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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1917)
YOU ARE IASZRG MONEY
Rvcry time you fail to take I v-titK of a low mark' I.
You will liuve no rcnami to eiunpjuin of I In high vml of !i v -
lnr Jf you ulwy pay the top price fur your noon1. Ituying;
' for thu lioni'f In juHl uh important iw Imyiior for a liiitiiiuvs;;
you uru paying out Rood money either way,
THIh in not an KHHay on Thnft but just a reminder thai
tho Davm-KiiHer Rrcnt Auquat Clearance Salt rumen to an
inl Augual Mat. . Jiwl iiUmiI ONK W1;i:K MORI: for you
.to wive Ay: money. Thia is the LAST CALL for you to par
ticipnU NOW or NKVLK. Send in your mail order;;. We
' will accept tlicni at Sale pricca up to cloning time Auk. 31at.
If you ditl not receive our Ititrcuin Lint of Red Taj? Spec
lain, write tm ut once and we will yludly insiil you n ropy. ,
Our Muil Order Department uuKorKiuiixi l for your Ihii-
rut it m your department, we want lo make it just im
Kood ha you want it to bo. If you have any augg Ktioim for
improving it, wo would very much appreciate your sending
Vho Davis-Kaser Co.
HomcIurnhhiDj Department Store
10-20 Alder SUeet ' Walla Walla, WJi.
I Fresh" OREAD (Daily!
and Baker's Goods
from Model Bakery
ICE CREAM and ICED DRINKS
K. CANDY SHOP
Sv Hie for farm l I.
Mim Mora MeConaughy of Walla
Walla wan guel Sunday of Ui
I)r. V. I). Watt and family have
joined the happy "runticatora" at
Mr. ('. II. .Smith and children
are veiling her former home at
Hurley at the farm of Mr. Z. ('.
Trice near town ha been making a
yield of !I0 nark to the acre or
Mr. Edna Wiln and little hoii
of Gem, Idaho, i visiting her
grandmother, Mrs. M. W. Van
" Mr. J. A. Logan and children of
Arlington are veiling her sinter,
Mrs. K. K. English, in tlie Weston
J I ugh Taylor, former Weston
hoy, lia enlibted ill the field artil
lery jf the Washington National
Cuard at Walla Walla.
The household goods of J. A. Mc
Hue were moved to his new home
at Walla Walla this week ly the
liaviuft Ellis Tranafer Co.
Artie M. loathe has been grant
ed a divorce from -her husband,
Clarence C. Ik-alhe. and the custody
of their minor child, a daughter.
Joe Hodgson came down Monday
fiiiin Camp MeDougid and went
to Iji Croxse. His family will re
main in the mountains until school
t tarts in September.
For prompt service when in trou
hie call at
phone No H'Z
car. New equipment. Autos wash
ed and polished. L. Pennington.
S. R. Van Hoy haa been danger-
The Senior Member will go Pendleton and Walla
one better this week. 1
Car Fare Paid
On Ail Purchases
made in person at Aunt Sarah McDougaPs Camp, if
amount exceeds $50.00.
Watts Is Rogers
Farm : Outfitters
A big road meeting was held at
Elgin Saturday, followed by a ban-
Mendwell Oarage or iuwn me evening, ji was orougra
Pent ear iwl service ",Jt that Union county 15 ready to
uunti me liiue Mountain mgnway
on the proK)jied Toll Gate route to
the line of the VV'enaha reserve, bo
'soon as the government js ready to
. SUMMONS ,.
. , . ,
In the Circuit Court of tbc State of
Oregon for Umatilla County.-
William P. Hirst. Plaintiff, vs. Eliza
beth Hirst, Defendant.
To Elizabeth Hirst, Defendant above
In the Name of the State of Oregon,
You are hereby required to appear and
answer thu complaint of the plaintiff
filed agninst you in the above entitled
suit, within six weeks of the date of
ACADEMIC. COMMERCIAL, HOME ECONOMICS.
. PIANO. VOICE; VIOLIN and ORCHESTRA.
SHORT TEACHER TRAINING COURSE.
EXPERT TEACHERS in all departments.
MUSICAL CONSERVATORY A SPECIALTY
OPENS SEPTEMBER 10
BETTER INVESTIGATE THE ADVANTAGES THIS
. , , , SCHOOL OFFERS.
WRITE FOR CATALOG TO THE PRESIDENT
H. S. SHANGLE, Milton, Oregon-
ou.ily sick with pneumonia nut is )Uild the nromwed post road through
now considerably improved. His ,hl. rm.m,. Union county's part
sun Charl.w was summoned from (l lhe wil! K. cnstructl on a
Colfax. Wash., -where he has In-en five-percent grade. Thus the road
doing carrKnier worn. project of which O. E. Ryder, lead
Hurve&t hands are now so scarce ing Elginite, C. A
in this neighborhood that it is re- ty commissioner of Union county, day of August, 1917; and you will take
portiil a liK'al farmer could not !o- and A. F. Alexander of Up-to-The- notice that if you fail to appear and
cate a wheal hauler at either Wes- Time Magazine have been such !ilst,f!w'r
.i .. .1.1 U ... -IT J .,rn.t anA ..ir..;..,. ,l.l..u io w .. oiu i.uiv, u
iuii in vunMiii, uiuiuum in.- vjivivu - ... " . ' DlaintiK for want thereof will
.1 r. . !.!: . : l- '
uaiiowaj, eoun- , it KriHav th-anh
S3.50 pir day and board. . i a fair way toward realization.
Alliert I)o1m-.v and family of I!ur-fc ttalph F. Read of Portland, who
ley, Idaho, were in Weston'Monday is" here for a visit at the old home,
for a dnv while having eome repairs lately finished the training school
made on their Oldsmobile. This course for oth'eers at the Presidio.
the Court for the relief craved for and
demanded in plaintiff s complaint,
namely: for a decree of the Court for
ever dissolving the bonds of matrimony
now and heretofore existintr between
plaintiff and defendant, and for other
IJIWII WiUOIIlVMIIV. All... - ' " .......(al,!- -uif
was tlieir only stop for the purpose Although he was not among those 'Xhis lummons is published pursuant
after touring 3800 miles in Cli- granted commissions, Ralph feels to an order made in this Cause by Hon.
fornia Nevada and Oregon. that the knowledge and experience Charles H. Marsh, County Judge of
... , n .,, he gained at the camp will be of Umatilla County, Oregon, in the ab-
IheapJ.I.eat.on of Dr Alfrt-d t va an(, )as no hing t0 r J.Lt'JT
Sempert for wrvice m the Dental v'ti,..,uv VMtr uW ff". . e..fa8t ?ab,e?
.1 5iit Iniiu'''"" - nun in viiis suuimuna win oe maue in
Point was compressed at the Pre- the Weston Leader on Friday, the 13th
Corps of the United Mates, Army
has Ikmii accepted. He is now
ination which applicants must pass
I - laeasme" "
f We do not mean this in a t
belligerent sense, but that t
we can take your measure
properly for your
We represent the iWell- 2
Herald lines. ;
Orders taken for
WESTON BATHS, BARBER
v and TAILOR SHOP
R. L. Reyhaud
aceepteu. is now thf nvmlia of conslant day of July. 1917. and the last publica-
ice oi tm? onicini exairr- . , ..,, ,,;it lwn wl" De made
,. drill and study. Alter his vis-it . , ... mi
I . r.,l..l. ..Ill ..".! Kt"
U f..r,. nw..ivinir their rnmmiKsinn " ""'"" K"Jf "lu'lll,; uateil at rendleton.
lHf...ie reteiMng their commissions.. . . . . Iierkelev. 11th dav of Julv. 1917.
on Friday, the 24th
Beautiful in Design," Low m 'Price
: (The famous WELLER Pottery)
Wall Paper Remnants at
5 CENTS the roll
and KODAK SUPPLIES
Goodwin's Drug Store,
Mr. and Mrs. Iwrence Karrick,
Mrs. Wiliam Karrick and Mrs.
Martha Harrison of Walla Walla
were guests last week of the It. W.
r.rowns. Friday they accompanied
their hoSta on a jolly huckleberry. -
mg trip ui me iiuv iiiuuiuauis,
ami the party gathered twelve gal
United Urethren ChurchPreach
ing at 1 1 a. m., subject, "Satanol-
o .i... 1.....1 ... i,r.. - v
P. C. K. at 7:15 p. m. Prayer meet- JVelson larm
ing Wednesday at p. m. union
services at the park Sunday at 8
p.m. Everybody is invited to at
tend these services. E. F. Wriggle,
Rev. N. 1). Wood was here Tues
ady from his ulfalfa ranch near
Kedniond. Oregon, while on his
way to attend the South Methodist
conference at Spokane. Mr. Wood
confirms the reports of a gloomy
crop situation in Central Oregon.
This applies only to the dry lands,
however. Irrigated ground has
been producing much larger crops
of hay than usual.
The W. C. T. V. will meet Satur
day afternoon, August 25, at three
o'clock at the home of Mrs. N.
Ijoveridge. Members are asked to
take notice that these meetings
have been changed from Tuesday
to Saturday in order not to conflict
with thejted Cross meetings. Ev
ery member is urged to be present
at this meeting. There will be
goods ready for , sewing, and the
work is very urgent just at this
time. , ,
Fred Kyle came over from Milton
this week to look after his bean
crop on 80 acres of the F. C. Greer
place, and will remain until it is
The pods have been
forming well of liyx and a good Z
yield is in prospect. 5
Just to keep in practice Jim Nel-
son,-veteran agriculturist, is "mak
ing a hand" for his son Bud at the
Petersoi & Bishop.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Post Office address: Free water, Or.
I Dr. S. L KEIEJARD
tnu! marks mI rwpyiht oUjumvU r m
f.t: Send nturfH. akctrlwa or photo and d
mrHptUm M- PRCS SEARCH mmi rport
oji fMtrutmiMMty. BuknfvffMW
PATENTS BUILD rORTUNCS r
jtM. Our fm bookWU toll how, what to Inrnrt
mod an yam twmey. Wrtt today.
D. SWIFT & CO.
,303 Seventh St, Wuhlnatoo. D. C
Weston Menl Market
i Hospital at corner of Main
I and Broad streets.
Meats and Fish
A. P. Perry
Hump Cooher's field of whejit Clms. H. J'artur
south ot town was threshed this
week 'by the Culley combine, but
the exact yield has not yet been
ascertained. It is estimated at be
tween as and 40 bushels ner acre. PENDLETON
This field showed one of the best ,..
'stands" in the heighlwhrnid. and; n DK. L. fl. 5IV1H 11
would hnv'tf bin-n eood for .r0 bush-
els under normal' conditions. The. Phvsifi.Tn at lirffPOIV
ling is' J o . . f
Carter '& Smythe
field" of Tl F. Bulmieh adiotaimr
now beii'tg threshed, and is Uioughtv Office in
tu bn biaklui,' a bitailar yield. 5 wbston
Dan P. Smythe g
HOMER I. VATTS : '
Practices in all State and Federal
' ATHENA. OKEQON
Tbe Fanners Bank of Veston
It's better to bank your extra dollars and
save them, than to wish later in life that you
had done so.