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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1916)
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x That' what a McDoucal! Auto Front Kitchen Cabi
net will mean in your home. You can get up a meal in
about half tho usual timc-the time saved will enable
,you to do many other tasks; it means tho elimination of
kltcncn slavery, ine time arm (imagery wiveu win soon
pay for one of these irreat labor wtvers. Nor is tnis an,
for tho saving of foodstuffs is no small item.
No other cabinet h o many rl, wrtb-whll Improvement
ml M of elulv, icntd McDougall faatura ImmjhUm.
aa (ka Mrllouaall Aula Front. Just about everything you Could
wlah fr i litclu.led-ery Improvement found on other rauliiel
A McDouffall Cabinet in your kitchen ia no expense,
but real economy, for it soon pays for itself and then
keeps doinir it over and over again. McDoujjall Cabinets
are splendidly builtmade to last for generations. They
are finished in a handsome, hard, durable varnish which
even hot water will not mar or turn white.
W h em lot of thvM An cabinet la dlspo of at SPEC
IAL I'UKK.S amlim special a.y tarma. Oim and ees them If
possible. If you ran't coma, ho or writ and w'U nd full
Complat FuriiLher of Hum, Ome, Church, Schauta.
Piano. Phonograph, Music.
I M AUr fit. - (Odd Fllow' T.ropl) - WALLA WALLA. WASH.
Dr. Alfred F.Sempert
Gradual and Registered
" OFFICE HOURS
.-00 ia 12:00 A. M.
10 ta 1.00 l. M.
WATTS HI.IXJ., untatr
It's True Economy
TO TRADE AT
Ths Euicnj Stirs
BATHS and fc
W bny for cash ainl aril
rah-at amall margin.
Crash and Linen Goods
PHONE NO. 233
WE CLEAN EVERYTHING
from the finest to (he
Suit cleaned and pressed..., II 00
Sulla HiKwl and pressed COe
LU' gown f 1.00 and up
Houa and at. draaaa,..80e and up
Glove, kmg ,2Se
Gloves, ahurt - 15c
Try ut-w hav tha xprlnc.
Watch thia ad. for change.
R. L. Reynaud
itlrfa with n at train price, i. O,
r. W. Km and family haa mov4
to Pendleton la raald.
liny airfla during our aala at tt
par cent lees. Weaton Marrantli vo.
Orwst value In man' ahlru at our
big Iteduclng gal. Wrelon eiercBS
Om, It. rlaamor la hra from Am
ity, Oregon, lo look after nia mm
interest near Weaton.
Mr. and Mra. John Mt-naa ana
dauhra were visiting la Walla Wei-
la Saturday and gunday.
Narlr new lll.lt refrigerator for
ta fur M.tt. Also good ginger ew-
Ing machine. T. K. Zchm.
A aparlal Memorial Pay aervlre la
announced for nest Hunriay at II a
, at lh Methodlat church.
Homer MrKensle and Mlaa Johnson
of rveeweler, wra llunday guest or
Mr. and Mra. Oo. U Horseman.
r. C Clreer returned Heturday from
tha Hell neighborhood, wher no
haa flntahad hla aprlng farm In.
J. C. Yandell of Joeeph. Oregon.
waa here during tha week for a vla't
UK hla dauihtar. Mra. Herbert He-
Alt thoaa fcnowln thamaalvaa In
dablrd to ma ara raquaaiad to kindly
rati and arltlo thalr arcounU. I I.
ahn ara adrancln arry-
whorw taa. but at haa rut ina pnea
In two for our big aala. Weaton Mar
Mra. K MrMorria of Portland, who
Z'la tha guaat of bar alatar, Mra. L- H.
.Wood, aiwnt part or tha araak wan
' s . a -a ai'ii- tt'.lt.
Tho Halln brick at tha Cornar of
Main and Watar atiwt lataly varatad
by tha O'Harrm atora UI aoon ba put
In rvaitlnraa for occupancy by tha
Mra. A. W. Lundall and Mra. Mar
arat Whoatar. both of whom hav
baan undar Dr. "mlth'e cara with
haart troubla. ara raportad thla waak
to ba dacldadly batter.
A llht anow fall on tha Waatoo
uplanda Hunday nlirht, and tha roun
trvatda Mtwriancad anothar unnauaj
X ! touch of wlntar waathar In Maytlm
Mix Inrha fall at Maarham.
DR. C. H. SMITH
Physician and Surgeon
Bilk popHna at tt ranta. Itamnanta
orta-hnir prloa. Wamar Bria.- cor-
aata at tt rant. But you'll hava to
coma bafor tomorrow (Saturday)
: night. Waaton Mrrcantlla Co.
Mr. Claud I. Davla. formarly of
Wratnn, waa unltad In marrtaaa al
epokana racantly lo Mlaa Koaa Paul-
on. Both ara raaioanw or opownf,
hara lhay will contlnua to
Monday alhl Atkna had a good-1
alavd flrw, wlilih daatroyad aa old
llvary atabla aad tha Athena hotal,
ownad by Krantt Ttiarp. Tha blaM
atartad I lha atabla from aa unknown I
rauaa, and mada rapid proaraaa. gooa i
!lha holal waa anvalopad la flamaa,!
and It waa found la ba Impoaalbla la'
aavo aHhar bulldlnf.' Marin' plantyj
of waur tha fireman aavad brti-k '
bulldlofj aar lha tutl occuplad byi
Miliar' motion pk'tur ahow, and alao
lha Hardea raaldnr both of which
war In grata danar fur a lima, i
Tha Alhana Praaa eMr alao bad a ,
narrow aacapa, Ita roof having baaa
Unltad from burning ahlnglaa. Mr.'
Tharp rarrlad 1 1 tot Inauranra upon'
hla holal bulldln. but Ita ronirota'
wara unlnaurad. Many Waaton pan p la
want oaar In automnbllaa to Athana'al
aalatanra, and look ama fir hoaa .
Arrordlng to Kd DaMoaa, Waaton
haa a right to rlap Ita handa and about
for Joy thla waak, and lo faaat and )
maka marry upon lha fattad calf and
tha obaaa porbar. "For behold!" aalth
DaMoaa, "two of our moat ultra vlo
lanl peata ara abaanl at nnt and tha
a ma lima. Ha boldly nama namaa,
too, aayln thai ha haa rafaranca to,
"lm Barm and Hank Prlra. Pill
Oould la with thorn, but Hill, aaya
DaMoaa, la fairly aatlmabla rltlvn
and harma nobody. All thraa, by lha
way, ara altandlng lha I. O. O. r.
grand lodga at floarburr a Waaton
dalrgatao. Mra. tlarnaa and Mra. A.
Jama ara rapraarntln Waaton at tha
grand lodga of Rabakahav
!ju Saturday aaanlng. May 14.
mambar of tna Unltad Brathrrn
Church and flunday arhool gava Her.
and Mra. Ororm Chapman a aurprlaa.
About tt In number, thay gatharrd at
tha O. W. fHaam realdanra and want
from thara to tha parsnnaga for Ihlr
uninvited farewell call upon tha retir
ing paator and hla wife. An anloyable
evening waa apent In convaraatlon and
vamaa. and lea cream and raka wara
erred. All Joined In wlahlng Mr. and
Mra. Chapman prosperity and hnnl-
nraa In their new home near Philo
math. Oregon, for which lhay took
thalr departure Tueaday evening.
THEY THOUGHT WE WERE
but we have the goods
You take no chances dealing with Watts &
Rogers. We do as we advertise. WeVe got the
Ten Dollars (Mex.) as a tennis prize.
Take home a McCormick you take no chances.
Buy a Deere or Dutchman they are guaranteed.
Ride in a Weber, Winona or Deere they are stayers.
How about a sewing machine, an auto tire, a tennis
racket or a shotgun?
FISHING TACKLE galore, and a synopsis of the Game
LAWS for the asking.
PIONEERS PICNIC June 2d and 3d. ,
At a apaclal marling of tha W
ton roundl Tuesday evening an an
pmprtatlon of 17 waa mada to match
tha atmllar appropriation of tha Pat
urday Afternoon club for lha building
of pavilion In tha City park. It
eetlmated that tha total of 11 It will
ba ample for lha purpoae. a white
tha pavilion will he roofed It will not
ba endoned. Table and benrhe will
ba provided for open air renting and
readlnr, and K I expected that lha
pavilion will alao ba found available
for aummer band concert. It will be
completed and painted In time for lha
plonaaar reunion aat waak.
Manatar Pile ha armnred with
tha Athena team to plav baacball with
tha Waaton team dnrlng anch after
noon of tha plnneera reunion. June
t and t. It la expected that theaa
content will prove much mora Inter
esting than tha ordinary ma of "pic
nic ball gamaa." Karh team will put
Ita beat man Into lha llneup and atrtva
hard to win. both tha Waaton and
Athena manaaer having; determined
to give tha public real baaeball goods
for It money. A pitching dual ba-
maka t ween Shirk and Brill will likely be
taged for ona of the matinee.
DR. W. C. HUGHES
time In Ilia Klatn Itullillng, Milton
lluura, H to 12 ami 1 to 5 .
Echo and Pilot Rock. Blue Moun
tain league tram, played their ached
ulad gam at Kcho Sunday. Krho
won, nine lo three, and took the Iraa
In oe of tho 'bet Interecholajrtlc
baneball game ever played on the
local diamond. Weaton HlRh defeated
Columbia Collate" i.t TYtdav bv tha
in tha pennant race, while Weaton and aoore of two torero. "Fat" Wood.
Prndlelnn did not play, becauae or
tha dlaruptlon of McOarrlgle' Buck.
Jocko K rauaa. Echo' Imported al ab
ater from Portland, atruck out four
teen of th alugaing Plrte.
I rjj j vv ntza t-J ta a mi
FRIDAY and SATURDAY, AAY 26 and 27
We .find in combining the O'Harra stock with
ours that we are overloaded in some lines and , we
place upon special sale for these two days this surplus
stock as well as much of our crisp, new, this season's
merchandise. This sale includes
Shoes, Millinery, Men's Furnishings, Hats,
Notions, Dry Goods and Domestics
making a sale of such far reaching opportunities that,
the desired results will be obtained. The O'Harra
I stock is known as high grade, well selected merchan
dise. Our stock is all new and the goods ottered are
the most desirable.
DO NOT DELAY. The early buyer gets the choice.
who aeema lo be fast developing Into
a. a'abnter of merit and waa neatly
barkatopped by. Jlmmla Klrkpatrlck,
pitched airtight be.ll except In ona In
nine, when a combination of luck and
aklll prevented tha vlaltora from aror-
Ing. Weaton' play throughout shows
that It ha an abundance of young tal
At a meeting to be held at their
school houaa thl evening, tho people
of Weaton mountain will decide
whether or not they will celebrate the
Fourth of July again thla year. Waa
ton folk who went up to help them
celebrate last year and apent a most
m Joy able day In tha shade of ' the
pine, hop that their decision wilt be
In tha affirmative,
Mlaa ; Muriel Sating. Pendleton'
candidate, was elected queen of the
Portland Itoae festival by a vote of
T.4ll.t2t. or about four million more
than her nearest competitor. Mil
Hon of Votes war wlth-held by Misa
Sallrigr upporter in Portland until
th last moment of balloting. The
sum of li:95 was spent hi her erec
Whir repairing fence George Etlle,
a Uklah rancher, waa desperately at
tnck.d by a. mad coyote. , Beating the
beast off with b pin limb, he man
aged to mount hi horse, and the co
yote then leaped upon tha horse's
neck. Mr. Ellts escaped it savage
rushes, however,' by putting hi horse
to a gallop. -
Work will non begin upon Uncle
Sam' new telephone line leading
from Weston to the forest ranger mo
tion on the Wenaha reserve, a dia-
tn nee of twelve or fourteen miles.
The pole were gotten out last fall in
the Finnlah settlement, and bids for
setting them are now being received.
One hundred daintily trimmed hats
all new and i stylish . thl season's
millinery going at (8 cent each at
our big Reducing Sale today and to
morrow. Regularly priced at from
1.50 to tS.OO and good value at that,
but we must get rid of them. Wea
ton Mercantile Co..
Frank Couch, a former Weston boy,
was tn town Saturday and Sunday,
visiting hla father and friends, while
on hi way from Enterprise. Oregon,
to Mable, Lane county, where his
grandmother . resides. He contem
plate entering the Mable high school
next September. , , . ' . v
. Mr. Roy KIMgore and Miss Llnnle
Utna were united in marriage. May IT
at Walla Walla. Mr. and Mrs. Ktlt
gor will mak their homo in Weaton,
where friends' of both present con
gratulation and well wishes.
The wedding of Mr. M. H. Hender
son and Mra Nedlle Tweedy was sol
emnised recently at Walla Walla. Mr.
and Mra Henderson have gone to
housekeeping at tha Blue Mountain
Notices hare been posted by Clerk
Prank Price, announcing the annual
meeting of Weston school district for
Monday, June It, at t p. m. There
will be on .director and on clerk to
Motor car eervlc to all points, day
or night. Also livery and feed stftbh
apposite tha IJeiiallen blacksmith
shop. La fa McBrlde.
' 3. E, McDanlel.- prominent up
lander, made a business trip to Pen
Dr. P. D. Watts waa la I'ortlsod thl
week on business visit. '
Mis Nellie TUnler of Pendleton I
tboyueslof Mies Mortens Baker.
Mr. Will Nor Dean of Wallace
Idaho, is vl.ltlng her mother, Virs. K.
Fred Cometoek of Umapln ha
rented th Kd Tucker farm on the
Mr. II. A. Walker of Wasco. Ore-
gun, i visiting ber parents, Mr. and
Mra C M. Price haa gone to Frult-
lml. Idaho, for a visit with her sister,
Mrs. Htella Kennedy.
Th Weston Bath and Tailor Shop
will meet all prices. For rata on
cleaning, look for ad. R. L. Raynaud.
Th Mlaaea Dorothy and Marjori
Bulnnch, teacher In Xhe Ktcptoe,
Washington, schools, ar at home lor
r scat ion.
Mia Florence March ha returned
lome for vacation from ber echool
work at Milton, where she was re
elected for another year.
Mr. and Mr. Geo. W. Stage and
Mis Odessa Kirk Patrick are attending
the annual aonierenr of th Lniicu
Brethren Church in Spokane.
Mr. and Mra Geo. A. Ferpinon are
now resiuinir tn ftianicaio, Minne
sota, where Mr. Ferguson h a posi
tion with th Maokato Golden Rule
Houaewive will be Interest ed In In
specting our grocery special and wiH
find that a real saving- await mem
while our sale Is on. Weaton Mercan
F A. Heals, chief of the Oregon
weather bureau, was here Wednesday
from Portland consulting with the lo
cal observer, Merritt A. Baker. And
the next day it rainea.
C.lenn Morrison was lately trans
ferred fiora the United State cruiser
Man-land to the Albnr. which i now
in Mexican waters off Maxsilsn. He
ha been raised to a ship painter'a rat
ing with an Increase of pay. Glenn
was In Portland and Bremerton not
Rer. E. K. Clevensrer of Pendleton
gave an able baccalaureate address at
High School auditorium Sunday even
ing. The music by a special choir of
voice wa a very pleslng feature of
the union service. The 116 class will
receive their diplomas at the graduat
ing exercise this evening-. j
Tha recent eisrhth erade examina
tion was passed by 1S pupils, those of
Weston ttelnir r rsng ijtveouer. line
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Graham. Ruth Proebstel, Theodore
W allien, Otis Gould, Ida Beamer. Max
in Scrimsher passed in district No. 11.
Mrs. E. Reynolds returned Sunday
from her extended visit with relative
in Wichita. Kansas. Robert Reynolds,
who accompanied hla mother to the
KunHower ata.be. arrived home Tuee
dav. having stopped two day in Bait
Lake City for a vlait with th Baker
Imvs. Mrs. Reynolds met two broth
er In Kansas from whom she bad been
separated since the beginning of the
The O. A. R-. fraternal societies and
citliena of Weaton will meet on Main
street at t n. m. next Tuesday. May su.
nd form in line tor the processional
march to the cemetery, which will te
led bv the Weeton Concert Band. Au
tomobiles will be provided for the old
union and confederate veterans, four
teen of whom reside in Weaton and
vicinity. An appropriate program
has been prepared for rendition at tn
J. T. Lleuallen, the well known
UmatMla county wheat grower, now
resident of Walla Walla. wa in
town Wedneaday. Mr. LJeuallen aaya
that he will be on hand again thia
year for the, pioneers reunion, which
annual gathering- he never intends to
misa so long aa h is on terra urma
and able to toddle. He ha been over
hla wheat field In thl county, and
say that tha outlook la none too en
couraging. The wheat is backward,
while weeds are both thriving and
T VJ (too hot
-; k-lfOR ME!
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SPRING CANYON and ROCK SPRINGS COAL The eol that
make th whit beat. A good supply constancy on band.
LEHIGH PORTLAND CEMENT alwy In stock.
RED CEDAR FENCE POSTS from Puget Sound in any quantity.'
They are well tarred, or we will sell you the tar to tar your
A-l RED FIR and TAMARACK WOOD from Kamel; 16-inch, 12:
inch and 4-foot length.
aatofcsawaasnl He aageBW
The Universal Car
Figuring- from either end-cost or upkeep-the Ford is the
most economical, costing only about two cento a mile to oper
ate and maintain-less than sny other car. The expense vanes
with the driver and the conditions, but all agree that the Ford
expense U the lowest in every sense. Runabout 442-5; Touring-
Car 1492.45. On display and sale st
H. L. HEDRICK, Proprietor
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Carter & Smythe
J$4 Twenty Years -
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