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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1916)
Dr. Alfred F.Sempcrt
Graduate: aid Keglntared
OFTICE HOUR ,
9:00 to ItM A. M.
1 00 U B OO P. M,
BRANDT IILDG., upstairs
We wilt ppraelate your
work and endeavor to give
, you satiafactkm.
. CLEANING. I'KK.HHING
:, Timor snop
THE SANITARY SHOP
I R. L. Reyhaud j
Cbaa. II. Carter
Dan P. Hmytbe
Carter & Smythe
PENDLrrON . OHKGON
V. M. tirwa & H. Dfohae
Peterson & Dishop
PenJIeton, Or. Freewater, Or.
DR. W. G. IIUGHES
Offkm In the Klem Hail.lliiif, Milton
Hoar, V to 12 ami 1 to i
Wanton Odd Krlloae report a royal
rKMl tlma at the dlerli-l convention Id
llui Hoc, where 241 bieihren of tha
three link vara aeasmhled when tha
riryree work began, la eompetltlon
alih IWIIeton, Prrawatar aon In
thtrtl auwMM.lv H'a. 11. Atxiamlor
of I'enillaum eleeied prwWlent.
M. L. Watia of Athena vlo preaiilrnt,
and tiro. ft. Hsmlern of freewaier
re-el.-otd awMtBry. Tim Weaum
NIkm ranalHnir promtMlf and neatly Id Kelloa-e e-ere l.lwl by their
11 you don't believe it read Watte.
five delegate. K. L. Hlomrreti, M. A.
Ilarnea. W. H. Uull, AIM Julmwrn
iikUiwIIoIkmid. tAlier were w. A.
llama, II. W. Itroa-n, John Mr I la,
Frank tlreer, ("ail Met'onnell, K. K,
Rlrki.aiilrk. John Knirlleh, W. I
Htma k, i. A. Klnif, It. II. King, J. M.
Aahwottll. II. I limine, i nan van
1 1 or. K H. Ilarrla, C'laio Duncan, U.
Nut enough fana assembled at any
one tlma for tha hasehall meeting laat
Monday evening; to permit of uc-e-
ful oraanliatlon, and tha matter wea
done at naar alum nest, tlor UJ ilia
Issuer umus. it. raivu, ni.
A. K. Ales'ander we ovar from VY.
la Walla Monday, colliding tha fog fur
a lw CWO-The-llmaeuuaeilliers.
1'II.H I lock want an smaleur bai
hall league llil aeewm eonslxlng of
IVmllaiun, Wmton, Athana ana tne
Manairrr MoG'iedl ha lutnrd ' 11 j-
ty" Hlilck, hla Athena uheiiom, i-ver
to tha Hukana Indiana fur left, wing
Lfa Motlrlilr, (oral transportation I fans will then meet at tha Klrkpalrlrk
RiaKnal. la atfaln ataailna; ill paara coaffrllonary at aovaa a'clock to alrrt
Umi. anal raiHiita tl to ba "In the pink la manager and put a taam In tha ftwld
of eonillilon." for tha UK aaaaoa. am ina arana
. ,, . . , aland aa rabullt laat yaar and tha
J. IL I lodlua la lam loir U Anarlr I . , . ,.AlKmm. ,nA .ha utik
thl ak for I'ortland, wh.ra lia will L ,.. lllltlM(. BO financial obata-
viait rviitivaa lur a iinio uoiur murn- . anil unuau
iny to waaton. . 0 ouamltr of aood baaaball
Al tiumhar nf U'nian Itolwk. malarial la available for tha team.
.1.. !. A 'ra. Ona or two aood alabatara only ara
day avrnlntr. Tha Wratun Ufgroa naaoao to rouno out a promi.in, r
t.m imt on tha work. irnnlaallon. and It la aapactad that
I. . i i .rfiii.i m win a.
vaion thalp twlrllti arma and fill thta
ivj aod auiaitaiuina' pruyrain wa gap.
HMtiay armnjr id ouaarvanoo ui
WESTON BAND HAS
OrpaiUtlH lUrU M Oafaf U( Kaft h
rtriall Asictt . Vizi'.U It Mittlaf.
Vaaa la to hava a mnalral
organlnatlon to ba know a aa tha VVa
Ion Cornrt Hand, and It brain aih a
paraonnol and proaparla that auaar
wall for II iKoa. At m rarrnl
martlng bald In tha lural library
rooma tha followlnv offUwra ware
- C'harlr Plnkarlon, prraldanl; Claud
Trlca, vlra praaidrnt; Koy Itaad, -
ratsry; R. 1. IMomirrn. traaaurar; A
W. Uindall, dlrarlor. i
alght, and tha lurt of namaa Inrludaa
Pick 100 -Healthy Men.
at 25 years -
And here they are 40 years later
by statistics i ;
drfrrrad until tomorrow aanln. Tha j ,om ry prm,ing malarial, rol
Two nloa aawlna: marhlnra. T
clivaii. from mi aarond-hand aiuek.
UmI Uua and aiirlnv at &0 etriila each,
whllo iliry laau E. K. hm.
William MarKanala waa aptailntad
liy tha enmity coui-t aa Waaton'a rrp.
iwntallra at lha m1lnif of rud
nil dulviratai In PandlaUMt uaat
Tha local llbrarr iNiard will act on
aimHtiailont lur tha uOU-m of librarian,
nt llirlr bualneaa lurctliiK Man-li lat.
K. O. Luraa. ilia Woaion rralty oi
ator, ha raturnetl from a trip U Hiiok
ana and Allwrta. Ha rloard a deal liy
which flva aecilmia. Inclmllna ilia
Itownalia of Di.nhart, 130 in I lea aaat of
falitary, and an additional 40.000 arre
undnr Itiaae, becama lha pnpany of a
t.'iW.lliXJ Waahlntrton corporation to In-
known a lha llealKelly land ami
Uve Huirk coiiiiany. K. J. Jleale of
tValla Malla and J. II. Kelly. I'urtlnnd
eaplta Hal , ara l ha lai Krai nwnara. Tha
land waa taken ovar from flua Denhan
of Seatila and Jiiltu HI Ina of Walla
Walla at a conlilerailon of ;0,uw lo
Applirallon will Ixi received by thalraah and 70,IWQ In aaataro Woman
aevretary, A Ilea Price.
M lludaon HU t ruarantrad by ilia Umatilla county around la wet way
Company " a fivh from the fao-down deep, and bumper rropa are
tun: waa run only aa milea.
loot ttetlinir lluibar-all for aluTi. P.
lowina la tha Inatrumratatlon by act'-
Cornel Leon Loadell, Karl Ruat,
Worth Watt, Herman Btaiaa, Kred
Oreer, llanrey Lundel.
C'larlneta Kraak Urahara, Mar In
Keen. A. Jamea.
flaxophonea Claud Trice, Karl Mac
Kenrle. Hoy Read, E. U lllomrn,
Alloa Marvin Adklna. Aady T. Bar.
nett. Earl tJeuallan. Leonard Illom-
tren, Bcott Kanbrter.
Tenorav-Alllaoa Wood. Robert
Trombone Vlrfll Ixindell, Ray
CTHarra. Lea Cralaen.
Rarllone Dr. Alfred T. BemperL
B-flnl haaa 4'harlea flnkertun.
K-flat tiaw U. U Hedrk-k. Jo
Drum a nk ftmlth. Carl Rrandt.
Fund ara being aubarrlbed by local
ell lima and bualneaa men to purchaae
the boar a and drum, which will ba
ton; to tha organlxatlon. ' The other
liMtrumeata will be bought by the
member personally. It la expected
that theae will aoon be at hand and
that regular rehearaala will begin
early In March. 1
All beginnera among tha member
111 take private ieeaona. The aaxo-
phone awctlon will go to Walla Walla
oa regular trip weekly for thla pur-
poae. Charlea Keen will teach the
clarinet. Profeaaor Lundell will teach
II the braa Inatromeaia and direct
36 will be dead -having patronized the Doctcr and DcMot's.
1 will be rich he rUes and drives a Hudson Auto. .
4 will be wealthy, having stock in the Weston Mercantile Co.
' 5 w ill be earning their daily bread-like honest hardware men and
54 will be taking hand-outs and will be subjects of benevolence by rela
tives and friends, like the most of us. . , . , .
hla hired hamte tried to move the
wagoa. A apaa of mulea waa uaed
and ml red down. Tha mora the mulea
A box analal will ba given at LiMar
auhutd lmue Kriday availing, March g,
Ilia riced to go toward fenoliia" tha
grouuila. Hay ilia uianagameni: a
ne pruvram 1 to la randcreil by the
from abroad. Ulrla, make your la- eruggie in oeeper oejr e.
kM nine In onler in brine- uood irlce. n of them had but Utile mora than
All are lnvlianl " A Hnti elilcken il n- "a nea aoore grounu. inj."""-
ne ata MMal at Ilia UUir aeliool 1 pnewnea in noura "'"
February tl la honor of WaahlngUn'a team could drag tnem oui or ina mua
I ..... '
l NirtlHlay. ,
promlaed for l(K. Hpeaklng of the
mutature. Billy Perauwin of Athena
telle tha Kan OrraonUn that when thai tha band In rehearaala
around waa frocen ha Dulled a watoni The member are all anthnalantlc
aeroaa hla barnyard and left it aland- !Bd willing to devote their tlma and , thank my lucky etaxe (If I have any)
Ing In on corner. Laat week on of 'energy lo in ana mat weaion may tor guining ma away rrom vtenon tor
If you must spend money for Hardware, Lumber and Implements, do
it with us and SAVE THE DIFFERENCE.
A fine stock of John Deere and Flying Dutchman plows.
Fairbanks, International and IL V. engines. "
Weber, Winona and John Deere wagons. ' .
Sixty-dollar sewing machines for $33.00 and others at $18. " ...
Come,' See and Believe. -
! watts & Rogers'
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Kanaaa Wnuhrr and roUtlra.
Robert Reynold write from Wleh
Ha, Kanaaa. under data of february
It, aa follow:
I received the Weston Leader to
day and after reading earn I hava to
Tha double headr banket ball yame
heduted for tonljfht between Walla
Walla Ulirli and Weaion lllvli ha
been railed off. Walla Walla having
leli'itboned that I bey couldn't pome.
Ijtai rrliiay evening tna neaion
bo-a eaally defeated Perndale High.
by tha acora of tl to It. All the home "feed" waa
eventually have ona of tha beet am-. the winter month. When Mr. J. it,
teur ban da in tha atate. Profeaaor O'Harra report that .11 Inchea of
Ixindel aava that among tha aeveral anow ha fallen there I cannot keep
band which he haa cram lied and dl- from wondering what the people of
rected he ha had none where aurh , Wichita would do ahould they encoun-
aa encouraging apliit waa dlaplayed , ter that much anow In on winter,
by tha memberahtp, , ' j People her aay that Wichita la hav
ing an exceedingly cold winter, out l
rind It rather mild, although lb Little
Arkanaae river haa been frozen over
to aa extent aufflclent lo nermlt of a
Tha people of Weaton Mountain r,v davi. .kailnr. Twelve derreea be-
wera privileged to enjoy a very pleaa- jow was the coldeat temperature reg-
ant concert and oyater aupper given Uttered.
Saturday evening at tha arhool houae "i am not much of a political pro
by the Ladlee Embroidery Club. Tha phet. but I am going to try to give
Weaton Mountain Entenaliunrnt.
all that could be deelred you eome idea aa to tha aentlment of
learn acorlng waa done by the for- J from a gaatronomle alandpolnt and tha the people her with regard to who
HOW ABOUT YOUR
Your sewing becomes a pleasure if you have an im-
proraj White Itotary Sewing Machine. It's so durable " ,,"y"1 'l etMrr " u,u,, ,,'-i 0mcr 0iMa R'p'1
z. i i- f ..... rti . . ... i .llindell end Mackenzie wer the Lanrdrle. Mia Mary Lanadal rave
fikiivi niidj'it; utiiiv ' ' viikuiiiijr nviu uuv vi ui uu, J1 Mguarda.
Anrta mav Yu Vint fit artv li'ma ifit Vinnt tmnlilw if ponttirarl I
Uiu A rwrfnrflv fiff! iiilAr! anrl hnlinrAri trinr it it L J. L. L . ' : a"",,fTl I original and miming number waa the lt By h, own motion. It la thought in
. PneCliy IUUHJ, aOJUSieU ana DaianCCa inaC 1C IS week at hi horn near Adama. Herhumlin dilope.- which brought j KanVaa that the final race will ba be-
wonoenuiiy easv-runmmr. quiet anu iree irom mat nerver"ra m "-" " down th houe with it inartmtio and tween wnaon and Rooeveit nd
racking vibration. Anyone can sow, tuck, hem, gather, Indian
shirr and darn on this wonderful machine. It runs one
fourth faster than any vibrating machine. We are anx
ioustohave you come and see for yourself make us
snow you these things are true.
' 1 Our pHcaa raprraont tha tdnrt aaluaa to be bad anywhere. You
rant ret a much value in any other make, though many ak mora. If
jwa rwy la yoo aacrllir at (eeet 2.oil for every dollar of tha differ-
ance In prion. We aroukt ha foolish to make audi elalma if we could not
prove them. Civ ua tha chance-tliat coat you im thing.
a regent of tha Eaatern Oregon Nor
mal. Ha ta aurvlved by hla widow.
one daughter and three eon. ,
Meadowbrook farm, a mile and a-
half below Weaton, waa tha haven
thl winter for a large number of
axe-.' . ei a...,. r tt j pi..i. j ... ma oiraa wnu-n nave naa a pieaaani
it". OO, AUlUITiaUC JUt UrVU IICUU OlVie. BIX Ura W-1 .,l ,,rfii.ll lnl.r aeaaon. deanlte
?pa ffour mrvre and two small, m rirh. oiiitrtprwl floldpn the heavy anow. Parmer jo odg
. . ' ' lann mil not tmA In nrl r1irf.iv.ni
platea for the quail and pheaaant
that mad hla ranch their winter
quarter. He la fond of aeelng the
game bird about, and hope that
Pin creek valley will eventually ba
aell atocked with them.
warda. Kirk patrtck ahot fourteen ' program waa diverting throughout
field goala. Wood negotiated ten field , Konira. duet and trio wer contHbut
goat and converted three foul. Dun- ed by W. L. May born. Tom McCarty,
Lenrdrle. Mur Mary Lanadal gave
a rtiltar aolo, and there wer Interest
ing "atunt ty John Unglu-h. A moat
prominent wmallila county pioneer-unm.Kuiioua rendltlona of euoh old
war veteran. For many fvnrll "Tanicee nondie" and
year h waa active in tha caua of,..Momei gw,,t Home." In thla pro-
proniitiuon. wnich na live to aee in-1 uctlon different Individuals
umphanl. Mr. Mtone aerved ona term transformed themselvea Into aeven
aa a member of tha Oregon leglalature diatinrt ,(ram whlsUea for tha calli-
hm Ihl. .nul. tint .i.l ... tlm.1 . ... . .
0n. ana reanonaea enen meir turn
Oak. Our price $37.50.
- Ri. t New Slt-Strat model, needle dlrertlv in front of oner-
atar, four lane diawera, automatie lift trop Head, quartered Coklen
No. 40, Tortable White Electric, the latest, a great
boon to those who sew constantly or are weak. A 7-
A party of Weaton mualc lover
went to Pendleton Monday evening In
Complete Furnisher of Hontea, Office, Churches, School
I0 W Aider St, - (Old FeUows Temple) - WALLA WALLA. WASH.
Kneed motor, rerrulated bvfeet trio, attached to head of "ZZSSZ. "-SL'SL '
machine. ITICO i50.U0. l'u preaenlatlon of "Robin Hood" by
in. wivqt.ii wpera rompany. iiiey
were Mr. and Mrs. a. R. Roblruon and
daughter Artoulne, Mr. and Mr. R.
lO. Baling. Mlaa Emma, Johnaon, Mia
Luclle Cogswell, Mlaa Maud Agar, Mr.
Clark Wood. All aay that they were
well repaid for the trip by a delight
ful evening of mualc.
Weakly Rulldogger: We hear that
Bruce Dennis, editor of the La Grand
Observer, proposed at th Lincoln ban.
quet In Portland that the old guard
which haa been running the republl
can party for ao long atep down and
out and make way for younger blood.
Well, hla name waa Dennla before he
made that apeech and, afterward, we
think it waa doubly ao.
Among the aprlng'a activities of
I Jake Narks ua, tha young mountain
atockman, will ba the rebuilding of a
Iaectlon of hla barn, twenty feat wide
and eighty feet long, which went down
during the big anow. J. P. Lleuallen,
another Weaton atockman, will have
I to renew hla cattle ahed.
O. W. Stagg haa purchased two new
automobiles a Bulck Six and a Ford.
Ha haa presented the Ford to hla
daughter, Mrs. J. H. Beamer, and her
husband, while the Stagga family will
"let "r Bulck" when the roada are
I ready for pleasant motoring.
Umatilla county Is tha heaviest bor
rower from the state's atx million dol
lar achool fund, having taken 1304,175
in loans to Its farmers. Marion county
haa borrowed $365. 82S, and Gilliam
J. L. Pauldwln, auctioneer. Stock,
farm and land sale In Washington,
Oregon or Idah Write for terms.
iuui main eirei, . leiepnune auva.
Walla Walla, Waah. (Adv.) .
County Clerk Prank Sallng, who will
ba a candidal for re-election, waa up
from Pendleton Monday for day'a
visit In tha old home town.,
After a prolonged period of duty as
a professional nurse, Mlsa Margaret
Proebstel Is at her home In Weston for
a vacation visit,
A daughter waa born Monday morn
ing to Mr. and Mr. 1L L. Hedrick at
their home on East Main street
At their home In Seattle recently, a
eon waa born to Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
, Every week is Pay Up Week
at the Leader shop. Don't
run behind run up and pay
the Editor man for your sub.
. Term Contract on City and Farm Property
CURRENT RATES ' NO COMMISSIONS
' ' NO BONUSES, or other expenses.
C3r" Just like (retting- It from a bank. Larjre or small amount. Loans
quickly closed. If you need money COME ANU SEE US.
IIATLO CII-LAATZ Investment Company
US East Court Street, Pendleton, Oregon.
LOANS :: REAL ESTATE :: INSURANCE
cam to the thumping of th gifted
organist. Profeaaor English. While
th semblance of a tune- could be
readily traced, the ". "tout ensemble"
waa rather more of humorous than
a musical euccess. The effort of each
human whistle to produce a certain
note each time In the face of un
bounded laughter and applause le said
to have been exceedingly ludicrous.
wRI ba choaen aa our next president
(I am disinterested, you know, aa he
will not be me.) It aeema to be the
general opinion here that Rooaevelt
will give them all a hard run that he
la tie beat available spoke In the re
publican wheel. With Hughea out of
Wilson Is far from being the Sun
"It may be of personal Interest to
our Weaton friends to add that my
mother health haa improved to some
extent alnce coming here."
- Toa Art bfltei.
The W. C. T. C. will hold a pubjle
social meeting at High School audi
torium next Tuesday evening-, Febru
ary 2. at 8 p. m. Lunch will he served
for 10 coins. Come and aee who will
have to nay for your lunch. Ail are
Invited. The program: -Instrumental
solo.... Mrs. F. D. Watt
W. C T. U. Work... (Ave minute talk
Vocal aolo. . ... . ;..Mr. Carl MeConnell j
Violin duet... Mrs. Luella Plnkerton
, ,.anU Mr. Charles Keen
Uendlnjr. James Kirk pat rick
Instrumental aolo... Genevieve Rojrers
Duet .....Mrs. R. f!. Sslinirand -
....'.Mis Lois Porter
Reading.......... Miss Gladys Banister
Son. Hilda and Marvel McKae
"Come, Smiling bprtnir" ,
. , , Weston Quartet
Reading Miss Kmma Johnson
Instrumental duet... Josie Lavender
, '. . and Ruby Price
Ne Excuse Whetevee.
' New York Man Are yon polng to he
at borne title evening? New York Girl
-Why should It I feel perfectly well
According te Rule.
"Did be tJIe a natural denthr --'
' "Yea, ao I understand. II waa run
aver In tbe street of New Yorfc"-l.lfe.
Watts & Rogers' biir ad. tells you
where you will be 40 years ahead, , (
K. M, Weeks haa taken a position
ilh Joe Hudk-son, at Meadowbrook
For Rent Foothill farm of 430 acres.
200 acres plow land. Inquire of Joa-
Mr. and Mrs. W. -A. Barnes have
moved into their new home on the
Motor car service to all points, day
or night. Also livery and feed atabV
opposite the Lleuallen blacksmith
shop, Lafe McBrlde,
Passensrers carried at train fare be
tween Weston and Pendleton. Leave
Goodwin's dm if store at 8 a. m. and I
p. m. daily, i'hone No. 64. Boyden's
Auto Stage.-.. (Adv.) .- ,-" : ,
Lost Either in or on the wav to
Hicrh school auditorium, a hand-iiaint-
ed brooch valued a a pi ft and keep
sake. Finder will please return to
Wans & Ropers' store and receive re
K. O. DeMoss has received news of
an accident to his brother, O. R. De
Moss, formerly of Weston, who had his
leg crushed while employed in con
struction work on the Orejron Short
Line. . Ha was taken to the company
hospital at Salt Lake.
Members of the Saturday Afternoon
Club were entertained last week by
Mrs. E. O. Rojrers. The program con
sisted of an Interesting paper on
Washington's administ ration by Mrs.
Wilbur Woods followed by a piano solo
by Mrs. Robert Proudflt, after which
refreshments were served.
Pork. Mutton, Veal
FISH Monday and Thursday
Get Our Prices
Phojie No. 63. Orders taken by
phone for rnnii routes.
Ten percent interest on all ac
counts after 30 iys.
Perry & Weber
for horses and cattle is the grass that
grows on meadow and hill. The next
lest thing is swevt, clean, hay and
feed that comes from our mill. When
you need rolled grain of the ripht sort
for keeping your livestock in fine fet-1
tie. look for our sign and the good ,
things for for your dumb servants,
stoivd in our bins. We hRndlo Steam j
Rolled Barlev. Oats and Wheat; Haled!
Hay, Mttlstu'ffs and Chicken Feed, j
We're local scents for Ptvrock Flour'
and Blatchfurd's Calf Meal. Phone 2S1.
D. R. WOOD ths Feed Man
f TOO HOT
SPRING CANYON COAL The coal that makes th while best.
A good aapply constanly on band.
LEHIGH PORTLAND CEMENT .alwaya ta atock..;
RED CEDAR FENCE POSTS from Puget Sound in any quantity.
They are well tarred, or we will sell you the tar to tar Jour
" old pOStS. . ..,.,' :-: i " ; ,
A-l RED FIR and TAMARACK WOOD from Kamela; 16-inch or
4-foot lengths. ........
A Brass Bed of Artistic
IT'S impossible to illustrate all the beauty of tWs bed all itg
refinement of design and elegant simplicity. We want you to
see it, whether you need a bed now or not. If its remarkably
low price does not induce you, We will not urge you to buy.
You will have to see it to realize just what an imposing effect it (
creates. . . , j
The Leader Prints Butter Wraps
is recommended by all the agricultural
colleges for the prevention of grain
smut It's cheaper than blue stone.
We can supply you. ASK US FOR
BOOKLET, a a V a . V a
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