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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1917)
LADIES' SUITS and COAT
10 Discount on ALL CORSETS
FOR THIS WEEK CORSET SPECIAL
Our splendid line of WARNER CORSETS are on display this
week at Ten Percent Discount on each garment. Note that this
ONE WEEK ONLY
Extra stock has been received for this sale ami every elVort
made to please you. Save Ten Percent on Corsets ly making your
purchases this week.
The advantage of having' new Roods coming every few days
from which to make selections, is very apparent. Our line is al
ways replete with new things, showing wide diversity of mater
ials to select from-gabardine, serge, burella, wool velour, silver
tone and broadcloth in such pleasing colors as navy blue, hunter
green, clove and African brown, burgundy, beet root, taupe grey
Despite the increasing cost the prices of our suits are mod
est and will compare favorably with those of former seasons.
1 MILLINERY MILLINERY
Mrs Ral.li is here everv day and showing pretty new lints- making to order ami retrimming. Jnbt today
!. has a new shipment of trimmed hats and they are U-autics. Select your hat here where you can tret what
von wish at the nricc vou wish to nav. and I assured of the individuality in wtyle and color you o much enjoy.
A BEAUTIFUL SHOVEiG
All the shoes shown at the re
eent style show were from our
own stock. There's a beautiful ar
ray of the pretty new styles and
models in fetching two-tone; also
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
"Best Ever" Sis (or Boys
Those of you who were at the Style ami Fashion Show Friday
nik'ht saw the splendid showing' made of Ik).vs' suits the 111 and
snap of which were wry apparent. Those were ' Most I'.ver
suits and for sale ly us. Why not try one of these for your Imiv?
Prion! from 5.0U to $1(100 many as low as
We have just received from llemmett. Calif..
10)0 jHjunds of honey direct from the Donsmore
pure honey direct to you from the maker pure as
a shipment of
Farm. This in
the llower and
very line. You can purchase this in any tiantity you wish.
How in your old hat? If it's a
hit shabby or a bit too cool, let's
look over the new ones and we
if we can fix you up. Very like
ly we can. for there is almost
everythinK here in tho way of
color, shape and sizes. flood
new styles, having the military
touch; many splendid, dignified,
staple hats: novelties in all the
shades men's fancy dictates all
moderately priced at from $2.00
to $4.50. This includes the fa
Thirty cans of trout fry secured
through the good omce "f (leorge
Tonkin, deputy game and lish war
den, were released Wednesday in
Fine creek and will In- ready for
the angler a year from next spring.
Half of them were tnrmil loose be
low town by Marvin Price and Hap
py (jraham, and the other half above
town, in the vicinity of Rocky ford,
by Dr. Watts anil Jim Price. The
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order for the mountain fwiners. d cmbrise the rainbow and brook
WnO It 18 re purmi imvc umy uuuut.
MANY NEW BOOKS ARE HERE
FOR LIBRARY PATRONS
Mr. and Mrs. George IScaton are
here from southern Idaho for a
visit with relatives and friends.
The Dresent weather is made to
half finished their harvest.
Charles S. Buffum. a popular
Walla Walla traveling man who
made frequent trips to Weston,
died suddenly of apoplexy Tuesday
night at the Hotel Grand.
Herman Goodwin, our local drug-
Methodist Church Sunday, Oct
ober 7 Sunday schwl at regular
hour. Preaching at 1 1 a. ni., sub
ject, "Jesus the Son of Man." Ev
ening services will la- given over to
the installation of Epworth league
officers. Good urogram. Come
gist, has purchased from Joseph Thm.3 a reason - and it's not Pos-
Klomcrren the attractive residence
property on Normal Heights he
has occupied during the summer.
United Brethren Church Preach
ing at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Morning subject, "An Exposition
of the Tenth Chapter of Hebrews."
Evening subject, "The Watchman's
Answer." Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m. You
are invited. E. F. Wriggle, pastor.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Price return
ed Sunday from their automobile
tour east of the Blues, during
which they traveled 700 miles with
no further car troubles than one
puncture and one broken spring.
They visited relatives and friends
in Baker, Fruitland and other towns
and attended the Idaho State Fair
at Boise. One day's feature was a
barbecue of seven beeves.
Sim Barnes took a notion to go
out gadding Sunday in his little
Kurd, and accompanied by Mrs.
Barnes traveled 151 miles over
turn, either. S. E. Powell, pastor.
The following 75 luniks have jti.-t
Urn added to the Weston branch
of the Umatilla County Library:
Bailey - Furm and Garden Utile
Book. Begbie Twice Born Men.
Burroughs-- Indoor Studies. Clark
Turkey. C-ordet Crocheted Edg
ings. Dewey How We Think.
Fitch Comfort Found in Good Old
Books. Foss Whiffs From Wild
Meadows. GrahamChanging Rus
sia. Hilgard - Agriculture for
Schools of the Pacific Slote. Ijiii
riat - Lusitania's I-ant Voyage.
Ijondon Ixig of the Snark. New
man - Kichard St muss. Oregon
Blue Book. Riis - How the Other
Half Lives. U. S. Agriculture De-
Cinderella. Mahie U-gemU.
Intyre Cave Boy of the Agt
Stone. Niver Great Name, and
Nation:, Modern. Paine College
Years, IJtiinn Kewpie Primer.
Kankin - -Castaways of Pete'tt Patch.
Seawell -- Paul Jones. Smith -ChrLslnia.
in Legend ami Story.
Swift - Gulliver's Travel. Tamtan
Makers of Many Things. Wickes
--Child's Hook of Holiday Plays.
ATTRACTIVE PROGRAM FOR
i We Can 'Take Year i
imrtment Diseiuses of Cattle. Dit-
Several parties of Weston fisher- to Forestry Use Book. ; Wadding
men spent Sunday on the Umatilla ton Jitters of a Diplomat's Wife,
river. Our sporting editor is a bit Washington Up from Slavery,
reticent about his own experiences, Yeats Hour Glass.
but condescended to say that river
trout are too small for him, and he
prefers to fish for muskalonge in Austin-Lovely Lady. Barrie
the great lakes or for tuna off tin? Tommy and Grizel. Comstock
Work Must be Hastened
Word has Urn received from
Pendleton that we have only the
month of October in which to finish
the Red Cross work, as it is neces
sary to ship so that it will reach
Eugene by November I. This means
that all members bhould turn in
with u will and finish the work in
hand as quickly as possible and to
help with the balance at headquar
ters if necessary. Anyone having
games , or anything in the amuse
ment line will please bring them
with you on Friday afternoon to
the Red Cross work room in the
library. CHAIRMAN It. C.
While moving lumber used in
concreting the arches of the Dry
creek trestle -which material be has
purchased--George Slaggs had a
bad fall anil sprained an ankle. He
will not le ambitious to perform
any fnore manual labor for several
After a week of serious illncbs,
Homer Hcdrick was able yesterday
to visit his garage for an hour or
two. Typhoid fever was threatened,
but b' has managed to sidetrack it.
Stevens Ijflge No. 1!l, K. of P.,
will have work next Wednesday ev-
Whra lraini4 pi-iillit with mni'rn lh
rtorii d t4qiiil Kipilpn'nt lt In
trutlina I'tdinf ts lltfit d.ra la ta
' AOMOtJLTUBB, wita II 4prtnata;
OOMMEBOE. with i c).pf laonti .
EKOIMEBBINO, wlia d.prlm.nti. In.
aludiaf Cifll, r.lirtrlral. Mlfbwar. Inlilrlal
arta. Irrigating, and yrhaaial Ttt inaarlaf j
fOBERIBT, in'lndlai Lofitaf Eafinfar
la(: HOME EOOHOinCi. lta 4 M)T d'part
aifnti, intludlni traiomi la tba Pra'tica
MINIMO. wita laraa dapirtaaati. laalud
la( Chomlcal Raflaaarlac
THE ICHOOL OF aTOflO. affara laatrna
Uaa la laa prlarlaat daaarttaaata ( ratal
aad Inatrnnanlal aiaale.
riiltr1rn' TRB ,ILABT DBFABTatEKT, aaroll.4
tnuureu a icat r.d.u i in-ir. w. ri
Alcolt- -Jack and Jill. Alcott 4alian for O. A. C. frta lb. Waatarn ri.part
Row ill Bloom. Alexander Songs n. n. War n.p.r.m.m .. f
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We Like to Sing, f Andrews I er- ,jfh ,.,,, A1, ,.4.,, . f,.i.i,.4
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H'ci. iiipmjw. uiomi uif n.j ........ . aompiaia aatrorax r la V, B. Oararnaaanl
('arter Bear Stories. ChisllolllV aa4 Ilia iialir and aanlnr radafa, anrollad ia
There's more than one angry gent Stori-s from the Old Testament. a B o. t. c . fi, f,P
and will have information of value in Argentine. -nra; Ii-N.rn, N W- , . ,kf. ;
. . - tjanno SBUIKS OvTOBEB t,
That' 80. Kanana. Hawthorne Grandfalh- kit. iofarauttai tw. Addraat,
If everyont? would int-nd ', all er 8 lnair. joroan winy ivernon. '"" "i uiuuiuii eauaga,
iw wneuded. Kiugulcy Greek Ueroeu. juum -"'- ..
The Soddy. Craddock In the Ten
npssee Mountains. Crockett Patsv,
Dickens - Christmas Books. Elliott Bach
Romola. Ford - Story of an Un
told I.ove. Hawkins- -Dolly Dia
logues. Hewlett Richard Yea and
Nay. Iindis - Glory of His Coun
try. Ixr -Aunt Jane. Lincoln
Cap'n Eri. Luehrmann Curious
('ase of Marie Dupont. MacManus
Yourself and the Neighbors.
Major When Knighthood Was in
Flower. Martin Emmy Lou. Miller-Saul
of Tarsus. Ncedham -Double
Squeeze. Ore.y El Do
rado. Readc Foul Play. Rich
ards -Valentine, lttmkle Scarlet
Rider. Scott -Count Robert, of
Paris. Smith- Fortunes of Oliver
Horn. Spearman Held for Orders.
Wason- Happy Hawkins. Wemyss
Professional Aunt. Weslcott-
David Harum. Williams Adven
Pianos tuned and repaired at rea
sonable prices. First-class work
guaranteed. A. W. Lundell. Mus.
Program for week eliding Oct ta
ller 1 1 :
Friday, Oct. 5 Piithe presents
W'aviie Arey 'ami iKtris Gray in
"lli r Uehivwl Enemy." Also "Hap
py Hooligan" in Cartoon comedy.
Saturday, Oct. i Mutual pre
sents Helen Holmes in "Railroad
Raiders." Also Shorty Hamilton
in "Shorty Idiys a Jungle Ghost."
Pathe presents Ruth Roland in "The
Sundiiv, Oct. 7 Mutual pres'nts
William Russell in "The Highest
Bid." Also Vogue comedy, "Caught
in the End."
Monday, Oct. 8 - Universal Mix
ed Program. A two reel LKo com
edy, a Big U comedy drama, a one
reel darma and Universal Current
Events. Six reels.
Wednesday, Octopber 10 Vita-
graph Blue Ribbon feature, Lucille
Ir , Stewart in "The Destroyers."
Also a Big V comedy.
Thursday, Oct. II -Mutual pre
sents "Bab the Fixer." Also Vogue
comedy, "The Honeyniooners."
Umatilla county roads. Their route ening. A full attendance of mem-
Ied through Echo, Slanfield and hers is requested by the lodge ofti-
Ilerraiston and as far west as Uma- cers.
tilla. Sim says that there seems to ,Iajr cu(s for ki,,j(.s fr,.,. any
be considerable territory scattered ,)Ut i, The work will
I 1.-1 fin rT WOCIin - . ... .a.al I
aromiu uw.v w ...wv.,... ()e done t)y virgu JNeiia unuer my lureg 0f a freshman
A meeting of much interest to supervision. .
the farmers will be held tomorrow George Sowers, John Reynolds
Saturday afternoon at theoflice aj Walter Williams left Monday
of the Weston Warehouse Co. at f,jr a week of hunting and fishing
two o'clock. The gathering will be t. diking Glass,
addressed by J. C Hopkins of (r-
vallis. who is a government exjsTt
on the eradication of the smut evil
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lUi iv-aw --,. ,-,
ial field of Mr. Hopkins includes
three Eastern Oregon counties, of
which Umatill it one.
Cnurch of the Brethren
Onler of services for Sunday
OctoU-r 7. I'.tl":
10 a. 111. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching.
2:110 p, m. Mission Study.
::tO p. m.- C. W. S.
7:.to p. m. - Bible Study. Life of
JOHN BONEWITZ. Elder.
Adjust Spine, Hi h. Hips or
whatever is wrong. Nature
Main anil Court Htruets.
Ftiurlevn yearn in Pendleton.
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L'Iiikiiii Hi! ur inaKUnlli! In alliiK.
HOMER I. WATTS
i'rttct u'ea in nil Hi til nml Kedera
We do not mean thia in a
lH-lligerent sense, but that
we cut. take your measure
properly for your
We represent the well
known Field & Roberts and
Orders tuken for
WESTON BATHS. BARBER
and TAILOR SHOP
R. L. Reynaud
W. M. Pttcrior) G. It. BIhop
Peterson & Bishop
Pendleton, Or. Kreawatcr, Or.
nimp inTm)iii u
I Weston Transfer Co.
Davis & Ellis
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