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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (June 6, 1919)
of Umatilla County Pioneers
Weston, Oregon, Jane and 7, Hit
Friday, June 6
nmnnAii measure on the ballot except tho
IUiiIUf! soldiers educational bill and market
road tax bill, which promise to
benefit Umatilla as much as any.
other county In Oregon.
The 113,000.000 drive for Home
Service funds' in ten eastern states
hat been successfully concluded, ae
which one-half is to be rained in
Portland-will be raised in a state,
wide campaign to be conducted un
dor the direvtion of the Oregon
State Elks Association, June 22
10 A. M.
f ..V. Wostnn Pjncort Hand
America,'.'.'.' Audience cording to report just received at
InTOcation....'. Kev. E. F. Wriggle Portland from the eastern head
Address of Welcome Mayor J. M. Banister quarters of the Salvation Army.
Response... President H. J. Taylor Oregon" quota of f 250,000 -of
vocal toio.... .miss Anna vompton oi vwuuiuis wurK
Reading.. Miss Helen Keller
Vocal Solo Miss Bernice Richmond
Reading Mrs. W. C. Howard of Columbia College
1:00 P. M.
Chorus "When Apollo Strikes the Lyre" ...... Weston Glee Club
Vocal Solo-"The Swallows" Lela G. Saling
Address Captain Fred Lieuallen
3 P. M. Baseball.
4:30 P. M. Street Sports and Races.
Foot race, free for all. 100-yard dash: first prise I1.D0, second 75c.
Relay race, four men to team, first 12.50. second $1.50.
Girls race, 50 yards, under 13 years, first f 1.00, second 60c.
Boys' race, SO yards, under 13 years, first 11.00, second 50e.
Centipede race, priie 2.(10.
Quick change race for saddle horses, first $2.00. sertnd f 1.00.
Barrel race for saddle horses, first SI. 60, second 73c.
200-yard dash for frcylinder cars, driver on ground, motor dead 12. 00,
XOO-yard dash for 4-cy Under cars, same conditions $2.00.
200-yard dash for Fords, same conditions $2.00.
200-yard dash, free for all, driver seated, motor running -$2. 00.
100-yard slow high-gear race for 6 and 8-cylinder crs-2.00.
Same for 4 -cylinder cars $2.00.
Same for Fords $2.00.
7lo 8 P. M. Free Band Concert at Pavilion.
produces in the motor thoeo
ideal conditions which cause
it to develop more Power
and Speed, run further on a
gallon of fuel, and really
adds 60 percent to the life
and durability of any gasoline-driven
Box of M Tank II Tablets MOr.
Box of 100 Tankii Tablets $1.00
A. PIGUIPS, Ves ten
Kolict) el Final Account
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon tot Umatilla I'ounly,
In the Matter f the Estate of Mar- ',
tha A. Head, Deceased. J
Notlre Is hereby given thai the un Jj
dersignetl has nled her final account
ml report In the above entitled matter J
and that the above entitled court has
Axed tiaturday, the list day of June, K
HUH. at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a. m.
of said day as the time and the county
court room In the county court houi
at Pendleton, Oregon, as the place
-Ing saki account ami report. Any J rhontT VOUr UrttV OrUCrU,
allubiections to sukl final account U
vo, ur tUll Mb BIUIV.
I . .L....I.I -.l -l ....
or before sskl date with the above en- fj
tilled court. K
laieo at wesion, Oregon, inis sju
day of Msy, 1919. W. O. Kkad,
TERMS CASH -At Lesder sh..,..
The Roosevelt Highway bill ear- r
.Mrs. W. C, Howard riw m vgn oy an ovcrwncmung r
Miss Anna Compton majority without the aid or uma- v
tila county, which shared with three V
...i . r.,. k.. ,i:.i:n. eSs
tion of voting against it. Having
a paved highway built and build
ing, Umatilla was quite evidently
willing to let the people of the
coast counties wait until they can
travel by aeroplane,
Galli-Curci and her husband hav
ing accused each other of infidelity,
who will be so discourteous as to
say that either is a liar?
Saturday, June 7
10 a. m.
Invocation Rev. S. E. Powell
Piano Solo Letah Koons
"Josiah's Pleasure Exertion" Laurel E. Davis
Vocal Solo. Mr. Sigurd B. Nelsen
Rpadinc . Miss Bernice Richmond
Address .Lieutenant Frederick W. Steiwer ccess of the following measures:
.The United States Senate has
adopted equal surflagc by a vote of
56 to 25. Wc presume, however,
that Oregon women, as well as
men, will continuo to exercise the
blessed privilege of staying away
from the polls at an important
State returns so far indicate the
1:00 P. M.
Vocal Solo Mr. Sigurd B. Nelsen
Reading Mrs. W. C. Howard
Vocal Trio "Hast Thou Wandered?" (from "The Rose Maid
en") Mrs. Saling, Miss Richmond. Mr. Nelsen
Chorus Gloria (from Mozart's Twelfth Mass) . . Weston Glee Club
Vocal Solo Miss Bernice Richmond
"Her Peculiar Attack" Laurel E. Davis
Vocal Solo "Villanelle" . Lela G. Saling
Old Fiddlers' Contest
Election of Officers, Umatilla County Pioneer Association.
3:00 P. M. Baseball, Pilot Rock vs. Weston.
4:30 p. m. Street Sports and Races (same as Friday.)
7 to 8 P. M. Free Band Concert at Pavilion.
Reunion Accompanist Mrs. F. D. Watts.
Six percent road
Irrigation bond interest.
Soldiers' educational aid.
Market road tax.
The measures defeated arc:
Five million dollar bond amend'
Creating lieutenant governor
Five million dollar bond bill.
Germania ought to realize that if
the old Mosaic law obtained, she
would now be as blind as a bat and
as toothless as a centenarian.
CLARK WOOD, Publlriiir
SiricIN II AdAnct
The Year $2 00
Six Months i 00
Three Months 0 60
nrxDaT, juxe c - - - - m
Catertd si Iht peitoflxt at Wolea. Orcgoa
f ccenS-clai nll miller.
Regular, per inch per insertion 15c
Transient, per inch per insertion 20c
Locals, per line per insertion 10c
to become dairymen, it is regarded
as intensely practical for all to com
bine animal husbandry with other
crops. Systematic crop rotation
also will be requisite in regions now
fanned largely under the one-crop
system. Sale of forage crops, in
stead of feeding them on the
ground, is another reason for soil
Wheat production in the United
States is close to 15.5 bushels to the
acre. In 1899
In order to live up to his
sensibilities as a legislator,
about time for the average Oregon
voter to learn to see a bit farther
than his nose.
SELLING TEE SOIL
Yes, it Tasstd Off Quietly"
In common with the rest of the
state Weston cast a small vote
hardly 2u percent of normal at the
special election. While several
measures on the ballot were of
it was only 12.4 much importance, they excited
bushels per acre. English growers scarcely a ripple ot interest, hvery
succeed in getting close to 30 bush
els to the acre because
measure on the ballot was defeated
acre because they have a.
UIB DBIIVIB u astvts iuv vv fcw Bl
been compelled in self-protection education, which carried by a total
to give closer attention to the sub- vote of 61 to 43 in the three pro
ject of soil fertility. The issue is cincts- Even the market roads tax
particularly oressinz at this time bil, taxin a" P0! in &e
particularly pressing at mis time gtate wjUj g me,miU , for buHd.
because under the pressure of war ing market or feeder roads-went
demands there has been a tendency down to defeat, 69 to 41, Only one I
to raise staple crops, without much precinct, No. 16, showed an appre- j
regard for soil robbery. We shall ciation of the needs of the coast
need to adopt soil conservation f11" 71LatAve t
Tuic iu uits lujuecveiL n nrwnKV
methods without delay or we shall
The estimate made by a writer in
the Review of Reviews, says the
Oregonian, that the elements which
are taken. from the toil by a bushel
of wheat are worth sixty cents in
the chemical fertilizer market, may
help us to arrive at the cost of a
bushel of wheat, but the knowledge
act on it. There will come a time e na y'
when the soil will become so lean
that even the scattering jipon it of Weston Leader entM uPn
chemicals of the required amount "e M 01 ,u existence with school at 10 a. m.
will not restore its productive ca- lhe comforting knowledge that it
pacity. has enjoyed a long life and all the
There are crops which actually Prosperity, perhaps, that it do
take more from the soil than the Berve3'
farmer receives for them. The
same authority estimates that a ton G"i-Curci complains that her
of linseed cake, for which $31 is husband hit her with a poker as
received, absorbs $34.47 worth of though that were not the Inalienable
fertilizer. But the seller receives Privilege of the "better half" of a
the $31 in hand and does not miss temperamental prima donna.
. the $34.47 until later. Then he is ;
likely to complain that "times are At the risk of mixing the tenses,
not what they used to be; even it occurs to us to say that the anti
with higher prices, there is no Chamberlain crowd are rejoicing
. money in agriculture." today over what they did to Mor-
Tbe dairymen occupy an enviable row.
position in this regard. Dollar for - r
dollar, butter and cheese carries oft" In its determination to keep down
(Tsmaller proportion of nitrogen, taxes while its land goes up no
potash and phosphoric acid than matter what the real needs of the
almost any other crop. While no commonwealth Umatilla county
one believes that all farmers ought has apparently voted against every street, near Main
. Church Announcements
Church of the Brethren Sunday
11 a. m. C. W. S. at 6:30 p. m.
Bible Study, Life of Christ, at 7:30
p. m. J. H. Gordon, elder.
Methodist Church Sunday school
at 10 a. m. Preaching services at
11 a. m. and 8:00 p. m. Epworth
League at 7:30. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening. S. E. Powell,
United Brethren Church Preach
ing at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. V
Sunday school at 10:00 a. m.
Junior C. E. at 2:30 p. m. C. E.
meeting at 7 p. m. Prayer meet- X
ing Wednesday evening. E. F. jf
Wriggle, pastor. V
Baptist Church The Church with T
a cordial welcome for all. Sunday V
school at ten o'clock, preaching at 2
eleven. Also preaching at eight
o'clock In the evening. W. R.
Storms, pastor. t
Christian Science Society Ser- I
vices Sunday at 7:30 p. m., and J
Wednesday evening at 7:30. Water V
we greet you! In the autumn of your
well-spent lives, you have our admiration,
our gratitude. Yours was the task to re
deem a wilderness. Ours is the delight of
living and being in a land that "flows with
milk and honey" the fruition of your peril
and hardship, your patient industry, your
unfaltering courage, your splendid hope.
May peace and prosperity attend you until
the call comes for the last great journey.
o o o
we welcome you! Use our telephones, our
chairs, our rest room. Make our store your
headquarters while in the city.
WESTOfj ranfffliE co.