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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1918)
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To Wliotii It Muy Coiiivni:
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tnenced Inking mime uei-onllng to directions. I weighed only one
hundred nml thirty pound. In ten days I gained seven ound unil
I nm gaining at tht rate of llv pounds a week ami we Uh one
hundred unl flfly-flvo iMiumU at iln- puwnl time. Tanlac beat
any medicine 1 have ever taken t build up u run down rytem. I
would not take $1(10 for what it ha done forme. It In Ihc I est
medicine that I linve ever taken for taturrh of the head ami 1
i..w. iri.ui k,.t..nil iliir. ic-i.t kind of t'Htarrh medicine, my ca- :
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been (differing for morn than twenty yearn, hua almont diaap- Jj
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believe I can ilo as much harl work an any man. Youra.truly,
Tor Sale by
II. GOODWIN, DruUt
We aim to make
our work its best
- Church of the Hrethren- Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Preaching at
1! a. m. t:. W. 8. at 6:!,0 p. m.
Ilihle Study. Life of Christ, at 7:30
p. m. John IJonewitx, elder.
Methodist Church- Sunday school
at 10 a. m. Preaching services at
11 a. m. and M p. m. Kpworth
league at 7 p. m. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening. S. K. Powell,
United Hrcthren Church Preach
ing at 11 a." m. and 8 p. m.
Sunday school at 10:00 a. m.
Junior C. K. at 2:30 p m. C. E.
meetlntr at 7 p. m. Prayer meet
ing Wednesday evening. E. K.
Ituptiat (liurch The Oiurch with
a cordial welcome for all. Sunday
chuol at ten o'cloik, preaching at
eleven. AIo preaching at eight
o'clock in the evening. W. R.
ittle or gig
FHESH M15ATS W'tl T
of all kinds rjtl V
Wholesale - Retau f'i ,
FISH in eaon it7V f tlM .
A. V. LUIiDELL
Prcston-Shaffcr Milling Co.
Athena, Oregon . Waitsburg, Wash.
Made of selected bluestem in one of the
best equipped .mills in the Northwest.
Sold In Weston by
Weston Mercantile Company
Well furnished houw- U rent;
modern appoint menU. II. Wad
dingham. Mr. and Mra. Frank Smith are
exited t arrive tomorrow from
Walla Walla to trnd their vacation
Mioa Eunice Wilaey of Weaton i
awiating Mr. Ore 1 1 McPherrin at
the Athena bakery thi week, re
MrU Uie IVena.
Jack Elliott, who cornea from
Lo Angt-lea, haa ucceeled L. W.
llodgca aa ek-ctrician with the
Mm. Warren A. Wool arrived
Tueaday evening from (Jold lleach,
Oregon, for a visit with her pa
renU, Mr. and Mra. L. S. Wood.
Mm. Delia Laraon and daughter
Glenadine of Walla Walla are via
iting at the home of Mra. Laraon'a
parent, Mr. and Mra. G. DeGraw.
Mra. W. L. Kobbina, Mra. Lillian
Fredcricka. Mra. R. G Saling and
Mra. W. A. Wood were on a motor
ing trip to Walla Walla yesterday in
Mra. Saling'a car.
W. W. Hurrt of Freewater will
receive f 27,000 for hia prune crop
this year and the net profit will be
$22.&00, the coat of operating the
orchard being $4500.
Zeke O'Harra. who not long ago
enlisted at Portland in Uncle Sam
uel'a "truck gang." U already at ft
training camp in Vermont. He ex
pect toon to be sent across.
A meeting of the Boy Scout will
be held tomorrow (Saturday) after
noon at two o'clock sharp In the
basement of the Methodist church.
By order of the scoutmaster.
Nat Hale and Walter William
left by team Monday morning for
Wallowa county, where they expect
to put In 40 day more of harvest
work. They will hunt and fish ft
little while. crossing the mountain.
Lester Leach and family of Ash
land, Oregon, formerly of Weston
mountain, are visiting the H. Wad
dinghams. Mr. Leach i employed
by the Southern Pacific, and is on
The case in which Homer I. Watt
of Athena waa defendant, charged
with catching trout under six inche
in length, was dismissed yesterday
in Justice Lieuallen court on mo
tion of the district attorney.
Raymond McGrew will leave
Portland August 28 for Camp Lewis
to enter service a ft soldier. G.
A. R. McGrew, who has been here
for the harvest season, returned to
Portland this week to bid the boy
We arc showing a complete and
attractive line of samples from the
Ideal Ladiea Tailoring Co. We feel
assured that local ladies will be in
terested in seeing thi line before
ordering their next season's coat
or auit. R. L. Reynaud.
Frequent rain have delayed har
vesting in the Weston neighbor
hood and will probably bleach the
wheat yet standing, to aome extent.
However, the skle cleared yester
day. The rain will greatly benefit
mountain spuds and also the local
Mr. and Mrs. H. Waddingham are
preparing to move to Walla Walla,
where they will keep house for
their daughter, Mr. Earl Lieual
len, while her husband is In the
army. Mra. Lieuallen is filling
her husband's position in the First
National Bank of Walla Walla.
Two and one-half miles of gravel
road completed last week and six
mile contracted for is the record of
the week In good roads building in
Walla Walla county. It is expected
that the amount of gravel roads to
bo constructed will be steadily in
creased from now on as the farmers
begin to be enthusiastic about road
Louis Nolte is picking the second
crop of strawberries nice red ones
in his nifty little garden In the
upper end of town. The vines are
not only bearing berries but are also
in bloom, and he even has a pear
tree that is blooming. We are
again reminded that the late Char
ley Besserer would be certain to
say: "Such is our wonderful cli
Governor Withycombe will be a
tildtnr cmin at the Pendleton
Round-Up, September 1 9-20-21 . In
response to an Invitation trora rres
ident Til Taylor the governor ex
pressed the opinion that he would be
unable to resist the lure of Pendle
ton' big annual cowboy carnival,
even though the pressure of war
duties is crowding him for time.
He expect to be present for at
least one day of the show and pos
sibly more. Other prominent state
officials arc also txpcti t9 fktttnd,
ODY GET YOUR
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Hunting season for grouse and na
tive pheasants is open and deer
season opens September 1st.
Male Chinese pheasants may be shot the
first seven days in September. Permits
may be had at our store.
We carry a large and complete
stock of hunter's needs in both
guns and ammunition. On loaded
shells our prices are especially at
tractive. We have not found it
necessary to advance our prices on
shells, owing to large purchases
made in anticipation of an advance
in wholesale cost.
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fJinchester "Leader" and
are the best, and we have them.
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We, have for distribution, complete
"Oregon Fish and Game Laws" for
1918. Yours for the asking.
WATTS & ROGERS
The Weston Leader is on a Cash Basis
Subscriptions, Jobwork and Advertising
Tbe Farmers Bank of Weston
East OregonlaiK D. H. Wilsey
of Weston, 63 years old, was over
come by exhaustion in the Plaza
block in Portland Tuesday after
noon and was removed by the police
to the Multnomah hospital, where
he is reported to be in a serious
condition. He was unconscious iur k,.
some time Tuesday. His daughter wvffWmwi
a m lir.tt Wn)t. iroufAP. ma t $
arrived irom aim " m j-dv.
day morning. He is also said to
be suffering from a serious case of
heart trouble. Mr. Wilsey came
to Portland to see Grand Army men
whom he knew when he was a lad.
William Russell, 18, and Emmctt
Rothrock, 16, of Athena, are being
held for hearing in the juvenile
court at Pendleton. The boys were
in car, together with two boys
from Pilot Rock and in joyous mood
were said to be creating a disturb
ance when arrested at Pendleton.
They had two bottles of whiskey,
i Watt & Rogers are preparing
to build ft new concrete sidewalk,
160 feet long and six feet in width,
along the Frankiln street side of
their property. They will also con
struct a substantial new hitching
rack. George Schnitzer will do the
Bud Nelson has on sale the Little
Wonder Light Plug for Ford cars
which is all that name implies. Try
one. Only $3.50, and it will im
prove your light at all speeds in a
really wonderful way.
Charles Ruckles of Long Beach.
Calif.; an old-time Echo friend of
N. Loveridge, was a guest during
the first of the week of Mr. and
Buy War Savings Stamps with
your harvest wages. . .