The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946, September 21, 1917, Image 4

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    I LADIES' SUITS, DRESSES CO ATS r a 1
X l&rthte "?eek our line is very complete. Our business has
been beyond our expectation in this line. The opportunity of
buying rfght at home from so large an assortment is appreciated
X by our customers, as is shown by the way these suits, dresses and
coats have been walking out.
Just today a new shipment is in, containing many pretty
dresses. Come in you will be welcome and we will take pleas
X ure in showing you our assortment. If we haven't what you
$ want we will try to get it for you.
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MILLINERY
MILLINERY
Mrs. Kabli is kerc every day and showing pretty new hats making to order ami retrimming. -Inst today
she has a new shipment of trimmed hats ami they are heauties. Select your hat here where you can get u hut .
vou wish at the price von wish to pav, and be assured of the individuality in style ar.d color you so much enjoy.
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ARROW SH
IT ii became of the iterlinjj qualities poneiied by
ARROW Shirti, that you ice them io itrongly
featured in ihopi like ouri. If you buy an ARROW
you will jet the fulleit quota of value offered at
the price. The ARROW label it a sound guaranty
that the garments are worth their price at all
times.' Any merchandise that sells at a fixed price
is exceedingly good merchandise and that is why
we carry ARROW Shirts.
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"Best Ever Suits lor Boys
Those of you who were at the Style ami Fashion Show Friday
night saw the splendid showing made of lys' suits -the tit ami
snap of which were very apparent. These were "Hest Uveal"
suits and for sale by us. Why not try one of these for your lioy.'
Priced from $5.00 to $10.00 many as low as
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$1.98
oney
We have just received from Hemmett. Calif., a shipment of
1000 pounds of honey direct from the Uensmore Farm. This is
pure honey direct to you from the maker pure as the tlower and
very fine. You can purchase this in any quantity you wish.
How is your old hat? If it's a
bit shabby or a bit too cool, let's
look over the new ones and see
if we can tix you up. Very like
ly we can, for there is almost
everything here in the way of
color. shaH" and sizes. (!ood
new styles, having the military
touch: many splendid, dignified,
staple hats: novelties in all tin
shades men's fancy dictates all
moderately priced at from $2.00
to $4.50. This includes the fa
mous Stetson.
A BEAUTIFUL SHOWING
All the shoes shown at the re
cent style show were from our
own stock. There's n beautiful ar
ray of the pretty, new styles and
models in fetching two-tone; al
in black kid and suede top, as well
as fabric top. You can be suited
here, and at a saving of from one
to three dollars the pair over
city prices.
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WESTON PAYS TRIBUTE IT WAS JOE KEY S NAME;
BREVITIES
Good, rich chaff for sale. Iven
O'Harra.
J. V. Bell has recovered from a
threatened attack of typhoid fever.
Lloyd Ritchey has gone to La
Crosse to follow the tonsorial trade.
Mrs. Suasn Tucker is visiting her City park
daughter, Mrs. W'm. Zignian, near years himself.
Walla Walla. l)r 0 Um of Portia,,,), or.
Let me show you you the l!ig merly of Arlington, has succeeded
Four Overland--the most wonder- to the practice of Ir. Smith, and
ful car value on the market at expects to liegin next Monday.
$1010. Will advance S100 Ocloler Meanwhile Dr. Watts will answer
TO ITS SOLDIER BOYS
A large and representative gath
ering of Weston people was held
1st. Dr. Kennard.
S. A. Barnes bought 1G,0h) bush
els of wheat Tuesday on a basis of
$1.86 for No. 1. His recent pur
chases of feed barley at $ t
ton have totaled 1000 Kirks.
A local citizen takes occasion to
remark, "naming no names," that
sonic people seemingly find it eas
ier to keep a worthless cur dog for
the annoyance of their neighbors,
than to keep the wolf from the
door.
Charles Skinner and Theodore
Miller, stockmen of Ritter, Grant
county, were visiting here Saturday
and Sunday at the home of Mr.
Skinner's brother, Weston's chief
of police. They had driven a band
of beef cattle to Pendleton for
shipment.
Methodist Church, Sunday, Sep
tember 23. Sunday bchool at 10 a.
m. Talk to children at 11 a. m.,
subject, "A Fight." Sacrament of
Lord's Supper. Epworth League
at 7 p. m.. Preaching at 7:30 p.
m.. subject, "From Third to Ninth
Ira Charlton of Harrington,
Wash., who went to school in Web
ton more than a third of a century
ago, was here Wednesday for a
visit, and found a number of old
friends and schoolmates to welcome
him. Mr. Charlton owns 1400 acres
which is a celebrated bluestem sec Wednesday afternoon at C.ty park farm(ri cmnc
tion. Harrinsrton is the largest nri- in honor of hrncst L.
mary wheat shipping point in the and Sylvan Kennard, members of ter M. Pierce because of
United States. Mr. Charlton took the Second Idaho here on a fur- 'l'eTed la,, Patriotism.
occasion to highly compliment Wes- ough ancj of ir .Charles H. Smith,
ton. band, which he heard at the who left that evening for American
He tooted about lo fjik.. antnnmi-n! to -heifin his du
ties as an officer of the Medical
Corps.
Martial music was played with
much spirit by the Weston Concert
Hand, and a feeling and appropri
Hte address was given in Itehalf
the community by J. W. Porter.
emergency calls. Dr. Low is a
Saturday, beginning September ZV,
fpm 8 a. m. to 5 p. in. The ihh-
DIIT UIC WirC ClCklrn IT I1'1' of this city and vicinity should
DUI Rid UlrL dmalU II rt.ttiw the unusual opportunity
offered by Miss Ihinim, as she has
At a recent meeting of the dis- had many years of exturience as a
trict military Ixmrd, held in Pcndle- teacher and comes directly from
ton, J. H. Key. a leading Weston LmdenwtKMl t-ollcge. M. Utaries.
n for rather a se- Mo., where she held the position ui
Blomgren vere roasting on the part of Wal- Dean of Music. She is u gradual'
his al- pupil oi niaien unmet i unu nan
further training in huroe under
It seems the district iMiard had Alexandra ICaif m tmno, nugo
received a letter with the names of Kaun m liurmony, (o-.iiitcrpomt and
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Key attached, coni)osition and Teresa Kmerich in
saying that they would not support voice. Miss Hunna is making ar
their daughter, Mrs. Harrison rangements for a recital to be glv
C. Kirk, and her two children in en here in the near future, which
the event that her husband - one ,vnt should interest all the music
of the young men in the Umatilla lovers of Weston.
f county list -was drafted into the
In army,
I We Can "Take Yom
graduate of the Medical College of well chown words Mr. Porter ex
ilic University of Oregon, and has pressed Weston's pride in its sol
had 20 years of successful practice, dier boys and its sorrow at the pari
For the present his family will con- He-presented envelop s con
taining tokens oi mi! communi
ty's regard to the two young sol-
Pianos tuned and repaired at rea-
It is quite likely that Walter unliable prices. First-class work
would not have handed out the guaranteed. A. W. Lundell, Mus,
strong ilne of talk with which he is Bach.
credited, had he been acquainted
tinue to reside in Portland.
The Weston Concert Hand gws
to. Pendleton tomorrow to play one
day's engagement at the Itoutid Up.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Warren are
leaving next week for their home
stead in Lake county.
diers present and to their Weston
comrades in arms in the Second
Idaho- Sidney Harm's and James
Kirkpatrick.
Privates Blomgren and Kennard
left Wednesday evening lo rejoin
their regiment, which leaves next
Tuesday for Charlotte, N. C. They
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were guests of honor at a pleasant V('w w ViK ner parents
given Tuesday evening by ilu"-!S- " ,wit"
noine wim ins nai viwing
by
is fol-
Hour." All welcome. Come and
neip ooooi.. iuiuwi.muiiii, org from tnI8 ottice. As soon as
S. E. Powell, pastor. njg application is made you are ex-
Waited More members' of the
Red Cross to come and work on
Tuesdays and Fridays, as there is
Cow Inspection is Free
l-ontrary to rejiorts m circulation party
here, it costs nothing to have cows Claud Price
insiectod under the new dairy law. Weston is now represented
J. M. O'Harra is in recent receipt lows in the service of Uncle Sam:
of the following communication Medical Corps Flmer Tucker,
from Dr. W. II. Lytic, state veter- -onard Blomgren, Dr. C. II. Smith,
inarian: Infantry--Floyd (loriioran, Malt
"fteplying to your letter of Sep. J. Vanderpool, Ouy M. Johnson,
tember !tli will say the law applies Fdmond L. Wood, K. L. Blomgren,
to all co s whose products are sold S. Barnes, J. Kirkpatrick, S. Keii
for human consumption. All that nard.
is required of you is that you write Marine Corps- Charles Bulfinch.
this office and make application for a Navy--Glenn Morrison, Lloyd
test. This test is administered free Killgore, Lloyd King,
of cost when performed by inspect- Artillery Hugh Taylor.
Aviation lxrp8 fcarl U. Ulsen.
Troop D Rudolph Proebstel, Earl
emot from any further reauirement Rose.
of the law until such time as we can In addition, Herman OHarra is
make the test." at the officers' (raining camp, Pre-
with the facts.
Here they are and I hey consti
tute rather a good joke on Mr. Key:
As is not unusual with the wives
of drafted men, Mrs. Kirk has been
exceedingly anxious to gel her bus.
band exempted. Wishing to make
out as strong a rase as possible,
she wrote the letter in queslion
and sent it to her mother with a
igna
from utfit.
His wife signed both her own name
and her husband's to ihe letter
and forwarded it to the board.
Joe says with a smile thai he is
neither trying to get his son-in-law
into ihe army nor to keep him out;
but that if the boy is compelled to
serve he (Joe) will surely see' that
the wife and children do not come
to want.
MISS HANNA BEGINS HER
WORK IN MUSIC
a large amount of work to be done. , A letter conveying similar infor- 'dio, and Dr. A. I, bemjiert is tak- ylayWgi came Westn
Also, old muslins are very much mation was also received by Frank mg the examination for the Dental nefJay and met her pupils
needed for wrapping surgical dies- Snider. l oijis. , at the lavender home. Mi
sings; and it is said there is a
dearth of games and puzzles for
convalescents in the hospitals in
France, and we are asked to fur
nish what we can in that line for
their amusement. Bring them with
you to the Red Cross meeting.
Chairman. 11. C.
Lengf'Mow Read Law.
TIip pi"'! I,ncf'llow reiel luw In hit
fiitlier's offlije. Iiift never irw'f jneil. He
wax only t cuty -eight yenrs old tvlii'D
lie iMK-iime profexxor lit Iliirvuril uni
versity, and he bud previously bean
professur at Kimduiu college.
Miss Edna Hanna, representing
the Malen Burnett School of Piano
on Wed-
as usual
iss Hanna
has decided to change Ihe day for
You'll Know Him We;.lon pupils from Wednesday to
Boro-tlme Treble nmueridei . fday, in order to accommodate
Joy. but we rpcfcnl. him More h P'1'3 fr"m ih "'mrry who could
plays oiih tunc 11 tlm flddle, for thn "l arrange for Wednesday lessons,
fiddle atririfca anip. and the dancers Those wishing to consult Miss Han
full down, and ifarknwa drowns the na ulmut terms and courses will
u.bu. 1 find her at the Lavender liomu tath
Watts & Rogers are talking about
that frail wife of yours.
Dr. J. C. BADDELliY
Graduate Veterlnarr Sntton
Plume :ttK5 Alliunu, (iregvti I
The Oregon
Agricultural College
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We do not mean this in a
belligerent sense, but that
we can take your measure
properly for your
FALL SUIT
We represent the well
known Field & Roberts and
Herald lines.
Orders taken for
KNICKERBOCKERS
WESTON BATHS, BARBER
and TAILOR SHOP
R. L. Reynaud
W. M, HtUrion (j. rl. Bllhoa
Peterson & Bishop
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to pny your Weston Leader "aub"
Dr. A. F. Scmpert
Graduate and Registered
DENTIST
Office Hours 9 to 12 a.
in.; 1 to 0 p. m. .
Watts Building - Upstairs
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