J DaiMaser Service Wo muintiiin (hut in order to justify IU existence every institution mut perform a real acrvice to the community. DnviH-Kimor's continued (rrowth is larjrely attributed to the fact Hint we do perform such u aorvice, uml thut more folks realize and appreciate thut fuct. We have never claimed your mipitort nimply Ih'chuhu wo are a locul institution and help to huild up our Rreut country, hut becatme, all thing conHidered, wc give you more for your money thun you can Ket elsewhere; becuuHe our experience enables us to help you avoid coHlly miHtakcH, and because our guarantee of "Satisfaction or Your Money Hack" insures you satisfaction under any cii-cumHtanccH. Our Spring allowing of Furniture, Rugs, Draperies, etc., in rapidly ncaring completion. Among lutest arrival in a splendid line of overstuffed tapcutry furniture- the rich, restful, durable kind the kind that re fleets Rood taste and judgment. Come and insja-ct our Spring Showing. THE DAWS-KASER CO. Piano, l'lninigri)iii, Mumc (ouiilit Hume Furnilu-r 10 im Alder SI. WAl.l.A WALLA, WASH. Butter Wrappers Furnished and Printed at the Leader ollice Sixty (minimum) $0 VO One hundred 1 20 Two hundred 1 75 Each additional hundred 0 45 BREVITIES Lloyd King, a Weston boy, has enlisted in the nuvy. Henry Schroder ha returned from his visit to relatives in Mich igan, I.iiMlro fr dressing nut on. Old rui'M inude to look like Hew. A. Phillip. For Hale (Senile driving home, buggy and harmtw. Mm. , Lillian Frederick. More twiHMo hewing machines coming. See tliem a wonder. Walt & RgeS. Mr. and Mr. Wm. Falconer and dauKhler of 8mkanc are guests of the J. A. McKae. The Win. MaeKenzUa were here from Walla Walla Friday evening to attend the band concert and visit friends, Mla Krma llcacork and Miss Joe eplilne Rhode of Pendleton were week rnd guests of Dr. and Mrs. S. L. Keiinard. Our electric washer was put to the tett as h wedding tflft last Mon day and Sim say. "If sure made good." Watts & Rogers. Man and wife, with one child, winh steady employment on farm. Kxericnced, Krnest Hrown, Col. Bid., St. Johns, Oreg. Mi Juaiw Rlchman and Mr. Will Richman of Dayton, Wash., are vis iting at the home of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lleuallen. Rev. H. S. Shangle will preach Sunday evening at the Methodist church on "Christian Education." There will be- special music. All are invited to come. Fanners-See This Big Field Demonstration WORTH SEEING EVERYBODY WELCOME $725 $725 Mogul 8-16 KerowBurniBg Tractor Another conservative mountain rancher, H. V. Compton, has ordered an 8-10 Mogul Tractor. OUR CASH BARGAIN COUNTER is getting more interesting. Next week we place some mail order goods in comparisop. Come and see our 27c hop wire fence beside 40c fence. II 3- '"'i JP V. ft ri "" S mm bei Let Us Show Yon Vfcat Casb VilJ Do! Mrs. Ruby C. March, wife of Hu- VAWV&v&M ett March. diel at fct. Anthonv a ' Marlon O'Harra junior is getting hpltal in Pendleton Sunday of lurulyxis of the throat. The remains were brought to Weston, where fun- i I FORD along nieeiy, ana win oe auie 10 re- vi8l services were held Monday af turn home soon. His father came ternoon at the home of Mr. and back from Pendleton Tuesday, and Mrs. Frank Taylor, parents of Mrs. March, and were largely attended. The sermon was preached by Elder The Universal Car actually delivered 320,817 to retail buyers since his mother Is now with him. A small crew of O-W. R. & N. surveyors were here yesterday, get ting information. As they gave out none in return, the town is more or less agog with conjecture. manu- agent to Have been built and Augunt 1, 1010. 7 hew fiifurus-320,817-reirciil the actual number of ear NCtunxf by ui sinva Auguftt 1st, 191B, and delivered by our a Tito unutual fall and winter demand for Ford cars makes It nvceaaary fur us to online the distribution of ear only to thoet afrenta who hvo orders fur Immediate delivery to retail customer, rather than io pennii any agent to siock car in anticipation of later spring sale. I.. I... !.. ... i . i. m t . uuiiii imii'wib, uiki me norai iiro utes were muny and beautiful. Mrs. March was only 21 years old, and her untimely death is regretted hy Eddiji Fulford of tfunflvld Is vis- munityt when. WM highly re- rjiimi iveyn- jrarded. Tbe Fanners Bank of Weston U iting his sister, Mrs. olds, Established 1891 Wa ara Uaulng thU notice to Intending buyer that ihey may protect iieiay or aisappoinimeni in securing f ord rv inanniiiff to outxnaae to place yuur order and tako dull very now. themselves agalnat dela; II, tnereiure, you are car. to purcliaae a Furd car, we advise you i Immediate orders will have prompt attention. Delay in buying at thi time may cause you to wait several months. Enter your order for immediate delivery with our authoriiod Ford agent listed, below and. yon" be disappointed Inter on- I'MCGS-Iinnabout im.M, Touring CarHM.89. FORD KOTOK C0MP ANT - B. L EEDRICK, Agent prior to the deimrture of Mr and Mrs. Reynolds for Alberta, Mrs. Fulford accompanies him. Mr. and Mr. James Kelson are visiting at the home of C. H. Nel son in this city. Mr. Nelson is a pioneer farmer of Umatilla county, of late years a resident of Alberta. At the United Brethren Church, subject 11 a. m.. "All." Un ion services at the M. E. Church in f the evening. Important announce K ment for the following Sunday even- Ing. Watch. F. A. Phelps, pastor. Pythlans held a big meeting here Wednesday, with large delegations from Milton and Athena. The firt and second ranks were conferred upon Rudolph Proebstel, and the third rank upon Walter IVamer and Lester Wilsey. Most of the work was done by the Milton team. The interior of the United Breth ren Church is being embellished with new paint and wall paper. A room for the primary Sunday school class has been fitted up in the basement. We will be pleased to assist you with your taxes this year as formerly. If you wish, we will secure your statements for you, and you may pay taxes here and save a trip to the County Seat. Mr. and Mrs. lleorge Brutscher, J. A. Stolp is leaving the Weston uplands this week for worley, Idaho. j ...I-- u - i i . i i.if : . .. r ... i r J T Wlieit? Ill- lias ncw-v, a mmii ckiivii ivphivmw aiviii mi jr ,vhid Mi llie A!fWmWtWVWWV of Indian land on the Coeur d'Alene Weston nleghborhood, have gone to reservation. He shipicd a car of Newberg to make their home. farm tools and machinery to his new location, BAND Die and CONCERT Tomorrow Afternoon I have for sale for a client T00 shares of stock in the Weston Mer- Feeling much encouraged, Rufus cantile Company for $450 cash. Brown has returned from Portland, Andy T. Barnelt. where he received a thorough med- ical examination for stomach trou- Pianos tuned and repaired at 'rea ble. Mr. Brown was relieved of sonable prices. First-class work the fear that his indisposition guaranteed. A. W. Lundell, Mus. I P ease I ember You Have a In Weston Try Helping mm might be duo to ulcer or cancer, and was advised that careful diet ing would bring him "out of the kinks." Mrs. R. G. Sal ing went to Pen dleton yesterday in response to an invitation to sing again for the Thursday Afternoon Club, and ren dered two selections from Madam Butterfly, in appropriate costume. The club hostesses were Mr. Wm. McKinney and Mrs. Dr. Henderson, and Japan wag the theme of the af ternoon's study. Tip regular mating ot the Mis sionary Society of the Methodist Church was held March 7 at the home of Mrs. J. F. Snider. After the business session a paper was read on "Social Legislation Regard ing Public Health," -and a short discussion of the topic followed. Mrs. E. C. Rogers and Mrs. Robert Proudfit were present as guests, and Mi's. IVoudfit became a mem ber of the socjety. Refreshments were served by Ms. Snider, assist ed by Mrs. Gould and Mrs. Porter. The W. C. T. U. met Tuesday af ternoon with Mrs. Alice Price. De votional exercises were led by Mrs. S. L. Kennard and Mrs. Eliza Har ris. The afternoon's program in cluded a roll call of dry states by Mrs. Clara Harbour; "Liquor and the Labor Question," Mrs. Cora Sowers: a poem, "Frances Wil lard," by Mrs. Frank Price; part of the address given by Miss Anna Gordon at the national convention, read by Mrs. R. L. Reynaud. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Eliza Harris Tuesday, March 27, at 2:30 p. m., with Mrs. Cora Sowoifl at leader. Bach. The Best Place in Town ! To Get Candy STALLIONS At Alta Stables Pendleton, Ore. Imported Percheron and Belgian Stallions that are extra good. Be sides other Pei-cheron, Belgian, English Shire and Clydesdales with im ported ancestors that are young and good, with correct pedigrees that are desirable. One pair extra Percheron mares. If you are a customer and want to save your money, take time to come and see me. REMEM iiEU, GOOD STALLIONs! AND LOW PRICES. (If you have a stallion that you cannot use longer, I might change.) J. R. JUSTICE, Importer - - . Pendleton, Oregon GOLDEN RULE H0H Pendleton Oregon Well-Appointed Conveniently Located Pleasant Comfortable Reasonable Rates J. M. Bentley, Prop. M. A. Ferguson, Clerk eveloDin Is at a the store "what has" The Whitman Candy Give a gift worthy the giver. iiOKCandyShopii X Odessa Kiikpatrick s and Pran Good Work Guaranteed. Bring in your Films and Plates for Enlargement. GOODWI'S DRUG STORE. Weston Oregon I i 5?