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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1919)
.1 will sell to the highest bidder at the Hey
:Winn Meadowbrook Farm on Pine creek,
one mile north of Weston, on
February 18th, 1919
fr bolshevik! at Portland, the slam
ww wholly on the solons.
, II 111,1 I llll I
The Oregon legislature has taken
aingular way of thawing it con
fidence in the slate's raiwblu high
way commission when It ties the
SUMMER CHAUTAUQUA IS
IN STORE FOR WESTON
Will be Held Durint Week of the
Annual Reunion ol Pioneers.
Beginning at 10 a. m.
HORSES, MULES, MILGH COWS, PIGS, FARM
IAPLEMENTS, HARNESS, WAGONS, HACKS, &c
One pair bay Mules, 6 and 7 years old.
One bay Mule, 9 years old.
One brown Mule, 10 years old.
' Onet pair Mules, 12 years old.
. One pair black Mules, 4 years old.
One pair mouse-colored Mules, 4 years old.
' One pair Mules, 4 years old.
One pair Geldings, 6 years old.
, One pair Geldings. 5 and 8 years old.
One pair Mares. 3 and 4 years old.
One pair black Mares, 4 years old.
One Pony and Saddle.
Four head of Milch Cows.
Tw'enty-fWehead small Pigs.
.Two 16-hoe Superior Drills.
One 3-section spring-tooth Harrow.
One 2-bottom ltonch John Deere Plow.
One John Deere Mower.
One 5-section wood-frame Harrow. .
Two 5-section iron-frame Harrows.
One 3-inch Baine Wagon. ,
One 31-inch Wagon and Rack.
One 3i-inch'Mitchell Wagon and Rack.
Two Hacks, one Carriage.
One Feed Rack on trucks.
One Hunt Chopper and Wood-Saw on trucks
Three Weeders; ten sets butt-chain Harness
in good condition.
Buggy and straight-tug Harness.
We are not certain
world peace would be
price if Uncle Sam must act m
While the president's away con
gress will neither play nor work.
And now it la a revolution that
has put the mania In Roumania.
wish him few and unhappy
of the inauspicious occasion.
It begins to took as though tho
only thing that will ever really be
Pacific is our well-known ocean.
- Blacksmith Tools, Leadbars, Chains and other articles too numerous to mention.
FREE LUNCH Served at Noon
TERMS: On all sums over $100, a discount of two percent for
cash will be given, or approved notes will be accepted bearing 8
percent interest, maturing October 1, 1919. All sums under $100,
r. . cash in hand. '
M. W. HANSELL, Owner
F. S. LeGrow, W. S. Ferguson, Clerks. Col. W. F. YOHNKA, Auctioneer.
- LEADER BUTTER WRAPS . . TERMS CASH
Sixty (minimum) $1 00
One hundred.................................... 1 35
Two "hundred .v..... 2 00
Each additional hundred......:. 0 60
CLARK WOOD, PMl.hi
Tho Chatuuuqua problem was
9 solved to the satisfaction of all con-
that even cerncd during the recent visit to
worth the Weston of Miss GoKlttteln, Ellison
The flu-potttponed dutes were can
celled altogether ami a contract
waa entered into by local guaran
tors for the Summer Chautauqua.
This Is a more ambitious attrac
tion than the fall and winter brand
and brings its own tent.
The Summer Chautauqua will be
here five days and fifteen programs
" .i ms will be given. The Junior Chau-
Hohcnxollern having eclc programs for the chlldern
..... 1. 1 i i a occur in the forenoons, and each
a birthday, it is In order to i ' ii..
returns entertainment Is provide! for the
No dates have as yet been set,
but it is expected that the event
will be scheduled for tho latter part
of May or the first of June. Tho
annual reunion of Umatilla county
1 1 pioneers will be held the same
We would like to be a bird man, K b promised that Chau.
if only for the keen pleasure of K!? i? V " f ! hI
, , . , , . , tl.e reunion programs. It is the
dropping an aerial bomb on Kernel JntcnUon to ,horU.n these In the
Boyd's sanctum. afternoon in order to allow time for
' the afternoon Chautauqua enter.
Paved Roads Tnroujh Small Towns tainment.
t i i .k . . i A Kuarantee of $700 was given
.Below is the text of a letter of jn order to secure genuine tented
local interest received by J. W. Chautauqua for the Weston com
Porter, president of the Weston munlty. No anxiety is felt by the
Commercial club, from State Sena- fuarantora. 25 in number, that
, n w Rt,. the gross proceeds will fall below
tor Koy w. Kitncr. thU amount, as daily door receipts
"I am heartily in accord with as wel as the sales of season tick,
your resolution asking for the emer- eta count in the guarantee.
gency clause upon the 910,000,000
Road Bonding Bill. I believe that . , , , - .
with our soldiers returning and Report 01 Weston UltVJ
many men out of employment it is The annual report of th Weaton
a real emergency. Branch of the Umatilla County Llbra-
"There has been some criticism ry for 1918 is herewith submitted:
from the smaller towns of Uma- Number sdult books circulated .... nu
tilla county of a bill which I intro- Number juvenile bookscirculaWd.., 7uo ,
duced at the request of the city at- Number mgilnes circulated 214 ;
torney of Pendleton, Judge Fee, in ToU( 3 ji
giving incorporated towns jurisdic- Numb)r Znr"...-. I-
tion over county roads within the Nurnbar books sddl by purchwe .... 43 !
corporate limits. This bill was in- Number books added by girt y..6u
tended to force some people in aECKirra
Pendleton to pay their street as- Cash on hand Jan. 1, 1918 ..
sessments and was not intended to Kecelved from City
interfere with the plan of the Stato Kl"T.f!L??" books
Highway Commiesion for paving JfiZ&ZZZ
the highway through small towns.
The bill will be amended in such a Total
manner as to apply to towns of rxrKNDin bkm
more than 2500 population." - To Librarian for salary
, Magasine luUcriptkme
cxpennea tor nw oooks
a w nmm
t II. ll.iiUlllllaMl
and Real Estate
LIFE HEALTH FIRE
Do you want
It is sa
I CAN SELL IT,
FOR MEN AND YOUNG
OUR NEW LINE OF
SAMPLES A VERY AT
WESTON BATHS. BARBER
and TAILOR SHOP
R. L. Reynaud
. 1130 44
.. am U
.. 18 80 .
.1244 33 U
PATHiX WHOLE WHEAT acd GRAHM1
Yellow and White
'; v.. STEAM ROLLED BARLEY AND WHEAT
CRUSHED AND CRACKED CORN
We will crush your cob corn lor you, or'shell and crush it;
or, if dry, grind it into corn meal.
GENERAL FEED ROLLING AND EXCHANGE
JOE HODGSON - THE 111
Slriclh in Atflwtt ;
The Year .....tZ Off
Six Months 1 Off
Three Months 0 CO
TODAY, FEB. 14. - - - 11'
Eiittrf d Hit ptelfk l Wctlnx. OrcjeR'
m if conS-tiif wtllmiltcr.
ADVERTISING RATES :
Regular, per inch per Insertion ......15c
Transient, per inch per insertion 20c
Locals, per line per insertion 10c ,
Wanted To rent, two furnished To Janitor service.
Inquire of Liberty Auto '""oeniais
,$ 60 40 H
4 00 H
.. 41 93 li
. 7 71 H
.. 10 10
Phone your dray orders,
93, or call at store.
Davis & Ellis
Great latereat Is being msnlfotted
In the Coos bay section In ths bill
Introduced by Representstivs Jonea,
of Lincoln sod Polk counties, provid
lug for an appropriation for the con
struction of a Roosavelt coast high
say paralleling the coast line between
Astoria and the California line, a dis
tance of approximately 300 miles. The
estimated cost of the project Is 15,-
Tola! v 124 18
Total receipts 244 35
Total disbursements 124 18
Balance on hand $120 17
der to be obtained from a federal
source. Arrangements are being
newspapers made by the commercial bodies of
county and the Coos County
No less than 1954
went out of business in the United ' Coo
States in 1918,' and the fact that! 0ood 'k "ocltlol "
l. ,j rit . T . .... ,. ; gallon of representat!- men to Sslera
the old Weston Leader still hves urg, pMM, of th, b1 br
reminds , us of something about, bouse and senate.
"the survival of the fittest.'
ii Liberty Bonds
An absolutely safe invest-
j ment. If you have money to in- J
I vent, buy Liberty Hondu from u. 2
X If you sell Liberty Uonds, soil
We buy snd sell Libertv Bonds.
X Any denomination 150-1100 .
James L. Elam ,
Walla Walla - - Washington
I CASH T.1ARKET
OF ALL KINDS
HIDES. PELTS, &c.
The road bond election notices
have been well posted, and so like,
wise will the voters become by
Not knowing: beans when "the
bag is open is no more regrettable
than not knowing when ' to scJ
Japan evidently wants from
China "the whole hog", except the
squeal, which latter is now being
heard at the peace conference.
, (a beautiful line) .
The proposed ten-minutes speech
es at Salem will be ten minutes too
, long, judeinir from the larce
amount of legislation that the leg-
islature has not yet legislated.
g .. Looks as though Woodrow would
ft rather listen to one House than to
The Russian bolsheviki are fierce
fighters, but so also were the Prus
sian guardsand where now are
the guards? ' .
U There may, of course, be some
u conflict of opinion in our sister
ti state as to whether, when a bunch
;r.VVVVV.V.V.VVV.vi of Washington solons were mistaken
- I have just received a carload of these beautiful 1919 models These
cars have stood the test against all competition and have proven themselves
to be the most car for the money that has ever been on the market. Twenty
eight different models to choose from, ranging in price from $1145 to $4500
Come and look them over, take a ride and buy your car, - "
I also have the BATES STEEL MULE TRACTOR. This mule
doesn't kick or balk. , SOME MULE! Come and look him over and let me
show you what he can do. He is in his stall at the Weston Garage.
:;"r .;'V;; , ' dealer "