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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1919)
Mr. J. M. Compton.i visiting
in Walt. Walla.
The Weston Auto Co. b
a new Ford touring car.
Expert dentistry price reasona
ble. Dr. Sponoglc, Athena.
E. A. Dudley of Athena and Earl
Dudley of Helix wer Weston visit
Patron are requested to get
their order in before 5 p. m
the Hodgson mill.
The Misses Wilma and Helen
Boycr of Adams were guests Sun
day of Miss Helen Keller.
Bring us your poultry if you
want to exchange it for cash at the
highest price. Weston Market.
Mrs. A. P. Perry and baby
daughter of Free water are visiting
Mrs. Perry,' sister. Mrs. F. G. Du-Puis.
The Central Loyalty Committee
advises the citizenship of Umatilla
county that all case of delinquency
in war drives reported to the com
mitter haw been satisfactorily set
led and that thero is not now a sin
gle slacker name upon the record.
Wililam Swash of Fruitvale and J.
E, Hoon of Milton Tuesday after
showing noon contributed their quotas to
the United War runJ in full, the
former giving his $20 to -the Salva
tion Army and Armenian-Syrian
Reilef Fund and the latter his $25
for Armenian-Syrian relief. Nick
Grosgebaurcr of Fruitvale contrib
uted the balance of his quota and
Herman Bchnke and Fred Meihoff
tt pledged themselves to send their
quotas into headquarters within the
next few days.
The following officers of Cres
cent Chapter No. 47. Order of the
Eastern Star, were installed Friday
evening by FJiia Morrison, outgo
ing worthy matron: Doris Barnes,
worthy matron: Joe Hodgson, wor
thy patron ; Norah Watts, associate
matron: Alice F. Price, secretary;
S. A. Barnes, treasurer; Katherine
Smith, conductress; Zona Smith,
associate conductress; E. M. Smith,
warden; W. S. Price, sentinel;
GOOD ROADS DELEGATION
AT PENDLETON MEETING
Weston Boosters Present In Force
Furnished and Printed at the Loader office
Sixty (minimum) $1 00
One hundred 1 35
Two hundred .' 2 00
Each additional hundred 0 CO
(Poatago Extra on Mail Order.)
Terms, CASH ONLY
. warden: w Si price, sentinel; of a tax or one
A.CLKugu recvin t.M M(,Priinn. rhnnlain: G advs on essoiliw. It onDOsed taxinir dis- '
the B. F. 'Winn farm on Couse Smjth A(Ja; Ruby Pricc Ruth. tiate h thanked Governor With-
ck. Eliza Morrison, Esther; Amanda ycombe for the reappointment of
Angus Gill's, prominent Adams Hodgson, Martha; Mamie Barnes, Commissioner Thompson.
county farmer, motored down Wed- Electa; Mary E. Barnes, marshal; E. C. Rogers, member of the ex- A
nes4ay and was in Weston for a Myrtle Reid, organist. ecutive committee for Weston dis- 1
few hours. r , mnt.;n th nth.r Wet, headed the Weston deicga-
A large delegation of Weston ci
tizens attended the meeting of the
Umatilla County Good Roads asso
ciation in Pendleton Saturday and.
at Its conclusion were warmly in
vited to "com again com any
time," by President D. H. Nelson.
They heard illuminating remarks
by County Assessor C. P. Strain
and State Highway Commissioner
W, L. Thompson, with relation to
the proposed county and state road
preceding Thursday before the Pen- V
dleton Commercial association,
whloh has been published in full A
in the Pendleton dailies. X
Tlie association endorsed the pro- x
posed Umatilla county $1,050,000 V
road bond issue; the proposed $10,. V
000.000 state road bond Issue: the &
doubling of the state tax on auto
mobile licenses and the imposition
of a tax of one cent per gallon 1
A LAVISH SHOWING OF
On the mountain range the other
It is reported that Rollie Comp- day Tom Diggins found a regis-
ton has disposed of his land hold- tered bull that had been missing
ings, 900 acres, near Amercan since last fall. In the manner of
Falls, Idaho. an elk the bull had tramped for
Miss Josie Lavender is reported himself a sort of yard in the snow,
to be quite seriously ill in Port- "'"
UnA hm she has been attending P11. ana erein
Bruce Crawford was here
subsisting on the brush and branch
es within his reach. He was as
from wiM as anv deer when discovered.
Walla Walla Tuesday for a visit at nd ran through the snow until ex
his upland farm. He expects to hausted. Fighting mad. he was a
move his family back soon. difficult proposition to handle.
Mose Taylor is defendant at Pen- Tom's characteristic description of
dleton in two actions for a total of the episode will hardly do to print.
S5.000 damages. He is accused as he isn't in the Sunday school
of insulting Mrs. Elmer Turner.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C Greer and
Mr. and Mrs, W. A. Barnes motor
ed yesterday to Walla Walla pre
sumably for a day of "window
Rev. W. S. Payne of the Metho
dist Episcopal Church will begin a
series of meetings next Sunday in
the Sunnyside Methodist church
north of Freewater. -
Private Alvah Wurzer of Weston
was among the artillery soldiers
Ward Baker writes his father;
Merritt A. Baker, that he is now in ,---,, .miiipraiii ai hh
billet in a wood near Verdun. WESTON COMMERCIAL CL133
war a saw some neavy ngnung in
the Argonne, and on one occasion
was so near an exploding shell that
it covered him with dirt and de
bris. Snow last night and today showed
that old King Winter has taken a
fresh grip. An immediate stop was
RESUMES ITS MEETINGS
W. Porter Beads the Organization-Strain
Invited to Talk.
AIITICIPATE YOUR YAI1TS FOR YOUR SPRIHG SR7IG
During these days between seasons you will
; find time to do your spring sewing. We have
: anticipated your wants and have new lines of
all new and pretty patterns. Note the windows
X and store displays of these goods. We will mail
samples at your request.
New Pictorials arc in.
tion. Others in the party were:
Dave F. Lavender, Charles M. Price,
Frank C Greer, W. A. Barnes, S. A
A. Barnes. S. J. Culley, C. W. De-
Uraw, L. l. u rtarra, w. ti. uouiu,
W. H. Booher, J. A. King, Dark
The Road Bond Executive Conv
mi t tee of Umatilla County has ap
pointed an advisory committee con
sisting of members from each pre
X SoS" wesLand5 viciS; ginghams, devonshires, zephyrs, percales,
Weston S. J. Culley and Clark
Mountain Richard Morrison.
Fairview Trajan Tucker.
More than thirty citizens attend-
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put to the midwinter p owing and aub 8fnce thc 8ummer
as among we ariuierx soiu.en. operations which the open
no laieiy amvea at wrap iwib hafl mt.mracr(.A ,n thi.
from overseas. He
home in a few days.
Mw. Eugene Schnmpf of Athena chancelIor of the KnighU of Pjth-
following guests from Weston:
Miss Eunice Wilsey, Miss Lola Key,
Mr. Roy Key and Mr. Lewis Van
SELECT AN OVERCOAT
Helix Advocate: Mr. and Mrs.
L. Anderson, Mr. L. Nolte of Wes
ton and Mrs. Mabel Daine of Buffa
lo, New York, were Sunday guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Garrett on
the Everett King ranch.
After attending 150 or more
cases of Spanish influenza in the
Weston and Adams neighborhoods.
Dr. W.-H. McKinney is himself a
patient. His is the only case now
reported here, although there are
said to be five new case at Athena.
The flu ban at Pendleton will be
The Farmer Bank of Weston
has a limited number of leaflet
entitled "Destroy Grasshoppers
with Poisoned Bran Bait" which
it will give out while they last to
farmer applicants. They were is-
vacation. Having prolonged its
holiday until midwinter, the club
made up for its lapse by exhibiting
SSK&JE: & It will Dav vou to select an overcoat now. Our
ias, will visit the local lodge next realizing that the town, as it were, ... ,M1 j 1 1 Uv n
Wednesday evening. Tuesday he had regained its commercial soul. A WHlteF IS Still aheaCl Oi USanCltlie pHCC Will DQ U
will dedicate the new Pythian hall The Chautauqua question was JL . , .. mi , i . ii fV. ,mnnv
at Milton. discussed at length. Postponed v consideration. The styles are the best tor young
fHiia Dlcn nna t( Ida
.Aio. r.mn Ttt.i Mm in epidemic, the annual Weston Chau
Tuesday, having been mustered out. tau,ua bJw" U
finally decided to be the sense of
" -" '. " y the club that the session be not held
Notice to Subscribers February as announced by the
iL. x. . , . Elilson-White , people, because of
If this notice is marked it signi- the d of recurrence 0f epi
fies that your subscription expires Aa -n,i;inn. that m.vhf ult
from so large a gathering. The
matter of holding a summer Chau
tauqua was left to the discretion
Feb. 1. 1919. We
renewal. . .
Subscription rates by the
$2.00; six months, $1.00;
months, 50 cents.
The Leader is invariably diecon
tinued at expiration.
men and men of all ages.
You will save from $5.00 to $7-50 on each garment.
W. SLS. Dects Officers
The Woman's Missionary society
of the Methodist church met in bus-
Cued by the Department of Agricul- iness session at the church Wednes-
ture in cooperation with the State day afternoon. The following offi
cers were elected:- Mrs. "H. Wil
sey, president; miss A. carnett,
Mr. and Mrs. Z. A. Lansdale are
now residing in Milwaukee, Wiscon
sin, where' Mr. Lansdale is pursu
ing his work as civil engineer, with
the- Lackawanna Bridge Co. He
was stationed for some months in
Baltimore, Maryland, and was at
. Niagara Falls for three week
prior to going to Milwaukee.
Such is the restorative effect of
Weeton's wonderful climate that
Charley Kelson is able this week to
; appear on the street. Only last
week he was just about all in with
. inflammatory rhematism, upon re
turning from Camp Lewis. Charley
is glad to get back, and - says that a
dose or two ef Weston sunshine is.
; the best of medicine after a pro
longed experience with Camp Lewi
While playing Monday in the
, Mayor Banister residence during
; the absence of the grownups, the
little daughters of C. H. Nelson
and the little daughter of Carl Mo
Connell threw some gasoline in the
stove. The ensuing flare burned a
hole in the carpet and set fire to
the dress of .. Rhoda Nelson, one of
the children. Serious consequences
might have resulted had not Miss
Rene Banister arrived in the nick
first vice president; Mrs. D. R.
Sowers, second vice president; Mrs.
E. M. Smith, corresponding secre
tary; Mrs. Alice Price, recording
secretary; Mrs. E. Lavender, treas
urer; Clarissa Price, assistant treas
urer; J. W. Porter, superintendent
of publicity; Joeie Goodwin, super
inendent of social service; Letha
King, superintendent of eupplies.
It was decided that the members
bring a free-will offering at the
next meeting, February
of the Chautauqua committee.
ine ciuo exienueu an invimuun v
to C. P. Strain to give a public ad- i
dress in Weston next Tuesday even-
ing, under ciuo auspices, on tne 4
roaa oona question. An euorx wui
be made to get a representative
attendance from the mountain.
J. W. Porter was elected presi
dent of the club, succeeding E. C.
Rogers, and just before adjourn
ment took the chair amid acclaim.
S. J. Culley was elected vice presi
dent and Frank Price secretary and
The echools have now -been open
two weeks and the attendance is
practically normal. A' few pupil
have moved away and icveral have
entered since the reopening, mak-
t0 8ppy. ing the attendance larte than be-
vn the pledge. Ihe society will
meet at the home of Mrs. E. M.
Smith and if wtather permits will Because of the intensive work lo
motor out to the home of Mrs. C!ar-e done, parent? are requested to
issa Price. ' give such assistant and en'ourapr
" ment as will cneble the children to
attend school regularly.
Superintendent Fitzpa rick states
that the school building is or en and
warm at 8:30 each morning and
that students who desire assistance
in their work are asked to take
advantage of this time. The great
er part of the high school students
are studying at this time.
I Liberty Bonds I
An absolutely safe invest
ment. If you have money to in
vent, buy Liberty Bonds from on.
If you sell Liberty Bonds, sell
to Uf .
We buy and sell Liberty Bonds.
Any denomination $50 $100
' The quiz which is planned io he
given the latter part of next week
is causing a very studious attitude
among the students.
EWAYS AHMCTIVE WITH 00D TIIIGS TO EAT
Watch for specials each week in this depart
ment It will pay you. "
This week it is the famous Dwight Edwards
coffee, worth 35c a pound. Special for Saturday, 6
pounds for $1.00.
Popcorn that will pop, 15c pound.
Hodgson Mills products. Buy from your, home manufacturer.
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