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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1917)
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fnrn t.lin nmvnl of snrinir stock. The nrices on these are decided ;! JUaDUIIuUlU iJif CUIO
cuts and will prove a substantial saving to economical buyers. j:
We find many odds and ends that we desire to clean up t
The Syrup Season is on. We carry
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Ffni'c iirmv iirnni cnv g a lull line 01 syrups lor yum iulmiv-
UlEHd HtAYl VUUL 3UA :j fast pancakes or waffles, in cane, corn
These are heavy wool sold ordinal ily at 30e the pair, our price to dean up, five pair for $1.00 ;J mapkf extracted llOlieyS, JUld C0111-
(MDROi'S DRESSES I j)0Un.(J n"! .b'on,(1? tmt wi" 8Uie
"u""""' I sui(. an imilvliua taste,
io nmrl.i :is;ilv inmmm - vim will like them: sola reiruiariy S " v
up to $3.50; our price to dean up, your choice for only $1.39
SHOES AT A SAVING
We find many short ends in this line and have placed them on sale tables ami
marked them down to suit the most exacting. This lot contains many splendid
styles both for ladies and children, priced at little more than half what they
. originally sold for. ,. .. . ,
A TABLE OF REMITS
Containing almost everything in piece goods, ginghams, ribbons, muslins, tick
ing, dress goods, all marked at about half of the regular selling price.
Up to $4. 50, only a few left, to close out will go at only $1.50
Another lot of sweaters for men, good wearers that should sell for 75c; all that's left at 50c
MEN'S COTTON GLOVES slightly damaged in shipment -only a few
dozen but the price is only, per pair : 6c
i We have sample bottles of all kinds
:i of syrup and honey at your disposal,
:j so that you may choose the flavor
:j which suits you best.
Prices Reduced on
jj Sheep-lined Coats
j These are good quality and very desir-
able for winter wear.
j All coats that sold for $5.25 now $ 1.50
t All coats that sold for $4.00 now $3.00
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FARMERS WILL TilEET
Watts & Rogers are overt tocked
that is the place for bargains.
Mr, and Mrs. Somervile of AIlei
ta, former Weston residents, weie
guests during the week of the W.
After exchanging greetings with
a host of his old-time friends, F.
H. Beathe left Wednesday on his
return to Seattle.
Mrs. Margaret Wheeler has re
turned from a two weeks' visit at
the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Newt O'Harra, in the country.
Mrs. A. Richal, Mrs. G. DeGraw,
Mrs. Marcaret Kabband Mrs. R. G.
Saling motored to WaJla Walla jects to le presented.
Wednesday in Mrs. Saling's car U x East End farmers are In-coming
an evening's visit. more anj ,m,rc interesUid in the
The Ladies' Guild held its Jaun- bulk grain question, and a large
ary meeting at the home of Mrs. R. attendance is expected. IiHirt of
G. Saling. A large membership an cxceedingly inU-resting meeting
was present and also the following at Carvalli. was brought home by
guests: Mrs. E.,0. DeMoss, Mrs. ,
A. L. Douglas and Mrs. F. D. Sim J. Culley, the warehouse com
Watts. A pleasing feature of the pany's president.
afternoon were the two gipsy songs
sung in costume by Mrs. Saling by
special requset, with Mrs. Watts at
the piano. The hostess was assist'
ed in serving refreshments by Mrs.
M. C. Price and Mrs. E. O. DeMoss.
Mrs. Watts invited the guild
members to be her guests at their
next meeting, which will be held
the first Thursday afternoon in
SATURDAY, JAN. 20
A meeting of the farmers of tl e
W'estwn, Blue Mountain and Down
ing districts has been called, to I e
held at the Masonic hall in this
city Saturday, January 20, at two
o'clock in the afternoon, to discurs
ways and means of handling
grain in bulk at all three of these
The meeting is under auspices of
the Weston Warehouse comany,
which is arranging for speakers to
address the meeting. These will
be men of state wide prominence
who have made a study of the sub-
Wixil will pay the taxes, their ex
fa lamb buy the gasoline. Their
increu.se will amount to several hun
dred dollars er year, and in two
or three years the original invest
ment will be netted and the band
will be pure velvet.
'These results will lie obtained
fr im a small bunch kept under tv
eruge conditions and taking into
consideration the yearly josses that
are bound to occur."
UMAPiNE DRAMATIC CLUB
COMING JANUARY 20TH
SUMXOM rot rmiUTHM.
In the Circuit ( urt of tin- Slate
of Oregon in and for Umatilla
Lulu Schwarz. I'lalntilT, vs.
Magdalene Iuise Stahl Sohikora
(formerly Magdalene lmise Stahl)
and Fred R. Schikora, her hiw
baml. Earnest William Slnlil. (al.-o
known as Ernest William Stahl),
and Bertha Stahl, his wife, Lillian
E. Schwarz, Ruth T. Svhwarz,
Adolph H. Schwarz, Catherine C.
Schwarz, Henrietta Stahl and
Adolph Schwarz, husband of the
plaintiff herein, Defendants.
To the Det'endunts, Magdalene
Louise Stahl Schikora (formerly
Magdalene Iiuise Stahl) , and Fred
R. Schikora. her husband, Earnest
William Stahl, (also known as Ern
est William Stahl) and llertha Stahl,
his wife, Lillian E. Schwarz, Ruth
T. Schwarz, Adolph H. Schwarz,
Catherine C. Schwann, Henrietta
Stahl and Adolph Schwarz, husband
"MILT" SWAGGART SAYS
SHEEP PAY GN THE FARM
ESTRAY RANGE CATTLE
J. M. Swaggart lately completed
a new sheep barn at his place on
Lamar gulch, with N. Buroker as
"superintendent of construction."
It is claimed to be the most com
plete and convenient building of its
kind tn the county. Seventy feet
The village of Umapine genu in
strong for amateur theatricals and
has developed some unusually good
talent. An opportunity will be
alforded Weston jejplc to sec a
Umapine play Saturday evening,
January 20, hcn "Dora," a pas
toral drama in three acta, will be
produced by a strong cat at Weston
opera house under the auspices of f the plaintiff herein:
the Umapine Dramatic Club Bnd In the Name of the State of
under the direction of Wallace Oregon, you and each of you are
Morrill. hereby required to appear and
Farmer Allan will be lnierson- answer the Complaint filed against
ated by Wallace Morrill, William you in the above named Court,
Allan by Ray ford Witherite, Luke in the aliove entitled cause, with
Blonifield by Clifload Ward. Jem in six weeks from the date of the
Blunt by Floyd Ward, Willie (child) first publication of this Summons,
by Anna Murphy, Dora Allan by to-wit, within six weeks from the
Miss Edith HarixT, and Mary Mr- 2!Kh day of December, 1910, and
ridon by Miss Florence I'hilippi. , if you fail no to appear and answer,
Weston plays having always met plaintiff will take a judgment
wtti a favorable reception and and decree in said action against
1 irge houses at Umapine, it is you for the relief in said complaint
hoped that Weston people will now prayed. Publication of this Sum
return the compliment. mons is made pursuant to an order
Between acts there will be music of the Judge of the above named
by the Umapine orchestra and sot gs Court, made - and entered herein
by Mr. Clifford Ward. f, on the 22d day of December, 19lfi.
(The play was announced for authorizing service or Summons in
follows: Commencing at the north
west corner of Lot 11. of Block ',
of the Original Town of Wnti,
Oregon, running thence south t n
feet, thence east eighty feet,
thence north ten feet, thence weit
eighty feet, to the place of Le-ginning.
2. l-'t N. Tin in Block No,
Two fronting on Water Street
eighty feet and im Main Street
forty feet, as will appear en the
original plat of the City of Wes
ton, Umatilla County. Oregon, now
on file in the Clerk's office in said
3. The Eat half of tM num
bered Eight, in Block numbered
Five, of the original Town of (Vn
terville, (now railed the City of
Athena), Umatilla County, Ore
gon, according to the plat thereof,
now on record in the ollice of the
Recorder of Conveyances for said
4. It numberc I Seven in Block
numbered Five of the Oiiginal
Town of Centerville, aUi Lots num
bered Four and Five in Block num
bered Three of Kirk's First Ad
dition to the Town of Centerville,
said Town of Centerville being now
known as the City of Athena in
Umatilla County, Oregon. .
5. I)t numbered Twelve in
Rlock numlH-ied Fifty-five in the
Town of Freewatcr, (now city)
In the County of Umatilla, State
of Oregon, as nhown by the ofllcial
plat of said town.
EVANS & WATSON,
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
601-60.1 Baker Building,
Walla Wnlla, Washington.
PorK, Mutton, Veal
FISH Monday and Thursday
Get Our Prices
1'hune No. M. Onl.'in tukvn by
phone for mm I ruutm.
Tun puri-eiil Inter! on all ac
counts aftur ;w dnya.
A. P. Perry
rhycinn aiK urgcnn
t l'ot Hullriing (Dr. Hluuu't for-
mr olllco) Athuna, Oreg.
to loan on good
Wheat land at
A number of range cattle, most
all dehorned, with a spur or row
lock brand on left hip; also two
with "circle S" on right hip, and
email "D. S." on left hip.
Will pay liberal reward for in
formation leading to the recovery
of any of the alove stock.
J. N. CHANDLER, Elgin, Or.
Salem The Spaulding Lumber Co.
has purchased South Mill creek water
power and a site fur a manufacturing
plant. : , - ',
The Coos Bay cual mints are be
ing developed as the Southern Paci
fic's new line ba opened other mar
lomr and 14 feet wide it Drovides Saturday evening of this week, but this action by publication as provided
long and 114 leet - wide, it Provides . fc ,aw A 8Ucclnct BtatPn.nt of
amme accommuuauon lor oo enei-'D - - r ., ...
of the illness of Mr. Morrill.)
KoUc StockftoUerf Mertlnt
ample accommodation for 65 sheep
to eat at once. Mr. Swaggart has
65 sheep on his place and 35 will
lamb next month. He says:
"Just a word or two about sheep: VT .. . . . ' . .,
What animal can be fed on so little Not cc "" V th
A.,-;n.. k . u ir,f- What 4v.. rf " 1 BMIVHIIUIuers OI
animal will eat so many weeds and
keep the ranch so clean as will the
sheep? Whit animal gives such a
quick three-fold profit wool, mut
ton and lambs? A sheep matures
almost as soon as a chicken and in
three or four years with ordinary
care and success the number will
be quadrupled. What will 20 to CO
ewes do on the average ranch?
With ordinary care they will live
on what other animals disdain; their
the Weston Mercantile Company
will be held at the Masonic hall in
Weston, Oregon, January 17, 1917,
at 2:30 oclock p. m. '
Dated this 5th day of January,
1917. J. H. WILLIAMS,
W. M. Pctcrx U. H. Biihop
Peterson & Bishop
PenJlwtwn, Or. Freewalvr, Or.
the relief demanded in this action is
as follows: This is an action to
quiet title of plaintiff and defend
ants, as tenants in common of the
lands Bnd premises hereinafter
described, and to partition said
lands and premises among the par
ties, plaintiff and defendants, a
cording to their respective rights
and interest therein and thereto,
and for a sale of puch property,
or any part of it. if It ameiirs
tluit a partition thereof cannot be
had without great prejudice to
the owncTs, said Innds and prem
ises being situate in Umatilla Coun
ty, State of Oregon, and particu
larly described as follows, to-wit:
1. A strip of land described as
Dr. Alfred F.Sempert
Graduate and Kegintertid
tw OFFICE nouns
9:00 to 12:00 A. M.
1:00 to 6;00 P. M.
WATTS HI, DO., upstairs
F". G. Lucas
. Hun I Kfltnt mikI I.imim
NOW'S THE TIME
to my your Wentoit Lt-ador "ubM"
CIims. II. C'MrUr Dhii I. Smyths
Carter & Smythe
PENDLETON . . OREGON
DH. R. B. K0BBINS
(nurt and Main Streets