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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1919)
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produces in the motor those
ideal conditions which cause
it to develop more Power
and Speed, run further on a
gallon of fuel, and really
adds 50 percent to the life
-and durability of any gasoline-driven
Box of 60 Tftnkii Tablets 60c.
Bos of 100 Tftnkii Tablets.....)
A. Fillips, Yestoa
.. Grain Tanlss
A. W. Lundell, Act.
All white some trimmed in dainty pinkor
navy blue--all of excellent material, ser
viceable, pretty, desirable garments; the
accumulation - of the past two seasons?
many of them worth twice what we ask.
But we desire to close them out and have
made two lots. All values up to $2.50 will
go for $1.19. All that sold formerly for
$1.00, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 will be placed
on the table at 89c.
Foi: Her Graduation
, The season of the year is gradually drawing near when we are
reminded of the Commencement occasion, and the pretty girl
and young man graduates come in for the major share of pride,
and admiration even temporarily placing the community house
i . in the background. For an appropriate present allow us to
JEWELRY FANCY PENCILS, PINS, RINGS, CHAINS, LAVELIERES.
DAINTY IVORY IN BRUSHES, v MIRRORS, NOVELTIES, COMBS HUNDREDS OF
SILKS, HOSIERY, WAISTS. BRASSIERES, CAMISOLES, DRESS MATERIALS. ETC
Rcmanber the date May 17.
Expert dentistry prices reasona
ble. Dr. Sponogte, Athena.
C. M. Schneider has return! to
the uplands from Washtuena to look
after his spring seeding.
Mm. I!. F. Alderman of Dry
crock ha been in Milton several
weeks receiving treatment for ath
ma, .. i ,
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Gore have re.
turned to their horn in Walla Walla
after residing teveral months In
Joe Wuner inverted this week
in a Fordson tractor. Manager
Adsms of the Liberty Auto Co. waa
at the selling end of tho deal.
The ladies of the United Broth
ren Church announce a sale of cook
ed food for Saturday, May 31, at
the store of the Weston Mercantile
Newt O'llarra took a dandy
trout, 23 inches long, from the
waters of the Umatilla river Sun.
X day. The fish was duly entered for
X the Watts & Rogers prise,
Ernest Walden is reported to
have sold his Prescott, Wahington,
holdings, 300 acres, for the round
sum of 130,000. Mr. Walden ex
pects to conduct a warehouse at
v f r-H . ! 1 .
aire. c. v. utiwuM rrr-ii- a
message Monday announcing the
X death of her sister, Mrs. S. G. Zim
X mcrmsn, at Albuquerque. New
1 Mexico. Mrs. Zimmerman is sur
V vived by her husband and three
While visiting a nephew at Her
miston recently A. J. Barnett was
seized with a severe attack of ery-
sipelas and had to return home.
"X Mr. Barnett stopped at liermiston
X while on his way to Wasco county
V to visit relatives.
j Recent rains have made assurance
I doubly sure of a bountiful wheat
V crop In the Weston country. An
V sll day driule Sunday was followed
8r by a shower Wednesday night and
X another today. Especially in the
IDLETOirS HOST nODERII
UP-TO-DATE DOiTAL OFFICE 1
Wo take pride in having a modern four-chair
dental office and equipment -something new and
We do only tho very highest grado of den
tistry. You can get work done cheaper elsewhere,
but buying dentistry is just like buying anything
else-you get just what you pay for. Cheap prices,
We will tell you what your work will cost you
before starting. You will .get tho very best mater
ial and workmanship, wo guaranteeing every
thing to please you and to be absolutely pain-.
leas. Your work will bo finished in ono day where
If you need plates -the kind you can wear in
your mouth-bridge work, crowns, any kind
of fillings, come to
Tie PropSo' Painless
755 Main St. (Corner Court) .
(Over Pendleton Drug Co.) Pendleton, Oregon
(OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS)
Dr. B. G. Vinson, Manager
Culld U Pleasantly Entertained
ft . ,T. . M '
All the care, study and experience and all that
they cost docs cot show, but when you have
found out that
. The color, do not fad
The stitches hold
The buttons stay en
The buttonholes do not rip. of '
The garment lose iu original comfortable fitting proportions,
Then you'll appreciate those hidden qualities
. that were given to you when you bought
. $1J50 and $2.00
The May meeting of the Ladies'
upland districts were the rains Guild was held at the home or Mrs.
timely and welcome. R. Proudflt, where Mrs. Proudflt
? Dan McKlnney. the Umapina and Mrs. H. Goodwin were the
Y hunter who passed through Weston hostesses.
Y recenUy with his two war dogs on Fourteen members and eleven
Y his way to Buck mountain, is re- were prm.nt, Tho guests
A ported to have killed a bear. wcrc Rev, a. Lock wood. Mrs. Lock
X George Brace ia credited with sim- wood Mr j, p. Robinson, Mrs.
X ilarlygood fortune while hunting Brock. Mrs. Berkeley and Miss
near uie rangers caoin.
1 Memorial Dav. Mav 30. will
i , appropriately vuacrvcu at nwiuii. mi .. -
Th in-avM in th lvl nmttriia Miss Price entertained the guild
& will be visited and decorated in the with delightful Instrumental music
morning, and exercises will be held and Florence Rose sang two pleas-
ROUS I'UST EE FULL V.HCHT
"DAIRY BUTTER" C!l WPiPS
Dairy butter must be full weight
and the words, "Dairy Butter,"
must be printed on the wrapper, In
order to comply with the require
menu of the Oregon pur food and
These facts were plainly set forth
by Inspector F. M. Phillips on a re-
Nasonof Pendleton; Mrs. McNce. l.'u.-n M Comn.nv
be Mrs. Watts, Mrs. Rogers, Mrs. Key tu,1nru to ,u Mtronjl
that it cannot and will not handle
butter unless the law Is strictly
complied with. Erpccial emphssis
is laid upon tho necessity of lull-
t , aftpmnnn. liev Alfred Tyvkwood read entertaininsc reminiscences or . ,, . . L
V of Pendleton has consented to give pioneer church wtk at Pendleton prlntcd ,t the Leader office will be
Y, the address. ana wesion. ma wwu rcprnted free of charge by
TaT if T IJ
X' in City park at two o'clock Jn the ing patriotic songs. Mrs. Blakeley ht
H. L. Hedrick and family left by
, Ford yesterday for a grand automo
bile tour, which will Include Port
land, Salem, Seattle and other
points. They expect to return by
way of Snoqualmie pass and Yak
ima valley. Mr. Hedrick will
attend the grand lodge of Odd Fel
lows at Salem.
A burning barn at Milton Satur-
flat, ntcrkf fuintafrifvl m fivA.vi.ar.nlrl
child of Charles Flock. The young
'ster, who had been left in the house
X 'w'th some older children, was no
X ticed entering the barn by somo
courageous boys, 'who bravely en-
Y tered the burning structure and
Y 'carried the child to safety.
' Wallace Nelson, who is now
Y traffic manager for Libby, McNeill
& Libby one of the country's big
X .packing houses with headquarters
X at North Yakima, Wash., is here on
X a vacation visit with his parents
j '"and friends. Wallace Is among the
Y "former Weston boys who are doing
'vancement in the "world of work."
Having taken the civil service
examination at Pendleton February
8. Ray Gordon has received notice
of his appointment as rural mail
carrier on route two out of Weston.
He succeeds Ray Jones, who has
been serving as temporary carrier
A guessing contest was arranged
for and created much interest.
Miss Brown was the successful con
testant, making all correct answers,
and won the prize. Mrs. R. L.
Rcynaud, Miss Mabel Colvin, Mlsa
Lurline Brown and Miss Edna
Hollenbcck became members of the
A delicious collation waa served
"al frcs'co," and ended a very
The next meeting of the guild
jvill be held at the home of Mrs. C.
H. Smith the second Thursday
afternoon in June.
of charge by the
publisher, with the two words re
quired, as rapid, y as his facilities
admit. It is only necessary for the
maker to leave his or her butter
wraps at the grocery store of the
Weston Mercantile Co., and we'll
do the rest. !
Aside from short-weight butter
and unlawful wraps, the Inspector
gave the Weston , Mercantile Co.'s
grocery department a clean bill of
Methodist Sunday School Outing
Special Council Meeting
At the city council meeting Mon
day evening it was decided to va
cate Main street between Franklin
and Broad streets for several days
to allow for moving the Memorial
Last Saturday 120 parents, child- hall building across the street. It
ren, members and friends of the is expected that the actual work of
Methodist Sunday school spent a moving the hall will occupy a few
pleasant and profitable day in visit- hours only, and meanwhile the
ing the place where Marcus Whit- street will be open for traffic as ,
man, his wife and thirteen others, usual.
were massacred. Says one of the The wooden water main on Broad
party: street from the bridge northward
"As we looked tenderly and feel- will be taken up and removed, and
ingly upon the stately shsft which steel main substituted for a distance'
has been erected to the memory of of several blocks. Two sections of V
these devoted martyrs, and as we steel main will be put In on Wash-
gathered around the mausoleum ington street also. , '
which contains their remains, our It was voted to permit the Mem-
minds were carried back to the time orial Hall Association to lower the
72 years ago when their lives were grade on Broad street under super J
sacrificed upon a soil they had learn- vision or the street committee, In
Mr. Gordon assumes his duties May ed to love. All were convinced
24 and when the roads are good
will probably use his red "bug" on
part of his trips-
' It is estimated that all the pota
X toes in the Weston country have
now been disposed or with trie ex
ception of about a thousand sacks.
Andy T. Barnett, produce buyer of
the Weston Mercantile Co., took oh
600 sacks this week from C. M.
Schneider and Tom Booher at $33
per ton. He has shipped this
spring a little over 300 tons. , Wes
ton's entire last year's crop was ap-
- 'Y Prox,mBte,y 00 c-. f "teen cars
: O went out last fall and 25 this
that Marcus Whitman looked to the
importance of securing Oregon as
an American possession, and that
to him more than any other one
man is due the fact that we are now
order to make a better approach on
this thoroughfare to the new hall
site. , ;y . 'j
By a vote 'of thret to two tha
council rescinded Its action in low
erlng the dance license for the two
living under the Stars and Stripes nights of the pioneers' picnic. The
here in Oregon rather than under license thus stands as fixed by or- -;:
the banner of St. George." dinance $50 per dance.
The beautiful City Park of Walla
Walla was a fitting place for the Edgar Forrest, one of the reser-
enjoyment of the splendid dinner vat Ion's big farmers, does not in-
which had been provided. tend to neglect the lowly spud. Ho
The school deaires to say that it Intends planting one hundred acres, '
feels Indebted and deeply grateful principally netted gems, and was '
to Mrs. R. G. Baling, Marvin Price In town Thursday after additional
and Worth Watts for. the use of seed. Trajan Tucker, who has '"
their cars in the absence ol other almost qualified as a spud suecial-
cars which did not arrive.
1st. ia planting 60 acres.