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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1917)
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How about your supply of the above items? We have never been better
prepared to supply your needs in these items, and our prices are far below our
competitors . Better make out a list of your needs in these lines and if you can
not come send us your mail order. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Children's fluvce union suits (Im(o
or grey) in siscs 2 to IS.
Children's wool union suits (while
or Rivy) in sues 2 to 15
Ladies' florce union suits, medium
or heavy weight .. to l.l'.t
Ladies' lleerv shirts and drawers
tall siscs) 1
Ladies' medium weight union suits
short or long sleeve, hih or
low neck l.l'J
I. m lies' wool union suits. Inch or
low lived, short or Ioiik uvv-
Lailies wool vests and nts -
white or jtrvj. all sue MS
InfsntN' rashtnere hose ... .'?
Infant.-.' eotton hoe . 2 for .-
Misvs' roltou Ihkv .I'.Vmi
Indies' cotton hose .12'-. IJI.SR
Ladies' hhrv silk hose .2'-.l'.'
Ladies' all silk hone . I.'fi
Ijklies' fancy silk hose l.l'J
Hoys' cotton hose 2i
Boys' and girls' wool hose
lloV (leeee union (mis, dc I to
HI . .Ki .7'.
lloys' Wool union eillts. .-.e 1 In
Hi . , I. to hi l.l'.i
Men's fleece union stulx I.i'i
Men's ril'lied union Milts I I'.'i
Men's wool union uili . 2.2,V;t.2Ti
Men' cilk and wool union suit 4.25
Men's rteece i-hirts ami ill titter till
Men's rihhed shirta and drawers M
MenV wool shirts and drawer .
!W to 2.25
Men's wool sox .I'.l-.'.r
Men's cs.shmere son . ,X
Men's cerman ox I.&'i
Don't fail to see our line of Stag Shirts, Mackinaws and Sweaters
I THE GOLDEN RULE 'J
.Mti'iiiliiiie' litis ir i.- liiiuer
than IM in hoth tin' grades mid
high whool. The work is well un
der way. ami much interest is bring
taken ly llu Mudents in their sew
el ill l;i..ks.
The tyiN'writiiiK ili'imrliiiiiit ii.
now overvrvwded Mid inure stu
dents ro desiring this work,
iA I'Viilny ul'leriiiHiii n .slim I
gelli'I'ill (lv'liili,v v.l held ill lu
auditorium l" the high s'IiimiI. At
IhlS lime the cllldillt IiinIv M fll-
ored !i Miv Huliy 1'inv with m'V.
er:l I'l.iim seleehuli.s. Mis.- I'l'liV
is .'rni'luiiie of V. II. S. nml is
mhiii uoing to cullce.!'. lu v. S. I'',
I Well pic II lii'ief MildlVN-. t" the
t u. I. itl -., which wits tiivntly iiiv-
cinti. lie elmse :in his Mlhject,
"TIiom1 Tllille Wlneh Milketlllll-
It is hon-d I Iiii( nthct'K of our
tow n.sHiile m.iy In- IM I-Miadeil to
iiih',ii- lieforv the hich m-IioI from
time to lime.
CLARK 00U, PoblUhtr
The Year tl 50
Six Months 0 73
Four Months o 50
FMDAT, SEPT. 21 117
EnlcrtS at tht peitelfice al Wtitea. Orteoa
tcfia'dui aail matter.
If Kerne) Boyd brings a hear
into that Montana camp of Athena
hunters, it will be close at his heels.
PENDLETON HORSE AND
MULE SHOW OCTOBER 6 i
Five hundred dollars in cx-h
prizes will le given at the Horse
and Mule Show to he held in Pen
dleton Sat unlay, IHidier ,;, accord
ing to announcement made by the
si'retary of the association, r. (.
V. Iassen. Juilges will ho flirted
from the O. A. ('.extension faculty.
United States Can Out-
man and Outbuild In
Air All the Other
Bf Briber Ccntrd C O. SOUIEK.
Quel Siftul Oiticer, U. S- A.
There will be many classes, with T develop all the possibilities of 111,1 ;
a first prize of and a srond A fighting in and from the air in ,'",n,',,-v-prize
of $" in each class. this present war bo Anicr-
I'urc bred cattle, shei'p ami hogs tea great port, huropc is war
a will also lie shown. For thes.- there weary and exhausted. The person-
win ne run urn prui-s only. net 01 our allies lor the most euec-
U. K. Anderson, countv conimis- t i v e military 1
sinner, will give a special prize of avtatiou has
mule colt out of been used up,
Wivk eliding October lib.
Friday, Sept. '2H 1'athe presents
(iludyr. Hulette in "Her New
York;" Kntzenjaiumer Knl.s in
"Sharks is Sharks." Saturday,
Sept. L".l I'lilhe pi. -Milts Kuth Ko
land in "The Neglected Wife;"
Mutual picM iils Helen Holmes in
"The Kailroailer.s." ubo Shorty
II.iimiIu.ii in "Shorty Solves the
llitili Cost of laving." Sunday,
Sept. .'Ill Mutual pres. lit. s loi'e
Kane m "Snil's I'mhi." Mnmla,v,
(Vt. 1 I'nivcrsal MimiI I'rogiain;
a two ns'l I.K'i comeily ; u big I'
comedy drama, t'uneiil Fxeiit.s;
mai-ii big ui'l.s. WediieMlay. Oct
hImt .'t Vitagraph iiim mI. Lillian
Walker and Kvert Overton in "Ib's
per of the Mountains." Thursday,
llctiiU-r I Mutual preM-nts the
great five re'l feature, "The lligh-
nl.so a two r-el Vogue
Wht Housewitei Htre Ung Looked For
PLavo FLour onct used, nothing
tint tvally aailont In wayt Ilka ihli.
whkh Ihnuiuimli nf woman at tifyin
la among lhali Manila tvaiywhaia vtif
day I "rat liulwll.lt'-'Whll' "KUh
Taaa"-"lla More Lite and Molsiura"
"Makas Bailar BiaaJ. Paairyamt Dlf
cuha" "Baai Nune Klayor" "lake
Mmhar UaadH--"Ual in M Vaaia"
"riakr. Naiui.riaofed- -Taaae
Laaa ol ll"-"ltvery Sat a Alike In MB
Qualiiy" "Loni-LaiUnf r"ltbM"
Ordar a Trial 8m k Taalaf
- Try ll and ralurn lout what yal d""1
u.. ami wa will at one a raiuin
mnna II ou ara nni moai piaaaaa. " ,
know ua ind wa know Ih.l rU TlMVt la
raattst aaiiaTactlon. VUllort moat waleoma W rUav rivt
mada. Sola taakar for tbia conmuikliy. t
WESTON MILLING CO.
Al.ni WvHton's II. 1.1 uud tthole Win a I Flour; Crahaui, t'errala.
Feed am I Hay; Svid liraiii. Stojk I hI and I'oullry Supplha. Wv
do eu.itoni inillini;. Your patrotmitu solliiled. W. I.. KoliblMi.
THE UNIVERSITY OF, :GREG0H
la aarawi alwallf I
aaM Ma afcaaMaa. alfaca Ml nil iiiHSii ha
MILITARY OMLL. POMMTIC MltMCK
ARTS AMD COMMSRCI
!. I . I 9m HiNm fiH aawlia. Vaa aaaaaii
i I f . aaK.lt, aa r Himnlil.T-i
r i ( A Mm B-tm - Ml "Tfca mmmm mm4
w M A ka 0waH,.- 4naa -.
Describing Uie Round Up is
good deal like painting the rose
and we will leave the job to the ex
pert word artists on the. big papers 125 for the U-st
and magazines. It is enough for us his jack.
to say that the 1917 Round Up was . heLfiml eford and Shorthorn
. g I. . i.l . u ouna bought in Chicago by the Pen-
the classiest of all, although each deton Rfoat Jwk&
preceding event was a wonderful Sturgis will be on exhibit.
Pope Benedict predicts that Ger
many cannot be beaten, thus put
ting another crimp into the fetish
of papal infallibility.
No entry fees will be charged ex
hibitors and the assocation will pro
vide free hay for all stock on ex
hibit. Passes w be issued to all
VESSEL SINKINGS REDUCED
While the Leader s contest is on
will be a good time to send a year's
subscription to your absent relative
or "close tilikum."
own copy to the
Navy Department Report Decrease
Within the Pact Ten Day.
Washington. "Submarine sinkings
Carrying your of convoyed ships 10 days ago amount
postoftice and ed t0 one-,11f t one per cent, and the
. , ... .. , BinmugB oi'convoyeu snips now are
wrapping and mailing it, takes . , , v
very much lower.
time, besides costing you 52 cents rm nUlf.mPnt w raljp by Alimir.
a year in stamps. We- need the al Benson, acting secreiary of the
money worse than Uncle Sam, even navy. Admiral Benson said he had no
though the war is costing him two v""! sinkings before
million dollars an hour. "".
but that since merchant vcshHb mere
givcn cscortB deslroyers the num
If he has any sense of the fitness ber of sinkings had shown a aensa
of things, the Bulldogger eil. will tional drop.
get a pair of those Chicago wooden Ships of allied and neutral nations
shoes to match his cranial ex- 'r0 bc,De ,akcn acr,,R'' ,n,, Atl"n,lc
. . under the iirotection of warships,
iremity. Ships that have come through the
J'anama canal join the fleets leaving
An exchange given an incident Atlantic ports in this country In great
that illustrates the imiossihility of numbers.
telling where the trouble restiltng
from a mortgage will end. A man
mortgaged his farm to buy his wife
a pair of ear-rings. The wife took
killed in the in
and artillery. I
mean the young
tvon ty - live
years of ngf
the period of
life when men
are at their
best for uerisl
work. In tier-
man; this class
of personnel hlis certainly been ex
hausted. So it remains for u., com
ing in with a fresh viewpoint, TO
EXI) THIS THING TIIK FIRST
Nothing else counts. Saving a
reek of this wnr would be cheap at
any price. And the United States
ulono can make this contribution to
her allies nnd the world. We can
ouUnian all the other countries in
volved, friends and foe, and we can
surely outbuild (hem.
TO WIN QUICKLY BY THE SHEEN
WEIGHT OF THE NUMBER Of OUR
MACHINES MEANS THE SENDING
OF THE MINIMUM NUMBER OF
MEN OF THE UNITED STATES TO
Wedding and' Shower
Thtirxliiy, September 2". Mi.-
Ma Wilson was united in marriage
t Mr. John Banister junior al the
Methoflist parsonnge in Pendleton
by Rev. Mr. Gornall.
The bride is the elder daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Wilson, and
the bridegroom a son of Mayor and
Mrs. J. M. Banister. Both are
prominent and (sipular young ieo
ple of this community.
The ceremony was a quiet one,
attended only by the parents of the
young couple and by Mr. and Mrs.
L. I. O'Harra.
Mr. and Mrs. Banister were giv
en a reception and shower Wednes
day evening, the 2.1th. at Weston
nera house. This had been most
tastefully decorated, one jiart being
converted into a reception hall and
the remainder licing left for danc
ing. The bride and groom were
showered with many beautiful and
expensive presents. Refreshments
of ice cream and cake were served
by Mrs. Harry lienthe and Mist
KiIiih Banister. Mr. and Mrs. I..
I. O'Harra were host nml hostess,
for the evening.
THE UTMOST IN CAR VALUE
1.917 P-qMi I
Model IK) Touring Car WO
Model Mi-1 Touring Car. 1010
Model 8'J-ti Touring Car M-fJ
Willys-Knight I Overland 1575
Ovcrlumis nlmotit sell themselves, and Rive abtio
lute satisfaction wherever placed. Best hill climb
ers on the rwul today. Let mv convince you.
Dr. S. L. REWARD - - Vestoo Agent
Americans Under Fire in France.
With the nritish Armi8 in the
Kir-Id. American troops for llm first
tlm are under (Jerman fire In Kranrc.
in washing to pay the interest on Two American soldiers have been
the mortgage and the- first day lost slightly wounded by fragments of a
one of the diamonds in the suds and b"rt'n8 l'c- A certaiu contingent
or tne American army is now located
Rights of Nations Have
Taken the Place of
tried to hang herself in the
but the rope broke and she fell
a $150 Jersey cow, breaking
' " .llraotlv hahlnrf hn n.l.i.l. II.... II
.. . . -.- ,j vwmiui. . viiiwu mm, well
On within ru
two wounded men are the proudest
members of this contingent.
Even the president of the Unit-
Prafettor ROBERT M. M'ELROY,
HEN it is considered that the
citizen hip of ' the United
Stntea is made up of so many
different races it is indeed a flatter
ing tribute to the strength of our
Institutions to note the widespread
loyalty of the people.
In polyglot America during the
I. 0. O. Jr. Will Raise $2,000,000 Fund.
lAllLvill. T1.fi . I .
ed States could not have swapped i... n n e t... , .
rr lodge, I. O. O. r by a unanimous vote
places with the little Indian boy .dopted a resolution which authorizes present crisis racial' lines and tradi
that won the Round Up pony race. Us various state grand jurisdictions tions are set aside. Millions of poly
- io raise oy inamciuai assessment 12,-
With greater consideration than J0,00.00' wl be voted to the
rvuci vi uuu f ciiowb woo Dilfil ID
Church of the Brethren
Order of services for Sunday
September .'!0, '.i7:
HI a. in. Sunday school.
1 1 a. m.- Preaching.
2::il p. in.- Mission Study.
(!::m p. in. ('. W. S.
7:.'HI i. in. Ilible Study, Life of
JOHN HONKVVny. Klder.
Dr. S. L KEHIIARD
Hospital at corner of Main
and Broad streets.
Phone Main 253
P. T. Harbour
bas ever been shown toward us. we l6e nUUarr service of the United
will refrain from saying that if Dr.
Lassen has a class for jackasses he
need seek no further than the Rull
.dogger sanctum for a prie hist-imen.
States, and members of their families.
Steel Prices Cut
Washington. Steel prices in th
United States rc cut in half when gressive nations of tho earth stood
President Wilson approved a scale of for the rights of man.
glot Americans stand ready to fight
for American ideals and are as lovnl
as those PILGRIMS WHO CASlE
TO THESE SHORES IN THE
The ideal pronounced by our pres
ident is higher than the law of any
constitution. For centuries the pro-
Some people seem In entertain
the notion that the war is being
carried on for their particular and
Yes, the powers ought to have
prevented Belgium from jumping
on to poor liai&er Cill-
quotations fixed in a voluntary agree
ment made by producers with the Wsr
Hractices in all State and Kedera
BUT AT PRESENT WE ARE PRO
CLAIMING A HIGHER IDEAL THE
RIGHTS OF NATION8.
When the kaiser of all the Prus
sianized Germans turned the pagf-s
of history in August ho found that
the rights of nations had taken the
placo of the rights of kings.
Social dance October 6.
.Dr. J. C. BADDELHY
Graduate Veterinary Surfeen
x Phone - Athena, Oregon
Adjust Spine, Iiibs, Hips or
whatever is wrong. Nature
Main and Court Streets.
Fourteen years in Pendleton.
Iti mil .'otilnv OHTKOHATII V n II It
i:lilim llr or iiinKii- In It.-a lluar-
Preston-Shaffer Milling Co.
Athena, Oregon . Waitsburg, Wash.
Made of. selected bluest em in one of the
best equipped mills in the Northwest.
Sold In Weston by
Weston Mercantile Company