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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1917)
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JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE
FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY FIFTH
We Will Open Our January Clearance Sale. It Offers
The Greatest REDUCTION OF PRICES
You'll see in 1917.
And at the same time values not to be found ,
elsewhere; and REMEMBER this: It takes
more than "marked down prices"
to make value
If you want high class, distinctive, new, up-to-the-minute
clothing and dry goods you'll get more
of it here than any where else and for less mon
Our Merchandise Is Our Best Argument, Come And Investigate.
Friday Is The Opening Day, REMEMBER THAT.
PENDLETON'S GREATEST DEPARTMENT STORE
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE.
I JNntlo is hereby given that by
virtue or an execution ihkuwi out r
the Circuit Court, Statu of Oregtm,
for Umatilla County, and to me
directed ami delivered, upon the
judgment and decree rendered
ami entered in auiil Court
on the 16th day of December, 1916,
in favor of W. It. Ayer as I'laintitT
and against Josephine Ionian, ex.
tutrix of ' the estate of Klixabcth
I Kclsay, deceased, et al, as IH'fend
It ants, for the mini of l ll'.UO with
intcrvtd tlirrtmi Ht tho into of 10
per cent ht Mniuini from July I,
lyili, the further sum of flL'.'i.OO
attorney's fee, and for $:t!.r cost
and ilifJmrM'iiH iits, which said de
cree, judgment, and order of wile
has lavn docketed ami enrolled in
tin oINce of the Clerk of aaid Cir
cuit Court; and whereas ly said
judgni-ut, decree and order of sale
it whs directed that tho following
dcnrriticd real rocrty in Umatilla
County, Oregon, to-wit: ,
"Lola I. 2, ami 14 in Work 2'X,
lUvervation addition to tin City of
IViidleton, I'matilla County, State
of Oregon, U sold by tho Sheriff
of tlmatilla County, Oregon, to
buti.sfy aid judgment and all cost;
I will on tho li-d day of January,
A. 1). I!17, at tho hour of two
o'clock in tho afternoon of said day,
at tho front iloor of tho Court
llou.sc in tho City of IVndleton,
Umatilla County, Oregon, sell all
tho right, titlo and interest the aaid
Tt Josephine. Ionian, executrix of Uio
estate of hlixaln-th Kelsay, tlccea.
od, et al, hal in ami tit tho alve
doscrilied inH rty on tho 1st day
of July, A. D. 1916, or aim- has
acimirad, at public auction to the
hitchest bidder for cash in hand, the
proceeds to be applied in satisfuc.
tion of said execution and all costs.
Dated this 20th day of December,
T. I). TAYLOR, Sheriff.
I?y A. C. FUNK. Deputy.
this whiter out-of-doors
Tolo, golf, tennis; automobiltng over
California's wonderful highways;
and a wide variety of places to go
and things to sec makes a visit to
Gtlifornia brim full of pleasure
nonet or rnju. smiainrr
CLARK WOOD, rblihr
SUBiCRIPl ION RATE J
Strict! m Afbntt
The Year &
Four Months , 0 50
Retrular. per tnch per insertion ...-12,1
Transient, per inch per insertion
Locals, per line per insertion
FKZDAT, JAX 5 -
EaKrrS the pt.lfic. at Off..,
tt mc.h4-cI.is aii Miter.
WELFARE CLOB ELECTS
k NORMAL COMMITTEE
Hyatt. Mr. and Mrs. John Hyatt, niTY PfiHMfill HOI OS ITS
Mr. and Mrs. Itoy Hyatt Mrs. Myr- ' WUi.UL HUUtt lid
SW""1 FIRST MEEIM H 1917
A sleigh riding party consisting
of . all the young people of t' e
neighborhood wore out the other ev
ening, after which thoy found an
"oyster supper" awaiting them al
the Dowd home.
Mr. tmd Mrs. Avery and daughter
Elizabeth have returned to their
home after a week's visit with
friends in Weston.
Bert, Elmer and Jess Ferguson
have gone to La Grande to work
on the railroad.
In the County Court of tho Stale
of Oregon for Umatilla County.
In tho Matter of tho Folate of
Edward Andewon, Dcreaned.
To All whom it May Concern:
Notice is hervhy given that Anna
The city council! held its first Anderson, executrix of the estate
meeting of the new year Wedm-a- of reward Anderson, den-axed, has
day and the new members, J. M. filed in the above entitled court her
IViee and J. H. Williams, were final account of the administration
sworn in. Mr. Williams was ap- of the said estate, and said court
pointed to fill the vacancy caused haa fixed the 20th day of January,
by the resignation of D. K. Wood.. 1917, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, .
in- at the uounty uourt room in uie .
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y UIIIOII PACIFIC SYSTEM ff
VD ieprcirt.itivearealwayiuVliuhteJtolH'lp -JljJ TH
V W plan (ld'orm'4 trip. Liunture, informa. rV 't
Jf tw hJ -pecilk ovU ujxa appUcutwn to Z
t&Jf i s. nrxsoil, rat. Wwtoa; I0S. DUtrlct 'Jt rjf
ej ntltht iM Nmnfti t nt, Willi WIU, WiU. J1 h tlj
mt'' V )Kto .".v I s'Zsif
Meet (lie Briquet lilan
Now that you have taken our advice
and bought a good coal atove I want you
to get better acquainted with the Hriqm t
Man and hia excellent fuel, and I ant conhV
dnt you will like it so well that will
have no cause to regret the acquaintance.
Try a loatl and be convinced.
P. T. Harbour
rrank bkinner, the present in- ai uie county kajuti room in uie
At this week's meeting of the o'clock, when their daughter Lena
Weston Welfare club a committee an(j Mr. Marvin Adkins were un
was chosen by ballot to meet with jted in marriage,
a similar committee appointed by The young couple entered the
the Pendleton Commercial Associa- parlor as the wedding march was
tion to discuss the normal school piayed by Mrs. J. V. Bell and
question and endeavor to arrive at plighted their vows under a large
a harmonious understanding. white wedding bell. They were at-
No nominations were made and tended by Miss Mabel Lteualler,
the committee was chosen in the old Bsier 0f the bride, and Mr. Kay
town meeting style, the five mem- q' Harm.
bers receiving the highest numbei V. B. Smith performed the
of votes being declared elected, ceremony in the presence of about
They were Dr. F. D. Watts, S. A. thirty guests. Alter the happy
Barnes, E. O. DeMoss, E. M. Smith event, refreshments were served,
and Clark Wood. .
The committee asked for instruc- M. .
.r..- iii nr i..niul liv tin. Miss Clara
club, which Mred.lqr.derbiv.
n,a;ritv thnt: it nreferreil to leave "p'i-v ......
,.tou ,iih ..! hamlit at the home of
A very pretty New Year's wed
ding was solemnized at the home of Mayor Banister announced his com
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Ueuaiien at nve m it tee appointments as follows:
Ordinance Price, Rogers, Saling,
eumbent. was strain annotated to County Court huose, at Pendleton
the office of chief of police and in Umatilla County, State of Ore
water superintendent. gon, as the time and place for hear-
The council decided to repair ing said objections and exceptions,
the normal school dormitory bulid- if any there be, and all persona
ing used as a city hall and also the interested in said estate are hereby
girls' dormitory. A local fund of notified to appear at said time and
$360.40 collected from rents is place and make any objivtions or I
available for this purpose. exceptions they have to the approv-
After making a brief address ai oi uie said report, uie uiscnarg-
ing oi said executrix and uie exon
eration of her bondsmen from furth
er liability herein; and it is further
ordered by said court that this no
lice shall be published in the Wes
ton Leader, a weekly newspaper
published at Weston, Umatilla
County, State of Oregon, for four
Street Saling, Price, Williams.
Fire and Police Williams, Price,
Finance and Property Wurzer,
HoUm l SUckfcoMenf MnUog
Notice is hereby given that the
annual meeting of stockholders of
the Weston Mercantile Comimny
will be held at the Masonic hall in
Zerba and Mr. Luther Weston, Oregon, January 17, l'J17,
at 2:0 oclock p. m.
Dated this 6th day of January,
1917. J. H. WILLIAMS,
The Pendleton representatives are
G. M. Rice, J. H. Gwinn, Roy Ka
Icy, E. B. Aldrich and V. E. Brock.
The meeting will be held at Pen
dleton. NEWS FROM THE BLUES
Weston Uplands, Jan. 4. A mad
dog belonging to Cus Olson was
killed on Basket mountain a few
days ago and hence others who
have not killed their dogs keep
them either tied or muzzled.
. Mrs. Martha Ferguson, who was
called to Fe -idleton a few days ago
by the Ninons of her little grandson,
Jimmie Ferguson, has retttrnwl
home and reports the little fellow
to be much improved.
Agnes Schneider and Carl Brut
scher were dinner guests Sunday of
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Englith.
The school directors have decided
to have a two weeks' vacation in
stead of one during the storm and
Mr. and Mrs. Gar
ence Zerba near Athena. They will
make their home at McMinnville,
where the brideroom is a member
of the high school faculty.
consecutive weeks, the first publica-
Wurzer, Wil- tin thereof being made on the 22d
day of December, 1916.
Said order is dated, the 6th day
of December, 1916.
Exeoutiixof the Estate of Ed
ward Anderson, Deceased.
; lfi:l Tob Suit tal
Recdaport The Southern Pacific
Company is making extensive im
trouble in keeping the road broken enacted.
to the school house.
Zuhl The alfalfa seed Industry at
this place reached 121,000 bushels for
Salem is to get. a $00,000 addition
to the federal poKtofficc building.
Vale The Western Pacific Com
pany is to sink a well here for oil
The Oregon legislature plans an
$18,000,000 bond iue for rural loans.
Portland The f 1,750,000 Portland
Vancouver bridge over the Columbia
river is completed.
Tendleton A $30,000 road-show
theatre i planned here on the sit
of the present Temple theatre.
Salem The attorney general has
asked for $38,320 to conduct his de
partment on account of many laws
A Glad Surprise
Pay your social debts with
an excellent box of ,
TIia flnnrinv mill al John Dav
On New Year s day Mrs. uyntnia to operate efter February first
Hyatt gave a family dinner at her
homp Those nresent were.' Will ,Mrst 11,0 railroad, then the sog-ir
Jiome. i nose present were. , m fat.u, an1 now , ,melter, and the
Hall, wife and sons; Mr. and Mrs. GranU pasg owball of progress
Joe Hyatt, ilr. and Mrs. Seta roUs en.
Sold only at the etore that
selects the best of
Before Pressing Your Suit
You'll win her if we do
A shave, hair-cut and
shine would help.
in WESTOH BATHS aadii
' to your measure
R. L. Reynaudi
DR. C . SMITH
Physician and Surgeon
At Alta Stables
One extra Rood, big, blark lmiriil Prhorii. S yours dd, weight
2300. On extra gil Imported n of the gresl HO.OUO farml
(Hhcr IVrcheron. Belgians, Sliiren and Clydetdalea tlmt are dwtira
ble, iMMitlini a numlwr f yining on 'th errft ligrw tnm mm to
thiiee year old and I'ertherun and ilelgtaii msrws All arid b prked
If you have a stallion that you cannot use longer, I might change.
J. R. JUSTICE . Importer . Pendleton
Furnished and Printed at the Leader ofllce
Sixty (minimum)..... $0 85
One hundred 1 15
Two hundred............... 1 05
Each additional hundred 0 40
Preston-Shaffer Milling Go.
Athena, Oregon . Wailnburg, Wash.
- Ofllce In
W. M. ttttnon CM. RUhop
Peterson & Bishop
1'unJlutun, Or. Fruewaler, Or.
Made of selected bluestem in one of the
best equipped mills in the Northwest.
Sold in Weston by
Weston Mercantile Company