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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1917)
We are prepared to figure with you on your liar- - favor to have you come in and talk the matter over
vest orders for Groceries. Our stock is complete in , with us. We want your harvest business, and are
anticipation of harvest trade. We shall count it a V ready for it in every particular.
Hie "KuIssMn" at $1.79
This is a grxnl service shoe, well known as the bent liarvcst
ahoe on the market; very durable.soft and easy. A fortunate
buy makes it possible to offer these at the old price 1.79.
The "Scout Master"
A Few Pairs at $2.39
This is a strong leather shoe made for outing wear but very
light and comfortable for harvest wear. We arc discontinuing
this number, and offer it at only $2.39.
- "imimi" ;sk
Many of our customers know this shoe. -The sole is made by -a
nfew process by which leather is chemically treated, making it
wear much longer than ordinary shoe leather. They are' lighter
than the ordinary work shoe, yet better wearers. You will find
this very satisfactory. " Only, per pair
We arc prepared to supply your
want In this tine from a well sc.
leetcd 5tock of heavy white wan?
that is both durable ami dainty.
Cups and aueer, prr set of
Plates, the ngular dinner mv,
7 inch, get of olx 7.V.
Deep vegetable dinhes from 20c
up to f0e.
Nappies, small, medium and
large, 15c up to 50c
Bowls of various sizes from 10c
to 26c. -'
Wc also carry a ilnc of the gold
band pattern which is wry pretty
yet not expensive.
Icr Cc:k Rexes '
Heavy canvases for cookhouse,
etc. We haw it from 29 inches to
72 inches, in weight suitable for
your needs and at the price bawd
on last season's purchases.
Ken's Woili Wig
lh trails at 79c, 11.. $ I ..', 9 1 .M).
Cotton glove at 10c, LIV, and XV
for the leather faced.
Sox at 8c, l"e, r.V, Kh tttv. U.V.
Underwear at 'J.V, 3'Je and 4lc
the garment for vwA, durable bab
Union guild at at JVC, $1.00 am)
11.85 this for stamlanl make.
Nmws fl.79, 12.00, WW, 13.60
and $t.GQ men' good yuailty
How? upporter, ld and "or.
Men's coveralls at from f 1.79 for
a good khaki, f I.9M for tlte stripe,
and the famous "All-in-One" for
Straw Hats at 25c
Straw hata all that i left of the
wwon't stock to go t our choice
fori'oe. Many of these are wnrth
much more, but the sites are brok.
en' ami to cko them 6ut wc have
malic this cleanup price.
Why sew theuo warm days? You can buy aprons ready made
for what it costs to make them. Our stock is complete in a well
selected assortment of spring aprons worth
91.25, $1.00, 76o and 69c
GERMANS FAIL TO
I have 400 tamarack poets for
'sale. Jake Narkaus. -
R. C. Saling sold two thousand
bushels of bis wheat crop last week
at S2.00 per bushel.
Miss Lucilc Pell of Pendleton ar
rived Saturday as the guest for
three weeks of Miss Hope Beeler.
The home of Mrs. Martha Read J. M. Banister's "cIf-procllid"
was the 6Ccne of a happy family is threshing wheat this week on his
reunion a few days ago. All of her holdings near town known as the
twelve children were here, with the Richmond place. While not yet
exception of Mrs. M. E. Shurte of determined the yield Li thought to
Arilngton. - The gathering of the be pushing 40 bushels pretty close.
Reads was all the more enjoyable
for the reason that it had not been
planned, the children living else
where having come back to tjio old
home for an .unannounced visit.
In the order of their respective
ages, they were: W. 0. and J. T.
Read of Athena, Harve and George
neaa ox enterprise, lukc ana iwy Hardy en)poyw, M wp.
Read of Athena. Leo Read of (lam- . i s.u c. .t. ..!
Deputy Sheriff Joe Blakley-was bridge, Idaho; Ralph Read of Port- ins outfit on Drv er-W wu fatally
up from Pendleton yesterday, but land; Joe, Ruth and Jim Read of injured a few davs airo bv avttina-
one leg caught in the cylinder while
F. W. Hoffman wound up his fecdn bundles with his feet. Tlte
business at Weston in rather an un- 'K was crushed and mangled from
self-proelled com- usual way. About a week aim he tm; toot 10 thc knee, and Mr. Hardy
Saturday, August 20
"Liberty" Kpisode No. IB.
The Wolfs Nemesis."
A Joker &medy "Fatmr Gets
Letmard Clomgn?n is now in New A Two Reel Drama "Ixive's
York City with the Medical Cor Masquerade." (
of the army. While he does mil say "Shorty Tra a Lottery King."
so in his letter to Weston relative, ., Seven Reels--20e and 10c.
it is inferred that the command to Sunday, August 2t
7 Zn lT,,n , vnZ Mut"al Gale Kane
the ocean, bound for Franc,.. Tenw. I)rnnm ()f cVwafliXinar
Masses of Men Are Thrown
Against British Troops
'Whose Wife?" 1n
could find no malefactors of grat Weston
wcatin or otherwisev-m this inno
cent burg. ,
Also Miss Hillio Rhod in "Uluf.
Join the Red Cross
bine" is now threemng wneat on closed and locked his door for the TOnv'vw, 10 do not know exactly how, the R.-d
ms ury creea iana, wnere wc j iciu last time and text witn hts lamuy in
wa. a vai.a lor an operauon. Me cross offers thc opportunity.
uvea oeiow rreewai.T, wnere ne The privilege of Tvicc is denied
was highly regarded, and is sur- to none
vved by a widow and children. fa, room for all.
"Thia spoils all our plans," were the will you join us?
unfortunate man's last words-ad- Red Cross room at the U-
dressed to his wife. brary Is open on Tuesdays and Fri-
Iley Winn has jtaken on another riwor,k-
is around ousneis to tne acre, the direction of Fcndleton, leaving
Mr. Winn's barley on the Ritchey his entire establishment to the ten
place went about 60 bushels. der mercies of his creditors. To
The head of the Burrell Construe- father with a considerable stock
tion Company of Portland, which J 8$ wh,cl he abandoned, are
biult the elevators at Weston and fouf b,ttrd n(d pool tables. Hoff
iwninr ,.n entrap wo hp man came to Weston from Portland
Saturday and 'attended a meetW ast December and bought a half Jarire tract of land the Mose Tav. 'And there plenty of work for
of the Weston Warehouse Co. interest in the pool hall conducted lor pIace nortnwe8t ot town-which B"' ...
uye,. r, nm. a xew monws ap he bought from Mr. Taylor for a B"? J0W " Red Cross-
he bought Zehm's interest in the round hunlr(l thouMnrf rfnl. only $1.00 for membership.
business, ' which has had tough i rut ni.M u i; . Are you doing your best?
fcledding for some time. 'farmed under lease hv Marlon Han.
Heavily loaded with wheat, the fel'y Mr. Winn fa now the largest
new elevator at Downing sta- "u,u "now
tion has been settling at a serious tricthis possessions comprising
mi nrf it "will he nrwarv for the Taylor place, 600 acres, the
Roy Driskell is at home with a tne contractors the Burrell Con- Meadowbrook Farm, 637 acres, and
broken foot, which he sustained in gtruction Co. of Portland to Te- nB cret'k ranch, 240 acres, a
an accident while employed at the bUjjj the foundation. This they tal of 1513 acres of choice Wes-'
Mac Foster farm in the Stage Gulch are now preparing to do. Thc ton (tround. He also owns a section
neighborhood. A heavy timber fell Weston elevator has been overtaxed am' '-half of lighter land in the
upon the foot, and ttoy win ne : out Dy the ronh of irrain deliveries, and Juniper district, iley winn grew
of commission for a month or more. hc i-nimi-itv of ihr convevnrH will up on a farmland his success hmi
' The Wortham Shows, said to be '
the biggest carnival aggregation
west of the Rocky mountains, will
furnish sixteen splendid night at
tractions during the Pioneer Pow
wow at Walla Walla September 13,
14 and 15. ,
This place is at present ling , A'e aI'n yur 7 a
vi n id iicvuuu iwr our aoiuier ooya
in r ranee.
lndoo.-ror threw 1)t tirrmaa
troop coaUntt4 Ibrowlo tdm et
na atalnst the nly won BrltUa
totltlon nir Lena.
All counter attack vra ala con-
tltlr ropuUH aftr nrp flthtlag,
rild Mirth! iUlg rport4.
Qrnn prisoner y word had beta
paused to thm that tbey mutt rtak
Hill 70 t any coat.
The Canadian bid hn of d la
many ngulnry fight befor thl.
but tli battl (hat liu rfd about
Lea tnc tb capture of Hill TO I
the mot bitter these troop ever
perlenced. Moreover, never had thy
ud tb bayonA o much In7 thl
Frit lib tank oord another tri
umph In the capture of Important Oer
man petition la the neighborhood of
the Tprea Poelcapelle road, north of
St. Julian. s
tt wa a tank show, alaioet from
ttrt to finish, and the infantry In thla
cat played the part of uperuumer-
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aauevittraa. wm i tumanei
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km. forte!. Ml llatIMl IWMMI
muttf. ltaia um
atom aaekne. aa eWtt
nn, tiwh) ttaiata la M Tt
arm. rii ikm 4tvmm. tMto
tof Cnll )aiaMHei
ma iokool or mm arawe ihm
Mm tm ka art.tl etywtaMeei af aaMl,
taa anxif aar aayaanfu. wnn
tnas r4Ha la lH IT. 4 m tiniaiia
atltan ft O. A. C tnm f Waiira Tnr-
lk V. . Wt nwNi aa a at
ka firiM "aiillMaUaM HMttHna" T
klkr iMtatof, an aMrta mm ka nwaltk
aalfiraa kf tka V. a. 1wiiihI
4 tk iair ft Malar 4M. nrM la
Ika a. O. T. C will ka fi'M tewmuttoa far '
aiktialtar. u wll m all arMiaariaata aa4
aakliaM at ik tls awh' tmmmm .
aioieTBATToa saaiirs eereaaa .
KIT. tafanaaalaa ae rataaaa. leraaa
aaflaarer, Otn AarlnHtral aUa
W. tt. fatarae - C. IL Blahe
Peterson & Bishop
Freewater, Or. :
100,000 TROOPS III
FRANCE BY FALL
Charles H. Marsh, county judge
of Umatilla county, and Miss Alice
Butler, for the past three years
bead of the domestic science de
partment of the Pendleton schools.
have to be increased. My another
season both elevators are expected
to fulfill every expectation.
Pendleton people are reported to
be agog over a queer story current
weaaiogtoa. There win ka more
100,000 U. 8. troop la France
before (now file. It I ld that am
ple (hipping 'facilltle are - already
leen due to knowledge and love' of
the soil and to his confidence jn'vaflaNe the transport of troop
Umatilla county. He is now 47t
and began farming "on liis own"
it the age of 21.
were united in marriage Wednesday there for several days. It relates to
at Spokane. Judge and Mrs. Marsh the capture by government secret
arc now on a wenciing trip tnrougn service operatives of a ' Oerman
A horse belonging to A. A. Kees
which had lecn missing for several
days from the pasture of J. K.
Jones on the Weeton upland, was
finally found by the son of Mr.
Jones but will never wear another.
harness. In some manner tne am
wircleHS slation in a lonely part of
the Itluc mountains near Kamela.
Thc three men in . charge were
shot, and buried where they lay,
arording to the tale, which is tawi
to have been vouched for by a gov
ernment official .
Mrs. K. O. DeMoss, who has wen
....I t.A wlirl itself between two under Dr. bmith s care with a se-
trees on a steep slope, and it was rious illness, is reported to be re
sTdbe?!. covering. , v-
Cofdwoo4 Wanted .
Sealed bids will Ik received by
thc undersigned until Monday, Sep
temler Jl, at 2 p. m., for J16 cords
of wood (kind and price to be spec
ified by bidder) to be delivered at
the Weston jHiool house on or bo
fore Octolx r 1ft. The nVht , is
hereby reserved (o reject any ( or
Weston, Or., Aug. 21, IUI7.. 5 ' '
Clerk District N3. 10.
a ooa a they are reedy.
The order of their going bt been
teautlvely mapped out, with the "rein
bow," New England, New Tork, Penn
ylvania and Illlaoia dlvlelon favored
for the first ebanee becaui they have
Veen orgealted a divisional unit for
I ioste year.
The new of ta uffleleay of the
shipping at band for traaeport arrlea
erae from the shipping board, tea-
X rating the predletloa msdd, by 8e
itary THalal three week go to the
effeet that wha the tfm can tha
eH!f weald be at had. - Tt la kaowa
an tkat many mere than the origin!
PeraWng ezpedftlos are lmdy la
aria In aupport of tb leading actor,
while large number of the enemy
troop, added a final melodrematle "WMa!S
touch by surrendering abjectly or flee
ing In terror a the bvy lead lum
bered onto tb tace and "reached for
their shooting Iron."
' Kaat of fcpeby British troop raided
the German line on a wide front la
the neighborhood of the Bt QuenMa
anal and brought bach prlaonar. The
Brltlab Improved their poaltlon slight
ly north of the Ypre Maoln road.
An Important Stat.
Ihe Ntat of Babla, on of tha
lursat and moat Important of tb
Union of Braill. occuttlc aa ear foax
flfths the Ue of France, and ha a
popiiliitlon eatlmatcd at S.WlO.ooo, of
hlob Hi, capital, thn city of Bahl,
contain 810,000. II coast line pf (SK,
mile I Ivngor than that of any other
"tut" In Hritll, aurl thn great Hao
Franclat-o river I navigable for KX
U'Hea Mlthiif (ho state. '
. ' -
Davis & Ellis
A man iirrpa.for liliuai-lf.
an uorrlea tor hr buKbund,
-chlMrcn, fnr her ttliiOvm
snjjjio of bet uelshbortiood.
Dr. A. F. Sempcrt
Graduate and Registered
Office Hours 9 to 12 a.
m.; 1 to C p. m.
Watts BuMsi - Upstairs