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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1917)
We Are Clad to Announce Thai W Make
How thankful we are that we are not forced to resort to CLEARANCE SALES, UK
DUCTION SALES, etc! When we receive our merchandise we mark it as close as possible
and the result is our stock is never overloaded. While the other fellows are holding their
CLEAN-UP SALES, etc., of ODDS AND ENDS, we are Retting our new merchandise and
8cllins it in many cases for less than they ask for the odds and ends. Our big SHOE ItUSf
NESS the last few days is positive proof that we are underselling all competition in the shoe
line as well as all other lines. THINK IT OVER.
Oil cloth, all color 2"
House lining 05-.00.1.
White outing 1',-.15
White outing 36 in 15
Colored outing Y2:li
Coata thread 04
CoU crochet thread 10
Cortecilli silk thread. 101 yd W
Calico, all colon 07 '
Percales, all colors
Percales, i in
9-4 Pcpperill sheeting.
Indian head tubing. . .
Turkish towels, pair. . .
..... Id Hy' overalls. Am. dye '. . .
li-.U'tt I Hoys' overalls, d'erniau dyc.ft''
. . .10
! Men's overalls, Am. dye tW-.KI
Men's overalls, German dye VIS
Canvas gloves OH'j-.IS'b
Canvas gloves, leather face H
Work sox 08',-l-Si
Woo! x p.is
EVERY DAY VALUES as above spell success for
J THE GOLDEN PUUT Gr J
: CURK WOOD, f..luh.
assigned the work of distribution to
tlte Weston h-ader. and the leader
will again nominate and apoint
-TL- V... 1 1 til Piicm.ffitr Von Win L li nti nclKtant
M...V. ii rr. .. . .. . . i A pretty welding took pine
vrn.: " l ,TO . V Thanksgiving day at the home of has long been employe,!
cn memucr oi me nous.- is hi- Mr. and Mrs. N. II. Nelson, when
this nc;r (Inuk'hter. Nellie Klcne, was
THANKSGIVING DAY NUPTIALS
pretty wedding took
Mr. ami Mrs. Sim J. t'ulley spent
Tlumksigving with Mrs. IMa-eea
t'ulley at Walla Walla.
lawrcnc IVnnington was called
Wednesday to Eugene to attend the
funeral of his stepmother.
Nat Hale was in iVndletoit Tues
day and isitod a( the home of
his brother, William Hale.
Mrs. A. (arson und children of
Walla Walla were veiling during
the lirst of the week at the iMirnw
Mr. and Mrs, I., S. WohI and
t'lnrk Wood weiv dinner guests
Tliimksigving of the K. II. Ibiyils
For Sale Cheap --Two fresh cows
with calves. Shorthorn stock; also
two-year-old heifer and live calves.
I. ('. Hopkins.
I inn in the market for old news
paHrs and nmgH.mcs of all kinds,
at 'M rents per luinilred (mumls.
John Key nolds.
flail Miller Williams of WeMoit
gave a group of readings ut the
tenehers' institute in Pendleton
Tuesday, and was nveived with
Mrs. J. Hodgson atid children
went to I .a Crosse for Thanksgiv
ing, .leaving Joe and Hob to U' as
thankful as possible at home un
tier the eireumslaiMfs.
l.owcll Ihmean has gone to Port
land, and is now enroll.il with the
working force of the large flouring
mill where his "big brotlier" Orvai
All user, of rUea FLour. Nature.
Flavored, at jl-d that this community
Is to fciitunstt as lo be able lo eeue
this much lr flour made by out
Amtrican M.tvel Mill.
FLavo PLeur Is in etlebraied flour
o widely ailvt nlssd Nationally.
Your dtalti can ea.ll surrly you
with FLavo FLour. Insist en (suing
FLavo FLour. Wt will supply you
ulisct or thtough your dssltr.
Order a Trial Sack Today
- Try h. and ittuin to ut what you don't
us, and w will at one rttuin your
money if you art not mots than pwasaa. ,..,.i tn !
V.,u know ut and wt know thai FLavo FUur I certain
you (italtsi saiuiacnou.
rLour wads at our mill.
vi.n.it. most welcome to sea FLavo
Bolt maktit air tala tommuuiiy.
WESTON MILUNG CO.
Also Weston's Hint ami W lmlu Wheat Hour; tirahatu, Cereals,
Feed and Hay; Seedtirain, Stock Food and Poultry Supplies. Wt
do custom milling. Your J patronage solicited, W. L. KobUINa.
FUPAT. ROT. M
117 lowed 5tKHl packages fewer
year than last and Congressman
Esttttd tt th ytitstfks at Wtitss. Ortgsa Sinnott js anxi0us to get the seeds
An unusually long stretch of ir
reproachable fall weather was fol-
si Mcsad-cta aull matter.
"Laugh and grow fat." if you
cannot grow fat by lloovcrizing.
into the hands of those
and will use them to the
w ho can
1 Statisticians frequently refer to
While Mrs. De Saulles has proven the civil population of Germany,
that 6he is impulsive, this does not when if they went there they w ould
constitute, we think, a complete de- probably find it about as civil ns elaborate wedding dinner
fense for the murder of her di
vorced husband. She should at
least be reprimanded.
Leon Trutxkv was. once a fifteen-
a-week reporter in New York, but
t it doesn't follow that the loss to
: Amercian newspaperdom vas Rus
the fretful porcupine.
Mrs. llieliKi is one tif Wtton's
most Hipiiliir girs, having livel
The Kais-r's "victorious troops" jlpr fnm, c-hililKMMj. The bride
are fast finding themselves lietwecn rgoom is an employe of the O-W.
the ItWIla vt the Hallnn armk-s and K. N.
the CharyMis of the Alps.
unueu in marriage o wr. ninmm owed ypsterday hy a "king
(!. Phelps. min J PluviiiH KuviniF flnullv do.
Rev. W. S. I-nyne -rforme! the , mwt ,bo vjewn of ,hc
ceremony in the presence of rcla- fnnm.r
lives ami friemls. The ring cere-
monv was used. Notice to All I 'a Irons -I will
' The bride, who is a pretty blonde, store your car for the winter, take
was attired in a becoming suit of care of batteries and radiator,
blue broadcloth and carried bride's Your car always ready to go at a
moment s notice, t-ome in and
the happy event a most talk it over with me. II. L. Hed-
was no wcsion i.arage.
Hie Utah-Idaho .sugar company
will start work at once on n big
sugar beet plant at Toponish,
which it is said will equal in size
the 2.rn,(MM) structure juot com
pleted at Yakima. Toppcnl;h bust-
We loan money on first class Oregon and
Washington farms at lowest rates. No red tape
and no delay. Write direct and save money.
Qive full details in first letter.
We refer you to any bank In Portland.
606 Concord Bid.
Honor guests at the wedding, men chwd their stores and in
Overland Willys-Kniglit j
LIGHT FOUR, 6-passenger $ 885.00
BIG FOUR, 5-passenger 1046.00
SIX CYLINDER, 45 h. p 1490.00
WILLYS-KNIGHT, 7-passenger . 1650.00
Thi OvorlaiKl I.IkIiI Four is light in wtlght and dig in puwer. It
were Mrs. It. I.. MCKcnneii ami
Mr. R. f. McKennet of Portland,
grandmother anl cousin, respee-
The popularity of the Sunn P'ayint?
South as a winter resort nowadays, knave,
says a dry newspaper wit, is due
not so much to the sun as to the
fact that she has the moonshine
Hy character and temiierament
the Huss seems well niialifH-l for tively, of the groom
Mr. and Mrs. meiiw
secured pledges of ti'JUO J.
the fjol to the German
Seattle to spend their honeymoon.
high noon Thanksgiving day spiritual
Nine convention of tha Larma
MiMiooarr Movement will bi held In
The mvstcrv as to the wherea- rgon nd w'"hlnton ,n mary
ine niystcry as 10 mt wntrta Mrch ccord)nR , ,n ,nnounc
bouts ot tnc Wiglisn neci is soiveu m,nt by c j,rk,on, of tattle,
The morning subject of Pastor
Wriggle at the Unit-d Hrethren
church will be, An All Night
Wrestling Match. In the evening
he will discuss, A New Herald.
"At ten I our services and enjoy a
blessing and fellowship
Mr. Jos- with your nelghlwr," says the
The Red t'ross affair .Saturday
evening was successful from very
incctH every touring demand. It aatUlica in ticrforinaticc, In appear
ance, in cumuli-umi ai a price you can altera i pay. v
The Overland Pig Four U the wurld'a mint iwerful low-priced car. K
It U fundanivntally the name car which year after year far many yean c
h enabled Uvvrland lu lead, hy a wide margin, all ran of audi cum-
furtahlu ize. J;
The Willya Kniglit Hleuve-valva Motor hokla every world's record a
ft,r li-nirl h ,if nin. iM,w.r iirnfliirLI. mlMinr uf u u.r. ml lurk uf CMrtMMt It
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,I.-IUX.IC,. 1 II...H Hl Hit., HI, . fvm ', I.UWIIH'WIIV HIV.'I.
r'our tliouitmiilii uf iiiiliw iH-yond the useful
Willvi-Knielil Motor roiitiniit'. to deliver at lu hiehent ulticienrv
This aeaaon'a Willya-Knighta are the uiont lH.aullful thu factory ha
ever built. See tlieav ran and be cviivlncul.
the German fleet comes aecratary of the Laymen's Miwilonary
- The commissioner of the port of
It is unlikely that the scientists Bandon hre a,,Pted a "",'t'"
. ,. - . .. , . extend the apur Jetty Insldf tbc barber
w.ll d.sciver any relat.on between to connwt wUh ,he gou(h bar JeUy
the prehistoric bone unearthed at Fuildg wtll b drlved from (he sale
Helix and the unhistoric Ixmehead of booda. which have already been
in the Bulldogger sanctum since voted by the port
k.. ;n nlacU Kv klmlf IncreaiK-d bualneaa ia making nea-
aary the tacond
Miss Zelma D. Brown and
eph J. Read were united in mar
riage at the home of the bride's
parents, M. ami Mrs. IC. W. Brown.
Rev. S. K. Powell KTforn.el the K,an,1M,jt( IU not a patriotic ilime
ceremony in tl.e pn-s-nw of n-la- , tMtr iwiwd Comman.l.rring.
1, a Iew '"'aif "wnria. xhc ljoothH were dainty an.l attrm-
The parlor was attractively decor. tiv,, am, the supikt a culinary tri
at with i white chrysanthemums. ,, T,M ,,an)J , , ()urj
The br..l. was prettily frwked ,mrt of the evening. R.wipts were
in n smart traveling suit ami earned fiS."2.
a laiuipiet of white row.-s. Miss
Ruth R-ad played the wedding Pendleton Tribune: J. V. Tur-
ner nas niei a petition in the coun-
of any other typo the ii
Westoa Agent ;i
Dr. S. L. KDillARD
enlargement of the
march, and the young couple were
attended by Mr. and Mrs. John
The ring ceremony was used by
the ollicmtmg minister, ami was
ty court to have a guardian ap
(minted for J. M. Turner, who he
alleges is iiicomi-vtent to longer
handle his business affairs. The
value of all the property of
Turner is about $750.
And yet, yet let us occasionally punt at Bead In two years. Extension impressive and beautiful. II w;is petitioner represents that the total
' permit ourselves a few pangs of of the dry shed and tbe installation followed by congratulations und a
ptiy for an unfortunate War Lord r flv new P'aning machines are me Thanksgiving dinner.
: who has to be the father of such a "i" .
; Preliminary work baa been under-
aismai miniary ianure as ine uke by enginera of the O. W. R.
Crown Prince. N. Co. to teat the character of the
soil underlying the surface near the
Mr. and Mrs. Read left last even
ing for a honeymoon trip.
Before long the U boat will only right of way Just west of Cascade
be a terror to the German sailors. Lck Preliminary to constructing a
$100,000 drainage system for the pro-
tection of the main line tracks.
According to figures secured from Longstoremen of Portland and the
reliable sources by the United States Columbia river district have been
Food Administration, the average granted an Increase in wages of S
of meat by the civil cen" nour """S01 " no ''
cents iu nuur uvvriuiic, ujuhiii ius
pay 65 cents an bour straight time and
Dr. J. C. BADDELEY
6radcate Veterinary Surgeon
Phone aai-'G - Athena, Oregon J inch the brave young soldier
population in Germany is one-half
; pound per week per person, distrili- $J , nour overtime on all but general
uted through a rigid system of
food cards. Other staple food prod
ucts are likewise restricted. .
If you can't raise a pig, cave
one. You can do so by eating less
With all his faults Czar Nicholas
was a better ruler for
a German spy.
coastwise cargo, which remains 60 and
Secretary of State Olcott has issued
a warning to automobile owners of
tha state that the business of tbe auto
mobile department is liable to become
so congested by January 1 that unless
applications are sent In at once It
may become a physical impossibility
to forward tbe licenses on tbe day of
the receipt of tbe application.
Dr. A. F. Sempcrt
Graduate and Registered
Office Hours 9 to 12 a.
m. ; 1 to 5 p. m.
Watts Building - Upstairs
The local company of Boy Scouts
recently organized, went out on
their first hike Wednesday this
being what is known as the "ten
derfoot test." A number of the
boys have already received their
khaki uniforms, and look every
,1 L. ,S. rowel I has direction of the
organization aa scout master.
A delightful school entertain
ment was given in High School au
ditorium Friday evening, every
room contributing to an excellent
program of musical and literary
exercise. Since the event numer
ous expressions of appreciation
have been heard, many saying that
it was the best school affair they
have ever attended in Weston. Net
proceeds of $47.30 went to the Red
P. T. Harbour
Congressman Nick Sinnott, this
district's conscientious and hard
working representative, coinej to
bat again this Beason with the an
nouncement that he will have a cer
tain quota of vegetable and flower
seeds for distribution among his
HOMER I. WATTS
Practices in all Slate ami KeUera
W. M. Pettnoa G. H. Buhop.
Peterson & Bishop .
He has again Pendleton, Or.' Freewater, Or.
mile mark. uv ruiriiffrt vMmimJ r m
-.H-"K It CAMOH nvirt
mi tvfftlilttr. H riivrvnm.
PATCMTa BUILD FORTUNtS for
wl Mve rm nvmvr Writ. flr.
D. SWIFT h CO.
303 Seveatb St., Washlnotm, D. C.
Mrs. R. G. Saling entertained a
few friends at an informal musical
Saturday evening. Especially enjoy
able contributions to a delightful
program were made by Miss I'Jdiia
Ilanna of the Malen llurnetl School
of Piano Playing, Walla Walla, who
interpreted with vivid beauty tin
works of thir great comiiosers.
Dainty and appetizing refrjhmouts
were irv;ij. The guests were:
Mr. and Mrs. II. Goodwin, Mr. and
Mro. J. II. Williams, Mr. and Mrs.
C. II. Jeluon; Mrs. M. C. McNee,
Mrs. Lillian Fredericks;- Miss Edna
Uabna; Ut. Clark Wood.
Prcston-Shaffcr Milling Co.
Athena, Oregon . WalUburg, Wash.
Made of selected bluestcm in one of the
best 'equipped mills in the Northwest.
Sold in Weston by
Weston Mercantile Company