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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1916)
Air-Ole Gasoline Lamps
Alr-O lltci are life, economical, convenient and orna
mental. Caroline lampa Ion atro pined the experimental
aUk'O and Alr-O-lite U ptTfecM. It mokes and burn U
own gaa from common gwwllne, giving a fine, bright, white
light of 300 candle power. Costa about one cent pr night
The price of the regular model In $8.00. .Thla haa a
large, heavy nickel plated brans fount of four pint capac
Ity. a 10 Inch corrugated opal abode, and cornea complete
with two mantle, lightning torch, wrench, pump, etc
The No. 324 haa a three pint fount and haa an exponed
Inatead of concealed filler plug, but haa a new automatic
burner cleaner, an Improvement that i much appreciated by
new uaera. Ha a fancy ahaped opal ahade and ia complete
ly equipped for use. Price $7.75. . . . ..
We alao have these fine lampa In bracket, In chandelier
and In lantern form. Any lamp or lantern aent poet paid on
receipt of price.
Beat quality Mantlei 10c, 3 for 25c or 75c per dozen.
HIE DAV1SKASER CO.
Planus, Phonograph, Muel. - Complete Hum FurnUhers .
10 Z0 AMur 8U - WALLA WALLA, WASH.
to loan on good
wheat land at
If. q. luoab
Real Eatat end Loan
SOMETHING TO CROW OVER
However, we'll let Mr. Rooaterdo what
bale crowing may beneceary.-
Merely wlahtoaay thatw will appro-
lie your patronage In our line a.Kl do
It Wat 10 en your good opinion.
HolW Barley. O.U and Wbeatjaled
Hay, Miltsluffa and Cidoken , Feed,
We're locsl agent for Fsicock Flour
and Blatchfurd e Calf Meal, l'hoii 281.
Dt VVnnil the Peed Man
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Tha larget itocK of
.ifiars, lODaccoana x
P I lieS I
. in town
KNIVES and HARMONICAS
Qsi Yew H mi
Before Presilnj Your Suit
You'll win her If we do
the work. .
A ahave, hair-cut and
shine would help.
WESTOH BATHS asdH
. SUITS. ORDERED
to your measure
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LikLUUll IllUUillfVinb ULKLII
VitbUWtl I iwnfc im.
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In order that th Utah-Idaho Sugar
(.,of CranUraMmay eomjeUona
parity w th Calfornhi refinerl.. In U.
ahlpment of Ita product, theS. P. Co.
haa applied to th. Oregon Public Sarv-
et Commission for authority to aa-
ULll.h tha aama freight ratea from
Grant Fass to point la Oregon aa
are now In effort from San Franclaco
to th aama points.
Marshnald Tb Oregon Power Co.'
plans astensioD of power Una to Ban
don. Roseburg will ahlp on carload of
beets to tha Cranta Pas sugar fac
tory. CotUga Grove-A Chicago buytr
says Oregon broccoli cornea on tha
market after all other supplies are
exhausted and therefor haa the msr
keU of th world to itself.
Astorla-Voung Bay shipyards
now have seven large ocean going vas
sale an their wsV. amDloylnf 400
kiad worwmen. x
Marshneld-North Bend Lumbar
Company win insuu a aaa.uonai .
,repor motor servaa by me ure-
g0B Kw Company. Two other
',, h.v, ,urted running full Ume,
tmploy,ng ,bout 12 men. A local
ghipy.rd has received contracU for
conatruction of threo additional lum-
ber achooner and will InsUlUO hors
lwr additonal In motor served by
, -mn.n. 12S horaenower
mora will be added within abort
Wsltervills-1100 , sere Deerhorn
ranch on MacKemi river sells for
Creshsm-Several gold nuggets re
ported found in P. R. L. A P. gravel
pit .,.:;.:.. ::y .- ;- ..
ThtM are now SI vessels under con-
In titnvar( alonv tha Co-
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tratint Plant on Grav.l croak mine 1.
. I.. ...unt.laj anil H ftnrtlnH in SO
vw vm i.v.iij..ww -r "
SutherlinA 60-ton mill to b built
her. for handling or of th. old Bo-
oulcksilvar mint which i b.Ing
rsopenad nin. !.. ...t of har.
Th Sheridan Sun I meeting th
high cost of print paper by disposing
with ready-printa. Economy la not
th only thing galnd, however, for
addition's! .slf r.-pect goe. with th
abMnc. of th. patent medicin. and
othr adverUslng which th. TOdy-
print hous.. MS .pparsnUy unabl.
f . f..,,!.,... ,iihout.
to do bu.lnss without.
Astorla.Ovr 600 mn art now
employed dmtly and Indirectly upon
street improvement work hr. Th
viaduct systems will consume ovr
four million fwt of lumbr.
Good cow for sate. E. E. Kehm.
Dr. Alfred F.Sempert
Graduat and Registered
gjer OFFICR HOURS
9:00 to 12:00 A. M.
1:(K) to 5;00 P. M. ,
tJtT WATTS BLDG., upstairs
W. M. Ptiwis G H. BUhyp
, PeterSOn &' CiShOp .
,, .nn n, w rMtwatar Or.
Hi raw for sat. Fred McGrew.
Mr.. Sarah Funk of Walla Walla l
th guest of Mrs. I. E. Sallitg. .
"Call steal!" Laf McBrtde'a I a',
ways at your diapoaaL JIkw 92.
Hid MoUan has invested in a 1917
model Ford, bought t lb WeeMi
Fay LeGrow nd 8am rarobrun f
Athena are hunting- In th Flathead
country, Montana. ,
Robert Reynokle left yesterday 1
CoiiMtIL Wash., to aaalal bla brother
Otla In ranch work.
gq mny atl;w t mail order
house cam In yesterday that they
had to b hauled uptown by dray,
Geo. Carmiohaal la over from Walla
Walla, and left at th LKADKK shop a
laaant reminder of bla pretence.
Jo Hodgson and family have taken
th Carter reaidenc. on Water street
and will move to town for tha winter.
Mis Lucile Kemp of Colton, Waah..
was a guvat laat week oi tne Misses
Laura and Belle Mclntyre at Athena.
Following two stroke or paralyeie
rtieaanuer b.miw.., v.w, ,..v..., -
reporU, in , wMqiiX eoition at
Walla Walla. , ,
y f by
J work ,nd th, bU1
. .. Wall. . iu,an
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Because of th need of subscription
fuds for other purposes, "We-ton
Free Day" haa been called off by tba
kl merchants interested. . . t
Ceo. H. Bishop of Freawater and 8.
D. I'eteraon of Milton, leading East
Ed lawyer, were glimpsing city Ufa
In Weeton yesterday,
Mla Mary Lanadala recently began
teaching tha Falrview achool on tha
Reed and Hawley uplands. She haa
20 pupils, with all eight of tha grades
Al Sander, a pioneer farmer of the
Walla Walla valley, waa mistaken for
a doer and fatally shot by Boyd She!
ton while hunting Sunday on the head
waters of Mill creek. v
Louis Nolle has presented the Lead
is. with a Weston apple weighing on
pound three ounces and measuring 14
Inches around. Furthermore, it wn
not the only big apple on the tree. i
Joe Wood has disposed of the Wea-
' . Bub
tr eariirt t-
f 'ubblefl eld. fonner mail
h. " ttuincom
mission. ,. .
Jesa Cordon haa let th contract
tot J. M. Ashworth for a five-room
bungalow to replace th dwelling
..trnvl be fire at hi farm west of
Athena. Watte and Rogers will fur
nish th lumber.".':: '?:': ?'
Th concrete walk along th west
exposure of the Watts building Is
being extended to th grocery en
trance of the Weston Mercantile
company stor. R. O. Baling haa
direction of th work. . "
Mr. and Mr. Ralph Staggs moved
this week to th W. 8. Fwguson ranch
on th reservation, where Mr. Staggs
will be engaged In farm work. Will
Prk haa been out there repairing
th hous which they will occupy
luCKer waa iu wwu wwiiu
from hi upland farm, occupying him-
m with th vary pliant tesk : of
m.lvlng a nk ehKk for hi bar-
ly. Mr. Tucker d posd of 1225
th Umapta fair.
Th. management or th fftatra op-
hous announc.s that movina .c-
tur. wi 1 U
fdy, October island 14. Tha local
P taj ha will
of th. leading clrculta and according
Ajhworth WU nothlng
but tha bait" -
Special meetings will b begun on
Sunday, October 15, at th Church of
th Brethren on south Water Street.
Elder L. H. Eby of Paytt. Idaho,
who 1. regarded by th Brethren har
at among th ablest of, their minis
ters, will conduct th meetings. U
wai her last yar. All tha popl of
Wston and vicinity ar Invited to at
tend the meetings, which will probably
continu fortnight. - r ., .
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While handling gasolln. .ngin
Monday on th Weston upland a
young son of Mrs. Charles Ferguson
anointed his clothing with th in
flammab! oil. Going to th hous
he lit a mstch and accidentally set
fir to himself In a room full of peo
pl. Amid much excitement and tu
mult tha human torch was finally
extinguished with no worse damag
y,Bll burned albows, back and waist,
and th youngstor has learned an
instructive lesson w vu
Ul BpMrttu l Um
Considerable barley haa been dis
posed of by Weston growers within
ths past two weeka, and the crop ia
now pretty well cleaned up, thousands
of sacks having been sold earl y in tha
sesson. Recent purchases by S. A.
Barnes for the Pacific Coast Elevator
company aggregated about 10,000
sacka, and some 0000 sacks were
taken on by Frank Price, msnsger of
the Weston Warehouse Company.
Lata prices were around $34 and $35
per ton, so that th growers received
pretty substantial checks for their
Heavy frosts wer reported last
night from different localities In Ore
gon and anow fell near Eugene. Wes
ton waa visited by a sever frost,
which according to the records kept
by "Uncle Jese"Reeves came a month
earlier than last year. Louis Chris
tenson, who wss In town Wednesday
from the Reed and Hawley uplands,
aaye that ice froze halt Inch thick
at his place. The potato crop waa giv
en another setback.
For the first meeting of the club
year, to be held tomorrow at the coun
try home of Mrs. A. J. Mclntyre, th
members of the Saturday Afternoon
Club will assemble at the E. O. Da
Moss store at one-thirty o'clock. Au
tomobile will then be in wsting to
convey them to the Mclntyre famv
Undeterred by the autumn frosts,
roses are still budding in Weston. A
pretty boquet of them, grown in the
garden of Cashier Smith, U displayed
on th customers desk of th local
bank. Sim Barnes' garden also is
still producing some beautiful roses
of a nw variety.
' Colonel Boyd is moving his Athena
Press to conveni.nl new quarters in
th. Kirk building on Main street, part
of which will also be occupied by th
Athena postofBc. Glad to see pro
gressiva movements of this sort in th
suburbs, as Weston itself is thereby
J Dont forget "Th Girl of Eagl
Ranch," Big Tsnt Show, 20 people,
band and orchestra. North Water
etreet, Weston, Thursday, October 12.
F. G, Lucas, th W.ston. realty op
erator, was absent this week in Al
berta, wh.r it Is presumed ha has
a "hen on" that may lay an egg or
Statement of th ownership, man
agement, circulation,, .to., required
by th act of Congress of August 24,
1912, of the Weston Leader, published
weekly at Weston, Oregon, for Oct
ober 1, 1916t tt
. Publisher, editor, managing editor
and business manager Clark Wood.
Owner Clark Wood.
, Known bondholders or mortgagees
; CLARK WOOD.
' Subscribed and sworn to befora m
this 3rd day of October, 1916. ;
E. L BLOMGRENV
(My commission xpires May 87,
1920.) . .
. Local Farmers Buy More Land.
: Roumania will not feel called upon
to issue scrambled or piebald book
xpUiniof wbj U ntt4 th. WW,
Oi Painter's Devi! was a bit "Pre
vioas" Last VeelcRegardlng Free Day
If you cannot find him, just
Think on the weather
Isn't this a beautiful October?
GMKD . WBSt FESIWAL!
Home Coming Celebration
Under Auspicee TURKEY REDS at
WALLA WALLA THREE DAYS !
Sr OCTOBER 19. 20 and 21 1
AgricultraL Horticultural and Livestock Exhibite
Mosie and Refreshmcnte -' " Afternoon and Night
Manufacturing and HOME INDUSTRY DISPLAY Showing Factory
Products of Walla Walla Valley Marathon Rate. Football Game be
tween Whitman and Idaho and Many Exciting Athletic Events Mag
nificent Street Pageant Each Evening at J:30, Crowning of King
W heat, Queea Fruit Thursdsy
Three Glorious Nights of Fun and Froiic
WITH MARDI GRAS FEATURES GALORE
Big Program of Thrilling Open-Air Attractions With Something Doing
Every Minute Five Bands, Free Street Dances, Old Fiddler's Contest,
Automobile Stunt Races and Numerous Entertaining Events Come
and Join Us and Have ONE GOOD TIME in celebration of bountiful
harvests and prosperous homes.
REDUCED RATES ON ALL RAILROADS
AMPLE HOTEL AND
A vote of 312 X Yes is a vote against the "Blue
Law," which forbids all Sunday business
except to the drug stores.
Paid Advertisement-E. E. Kirkpatrick, E. E. Zehm, Weston, Or.
and SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Perfumes and Toilet Articles Rubber Goods and Sponges
' Fine Stationery Cigars Pur Drugs and Medicines
EASTMAN'S KODAKS and SUPPLIES PAINTS, OILS, GLASS
Tha gsc33& Stcra
- , J WESTON, OREGON