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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1919)
Irtg nten recruited from the United MQSC TUIU I MHIIQH
Static, who restored tho allied ...,- nAn niin
mor.!olnthonickoftl,n.. - IN COUNTY ROAD BONDS
A Job Is a small thins tommy .-,
uch a service, and th community ' An bSU6 0( $1,050,000 Planned it Hilda Study, Life of Christ, at 7:!I0
should by all means provide it. The , Bli MmUm In Pendleton. P m Jhn IknwwlU, vWvr.
... .. 7 . ., . w MihmllHt Church- Sunday school
Church of tho Brethren-Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Preaching at
11 n m. C. W. 8. at fl:H0 p. m.
Yoij do if you need in your business the
grandest little utility car in the automobile -N
world a genuine blessing on wheels. - .
But you cannot get one any old time. Bet-.
ter put your order in now with us. -We have
the Ford Agency through Mr. Robert Simp-:
son of Pendleton, and will gladly take care of .; t
your order. :
However, the Fords, are going out as fast as
Mr. Simpson can get them. Hurry! Hurry !
That lazy thief, Procrastination, may steal
away your chance to get a Ford. . 4 '
w ALL FORD EXTRAS IN STOCK
n Auto go. - m msm
Mthodlat Church - Sunday school
at 10 a. m." Preaching services at
it m nl i:a n. m. Euworth.
ever held In Umatilla county . ' ffl,3n wr meeting
s. ti, rowen,
most Important roud meet-
government Itself is treating Its
returning aoldiera with incredible The
acabbiness, discharging them with- ing
out their pay and often without took place in Pendleton yesterday Thursday evening.
a dollar in their' pockets. If their and resulted in preliminary steps pastor.
homo communities are equally cal- for a Sl.ORO.OOO bond Issue. United Brethren Church--Preach-
oua, Ihcy will be jiutifWd in the The county court was authorised jng t 11 a. m. - wmI I V- '!
Inference that they have offered to prepare and send out the pt-tl- Jjjjy jj t ;w fj; u B'Cf K
their, lives to ave a land of selfish tions for a special bonding elec- nuH.tlut ,t 7 p, m,' I'rayer meet,
oafs, " , tlon. These petitions, signed, ara ntr Wednesday evening. E. P.
1 ' " 1 1 "' expected to bo back in the' court Wriggle, pastor.
TEE EOSEKZOLLDUf SALE room ready for action at tho next Baptist ChurehThe Churehwith
A reader hands us the following, meeting of the court. February 5. cordial we leo.ne for ISJ
which he says he clipped from a The amount o be spent In each jft ff .fcTff'Sit
Canadian paper. In order to help district of the county will bo desig. 0.cIofk , th CVcning. W. it.
the poor kaiser the Leader has for nated in tho bonding act. The ap- Storms, psstor. ,
once decided to break its own mle portionment will be based on the Christian Science Society A r
free advertise tax roll, and every section will thus vices Sunday kt II a. m., water
deal. The money street, near wain. ,
mcnta: ' - get -a square
. As I am quitting the king busi- iwnt .e state highway will be
ness I will sell at public auction at matched, dollar for 'dollar, by ap-
the Potsdam palace some day In portionment made by the state
the near future when buyers are ,j,,,WBy commission.
T'tylTl'.' The meeting was called by tho
ter. alt badly worn: one king's di- county court and was attended by
vine right to rule, 18H model; one delegates from every section of the
crown prince, as good as new, very county. County Judge C. H.
insolent, would make a good floor Margh prM. Wwton's dele-
class pet, who will do anything; I. WatU. G. IX-Craw and Ceo. W.
miscellaneous lot of princes, gener- Staggs. The action taken at the
sis, admirals and other flunkioa, meeting was inanimous.
mKe line recruiu lor gunmen or
and Real Estate
lifk Health kike
burglar gang, experienced. Terms,
cash I need the money, as I soon
expect to Icavo on a long tour of
inspection of another country and
a sojourn with der Satan.
U, S.' Yanks, Auctioneers.
The world has st last beta mod
afe for church ami hospital. . -
And h-o the txy get home nolti
Ing will I tor goott for them imt
even their old Jobs."
CLARK WOOD, rakltelMr '
Grave problems confront the Ore
gon legislature, according to the
esteemed Oregonian, and we would Staggv, It
BUaisterial Association Organized
A meeting was held at the Bap
tist church at which the Weston
Ministerial Association was duly or
ganized with tho following mem
Rev. W. R. Storms, Rev. John
Bonewite, Rev. S. E. Powell, Rev,
E. F. Wriggle, J. R. Adkins, John
Beamer. J. W. Porter, G. W.
to soil your
it Is salable t
Do you want
I CAN SELL IT
- Every little new nation seems to
bars a bolsherlkl problem of its own. '
A MDMge is aow valued ninch more
highly than an Iron cross. -
An Increase In- war- pinU-ns next
summer will help brinf almut a de
creaM In the high prices.
Before next July the water wagon
will look like an army transport col
Hlndenburp sny he will not dewrt
the German people there being no
place to which he can desert.
. SUBSCWMION RATE J
Strict! in AJyne
The Year..... .4....: ...
Six Mouths ......
that . it call in an under.
'..12 00 Our w. k. litr friend,' Dean CoU
1 00 tins, is now brightening the editor-
,. o OO
Price raising has reached the plnne
where aa excuse is no longer bothered
with. f. :
. PnnS clerks are wondering If the
end of the-war. means another t
holiday, to be obRorrcd Svery year. ,
!al page of the Portland Telegram
FUDaT, Jan. 17 - . ' . ii with his gems of verse and humor.
-' 11 " Wo always like to read Dean s col
FnUitd at tht pntvlllct at Wulea. Ort(. nj
; m Mcen-laM4all mint.
The following officers were
W. R,' Storms, prwsident; S. E.
Powell, vice president; E. F. Wrig
gle, secretary and treasurer.
The president apointed E. F.
Wriggle, S. E. Powell and John
Boncwiu as a committee to draft a
conntitiution and by laws.
" -The Christmas drum for' the
generally conies from - outside
family. . 4 ' : '.
- Now that all onr women have ream
ed to knit will the home folk have
warmer feet than usual this winter J
ADVERTISING RAT El ,
Regular, per inch per insertion ,......lSc
Transient, per inch per insertion. ....2o
Locals, ptr line per insertion...".. ......loc
-. the Tekgram
is tho Orcgonian's loss.
',But who will wish to wear glnphnm
now that It will not be so difficult to
obtain? , v v
It Is to b Impefl.our boys are nt, zss
thlnklnir of bringing home a thrmm
or two aa a wiuvenlr of the great war.
On lta recent visit to the cosmic bar
ber the .world had an .uncommonly
close sbave. -
American soldier when they left
fur fiennnn.v were wt only oil dressei
up ; they knew where they were go
PATENT, WHOLE WHEAT and GRAIIAIil
Yellow and Whiter
. STEAM-ROLLED BARLEY AND WHEAT
, v .'' ' CRUSHED AND CRACKED CORN : ;
We will crush your cob corn for you, or "shell and crush it;
. or, if dry, grind it into corn meal.. ,
GENERAL FEED ROLLING AND EXCHANGE
joe iBGSon - m mm
;a good pleege to keep
One of the features of the wel
come which the coirmunity of Wet
ton will extend .to all returning sol
diers and sailors takes the form of
a testimonial. This is. signed by a
committee consisting of J, M. Ban
ister, mayor, S. A. Barnes and J.
H. Price, and attested by J. W.
Porter, recorder. It is neatly
framed. The text follows:.
"We deem it fitting to express
to you the appreciation and grati
tude of tho community of Weston.
"This community is proud of the
9 11 ait w ivftu o wi- rhe association has in view a X
are inclined to think that f"0WBhip between the differ- 1 TO All KiddlCS t
im's gain in thte instance ent churches of Weston. Also "it - rt lit
united and progressive effort for i IZ yealS Old
the buitidng up of the Kingdom of Z -i
WESTON BATHS. BARBER t
and TAILOR SHOP
I R. L. Reynaud
Speaking, of flu masks. Kernel
Boyd could wear oncall the time
without especial detriment to his
Chicago has a hen that laid SOU
eggs in ono year, a game cock 3G
inches high and err err a few
God in this community and the ad
vance of moral righteousness along
all lines of good government."
The Orman propaganda Is sflll with
us, and It behooves ieopl to exnmlne
Into harrowing or disturbing reMirts
before putting too much credence In ,
them. ,.' .-.. .. ..
I Except Saturdays
(a beautiful line)
We note that .Oregon's senators
are to be inoculated ; but after the
session , the voters may want the
flu to go as far as it likes. '
We haven't heard of a Umatilla
county editor having the flue, which
may mean that editors are such vat-
gallant young men who have rep-' uable members of society an all-
resented it while serving ; under the wiw Providence has them under
Stars and Stripes, on land or sea, in Sf. ..!i ,,i
the great war for world freedom. ita P"'' Protection. ,
In the full flower and glory of ' , ," .
their young manhood they hava at enate minority at Salem is
all times been ready to give their small, to be sure; .but sharp
lives so full of promke-if such enough, we trust, to Pierce the
sacrifice were needed- to save tough majority hide. ,
their beloved - land from the t .
peril now so happily averted. '
"We love them end we admire One million, dollars spent on
them, for they are ours to a nearer Umatilla county roads will be worth
and dearer degree than they are far m0re than the annual cost In
the nation's; and when each and all fntere8t charge8.
return to us, we greet them with
rejoicing hearts and open arms. , ' ".--
"We further extend to you the ' The vote of the Nebraska legis
assurance of our aid and support in lature has put the final nail in the
securing such employment as you coffin of old John Barleycorn,
may now wish to enter, - v. , .
t The' closing paragraph 'of this
testimonial is a pledge of 'practical
service which should be regarded
as binding , and carried out by the jt hag" finay kvA upon the
entire community. "Three rousing 0f . Umatilla county
cheers" are all right in. their way, 'Umt way to good mj8 Is
but they are not as negotiable as a to jnj an(j build 'em. ; -pay
checks Most of the ' soldiers " ' " '
Having avoided troubla with their
neighbors during more than four years
of sr. It Is poor tints for tht
8wls to begin fighting among them
Food prices. Washington says, went
np. 10 per rent during the lust year.a
Doss Washington Imagine thai Infor
mation comes under the bead of news
to tha people? ,-..
Ont Is concerned now not so much
about a rise In wages ss a restoration
of the value of the old-faihlonsd dollar
that would buy J00 cents' worth of
It's better . to be dry all over
than to be dry in spots.
and it is up to the
will want jobs,
ready for them. : .
If a majority of our young men
had refused to volunteer or had re-
' sisted the draft, Uncle Sam could
t have landed . no army in France,
fj the allies would have lost heart and
Germany would have won the war;
i Eventually the United States would
have become a Hun province. It is
U hardly too much to say that the sal
it .. l . U .
Isn't it about time to resume the
commercal 'club meetings, before
summer comes -again and the club
will want to lay off?
After July 1 a
drink" will mesn we-
Htm li foot opportunity u faMUft
tjvordfc KiMttesMMsiAf crfpUig
wtf ttttMm IncrMM rouf AolaUMy
Wiaicti IMUltl lO pOWtf ABi lUOOtflk ;
DICTIONARY is aa all-know,
ing teaohar, a vnivsrstu question
aaswerer, made to meat your
needs. It it la daily tus by
faundreda of thotissnds of sua
twlul nwa aod wotnn Um wofld orr,
w.MWord. sroePMM. Mflii-
liuinrtona. 1 J,SM Bloaniphlr) Kn
an rnn. muw Awu4)
atoms m nnutim tmm.
i A Ot MEKRtAM COm
liptlasaeld. Mm, V. S. A.
Phone your dray orders,
93, or call at store.
Davis & Ellis
I CASH ftlAEHET
A German Is still
he Is beaten.
a German even
yilii.iiiiliiiM riJi ) mmm W
If ' ILi--" i i i ii ' i ' j ij'i'i'i'i inimial
OF ALL KINDS
HIDES, PELTS,' &c. ,
HASS & SAUER I
. There la no longer any such thing as
"no man's Isnd." - 1 , '
WavwaVSOTV.r. rule was due to the splendid flght-
. There's nothing like a suitcase to
aruu auNPlclon nowadays.
HOMER I. WATTS
.Attorney-aMiw ( '
Hraetlces In all 8tat and Kudnnl
, Courts. -
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