The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946, December 22, 1916, Image 4

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4" are not included. Toyland is still the attraction. trains, tool boxes, games, etc., at one-half less.
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Christinas Section
VISIT TOYLAND
None could U- m ill-natured tliat he would m t
W happy in this Toyland. No end of toy, games
and Uf-ful Christmas gifts.
Santa Onus writes that owing to the fact that
he will In- at the opera house Saturday evening he
will be unable to be at the storeJSaturdayJafterDoon.
Gilt Suggestions
PRKTTY RORKS CUT GLVSX DAINTY CHINA
IIANltSOMK TIKS SII.KS
WAISTS and SKI UTS ;KKS we have awry
splendid assortment (f ImmiK.h
RASKhTS CANDID and NUTS
TOlLhT ARTICLKS IN IVORY SILK HUSK
MKN'S GARTFdS and SUSFF-NHKHS
CHILDREN'S and LADIKS' CAIS and TOqUlJi
LADIES' TAILOR SUITS
and COATS
are
lat
season "sgarmcnU but of
serviceable many of
good
Uiem
Tlicse
material and very
sold for as high as $20.00. We must clot them
out The policy of this store is to carry nothing
over, and as an extraordinary attraction for this
sale we will give you your choice of any coat or
suit on the rack for only
$5.00
CIULDRErS WOOL DRESSES
These are blue serge with sailor collars trimmed
with white braid a few plaid-all very pretty1
and crviccahle, up to $3.50; your choice of the
lot of three dtizen only f 1.39.
EFAHTS' COATS
All white with capes' trimmed in tare, soft
white material, very dainty, priced up to $3.50; this
sale, your choice of the lot for just one-half of the
marked price.
HI'S WOOL SHIRTS
Men's wool shirts, brown or gray, regular $3.00,
this ale IJ.FJ.
Men's wool shirts,
fiZT; this Nile $1.73.
brown or gray, rcgulr.r
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Market
Prime Beef
Pork, Mutton, Veal
Dressed Poultry
FISH Monday and Thursday
Get Our Prices
I'hone No. 53. Orders taken by
, phone for mail routes.
Ten percent interest on all ac
counts after SO days.
A. P. Perry
BREVITIES
Nose glasses and chain in cate
found near cemetery. I'hone 18F4.
Special X-mas mix candy and
nuts at 25c at the Fastimc. Zchm
& Hoffman.
Mrs. Fiank Skinrcr left today for
a holiday visit at Spokane and
Coeur d'Alene City.
Mr. Lloyd Crichton of Durkee
and Mrs. J. O. Wood of Eend are
visiting their mother, Mrs. Susan
Tucker. .
basement of the United
An excellent program was givi
at the Fairview school in distri
No. HO Friday evening to celebrate
the close of the first term of the
school year. After the exercises a
fish pond afforded much amusement,
the proceeds to be used for school
pictures and the traveling library.
Miss Mary Lansdalc has 24 pupils
in regular attendance, with all eight
graties representee;, jne rairview, j.,,
scnooi is among me largest in uie
county taughf by one teacher.
3 WESTON CLUBS UNITE IN
A FAREWELL EVENING
WESTON LINES UP FOR
CHATAUQUA NEXT SPRING
Venders of the Saturday After
noon Club and the Welfare Club
joined in a farewell evening Friday
with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. MacKenrie,
who are moving to Walla Walla to
The
With the assistance of many good
brethren from Athena local Knight
of Pythias conferred the third rank
Wednesday night upon A. P. Ferry,
The regular rank work was supple
mented by exceedingly rank work
of a different character for the par
ticular benefit of this particular
Brethren church a being enlarged ""v ?
under the direction of -George tly oocupwd until midnight. The
Schnitzer,
" L. E. Graham of Walla Walla
was here during the first of the
week, having dental work done
at the office of Dr. Sempert.
Narkaus.
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f $500,000
to loan on good
1 wheat land at
D. K. Wood is on a deal with a
Mr. Bobbins for JtiOO acres of land
lying seven miles from Echo,
Weston feed mill going in on
Mrs. Lillian McMorris and daugh- trade. Weston will thereby
A short program was given,
which included readings by Mrs.
Gilchrist and Master Gail Williams,
songs by Mrs. E. M. Smith and Mr.
Lundell and a duet by Mr. and Mrs.
R. G. Saling. Ice cream and wafers
with coffee were served. At the
clow all joined in singing Auld
Lang Syne.
Among those present were Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. MaeKcnzie, Rev. and
Mrs. W. B. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Banister, Mr. and Mrs. E. O.
DeMoss, Mr. ami Mrs. A. L. Doug
las, Mr. and Mrs. W, E. Woods, Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Barnes, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Wura-r, Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
his Smith, Mr. and Mrs. L. I. 0' I Ian a,
the Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Williams, Mr
rrvdit for standing up so bravely un.
tier force and burden hat might easl
ly have over thrown hi accuser.
Sometime the man who fall I a
' greater hero than another who wins.
Farly in the spring Weston, will If you rn't find anything good to
have a Chautauqua meeting sup- y about your neighbor, (hen for
pliedl from the celebrated .Kllist n- goodne kt keep quiet
White circuit, G. G. Young, r-
presenting this company, apN'and Wants Fres fommerclulijej
before . the Welfare Club Tues- Mr. Bryan wfnts law to compel
day evening and submitted a pro- nwpapra to glv a groater spaca
position that received the uimni- for maittr tht govtrnment dlre
mous endorsement of that organiza- published.
tion. Every newpapr is floodod now
While the club was prevented by 'M rquet for publicity from near
its rules from giving a guaranty, 'y ry department and official bu.
this matter was attended to later and federal,
by a number of leading citizens, Nwpiprs receive from fiv to
and with the assistance of Mr. ten letter in a day's mail ttinp
Young they secured pledges for 170 forth tha importance and valua of
of the 2SJ5 season tickets required "rvlre performed by boards, officials
by the guaranty. No doubt is felt "'' commiions,
that the reniainder will be readily Tim Uiktn to prepare all this mat
dispo.d of, as by buying season ter, paper and postaga, sre all at pub
tickets patrons may see and enjoy lie xpn and increase the cost of
the Chautauqua's several attrac- government and ok to expand public
tions for only 25 cents each. function. .
The season covers three week High taxes, hith cot of arriMiii.m
days, With a different attraction and constant incrta of overhead ex-
ter, Mrs. Lillian Purdy, have estal- one of its most valued citizens, and
lished themselves at Long Beach, the local'band will be minus a good
Calif., for the winter. Charles clarinet player in the person t
Purdy will attend high school at Allison Wood. We wish Dave well,
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F". G. Lucas
Kent Estate and Loans
Weston, Oregon
Long Beach.
A miscellaneous shower was
given to Miss Lena Lieuallen Sat
urday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. T. L. McBride. Many
lovely gifts were received by the
guest of honor.
J;
f Dr. O. S. NEWSOM
J Fhym'eian six? Surgeon
fPost ItuhYHng (Dr. Stone's for
mer office) Athena, Oreg.
' Phone 229
Painless Dentistry
DR. R. B. R0BBINS
Judd Building
Court and Main Slreel
PENDLETON, OREGON
pleasantly entertained at the home
of Mrs. R. Morrison December 16,
Mrs. Wm. . MacKenize acting as
leader.
An excellent paper on Child Wel
fare was read by Mrs. J. H. Will
iams. A discussion on Home Ilelii, led
Rev. N. D. Wood, former Meth- by Mrs. R. W. Brown, brought out
odist pastor at Weston, was here ma ty helpful and interesting ideas
the first of the week while on his to aid the housewife in her round
way to attend conference at Oakes- of duties. '
da'e. He was a guest Monday of A pienk ,uru.,, WiU( by Mrg
Mr. and Mrs. George Nesbitt. K M Stnitn Hnd Mrs Frank Gra.
lose and Mrs. Sim J. Culley, Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs,
Marvin Price, Mr. and Mrs. Will
Pric. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Van
Winkle, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brown,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Porter, Mr. and
Mrs. F, A. Graham, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Greer, Mr. and Mrs. A. W,
Lundell Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ealing,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Price, Mr. and
Mrs. A. James, Mesdames J. Hodg-
The Saturday Afternoon Club was . A. BarneU, R. MorriBon,
The
und evening
-a recital company.
pensas largely are. due now
emmantal press bureau.
wny should th ntwspapers
to gov-
be
however, in the ranching game.
Reddle - dramatic im- "kod to run all this fret of charge?
PICNIC LUNCH IN MIDWINTER
Our good farmer would befter
make himself a profitable Christ
mas gift by ordering a tractor
engine or gang plow before Jan.
1st. He'll save 115 to $100.
Watts & Rogers.
Alyse Gilchrist, W. A. Graham,
Margaret Rabb, F. D. Watt;
Messrs. H. Goodwin, J. A. MtRae,
J. M. Ashworth.
each afternoon
list includes;
The Oriole
lrofessor
pcrsonator.
A recital company, to be an Portland Tht dregem, California
nounced later. t Eastern Railway! wil receive .')00,.
The Maussnn pictures, showing 000 bond issut frotn Klamath Falls
Antarctic scenery and animal life. )aldas 7,000 In terminal grounds;
A lecture on Mexico. Burns gives IIOO.OOOJ Lakaview 120,.
The Hawaiian Quintette, 000; Bend 136,000; rrlnevillt $100,-
Some of the above are on the 000 ;Bonana will gride stvtn miles
circuit which includes the larger Bni! '"nd owners will Rive uoo miles
cities like Portland and Spokane. ' right of way. Mr. Strahorn an-
It is confidently expected that they
will meet with such favor that the
cnautauqua will lecome a per
nounces that actual construction work
will start In 30 days.
Strong For Horse School
Dr. C. W. Lassen, veterinarian, Is
sending out letters to stockmen of
Eastern Oregon, urging them to ex
press an Interest in the proposed horns
school which the 0. A. C. has sched
uled for thi city esrly in the spring,
"This school will be of big interest to
stockmen," he said, "hut more partlcu-
manent annual feature at Weston. fMAi0toa4JtJt ffj.
So Easy To Criticize
It is easy to criticize one's neighbor
who hs gone wrong in morals, or
made a failure In husine', sny an
exchange, and so hard to give credit
for tht effect of the Influences im
pelting him to (llxsstor, over which he
ha no control, that our criticism of
rbTNttl Oritur, Dtea BrutiUKC
uecuuen
HARNESS TsiioE REPAIRING ' '
Clay Smith had such a big load ' . ,lne "n"i "",.on. grassy Jary to persons owning and handling of others is ofton very uncharitallt.
of Christmas gifts for his upland U"! ?r,llw V" Ullions. It will afford an opportun- Men often say how good thoy would
mail rout yesterday that he could camp "re wh.ch of course rtquired ity to learn from hore txpcrU the have been, or what thoy would hsvt
.. .. . . a littl avKinf nnci' from thi imirin ! 1 .1. - ....... m ' .
. . , , " vnrnnis nunjerui rciij w uic norne acrompiiKneu nad tncy licen In the
carry it all. Many packages
that he was compelled to leave at
the postollice were taken out later
by W. L. Rayborn and Joe Cannon.
Wednesday night the Weston post
office sent out eleven sacks of
Christmos mail.
auon, in IJUCemiXT. . lulutrv. The onlv hinir the coIIpm nllmr man', nlur.
Mrs. J. O. Hale of Adams was ask is that we provide a place for They do not stop to ask why the
present as a guest. The next meet- the school and take an interest in it fellow tbst wa In the other hoe did
ing of the club will be held Decern- I will personally see that a place I not succeed. If thoy did they would
ber 30, when Mrs. C. II. Smith will secured if the stockmen will respond often find the man who wni mmn
dvv umbivbo. w ine taca. u.
tiOOD STOCK GOOD WORK
Leave order t Weston Mercsntilt
sioi-e, or bring work to iny rfdeiie.
I'ower cottar, nvur echwl. t.
I. r. SETTLE - W.-r
CIih. H. Carter Dan F. Smylht
Carter & Smythe
LAWYERS
or who foiled,, was entitled 'to great PENDLITON ' -- -'sr-lk OREGON