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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1918)
: A new and attractive line.
Portland itm t railway employe
have been warded 60 cent an
J Young Iikk, weight about IM
lounl each, for sale. Mr. 11. N.
J Weston peoplo need go no far
thcr tlmn Athena for satisfactory
M dental work. Dr. Sponoglo.
H Walter William returned Mon-
dux from Wallowa county, where
ho did little harvesting between
Dr. Fred Lieuallcn wa recently,
wuunded in France, where he ha
teen much service at the fighting
A letter received here from
fiutte, MonUna. where the "flu"
U raging, says that 67 funeral oc
curred there Wednesday.
W have ttn new tires of stan
dard make, all guaranteed, we will
Wo aim to mako
our work its best
HOMER I. WATTS
street, near Main.
Episcopal Church Service cv.
ery second Sunday in each month
t 3 p. m.
Church of the Ilrethrcn-Sunday -ll f nuh at one-quarter i"-
aehiwl at 10 a. m. IWhlng at percent discount, (mut early.
11 a. m. C. W. 8. at 6:30 p. n. VVatU Si ltgt r.
Hible .Study, Life of Christ, at 7:30 n a can) from Walla Walla Mr.
p. in. John llonewitz, elder. am Mr. Ralph Kinnear announce
McthMlitOiureh-SuniUy school the birth of Marjorte Gl.-niwlino
at 10 a.m. IWhlng aervlcea at Kinnear on October -0, 1518.
II a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Kpworth weight. 8 pourola.
Iifuguu at 6:30. Prayer meeting Say, friend, Novemlier 1 i pay
Thursday evening. 8. K. Powell, dBy. if 1 owe you bring me your
pwUir. bill and I will settle. If you owe
United Brethren Church-Preach- me I will be glad to have you act
ing at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. tie. Dr. Kennard.
Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. Jn renewing hi Leader sub.
Junior C. E. at 2:30 p. m. C. E. Ernest Walden writes from Prcs
meeting at 7 p. m. Prayer meet- Cott that "we have had an abun
ing Wednesday evening. E. F. dance of rain and everybody is
Wriggle, pator. seeding or through."
Baptist Church The Church with Mr. Frank Nelson and babe, who
a cordial welcome for all. Sunday accomanied her husband a few
school at ten o'clock, preaching at weeks ago to Great Falls, Montana,
eleven. Also preaching at eight are ill with Spanish influenza, ac
o'clock in the evening. W. R. cording to word received by rela
Storms, pastor. tive here.
Christian Science Society Ser- Charles A. Guerne, former super
vice Sunday at 11 a. m., Water Jntendent of the Athena schools and
h ton y remrded in this
v f a J
o o o
i'rcilcii In all State anil Klrl
October 27, 1918.
Set your clocks back one hour,
and buy A GOOD WATCH at
our store for only
end of the county, is dead of Span
Inh Influenza at Camp Taylor, Ken
tucky. He had enlisted in the Offi
cers Training Corps.
One slice of bread wasted every j
day in every home in the United
State' make a loss of 7.600.000
bushels of wheat, or 456.250,000
pound loaves of bread. The Food
Administration ask every house
hold to stop contributing to the
nation' big food waste.
The families of Dr. F. D. Watt,
J. H. William. R. G. Saling, F. C.
liUpatrick, Geo. B. Carmichael
and E. C. Rogers were represented
on a motoring trip Sunday up the
Walla Walla river. The big power
plant of the electric light company
was duly inspected and a pleasant
outing enjoyed. Other townspeo
ple spent a restful and devout Sab
bath at home.
The Prudent Man
will fill his coal bin when the fill
ing is good. Better order your
coal now, when I can supply you.
P. T. HARBOUR, Weston, Oregon
A new food Dledge card, which
is a most eloquent and forceful doc
ument, is to be placed in every
household in America between the
date of December 2d and 7th by
the Food Administration. A sup
nlv nf 45S0 of these card has been
shipped to Umatilla county for dis-
VVVVVV3?S5SJ A-iKtin. !,hliiU for October
28, the Home Card campaign was
postponed because of the "flu" epi
ciolicr Over Half B j
HOW ABOUT THAT WAG)
Did you ever Stop, Think and Consider the fact
that on and after October 1st that amount of mon
ey due us belongs to us? It is not yours to keep,
nor to invest, nor to spend not a cent of it.
We have borrowed, stinted and pledged our
selves to help you through this month.
"Man is Made of Dust
Be a Man!"
o o o
(It is pleasing to knw that our advertisements are read. A friendly critic
Baid: 'Those ads were jnst lovely all the time that Dr. Watts was away, but
now they are just horrid." Query who wrote them?)
We have Lumber, Hardware
Ten Tire Bargains One-Quarter Off I
,We are Farm OutfittersCome
Prcston-Shaffcr Milling Co.
Athena, Oregon Waitsburg, Wash.
Made of selected bluestem in one of the
best equipped . mills in the Northwest.
Sold in Weston by
Weston Mercantile Company
It takes the Umatilla County
Red Cross just one hour to make a
pair of sock for a soldier, in
France, for the new knitting- ma
chine turned out a sock at the rate
of one in 30 minutes, says the
East Oregonian. This is the record
established by E. J. King, son of
Mrs. JF. E. King, who has mastered
the mechanism of the machine and
made tive pair of socks in one af
Persons desiring to construct new
buildings during the remainder of
the war must expect to encounter
considerable delay and difficulty
before receiving a permit from
the government to go ahead. Not
on must their applications be
passed upon by the executive board
of the Umatilla County Patriotic
Service League but also by the
State Council of Defense in Port
land. The recommendation by both
will be sent to Washington and the
permit issued from there.
A message received here yester
day announced the death of Ellis
Pinkerton at his home in southern
Oregon. Mr. Pinkerton was born
in the Weston neighborhood, and
had many friends here who will
sincerely mourn his passing. He
was a graduate of the Eastern Or
egon Normal here, and fo!16wed
school teaching, as a profession.
He left a wife and two children and
is also survived by two brother?,
Charle L. Pinkerton of Weston and
Fred Pinkerton of Athena. The
remains will be shipped to Weston
The Weston Leader is on a Cash Basis
Subscriptions, Jobwork and Advertising
Tbe Farmers Bank of Weston
i THE RED CROSS
At the annual election of officers
of the Weston auxiliary held on
Monday afternoon, the following
officers were elected for the ensuing
.Mrs. W. L. Robbins, chairman;
Mrs. Charles M. Price, vice chair
man; Miss Doris Barnes, secretary
and treasurer; Mrs. J. H. Price,
Following is a report of the work
done by the local auxiliary irom
January 6, 1918, to October 21,
Hospital garments 632; refugee
garments, 72; sweaters, 81; sox
141 pairs; scarfs, 2. Total, 928.
The T. W. C. A. Is known as "The
t... m. alitor Id th World." Ot the
tiTn Ron noo to h raised In th united
War Work Campaign tl5.000.000 will
go to taa work ot this organization.
'Uor' vour chance give to the' T.
M, Y. W, K. ot C Salvation Army,
T..i.t Will far Board. Library Asso
ciation and the War Community Serv-
i nit u hftln mas a aoiaier. sauor
or marine happier and butter.
Do you want to get a good book to
a soldier, sailor or marine?, OIVB to
the American Library Aaaociauon,
. QIVB to th war welfare agencies
tad P UD tb n101'0 0( our "Snt-
" Send a doughnut to th front Uo
ttjl to taVSajtatloa Army, j
AM I DOIKG I.1Y BIT?
Save your Country by Serving
"Over There," or Serve your
Country by Saving over here.
Buy W. S. S.