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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1916)
A VOIIDERFUl READEtG LAHP
On cannot realls what a flood of light th Alr-O-llt lump give
without lng It, It make and burn in own g from common gas
oline, Clv a Ana, bright, wliita light of 800 candl xwr at a cost of
on Mint par night. ,
Air-O-llt lamp ar af, economical and orna
mental. No dangw if lamp UwtU. Simple and eeey
to oprt. ' Full direction coma with vh lamp.
Model M 307, aa llluatratiu' t the moat impular
lamp vr mad. It la mad of Jraa throughout and
havily nickel plated. Nothing la chapnd or alight
ad In any way. Th larg f on lit holda four pint of
geaollne. Com complut with 10 Im h opal ribbed
dom abad aa ahown at
A lighting torch, a pump, a wrench and two man.
ttaa coma with It. Gladly and on Inn daya' fr trial
to partlaa having eatabliahed rmlit with ua, or to
any on wMh privilege of rlum on rwelpt of prir. Ken! pair. I Mt,
charge prepaid. If not convinced that you should try on at our rlak,
pleaa Mnd for dcriptiv circular.
Iit quality mantle 10c, 1 for 25c or 76 down.
' THE DAVIS-KASER CO.
I'laiHia, Phonograph, Muaie Complvt Hum Furnisher -10
20 Aldor KU WALI.A WALLA, WASH.
Mil JL ; gv
A Brass Bed of Artistic
TT'S impoMlble to Illustrate all the beauty of this bed at! its
tfinement of design and elegant simplicity. We want you to
ace it whether you need bed now or not. If its remarkably
low price does not induce you, we wilt not urge you to buy,
You will have to see it to realise just what an imposing effect it
creates. . : ,t
I Dr. S. L KGuIARdI
Hospital at corner of Main
and Broad streets.
Phono - Main 253
Corn for Hal. C. W. Mat. .
Order taken for potud flower, at
tha PeMewa Furnltura Htora.
I. C. Ilopklniand family ar moving
thl week to their Helix farm.
T. K. Could of Milton la vim ting hi
brother and friend In Weeton,
Callataill" Ufa McBrlda'a la al-
way at your dliol. lhon 92.
E. E. Walikwi waa her thl wk off'
a iHiaineea trip fmm hi farm nr
Mr. and Mra. W. 11. Bailey, of Milt.
on, war Waiting in Witon Sunday
whila on their return horn front rn-
Th Infant eon of Mr. and Mra. C
F. Wright, formerly of Waaton, died
recently at their home In Entarpriae,
Mr. K. M. Warren 1 leaving to
morrow for an axtendad vit with her
daughter. Mrs. Will NorDean, at Wal
Frank Tucker arrived from tha
Okanogan country Friday to vlait bla
mother, Mra. Cora McDuff, during
har critical Hln.
Ceorg Srhnltxcr cam down to vot
Tueaday from th Weaton upland,
where h has been buay building a
farm houa addition and putting la '
a claUrn for Ales Kling.
F. W. HTfnn, lata of Portland,
has bought a half interest in the
Paatim pool and billiard hall of E. E.
Zthm. Mr. HolTman bringa hia wif
and little eon to mak their noma In
After an extended visit with bar
daughter, Mrs. Newt O'llarra, Mra.
Margaret Wheeler ha returned to har
town raaidene. where h expect to
remain during th winter. Mrs. G.
W. Proabttal and daughUra are mak
ing their home with her,
Mr. and Mra. L. Chapln of Indian
Valley, Maho.r here for an extend
ed viait with their en, J. W. Chapln,
and. hia family. Mr. Ethel Lang, a
niece of Mr. J. W. Chapln, arrived
lat evening from Lewlaton, complet
ing th pleaaant family circle at the
Tha Hudson Super Six by perform
anoe, economy and comfort ia In a
elaa alone. Being anderprioed it will
advance 179 on December lit. It Is
th car you want you take noehanee.
A dollar aaved two dollar earned.
Get your auto before December lt
next. Watts 4 Rogers,
A mantle of white on the foothills
near Weaton Sunday morning Indf-
We're Too Mi for Utterance
and we don't 'dare utter utter for fear
we might be UTTERLY WRONG..
So Left Get Back to "Biz"
We have a sewing machine on sale that uses a
whole spool below and no bobbin. It's fine.
See our ELECTRIC WASHER and
, feast your eyes on
BEATERS and RAKGES
SOMETHING TO CROW OVER
However, we'll let Mr. Rooster do what
little crowing may bo neceaaary. We
merely wlah to aay that wa will appre
ciate your patronage in our line and do
our beat to earn your good opinion,
rf Rolled Barley, Oataand Whatj Baled
Hay, MlllatutT and Chicken Fd.
We're local agenta for Peieock Flour
'and Blatchford's Calf Meal. FhoiiSL
" D. R. WOOD the Feed Man
I raile uinrka onl toivrtefco Maimt or m
vrtii fM rave ssaron mtrn
n twtfWitv, aitk nfimmi
ATSNTa BUILD PORTUMtS
ftm. Our hm MlM ivll ha. tluu u km
D. SWIFT & CO.
Wsinlngton, D. C
HOMER X WATTS
i'raetlees in all Stats sod Federal
cated the near approach of winter.
During the heavy rain in theJowlands
Saturday, snow fell in the mountains,
and reached a depth of aix inchea or
more. Mail carriers report that the
mountain roads are in bad condition.
Jo Lleuallen returned the flint of
the week from Morrow county, where
he attended hia daughter' wedding.
II eaya that thmthing i atill in prog
reaa around lone and Lexington and
will continue aeveral week a, to large
ia the acreage. Farmer generally will
gat out of debt thl year and eome will
have a surplus.
. Contributions from the following,
uberibr vine laat report have done
much toward cheering the : Leader
man on hia Inky way: G. W. Stagg,
Geo, B. CarmichaeL Will Preston,
Mr. Sarah Powl, C. W. Avery, D.
F. Lavender, Dr. S. L. Kennard, L. R.
Van Winkle, M. M. W. Van Winkle,
J. M. Banlatar, E. E, Walden, Mrs.
Fsnny Mc Bride.
Th editor of the Weekly Bull-
2 waa tha same as he received for his
wheat here unaacked. Consequently
ne feela he mad a good aale. He had
30,000 bushel for sale but declined
to aall more than 10,000 buahela, al
though be would have disposed of the
entire crop at f 1.60 per buaheL '
' The grand chancellos of the Knight
of Pythias, who will perhaps be ac
companied by tha grand keeper "of
record and aeal, will viait Stevens
lodge No. 49, in Weston, on Wedne
day vning' November 22, while tour
ing Umatilla county. His dates for
the county ar as follows: Pendleton
.the 20th, Milton the 21st, Weston the
22nd, Athena the 23rd and Helix the
24th. Local Pythian will endeavor
to make the visit a pleaaant one for
their distinguished guest
The Saturday Afternoon club met
at the home of Mrs. W. A. Graham,
October 4. Th afternoon waa princi
pally taken up with tha study of the
amendments and varioua measure to
be voted upon the following Tuesdi y,
Mrs. 1. F. Snider acting aa leader.
After this weighty mental excercise
the ladies vers glad later to partake
of luncheon and to devote a brief per
iod to lighter topic. Mrs. G. F. Sni
der, of Dayton, Wash., was present
aa a guest of the club.
So eager were they to see the Pen-dleton-La
Grande high school .football
game Saturday that Arnold Reed and
Dewey Gervais, two Pendleton boys,
walked the entire distance over the
mountain from Pendleton to La
Grande. They left Pendleton at 4:30
Friday afternoon and reached Meach
am at midnight Leaving at 7:30 the
next morning, they reached La Grande
at 2:30, in time for the game, making
the 75 miles in 13 hours.
Tbe Fanners BasM'iVes ton
What provisions are you making for the winter
time of life?
Are you laying anything aside? You'll need it
Store up a little in this bank each month for the
Furnished and Printed at the Leader office
Sixty (minimum).. $0 85
One hundred 1 15
Two hundred.......... 1 65
Each additional hundred 0 40
DK. W. G. HUGHES
Office In th Klam Knlldlng, Milton
Hour, V to 12 and 1 to fl '
New fork, Nov. I. A republican
majority of about SO In the house of
representatives, and a largely-reduced
democratlo majority In the aenate,
were Indicated by early return a. Con
servative estimates, which would have
v. gwen the republlcsns SIT members as
dogger informs a callous public that ... , .v.- h.,
he has an acuta attack of hay fever, n moiUM by the returna from
1 "Brasxd Mew" I
New York atate alone to give the re
publlcana 220 member.
Returns from Illinois indicated,
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enclosed fan; streamline hood; crown fenders front
and rear, and entire black finish, is one of the most
attractive cars oh the market These qualities in
combination with the smaller purchase price bring
the Ford within the possibilities of nearly every
home, Why forego the pleasure and Convenience of
Ford travel another day? Ford prices again reduced
and Ford quality higher than ever. Small expense
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Strength of construction, simplicity in design, real
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$414.85. Roadster $309.85. -
K. I IDIMESTO'I GARAGE
and says: "Inasmuch as this is not
the sccepted season for bay fever, at
tacks, w can only explain ours by the
fact that w have been handling a Judglnf fl on pre.
good many atraw votes lately." While d4ntW thtt tt, ,epubUcana
the malady lasts, there ought to be a would mtk, subt,tntlal ,tlni in
lot of good wheeses In the Bull- n0UM
dogger1 colyums. u w,u probtbly Dot u definitely
The campaign was wound up -at known Just what the status of the
Weston Saturday night by th Repub- senate la until complete returns from
licans, who held a rally at the opera ttea are compiled, but early re
house. Arthur I. Moulton, of Port- tiro showed at least one tain which
land, waa the nrlncJnal soeaker. and bad not bea counted as sure by the
o..v. n .loouensDMch in suDDort of republican lesders. Scattering
ths Republican presidtntial candidate,
Made of Malt a refreshing
Poo! and Billiard Hall
E. E. ZEIIM
Even the Wilson men present praised
the speech as an excellent one from
the G. O. P. standpoint, although de
claring that it could not change their
votes. Mr. Moulton lived in Weston
when a boy, and the people of this
community are glad of tha distinction
he is winning in law and politics.
East Oregonian: For a price of $1.50
per bushel, W. W. Harrnh sold 10.000
bushels of club wheat in Kansas City
on November 2. The wheat was sold
to ths Terminal Elevator of Kansas
City, and tha price is for the wheat,
f. o. b. Pendleton, unsacked. Ac
cording to Mr. Harrah, the Portland
pries for tacked wheat oa November
leaders. Scattering re
turna from Maryland Indicate that J.
Krwla Pranee, republican, may beat
David J. Lewis.
If the early returna should be borne
out, the republicans will have gained
seats east of the Mississippi In New
York, New Jersey, Maryland, Ohio
and two in Indiana, a total of als
seats. The probable logs of' one in
Delaware offse's the September gain
In Maine, so that the republicans will
only have to gain two more seats for
a tie In the upper house.
Republicans have high hopes ' of
gaining aeata in the senate In Mis
souri. Nebraska, Montana, Nevada and
Arlsona. The republican weak spot
are North Dakota, Wyoming and New
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