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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1919)
USE GOODYEAR TIRES
und drive your car with an
(Ford Cure and Ford Si'i'viee)
LIBERTY AUTO CO.
0. A. ADAMS, Proprietor
$ -'4 i . .. - 1
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Vv. y-tmny'- ':
Egg Mash, Bone, Shell and Grit
for your chickens.
BLATCHFORD'S CALF WEAL
for your calves and other baby
stock. Raise them without milk.
In Large Variety and k
Goodwin's Drug Store
Preston-Shaffer Milling Co.
Athena, Oregon Waitsburg, Wash.
Made of selected bluestem in one of the
best equipped mills in the Northwest.
Sold in Weston by
Weston Mercantile Company
lli'y Winn ha ff n lu Winona to
ilo Route m'cI1iik
Wa glvf you honent lime andguaran
to. our work. Wentmi GurnKe.
Mr. A. ('. Mi'ti ha bwn cnU'rUin
inir her Ltrr, Mr. Heard, the t
Andy Jjimoii Iimh bouitlit an attrne.
tlvv irunu iinharil of night aire
mar Walla Walla.
Mr. ami Mm. K. M. Himth rnUr
Uiincit Dr. ('. II. Kmilh ami family
at dinner Turnday evening
Mm. Jonm. Kenlor, ha rcturnmt
from a ililiif fitful vinit of lc munth
duration ut .Si-ultU- and ruillmid.
Mr. J. V. Smith and ihildrt-n of
lliiklfton, Waliinitton. are visitor
at the D. II. Wilwy farm hm.
In the opinion of imultryrnm tur
key for tin- Tlianknclviiii; fi-ant will
retail at cl'iM-to TU cent a Mund.
William Mrltran nd family of
Adam were Sunday Ki.ciil at tho
Krnest Kokh home on Nornw.l lleih'..
It. I. Itcynaud and wife attended
the ArmiitticB relebratiur. at I'endle
ton, remaining all niifht nt the roun
Mr. Ix-cin l.undi'll -han been '.n Mil
ton the iMit week aniintina in cuius
for her mother, Mm. U-anur, who i
D. K. Garret h ft lunt Thurmluy for
Waxhtucna, wliire he ha lioiiuht out
Jewelry tore and will local J per
manently. Mis Vida Greer, axoinji'inieJ by a
fellow elaaimate from Whitman,
pent the week end at tho hospitable
farm home of her parent.
About eiifhty periodical removed
from New York on account of the
prcmen and compoiitoiV atrike.
Many of them are now being issued
from other cities.
Jesse Hart and wife of Walla Wal
la, spent Tuesday with Mm. Sus.-in
Tucker, the visitor motoring to
Holdman for a short sojurn at the
Kd Tucker hmc.
W. L. Rayborn managed the cam
paign for Ked Cro members on
Weston mountain, securing forty-five
name which were credited to the
Dinging for mother' cooking were
satisfied when Miss Gertrude Van
Winkle, a freshman at Whitman Col
lege, joined the group around the fam
ily tublo Inst Sunday.
Lloyd King, son of Mrs. Lethu
King of this city, who ha rercr.'.iy
been in the service of the Uni'cl
States navy, is now attending an
vK'trieal school in California.
W. L. liuyborn has Iniuglit the V.
A. LeGrow ranch which a ljoins his
farm on the went. This increase
Mr. Ray bom' holdings to nearly "50
acres, one of the largest rone'tiei on
Lee Wilson, now lo"ntol at La
Cross, Waiih., still has n kindly fill
ing for our little mountain town, ii
asmuch as ho forwarded n Red Cross
membership fee for each one of his
family,' to tho local auxiliary.
Miss Lois Porter who is attending
Whitman Collego at Walla Walla,
spent Sunday with her parents in
this city. An attractively appointed
birthdny dinner in her honor was a
pleasing feature of Mm horns v'l".
Delegates from Tho Saturday Aft
ernoon Club who will attend a lunch
eon to bo given by the Pendleton
Civic Club November 15th, are; Mrs.
J. Harl Wiliums, Mrs. F. D. Watts,
Mrs. E. 0. DeMoss and Mrs. E. M.
S. A. Barnes, chairman of l'o
Roosevelt Memorial Fund Drive, re
ports that about 20 was subscribed
by local ctiiiens and forwarded to
the county chairman. Pendleton's
quota in this campaign was $900, and
a total of $988.31 was secured.
John Philip Sousa appears younger
than ho did a few years ago, says F.
C. Fitzpatrick in discussing tho con
cert given by the famous band at, Wal
la lust Saturday evening. Tho genial
professor and his wife, accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. J. Harl Williams, mo
tored over for the event.
At the conclusion of tho motion pic
ture entertainment to be given in
Memorial Hall Saturday cfeninr, the
ladies of the Saturduy Afternoon Club
wil serve sandwiches and coflue. Tho '
proceeds realised from tho naio of
theso refreshments will be applied to
ward furnishing tho kitchen of the
At the annual election of officers
of the local Red Cross auxiliary held ,
last Thursday, Mrs. Letha King was
elected chairman for the ensuing
year; Mrs. Bertha Saucrs is the new
vice chairman, while Miss Doris
Barnes was unanimously re-elected
secretary and treasurer. Dr. W. H.
McKinncy was elected director.
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LynchlBi it CtnUalU
Centralia, Wash., Nov. 12. No
names were mentioned in a verdict
ly a coroner's jury which early to
night held an inquest over the bxly
of an alleged Industrial Worker of
the World, believed by some to be
"Brick" Smith, who was lynched last
night after I. W. W.'s, it was charg
ed, fired upon an armistice day pa
The jury's verdict read in part:
"We find that deceased came to
his death by gunshot wounds and by
strangulation caused by persons un
known." For a few hours tonight the body
lay on the floor of the bridge near
here, under which the man was
lynched last night. Later it was re
moved to the county jail. All last
night the body swung from the rope.
F.urly today someone cut the ro,
allowing the corpse to fall in the
river. Later it was recovered and
il rugged back on the bridge. Local
undertaken would not touch it.
Four so nice men are dead and one
of the wounded is in a precarious
condition as a result of the firing on
an armistice day parade, supposedly
by I. W. W.'s.
i ku.o(.i; tiii; un: J
or tiii; aito toi J
Tho automobile top receives the
hitrdest knocks und In most cases Is ft
neglected. It protects you in winter
from the cold Hindu and the rains and
shades you during tho heat of tho ?
summer. Jt Is therefore subject to J
t-oiitiniial wear from the elements. J,
Those rapid rhanges of climatic con- A
Oitions nro hound to dry out the water
proofing properties of the top and
make it look shabby ami faded, un-
Iras given ti Utile attention. . U
An application of Everbright Top 3
Pye will not only make the top look g
new. but will preserve same. Ever- a
bright Top Dye Is used by ull Auto- g
AiauiUa Pr at Weli
The rtdvbratlon held In the even
ing of ArniUtlre Hay at Memorial
Hall drew a capacity crowd of rep
resentative eitizen of the con muni
ty, who were jubilant with an entliu
sianin that wa Kinuinc, and Upli
fted tu the public memory and grati
tude. A i"W liome Home" wa ex
tended to the local men whu served
in the war which wa brought to au
end one year ago, and the rejoii iiiff
wa heightened by the fact that not
one gold star app ar on any of the
service flag dinpluycd in Wrutoii.
Tho following program number
were greatly enjoyed:
Hong by Audience "Star Span
Reading of Governor Olrott' Proc
lamation designating Nov. 11 holl-ly-J.
Piano Solo Henry Craigen.
Songs by Audienre "Keep tHc
Home Fire Burning," and "Th'i
Iorig, lng Trail."
Addremi by Dr. C. It. Smith, fir
mer cuptain in the United State F.x
IHilitionary Forres, who saw service
Song by Audienre America.
Motion Picture "A Kaiser There
Dr. Smith's address was mo in-U-rtoting
and thoroughly enjoyed by
all present, being a recital of pr
miiutl experience in U. S. Trairirg
cumps and in France and Belgium.
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of its merit. Kverhrlght Top Dye and
Cushion Dressing can bo secured from
yrur dealer, who Is instructed to re
fund your money, if you are dissatis
fied with the results. Adv.
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THE VACQUETTE SUCTION SWEEPER
is a wonder-working contrivance. See it at
our store. It is not an electric cleaner but just as
. effective. It is an "every day" sweeper
because it requires no wires, plugs or connections.
BUTTER WRAPS at Leader Shop
One hundred f.- 1 50
Each additional hundred..... 0 75
Tbe Fanners Bank ol Weston
Final payment on Victory
Bonds was due November 11.
Those who have not made
payment .in full should do so