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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1917)
at the time when the price of
high. We were fortunate in
This will be good news just
all leather products is going sky
X having a good supply of shoes on hand before the war prices
went into eiiect. Many of these are what we call "short end
linos"-just a few iairs of a kind. In order to make room for Spring goods we must close out
these lines. They are the cream of many good lines well known to shoe buyers-such makes as
the Dr. Reed's Cushion Sole, the famous Selby for women, District 76 for children.
All in fact are better shoes than can be bought today for nearly a third more money. We want
to reduce our stock-in fact, we want the money; so out they go at a saving to you of from 50c
to $2.00 it pair less than the new price. It will pay you to look these over.
A good shoe for a woman for $1.98.
A good shoe for a man for $2.39 to $5.00.
Children's shoes accordingly.
Never too much trouble to show
yov anything in the Grocery Depart
ment. Our time is yours and we are
here to serve you to your entire satis
faction; so do not hesitate to ask to
see anything and everything.
We always try to have hi ham! tin- latest of
j, - - . . - - -
V ... ! the best the market affords in Plain and Fancy llrwcnes,
First Stowing of ninety I bestImts
For Boys and Young Men
Mrs. Rabb will be here this week with a splendid
showing of millinery, representing Miss Moore of Walla
.Walla. It is her purpose to fill your wants in that line
this season, and she is here really before the season opens
to learn the wishes of the trade and supply you to your
utmost satisfaction. Mrs. Rabb is a milliner of rare abil
ity and we are pleased indeed to announce to our custom
ers that she will be with us this seasoiTwTth a very choice
selection of hats of the newest and best models designed
for this season's wear. Do not hesitate to call and talk
with her as to your wants for this season.
SERVICE is our hobby. Wo dote on it. Nu
consists In being able to give our customer:- what tl
Our constant aim is if'l your order to you promptly
ly what you order. Our every ilny performance tt
(.ihmI ,mT ice
and i ut l
the kiiul of
service the kiml of goods ami values
this store for more.
that will bring yuu hack to .J
Wc received only yesterduy a ship
ment of these splendid suits for Uya.
These suits have a reputation for style
and service that have made them most
desirable and we are fortunate to have
them for our customers. They are be
injr marked and placed on display and
we shall be triad indeed to show then).
The price is no higher than has been
asked for ordinary clothing for boys.
Do not blame us for the
time of the year. They are tin
up! Spring is near.
Hn.r trend e- of tjreeii v-getab!' this
best the market nilunk Cheer
II you have a kick coming almut the groceries i.r our service,
please let us know. It helps us to hear about our hoi tcomings
once in awhiU-.
We axe buying some line parsnips and carrots from our friends
the farmers. Cheaper than potatoes, and a jrood suil;.iituto.
With two "&tage coons" in the
J at th
i t&'ittSESiZSg! FRIEND JIM SAYS NOTHING
ABOUT KENTUCKY BOURBON
Mr. ami Mrs. Anson B
H0T1CC TO! rUBUCATIOK
lH'trtiiii'it "( tlio liiturn'r,
U.S. I.nnil Oltiio t l.n ir(iiulr. Or.,
Ituvumbrr i. It'Ki.
? cast, "Molly" and her fellow actors
Were SUrroiindiHl hv rln ilarlfnK
e lights wpnt n..t-nrm. reai uieir home on Itoyer
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" J W.U.TV Wl UK IllfJII Willi, . - Vl.l ll l,- U l.....l.u ..I. II.,.. I,..,...,l.
Three .sc-wing machines sold in Nothing daunted, the Mignonette -""oiornm. j. , McUanie wnli from Uu- (); -mc. Z
two days last week '0 to 45 dol- R'kan players brought out a "One hundred dollars wouldn't abetntown, Kentucky, that he is K. . I. No. I. Vt.tu,., Own, tl.t,
lars W & R " - kerosene 'amp and went ahead with buy my motor washer if I couldn't viHitinff hi old home again after an un th &ih ilny uf rVhmaiy. Win, nl
a well-staged, well-acted tnd truly get another."-Prof. Lundell. (He absence of eighteen years, and finds 1" thw offlco Swrii MiiiUniw.i hikI Ah
Vernie Marr was in town this delightful comedy. Our dramatic got it of Watts A Rogers; whoopee!) many changes. , It has Ihh'h a had gg ",'vf;" ' ;i ''""Ij ' 4
week on h.s way to Durkee, where critic is enthused over the perform- , w , , winU-r there, he says, with many NortV 'ltn i i:..nt. WnWtu 'l.
ne contemplates locating. ance, but was called down bv our a.L V , . . C suduen changeamnn 40 above to ri.lmn, nnd thu timber thortmi. umkr
"Now vn n hnv vn.irdf foreman while hurrivmr to eet to o"..0' " - it-ro in 24 hours. He visited the ih. ,rovwl..M. of thy ad of Ju.. 3.
a J jV-m... mm - - kMTtlLL ML Illf" rtftTlT IWlllin l.lf tt . .1 .1 I I Mi M ll1 Uft m tt If t t li I II 1 1 ltl
bushel of wheat or half a sack of press, and we are unable to give vnt nf i m 7 tZ...Zu " ?''n01" cave anu me uncpm , , . - ., j- " , '
election by a m
TM aF lift A 1C TU .1. ... . Iht "1 mi mr itrttl SImhh I uu ' itl mu
spuds," writes Henry Dowd of lne tnena players the notice they mrt of .li.ip-i r. " R "I ve wi value . n.iKlit be Used l.y npi-roUe-
Washtucna in sending one and a-half desem.- individually and collec- KiL anin tanSfi. f'Wnn lpc who had mo.,1 .,hI tVt . im.Hm.nt f. mul, .,.
simoleonsforhksiihKcnnrion Hnh' tive y for the success of their hi. " " dtu tn recoiuer- contributed to the eri-ction of Lin- licuti..i., tlic luiul h.i.I timUr tluiv.-M
simoieons tor his subscription. Huh! J -flrT, tuT ? "r nis- ship, and we are tn-ginning to won- coi,.'- monument h"vo appriiiwd. nt il.to.w tl.
As though e are. going to waste trionic offering. The between act der how he doeJJ t . n s inumint. Umhvf Hi) (m b),i,d fwt ,
our hard earned dough on luxuries specialties were also of a high order m , , Mr- McUaniel intended going to XM ftur M ,, ,ho ,,, mM, t(llt
of that sort. of merit. The Athena I'ress reports that New Orleans to see the Mardi Oras, hM iipplirant will offi-r linnl irf in
the serious problem of rabies erad- and from there to San Antonio, xnpimrt of hi np.i-iiil.m niid wuni
A company of Milton players un- Lnder the auspices of the Satur- ication still confronts the Athena Texas, to visit a brother whom he "l?'u,,,;"1 "!' 2IhI ili.y of M.u. h
der the direction of Miw Hlondcll day Afternoon , club a gieat commu- vicinity and the east end of Uma., has not mm for for 24 years. He iL.J'uZTi
Richey gave an amusing comedy at mty 8upp..-r will be wrveil at Wes- tilla county. A horse afflicted with will be in San Antonio two weeks, iwwiC?. iw. t
Weston op.-ra house Monday even- t-m oma house the evening of St. rabies was killed at the Dean Dud- and after a day or two in Los An- Any pvrm is nt liberty to Vn,t, i
ing for the lament of the Weston f atrit-k s Day, March 17, for the ley place last week and Milt Swag- tfeles intends to strike back for thin purcluwe before t-ntrv, or ii.itluic a
and Milton bands. One of the best benefit of the Weston Concert Kami. vart. kMlo.l u mmi i. . rm j... "miol iM Onumn " content Ht unv tinio before miient i-
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bits of acting in the niece was that While the club will have ircneral nr, Tim. ..A :., V....I....L.. i... uc.i, ny iiiiiiu romiboi nt
of Mr. Carl Hicks in portraying a direction of the affair, it is hoped ' savs. for those who have nvil.i..,f i ..Vl'l.?.!!!'!.."''
IlKWimmrimnlUsn ml .kiiwI..! I,u Il. .u... ii i . ... . " "vu-iu iiiu yiuj .
.,,t,w-,a uiai ,mllfl ten, nut evcryuimg they have to
The next meeting of the W. C. T. cvery Ia!,y. ,n c?mm""'ty will IIPI Aflil FfFWN FIflTF vy high. Tobacco is high-
U. will be held at the home of Mrs. iralt " aKirig it a success w a mm w than it was ever known to be be-
Alice Price Tuesday, March 13, at I?- i ,DanV, m.ay hnow
2-30 n m All mmw ami tnat ,ts fr,ends and well wishers are .., ,
friends'ofTlie union hiv cardial t ,lion' The fm,d will he donated. u Weston Uplands, March S.-H.
lZt iZ rL Zl cv dollar of the proceeds W. Leea,,d Charles May were IV,
completed at this meeting for the W1" g" lnt tne band treaury.
il ii Mil In v tL
V. S. UlINN, Iteglhtcr.
S oil Meat
le Beef I
Mutton, Veal I
rd Poultry I
ay and Thursday 1
ur Prices I
I. I i H l:il,iMI by B
!' Iilliil I'liutru. B
illll.'1'i rt oil nil lie I
ifU r :io (luy.
dletion v isitors the hrht of the week
Professor Maybcrry spent the
week end with his family in Milton.
Mr, and Mrs. tt. W. Lee are mov.
ing to the Shed Price place.
Jake Narkaus spent Saturday and bushel, and
Sunday at the Lausdale home.
Miss Mary tansdalc was a week
end visitor with her mother here.
Miss Agnes Schneider is six-nd.
in? a few weeks in Athena.
Mrs. Martha Ferguson is a week
end guest at the home of her sister-
fore, and some growers made $150
an acre off land that could Ih; bought
for $ 25. Fat hugs sell on the Lou
isville market for $12.40 per hun
dred, and sheep and cattle in pro
iwrtion. Potatoes are $2.50 to $3
per bushel at country shipping
points; apples $3 a box, flour
$10.25 per barrel) corn $1.10 per
beans 15 cents tier
pound or two jxiunds for 25 cents.
Mr. McDaniel adds that he has
been running around so much the
Ix-ader cannot keep up with him
always and he misses it greatly, as
it is just like a "letter from home."
HOTtCE OP FMAt, SETTLEMENT
entertainment of the state speaker, This has been the snowiest win
who will visit Weston some time ter in the Ulues during his 17
this month. ' y,i-s of mountain e xperience, ac-
At a luncheon of merchants and cording to C. W. Avery, who came
their wives in I Grande Tuesday, 'lown Wedninday from the Plue
Senator Walter M. Pierce launched Mountain sawmill. He says there
a boom to have I-a Grande mad" the ,H ""w i: a'ha,f feet of snow
home of the normal school which "". a ,tv('1 '" tll- timln-r around the
will be located in Eastern Oregon "r ",ort' "'an double the nor
by the regents if the Sheldon bill ,nal depth at this season. At the
carries. Walter boosted his home "PP 5,1,1001 bouse the fences are
town as follows: "GorrarhiVnllv stl" covered, and at some places in
, ....If t ... coo Kumt iti ilie l
socially, financially and every other tnc mountain roads the snow drifts jn.aw ;n Alm.na
way uranue .oo.ns ci me ,g- - Twtdoy aftrnvHrn Mrs. It. K. En.
ical home of the proposed normal." Upon orders from the xherifTa glih entertained in honor of Mrs
Since last reports the following office two unknown men were ar- B. W. Lee. Those present were
subscribers have helied to lubri- rested yesterday in the Dry creek Mr. and Mrs. Eph Tucker and
cate, as it were, the Leader's mod- neighborhood by Constable Fuson daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bailey and
i... ...... i and landed for the niirht in thn !. m... r . -n
ii..; ..L...i cal hostile. Tti-v iim u:l. ... .. ti.... ... ... oersigneo Hum
may uieir raiM-uve wiauows never - ,. mu, ram. ivoy may, wrs. MarK and renort as executrix of tho utmvn
grow less: w. m. lavis, jwrs. t.va " iwi iienuerson, ivirs. joe nyatt, Mrs. namea estate; and that tlm above enti-
V. Harman V X. Phelns Tom Mr. appliances at the county's DOWer Rov Hvatr. Mra. Dul Miv. All..- tied court him fixed SHturdnv. thu Slut
Cartv. Wm. L. Robbing. Mrs. B. H. house east of tow". and in fart Dowd. Miss Mavberrv. Mi Forrn- df y, wf areh, 1917, at the hour of ten U
Pruett, IrWilany, B.B.Rich- were ught with the gooils-more son, Mrs. Persoll, Mrs. Lee and the Tne ' and. 1'
. . t- ti r . Minn inn iMinnMK .1 .1.. .. ... -. -- --.
nras, t,. neison, mrs. Aiinmc uauKiiwr.
Walker, John Hyatt, R. C. French, Mayor and Mrs. J. M. Banister or-"" " 1 ' p
J. T. O'Harra, Mrs. A. Scmot rt, rived home this morning from their W' ' p,,tT," c- Bhoi
Ilcy Winn, W. E. Driskell, Gillni t California trip-and Master Itay- PeterSOIl & Bishop
Ellis, Mrs.' E. M. Warren, II. A. mond feels no longer like a poor or- LAWYERS -
Powd aod 0VT. Doufflas. phaabi-y. Fendlulon, Or. FrwawnUr, Or.
Dr. Alfred F.Scmpert
Gnuluiitu uilil UcgiHtvrud
or OFFICE IIOUKS
U:00 to J2:(M) A. M.
l:W to C:0(i P. M.
tW WATTS UI.UG., upHluiiH
f i C MIMIOHH T
I'liynicimi Bnc' Siirguon
t I'tmt llulliling (Dr. Hiunu's for-
m mer oiurvj tinviui, VIXlt.
to luan on trood
wheat land at
In the Matter of the Estate of D. N
Van Skiver, Deceased.
County Court of Hie Statu of
Notice in hereby given that the un-
meu ner ntmi account
: . :J
Day or Week.
Mrs. J. W. Porter
Dun P. Xniytho
the county enurthoonn in I'mullnlm
Oregon, as the place, for hearing said Chan. If. Carter
nnai account, ana renort. uoieciiona r .
to said final account and report should VATlCr OC JlTlVlhP
be filed on or before aaid date. vJi Millie
Amy A. Van Kkivkk, LAWYtRS
Executrix of tho Estate of - - . -
U..ViSklYw:,ik4A PENDLETON OREUON
JU'iil Entitle mid l.oiuia
NO WS THE TIME
to pay your Wixl.ui Lvadvr "sub"
DR. R. B. ROBBINS
Court and Main Streets