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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1916)
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DO IT NOW
Saturday, August. 19th, ends Davis-Ka-Bcr's
great Summer Sale, the most Important gale of
the year to thrifty home makers. Just one more
week, and how quickly that cun slip away I Nono
can afford to miss the opjwrtunities offered by this
Kfeat sale of Furniture, Floor Coverings, Drajwries,
Crockery, Home Goods of all kindsof Cut Glass,
Art Pottery, etc. This is an immense stock of sta
ple, every-day needs, and nearly all reduced spec
ially for this Bale. ( You know Davis-Kaser Sales are
real Sales. If you' don't know, ask others. Then
net. Just one more week.
THE DAVIHASER CO,
Complete- Furnisher of Homes, Omees, Churchy Schools.
10-20 Alder Street - - . Walla Walla, Wash.
wheat land at
I P. Q. Luoas
Real Katatv mid Loan
XIX Be,ore Pr"JlnS Tour m X
Gil It:r Suit F:;;;:l
It's True Economy
TO TRADB AT
!.! Econcny Store
W bnjf fur eah ami anil fr
eah-st smell margins. .
Cravh and Liiwn Goods'
IMIONKNO. 233 ".
Notice Walls Ilogera' warning In
' for "ate lrtyB aaddi nd "ri
al. Mra. . O. Hsllng.
Frank Winn. pioneer Oous weeker,
ara In town jraterday.
' Mra. A. Kinnear was recent vis
itor In Weston from Walla Walla.
! Mr. and Mra, C. M. Price motored
to Ulnaham Kprtnss udr for a day
1 Mra. Mary Psnleter haa been vWI
Ins her daughter- end grandchildren
at Pullman, Waah. I
' Mr. and Mr W. M. Hartford ef
piirlland were sMieata Monday of Dr.
and Mra. f. P. Walla.
! IVH Ilrandl. Alison Wood and Iw.
II Duncan ware among lha Dlntham
Kprln molorlala Sunday. ,
! Mlaa Dorothy flulflnrh returned Ul
week from a vlall to bar eWer. Mra.
II. A. Walker, at Wasco.
Mr. and Mra. Richard Thompson of
Athena were Rundsy guest at tha
James Kirk pal rick residence.
Mlaa Lola Porter haa sccepted po
aHlon aa of flea girl In Dr. Ileed'a
, dental parlors at Wall Walla.
K. M. "mlth. cashier of Tha Farm
ara Hank, returned Moaday from a
business vtalt to Klickitat county.
Tha Kpworth League furnlahad tha
Ira era am Saturday evening for lha
laat of lha eerlee of lawn aorte'a glea
by tha Weatoa Concert Band.
Aflar an eslended visit with bar
molhrr. Mlaa Fay Wsrren left Tuee
day fr an outing at tha ara coast, af
lar whlrh aha will rwimi bar achool
work near KeslUe.
XX. . L j 41 Tha county court naa sppo"eu
XX A ShaVC hair-CUt and X ,Vrie0, . A. Barnaa and Clark Wood
aa appralaara of caruin raaiacnra
proparly In Waalon baloniilnf to tha
Mat of tha tola Uarlah B. HalL
I Mlaa Joala La,vndr. popular mam
bar of tha Waalon Marrantlla Com
pany'a ealllnf fore, raturnad Tuaaday
,avanln from waak"a vacation at
pamllrtun and 1'lngha.m Bprlnga.
j Andy T. Bamatu elty fcordar and
Mutant noatmajBtar. accompanlad by
Mra. Parnait and Mlaa Alma Parnatl.
'la apandlnff hla vacation at th Krnt
I March plac on tb Baakat uplanda.
Mra. U Wood left Wadnaaday
mornln for a vlalt with bar daugh
'i., nr. Warran A. Wood, at Oold
IWarh. frton. Hha will ba arcom
pnlcd from Portland by bar atolar.
Mra. Ulllan McMorrla.
Alri Walker, on of tha promlnanl
!plonrar farmara or tnia Munooiixwa
land now a raaldant of Montavllla.
jnaar Portland, cama op racantly to
ilwuk aftr hla lnlrata ana cnana
irraatln with hla many old-tlma
I frtvnda. '
! r a iinhorimn of Walla WaHa,
dlatrlrt auparlntandant of lha Occi
dental Ut Inauranca Co. of Callfor
n'a. and M. U .Parwma. rapraaanlln
lha Mm company, wara bualnaaa vta-
.Hora in wrmon uiirinn u
icldrntalljr and of couraa, lhay mada
I tha acnumlntanca of a aood anara 01
You'll win her if we do
' shine would help.
R. L. ReyriaudJ
DR. C. H. SMITH
Physician and Surgeon
Ofllra Iti WntU IhiIWIiij
Wl SION ... UWHOON
DR. W. G.. HUGHES
v: ' " Dentist ; 4 . ,
tmic In lit Klnm Uulllln. Milton
lloiiin, ti 12 ami t Hi S
Every Week is Pay-up Week at the Leader shop
. jffEST SPECIALS I
Oilcloth in all fancy dark colors, yd. 20c
Oilcloth, light colors, yd.......... 22c
Heavy canvas for cook housec etc,
72-m, 79c; 48-in, 49c; 26-in, 24c;
29-in ............ He
Blankets.... .................. ... B0c to $1.50
Comforts...... J1.C0 and $1.75
Towels 5c to 49c
Heavy crash Toweling for roller
towels, yd.....;.......... ..... 10c to 25c
Aprons, an endless variety 50c to $1.25
Gloves. ' We Jiave the gloves suit
able for your needs...... 49c to $1.50
Handkerchiefs, the kind you use
for harvest........... 10c
Shirts, a teal' Work Shirt, full size,
well made for.......................... 49c
A splendid Overall,
double stitched, a standard for.. 83c
A Scout shoe, light, cool and " dur
able, our price ....... $2.35 and $1.98
An endless variety of shoes suitable
for your needs at prices from
...................;..:;;..$1.50 to $3.50
Sandals for children from 85c to $1.25
MEN'S HARVEST SHOES The fa
mous Muleskins that have sold
up to $2.00. Our price....... ....$1.49
TO CLOSE OUT WOMEN'S WHITE SHOES
All the wanted styles in Pumps, Oxfords, Leather or
Rubber soles, values up to $2, to close - 98c
We are prepared to figure with you on harvest
bills and make immediate deliveries. Special atten
tion has been given this branch of our store.
Phone us and one of ourmen will call on you. .
Uesion Dercantile ioiiipaiiy
I'rlnaa orfarad bp lit Wa.ton Mar.
Canllla company rraultail In lha pro
duction of man? takaa of aurpawlnt
rll.ia for r.r.nt rnan and
lawn aoi'lal tvan by iha Waafm hand.
Klrrt, arcond and l)'lrd prla war
awardad In lha woman'a clan In lha
ordar namad Id Mra. !. H. Wood,
Mra. frank Graham and Mra. A. T.
Mala. In lha alrta claaa tha lunar,
warir Anna Utircn3r, a:sa TiUt and
K.lh.r Wllllama. Tha )udaa Vara
Mra. i H. Irl-a, Mra. ft. Proudfll
and Mlaa lUr Vaddlnaham. Tha
Inning cakaa wara aold at auction al
ood prlcaa. Tol." i. Vf. PoMar of
rirlatlnff aa aurtlonaar. Tha procaada
want lo awall lha band'a racalpta for
Ha uniform fund. Tha remaining
rakaaxHill of which ara (nod anouth
lo win a prlM In la axpart communl-
llaa war duly hlaartad and aarvad
with lea craam.
Tha Augi'at maatin of lha Lavdlaa
nulld waa hald at tha homa of Mra
rrank Oraham. Haalda lha mw-
bar. tha following tadtaa war praavnl
aa cuaata: Mra. Claraoca P rant la. of
n.attla, Mra. Dalla Ijaraan of Walla
Walla. Mra. KanniKh MacKanxla. Mra.
William MarKanila. Mlaa Kdna Han-
Mar and Mlaa Pay Warran. An alab
orata and dalklooa Iwo-couraa lunch
eon waa aarv.d by lha hnataaa. vho
waa avtatad by M'aa Oano Kapp, Mlaa
Hanlatar and Mra. Prantlaa. Tha roan it
Included plnaappla, cheeae balla. par
faclua. lofenbarry Juice, caka and
herbal. Tha next meeting; will ba
held the flrat Thursday afternoon In
Meptember at lha homa of Mra. B. J.
Culley. . .
Camp MrDouirall. owned by "Aunt
Karah" McIMtuaall, haa become one of
lha mmt popular rraorta In tha Bluea
for F.a.t Bnd people. Ila camp pop
ulation laat Runday numbered peo
ple, and there ware alao about 100 via
llora for tha day. Tampa have been
eaUbllahed by M. Price. Ralph
Ktagga. W. H. Gould. Mrs. Sarah Mr-
IJougall, Ralph Tucker. Emery 8laf f,
J. W. Crawford. William Klllgora. U
f. O'Harra. tha Mlaaea Barnea and
Mlaa Blomvrea of. Waatoo; Lou C.
Harder and Henry. Winn of Milton;
It. B. Richard and Dr. Neweom of
Athena. Report aay that all ara find.
Tim Woman'a Xllalmi Sucletx of the
Mothttllat t'hurrh held their Auiftiat
meet In if at th home of Mrs.' J. S.
Harria Wetlrteaila afterniKMi. The
fullowlria' tlnleifatea were alerted to tha
annual oonfvrenoe which meet a In
Walla Walls Auirtit31t: Mm. F. M.
Hmlili. Mra. IJeuallen and Mra. Kar
ri. A dainty lunch waa aenred by the
hoatea. SMlatexl by Mra. Porter and
Mrs. Lleuallen. Mrs. Wllllama, Mrs.
Long; and Mrs, Klaher wer jftHia of
tha afternoon. .
Ile. J. L. Allen. pnur of tha Hap
tiH Church M Huod Itlver, gar an ad
dress at tha Methodist Church laat ev
ening; on the proposed brewers' amend
ment. He waa accompanied to eston
liy hla limiher. II. M. Allen, republi
can candidate for alierlff of this county,
who la a achool teacher, ami lias been
engaged to teach the It let b achool.
Mayor Hanlster lecelved a llt yes
terday from hi old friend and former
partner, IkMtlleh Mchwank, now a res
ident of Walla Wall. Toget her with
the Lkamck'R agricultural editor Mr.
Schwank was takeo out lo see Mr.
Hanlater'a new self-propelled combine
In oieraiion, and found It humming
along merrll.y. f
Charies lhtl. IS years old. died
recently at hla home on the Reed and
Hawlry uplanda, where ha had long
resided. Mr. lhtt had been wholly
blind for several years. He Is sur
vived by one eon and three daughters,
alt of whom were present at tha fune
ral, Hla so. W. C, Lehtl, came from
Wallace, Idaho, to attend. .
Mlaa Emma Keylor of Modesto.
Calif., a classmate of Mra. E. C. Rogers
In tha Eastern Oregon Normal, waa a
recent aueet of Mrs. Rogers while on
her way to Tellowetnne National park.
The ladle of the Methodist Church
will give a cooked food sale on Katur
dn.v afternoon M the Weston Mercan
tile Co. 'a etore. Everything nice for
our Sundajp dinner.
"Dollar wheat" proved so tempting
to A. H. Wotxls thai he motored over
from Walla Walla yeetenlay and con
tracted hi crop in the Weston market.
Three cherries on one stem la a hor
ticultural curiosity produced from a
tree of the Late Duke variety at the
Heseklah Key place below town.
Mix Norma Smith heft Wednesday
for Salt Lake City,, where she will
spend her vacation with friend nod
mar decide to accept a position.
: Mrs. K. Mmllln, pioneer, died recent
ly at Huntxville. Wash., at the sge of
01 .vest's. She was formerly a Weston
Mr. and Mr. R. O. Saling and Mrs.
Frank Skinner were out Sunday In the
mountains, scouting for huckleberries.
A Utt rotary sewing machine k
tlaou electric motor auche!i ror
tM. A Bargain. Watts & Rogers.
Dr. A. V. SSempert? locsl dental prac
titioner, left yesterday for a vacation
visit with hla parents at Portland. .
The MiaaesKtlla and Edr Simpstw
otAValla Walls si"e cstiiping with the
J. H. Prices at Bingham Springs. ; r
Watta & Rogers' offer horses, har
ness and wagons. "' .'' .
(August 9th, '1G.)
Bwarc lot a jewel al your feel be plucked by a .(ringer.
A man from Chicago wrote his check for $50
and took the Cabinet Phonograph worth $100.
Now we(?) are offering $1.00 for wheat today
and you'd better beware lest a man in Chicago gets
it later for 85 cents.
Two or three McCormic binder left yet, but we have
Weber, Winona and John Deere Wajoru.
We have bzrgaini in a team and ore hoae. A good team ready for work for $85
or one horse for $85.
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P. S. Whal do you think of this? A $60 sewing machine wiih electric
motor attached for $38. This is one of the best rotary machines made.
Drop head and beautiful oak and the motor attachment is a dandy $38.
BRISK TRADING IN
gearif 106,000 Bue!i SU Dwtsf Um Klf
Bl-CsiltT Selli I KUUoa. ,
Weston farmers are Jubilant over
ardturn in the wheat market,
and not a few acted upon the principle
that "bird In the nana is wonn two
in the btuth.'
Contracta were entered Into here
during the past few daye for the sale
of approximately 100,000 bushels al
prices ranging from 97 cent to 1.02.
J A. ftarnea. arent of the Pscitle
Coast Klevaior company, took on about
45.0M bushela. Frank Price, manager
of the Weston Warehouse company,
bought in the neighbor!! of 00,000
In addition Mr. Barnes bought 23,000
sacks of barley at t2Z to 27. Mr.
Prtce'iourchases of this cereal were
Wires were ke hot by the dealers
Wednestlav. when wheat look a sudden
jump of eleven cents lu Chicago. The
day'a sale in the county are saio w
have aggregated a million bushela. H.
W. Collins alone bought 300.000.
Only a few outfits have taken the
field In this neighborhood and it is yet
too early to get a correct line on the
yield. George Banister's wheal near
Athena is said to be going iO bushels
. a 1 1 - La.
or better. Marlon tisnsen oruugn.
the first wheat of the season to a Wes
ton warehouse. It tested 60 pounds
and averaged 141 Si pound to iheamck.
a. That the new crop will largely grade
as No. 1 seems well assured.
Jf-v a- ,4
We are not bringing coals to Newcastle but to Weston,
Oregon. It will be our constant aim to supply patron
with the best eoal we can procure at the lowest price
consistent with a -reasonable profit. (Phone No. 62.)
P. T. H ARBOU R at Weston Brickyard
llgyjll -. aBBaHBsatasl saW' fcasaw iliKsf arm'
The Universal Car
The Ford factory turns out completed car for every ear built
by all the other manufacturers combined. And not even thia
enormous production can keep pace with the demand for Ford
cars. The big reason is that everywhere, every day, Ford cars
are demonstrating their utility and reliability. Touring Car,
$492.45; Runabout, $442.45. On aale at ; i
H. L. HEDRICK, Proprietor
A MAUIECB C6t'XTY VIEW.
Salem haa enjoyed the distinction
of being the champion hog of Oregon,
but ahe haa lately been outclassed by
Pendleton. And tha ambitious Rourid
Up town, besides displaying U the
characteristics of the Arkansas raxor-
: back, ia also posaesed to a marked de
gree of the Instincts of the coyote ana
the ekunk. ' ' v
Pendleton, through politics.! msoh
Inatlons, secured the branch Insane
asylum, and now ahe Is after the East
ern Oregon State Normal School,
which flourished at Weston until it
waa closed by the .legislature because
of a notion of false economy. '
, Weston Is an Ideal location for the
achool, being situated In the foothills
of the picturesque Blue, mountains,
with the most healthful ' moral and
physical surroundings. The E. O.
JJ. was Weston's pride. It was started
snd for some years supported by. the
cltuena of the town, but wss later
given state recognition and magnifi
cent buildings costing in excess of
t'S.000 were erected.
Now Pendleton wants to abandon
this costly plant and have the school
located at Pendleton, and asks the
.taxpayers of the state to contribute
, K5.0(K for the erection of new build
Ines. Pendleton Is barely twenty
miles from Weston and If the voters
of the state vote o add to tnetr lax
burdens for Pendleton'a aggrandise
ment, they should never again com
plain of high taxes.
Pendleton a action Is ail me more
reprehensible In that It la directed
against a friendly neighbor, a town
that hae always stood with ner in pre
fn... .mhiHnn. and riven valiant aid
many times In preventing county di
1 Love Yee.
Very Interesting are the pnraaea used
by tb various people of the world to
express "I lore yon." Wherever there
are tinman beings declarations of love
are made, snd there are a tnousano.
language tn which the tender passion
may I expressed. Tne vnineee say
"futtal nl." the Armenia expresses
Bis lore with "Se alrwtr aa bea," the
Arab, is content with the abort "Ne
habbek," whfle the Turk murmurs
'SHU serelornm." In India -Jiain
syne ka plsar karlm" U the declara
tion,' nut tne (ihtomwt
palm for the word love. "Tien ne ones j
mnu,F it haa fifteen syllables and I
has been recorded phonetically thns:
ojakr ,. '
' An Ancient Guild.
. ti, rntiini' comnanV bad probably
existed long before the grunt of the
first charter by Henry V. Early la the ;
previous century a fierce quarrel Is re-
corded between the Cutlers and the j
Sheathers. who were accused at har
Ing discredited the Cutlers by supply-
Ing them with nnworkmanllke sheaths t
for knh-es, darawrs and swords, to
which-the Sheatliers cruelly retorted
that th Cutlers dlseraced the sheatha
by selling Inferior foreign blades for
English. London Spectator.
Cyprus was an extremely popular re
sort for Britishers for a year or so aft
ter the announcement, in 1878, that It
bad become a British protectorate, but
as the coast couia noi im
i-w ttu.. rtta tha
10 compete wuu v. j .
Togue of the Island receded as quick- i
ly aa It bad sprung up. uunuou
Worms Uxd In Medioine.
Tbe earthworm, or the common flsh
nrffl. was utilised by tbe medical
practitioners in Europe two and three j
hundred years ago. ine worms
for Internoi administration and some-
iiu mill, into an ointment or em
brocation for external use. mtsburrta i
Furnished and Printed at the Leader office
Sixty (minimum). $0 75
One hundred 1 W
Two hundred 1 50
Each additional hundred 0 35
Perfumes and Toilet Articles . . Rubber Goods and Sponge
Fine Stationery Cigars Pure Drugs and Medicine
EASTMAN'S KODAKS and SUPPLIES PAINTS, OILS, GLASS
The ffi3CSo& Store
SB w s &
Made of Malt a refreshing
(, temperance drink.
I Vw(Li h u r! f
Pool and Billiard