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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1919)
PATENT, WHOLE VIIEAT and QUOAD,
Yellow and White ;
STEAM-ROLLED BAKLEY AND VV1ICAT
-CRUSHED AND CUACKED COKN
We will crush your cob corn for you, or shell and crush it;
or, if dry, grind it into corn meal.
GENERAL FEED ROLLING AND EXCHANGE
JOE HODGSON - HIE HIER
Furnished and Printed at the Leader office
Sixty (minimum) $1 00
One hundred... 1 35
Two hundred." 2 00 :
Each additional hundred 0 CO
While on his way to Wtuton Sal-
inluv. walking over from Athena.
Jtobert L. Chapman wu struck by a
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I uminli rnowrcycie mm
c -thigh was badly broken. Mr. Chap
man wu conveyed w uic norm- vi
Mr. I), ft. Kuwcra. and
Work how, wrlght about 1200 WM tf,cre attended by Dr. McKin
pounda, for aale, Andy T. Barnett.',, The motorcycle contained two
Mr. and Mra. Craig Drlakell arc nien, who brought the Injured man
visiting In Wton this week from to town In their machine and gave
near Wall Walla. . their name.
It U reported that a little child Mr. and Mra. II. Goodwin and
of J. IJ. Grow wan severely burned ''Mra. Mary McNee are motoring to
a few days ago In an accident at hia , Portland for two weeka of enjoy
home near Waahtucna. ,,nient. Curran McFadden will con-
office on the second floor of the n noU?d
'icnor, at rurunu
F. II. Beathe, Miss Sylvia Beathe
and Arthur Beathe have returned
to their home in Seattle, after at
tending the funeral of their beloved
son and brother. Mri. F. II.
Beathe will remain for quite an
Weeton Mercantile building
8. S. Nelson, the popular O-W.
agent at Wraton atation, will now
be able to drive to and from town
In a new Chalmers touring car,
bought of the local agent, C. II.
V W K..lli-mi.!.T of Woodburn.
grand master of the Masonic order, Helix High won from Weston
will viait Weston lodge the evening High in a clow and inU-restng ball
of May 20. The Milton and Athena game on the local diamond Wednes-lodgt-s
will be invited to meet the diiy, acore six to five. Tuck Smith
grand mauler here. ' " and Swede Blomgren were W'eston'a
Having tired of quiet village life battery,
at Portland, where he waa connect- jjra. Jtosctta White, widow of
ed with the street railway system t()e atc Samuef M. White, died
In the capacity of conductor, Ole yav 14 R(, wr home in Athena.
Wratfall haa returned to the bustle 'ie WM tne mother of ten children,
and excitement of this metropolis. sjx of whom survive her.
while eggs are plentiful.
Goodwin's Drug Store
The first kiln of the aeason, con- c w rjrownfit.d Pendleton
You Will Like iBe
That Old Ivory Bedroom Set
when you see it in- bur window.
YOU WILL LIKE IT BETTER
when you see it in your
MM Mure Store
.18 Fanners Baioi Weston
Everybody knew the "Empire Builder," James J.
Hill. Se- what he says on thrift:
"If you want to know whether you are
destined to be a success or failure in life
you can easily find out The test is simple
and it is infallible. ARE YOU ABLE TO
SAVE MONEY? IF NOT. DROP OUT.
YOU WILL LOSE. You may think not,
but you will lose as sure as you live. The
seed of success is not in you.
SAVE AND PAY UP
Athena, Orejon Waitsburg, Wash.
Made of selected bluestem in one of the
best equipped mills in the Northwest."
, Sold in Weston by
Weston Mercantile Company
under way. The work fa progress
ing favorably, with every prospect
of a successful season for Weston's
Mrs. Margaret Benton Bcattie
wife of Dr. J. A. Beattie at one
time president of the Eastern Ore
gon State Normal School died
recently at her home -in Lincoln,
Nebraska. Mrs. Beattie ia well
remembered at Weston as a woman
of high Christian character.
Oscar Getty and Mr. Burnham,
partners of L. W. Barnes in operat
ing a pack train out of Chelan,
Wash., during the tourist season,
were dinner guests Tuesday at Cie
G. DeGraw residence. Mr. Getty
haa just been honorably discharged
from the army of Uncle Sam.
Surveyors were at work this
week In W. A. Barnes field, locating
the route of the new paved high
way. It ia said that the tract occu
pied by Mr. Barnea' house and barn
will have to be cut off from hia
field by the highway, in order to
admit of the required five-percent
You feel different the f minute
you take it a gentle soothing
warmth fills the system.. It's a
pleasure to take Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea. Helps purify the
blood, drives out the germs of Win
ter, gets you hustling, bustling,
full of life and energy. 35c. H.
Ward F. Baker has telegraphed
his father from a military camp in
Wyoming that he will be at home
In Weston in a few days. Ward
was in much of the fighting on the
western front as a member of Bat
tery B, 128th Field Artillery, and
conducted himself, we'll be bound,
in a manner becoming the son of a
civil war veteran.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Barnes and
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. King left yes
terday In Mr. King's car to attend
the grand lodge of Odd Fellowa
and the Rebekah Assembly at Sa
lem. They may return by way of
Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stan
field are leaving for Salem Sunday
by train, and Mrs. U. H. Smith
goes Saturday night.
Andy T. Barnett, produce buyer
for the Weston Mercantile Co., an
nounces that he has found an en
couraging prospect for a straw
'berry market this season. " He will
have to supply a certain quantity
to the buyers, however, and would
like to get into touch with the
growers at once and secure an esti
mate of what each expects to be
able to sell. -
Robert F. Reynolds writes the
Leader a very welcome letter from
Connell, Wash., enclosing two ses
terces to show his appreciaton of
this valuable sheet. . He says that
Franklin county has great prospects
for good crops this year the best,
for several years. Fall wheat is
looking fine, with plenty of moist
ure in evidence to carry it through
the hot weather.
.' Swinging on a trapeie in the sub
station of the Pacific Power &
Light Co. in Freewater Monday
night at midnight Cecil Irwin, night
man in the Freewater sub-station,
came into contact with a 25,000 volt
wire and was electrocuted. He was
performing on the trapeze when he
struck the high voltage wire with
one foot and was terribly burned.
Irwin was 18 years old.
LIBERTY AUTO CO.
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So Easy A
Watts i ESogers
IF IT ISN'T HERE it is OVER THERE
P. S. Have you seen the $15.00 fly rod
' and the Martin Automatic reel
that we are going to give to some
Prices on Goodyear Tires Reduced 15 Percent and Better
WATTS & R