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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 15, 1916)
Those who select gif ts with
a full appreciation of
tall a gift means
WESTON LEADER -
UAHK UUU, IVMUhu
0r Mm, Utile Thorn, who survives K Mnosi aj p rj mmwmmim
AUL" him. Prior to going to American T!nS M T H" lfl M I f
(Uh, ho wm engaged for many 1 If J I 1 I 1 1,1 II L
. LM , n i
. Funeral service were- cotuluotoJ I I H 1J i , , XSif HLH WJuli U
II M nt the M. K, tl.uivh, ftwih, in Ww w M, w " w
r:a-: -nr -nrmr, -rnrmmr
who know that It may acknowledge tht food judgment of the
(ivrr and be a subtle compliment to the rood taste of the re
ripirnt, find en jo v men t in doinu their Christ mas hhopping in
a ntore like this where the twbbtantial rharaeter of every sift
article contained in its immense Mock proclaim! the rare and
thought which has gone into its selection.
Sl'IJ STATION Na I. T. S. 11) stoffke
We now have here in our Mure iul station the I'nilrd Slates
It'a lee Year Arrow modal itu. Yum muy mail your h i tors mih! pack,
sgva here, buy your (stamp hero, secure postal orders on J have all the
attention and arrvie of regular poaloffire,
WE WANT YOU TO MA KE THIS STOKE YOIU
Mrrt your frit-iids heir. Use our entrance fur a waiting place if
juu wish. L'ae our rest room. Make u: of uur postoffk-e. Send your
express packages from here. lluy money order here. We are pre
pared to serve you belter titan any oilier store in Eastern Oregon. 4i
ua do it.
six M.mtha u 75 Ion December I'd ly the pMol Hlltl
Four Month 0 80 the remain were laid to rest in
AitvutnuMi A(rt Weston cemetery.
Kegular, ht Inrh per Insertion I2'se 1 1 i ' 1 1 '
Transient, psr inch per Insertion XOe
Locals, r lino pur iiwertiuii 6e
Dtc i. w
fHtt ! Hit pMltlH at , Om(m,
itona im immI iMtt.
NORMAL SCHOOL SOLUTION
IF ITS IN Ol'K AD ITS TUl'E
We back every statement wc nuike with the lct goods in America
good that have a name and a lcpuUition to sustain,
the best for the price, no uuiuer what the price.
c give you
IS. It. Allen uf Eugeno In
The Urvgoouui. (
A ucw.paiH-r item hits Uvn p'in
tin' nmiuls to tht1 effect that, biiuv
the voter had liccliianl to ttal.li;J
a new mmtml fclnml at ' IVtullf
ton, the MtniiiMiutli Normal wmild
aJt from the l'tri;lttturc nueli an
PIniriatkHi a-s would eitalile it
to care lor all normal (Undent of
the Mate. As one wIhi lias inter
estetl liiniM-lf MttiH wIiat in tin tioi-
nml mIkhI problem, a-nnit nu to
Ny that it mx-iiis to me that
Ucre is amitlHT uikI more appii
pnale miHtly. Iik whole urjfu
tiHitt anauiM. nvxiiiiiK' the e.
lon Normal " has ixvn llml Wetliu
is too mi uo I it town to iuiiiini pu
pils lor lite practuv m-IhioI ot a
U that arKumcul is nx-u
Gel Itir M Pressed
Before Prcinj( Your Suit
You'll win her if we ilo
A shave, hair-cut tint!
shine would help.
I WESTON BATHS dU
; ; in ttU-tisl color . . tak-usc!.: ,: ux' U f
woirenp. : h
to your nieasuiv
Uesiilo our large uswortmrnt of Toys, Hooka, Toilet
Sets, Games, Stationery, etc., wo 8UTKwt:
FOR LADIES ,
llnmlkvrcltiefrt, three in a laix ..
, . UTte mid IKh'
For MEN and DOYS
Haitilkerrhiofs Ihrtv In a lam.,
Six in it Utx at .
, . I'A' Willi initial, two in a Uix .
pres.ser Hcnrfs. .
Fnncy toweU. . .
,-iiir nuv mi i.t
,:k' fu Wtf i 1-witluT inirses 'JTh.'-Vic
'-h. to NSc vivil.i,.- null Jenteva
... V.k to H.tiUj
..I2!t U!;Silk nmirier.
. ?.'.kS to $.t.V8 iltalh rola-a,.,
...We to$.V;K);Kiil jrlove..
I a a 1
Kid kIovc. while, lilink or tan ; " 'atcnea . . . .
JWe to l. 49, Arm lunula.,
...,UK toll W
We utanil lin k if every artirlo yon Imy Iht and know that
our '(Joldon Knle" rice CAN NOT Ih Iwatrn.
u. l . renn ey uo. inc.
it applies kHh Micvial lorxv l he fireult Wt f th .Stu.e uf
gaiitoi .any.ralaiwuHirt fcal Hum. ''''t"n' '"r lou"'- ...
moutn. met MoniiK.mii is only N,u Mw'-nr. I lam'.ir,
halt as large as Vteston. lerson- JonB n, Mui,.iHig. Ikfitdi:iit.
ally, I .am sattelieolnitt Wton To ,h, H.,rmMI,,, j,d, it. Muilo.i
is lurKv ciHiuuli fcto4iuiitislt (rtic- rg;
ticc pupils tor a ll.uOcralcly Mltl In Ihr numv of the ntutt nf ttrci; n
normal, ucft a stc normal as is yon are hereby required to apjwar kim'
already Unrv and is uww.1 t.y the aiwwer th eomplamt Hied agaiii.t yon
.Q., In the ahovt court, on or tlor the
8,,e lant day of the time prvocrihed in tlw
nt ' 1 a I . 1 11 1.
n 1 If 11 1 PI I Anc eu,ullwl "K1 w UKKTi la orurr lor puoimuun nvrvwivn town.
YouCan Save, Time by Coming Here FIRSl J"
" , , , .. .. or the plaintiff will apply to the eouit
normal hIkx.1 prcMucnt lor the for ,h ' ntwt pr,r, L. : urr ,,.
Here fa a partial list of the many iLscful and acceptable gifts I whole state, ami mat as many pinint on B'e herein, to-wit, for a i
. ATIIKNA. OKWJON
Rememper! ONLY 7 MORE
SHOPPING DAYS TILL XMAS
. lliiTIILill l t IfT,t.l
we have lor your cnoosingior .nuuibii, w.,umc.t.
WIFE, SISTER, NIECE, AUNT OR WOMAN Fill END.
Silk underwear IJU to X73 Shoe X3 I $I.M
Suit to Ve.V laincr auio voai sio-w
Kress $17J to JJi.0 auio up i.e
Fur $2J3 to $i.00 BaUi Eug I1.00 ( $lwt
Suit case S1.00 to I2S.00 Auto Gloves .........SlO to $2M
Trunk $U.M to Sm.M Box of Candy 2Sc to 2Jv
UamJ bar ........ .$1.00 to 115.00 Hot Foint electric iron, $1.00 to i.0V
Jewelry, such as Necklaces, Hot Point electric chafing
Beauty Pins, Bar Pins, dish, ............. ....... $12.0l
Belt Buckles. Hat Pins, Hot Point OriJl Stoves, $1.00 to $.0V
Collar and Cuff Buttons, Hot Point Electric Percolator
schools be cvnuuctiti by tlwni in cree of rlvorro forever liwlvinir the
the plant now-owned tiyUvcbtatc marriaire now and heretofore exwtii.K
..... 1.. ..r iiu. between plamtllT and defendant, fur
a are niwary to caic lor w ,ht Ml0lJon of hcr mmk. namr, I
nonnal school atuuVnta of the sn. joyrt t,ihoun. and for such fur-
A single nonnal school au- ther relief as to the court may seem
miniktrntimi woulil mi fur to uriv. proper.
vent nvalrv and comm tilion amomr . ' aummona la served or-m yog
" ' " " !y
5tviTU nornml ttehoub and to mm
by onlrr of the llotmrlilf (iilhrrt W.
dardue the aciioola Ua-uuclvcs. It ( ourt. which ordr is dated the 2th
Heel the Briquet Han
Now that you have taken our lvic
nml Univrht a phkI hI stove I want you
to tivl iH'tti-r rtiuintet w ilh tho iirttiiet
Mun ami lu ex ellent fuel, ami I ani ctmli.
ileiit you will itKt' it no well tlmt you will
have no ctitiso to feuret the uctUuintMUci. $
Try a hut! and In; convinced.
r. T. Harbour
wuuld n-lirva tht noilrud achoul lnv of OctoW. 1014. The data of
boanu 01 the bias that conUuually "t publication Is the 3t day of
,, ,.,.., .... :.. .k... Novemlier, 1918, and of the last pub.
tempts Uiein to build up 111 Uatr ,icillio j, 'e lith day of Ueceii.W,
particular locality an extensive iyi,j,
plant at the expense ol the atate. PETERSON BISHOP.
While 'the Cost of maintaining- Attorneys for Plaintiff.
two moderate tiud normals would
still exceed, proDably, the cost of
maintaining one iargo one, this
Furnishetl anil I'rintctl at the Leader ofliee
DR. C M. SMITH
...lie to $3.00 tt.i0 to $13.0
.M.50 to WM Hot l'oint Electrie Toaster. .. .4.lh
would more uwn onset in tead- phvsicicn and SurCcon J
vantage of having the educational ?
.....$10 to $4.30 Sweaters
....... 5e to $3.tf0 Silk Petlicout ...
......lc to $130 Stilt Waist
.......3e to 1M Luigeiio Waist .,
SUk Uress Pattern... $7.50 to $13.00 BaUi ltobes
tVool Dress Pattern. .$2Ji0 to $19.00 Indian llube ....
Umbrella ........... J1.00 to 1IX)0 BlaukeU .......
ilose, plain and fancy... 23c to $30 1 amy Comforter
... $40 lo $10.7.
.v.. $193 U$l3
,...$95 to $1Z3
$1.00 to $7Uii
....$3.00 lo $111.
.....$t30 to (Ut
.....50c to $20.0V
....$30 to $i3.v
FOtt HUSBAJSD, l ATIIElt, LiCOlIILlt, SON,
- NErilW OU A1ALE I KluMi
.In 11- S. & M. Suit. $20.00 lo $33.00 Armlets ..............
A Clothcrait Suit.. .$13.00 to $20.00 Collars
An Overcoat $13.00 to Jj.U0 haiidkercluci
3e to 3Ui '
...10c to $I.Wt
A Kam Cout ....... $l30 lo $3.00 Trunks ,.$3.00 le w3.U
caUicr Wind Cual.$iQ.30 to $13.00 Shut ....3vc lo $3.IH
Leather Vests $30 l $s.00 bux 10c to $2.00
ouit Case ........... $1.00 to $23.00 Underwear 30c to $3.00
lies ZdC to iiMV vanes si.vv 10 ..w
Keefcrs $1.00 to $3.30' Umbrellas $1.00 to $.00
olyvcj, dress or work. $1.30 lo $3.00 Mackinaw $3.00 to $13.00
oloves, wool ....23c to 50e Carters ..........23c lo 50c
Suspenders ............23c lo $2.00 Bath Kobea $5.00 to $15.00
Scarf pins 50c to J 2.00 Hat $2.00 to $15.00
Cuff Links ............50c to $1.00 Smoking Jacket .....$5.00 to SIMfc
A Nice Suit ........ .$3.00 to $11.00 Handkerchiefs .....10c to 25c
Overcoat $5.00 to $15.00 Subpendeis ...23c to 3jc
Mackinaw $5.00 le $11.00 Ties 25c lo 50c
I OIC THE GIltLS
School Dress 59c to $3.00 Cloves 50c to $5.00
Coat ..$2.95 to $13.75 Umbrella $1.00 to $5.00
Fancy Dre $3.93 to $5.00 Ribbons ..le to 50c
Stockings .' 23c to 50c Furs $1.95 to $12.75
Shoes $2.00 to $3.50 Hat pins, beauty pins...23e to $2-5t
facilities near Um student and M.V- Office In Watts building
ing him transportation expenses. H ESfON OlftHION
Then, too, schools are like magnet ; . .-
Uic iKiirer Uiey are liiv more sirouv
ly they draw. The mere pretence
of a scitoul suggesw ucing it.
Notice uie catalog uea ot tie
University .andAgncultural Col
lege and see what large propor
tions 01 their wttuueat come irom
the immediate vicinity, 01 the in
stitutions. The state has continual difficulty
in getting a buttivieiit number ot
normal trained teachers. One or
two additional normal schools
in the plants already ownedjuy Uie
state, it under the same aunnnistra
tton, wilt not greatly increase the
cost of educating our teachers, will
increase uie number ol litem, and
cliectively solve .'a problem inher
ently troublesome, along lines al
. DR. R. B. ROBBINS
Court and Mala Street
The East Oregon ian now broadly
favors a normal school at any suila,
blc point in Umatilla county rather
than that all money lor state edu
cation go to western Oregon.
Pork, Mutton, Veil
FISH Monday and Thursday
Get Our Prices
I'hoiie No. f9. Orders taken by
phone for mail routes,
Ten percent Intercut 011 all ac
counts, after U0 dny.
1 Always Ready
A CUP OF COFFEE
A BOX OF CANDY
A CIGAR. Etc.
A Complete Una
I Odessa KirkpatricK
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II EXPERT MREG;i
J jj B. i. MUX, Jrwilet . . WuUt
ito joi too DirncoiT
Mrs. Alyse Roe-Gilchrist l!
Fhytlcat Caltait, Dtep Irutklof
J Vtvt ffliljfl Mr. Win. KnlV Ji
HARNESS TSKOE REPAIRING ;
tioOD 8TOI K UOOD WORK
lav onli-rN at Wenloii Mercantile"
hi ore, or tiring work to my renldum-e,
I'liwers cot tMgf, near achtMil,
I. r. 8ETTLC . WaatoM
Pendleton's Greatest Depart me nt Store
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
"Where It Pays to. Trade"
DEATH CALLS V.H. STAMPER
W. II. Stamper, a member of one
of Uie earliest auda most respectod
pioneer families of the Weston nei
ghborhood, died December V, 1U16,
at the home of liib.son, J. Stamper,
in American rails, Idaho.
1 Mr. Stamper was born July 4,
1854, in Missouri. He was tJ years,
live month and live days old. At
Athena September 2, 1875, he was
united in marriage to toibs Alalinda
Kutch, who died in Weston April 8,
1911.Three children were born to
them, Mrs. Aletha King of Weston,
Mrs. Dora Harder of Milton, and
John Stamper of American Falls,
Idaho. All were present at the
funeral. He is also survived by two
bitter, Mrs. Maggie Kaney of Lex
ington, who was also present, and
Mrs. Jane brown of lloldman, Ore
gon; and a brother, J. L. Stamper,
ol Wciocr, Jdulto. A stepinoUier,
Mrs. Llizabcth stamper, resides at
Mr. Stamper was married the
second time October 29, Jyi3, to.
Preston-Shaffer Milling Co.
Alhena, Oregon Waitsburg, Wash,
to loan on good
wheat land at
P. G. L.UCA8 I
Keat UaUte and Loans
Made of selected bluestem in one of the
best equipped mills in the Northwest.
Sold in Weston by
Weston Mercantile Company