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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1916)
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A veritable dream for the children and older ones. Toys,
Dolls, Games, Baskets,. Dishes, Mechanical, Toys, Christmas
Decorations all displayed in, Toy land for your inspection.
OLD SANTA GLAUS will
Saturday from two to four.
be there to meet the children
A A at
ASHLAND AGAIN PUNS FOR CCtMTTEES NAMED FOR
r Pork, Mutton, Veal
" Dressed Poultry 't,
FISH Monday and Thursday
Get Our Prices
Phone No. 53. Orders taken by
phone fur mail route.
Ten percent interest on all ac
counts after 30
- MOW'S THE TIME
to pay' your Weston Leader "tub"
to loan on good
wheat land, at
FV G. Lucas
KvhI Cytale Hnil lA'uns
Dr. Alfred F.Sempcrt
Graduate and Itegixtired .
ver otTicr. hoiks ;
SKIO to 12-00 A. M. .
1 ;U9 to 5:00 J, fil.
gjOT WATTS HLDC,., upxtairs
Mr. Henri March was vUitinj
Monday with friend in Milton.
Mrs- D. N. Van Skiver arrival
home Sunday from a vihit to her
sister at Baker.
The annual December exaroina
lions of teachers will begin at Jren
dieton December 20th.
The Woman'' Mi.-Mn socu-ty nu t
Wednesday at the imme of Mist. V.
S. Price nnd elected the follow h.g
otiit.cn: Mrs. W. it. J-n.itii, pre i
dent: Mrs. Hatl.V Wil.-ey, lirst vitij
president; Mr. J. K. Snider, ftc
ond vice president; Mrs. J. liar
fr M:-etintei!(lfiit ul n-ivi,cc;
Mrs. V. II. Could, si.ij'iii;U'ntii.t
ui f upj lifsi ilrs, L. U. Mnith, ioi
jipi.iniiii,' teeietary: Mrs. W. ;i.
i'riie, lorordinir ttcietr.ij ; N'is. U.
F. LitveiiUer,' tieaurer. Hie iiu
te. waa aaisWd in teiving iefie. it
nients by iArs. K. O. teMosa.
SOUTHERN GRECOHKORMAL COMMUNITY X-MAS TREE
The Ea.-'t Oreconian reiKrU that
Tie city council of Pendleton has Jay Monier, who until a feme -day
refiued toer.ter into another t n year ago wns pi opi it tor of a 1 i-ar t.101 e
contract with the lacific Power & iu 1 er.dlelfn, as ciight 111 li e po
lls (lie t'irfiiii "mrt uf lh St.,! 0
l-r-lif't'. fwr lntill t'wuitty.
Ntt Ji)r-i Mui'iHtlivtif, J'!uhi!:iT,
Ah!ur'.l. Or., t)ec. C.-- iiieulixitiif 1 The piopd oiiimur.ity ( hti l- John 1J. Mailtilr. hvUndntt..
that the ti'.x limitation law will l.ill mtKitive nmtcrialiwd at tlti" wwk'a ' T tl.tl'i!;iidfit,Jt..ii- UyMuitci
...... ............ ,.1 .,,........:;. t,..r t,( tin. U'.wtnn Welfare t'l'lt.
f..r .h.. -..mi !...... !..!. Tin. i.n limitmi v Cinnii'ttif l:i tl WW f lr ,--
tu,4.ahm:sbU.;W.. ret-.r..d that th I.kuI d.u.d.,, JJSKSJ.
ture tin.- year, a nuiv.tier 01 cmu'iis taariuy Kreei w me "
at a meeting laid with the Jackson woultj unitts in makitijc Uw lm a
county itpresetitative hue m'tnt- aucnnw.- t rdK nt Pi ir wa auth-
orind on motion to flpH.ini u.e
tummittw of three tiundM i 1 wh
to arrange" for the tree. Thest'
committee) are on plaw, proj?rnin
and finance, and it chaiiinen will
Light Co. on the present latis
Lowell Duncan is expected to
return Sunday from Portland, hav
ing found by compai inon that he
prefers Weston to the metropolis.
lite to 1 to and the tvn:eme v ws so
etrotijf that he wa fairl; embarl ed
in foe U-oileKgif.K busir.e thht he
XotJtiiV'd 1150 bail lather than to
stand tiiid. Jri-iceMHily he ha.s
baited for olhet ietiion a:id tniisl
letnain away or take the thatej
of paying luttiier lor liis iliegal
ly. decided to cettu-r all .efToili
uwn a -yKtematic campaign tr .
cure a favorable vott t!-on a I ill to
be put up for the vote of the people
at the 1918 election. "
A consn.iltec lia.- In'tn opp-inted
bv the Ashliiliil Cninmi rthil t tuli to
work to that n.d. A fh.-ol in t i.w ppo-nuncm.. ,,, .
r..ui..w, An.nnn o. ti Aui..( LtKier the t'imeitt
111 ttte i.wv coon. m pr i nr.j oi
lit any of th time prv ril tl it ii
r.i.r fr tuliiicft(tin hurnwtth to.wit,
th Kuhdity of Uwn-mhpr, J9MJ. ftr.J if
you fail o to atmwwr for waiit Vr
of th plnliitiff will app-y t U court
f'r Hie relief praywl fjr In N" cotit
piHint on ll't" hric.ll, to-wit, for n 1
c m or oivtr'f lorevcr ioisMivir.K mi
and finance, and it eliiiiinu.it will ,coe 01 uivpr-v, ivrvvr
eon.aiUitotlie iiei.eial a.innircmeiits u,wuiT nod duUn.lanl. for
contmtUw!, Ihw pn-Mdcitt delerreU ,lHt rrHtraiiit of br ittnl.lott nam,
land is to U included in th,; pro- the cu.it ana tite ciiurcne .0
vomJ bill. One fact utwn which i ' "' M llm online, uw.
th7wmal committee will dwell. 1 ai t (Hipp-WetJ V W IC" out.
actOMiiinr to t hai, n an I!on. r Pill- ut bom-
'Iheftf will, however, b?
Ntta Jojwi Calhoun, ami for ch fur-
thur relief to Uio court mwy
Thi Kutnmon.t I tm'd upon you
by Oidtti of lh Htnornbl Oilltflit W,
l liuln Juilito'nf tliB ato-o entit'el'
l.ourt. widen order in ont'ti tna .run f
We?ton fiienda of Sir. and Mrs.
Will NorDean ate in receipt' of
diminutive cards announcing , the
arrival of Lois Faje NorDean at Walter 0'Haira left ' yesterday
their borne in Wallace, Idaho. She for California, having dibpo-ed of
'weighs only five pounds, but every his leasehold r;ear K-eewnU'r.
pound is fine girl. Walter ir,veited in 13 aem$ of land
lying alout "iO miles from Los" every aid to the campaign
Tbc first nr -snowfall of the year Angelea that baa advanced coiwid- Z
descended in the WeKton country e. al ly in vahje. and wants to have
oceoKifbjc to thaiiii an l!on..r Pill- ""- "VV ; ' i '7 V n", i, 7t ri,
ing,, inhat Ashland ha 104U chil- YT-tTSZ ffl ZU,
dren in the wboolrt at present who ,,,r " 11 u 'ildren In the m-uiw., . Sovvmlm mifl, -..od of th la-.t puh-
may be U.Vd for practice twtehit.g I1'""!- ,ur " u , . 1
workV W-'-b It UtxpecU-d that the entire
:n .. ...id. !.. ,.ti,l.
addressed the mwtiug, twrth c x- . . ,
preying their intention to give ' l.rBnnmiui mlt il I eiven to
the decoration and to the program, .
which two features wifl U made
bcalion i the K'tli
f . . 1.... ... . f 1. 1 ' 1
Tn.tov v..nin unHI ut.(.o thf(. 1 1 . ti . . u BouimKeeiiuiaiKi on esm-cia iy tianoiiue aim iiuvm-miok.
Tuewlay evening until about thjec another look at it. The investment, ,;,.-, ih tti.,r.,at ( ,mnu,r.. ' n-t .. w.J..n r.. ii ...tw
V "Ui nwH.uiunii.il ujr f.,.nmiH fin h iriv.n rti rnrn mi. .l.l rni ftw, u..u ..n
inches covered the ground. The
snow Is regarded as an advantage,
in that it protects the newly sown
grain with a fleecy covering, and the
frost is out of the ground.
Charley Pierce, former VVef-tonite,
and the tract iti locate J in a grow
, Richard Morenson contributed a
fine of ten dollars in the local police
court Saturday for imbibing too
freely and causing a disturbance.
Two men be.-ide.? the town marshal
were required to drag him to the pur meci.anical department.
local fcartile. ne oujectea so wrong
ly to it cold hospitality. Moren.son
and bin two women associates ' took
their departure Sunday.
A certain Athtna editor called at
the Leader ofiiee Tuesday and in
EiHKrtcd our metropolitan printing
plant. Alter --ponding twenty-live
year. at countiy printing in the
BuijurtS.ne wad completely loot in
ablv nlav for the
thoi ity to enact higher demurrage Pienident Price announced hu ap-
chargea. The rising wale wfh an j pointnient of a sidewalk coininittt e
added penalty for each additional a follow:- "' ' '
day will ivleane tlKHwaiid- uton E, 0. DeMosf, J. H, Williunu,, ,
. iiv" iivik .,ii- il . jn;u vv 1 1 1,
liny tif Utfinibuf,
Attnrnpy for PiafntllT.
Dr. 0. S. NBWSOM
J Pliynli-iHi' ' .Sui-econ
t IVt Huildiog (!r, Sloim' for
1 lilPt' otlice) Athciin, Oie-r,
Maurice M. Johnn, a. former reai
dent of this city and a piomr of
Umatilla, county, died Sunday in
Claremont, California, as the result
of Blight's disease, from which he
hail been a uulferer for many
months, reports the Athena Press. -
The funeral was held at Vancouver,
Wah., the. h.ine of the family.
Mr. Jt)ms, 'lu'Ctitiipanicd by bin fam
ily, went to California several vecl;
Phvsiciun and Sur&on Z, a
DR. C.JI. SMITH
; omce In
Tiie ladie-j of the Methodist
church have announceJ a fa!e and
supper for tomorrow, the -sale to
begin at the DeMoss furniture store
at 2 p. m. Supper will be served
at 5:30 p. m. in Society hall at "He.
the plate. -.
If the budget of govern ment ex-p-n.'-s
fi'jhmittcd to the wcrvtary
of the treasurer Is an item of
J157,K'0 for the Umutilla reclam
ation p; --oject and oi. of $30,000
for tiie L'mauli.i Indian rewer--vat
ion. - ' '
The town of Umatilla put ore ', .''''-f
over on its ma h boniil-itlon liv .
iiiHli by conmgtjces who will riot
unload their good. " :
. The Albany Democrat tells of the
growth of peppermint' raining in
Linn county and deieiibe this new
industry a- het-orning very profit
able for the valley farmers. Hal o
President Price later, announced
the Mppoimmerd. of tha following
Chrirtma tree coinmittetti:
Program- A. W. Lundoll ,J. H.
Williams, J. Porter,'
r'iimnce-S. A, Parnes, C W.
hays tljat Albany is likely tobreomo Stnggf, Claud Price.
the peppermint confer of the world.
The Oregon speakership fight halt
rai;d the issue of tax reduction
and more factorien.
Portland The Horn? Telephone
Co. ha? a deficit of $i:o,:!70 and re
eciyra Ml Mf f.r.,iHirt. (he wt
year. ' A movement to merge the
two syritem in to be helped by in
acting a m Ce.v.ityand convenience
law -- ' '
Place B. 0. DeMoss. J. M.
worth, W. H. Gould.
Gsl Tear Snii Ptessgi
6fore Presnin Your Suit
You'll win her ifve "do If
' the work.
A shave, hair-cut and
tshine would help.
large circle of friend in Umatilla electing a complete c.et of wom.-n !:IU!.SC'
c.njnty, Portland and Vancouver. officers. - . "' in ri?"'
thouhl not irirttitution. of
li ai liing FUJ-'plemelit. the
ii) political economy with one
c'-onomy? - hxchange. ,
C-oltuge Clove ' Leader : 1 s in
itiative cith no longer be used to
put over harmful measures of any ,
kind, .To the nowfpnpers belonga 1
the larger part of the credit for
waking the voters up to the nee- t
csity of "voting upon the amend-
metiUi and voting intelligently. J
McMinnville product firms
promoting a fruit cannery..
lii jj vati.
to your measure.
R. L. Re;naud I
ZttUin I'M- aJiueU ttun fur.