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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1919)
LEAGUE OF NATIONS
Ex-aergctmt Floyd Corporan u Tlir I R n AT THC
i - 4 in Weston this wk. visiting hi. ItiL A 0 U Ul Ink
Tl'tlhl I IVV j aunt, Nr. Amy Suiter, wwr
X lisVL I 1 1 Un) X finding the summer nrar Baker,
J Oregon. He goe soon to business
college either at linker or at O. A.
. C. Floyd is currying an imperial
MissWilma Harbour haa begun ruble iwU mailed him by an army
teaching In a country school near rhum who ia ecrving with the
Pendleton. United State force in Russia. As
he will hav to travel too far to
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Burbank, Wah. w guests during "dwlt,h I" ngra tu latmg hi
the week at the J. R Jones mi- H that he will never U broke.
Mr. and Mr. Thomas Brae and
y DR. FRANK CRANK.
1. What I th Lg r Natl?
A. A union of tbt atrval civilised
aatlona formed at th conclusion of
tb great war.
L What la Its bjtf
A. First, to promota th Teac f
th World by agreeing at to reeort t
t n, r ii Smith Km! famitv have their two cniuiren nave arnveu in war. peoomi, iq i
VaJSSSS Wton from ( IVrry count,. Mi XT
riKW "ur, lu niaai: urn iimhv. luini. in inn.
They are frienda of Mr. Smiley ami Fourth. t wprt la all "saner of
tKn IVak Kvn nthiT fnttvl Mimour- miimah poorer-. '
J. H. .Gordon and family are leav. jtni wnom Weston haa gained as 1 De It preeom t end warf.
ing aoon for Nirth Yakima, where cjtjuiw nj who have found climate A. No more than any government
Mr. Gordon has purchased an ir- nJ conditions satisfactory here, can mt crlm. It elalina t reduc th
rigated tract. "Welcome to our city." Mr. Brace
' E. R. Hall is keeping in line with says the country between Pendleton
local progress by putting " a new and Weston looks just about the
roof on his blacksmith shop and best of any he has ever aeen.
wagon factory. W E. Lytic, former sawyer at
the Blue Mountain sawmill and al
ways a good friend of the Leader,
writes as followa from Midvale.
Idaho; "Enclosed you will find
check for $2.00. Could not get
OF ALL KINDS
HIDES. PELTS. &c.
, CIGARS ,
Phono your dray orders,
93, of call at store.
Davis & Ellis p i
M Real Estate
LIFE HEALTH FIRE
to soil your
it ia salable
Do you want
property T If
I CAN SELL IT
Mrs. P. T. Harbour returned
Monday from Walla Walla. En
couraging improvement is reported
in her condition.
Miss Anicc Barnes and Miss
Thelma Anderson have gone to
Homestead, Oregon, Baker county,
where they have teaching positions.
Mrs. Herman Curtis of Colfax,
Washington, is visiting, her grand
mother, Mrs. Mary Banister. Mrs.
Curtis was formerly Miss Llnie
Creighton, a graduate of the East
ern Oregon Normal.
The Weston upland has raised this
season a fine quality of Marquis
wheat, which commands $2.25 per
bushel in the market. The best
upland crop in point of quality was
produced by Mark Henderson, with
Marquis wheat testing 62 pounds to
The Weston Leader takes
pleasure in announcing that
Mrs. H. Goodwin Jias con
sented to serve w'assistant
editor of this paper, and
after October 1st will take
supervision of the local field.
The undersigned will con
tinue in editorial charge.
liability of war.
4. What will be t aay MtlM
that make wr?
A. It will b boycotted and other
Win penalised. "
. Hay Im will th probability H
war b lessened?
A. fly voluntary, mutual and pro
portional dUarwaroent ; by ivbH
Ini military Information, by prolillng
for arliltnulon, by protwlliif cb na
tloo'i territorial lulesrlty aad by edu
cating public ciuloo to ae th tolly
t. What l tfsM th Laau pr.
pot t d for Mankind?
A. (1) Seeur flr trmtrarnl for
(2) suiirM th Whit 8It
Tnme, th al of lnerona
Drug, and th traffic In War
:t) control and pmwit Disease,
H) promote th work of th Itrd
(9) estahUnh International
reaus for other Cause that
Satoclay, the 1 3th
THE FIRST SHOWING OF THE SEASON AND AN EVENT OF
MORE THAN ORDINARY IMPORTANCE IN MERCHANDISING
We have assembled for this event a most elab
orate showing of millinery. Mrs. Rabb has spared
no pains toselect for her trade the season's newest
creations, beautiful in design and trimmed in accord-
O. A. Adams of the Liberty Auto along without the Leader. Crops
t i Ml. 1 V i Al rf . ... ... k
are not mucn mis year, we nave
not seen one drop of rain since the
2Gth of March. Our wheat went
about seven bushels and hay about
three-quarters of a ton to the
Co. is marketing the products thaC
made Henry Ford and Detroit fa
mous about as fast as the factory
can supply them. He has just sold
a Ford touring car to J. P. Lieuai
ten and a Ford truck to C.
Without a drop of rain since the
Mrs. Rebham, housekeeper at cr7p was planted, reports the usual
Meadowbrook farm, drove" a Ford y (or perhaps unusually) reliable
car through a barbwire fence Fri- Athena Press, W. E. Kern has elev
day evening, near the Mrs. Price en acres 0f com 0n the Hank Cap
farm. Rain had just fallen, and tjie jjnger piace which will yeld 35
road was slippery. Only the fence bushels per acre. Like precipita
was harmed. The Ford couldn't tion conditions would mean a crop
be hurt and its driver wasn't failure back in Iowa ot Kansas.
Different here, where corn as well
as wheat matures on winter mois
ture alone. .
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Woods of
Walla Walla motored over to Wes
ton, and Anson was a very welcome
caller at the Leader office. He left
a pleasant feeling of opulence and
took away our autograph. Mr. and
Mrs. Woods have lately been taking
a swirl through the upper country.
around Lewiston and Moscow.
They spent a couple of days with
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Woods at Lew
A cordial invitation is extended
the public to attend a reception giv
en in honor of the Weston School ,
faculty, under the atisoicea of the
Jim Jones and Charley Pinkerton Saturday Afternoon Club, at Soci
went hunting recently in the region ety hall Saturday evening, Septem
of Toll Gate. Each had a mark at ber 13. at8 o'clock. This will be an
a range of about 400 yards. Each opportunity for the community to
presented the Leaders sporting welcome our splendid corps of
editor with the hunk of venison that teachers and spend an evening to
has been promised him for lo, these gethcr in friendly association,
many years, and we are going to say
' ance with fashion's latest demands, marking them
concern th human rac.
7. Wh ar to b Charter Member
f th Lagof
JtiSiSXl 22. OrSt X at the zenith of the art of millinery. It is our de
RiAt;rS4 f sire to serve our customers to the best advantage
Cie,he.8lor.kl.. Eucador. Franca. 'Un ofrlJ rrk eVin11 cnll thnca Kooilfi'fnl Uofo fU
Oreece. Guatemala, Haiti, HmiJ.i, v pUOOlUlC; twill vvi OIIUU 3VH bitvov Jccii lui liuw v11 tuv.
margin of profit. We do not have heavy
stocks to carry over; we can sell for less than ex
clusive stores, f and our prices will verify this
Mrs. W. A. Wood of Gold Beach,
Oregon, motored to Walla Walla
Saturday with Mrs. V. H. Chastain
of Ferndale to visit Mrs. L. M.
Funk. It was the first time all
three Jiad been together since
their school days in Weston, and
they made the most of the occa
sion. ; . :;
Eugene L. Wells has leased his
place on Basket mountain to Sam
Key, one of the mountain's largest
farmers. Herman Wells, who has
been running the Wells farm, will
operate a drag saw near Blue Moun
tain sawmill for the manufacture
of 16-inch wood, while clearing 40
acres of timbered land.
11, Rumania, Serbia, Slim, Uruguay
and tb following state which ar In
vited to accede to th eorenant : Argen
tina Republic, Chill, Colombia, Deo
mark, Netherlands, Norway. Paraguay.
Persia, Salvador, Spain, Sweden,
1 What ether nation may Joint
A. Any self-gorernlng Stat which
will art to tb rule ot th Ltagu.
provided the Leaftae accept. It . -
. What Aoenelea will th Uagu
navf . ... .
A. (1) An Assembly, composed ot
representative of all tb
(2) a Council of Nina,
(3) a Secretary-General,
(4) a Mandatary Commission, t
look after colonies, etc,
(5) a Permanent Conmlulon, for
(6) varloua International Bu
reaus; such as tb Postal
10. What la a Mandatary
A. Some on nation designated by
lb League to attend to the welfare of
"backward people residing In colonies
of tli Central Empires, or ln.terrl
torle taken from them." Tbl. Is lo b
a "sacred trust." and In selecting a
mandatary tha'wtshe of t people
of th area In question shall be tb
It will always be a' pleasure to show merchan
dise and we invite yotfto visit this department.
that both were successful.
Just received direct
from the factory a
ment of the famous
Be sure to see them
before placing your
Blackheads, blotches and pimples
are generally caused by the im
proper action of the bowels. Hoi
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea regu
lates the bowels, cleans the stomach,
clears the complexion from the in
side nature's way - "Get that
healthy, happy look." ' II. Good
Beginning Tuesday, 'September
23, the tegular show nights will be
Tuesday, Thursday, . Saturday and
Sunday of each week. Tuesday
nights will be given over to a new
series or Northern and Western
pictures, Thursday night will take
care or the present Wednesday
night program, and Saturday and
Sunday nights will be given to Art-
craft and Paramount pictures, as at : any Treaty we please.
uee tn .gu mean a buper
A. No. It Interfere In no way with
any Nation's Sovereignty, except to
limit Its power to attack other nations,
12. Can any Nation withdraw when
A. Yes. The League Is Advisory
and Co-operatlre, not coercive.
13. Doe th League put Peace abov
Justice and National Honor?
A. No. It pula Season befor Vio
14. Doe not th League take away
th Constitutional right of Cengres t
deelar wart -
a A. No. Th Leagn can advlM war
Congres. alone can Declare war,
15. Dee it destroy th Monro Dee
trlneT . -
A. Exactly tli contrary. For th
first llnie-ln history the other nation
recognize the Monro Doctrine; and
extend It to all the world.
16. Doee It not interfere with Treaty
Making fowera of th United States?
A. No. It Is a Treaty. W can mak
(J. D. Whitman)
Milton - - . Oregon
For tomorrow night, William
S. Hart appears in "Wolves of the
Rail," with the usual -Sennett
Sunday night, George Btban
comes in "Jules of the Strong
Heart." Pathe Weekly and two
reel L-Ko comedy.
Wednesday-rThe last regular
program picture before going over
to Thursday night, will be the great
Hayakawa in "The Temple of
Dusk," and a two-reel Lloyd
Special The big monthly feature
picture of nine reels for October,
comes on Wednesday, October 1.
On that date "The Auction of
Souls" will be presented.
17. Would w hive had tha Great
War If w had had this League?
A. No. That War cost the world
over 7,000,000 lives and 200,000,000,000
dollars. ' ;
18. Of whst Importance I th
A. It is the greatest deed of man
kind In tb history of tb world.
19. Ha net anyone a right to eb
Jeet to the League?
A. Yes. Tbl. Is a free country. Any.
one has a right to any opinion be
20. Why Is th League so bitterly
opposed by a few?
A. Because, unfortunately, any
Treaty or League must he made by th.
President, and a President Is chosen
by a political party and many mem
bers of the opposite Tarty think the
must decry whatever a does.
NEW FAZX COATS You have been looking for , these and won
dering what the style and the price would be. They are here, despite of
strikes and labor shortage. We bought early and have an advantage not only
in delivery but in price.
The new coats are dreams of elegance rich plushes with big comfy
, collars simply trimmed with buttons, j Many of them are short, yet the long
'coat continues the favorite. ,
The cloth coats are to the front this season; the material is both pretty
and serviceable and the models just what you have been wanting. The trim
ming of buttons to match the silvertone, brown, taupe or the varied shades of
blue presents a very striking appearance. - " , ' "
Our prices are lower than in the city, ranging from $19.50 to $75.00.
Many splendid things at $25.00 to $35.00. An assortment of misses' and
children's coats, priced from $7.50 to $20.00. , , 4