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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1918)
CLARK WOOD, Pnbhihtr
FKIDAT, JAR. 25
Entered it lite poitolfice t Wttlon. rcjtott
I ftiand clast null mallei.
The Gorman lion has discovered
that it haA been lying duwn with
a Russian hedge hg.
Congress itself has not displayed
such marvelous cratfamanship as
to entitle it to tinker with the cab
inet. The trouble with the Kaiser's
ambitious scheme for running tin
world is that the world won't run.
I'erliaps the president is as well
able to judge as their critics of the
work of his department heads.
The fcolbheviki idea of discourag'
ing opposition is to kill off their
In football parlance, Wilson and
his cabinet team prefer to buck the
Kaiser's line without congressional
It is said that Germany is still
unaware that she is licked but in
this case ignorance i by no meat s
I'ossibly Senator Chamberlain
right, but he isn't pre.-idi nt.
It is to admire Theodore Roose
velt for the enemies .he has made,
when they are of the type of .Sen
ator Stone of Missouri.
In' deserting their German gen
eral the Turks have shown that
they are not so unspeakable at; lo
be wholly careless about their asso
ciates. The fact that Mexico is largely
nro-German constitutes an uninlen-
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SUUSlTipillm I1M win ut-
will be mailed that are not
paid for m advance.
Long experience has convinced us
that this is the only system which is
just to both subscriber and publisher.
We trust that those of our friends
who are interested in the maintenance
of a pioneer newspaper in a pioneer
town will cheerfully respond.
Although the cost of publication has
increased, the Leader's subscription
rate continues at the same figure,
$1.50 per year.
CLARK WOOD, Publisher
However, we haven't noticed
that I'rlesident Wilson li;is ever
suggested a War Connive to eoiiie
to the aid of the common or garden
Woodrow Wilson's pen
prove to he mightier than
van's Sword"- one of the
styled aplH'!lulioii.s of the Ceiniati
Overland Model 90 T Leads
The final test of any automobile
is what it can do.
What it does is more imiwrlant
than what it is.
The way this Overland Model !0
Light Four performs for more than
80,000 owners speaks more than a
whole library of technical explana
tions. Hut this performance in this
Model W) includes more than me
It includes big-car stylish design,
touring comfort, spacious interior,
wide seats, ample leg, room, deep
upholstery, beautiful finish
snon, 11 memoes complete
all modern conven-
The nrice is 8890 f. o. b. Weston.'
If you want a larger car I have
several other models for more mon
ey. 1 would mucn ramer snow
tht.m t0 you than to teli you about
them. DR. S. L.
United Brethren Church
1 'reaching at 11 a. m. and 7:.'!0
p. hi. Morning subject. The Joy
of Living. All other services at Un
Union meetings will be held at
il,.. M.-lhftflixt etnireh ikir ni' the
remainder of this week. On .Sun- and in every place their havens ate
day they will be changed lo the Idled with sohhers who try to op
United Rrethren church, where predate in their own peculiar way
there will be services every evening
during next week.
Everyldy is invited
K. J WRIGCU'J,
The leader t, on a ca; h ba;.i.; and
wants no patronage on any other
terms. Its own bills, which are
not inconsiderable in these limes ui
must all be met in cash,
an,l jt is not in a position to extend
credit. Clark Wood, bubli,
credit. Clark Wood, publisher.
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WESTON SOLDIER IN FRANCE
PRAISES Y. M. C. A.
The quartet of Weston boys who movinjf parts jrt'tJ,kiK ,,m.,..
enlisted in the Second Idaho and Tns nii.ans not only eXM iisive ad
will Wl.re transferred to the 116th Engi- jii'tments and repairs, but also ex-leho-
....r have been heard from for eessive fuel consumption and inetli-
the first time since they landed in
I' l ance. I" a li ller lecciveii ny
, i . . . . . .:. .1 I ..
his sister Odessa. Jim Kirkpatrick
writes as follows:
l-'ni Svlvan and mvself are to-
- . .
trcther here in trance on
ir. 1-V-.I1. II I otHi- II I
service and Sid is "somewhere in
France" - 1 do not know where.
You need not worry about1" my safe
ty here at least for quite awhile
- for I am at present as safe as
though I were in Weston, Oregon,
with you. That is all I can tell you
about, where I am or what 1 am
(Vance i.s a beautiful and pictur-
esnue country and although it
differs in various ways from Amer
ica I like what I have seen of it
The structure of the buildings is
very peculiar, for they are all tall
and slender and have small floor
space. To our eyes they are a! ; o
peculiar in design.
The people he-re dress in a man
ner similar to the Americans except
that they still wear the wide skirts,
and near the post towns wooden
shoes are worn.
I hardly know what to write, as
I dare not say anything of our lo
cation, what we are doing or where
wc are likely to go.
The Y. M. C. A. are here its well
as in all parts of this country
from all the information I can jain
i and you can l et. that, they are the
soldier's friend now and forever.
1'Vom the training ramps of Amer
ica to the front line of trenches in
iSo Mall S l.anit tuey can tie loiino,
what this great organization
ing for them.
The loral mayor wna presiding at
the annual dinner of the town's rowing
club, and bo ruso to nmke lila fiwli.
"Oentleinfii," lie wild. "It uhfB we
greater plen.'iire (ban I con exprp to
preeido on Ihia occnitlon. though riorwni-
"Hy I am not an ndept ot aiiiai. a on
" oinifssca aa i nnvo
achieved being altvnya on terra cotta."
THE ZERO COLD TEST , FOR
(My V. K. Melehrrt, l.iibiictilnut Kegi
neerof the Standard Oil Co.)
Wo know t hat correct lubrication
is thi most vital factor in tin oier
lit ion of n motorcar. During this
colli weather we find that our mo
tor lo not respond mi quickly us is
tho i'jim' lim ing the Miiuincr. I .til
licutiiiiv oil is pailly responsible for
thin coialition. This aniioyaiii'i' of
a sliigKiih Hinl inclhciciit motor can
In- largely climinttted li (hi' use of
till- 1'ol'MVt oil,
l or coi ii ct colli weather lului
eating tin- Cold Test of a motor nil
is a most iniHU'tant feature, t'ioii
it depend vciy hugely the ih'M
liiliiy. power developed, fuel con
sumption, ami wear ami tear of the
The t'ol.l Tear o an oil is the
lowest IcIiineMtillo at which il will
llow. l-'or instance, if an oil has
a CoM TeM of "ii degrees it will
Mnir at thai temi'iature anl be
conic .solnl ahollt live devices lowel,
tills that conceal when the weath
er i.s at fleering point or at ;IJ de
grees r'ahrcnheit, are not suitable
for lubrication during cold weather
because the resistance otfereil to
the slurring of the film is high
for we learn that the value of a
lubricating oil dcend ub.ii its
tluiility at the temperatures at
which it is used; that is, a lluiil
oil or otic ha ing good t'old Test
(preferably Zero I will otTcr much
less resistance to the sheeting of
the film than a thick or sluggidi oil
or one which has a nor t'ohl Test
ami is in the condition of jelly in
the crank case.
We know that all gasoline en
gines start haril in cohl weather lie
cause the fuel iloeft not Vn'Hirizi' us
reathly at thus time us it ilm-s dur
inn warm weather, taxing the hat
teries to their limit. If Mir Cohl
Test lubricating oils are used, the
additional jMiwer necessary to turn
the motor over is very materially
increased, which means lapid drain
ing of the hatteries ami, conscipictit
lv. e-ilsive iiikeei.
,-j.r:i ii . if an oil of poor Cohl
Test is ii.-cil or one that conceals
in the oiling system then- cohl
mornings, it will not lubricate
the motor correctly because it is
too thick or too sluggish I" Ps be
I ween the close fitting hearings,
ami if usi-il in a motor which is
partly or wholly luhricateil by
splash, this oil will hot bo splashed
to the eylinilers. pistons and wri: t
pins m stillieieiit ipiantities to in
sure adequate lulification until the
motor ha liecn run from l,"i to ".()
minute and the temperature f the
motor has. thinned the oil down.
flnrimr u lii-tl f itm, i-vi-i't vi Vo Wl'ftl' of
ci' nt motor.
appiles to force-feed
systems, for oils of poor Cold
Test nll'i-r considerable resistance to
the passing of the oil through the
l''l' ''!l,lk 'llilfl l"
t i it ;i .1...... ....
oc.lllllKn, .tliu llie on u.-.i o.-.
cuiale lively etiougn
until it has
Another condition which shows
the inellieiency of poor fold Test
oils very plainly is the necessity for
frequent gear shifting.
Kasteni refiners and motor car
manufacturers recommend light oils
for winter and medium nils for
"' ' lubrication, reali.ing that
oils of iioOr ('old lest cannot U
u.-ied successfully during cold weath
er. They are comielcd to do this
because light Kasti'i'ii oils have a
U-tter Cold Test thmi medium bod
ied Kastern oils.
Motor oils correctly manufac
tured from California Asphalt I lane
Vrwk have a natural Zero ('-old
Test, making them the correct oil
for use at all seasons of tin? year.
Using Zero Cold Test oils gives
Ihe-necessary margin of nafety, so
that during cold weather there is no
danger of burned out lioarings or
excessive wear of moving parts,
caused by lubricating oil congealing
in the oiling Rystetn.
WAR MET BILL
Veracity of Senator Chamber
lain Is Questioned by
WaahingtotJ. All doubt ai to Preal-
d'nt Wllnon'a view of propoaali In
conRrrna for reorganization of the gov
ernnient a war making machinery waa
awrpt wy by a atatonr'nt In w hlrh
tho prpslrlppf aald the war dopartmont
had acrompllfih'd a task of tinparal-
p.-d magnitude and difficulty with
exlraordlnary promptneaa and tfflcl-
enpy df.nollnc(!( tlio confircaalonal war
tnvestationa and derlantd thut re
orgaoUhtloD by Uglilation vu pro-
President Resents Chamhsrlaln BpMClt
Tlii nri-nldci'la uliiii-nii'lil was l
mii it uu it remit f ft M'"-h
Voi Hi'lunliiN l Hi'linlnr I'linmlmr
Uln, ittiilriiuiii of tin" .nwt military
CUI40II II i . .n.it nil' i' Ii" I"' I mikeil
till' MlHIHIi"' Oil HO' '' '" illl'l"' tlll'tlllT
hit had Ikh'ii riirrecll) nuuteil.
Hi'iuili r l liiiinl" ii.i. i i' i 'mi'
"llinellnil mid nii'ffi i tln'IH'in. ol Ho'
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not eminent no' mino'iii o"
KHimiiiililim ami iil-mihiU'ly
unJiiHtlfliil'li' ilmtoiliiiii of Uu' irutli"
lie mil'l lie ri'Kiiiili'l Sicriiiti) ll
Ker one ol ilie itiili-.-l iMit'lii niri
riftln he hinl i''i ni' t
Si nitlur I'liitinlii'iliiln mmlf ft tle
lli'llt III rel t'l Hn' freillili'lll. mitmi!
hi' npnlii' rli niiioittniMiiil) In New
York mill ilml Ins erln. iniis wen- ill
reelnl l tin- iti ii .,ti i mi ni oiilt ini'l
mil at tillier Inanilon ol llu moein
OdmbeiUm MinUnii HH Pciilmn.
I inn tiuikiiiK li" .tllaclt iil'i"! I"'"
lilulii." ili'i Ini' il S' liiili't t'liaiiilier
l:tin ' I'eihnliii lln-i li.i" "I""" ''
hel t ti - conlil iiiuler llir clriiini
Mtltlii'i I lll lllli kll'K III'' KMileni
l i inn liiiumis tin li.i i iii'oii Ho"
ilui liisnrni nl our oiii"ll:itiliiii of llm
mini I urn it"! litkiiu; In-arn) tl
I am uknm Hi" i'in ii'iiinini
ut ri'H'iootli' ofdi wiIh nnil u(liii'r of
the itnn lit;-'lli. r lilt H i u i of
the IhI ildrleiio itiil ol III"
coiintrj li lot I'"" tioii I'lalnl)
thill t ruiui'it I'M'i'il l' Kle III''
fntl'Ht no rtwiire of our ueruv mnl rt
mnririi Ui do- coiiilui'l "f lti r
Iiiiik an ' nicf,it' nii'l' i our (.irmi'iil
gjnli'in 'lli.it I On mil lme llo prrnl
ijoltl inllipnrl If. I'l Ik- reur'Hi'il Put
there will In- no 1 1 r 1 1 1 1 1 p. ! k on in)
I'.irt I li.ni- I hi- lull .li'l'toMtl u( iu
Coimt'lrlii t III Hit innttrr "
FOR WAR COUNCIL
VVaiihltiKlmi Itn.tl' itl i-limiK.n In llin
Hiitrrnini'lit wnr ninklim iii;n Ulit'r)f
ari- priiHin'il In IiIIIh inii'ri ly tlin
m nitlr in tl It n r y rniiiinli
A Inlrnilui'i'it M.iii'lnt III thr rnill
by I 'hit i rum i I'liaiiitx'rUlit. our mr
un' irntlit.'n tor llu riitt'lnlimi'ni of
a war rnlilifl - ilmt nuno- tiatlnit beu
tutiKtltuii-il (ur "r riniiti-U"- of ihrpti
nn-n. illminKiilnhril In Imnlnniii. nu
Uvh. artinlniMraitnn imrt pulillr nffAlra
anil not mMiitwr of llie pimlil'nra
Thu bill irooiii' tlnti ihf IhrM
m'uilHTii of tin- itr iiiiiiull nhall tw
Himliiti'il lit lh' prriililrnl. ullli ton'
flrmatlnn liy I he n-'iiitti'. ami lie illrerl'
ly iinilfr tin' iri'litint ami abovti th
tahlni'l In amliiiili. iih iwit to
"Mipi-rlii control ami iJIrirl all do
partniuia. burrau aiol aa-iirlra of lhi
RiivKrnmi'iil In lb iirnn'i iitliiu of Hi
li niircirtcally Ktiii'H Hint tlf aerri'
tarlf nf war ami mtvv nhnll not m
l"-nffli In ll'rlntirril
AnoihiT I'lll prnvlii for a illrM-tor
of nituillloria. also n in-lil'iilll up-
p),,. to , ronflrm-il In Ml" m-nalr.
vtho would luiv" authority to rniiirnl
product lull. illfti'llniU'in anil Iraimpnr
tut Ion f r Mipill''H iiiuler the poll-cli-
of i hi- pr''tilil"tit anil thr war
con m e 1 1 .
People Told to Beware of Other
curillea Offered In Trade.
VanhlliKlpn.-- Uliorty lioinl liivrnt
ora aro warned by Secretary McAdou
lo beware of IrrfapniiallilP pornnna of
ferlilK olln'1' Horiirltlea In rxrhaiiK.
In it niiiirmi nl iipiii allnK in bond hold
itii lo "Imld fail to tin' boat Invml
inrnt In the world." Mr. MrAdoo aald
that "while Biiiiie of the Horurltloa, or
mi-railed aemrilli'K oflerod In ex
chatiR'; for unvernnidit bonda aro of
Hound value, there la no doubt Hint a
large pcrcentiiKO of lliem arc worili
Itaa." Soldlera' Wlvea May Be Hello Olrls.
WaaliiiiKinu.- Holillera' whm may
bc "hello Klrla" In I'rHiici', The war
departnient hiiikmiih cd Ihni wi.mi n.
wlii)ne huHhaiiilH are mfiiera or on
IIMed men In Kuropo now or hi Ihn
future will be ai'i'i plnd In the mill tit
telephone operators to be sent Berlins.
Old Tim Recruiting.
A letter dated In IT'.Ki from Lieuten
ant Hull, tho premier marine rnrp ro
crulttiig iiflk'i'i' tu (lie I lien ciniiinanilniit
of that coips, fu'lllu;: fnitli miiiio of the
rceruitlutf Hid IhmIh ol' Unit lime, renila:
"1 purpose llila week Id open rcuilez
roua In different paila of tho country
and muk i frolic lo draw the iieoplo to
gether, which I think will bare a good
effect. There are aome In Jolt-whom
I could get out by piiylug the aum of
$12. I)o you think I would be aafe In
advancliiK It?" ' ' .
Prrwiit Any recruiting ollleera reipilrq
deelorutioiiN finui aeeepleil men Hint
lliey buvo never beeu convicted of any
Draft Boards lo Be Paid for Work.
vVaaliliiKtoii. - Tlie KOtcruinent has
fixed the wngca for draft boards.
Thirty cent for each iieHtlonnairo
will be paid eaca draft board.
In llm Circuit Cmirl ft the Slate ft
Oregon (ur Umatilla County
Leone Itiiilcnkiich. I'himtilf. va. Clin
t.m Unthmklrch. Pefi'iiilniit
To Cllliti'ii llinlelikirch, the ili'ionilntit
In tiih Namk or mi, Statk nr uhk
iaiN. Vim am hereby miniiiiniicd mid
leiiiiinil t" appear mid nwer the.
ciuiiphiliil of llm pliiintilf tiled Nttnliixt
ynil III thu hIhivv entitled court and
ciuinc, on or before nix weetm from llm
,li .,f llm Hint niilillcntion of till
miiiiiiiihiiii, lu wH. oner tiefmi' KHdny,
Die I St li tiny ol Jiinilitry, r.o", iiiiujo"
hiII tuk iiiillcti Hint if) uu full !'
pi iir mill ttimwer md iiiiiiplmiit or "In
nuii.e pIcHil llii iulo wllliln unlit time
Uu phtlntiir for wmil thereof will up
ply to llm Court fr llm rdii f pin)d
lor Mint ili'iiiiinilcd III mild cuniplitllit,
iiiiinely, for it decree of the t unit dm
milvmu the IhhiiU of iiiHtrimony cxint
liitf lietween pliilnllir nd ilefwliilnnt
itnil for oilier tiiiilulilc n lief.
I lni miniiiiiiiiii l iiililllii'd I'limiiinl
to mi oi'ilri iiiniUi mid tiled lit'iviii hy
lilllu ll N. riielpn. JiKlt'ei.f IiwmIhim
iiitilliil tut, on I lie !lh iUy of r
ifllilnr. I'll?. Tim III "t plililiciitlon of
I liu Kiiiniiiiiiiii will I'e inmle on t rlihty,
I he 71 h ility of llecttniU-i, VM t, mid
will lie piililudicd in Int) Wt lon I crtil. r
itepiixi' for ii eoii.fculin'
Ilaleil I ln r.lhiluv of llrr.-rnlier. f'l .'.
W II I M I'MI m. on.
All. . uu y for I'lmnlilf
I'ontollice ii.ldrem l't.'iiillet"ii, "i
KYI; KI.Ot'K. IJAK1.KY
KI.Ol'U. CKAIIAM ASH
wnoi.1) whi;at Ki.oi:it
t Maile ley the
WESTON MILLING CO.
We tlo I'ustom inilliiik', l'' t
mid Nell Hay, drain uinl X
M.llfee.l of all kinds.
Free City Delivery
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FATINTS BUIkO tOITUat I"
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D. SWIFT & CO,
PATf NT LAwrcaa,
ID Seventh SI., Washington, D. C. I
l Ttansfer and Storage
? Pilous n;t i
$ Weston Transfer Co. jS
Davis & Ellis
in latest piucli lu ll back
$8.00 to . . . $21.00
Come in uml be incnsiiretl
WESTON BATHS, BARBER
and TAILOR SHOP
R. L. Reynaud?
f New Ovi-rhnid rar for hire
Pennington & O'Harra
Clnia. 11. Carter Dan I. Smylhe
Carter & Smythe
I'enilltton - . . Oregon
W. M. Ptlcnon (Tihluhiip
Peterson & Bishop
j,m " i. mi in iii i 'a
a iiimnanii im 'imi ''inn i