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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (March 7, 1919)
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Umatilla county has always meant
well, but has gotten past that state,
of mind wherein it expected to pave
its roads with good intentions.
Our friend Strain really deserved '
an automoblie, and just look what
Pendleton went and handed him! '
As .to .Cottonwood, it really
wouldn't, but we just reckon it
will have to.
' Tk UWU ia still tlirnuinir fits
over notional prohibition but no
"body cares, as it is only the New
York World. -
Looks as though Congress had
tried to cut off the country's note
to spite Wilson's face.
Weston thought it -would le
leading the county hn it found
it had voted seven to one for road
bonds, but it was only somewhere
' in the middle of the procession.
We do not feel justified in as
suming from an ordinance pub
lished elsewhere that the city fath
ers seek to make of public dancing
a source of public revenue. '
Appropriate is, not the .word to
describe the action or inaction
of Congress. - '. V .-.
The total vote in Umatilla county
on, the road bond issue was 3884
yes, 484 no, or a majority of 3400
in favor, of f he bonds. This was
approximately eight to ' one an
ImW victory. Weston's
vote' of .215 for and "31-against was.
about seven to one-ror 'n l'ne w,tn
the county average outside of Pen
dleton. Pendicton gave better than
a ten to one vote, for the bonds.
The. result exceeded the expecta
tions of the most sanguine bond
supporters, and shows' plainly that
the county's good people were only
PATEUT, WHOLE VKEAT and GRAHAM
Yellow and White
STEAM-ROLLED BARLEY AND-WHEAT .
' ; - CRUSHED AND CRACKED CORN "
We will crush your cob com for you, or shell and crush it;
or; if dry, grind it into corn meal.
GENERALTEED ROLLING XND EXCHANGE . .
(a beautiful line)
;ioss Forate Store I
"wiltins"'- cmn-hensive plnn
to gi on vocont for mm improve
ment. No oiu- figured, on more
than a three to one vote in Weston
far the bonds.
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Wo are beginning to wonder how
badly frightened Commissioner
Thompson vma when ho phoned up
to Weston election day to "set ut
vt"thttt the nmd bond
were in danger, l'tol ably, about
ns much as n doughboy at a dough
If Weston doosn't pave its.fctrvcta
on either side of the new higwlmy,
it will be, in the fix of a country
girl with a new ribbon but an old
bonnet. ' "'
' Speaking of Congress, it will be
quite, a relief for awhile just to
not have to read about what it isn't
doing. ' .
Whoever dance in Weston hoie
after will have "more than the fid
dler to pay.
" The Townley gang is making of
North Dakota a haven for.all except
the taxpayer. - . .
Paradoxically -enough, the road
bonds" were e.vsily carried, although
not without a Strain. -
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An absolutely safe invest
.if vnn hav monev to in-
.... 1..... I iknrlv Itnml fram US.
If 'you sell Liberty Bonds, aell.
go U. '
W e buy and sell Liberty Bonds.
Anv denomination $5 J100
James L. Elam
Walta Walla - - "Washington
Notice of Final Account
In the County. Court of the tate of
Oregon for Umatilla County.
In the flatter of the Estate of Jacob
J Federer. Peceaseil.
-NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to
airpersons whom it may concern that
Lena Kederer, administratrix of the
estate of Jacob Kederer, deceased, has
filed her final account and reort in tnd
administration of the estate; that tlie
County Judge, by order made and en
tered, has appointed Monday the-Z4th
jdxy of Match, 1919. at ten o.'clock in
the forenoon, as the time, and the
County Court House at Pendleton, Or
egon, as the place where all objections
and exceptions to the said Final Ac
count and Report will be heard and a
settlement thereof made. - ' .
Uated this the l!Hh day of Febru
ary. 1919. Lena FkdebCb
" ' AdminibtraUix.
-: Wn-L 'M. Peteiison - ,
Wiixiah S. Nash : ' .
Attorneys for Administratrix.
QM &E CONVERTED
Evansclist Taylor Labors to Good
Purposa In Westoa Vineyard.
The biggest revival ever held in
Weston ckwed Monday night with
a round hundred of conversions. .
" The nuetintf Monday night was
the lurgoat and most successful of a
decidedly successful series. The
congregation was estimated a
450, including some 60 singers In
tint choir ami wtunting the preach-,
crs, 'f course. More people34
in number came forward than it
any prior meeting, and the invita
tional singing was continued until
The total collectiona throughout
K. -ri." of meetintrs. which con
tinued three weeks, were $704.13.
Of this amount the evangelist re
ceived $368.93 and his son 1145.95,'
the remainder - going for expenses.
They .came to . Weston without
asking a cent of guarantee and were
delighted, they said, at the gener
osity of the town's people. Rev.
Geo. W. Taylor was entertained at
the home of Mrs. R. Lieuallen and
Mr. Paul B. TaVlor at the home of
Dr. and, Mrs. F.D. Watts. They
were guests at the family tabhu
in many other households. ,
Part of the time Monday night
..was occupied -with a sort of love
feast, votes of thanks and mutual
felicitation. It. was plain that the
vUiturs 'and the community naa.
victors 'and the community naa
formed, strong mutual a acl
and parted w.in nr. a,.or
goes to Port Angeles, Wash., where
LTwill be joined by. hi. younger
son in conducting a series of meet-
ings. Paul joins another evangel-
ist at Salem. Oregon. - . , .
by R. G. Saling. .
college man and trained the
ologian. Mr. Taylor made , strong-
1 favorable unpress.on , on nia .near-,
ers througnoui. is lecxorc oaiu-
day aU'ornoon on thfr League of N
lions was W"-.A
DURING THE BIG bh.jUS
" tfc. neaca treaty, hev served notice
Paul delighted the people won , -
his work as soloist. and chorus di- " ; . RAI -e
rector. Mrs. Watts served capably GERMANS - .ATTACK POLES
accompanist. Mrs. R. G. Saling ap- - -- .
peared occasionally in beautiful so- Resumption of Hoetllltlea In Poeen
prano solos and also assisted, the VloiaUs Armistice Condition
song service as i iunelof a quartet rosen-Tbe Oermans after three
whose othr members were. Miss.ay, of comparative quiet, resumed
Lois "Porter, Mr. Fitzpatrick and nucks sU along the line upon the
Mr. Paul Taylor.. . - 5 Poles Sunday, accordlnp to report
Ninetv of those who came for- from the Polish-German frontier.
ward expressed churck "preference
as follows: United Brethren, 40;
M. E. Church, South, 30 ; Baptist.
15; Christian, three; Episcopal,
- . ,
Church of the Brethren-Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Preaching at
ii n m C. W. S. at 6:30 P. m
Bible Study, Life of Christ, at 7:30
p. m. : H. Gordon, elder,
'; Methodist Church Sunday school
at 10 a. m. Preaching services at
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Epworth
League at 6:30. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening. S. E. Powell,
TTnitpd Rrethren Church Preach-
inz at 11 a. m. and 8 p,
Snndaw whool at 10:00 a. m.
T.,:.. C V at- 9-ftf) n m ' (;. K.
meeting at 7 p. m.. Prayer meet-
ing Wednesday - evening. E. - F.
Wriggle, pastor. - . " - .
Bantist Church The Church with
a cordial welcome for all." Sunday
school at ten o'clock, preaching at
eleven. Also preaching at eight
o'clock in the evening. ,W. R.
Storms pastor. . ' ,
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TbefTon Go, I Go" Club;
' . - .
A ' number of - ifirls Kathcred at
. i . f . w I '...tvii.i.i van wtnu 0
. - . . . . , ,
ine nomv m,utiu t t.......w
Tuesday evening and organized the
"You "Go, I Go" Club. Anna Lav-,
ender presided as chairman of the
meeting and officers Were elected
as follows: vira Morrison, irei-
lonf- Hnrtnse Baker, vice presi
dent;' Jessie Davis, secretery; Irene
Banister, treasurer; Hazel Duncan,
reporter. -' "
: An enjoyable evening was spent
rI ana for fhl' flub. Do-
Ml lJ Hift, Kisw -
Jicious refreshments were served by .
the hostess assisted py Irene Ban
ister. 'The next meeting will be
held next' Tuesday evening at the
home of Hortense Baker. '
The club, router includes- the
names of Bona Banister, Anna Lav
ender, Hazel Duncan, Eva Lundell,
Vira Morrison, Esther Williams,
Esther Davis, Jessie Davis, Vula
Greer, Helen " Keller. . Lola Key,
Ruth ProebsteL Hortense Baker,
Lela Powell, Gertrude Van Winkle.
TERMS CASH -At Leader shop.
97 etnatort Afialntt Lsagus of Nations
- TMrlv .v.l nf thai!
u iiiniutiuii. w - - --
on the president nd the uec con
ferene that they cannot aupport the
League of Nations constitution la IU
present torm. A resolution which was
tvffowd m the senate by Senator
Lcdce. of ' Maasachuaetts. declared
(hat the loague constitution a sub
mlttM by Presldnut Wilson "should
not be accepted by the Untied States"
and called upon the peace conference ,
to conclude peace at once with the
enemy and reserve the peace league
plan for later "careful and serious con
ideretlon." German Chancellor loheldemtnn Out
London. A news aiency dispatch
rcar4 trom Oerman sources by way
. oll.nd ,h.t Chancellor
gvheldemann. had reataned.
Clemtneeau Retume e leace Table.
Paris. Premier Clemenceau reaura
ed bis usual work and'eppeared to be
completely restored to health. ,
MILITARY TERMS OF .
Paris. Marshal roch printed to
the council of the great powers the
military terms to be Incorporated In
the pf ace-treaty. '
The military terms provide for the
iiturmament of Germany down to SO
. - - n mcrodlM
,n,.ntry and five of
-- - rtTMmt we placed
'''BoMl, ot ... clMW, ot
,'"i.m la limited to the mlnU
'P1" to ,,mUa
""J - terms now before the
s- ?rr..r. s
wr - ,
i JJT - "T C tari
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r- - viii.s
"t t! aaainet tS di
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Germany hss violated the terms of
the armistice granted by the entente
allies In the new attack on the Poles
in the east ,
One ot the specific conditions laid
down by General Foch and accepted
by the German armistice deleg-alea was
cessation of activities In Poeen pend
ing the outcome of the peace confer-
.nee German government oftlclais
... w.lm,. how,er.
tkla atlmilatlon and defied
denounced this stipulation and defied
the allies, as also did the German
troops In Posen. .
: ; Wilson and Taft Confer.
, New York. During' President .Wil
son's visit ot less than four hours In
New York Tuesday, he spoke on the
League of Nations to 6000 persons at
the Metropolitan opera house, held a
Mhnr nrivat conference with Former
President William H. Taft, and receiv
ed a delegation of 20 Irishmen who
.. vi Ih aiihl(
of Mir,ietermlnatlon for Ireland .at
y,, conference, and then board-
,j the steamer George Washington,
which sailed Wednesday for France.
Government Will Retain Railroads,
Washington. Director General of
Railroads Hines announced that with
the approval of President Wilson the
rallroade would not be relinquished l
" from government control nptll thr
" has been an opportunity to see wheth-.
er a constructive permanent program
.i.i.,i ... iivl to ha adonted
Ui I'.f. f "
"within a reasonable time."
' As the boys come back they will find
the girls they left behind are 100 per
cent foyal, . - ' '
''hen the' commissioned man re
t to his old job will the boss do
the snluting?, . . ; ' .
The former soldier must miss being
stared at when be get back Into hi
There wonld hot be half the fun In
life were there no struggle: to moke
hoth ends meet ." ''
But for summer resorts and colleges
more younpt women would marry the
A msn broke his leg kicking a mule
Another reason fos treating Uie sul
toMs with kindness. " " . -
' The feliow who get married to oh-'
tain home cooking take hi wlf down
town for 8undsy dinner.
f : WESTON SCHOOLS ,
Wednesday was vbiitlng diiy i
the eighth ginde room. This gave
the parents an opportunity to picet
the teacher and at the splendid
work the pupils are doing.
t . , ".'
A delightful siirpiU? party was
given in Mb-s Tipton's room rrlday
ufterniHin, tlu wtwion Ining Mil
dnnl King's birthday. Iaul Taylor
ung, after which the children gave
an impromptu program of m
which proved to W very entertain
ing to the visitors. While the deli
rious home made candy and popcorn
were being crVed Clan Mills
amused the children by telling rid.
dies. The party was ft surprise o
all, "for which the children ait
grateful to Mrs, King.
Miss LoveWho appoint Uiu
federal Judges? , " '
PupilThe !resident.Jst wints
his finger at someone and snys,
-"You will fe a god one." t
Mr. Staggs and' Mr. Banister
were visitors last Friday In Mrs.
The children in the third grade
are making an effort to keep th
attendance banner which they hav
had since the beginning of school.
Eva Lundell was absent from
High .School part of this week be
cause of a severe cold. . ,
Kussell Gilliland la a new pupil
in the first grade.. .
t Gail Williams was stricken -with
a sever attack of cold feet when h
attempted to snap ft picture of on
of the instructors in High School.
The Physical Geography clasa Is
making a study of frocks and miner
als. It is hoped that during th
spring they will be able to mak ft
few field trips to procure rock rpec-
imens. : . , ... .
Next week la qui week in High
School. Everybody come.
Ruth Vandcrpool was absent part
of this week because of illness.
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Superintendent FiUpatrlck went
to L Grande rViday evening to
attend a meeting of the 'principals
and superintendent of Eastern Or
egon. He report ft splendid mit
in, with ft large attendance. " State
Superintendent J. A. Churchill ad-
dressed the meeting.
Professor O'Reilly of the Oregon
Agricultural College .was a visitor
last Friday. He says lie is pleased
with our school. . , .- ,
' During the muddy, stormy weath
er the grades are having indoor re
Teases. ' " '
The Bookkeeping and Typing
classes Are now doing real work
and lots of tt.
. OF OREGON DIES
Salom, Or.Jaroes Wlthycombe, fif
teenth governor of Oregon. pl
away peacefully at bis borne. 9S Che
Dieketa street, this city, at 1:45 o'clock
tonight. He was 6t years old. Ills
' death was due to general breaking
down In health that had been coming
on him for months and be had visibly
weakened alnre the strain ot war work
bad fallen away from him, leaving In
Us place a decided reaction.
His death came peacefully after a
day which had been spent In the serv
ice of the state as far as his weakened
condition would allow.. He passed on,
a number of bills and vetoed one.
With th death of Governor Wlthy
combe, Ben W. Olcolt, secretary of
state, automatically becomes governor
and remains also as secretary of stst.
IDAHO AMENDS PRIMARY;
County Offices Only Are to Be Filled
, By Old rn I
Boise, Idaho. After ten years of ex
periments the state or taano gave up
the direct primary system of nomina
tions and returned to tb convention
plan. Governor Davis signed tb
amended new election law which re
peals the direct primary. .
. Hereafter only 'candidates for coun
ty offices and precinct commltteemea
will be. nominated at the prlmsry.
County conventions will nominate del
egates to the stale conventions of th
different political parties and at tb
stats conventions all candidates for
state and congressional offices will b
' Money talks, but the high cost tt
Mvlng ads. - T, ' '
.. America hns few Idle rich. Even the
janitor work a little.
Also war brides now are making th
acquaintance of their husbands.
Philosophy Is a mental crutch to
mnke walking with soleles shoes the
eii -r. '
It I suggested that barbers wear
flu masks and th barbers ought to In
sist on It
DICTIONARIES are In use by busi
ness men, engineers, bankers,
hidae. architects, tiystdans,
formers, tcathers, librarians, cler
gymen, by surcestii men ana
wwmin th uwlJ ever.
Art Yoo Equipped to Win?
The New Iiuornalkmat provide
Hit moans to unM. It is an all
knowlngtuKher, a universal que
tioo aiuwcrcr. .
If you sock efflclrncy and acf
VHitcement why not mnke dally
its of this vast fund of luforw
ewe iiiu.M.it.wM. rfm
Sl.M(.fl'HUl SuUJt. , Ui
Rubr and ladla-rajw taWlea.
i: General Insurance
and Real Estate
LIFK 1IGALT1I FIRE
Do you wont to aell your X
. prvpvi vy i ii in otttwwm
I CAN SELL IT
FOH MEN AND YOUNG
. .. MEN.
OUR NEW LINE OF
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