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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1915)
th dish it th
Fresh llrvatl, Cak ami 1'sstry,
Pin Candies. (JimmI Moale it All
Hours, ktte. W swlalli In
ltMtg snd Tarty 8urs.
ZGHM the Baker
Dupuls Building, Main and WaUr
Not a "Disc" Separator
HIhmmi ami llsrnra
repaired next door.
and POCKET IDOL
Popular Soft Drink a
J. B. Farrcns !
Brandt Building, opio
8tte Postoflkc. "
Good, Fresh Meats!
J Cash paid for
Ferry & Lundell
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MODERN-tWaus not "Disc" Type.
When you bur the - United Stair "
you get a Cream Separator with
modern improvements. Separators
' of the disc type were originated
many years ago. No recent im
provement of importance have been
made on them.
MODERN Because La teat Patents.
U. 8. Separators are manufactured
under the moat recent patent on
separators that are effective. All
basic "disc" aepantorpatents are
old and have expired. This accounts
for the unrestricted use of this type
by many manufacturers.
MODERN Because of Vertical Blade System
The "vertical blade" skimming de-'
vice and the "dwe" slumming device
are the two systems tnostly used in
rrea.n separators. ' The vertical
blade system, as used in U. S.
Separators, completely overcomes
the defects found in disc bowls.
The vertical blade is the modem
system, and fully protected by
MODERN Because no Central Core in Bowl.
The U. S. bowl has an open center,
without cumbersome central core,
aplit wing, or discs, on, or between
which cream lodges. U. S. bowls
flush perfectly. !
MODERN Because Usee Bowl Chamber
The United States Cream Separator
is the first to adopt this liner. It
makes the separator much easier
cleaned, and is the only way U
keep it strictly sanitary. It has the
approval of the Board of Health.
MODERN Because of Nlckel-Silver.
The use of Nickel-Silver in the U. S.
skimming device makes for easy
cleaning, and does away with rust,
thereby meeting the requirements of
sanitary laws. Steel discs rust bad
ly and contaminate milk and cream,
, and arc hard to keep clean.
MODERN Because Mechanically Waehed,
Sterilized and Dried.
The U. 15. u the only separator ad
apted to mechanical washing. This
process alao sterilizes and dries the
bow!. A mechanical washer furnish
ed free witli every U. S. Separator.
SLJma Nature's War.
is the only well known
nature s way
The U. !
hnwl that akims
. cream to top, skhn milk to bottom.
We haven t known of anyone im
proving on nature. Have you?
MODERN Because the US. USelf-Draininj,
never any sloppy mess over person
or floor when taking the bowl apart.
t Demonstration gladly given right mt your homo. No obligation,
ED WARD TUCKER Weston, : Or,
Holds the World's Record
New Canvas Gloves
For Men and Women
New Summer Underwear
PHONE NO. 233
riotond-hand furniture bought and
ld. E. K. -hin.
I H you Wi 10 know what, Wall U
jMiin mIhiui, riiau 1110 wg an.
! if .H.l tvm tiHtnh Klnnaar were
i visiting In Weton riumluy fr-iti their
htimii near Milton.
j Mm, K. . I'rlKrs and Mr. M. B.
i Albert kft for Pendleton Tuesday on
a biwlnraa trip, to be absent a work or
j Accompanying Mr. and Mr. Ik-an
ll)u1lfy of Alhi-na. K, ,Miara and
i family rn)rd un oiitlns Hundny on
lh ttmallUa tivr.
Motor car servlco to all points, day
or nlnht. AI110 llvry and fred atabN
cnptmltn tha Llouallon blarkinnlth
hop, Laf Mcltrlda.
Hurry Ilrown and fumlly of Milton,
wrra Hunday vlaltor at the homo of
Mr. Ilrown'a pr?nt. "Mr. and Mm
William tlrown, In Ihla illy.
Tor Rain Tho O. T. Douglna home,
around 1J020 fet. It all .
For lurma, aa owni-r, or Ooo. trml
rhcl. 110 Unlvurclty alrcwt, Walla
f DR. C. H. SMITH
w Physician and Surgeon
" Office In Brandt buiklinfr
WK8TON OK BOON
You and your children are f If
you wpar lr. Ixw and Turnr'
clMir ry af and piic aaf
thry rtwt no more than the ordinary
M id and you have the tx-nf:; of their
kill and many yera of vxiwrlmce aa
pxrlu.lve eye and nrrvc HprrlnlUia.
tfr. Turner la recognized aa one of :ht
liaillnf opthnlmoloaUla of the Norlli
n'ni, Connult them at the Marshall
limine hotrl parlor. Weaton. Thur
duy, April until S o'clock only.
They do not go from house to houae
nd have no asent. One charge cov
m entire cont of examination. Olua-
mid frame are fully guaranteed,
wheih'-r they coet 12.00 or more.
They will aleo be In Athena Friday.
April SO, and Hollx 8turduy, May 1.
Audrey, the three-year-old daughter
of K. M. Week, wa the uneonm'loua
heroine nf a myeterious dl&appearanre
rttinttuv vnlni. In lltn nnn.p .nit nf
town, and the center of a neighbor
hood aenaatlon. She left her home
and could not be found, high or low,
In nook or cranny, creek bed or old
wella, although aome twenty resident
of the neighborhood equipped thom
elvea with lanterna and joined the;
anxloua parenta In a frantic aearch.i
All the while he wa In an alley back
of John neaton'a barn, playing car
penter with a hammer and a keyhole
mw, Not afraid of the dark, the
youngater howed her only algn of
alarm when h waa finally located
and ao many grownup rushed to the
Mr. and Mr. W. B. ravlon and lit
tle daughter or Walla "Walla, and Mr.
and Mr. Bartholomew of Milton,,
were gtieata Hunday at the home of E.
Alva Shumway, well known farmer
and fanner' union worker of the
Couae creek neighborhood, haa pur
rhaaed a half aectlon of timber land
from Frank Sullng and a quarter ec-
linn from t hjk Km llnr AHtafM nn Wee
J. N. Tork la having the Interior of ,on mountnlni bmlt ,7 mllM of
hla residence at Neverfnll Farm rn-;Wr,on Tha land ,.n,brarc Sallnr
belllahed with aome expert work n CttmPi p,)uir for many year a a
graining, don by Merrltt A. Baker. ,qaM Bnd P,.aaant mountain retreat,
Five rooms In all will receive tten-'ni, lho -nideratlon was In the
neighborhood of S an acre. Mr.
Shumway haa made other purchases
h I 1 - f ...... .. ,Aa M.
turned to her profe-ionM woTk at'"" ihs . mount.. n and own. Quite a
Walla Vlla .after a vl.lt hut week ortyf ""nd up there, which It la aald
at her former horn. In Weston. Mis. h uf? for araalna purposea. hav-
Proebstel eitpecta to leav oon for a """" .'"
relatives and friend at
A Walla Walla dispatch says that
. ..,-. ,.,.. ,k -,'Oeorge Drumheller, whose IS00.000
Dr. J. u. McMath, osteopath, la now .. .
located permanently In Athena, Ore- ' ' . . . , .
gon. with office, oh. block north nMvrtw. expect to ge
the bank, and la prepared to handle ; '8r"l on h'" " ? ?,iw
gneral practice. Soma of the great- ' '" "k .
fat osteopathic auccesse. are In acute L" "L h.: nUn.ed .ere. of
dlaeaae. So. card .Isowhera. I h P'""'" ZJ?
IIM11U T n llll II nrte g, si v tt v v. -
T. mwt. .t ord for tidlv!dual wheat Rrowinr in
yo7th new inv lble doub.; vision . Inland Empire. Ha declare, the
glaea for reading and close work and ok 'or more than an average crop
distant vision, all In one. which look. ' bright and expects to, to ( bushels
like a .Ingle pair, yet anawera th pur- "lroV
poae of two. Drs. Uow A Turner at . " " " '
Hotel parlor, Weston, Thursday,
AprU ID. (Adv.)
Robert Wheeler came up from Pen.
Mr. Robert N. Stanfleld of Tendle
ton, wife of Representative Stanfleld.
waa the guest Saturday and Sunday of
Mrs. T.llllan Fredericks. Mrs. Stan-
dleton Sunday and waa persuaded to tMi W(U onfe Btudent of the East
wear a uniform and "play the bench" Urn Oregon Normal, a waa also her
for the Weston ball team, which he k.h.nH ,,,i n.r.h .t. th. xin.inr
plichml to victory In Ita championship of lt, door sh( to among the loyal I
iiniK ThitM im mnmei ItwnllhnnH thHl . . . . . .1
, ,. ....... - - ..-.... rricniia ot tut institution wno worse o i
.1 . . u .I'w . I, k earnestly but In vain for its re-estab-
realdent of the old burf of hi boy
The Weston brickyard haa begun
operatlona for the aeaaon with a crew
that ought to be well above par In ef
ficiency, sine It Include a number of
ball toesera. One of Weston' best
ball team In former year waa made
up almost exclusively of brlckyarders
and they could "deliver the good"
on both yard and diamond.
The recent meeting of the Mission
Society of tho Methodist church, held
at the home of Mrs. B. O. DoMoee.
waa attended by fifteen member Jind
three vlaltor. -The study of Steward
ship waa taken up, and a number of
Interesting article were read and dis
cussed. Delicious refreshment wore
served by the hostes. assisted by Miss
llshment. Mrs. Stanfleld waa accom
panied to Weston by her daughter,
- R. B. Barnes, late of Marshfield,
Oregon, came to Weston last week in
search of a slightly dryer climate, ano
expressed himself aa highly pleased
with the brand of weather on dally
exhibition her. Mr. Barnes is Just
about aa tall a man aa our fellow
townsman of the aame name, ano
may belong to the same tribe. A few
day after his arrival he left with
Walter Webb for Vale, Malheur coun
ty, to Investigate a land proposition.
The Pendleton, Adams, Athena and
Weston auto atage leave Weston twice
dally for Pendleton at S a. m. and S p.
m Round trip, 11.75. Headquarters
nt Goodwin's drug .tore. A. M. Boy
don, proprietor. -v
Claude Price Is the happy owner of
a Hudson Sli-fortr, furnished by WsUs
Mrs. V. W. Smith, wife of Agwt
Smith of the O-W. K. A N. Co., i l
llitilf relative at Portland. .
An eight-pound daughter wa born
Weilnexl)' evening- to Mr. and Mr.
P. W. Hesiuer at their home In Wts
Mesdame Watt. Walker, Uoifers,
Prvudfit, DeMoa snd Pyne motored
to Walla Vlla Thursday in Dr. Wait
Land Wanted-Have irrigated tract
to trade for mountain land. Will jrrw
enrlr rterrlwt. aaparaifus, etc Write
K. '. Petsel, Richland, Wash. ,
J. V. Hell, prominent farmer of Reed
and Hawley mountain, waa conveyed to
Walla Walla yesterday for a surgical
oierailon. lie is reiiorted to be seri
ously III with appendicitia. .
The Crow (Black Crow) suto is sure
ly proving all claims. Four-cylinder
en bloc motor with Atwater-Kent igni
lion; four speeds, full floating axle, and
the easiest running ear of its sixe on
the market; 27 horse power. A.
Carpenter are at work thla week re
ifludeling and inotleroixlng the front of
the Oupul building for HI E. Zohm,
the baker, confectioner and caterer. A
decided change for the better haa al
ready beeu made In the appearance of
this pioneer business corner.
When redy for your aprlng Im
provementa consult J. H. Hough, prac
tical painter, who may be found at the
Frank Skinner residence, upper Broad
street Satisfactory work and prices.
Materials may either be furnished by
myself or the patron, at his pleasure.
J. H. Hough.
Bright weather has stimulated the
automobile bug, and several leading
farmer clt liens were bitten thU week.
Jim and Marvin Price have traded in
their 1H12 Overland, with something
to boot, for new machine of the same
brand, and Claude Price hsa purchased
a Hudson Six to replace hi former car.
Alick Johnson la Riiorting a new Ford
touring car and the Leader man ha
come to the conclusion that he would
like to trade hi newspaper for an au
Floyd, the five-year-old son 'of .Clay
Smith, wa operated upon at Walla
Walla Sunday evening for the relief of
pressuoe on the brain, from which the
youngster had Buffered since hla birth.
The operation waa performed by Dr.
Suttner of Walla Walla, and Dr. Smith
of Weston. Th. little patient rallied
nicely and a favorable issue la expect
ed, although it la yet too early to de
termine whether or not the deficien
cies due to his affliction will b fully
Frank Skinner, formerly - of John
Day and now a resident of South
Broad street, Weaton, haa had hla
cottage neatly repainted, and Henri
March la now following the laudable
example thua set before him. Both of
them engaged the service of J. H.
Hough. On Normal Heights Mrs. Ella
Bryson haa made a similar Improve
ment, with J. H. Baker aa wlelder of
the brush. The spring painting fever
bida fair to affect other residents,
much to Weston's advantage.
The Saturday Afternoon Club met
at the home of Mrs. R. W. Brown
near Weston April IT. Response were
made to roll call with children's aay
ings. A ahort program consisting of
a song by the club member and a
piano olo.by Mrs. F. D. Wtta was
rendered. It being annual election
dayi the following officers were elect
ed for the ensuing year: Mrs. F. D.
Watts, president: Mrs. Minnie Walker,
vice president; Mrs.' E. M. Smith, sec
retary; Mrs. Clara Price, treasurer;
Mrs, R. Proudfit. reporter. Dainty
refreshmenta wer aerved by Mra. Geo.
B. Carmlrhael and Mrs. E. E. Gels,
assisted by the hostes.
1 The children of Weston Mountain
school have been writlna letters to DU-
: plla of the same grade In far-away
I Australia and Honolulu, following aj
suggestion from their teacher, H. W.J
iCopeland. Answers were received :
I few day ago to several letters written
1 last fall to Tare. New South Wale :
a city about the size of Pendleton.
1 TTneaA have nroven to be autte Inter-
eating, and have atimulated further
correspondence. Places and people
whom they have never seen and never
will see, thus become of some signifi
cance to the mountain school children
snd add sest to their studies In geog
raphy. "Engaged by Wednesday" proved to
be an unqualified succea. both from
a histrionic and financial standpoint,
aa presented by a well-selected cast
from the upper classes of Weston High
school under the direction of Miss
Fmma Johnson and Miss Elsa Von
Wlntxingerode. The audience crowded
the high school auditorium to capacity,
and receipts were $80 at popular
prices. Musical entertainment was
provided between acts by a local or
chestra recently organized under the
direction of Mr. Charles Keen,
' E. F. Carleton, assistant state su
perintendent, made a visit of inspec
tion to the local high school Monday.
Mr. Carleton commended the school
and stated that only in the matter of
a few books and a small amount of
biological apparatus does It fall short
of the requirements for standardiza
tion. The conditions ean easily be met
School began April 12 in the upper
Weston Mountain district. No. ST, with
Miss Alice Nichols of Seattle as
teacher. Fourteen pupils . are en
rolled, and eevral more are expected.
It a" V '
Mra Lillian McMorrla left Wednes
day for a few days' visit with relatives
at Walla Walla.
Mrs. Fred Toung of Walla Walla
has been visiting with relatives and
friends st Weston.
See E. E. Zehm at the Weston bak
ery If you want neat workmanship In
hoe and harness repairing.
Rev. N. D. Wood has gone to Red
mond. Oregon, to look after hla alfalfa
land Interests In that district.'
F. E. King came up from Pendle
ton Tuesday with an Overland Six
demonstrator car, which looked so
nifty that Th Leader man could
hardly refrain from stealing It.
Mr. and Mrs. George Phillips left ,
this week for Washtucna, Wash.,;
where they will engage In farming and
expect to locate permanently. They
were accompanied by Will McLean.
Arthur Ross continues to Improve, .
and lt Is expected that be will be able ,
w vuaie num. itiuuu m scot otwkd. kv t
was taken from the hospital Sunday,
to the home of his parent near Walla
Walla. '" '.
Mlsa Gladys Banister left for Port
land Wednesday morning to be the
guest of her aunta, Mra. Hugh McAr
thur snd Mrs. Frances Perry. She will
also visit her sister, Mlsa Edna Banis
ter, at the Oregon Agricultural Col
The recent cake aale given at Wes-J
ton by the Weston Mountain W. C. T.
U. netted the neat little sum of $7.50
which result, considering the small j
number of members. Is considered
quite satisfactory by those who eon-.
ducted .the affair. . ..
Dreamland motion pictures at Wea
ton opera house next Monday and
Bob Proudfit, who I an enthusiastic
and quite successful amateur photog
rapher, la on hand at all the bait
games, and has taken some good views
of local players In action. A few of
these may be presented before long In
The Leader. If It grow to be auffl
elently enterprising:. -,'
A medal contest will be held at
Weston Mountain school houae to
morrow (Saturday) evening under
auspices of the W. C. T. U. Th He.
J. W. Goode of Waterman will pre
sent the medals. Seven contestants
have entered and an Interesting event
is expected. Everyone Is invited.
There will be no admittance fee, but
a collection will be taken to defray ex
penses. . , ...
Professor John Straub, for thirty
seven years a professor in the Oregon
State University, and at present dean
of that Institution, visited the Weston
schools last Thursday afternoon. He
spoke to the students of th grammar
grades and high school on the subject
of the value of an education, and
urged the boy snd girls to stay In
school ss long as possible. While Pro
fessor Straub was here tentative plana
were discussed for ecurlng an exten
sion lecture every ix week next year.
Savannah, Ga. Mlsa Mary Jan
Farrell and Henry Beauford " were
married the other day by Justice of
the Peace McCall, using a marriage
license which as issued 21 year ago.
Both contracting parties were more
than TO years of age and would give
no reason for the long delay in their
THE SENIOR PARTNER
is at home aain
and began kicking at once.
: Alfalfa Seed selling for 18 cents should be 22
cents, like the other fellows sell it.
Gasoline at 18 and 20 cents, only 11 and 12 cents in California.
Fishing licenses at $1.00, should be gratis.
Come and see that beautiful silver inlaid glass ware. ,
We now have demonstrator of 1915 Hudson Six the car that made
Main street hill in Pendleton on HIGH gear.
Auto tires, chains, etc, in stock.