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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1917)
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WARDL FLUFFY WORTS
These frosty mornings remind us
& that comfort time is here. We are
& nrenared with materials to sunnlv
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your wants. Big, fluffy batts, either
small or large, as you wish, and priced
.15, .20, .25, .75, .98, $1.25, $1.75
SILKAIMS 36 inches wide; just the ma
terial for soft, dainty comforts in at
tractive colors; priced
.15 and .25 fie yard
We have just received it new ship
went of pretty georgette crve waist.
They orv the newest designs and Hhadcs
very dainty and pretty and priced
from $5.00 to $7.50.
Why allow the chill uf these fnmty nights to disturb yon? Big.,
soft, warm Hlanketa Umght beforo the advance in wool and priced
lower than you will expect to pay. White, serviceable irriy,
plaids, dainty colors, and priced at from
$5.00 to $10.00 the pair
Cotton Blankets from 9C to $150 pill. 1
For those wlio wish to make their own
coats we have to show several patterns
of the new fall coatings. These have
just Wen received and are very rich and
pretty in browns, gmms ami many
fancy mixtures very attractive, and
priced at from $2.00 to $3.00 yard.
KEW FALL COATS
Always a splendid assortment. It
will be a pleasure for you to shop here -the
styles are so attractive and the asj
sortment so complete it gives a sort of
satisfaction not ossible where only a
few garments are, shown. Our prices
are the least possible for which goods of
merit can be sold.
We are fortunate to have bought our Mackinaw, almost one
year ago and at much lower prices than the same goods can be
purchased for today. This means a saving to you. Heavy Oregon
made Mackinaw Coats from
$7.50 to $9.00
HOYS' MAKINAWS-AII sizes, for the little man of three to
his big brother, and priced from $3.50 to $7.50.
The In'st obtainable -pun-. Oregon wool
$5.00 to $8.00
The Phillips cottage next to Dr.
Kennard's for rent. See Watts &
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sweazea and
daughter Grace of Walla . Walla
were guests Sunday at the W. M.
Mrs. Artie Beathe and daughter
Susie have moved to town for the
winter. They have taken rooms in
the Will Beaton residence.
P. T. Harbour, manager of the
Weston brickyard and leading citi
zen of the community, was caught
by a pile of falling barley sacks
in the Pacific Coast Elevator Co.'b
warehouse Monday morning and
seriously hurt. His left collar bone
was broken, one or two ribs torn
loose from their mooringb and his
back injured. "Pink" fit-Is fortun-
Tlie Saturday 'Afternoon
will meet tomorrow at the
of Mrs. S. A. Harm-s.
Mrs. Amy Van Skiver returned
Monday from a two weeks' visit
with her sister at Baker.
,;r COLUMBIA COLLEGE TALENT
The faculty of the Columbia Col-
The members of Crescent Chap- lege Conservatory of Music, Milton,
tcr. Order of the Eastern Star, went accompanies oy me college orencs-
to Milton in a ImmIv Wednesday ev- lra' w, vc 80 "enai
at hnuvtvr tlmt h.. wasn't IKi. en in if lit visit the eiinntpr tlin ' meinimioi iiiuriu in
f-mt intn th vmKian..,. f ..,.. , . ...... thisFriday - evening, for the ben
;;;; r." ; .in mo"i,.n yrc. cfit of tlM. locaI 0lTUlmH!i furui
-. .ww wv ceivea its allotment oi government
than twenty high and came down t ih.rtv if,,-,!,, tnr Wn,,nn -.u.-.i,
IK WESTON THIS EVENING 1,1 1 ( '
111 Hktfiwn lino kiumnu UruKO, for Urnilllna county.
"- Olof Carlson, Plaintiff, Vi. Hetty Carl
To Hetty Carlson, Defendant above
In tho Name of the Stale of Oregon,
1 uu are hereby summoned and requir-
a 10 an
in is city d to aniiear ana answer the coin
plaint of I he plulntill lllul against you
in m a oove oniiueo court snu cause,
He was attended
are now ready for distribution
like an avalanche.
hY ,Dr- ?w a"d is Kcing along Hmong thl. surjrg.
nitciy. neunesuuy evening ne was
able to navigate townward under
his own steam, for a chort stay
Pendleton's population is estim- just to show that he is touirher than
a ted at more than 9000, having,
according to the school census,
grown a thousand within the pa.st
J. A. Ross and family are mov
' ing this week to Pilot Itock to make
their home on the wheal ranch
which Mr. Koss bought last spring
in that vicinity.
Hill the Jeweler will discontnue
business at Weston December 1 , and
until that time will sell all stock at
cost which is less than present
Fall seeding has nearly all Ix-cn
finished in the' Weston neighbor
hood, under favorable weather con
ditions. Grain is up in a number
of fields and looking well.
The seventh and eighth grade
boys of the Athena schools are
practicing basket ball and say in
he looks to be. George Kinnear
was standing near Mr. Harbour
when the sacks descended, but they
missed him entirely.
The Weston Concert Hand gave a
very pleasing program on the occa
sion of the third of its series of
prize concerts, given Friday even
ing. Director Lundell laid out for
the boys a grade of music a bit
stiffer than usual,- but they re
scinded well and every numk-r
was greeted by the large audience
with generous applause. Not the
least interesting feature of the en
tertainment was the novel method
devised by Dr. Watts for the dis
tribution of the ten prizes. Sev
eral darts and a target were the
properties and five young ladies
the charming sharpshooters. Cupid
may have had occasion to criticise
their marksmansi hp, but it wassuffi-
the Press that they "are ready to cient for the purpose. Each prize-
play the Weston grades at any
Rvery lady is kindly asked to
contribute some article for the fan
cy and notion Iwoth in connection
with the Kcd Cross Bazaar and Sup
per to be held November 21. The
following partial list is suggestive:
Mufflers, handkerchiefs, ladies' and
children's aprons, knitting bags,
scarfs, decorated suit hangers, fan
cy and useful articles, etc.
The third and fourth grades of
tl. Weston scliools, taught by
Miss Tipton, were dismissed Thurs
day of last week because of the
illness of Mary Jroudfit, a pupil
in this room, from scarlet fever.
There being no further evidence
of the disease, however, thse
grades -were reassembled Wednes
day. For three days the room un
derwent a thorough fumigation
winner ilso had to do his or her
bit of dart throwing.
The Navy Recruiting Station, ,
Portland, informs the Leader it
has "received telegraphic instruc
tions that Navy Itecruiting Stations
of Pacific Division shall recruit
2000 firemen by December 15th,
and raising the age of apprentice
seamen from 25 to .'() years, mak
ing age limits 18 to 30. These fire
men are for manning those vessels
of the 737 ships merchant and
naval -recently taken over and
contract! for by the Navy Department."
Several auto loads of Weston
knights went to Athena last evening
to visit the lodge of fellow Pythi-
ans in that city. They took with
them two candidates.
and Joe Payant, who
second rank at Athena, having pre
viously been given the first rank by
the local hxlge. The "Hying Squad
ron" of prominent knights from
Pendleton were present.
lYivate Floyd Corporan is now at
Camp Mills, New York, with his
company and writes as follows to
R. L. Rcynaud: "There is an avia
tion school near here and the air is
full of planes all day long. I can
tell a kid from the West every time,
for he is always looking up to
if one of the darn tilings won't fall.
I was over to tec the Iwys from
Weston the other day. They are at
the same camp as myself but in the
Idaho division. They seem to be
pretty well contented and their
only prayer is that they don't have
to run a pick and shovel. They
are in the Engineers now, you
which the Red Cross is raising for
Uncle Sam's soldiers and sailors.
The entire net proceeds will go to
the Weston fund.
The program is expected to prove
of unusual merit and interest, and
patrons will more than get their
on or before r riclay, the 2Uh day of
December, 12117, which (Jute la eleven
weeks from the date of the first
publication of this summons. And
yuu will take notice thst if you fail to
answer the said comprint or otherwise,
pluad thereto within said time, the
pluintifT fur want thereof will apply to
the Court for the relief prayed for
therein, namely: fur a decree of the
Court forever dissolviiik- the bunds uf
money s worth of entertainment
G. A. Forth w""c "l au"K """"uuium matrimony now and heretofore exist
received the o a worthy cause. ing between plaintiff and defendant,
I lie Violinist IS MISS lirown, said ami ior uinereiuuauiu rcnci.
to Ik- one of the liest performers in , summons w published pursuant
k.. w..-u..I ........ i. i., to an order mitdo and tllud here In
the Northwest on th 8 popular in- b Honorable Gilbert W. Phelps,
Htrument. The soloist is Miss Circuit Judge of the Sixth Ju
Comi)ton. a sweet simrer who is al- diciul District of the Statu of Or-
ready a orime favorite with Weston ?', th. 6th J'" of October,
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audiences. Miss Graham, a gifted
elocutionist, is the reader and
Professor Greener the pianist.
The college orchestra is under
the direction of Miss Brown, who
is also its regular instructor.
A sijecial cash prize has been won
by Miss Alma Burnett in a nation
wide tatting contest given by tfc
American Thread coiniwny of Nw
York City. A baby's dress was
tatted by Miss Bamett, who is an
expert in this class of work, and
Mary Proudfit in rapidly recovering, submitted for the coaUt.
The "Older Boys" Conference
for Eastern Oregon will be held in
La Grande December 7, 8 and H,
according to notice sent the Leader
by the county leader, Edgar F.
Avcrill of Pendleton Boys eligible
to attend are those over 15 years
of ag who represent Sunday school
or high school classes or Boy Scout
organizations. The only expense
will be the railroad fare. Other
entertainment will all be provided,
A rate of one and one-third fare
will !e granted. Some Sunday
schools are paying the fare of their
legates. The tweting is under
the direct ion of Uie Interstate Exer-
utive Committee of the Y. M. C. A
lor Oregon and Idaho, ihe eon
ference will be on a
the theme of the meeting will be
"The Challwijje of War."
It's an Economy Car
If you want to Hooverize, buy a
Light Four Overland and drive out
and breathe the fresh air instead
of overloading your stomachs with
bread and meat. By buying this
car you can save many a dollar to
send the boys in the trenches, who
don't have an opportunity to ride
in a car, and still enjoy the same
pleasure yourself that you would
get by driving a three thousand dol
lar car. The Light Four Overland
is without question the most econ
omical car on the market. Let me
take you a ride in this .car and
convince you of its real value. It
will only cost you nine hundred
and fifteen dollars, fully equipped,
at Weston. Better put in your or
der now for one and save the ad
vance in price which will surely
come before next spring."
DR. S. L. KENNARD.
Agent, Weston, Or.
1917. Tho lirst imblicHtiun of this
summons will lie made on Friday, tho
l'Jth day of October, 1917, and tho
lst publication wdl be made on Fri
day, the snid ZHlh day uf December,
1117. Publication hereof will bo tmtdo
fur eleven cunsucutive weeks.
Dated this Olh day or October, A.
Wiix M. Pktkhson,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Punt Oflicu address: Pendleton, Oregon
Plenty ol Dressing
Come in and be measured
WESTON BATHS. BARBER i
and TAILOR SHOP
R. L. Reynaud!
V. M. PiUrioa C. H. Bilhop
Peterson & Bishop
I Dr. S. L KEKiARD
Hospital at corner of Main
and Uroud utrcets.
Phone Main 253
Weston Transfer Co.
Davis & Ellis
NOW'S THE TIME
to pay yuur Weston Lcadur'sub"
At McBride's barn, Weston, Sat
urday, Nov 17, at one o'clock p. m.
sharp, my farm stock, implements
war basis and and chattels will be offered for sale
. ... " t i . r. a iL " i i .
ai puouc auciion w inp. ..oiKoeBi
bidder. J. II. ftockhill.
Adjust Spine, Uim, Hips or
whatever is wrong. Nature
DOCTORS KOISINGTGH i
Main and Court Streets.
Fourteen years in Pendleton. ;
Jto not confine OHTKOI'ATH V Willi
chiropractic or ni(otlc litisllng. ,
ftf. im'ihI itKMl't, flretctiDf fir i!mHim ati4 4
Ti.ti.t for FKtt 4t
on fHrintatHHr tutk rhrim '
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