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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1919)
"Your Car is Ready!"
What words more welcome to
the motorist whose ailing car
has been in hospital? He hears
them with pleasing promptitude
at the Liberty Garage.
Our first care is accuracy of
diagnosis, when you bring your
sick auto to our hospital. Our
second is an early cure. We
doctor successfully all makes of
GOODRICH SILVKUTOWN COM) and SAFKTY
FEDERAL FABRIC and CORD TIRES.
HAVOLINE and MONOGRAM OILS.
AUTHORIZED FORD SALES and SERVICE.
LIBERTY AUTO CO.
(0. A. ADAMS) WESTON, OREGON
J. K. McDunli-l for a bargain
in 40 acre of timber land.
Mr. It. K. English lift Tuesday
to visit her parent at Lebanon,
J. L. Staggn and family left Mon
thly on their return home to Enter
- Earl Olson hiw returned from
Washlucna, and is on duty at the
Thirty-four head of Jersey cuttle
brought a total of $37,000 at a
recent Carlton, Oregon, Bale.
Wallace Miner: !. II. Wilsey
of Weston, Oregon, arrived in Wal
lure Tuesday evening and thin af
ternoon will go to Murray to vir.it
old friend ami view the I'liangcs
wrought by time since the duya of
golrj In the 'HO. Mr. Witney" ia one
of the group that used to In- railed
"the Mother Ile buya," he being
one of the owners of that famoua
old gold quart)! mine from which be
derived a comfortable fortune. Af
ter leaving Murray he made hit
home in Walla Walla for many
years, but now live at Weston with
hi aon, who ia engaged In farming.
The Blue Mountain Sawmill prop
erty conalatingof over 1 100 acres of
good land, a lot of timber and a
good sawmill and box factory, all
for sale. It would make three or
four good farms and the mill ran
pay the whole bill. Three or four
'vountf men wun some rtr vun
Celebrate the FOURTH
Good seven-room house with mod
... . . JUUtlK III tl fW 1M Win
make a bonanza out of this oppor-
sale at a bargain. Terms. Robert tunity it mUBt be sold, and tlC..
Proudflt. m uke th0 whoe tninRi F. i).
Mrs. Oscar Dague and children of Watt.
Walla Walla were recent guests at Gad, antlcl)BUng lhe sport to
the upland home of her sister, Mrs. come an aut()raobie party conhiat
J. M. Wroe. jng, o fcjarvin nn(i Claud Trice,
Mrs. Mary E. fleet ra left Wed- (itorge Winn and Perd Mcliride
ricsday for a vUit with her daugh- left Tuesday via the Toll fiate
ter, Mrs. Xantippe Fcnnimore, at route for Wallowa lake. When
Cello, Wash. they get through with their pisca-
ui - u,i,- u.r,.v i. i-ovincr torial pastime, the few fish left in
Misa Wilma Harbour is leaving ' .. . . .
today for Monmouth to attend sum- "a"0" lake W1" Ieel Preu ,one
mer normal school. Miss Thelma me-
Anderson leaves tomorrow. There Is nothing worse than bad.-
.... ... . iif foul smelling breath; get rid of it
tit I Mil'' i 0. W v.
UBOR OPPOSES DRY LAW
amusl Qomptri Hds Damonttra.
tlon at Washington.
Washington. 8ral thousand rep
rantUa of organised labor, hasd
4 by Bamual Oonpera. president of
lha Amarlcan rtdamtloq of Labor,
participate la a flat day labor dem
onstration held on tha steps of lha
capltol Saturday in favor of tha rapaal
of tha wartime prohibition law and
sumption of baar and light wlnaa un
der tha national prohibition amend
ment. Charting Invasion of tha right of
parsonal liberty, solemn warning waa
aoundad that If abaoluta prohibition la
allowad to bacoma effective on July I.
wldaapread unreal throughout tha
country will ba tha result.
Wlaeensln First ta Ratify tuffrsga.
Wsahlngton. Wisconsin goaa down
In hlatory aa tba first atata to ratify
lha woman auffrags amendment Tha
atata department aattlad all dlaputea
over lha quaatlon by officially notify
ing tha national woman suffrage ssso
elation that Wisconsin bad captured
tha bonora by completing all formali
ties attandsnt upon ratification before
any other atata. Illinois bsd clslmed
Butter Wrap orders prompt
ly filled at the Leader ahop.
Lsbar Asks Recognition For Ireland.
Atlantic City. N. J. A resolution
urging congreaa to recognise tba Irish
republic and recommending that rep
resentatives of tha Irish republic ba
given a hearing at tha Parla peace
conference waa adopted by lha Amer
ican Federation of Labor In conven
tion here. The memorial placed Amer
ican organised labor aa being In favor
of eelf determination for-Ireland.
returned from a motoring trip to
North Yakima. Mrs. Wurrer's
father, Mr, Bischoff, accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Smock re
turned Wednesday from their Port
land jaunt, well pleased with the
Rose Carnival and other metropol
Mrs. Mark Henderson and daugh
ter. Dorothy are visiting relatives at
Dayton, Wash. While there Mrs.
Henderson will receive
for heart trouble.
Mrs. Cola Carlile of Ogdun. Utah,
who has been visiting relatives in
Weston, left Sunday for Pendleton,
where she will be the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Milliard.
Word was received here yesterday
that Major J. W. Ingram, brother
of Mrs. Robert Proudfit, had landed
in New York, after serving a year
overseas in the 90th division.
Mrs. Sarah McDougal and Mrs.
for your friends sake anyway.
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea
will clean and purify your stomach
and bowels; your breath will be
sweet, your disposition improved,
your friends increased. 35c. Tea
or Tablets. H. Goodwin. Adv.
Trajan Tucker was in town the
other day and said he was reveal
ing no secret in saying that rain
would be most welcome in the
mountains. Grain crops are not
vet suffering, however. Trajan
treatment etill thinks well of potatoes, having
planted 100 acres to this vegetable.
The Quiet Life (or Him
Private Ward F. Baker of the
128th Field Artillery, 35th Division,
arrived the other day in Weston to
visit his father, Merritt A. Baker,
and to see the old town again after
an absence of seven years. Ward
was nearly a year overseas, and
wears two gold service stripes.
Ward first wived in the Vosges
mountains uhnro the 1 ?K t h tt'HS rp-
Rebecca Culley are comfortably es- ieved by th(? Frenchi afterward go
ing into reserve at St. Mihiel. He
1 on two beautiful Phonographs 1
if taken this month.
Liberty Bonds accepted in pay-J
ment at par. f
Goodwin's Drag Store
Preston-Shaffer Milling Co.
Athena, Oregon Waltsburg, Wash.
'Made of selected bluestem in one of the
best equipped mills in the Northwest.
Sold in Weston by
Weston Mercantile Company
tablished at Camp McDougal for the
summer season. Mrs. McDougal'a
big boys made camp for them.
K. G. Lucas has returned from a
business trip to Shoshone and Boise,
Idaho. While at Boise Mr. Lucas
was the guest of Acting Governor C.
C. Moore at the Owyhee hotel.
J. E. McDaniel has turned an
other deal in Weston mountain real
estate. He sold this week 160
acres of timber and pasture land to
William Shannon, a Helix farmer.
Contractor Fred Pittman and his
small but industrious force are
making good progress with the
new steel water main on Broad
street The American doughboy
has nothing on them in trench
A meeting of the Weston Stock
men's association was held here Sat
urday to arrange for cutting trails
In the mountains to the different
salting stations where trails are nec
essary. The members decided to do
this work themselves.
"Red" Rupert, who escaped
some three months ago from the
state lime plant near Gold Hill,
Oregon, after being convicted of
the theft at Portland of $19,000
worth of Liberty Bonds, is said
to be an officer in Villa's army.
Dave Lavender has been heard to
murmur even shout that he
doesn't like "baching." The first
stack of hots he constructed he
couldn't consume himself, so he
threw them Into the henyard. Now
he says his chickens all have dys
pepsia. Mrs. J. W. Porter and Miss Lois
Porter were In Walla Walla last
was alterwara in ine Argonne,
where his regiment saw its hardest
fighting. He was lucky enough to
come out of this fierce mix-up with
out a scratch, although several
times covered with dirt sent flying
by big boche shells. After the Ar
Konne the 128th was sent to the
Verdun front, where it was sta
tioned when the armistice was sign
ed. Now thut he is here again,
Ward expects to stay around Wes
ton awhile and take part in the in
dustrial life of this neighborhood.
He says he doesn't object to the
quiet life after hearing the Ar
gonne guns a-rooring.
Notice to Water Consumers
Irrigation is permitted only be
tween the hours of six and seven
p. tn. In all cases where consum
ers are found to be violating this
rule, the water will be permanent
ly shut off at the main. Irrigation
will be discontinued after July 1.
FRED G. DUPUIS,
Saturday, June 21 The big, ten
reel spectacular screen epic, "JOAN
THE WOMAN," with' Geraldine
Farrar in the title role, supported
by an elaborate cast, embracing
sensational scenic effects the pic
ture you'll always remember.
For the convenience of women
and children who do not wish to
remain un lute for the two nicht
the Whitman Col- show, and all who may desire to
take advantage of Matinee prices,
10c and 25c, the Matinee will begin
promptly at 8 o'clock in the after
noon. Night shows at 7 p. m. and
9:15 p. m.
The Standard will present Julian
f .JJ I..J i- tm.... the first time In Athena. He will
UirilCIU UBUU 111 JLiluvvr wuvii iitra
lege commencement, Miss Porter
has accepted a position at the Book
Nook, where she will remain until
she matriculates at Whttnam Col
lege in the fall. : t " "
Jim Jones and Peter Haas went
out Sunday after the four bear that
the Olinger place. Luck was not
with them afw they found no bear.
They saw many tracks, including
those of a monster cinnamon.
M. M. Ingram and family of
Satus, Wash., have been visiting
the Robert Proudfits and " accomp
anied their hosta to the Umatilla
river Sunday on a fishing excursion.
Mr. Proudfit filled a basket with big
rainbow trout, but candor compels
the statement that Mr. Ingram was
not especially successful.
appear In "The Widow's Might,"
supported by a Paramount cast
which produces the picture with
Paramount thoroughness and de
tail. The program includes a K K
comedy and the Pathe Weekly.
Wednesday night, June 25, an
exceptionally clever and beautiful
screen favorite Bessie Barriscale,
Mutual's favorite star will be
seen in "All of a Sudden Norma."
Lloyd two-reel comedy. All night
shows at 7:30 and 9:00.
A COUNTY - WIDE
ays July 4-5
COME AND BRING YOUR WHOLE FAMILY
TREAT THEM TO THE BEST TIME THEY EVER HAD
SOMETHING DOING EVERY MINUTtT
IT'S GOING TO BE THE GREATEST CELEBRATION
EVER HELD IN PENDLETON
EVERYTHEIG ABSOLUTELY FREE
DANCING -BASEBALL RACES and GAMES
Patriotic and Sensational Attractions!
LOTS OF MUSIC
It's your celebration-be sure to come
Let's Go! Let's Go!
FINE FARM FOR SALE
210 acres, all hog-tight fence,
running water in every field, 8
room house, 3 barns, chicken cor
rals, garage, fine shade trees, rural
route at door; near school house;
63 acres to alfalfa, balance to
spring and fall grain except about
20 acres; altitude' 1600 feet, rain
fall about 25 inches; $65 per acre
including crop, or ?50 without;
good terms. It is an ideal home and
will bear investigation. Good reas
ons for selling.
. Notice of Final Account
In the Countv Court of the State t
Oregon for Umatilla County.
In the Matter of the Estate of Mitr-
tha A. Read, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has fill her final account
and report in the above entitled matter
and that the above entitled court hits
fixed Saturday, the 21st day of June,
1919. 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 house
at Tendleton, Oregon, as the place fr
hearing said account and report. Any
and all objections to said final account
and report should be made and filed on
or before said date with the above en
Dated at Weston, Oregon, this 23d
day of May, 1919. W. O. Read,
Ask Your Boy
When the fighting was thickest
When the suffering was greatest
WHERE WAS THE SALVATION
"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 Her to Carry flu
THE SALVATION ARMY HOME SERVICE FUND
June 22 to 3