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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1918)
TIE KOST COME STOCK
OF HOME FURNISHINGS HI SOUTHEAST
If you contemplate furnishing a home, why not
make your selection from n big, complete stock
where you know that with your purchase goes an
unrestricted guarantee of satisfaction or money
back? Wo have by far the largest and most com
plete stock of everything to furnish your home, and
at prices that are unequalled, quality considered.
We are always glad to have you make your head
quarters at our store while in Walla Walla, and
while you are here will appreciate an opportunity of
showing you through our many departments, even
though you do not intend to buy now.
Uhc Davis-Kaser Co.
Homefurnlshlng Department Store
Pianos Music Phonographs
10-20 Alder Street Walla Walla, Wash.
Manas Flat HIU RvmIi Again.
Washington. Detail of tha lataat
Gorman dwiianila on Huaaia, rmalvad
at tba atata dipartiiimit from Swrdlah
. Rourcea, ihow that Ituaala haa lin
aakad to wake financial conreialona.
fil..b Il..M.,ah1Uithotm.ilf- hi ' P Moarow and othnr lare
wrond audi I'XiH'rii'firc within a
Mra. C. W. Hrownfield of Pen-
illclim was a viaiU.r in Weston yes- LllhMinl, ,h,r war Burd.n.
terday. Amatardam. Kmperor William baa
Iwt a ialr of eye glasses In laaued a tiroclamailun concerning I.I-
cane. Finder will kindly return to thuanla, In which ba aaya II la aa-
cltlea to tha Unrmana, to ca arm
ing troope and to dlaaolva all recently
formed tnllltary unlla.
Furnished and Printed at the Leader office
Sixty (minimum) '. $0 90
One hundred 1 20
Two hundred 1 75
Each additional hundred 0 45
viitit to her mother at
We aim to make
our work its best
WESTON BATHS, BARBER
and TAILOR SHOP
R. L. Reynaud I
1 Women and Misses
To drew correctly your
clothes ahould Imj AlADE-TO-OKDEK.
INDIVIDUALITY in the
key-note of good dressing-.
We tailor garments at prac
tically the same price as a
ready-made, but give you
superior garments in every
Se our complete line of
SUITS. COATS. DRESSES
and SKIKTS-C5 fashions.
Mra. J. F. Snider returned
day from a
Dayton. Wash. g
Mra. C. K. Fink la leaving Sun
day for Seaside to attend the grand
lodge of KelM-kuhM.
II. L. Hedrick and family have
moved into the Mm. I)uncun resi
dence on Washington atrn-t.
liny (otherwise young IVte)
O'llurra nan gone to Pendleton to
take a position with the Pendleton
Mra. I.. T. Mrltride, who haa
Iteen quite ill of late, has gone to
the M cBridf Broa. farm for a coun
I am now handling supplies for
Overland cam; alao vacuum cup
casings of all siws, and batteries.
Dr. S. L. Kcnnard.
Immediately after receiving his
diploma from Weston High, Hulon
Smith leaves for lYairie City, Ore
gon, to take a bank position.
Mrs. Dick Harris of Hingham,
Montana, is visiting relatives in
Weston and vicinity. She will
make the return trip in the Harris
Mr and Mrs. S. A. Barnes and
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stanfield are
leaving tomorrow to attend the
grand lodge of Odd Fellows at Sea
side. A tea will be given at the local
Red Cross rooms on Saturday af
ternoon. Everyone is cordially in
vited to .attend. No more Red
Cross sewing will be done until
S. S. Shields, the Milton-Free-water
produce desler, was in town
during the first of the week and
bought a car of potatoes. Mr.
Shields was once so fortunate as to
be a Weston resident.
sinned Lithuania will participate In
tba war burdens of Germany.
$ t'M'VaSVRftjIA'' hiTtt 5- i Maxine Culley, Mr. and Mrs. A.
l kSTT-ft-fht W'jrA t Bingham Sunday in the Culley Hud-
P Tv?VJl?fti4w :: Mr.. Emma H. Kinney, grand
--tA''rt'v'i'Trf : chief of the Pythian Sisters of Or-
t &fMty'S If :2Wi. visit Stephanie Temple
"'Hwf?1 M'A No. 34 next Tuesday evening. May
! j,3-k . sff . J , JA .1 21. when it is desired that all mem-
i! X-fts-S -rT -- J f-!M catch of trout-fifteen
KODAKS AND SUPPLIES
GOODWIN'S DRUG STORE
aVVaVAVVygvTv resentative having very
of all kinds
FISH in season
A. V. LUflDELL fe
bres who can possibly do so attend.
Fred Pittman made a beautiful
only, but large ones in the Uma
tilla river Sundav. Others found
'i the river too high for good fishing,
but Fred has both the patience and
i the know how.
74 mi 1 1 a cr. u n 1 .
J.ne wesion posiouice waa uruncii
into a few days ago but nothing
of value kwas taken. The culprits
happened to be Postmaster Van
Winkle hmself and Magistrate Lieu
alien. Uncle Sam's worthy local rep-
ately locked himself out.
Lester O'Harra, Vrgil Lundeil,
Happy Graham and Carl Brandt
spent Sunday on McKay creek and
had good fun but poor N fishing.
Eight trout only were taken by the
party. Will Price went out the
same day on our own little Pine
creek and took ten nice ones get
ting back, by the way, In time for
The Misses Helen Ross and Hel
en Klnne of Whitman College were
guests of the families of J. H. Wil
liams and Dr. Watts Saturday and
Sunday. Because of the trials and
OWE CARLOAD OF
has arrived 4 more coming all sold.
Now you can see the real thing. To get one you must put your order in.
Frank Berlin became convinced of the saving in cost and labor and ordered one Monday.
Not many more Bamboo Jointed Fishing Poles as
while the fishing is good
Grain sacks are
higHer and scarcer,
Place your i
GRAIN BIS and WAGON TMIS
Two-spool Sewing Machines
ELECTRIC WASHERS and BINDER TWINE
1 EVlf LI OLEUlUi
THRIFT STAMPS' FOR SALE
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if. .' I : . i l t J
j Bpeciive lumuiea in nuiiiesieau ujb
Si nn thn DoBrwatpr in Idaho, a warm
an4 that) Uontrin nriora OYr c
S7ptme. r THIS IS OUR NEW BOOKKEEPER
vivcu ui utvii mutual, vaiaji tn
"roughing it." Their return to
r? college by auto was quite in con
trast to the packhorse train in the
tall timber. V,
Wheat in Washington and Idaho
is In excellent condition with every
prospect for a heavy crop, accord
ing to field agents of the two states
who have just compiled reports.
E. T. Marchettii'' U. S. Agent for
Washington, with headquarters at
Spokane, etsimates a total acreage
sown of 432,000. He finds the
condition 90 percent as aganist 80
oercent at this time last year. The
S acreage abandoned is estimated at
li five percent compared with 33 per-
cent last year and an average of 9.2
fc! percent in previous yeara indicat
ing the desire everywhere to in
crease wheat production.
Guaranteed to handle everything correctly but balks
at overdrafts. Come in and see it work.
The Farmers Bank of Westen