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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (June 22, 1917)
A SPECIAL OFFER TO OUR
In order to mitko you Rcmmintoil with the efficiency of
our MAIL OHDfclt DKIIAIUMKNT, we nre iminir to kivo
you erion of ipecliilly priwl m tlclen, which you can or
der by mail, the llrnt of which in ono of our
FLUFFY AXMINSTKIt MOTTLKI) or MlXi;i KLT.S
for $100 -delivered FUKK to any ixwtollice within the llrat
or second tone.
HecnuHuof their uptendid Hcrvlee qiiulilieB. eolorinjr and
duinty diHtinrtiveneuM, thene mien ure uiiiloiiliteilly the mot
appntpriutu for the hurts h paces U-tween rooinn. the bed
room, or irucKt chamber, or w herever a wmull run may I!
used. They huvc n heavy wool pile, woven In a delicate
green and mottled ctfect, with attractive red-bordered ends.
These runs are J7 inches wide by 61 Inches lonir, and have u
firm, durable back, jrivinjr excellent wearing qualities.
IMeaso order this run by Cataloic No. A474.
If you ha vo not been receiving our circulars, Fuxhion
I'lute, price sheets, etc., please send us your name and ad
dress, as we very much want your name on our maihnjr list.
Something of very Hwcial interest will soon lw mailed to ull
the names on our mai!inn list, and wo want you to receive a
THE DAVIS KASER COMPAIIY
lliimefurnii liinif )r.mlnipnl Slur
I0-2U Alder SI. ((Md Mluws Temple) WAI.I.A WAI.I.A. WASH.
and Baker's Goods
from Model Bakery
ICE CREAM and ICED DRINKS
O. K. CANDY SHOP
Paper That Room
With Bargain Wall Paper, in Bun
dles of three to six rolls at
per bundle. This is jjood wall paper, but we are petting
rid of it in order to make room for our
NICK NEW LINE.
RugRack "Full Up"
pf beautiful patterns. Make your selection now while
the selecting is rood.
SLEEP SOUND! SLEEP SOUND! on one of our soft
NEW MAI TRESSES.
E. O. DeMoss
II. I,. Hi .lrii k, the I.m uI e.-nt,
hiu sol'! s !!" car to J. A. King.
Lou Harder, prominent Dry
rreek fanniT, was in town Tu--day.
Jaiiicii Kirk.atrick luw Kn' to
Hawti-lle, Calif., for an cxUnl-d
A im wan Imrn Saturday to Mr.
and Mr. Jay Smith at the D.
V. L. I'iiikcrton Iiiim a viU-d a
clerical Mitioii at The ruimr
Hunk of Witttixi.
I have fur Nile 1 1'l hheep - 70
hulf Lincolim and 70 Oxford Downs.
J. M. Swanifiirt.
Mr. and Mr. C. II. NVIw.n left
hy automobile Wodm-ivliiy for a two
week' visit in Alberta.
Mm. J. J. H'-cer wan the KUtd of
Mm. M. J. Mari.li at IVndleton on
Monday and Tui-iwluy of this week.
T. I.. Mcltride und family and K.
L. KeyiiHinl and family motored to
The It. (5. Saline motored to
rreMott. Wiihh., Monday for a
liidiiii trip with the J. O. Davis
Klwnin. the little Mn of AU-rt
U'llarra. wax opi-raled "lon Tues
day by Dr. Smith for the removal
of tomiili and adcnoiiltt.
Jo Wur.er ho sold his Odewa,
Wash., laud holdings, 40 amu, at
f.'ll per acre. He retains two
third of thin year's crop.
Mm. W. M. Carter and Lionel
and Faith Carter of Kvcrett, Wh.,
are vittilintr at the horde of her
parent, Mr. und Mm. Allen Kichul.
After un enjoyable visit with rel
atives and friends in Weston. L. W.
Farm and his son und daughter left
Wednilay on their return home
to Chelan, Wttih.
M. L. Hunting, former Weston
ile, has niovel from Kaniiuh, Idaho,
to I'hilipj-hurg, Montana, where he
ha bought a 2000 acre ranch and
can raise Hereford to bettre ad
vantage. Fred Hegg and family of Sedro
Woolh'y, Wooh., were guests for
several duys this week of his father-in-law,
O. T. Douglas, while on
a nwtoring trip through Oregon
Robert IVoudfit and Frank Gra
ham are leaving next week for
their annual vacation, which will be
jHiit at Finghnm Springs. Mrs.
Proudlit and Mrs. Graham are go
ing along sa camp tenders.
Mm. Margaret Rahb, who has
been representing Miss Moore at
the store of the Weston Mercantile
Co. for several months, left Wed
nesday for Walla Wulla. Part of
the niiillnery stock which she haa
been displaying remains at the
Herman Stnggs has returned
home for vacation from Philomath
college, where he has been taking
the preparatory course and also mil
itary training, having served as
lieutenant in the college company of
cadets. After two years more at
Philomath, he expects to take up
the study of pharmacy at Washing
ton State College, Pullman.
WITH CLOTHES MUSSED, GASOLINE BURNED
and FIRECRACKERS GONE
We now hug ourselves, thinking what a good time
we had at the Pioneer Picnic and Red Cross days.
When you get well rested we would like to talk
McCORMICK and DEERE binders
KENTUCKY and VAN BRUNT drills, RACINE threshers and MOGUL
tractors, WEBER wagons and a carload of Weber grain tanks.
SEWING MACHINES from $18.00 up to the wonderful two-spool machine.
Come and See
Furnished and Printed at the Leader office
Sixty (minimum) $0 90
One hundred ". 1 20
Two hundred.... 1 75
Each additional hundred 0 45
and KODAK SUPPLIES
Gootain's Drag Store
I Watts & Rogers
After a hearing yesterday in the
probate court at Pendleton, J. M.
Price was apixiinted guardian of
A. Phillips. Marvin Price, Frank
lexers and George Gt-rkintr were
apiwinted to apjiraise the Phillips
property, whieh is estimated to be
worth about fJ 2.000.
Claud Snider is rapidly recover
ing from the effects of his recent
enlightening experience with dyna
Piano tuned and repaired at rea
sonable rices. First-class work
guaranteed. A. V. Lundell. Mus.
Wo are prepared to handle grain
in the bulk, either for rolling or
storage. Weston Milling Co.
Executor's Sale of Real Property
ADMIXISTIUTOlrs SAI.K OK
Null, c la herrb)' gtvrn. that pur
suant to orJ'-r of the County Court
of the Kute of Oregon for I'matllin
Couni) heretofore made, I, as admin
istrator of the cvtate of Henry Gold
berg, deceased, will offer for sale at
; o clock o. in., on July th, 1917.
at pul'llc auction, to the higher! .
bidder for cash, at the front door of
the Court House of said County. Ill
the City of Pendleton therein, the
following real roer'y belonging to
saiil dece.i-d at his death, to-wlt
The snmheasl quarter of the nouth
t nuarter of aection 12 In town
ship 3 north of range eat of Wil
lamette meridian, situated in salt
Dated June 8th. 1)17.
Black Diamond, J. M. Swaggarfs
beautiful horse, lias added to his
laurels by the capture at the Waits
burg horse show, June 15, 1917, of
first prize in the three-gait saddle
class and second prize in the single
light harness class. Dlack Diamond
now has no less than 19 ribbons to
his credit. He was foaled 1902
and stands undefeated in the show
Fred Hoyd enmo over from Ath
ena Tuesday with some flaming red,
white and blue posters for Athena's
Fourth of July. The program of
the day will open at 10 o'clock a.
m. with a grand parade led by the
Weston Concert Band. There will
be orations by prominent speakers;
basket dinner in City park; sports
and races in the afternoon for valu
able prizes, and a baseball game.
A splendid evening program has
also been arranged.
Co-operation with the Department
of Agriculture in impressing upon
the people of the country the nec
essity for the "largest possible pro
duction of food and the snmlle?t
quantity of waste" is urged by Her
bert C. Hoover in a letter to 200,
000 clergymen of various denomina
tions. All pastors are requested
to preach upon food conservation
Sunday, July 1. Pastor Smith of
the Methodist church here will be
away on that date, but will preach
on the subject assigned by Mr.
Hoover next Sunday at 11 a. m.
He invites all to join in this patrotic
Notice ia hereby niven that I. as Ex
ecutor of the last will of Charles Cun
ningham, Deceased, ly virtue of au
thority vested in me lv the terms of
said will, will offer for sale at public
auction to the highest bidder for cash
nil of the following real property be
luiging to the Deceased at bis death,
und now belonging t- bis estate, in
the City of Pendleton, Umalilla Coun
ty, Oregon, to-w il: Lots numbered 6
mid 7 in lilock 18 of Arnold & Haley's
Addition to the Town of Pendleton,
with all tenements, hereditaments and
appurtenances thereto belonging or ap
iertaining, at 2 o'ekek in the after
noon on rhe 21st day of July. 1917, at
the frontdoor of the Court House of
Umatilla County, Oregon, in The City
of Pendleton in said County; said sale
will bo made subject to the following
liens on said property:
(1) A lien for street improvements
on Webb Street abutting on said prop
erty for $141.23, with interest thereon
at the rate of 6 percent per annum
from date of sale.
(2) The lien of a mortgage secur
ing a note for $5,000, with interest
thereon at the rate of 8 percent per
annum from July 14, 1917, payable an
nually, as shown by the Kecords of
Mortgages of said Umatilla County.
(.'!) The lion for proposed improve
ments on Willow Street adjacent to
said property, by authority of The
City of Pendleton, a municipal corpor
ation, the amount of which is not yet
determined -said lien being not yet re
corded. Said sale will be made subject to
confirmation by the County Court of
the State of Oregon for Umatilla
Dated June 20. 1917.
Executor of the last will of
Charles Cunningham, Deceased.
Dr. S. L KENI1ARD
J Hospital at corner of Main
j and Broad streets.
i Phone -- Main 253
1 Re vna ud
is an expert with the
tape. He will take your
and produce a made-to-order
suit that will give
you the utmost satisfac
tion. Try him.
WESTON BATHS, BARBER
and TAILOR SHOP
f R. L. Reynaud
1 I, I imiii -.-II - f
Dr. A. F. Sempert
Graduate and Registered
Office Hours 9 to 12 a.
m.; 1 to 5 p. m.
Watts Building - Upstairs
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D. SWIFT h GO.
HOMER I. WATTS
Practices in all State and Federal
The Farmers Bank ol Weston
In the County Court of the State of
Orejf0" fr Umatilla County.
In the Matter of the Estttto of William
Notice is hereby (riven that I have
been appointed administrator of the
above named estate with the will an
nexed, niul have duly qualified. All
persons having claims against said es
tate are hereby notified to present the
same, with proper vouchers, to me at
the ollice of Carter & Sinythe, attor
neys, in the American National Hank
building, in Pendleton, Umatilla Coun
ty, Oregon, within six months, from
Dated June 15. 1917.
DR. C. li. SMITH
Physician and Surgeon
Ollice in Watts building:
WESTON ... OREQON
"Let us have faith that right makes might, and
in that faith dare do our duty as we understand it."
Let us also have faith that it is our duty to accu
mulate sufficient to provide for sickness and age, and
in that faith persevere until we have the might.
Trifles make perfection, but to be perfect is no