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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (May 7, 1920)
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fie that your subscription expires
Msv 1. 1920. We would nwt
gratefully appreciate your prompt
"subscripUon rates-by the year, Roy Road is leaving this week for
$2.00; six months, $1.00; three Enterprise.
months, 60 cents. Shipment of good, havy, Cascade
Te Leader is invariably discord slabs just in. G. G. Ellis,
tinued at expiration. Secure your carnations for Moth-
era Hay from Mrs. N. Loveridjre.
. All our bill, sre due sndpsysble the
Another of the aerlea or pieaaam . . ,
,w. by th. Athen.-W-ion first of every month. O, A. Adam,
l Nt, American l.eilo... I- announced Koy Hilborn ami A. Moser, exrt
for tomorrow .venln, at th. Alheoa Walla Walla sign writers, are doin
.iu.r house. Th d.nce. are i.rov some work in Weston.
, - . Mr. mii.1 Mrs. Arnold Woods of noon w
ills popular - - . . , ,
. . , ... i. .linnor miesta Sunday mens Missionary
X lllnanr is .m; ...u-,- - - . k, .ir..Hv.
w X. ..III IhA .1 A I.linl!lln niMll.. wihiwiim v.iwiviu
r:.., r....ii-K u .n.,rt.l hav. country home.
HERE'S A FARM FOR YOU!
My mountain farm is for
sale or rent I will give any
one either buyer or renter
bargain. Here's a snnp
that someone is sure to
jrrab? Why don't you srrab
For other information see
Mr. Fred Heath at Athena,
Mrs. M. A. Heuberger
8. D. rKTKRSON
Candidate for Republican Nomina
of anything- which threatens
safety of our Institutions.
the the business of the office In as aeon
omlcal a manner as can be done,
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tlon lor uwirici Aiiornv ai in. Iy civil legai uu.m-. ... - axerclae due re.
rr.rn.ry Election tor II. ...prunes to th. P-pU. In tM. J erX of J Ux.
To. the Teople of Umatilla County., work the county Is entitled to and M iuWt
I appeal to you for your endorse- 'JUU 7,,. l, "4" , Zli' of the ulnc. an Imperative demand
. ... i i of alt tv snd experience. I nave vt .,
r" A:..: ' practiced i.w successfully
Th. ofllce of district attorney is cou,,
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iullv so at the present time when lv "vc
ii.rd or l.ma univitfuliivsa lirevalls. county CtiU
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,ry matter wherein the P- " - - - ,;;f
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Th. public has a rlht to know what 'ul' ., 'fB . 'rrlpM7 ;lworuus. fearless and Jmpsrtl.l ad-
to expect from the Incumbent of that '' n.osf careful ami uwllvkM at- o
" ofllce. If I am elected. I shall exer
... ru.A... .i..,lnl D-rae.'ri- a nivmir reitard for the nsttirsl If I am elected I shall Justly, fsirly
lous hopiUlity Wednesday after, ami constitutional rhU or every iy an.i n ...r,...y e, ... .
hen she entertained the Wo. cmsen, ana ai ne same nine ia. .ri..un. - -
of th. aKuresrivo action ror the repression vitforouHiy anil nanv..!,
8. D. PETERSON.
Cash for chickens. J. It. Reynolds.
row evening. rnl'
furnish the music.
A cheery fire on the
seen seven deer and numerous deer
hesrth brought forth exclamstions of
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The demand for pure bm I tor, .rack, a few da-s . ncar ths "
cow. ,n the Inland Empire f.r ex- , , the Blues. hwiMM m u w
.wds the supply. The "hortajfe n pu qu(llificd cllfinecr on til0 h(l the iock.ty ,4irw ,UBchM
some of the more populsr breed, VoU for Rht, r f h ionM(T jcn, ,
declared to be nation-wide and north- .!.,. , mii.lic n . 'i w.n a J,...r. ...
vie commissioner. Adv. piven under the Icadcrshin of Mrs.
Mr and Mrs. Ralnh Kinncar and Letha Kin. Anpctizinit refresh-
westenj dairymen ar. planning ex
tensive importations from England.
For Mothers' Day
and POTTED PLANTS
Phone or wire
Your order to
THE FLOWER SHOP
16 East Main
WALLA WALLA. Wn.
little daughter were hers from their ments were served durinjr the socisl
B Coue creek farm this week, visiting hour by McsdMincs John Calder and
at the Ivcn O'Harra residence.
Otis Adams was csllod to Tendle
ton this week to overhsul the ditTer
ential in a Stutti car a job requir
ing considerable mechanical skill.
A. J. Starmer,
G. W. Stiigtrs A Sons are shinping
120 hone power caterpillar this
week to their newly-acquired hold-
Second - Hand Sad
dies. We will trade
new saddles for old
Harness Oiled for
$1.00 per set.
Mrs. Albert Gciss was brought in "o Kaiticsnsxe nai uiainci,
Wednesday evening for attention at where they have 1400 acres in grain
Dr. McKinney's office. She sustained and 2 COO acres to plow. Some 60
a broken arm while cranking a Ford, heod of horses will slso be used n
t u.--i .-j , Kiij. their plowing operations. The "cat"
Mr. J. O. Wood and ehM ured ,t Pemcton umll.r
arrived from Redmond Tuesday to Thc nd tQ
8pi.nd a few week, at the home of their ncw
Mrs. Susan Tucker on Normal now,ched , toUl of m.,r.
helgnts- 1 ly six thousand seres. Herman
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Price hsve re- Sltggt ,,j J,mes Besmcr accompan-
turned from a visit to Mr. and Mrrs. jcd thc caterpjiiar shipment Finery
William Ross near Washtucna. Mr. SUlfrf, js kept t home for the pres-
Price reports a good crop outlook in mt by his injure(j foot.
that district - L.
The Umatilla Baptist association
A caterpillar has been enlisted in today jts ,Ilnual met.ting,
spring operations on tho mountain whjch cxU,nj8 0Vt,r Sunday. The
farm of W. L. Rayborn. It will be program is being carried out as pub
equipped with a headlight and run Ushcd , lfcgt wct.k', 1,,,. One
early and late. hundred visitors or more are here for
Mrs. J. A. Lumsden and Mrs. R. this important church event. Free
G. Saling motored to Pendleton Wed- meals are being served in the base-
rtesday to attend a meeting of the In- nient of the United Brethren church,
spiratton club, for which Mrs. Joseph and free beds have been donated
Scott was hostess. about town. Pastor Storms speaks
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Proudfit and in terms of warm appreciation of the
daughter Mary motored over from help extended h-Weston people.
Athena Monday afternoon to take a William Beaton has bought a bar-
look at their former surroundings snop at College TIscc near Walla
and pass tho time of day with old walla, and will move his family to
friends. their nnnr home after school closes
Mr. and Mrs. George Carmichacl here. Robert F. Reynolds will proba
tive returned from their visit to bly assist him at College Place. Mr.
their daughter in California. Mr. Beaton has been succeeded in the
CarmichaelX health has improved to Reynaud shop here by William
some extent, although he is yet far Franz, late of Walla Walla,
from well. Thc . Missionary society
E. O. ITeMoss sends the regards of of the Methodist church will give a
the DeMos family to their friends 8ilvt.r tca al Mcmoria j, Saturday
in Weston. He is now a member of aftcrnoon. May 15. An attractive
the undertaking firm of Brady & Dc- prof;rftn, Wni bo given, and a cordial
Moss in Oregon City, having bought invjtation is extended tho public to
a half interest in the business. attend.
L. B. Davis was elected chairman Four C08C1 of BmanIK)X ef a mild
and S. A. Barnes secretary of the ex- type ere nvorteii in Weston, and
ecutive committee of the pioneers thne homc, arc un(Jcr quIlrBnti,Ic.
reunion at Weston June 4 and 5. The patiel)ts are Raymond Bonistcr,
This committee includes the various Mjgs Cambiin and j. D. Mi)icr and
committee chairmen and has general one of hu children.
directioruof tho affair. Tho reports
made indicated that with favorable nry Schroeder has recently ad
weather the big picnic is sure to be ded fifty-one volumes of Balsac's
a decidedly successful one. work to b' hhrary, thus affording
the book lancier an unaoriugea ein-
A total vote of 36 was cast in the
tion of this famous author's writ-
special city bonding election Tuesday. ,
TM. . t : : .EAAA I logo.
xne queiitiuu ux innuiiiK fuuvu in
bonds for waterworks improvements
was answered in the affirmative by In Honor of Mrs. Rabb
the overwhelming vote of 34 to two. Honoring Mrs. Margaret Rabb, who
The bonds will run ten years and left Tuesday for Philadelphia, a sur
bear six percent interest A Port- prise friendship shower was given at
land house, Carstens & Earle, Inc., the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ri-
has agreed to take them at (96.50.
Goodyear Cord and Fabric Tires.
Your Car Repaired Promptly and
LIBERTY AUTO CO. (O. A. Adams)
chal, last Friday evening. Music
and conversation caused time to pass
very pleasantly, and many tokens of
esteem were presented to the honor
ee. A bountiful lunch was served at
a late hour, and was greatly enjoyed
by the following guests: Mrs. Mar
garet Rabb, Mr. and Mrs. DeGraw,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lumsden, Mrs L.
McMorris, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Richal,
Ralph Saling, Lois Saling; Mrs. Har
ry Warren of Pendleton; Mr. and
Mrs. Emmel and Mrs. Lilla Kirk of
Mrs. Rabb was again the honor
guest at a seven o'clock dinner given
Saturday evening at the Arnofd
Woods home, in Athena. Additional
guests came in for the evening,
which was spent in dancing, a deli
cious supper being served ut mid
night. Weston people who were in
attendance included Mrs. Margaret
Rabb, Miss Lois Saling, Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Lumsden and Ralph Saling.
For several years Mrs. Rabb has
been a member of the sales force of
the Weston Mercantile company and
has made many friends by her win
ning personality and thoughtful con
sideration of others. She takes with
her to her new home in Philadelphia
the hearty good wishes of Weston
Mrs. Lumsden and Mrs. Saling ac
companied Mrs. Rabb to Pendleton
Tuesday on the first lap of her jour
Just think what it would moan to have a path three feet wide anil a full mile
loii of dainty voiles!
That is just what we have in a recent shipment, and the patterns are most
delightfully suggestive of the beauties of spring and early summer. I he
material is that' so much in vogue this season so scarce that we compli
ment ourselves on eing able to supply tho needs of our trade.
Would sell ordinarily for 85c to $1.00 per yard, but we place it on spec
ial for only
Onforcis or the Seasosi
Could anything be more comfortable for the warm days to come than a beau
tiful pair of oxfords, pumps or negliges? The -new styles are here and
$7.50 to $11.00
Do not fail to see these.
THE " WORK
A queer name for a shoe, but that is what it is. ' Made from heavy brown
duck, very strong and durable; heavy rubber soles; laced. An ideal shoe
for boys and men; far less expensive than leather, and wears better than
cheap leather. It is a new shoe made to combat thc H. C. L, and you will
find it very satisfactory. Priced
Boys' Shoes, $3.00; Men's, $3.50
LADIES' SHOES at Special Prices
From our sale we had about 100 pairs of ladies' shoes that are the choicest
of stock. The style is good but the lines are broken, and we shall place them
on sale tables to close out at about the wholesale cost. This is an opportun
ity to save from two to four dollars on a pair of shoes.
Surprising Values in Millinery
Beginning Saturday, our millinery stock will be readjusted and some sur
prising values offered. Watch for this special. The line is one of .the best
in the country full of the season's latest offerings. This will be a rare
opportunity. Make your selection early.
Our COATS and DRESSES
continue to be the admiration of our customers and the price is far under
regular. You can own a new spring coat or dress for $15.00 less by mak
ing your selection now.
A handsome coat or dress for from
.50 tOs $45.00
Us June 4 and 5
The Biggest Picnic that ever was is going to be, Tune 4 and 5, when the Pi
oneers hold High Jinks in Weston.
PREPARE TO BE HERE