The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946, March 30, 1917, Image 4

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    X
Y
t
V
T
We are in receipt of our spring line of Clothcraft
Suits for men and young men. Clothcraft lias be
come a household word in American homes. It
stands for clothes satisfaction and is the only line
with a positive guarantee to wear and hold the
$ shape. We have them in grays, browns, blues, be
X sides many pretty novelties. See the Famous blue
serge, hone better and priced the country over at
$16.50. Other prices $12.50-$13.50-$15.00-$18.50
MILL
V
r
r
Y
r
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
X
Y
T
t
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
I Splendid Showing of
fey
On Monday, April Mrs. Itabb will Ik
in our atore with n showing of millinery suit
able to your want. Special stress htut Ih-cii
brought to Iknu" to induce Miss Moore to
bring her nicest hats here for your inHc
tion. and Monday ami all tin week you wili
have tin privilege of selecting your hat from
the best assortment of new and up-to-the-minute
millinery ever show n in Weston.
Boys' Suits
We were never m well prepared to lake
care of your wants in tit in line. Our Mock in
cludes tho Famous "Best Evet" tiuaranteod Suits
for Hoys. They have the M)le and Miap ami.
U-ht of all. the wear that a Nty m pi ires in a
suit. We ean nlwi suit yon in price, having a
range from $2.00 to 910.00 for U'.vh. liiing in
the boy and let us show you.
t
y
?
?
Y
Y
?
?
?
?
V
?
?
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
t
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
X
y
y
y
x
REG. US PAT. OFF. (-
THE WORLD'S BEST SHOES FOR WOMANKIND.
This make of shoes has become almost national in reputa
tion and is regarded by those who know as shoe satisfaction.
We are pleased to have for your inspection the most select line
for spring. It is our desire that our customers have the best ob
tainable: that you be dressed more beautifully and fashionably
than ever before in footwear. The Queen Quality shoes solve
this problem.
Prices from $4.00 to $7.50 easily one dollar per pair less than
you will pay the city stores for the same shoes.
Custom Tailoring
(or Women
By the largest special order house in the
United States
The Ideal Tailoring fo.
Your suit made to measure. No worry, no
trouble about fit. Select your style .and the
pofxis you wish and the garments come to you
with all the individuality you so enjoy in a suit,
dress or skirt
The price is no higher than for ready made
garments of the same quality; let us show you.
Men's Section
We hue Overalls at s;5o, SI.ihi ami ?U".
We have Clows at 8e per pair.
Sox at He per pair.
SusjHMitlers at 2" cents.
A THOUSAND OTHER THINGS IN PROPORTION
THROW THAT WHITER CAP HiTO
THE BASEMENT
In order to make room for Spring Hats we have thrown on
sales tables about 150 hats, remnants of stock, value :p to ;l.c0.
Good styles. Your choice only $1.79.
C3 ST S J3
VI AMERICA GIVES IIP
BREVITIES
A meeting of the members of the Miss i;9 iorttT j recovering
M t,- fl,.,U Q....IK u;ll lu. I...I.I .. i. , .
a ..1. .....v... ..... .... jrom a severe auacK oi lonsiims. :
next Sunday at 3 p. m. in Weston . - . . . ...
.i i.,; ,i A son was born in walla Walla
ioi in, j'ui isvkT, v "J "K
devising ways and means for the
March 24 to Mr. and Mrs. William
progress of the church during the R08,
... summer months. We especially tie- Grandma Sicaks, who has been
Herman Goodwin is absent ror sire thu prw5ence 0f a) thc officials, critically ill, is reported to bo
the week on a trip to Portland. stewards, trustees, officers and somewhat improved.
The "Tug of War" Saturday, teachers of the hunday school, olti
April 7, at Weston. Ore. Tractors cers oi the r.pwortn ami junior slllMi.lv ti ., ,
vs. Labor.
Mrs. I
Watts & Rogers.
E. Saling has gone
Walla Walla to attend her sister,
Mrs. Copeland, who is critically ill.
Subject at the Methodic church
"Vocatiion."
You. are invited to come. W. I!.
leatrucs, missionary society, Home
ilrt.imiin( u.ll.k ....It i( Slltn.lflV
to ', , ... .. . ' Smith, nastor.
si-notii anu me cnoir, wneuier mem
bers of the church or not. Also ev- Miss Esther Williams luis lieen
ery member of the church who can kept out of school during the week
er's desk in the local drug store, . . , H. Williams, is als ill.
after quite a serious and protracted A big patriotic observance was c,.nw.rt wll(1 ilt ,,,.
v heij at Pendleton last evening un- Dr. A. . .S.-mert. who is a phai-
der auspices of thc Red Cross, macist as well as a dent ist, has lutn
Found- a pocketbook with a few Thousands of people, marshaled in in charge of the local drug store
dollars in it. Owner can have same different organizations, took part in during the absence of Mr. Goodwin,
by proving property and.paying all thc I)ara(kv Thc Wwton Mf an(, Mrg Atlking
charges. R. Lieuallen. Ban(, wcnt to Pendleton to join in to l r,r,o to assist J. L. HchIvT-
Rollie Compton, a former Weston the alTair, traveling in a string of jn hj farm wor Mr. Hodgson X
hoy, was recently united in mar- si-ven auiomooues gaiiy uccoraicu having found it necessary to re 1
riage at American tails, Idalio, to m me iiaiionai coiors. jih- uuiiu jed
M'. M 1.1. . I : L . . I H ur'ji! t u't trzisl uitVi ovufv nVtlnnW lf
3 a ..4 Krib Tlic Weston Warvhouw tum iany I
Mrs. C. I . W right and Mrs A. T. ten,Jered it at one of thc two tearing down part of its flat
I t.
; nunc awct. nuni :
miMiiii la i f, v bJ. . mem v
TO
Barnett went to Walla Wa la during fa. tj and it was banqueted houses to make rwm for the con-
' teach a six months' term of school, t The home merchant are part
" oi :n l... T . T
the week to visit their sister Miss th , pcndlcton struction of iU new elevators at
Hortense Baker, at the hospital. Weston and Downing.
Replace that old carpet with one . how much acreage will have M
of DeMoss's new rugs. Less work .l0 T . 1." i T "3" for Jackson county. Montana, to
and time in keeping the home clean, """ '','." teach a six months' t-
and better than Dutch Cleanser to T m r T 7 She will make her home with her
cheer up the home. ic llrl U. A" Uptam.
George Schnitzer unwittingly tnat he will be compelled to re-sow The second lesson in the study
tried to run his runabout through practically his entire crop. It is re- of the Life of Christ will be given
the office front of the local garage ported that Earl Dudley has 200 next Sunday evening at the Church
the other day, but found out about acres to re0w, and that the Mc- of the Brethren instead of the usual
one place where a runabout will Bride wji have to put their sermon. All are invited to come,
not run. barley in again. According to re- John BonewiU, elder.
Geo. L. Horsman has disposed of ports from the Pendleton papers, Next Momayi ApriI 2 Mr8
his residence property on south thousands of acres will be re-sown wj at our gU)re wjth a
Water street and has moved with in the county at large. 6h0wing of millinery. The
Mrs. fiorsman to rortianu to re
side. It is "Hthat he traded ,a(ieg of the Saturday Afternoon of Miss Moore will be on display
piaces wuu.tuuuu.u....... Club motored to Walla Walla, where during all ot next weeK. Make
Rev. J. W. Goode is Icavincr next th.-v were entertained at the home your selection early. Weston Mer-
Join the
"Home Sweet Home" I
Chorus
ia the word
! There's magio
t HOME.
There should be migio in the t
wordi HOME TBADE
of thii town.
THEIE prosperity meens Y0UE 2
prosperity. .
Trade with the home mer
chant.
IT PAYS
WORK IN BELGIUM
W.nMriKto!), rirraiiiH of '"Iho 0r
omti itoviTiiiii.-nin durKiiril of In
wrliti-n uiiili-rtakliutii." for ilio prau
tlnn of AniiTirniiN uml Ani.-rli nil relief
work In llHRluni. thu tilnl tl-part-Hunt
annoiiiiricl ttul Aiiurliaii Mill
l.lir Uraml Whlilork Imtl brrn llb
drawn from Ilnom. !. aiul l In. muff l
Ihi' Auirl-nii CoiiinilMitlnii for H.-lli't
III IIi'IkIuui H.IvtH. i that tin y hIiuiiIiI
not f iiiftlu liiiK-r In Ormiui oci uplnl
territory.
MlnUtcr Willi lin k, Unit m n
k(l on IIi'IkIhii territory tlii.rly lo
alii ilii' r- lli f work, will ko to Hhvti',
llii' IriniiMr.iry rupl'iil or tin- ISiIkIuii
giivrnmii'iil. Tin. u llhilniuii Aiiii'l l
cioi ri'lli f Horkvrit ulll lw nlli'vr.l liy
fiutili (-lilziim anil Ihu rniunilttvc
throiiKli Hint iiii'ium will lonilrni.' from
ouiHliln biiH.'ii as Ih hi It inn i li nork
of inrliig for 10,000.000 ii Miitlriit Hut
glaiis.
Th;' drpurtnii-ni's Rntioiini't'iiii'ui,
one of (ho imiHt m vi n; hull, t ni.-ntit ol
Oirnmny iliuwn l.y tlm !nltiii Htai-M,
rcrltin thai ri'Nirlcilonii liuvc Inni lm
po on tho AinrrlmiiH "which, uiiilfi
ordinary ronilliloiis, would novi-r liuv
bwn tolornutd," mid Unit Mlnlni,.r
Whlilork linn been di'iilml lliloniitt iv
pi IvIliK'ti mid courtiHy. it ttnyn lliai
tho moHt irrlous di'vi'loimiciit, Itow.
ever, hut romo wit kin tho punt 10
day, whrn hpvithI of (ho rommltinlon'o
rolluf till I ps huvo "boon utluihrd with
out wurnliiK by Uorniun MuliniHt lni s In
flagrant violation of the solemn n
gttgi.nitnti ot the Utrniuu govcra-mcnt."
Weston Meat
Market
Prime Beef
Pork. Aullon. Veal
1 1
I Drfjjfd Potilfry I
1 I ISII Mond.iy nnd Thursday I
i Get Our Prices 1
B I'Iioiio Nil, '.."I, tli'ilrri lul.fii l.y I
a IiIihiiu fur nihil lulitril. H
B 'I t'll Vl i l.l. Illlrll ! , nil III-- I
B cuunU aflu lm (lnyn. 9
A.P.Perry
:: Dr. (1. S. NUWSOAl
', I'liyKk'ian urn,' Huigtuii
J I Voul lluilli"K (lr. JStmiu's for-
, , mur ollliv) Atliumt, Uivif.
1
4
$500,000!
to han on good
wheat land at
New machinery is being installed
Saturday morninir March 24. the choicest hats from the large stock this week at the Robbins mill.
NOTICE OF FlUAl, SETTLEMEKT
N.
wii'k for SiHikane to attend thc an- of Mrs. Win. Mackenzie. At noon cantile Co.
nual conference of the Free sMcth- the ladies chartered the tea room of
odist Church. After serving three the Grand Hotel and all sat down THE SIGHT TIME
years as pastor at Athena and Wes- to one table, where they were re- jre you satisfied with the
ton. he will be transferred to an- paled with a four course dinner. knin(rmialiti nf vonr watrht If dcrsiencd has (lied
other charge this being the custom The afternoon was spent in sho- not pt th hahit of mmlmr ta n. "na ""eiwrt as executrix of the aliove
... j i lL ...u:..l. " MS "" IOIIIII1K lO US. .,.,.1 H,...,llll,HllllU..i,ll.
OI tne free oiemooisis. ping ana ni ine movieo, iht which No matf,.P w lflt mm inn it in n V,"X"ZZu"'arj u.""1LZ 1
m m i ' .v - - - L itti riiurL 111 llAKIl ilHLUniHV. Liln Aim.
ho
Too Much of Gooa Thlnfl.
"t loll jou.' ciilil i)ii r..ii cmIiiIo
iio iit, "ilii'i-o Imi't ii flni't rexldi'iii'o di
volopnicut on eitrlh Ihnii thlx. .Iiuit
look nt the wonderful Nc-om-ry." "Tho
In the County Court of thc State of ,,,iy I rlnlil." replleil the innii
61
Oregon for Uinatilla County.
In the Matter of the ExUte of I),
Van bkiver, Deceased,
time- Notice is hereby Kiven that thu un-
her final account
who whs lookitn; for n home, "The
only troiiblu Is thoro's loo much of It
bi-twwn hero mid the clly,"
F". G. Lucas i
Held KKtalo uml Limns
We.iiiiti, (lii-iron
NO WS THE TfME
to pay your YVYhIuii Leailvr "sub"
W. M. PiKnun G. H. BUhop
Peterson & Bishop
LAWVFRS
Kreewater, Or.
,l. ... . j i : iieu cuun n
t4. : iJ il,.t inn U,.A nf me pany reiunira nunur, immn mmnioni r it in vnur ut fiii. ..I M.,rh KH7 .1 ih. U.
deer are pasturing on the low hills that the day had been well employed. tiont We mjlke a gjaJty of re- o'clock in the forenoon of said day. as Pendleton, Or.
within ten miles of Union. Oregon. Mrs. Iva Neelands, daughter of pairing old and discarded watches;' rEZ'tf TeZuZ
One herd of them is unusually Mr. L. Nolle of this city, was un- and you will be pleased with the Oregon, as thc place, for hearing nk'l Chaa, H. Ciirttr , ban P. Smyths
large. The ranchers are protecting it.-d in marriage March 23 at Walla ri-sulU. Good work, correct lime, finaF account ami report. Objections r t re i
them and they have become quite Walla to Mr. Louis Martin. Mr. moderate prices and entire satisfac, U said final account and report ahoiild LarUr & SmVlllC
tame. Hunters are mystified, as and Mrs. Martin will make their ti.n are promised you. Will you ' u J I AWVFOC
deer were hard to find in the moun- home, in Seattle, where the bride- try us? H. H. Hill, Jeweler, Wes- Executrix of the EstatVof LAWTCK5
tains duricg the open 6eason. t jroom cvnducU a barber ehop. t?n, Oregon, U. N. Van bkivsr, Uectit;d. PENDLETON OREGON
Phone 229
Painless Dentistry
"dr. r. b. robbins.
J odd Kiiilillng
Court ami Muiu Sln-i-ln
PKNDLETON, OKEtiON