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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (April 16, 1915)
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Big Stocks Combined
Bi$ Stocks Combined
(CONSISTING of Ladies' Ready-to-wear, Dry Goods, Notions and Shoes, combined
with a big stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Furnishing Goods and Shoes. These
two large stocks were purchased for about 30 Cents on the Dollar by ROY F. ALEX
ANDER, who was very fortunate'to secure them at such a low figure. Thousands of
Dollars worth of High Grade Seasonable Merchandise to be sold at less than Manu
facturer's Cost. ' This being possible owing to the extremely low purchase price .for
CASH. With no former exception the Greatest Sale that Pendleton and surrounding
community has ever knovn will begin : : : : : : : : :
SATURDAY, APRIL, llth, 9 A. M.
To miss this Sale will be doing yourself an injustice. COME. Bring the entire family.
We can outfit them for less than half you pay elsewhere.
No goods sold to merch
ants. The public is to re
ceive entire benefit of the
radically reduced prices.
Sale conducted in the Room formerly occupied by the Wohlenberg Department Store
No goods sold to merch
ants. The public is to re
ceive entire benefit of the
radically reduced prices.
I A. W. Lundell. late of Athena, hm
1 borom. associated with A. I'. ferry In
the Wmton rural markirl, whlrh will
be conducted hereafter by Perry
l.undrll. Ho will b Joined here by
j hi family ao soon aa school closes at
'Alhrna. Tit Lundell will be a de
cided acouMtlon to Weston musical
Second-hand furniture bought and circles. Mr. laindrll I a nt grad
old. at K. Zhm. iual In music, a singer, a tracher of
voir and an orchestra and band
Try Watchford'a Calf Meal, guamn- lender, while hla two aona are alsojetl with friend in Weston Saturday
I tod satisfactory, at Wood feoU mill, ; musician. Believing, however, that ll ami Sutulav.
Sole local agency (or Peacock flour
at Wood 'a feed mill.
( '. K. Nelson, district manager of the
KotiltsMe, was up from Pendleton
I am prepare! to serve apeclal din
nera at anv time al the Wen on Hotel.
K. K A-hrn.
Mrs. Aila (Wello of Portland vl.lt-
I khuIJ ft.A I hntf miM than nn
Allan Osrnelt waa her thla weak oa , ... . ... . . .J
bualneaa trip from hla Snake river ,f m mrM uu,; (,nd
'a"1- I adept In piano tuning. Three eeveral
C. M. Price and Hoy Tompklna ;arrompllhmenia he haa found lo be
lately disposed of a carload ahlpmcnt generally useful.
of hogs in th Portland market. , , . .
1 Charlea (1. King of Hermlaton.
Mrs. Ulllan McMorrl arrived Hon- I former Waal oil cltlsen who haa been
day from Portland for a vl.it at the , undergoing treatment at Pendleton for
a aerioua ailment, waa comnmiea
Monday lo the Kaatern Oregon hoepl
tal after an examination by the coun
ty physician, Hla mind waa found lo
have become affected, although at
llmea he la rational. Mr. King haa
been frequently visited by hla Weaun
relative., who are much concerned
over hla condition. It haa been found
difficult lo dlngnoae hla phyalcal
Umatilla haa been Included with ten
other Oregon countlea In quarantine
dhttrlct by the atat livestock aanltary
board In order to prevent the spread
of ruble. It la ordered that every dog
In theao countlea be rnusxled, unleaa It
la actually uaed In herding llveatock.
Each vlolatloa-of the order on the pnrt
horn of ha rwMer, Mrs U & Wood.
Mrs. J. r. Snider returned 8unday
from a motor trip to Arlington, where
ha vlaitad with relallvea and frlenda.
Laml Wanted -Have Irrigated iracta
to trade for mountain land. Will vrow
irlv lierrles, .asparagus, em. Writ
K. II. I'eteel, Klohland, Waah.
roe Bale The O. T. Douglas horn,
grounds 110x140 feel. II all goea.
"r lerma. ae owner, or Oeo. Carml
ehael, ft University street. Walla
Sunday, April II. a daughter waa
born to Mr. and Mra. Klmer Itlchmond
at their homa near Athena. Monday.
Mr. and Mra. Hoy Cannon wora sim
Pilot Rock, with Darling In tha box.
il.ff.ted Pendleton, and Btanfleld
Echo took tha meaaur of Hormleton
In tha opening gamna Sunday of th
Ulua Mountain baaeball league.
Richard Morrlaon. J. H. Price and
J. H. Coffman have been drawn aa Jur.
Plenty of iiaature for your stock.
Aililrrw U V'. Warner, eaton, Or.,
or I'hona No. 14K13.
tie R. R. Zehm at th Weston bak
ery If you want neat workmanship In
hoe and hnrneaa repairing.
Mr. 3. (X Wheaton of Wall Walla
is vltttlnir her aister. Mrs. Joseph
Wurxer, on south Water street.
Watch for date of the great dim,
"The Trey of Heart." thte episode
In two nights. lUwIa Miller.
Ftslilng I irood, and you can get your
license ol us wunoui me ooir.er oi
sending to Pendleton. Wans A Uogers,
Walls & Roger are negotiating to
have carload or Hudson auto stoiipeo
at Weston that ia now en route from
the factory to Portland. ,
Mr. and Mra. Eugene Warner and
G. K. Maaaie and family, of Milton,
were guests Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. li. rarren.
Rev. Mllo a. Bentley of PYeewator
nil Alhon. will nreach In the Rftnttst
of dog owners je puniahable by a flne!cnurch M Weeton next Sunday at I;S
of from 180 to 1100, and local peace j 0-eiocil p. m. The public la Invited to
officer are expected to co-oporate
with the board in eccurlng enforce
ment William P. Rldenour, who lived at
Weston In early years and la well and
favorably known here In pioneer clr-
clra, died Monday at hla homo near
or from thla locality to serve ml h,rhelnn, Waah., where for a number
April term ot court nir. mummi "'"'of yeara h had been a prominent and
be a member of th grand Jury. lauceeaaful farmer. Mr. Rldenour wsa
a brother of Mm. S. A. Barnea and
! Mrs. W. A. Qraham of Weston, and of
Th next "widow's party" will be
held Saturday afternoon, April S4, at
th horn of Mra. M. W. (Grandma)
Van Winkle. All th widow of Wea
ton and vicinity ara Invited to attend.
Arto Horn, a recent arrival In Wee
ton from North Bend, Oregon, la vis
iting with Mr. and Mra. Walter Webb.
Mr. Horn's parents are coming aoqn
with a view to looallng In this part of
Oeorg Sowers and family hav re
turned to Weston from Dayton, Waah.,
where Mr. Sowers has disposed of hla
Interests, and may come to the wise
' conclusion to again make their horn
In thla lovely Ilttlo burg.
-Win Narkaus, who Is now a mining
ngtneer, vMted with friends and rel
atives near Waston for a few daya
while on hla way from Spokane to
Fralri City. Joe Narkaua, student at
the Pendleton High school, wa alao
har Saturday and Sunday.
Dr. J. O. McMath, osteopath, la now
locatad permanently In Athena, Ore
aron, with offlcoa one block north of
the bank, awd Is prepared lo handle a
groMral practice. Some of the great
cat osteopathic aucceases are In acute
disease. See card elsowher.
Mr. P. B. Boyd of Athena. Mr.
Barnes and J. M. O'Harra went to
Chelan to attend the funeral.
Hollwlg Broiling of Pendleton,
known aa "Dutch Bredlng," waa atnb
bed In a dnsen places early Sunday
morning during a cutting affray at the
Gorman dunce haU north of that city.
Th knifing. It Is said, followed a free-for-all
fist fight, The name of Brew
ing's aaaallant haa not been divulged
by the wounded man or thoae who
witnessed the affray, and he ha so
far escaped arrest. -
Umatilla county I paying out much
money dally for coyote scalps at the
rate of IS per scalp. Just one man.
who gave hla name aa O. C. Haney and
hla residence aa Walla Walla, collect
ed flOS Tuesday for IS coyotes. Tw.
other hunters, one from Pendleton
and the other from Holdman, cashed
In for 10 apiece, and several more had
from one to a doaen.
Mlaa Almlna Prlegnlts. a young
woman of Stanfleld, ahot herself Mon
day after serving dinner at the board
ing house conducted by her parenta
and died Tuesday evening at a qciom
In a Pendleton hospital. "No one will
know why I did It." she aald, but dla
anDolntment In a love affair 1
W. J. Kerr, president of th Oregon
Agricultural college, ha accepted an aicribed as the cause.
Invitation to deliver an aaaree- on m . ....,..
second day. Saturday, June It. of the Motor car aervlce to all point, daj
annual reunion of Umalllla county or night. Also livery and feed tabl..
. We.tnn. Becauae ot hla oppoalte the Lleuallen blacksmith
oromln.nce as sn educator and his. shop,
well known ability aa a speaker, the
committee en speskers for the reunion
feel verv fortunate in securing Presl
Oant Kerr for the occasion.
Dreamland motion picture at Wee
ton opera house next Monday and
The Saturday Afternoon Club will
meet at 1:45 p. m. tomorrow at the De
Moss furniture (tore, where auios will
be In watting to convey the member
to the Ituius urown farm.
John P. Temple, jr., member of an
old Umatilla countv family, ha been
jointly indicted with U. C. Si nuns at
Pendleton on a charge of stealing the
celebrated bucking horse, "Cyme. Nq-
ble," now supposed to be In Kurope.
I. C. Hoiikln and family are moving
hack lo tneir wesion mountain isnn
from the neighborhood ' of Helix,
where Mr. Hopkins and hla son
Dan have 800 aore in thrifty grain.
They were compelled this spring to re
sow 400 acres.
' Having taken special work In his
profession while In California, lr.
Watt discovers quite a aerioua dis
ease in Weston particularly affecting
Dr. Smith and Lester O'Harra called
nutoitU. The doctor expresses the be
lief that lie Is also impregnated, but
that a Hudson Slx-40 will cure him.
The Umatilla County Auto Club or
ganlxetl Friday at Pendleton, of which
Hoy W. Itltner Is president, has desig
nated Tuesday, April 20, aa "County
Good Roiuls Day." Every auto owner,
farmer, business roan and anyone else
who is In favor of good road ia asked
to donate his time on this day in work
ing on the roads In his immediate vicin
ity. "Anyone can get out and do some
good, even if It Is only raking a few
rocks out of the roads," lays the club.
Weston bid fair to become quite a
sporting center, having been selected
a the training headquarters of Bobhy
Kvans. well known ring exponent, late
of Pendleton. Evans has a friend and
natron here In the lwrson ot Earl
Comts, who encouraged him to train
at Weston for another go with Hilly
Farrell. Boxing ia thereby added to
baseball, trap-shooting, hunting and
Hailing in the list or local snorts.
Kvans, who belong to the lightweight
division, I accompanied by a fly weight
boxer, Abie Gordon, a 103-pouuder.
(Jus Perot, expert gun man, was
here yesterday shooting with Athena
and Weston sorts. Il is not to be in
ferred that Mr. Perel is a gun man of
the Gotham, Gyp the Hlood class. ' In
stead he ia perfectly peaceful. Uvea al
Ha'er, Oregon, and is men ly adept in
aurh little tricks as drawing portraits
with rifle bullets and shooting out the
Ingrown optic of a cross-eyed mosquito
at a thousand yards. He is also a trap
shooter, and II was lo this sport that
he hooked up with local gunners. In
the latter part of June be expects to
give a public exhibition at Weston, as
sisted by Mrs. Peret, who is also an
expert hot. Mr. Peret represents the
Peters cartridge people.
The St. George Hotel, Walla Walla,
haa been purchased by J. E. Hawkins
of Hawkins restaurant. The hotel will
be redecorated and newly furnished
throughout and opened by the new
management on May ISth, under the
name of the Hawkins Hotel.
The lYrfiTMon. Adams, Athena and
Weston auto atage leaves Weston twice
dally for Pendleton at a. m. and S p.
in Round trip. 11.7$. Headquarters
nt Goodwin's drug store. A. M. Boy
Mrs. Una H. Sturgla, Mrs. M. J
Marsh and Mrs. Q. A. Hartman, jr.,
motored to Weston from Pendleto.
Sunday and were callers at tho L. S.
Hlgk School PUy Tonifht
The Seniors and Juniors of Weston
High school will present their three
act farce. "Engaged by Wednesday,"
at th High school auditorium thla
(Friday) evening. Thte clever playlet
haa been carefully rehearsed by the
students, andutn amusing and Interest
ing production may be expected by
thoae Who attend."- Allison Wood as
sumes the role of Martin Henry, "the
laziest man In the county." Joe Read
Is Arthur Watson; while Frank Smith,
Carl Brandt and Charles Bulflnch are
Jack. Ted and Dick, Arthur's threo
friends. Ruth Read appears as Miss
Abigail Persons, "a woman of Ideas."
The 1 ma Anderson la Mrs. Watson and
Josle Lavender Is Luetic Parsons. Ma
rie, Jane and Mabel friends of Luclle
are Impersonated by Leola Duncan,
Gladys Smith and Ruby Price. Mabel
Lleuallen appears aa Mary the cook,
and the remaining roles are taken by
Ethel Lano, Katie Tucker, Mamie
Barnes and Ferol McBrlde.
The fishing season is now on, and in anticipation
of the usual demand of the disciples of Isaak Walton
for fresh tackle, we are now showing the finest and
most varied assortment of fishing supplies ever oft
display in Weston. Also, we have made the neces
sary arrangements whereby we are enabled to fur
nish the fishermen with a license, a convenience hith
erto not enjoyed by our customers. Fishermen, come
in and feast your eyes on good goods. One look will
convince you that we have the stock that fills the
bill. Below are listed some of the staples we are
Bamboo Rods r
Lines All kinds
Fly Books Snell Hooks
Reel Boxes Plain Hooks
Salmon Eggs Split Shot
Flies, Leaders Leader Boxes
Baskets , Spoon Hooks
Watts s Rogers
OUTFITTERS TO FISHERMEN
NEW LIBRARY BOOKS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Ia the County Court of tho State of
Oregon for Umatilla County.
In the Matter of the Estate ot Mary
J. Powers, Deceased. -
To all whom It may concern: No
tic la hereby a-ivee. that Hettle Powers
) lh 1 annnlnUA fttllkliflAii And
acting administratrix of the estate of1
Mary J. Powers, deceased, and all per
sona having claims against said estate
are hereby required to present the
same, with proper vouchers attached
thereto to said administratrix at hor
home In Weston, Oregon, within six
months from tho 16th day ot April,
Administratrix of the Estate of Mary
J, Powers, Deceased. .
Elkhart. Ind. Twenty-nine years
sgo a thief stole -a, new pslr of trous
ers from J, S. Bannlman. Last week
the "panta" were returned by parcel
post Mr. Bannlman Is wearing the
breeches, whlrh . have meanwhile
turned from black to green. There Is
no elue to the conscience-stricken
thief. . -
The following new books have been
added to the Weston branch of the
Umatilla County library:
Lord Birds of Oregon and Wash
ington. Reed Western Bird Guide.
Andrews Eternal Masculine.
Apllngton Pilgrims of the Plains.
Boeder Man in Lonely Land.
Brown Country Neighbors. '
Burnham Miss Bagg's Secretary.
Corkey Victory. of Allen Rutledge,
Davis Friend of Caesar.
rey King Spruce.
. Gale Mothers of Men.
Gordon Black Rock.
King Captain Dreams.
Seawell Maid Marion.
Spearman Daughter of a Magnate.
Ward History of David Grieve.
' Webster Whispering Manv
Koch Little Journey to Our West
Lang Little Red Rldinghood.
Longfellow Evangeline. .
Shaw Castle Blair. ,
Stevenson Child's Garden of Verses.
All kinds of automobile repair work
promptlv done at the Weston Garage
In Lieuallen's shop. H. U Hetlrick.
Dr. J. G. McMATH
Office one block north of the bank
. ATHENA, OREGON
Electric Treatments Given
Dr. Farnsworth j
:gjSF" Phone or write for
- an appointment.
A rCIIUiVH V I vw w A)
SUMMER IS HERS
' Next Wednesday, April 21, -we
will sell all 15c French
Percales at 12 l-2c.
TJiE BRANDT STORE