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SAVE YOUR TIRES
This is True Economy in these
and do good work.
Oils . Auto SuppIioH . KACINK TIKKS
R. A. THOMPSON
Oj)Kmit St. Nicholrt Hotel, ATIIKNA, OKMJON
Church of the Mn thri n Siuidiiy
m'h'Mil ul l u. m. Preaching at
1 1 a. in. ('. W. S. ul ii:."0 p. in.
Kihle Study. Life of C'hriht. ul
p. in. John lliiiiewil, elder,
Methodist Church Sunday school
at 10 a. in. Preaching nervier at
II a. in. and 7 ::i p. in. Kpworth
league at t! ::!. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening. S. I). Powell,
United Ilrethren Church -Preaching
at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Sunday school nt I0;00 a. in.
Junior C. K. at 2:30 p. in. C. K.
meeting at 7 p. m. Prayer mwt.
Ing Wednesday evening. K. F.
Kaptiat Church The Church with
a cordial welcome for all. Sunday
school at ten o'clock, preaching at
eleven. A I no preaching at right
o'clock in the evening. VY. R.
Christian Science Society Ser
vice Sunday at 11 a. m., Water
Mreet, near Main.
Episcopal Church Service cv
cry second Sunday in each month
at 8 p. ni.
We aim to make
our work its best
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
Preston-Shaffer 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
brief news of the war
On I lit. wmtrra front the HrllUh.
Krrnrh unci Aiiir-rKans contlnur-rt
to tonka furlhrr Rain kUi1 Hie tier
man: In tin- Italian theater both In
llrltlah and Itallana h arorrd uc
hll In Aalatlc TurhKy tbo
llrlflr.li have captured Aleppo, In Hyrla.
and am drllnt li-d on botb bank
of III" Ttarla. In MMmpolamla.
Altliotiah lht Germans In Kranr
nd Klandr still are streoiioual r
aiding Hi allied attempt to break
their line, tlmy ar living way trad
lly. In tho cither tbealrra there ap
parently l nt the Minn reaUlance,
except powtllily In the mountain re
gion of Italy, where the allied force
are trying to open the back door Into
On the northern Italian front hard
flslilln la In pror-a between the
tlronta and Ple river. Along the
l'lv the alllwl troop have crowed
(be river. Infllctlna heavy camialtle
and taking thoueande of prisoner.
The Amrrlcan have begun the aec
end month of their operatlone In the
region of Verdun by keeping up their
attack aaatnit the German from the
' Meue to the wooded country north of
Grand Pre. Progreaa baa been made,
notwlthtandlng trong opposition of
Gorman machine gun from behind the
natural fortification which abound
through thin district.
American airmen are continuing
their bombing operation behind the
line, their latet eort tn thla rpoct
having been nude agalnt the territory
around Brlquenay. north of Orand I're.
In which HO airplane took part, 0 of
them being bombing machine.
NOTICE TO C1QIT0U
In tho County Court of the Stale of
Oregon fur Umatilla County.
In the Matter of tho Estate of Martha
A. Read, iloceftnnd.
Notice i hcrvby given to the cred
itor that the nlwve entitled lurt hits
appointed the undersigned, adminis
trator of the entate of Martha A.
lived, deceased. All pewona haviiiK
claim agaiiml anid entato are notiflvd
to preavnt them to ma at. Athena, Or
t'Kon, or to my attorney. Homer I.
WalU, at hm ollico in Athena, Oregon,
duly verified a by law required, the
aauie to !c presented within six month
from the date of the tint publication
of thi notice.
Dated at Waaton, Oregon, thl 27th
day of September. ISW. reaDi
Mr. W. K. Drlakell i Improving
from a wvi-ro attack of heart trou-hi.-.
Dr. MeKlnney announce that hu
has a limited supply of Influenza
Ernest Reynold, who left Weston
riot Ionic g for Taeoma, it report
fd Kick with pneumonia.
Weston M'Oplc need go fa
ther than Athena for satisfactory
di'ittal work. Dr. KKnogle.
Mm. K. M. Warren left Wcdne
iliiy fr a vinit with her sons at
Lind ami Henge, Washington.
II. F. CliMliui ami family mo.
ton-il over from Walla Walla Tues
duy for another vinit with "Uncle
Influenza in rcimrled to have
made itit npiH'arnm'e in the family
r iu n. n. . mi nr
tree. , ..
Try nn- fur artificial ttfth. I
Imvf many Mttixfu d putroim. You
will Ik- niif alpii. Dr. HixmogU-,
U'vi O'Harru, wh hiw U- n a
"flu" pati. nt at the J. M.O Harra
furmnUail, ia r Hirttl to Ik- nn-nd-inK
A U'lU-r rm-ivitl hy Mra. CaUU-r
iitinoutufa thnt Corporal Jack Cal
liT in on hi way from Vancouver,
H. C, to FnRlanJ.
A k'"1''"' picture of aartorial
I'li-Kancf, 1'cnly Duncan waa in town
this wwk from tht Ralph Kinnear
farm on Couse crwk.
Mr. Svth Hyatt i reported tome
la-ttor, following an oiK-ration for
canct-r of the bowel performed by
Dr. Coffey at Portland. f
Mr. W. L. Kay born and children
have returned to their farm in the
upland, where they will remain
during the enforced schqpl vaca
tion. Her school having been closed aa
a precaution against Spanish influ
enza, Miss Mary Unsdale returned
Monday from Cayuse-on-the-Uma-tilla.
Mrs. R. G. Saling haa received
news of the critical illness of her
brother, Dallas Gordon, from Span
h influenia at his home in Eden,
Robert Proudfit is remodeling
and improving his residence prop
erty. This home was recently glad
dened by the arrival of a handsome
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Vaughn
have been guests the last week of
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Bell, prior to
leaving for their new home at Gar
The Misses Pearl and Ruth Dowd
are at their home on the uplands
from MeMinnville, Oregon, the
school there having closed because
Umatilla county sheepmen lost
thousands of dollars' worth of
sheep in the mountains this year,
due to insufficient help in caring
for their flocks.
The first offer of $558 cash for
our Ford Runabout Roadster,
equipped with shock absorbers and
wishbone, takes it. Practically new.
Watte & Rogers.
Mrs. Lillian Fredericks and Miss
Florence Simmons recently spent
the day at the George Proebstel
home In the country. 'They report
most delicious "eats."
Emery Reynolds and Carl Ray,
nephews of Postmaster Van Winkle,
and Jess Snider, nephew of Frank
Snider, are all at the front In
France, according to recent letters
Frank Hlldebrand has been
brought home from Walla Walla,
where he was long under hospital
treatment for typhoid pneumonia.
Although rather more shadow than
substance, he Is gaining in strength.
Weston agriculturists are saying
that weather and moisture condi
tions have not been more favorable
for ten years for fall farming oper
ations. All have been busy, taking
full advantage of the smiles of the
weather gods. ,
R. C. MacLeod, editor of Up-to-The-Times
magazine, and Carl Roe,
former newspaperman and now
with the Kerr-Gifford Co., were
here Tuesday from 2 Wallas. We
acknowledge a pleasant call on the
town's leading institution. .
The directors of district No. 11
on the Wild Horse have closed
school for one week and perhaps
longer to forestall the "flu." There
is none of the disease in the neigh
borhood so far, b,ut it was thought
best to take no chances. The Red
Cross benefit entertainment an
nounced for tomorrow evening has
The funeral service of tho late
Kilt PinkerUm were held Tuesday
at the home of hi brother, C. L.
Pinkerton, Rev, W. 8. Paynu ollie.
Utiinc. The remain wi re interred
in Keea cemetery. Mr. I'inkeiton
came to hi death from hk poison
ing at Pelican Bay, Klamath coun
ty, this being the verdict of the
coroner'a jury. The morning of
(Molar 'i his dead body was
found lying in front of a gas en
gine house where he hud been em
ployed, and the conclunion reach
ed waa that he had been overcome
during the night by escaping ga.
A wound In hia forehead was at
tributed to hia fall. Hi wife and
two children were on their way to
Pelican Hay to join him when they
received the isad new of his death.
Mr. Pinkerton was 3! years, 10
months and 15 day old.
From the standpoint of the man
in the trenches, war i by no means
a di lightful proposition, according
to a Utter from Karl Row to his
mother, Mr. Marion O'Harra. He
has seen some awful sights, he says
dead men lying all over the country-Americans,
French ami Ger
mans. "Many of our poor boys
People of Weston and Vicinity I
In view of the serious epidemic
called "influenza" now raging in
our State and vicinity, we deem it
erwntial and are commanded by
State authority to request and in
sist that all direct travel or inter
course between homes afflicted with
this disease" and the public be dis
continued for the duration of said
AH sickness of similar symptoms
is to be regarded as "influenza"
until such time as diagnosis is made.
W. H. McKINNEY, M. D.,
J. M. BANISTER. Mayor,
are never buried," he continues,
','but most of them are. I have
helped many times in this sad task.
When we ran onto a bunch of dead
Heinies we would just kick them
into a shell hole, throw a little dirt
over them and let them go. The
Huns can't last much longer. We
have whipped them in every battle
we have had with them and are
driving them back so fast that we
can hardly keep up with them."
Having lately disposed of his
farming interests in the Wild
Horse neighborhood to E. B. Foster
of Pilot Rock, J. E. Scrimsher has
taken a lease on a section of land
near Holdman, together with a
complete ranch outfit. Three hun
dred acres are in wheat which is
coming up nicely. Harry Edwards
will assist Mr. Scrimsher in hand
ling the place, and is already in
John Banister Junior wears this
year's championship spud belt, hav
ing taken 614 sacks from four
acres of netted gems. The pota
toes are unusually large, often
weighing two pounds or more, and
one of them was found to measure
thirteen inches in length.
Dick Harris, an influenza patient
whose condition for a time was
very serious indeed, is reported bet
ter. Nurses are so scarce that Dr.
McKinney was unable to secure one
for Mr. Harris at either the Pen
dleton or Walla Walla hospitals.
Fred Martin, who was anxious
to join the army, came home from
Pendleton a badly disappointed
young man. The examination in
his case disclosed an unsuspected
A party of Athena hunters, Bill
Dobson, Bill Miller, Marion Hansell
and F. B. Boyd, were out in the
south end of the county the first of
the week, looking for big game.
E. B. Casteel, Republican county
chairman, and Dave Nelson, the
celebrated road man, were in town
Lou Hodgen Commended
When marking your ballot do
not forget your home oandidate,
Lou Hodgen. We venture) to say
without fear of contradiction that
no man has devoted more time to
patriotic work in connection with
the Liberty Loan, the Red Cross and
the Y. M. C. A. drives than this
man Lou Hodgen. He is a demo
crat, but he can't-help it. Any
way, he did big things in the last
legislature and should be sent back
Notice to Subscribers
If this notice is marked it signi
fies that your subscription expires
with this, issue. We will greatly
appreciate your renewal. ; . m
As required by government reg
ulation, all Weston Leader subscrip
tions are invariably discontinued at
expiration. IXAKK. w wu,
N. BERKELEY TELLS VOTERS
IlliLiu. lib uinnvti
Pendleton, Or., Oct. 30.
The Weston Leader:
Will you kindly allow me to
say to the reader of your pax-r
that I am a randiduta for the State
Senate for the Nineteenth Senator
ial District of Oregon the district
which was ably represented by the
lute Senator C. A. Barrett. Should
I Imj elected to the Senate 1 would
earnestly support National Prohibi
tion and Woman Suffrage and all
legitimate and reasonable enter
prises tending to maintain prices
for the farmer, fruit and stock
man, the business man and the la
iMirer; without liberal wages for
the luhorer we cannot maintain
prices to the producers. I do not
deem the Slate Police' a necewary
expense, and if I were in the State
exrense. and if I were in the State
S-naU would work to abolich that
" As we have an unusually profi
cient corjis of public school U-achers
and a woeful number of vile county
roaiis. I would ailvocatc at tnm
time building gixxl mails instead of
normal schools, which might be ad-
mads. I would advocate at this
I have been in Umatilla county
thirty-five yearsspent the first
years of my residence in the State
in Athena. I have been farmer,
stock man and fruit grower, and
feel a great interest in Umatilla
county's welfare, as I am here to
1 would add that I have been ail-
mitted to practice law
: -n .1
mittel to practice law mmi uic - - . ,. -him
i . ... i nuance of an order ol me nonorame
courts of Oregon and Washington, w phclpi( Circuit judge for
and if you honor me with your um,tilla County. Oregon, acting in the
vuti I nmrnise to strive
faithful to the trust reposed in
by old neighbors and friends.
. i truer ci , iwuww, b
..... . ....,, Administratrix of id estate will from
TO VOTE FOR JUDGE BENNETT
WRITE IN HIS NAME SS VttZtiS.-
in the City of PendletoD, Umatilla
. , . County, Oreeon, pon the term here
To the Readers of the Weston jnaftertated and subject to cotifirma
Leader tion by aid above entitled court, all of
. the estate, right, title and interest of
Hon. A. S. Bennett of The the estate of Joi. Anton Federer, de
Dalles, Oregon, has announced ceased, in and to the following de
himself a candidate for Justice of eei-ibed real property situated in tha
Uie Supreme Court to fill the va- County of Um.tilTa. State of Oregcn.
cancv cauyeu ov uie ui-nm w ua-
I I . I .1 . r ll.
tice Frank A. Moore. There are
four candidates for this office to
fill said vacancy. No one of their
names appears on the ballot. The
name, therefore, ol the candidate
name, thereiore. 01 me canoiasK
who is the choice of the voter win foi,OWB to-witr Cash upon the
necessarily have to be written upon confirmation of the sale of aid real
the ballot. Near the top of the property by the above entitled court
right-hand column of ' the f ballot rlAS
will be found the place for the hor thllt uid property may
name to be written. be sold upon terms providing for the
Judge Bennett is a democrat; payment of one-half or more of the
the other three candidates are re- T.nnleintfore8
publicans. Mr. Bennett is known "Wed in M8e of , cash sale with
to the Bench and Bar of Oregon, Jne payment of the balance of said
Washington and Idaho as one of pnrchase price to be secured by a first
the ablest lawyers in the Northwest, mortgage on the real property includ-
The Supreme Court of Oregon Information Call upon or
consists of seven members. As it wrjte to sm Administratrix at the law
is now constituted each member is office of .Will M. Peterson, in the
a republican. There should be one Smith-Crawford Building, -m Pendle
or more democrats upon the Bench. 15th day of October, 1918.
Mr. cennen wouiu oe an viiwik
to the Bench on account or his
splendid legal ability, as well as his
fine reputation for honesty, morality
and good citizenship generally.
In order to vote for him correct
ly so that there will be no mistake
about the vote being'counted, his
name should be written A. S. BEN-
NETT and a crossmark (X) placed
in front of the name
We sincerely trust that the vot-
ers will carefully consider this mat-
ter and real.w the importance ox
eleetinir Judce Bennett.
THE UMATILLA COUNTY
BENNETT COMMITTEE FOR
f THE RED CROSS
I inC nLU llU0l
Cartons for sending' Christmas
packages to the boys in service
have been received by the local
auxiliary. A sample box and the
necessary directions for filling same,
can be inspected at the DeMoss
furniture store and Mr. Goodwin's
drug store. Mrs. C. H. Smith has
charge of this branch of the work.
The Honor Guard Girls desire to
thank all those who contributed lin
ens for the hospital work in
France. The following' articles
were received and forwarded by
them: 25 sheets, 3 napkins, 50
bath towels, 100 hand towels, 75
handkerchiefs. The Guard feels
that this ia a very satisfactory
Form Free Hungarian State.
Copenhagen. An Independent -and
'antl-dytiatlc , state has been formed
In . Hungary under the leadership of
Tount Michael Karolyl. in agreement
with the Czechs and south Slavonians,
" aoejirduig to Vienna report received
' i the Politlien.
f n f r
J.i.llr. r. M. Unnt of lh Sopf Canti
li-l menu,, Urn ) lot lh earn el
njr .H ii'iau, u iv;t him to be eia4
flu the' H.lurt. Ti.fi tonilltion ule it
iiH..rr aril la Ike aaae et four
Ihi. I. Ih aim! fmpnrtaet pealtloe In
lb Ji1l lal .y.im ol ilia Mlala.
It laMnllal 14 cliiioaa a. Mil at eilan-b-(ai
training, ol hlin rharai lar a4
til l.r.M.1 vl.ioti. t-iiueian4 lur yvur
un.iilvrailiia au4 vol ,
J. U. CAMPBELL
OF OREGON OITY
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mltttn; ii.lai.l Hi Mb Ju.llclal4l.lril
nlu- anrl on ball raara.
In all lli.x p.lll..ii. ha hu mail food.
Ilia rrri at a prlvat cinwn anil rtib
lie official baa baae aljora crlllrUm.
Write In his name at the General
Election November Stn.
- lirmtlM Cjoarl
fi, VMncy coned by the death of
jiutice Krunk A. Moore.
Vote (or Una
Write the name of J. U. Campbell (n
tha aDove ,p,Ce and place an X in
(rout of hi name.
I amM-ll lor Siirm l otirl raroiMlrm
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Notice of Sale of Real Property
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Umatilla.
In the Matter of the Estate of J03.
Anton Kedeber, Deceased.
V VnTlfF ia herehv e-iven that In DUf-
-l ,k HnrutraHl Charlee H.
Marsh, Judge of the above entitled
Mnrt from Umatilla County, made on
the I5thdy of October, 1918, in the
matter of the estate of Jo. Anton
An undivided one-fifth of the
Northwest Quarter (NW') of Sec
tion Thirty t30,) Township Five (5)
North, Range Thirty-four (34) East
of tho Willamette veridian.
The terms upon which said real prop-
vT.aH h. 2d Administratrix
uima r (.ULni.n,
Administratrix of thaEsUte of
Jos. Anton Federer, deceased.
WILLJU. PETERSON and
7 . . Wat. S. NASH.
Attorneys for Administratrix.
Notice to Creditors
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Umatilla County.
IJ1jIV1?!nofD2tato of Kan-
. . . ,ve that
XT:A la ViasaVtr trivcan ihnt J. H.
iiuoivo to v sj e, " " -----
Padberg is the duly appointed, quali
fied and acting administrator of the
estate of Ransom Lieuallen, deceased,
and all person having claims against
said estate are hereby required to pre
sent the same, with proper vouchers
attached thereto, to said administrator
at the office of James A. Fee in Pen
dleton, Oregon, within six months from
- . i - v lata
Administrator of the Estate of
Ronaiffn I.ieuallen. Decease
Ransdm Lieuallen, Deceased.
HOMER I. WATTS
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