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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1917)
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READ T1I1S MSOKHIUT-IT MS DOLLARS Ei YOUR POCKET
Beginning' March first we have decided to allow to all pa
trons navincr their bills in cash before the tenth of the month, a
discount deducted from the bill of three percent.
This will apply on your February purchases and means a
saving to you of just three percent each thirty days on your dry
goods and grocery accounts. This discount does not apply, how
ever, to goods purchased prior to February 1st. It will continue
if each month until further notice.
Pay your bill before the 10th of the month
: AND SAVE THREE PERCENT.
Your Garden f
it ,iiv .iimuuli imunul in vour back yard or yn a vacant
lot -just enough space to gmw a garden: If you have the williim-
y - m y v
y w H'x
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Wc are receiving this week a new
shipment of the famous Warner Bros.'
Corsets comprising the new models for
spring. We invite the ladies tV) call and
allow us the pleasure of showing this
euhy mi moDELS
in both front and back' lace arc being
shown that you will find practical as
well as graceful.
In working over your homes before
spring house cleaning do not overlook
the fact that Sanitas is the ideal wall
covering clean, sanitary ami pretty
changing the dingy room to one of
and less expensive than any other wall
decoration on the market. We have it
in a variety of patterns and will be
pleased to make estimates and quote
lies to plant and hoe ami if l w,t !',e ,'M
est "garden truck" on earth, you can live like a king. l"ok care
Unknown seeds are dear at any price. Come in and l.ik over
,tho display of the will known and well adverted line of sccdi
that we carry C. Morse' California Seeds; Ferry Seed Co. of
Michigan; Northrup. King & Co. Seeds of Minnesota, and Slur
Ml' Seeds of Walla Walla. Wash.
SHOES ' SHOES SHOES
We arc receiving almost daily new shipments of sl oes fur
spring. The season 'e latest styles, both In men's and women',
will bo found in our atock. This week there is duo to arrive a
splendid shipment of the famous Queen Quality Shoes for women. .
l'ositively no letter line anywhere. For style and beauty they are
unexcelled; for lit they are most comfortable.
The price is no higher than for many shoes far inferior. We
ask you to call and let us show you this line. One? worn yufl w ill
have no other. Triced from $3.50 to $7.00 the pair. ,
To make room for the spring line much of which has been
received we arc closing out many odds ami ends that are excep
tional values'; good styles, but just a few of each; many as high
as three dollars now at
& Urn 1J
fimfinAii iwiatmiffAfll mntion. Krank was amonir ROTICB ton ruBUtiun
Weston High will play a double
heaik-r basket ball game with Ath
ena High on the local floor in the
high school jrym tomorrow evening.
J This is the first mixup of the wiLson
44-b4$$$&W,-t-k-i-i-lr-i"H at Weston between these lonK-time
rivals for athletic honors, and will
Monroe Turner is visiting here doubtless draw a large crowd of
from Spokane. fans.
A. W. Lnndell and family have s. S. Parris. formerly of the Wcs
. moved into the Allyn cottage on ton upatul!ii hjw fK,UKht a half sec
Broad street. tjon 0f ian,i nt.ar Waylanrl station
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Snow is reported to oe iroin live irm uiu naynumn esutie, wr a eon- .. CT..eted with hearty exores
to six feet deep in the vicinity of sideration of Jo.UUO cash, gions of apprwiatio md approval,
the Blue Mountain sawmill. ouj. for c,mulau,jua wa8 aIs0 uccua8.
Three good young mares, 5 to 8 a pretty dibh, a mouse trap, a hal- ful from a financial standpoint,
years old, weight from 1300 to 1800 ter, or hog fence. W. & K. More season tickets were sold than
pounds, for sale. Dn. Kennard. ...... the 235 required by the guarantee,
Mr, Dick Bush and baby daw- i ii t i ' Pr,"c",al .J'fMthe thus putting the local guarantor
Mrs. Uick Busn ana oaoy oauti stanfic d schools, was here Friday. tVr ,., " it.:,i. han.loma
ter of McKay, Oregon, aie visiting " the clear. Besidi-s, ft nandome
i, mnthor m J s l.uuaileii. sum was nettel from the sale of re-
A GREAT SUCCESS
Weston's first annual Winter
Chautauqua was a success in eviry
way. Capacity houses were drawn
every afternoon and evening by tin
splendid attractions sent here by
the Kllison-White company, ami' a
aiation. Frank lYiee was among
his most faithful assistants, and m
was G. K. Robinson. Williams,
Proiiillit, Watts, KugiTS, IIulxson
and Woo supplied the encourage
ment by (tatting thi wheel horses
on the back.
llcrttmiil uf tlio Interior.
U. S. Lmiii Olllcu nt l.s tiiiimlu. Or.,
tki.ii,r Si. I'.'IO.
George Schnitzer has completed
the work of rebuilding the founda
tion of the irit is dormitory in the
normal school grounds.
County Commissioner U . M . Cock
burn has recovered from an attack
of pneumonia, and was able yester
day, to sit again with the county
A .truly bouncing boy," weight
nine pounds, was bom Wednesday
morning to Mr. and Mra. Ernest
March at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Henri March in this city.
. F. G. Lucas left yesterday for On
tario to attend the funeral Of tin;
late A. W. Trow, resident manager
of, the Oregon Western Colonization
Co. Mr. Trow droped dead Tues
day from heart disease.
The fifty-third anniversary of Hie
Pythian -order was celebrated by
Stevens lKlg with a soial and
banquet Wednesday evening. The
program included an appropriate
and inspiring address by Mayor Ho
mer 1. Watts of Athena.
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Lee returned
. . i 1 1
yesterday u ineir upiaim nimr num
Rochester, Minn., Mrs. Lee having
been restored to health by the oper
ation performed by the L)rs. Mayo.
Mrs. Feguson- mother of Mrs.
Lee, who was withlier daughter at
Rochester, arrived home Sunday.
R. G. Blomgren of Hillsdale farm
has become the owner of a new
Ford touring ear. Iioiiglit of the lo
cal agent, H. L. Hedriek. With
such chissy means of transrlal ion
available, the Leader's agricultural
editor is promising himself an ear
ly visit to the Blomgrcn domain.
I Do YOU Help PAY THE I iptH.fr.mi WV "dmissio...,
' t nniT r ti rtrrr I committee was thereby cnablec
tizni ror inu uui
of TOWN Palace?
served seats, which goes to the local
fund, as docs 25 jiercent of the re-
meet all local expenses and lay by
a small nest-egg for the next Chau
tauqua. It is no disparagement of the
: PROHIBITION AIOED
BY POSTOFFIGE BILL
WanMnrton. With its added dras
tic prohibition lcgtclatlv provlnloni,
the annual povtofflce appropriation
bill, carrylnc 1332,000,000 was pasted
by the snat and aeiit back to tho
house, which will ask for a conference
on thfl amendment
The aenate wrote into the bill
provlnlon maklnx It a criminal offone
to ahlp liquor Into statra which pro
hibit In manufacture and sal.
Another provision would bar from
tbe mails letters, postal cards, circu
lar, newitpapi-ri and other publica
tion containing liquor advertising In
states having laws against such ad-
other numbers to say that the great .-niniii
Mawson pictures were quite gener- Efforu t0 ,m.rea.e .nd-clan mall
ally reganieii aa uie star feature oi r 8Dd t0 entMith lxnt mme
NOl ICK is hereby (tlvcn that J,ih
O. Ilyult, whi'Kt ixHil-ollk'i? mUtrcon i
it. K. II. No. 1, WuM.ili, OrcKii, lui.
un tlw :?Hh tiny of Filmmiy. I'Jlrt, Ma
in thin ollico Swrn .Suu-im-nt sud Ap
plkatiMii, No. Oli'ios, to purrfiaa lh
NK'i SW4. Swlioii n, Tuwn.hlp i
Nortli, ItaiiKV !W Kuat, Wiilnrmittc Mu
rliliun, ami tin) timln-r ilioiuoii, uutkr
tho irovlnum nf the net cf Juno ,1,
lttTH, hihI iicU nimMidiil.iiy, known a
the "Timbor ami Htonu Law," at audi
value as might to lixed by api'mine
mcnt, and tnnt, purauunt to iticli ap
plication, tho laud ami tluilttr lhcrii
havo bvon apprNiHt'd, at I3U,U tlio
timlHtr cHtinmUd U0,iM.K) boHid feet at
tl.M pr M, and tho Imid (5U.U0; that
aniU appllctint will oltvr lliuil proof In
antrt of hi nppllciitloii and Hwnrn
ntHtement on lliu 2t day of Mun li,
1917, bvfore S. A. Nctt Urry, United
Stuti-s ConiinUialonor, at Ida uflico, at
Any person in at liberty to )rolef
this purchami bofnre entry, or initiate a
contest lit any time hefoie imlmt In
auua, by filing a corrolurnled nllidnvit
in this olticw, alleging facto which
would defeat thu entry.
C. S. Dunn, Kegiator.
on drop lotter were made and bitterly
contested and the propoxal were fi
nally thrown out on a point of order,
the session. The other numbers
were entertaining, instructive and
inspiring thus meeting the three
fold Chautauqua purpose; the Maw
son" pictures were wonderful. To
lie virtually taken to the "south o
lar regions while comfortably seat
ed,!! opera house chairs and to see WlU)hlDKton.-Wlth the end of tho
men braving the awful bl..zards of g,xty.folirth conRreM onljr two WM,fc(,
the Antarctic in order to increase a,,, ,. .,,,. ........
the sum of human knowledge, was , .
M'-Pfhi'n if i iim nil", in
"MILLIONS FOR DEFENSE"
ie sum of human knowledge, was traMng Hmlr
rare privilege indeed. Not on'y of rcvrnlln a
so, uui, uie ininuiaiiie penguins sup
plyd the eiiti-rlainintnt, the voyage
itself the instruction and the hero
ism of Sir Douglas and his devoted
followers- two of wholn lost their
lives the inspiration.
Before the close of the final pro-
ami national ilefxpHe lecia-
What emcrgoncy IcglalMtlon may b"
PDacted before adjournment doprndn
entirely upon the dTlHon of (h preal
dent Manj. ni'mli-rs of' iho iciiale
and boiian IHIxve hn will roniniiinii Btr
to coiigriaa within a few day hi
Graduntv ufld ItoglHturnl
gw okkice hours.
liiit) to 12ii0 A. M.
J;(K to 5;0il P. M.
gOT W ATI'S PI.lKi,, upBlaira
The merchant who payi tii
EN0EM0U3 BENT doei sot
spend a dollar in thii town.
Budd up YOUB OWN T0WJT
by trading: with the HOKE
He'll fill every Want, and you
WON'T BEMOVE THE D0L-
LAB from circulating here.
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granra contract whs entered into pian for handling the Iniernailonal
.with Superintendent Paget for the crixla.
naxt year's Chautauqua. Tlie nuin- The general filing here bad been
ber of guarantors was easily in- that Crmnny aubmarln campaign
creasttl from ten to twenty-four, Nner or later will lead Inevitably to
and one hundred or more could have inch a violation of American right a
been secured if necessary. It is m require the further action fore
probable that a year may not elapse cant by the president In bin addrcas
and that the date may lx; set for to congreB two wek ago. The preal
next Noveiiikr, which is a more fa- d.-,,t umWiitood to fret, however,
vorable weather mould than Feb that whon the time com? the anlut Ion
ruary. . outlined In that aridrra ahould be fob
If iKal bouquet are in order, the MwmI out Htrrally. and (he trHi ta-Ix-ader
wants to toss one to J. W. should coioitltute an extenaion' of
Porter, chairman of committees, to further protection to American Inter-
I Warn Rooms'!1
I CLEAN BEDS
Pork, Mtitlon, Veal
FISH Monddy and Thursday
Get Our Prices
riione No, M. Ottl.MH tiikun by
photic fur lliuil mutHi.
Ten pvrcuiit iiitrtit on all no
counts after UU day.
A. P. Perry
ur. u ixiivvsviii
I'hyniclun mu? Suigvn
rot iiuiiiiing vr, stone n ror- i
mer ulllct)) Albinn, Orcg. f
to loan on good
wheat land at
". Q. Lucas
Id-ill I'Nlalu nl Lotum
Day or Week.
Mrs. J. W. Porter it
CIihh. II. Carter
I'nn I'. Sinythe
Carter & Smythc
yrTTttttTtttrtttyTt whom fell much of the work of dr-d. U zt&K Uu dtlvUw ol w. PlsNULtTON , . OULGON
NOW'8 THE TIME
to pay your Weston Leader "sub"
DR. R. B. ROBBINS
J iidd Uuilding
Court and Muln 'Irceta
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