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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1915)
Dr. Alfred F.Sempert
. Graduate; ami. Registered
Price Raonbl .
tar BRANDT MI.Dd., upstair.
at Weston Bakery
Cak and Pastry. .
v riM CatKll.'
Goad MnU at All Hour. 2&c (.
W speclalls In Uxlf
and Party Hupp, .
ZEHU the BAKER
In Wheeler buUL
il Dale Rothwell
. Optical Specliilil '
I eiva all mv Lima to lb fit-
T tlnf and grinding; of glass, I
X Have practiced In Pendleton ail X
year. AU work f uaranleed.
; ' American Natl Bank BU.
; ! (UaUira)
WOSTON - PENOLGTON
AaU Sup SdwfcJe
A. M. Oatmg fir, P. M.
Waaloa !: L Weston 1:00
Athena : " Athaaa 1:11
M Acta ma 1:11 " Adanta 1:11
A. M. tnng Kaat. P.M.
ta-feodletoa Lv Pendleton :
- Adam Kit " Adama M
Alkaaa ll:lt " Alhana 1:11
Waaloa to Alhana. tic; Weaton to
Adama, lc: Athena to Adama, 15c;
W eaten to Pendleton, 1.00; Athena to
Pendleton. Tie; Adama to Pendleton.
Hound trip. If made In aam dor:
Weetoa and Pendleton, 11.10; Athena
ad Pendleton, 11.11.
Headquarter: Wrtton. at City Drug
tor; A'hena, HI. Mchota Hotel;
Adama, Inland Marcanlll Htorej Pen
dleton, Pronch Kaataurant "
A. M. ftOTODL
tlalsd alfalfa hay delivered at III
per tn. Inquire at Watt Kit''
Mr. J. B. Ulenfleld rturnd Huaday
from a vlalt with Mr. tUUMca Culley
at Walla Walla.
Dreamland mollm plrtura at We,
lon opera houa Mil Moaday and
Call at mr eecond-hand alora and
ee my air Una of heating and cook
Move. B. B. Eehm.
. Mr. II. I Iladrlrk ha gone to
Kha fur a ' vlall at lha horn
of Mr. and Mrs. koula Rcholl, Jr.
T Infant aim of Mr. and Mra.
Prank Cireer la reported to ba vary III
with erysipelas In in auatarr nospi
tal at Wall Walla.
Ilanry Plnkerton ram ovar from
Athana Wednesday Juat to see that
wmmi didn't srow beyond hla rcol
lection while ha waan't welching.
u..,.. J,,ka and nnbart Proebetel,
L. mil. a,,na f Mr. and Mr. L, C.
Proabatal af Hurley. Idaho, ar visit-
In lhlr aunt, Mr. Miiiaa erew
qs,kap want u n tha moun
i.i. wrfu.da wlih a load of amply
ark la order to begin harvesting hla
pud ,crop II haa aavaa aero In po
u, nil Mra. Arthur Roa raturnad
Wadaaoday from Walla Walla, whara
Mr. Mo ha again been under treat
mam. ll I reported to conetd-
VocaJ Cullura A. W. Lundell, B. M..
will accept a llmllad numbar of pu
pil la aloflna and alaht raadlac on
raaaonabla tarma. Claa forming aow.
Tour piano tunad at city prlca.
n. aMHra Hnwt to baaln thalr
Bundar. la b rondurtad
by Kldar U II. Eby of Payatl. Idaho.
Kldar Fby la a elaar raaaonar
forraful . pakr. t'omo aad hoar
him. J. II. Millar.
A f.ud la aald lo hava davalooad b.
twaaa th Walla Walla pollc fprra
and th aharlffa office. 8hrlff
n.mai latalv dlarharcad - hi chlar
daputy baraua h cava aid to tha po-
tt In a buralary .
n..r.ia iimiarhar. who waa aaverly
burnad la a ara fire at Waaco. Ora
on. w abl Monday to laav hla
bad fur th flral lima ainc awumin
nia inturtaa a month aao. HI con-
llnuad and rapid rocovary la now
tjiw Knua1 and atria aouada of
Waatfin Mlah chool hav brun pr
iiminar baaktball prartlr In th
dormitory fym, although tho taama
i.,u nnt vat baan orcanlsad. A
! month or mora will hava lapd ba-
for th aaaaon a piay oagtna.
An army of crowa wapt or th
tlarmlaton country Sunday on lhlr
way to th aouth. At on tlm when
moat of th crow had llghlad thar
la lad to hav baan a contlnuou
tratrh of tilark not laaa lhan a mil
In langlh and a thouaand ft
Poraman Jack Crum la gattlng lha
aqulpmant Id rdin to rum
work on th Wrston-Mlltoa xtaalon
of th county' macadam road, a faw
mtlaa nf which ramaln to b romnlat-
ad thla aid of Mtllon. Following th
next good rain, o pa ration will bagln.
Jake Kae, whuaa -alh orrurrad
avptetnber It at hta nom In Miucka
burg, California, waa wall knowa la
plonaar cirri al Waatua. II waa
a aon of Andrew Ka, one of the
aarlleat aattlara In thla neighborhood,
from whom Ka cemetery waa named
and not a few of Weaton' eltlaena
war hla aaaoclale and frlnd dur
ing hi young mauhood. Leaving
Waeton la !. Jk Kaa lived for
many yeara la lha Willow ereek eoun
try, Morrow county, arterward going
t California. Ha waa highly re
ported In Blockaburg, where he held
th offlc of Juath- of th pear. II
I urvlvd by hla widow and Iwo mar.
rlad daughter. A niece, Mra. W. A.
Iiarnaelde la Weetun.
W. P, Laach, formerly leading
farmer of Waaloa mountain, waa in
towa Monday from hla plac Bear
Vlncanl which burg ha report to b
launching a llttl boom of It own.
Vincent baa a number of live bualn
Date and Debits Later
One Third Your Life is Spent in Bed
' Some claim that from the cradle to the grave, one
third one's life is spent in bod. How important, then,
that our bods shall be restful, so that we may sleep
soundly and awake invigorated and refreshed for the
day's tasks, whatever they may be. Good beds, good
springs and good mattresses give years of service. Have
you ever considered how small is the cost per year of a
good bed. Figure it out. Most folks will be surprised.
' We have just received another carload of American
Beds and Springs and another carload of Mattresses
mostly fine mattresses which will delight one for twenty
years. Let us figure with you. Write if you can't come.
Name any price you wish to pay and we will give you
more for the money, or name the grade you wish, and
we will quote you. a lower price than you can get
Yfe carry all grades, but recommend Good's Beds.
Proper rest is as important as proper food; besides, good
beds are really the cheapest in the long run.
THE DAVIS-KASER CO.
Completa Furnlahara of Homaa, Omcca, Churches, School
10-80 Aider St. - (Odd Fallowa' Tamplo) - WALLA WALLA, WASH.
.Percherons, ueigians ana onirea pan,
l ' f .iL.. Un knna hoan IICOH that I
young ana exira gowi, uuicia mav wvi. ..- -can
enarantee. . '
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A selection at Commercial Stables, Pendle
ton. Oregon, urvtil October 27th. If you are a cus
tomer for a good horse at the right price, come and
pee me. -;--' '''- '-'' ' ; 1 -
J. R. JUSTICE, (Importer, Calcsbur $, Illinois
flodel Tailors and Gleaners
Ladies' and Gents' Suits Made .
Jand Remodeled ;
fgf Spaclal attention given to out-of-town cleaning
aent ty rarcel poet. ' 4
114 E. Webb St. . Pendleton, Oregon
eetabllahmeata and a creamery enter-
nriaa mil a newaDaMr and postomcc
are among th near development of
th future. Th community la con
ataotly adding to Ita population, and
haa 171 puplla cnrollad in It ernooia.
Mr tarh'a land holdlnn adjoin lha
town, aad he la glad to watch It grow.
"Th nicna of t.e Bon of Maa" la
th subject of a lactur to b given at
Weaton ooera houa nt Runaay ar-
lernoon at two-thirty o'clock by Paa-
lor William A. Hkr of New Tork
Clly, under aueplce of th InUrna-
tlonal Hlbl Hludanta. Aa invaria
bly th caa with th bible atudant
maettnga. aaala ar free and bo col
lection will ba taken. Paator Baker
haa appeared before a Weaton audi
ence on a former occasion, and I re
garded aa an abl and Interesting
rViuwl nrngtee waa mad thla week
In grading and graveling th main
atreet of Weaton under th direction
of Superintendent Wluran. Th gen
eral comment of townspeople la on
of aallafactloa that thla neded Im
provement. o long delayed. I at taat
being accomplished. Nat year thla
and other leading thoroughfare will
probably be oiled, which method of
treatment haa been found to be econ
omical and eallafactory by neighbor
Two banda of Bmyth brother'
heap, aggregating loa head, were
moved through Weaton Tuaaday from
ummar rang oa th Wnha re
serve lo winter on alfalfa In the Vin
cent neighborhood. They are ao fat
and frlaky that It will be etrnar If
omeon ' doean't confiscate a Utile
mutton en route. Flock of small
boy followed la their wake, but "baa.
baa." was th only band music vouch-
Iaafed. , f - 4 ..
R. M. Bmlth. cashier of the local
, bank, haa purchased the W. H. Bene
flel residence property on East Mala
' . . -,kl.k V M.IH AMUinu nnn with
IITTI. " 'II. I. i ' il" "v I ".-.
hla family. Vfr. and Mra. Beneflel
expect to return to Portland to make
their horn. Jo Blomgren and fam
lly will move to town about Novem
ber lt to occupy their reldenc or
Normal Heights, vacated by th
- Th automobile market haa been
rather lively In Weaton of late. J. A.
McRa haa purchased an Overland
riv-panr touring car, 40 horse
power, or the 111 model, and alts at
the wheel with every evidence of en
Joyment. Jack Crum and P. C Greer
have bought and are driving new
Kurds. Mr. Greer hmight hi ear of
Watt, It Kogere, tha local frenU.
Oeorg Winn returned Saturday
from San Pranclaco, and report th
Panama-Pariric exposition to be an
arimirahla affair. Those who can go
and do not In Oeorge'a opinion, are
missing a good deaJC Not only la the
exposition a beautiful and compre
hensive one. but Ita visitors are wen
received and no extortion la attempt
ed upon their pocket book, k. -s . -
Somebody with a. mean dlspoaltlon
ran a knife blade Into the tire of a
Ford car left atandlng In 'front of
hla home by Joe Wood, who la driving
on the Helta run for A M. Boyden,
the auto atage man. Th anih waa
cleanly cut, leaving no doubt that It
waa the result of wanton mischief
rather than accident.. -
1.,, avnartnit that tha Weston
brickyard would close down thla week.
hut tha management haa decided to
put op another kiln and operations
will continue several wrens longer.
Continued demand for the yard'a ex
cellent product led to the change of
plan. , ,-. j , i i, -.
I Intend to eall at once the three
lot adjoining th residence property
of Ralph Baling on the north and
east. Two fine building locations
on on Water street one on Franklin
atreet Tell me what you will give.
F. D. Watt.
Scott Banister persuaded himself
Saturday to aeparat from 900 sack
of wheat, believing that IS cent In
th hand 1 worth a dollar la tha bush.
Th lot waa bought by 8. A. Barne
for th Pacific Coast Elevator com
pany. , , .- :. '' ---. ',.
Aftet" occupying ' rented e property
for a number of year. 8orn Thorson
decided to hav a home of hla own In
Weston, and haa bought the dwelling
on Washington atreet formerly owned
by the late Mra. Elisabeth Prine, -
Miss Grace Dodd, Hiss Rena Con
rad, Earl Lovell and Lloyd Huber of
Touchet, Wash., and Mis Esther Mil
ler and Frank Farren of Walla Wal
la, were Sunday visitor of Mr. and
Mra. J. B. Farren.
Th Weston City council haa ap
pointed Mra. W. A. Graham to a posi
tion on th local library board mad
vacant by the resignation 1f MraB.
Motor car service to all points, day
or night. Also livery and feed tsbl
oppoelt the Ueuallen blacksmith
shop. tfe McBrlde. v "
Wanted To borrow 1300 for three
months on 11,500.00 worth of per
sonal security. Will pay 121 Interest
Inquire at this office. "f
Nasi Bva-room ooliaf ' tut reol.
WM Kogers. , ,
Three nlo lerHn mom for rent.
Inquire of Mr. Whcalar.
I'm rolnf to solt ifioae Iota p'rettr
aooo. I'ut In rood l-U-jou may get
aumellilng. K. l. WU.
Wa are still doing aenelilaratila meat
bulnaa at tha arnne tk stsull, Oi-t
our prise. A. F. Terry.
K1 art) Kulfonl has returned U)
till nitroHille from tha Irtigatloo
burg In the Weat KikI, and OnUs ell
life a weloome change.
Joha York and family have moved
lnt th Wheeler exiag oo atMilh
Water at real, and air. York lis about
evaiplsted a deal lur it purchase.
Bert Winn wa ovef from Helix Sat
urday and Sunday, elslng up Weston's
naw at ra and Ita Dinar evidence of
metropolitan growth gad progress.
W. S. Prlc and T. U McBrld, rep
reeentlng th local ledge of Pythian,
.ii.iiilin. arantf liwl ra I h la waak
and Incldanully enjoying urban life
la Oregon' proud metropolia.
Bert Slack and family ar coming to
Waeton from Union county In a few
dava and their two Hula daughters
will attend school. Mr. tilack be
leased the i. T. llead acreage property
Tb office of tha TMoa 'furniture
More I being remodeled, with a a
raia eonipantnent for tb Kicst tela-
...I..i.. In arhlnh M tlJWl slims
Klrkpairick, its capsule and popular
operator, will rule la state. "
Not unlike Oliver Twist, Umatilla
county farmer are "eantiog more,"
and 85 cent a bushel baa stimulated
. . . t I I. l.u,.! .k..l maa
1 DUb IVw bTWKa I u vi m wvm. w ,,wv -
Klansrer Frank Trice of the Weston
warvnouse eonipanj uisuo om pur
chaae Wednesday, liowever. aggre-
il-tf ah,,., Irsm aaVa. Kim Hsrnes.
lit elevator com paoy's agent, look on
avsral small Iota, totaling about
The local baseball msgnaie In for mi
ns that hi uprltlva gmxl judgment
of auiwrtorUy in tk great national
pastime ha been demonstrated by bis
winning- four out of five elgar bets
from Ksrl Klrkpatrlck-tha being the
ratio of game by which th I ted Sox
took the world series from the Phil
lies. He further Inform us that be Is
surprised at tba lack of baseball per.
splcaciljr oo tb part of Bill" Nor
l)rao of Wallace, Idaho, former local
magnate, who picked tb Phillies
BIG SALE OF FURS
WILL SOON BE ON
trajLatijdJi Event af Wetteal Rev Start
-left teea hi Wewa-Stf Iran.
(more popular.irith the public than it fa with iis)-but
"It All Comes Out in the Wash"
Our loss is your gain your gain is our joy.
Nice, dry, split mountain pine, $3.50 in yard, $4.00 delivered.
Our 1915 Hudson for $400 off, or we will sell you'a Ford each
the Leader in jts Class.
The heating plant of the Weston
Mercantil company Is now fully
equipped, the radtatora having been
recently placed, and Ita commodious
quarters are home-Use and comforta
ble. It Is aa a borne stor that Wes
ton's new establishment prefers to be
known. The people ar Invited to
come In and make their headquarter
there. They needn't feel that they
must enter with perse In hand In or
der to be sure of ft wloom. Although
not on a trading mission, they will be
gladly received. ,
Kspeclallv Is the new More available
aa a resting place lor the women and
children from th country districts
whenever they come to town. A la
dles' rest room, furnished with toilet
convenience, ha been fitted up for
their reception, and it Is as freely at
their dlspoaal as though It were a part
of their own home. '
The Weston Mercantile Company
will introduce an Important trading
feature la the near future In the ehape
of a fur sale. This will not be a mod
eat event of the usual small-town
character, but a wonderful bargain
festival of blgh-claaa fur. The man
agement haa arranged -with, leading
eastern furriers to display their choic
est goods at Weston, and these will be
nMarail tnr a faw dava onlv. Weaton
people may then buy furs to aa good
or better advantage aa though they
were living In Chicago or New York.
Due notice of the aale will be given
later. Further store news Is set forth
by Manager Stover as follows:
. "Within the next week we will have
upon our shelves the finest line of
hand-painted china and dainty dinner
ware It would be possible to find In
any store In any town of any alx In
the Pacific Northwest When It ar
rive we went our women friend to
come In and' feast their "eyes ' upon
this elegant display.
"We have Just received a nice as
sortment of ladles' house dresses and
klmonas, and Invite Inspection In full
confidence that these goods will be
appreciated by the most discriminat
ing customer. , ,, ......
"Other goods that are sure to please
the feminine eye may be aeen In our
show cases trimming buttons, trim
mings, neckwear and ostrich ruffs and
the like. Thla line embrace the very
latest novelties, and we ar rather
proud of It. Our jewelry show case
also offers a pleasing 1 exhibit We
hav any number- of fancy pins for
ladlea and watch chains and fobs for
men, Th Leonard watch, sold at
only 18 cents but a guaranteed time
piece, 1 among our leaders In this de
partment "Our atatlonery, line la very com
plete. Indeed. Everything In the way
of stationery and achool supplies
with the single exception of achool
book may be found In our store.
"Just now we are installing addi
tional store equipment and furniture
la order to admit, of a better display
of our large stock. It Is part of our
policy to have a bright and attractive
store reallilng a we' do that when
the eye la pleased -a. friend la often
gained." - . .,
To Whom It May Concern.
In the Matter of the Accounts of
D. B. Jarman,
Notice Is hereby given that I am the
assignee of the accounts and notes
formerly due and owing to IX B. Jar
man of Weston, Oregon, ami earn, are
due and payable to me. I have ap
pointed Mr. Geo. I Horseman of
Weston, Oregon, as my agent to col
lect these debts and he la authorised
to receipt for the. same. Debtors are
respectfully requested to call on Mr.
Horseman and settle their obligations
in thla matter.
R. L. SABIN,
: ODD BITS OF 1CEWS.
London. Eng English women- who
hav always looked oa the ua of
rouge as bad taste, are beginning to
us It In I arcs quantities. The makers
of coametlca ssy that worry from th
war Is making th women pal and
they ar resorting to paints and pow
ders In desperation.
Belolt Wis. Clarence Montroy la
earning money to pay nis way through
school by allowing automobile to run
over hi body at a mile a minute clip.
Then he take up a collection in the
crowd. He alao binds horse hoea In
hla teeth aa a aide line. He waa left
an orphan when hla father murdered
his mother, sister and brother, and
Chseter. Pa. When William Down
was entrapped by blu dy In a vat
which h waa mending, he wa over
come by fume and taken out for
dead. After the undertakers had pre
pared the body for burial and re
moved It to Downs' home, the corpse
arose on hi bed and screamed : "I'm
not dead, and don't you think I arm."
Shelbyvllle. 7ndA-The Lon Mull
farms , near Manilla have th record
apple. It 1 sixteen Inches In circum
ference and weighs I ounces. .
Pork, Mutton, Veal
FISH Mouday and Thursday
Get Our Prices
Phone No. 53. Orders taken by
phone for mail routes. ;
, CATTLE AND BOGS WASTED
This Briquet Man
hasn't got the STUMMY
KAKE, as you would proba
bly think from his looks; he
is merely asking for more
kake of the kind his wife
bakes when she burns DIA
MOND BBIQUETS in her
range. DIAMOND BRIQUETS is the
cleanest and, w think, the most econ
omical fuel on th market. W hava
carload now In stock and would be jtlad
to upply you with a asm pie order.
Wllllston, N. D. When Kenneth
Jordsn, an 1-year-old ttner In the
county Jail, secured the "stye from the
sheriff and opened the door telling
th prisoner they could escape, only
one took advantage of the offer. The
one who escaped was rearrested.
It's True Economy
TO TRADE AT
TLs Ecancmy Slors
Wa bny for eash and sell for
cash at small margins.
Crash and Linen Goods v
. gg- PHONE NO. 233
Dr. J. G. AcMATH
Office one block north of the bank
. ATHENA, OREGON
Electric Treatments Given
gW Phone 521
SLEEP ON A SEALY
And yeur sights will b filled with j!.
Aad th csrc, that infcsl the day
Will fold Iheir tcnta Ilk In Arabs,
Aad at il:ilry steal awsy. L.ft!lw.
Whether you need a Mattress or not, the next time you
are in town come in and see a Sealy.
The DeMoss Furniture Store
: -M , 111,(1 fksas
! a J
f- I ' lLaWuM eLiaa-J
The - kodak season
is at hand, and much
of beauty is offered
by the autumnal land
scape. ' We wish to
remind you that we
have a nice stock of
kodaks and camera