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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1917)
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WARM, FLUFFY COMFORTS
These frosty mornings remind us
that comfort time is here. We arc
prepared with materials to supply
your wants. Big, fluffy batts, either
small or large, as you wish, and priced
' .15, .20, .25, .75, .98, $1.25, $1.75
SILKAUNES 36 inches wide; just the ma
terial for soft, dainty comforts in at
tractive colors; priced
.15 and .25 tbe yard
Why allow I ho thill of'these frosty nighta to disturb yon? Itig.
soft, warm Hlanket.s Umght before the ndvamti in wool and priced
lower than you will expect to pay. White, aerviecable gray,
plaids, dainty colors, and priced at from
$5.00 to $10.00 tbe pair
69c to J2.50 pair. I
Cotton HlankeU from
We are fortunate to have bought oiir Mackinaw almost one
year ago and at much lower prices than the Mime k'whIh can Ik
purchased for today. This means u .saving to you. Heavy Oregon
made Mackinaw CouUt from
$7.50 to $9.00
BOYS' MAKINAWS-AII sizes, for the
his big brother, and priced from
little man of three
. .$150 to $7.50.
The lest obtainable--pure, Oregon wool
$5.00 to $8.00
While celebrating Hallowe'en
on horseback at about naii-pa-t
three o'clock Thursday morning
Roy Johnson, a youth of eighteen re
siding on Pine creek above town.
was ordered to halt by Chief of
, Police rrank hkinner. instead or concerts will
If you are interested in a Six car, halting, it is alleged he tried t 0nera house
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see the Deautuui new nuiy 01 nue over ine omcer, wno mereupon ember 9 at
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TUipn RANfl MNPFRT including relatives and intimate SUMMONS
ininu dmiiu iiUiibLni friends of lhc f u D,mt.
FRiniY FVFnIIKfi NfiV Q Manv handsome gifts of cut glass.
rniuMi li unit u, nui. a 8jIwr an(1 china wm rixciwi!l by
the happy pair. Among thora pres- olof CttrUl,n ,.ui,ltirr
The third of its series of prize ent waa Mrs. J. H. t ink of Parma, son. Defendant.
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ii that Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Umatilla County.
v. Hetty Carl-
I now have on demonstration
Elder J. II. CJordon and family
have returned from Deer Park.
Idaho, and will again make their
home in Weston.
Ray O'Harra of the Mendwell
garage went to Pendleton this week
to take expert instruction in elec
trical work and tire work.
Vice President Thomas R. Mar
shall will speak in Happy Canyon
pavilion, Pendleton, next Tuesday
evening, November 6. The meet
ing will be free to the public.
Eleven men will go from Uma-
Dr. shot and wounded his horn. When
the shooting occurred young John
son was engaged in dragging n
wagon along Main street. It is raid
that he had broken a promise to
the chief of police to go home.
lie given, at Weston mother or the bridegroom. Lunch
Friday evening, Nov. W8 served at thfc conclusion of the
eight o'clock, by the ceremony,
Hand. The pro-
The 72d birthday anniversary of
Mrs. G. W. Davidson was commem
orated October 31 at her home on
Broad street. Mr. and Mrs. Dav
idson have been married 51 years
and were the parents of nine child
ren, three of whom are living, and
have 10 grandchildren. Mrs. Dav
idson was the youngest child in a
family of nine, and is the only one
surviving. She was born October
31, 1815, in Madison county, Tcn-
tilla county to make up the fourth
and last increment of the first draft nessce.
quota, and are reporting at Pemlle- Miss lk,rtia (. Wa,(,l,, (jm, Mr
ton today. Among them is Jesse J(jhn L.nry p,,,. W.rc uniu,,j in
A. Ferguson of Weston. marriage Wednesday, October .".1,
After twenty-one days Jimniie at the Golden Rule hotel parlors in
Nelson recovered consciousness to Pendleton by Rev. H. II. Hubbell.
, an extent sufficient to enable him They are popular young people of
' to recognize his irents and talk a the Weston neighlKirhood and mem
little. While he is not yet out of bers of prominent families. The
danger, these signs of improvement bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
give much encouragement. J. E. Walden and the bridegroom a
S. S. Nelson, O-W. agent, re- m ' Mr. and Mrs. John Beamer.
turned today from Portland, where Edgar Simpson is taking a nice
he was for fourteen days an inmate crop of corn from a twenty acre
of the railroad hospital after sub- tract at his place on the Wild Horse,
mitting to an operation for the The crop was not put in until the
removal of a nasal growth. He was middle of June and grew to matur
relieved here by R. F. Justin. ity with the aid of only a lit tle rain,
. un ......j which fell in July. Nevertheless it
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fur tomorrow Saturday evening
1. March, Hrookc's Chicago Ma
rine, (land Seitz.
2. Selection, Prince Charming-
3. Popular Songs a,
to Your Heart; b, Turn
1. Waltz Sobra las Olas Rosas.
fi. Serenade, Ljytr's Harbor
G. Descriptive March, Hurning of
7. Overture, Sky Pilo Laurence.
To Betty Carlaon. DcfvndNiit above
In the Nmu of thu Statu of Oregon,
Yuu uro horuby ummotied mid rculr
mi to j)Hir mid anitwcr thu com
ulwint of Hut pUintiir lllwl ngHinst you
in i no KiKtvu uniiiioi eouri mm chwm.
Mr. and Mrs. Fisk will make
their home on a farm near Parma,
where they have already utmo to
housekTping. lioth are graduates on or before KritlHy, the anth dny of
of the Oregon Agricultural Col. December, '". ' "'"ven
leirr wheri th.-ir H.vninini.iiu... wcck from the date of tlio firwt
lege, wntre tlii ir atqua nUince l- mblic,tj(m ot ,hl8 uniinon((, And
gan during their school days and you will take notice tlmt if you Ml to
ripened into love. The bride was a answer the mid complmnt or oterwino
c Way very Kpular student, and served as Pjejul thereto within snid time, tho
er the president of Waldo Hall. ZuXrt
therein, niiiiuly: for a decree of the
Henry Van Iluren pnid a line of Court forever dissolving the bonds of
tWO and costs at North Yakima, matrimony now arid heretofore cxint
where be runs holel f.ir mmirih big ttetween dintlff and defendant,
. ? ' , to"l,rl"- and for other equitable relief,
utmg to the delinquency of a minor Thia summoua ih puhlinhl pursuant
a girl of 10. Van l'.uivn was to an order made and tiled herein
once a Weston saloon man.
H. Popular Dances -eyed
9. Tromlione Duet selected
10. Cubun Dance,
11. Medley .Overture, The Sunny
Drawing of Prizes -
12. March, Lights Out McCoy.
Ahi)ittan'ce to those
season urKets is .10 cents, i nil'iren
under twelve accomjHinied by pa
rents, free. Every patron will re-
For Sale Good second baud or
gan, price 10; also electric iron,
$3.50. Inquire at leader office.
Pianos tuned and repaired at rea
sonable prices. I'irst.clnH!; work
Rosemary guaranteed. A. W. Lundell, Mus,
roit uns ixm Mir:v.t.K
t O.VhTltl TIO..
Notlee I.m b'Tt'by Klvrii that I lie mi
rturxlKiii'il. u Itei.'ol'ilrr of Tim I'llv nf
not holding orcKon, mrelve waltiil
.-.-. iiii.ii ,..,i ,. in, in, iiiu i hi ii uiiy
of JNiv-iiilcr. IHI7, lit hiM offlc.) III
"vstori, afurcNuitJ, fur tho c'lltltrlK
i"'n nt a MiaviraiK on ikkii ruica o
ny iionorauie oiioert w. rheli.
Circuit Juilge of the .Sixth Ju
dicial I)lntnct of the State of Or
egon, on thtf 5th day of October,
11)17. The lirst publication of this
HiiimnopiM will bo made on Friday, the
IJth ihiy of Octolier, 11U7, and the
lust publication will be rniide on Kri
day, the hhUI 28th day of December,
l'J17. Publication hereof will be made
for eleven ronerutive wceka.
Dated this 0th day of' October, A.
Wn.i. M. Petkkson,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Poult Mice address: Pendleton, Oregon
We Can "Take Yen
We do not mean this in a
belligerent sense, but that
we can take your measure
properly for your
We represent the well
known Field it Roberts and i
Orders taken for
WESTON BATHS, BARBER 1
and TAILOR SHOP
R. L. Reynaudf
ceivc a ticket on the ten prizes.
Omie you may be lucky.
Main XtreW letwen WiiMliliiKtmi
Htr'f ami Ilroud Hireet aivl tho
i'oufli t'l.lo of Main Kireet IiHwcpii
f'.roud Mrii nmi Armiir Ktreet. in
at Weston opera house, and is
expected to prove one of the most
enjoyable events of an especially
enjoyable dancing season. Music
will be by Joe Payant's locally cel
ebrated "jazz" orchestra of five
Ben F. Dupuis returned from
Ilingham, Montana, Saturday morn
ing after having sold Orville Isa
minger of Pendleton one section of
land; Henry Rreding of Pendleton
section tins making his
has produced about twenty grain
sacks full to the acre. Ed's pota
toes went about 100 sacks to the
Richardson & Talbert Attractions,
Producers of Successful Plays, will
present that thrilling and popular
old melodrama, "The Convict's
Daughter," at Weston opera house
Saturday evening, November 10.
The press has highly complimented
this company wherever it has ap
peared. The lirst ruarterly cynfereiire of
ino .ny oi rm mi, uroretiulil, in ue
rurUuiii'u with tho plana and Hpecin
rations therefor on file In the office
"f wilii llcornr. which are open to
limped Inn there.
tach old mimt b accompanied ly
a certified check for SDO.oo, payable
to the order of the Mayor of uld
('Ity, to be returned If the bidder la
and to be forfolt.
bidder In nucccHitftil
and ho refuite to enter Into a
tiintrart In accordance with the
hit-,! hiiv and two sections to Sim I he Methodist ehurrh will I:
Kino-- Sim is a former Weston Saturday evening, Novemlwr
boy and one of Umatilla county's seven-thirty o'clock, with Presiding quet of bride's rwu and smilav
most successful farmers. He ex- EIdT A. I,. Tboroughman in Uie lOrscs were usrd effectively in dec
peels to dispose of all his land in- chair. Rev. Thoroughman will orating the rooms of the Panister
forests in this county and make his preach Sunday morning and even- home.
horie jS Mo'cttna. in'S at the tuual hours. More than one hundred guwli;,
Miss Edna M. Banister of Wes
ton and Mr. Carlos E. Fisk of
Parma, Idaho, were united in mar
riage Sunday, October 28, at four
o'clock in the afternoon, at the
home of the bride's parents. Mayor unaueceaafui
n.l Mr. .1 M Ttanitlor ed If the
Rev. E. F. Wriggle, pastor of
the United P.rethren church, om- old. Km:h bid mum iecify the prico
ciaU-d, using the double ring cere- Sor u,aT ar1 f ,he 'iewaik and
' " . .... InUBl alMO show the tnlal aniuont fur
mony. the couple were atu-nueu whk.h W(rk w, dn ,,IUh
will be opennd hufore the Common
.'ouucl of culd CHy In k!!iiii Hi 7;S
P. in. on the en Id 1 Ii day of Novent
l r, I!) 1 7, at the f'oiinell CliumherH.
Tlio 'oniioon f'oonell renerve I lie
rljtlil in reject any aed all bliin. Al
tentlon l called to the ordinance of
Luld 'iiy uiitliiirliliig the rabl Im
provement. Dated ut Weaton, Orcifon, thlH U'llh
Sny of October, 1HI7.
AND If T. HAIINCTT.
; Dr. S. L KEIillARD
Hospital at corner of Main
and Broad streets.
Phone Main 253
W, M. Pttirtea C, H. Bltnoa
Peterson & Bishop
Pendleton, Or. Krecwater. Or.
Weston Transfer Co.
Davis & Ellis
NOWS THE TIME
to pay your Weston Leader "sub"
by Miss Stella Lieunllen and Mr.
James Lieuallen of Walla Walla,
cousins of (he bride. The bride
was charming in a gown of bed
root broai) ejolli and carrie a Ikiu-
Adjust Spine, Kilw, Hips oi-
whatever is wrong. Nature
Main anil Court Streets.
Fourteen yearn in Pendleton.
lH nut cnnliiM) (WTKOI'ATll V with
clilropraeile or inngnolic livallng.
1.4. H-uvl in-l.l, bftrtiM or HtnOw ami it.
r-,i.m f.Y pail llliea iwirt
on latmUhltHr. lUnk ntmu
PATCNTa BUILD rOBTUNia for
vmi. urtilMKMiMaf-ubn. ualljiMti
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