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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1917)
Saturday, June 2
will be the biff day of our sale. Each
day has been a record day;
but for Saturday special inducements
Beautiful Carbon Gravures
purchased especially for this sale, size
16x20, mounted ready for framing.
Muslin at d cents
the yard. These are mill ends, about
1000 yards, good quality
unbleached, but for Saturday, only
one dollar's worth to a
customer, G 1-R
ONE OF THESE
with $2.50 purchase or over. Only one
to a customer.
Only fifty of these, but your choice as
long as they last. SATURDAY ONLY.
Read the Bill Every Word
It means dollars to you.
REDUCTIONS FOR THIS SALE 0'ILY
DECORATION DAY FIFTINGLY
OBSERVED AT WESTON
J. H. Padberg and family were here
from Morrow county Sunday for the
Hajslewnod tee cream, the beat in
town; fresh candies; fresh roamed
peanuts. Mhs Kuth Head will serve
you. Bakery Store.
No "war prices" with us. Pie 15c,
cinnamon rolls. 20c per dozen, buns
15c, cookies 15c, lolly roll 15c, layer
cake 30. Patronize nome industry.
ISakery Store, Main street.
' Mrs. Jane Hartman. Mrs. M. J.
Marsh. Mrs. W. B. Mays and C. II.
Marsh motored up from Pendleton
Sunday in Judge Marsh's car and
were guests of Mrs. 8. Wood.
Mre. Xantippe Fonniinore, who was
one of the artier students of the old
Weston Normal, returned Sunday to
her home near La Crosse. Wash., aft
er a visit with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Beeves.
The Bachelor Girls and their
friends gave Mini Ethel Waddingham
a miscellaneous shower Friday even
ing in honor of her approaching mar
riage. An enjoyable time was had and
ice cream, wafers and coffee were
Prcd KylP and son and Charles
Wurfleld came over from Milton this
week to begin planting SO acres of
beans on the Prank Greer place.
Among the other large tracts to be
planted to beans in this vicinity are
Mi acres of the Price homestead and
160 acres 1l the G. W. Winn hold
ings. Walter Ueainer uasualiy fed a cou
ple of his fingers to an industrious
wood raw the other day and found,
that the saw had an appreciative ap
petite. Walter did not quit lose hia
finger, but did lose all sympathy for
the machine's hunger and has tempo
rarily retired from Industrial activities.
Bright and beautiful weather en
hanced a fitting observance at Wes
ton of laceration Day. Many people
werej out to enjoy tne exercises, and
paid floral tribute to loved ones III
the Masonic, Odd Fellows and City
The line of marcii was formed on
Water street, and led up Main street
hill to the cemeteries. It was led by
the Weston Cornet liand in unllorm.
and next in line were the veteran,
v. Ith C. P. Bulfinch as color bearer.
Then came the school children and
afterward members or the seevral lo
cal lodges. Automobile brought u;
I'pon returning to town the people
.'isfeiublcd in tin- City park, where
pleading and impressive exercise,
were held. Tile program opened
with "Washington Grays." a very
beautiful memorial march by the
band. The. audience sang "A merlt-a."
and the invocation was given by Hev.
W. B. Smith. The stirring "Hymn of
The M irsellalue'' was' then sung by an
octette of voices uncrr the direction
of A. W. Lundcll. The address of the
day was then given :iy Merrltt A.
Baker, a civil war veteran and for
many years one of Weston's leading
citizens. It was an eloquent and ap
propriate effort. Another song.
"Tenting On the Oh; Camp Ground,"
was followed by the uencdictlon and
the closing band number.
The Grand Army of the Republic
was represented by Allen Itichal,
F. Bulfineh, A, T. Metis. W. K. Irls
kell, Merrill A. Baker, :. W. David
son and L. tj. Wood. Frank Mulder
was the only Spanish war veteran in
line. Mr. Snider served an marshal
of the parade.
calla lily. The wedding march was
oLive.I he fiiut flwrrrtnle Van Win.
kle, and the bride and groom were
attended by Mlsa Daisy Wadding
ham and Mr. Fred Hendrlckson. Many '
beautiful gifts, which included costly
sets of cut glass and silverware, were
received by the happy couple. Fol
lowing the ceremony, a light repast
Mr. and Mrs. Ueuallen began
housekeeping at once In Walla Wal
la, where the bridegroom has a bank
position. Both of them "grew up" In
Weston, where they are held in the
WESTON DOY OF ELEVEN
GIVES PIANO RECITAL
RULES ARE RIGID
Everything is ready for the pio
neers' reunion next week, and the
program of exercises apears else
where in this paer. An added fea
ture is the fag-raising at nine o'clock
Friday morning. Weston' new com
munity flag will then be dedicated
and hoisted to the top of a pole 102
feet and 10 inches In height This
splendid stick was goUcn ut by Tu
rin Henderson, substituting for Clar
ence Avery, who is ill. A new fl-nain-e
committee, was appointed Mon
day by Chairman Barnes- W. H.
Gould, the former rhairmnn f this
committee, being unavoidably absent.
Its members ere Lew Van Winkle.
Bud Nelson and Hank Price and
thoai fellows are moue J -geUtrs.
The Weston ball t'.ser have a
game scheduled for 2:;,n p m. next
Sunday on the loeal ,.iiumln with til"
While IIoiim; team of Walla Walla.
They promise to hive tiie visitor.- -who
are said to have a crack team
a battle royal, and most respectfully
and urgently invite the fans to attend
in order that thfy won't be shy on
Washington. Emphasis Is laid by
Provost Marshal General Crowder on
the fact that no man within the pres
cribed age limit except those already
In the regular army and navy, the
national guard In the federal .service
or reserve divisions cf the naval serv
ice, are excused from registration (or
If a man's 31st birthday falls on
June S he is exempt; If it falls on
June 6 b must register. If a man Is
21 years old the day of the census, he
Failure to register means Imprison
ment wltb no alternative of fine.
Men seeking exemption from service
because they support one or more de
pendents must be sure that the person
they have In mind Is "solely" depend
ent on them. Otherwise they must not
"hide behind petticoats or children."
Thn mere fact that one claims exemp
tion will not necessarily exempt hlra.
The question upon which exemption
of those with dependents will be de
"Have you a father, mother, wife,
child under J2, or a sister or brother,
under 12, solely dependent upon you
for support? (Specify, wlilrh.J"
Miss Kthel Waddingham and Mr.
Karl Lleuallen were united in mar
riage Sunday afternoon, May 27. at
the home of tile brides pa rente, Mr.
and Mrs. II. Waddiiigham. The wed
ding was a very pretty one. and wa.-i
Nolemnizeil in the presume of a large
number of relaivex nnd friend.
Thn ring' ceremony was used, Itev.
W. S. Payne officiating. Utile Neil
Buss was ring bearer, and carried the
cinbleiu vt wedlock in a UiuUtilul
100,000 Americans Soon in France.
London. An official statement Is
sued there says that counting the
Americans serving in the British and
French armies and the additional
nits ordered to France, there will
shortly be 100,000 Americans In
A delightfully interesting piano re
cital was given by Henry Crnlurn, pu
pil of ZHIa Simpson, at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. price of this city
hi Wednesday evening, May 30. be
fore a large and enthusiastic audi
ence. The playing or M.isler Henry
Cralgen, a hid of eleven years, arous
ed eapeclal interest and reflected
great credit upon his teacher show
ing careful preparation. In the In
terpretation of the numbers which
lrnded great variety he displayed a
very comiaundahle technic for having
studied only eight months. Through
out the recital, a beautiful singing
tone and musician))' playing predom
inated, which Is so characteristic of
the. results of the Malun Burnett
School of I'laiio Playing, of which
Miss Simpson Is a metnlKr of the fac
ulty, perhaps tho most favored
numbers on the program were "Giant
Steps," In which he demonstrated tho
a'rt of pedaling; "Elfand Hours." with
Its beautiful tone color, and "old
Chief Motaatakwa." with the song
like legato of thu right hand melody
and the characteristic Indian rhythm
throughout the left hand part. Tho
ensemble number, a trio nlayed by
Nina Price, Anna Lavender and Hen
ry Crslged. proved of particular In
terest and In their r:iythm nnd shad
ing they played a one Individual. At
the close of the program Miss Simp
son was requested to play and sing it
group of numbers which she did in
her iisiini hrllllxnt ajid effective man
lier. The program is us follow;
Duet -Test March . . tsiw
Henry Cralgen nnd Miss Simpson
''Inlng lo Camp ". Terry
The Wind Wlt,g
The promise Watson
Giant Steps CroKhy.AdHtiiM
Ifiirrty Ourdy Man linger
Here We Go Smith
Boiling the Hoop Bel hi
In the Fields ! Smith
Klfnnrt Horns ....... frosby-A iln ms
Three Mtlle Chickens . .Sehaefer
old chl'T Metnutakwa ...... Mokrejs
Trio With Light Wearts Porter
Henry lYalgen, Mlna I'rlce, Anna
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k y- rffiftitv Awuwt wajwa
Osn. Tasktr H. Bliss, acting chief
of staff while Central Soott la absent
with the Russian commission.
FOR SALE BY
I IL A. BRANDT
McNsry Named to 8uceeed Senator.
Salem, Or. Jude Charles L. Mc
Nary. republican, of Salem, was ap
pointed United Stales senator for Ore
gon, by Governor Withycombe, to suc
ceed Senator Harry Lane.
Liberty Loan Facts.
Amount of Loan 12,000,000,000.
Pacific Coast's Share f 168,000,000.
Size or Bonds J.'.O, $100, $500, $1000,
and upward. .
Halo of Interest 3 per cent per
Term of Bonds The bonds run for
50 yesrs. The government reserves
the right to buy them back at face
value attur 15 ywt.
Pork, Mutton, Veal
FISH Monday and Thursday
Get Our Prices
t'honu No. M. Orders lukcit by
phone for mail routes.
Ten percent interest on all ac
counts after iW days.
A. P. Perry
WESTON, ORIS. Z
Dr. O. S. NEWSOM
Physician and Surgeon
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ways at your tlisoBiil. 1'lione 0'.
to loan on good
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Keal EstaU and Loans
. Weston, Oregon