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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1917)
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We arc in receipt of our spring line of Clotticraft
Suits for men and young men. Clothcraft has 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
sides many pretty novelties. See the Famous blue
serge, none better and priced the country over at
$16.50. Other prices $12.50 $13.50-$15.00-$18.50
We have kept the boys in mind this season in
making spring purchases and have succeeded in pro
curing lines that will not only please the boys but
the mothers as well.
The "BEST EVER lino of boys' suit mv by all users coiiMileivd tin most satisfac
tory; for fit, stylo and durability they mo unoveeliod. iHm't yon want your Uy t haw a
new Master suit? Why go away when wo can please you and stive you iiioiuy ',' Only ivi
us the chance to show ymi that wo aro rinht that wo haw u pride in pleasing you.
If you want u low priced suit wo have thorn s cheap in $1.98. If you want a I I r
hiiit. we have thorn as good as $10.00. (Ivor KM suits in hizos from II to 15.
REG. Ui PAT Off. j
THE FIRST LONG PANTS
The BELMONT line is the lino for Uys who
desire long jmnts. A at Hetty young men's suit
from 32 to 3G bust measure. Just the thing
your boy wants for his first long pants.
Triced from fa 50 to $15.00.
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 bo dressed more beautifully and fashionably
than ever before In footwear. The Queen Quality shoes solve
Prices from $1.00 to 7.50 easily one dollar per pair loss than
you will pay the city stores for the same shoes.
Always a Line of r.ULLCtERY
Mrs, Kabb will be here all this w eek show
ing new sprintr millinery. Now tiling oominu
in daily. Buy your Easter hat at home this
New Collars, Brassiers
and Corset Covers. Just in this week a very
pretty line of very pretty collars, corset covers,
etc. the new things you will wish to see.
Dainty touches for your Easter costume.
JUST TO Rli YOU
that garden time is here and that we
are headquarters for all kinds of pack
age seeds, onion sets and early and
late seed potatoes. Just take a good
look at those seed potatoes before buy
ing elsewhere. The price is right.
HEN'S WORK CLOTHIG
Our line of is complete, tltoves. Shirts, Apron. Overalls, Suits,
Standard goods, but priced it little lower.
Boss of The Koad union suit only $1.98
tllovos from fHic to c l.Ki. S. 5c t' .
Shirts Bow of The Koad 65c
At the council meeting Wednes- UTCTflM Tfl DCflClT PV .School, Miller. Indiana, and for CtlDrtpc au M4D ODTUITICC
day evening April 18, 19, 20 and
21 were officially designated as com
munity "clean up days." It was
decided to put the city fountain on
Main street in commission for the
BUILDING AND INDUSTRY
four years of the Koacburg, t'r-
gon, high school, (oncidcruhlc
interest has U-en 'creatird among
the members of the Weston Concert
Hrlili.li forv r irrsrfiiif ilouil
lly north of ltU'l
Two Ormsit linnhlp. wio n
uilllary rruUrr, have run tint llrlliuli
btm-hmto if (ii-riimii Vani Africa Willi
rario4 of ar kuiIU , II wa tti-i
Itond by the fact that he is cornet
refmhment of thirsty tourisU this this week on the Witon Wurchooie l'1".
Girl wanted st the e.ton hv summer--the fountain having Coninanv'i nrw vlpvitnn it Wmiim The selection of the remainder
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,,, u"1 ".,ul" ,a4"v w and lKwnmg. Foreman W. A. " uw n .nm t th official Overn. .. N Aenry.
Dr. James Cannane, a prominent nd nw pipe im-h Mid quarter Thies has charge at Downing and until th arrival of Mr Kitutrick. Two mti$n Mrn UQ iM Qvt
Milton dentist. dil Sunday morn- - r Foreman Howard Wilson at Wes- JuuKmom in wis manor
ing. purp. Mrs. F. D. Watts having ton. Bum. Construction Co. wanted by the board.
, resigned as a member of the local of Portland has the contract Superintendent Robinson was not
Mrs, U-orgt- Lmt-rsoii ts improv- i,lrary b,wrili Mrs. Etht. Snider Excavatinjr for the concrete foun- " PPbcant for re-election.
.ng. after a senous illness at the WM PtK.inted to fill the vacan0-. datns "2 in mkr thb week
home of her mother, Mrs. Elackman. The interest rate on city warrants ?! Z
was mluced to sis percent. the number Ls exncted to reach tHURCH OF THE oRtTHREN
Frila- ami Satunlay, June 8 and total of forty-or twenty at each
!. were fixed Monday as the dates station when the work is in full
of the 191? reunion of Umatilla blast. These men will be on the lay. April H. i p. in.
county pioneers, doorpe Pei-bler, P' roll until the twin elevators lA-swon No. :j Life of (In i.t
pnvident of the acotciation, was are completed next July and a large Harmony with (he (hn-I.
herefrom Pendleton and presided share of the construction cost will tkvtion 5 Tlie annutK-iution
at me meeting, ne aeiigatea uie ii oui in gw. iakhi mm, Mary Luke I, i'b-aH. when, witoic R, lt ln.tg arronliug lu a Itputtr lia
aooointment of the reunion com- it Is said, are Riven the preference ul hv nhnm wu tlw unuiinivmi'nt u ..
r l . mitui to the Ciimmemal club, and so far as poessible. male? To whom was Mary be- ,t Arftiet foreh4.mv.j th r.tni,
the commute chairmen will lie an- cieaior construction ts not the trothed 7 To which tnl- Ik they n.hm. nt .,f ri,n, ...i j.,...i..
A son was lorn Saturday after
noon to Mr. and Mr. IMt Thomp
son at the S. F. Hyatt residence in
The Ladies (JuiM will meet tlie
afternoon of Easter Momlay, April
9, at the new home of Mrs. R.
Proudfit on Normal Heights.
H. J. Wilson, one of the
forem n, . has brought his family
from Portland, and (hey have taken
tin residence of Mrs. Josephine
Kephart on Washington street.
E. K. Zehm has put the lva!
bake ox-en in commission, in readi
ness to begin baking today. He
has arranged with several of the
town's stores to handle the bread.
A twenty horse power Interna
tional engine, burning coal oil or
distillate, has been unloaded at
Downing for the new elevator there.
TJe Weston elevator will ln run by
man llnea rloe to tlio ' IIHicliMiburg
lliin" by llrlilth anil Kroiirh trooa
ai'i-arii likely to forri" (U-rman mlth
drawal from the Important be city
of Ht. Qurntln.
ticrraatiy, accorUIng to Information
reaching C'ociiliagi-ii from It.-rlui. la
now gathering toR'liir cvrry nxiul
ahln man for a mii'n inc imh'nry ef
fort to bring tho ar to a victorioua
111 oonclunlon during till )i-ir cam
to Thert) in tlnrmv irn a in ).
nouncevl next Tuesday evening by only industrial activity that will belong? Why was Mary so highly that the Rcirhtas hac lurit.T nowera
put simoleona in local circulation favored? What name did Cabrivl in the fonNan win. v
Pork, Mutton, Veal
HSU Monday and Thursday
Get Our Prices
I'hoiiB No, .vi, iinUri tuken ly
phone f-i mntl routi-v,
Ten pvrci'iit iiitun-st on all c
count aftur 30 tiny.
A. P. Perry
Verni Marr and Tom
are loading today for
to their new ranches near
during the spring and summer, say Uh chlid should have? Mean-
journey " "r,"' wiure i onK mgm iso worn oi uoti snail ue Oragon Battalion Ltavta vneouvtr.
.trlope. f.. J V0id f ,,oWCr", 'l '",h. ,.n,,.
Oregon. Their respective families . TrC " 1 . T .i i i .V -Si-ction 6- Tle visit of Mary to arti0ns. tbe flrM bmiM.lon. 3.1 (ire -will
follow about a week later. Sw d n r u 7 . . BiMeUi - Luk I. How gn rrgimrt. Major I,. K. Uowm.i,
M WlcSLi 5. lhtT'Si tLt. far did Mary travel? Who was fill- eommaadiag. ...ove,. fr Vancouver
ing, after a serious illness.
i.i, urw w loruami nave iw with H. H,y
DEATH OF GRANDMA SPEAKS SCHOOL HEAD IS CHOSEN
FROM FIFTY CANDIDATES
electric power, with two motors.
Tlie next meeting .f the W. ('. T. Mrs. .Mary H Speaks, known
V. will lie held at the hmr of throughout tin- countri'Je as
Mrs. Henrietta K. tinard m W,-sh- Grandma Siaks. diel at Iwr homo
ington street Tueey aft' hmmi at in this city March 31. Her maiden Uvn eU-eted superintendent nf tlie
Spirt? Purpose Bnrraika at 6 uVloek TiiiHlay morn-
of the visit. Memorize the prayer Ing. t'mlcr I ho military irnaoralilp
of Mary 46-55. In three parts - agrefil himih. the uVuiinailon of tho
(a) God's mercy to Mary, (b) Crtxl'n battalion or the amttKummt ot com-
im-rcy to the huH-ly, (c) God's panic aa not mad putiiic.
rwrcy to Israel.
Section 7 Tlie annunciation to "ooaeveit Approvca Wiitona Mfnaga
Joseph- Matt. I. 8-2"i, Isa. 7-4. Washington. Culnnel rtooatvell
F. C. Fitziastrick of Fto-lMinr has was this annoumvment made? nopiwri off hers on hla ay boma
(in n n rioriun u ran on i rritdeiu WU-
What was the Jewisli law
2:30 p. m. Subject, , ViiiiiinjT the " as Mary r Wragar and slw Wt.m scIhxiIs ami has telcgraplicd ?!,nl lo "ivorceT) What did he say aon at the vmte Hou and congralu
Young for Serviee." L-ader. Mrs. was Urn 1812 in Fayvtt county, his acceptance. about tlie child to lie horn to Mary? hu him on hla adilrpua to congri,
K. L. Iu vtwiid, IVntMlvania. She HH.ve.1 to Iowa Tliat tlie poeiti.m her is coiisid- vhml was Uh ttinMmy of the an- "! Rc!.prlt lnl imullng la
in and wa marrit.l six years ertnl desirable is indicated by the " " vnrw a divinity; me mmm oi a sn ai crowd in tho rail,
later to John M. Price. They fact that there were more UiaA fiftv - All are invited to come and heiir f"1 '"fn here duiaM llm follow.
m..vl to Kaas in 178 atnl to ap!icanU. The Uwrtl gave much ihis Iojwhi. JOHN PONL'WITZ.
Orvjron in IS2. Ib-r IhiJuuhI di.il study to tlie aars ami recnm-
at tlKir home on Wet-ton mountain mendatioits and winnowe.1 (Ik-
Lou l"avi hift his U-st dray team
a splendid san f blaeks fliis
week from spaMnodic nic. i hw
of Uh htrses succuniUtl Tuos-dv,
and tlie other tln-n took sick and
Lola Daaaa a Bride
a I V V 11 anI r U.. I f. 4,1.1. I . J .
li.l in, law Tlw, t " auiuioie appuranu oown to I our
could m.t be placed for less tlum ll,. i Ji" 'r,, r consid- Vancouver. Wash.. March 21. -
- Jim n.l ti. i.s ; , Mri.M. tkth 'urri'd in 1909. Mrs. ercd almost equal. Mr. Fitzpatnck Tlie marriage of Misa Lulu Puncan
to the firro of dwwn wk b mryivei1 h' two brothers, finally became the board, choice of of Portland to Dr. Arthur C. Hrown
' three sons, one daughter, nine the four, having the added ad van- f this city was solemnized at the
A quarter of a milli dollars' grand children ami twelve great tag of a number of strong personal First Methodist parsonage yester
worth of wheat raised by one man frand children. The four children and written testimonials frtmi men dav bv Rew. E L. Remsliet. Th.-
was la at waua wa.ia Mmfciy are tnrg tTtc oi Kuck Kiver. known to the directors.
by Iveorg Lrumhe!hr. hoe ISIS Wyoming: &hd anJ John lYice or The new superintendent is 32 witnessed by a few frien.ls. Tlie
crop of wheat totaling 1.V),WI0 bush- Weston MiHintain; Mrs. Horence years old and married, but has no cmiple were attended bv Willi P.
da was bought by the Jones Sou Price Crawford of Walla Walla, children. He is a graduate of Chi- Dutcher and Kate F. Walker, and
eotnuany. The check i tin- laryvvt Mrs. Speaks was a meniN-r f the capi University. aol has taken p. little Mi. Walker was ring ln-arer.
vt given in the Northwest for a Church of tlie ItnHhrvn. where fun- grwluate wxirk. He holds a life They will n-side in this city, the
single crop of wheat. The price was era! services wr conducted April eertitkate in Oregon. He was prin- xrooro hoiding- m position as assUt-
Kvusi 11.63 Ff buitd. S tjr E Jtr Jcta Ccacsitu cjjal fcr tfcnx jtan cf xht JliUvr ai uu meriaariaa.
Ina atatement: "The president's nia.
agr in a great atato .iT. ahtch will
rank In bitory amon ihs arsat atttf
papera of mhlch Aniirliana lu utur
yeara nlll be proud.'
:: Dr. U. 5. NUWSOM
, , I'liyiiivlnii mio" Surifvun
j; TohI lliiiMi)t (Ir, Stone's for-
,, inor olliivl Athena, tlreir.
to loan on pood
wheat land at
. Q. Lucas
li Ml iMHie iiu.l la-una
NO WS THE TIME
to pny yr Veloii U-ailor 'iwb'
Wheal Coa is 12 In Chicago,
Chicago Wheal t m t j a bmj.
l here tha hinlu-et rl ever pali
en a normal market. The quotation!
ring ceremony was used, and was on MJ "heat
Peterson & Bishop
Pwiolvton, Or. rmatw yr.
DR. R. B. ROBBINS
t'uurt mid Main Slrveta