loitga
iid I'arty 8ura.
ZKTTM the BAKER
I'.s Ptslachman'e VomprrmrA
the best Utr bresd-msklitf. Ki
by Mestoa Uaaer. (Adv.)
Miss Norma Mmlth of Walla Walla
vUlted vltk bar irenu la Weston
liiilslniaa Ubjf aol ttumlsy
William MaeKemile, R. M. Hmltb
and lr, IT. II. Wmm were business
visitor yesterday at the Bounty eeai,
llaalr work nenly dona at ilia Wee
tun hua and baroca shop. Wheeler
hotel bu Idla. Nt manaiferaeiii
at equipment. I'ImmmM. II. Kaum.
Kir of unknown orlvtn waa dlanor
arad atalMMit aavan o'clock thla mum
Inr In tha atmnaalum drlnf woni
lailiaelir hall tmlliltnr. Tha ll
aM aallj aubduad and did but llula
ilmfa.
Wlih tha nlolnr of hU bouaa. G.
TVOraw hi flnUlicd tha Inatallalluo
of hta nwlitonllal vaiarvorka Hm.
Ha will bava an ampia auiinjr lor
Ur wnn Irrigation aa wall aa
bo um hold uaa.
Tha Hwkon Aaio wmlnr out In
Jniirr w ha 7 b. p. and I want
ona. Yoa taa buy roy ear for 4.V off
nr lirtirr ami aha baa run imainaa
7m ntllaa lib hardly mar. r. U.
Watia. (Adv.)
Wa ara flutailnr no eoofl'Wmoa In
innmiiv In thai winter la hara. Bar
aral Inch of anow rorara tba around
and W'adfMwIar nlyht tha irovarn
nrnt thrrmonirtar rajflatarad ona-half
drxrta baluv aaro.
Rav. A. A. Helm, a rallrad Unltwl
nraihran nilnlnar vail known In Waa
ioa. whara ha wod to alM In rrl-
al. dlrd Wadnrvlay at hla homa nrar
Wa a Walla. Itar, W. M. I'aina
wrnt to Walla Walla thla mornlnif to
aonduet tha funaral aarviera
JonaaL-York, who want to North
Carolina on a tlt thla wlotar. vrltao
that If I alll aml him tha priea of
ilckatha will brlnir hla aTandmotber
horn with him. Thla la ona way of
muirriinr a vlnrinia fin imo ur
Tha eaaa i uamr eooaiuerau.
(Hltrnad) J. N. Y.
Athona lllrh and Woalon Olirh will
miM aaln ihlaavanlnv in baltla roral
In tha local lwkat hall Mun at
loo oira hnua. Thla will bo tha fin
achlulrd(ramlnih Km Knddlrla
; tm of ilia tmalllta ( nuniy laairua. Aa
Ihaoa taaina ara rll matrhrd, a faat
1 and prauy oontrat la looked for.
1 Flnra aralhaiint up hla ratlrd
pcMthotra aflr tha rarant tampMtu
'oua blow. Johnny Dupula flnda tha'
iha baa mora than ha can utlllao anil
) nffra to aichanaa aonta of tham fu
knlw and walrhaa. Ha aaaru thai
! lhay aro rarfvctly pood poatholfo, otl
i a trlfl fraraa around tba adcaa.
T)i baakat ball tnaaara of Wi
III raluravd Wadoaadair from Urmim-
lua lha lowra by ona point In aa aa
rAnty elu aad airlilnf aruia
lha alahl bafora with lUrmurtoa HI
Waalon 14 by a anwll marain all
throua-h lha aama anill tha laat faw
Miaaita of play, whtn Hannlaton put
ovar lha ana flald aoal aaadad l
brlna vlriory to tha Irrlgallon lawn,
Klrkpalrlrk. forward; UuBran. can
tr: t4indll aad MarKanata. ruarda
Manaar Klrhpalrh'b waa aapMlally
fortuaaio la locollnf lha baakat, aad
ta4 all but two of Wtaton'a flald
nala, lha U(tr baln arnrod by hla
illow fnrward. Wood. Tha boy ra
fwir rordlal Iraatmant and a. food
lima la IfarmMon,
Conflrmlnf laat fall' rapofia In lo
cal bawball rlrcloa, "Kuaty Pblck of
Alhana la Hated In McOadU'a pitch
Inp alaff for I tit. Woaioa batomaa
ara not cnmplalnln. aa thry will faol
ballar for no bavlnp thla brlrk-topp4
fuaaar la nca In lha forthcoming
a of tha Kaat rod laaa-ua. Ta
ba aura, lhay aould baai him now aad
Iban, but not wltb any oemfortlaa
t-raa of orrUlnty. Phlrb raally "broke
n a a mtmbor of tha Wwtna taam.
for which ba pltchad In UK aaalnat
rival rluba of tha filua Mountain
laa-ua. Roaro rawratl. ba Ora
fonua'a aportlnf adllnr, aava of Shirk
that ba to "a aecond Vaan Orf dla-
coyarad and nnaarthad In tba bram
blaa around Athana by Hobrt Cro-
nln."
Jamaa M. Kyla, mayor of fttanflrtd.
k a poaltlon on tha public aarvlca
eommualon, fnrmariy in raiiroan
commlaalon, aa lha mambar from Eaat
ara f)ron, and will ba up for tba re
publican nomination at tha prlmartea
in May. Mr. Kyla baa long been prom-:
Inent In hla neighborhood aa an Irrl
cation let and a community builder.
and la thought well of by th people
of th went end of 'thla county. If
nominated and elected ha promlero to
give my vary beat efforta ta lha ful
fillment of tha dutlea of fhla offlco
along llnea which will ba ta lha beat
Interval of lha dlatrlct and tha atate."
Krery piano aludent ahould under-
atand harmony In order to properly
analyze and Interpret snualral rompo-
Itlona, aa well aa ta eonatruct nar
monloua aorompanlmenta for aonga
and with aolo Inatrumenta. Ton caa
arquir thla kna wedge Ihej winter at
very low coat, aa I will teach har
mony la rlaaara of r.g or mora at Zc
per leaaon. Private on hour lea-
an, I to earn. A. w. uinaau, muu.
Ilach. '
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Protracted meet I no will begin next
Sunday at tha Methodist church and
continue thereafter until further no
lle. A cordial Invitation lo attend
tended all tha people of Weeton
and vicinity. Itev. C A. Rearoad.
well known here aa aa able pulpit ora
tor, haa conaented to help Paator
Wood In tha meeting, and la expert
ed to aniva next Monday. Mr. Rex
road U now stationed at Corvallla.
Mlaa Rial Ogllvy af Pilot flock
lha gueet af her Jetr, Mra. ttmft
Dudley.
William Albert vunled with hla aoae
at Pendleton during tn Chrlatmaa
tollday. .
Thoa oolnf me fi rUtad to
ran ana eouie ueror January I, JV10,
r.. r.. wnrn, IA0.J ,
Mr, and Mr. Harry Brown of Mil
toa, pal Chrlatma day wltb . Mr.
Hrowo'a parente at Wewtoa.
Harry Eaton, aaalatant In lha Waa
lon, bakery, waa called to Hpokana laat
week by lha death of bla Meter,
Mr. and Mra. J. U. Han later hava
gona lo Bpokane for a vlalt with Mra.
Pred mine, alater of Mra. Han later,
' Mr. and Mr. O. tVOraw ara anter-
talnlnx their young grandson, Ralpk
Lamoa of Walla Walla, during Holiday
week.
Mra. M. J. Maybe returned Tues
day from an attended vlalt with her
dauahtar. Mra. A. T. Turner, in
Orangevllla, Idaho. '
Tha Mlaaea Dorothy and Marjorla
Bulflnrb ara at boma for tba hellday
from aieploe, Wasb.. where they ara
teaching In lha ateptoe achoola.
Mr. and Mra. Jeas Qordoa war
Christ mas visitor at th horn af
Mr. Oorcon'a parents, having motor-
ad ovar from their Athena farm.
H. U Hedrlck baa added a Una of
ford automobile era ta hla atork
at lha Weston gnrara.' In order to b
prepared for handling tba Ford agen
cy here.
Iter, W. C. Oallaher, a pioneer
minister of tha Walla Walla valley.
died last weak at but boma near Vin
cent, Oregon. II waa mora than It
year of aga.
After th recent danca at tha opera
hnua a purs containing money waa
found lying on a chair. Tha owner
may recover aama by applying to J.
M. Ash worth and proving property.
Mlaa Odessa. Klrkpatrlck la back at
her desk In tha local talspbon ex
change, having relumed Tuesday
from a Christmas vhilt with her sis
tsr. Mra. W. R. Affleck, at Oroflno,
Idaho.
The Bagea of Use Curbstone.
M;;y tl h i.?w war bring you'd" full measure' of health
wit' bsiWrttnd all the prosperity you can stand. Our
ear's resolution is to give our friends better service
aft . 1 a 1
whfwvor Dosible. the most value for their money, and
merchandise of known quality. We are exclusive Walla
Walla nptnts for the following, and other, quality lines
Monrth Malleable Ranges
Clube Wcrnicke Book Cases
An erkan Beds and Springs
ihttrrrocr Mattresses
Ppe-Gosser China
Wurld Brand Siluer
White Sewing Machines
McDougall Kitchen Cabinets
Way Sagless Springs
Sturgls Folding Co Carts
Llbbcy Cut Glass (World's But)
Royal Rochester Wart
a l as s am a as. .a
ncntKies iwm wtna cuiiery
Nto. Hzelton and Haines Bros. Pianos and Players
Cdison,,amond DJjc nd VJtlor kiT0g phonographs
'V ' ill! ft l.
i jos. who Linoicum, etc.
TIIE MUIS-EIflSER GO
Fnffnlaner of
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Magnificent hotels cater to your every
vantand you eat, drink, sleep, play and
live out-of-doors. What better way to
gain true rest and health? .
To enjoy every minute of your California visit, aak the
Oreson-Washington Rallrcad & Natation Co.
UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM
JJLl&xkad. for literature and information.
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According to tha Milton Eagle near-
l 100 namea bar already bean placed
on th ramonstranao addressed to
th county court on th building of a
road up Coua creek and arroae th
mountain to meet th road from El
gin, and th circulator aa they hae
met wltb but few refusals among all
they hava asked to alitn. .
Two more registered Hereford bull
hava Just been added to their herds
by Weston cattlemen. Tha animals.
which ara coming yearling, wrel
bought at Pendleton by J. P. Usual
len and P. A. McBrlda, and ara said
to hava coat more than IIS rath.
They were raised by Ellas Bailey, a
prominent Iowa breeder.
After a week'a vlalt with her par-
enta In Athena, Mlaa Cecil Boyd
leaves January 1st for New Tork City
to take further professional work aa
playground Instructor, and will be ab
sent eighteen months. .With thla ad
d It tonal training In view. Miss Boyd
realgned bar poaltlon to the Pendle
ton achoola.
Mora than a million votea were cast
In tha Milton Eagte'a big circulation
contest, tha grand prise being
handsome mahogany piano. Inciden
tally. Brother Shangie muat have
raked a a modicum of equally hand
some shekel : At last , reports Mltss
Helen Broxaon led with Slf.fltO votea.
Now and then the lot of the rural
mall carrier I not all thorn and this
tles, Herbert Baker having been re
membered by Mr. and Mrs. W, L
Smock for Christmas with an obese
and succulent chicken. In behalf of
himself and Uncle Bam he dealrea tc
express bla boundless gratitude.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Rosco
King wsa tba scene of enjoyable fes
tivity Christmas . day, and a bountiful
dinner waa served to thirty people.
Tha guests Included Mrs. H. N. Greer,
tha Henry Waddlnghama, the 3. A.
Kings, Mra. Letha King and children
and Arthur Rosa and family.
Th management of Weston opera
house haa announced a grand ball for
New Tear's night, with muslo by
Keen's orchestra. Their Chrlatma
maaquerade waa well attended and
highly enjoyable, and not a tew at
tractive coatumea were aeen on ; th
floor. ,, v . ,. i "...
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Dr. J. O. Turner of Low A Turner,
eye apeciallata of Portland, will be In
Weeton again Monday, January 10.
and in Athena Tuesday, January II.
Hadachea relieved; cross eyea
straightened. No charge for consul
tation or examination. (Adv.)
Rev. Dr. Geo. B. Van Walters -of
Portland, will hold services next Sun
day In the Episcopal church at the
usual hours, and all ar Invited to at
tend. Dr. Van Walters will arrive In
Weston today, and exnecta also to
visit Milton and Freewater.
Monroe Turner waa In town during
the week from Spokane, where Mr. H.
B. Turner and hla aona have lately
taken up their residence. It la report
ed that they contemplate locating In
Montana to engage In farming.
Mr. and Mra. R. O. Baling were en
tertained by the P. H. longa at Athe
na on Chrlstmaa day. They took part
In tha singing during the Christmas
tree exercises at the Christian church
In that city.
Ed. Tucker and family were here
for the holidays from Eigman station
near Walla Walla, where they have
been spending the winter. Mr. Tucker
Is feeding hi stock hi that locality.
As I expect to close my second-hand
store at Weston within two weeks
nd move the stock alses-here. Intend
ing purchasers would do well to call
at once. K. E, Zehm. (Adv.)
Joe, Susan and Esther Narkaua, stu-
enta of Pendleton Hlgh'achool, are
at home for the holidays. '
(By Bern Lampman.)
The sage of tha "curbstone can read
hla record down, from the gray and
gloomy morning when be hoofed It
Into town hoofed It Into our fair city
on hla uppers, busted flat, with patches
on bis breeches, and a much bedented
.hat; and. without a deal of urging,
you may get them to recall, bow he
got his start In Bungtowa spllttln'
wood for Deacon Small; how he herd
ed rows for Bllklns, bow be rhored
at th stable but th reminiscent
sages will confess that they're not able
to Inform the questing stranger bow
be finally essayed to pile up a tier of
"rhino," and enjoy It In the shade.
No talent graced hla efforta, th an
cient onea will say; but th tact la.
while they gossiped ha went out and
mowed the bay; while they dallied on
the corner, cussing at tba lack of
work, ba went forth to seek employ
ment and waa never known to shirk.
The sages of the curbstone oft be-
moaa their lack of Jack, aad they can
not see that fortune Is the net result
of pluck; they fail to grasp the mean'
Ing of the wherefore and the why, and
wonder at the lucklneaa of those who
only try; so they gather In convention,
and often they discus th fickle
chance of fortune and the "lucky,
lucky cuss." Thus they tell the tale
In buna-town and never cease to woo
der at the. ease with which bis ven
tures acquired a load of plunder for
the sages of tha curbstone, son. ;
much like me and' you, tbey lack the
Inner vision that la given to the few
they are not exactly suited to indus
trial pursuits, but prefer to sage In
Bungtnwn and kirk their dusty boots
as a winning occupation thla employ
ment ta a joke, but the aagea of the
curbstone are content to ' alt aad
smoke. And the topic that allures
them, that most affords tbem bliss.
"how the deuce he made It In a little
town like thla!" '
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It's to be a good year, friends, for all of us.
:"Wefeelitin our bones." And we wish. you all
health, wealth and happiness, for your prosperity is
' ours also. With entire confidence we'll write it
ODD BITS Or XEW'bV
Vare and Death,
la Holland ami Flanders, acronttng
to the Mam-beater (Suarttlan, Tpiv b
connected In the mind of to people
with the Idea of death If Dutchman
or a Fleming wtsbee to dfscrtl a par
Urutarly luirahrlous fieraon ba will aa.
-IIU (let er ult ate 4a dood van Tpar
on" l-Ds looks Ilka tba death of
YpreeT). Tilts xprrastoa bse been pro
verblal since Vprea waa ravaged by the
plague In 1340, the dealt of Yprea"
a rlvld exiiressloo like our "black
death." But It a also take literally
for Yprea ta In sober truth due of the
dead cities of Flanders, It la morvdend
than "Bragea la morta." which owe
Its reputation In thla respect mora to
George Rodrobarb'a novel and tba rev
cries of other artlM than ta actual
fart "Yprea a lee pa and Hrngea alum
hers." says a Dutch writer of travel
pt.turea, ; - ., '?
MfeUng Matobea. -Th
manufactura .of matches ta a
eotnpllcated and elaborate process, ta
which ara umk! a wicceauloa of Ingenl
oua machines aad device which most
work at all time wltb the utmost pre
cixloD and delicacy, it ta now possible
to turn out from a atngl dipping ma
chine about OUM.U0O square tnntcbea aa
hour. A green log ta made Into matcb
a and packed fur shipments IB taaa
than two boors, i
' Johnnla'a Eseusa,
"Why doot yon .any Thank yon.
Johnnie, when yon are banded any
thlngr snld slra Itrown at tba tnbla
"Yotjr sister alwaya says It"
"Yea," replied lima 4 ononis -anea
vroraan and alwaya wants to bar
the last word." Exchange
An Optimist.
"1 am going to buy raven, a gen
tleman informed hla neighbor.
"Really r rejoined tba latter. "What
forr
"I want to see If these birds really
do live 300 yeara, aa people aayT
Westminster Gazette,
Msan Trieh.'
"Geor?. father haa failed."
"Tba fa just like blmt I told yon aH
along, dflrllne, that be waa going to do
all be could to keep oa from betoa
marrtedr Exchange.
ftorlnafleld. I1L Mrs. Isabella Ar
nold, who weighed 400 pound, died
recently. It waa necessary to bold the
funeral oa the porch aa the coffin
waa too large to paas through the
doorway. Ten pallbearers were re
quired. Morgantowa, W. Va. Twenty years
ago Lewi M. Runner left bom for
Washington to patent a device. He
bad never been heard from alneo un
til recently, when ba returned borne.
Hla wife, who bad alwaya said be
would come back, welcomed him wltb
open arms.
Cottage Grove, Or. Bert Nokee
set a hen and then decided to move to
Spokane, 100 miles distant He ship
ped biddy, her nest aad all. by express
and II of the it -gga hatched.
Kulo. Neb. Teara ago Artnnr Mr
tie, fisherman, located hla but on
a amall sand bar lying near the Mis
souri shore. Dirt washed onto the bar
aad now It hi the six of two sections
Lytte turned farmer and has made a
small fortune. Neither Missouri tor
Nebraska demand taxes of him, but he
cannot vote as hla holdings are cm
garded aa under the Juriadlctlon of the
national government He has resid
ed on th land St years.
Wichita; Kan. Whenever Mra. Lou
E. Fisher tries to telephone, her right
arm and aide become numb aad ahe
becomes unconscious. Her affliction
Is a Case of nerves. Several years ago
she received a shock while telephon
ing. Blddeford. Me. James Sargent has
the original human calf. It haa hu
man skin, covered with- human hair.
A luxuriant beard hangs from Its chin
Whfn ft attempts to bellow. It emits
sounds resembling a child crying
Otherwise it la a normal calf.
New Manchester. Ind. For 9 day
a hog belonging to C. O. Hudglesoa
lived off th fat of its own body. The
bog got Into a huge suck of straw
and couldn't get out It weighed ISO
pounds, but when found bad shrunk
to lea than 100 and waa still alive.
(MJ THIS ralher snappy
New Year it's a good
time to resolve to fill your
coal bins. We have plenty
of Spring Canyon and Kem
merer coal. Weston Brickycrd.
Grand New Year's Ball tomorrow
nljflit at Weston opera bouse. ; All are
invited.- .-, t , ." '" - ' ;
II Weston Bafeii
I . and Tailor Shop
I A clean place, morally,
ana sanitary.
Expert Barbering
" NEAT BATH ROOM
Z tW We clean, alter, press and T
X .Car And don't forget "Little f
J Jimmie." Shoes shined for J
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A Jew Year Resolution
I Dale Rothwellf
Optical Specialist
I give all my time to the fit
elncr arwt onpitvlintf nf 01srium.
have practiced in Pendleton aU X
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j cm. au worn guuwiheai.
American Nat'l Bank Bid.
(Upstairs)
t Pendleton Oregon 1
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"Resolved, That my home will
be made more cheerful this com
ing year than it was in the past; ,
because I will visit the DeMoss
Furniture Store and purchasa
some article that will make the
New Year truly a happy one."
Let not this be neglected, but
come at once. We are ready.
W, Q. TO)
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The Leader Prints Butter Vrcp
Chaa. H. Carter Dan P. Smjthe
Carter & Smythe
LAWYERS
PENDLETON - OREGON
Home Merchant Prices
25 pound pail stock food 12.25
12 pound pkfc-. stock food 1.00
7 pound pkff. stock food. 65
2 pound pkg. stock food .25
Comparison of dosage two .
tablespoonfula twice daily.
WE COaXMTEE TSXSZ 600ES
Mail Order and Ped-
dlers' Prices " ' .
25 pound pall stock food...:. .(3.54
7 pound pkg. stock food ...... 1.09
334 pound lkg. stock food ... .10
l,1,' pound pkg. stock food . .C5
Two tableapoonfuls three
.time daily. ,
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