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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1916)
A Merry Christmas
We wish one and all a very joy
ous Christmas. May peace, Rood
will, contentment and thankful-,
ness be in every heart on this day
of days, and throughout the
In extending these greetings we wish also to ex
press our grntefulnesH for the splendid supirt of
our many friends during the past year, which has
enabled us to realize our biggest and best year
THE DAVMASER CO.
I'Unu, rhimntfripliD, Mueic Cttmplute Home Furninln-r.
10 20 AMr SI. - WALI.A WAI.I.A, WASH.
VjL a- .($!:
A Brass Bed of Artistic
IT'3 impoatible to illuatrate all the beauty of thlt bed all it
refinement cf design and elegant implicity. We want you to
ace it whether you need a bed now or not. If ita remarkably
low price doet not Induce you, we will not urge you to buy.
You will have to ace it to realiie juat what an imposing effect it
SOMETHING TO CROW OV&
However, we'll lot Mr. Rooster do wht
littio crowing may be necessary. We
merely wish to y thitt we will appre
ciate your patronage In our N and do
our bent to earn your good opinion.'
Rolled Barley, Oats and Wheat; liaM
liny, MilUtulTa and Chicken Fucd.
We'ra local agent for I'ocoek Flour
nd Watchford's Calf Meal. Phone 281.
D. R. WOOfythe Feed Man
HOMEIf I. WATTS
Attorney at-Law j
practice in all State and federal
In the County Court of the State of
uOrvgoii lor littMUlla County.
In ftte Matter of tun EataU of Martin
li, Olaoil, UecvaMid.
To OIf O. Moil, Mra. Karl Jseob
son,. Mrs. Man Hanson, Mr. Anna
Joiiiiihiii, Cliane b'. Oi.on and Hans
K. Olson, heirs at law of Martin t.
In tiik Namk or tub Static op Ok
KUuN, t ou, end each of you, am here
by cued and required to apar at 11
o'clock In the forenoon on ih 2d day
of January, ili7, in the County Court
room in Uie Court liouae of Ouiaiilla
County, Oregon, in the City of i'endle
ivii In ail County, ttwn and there to
how cauKOf if any exiat, why tho laid
Court mould not rant the petition of
Chan. H. Carter, adiiiluitrtor of the
NMOvo named etlete, to sell at public
auction to the highest biililvr fur caah
tno following described rual property
belonging to the auid Martin fc. Omun,
docutooxl, at hi death, and now belong
liiK to ln estate, to wit: The Went
Half of Northeast quarter and South
east Quarter of Northeaiit quarter and
Northvaitl quarter ot Southuaat Quar
tor of Section iU, l'p. 4 S. K. 8i, IS.
VV. M i 100 acrai), mora or leva, situat
ed In Umatilla County, Oregon.
Witness tho Honorable Chas. II.
Marsh, Judge of the above entitled
County Court, and thu Seal of vaid
Court hereto attached at Pendleton,
Umatilla County, Oregon, this 14th day
of November, lUlG,
j Soa.f t Frank Saung,
I County Court I County Clerk.
lV.it milk and cream' in town
for aale. K. E. Zchm.
I.ynn Ni-ild l-avc Sunday for a
Chriktman vwation at Lt-wlaUm.
Ijtrkin Stairira and family are
ht-re from Knterpriae for the
Chrlntmiu holidaya. '
J. F. Snidt-r and family are Icav
inif Sunday to annd holiday week
with rt'lulivea at JJuytoii.
Mr. and Mra. JUIph Kinncur
left yenU-rduy fur 1'ortlund for a
C'liriatmua viait with relutivra.
Mr. and Mra. Sim J. Cullcy and
Mra. L. W. Harm were viitng
'I'uiwltiy with the Andrew Larnona
at Walla Walla.
Mix MuIm'I liloingren haa gone
to Fruitluiul, Idulio, lor an extend
ed vihit at fin? home of her uncle,
Mr. I toAx-rK.
Huving diNcd of my liuHim-M
In to I would appreciate an imnuHli
aU? m-lllcmcnt from IIhwc- indohud
tc me. I). It. W.axI.
An ttmialilc Ktork inmiriil n mfi
ry I'hriMtnma for Mr. and Mra. V.
.. Murr ly li-uvimf a huliy dautfh
tcr at llifir home Wedneatiay
W. I.. Co t haj tnulfd hia liind
holdiaa'H near Clu-hali , for IMi
m nn nt-ar Aim rican ralln, Idaho,
lie hud previounly Ix.unlit a quarter
MTlnm ol Idahu liiml from Ale
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. W.kmIh, Mru.
I). N. McDonald and Mis Mabel
McDonald are leaving Walla Walla
next week on an excumion trip to
California. They will he met at
Itiirm hv the narenta of Mr. WoimI.
IUllie CompUin is here from his . t i
land claim near American rail, The Won Concert hand an
Midirt, lor a Chmtma viait witn bounce iU first f.pular concert for
hia MivnU anl Irienda. Upon hia rV evemmr. IK-ct-nilxr 2,
return to the -.ranch, hia brother lt Witm ora h..u, Uyinmng at
Will ia coming to Weoton for a o clock. The hand will be
Minilar viait. ?78tw! Ula - Un so"rano-
liclow ia the program:
"Uncle Ihlly ' Medlock, pioneer,
of IfcGO, died recently at hia home
on ury crvex. e waa ooro in
Arkansaa about 80 years ago. Mr.
Medlock waa accustomed to, say
ing that he walked half the way
across the plaina.
Iorcn Maybev vwited frienda in'
Weton Monday while on hia return
home to 1'aaco, Wash., from Waita
burg, where he waa a member of
the r"asco team in a high achool de-'
bate. Mis father has a position as
aalcaman in a mercantile store at
Tho remains of Neil McDonald,- oriental Inte'rmcaw March, Ko
a prominint Umatilla county pio- Komo Shortre.
nwr who resided near Pilot Rock, Xcn minutes Intermission.
were urougni to vvcsion ounuay .
for interment. A" large concourse
Gang plows will advance Jan. 1st
probably $15 to $20. Better place
your order NOW.
Dozens of bur good people are talking Tractors,
and we will have the best there is going right here
where you can see and believe.
WATCH FOR DATE.
for x-mas we: have:
Ranges, Heaters, Washing Machines
and Gas Engines.
Graphaphones, Sewing Machines, and Pianos to order.
Robes, Blankets, Cutlery and Harness.
Silver ware, Aluminum ware, Cranite ware and Horse whips.'
Sleds, Coaster wagons, Skates and Jack knives.
SIX MOUSE THAI'S FOU TEN CENTS
VESTOIi BAIO WILL
GIVE FIRST CONCERT
March, The Stars and
Overture, Koyal Emblem Kinjr.
Cornet duet. Polka Mazurka
Niebig Harvey Lundell and Anson
Oriental Waltz, Moonlight on the
Soprano solo The Holy City
Adams Lela G. Saling, assisted by
March, America First Losey.
A Trombone Episode, Pahsoo
Trombone, Iassus Trombone's Ole
of friends followed in automobiles'.
Services were conducted at the
grave by Rev. W. S. Payne.
March, National . Emblem Bay-
Be Farmers Bask of Veston
If you wish to add to your savings.
Just live on a little bit less.
Your EARNINGS are not so important:
It's the SAVINGS that make for success.
Overture, Majestic King.
. Trombone duet. In the Starlight.
A smooth canvasser worked anew Glover Rulin Smith and Lyle
stunt in Weston recently in order Webb,
to sell enlarged photographs. He 'March, Gladiator Sousa.
explained that tno regular price f Serenade, A Night in June
of the work was $3.50, but presents King.
ing a large bunch of envelopes March, with vocal chorus, Our
he aaid that; seven only contained Own U. S. A. Miller.
a rebate of $5.00 that many being ' - Andante and Waltz, Westonian
G0LD1 RULE HOTEL
t nr. l muwsu t tAruu miUiiu
i I Vetennary Surgeon
Hosrfitat at cornet of Main
and Broad streets.
allotted by the company to a town
of Weston's size. He would then
urge his "prospect" to draw an
envelope, saying that this would
cost nothing and a rebate ticket
might be drawn. Invariably it
was drawn, as was discovered later
when his customers compared notes.
Thinking it good economy to save
$5.00 on an enlarged picture
whether Bhe wanted one or not, the
housewife would usually succumb.
However, collections may not be
quite so easy as the sales, when,
delivery is made. ' .
March, Olympia Hippo Jrome
Admittance. 25 and 35 cents.
RO JOI TOO DIFFICULT
hone Main 253 i & E RHX, Jeweler Weston
Dr. Alfred F.Scmpert
Grnduata and Registered
9:00 to 12:00 A. M.
1:00 to 6:00 P. M.
HOT WATTS BLDG., upstairs
ta-iM(ln M Pliri IBAHCM ml rtpmt
mi (tutitaiNwy, Iteuh rvffif m-v
PATENTS BUILD rORTUNtS
yoei. (Htr rtvt' lKxiiieU t lt how, wluU w inwitt
D, SWIFT & CO.
303 Ssventh St., Wathlnfiton, D. C.
Mr. A. W. Lundell, the band's
director, says of the occasion:
"In putting on this first concert
by the Weston Concert band, there
are two things I wish to bring to
the notice of the people of Weston
first, , that the band has now
reached a point where its musical
offerings have attained a standard
that must appeal to all lovers of
good music; second, the need of
money to finance the further devel
opment of the band. As an organ
ization it now has invested about
The Briquat Man proposes to co:j- $2300 in instruments, uniforms and
tribute to your Christmas cheer, music, and it has also managed to
Owing to what I honestly think is pay a salary to its director. This
an undeserved prejudice on the part .has been a heavy load for the mem
of the public toward an excellent bers, and therefore we are now ask
fuel briquets and to induce as ing the people of Weston and the
many as will to give it an impartial public in general to come forth and
trial, I will fill all orders for a ton help us raise funds to carry on the
or more of briquets at $8.50,' per work. You will get good value for
ton delivered. This offer expires your money and you will encourage
Saturday evening, December 81, or the boys to still further efforts,
when the present supply runs out. We earnestly hope our people will
Thanking you for past favors, I n do their part in this first real con
main : cert and that this will be but the
THE BRIQUET MAN. beginning of periodical entertain-
ments by the band."
Marshf ild The local ' chamber of
commerce is to raise $50,000 to en
courage and aid the location of pros
pective factories. '
Florence A contract has just been
let to cut and deliver $:15,000,000 feet,
of logs which will keep a large crew
of men at work for acvoral yoars.
Well-Appointed Conveniently Located Pleasant
Comfortable , Reasonable Rates
J. M. Bentley, Prop. - M. A. Ferguson, Clerk
! CIGARS, TOBACCOSCMK 1
Best Line in Town.
Our Cigars and Tobaccos are NOT DRY
ZEHM & HOFFMAN i
In Philadelphia the women are in
sisting that they should have the same
salaries as the men who teach the
"trgregBto deficit is ncrw $276,000 a
year. Well, ran any sane man tell
why the Philadelphia school district
should withhold that amount from. the
Home Merchant Prices
25 pound pitil stock fmid..... $2.25
12 pound pkg. stock food 1.00
7 pound pkg. stock food... ,C5
2 pound pkg. stock food 5
Comparisrn of dosage two
tablespoonfulls twice daily.
WE GUARANTEE THESE C00DS
Mail Order and Peddlers'
25 pound pail stock food 13.50
7 pound pkg. stock food 1.00
8's pound pkg. stock food ... .50
W pound pkg. stock food ... .25
Two tablespoonfulls three
GOODWBTS DRUG STORE.