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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1917)
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EACH BOY'S SUIT
As a special inducement we will give PRKE OF CHARGE with each boys suit a
3 good watch that sells for $1.00 to $1.25. The quality ot our boys' suits is wen wum n,
$ from $10.00 down to J1.98.
as they are the "Best Ever," fully guaranteed the most serviceauie, styii.. uyj du w
on the market. Your bov will look well dressed in these suits because they have the
snap and style about them you so much desire in a suit. Our line is very complete, com-
over one nunarea suns. lNoveines, seiyt;&, aiuuuu)?, t-n.., am. u. ......r,
LADIES' SUITS and COATS
We have gone through our big line of hats and se
lected all the odds and ends of lines -good styles- just a
few of each kind. These are the best values that have
sold for $3.00, but to close them out we place them on a
sale table at only
The advantage of having new goods 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-
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est and will compare favorably with tnose oi iormer seasons.
Mrs. Kahli is here every day ami showing pretty new hatsmaking to order and ntrimniing. Just today
she has r new shipment of trimmed hats and they an- U-atitiea. Select your lint hen- where yon run get what
you wish at the price you wish to pay. and tie assured of the individuality in style and color you no much enjoy.
L. L. Davis of Waitsburg visited
Wednesday with his brother Lou at
J. H. Clodius, who has been vis
iting in Portland, leaves this week
for San Diego.
A $5000 school house
constructed on Dry creek, near the
county road crossing.
Mrs. H. II. Stuart of Portland is
visiting this week at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. H. Goodwin.
Dr. F. I). Watts left fur Portland
Monday evening on a business visit.
Mrs. Watts accompanied hint.
The Weston Commercial club will
hold its first meeting following its
summer vacation, next Tuesday
G. W. SUggs and I ley Winn are
on a deal for the purchase by Mr.
Staggs of Mr. Winn's Dry creek
The women of the Methodist
church will give a chicken dinner
Friday evening, Octolur 19, In-ginning
In order to m-et my own obliga
tions I am compiled to insist that
all those indebted to me settle their
accounts at once. H. L. Jh-drirk.
Lines were run and grade stakes
set this week for Weston's Main
street sidewalk improvement. The
work was under the direction of H.
K. Sauzc of Walla Walla, regis
ters! itatent attorney and patent
solicitor, with ollices at U'Jtf Drum
heller building. Mr. Sauze is also
a civil engineer and was prevailed
upon to take Weston's work in hand,
although he has relinquished engin
eerin as a profession. Along parts
of Main street, gravel is already on
the ground in readiness for con
is lieing -,,Mil,n
Pianos tuned anil repaired at rea
sonable prices. First-class work
guaranttvd. A. W. Lundcll, Mus.
WESTON BOY, HURT BY
HIS HORSE, UNCONSCIOUS
Will King leaves tomorrow for
Cast It Kock, Colorado, to visit his
mother, whom he hasn't seen since
1881. She is 8i years of age.
Mrs. Mary Lancaster of Astoria,
president of the Oregon Kchekahs,
will meet with Hiawatha Kelu-kah
lwlge No. HS November 5, anil a
full attendance is dcsiriil, l!y or
der of the Noble Cinind.
The dance given at Weston opera
house Saturday evening proved to
lie esH-eially successful and enjoya
ble. First, second anil third prizes
for classy dancing were won in the
order named by the following cou
ples: Miss l-wra Mclntyre and
Mr. Ralph Hassell of Athena, Miss
Gladys Smith of Wi-ston and Mr.
Fred Armstrong of Athena, Mrs.
C. C. Culley of Weston and Mr.
Louis llcrgevin of Athena. 'The
management announces a masque
rade for Saturday evening, Octo
Imt 2U, with music by J. Payanfs
That porkers pay even at the
present high prices of feed has
been demonstrated to his own satis
faetion by J. A. King. He shipM il
to the Walla Walla Meat company
2" head of yearling hogs that at
seventeen cents K-r jmund brought
a total of $1004.70 To raise and
fatten them cost him a little more
than $500, making about $000
Pastor Powell's morning subject "velvet" on this profitable by pro-
at tho Methodist church Sunday duct f his Wild Horse farm.
next will be. "The Hcautv of the ,
Law;" his evening subject, "The The 8.h birthday anmversary of
rV Vinevard " Ge"W w- I,av,d'"'. vvran (
Fool s Vineyaru. war cdi.bratli(1 0t:tu.
We have the equipment and the l,er 9 at his home in this city,
"know how" to clean your seed Among those present were his
grain and to clean it right. Try daughter, Mrs. Albert Purcell, and
us. Others are doing it to their ix grandchildren of Pendleton, and
satisfaction. Weston Milling Co. Mrs. Amy Van Skiver. Mr. Dav-
. . ... idson received many post-card tok-
Lester W ilsey seems to have a bit frfjm f riends
the edge on Frank Skinner in le
gume production. He took 13 Miss Mary Lansdale, who is
wheat sacks full ofT a tract of teaching the Weston Upland school,
-..,rwl Jim! he thinks contains but was a dinner guest Saturday of her
little more than jui acre.
The first intercollegiate football
game ever played in Fastern Ore.
gon will lie witmsscd at Pendleton
Saturday. Ortolicr 20. Oregon Agri
cultural College and University of
Idaho are the contending learns. A
number of Weston football fans will
Captain Richard Pearson llob&on
of "Merrimac" fame will lecture
Monday, October 15, at p. m. at.
the Methodist church in Pendleton.
His theme is "America at War,"
and admittance is free. Captain
Hobson comes direct to Pendleton
from Seattle, and this is the only
lecture he will deliver in
Hay lea I taker, son of Merritt A.
Haker, a W?ston veteran of thf
civil war, has entered the service
of Uncle Sara as a train dispatcher
for assignment to Russia. For sev
eral years Hayleshas served as train
dispatcher on the Milwaukee at
Missoula and Lewistown, Montana.
He is accepting government work at
his present salary f $175 cr
A serious accident In fi ll .lames,
the twelve year old son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Nelson, Saturday after
noon near the Nelson ranch on Hale
creek. The Imy had evidently l-en
thrown from his horse and dragged
and trampled upon by the animal.
Unconscious and bleeding, he was
found lying alongside the road by
Cyril- Prot-bstel, who took the unfor
tunate liy to a watering trough,
bathed his wounds and sent word
to his parents at their town resi
dence by another passer by.
The patient was rushed by his
father to St. Anthony's hospital,
Pendleton, where at last reports ly
had not recovered consciousness, al
though several days have elapsed
since the accident.
The back of his head had turn
badly hurt and it was thought for
a time that his skull was fractured,
but no Hiii'h injury was found by
means of an X ray examination.
His left, hand and wrist were cut
and lacerated and his face and other
Kastcrn parts of his lody bore the marks
of severe bruises.
' It is thought the shock caused
the boy's complete collaise and
that in due time he will recover.
He is nourished by means of hot
milk Miured into his mouth.
graph and muni- departments are
Ix'ing moved to Hie ea.-'l balcony,
where a aerie of sound proof rooms
will U- constructed for demonstrat
ing the two wondrcful music pro.
dueing instruments the New Kdi
mm anil tin-Ampico. One of iIhtk
rooms will U- a large recital hall,
where it i plantn-il to give recitals
and musicals at regular intervals,
and where n general meeting place
for the public will Ik- available.
New platforms and backgrounds
are Ix'ing installed in all display
window:, while on the west balcony
will lie fitted three display rooms
for exhibition of furniture suits.
The chniiKcs will make the store
far more convenient for the public,
as well a for the management, and
will H-rmil of a much more effec
tive display of the various lines
Church of the Brethren
Order of services fur Sunday
October I I, l!M7:
10 a. m. Sunday school.
1 1 a. m. Preaching.
2:30 p. m. Mission Study.
:) p. in. C. W. S.
7:!!0 p. m.-Hible Study, Life of
John rioNF.wrrz, Fider.
1 We Can 'Take Ycur
We do not mean thin In a
k-lligcrcnt sense, but that
we can take your nu-aHurc
properly for your
We represent the well-
known Field & Roberta and 1
Orders taken for
WLSTON BATHS. BARBER
and TAILOR SHOP
R. L. Reynaudi
M. Pitcrion 0. M. Biihop
Peterson & Bishop
Kruuwater, Or. f
Shortly after the noon hour
Thursday the skull of the young
patient was oiorated uhiii and
iiuantity of fluid removed, as
was found to lie partially paralyze
His condition is considered vei
critical. The family is highly re
garded here, and many friends
share the deep concern of the parents.
Dr. S. L KDillARD
THE DAVLS-KASER STORE
IS BEING RE-MODELED
The J reader is indebbil to .Jim
McDaniel for a bottle of choice ap
ple cider that our horticultural i-d-itor
pronounces just about the best
ilrank. It is made of Grav-
,-cfin auolcs. and Jim takes special
oM to insure its purity
who drink it need have no suspic
ion of inbibinz "worn juice."
aunt. Mrs. L. S. Wood. Miss Lans
dale has a daily attendance of 21
pupils, with right grades rrpn--nt-ed,
and reports most gratifyng -o-oiration
on the irt of ttplpnd
Mrs. W. II. Uooher was conveyed
Those by her husband Tuesday to Walla
Walla to sustain an ojn-ration ior
the rciuuva! of a luniur.
' Statement of the ownership, man
agement, circulation, etc., required
by the Act of Congress' of August
24. 1912. of the Weston Leader,
published weekly at Weston, Ore
gon, for October 1, 1917. .
Publisher, editor, managing edit- Workmen are engaged in remod
or and business manager, Clark c-ling the nuin floor of the Davis
WixmI, Weston, Oregon. Kaser Company's store in Walla
Owner. Clark Wood, Weston, Or- Walla, in preparation fr . HU.
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i Voil. Known iNilKllMMUers. mort- inuin rusn "i iiuoio-!if, im nniwn-
and Broad streets.
Phone Main 253
n.mr inTtr.mil I
j I Velerinary Sigecn H Weston Transfer Co.
ry Hospital at corner, of Main " , . mmmmmm K
rr : ..jb... j ...... :s Davis & Ellis I
Davis & Ellis
NO WS THE TIME
to pay your Weston Leader "sub"
Sworn to and subscribed la-fore
me thtf 12th day of October, 1917.
ANDY T. BARNKTT.
security holders Tralile more riHiin win lie given 10
the firm by the changes. The two
vast entrances are la-mg closed en
tirely, and one large entrance in
the center is being installed. Dis
play windows are lieing enlarged
aud durpcutd and thu piano, phono-
Adjust Spine, Kilw, Ili)ot
whatever is wrong Nature
Main and Court Street".
Fourteen yearn in Pendleton.
lm na pnnriio orteopatiiv wiiii
cbintpriiclie or maiiiiFtlu lM?tlluy.
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Dr. A. F. Sempert
Graduate and KoKiHtcrcd
Oflice Hours U to 12 a.
m. ; 1 to 5 p. m.
Watts Building - Upstairs