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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1917)
for the coming of '"Jack tYostr lie never fails to appear, ami usually comes
when you are not prepared. Better Ret your winter supply and Rive him a warm
reception when he arrives. Our stock of winter merchandise is now complete and
prices sjvak for themselves.
oWoolnap" blanket. .
Indian robes (crib)
Indian robe (largct
Com foils .
Cotton bat In (V- H
Cotton batt (I lb.)
Cotton batt (3 lb.)
White uuling flannel....
Colonel outing flannel.,
thitinir eowni (ladies'). .
. to 2-t'!t
2.4'. tit ,:
1 to 7..VI
. I.;:. t x:s
. .is.1-. is
..(13 to 1.4'.
Outing gowns children '1. .. t? to .?J
Don't fail to sec
ClAKK HOOD. rblihf
The Year f 1 50
Sii Months 0 75
Four Months 0 50
ntlOAT, OCT. I
Entered at th pailollicc si Mtitos. Oin
si tMnoStlit sssil matter.
Whatever may lie (leniiaiiy's
troubles, she is spaml the pest of
an 1. W. W.
Having declared that Wootlrow
Wilson is the world's most power
full figure, Sam Blythe may never
have heard of Kernel -Boyd.
"Tliem that has gets" and in
lis particualr InstaMtx- thj
to get a few Liberty IJonds.
Weston has a young author w ho
is jusi eiueiBiim tiooi .7. ....... .
ie does not mong to ine senotH
of romanticism, and cleaves to fact
rather than to fiction, hut his con
tributions deserve the perusal of
those who Inlieve in community
lirogress. We refer to Mr. Andy
Harnett, and with considerable
prmc w prweni ctscwne.e n, m-
entry nuusU-rpu- Or.lmance No.
Zoi ami iruinance i. to..
A friend suggi-sts that we speak
of the Bulldogger as "that reptilian
sheet," hut our sjmrt. til. fears that
the' next time he went fishing he
would lie bitten by a revengeful
The Cteniians and Austrians have
demonstrated a sense of the fitness
of things by fighting each other at
The striking shipyard men have
set their unions alxivc the Union.
The news comes from acnss I he
line that Walla Walla is still a ver-
dant and credulous field for uridine
fctoek salesmen refrigerator
and oil stock having the lead just
now. Although admitting Wash
ington's leadership in other re.
spects, Oregon can iioint to its
"blue sky law" as one example of
legislative superiority. Mock sales-
men ore about as middling seldom
around here now as prk chois in
- ft ,-.tiv
At.ir i.-t Mi.-nri.-t mnrf-miti- hot-
ter sidewa,kson Main tfnrl have
at last develop into a concrete
In -war esMi-i'ally "nothing sue-
iik. and if he bad
cetils I.Ke suctex,. ami 11.1
captur.11 raris ine n-rii.a.i it..
would not now Ik- secretly fussing f
.i . Clrk M that liberty w,th,n lcn JaS f ,ld,tl H fmrny n hi. raoke of peace.
Oiamp -rk y t,,al '""y hereof. mi food tobacco I Mld to he mdty
Bonds are better than tax receipts Dted this 17th day of October, lacking In France. A little lew Im-
which is s straw indicating the 1917. ANDY T. BARN FT., proving ndvic and a fw m..re dea
Jircvtion of the conditional wind. Recorder of the City of Wesloti. rte. , ould ba .rrr-ctated hr samny.
If ill 1
Hoy' outing gown '.
Mm' outing gowns . : I.IW
Boy' pa jama. .
l.dic' 't jamas (olio piece! l '1"
Ladic' knit cap " ,:'
Children' knit raps ''
ChiMrvti' w eaten. . . to -V-is
LaJics' aw cater (very Ut.-t)
. . I ; to li.'.Mi
Boys' awvatow 'J to 2.W
Men' sweaters .t.W to 5.:)
Mcn'a mackinaw. 5.W to !.!
Hovs mackinaw 2.'.,-S to o.W
our line of Men's and
THE GOLDEN RULE
IF YOU ARE AN AMERICAN,
BUY A BOND
(L'matilla County Cumnnttwl
Your country is at war. Money
The government is iikin: the
people l I my its ImiimIs.
Ni iutriot ean refuse the ap al.
The fall is to rifh anl hm.i- alike.
A lond ne is no, ehan.y.
it is duty.
A Iwnd putchast? is not a dona
tion, it is good liusiness.
Every, man, every woman, who
ean raise even $50.00 should buy.
They are eatled Itlierty lunula lie
eusoinis war.s ,o igIlv ,
the world from ol.garchy, militar-
ism ami c;u-te.
Fw. ittn..r nf Iwind will iH.s-
. ... -i.. . . i:k.....
which will always W ava.Iable as
collateral security in emergency.
The entire wealth of the nation will
If you have no, the ready money
now, go to your hanker and he will
arrange to purchase the Imnd for
Umatilla county's apportionment
Time is iniimrl-
ant. Mom 5-.ii.nu
in(ivj,ua, ,nu,t .
o hjs a(iljty
Secure detai.s from your hanker.
Do not detay. Take your shan
I)o your bit. Your sacrifice is as
nothing compared with that of the
men at the front.
ISuy a bond today. Uuv it for
your country's sake. Huy it for
, , . "-..,;
the sake of the men on the fighting
lino, for the sake of the boys in the
training camps, for the sake of the
cause for which other Americans
are offering their lives.
If you are an American, buy J
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nelson are
miii-h neinirairiil tfwliiv bv marked
improvemnet in the condition of
their 1kv. Jim. who is still a pa-
ti. - nt at St. Anthony's h.-p.tal. fob
luwnc a serious accident anu oper
Notice of the Construction of
Nnti.v is lo-rebv triven that uur-
jrnant to ordinance duly passed by
the Common Council of the City of
Weston, Oregon, it is pro.iosod to
. ... ..II... .... Iu.tl.
rouiiruei mil. ni niiR wiiw -mi iiuui
of Main Street lM-twwn With-
ington Strer't and Uroad street, ami
.l .1. . ..t f vi.-... i.
W Str.-H and rniar
Street, the co.-t and expense of eon-
slructing t he same to be made a
charge on and to be paid for by the
lots and parts of Iota and parcels of
land fronting UMn said (Kirtion of
Main Street in pnuiortion to the
f Ttjvt. ,,)Ui aI,
. f .. . A NTSn ,uir.
t'r(.mstrato against said pro-
,H-d improvemeiil sliould file such
remittrauce with the unil.-rsigu.f
Men' flannel idiirl I. W to 2.1
Men' cotton union suit I to
Men' flewce union sinlii 't
Men' wool union mill 2.2.V3.2"
Men's silk anil wool union soils t."'
Boy' fleece union suns -.?.
Boys' wool niiK'ii suits I.IU-I.I'.'
I'lnUlivn's theee union suits.
iloHi . .ilMo.r.1
Children's wool union suits. ie
2 to It? w hile or grey .7? t l.l'.i
Ladic' fleece union suits .UM.I'J
l.ailies' wool union suits, high or
low neck. sliort or lone sleeve
2.24 to a. 25
Upland News Notes
MuKh Ikiwil left Tuexlay for
Minnville and later gm's t It'rt-
land, where he will join the Modi- plaoes in the I'ity of Weston of taid
oal Corps of the lrnitnl States proMil improvement.
Army. Whereas, A in-lition was lihil
Mr. and Mrs. t'eeil Hyatt of (Vil- with the Keonnler f .'' "f
fax. Wash,, are visiting relnlivcs Weston on the third day of (Vto
here for a few days. her, I'.IIT. praying thai the Common
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Itooher of Coimeil of the said City should or-
Ant..otw are visitinir at the home
of their parvnts, Mr. and
Thi little son of Mr. and Mrs.
liruoe Crawford is fast improving,
after a K-rious operation for apieti-
Dan Hopkins and wife of Helix
motored to the I'plands Sunday
..nj u.nt ll... iltii- with r.-lat ivii
ail" ? " ' "
. ( f
faputy )? wwk t.ni,
at ,j. j j.-. English home.
.t .i ti w i..:i.. r-.
to make ne.r nome
John N alden and lamiiy win
move NHin to Weston tortile winter.
(Iwen (Vmipton has retunnil home , )Uj,ijK and constructing a ce
from Walla Walla, where she has ,",., i.-walk on Main Stntt In
liecn for medical treatment. twn ti said imints, the exiiense of
Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Shenwell
f Walla Walla are visiting at tin
home of C. M. Schneider for a few
ICuliy liarklow ot .Mayten. i am..
is "10 guest 01 sir. ami ,nrs. 1..
1 ticket .
Inp hi llin. Hi- shotilii hnv ronld-
""I 'iiah com of ni mnt-rini.
trol f f-wxl in Knslnn') ban aotnpthlns
l tin. fnrt that Annrlcan flour
" "P-r thoro than In thl country.
An Inventor has dcrtH a achoma
f ' Pwkt knife t.,ij,.
, . --
euej,y ,o w"hnV weToBd it
Maybe the German regulation at.
lowing doable ration for ix week do so within ten days from the date
to newly married couple a fboniled of he posting of the same.
wunle!aCt ,h"f ,h're r'n ' n"lnJr ,UCh S, cti"n 3' '"a"""'1' ,,H- I'"
walk on that portion of Main Street
trVel on British hospital falp to pro-
tect them fron, Ornun auhtnarinp.
are either mlBhty trustful oul. or
i1 iiri. ,
Aprnrently tbe Orman people are
willing to tnnke thenwlTe a llvtnr
h M fr the Junker against tbe
I Zri.9 m f"
that the Brltiih uary violated her neu-
trality In attacklnr tbe Gertoan hlp.
Somebo. American ere not no cop-
cernc - d shout anH thlnm -
. Ma wvj umku
Toat B)JTti COOOeetlon between mi.
hone to the prowlc human race that
tnere , ,ot romaDCe UU(
After three year of gpiendid service
the American ambulance bai pawed
from French control. With American
toi.iir at th fr..ot In Frnre It 111
,,lc Amerlcao "mbulaoce hereafter
ln wrr of ,h' "r
Commend the Army T
Fh-iunt L. iHomgron. now mem
ber of Company K. Utilh V. S. Km
gineert, Camp lireono, llmi'lotte,
N. C, siHaks oommctidingly of Iho
work l' Hi Army V. M. C. A. in a
letter l I" M. Smith. He iys:
"Wluit little himiv time I hau
had I Imve Ihvii looking into t ho
V. M. C A., uml litul it mi fur en
tirely satisfactory. There is
branch lf every camp or rogi-
iiicnl, ami I hey Hie t Ineteil m
Vh a way tlml you may foi l your
ni.me eonlribntod i.'. being wry
toll spent. Kvety evening, I here
a nti ut t met ion of mime M.rl. Huh
week they hud two mghts of moving
pictures; one night an o-Mvretary
of the treasury kvo h-otmc.
and another night one of the lead
ing miiiiMer of New York t ity
guvo us a talk mi whatever they
ijiive i.- A No. I. Wo ate furnii-hod
reading material of all sort.-, ami
also Mippheil with .-Utionory. I
run safely uy that the Y. M. t. A.
is doing a great ileal in this eainp."
. The Weston bo.i ffl fortimiite in
lieing transferred to the Kugin.vrs
with the disruption of the Second
Malm reRiment. A little later on
they will lie ' ?it-- wi-eks of
Mu.ly in an enjjimvrinr s.h'l.
ORDINANCE NO. 252
I'roviiliiiK for the eotistruetioii
of eemetil Mili-walks on lith
cities of Main Street betWiill
Wusltinj;!"" St nil ami ltntl
Street, ami the south .Mle of
Mam Stru t from Hnnil Strut to
Arninr Street, in the City of i-
t.m. ami ilinvtinn the Keeonler to
twist notuv m thru- e nspieumia
der the eonslruotion ot eemvnl side.
walks on that portion of Mam
Street in said City hen innfter il-
Whereas. In tin1 opinion of said
City Midi sidewalks should lie eon-
strueteil on said portion of Main
r.vi as ,hu,.. .... .
The People of the ( ity of Weston
I .1 t
do Ordain as lot low:
, T,m, js nm.vurv
t inlpru. iin, it js herehy pro-
pow-d to improve that iart of Mam
.Si lift in the Cit.v of Weston do-
Street, and the
. , , . j., ,
,... ... Armur Str.,-1
e..ntruction of said sidewalk to lie
iiaid for and to he made a charge
against the lots and prcels of lot.-,
fronting U)on (he sjiid Main Street
in proiortiin to the frontage of
the re.sMvtive lots and rcel.- of
land, in accordance with the Charter
and ordinances of the City of
Section 2. That the Kreordcr of
the City of Weston is hereby in
structed to pot notices of said pro
mised improvement and construc
tion of sidewalks in three conspicu-
oils place in sjiid Cily of Weston
for the ieriod of ten days, and also
to have published said notice in the
Weston Leader new.spaM-r, which is
.i ....l.l.v ; fii..
I'llll,..-! Il'lll ...I,-) 11!,. , n..,-.
(f W(.,)t( ,mw. ' W)vk f(,r th(. )Jt:.
rM f l"" ?'"' w,rZ l"
ronvain a provision inai any ier?in
who desires to file a remonstrance
against said improvement should
which it is proM.sel to build is now
"' a ,anc",18 MnV V'" c1""'l"t"n
ami there is a probability that ht-
" along in- sj.riH- m us
iivm hhiihuuii nu; i"u.
injured, and thereby the City of
Weston lie subjected to suits for
damages and put to heavy loss, it is
, -o-ssary for the K-ace, health and
-fty i W rityandthe inhabi-
tants thr.i-of that this ordinance
should take effect immediately, and
a ''crgency declared to exist
tl,i,i "r,"na,".',! to m f"r''
ffi-t from its passage by the
1 '..ttitm.ti Cmneil ml ntinrfit. 11I liv
.', ii-- 1-, . -v
Passed the Common Council this
15th day of October. 1917.
Approved by the Mayor this 15th
day of October, 1917.
' J. M. BANISTER. Mayor.
Attest: ANDY T. BARNLTT.
Church of the Brethren
Order of services for Sunday
fV - toN - r '.'1, :17:
W a. m. Sunday school.
II a. 111. Preaching.
2::i) p. m. MiKsion Study.
6:30 p. m. C. W. S.
7:30 p. m. Bible .Study, Life of
JOHN fcONEWrrZ, lder.
What Housewives Hive Long Looked For
i'Lsvo PUmr oik umJ. nnlhlnf
. irslly ssihlt In way lilt this,
h ilioussmlinf womsn at lilr)rlnf
vi ioni"n! Ihrlf MnUviywhlT
.l.yl "l;r Hupnlor-'-WhU'' "Kkh
Tiir" "H i Mot I. K and Molslut"
M ilrs llriisr llnail, Paairy and Ula
,.i.i" "Mrr Nniiy KUvof" "Uha
M oh.r Un,.l"-Mlll In 0 Ve"
I'l.lv, Nin.lfUvind" "Tk
I r , . I It" "Kv ty Back AIIW In IHfk
i i," "Loit(.LaUiig KlMkMI'-
OrU.r a Trial Sack TJf
Tir II nn.I iiuinl4Utwbatynudin1
v. r, will at one mioih your
i i i y l( vu at nol moiplMd. ion ,, ! n
L.. .. and know thai rUw rU-ur "'.VoVlTur
n,Jc. bot tuskci for itui tomtnuttiiy.
Also Weston .-. II. l miuI Wliolu Whct H-ur. tjraham, I ircl.
Kee.lml Hay. S, .d l.rain. St.k K.aM and Poultry SuppllM. We
do tu.itoni nullliiK. Your patrtuiHi:' "hntvtl W. l ItotiKINll.
Wc loan money on first class Oregon and
Washington farms at lowest rates. No red tape
and no delay. Write direct and save money.
Give full details in first letter.
We refer you to any benk lo Portland.
Overland Willys-lMit ;
UGHT FOUR, 5-p?i.3enger $ 860.00
BIG FOUR, 5-pasenger 1035.00
WILLYS KNICI1T, 7-passenger 1610.00
Thu Overland Liiflil t'au t la.
J "iikiW every touriiiK donmnd. Tt aatit'o in rf..rmiicv, in appsar
anvv, in comfort- uml at a prtc.- you ca.T afford to pay.
I? The Ovt rlan.1 Itig Kuur r the wurld'a powerful low -priced car.
It ih r.imUm. iit.ilty tliu inf ear which ye r after year for many year
J. ha rituhled Ovn li.ii.1 t.. lew.'. ,y u wide maTgin. all car of ucn com-
. furtalile iu,i'.
The VVillya-KuiK'hl -SK tvu-valvc Motor 1kl i-wry world' rord
.! for It tiKth f run. a.wcr produced, almome o f or, and lack of carbon
ileH.iit. It olltliintii ny ami all othtr tVt Utointill motor.
J. Kmir tliminandi. ..f mile iMiyoml the uaeful ll.V of any other typ th
.J Willy Knight Motor c jiitinu. to deliver at 1U1 lilghwt efficiency.
ll This t'n' WiliyK-Knii:hta are the ntot b.'aullful the factory ha
ever t.uitt. See tlifne earn and bo convinced.
;; Dr. S. L KENNARD
Preston-Shaffer Milling Co.
Athena. Oregon . Waitsburg, Wash.
Made of selected blucstem in one ol" the
best equipped mills in thu Northw.ebt.
Sold in Weston by
Weston Mercantile Company
WESTON MILLING GO.
liirht in WvUfhi ml big Mi laiwcr. II
- Weston Agent ;j
P. T. Harbour