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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1917)
The QUICK-LITE LAMP
No Alcohol Torch Needed Lights With a Match!!!
liic Colejiiun IJniek-lite Lamps and LumUtiw represent
the tntMtt iwtoniHliinir forward Htriile In household and out
door illumination tluit linn been Hindi'. Tin y murk the ml
Of the ultl ITU of di:Higiveulile oil hiiupn rim I tin- In-ginning of
new- an mi of brilliant and com i nii-nl g;u light placed
within tin' ituiIi of all. Tin' only' oLii-cl inn ! urged
against the K'twli' lump wjw tin1 tinn' ami lt ln-r of light
Ing it. Till objecting is now icinoud initio' (Juick-lile,
which lithtswltb an ordinary match, without (rouble or delay,
and whichas it merits In'conn- known- will outsell iv ry
The Quick-lite in u iK-aut il'til lamp in any home ami may
Ik; had with any ahuilo you ueli-cl. This in the lamp that
won the (Jold Modal IlilifHt Award at Inilli I'anama fcxpo .
BitionH. uml it i.i without u doubt tin' marvel of illuininaliou.
Cut out thto udvcrtiHciiu'til. mail it to u: ami we will
Mend yon icttir'H and iliwrijitionti of tin- IJuiek-htc Ijunpn
and Lanterns- ul.to ju'ieea.
Vhc Davis-Kaser Co.
Homclurnlshinf Department Store
Pianos Music Phonographs
10-20 Alder Street Walla Walla, Wash.
Furnished ami Printed at tin LcutLr - oiiicc
Sixty (minimum) $0 'JO
One hundred 1 -0
Two hundred ? 1 75
Each additional hundred 0 15
I WILL BUY
Mil Ittii llrandl visited Sunday
with relatives in Walla Wulla.
Mr. !. l' ;ru was in Wulla
Walla during tin- week, visiting her
daughter, Mrs. A. Uirwui.
A. K. Mi tiK-w li ft Monday for
hiii home in Portland, after putting'
in tin-1 ummernt tin' Mircw iiiih-Ii.
J mi Price in on the olrirl again,
having In ukril luow from tli' "llil'f
iii'Imiii" Hint the rlietliiiali. Iiad on
.1. K. Harris drove home W-Iim-i-iliiy
with a Light Four Overland
which In- bought if Hi'1 I'x al agent.
Mik. W, II. Ilooher wax brought
home Tuesday, after lieing an in
nmti' for twenty-one duys of St.
Mary' hospital. She continues to
IWor Wriggle unnouncea his
morning subject as "The Outcast,"
at the United Hrethren church next
Sunday. Hii evening subject will
be "The Creation."
Charles Eugene lledrick. twenty
hours old, was the youngest buyer
if LilM-rty Honda in the Weston
neighborhood. Jle tiMik $50 worth,
ami looks pretty wife about it.
We arc now pripaii-'l to renew
your liallerii with our new bat
tery charging maehine. Our new
vulcanizcr is also here. Pennington
& O'llarra - Mendwell garage.
Krui-st I toss has Uen one of the
few local ihi-r hunters to gel re
mits this st-awn, as the animals are
scarce and shy. He managed to
bring down one deer during a re
cent hunt in the Black mountain
J. M. Ashwortli, who has bud
trying time with
FOR THREE WEEKS WE HAVE PLEADED FOR PAYLlEiT
- OF ACCOUNTS AND NOTES
If you have paid the ad. doesn't plague.
if you have not paid better; hustle lest we RAID.
We will take your Liberty Bond for that account, note or goods.
Some choice phonographs, $8 to $75.
Sewing Machines, $20 to $45 for the wonderful two-spool machine.
Silverware and Cutlery galore.
WE WILL HAVE THANKSGIVING before X-MAS
Watts & Rogers
all kinds of JUNK old iron,
old rags, old sacks, etc. and
also hides and woolat TOP PRICES
In a, serious harvest accident
Tuesday on the Weston uplands Tom
MeCarty, well known farmer, had
his right arm broken Im-Iow the el
a bow, his right shoulder dislocuti-d
inllammatiiry and his right wrist cut to the bone
rlu iimuliMii, following ptomaine ami tiaoiy lacerate. His oack was
IMii.Kiiiittg, is now at his home on also injured Mr. McCarty's glove
the Heights. He is slowly gaining, caught in the clutch of a gasoline
and was brought back from Walla engine and lief ore the machinery
Walla a few days ago. could be stoped he had sustained
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Walla.-e l.ytle returned last week "re
? to his home in southern Idaho after was ?U.,U' ' Dr
Jm . .i i.i llmiiuut of Millon ik in nl tirwl:iliii-
ImiMiilig the desittil run ai ine iiue
Mountain Ihi. factory. It is wiid Mi.-i Imogent Sapp of Weston
that Wallaiv.looketl sternly at the and Mr. Fred Donovan of fiend,
heretofore i vcalcit i ant Imws ssiw, Oregon, were united in manage
started' it up and cut 700 .js in Tlnirwlay, NovemU-r 1, at Walla
thrtr days. Walla, in the Presbyterian church.
Main M.eet look. i4.s tho.iKl, it W attend by Mr. and
fljro. oiiii . v 111117, mi im iui.
had just bad a hair cut. a good part i5,m ,l
of the row of lm-s along the north Inwi left ut once
side Vf the street having been cut "r l'd- 're ht
down this week.' It was thought in, fr',"
North Water St., In low Pomeiny
leaves were making
a litter on the new
too much of
lien I)upuishas lieen m sucwssful
in handling Montana land as to win
the $1I0U priae offered by the Mon
tana Itanehe.s Co. The Leader is
disposed to congratulate Hen Uxm
showing what a Weston boy can do
when he gets out and hustles. His
sales have reached a total of more
than half a million dollars.
for their home, a
the bridegroom is J
ing. They have X
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III.: mat . 101 iv ' J i i.imi.j 11 iv mm
fll me nrme, wno is a sisier 01 mrs
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
In busy cities or tha country road, the Ford car
is a favorite over the whole motor field. There are
strong reasons why half the buyers of America de
mand Ford cars. They have proved their worth un
der the most try ing conditions in all parts of the
world. People buy, Ford cars because they know"
what they have done and what they will do. t They
have become one of the everyday necessities. Tour
ing Car $419.85. Runabout 104.85, On display
and for sale by
C. H. Smith, throughout the
In sending his check to renew
his Leader sub., C. H. Stanfield,
representing the Pacific Grain Co.
at La Crosse, Wash., expresses the
noble and praiseworthy sentiment
that "I could not keep house with
out your valuable jmper. believe
mo." We admire Charley's judg-
H. L. HEDRICK
If your wife can't cook, tion't
divorce her keep her for a pet.
EAT at the
0. K. CANDY SHOP
ment and discrimination in trie se
Iist IjisI week from Toll Cafe lection of good reading matter,
corral about 20 head of steers, '
branded as follows: A portion ODirc WAD WCVUC
with chisel bit in both ears and ar- PKItr WAn ncno
row on the side; n porthm with , u.... m
under bit in each ear and W It on P1.,wbI Hf, V"!?'
right shoulder; a portion with split W!TLm
in each ear ami bar H on left hip. 0eJtace r.
Reward for information. Dr. J. C. ront th. Onn.a.
n,M..iv Ail,,.,,,, Or la ttetr oontlnued vacuatloa b.ve
tltliuv ivj 1 ' -
and lots of them. Pencils, Ink and all
All School Books bought for cash, and
must sell FOR CASH ONLY.
withdrtwn from the entire Werter
Mischievous hobgoblins were not penuuuU. projecting Into Moon sound,
much in evidence in Weston Hal- in th gulf of Rig.,
lowe'en. although lesser sprites The Balitmns and the French have
with jack o' lanterns were quite nu- captured wrwd lmporUnt .Uents In
nierous and also amiable. Some" of tne region of Dlxmude. Along tb
them called at the Leader office and AUne front the French are violently t
Druggist - - - Weston, Oregon
During this month (November) we will give
FREE with every cash purchase amounting to
$10.00 or more, one of those beautiful Jardin
ieres (the Weller Pottery) none better.
Christmas' is coming, by the way, and a Jar-v-
diniere makes a pleasing present.
refreshed the hard-worked editor bombarding the German posts.
wi n Hweeimeais. ine uiir numms j.,iip. hi- Rnu in trnnni ..-;..'...,......,
4i postponed their raid until the night j ,he Rig, ictor. following Oermsn
after Hiulowe en, but displajetl no ev.cuation of . great section of
originality. They merely strewed gr01im formerly held by the enemy
Main street square, as usual, with waB announced In . Russian official
old buggies, wagons and imple- tttement.
tuents. jn their reverse of the past few
If squashes were 15-inch shells, " th Iwnw front the Italians
Hump Hooher raised enough to .ve teat ground rt.t it had taken
lmve whiiH'( the Kaiser on an acre emine , r
of ground at his place near town. &ln- Oorlts. which
II.. ..slinmles the er.m i,t five tons tOroe. have recaptured,
or more, mii.1 is feodimr it to bis on recently by
bad been ta-
the fofceg of
The Farmers Bank of Weston
hogs and cows with good, results. Cral Cdorna. but Chldale. to the g
He weighed two of the squashes, weaof the Iaonao river, which also
and one of thenr tipiwd the In-am lta to Mackensen. i. on Italian Ji
at (i.p and the other at 61 pounds. 11' J
A Wallowa county hog raiser who Italy , mettle la being critically jj
fnttenshis herd oil souashes savs tested by the tremendous teutonic
evsevs--' that pound for puund they are drive on th.I.ono front unaer om; u
' A Snug Retreat for your hours of leisure.
POOL- and BILLIARDS
FINE CANDIES, CIGARS, TOBACCOS
Lunches and Lunch Goods
E. E. ZEHM : : : : Proprietor
oetter feci! than barley.
Iam Davis and
mi.m INmmiw. iK.vl.a rf A m t . i a
III II' I ' ' ' ' ' I II' , IVJUlllll w.
nWilv 'vtFtimllv the entire Am- N
Gilbert Ellis are .,,, .rmy .nA tron. German force. 8
getting a wonderful cnp of iwta- m piMed .gainst the Italian.. Berlin
tin irom tour acres 01 me rrniis the defeat of this section of
(liver place south of town. The the XUkjiM foreee, from which It an
firsl acre dug yielded no less than noUnoe. the capture of 100.000 men
2 15 sucks and the rest of the tract Rnj -((q gu,
is going nearly as well. The whole
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mmoieu nic.n. iiik iuito an if , .
cords for the Weston country, where ? Ur. J. w. UAUUULCi
1(1(1 sacks to the acre is considered J r.rii.t u.t.rin.r. nn,M,
an extra goiyl crop of spuds. Old t . ..., nrm, X
alfalfa ground in a sub irrigated y
If you wish a farm loan, or
. renewal, see us.
draw was utihud in tins lruituneo.