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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1916)
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$ I .O. day, when your relatives and friends will be with you, sharing the pleasure of a real, 1 hanks- j X
X :i riving? We are prepared as never before to supply your wants in rich Household 1 able Linens, 1 able ;
& 1 Tmvpk PfP .VnVh. Rnnrklinff Cut Glass, daintv Chinaware. Dinner Sets, Plain Tableware, etc. We have ; j t
X 1 Jjqen busy of late unpacking and placing on display all these pretty goodsa joy to any housekeeper
r.i . . $!.l5 ?
N 7z m. nure linen taDie aamasK napKins 10 niaicn, 1 varu, - tu4 vw .t... v t..v.., . . h x
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I 72 in. pure linen table damask napkins to match, 1 yard, v- 1.5 Rich table linen, in dainty patterns, per yard, - - v 4 9o. !
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r l Many patterns, imitations of the real damask, full width, and very serviceable, in prices, per yard, from 98c to only - - - 4V ft
X ? These linens were all bought at the old price and are fully 25 per cent cheaper than linens would have to sell for bought in the present market. f; A
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We are selling a high top shoe, full
heavy two-sole, full stock viscoltzed
bottom. Nothing better at the that will be 50 per cent higher the
secret process, and extensively and last long. It is our desire to
used in the Russian army. A shoe e" you snocs mat win t entirely
satisfactory, and we solicit your
shoe business and recommend this
price for only $4.69. We have a coming season. Price now $3.50,
S-r:-' OSdrafs Scfcel Sices Some Dsa'ls Abost Slices
We are agents for the famous Dis
trict 76 School Shoes for Children.
This is a 8 floe we know and will
water proof as leather can be made;
extra heavy gusset, double-sewed
with silk thread. We recommend
and absolutely guarantee this shoe
at this price and you will agree it give satisfactory wear.
is a good value at $9.00. "This
Don't place your shoes or rubbers
near the Are to get them dry as the
heat takes the life out of leather or
guarantee if properly cared for to Jobber.
luii I iicgievi vu nave juur ouuea
repaired. To sew a small rip often
shoes are made'of heavy stock gun-
shoe has a sole made of rawhide .metal, reinforced at every point
doubles the wear of a shoe.
Don't buy a tight shoe and expect
and treated with paraffine, a new We know this shoe will wear well it to give heavy wear.
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Tha Wantnn Tonmrt haiul' trnuna Frank Kins', former Wcitonlta. ia raaa of thia danarlmant Kaa rxwnma
4 of amateun played to $34 houaa at buil.ling- $1700 bungalow in Pandlfr- th aourfa of much gratification to
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run dock ana t iv naiut umi wn. tnv coiih maupninm
phte, and met with a favorable recep- . ... ,
tion at both places. A parenHcaoh- , .ttendanco of 100 aarneat .n.l
, ... . when aha heard of Wileon'a re-e!ec
promiaing etuilenU. lit work U of
It waa acheduled """" '"' " , a preparatory nature, taking IU wtu
See E. E. Zehm for ahet iron for by ita Pendleton sponsor after the " " . " ' dents within two yeara of their do
Pork, Mutton, v Veal
FISH Monday and Thursday
Get Our Prices
Phone No. 53. Orders taken by
phone for mail route.
Ten percent Interest on all ac
counts alter w aays.
In tha Circuit Court of the Stato of
In all dopartmenta the coII.ro ha 0r5m''r n", CW?
John 0, Muilenharg, Deftndnnt.
To the Defendant, John B. Mullen
, In the nam of the Mate of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear ami
answer tha complaint filed aeainit you
in uie above court, on or beforo the
U'hll. tlal Pim
would gladly do so for a Pilot Bock j. A. Lumsden for $46,000. The p1 ... . - !lh last day of the time prescribed in the
nlav. Snecialtiea bv Gail Williams. r..rf f th. Mnnuit. .! Aiwr a year a eiiort Mu B. omiui, . ( nuhllatUa h.M,tih tn-wit
9139 registered voters in . ifteli io.v.r.oH. and music bv tha c n.u M-,.u hnMi... SMlstant agriculturist for the O-W. the 18th day of December. 1810. and if
. .u- " ' - O o A V nn.n.H t... t...A it,. t.i ... In.
... . i' , timw Mn mw fwyt .wu m .v mi.iTnr fvr want ihii,
hg vhU. Weston date had been advertised and ' ' aT.
For Rent-The Phillip cottage on they reIwd to make for " We" Tylor has sold 860 acres of
Washinirton street. See Watts & Ron- w" ""' "" " 7 cnoice ian lying aouui oi Ainena to
Of . the
Umatilla count v. alio went to the a..-. ..... ... j
polls. . juncU t0 the play at both Piiot RocK Winn, an old timer from origin of the Walla Walla white dent f"jjA& ft
Lafe McBride hasadd,l a new rubber and Umapine, and at the former place Couse creek, called at the Uader of. field corn. This corn, he says, la the pMnt
on file herein, to-wit, for m de
tired cab to his transportation equip- a trio of local masculine singers ,,c Monday and subscribed for tha bef Med corn ho has found, and he crM ot jvore forever dissolving the
' " Af.iL Lt . lf at. I k ai Mia ai.a,Aaat a all Mian la W.Kbla a.u.I . iv a i t f
helped to entertain the public. The cgnweuu.. ywr. neemnusias-
orchestra was led by Joe Payant, who tic,,ly commend Mr. Winn's discrim
is fast developing matery of the vio- lnng Judgment in the aelection of
lin. hi reading matter.
' Th Morten. Prifi. ba nlnrarf The t1 '.Mr. and Mrs. C T.
order with the Pendleton Wollen Mills MlConnell, now residing near Adams,
merit. . -
Otis Reynolds is here from his Frank
lin county farm for a few days visit at
the old home. '
Mrs. L. R. Van Winkle left Tuesday
for Portland, to .visit her brother,
has. run across it all over the North marriage now and heretofore existing
west. " between plaintiff and defendant, for
It waa brought here by Joseph W. rtf" ' ' her maiden name,
u.rku i. . .....I ' JV Calhoun, and for such fur-
Harbet, who Is living on a ranch four ,,r M,ltf t0 Uli urt TO; m
miles east of Walla Walla. It waa pmper. -' ,.,
given to Mr. Harbet when he crossed . 'iis summons la served upon you
NOW'S THE TIME
to pay your Weston Leader "sub"
. A. ' Lk Douglas and family have
moved from the ranch into their town
.residence for-the winter.
Mrs. L. S. Wood was in Pendleton
Tuesday visiting her sister, Mrs. W.
oraer wun tne renoieion woiien oiuis , ' -: ; " , ; me plains oy ox warn in ishz. lie got , , """ "j,
tor $20,000 worth of Pendleton Indian W,B Increased Monday by the arrival , fcut MV.d (t , toh&VJLX AXt 4i3
kii,.. -,i,v, -,i.:v, .t, of a fine baby boy. The parenta ' kI. .i.i r. .m. v.. ..I. r,.urr-w,h. 9rdr. "i
wet v" tvttt luii umm vuiift any ox uciODar. jhiil
' ' r" It nn hist rvivil FrAm thlat k a ai mama J-. j- . I ana mil i . at
Mm wa, w.- " ' IT .. L" " " 1"" "B wwner, .io. ne qa.w oi
Xi n i ? L ZZ , BTnt Walla Walla white aent nrst publlcaUon Is the 8d dafir
McConnell-much to the further plea- Th, corn h , paCuIltrIty Som of November 191J and of the last B&.
sure of -his grandpa, Mayor Banister, .i,. ... . ' . . Heatmn. la the 15th day of December,
. vwui mim wika, wumw fiina inu
some pttru -colored, it rosisu all ef
forta to eradicate these colors.
, A cold snap has been snapping right
B. Mays, and calling on friends,
to loan on good t
wheat land at
F". iG. Lucas $
blanket cloth with which to make suits
for the company's marching club to
wear when it participates in the win
ter carnival at St. Paul, January 28.
This much cloth is sufficient for 2500
uniforms. It is said that the club
memberamp jumped irom tm to low merrily in and around Weston. Sun
when it was learned that the company day nitrht the mercurv registered
George Read, of Wallowa county, had decided upon this material. - seven above aero, according to Her
wa. here during the week for a visit ..' . - ' bert Baker, local weather man. For
w, motner, t-rouier. ana s.sUr. the same night a temper.tur. of 14 bank. .d the First National Bank of
F. W. Hoffman, who lately becamu received by S. A. Barnes. It consisted bel.ow "ro .w" TtP0TUa "om ukih Baker are among the first four.
the partner of E. E .Zehm, has moved of 24 boxes of Delicious apples-which tw below from Meacham. Two , ii.JLi..Jj,..x..JJJ.t JU11, j. mu
into the Reynolds residence with Kis do not belie their name-grown near r!Z! J,. mWm,l
Atiornovn for FUlntiflT.
PendletonOf tha banks of the
state having deposit of more than a
million dollars, tha two Pendleton
Real Estate and Loans
Mrs. Edith Graham has gone to
Seattle for a visit with her sister and
will remain until after the Christmas
Chelan, Wash., and shipped to la corded at tha Blue Mountain sawmill.
Weston brother by L. W. Barnes. The
apples are attractive, both in appear
ance and flavor, and sell for $1.60 a
box at Chelan.
12 miles east of Weston. Beyond a it rVTVtP nmimPTri K
further delay in fall seeding and It S LAlUXl lujAllUiill $
OF WATCHES ff
few burgled water pipes, no inconven'
lence was caused in this community,
Dr. Alfred F.Sempert
Graduate and Registered '
9:00 to 120 A. M.
1.-00 to 5:00 P. M.
27. WATTS BLDG., upstairs
Mildred Harbour and Dick DeMoss
ere recent small patients of Dr.
Seeking Violin Pupils
Miss Allene McCully, teacher
in the music department
After a warm campaign with Ed
Kiddle as his opponent, Walter 'M.
Pierce was elected ioint renresenta
Smith, aarh fuin? operated unon fop t- tii j ,n . .
' " un iiuiii union anu rrauuwa counues violin
Ua lA1M.,rt 1 0 a Alia nitI Mf Atu.iftd . . . ... .
v..,.v.,.-.w...-UD,.. ny a majority or 600. These two coun- Columbia college, Milton, was in Wes
Mm. fi. A. TflrnHi anr. Mr.. wJ A". tie WH ha. represented in the ton Monday accomnanlcd bv the Rev.
Graham were visiting Monday in lower houw one ot w1" re- H. S. Shangle, president of the college, a. HIU, Jtweiei . . Wutoi
Athena, where they were the guesU .0!,', able,t and most P'ofc-resslve Miss McCully ia a graduate of the mu- iM2,mm&VmW
it their sister, Mrs. F. B. Boyd. citizens. sicatl conservatory of the Nebraska VJMffj'.
Mr. wan. i.n; u'm.i- r.. university and is a trained teacher of ft .. ' . .. u
Mrs. R. G. Baling ccepted. recent Climb" idaTo to e chare, of violin' " lfte P"' l W K"W j
of i I
of U I
no job too oirncutT
Invitation to aing for the Thursday hej. hoW ' ; ft former. Having one day of each week g
Afternoon club in Pendleton and her . ... ... . at her disposal, she is seeking- to or- y
DR. C H. SMITH
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Watts building
WESTON k OKEQON and piano accompaniment.
Pbrilctl Culture. Dew lrtithln (!
Afternoon club in Pendleton and her era, dayg, vhit 'homo of hjr ,t her disposal, she I. seeking to or- - BtcottM . U
vii.ciiiiKa "oiuc "I" i.t i w rimi,i t.A. Kanizoyvionn datives in visum unu m nwy pnmiy x r, n m, miPKfniiri
will be joined soon by Mr. Lang,. who Atbcn ni thoM dB,rin t0 receiv W.'i&V.ViViV'.V.W.V.Vj(
SnrshTngi:'" w "UW" "er " HARNESS & SHOE REPAIRING
Columbia college now has a strong GOOD STOCK .. OOnn wnitir
Mrs. Walter Simpson, of Garfield, music department, which has become , ..... .j .. '
sang two numbers, "Parla" and "Good Wash., is visiting her parents, Mr. end one of the most attractive features store, or bring work to my residonce
Bye, Summer, with effective violin Mrs. William McCorkell, and sister, of ita work. Classes are taught in Powers cottage, near school. -
Mrs. Albert Q uaxra, nar Wastes, plug. vuk aad viglin, tad th u I, r. QCTTUC
warmest praise. Mrs. Cozbie Pruitt
was the hostess and the club meeting
was held as usual in the library au
itorium, where Mrs. Saling's voice was
heard to the fullest advantage. She
remained at Lewiston to finish pack
ing an apple crop.
:: Dr. a. 5. newsom
! I Physician and Surgeon
; ; Post Building f Dr. Stone's for-
. , mer olDce) Athena, Oreg.
I Before Pressing Your Suit
You'll win her if we do 1
A" shave,1 hair-cut and
shine would help.
WESTON BATHS ail
SUITS ORDERED j
, to your measure I
R L.Reynaud I