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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1918)
BftTirr to rtrnrrois A aamnle of
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B UTTER WRAPS
Furnished and Printed at the Leader office
Sixty (minimum).. $0 90
One hundred.... 1 20
Two hundred 1 75
Each additional hundred r... 0 45
Terms, CASH ONLY.
in tha County Court f tha StaU
Oregon for Umatilla County.
In tha Mttr of tha EataUof Martha
A. Kead, CRHt,
Notice ia hrvly givtm to the crwt
itora that tho abova entitled Court hai
amxiintetl the-umloraigitwl. a.lnilnis
trator of th estate of Martha A.
Head. durtaniHl. All persona havltiir
claims against saM eatata ara notinttl
to jireiwnt thorn to ni at Athena, Or
or to my attorney, Homer I.
Waits, at his otHro in Athena. Oregon,
duly ventled an hy law rtHuiret, I ha
same to he piwont.il within aix month
from tho data of lh tiint ubliratioii
of this notice.
Dated at Weston, Oregon, thia 27th
day of September,
J ' W. O. RKAD.
.field corn raised on UIUC Dim 1 rK!2XFD
Frank Snlder'a ranch here in town " '
ja leaning against the front wall
of hla blacksmith shop and the atalk
reaches up to a height of twelve
feetand eight inches. This corn To The Public:
SAYS LOYALTY COMMITTEE
. . sat a
urn itlHntauf hv r ran It I10VK. WflO
Eldon King left Saturday for WCM ftftPrWBrj too busy to culti
Corvallia, to attend the Oregon va anj grrw n ground aa hard
Agricultural College. M a lHnl u hag thr n.fllMH and
Mra. J. E,SUnfleld returned Sat- beautiful name of "Woody Hutch
urday from Pendleton, where she er" corn, thia numnker Mng due
wiw the guest of Mrs. Will Wyrick. to the fact that streaks of enaan.
guiiutt rei aiHar on tne ears.
Charley lrlce intends to plant
likewise George Winn. The
leader will not go an far a to
IL Jl 1 I JL 1 H A1LI K-Jl -JUl fwi V ..u.
Joe Hodgxon has returned to an
.....i.tvi hiiuu frttni hi Montana
r.m. hi fnniltu havinir mtne til I .a n,'
- . V .T..":. lioader will not go an
I rosse ior a lew oaya isu. . . hlu)1.ur ,u , i,., ir(.ni..IIM.
Ira Charlton, who lived in Wea- arv'looklng for a kind of corn that
ton when a boy and ia rvmemhered will grow without cultivation.
-".af'.SSit The 80th birthday anniversary
""V " of Mrs. Margaret Lieuallen was
Ilarringtin, wash. ,i.,i....t with a family dinner
lly Aahworth was down town fmrty Octotier 1st at her home.
The Central . Loyalty Committee
of the Umatilla County Patriotic
Service League fcela obligated by
iU duty to publish to the county
Its Judgment that Hans Pahl of
Pendleton ia shirking his obliga
tions and reHiiihilitics aaa ritixen
of the United States. Thia verdict
has been reached only after a care
ful consideration of the facta and
only after Mr. Pnhl had lieen per
mitted to make a statement in his
Mr. Pahl is a native of Germany,
lie came to America at the age of
17 to "seek lietter oiMirtuniliea,M
as he expressed it. He admitted
he had found them. Hy hiaown
A-sday, accomiianied by his moth- Aside from the honor guent there statement he now owns appro!-
or the firt time r nee his ong were nreaent J. I'. IJeual en and matrty one thutisnna acres n tana
We offer a most complete showing of children's
coats nice, warm, serviceable garments in all the
. wanted new styles. Some are high waist, others are
I military models. Many are trimmed with plush or X
fur, big collars and pockets.
The materials are velour, broadcloth, cheviot, velvet and plush; shades
in brown, green, navy and black; sizes from two to fourteen years. Most of
them are full lined. Prices range from $3.98 to $25.00.
X A new shipment of CORSETS just received, comprising the latest
models, very attractive, in front or back lace. Priced $1.98 to $5.00.
We are just in receipt of a shipment of ladies' skirts, both wool and
silk, that will please the most exacting. Direct from the style centers, the
newest designs, merchandise made from suitable material for either dress or
service. Ask to see them. Priced at $5.00 to $12.50 each.
illness with inflammatory and artic
ular rheumatism. Hilly says himself
that he ia now "fine and dandy."
' Peter Ennis, the father of Mrs.
J. E. Jones of this city, was killed
in a recent automobile accident
near his home In southern Iowa.
The car In which he was riding was
struck by a locomotive at a rail
The well at the head of the wat
erworks system was cleaned out
Monday by Superintendent Dupuis
and Councilman Marvin Price.
About two tons of mud and silt
was shoveled out by these industri
ous officials, and is supposed to have
had not a little to do with Wes
ton's, water scarcity.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. NorDean
have gone to Spokane, where sev
eral of their children reside, to
make their home. They were ac
companied by their son, A I Nor
Dean of Athena, and his wife, who
will go on a farm about 30 miles
north of Spokane. Al shipped a
car of stock and household goods.
A heavy rain fell Sunday in the
mountains, descending almost in
sheets in the neighborhood of Tam-
A arack church. Those who were
X caught out in it say that It was the
I fiercest deluge they have encoun-
CP J mmm mnnnfalil avrutfl.
icrcu III jrvswo v iiiwusi r-.
i-nce. A lighter rain fell In the
lowlands, and had the welcome
effect of increasing Weston's water
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Douglas were
in wesion una wees, viaiiing
family of and he estimated it to be worth
175,000. In addition he admitted
he owns probably $15000 worth of
personal projierty. The committee
believes this Is an extremely con
servative estimate. He owe $12,
000, according to his statement,
$1000 of which he expects to ay
off 'In a few weeks. His own fig
ures place his net financial worth
at approximately $70,000. All
this he admitted he had made in
America. When war was de
clared by thia country ho owed
$.10,000, he stated. Hy his own ad
missions he has in a little more
than a year reduced his Indebted
ness $18,000. The greater part of
this waa war profits' from wheat
and other farm produce.
FOR BOYS and
family. John Ceias and
Adams and Mrs. Sarah McDougal
A box of fine eara was sent by
Mrs. J. Nunamaker of Hood River
as a birthday gift, Mrs. Lieuallen
came to Weston as early as WM,
lefre a single house had been
built on the town'a present site.
Frnnk Creer is now an authority
on automobile law, having ixisted
himself since his recent experience
with officers across the line. Ist
others suffer likewise in dignity
and pocket book, he gives warning
that the "License Applied For"
sign will go neither in Oregon nor
Washington. The Oregon law re
quires license tags both in front of
and behind the car, where they can
a . i i i . .
oe p.-ini, an, p- djd ot ,U08Cril)e
Hey Winn, represented by Homer the First Liberty Loan. He did
1. WatU as attorney, has brought not subscribe to the Second Liberty
action against Moses Taylor to re lxmn. In the Third Liberty Loan
cover $3552. He claims that in Au- he was rated for $3000 and sub
gust, 1917. he bought from Taylor cribed for $2000. Despite the
a tract of land which was under fact that the Fourth Liberty Loan
lease to Marion Hanscll; that in. j4 iwice the size-of the Third, the
October, 1917, Hansell paid lease rating committee fixed his quota at
money to Taylor which the defend- onIy $2500, He subscribed for
$500. His other war eubscriptione
amount to a $25 donation' to the
Red Cross and the purchase of
about $100 of War Savings Stamps.
Following his $500 subscription
the rating committee reconsidered
his rating and adjudged it fair and
equitable In the extreme. Mr.
Pahl's reason for not buying more
bonds was summed up in a state
ment that he could nut afford it
and would have to borrow the
money. It was explained that,
even though ne oorrowea me iuii
ant has since refused to turn over
James Johnson, who Jived in the
Weston country monrthan 40 years
ago, was here this week, accompan
ied by Mrs. Johnson. They are
guests of the James Nelsons of
Athena. Mr. Johnson who was
known as "Jimmie" in pioneer
days, found a few old-time friends
to welcome him. He is now a res
ident on the Little Wciser in Idaho.
Joe Wuner writes from the Pu
m Z ... Mr. rkiuirlaa has Sound metropolis that Seattle amoun. t would cost him but ap.
become a firm beleiver in Morrow ?rc humdinger. There seems prt,ximtely $80 a year to carry it
count possibilities, his wheat having to be no speed limit -everybody small part of his war profit,
made alittle better than fifteen going as fast as they can and slow. Mr Pah, rcfus(K, to subscribe
bushels, even in the poor season this dwn. " whn y" V ' ? according to his rating and
H cj.l.l hi eron at 12.13 ciinn.i uirj wumui uhuukii. adopted a uenant auituue. tie iic-
Mu .iU ti. havfin mr. n mm. urr suihs
f , pri
tJosrrici n DdluSMf 4 Unit ;
Wc always have a display of choicest
TRIMMED HATS direct from the best makers,
and beautiful creations they are.
The pretty picture hat, the handsome tailored
effects as well as modest service hats all for your
inspection. ' ,
We invite you to -this department and assure
you it wiil be a pleasure to show you this merchandise.
... . u...i,..i ii .i. i hBv in Mr. and Mrs. Wurzer are
J0 acres for next year's harvest. to Lndi, Cal.r.. for he winter- nun
, Uiring over the Pacific highway.
D. A. Pell, who went into the
army with John Shick, Jim Ha- Pinkcrton. bnidcr and
worth, Forrest Zerba and Herbert rittman were out again Sunday af
Clark of Athena, is recovering tef bear, ih the neighborhHKl of the
from pneumonia at the Huk Kngilhh cabin. The fact that
Meade hospital, after being deliri- these hunters bold returned empty
ous for six days and nights. He handed .s proof conclusive in the
says in a letter to the folks that fV' of the Leader man, that he
the Athena bunrh are in fine fettle bw f-ibe must have gotten wind
and just a-rarin' to go across. They of their intention and deeamped.
had considerable training at The D. R. Wood is reHrtcd to have
Presidio before being sent to Camp traded his interest in Prospect farm
Meade. and outfit for 812 acres of im-
The following city ticket was proved land in southern Idaho.
nominated at Monday evening s i ne i roepecx s new owner is a ior
primary, to be voted upon at the mer county commissioner of Frank-
ity election November 5: Mayor, wun.gr, .i....isw.., a..u.......
M. Banister; councilmen lour " rajicneiiw
years, trank fcmder, Merman uooa- Bertha Blancett, tiding the lew-
win, R. G. Saling; councilmen two f8 Btring, and Donna Card, riding
years, Marvin trice, t. Rogers,
Frank Price; recorder, J. W. Por
ter; treasurer, S. A. Barnes. This
slate was quietly put through with
out opposition, . even though no
slurb fund was in open evidence.
It was not until after his re-nomination
that Mayor Banister Bet up the
His Weston friends were much
Y ''saddened by news of the death
inurauuy i vau.i .wm.ivi
nied the rlirht of any committee to
indicate to him what he should
buy. He expressed the opinion that
individuals should be permitted to
sulscribe as they pleased. In the
First and Second Loans when no
ratings were attempted he sub
Mr. Pahl expressed a willingness
to compromise by taking an addi
tional $1000. Admitting his right
to take this amount if he chooses,
the committee, feeling that his rat
ing was just, refused to accept
such an additional subscription as a
fulfillment of his duty.
His attitude and actions in this
matter,, in view of the privileges
and prosperity which have been hia
under the protection of this gov
ernment do not square with 100
percent Americanism, and the Loy-.
alty Committee, composed of sev-
M4$M;; Md thr new equipment
the Drumheller string, were ruled enteen representative citizens, feels
off the track at the state fair in justified in proclaiming him to his
Salem for alleged faking in the la- neighbors as one who has been
dies' relay race. The track pacing tried in the scales of patriotism
record was broken by Captain Mac, and found lacking. Moreover, the
with a mark of 2:05.
committee is not disposed to con
sider the matter settled with this
' CENTRAL LOYALTY COM
UMATILLA COUNTY PATRIOTIC
w Another Pioneer Summoned
Ransom Lieuallen, an honored
French ClasS Honors a Member .
Mrs. Lillian Frederick's Senior
French Class waa charmingly 'en
tertained at the home of Mrs. Ralph
nia.iH still, from nleurisv following G. Saling last Thursday afternoon,
Spanish influenza. Mr. Still was when the birthday anniversary of
9 vm. iIH and Is survived bv a Mrs. Herman Goodwin was fitting-
widow, formerly Miss Ida Stubble- ly celebrated. Several choice Vic- pioneer of Weston, died of heart
field, whom he married two years trola selections and literary num- failure Friday afternoon in the office
ago. Mrs. Still is in Seattle. Mr. bers contributed by Metames uf ng bIack8mfth Bnop The 6tor
Still was engaged in farming near fredericks, Williams and Saling of his life appears elsewhere in thia
Milton when he enlisted in the added to the pleasure of the after- paper
Tankfr corps. He was among the noon. At the close of the study Funeral services were hld Sun-
most -popular graduates of the period delicious refreshments, were day t the Methodist church, which
Eastern Oregon Normal at Weston, wrved by the hostess, assisted by coujd not contain the many friends
His body will be brought home Mrs. J. H. Wil Mams., A large wnfll Bttended. The pastor, Rev.
for burial. b rthday cake,- with i lighted can- g E Powel, pajd" feeing and elc
w r p'kw 'h..hl.M 7!?. Bn 'Vf C'.vf elt.ure f tribute to the worth of the
. W SftJSli .m Sd i ihe dlntily appointed tea-Uble. A 2eparted burlgl rviceswere
electric motor harnessed up and In foaat affording great pleasure was ;jj w w..f ta. m
given to the honoree by Mrs. J. H. rs I O O F
orjeration at the plant of the Wes
ton Mining io., wnicn wm nuw uri Williams, and the aiternoon was
able to run without quite so much one jong tyue remembered by the
voclferousness, as it were. With f0wing class members: Mrs.
the motor and the gas engine to- Lillian Fredericks, Mrs. J. II. Wil
gethcr, he will be able to run every iiam. Mrs. Robert Proudfit, Mrs.
piece of machinery In the mill at R, G. Saling, Mrs. Mary C. McNee ZlA M
ine Ban re vimc, btoiu ana mrs. n. uooawin
Mr. Lieuallen is survived by hla
widow and four children, who are
J. S. Lieuallen of Rieth, Oregon; J.
A. Lieuallen of Walla Walla, Wash.;
C. W. Lieuallen of Auburn, Wash.,
J. H. Padberg of Hepp
quire. As a general thing, how.
ever, the motor only will be used.
The Weston mill haa been com- Weston was the second Umatilla
niMolv modernized by Manager county town over the top with its
Robbins, with the addition of , thia Fourth Liberty Loan subscription,
tttux using iiikv yiace.
W. E. Lytle writes from Midvale,
Idaho, that crops were pretty slim
in his section. The Lytles had 250
teres in wheat, but only cut 117.