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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1917)
I THE JUICY ROASTED TURKEY OR THE
SUCCULENT PllPKIN PIE I
Once more tho American hoiim-keeper will prepare for
Thankaglving Hay, with un eugerneHH and anticipation that
la JtiRtlhVd by the tiiHtiy new h-ln nnd conveniencca that
hovo ljwn provided la inako tho rooking nil nerving of the
Pinner a greater hiiccchh tliun ever.
In helping this great movement out Hon new a res Section
ha rwited out ull the handy accessories that provide bliort
cuts in rooking work.
More ro n few of the things Ihut will MAKK YOUK
PINNKlt A UIGCKK SlM'CliSS and that will inukt tho
work of preparation ennier:
Aladdin Aluminum KohhIcih. with t rny . $i.fd 7-.r4 '
Link Mght Hluo Kniimelod Steel Kouators V
White Kriiimt'h'd Steel Jtonatvra
Grey Knameled Hountcrn upward
Shift Iron KonHtora 7.V up
You will also bo Intcrcbted in tin Universal Cake Mixer,
$2.W)-Th Universal lireud Mixer. 2.75 our splendid lino
of Food ChopH'rH, Chopping Howls, Miming Knives. Yel
low Mixing Bowk Aluminum IV 'J ins,. Cuke Pans, etc.
Vho Davis-Kaser Co.
Homclurnbhine Department Store
10-20 Alder SUeet Walla Walla, Wash.
Furnished and Printed at the U-ader ollice
Sixty (minimum) $0 DO
One hundred 1 ao
Two hundred 1 75
Each additional hundred 0 15
I WILL BUY
all kinds of JUNK old iron,
old rags, old sacks, etc. and
also hides and wool, at TOP PRICES
North Water St.. below Pomeroy - Westoi;. Or.
Saturday, Nov. 10
By purchasing something at the 0. K. CANDY SHOP
you will help make a Christmas for some soldier boy away
from home. The profits of Saturday's business will bo
shared with the Hed Cross. Help swell tho fund.
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) -r none better.
' Christmas is coming, by the way, and a Jar
diniere makes a pleasing present.
X'Snuir Retreat for your hours of leisure.
POOL and Bl LLIARDS
FINE CANDIES, CIGARS, TOBACCOS
Lunches and Lunch Goods
w c tt?hm i : : Proprietor
Mih Mildred Smith of Uirkleton,
Willi.. Ih visiting Miss Eunice
Single room or room suitable'
for light houHf keeping fr rent.
Lidie' Dormitory. Mr. J. W.t
Tin- lien Wnhlcii liiH'k farm in
iniother year ly
(he Dry creek
lieell leased for
J.ihn MclOte and IU. Curmichacl
Were over from Walla Walla Sal
unlay and very wiwly invented
again in the Wintoii leader.
M ih. II. II. Tinker and non Kalph
nf t'ottoiiwood creek and Mr. ami
Mm. Kaolin and son Merman were
recent KueHta at the Wilwy farm.
During the month of NovciiiImt I
will give free with every cah pur
chase of $10 or more, fine of those
beautiful Weller jardinieres. De
At the Church of the Brethren ti
ller S. E. Decker in preaching the
Word with power in iu simplicity
each evening. Come and hear
him. J. BoncwiU, elder.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Iturne were
visiting Sunday at Helix, anil ent
(he ilay in an enjoyable motor lour
of the district in company with
their folates, Mm. Minnie Walker.
At McHride's barn, Weston, Sat
urday, Nov 17, at one o'clock p. m.
sharp, my farm stock, implements
ami chattel will Im; offered for Halo
at puhlic auction to the highest
bidder. J. II. Kockhill.
A car bt'ionirinif u noting of U,c Epworth League was
Cormick wf.! efrSm"2 held Friday evening at the home of
, , fence on the I J l J ' Mr, an(1 Mrs. J. II. Price. The
Wwton and whs left in a .w irked rd,.nt Mn4. AIict. w if.
end. ion. Later it ww "WJoJ H, Bt .'business mating and Mr.
everything movable by thieve, who , jilted the oroirram
even tiM.k the magneto to pieces. L'auu rrlcc program.
tn is This was very intereiiting and con-
There will Ik- preaching at 11 a. 8isttHj 0f vwal and instrumeUl mu-
m. and 7::iO p. m. next Sunday at and trtudy of the life and works
the Uniteil llrethren church. Morn- ,.f Martin Luther OctoU-r 31 1
ing Miliji-ct, rieawint Walk." hk the four hundredth anniversary
Kvening Mibject, "Two 0ieti f hU break with the Roman Church.
looi." All "ther tserviceH at the After the exercises all joined in
tiMiul houin. We kindly invite you playing charades. An evening of
(o church. K. K. Wriggle, patiUr. (.njnymeiit cliwed with a dainty
Tim parents and friends of Mi luncheon.
Kdna Manna's piano pupils were Ial . grain dealers have bii-n
ciilertaiiuHl by an informal recital advised by Uio Kerr Gifford V.
at the I'nyno home on Saturday- af- 0f ihu incorixirttiiim of thwir Uui-
U-rnHm from four until five. Tlw tiess under the name of Kerr
piano selections were very interest- Gifford & Co.. Inc. The business
ing and the songs by Mrs. K. G. 0f the North Pacific Grain Co. of
Saling and Miss Manna further ad- Seattle will be taken over and
diil to the pleasure of the evening, ducted by the new
t t. 1 1.. I,.;i,lf.r IN. A. Keaen, once a
FOR THREE WEEKS WE HAVE PLEADED FOR PAYTilBiT
OF ACCOUNTS AHD NOTES
If you have paidthe ad. doesn't plague.
If you have not paid better hustle lest we HA ID.
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 WI LL HAVE THANKSGIVING before X-M AS
Watts & Rogers
The regular monthly business
in remuung ior we m-um-i, -
which he says is indispensable, Fred d for many years prominent in
Gerberding writes Irom iianway, -"i". ...v.v, . -On-gtm.
that that fertile district 'tant manager of the new concern,
had a prosperous harvest season. IVter Kerr is t president. H. H.
All cn.ps were gwHl and there was Rasmussen is vice president and
a bumper crop of spuds. Spring Kyneral manager. The remaining
wheat went 30 bushels to the acre, directors an- Andrew Kerr and
"We all did our bit on the Liberty Thomas Kerr.
lan," says rYed.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
In busy cities or the 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 trying conditions in all parts of the .
world. People buy Ford cars because they know
what they have done and what they will do. They
have become one of the everyday necessities. --Tour
ing Car $-119.85. Kunabout 404.85, On -display-and
for sale by
H. L HEDRICK
The November meeting of the Ia-
Victor Coffman said good bye to dies Guild was held at the home
i. j.v. o.rr. nrior of Mrs. Man in Price, and was well
to his departure for American Lake attended. The ollowinp gurete
to acrve under the banner of Uncle were present: Mrs. F. D. Watts $
Sam. His parenU, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mw Donsltarnca. Mrs. Wichell of jt
M. Coffman came down from Lew- Touchet. Wash. An excellent lunch-
Iston- their prewnt home to see iwpwiipmi,i
him go. Tlie Coffman farm in the coffee was served by the hostess,
Dry creek neighborhood will be who was assisted in serving by Mrs.
conducted hereafter by Floyd Coff- L. I. 0 Harra and Miss Dons
,,, .. , Iiarnes. Tim guild's next meeting
y , will be held the first Thursday af-
The price record of East End ternoon in December at the home of
land was again broken the other Mrs. J. E. Stanfield, when. Mrs.
day. when Henry Koepke sold the O'Harra and Mrs. Stanfield will en
C. M. Brotherton place of 120 acres tertain.
near Athena to J. W. Hunter of . - , .
Milton for $250 an aciv. Mr. iim Cut ley has invested in a Hud
KiH'pke in turn bought of C. M. son Super Six.
Nelson 120 acres on the reservation,;
paying 215 an acre. This latter, rC(j (0S5 pay
tract was acquired by Mr. Nelson -
inaivoeiitdeal with Joe Key, who Ihe O. K. Candy Shop I u not
took over the MacKenr.ie place. , "l' N en.lH.i 10, as
. . "-,''"-. Irotit-Shiirmg Kwl t-russ Day. A
Luke Bead, prominent ' Athemi, percent of all the day's sales will go
farmvr and a son of Mrs. Martha to the Christmas Red Cross Fund.
Bead of this city, died at his home ; "Shall we be more tender with
there Wednesday afternoon from, our dollars than with the lives of
tuberculosis of the throat. After! our sons?" McAdoo, Secretary of
his return from roriiami, wnere the Treasury
The Best Tablets
and lots of them. Pencils, Ink and all
All School Books bought for cash,
must sell FOR CASH ONLY.
he was under treatment for a time,
Mi- Itowil linirered several weeks in
a dying condition. Ho was highly
regarded, and many friends join
in the sorrow of the bereaved fam
ily. The funeral services will be"
held at Athena at one-thirty o'clock
this afternoon. j
In a letter to his Weston home
from New York City Sidney Barnes
of the Army Engineers remarks
"I have been called you'uns in
Missouri, youall in North Carolina
and youse in New York and 1 would
sure like to be called you in Oregon
again but wouldn't get out now
if I could. If the Red Cross is out
of a job and youall, you'uns, youse
or you folks are rarin' for some
thing to do, sleeveless sweaters and
woolen, socks are extremely popular
with the boys just now especially
those of us who expeet to cross the
big drink tbis winter."
Dr. J. C. BADDELEY J g
Giadualt Veterinary Surgeon t Jj
Phono :K5 - Athena. Oreiron I a
Dr. A. F. Sempert
Graduate and Registered
Office Hours 9 to 12 a.
m.; 1 to 5 p. m.
Watts Building - Upstairs
Tbe Farmers Bank of Weston
you wish a farm loan, or
renewal, see us.
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