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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1917)
Th Rreateat bargain event of tho entire year, to whh h
the entlr Walla Walla country Iiuh come to look forward. is
here once moro. Present market cowlitiona considered, lh
wisdom of offering our fine big Block at tho usual price re
duction Is open to qiitittion. Over ninety per cent of our
Btock ia priced under present market values.
However, our frienda expected n sale in January, so we
heuan planning for It montha ago. Hy forehanded buying
and vigorous effort wo luivu aueceeded in accumulating a
Block of rare bnriralna in Hpite of discouraging conditions.
There are thouaunda of very special bargain.
Our regular stork will nil lie reduced rctl ronlmot kI and
such lutti aa we ere rauiilit short on-knkU on which wi will hnvr to
advance prioa rlicht after this sale. CnlileriiK omuIiiIwh line Hle
will eclliwe H former nns lit l"i ortanre to the ruln-r. Nw Is a
good tune to buy. even ( router prima, fur nr-n will eiUume HkIiI
along ami many goods are hard to Ki t at any price.
In view of this sale olfeibig sound Judunii nl m i c'l ! all
your tieeda fur inuiiiha t come.
All goods art double taKdvd usual yellow mil lK ami the rg
ular leg, o all rait eee the esaU saving, t nine, rend the ) lliw Ihk.
Yi.u'll nut be disappointed, fur Davie Kar ali always "muke
THE DAVIS-KASER CO.
I'lanoi, Phonographs, Muaic - Complete Home r'mniln r
10 20 Alder fcl. WALLA WALLA. WASH.
Elite Sit hsili
Before Pressing Your Suit
You'll win her if we do
A shave, hair-cut and
shine would help.
WESTON BATHS ui
to your measure
I R. L. Reynaucl
aiaioUUalei'i Salt d teal Pioetftj
prort-rd In n il to tilt liitftiiKt liiililiT,
fur rah in IihihI, all the right, llile, in-li-real
ami vlatv uf Matg I n Hrarhc
Iran, di-reamd, hi ami to the following
deorrttied real pmiierly, towil:
litaunu (II anil two i'i) amlllirS. V.
i4 nf tho N. K. ' "t .Swtion Xi, 1 4,
N. H. X; K. M. M. Umatilla rountt.
Oregon, haid aide i to be held al the
ullim of my eiiormyf Homer I. Wait.,
In Athena, Oregon, nt the hour of II
o'din k A. M. mi lii STilh lny of Janu
ary, 1UIT. anil Ik 1 Ihj c.inil.irl. il In a
privatv inainu r.
Mum huh aiir ii'tn nny m ,
WitllaA K.iTa' rule free with
puz.le tlnown in.
Mi- ami Mm. Win. MmKculf
itiutured over from Wallu Wnlla
t!..i-n Jiumiirv 10. HI17. to Mr.
iiikI Mra. II. '.. lirown of Mill-on. a
Mri. Martha lluniiii ami Mra.
I.. M. Kiiriik pre iiuiuli ut the
Ik.iii.' of Mra. It. W. I'.rown.
Taeoina ilmlrra city that the
Norlhwi-ht jioinio Ki.ly ia marly
vxhHUhted, uii'L pteilict a r-md
I'rii-i-. Vfhtiii Wureliouau
iinimiiy nmiiiu'rr. houKht alx.ut
ino liudtela of wheat yterday
Miiut Odiiwa Kirkpalrirk ha ad-ili-il
a hamlMoirie new mil top di nk
In her eciuipnient at the O. K.
Mi I'ldie rainier and Mini
Willard 'arena motored from Wal
tit I ri.luy and h r the day with
Mow 7 him lirown.
Mr. and Mr. Jann U and
Mn lihm Koni wre RiicMa hwt
Stimlay at the home of Mr. and
Mra. Seott lluniater.
In- Wilwin and family have
iiiuvimI to the farm renidenee on
the J. M. l!aniater pluee, of whiih
Mr, Wil.son i- the new foreman.
Fanners See This Big Keld
( tthtpm j jr. M ,,,,. &
ft70C Mogul 8-16 t79n;
P LJ KeroKBumiDf Tractor i iJ
liny the tractor that uses coal oil or dmtiilate just an we'l as gasoline
and without special change.
We have finished our inventory and Gee Whiz! We are happily surprised to find
We've Cot Too Much. Happy that we bought right and that means Half Sold.
We have ONE THOUSAND rules to give you that you may take our measure see
that you get yours. IJeat Klectric Washer made -wrings at any angle of horizon. Sewing
machines f 18.00 up to the Two Spool machine no w inding Lobbins; it's great Dutch
mar, and ohn Deere plows, Webtr and Deere wagjns.
Watts & Rogers
A in wan burn Saturday morning
to Mr. and MrH. II. J. Urihkell at
i r m- I M m W I
rml-r. l;l.l...i.i..ihoh...,...rilcl.--h "w " T " '
A. M. im thilh. lay if January. 1-J17. Snuak on the Keed and Maw ley
WARNING TO DOG OWNERS f
l,iU iiibv ! iiimlii ami li ft with in v al-
turnry, flmni-r I. WalU, at h: olllie in
Alnciia, iiri uiiii.
Th aaid iimrril'i'1 land U (i l anld
five anil rlviir from all lii'im and en
rtlitiliraim wliirli rxiel mkuiiik( tlit-RMid
ir.M-rty at tho time of aaul al-.
Italmfal Alhona, Orrfc-im, thia 2Ulh
day uf iVeomlH-r, IHIU.
Makv I.a Hhai mk II.UU'Kl.l V.
Kln-utrix of tliti wKlntii uf MaKKe
La llrrlio Kraut, JwcmoI.
"Call a taxi!"' jif M-Hral'a i at
way at yuur iliKiml, I'luuie VI.
Nntlr la horwhy g-lvsn that I. aa Ad
niiiiMtraliir of Ilia rtit of Martin &
Olaoii, docoaaiMl, will nlfwr fur aalu at
iuliic auction tu tho htghpat biiklvr fur
ch. at two o'clock in lh altvrniMin
on I ha 6th day of t vhruary, 1UI7, at
(ha front door of tha Cuurt Hour of
Umatilla County, Oroffou, th folloiiK
rual irirrty In aaul County lwiini"K
tn the aal tU'Cvaaud at lh llm uf hia
death and now uvlonvinif to hia ualata,
Th Wnt half of Northcnat quartor,
and thtt SnulhoaaHiuartcr of th North
want uuartvr, and tho Nnrlhsaat tjuar
trr of tho Houthaaat quartor of Swclion
3i in Tnwrnahlp 4 South of Kaii( ill
tatof WUIanwlU Meridian,
This aal la madt ourauant to onler
of th County (Uwrt of Umatilla Couu
ly. Orvgon, mad January I, 1917.
Cham. H. Cahtkh.
RtUct tl Sail tt UttltJ.
In tliu County Court of tho Stato of
OroKon, for Umatilla County.
In the Matter of tha Katato of Magi
La Hracho-Frani, duceanwl.
Notico ia harvby Riven that under and
by virtue of an order made In the above
. entitled matter by the above namrd
court on the 20th day of Ieroiubr,
l'Jlii, , Miiry La Uraohe-BaddeWy, executrix-
of the abuvo named eatate, will
I.,. t Ml V HM Ml
fur aCAMOM wl mwt
W, KimtfaUlHr. Ilunli
PATCNTO BUltD fORTO
fm. tr l.wlajlMlllh. awlu'Wrt
D. SWIFT & GO.
8v(n'.h St., Ws.hinnton, 0. C
HOMER I. WATTS
i'raptlcca In all State and Kuili-ral
j; Dr. S. L KEHHARD
!i Veterinary Surgeon
Hospital at corner of Main
and Broad streets.
I Phone Main 253 i
Mr. und Mm. Kreil MeGnw re
tunied Monday from their Portland
visit, ju in time for Fred to make
himm lf useful in lielbing to invoice
at the ( iy drug Dtore.
MiN Cleinenoe Ileynuud left Sun
dav for Ijw Cructa. New Mexico,
to keep house for her bachelor
brother, Willis Heynautl, a eontrae
torv and builder of that city.
Having been excused from jury
M-rvice until the February term,
Cliaiuc Uogera returned Tuelay
from Pendleton. Sim Barnes and
Joe Key are rtill on duty there.
A recent letter received from a
no.Hic of Mrs.' Margaret Wheeler,
uiuiiitf in North Jiuttleford, Sak
a hewan, saya that Christmas weath
er there was 38 degrees below rem,
witn no snow on the ground.
Following the fatal illness of
little lierl Kussell, who was hurt
on a merry-go-round on a school
playrgountl at Pendleton, play
ground apimratus of this character
may be abolished there.
For Sale-Hull Tractor Demon
strator now stored in Kirk's imple
ment shed, Athena. Has been run
only a few days. Will sell for $75
if taken immediately. K. W.
Goodale, Box if, Pendleton, Or.
Charles Van Hoy returned from
Walla Walla Sunday without hav
ing submitted to an operation. He
decided not to part with his appen
dix, which is very much attached
to him. except in the event of
The will of the late Mrs. Lucinda
Russell of Athena, who died in the
fcastern Oregon hospital, has been
contested by a grandson, William
Welch of Gilliam county. She left
the bulk of an estate valued at$lb,
000 to W illiam Kusscll and the chil
dren of David Russell.
J, H. and Claud Price and Ernie
Itlomgren stopped off at Richmond
on their California trip, and write
home that the Richmond proposi
tion is as good or better than was
represented by the agent, Mr. Mc
Kmney. A number of Weston peo
. pie have invested in Richmond busi
A double header basket ball
game will be played Saturday even
ing of this week at the new high
school gymnasium between boys'
and girls' teams of Weston High
and Milton High. Local followeis
of this sport will thus have a
chance to see their first game of
Five children in the family of
Henry Sams, residing on Dry creek,
art' ill with diphtheria. Two cases
only were serious, and all of the
children are expected to recover.
Suspecting diphthera, Dr. Smith
administered anti-toxin and for
warded throat swabs to the state
board of health, which reports find
ing the diphtheria bacillus. As the
children were taken ill during vaca
tion, it is thought that the conta
gion will be prevented from spread
ing in the neighborhood,
In view of the fact that dogs in
the Weston ncighhorhoud are afflict
ed with rabies, warning is hereby
given to all dog owners within the
city limits of Weston that until fur
ther notice their dops must be kept
eit.ier tied or muzzled.
Uumuzzled dogs found running at
large will be iiiioundcd and killed.
J. WUKZKK. Acting Mayor.
H0T1CE FOK rOBUCATlOlf
Tde Fanners Bank of Weston
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Laud Uttae at La UrauUe, Or.,
L)ccuinU r tl, lulG.
NOTICE ia hereby given that Jut-ih
(. Hyatt, whom; post-ollice addrcaa is
R. K. U. No. 1, V t-nlon, Oregon, did,
on the SSSih day of Fehruaiy, lfib, liie
in thia ollirc Sworn Sli t.-ii.cul and Ap
plication, No. 0l5tiS, lO U C1HMS ih!
Nb'4 hWl4, Action ', ToAiioiiip 4
North, iiaiii! 80 Kt, Willamette
ridian, and the timber thereon, under
the provisions of the act of June 3,
1878, and acts amendatory, known aa
the "Tuiiher and Monu Law," at such
value as m ght be tixed by 8 pra:m
nioiit, and Ihut, puinuant to i-uv'li a
plication, the iHiid and timber tliereun
nave been appruiKed, at $130.00 the
timber entimalvd UU.UOU board leet at
$1.00 pur M, and the land tW.W; that
said applicant will otter mud proof in
snpxirl of his application and sworn
statement on the 21st dny of March,
117, before S. A. Newberry, United
States Commiiuiioner, at his office, at
Any person is at liberty to protest
this purchase before entry, or initiate a
contest at any time before patent is
sues, by tiling a corroborated affidavit
in this office, allele'11 facts which
would defeat the entry.
C. S. Dunn, Register.
: A Glad Surprise
; ; Pay your social debts with
an excellent box of
' ' Sold only at the store that
selects the best of
Odessa Kirkpatrick J
Ask us for a blank on which to take an invoice
January 1st Fill it out correctly, ascertain your
present worth and file it for future reference.
We wish you a happy and prosperous 1917 and
w ill qe glad to assist you in any way we can to make
it your most prosperous year. .
GOLDEN RULE HOU
Well-Appointed Conveniently Located Pleasant
Comfortable Reasonable Rates
J. M. Bentley, Prop! - M. A. Ferguson, Clerk
CIGARS, TOBACCOS, CAHS
Best Line in Town.
Our Cigars and Tobaccos are NOT DRY
ZEHM & HOFFMAN
I Warn Rooms I
i . uormuory muiaing.
j Mrs. J. W.Porter j
Day or Week.
Home Merchant Prices
25 pound pail stock food $2.25
12 pound pkg. stock food 1.00
7'i pound pV. stock food... .65
2 pound pkg. stock food 25
Comparisrn of dosage two
tablespoonfulls twice daily.
WE GUARANTEE THESE GOODS
Mail Order and Peddlers'
25 pound pail stock food $3.50
7 pound pkg. stock food LOO
3't pound pkg. stock food ... .50
1 pound pkg. stock food ... .25
Two tablespoonfulls three
GOODWIN'S DRUG STORE.