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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 23, 1920)
months, 60 cents.
The Leader is invariably diseoti
tinued at expiration.
Mutt and Jeff and Lloyd' comedy
For Sale Wall telephone. In
quire at this office.
MiM Ella May Harmon of Pendle
ton spent Monday in Weston as the
guest of Mrs. H. Goodwin
Clarond Rhea, the mountain
per, to forced the other day
hit ranch doff, having found
amicreu.w.w. nju.v,,,,... jllstruvtions are to put the patient to
The highway crew atationed at Uh) aimm;sttr , cathartic and en
Weston under Foreman Barber began f (j((jot jn t(jtf hoU!loiu,,ti having
work again this week near town, the pKnty of frvsh air but I10 ,jrauBit.
mild weather having; permitted re- Symptomo 0f the tlu are thills, fever,
newal of operations. sonj ront, weakness, discharge from
Miss Lois Porter came over from niv,e headache, couch, vomiting, tlis
Whitman college Saturday to spend turbance of digestion and aching
the week end with her parents, Mr. jnlbs. To prevent spreading of the
ami Mrs. J. W. Porter. Miss Porter flu muon cnn h avoided by fumigat-
HOW tO Kill Wild Mornllll Glory believee to ba an ffctlv method of plo procoaa, Is forced under pressure
Wild morning glory i. found In destroying wild morning glory, and Into the oil at depth, appmntll '
patehe. on many of the farms In this th. following relative to it Is taken ndent to kill eonip etely th. morning
county, and thi Immediate vicinity twnx tha Washington Stata College glory root and buda.
is not free from thi most destructive ouuetin: f - 'Yt " :"Jl
The W. It. & carnival which took.v,eod. "Tha de.tructlv. wild morning 1" L
......- i, l. .- j vlorv. the inruad of which III aar cul ruullu "
i WESTON. SCHOOLS J
Notice to Subscribers
If this notice is marked it signi
fie that your subscription expires
Feb. 1, 1920. We would meet
gratefully appreciate jour prompt
Subscription r.te-by the year, rVr'lSZ" "rt l" 7 V. uiu Vf th. No thwost has test, to demonstrate th. efficiency of
months, tl.uu; um-e : ' more or .es. .e .,.,-.. . . in nnmx. the process; h now i. dtvUIng with
IH'st. a numDcr or carioatu oi sail ' : " 1 the aid of a manufacturer port-
has been used by farmer. In thi. lo- "cut wheat men .Undlng off.r. of .M o J
have rtm 0UU to fis.uuu jor we aiernv - - -
!u. ery of a sure and practicable meal... Ml f th m,rnln
1. 1..'.. ... i.... " C ... i i .ii ,.f .lostrovtnr this hitherto uncontroU slory ,ul ,n
n liKV vi.pw.i ah iiimnmea w nviv u, -r--
place January Id was a divided nov.
city in the way of high school ent
tainment and was enjoyed by all.
The licit five managed to hang up
a score of 28 over Weston's 19 in a cnlity and some of them still
fast came of ba.skct ball played on wild morning glory in their flelds.
, . ii : i....:.... the Kh'uI !liur I'rulav.
..... - ... ... . .,,.,.i .i, M.-,,i., M...I ll i,.r,v,l v.rti.i I if., u killml ,l it takes lame wecii, na received in voiumoia
trap- ' A ' ''..TV ... that the Mliall.ai.e.l Weston nlaver. coiisi.ler.blo time to reirain the nro- county, Washington, what look like a p
to kill .li.l M,l...uli.llv nirainst h.-avv odds In .Iminir i.rom'rtiea of the soil, and fre. knockout, according to rec.nl wow rial
.n f ru tome noi ia ott'imic nam. it) . ' - . . ...u
it to t r . . . ... . h..i,.M . w..lhL ..uentlv new patches of mom nir a U.rv rom J. m. i. eouni,
III ine aosence oi inmivai mi'i mi- " ...
Jessie lvis and Irene Banister appt'ar.
have been absent for several days.
Miss Ilnvis is suffering from pneumo
nia and Mis lUmistor from l grppe.
High schotil tutcnts look their rlrt
half hour of physical training last
Momlay under the direction of Mr.
Fitii'tttrirk. The new law requires
twenty miputcs of thi work every
aaco has organised a strong so-
cenlcr to provide clean and
healthful entertainment and recrea.
ha. colved the control method. tiun for residents. The membership
County Agent Ixwi. of Columbia "Mr. Uwia' plan makea use of live ha. airca.iy pa.aeu mo aw mara ana
county, Wash., has hit upon what he (.Team which, by an Ingenious and slm- ilouble th. number is expected.
ilav. und it is not bein eswially
was recently elected a member of Phi j,,,, an lamnlo' before sending it to relished by the stouter students.
Mu sorority. the wash. Use chloride of lime for Tho lliir,u,st .,.,..1.,, tor .......k in
In spite of adverse weather condi- disinfectant. jlrs- iiikerton'.i rm were: Sixth
The Bachelor Girls' club was dc- grade, .Maxine Culley. t'l -I T; sev
lightfuly vtertained at a costume iar- cnth grade, Norman l.uckenbill, yO.
ty Monday evening at the home of
Miss Eliia Morrison. The gay modes
appearing occasioned much comment
and jesting. Appetizing refresh
ments served bv the hostess were
wee-, me rcsmv oi ov r ...... i parUken or witn test, ana tne young Wluat Grower Marketing Assoela
hills. Ths musical brawl of water . u s ,ircsent agreed that the even- ,,.. in ,hi v..,i,ut ,, i,,.ii,,L- .,f
ing had been one of high adventure.
Swas-Te-Ka Campffre was enter
tained at the home of its president.
Miss Blanche Thorsen, Saturday af
ternoon, all members but two being
WE WAiMT YOU ALL,
tions, pheasants are still quite plen
tiful throughout this section. The
birds sought refuge near haystacks
during the storms, and managed to
survive the cold period.
Tine creek has been muddy and
higher than usual during the past
Wheat Growers to Organize
Kur the purpose of creating
on the stones of the brook could be
heard for some distance.
Considerable sickness is reported
from the Wild Horse neighborhood.
Harry McBride and little son have a
light attack of influenza. Patients
with other ailments are Mrs. H. A.
Street and Mrs. E. A. Simpson and
If the person who "borrowed" the
radiator cap and motometcr from a
car on Water street Wednesday ev
ening will return the same to the res
idence of H. Waddingham, it will be l,rlcfs
gTeatly appreciated. The parties
arc known. (Adv.)
Keen interest is being manifested
in the Scholarship Loan Fund tea to
be held Saturday afternoon, January
31, at Memorial hall under auspices
the Saturday Afternoon club. A
of the Saturday Afternoon club. A
the fanners of I'matillu county will
be held ut Pendleton tomorrow, at
which time Mr. Aaron Sapiro, an or
ganiser from California, will speak.
A farmers meeting is being held at
A short program was Walla Walla today and the matter of
given, and during the closing hour joining the Association is up lor con-
a light lunch was served by the host- sideraton.
ess. Miss Pearl Davis will entertain At Spokane earler in the week, the
the club at its next meeting. organisation of the Washington
, , W heat Growers' association, thu Orc-
City retailers in Spokane say the ..... r ss!in..iHti ,i
in potato he Waho Whcut (;r(m.rs. association
was effected with the contemplated
launching of scientific marketing of
crest has been reached
Prices are fi to s-l.oU (wr
hundred pouds, with extra fancy
grades bringing $5 per hundred.
Frosted potatoes are said to have
been consumed. If any change in the
market develops, retailers say it U
likely to be downward.
The annual report of the Weston
branch of Umatilla County library
and a cordial Invitation is extended to shows that 2280 adult books were
grain through co-operative effort. The
following, concerning the association
and the Spokane meeting is excerpt
ed from an article appearing in the
"For four days every detail was
threshed out and exposed to pitiless
criticism and analysis until a well-
everyone to attend.
Pearl and Frances, daughters of
Mr. and Mrs. L. . Davis, are report
ed this morning to have the influ
enza. Sim J. Culley is confined to his
home, and may also have an attack.
Mr. and Mrs. K.
circulated during the year l'Jl'J; 721 nigh perfect plan for the cooperatve
children's books were loaned and K1
magazines passed through the libra
rian's hands. During the year C2
new readers were registered.
An excellent likeness of Geo. W.
W. -Lieuallen are rroebstel, Sr., the pioneer hardware
influenza at their merchant of Weston, was received
home on Reed and Hawley mountain, this week from Portland, his present
The Ernest Ross family is rejoic- home. It will occupy a place of hon
ing over the installation of a fine new or in the pioneers' room at Memor
Hamilton piano in their home on Nor- ial hall.
mal Heights. Paterfamilias intend
ed the instrument as a Christmas
maiketing of the 150,000,000 bushels
of wheat annually produced by the
growers of the whole Inland Km pi re
"Cooperative marketing of wheat
involves no economic problems that
can not be overcome nor docs it pro
mulxate a political revolution. Whoat
growers for the last 40 years have
been organizing so-called cooperative
elevators nnd cooperative warehouses
present to the children, but it failed
to arrive in time. Florence Ross will
enroll in the music class of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sample re
but they have failed of their purpose
Mrs. Frank Snider if Athena, ac- tause they were not truly cooper
eompanied by her small son Dean, ativc i nt.y havo for jusl thc H)ll!
called last Thursday upon her former nun!tH.r uf years been dissolving or
friends and neighbors on Normal bankrupting cooperative elevators and
Heights. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gould grai1 warehouses. These alleged co
entertained the. visitors at dinner. operative warehouses and elevators
Jack Chanin has sold his farming arc usually not cooperative at all, but
turned last week from a visit to Se- outfit to D. B. Banister, who has nothing more or loss than corporations
attle, Mr. Sample, who is a veteran icasei the holdings of the Mrs. Mary organized with capital stock but own
railway bridge carpenter, having tak- Banjster estate. Mr. Chapin and ed by farmers who put .their own
en a furlough from duty. Mrs. Gus famijy are mai5iIlg their home in
Whalen, daughter of Mrs. Sample, town,
who was here for an extended vis-
-Newt Uilarra lost a norse
the other day at his place east of
town. Other horses apparently had
fought the Juckless animal over a
bank, and it broke its neck in tho fall.
Ernest March has a force of three
men employed in cutting cordwood
on Basket mountain. He expects to
produce 300 cords for the market
it, has gone to Portland, Mr. Whalen
having been transferred to that city
as Chevrolet agent.
At the invitation of Mrs. James
Johns Sr. and Mrs. Charles H. Marsh,
hostesses for the event, Mrs. Lilian
Fredericks appeared before the Cur
rent Literature club of Pendleton last
Friday and gave an interesting ad
dress upon the Chinese School Sys
tem. Mrs. Fredericks was entertain
ed at the home of her sister, Mrs. "C.
C. Whiteman, during her sojourn at
the county seat.
The "joy carnival" given at High
School auditorium last Friday even
ing was well patronized and proved
to be a continuous round of pleasure.
luv Hiuisirej snow was uiv ijiobi pop
ular feature, interest centering in the
end men, impersonated by Gail Wil
liams and Maynard Jones. Frank
Greer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clem
Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. Albert O'Har
ra and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Price
were among those who motored in to
attend, the merry-making.
wheat in the elevators and buy the
wheat of their non-member neighbors
for as low a price as they ean and
sell it to the dealers and millers for
as high a price as they can, declaring
dividends among themseies as i,toek
holders. " .... In a purely non-profit
cooperative association of wheat
growers such as now ben; organized
the growers will handle the wheat of
actual members. They will own their
Mrs. Harry Sumption was called own elevators and warehouses and
home to Boise Tuesday by the illness will be soundly financed through ave
of her husband, who has the influ- nues opined by the Federal Reserve
enza. bank. There are no adverse influences
Mrs. R. E. English returned Sun- in an organization which is truly co
day from a visit with her parents at operative. Contracts made between
Lebanon and with friends at Port- the growers and thc association are
E. O. DeMoss left for Portland
Wednesday to buy goods for his lo
cal furniture emporium.
merely contracts between a number
of growers of themselves voluntarily
to do certain things for the common
good of the community and the individual."
Mrs. Culley is Hostess
Mr. and Mrs. Sim J. Culley were
hosts for an informal gathering at
their home Sundey evening. Conver-
An interesting feature of the recent
cold fcnap from the viewpoint of fruit
producers is the announcement that
in the Walla Walla section at least
sation, supplemented with music by the froat d(,stroycj ophil4 an(i 8Cttk.
a Brunswick phonograph, caused the in mnn
Now's the time to get
your machinery put in
shape. Don't wait un
til the eleventh hour.
If you do you might
have to wait on the
blacksmith, for those
times will be his busy times.
The most successful people
of our country never pro
crastinate. Now's the time
to bring your work not af
pso.iS2 E. R. HALL
time to pass pleasantly. A delight
ful lunch was served by the hostess,
the guests being seated at an attrac
tive table where dainty cards marked
their places. The guest list includ
ed: Mrj and Mrs. William Davis,
Mrs. G. DcGraw, Mrs. Mary C. Mc
Nee, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lumsdcn,
Prof, and Mrs. F. C. Fitzpatiiek,
Miss Louise Rintoul, Miss Elza Love,
Miss Frank Harris Davis, Mr. and
Mrs. II. Goodwin.
Mrs. Culley entertained with a
smart tea Tuesday afternoon, those
present being Mesdames J. W. Porter,
V. D. Watts, J. Harl Williams, E. M.
Smith, E. G DeMoss, J. II. Price,
Richard Morrison, Marvini Price, R.
L. Reynaud, Alice Price, C. E. Fisk,
Bertha Sowers, Charles I'inkerton,
Lilian Fredericks, Charles Price, II.
Sumption and the Misses Edna Hol
lenbeck and Mabel Colvin.
Dry Meacb-n WOOD
Your orders solicited, and
will be promptly filled at
right" price. Phone 272 or 93.
WESTON TRANSFER CO.
GILBERT G. ELLIS, Mgr.
THAT FEBRUARY 13 AND 14 ARE THE DATES FOR THE FARM
ERS' GRAIN AND POTATO SCHOOL IN WESTON.
THAT BUSINESS IS ON THE UPWARD TREND WITH THE W.
THAT ACTIVITIES HAVE BEEN
RESUMED ON THE NEW 1IICH-
THAT NEW SPRING GOODS WILL BE ARRIVING SHORTLY.
THAT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE WESTON MERCANTILE
CO. STOCKHOLDERS WAS HELD THIS WEEK.
THAT THE SAME DIRECTORS WERE RE-ELECTED.
'I HAT THE MANAGER'S REPORT SHOWED A MARKED INCREASE
IN THE BUSINESS.
THAT SOME CHANGES IN THE STORE'S INTERIOR WHICH THE
CONSTANTLY INCREASING BUSINESS MAKE NECESSARY, ARE
THAT PRINTED VOILES ARE TO BE IN VOGUE THIS SEASON FOR
THAT SPRING IS NOT HERE YET.
THAT THE MOVIES AT MEMORIIAL HALL ARE PROVING TO BE
ALL WE HAD ANTICIPATED.
THAT GEORGETTE AND SPRING WAISTS CONTINUE IN POPU
LARITY AND THAT PART OF OUR SPRING ORDER HAS AR
RIVED. THAT WE BOUGHT f.TOOO WORTH OF SHOES BEFORE THE RAISE.
THAT WHEN YOU THINK OK A SPRING COAT THINK OF THE W.
THAT MRS. RABB LEAVES SHORTLY ON A BUYING TRIP FOR
THE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.