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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1916)
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IMOAMarBU - (Odd FellW Temple) WALLA WALLA, WA8H.
Dr. Alfred F.Scmpert
Graduate) and Registered
9M to 12.00 A. M.
l.OO to SflO P. M.
WATTS BLDO.i upstairs
It's True Economy
TO TRADK AT
Til lmw Store
Wa bny tot raah and sell for
caah-at amall marglne.
Crash ami linen Coodi
far ruoNE no. ca
vat. m aa train oiiort. J. O
niUVJ W iia eeew mrm
Mr. Wallar ?ly of Portland waa
among Weston's reunion vlsltore.
Dr. and Mra. W. H. McKlnney at
tandad tha raunlon from Heila. Ore-
W, M. Freker, an aged pioneer who
never mlaaea a raunlon. waa up from
Pendleton for this evanl.
MM Ethel Wiry of North Yakima.
Waah., wa a rarol vlallor of har aia
ur, Mra. Oral Duncan.
Twalva-foot comblna, aaarly itaw,
for aala ahaap. AIo .ronu-n-.-
I.ndr. 1MB C. Iiopaino. w.-.
H. r. Clodlua. promlnant WaUa
bum farmar, wa hara Frldar and t
urd.r for a alalt with hla brothar, Joa
Mr. and Mra. H. C. Fattar. rantly
of Covallo. Wirt.; l'n M k
ralar-a paranta. Mr. and Mra. W. B.
MMataa haa PPd on tha faakrt
uplanda In ha houaaho d of C.
H..ih. whoaa llltla dauatitar Juaa la
Mr.. Harah tttad and Ftad Raad.
m . .r. ..n Mntil. Mint from M
far away aa Kniarprlea, Oracoa, to
altrnd tha raunlon.
Mr. and Mra. Oao. Carmlchaal wara
hara from Walla Walla for tha ra
unlon. Mra. farmkhaal haa mtaaad
but ona of thaaa anta la H yara.
Mayor" and Mra. J. M.
ftuurdar for Corvallla to attand ha
raduatloa of thalr ntr' J?
Udna Banlalar. from ha Oregon Agri
Through a mlachanra with a
. ... u... w br. local
mt cuiur. will ba dcprt.ad of tha
ua7of hla rlht band for aaarat
out of commlMlon.
... w.ahinviun. waa ably
T1 HPII . . . n
and lntIHgantly raprotd at tha
plonaara raunloa by H. A. I", .V4
j. n. uroo. RaguUtad br hlr brt
Ur haivaa." who accompanied tham.
Ihalr conduct waa aooae rp"mi...
Mr. and Mra. Allan Rlchal left
Tular for Bvaratt. WaahM to vUlt
a Urm. W. M. Tartar.
't'pon Ihalr ratura trip thay will atop
.daughter, Mra. H. A. Dowd. rcaldaa.
Mom Tifr, who In Iowa Tua
day from hia farm on tha rxwrvatlon,
U not particularly paMlmlatlo over tha
. u T ui... mm ttmt
w nra. vw.u..m. w. . . . .
tna warm wamr m tmmi riniF.
tho wkHl, whk-h la of good. haHhy
color, and that lha tomblewwdi will
aoon ba loat to alaw. - In hla opinion
tha anrtiar aprlng cold waa favoraMo,
Inca lha hot aun twatlng upon a aoll
cauard too rapid and rank a growth f
of lha wheat plant, Aa It waa. tna
tumblewerda oulatrlppcd tha wheat,
and looked to ba greater handicap
than they really are, although they
will cut down lha yield to aome extent.
Mr. Craig Oliver Drtokell, aon of Mr.
and Mra. W. K. Orlekell, and Mla Kd
na Beamer, daughter of Mr. and Mr.
iimiM Naamar. wr united in mar
rlage June I at We Ma WaJla, where
the ceremony waa performed by Dr.
atephen B. L. Penroaa. prealdent of
Whitman Collage. Iloth haa a large
circle of frlenda In ink Weelon neigh
borhood, where they hawi been known
from childhood. Tha young bride
groom la employed on tha Fontaine
ranch near Covello. Waah.. whither na
haa taken tha charming June bride
he waa ao fortunate aa to win.
U'IiuIm of tha Waltabura Time.
Boyd of tha Athena Preea. Banderaon
of lha Freewoter Time. Lewie of the
Hella Advocate. Harlan of tha Pilot
tuk Het o-i and Fletcher of the
Eaat Oregonlan wara among tha new
paper boya who aaw tha beat liwn in
Oreaon In Ita plcnla' bib ai.J tucker
They wara duly Impraaaad and each
wanted to stay awnna ana wr in
The leader ahop until Introduced to
tha O. Waah.. which dlacouraged
them. Theee modern Journallala have
become an effete lot'
Laat Saturday afternoon about four
o'clock two large Bulck automobiles
loaded with young people and driven
by Herman tagaa of weeton ana
xtmv Pun of Athena, collided Iteaa
on at tha Hanlatee turn weat of town.
Fortunately, none of tha occupanta
wara hurt, although ona girl waa
niika nail r tha Mini car. Both
automobtlea were badly wrecked. The
bill of repair on ; tha Ptagga car,
which waa tha least damaged of tha
two, la eeilmaled at ,
WE CLEAN EVERYTHING X
from the finest to the
Suit cleaned and nreaaod ft 00
Hull ilKmand and praaaad 60c
Iicg rwna $1.00 and up I
I!ua and at. draaaaa...50c ami up J
Gktvea. km ..... 25c a
Glove, alMft loc
O rM ..a m tiitua fKa eviierUnica. X
WaUfb thta ad, for ehangaa. i Mia my warren.
Maryaviiia, wwranfwn. .
. ... J .fa.it with har
I I nA.....J a) u u.rr.n She waa
X K I- tfVTaT my.and
- . n. wmm in RD
will return o owr e;iw -- '
Ororr Olnn, who graw up on a
Weeton farm and whom Tha laader
kniuii vmild amount to aome-
I.,.,.- ..iii ha waa elected to tha
' u'..ki..in Urtalature. came over
from Walla Walla for tna picnic a
la hla annual and pralaeworthy cue-
Mr. A. Klnnear left Walla Walla
ftnnday tor Portland, accompanied by
har daughter-in-law. ura. uaipn iwn
near. and granddaughtar. Mtoa Ethel
lne. M lea Lane haa flntahed her
Junior yr at tha Walla Walla High
chool. and will apend vacation wKh
her pa rente In Portland.
. . . a . at l
The Picnic tooK the Yellow r
out of us, and now the I
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Sun takes the Yellow from
I it m '
tne vvneai. v
Last week we commented on the progress of
our town and plumb forgot the BIGGEST STUNT
of all, viz: Our Boys' Band.
If they can be beaten on eight weeks' training
we are ready to be shown.
Pioneer Picnic over and now we turn to every
Come and see the McCormick Binder with Motor attached.
John Deere the same.
We have BINDFR TWINE galore. .
J. I. Case and International Engines and Threshers.
Weber, Winona and John Deere Wagons.
WATTS & ROGERS
DR. C. H. SMITH
Physician and Surgeon
OlDca in Watta bnikling
After ateadlly hammering Iron for
many year. Frank folder look a a
mia wek on faeur d'Alene
lake near Harrlaon, Idaho, where hla
brother reeldea. Ha round muca apon
In flahlng and caught a large number
of trout and baaa. Not a few of them
meaaured two and three feet la length.
while ona waa four reel long.
E. M. Smith, caahler of The Far-
mere Bank of Weelon. accompanied
by Mra. Smith, left Sunday for a two
weeka' vacation, during which ha will
attend tha banker- convention at
Portland and the Maaonlc grand lodge
at Albany. Upon their return trip Mr.
and Mr. Smith will visit their ranch
In Central Oregon.
Mr. and Mra. R. O. Baling and
daughter left In their Red Monday
morning for Portland to attend the
Row Featlval. accompanied by John
Ranlater. lr. Maklnc a lelaurely trip.
they atooped Monday nlaht at The
A Good ritlacn Gone.
' David N. Van Sklvar, a resident ot
Umatilla county alnce ! and for
tha paat etevm year a highly respect
ed citizen of tha Weeton community.
died Tueeday, June f. itia. at u:
. t hla lata hnma In this city.
from a second stroke of paralyala. He
waa first atrtckea aoout a year ago.
and had alnce been an Invalid.
Mr. Van Skiver waa born Septem
ber II. 1851. In Henry county. Iowa,
and cama west in 1180. locating in
Umatilla county. Two years later ha
aettied on a homestead twelve miles
northwest of Helix, where ha waa
succeaefully engaged in farming.
Coming to Weston In HO, ha built a
homo here and acquired land interests
in tha foothills.
Jannarr ?. list. Mr. Van Skiver
m.m nnitMl la marrlw at Athena to
Miss Amr Corporon, who survives
him. He aleo reaves two brothers and
one sister, residing In Iowa. Ha had
innv been a member of the tnueo
DR. W. C. HUGHES
tinira In tha Want Riill.llng, Mllwn
II. U In 14 ami I lU 1
Dallea and continued thalr Journey Brethren Churclt. and waa a man of
t day over tha Columbia River high moral character and strong re
Hlghway. Ilgloua convlcUon. Ha waa
SSaoes 1-2 Price.
Broken lots from our entire stock and good values at
regular prices when you consider the constant ad
vances in shoe leather. Bargains in this lot for men,
women and children.
pairs Men's Harvest Shoes, good wearers; gl
far 11.98 values; to close out at. 'r -
All new and pretty designs; no old stock; thousands
of yards; a dazzling array of patterns- for ummer
wear. We have too many. Regularly priced at 12c
to 15c, but out they go at
9 1-2 cesate.
You must see this to appreciate it. One "hundred daintily trimmed hate new.
and stylish this season's purchases that have sold as high as $5.00, many at
from $2.60 to $3.50 all go at only
k- r- ALL HIGHER PRICED HATS AT ONE-HALF PRICE
m viaitinv hee sister. Mrs. L.
Wood, and attending tha pioneers" re
...i.i. whieh .he comollmented hich-
ly. Mra. Ulllan McMorrla left Sunday
. . . . X Ok. was
for her nom in rr&mi,u,
accompanied hy Mrs. Ulllan Freder
icka. who will vlalt' ralattvea and
fr:enda In tha metropolis.
Oeorge Feebler, preetdent-elect of
tha Umatilla County Ploneerr Asso
ciation, left Pendleton, Tueeoay witn a
party of relatlvea on an automooiw
a lha... nrernfl. It waa Mr.
Peebter'a Intention to follow a eloeely
aa poasibla tha old emigrant trail
which he first went over in i.
.-.I . Mtllae Hall and sorts.
former Weaton resldama, were hera
raManlav while relumlOir W mnr
home near Nolln from a cUit to Mra
.t-ii.- -. k..- 2m li.Mma. Miir Llnd
Wash. They also Mopped at Touchet
for a vUU with tha naauetev ooja.
wa Da..m mivnr of Colfax,
Wash.. Mra. Laura McDonald or run-
man and Mra. Llnna Rauae of walla
u-.li. .ra hara far the raunlon. nav
i- t achool at Weaton. They
ara brother and sisters of E. C. Rog
ers. ..T- ;
r , l. T. n Van Winkle
and W. A. Barnea were appomtea
. tho lTmatllla County Pto-
Au-itlnn. and will have
charge of Ita property and finance
for tha ensuing year. -
' Mia Nellie Nalaon loft Wednesday
ul.n.l .1. Walla Walla, with
. . f . .M .hum lha 0V
I MC Nn.. vi ft " . -
K. S It. Uo. is enviT.aiuiug a m
Roaa Featlval. ' -
Mra. W. B.1 May, who lived at tha
-i t.n.rf.ia hnmeatead below wea
ton during her girlhood, was amotg
tha Pendleton visitor who witnessed
Friday's reunion program.
Miss Hortenae Baker haa gone to
i, i. uAnt.n, whara aha will be
come a member of tha household ot
her brother. O. B. Baiter, and attend
high achool next September. (
a Tt TellM. formeriv State
senator from UtnaUlla county and now
a resident of eastern Washington, re
newed old-tlma friendships at wanton
Friday and Saturday.
nxin.. nf auhurhan life. W. I
rnru.r cobbler and philosopher, haa
moved back to Weaton from Athena
and ooened a ahop In tha Wheeler
Mr. and Mra. Tom Thompson were
up from Pendleton for the reunion,
whan MIbb Carolina Oinn, Mra.
Thompson waa a Weeton girl.
Tho city council has passed a new
dojr tax ordinance, uxiug mo rmiMii
hiHt.tr of the owner or keeper of a dog-,
It will Da puuiutneju no .
Motor car service to all points, day
or night Also livery ana reen etsoy
opposite the Lleuallen blacksmith
shop. Late McBrida.
Li. I. O'Harra walked Into the Wea
ton (farajre the other day and bought a
five passenger r oru .uwiuumw.
Mr. and Mra. O. H. Fontaine and
children were reunion visitors trow
Covello, Wash. ,
it -n.l Mra Tna. flnednn motored
over from their Athena farm for the
annnnnoes a Cherrv Day
celebration for w eanesuay, tun
Dr. Watta will reward Bnder of his
lost vest pocket memorandum dook
3. N. Burtrcs predleu that Hughes
irnhrhta of the Maccabees. Kind of
heart and of the strictest prootty. ne
wss esteemed by his neighbors and be
io..M m hia household. " Hia many
frlenda console themselves to their
with tha reflection thil
nt.irret of 111 can befall auch as he in
the Great Beyond. . ..
The funeral aervtoea ' were neia
jn..Mw .ftroAD al tha United
i.iiii Church, and were connuctea
hv Rev Oeoraw Chapman. Ma former
mWnr who came un from miiomain
Oreaon. for tha purpose. Interment
t,mA in tha aiaaonlc cemetery, and
the rltea of thla order were obaerred
at tha grave.
f I too nrrr
SPRING CANYON and ROCK SPRINGS COAL The coals that
make the white heat. A rood supply eonatanly on band.
LEHIGH PORTLAND CEMENT always in stock.
RED CEDAR FENCE POSTS from Pue;et Sound in any quantity.
They re well tarred, or we will sell yoo the tar to tar your
A-l RED FIR and TAMARACK WOOD from Kamela; lMnch, 12
inch and 4-foot lengths.
1' plaod Cclcbratloa Annoonccd.
Weaton Uplands. June 7. (SpecUl ,
Cnrraannndence July Fourth next
the great American eagle will scream i
his acreamieat amidst tne neauuiui ,
Bluea. until ha can scream no more, i
at . mn meetlna held In the Upland
achool house It waa unanimously voted ,
to celebrate the natal day In tne Bry- j
aon grove el miles east of Weston. I
Tha meeting waa organised by the
election of J. R. English aa chairman
and John Btolp aa secretary, it waa
tn annnlnt onrv the chairman
of each committee, the several cha,.--!
men to choose their own assistants. !
The following were named:
Grounds Joe Cannon.
Finance Will Hall.
Program Mrs. B. D. Hyatt.
Decorations Mrs. J. S. Nell. : t -
Sports Will Gould.
Police and Parade John Stolp.
Th. if. ie and tha Kin nave not
been Invited., but all patriotic and red-
blooded Americana win oe weicomeu ;
to the cool shade of the pines away t
from tha heat and dust of the city. A!
patriotic addresa and the usual aports
will be featured. The lowland people ;
will forget the other S daya before ,
they do the ona of pleasure spent In
our upland grove last year. Ed May, 1
the barbecue chef, will be away; but
the baU game will not De omitteo, nor
the Blde-etrtlttlng. grouch-curing, pie-
eating contest. ,'-V;..
The Universal Car
There's nothing about a Ford car to puzxie anyone. Any man
or woman can quickly learn to drive and anyone can care for
hia Ford ear, and that's half the fun of motoring. No bills for
skilled mechanics; no complications. Just the reliable, simple,
useful ear that meets everybody 'a requirementa. Touring Car,
1492.45; Runabout, 1442.45. On aala at
H. L. HEDRICK, Proprietor
mimu lor nil BCAKCM aad newt
PATCMTa WILD riMTKPH J
fa. or (rw koottatt Ml boo. l
ID. SWIFT a CO.
I PATE II T MWTLNIi
I Cauanlh C W hill fit AA l IT.
atiDPlll Wf T HB.....ll.-M wa aw- jlj
HOMER I. WATTS
Praotteea in all State and Federal
Chaa. H. Carter Dan P. Smyths
Carter & Smythe
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W. M. PtUnoa 6. H. BUhee
Peterson & Bishop
Pendleton, Or. Freewater, Or.
If you were buying an automobile you
would read carefully its specifications.
' Investigate the Keystone. .
STEEL BOX '
eliminate danger of cracking- and warpmfc
13 U 1 P E- R prevents mrring furniture
ALL METAL PARTS
During the past live year, the KEYSONE VACUUM
CLEANER has embodied QUALITY. , ErnCIKNCY,
DURABILITY, silence, and EASE of Ol'tRAIIUN.
The Price is Right-
Formerly $12.50-now $8.00
Ja Kjm iLl s'J L ----- '
will be nomioatea lomurruw.