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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1919)
WESTON, OREGON, "FRIDAY, JUNE 13. 1919
"fr OREGON NEWS NOTES
OF GENERAL INTEREST
6r oafly 98.
We have gone over the stock and selected hats
that sold for up to $5.00, placed them on sale tables
for only 98c. If you have failed to find the hat you
want, do not overlook this opportunity to secure a
pretty, late-style trimmed hat cheaper than the cost
of the frame.
A flEW SKMHiT OF COSSETS
that1 have been delayed, compris
ing the much wanted models of
THE WARNER MAKE
It will be a pleasure to show these
and be of service to you in supply
ing your needs.
LADIES' COATS-About one dozen pretty
spring coats remain all splendid materials, snappy
styles. We will not carry therrf over. If you have
delayed getting a spring coat you cannot miss this opportunity to secure a
very attractive garment at about one-third the former price. v -
There is an Arrow shirt for every
man everywhere. A shirt that
is as well made as fifty years
experience can Suggest.
Principal Events of tti Wiek
Briefly Sketched for Infor
mation of Our Readen.
Tbe fin I annual rose ibow Was held
In Springfield last week.
Conrad P. Olaon of Portland, was
named code commissioner by Chief
The meat successful wool aala la
rars iraa bald at Condon last week.
About 7(0,000 pounda of ool waa'
Grace E. Garret baa bean appointed
postmistress at Helli and Mrs. Betty
Miller at Hold man, both In Umatilla
The Jtb annual meeting ot tbe Ore
goo Backers' aaaoclatlon will be held
la Portland on Friday and Saturday of
. Brigadier General Brlce P. DUque.
former commander of the apnea dlvt
a Ion. haa been decorated with the
dlatlngulabed aerrlce medaL
- Governor Olrott appointed Dr. John
' Beaaon of Portland and Dr. R. G Mo
Daniel of Portland, aa members of the
tat board of medical examiners.
Mora than SO oeteopatha from ail
parts of the elate gathered at Portland
last week for the annual session of
the Oregon Osteopathia aaaoclatlon.
At a meeting of several hundred
former service men of Lane county In
Eugene, Lane county post of the Amer
ican Legion was formally organised.
Aa increase from fl to fl an acre
foot Is sought by the Central Oregon
Irrigation company In an application
filed with the public aerrlce commis
sion. Nearly 1500,000 worth of liquor has
been confiscated and destroyed by the
war emergency squad of the Portland
police department since February 1,
j Harry Moore, It yean oil of Eugene,
won first prise on his bread at a cook
ing eonteat held In connection with an
achievement meeting of the Dunn
school club of Eugene.
Petkiona preaented by the Oregon
Single Tax league for a constitutional
amendment to be voted on at the 1920
election were approved by Sam A.
Koser, deputy aecretary of state.
C M. Knight, representing the fed-
era! bureau of cereal dleeaaes, has ar
rived at tbe Oregon Agricultural col
lege from Nevada to Investigate the
"cereal dlaeaaes In Oregon, Idaho and
Jire. C a. Andrews, of La Grande,
mother of Bert Andrew, who waa the
firat Oregon member of the Rainbow
" division to meet his death In France,
has been named honorary president
of the Oregon chapter of the Rain
bow division veterans, an organisa
tion which embraces 27 states.
- The Klamath Indians of Oregon will
be permitted to sua In the court of
claims to recover approximately 100,
000 acres of land which, they say, waa
omitted In fixing the boundariea of the
Klamath reservation, by the terms of
a bill introduced in the house by Rep
First Lieutenant Louis H. Compton
of Salem, recently returned from over
aeaa, bringing with him the croIx da
guerre awarded by Marshal Petaln of
Franca for bravery in action, will be
state parole officer to succeed Joseph
' F. Keller, according to announcement
made by Governor Olcott,
. A new Irrigation project by which
j'1600 acres of land will be brought
A under water on the south (Ida of the
X Klamath river, between Klamath Falls
ana Kono is going rapiaiy rorwara.
The water has been diked from the
lands In that section and will be pump
ed on again by two large centrifugal
' Warning Is given by J. O. Holt,
manager of the Eugena Fruit Growers'
association, that owing to tha tremen
dous peach crop In the Willamette val
ley this year the fruit will be market
less unless thinned to a great extent
He declared that otherwise all the
peaches will be small and It will be
difficult to sell them.
A mandamus suit was filed la Ma
rlon county circuit court by 8. A. Mul
key. and others Interested In the or-
to select your
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BUTTER WRAPS at Leader Shop
Sixty (minimum) $100
One hundred 1 35
Two hundred 2 00
Eacft additional hundred.... 0 60
order directing the state banking board
to laaue a charter to the nevA bank or
show cause for refusal. Petition for a
charter for the bank at St Johns waa
filed April II and was disapproved by
the state superintendent of banks on
the ground that no need for a bank
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the car that
both days in the 200-yard
dash (motor dead, driver oh
WESTON PICNIC, JUNE 6-7
Our Factory Quota for 1919
NEARLY SOLD OUT
Delay May Mean
YOUR CHANDLER DEALER
(PHONE 472) ' ' MILTON. OREGON.
TERMS CASH At Leader Shop.
When the fighting was thickest
When the suffering was greatest
WHERE WAS THE SALVATION
He'll say :
"SHE WAS RIGHT ON THE JOB"
And now, back home in the
byways and hidden places
where misery always lives,
where" men, women and child
ren are on the downgrade,
she's still "RIGHT ON THE JOB."
Help H e r to C a r r y 0 n
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