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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1919)
IT WILL IE WATER STREET
Borrow Moncy-if You Have toand Come to
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ig. Aimiy ersaiy . Sal
YQU CAN SAVE FROAV"
. Rugs, Stoves, ficy
August 1st to 16th Walla Walla's Best and Largest
Furniture Store offers
A $40,000.00 Stock
at much lower than usual-prices. 'Nothing is're
served. Everything goes. - Even such .goods as The :
"Copper Clad"-rThe .World's Best Range and the.
Famous Universal Pipeless Furnace The Most Mod- 4
ern Apparatus for -Heating the Home are included
iri this sale. : " .
. TRULY IT'S AN OPPORTUNrrY-coming as it does-just as we
get another sharp advance on Furniture and Rugs, which are scarce and hard to
get at any price. ' -
DONT MISS THIS SALE-If you need J'urniture, let nothing keep
. you away. YOU WONT BUY FOR LESS. Terms are Cash or Good
Paper. ; . -. ' - . '
The Big Store
Recent reports from Pendleton
swm tq Indicate the practical cer
tainty thnt what in known as tho
"Water street route .through Weston
will be selected by the stale high
way commission. '
So far w known there will be no
disposition to kick or cavil over
such selection, on tho part of Main
street advocates.' The Lradef man
preferred "Main atmt with Iho Idea
that tho town' princlal husiuos
thoroughfare would bo paved from
"curb to curb" if the. highway trav
tred it. . llowvwr, bo will put
forth no effort to overrule the state
commission, uml he trusts that body
will appreciate his complaisance,
.The LoaUr suggest Umt ait at
tractive' sign "bearing this or some
similar- legend, k placed at the
Main and Water strwt sqiiure:
: PRIVK ONB HLOCK KAST
AND UKT A DRINK
- Thin, of course, should be taken
down whenever the. Main atiwt
fountain fo not engaged in fuun-
, -THESU DRY TIM 123 i
TUB AND SHOWER
WESTON BATHS, BARBER
and TAILOR, SHOP
R. L. Reynaud
HOMER I. WATTS
Practices In all Sihik aw) rVderel
Con il .
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WITH MY. OWN HAUL
ING FACILITIES, I, CAN;
SAVE YOtJ MONEY. ;
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ft .u.tn.a mthnittnl flint ft hit
nion. t mm ennanitaewi 1
Kague-busting senators do not want llf S I. KKlif iAKlj I
anything so much as to
Chicago and.Washtngton compel!
tion has come too late to stimulate
the beaten Huns.
Taking a "smoke" , in Chicago la
not without its perils.
- Denny Building ,
Second and Alder Street
- Walla Walla
OFFER IS MADE SOLDIERS
Lapsed Government Policies to Be
Renewed If Desired. ,'
Washington. Dlecharged service
nen who let their government Inaur
tnce lapee were given tho privilege :
of reinstating their pollclea within IS
months without payment of bark pre
mium, under an ordersigned by 8tc
retary Qlaas. - '
The only requirement Is that the
man requesting reinstatement be In as
good health as at lie time of discharge .
and must pay tbe premium fur one
month of grace In which his Insurant
eras continued after he stopped pay
ment and the' premium for tbe month
In which he requests reinstatement
Hospital at corner of Main
and Broad atreetd.
Phone Main 253
l Liberty Bonds I
An almuhitcly fo lnvt
ment. If you havu money to In
vest, buy Lilit-rty UimhI frm 6.
If you sWI Ubvrty Itunds, soli
We buy stul mil Liberty HomU.
Any denomination fW $100
James L. Elam
Walla Walla Waslitngtou
DICTIONARIES are In un by bud
nets tnrai engineers, bankcre,
JiMlgr. arrhitcct, phyiiciana,
ftfniers, trachrr. bbrarlaiu, tler
gyrotn, by tutctuful men mnd
woman (As worlj ovtr,
Art You Equipped to Wis?
The New International nrovtdea
the means to tuccciv It la an ail
knowing teacher, a univeraal ques
If you acvk efficiency and ad
vancement why out makedally
ueof this vast fund of Inform
tion oa MVnlMUrTanna. rrrtm.
aoM llluxliilkuaa. tlolwwt lt
Htpdi aad InaWrsaet t&Cm.
vt at ISwk
Klat u yu
WESTON " LEADER
CLARK WOOD, Peblirtwr"
A BUSOESS MAN'S PRAYER
; SUBSCRIPttON RATES
Siticth In AShtnce ' , '
Tbe Year..:. ..............i.......$2 00
Six" Months 1,00
Thretf Months 0 60
HUDAT, ACS. 1 - . - -
Enlirtd at the peitollict at Woton. Ortgea
'" iteond-tla aail matter.
Regular, per inch per insertion 15c
Transient, per inch per insertion. .....20c
Locals, per line per insertion... ...... ..10c
ment for the loss of three husbands
during the war, and will draw that
amount for twenty years." , " ;
The Oregon Voter shows by sta
tistical dope that "Oregon men
have better eyesight, poorer bear
ing, poorer .teeth, better lungs,
. poorer feet, " much better morals
and much better brains than the
. . . . ... . . BTIftAM Tkiiiiuiiii rmnlAwii atrlk.
average." That when at home down at nignt witn a clear consct- ' - r ''" "
they are in a much better state is a ence without a gun under my pit- Chte.go.-Chlcsgo was caught Tues
.iney are in a mucn oeuer state is a iintW.. h th t. of say by a surprlso strlka of traction
wtA v w iiv a-' vvui aiawaa
Would Bring Soldiers' Bodies Heme.
Waahlngton. To bring home the
A friend of the Leader handi- it lo4,lM ' AmlHT m?1"' ""
... . ... nd marines who died In the war with
the followmg-which has probably ,0ernanr f , bory thom ,n
"been the rounds" , but i good ,cmeterles located In the states from
enough to start oat again: which the men were enlisted.- tS5,ooo,
Teach me that 60 minutea make f00 jwou'di PPreprtatcJ In bill. In
an hour, 16 ounces one pound and ltw1 in tb ' "M by
100 cente one dollar. , Uve Caraway of Arkansas.
Help me to so live that I can lie
Second floor Weston Mer
.Weston, Okkcon "
Notice of Final Acconnt
In the County Court of tht State of
Oregon for Umatilla County,
In the Matter of the Ett of Oe-
wall Thompson Douitlas, Deceased.
Notice ia hereby alven that tho un
dvraiiftied has (I let! ber final account
and rrporl In the almvo entitlvd matter
.and that tho above entitled court has
fix.. J Saturtlity, the 2d day of Auguat,
M'J, at the hour of 10;ou o'clock a. in.
of aaid day aa the time and the county
court room in the county court boiiao
at I'cmlluUm, t'rcgvn, as the place fur
lt..ar!nir ani.1 final account and riiwrt.
. Any ami all pron havinK uMee
tlora or exceptiuna to offer to anld fliml
account and rrfmrt ahuukl make and
'file the same with the clerk of the
above untitled court on or before said
tun. oriiar in prm before said
court at aaid time and place and offer
Data of fiit pubKcation July 4, 1919.
IUkKIKT Fl.lZABKTII HoilllLAS,
Executrix of the lat will and tea la
ment of Utwell Thompson. Douglas, i
decenaed. ' .-
the Silver Lake, Ore
touches upon a prob-
. a a . a i tW
those to whom I have brought pain, company empmyea, wno nou.eo neir
Grant that I may earn my meal sr. . , n
ticket-on the square. . tac ,,n" oy rejected the com-
Deafen me to the jingle of taint- WmlM engineered by Governor F. O. !
Im that 5 K n m,n. n,i;n, monev and the rustns of unho v wwaen in ineir wage couuwBnj,
knows that taKing-' ' . " -Airtm Fifteen thousand men refused an offer
. hold of Mexico will be a lot easier
than letting go, Uncle Sam's fin
gers are itching. : - ; " ,
. "If I ever look her in the face
RlinT mo in the fault at the of W cenU an hour lacreaae.
"A member of the school board other fellows, but reveal to me my
was heard to remark a few days 0Wn. .125,000,000 to Colombia Recommended.
arm- -W . are ' oratftnir firral . jt r. ' .l.i t. ; : . .i Waahlnrtnii w.li'avnrahlA rannrt on
. i " 0 ... uuiue me so uwi tacn nignt .....,- . .-r-.. --
v-iinninrr a -' matnmnnial rtnroflil. . .r .i i.n. Irctv will. Pnlnmhla m nrHMrArl ' L
- . wnen i iook across me u inner uiuie " ' ...... -
With the exception of two. and ao- . ,;a y, 1,1.. today bv tbe senate forelsn relatWns ii
again they'll certainly have to turn parentfy they are mortgaged, every gl-ng TMi wjj nave nothing to committee without a dissenting vote, n
that statue , around,", said a home- miss who has taught in our school conceal. ' A motion to reduce from 125,000,000
coming doughboy: while gazinsTup- for the past twenty years has mar- -Keep me young enough to laugh to 118.000.000. the amount payable to
the w. k. Liberty in New York "cu BV H ve .wlUl my children. - - ,oipm mr w inaruumi raaaa.
cueoecu oim uuKu two ntwuu An(j y(cn come jtne smell or uB"a, x .
year with but one idea in view flowers, the tread of soft steps and ;
ner weoaing puim. , the crunchinur of whee Is out n ' ,
However, we are bound to admit iront, make the ceremony . snort
that raising pupils is-just as essen- and the epitaph simple:
,. . . ,, . - ' Here lies a Man.
tial as teaching them. .
As they have always been blamed
or low prices heretofore, the fact
that the democrats are now blamed
for high prices affords weclome va
riety. . - V ' ...
Although it's in black and white,
With not one "colored brother'
in its midst, Weaton doesn't envy guard or tne maintenance oi an ar-
L. May of .Portland,
Lieutenant Paul B. Wallace of Salem
tnd Captain Ben 8. Flutter of Marsh
field will be appointed members of aa
armory board to have full charge un
der the general staff of the national
on- two beautiful Phonographs
if. taken this month.
Liberty Bonds accepted in pay
ment at par.
Goodwin's Drag Store
What's the country done that JBill the race Problem is growing more Chicago the darker part of Its big m"es throughout tbe state, according W.iMaiV
Haywood, fresh from his jail hair- u...icujw . - lat,on . - . . .. ? "."B"""-W'"wf
lo wur ii anu iiittHe . ... . .... . .,
Nearly forty billion cigarettes Th ifn. ,d,Mi,miUiM.i
cut, is going
had to smoke 'em.
- Portland Telegram prints picture'
of its woman rerorter who flies.
but we'll tay she doesn't look like ' official newspaper in North body.
uaKota mubt oe json-rartizan, ai-
Haywood says the I. W. W. didn't v . ,
TOith r.PrmnV bnt Looks like fatal inactivity to
what Haywood says will not per- 8,1 "innocent bystander" in Chicago,
6uade us into opposing war with
the I.W. W. ,
e made last year, and somebody for s out that thc En. Z" Z
rt amnld i.tn , a. . . . . . . . . ... - . - . . A
icnie victory aoes not yet appear u the organization of the toiiowing units
have made the world safe for any- of nstlonal guard: One regiment of.
infantry, one battalion (four -compan--
, . lea) cosst artillery, one battery heavy
ricld artillery, one snnadron cavalry. -
one company of engineers and one am- i
though by no means non-partizan.
Columbia's gown would be more
attractive without a Mexican bor-
be der. -
Wootiw House, but
attach to President Wlison.
This from '. Capper's
shows that in some instances mar
riage is by no means a financial
failure: " 1
"From Washington comes the re
twrt that a negro woman, Mrs,
Amanda Jones Smith Jackson, is
drawing three $57.50 checks, or
$172.50 a month, from the govern- guished by his color
The Chicago whites are making a
Borah refused to meet desperate . effort ,. to surpass the
Wilson at the White blacks in barbarism.
the discredit does not . 1
Speaking of bad pennies, Chicago
would rather get rid of its black
News from thc Chicago race riots quarter.
is calculated to make us more toli-r- " " 1
- ant of the Russian boIblie iki. "We Are Nt-ar Hell in America,
Says liailway Chief." Clad, that
A human brute cannot be distin- right here in Weston ' we are not
- near enough to-smcll theJirimstone.
f r.l narhf al nHKfitt wind or m
npitoB lor mi SIAMOH 1 mrt
mn imtitttAbttltf, psnll rmlerem.
PATtNTS SUII-O rOKTUNIS If
ton. Our Irvm booklet Ml liow, wlMi to luvvnl
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An attractive new assortment
of Rugs and Floor Coverings,
including the celebrated -
Furniture Store i