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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1915)
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Freah llroetl, Cake ami I'aatry.
Camilla. iiud Mel t All
Hour. We Nrllii In
Lu! aial I'prty Kiiwi.
ZIIIIM the linker
Dupula HulklliiK, Main awl Wat.r
E0 Shiwa ainl Harm
ralrd nvxt ihwr.
and IHM:KKT ItXlL
gjT Popular Sufi Drink a
J. B. Farrens
Brandt Building, opjx
Good, Fresh Meats
Fish in Stuison
Cash paid for
New Canvas Gloves
For Msn and Women
New Summer Underwear
I'llONE NO. 233
DR. C. H. SMITH
Physician and Surgeon
Office In Brandt building
('nohtva ftf all kinds at 14 rents lha
(liini'n. Watnn llakary.
J. It. r'1lia and family hav bti
vlalllna in WmIuh from Ihalr Morrow
i wiinly ranch.
lireamland motion plHur at Wal
ton pra houa not Monday and
Mra. J. II. UUnda of Walla Walla
haa ln lltlti her arnia and
frlanil at Waalon.
Kmrana irouuH to drain and I r li
ra la lO.tot airia of rli h land bi-twean
(ha Wlllami'tt and MrKanala rlvrrs.
Kalllna; In uvurt rt-llcf from aalh
mailc trouliln. Hart Vrauaon left ra
rrnlly for I'orlland to cunault a ape
clallsl. i- r.i.nii ni.i.
ad In f'ooa rounty, haa art aalda 10
iifi'i of land lo be ot-ruplrd by far.
torl and mllla.
Mlaa Unllna f.lmmarman of Topcka,
Kanaaa, a lifelong friend of Mr. and
Mra, K. U. lMaa, is mntr gui-at ai
thrlr home on Water alreaL
William Drown haa flnlahad paint
ing hla own home on llrnad atrart,
thua adding another to the aavaral rr.
cent Iniprovemi'flta In the neighbor
hood. Hherirf Taylor and Deputy Katae
wire up thle way Tucaday on an off!-,
rlal vtatt, and It la currently repnrtod
that Hoyd "hid out" whrn thvy paaaed
Mra. Krn r la reported to be Im
proving In health, afiar a protracted
lllnrea. Hhe waa reritntly removed to
the home of her mother. Mra. Calvin
Kerguauu, on Wralon mountain.
J. II. Hough haa returned from the i
mountain, whers he haa flntahed
lalnllng llxulat March' new bunga-Ltat
low. It looka attractive In a brown
body, with cream trlmmlnga and black
The rndletnn, Adama, Athena and
Weaton auto atage Icavra Weaton twice
daily for I'rndli'ton at a. m. and I p.
m Hound trip. 11.71. Headquarter
at OnodMln'a drug ator. A. M. Uoy
A am waa born Ralurday to Mr.
and Mr. Andy T. Harnett at tht-lr
home In Weaton. The proud young
fal her. who la aaatatant to l'oelniatT
Van Winkle, haa alnre been happily
Mr. Itobrrt Troudflt and mother.
Mra. J, W, Ingram, have gone to Spo
kane, where Mra. Ingram will aubmll
to an operation for the removal of a
ratarart. Utile Mary I'rnudMt ac
companied her mother and grand
mother. Included In a fine batch of chick.
100 In nuntbtT, lately hatched In Geo.
II. rarmlchael'a poultry department.
., .... in.,.. n.i. ..k.... I
sre inrr. prei.y
ante. He plowed up a phcaaant nrat
. ..i. i ,L- .w
the above pleaalng reault.
I give all my tima to the (It-
titifC ami grinding; of kIhs. I J
hava practiced In Pendleton aix , ,
years. All work guaranteed. ; J
American Nat'l Hank Bid. ' ',
J. H. Hough
Will be glad to do your work,
and guarantee satisfaction.
10- Materials furnished by my
self or patron.
Leava order at Henri March's
residence, S. Broad St.
Worn ton . . OaaaoN
I Dr. Farnsworth f
jpgF Phone or write for
Dr. J. G. McMATH
Oflice one block north of the bank
Electric Treatments Oiven
CT fhone 521
I will appreciate a call when
you visit Athena.
L S. VINCENT
Hawk's Drug Store
ATHENA - - OREGON
Sunday last, ha Waal on ball (mm
naarly luat In rather corpulent but
nsvorlhalia capable young ratrhsr,
"fat" Wood, who waa toaaln balla on
lha atraat whip ft an aulomoltlla turned
lha corner and atrurk him a flaming
blow, Had ha aiumblad ha might
hava been dancaroualy hurt, but ha
kapt hla fiat and aarapad with a
brulevd la;. Tha drlvar of lha car, a
alranarr hi'ra, aamod to hava poor
oonlrol of hla machine, aa ha after
ward ran Into a cart drives by Joe
lllomiri-n and wrvrkrd It. Joe waa
llftrd Into tha air aad performed a
faw atunta that would do rmdlt lo a
rlrt'Ua aiTolmt, but found hlmaalf un
hurt aflar he landad on the alrret.
The raaretful motorlat promlaad full
raparallon for all damagra. Tour
pxopla ware In the rar, and war
ald to be a Walla Walla party.
At a mtoilna of awlne brradar at
North Portland arrengamants were
parfarlad for furnlahlng the boya and
alrla of all eerllone of the alate with
breading animate wlih which to make
a alart In the ralalng of pork for mar
hat. The plaa waa Inaugurated by the
i I'nlon lo'fcyrd aume wsrka ago.
but the call for aowa waa ao great that
It waa found necraeary to enllat the
aid of proff-aalonal hog breeders In
order to aupply the demand. The
alnckyarda will receive orders for
aowa, already bred, paaa them on- to
tha breeders who hava agreed to fur
nlah etork, and on receipt of a prop
erly Indoraed note from boy or girl,
the animal will be ahlpped direct.
The notea will bwome due and paya
ble at tha time the plga are mature
end ready for market.
T. P. Johnson and (lay Johneon,
brothera who have been employed at
the upper ramp of grader on the Dry
creek road, came Into town tha mat
of the week and reported that they
had been dlarhargd by roreman Jack
('rum becauee thry Irft the boarding
houee and Inalated on "baching." The
brothera claim that Mr. Crum had no
fault lo find with their work and gave
no other rraaon than tha one vouch
safed for letting them go. They left
Tuesday for Hood lllver, and aay that
jthey Intend to preeent the facta to the
labor commlaaloner at Halem
ifhe men employed on the road work
.... - - . a A m.m I Via ...iml
receive It per day from the county
and pay Oil per week for board to
The ladlee of All Saint' Guild mo
tored out recently to the home of Mr,
t'arl McOonnell, where an enjotahle
time waa had. fifteen member at
tended and the ladli-a present a gueata
were Mra. O. W. Maybee. Mra. J. M.
fianUter, Mrs. J. W. hpln. Mra. W.
8. Kanlater, Mr. George lianlater of
Athena and Mra. A. U Hchaefer O"
prndleton. Mr. Maybee and Mr. J.
M. Hanlater became member of the
guild. An elaborate luncheon waa
aerved by the hteaa. Two very pleas
ing aoloa were sung by Mr. R. G. Bal
ing, and a reading waa given by Mra.
K. K. Gelaa. The next meeting will b
held June i at the home of Mrs. A.
Illllv Karrell leat Krankle (Joe) Con
ley In tho fifth round of their engage
ment at Pendleton Tuesday night be
fore the largest crowd. It I said, that
ever attended a boxing match In that
seconds threw up the sponge, although
II B 1 f I T-ll it, wufiiv m, in- -".'
that Conley waa not In dlatreaa but
waa merely stalling. Enraged by thl
act. Conley aklpped acroaa the ring and
alnpped hla offending aecond. and wa
later taken In cuatody amidst conald-
lerable tumult. Prior to the match.
Hobby Kvna waa Introduced by the
referee and challencgcd the winner.
Some wide-awake Juvenile reporter
haa contributed the. following sporting
note to our Item box: "The Mllton
Weaton game played at Weaton Ut
Saturday wa a very vlctorlou one for
the young Weston boys. The score
waa SI to 1 In the sixth Inning, and
the Weaton boya never countod any
more score from the sixth on. on
their aide. The Westonltea knocked
three vleltlnf pitchers out of the box.
The battery for Weston was Read
and HurifV, Jimmy fanninjr 15 men In
I Inning. The Milton battery con
sisted of Harder. Mllby and Harder.
Struck out by Milton pitcher, t."
Joel O. Davla, who until the present
year waa auperlntendent for three
yeara of the Weaton schools and haa
lately been teaching at Waahtucna,
hna been elected to the prlnclpalahlp
of the Proacott. Weah., schoola. The
many frlenda and well wisher of Mr.
Davl In thl community regard Prea
cott a fortunate In accurlng hla serv
ice. Mr. Davl and family will re
main In Waahtucna until August. The
program committee for tho pioneers
reunion at Weaton, June It and IS.
hna been promised aome number by
Mrs. ltavla. who la a girted humoroua
and dramatic reader.
The third and championship ball
game between the Weaton Mountain
and Dry Creek teama wll be played
on the Weaton grounda next Sunday
at S p. m., while the local league team
la keeping Its Athena date. Each haa
won a game, and this battle will be
"for blood." John English la man
ager for the "Brush Monkeya." while
George Bade haa the Dry Creekera In
tow. and It will be worth while to be
on hand and watch these rival mag
nate glare at each other.
The Rogers place In the foothill
near .Weston, consisting of S70 acre
of farming and pasture land, haa been
eold by J. W. Wolfe of Walla Walla to
Joe McClellan. The consideration 1
aald to have been In the neighborhood
of SIS, 000. tt .V. Warner, who haa
been farming tho place, haa disposed
of hla Intoreata to Mr. McCellan. and
will move to Walla Walla with hla
Glenn Morrison, son of Mr. and Mra.
R. Morrison of thl city, waa among
the aallor boya who tried to raise the
TTniteri States submarine which eank
last month In Honolulu harbor. He
wrltea home an Intereettng account or
the fruitless rescue work and also a
deacrlntlon of Honolulu, with which
ha la delighted.
Wet but happy, four local fisher
men returned Sunday evening from a
day'a aoort on the north fork of the
Walla Walla. They took about S00
trout, and felt well repaid for being
caught out In a drenching rain. In
the party were Geo. B. Carmlcnaei.
Roy Key, "Frenchy" Dupula and Bob
81m J. Culley left on a trip to aouth
ern Idaho Wednesday In hla Ford au
tomobile, accompanied by hla brother.
Cliff Culley of Walla Walla,
If j(ou want a good atalllon at a bar
rain price, read the announcement
elsewhere of J. K. Justice, Importer.
Fred Kyle, tha Milton builder. Is In
town thla week, doing some work on
the Charlea Crawford residence.
The ho:et of eliorulslea oo per
pound at WcsUjd Iiakery.
If. Ooodwln returned Monday from
business trip to t'ortleixl.
If yog want le knew about that new
Weaton aUore. read Walla llogerr
Geo. L. Horseman ha been eonBned
lo Ills bonie by I lines during th
A bargain la gasoline thresher and
a potato planter. Mee big ad. Wall
It. .. Drlskell arrive.! yesterdsy
from Ilsyuiti, and will again become a
Yut Hle.Hpao of horses, carriage
ami heme.. AlaOgotxJ farm wagon.
Dr. Farnwrth wa up from Pendle
ton Haiurday night and me Willi th
Msaunlo ''blue Iodic.
J. 8. Km Is here from Walla Walla
to visit hi son, Arthur Itoaa, who con
tinue lo slowly improve.
Joe Wood ha gone to lledmond,
Oregon, to demonstrate In allalla cul
lure during the summer months.
After another rainy week. Weeum
la nesr to look ng for an ark. alol
Lure around hare la geulng lo be bit
Motor car eervlr to all points, da
or nlaht. Alao livery and feed alabv
ounoallo the Meuallen llcKmltn
shop. Lafa McUrlde.
Monroe and Floyd Turner enjoyed
sn earurslon to Lew 1st on Sunday In
their new Haynea car. which they
found to be good traveler.
C. M. Ohmert, a photographic e
pert, late of Springfield. Illinois, ar
rived In Weaton this week and haa be
come associated with J. I Abrami.
In the Ohmart Abrams atudlo.
Ilecoifling frightened at a steam rol
ler on the Dry creek road the oilier
dsy. Goo. B. l annlchaera leam u(el
hi buggy, throwing Ills wife and him
self lo the ground. Mra. t'armlcbael
s Quite severely bruised about llie
The Crow (Ftlsck Crow) suto Is sure
ly proving all claim Four-cylinder
en bloc motor with Atwsier-Kent igni
tion: four Sliced, full floating axle, and
the eaeiest running ear of it size on
the merest; 27 horse power. 8ee me
for Lee lire. A. Hbillip.
The baccalaureate exercise of Wea
ton High School will be held next Hun
day at 1 1 a. m. at the school auditor
ium. The address will be given by
Kev. N. D. Wood. The graduating
exercise are announced for next Fri
day evening, May 21, at eight o'clock.
Uobliy Evans bested Harney Mullln
In the third round of their taxing
match last night at Weston. Mullin
wss plainly out of condition, and only
In the tlna round did this veteran rlng
ier chow occasional flathes of hi old
tune form. There were iwo good pre
liminaries. A mar belonging to the Ross boys
has a "kink In her neck" which It la
Duixllna them no little to eradicate.
In some curlou manner she twisted a
halter chain twice around one hind
foot and threw herself In the manger.
When released ahe was unable to move
her neck, although It had not been
broken and had Buffered no apparent
The safe In the O.-W. R. ft N. depot
at Milton waa blown with nltro-glyc-erlne
Sunday night and robbed of Ita
content. 181.15 In money. Th Job
was apparently done by expert cracks
men. County offlcera took a couple of
uspects In custody at Weaton Tuea
day. but soon found that they were
not the right men and they were re
leased. Now la the time to get your photo
graph taken. It la our aim to pro
duce nothing but the best, for only by
ao doing can we hope to please you
and merit your fulleet confidence. We
take an active, personal Interest In our
work, ao that our patrons derive th
full benefit of our large experience and
knowledge. We also do Kodak fu
nning. Ohmart & Abrams, upstalra In
WESTON'S BEAUTY BABES
ARE HIGHLY LAUDED
"One of the principal things to at
tract the attention of a atranger In
Weaton la the marked beauty of Its
Thla remark cornea from Ohmart A
Abrams. photographers, who have
lately fitted up a studio In the Brandt
building. Aa arttat of experience,
they may be aald to be speaking with
The same observation haa more than
once been made. Weaton stand with
distinction as a city of fine children,
aa may be noted In viewing the hand
some little flock In baby buggies and
tripping upon tha lawns and streets of
thla fortunate burg. Commenting fur
ther. Ohmart Abrams observe:
"The fact that Weston contalna ao
many beautiful children might not Im
press others ao much aa It doea the
man who makes a profession of pho
tographic art. We have been study
ing faces for years, and know what we
are talking about when we say that
Weston can boast of aa handsome a
lot of little people aa any place we
know of and that Includes aome large
centers. Weaton haa much to be
proud of, and ita children count for a
good deal In thla respect"
TO THE PCBUC
Are you trying to build up your
home town? If you are not, why not
start In today by buying your bread at
the Weaton Bakery or the O'Harra
Store, which la handling Weston bread.
We spend our money at home and
have invested our . money here, and
furthermore are here to stay.
Are you, reader, guilty of spending
your money for bread that la made at
Walla Walla? If so, you are not help
ing your town and you alao get stale
bread, aa It haa to be a day old in or
der to ahlp and la kept two or three
days more. We bake every day and
our bread la freah. Come In and In
spect our bakery. Cleanliness la our
Our new Ice cream parlor is the best
and neatest In town. Our Ice cream
and cake, 10c. Our Ice cream aundaes.
all kinds, at 15c or two for J5c. Our
soda pop at 6c the-bottle.
We believe In large sales and amall
profits, and do not hold up the pub
lic. Our freah roasted peanuts at
It He the pound.
E. E. ZEHtt.
Do you own or have bought a HOME or FARM or bulnee In Weaton or eielnltyT
Are you renter, laborer, clerk or profeealonalT
Thon your values ami your welfare depend on your home town. Boost It. Invest at h me, buy at
home, atay with your friend, "United We Btand, Divided We Fall." -
The Bualneaa Men and the Home People- are ihe best frlenda yow have. They are here tn tin e p-oa.
peroue and thoy are here when you are In need of help; You know that our Interest are Mutual aid you
know that we are not aelflah. Now make yourself at home. Show o that you are credit to your loan,
as well as you want us to be.
What do you think of the fellow who exist a miserly apona;s-ager to take In everything food
hfnutelf but never doinf or investing: to better others as well aa himself?
For answer-watch his funeral cortege.
Now, Good People, take hold of this WESTON STORE propoeition. Booat-dWt knock. Iks I
your atore. Every indutrious girl, boy, msn or woman can have personal Interest. The manager will le
under bond, and if you catch him or the directors selling any goods on credit you may have your money out
of the btulneaa at once. How hi that for safety? 8tock to negotiable. You can sell, buy or borrow money
on It. This U go rlcbt now -In three or four days-or it will be turned down flat and Weston will Joe the
best ehsnee for a HUMMING SUCCESS she ever had.
Now Boost for the Weston Mercantile Company!
We have a bargain In Bundle Oaaolin Thresher; on truck, 4 horse, move anywhere, 40 to M bosh
els per hour, S to 6 men can run it; $625.00 take it-cash or good as gash.
Also a bargain in slightly used Potato Planter. Coat $75 Uat year. Will take ca.h or good as cash
ny CmVand see the new Unders-McCormick and John Deere, Wfkef, WUkaM 14 Jets Dettt Wires.
PLANS UNDER WAY
FOR WESTON STORE
WutM MercMUl Cettsuy U vrfaa-
txel With $!. ClflUL
Prosnects that Weton will soon
have a large new mercantile alore are
regarded as very encouraging.
The enterprlae w the outgrowin oi a
movement set on foot a few day ago
and which i now actively in progri.
A corporation to be known a llie Wev
ton Mercantile Company, with capital
stock of .I0,U00, is pruKjed. Of this
amount r:5,000 is lo be fully paid, half
fK-uher. this tear, ami hair uy Jan
uary 1, 1916. by the Bubscribera. The
remaining vKHW is lo be set astue as
The manager and largest sharehold
er will be J. F. Slover, a successful
Milton merchant, who will come to
WesUin and take personal direction of
the store. .Mr. Slover has ubcriled
for IjOOO worth of stock. Enough
fnetlixrKulMci-itnions have Wen taken
by Weston business men and farmer
or are immediately "in sight" to bring
the total to I15.000, and the promoters
feel confident that the remaining 10,-
000 will be readily secured.
Manager Slover will give a bond of
410,000, and for aa much more aa ihe
directors may require. An absolutely
cash business must be done, or anj
.i,,...,i.i,w will, on demand, be enti
tled to the redemption of his stock at
par. After paying for their stock
shareholders are absolved from any
further liability, under Oregon law.
Ti..iej in rinse touch with the busi
ness situation here are con8dent, as is
also Mr. Slover, that the enterprise
will nay at least eight percent aunusi
dividends from the start. Practically
everybody here ia "boosting" for the
movement. The committee in itnuie
.lisie ehsrire of the subscription con
sists of Dr. F.'D Watts, Frank Price,
J. M. Banister aod K. C. Kogers.
Mr Slover met last Mommy itu mo
local people interested, and will be
llHffl at 1 Hill today. He says the new
store can meet catalogue house com
petition and still pay good prouis.
MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF
FORMER WESTON DRUGGIST
W. J. Morrison, formerly, until a
year ago. in the drug businesa at Wea
ton. died at hla home In Portland last
Friday night under clrcustmancee that
Indicated aulclde. In fact, hla death
was reported aa a suicide by the Port
land papers. The Evening Telegram
of Saturday said:
'Preparing a special poison which
naMroA Into rsnsuleSL W. J. Morrl-
son, part owner and manager of the
Rose City pharmacy, iwun. iny-e-enth
atreet and Sandy boulevard, took
the drug to hla home, 664 East Flfty
..v.nih trpo North, last nleht and
swallowed Beveral of the capsule.
Morrison died before aid couia oe sum
moned. "Morrison was despondent over bus
iu nonriittons. Shortly after he went
to bed Mrs. Morrison noticed that her
husband was breathing heavily. tne
-Ooorthv . rasned Morrison, and
lapsed Into uncotisclousnses."
An autopsy was arterwara neia ma
the physicians could find no trace of
nnin The suicide theory waa thua
exploded, and the case la pusiltng the
authorities. "No natural cause of
death could be discovered," says the
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B. SViFT & GO.
a a rryr LAWVEII.
,303 Seventh St, Washington 0.C
The World's Closest Slrimmer
The U. S. not only won the World' Record in the greatest el
all separator contests, but has continuously retained and strength
ened this wonderful record at all important International and State
events from the beginning of this century, in the Agricultural
Colleges and in actual ever day work right on the farm tinder all
In competition the United States has been able to prove that
it can always skim closer than any other cream separator,
mainly because it is the only well-known separator that is built
to skim according to Nature's laws; cream from the top, mule
from the bottom therefore, no conflicting bowl currents. Aa
yet we have never heard of anyone who has improved on Nature.
At "finish of the run" do you know that most cream separa
tors lose considerable cream? - The U. S. never does, for it flushes
perfectly clean. The vertically arranged skimmer and
open center of the bowl render it impossible for creaa.
to lodge in the bowL
We shall appreciate further chance to prove these
facta to your satisfaction.
Imported and home-bred Percheron, Belgian
and Shires, now at the Model barn, Walla Walla,
for a short time. Extra good, big and rugged,
with the best of pedigrees, and for sale at bar
gain prices. If you are in the market for a fine
stallion, you should see these horses.
J. R. JUSTICE ww
(The Galesburg, Illinois, Importer) WALLA WALLA, WN.
T -"" "Mvm jue..n. -WM '.' '..WW it! WlllJlawoi.a.w
"I'll buy at the r
My Davenport Chairs
Kitchen Articles Tables
. ' . -
Where I can get the NEWEST at a price within
my reach and prepare my home for Picnic"
Hold, tha World'.
Record in tha
contest aver held