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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1919)
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
The Ford One Ton Truck may well be
classed as an agricultural necessity-it
fits into and fills so many wants on the
Tiie Fanner's Thick
It is a reliable bearer of farm burdens, not
only doing the work of several horses quicker
and better than the horse but never "eating its
head off" when not at work. The aggressive
" fanner has only to consider the possibilities of
the Ford truck arid he is ready to buy one We
judge this to be so from the way farmers are
buying them. Truck Chassis W34.10 delivered.
IBEITY AUTO CO.
0. A. Adams, Mgr.
(Successors to Weston Auto Co.)
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Expert dentistry prices reasons- these gentlemen are earnest and ae
ble. Dr. Sponogle. Athena. tive proponents of the bonding
Mrs. R. E. English of the Weston
uplands was a recent guest of Mrs.
Frank Nelson left this week for
his Montana farm, after a visit
with his brother, C. H. Nelson.
Dr. Kennard. the wide-awake
Overland representative in this ter-
ritory, has sold a Ninety T to Mr. paign.
and Mrs. Frank Skinner. . . . ' . '
. J. E. Jones was out in the fierc-
Miss Mary Lansdale arrived Sat- storm Tuesday which he says
urday from Cayuse, where she is ne ever encountered in many years
teaching school, for a week-end visit of mountain experience. The rain
with relatives in the uplands. in the owanj8 assumed the pro
Joe" Hyatt was the guest Satur- portions of a blizzard on the moun
day of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jones tain, and snowing and blowing were
while returning home to La-Crosse the order of the tlay. He could
'from a business visit to Pendleton, scarcely see his team, and the roads
x, d.m. ..,a were drifted full. He could get
Mrs. Margaret Jlabb returned no fafther on hh ,oUte than
yesterday from .Portland .whew she q W8 fied and
has been Iookinj to "turned by way , of little Dry
situation for the Weston Mercantile cnek M 'Tamarack church Mor
v , " day the snow had reached a depth
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Bell, Joe of 45 inches, and an additional ten
Payant and Carl Brandt motored inches is said to have fallen Tues-
Saturday to Stanfield, where Pay- day.
ant's orchestra played for a dance
which was attended by 120 couples.
Income Tax Officers Chamber-
Iain, Davis and McLaren are now
at the postoffice building in Pendle-
ton, where they will remain until
March 15, and will assist income
taxpayers in this county in mak
ing out their returns.
For a cash consideration William
Hass, member of the local meat
market firm of Hass & Sauer, has
acquired a cottage and two lots on
east Main street hill from a bank
at The Dalles. The deal was nego
tiated through A. W. Lundell.
Ruford J. Price, who saw the
surrender of the German fleet while
an American sailor, writes from
he is now a "first-
He was discharged
at Bremerton and expects to remain
In Portland awhile before coming
While taking a furlough on
Washington's Birthday, when the
rural mail carriers were not re
quired to go out, Ray Jones attend
ed the big home-coming celebration
for soldiers at Walla Walla. Inci
dentally and also, he earned tha
title of "professor."
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Bonewitz and
their two sons, who' have been vis
iting the parents of Mr. Bonewitz
at Weston during the winter, left
Wednesday on their return home to
Myrtle Point. Mr. Bonewitz was
entirely relieved of an attack of
asthma as the result of his long
stay in this beneficent clime.
Rufus A. Brutscher, Weston boy,
is back in Detroit, Michigan, after
a long term of army service part
ly overseas as motorcycle dispatch
rider. He writes: "I will be out
West next year because I have been
in 27 states and over the pond,
and from Brest to Paris in France,
and have seen nothing that can
compare with Oregon." Rufus is
at present engaged in road testing
for the Hupp Motor Car Corpora-
v r iu. aj
tion. He was on board the Amen
can transport sunk at Hoboken,
New Jersey, and bad a swim in
... C. P. Strain, executive secretary
of the roads committee, and Dave
Nelson, president of the Umatilla
County Good Reads association were
in town Wednesday on business con
nected with the county road bonds
election next Tuesday. Both of
measure, and their support carries
the more weight for the reason that
Uie motive oi eacn is Known xo oe
a disinterested desire for progress.
They express confidence that the
bonding measure will carry by a
large margin if the vote is gotten
to the polls. Their visit here had
with this phase of the cam-
The Weston Commercial club will
meet at 6:30 o'clock next Monday
evening for the purpose of consider-
-mg a proposjtjon to unite with the
State chamber of Commerce iq ac
cordance with a letter received
from that body."" This matter was
ing of J. H. Price, Dr. F. D. Watts
and E. M. Smith at a called meet
ing last Monday, and the commit
tee will leport next Monday even
ing. Advices from Elilson-White head-
quarters at Portland say that Sum--bein?
mer Chautauqua will be scheduled
for Weston during a week conven
ient for holding the annual reunion
of oioneers. Ellison-White merely
ask that no dates be set for the re-
union until they are heard from
further. They expect to be able
to date Weston up for the early
part of June.
Joe Hodgson, the well known and
popular Weston miller, is now part
owner of Prospect farm, located
eight miles from Echo and celebrat
ed since early years in the agricul
tural annals of Umatilla county.
Mr. Hodgson acquires 1600 acres
of Prospect by buying the equity of
a Mr. Juvenal. He will get part
of the crop this year from 650
Conrad C. Cockerline, who lived
in Weston when a boy, is reported
in Tuesday's casualty list as hav-
ing died of disease in France, He
entered the army from Estacada,
Oregon. Conrad was a son of M.
J. Cockerline, who at one time was
In the drug business at Weston.
at his home in Wes-
ton several weeks, E. R. Davidson
was taken again today to the hospi
tal at Pendleton. Mr. Davidson is
suffering from cancer and other
troubles, and his condition is very
serious, j '
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Harris are
ranch near Hmgham, Montana.
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Mr. and Mrs. L.
leaving next week
Seattle. . .
I. O'Harra are
for a visit at
See me for Tankii, which makes
25 percent more power for your
motor. A. Phillips.'
Mrs. E. M. Warren returned yesterday-
from a visit with her child
ren at Eltopia, Marysville and Portland.
L1cr U on a rash
basis, and positively wanta no busi
ness otherwise. Clark Wood, pub
lisher. . E. C. Rogers ia In Portland this
week, attending a state convention
of the hardware ami implement
Captain Fred Lleuallen arrived
in Pendleton today, and Lieutenant
James H. Sturgis is expected In to
morrow. Mrs. L. A. West of Portland, who
has been the guest of her - sister,
Mrs. It. C. Saling. leffthia
for a visit with her mother at
Mrs. C. H. Nelson submitted to
an operation yesterday at St. An
thony's hospital, Pendleton, for the
excision of her tonsils.
B. F. Barklow. formerly of Wea-
ton, takes possession March 1st un-
der lease of the Myers dairy farm
near Myrtle Point, Oregon.
I will hold a sale of gasoline
lamps tomorrow Saturday after-
noon at my place of business on
south Water street. A. Phillips.
. Mrj. Mary Shick and two dsugh-
ters returned Monday to Walla
Walla after a few days' visit at
the home of her sister, Mrs. 4.
Clarond Rhea returned Tuesday
Endicott. Wash., where he
followed trapping until seized with
a severe attack of influenza, from
which he has just recovered.
Aicx Walker, the well known
pioneer farmer of the Weston
neighborhood, now retired, is recov
ering at his home in Montavilta,
a very gerious sickness.
Corporal Clarence B. Foster bf
Battery B, 38th Field Artillery,
came in Sunday evening irom tamp
Lewis. Corporal Foster was on
duty In Seattle during the big
Exceedingly glad to be with kin
dred and friends, Earl Rose is back
in Weston, wearing a suit of civil
ian clothes. Earl was gassed and
had both the flu and the pneumonia
in France, and doesn t mind lead
ing the simple life for a time
this comfy old burg.
Frank Heam of Great Falls,
Montana, brother of Mrs. H. Wil
liams of this city, and her nephew,
Clarence Donaldson of Oakesdale,
Wash., were guests during the week
at the Williams residence. Mr.
Hearn says that Montana has been
favored by an unusually mild
Iley Winn's lap robe was stolen
Saturday night from his car , in
the Liberty garage, and two youths
of Milton were later arrested by
City Marshal Dupuis on complaint
of the garage manager, Mr. Adams.
The defendants were examined
Monday in Recorder Porter's court
and discharged, the evidence being
found insufficient to connect them
TAYLOR A WINNER
(Weston Ministerial Association.)
Tha ovflncrtsliftf Iff moot intra nnw
conduct(d jn the Saling
building by G. W. Taylor and his
son Paul are a great success from
practically every standpoint. The
preaching is scholarly, Biblical and
convincing, and has made a pro
found impression upon all. The
singing is up to standard. Weston
people are singing the gospel now
as they never did before. Paul is
some choir leader.
The attendance at the services ia
all that could be expected the bid
hall packed to overflowing every cv-'
ening. There have been 25 decis
ions up to date and many others
The topics upon which Evangelist
Taylor will speak for the remainder
oi the time he is here are as fo.
Friday evening Popular Ex
Saturday afternoon at 2:30 Lec- X.
ture on the League of Nations.
Saturday evening Tomorrow,
or the Devil's Day of Grace.
Sunday at 11 a. m. The Mission
of the Church. -
Sunday afternoon at two o'clock
The Price of a Woman. An ad
dress for women only, at the Metho
Sunday afternoon at three
Chickens Come Home to Roost. An
address for men only, at the hall.
Sunday evening Too Late.
Monday evening Amusements.
Austin Bond, a prominent Lisa
countjr farmer, was killed when a
southbound Southern Pacific passes-
... train atrnflr hla aiilnmnhllaL whiph
stalled oa a croasli to Albaty.
Notice, of final Account .
Dm County Crt ef tha Stat of
Omm (or CwattHa County.
In tha Mittt of the Estata o( Jo.
Anton Kedorer, Doevaaed.
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN to
all NfKiM whom It may coneara that
Una raarar, aanrtnlairatHa af tha
. - - J I A a.i . s . - -
kM tM hr flnj recount vnd report tn
tha dmtnLlf-.Uon ( tha aatata; that
tha Count Judr. br ecder mmd an4
entered, has appoints Monday tha
S4lh day af Marck, ISIS, at tan Veto
tn tha foreaaon aa tha lime, and tha
County Court tiouae at Pendleton, Or
afon, aa tha piece whara all tyectlona
and axctpUoM to tha aatd final Aa
eount and Kfort will be hoard and a
settlement tharaaf made.
Dated tMs the lKa day of rabruary,
1919. , Lax A I'BMRM
Will M. Prmaaow
, William S. Nash
Attorneys lor Admaitatratru.
The unmatchable SIX at
Also Cole Eight, Reo and Dort Automobiles.
A- IV. LUIIDELL
7 vyAul ln
or forever after hold our peace on
the subject of Good Roads. The
State is ready, the County is ready
and if we are not ready' we may
lose the benefit of State and Coun
next Tuesday. If you do, the stay-at-home
vote may defeat an equit
able and common-sense measure.
Go to the polls, every man and wo
you, and do your duty
Vote as you please,
300 US xs
(Complying .with the Mayor's pro
clamation, our store will be. closed
next Tuesday between the hours
of one-thirty and three p. m.)
I'Mon JermMe Co.