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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1917)
What Housewives Hire Lonf Looked For
How about your supply of the above items? We have never lioen better
prepared to supply your needs in these items, and our prices are far below our
competitors'. Better make out a list of your needs in these lines and if you can
not come send us your mail order. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Children' flcc union uiU(wlutr
ur grey) in maet '2 to t&
, , .-tf.-.tW-.TS
Children' wool union tuitt (while
or grey) in wxea !! tu 16
Ladies flew union uitt, medium
or heavy weight ? t l.l!
Ladies' lUt-cc shirts and lrwin
(all sues! 9
Ladies' medium weight union suits
-short or Ionic alwrve, high or
low neck I.W
Latliea' wool union ituiiH. Inch or
low licet,, churl or Uin Ut e
l.lle Wool VCMS HIMl tll(!-
while or grey, all awes '
Inf mils' easliim-re hose .-
Infant' rotten hose '-' f
Misses' col Ion hw . l'-.i"
IjhIu' cotton hone. . I.'S-. l'X'S
Ladles' ttlrv silk hose '
ladie.-i' all silk hohe Lii
Ladies' fancy silk hose LI1'
to' cotton Ihwc
Hojt and gxtW wotl hose .;ti
Hoys' tUt-ce union uit.-. if I to
(om wool union iiulit, site I to
Mvu's lU-vre union miita I
Men' nhhed union miiI I.'..'.'.
Men's wool union suits J :T :I. J.'i
Men's hi I k mill wii'l union Mint h I.'.Ti
Mcu'. Ileeve i-hirts and ilrawer ..'''
Men's ril'lKtl shirts and drawers. .,":
Men's wind slnrts and di4i-r
Men's wool o. I'.'-.'.'t
Men's enshtnerv si. .'V.
Men's Kcrman sex
Don't fail to sec our line of Sta Shirts, Mackinaws and Sweaters
THE GOLDEN MULC J
CLARK a 000, r.Ui.lwr
.. t 75
. U 50
flUDaT. OCT. t
EnUrta at lh ttallltt at Wtttaa. Ortta
u iccaai-clui null matter.
HAIL TO THE BEAM
The U-nn crop hervnlioiit.s wi ves
to mniml us that some day the
Weston country will le nti.-injr
three or four times its iiuteh in footl
value -s it does at present. We
venture to .sty that in '2' years or
less it will be raising twiee ;ts iiarttiunt is
Therefor it is well lo have imr interest
i WESTON SCHOOLS J
Tin attendance in the jrtMdes is
still increasing, while the attend
ance in the high school is now tnotv
than half a hundred. Kvery de-
crowded, anil ittemw
is uwn in the work
a beginning, anu as sucn we win -
As to what is known as "profit- call the bean crop. Next year .
. , , , i i i . 1 1 i i . Th- pupils in the grade rmmis
eertng." nearly everybody s do- twuv as much land should he plant j,(.ai0,j HtHj jm,.,,- In-causing
it. ed to this justly celebrated legume. ,,f t.nj(lViIUj'thf music of the splcn-
The fanner may as well utilise the did Kdison phoiiograph. It is play-
his gallant troops
more than a mile
lines and captured all
a front of 16,000 yards.
f is driving again. HI1, its t lot it lie fallow, and if ml ei ty wo k in ea-h grade room. b (. xUvk, s..h.ist! who Mn
having advaiH-.-d he cannot handle it hi.ns.-lf he can Tin-'Hivtim of ni-ords conta.ns wi(h i,lM.a,itl; IiW.,mwi ull,
leinto the German it , Itils U,u g;n- J?J tJ St
red all obj.rttves on ,.rally thls .n. lie ap,ir,vjatl. . work ,(f ,,. tli(Tl., ,-ak THlj. II-
GIVES DELIGHTFUL RECITAL
Call Williams Presents Noteworthy
Proftam Mrs. Sallnf Assists.
('mil Miller Williams, eleven
yen old. gave a delightfully inter
esting dramatic recital Tuesday
evening in the auditorium of the
United Urcthrett church.
Program invitation. had Im-cii Is
Mini hi (old's pmenl., Ml. and
Mrs. .1. II. William.-, and in re-iim-
thento I he auditorium wit,
lilli-d with a plea.-ed and adenine
audniiceof :!,'itl aiie, while oth
ers -.(ihhI in the estihuh-. A large
AiiK'iiciui flag, entwining uie-. and
in luiiivmg la. k'l;- and a
pn.iiM"ii of M'tt-d plants were
i-iri-elivel U'il in deem m( mil.
The program served to demon
.slt.it.' the reinai k:ible m l.-.tlillt V of
the giftiil young render, wlm0is
iipially al liomr m ih, una. athos
and humor. Il- t'nM iipxiii-l in
khaki and gave thro- pat riot n- limn
Urs. Ili oM'bing mmd-r, I'lie
Meaning "f Cur I lug, toui'lndan
iVNvially re: .pou.-.ive ehopl m Hie
heart:- of his audietu-e.
He changed to m.s exemug
die., for the remainder ( the pro.
gram. Of his dramatic offerings,
The K formation of t'allioH- afford
ed tin- strongest test of his his
In'onic xccrs and In- rcsoiidi-d
adnnral'ly. Theti was pcrhais a
greater thrill, howcier. to A South
ern K.'hv, w hich had a ti-n.-u- and
The U-adi-r's erilic herewith
Confesses preferelH-i- for (lail's
humorous rendition. His Sermon
Time and Pro and ton were divid
ed I. v amusing read as they were
with complete utiili-rstanding and
with a pleasing harmony of iullec
tion and gsture. t mil's buoyant
interpretation guc addul .est
to these diverting sehvtionu.
Other numlieni were Over Henr,
A Patriotic Wislt and Ma's Auto
Ride. The rivital closeil with nn
original H-m, Tlii- Little Town of
Weston, which met with much
(!atl was assisted in his rii-ital by
will thus Ik- tloing his fellow man. int eouiMsers. it,,. T;m..f It.--.. Pnrl.'is a tHmi.
1 the country and himself a good iiful wi, and wan renderwl
Man is never perfect, but Nature turn.Whcat farming inevitably , On Monday afternoon the high with the power of an artift-shar.
brand of Weston weather.
The most frightful of the llo
henzoUerns will be known to his
tory as "William the Liar."
Yeaski, boavitch, it looks as
though Romanoff and Korniloff will
never be on again.
school student body held their eltv- iK t-iHvial approval with The
larger the acreage held bv -tin Th(. f,,winjr ..Hi.-.-rs- were el.os, n Sainv accompaniments were plav-
wheat farmer the more profitably i,v written ballot: KoU-rt Hodg- ,.,) hrilliantly by Mrs. F. I). Watts,
he can produce his crop. Wheat son, president; .lames I.icuallcii, The program occupied ju;;t one
fanning is responsible for the fact vice president; lloiv lUvler. sci re- hour, and was unmarred by the
that Umatilla county hasn't grown tary-trenstirer. slightest trace of the tedium that
... . i ..- .. r, il " sometimes thrusts a lly into tin-re-
approctably m K.pulafnn for the w.,l.l,v ,.8tl ..im..ut.
ri 1. . .
tist thirty years, ine .-.M.ner un- ()f . ,,iKh i.,, hl.( a,.allly N!(.
Weston district can get into diver- jt waJ( niucli greater success than
(iail is a dramatic pupil of Ade
line M. Alvord of Portlaml.
sifieil production, the U tter il will
W,tn is beginning to "know I"' fr it land owners and its gen
beans." and will know them U tter -'' l'Pulation. W'esfon will In-a
would serve its own pocket
Nevertheless, mcmU-rs of the
U-tter ami thriftier town, and the
neighboring farmurs will find that
land prices have increased above
even the present high levels, as
antieiiateil; there was not enough
candy, in tact, to supply the de
mand. Next time the gills i-.ect
to carry a larger stock.
CONCRETE SIDEWALKS FOR
MAIN STREET ASSURED
German reichstag have a seaking their land's productive value will
part in the Germania tragedy. have practically doubled. As we
1 have said, diversified farming is a
Already this season Weston deal- certain development of the future
ers have checked out in the neigh- in this immediate section, in accord-
borhool of $150,0(10 for barley anee with the law of human prog-
alone, not to sneak of wheat mom-y. rcss. Tin- land owners have it m
Allied Navies Should
Take Offensive to End
By WINSTON SPENCER CHURCHILL.
British Minister ol Munitions
The ietitlon for the extensive
concrete sidi-walk impioveim-nl on
Main street was submitted to the
council Wedllesla.v evening and at
once granteil. Orilinauces were or
ilenl prepared by the recorder to
legally provide for tin- work, which
may U- rushed through this fall.
The signers are:
J. F. Snider, ! feet; (lark
This happy distribution of spondu- their power to stimulate anil hasten 'PHE great number of mscls at w.hmI. :i', f.vt; II. A. Hrnndt, ',7
vltf ..I I.a .l;u...u.,l .f flm aanit- t .,. 4...1: .......... 1... I - i..t:
lix ought to make Weston a pretty this development and thus contrib-
good market for Liln-rty Unnls.
If gold win paid four K-rcent
interest, LiU-rty Ronds would still
be a better investment, as they are
exempt from taxation.
ute to the sum
X the disposal of the allies, epe- f,rt ; Saling estate by . (J. Sating.
stinllv kiitno tVirt tifi-Atl.inn nt t lit t i. I. M C.lil. w'll f 1. 1
maiikiml x merica to 0UB jj, io ar,0 that . Williams, i f.vt ; Walts & Uog
it ought to be poiible for a wise and ,.rH ,v K. V. Rogers. I Id feet; F.
resolute naval policy to meet the ). Watts, ill! feet; Mrs. J. It. Du-
rt.-thAf Mn Pnnart claim both of the defensive and of ,,j oo feet; W. II. Could, 40
Deatn 01 wrs. Lnyan tho offcngiTe naval Khoo at tbe fct!l
KlizaU'th Anna Enyart, mother of game time. Even the few nroiM-rtv owner
Mrs. Henrietta Kcnnard of this city, We must have a vast blue water who for various reasons did not siirn
died Saturday, .x-ptemoer &y, at flect capable of engaging, with good the petition are not, it is said, op
Russia will just keep on having Olathe, Kansas, in her ninetieth prospects of victory, tbo full posing the improvement, which has
thejim jams until the demijohn of year. Her maiden name was Eliza- strength of the enemy, but after a clear field and is regarded gener
li,wrhich she mistakes for beth Anna porter- shu was born that has been provided for immense ally as another boast toward lifting
S V January 13, 1828, in Fayctteville, aUrPlusc8 not merely of old, but of Weston out of the village class,
freedom is empty. Ponn., and s-nt most of her child- most valuable vessels, remain, and The Main street bridge will U-
hood there. In 1811 she went with it is in the adaptation of these for decked with concrete instead of
Italy is entitled to all the assist- her parents by team to the th'-n Far and their emnlovment in flggrensive planking. The street committee
...... ! ur . ...i: -.4 f ..1 1,,... .. . .i -l iL . ' .....
ance the Allies can give in ocmon- west, seining .u wii'i""". '- action againi tne enemy inai mo was empowred to order the neees-
stratine that the Teutonic chain is tht,-v moved 10 Bureau '"ounty, escape from tho PRESENT DEAD- sary iron
L ,trlrr ,. it. Anuria,, link 1I,!no'3- tth're fal"' wah 'narr'',,, l" LOCK COULD HAVE BEEN ,
no stronger than ifa Austrian link. Jercmjah Clark Enyart prior to thf. F0USDi CAX SXILL BB FOUND.
civil war. When her husband was There is no need to jeopardize
There is said to be enough whis- called to the war she remained at hlue water supremacy nor the vital
kyM Chicago to last two years home with three little children, forces necefgary to sustain it.
ru; it,. i,uw,tat ,.t while he terveu tor tour years m
1 '....,.... I tvnnt'ci ovmv Attar fhi-
Kernel Ikyd and the Kuldoyger ed. war t,)C fan)j)y movcd to Kantas
' where three more children wer
' A plump grain of wheat would born. Of the six children, five are
Jr . Tiffanv -itini- "ow surviving. Mr. Enyart died in
not disgrace a Tiffany netting. After her children had all
IT 13 THE USE OF THE VAST
SURPLUS FLEETS ALONE THAT IS
It is only when we are able to de-
carry into execution a
greesive naval war
Dr. S. L. KEUIARD
Veterioaiy Surgeon i:
grown Mrs. Enyart came west with aainst the German that we shall
Hospital at corner of Main -t
and Broad streets.
While the collapse of Russia has her daughter. Mrs. Kennard, and n find his weakness and our strength:
onfy made the Allies fight the hard- V.H5 moved to Weston. She rrsid- tnat -e sna liberate our plen lid t Phone Main 253 J
that of Austria will iij-ll the '"' h-re lour years ana im-u r.-. urn- navj irom the encnantoj circle tne
,' ... 4.t !'., .. ed to her old home in Kanii. In atibmarine basIrawn around it and
doom of the Central lower... ,,.r childho.id :V joined the Pres- compel our enemi-s to absorb them-
" bvl'-rian Oiurrh. and i-lie continue! iT. ,0 murh in tbe uroeeni of
L;taking of a sujwrior raco, it until her death a fathful and con- their own defenses at to leare them
begins to look as though the tier- sislent member.
no leisure to compass our ruin.
mans will soon have to demonstrate
one in order to keep a few jumps
ahead of the hated Lthslatfiders.
lift us clean your
Weilon MilliDj Co.
hhJ wheat. Social dance at optra housu tomor
Ur. J. C. BADDtiLKY
Craiute Veterloarr SutpM
Phunc 32K5 - Athena, Oregon
I'Lavn ri.nnr pn nd. nothlnf
rla itally aatii-nta In wajri li thla,
Mi h ihouaamU ol woman aia Uatltylng
lo amoi( ihrli lornja tvarywhaie wrv
tUyi "Kar aiin'Mor '-"WhliaM "Rkh
Ta'ta" "Ha M tlta and Mulatura''
"MVr Hi-lit r Hit ail, Pastry and Ilia
i nlu" "Nwcm Nuur Klavot" "Ui
M .ihr, Ui'd" -"Ural In 0 Vaau"
-Ink. Waiiirt-fUvnitH" "Taate
I ,nt ..I li" "Kvrry (Utk Alika la Hit
,tuaHt" "Lonti-Lltn FwahnaM-
Otdr Trial Sack Tedaf
Tir l "d inuin o ua waat too don
ii -r, and wf lll al one tttuin TJ'
..,.. .,,.1 . know Iha! I-Ua Ktaw to '- ; " ' "
madt. Suit maktit fcr (alt community.
WESTON MILLING CO.
A lint Wt-t.li.li'.. lit l an-l Whole Wheat I l.mr, l.ialiani. titcal.
lee.l and Hay; Sttdt.rain. Mmk Kiaxl and Poultry .Suilit-. W
do t'UHtotu Millllng. Your alronaBC allrltvd. W. L. ItuSUlNH.
Kurniiilu tl aiul i'rintcd at the Loader oflice
Sixty (miiitmuin) $0 IK)
One humlivtl 1 20
Two hundred I 75
Kaeh additional hundred 0 15
THE UTMOST Dl CAR VALUE
MckIcI IX) TouriiiK Car
Model Si-I Totirinjr Cur. . .
Model 89-C Totiiintf Cur. . .
OverlaiuLs alimwt s;ll thcmHi'lvet. and Rivo abso
lute satirtfai'tuin wherever placed. Heat hill climb
ers on the road ttalny. Let nic convince yoti.
Dr. S. 1 HBMD . IVdll Jteil ;i
P. T. Harbour
Prcston-Shaffcr IMillinig Co.
Athena, Oregon , Wallsburg, Wash.
Made of selected bluestem in one of the
best equipped milJs in the Northwcat.
Sold in Weston by
Weston Mercantile Company