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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1917)
MOW every man and woman, boy
w' and girl in America is. looking
forward to Thanksgiving.
Every woman who has any ambition or intcivHt
as a mother and home-maker will make the great
est effort of the year to make a tremenilotw success
of the ''Thanksgiving Dinner."
Jtmt now our HoiiHowaieH Section in 11 Hmnnliiinf dcinon
Htrationof "How To Muke Tin Tliunkngiviiitf; Dinner Tin
Finest The Family Kver Knew."
Kvi'rythinif here to help you in lut pariim your dinner
Carving Set, 1'io Plate, UoimIcis, Jelly Mould, Food
Chopper, Hreud Mixertt, Cuke Pen. Cuke Mixer, Paring
Knives, Sauce Pan, Colander. Percolator ami hundred
of other iiHi'ful household article.
During the next few dny until TIumihwiv.iik, ninny tit lit lett in this
tor will bo rrluce1 In price. Spuria! offers in every lvartmtnl, mikI
rlnn't forget our annual TUUKKY OKKKIt -n nice, fat, yuitng turkey
with every pui-cliaau imuiilinK I" f'lS.ou or ovrr.
Vho Davis-Kaser Co.
Homcturnishing Department Store
Pianos Music Phonographs
10-20 Alder Street
Walla Walla, Wash.
- I K. Harlan, I. iubli:!.T
of the Pilot Hock Rccoid. died Sat
urday at La Grande of typhoid
ffver. Mr. Harlan was an rspee
ially capable country newspaT
man, and also earned farm; mm a
Imim-IihII Ditcher on many an East-
Jtte Read ha gone to Alltcrta rrn or,.n diamond. He was well
with a view to securing land. known in Weston, and in fact in
Mr and Mm. J. 0. Davis of every town in thin section of th
Walla Walla were visiting Sunday alat. He alwaya kept himself in
in Weaton ",,e physical ,r'm' Brd the news of
, fii bia death cornea aa a surprise and
Mr. Martha Nuncmakcr of Homl iQ g BrjfW cin.H of fri.tl(iM
Hivcr iM'theguM of Mr. un.1 Mr. , MWIUIlj,1,anr,- Mr. Harlan
WITH VIOLIN, GIRL WIZARD
CHARMS WESTON AUDIENCE
Mra. Mary Snider
of Titcoma in
mother, Mra. M. W.
W. I,. .Skinner of Hcppmr i vis
itiiiK hia brother, Frank Skinner,
Wexton'a chief of lattice.
Mr. K. M. Warren baa gone to
I.ind. Washington, for a visit witli
tier son. Sidney and Will Warren.
Mr. and Mra. AlgH Lundell of
lone. Morrow county, have been
visiting at the Home oi Iiik itroincr. , U(, (.uh ,,.,!.,. Mll( profitable
A. W. I.undell. diseusshm followed. Mrs. J. Wurz-
Dick llarria is moving this wivk, er entertained the ladies with piano
bud (font- to Iji (irande to lake a
position aa foruman of the I
(jrtutdc Observer ollice, and lie
came ill soon after din arrival
there. He is survived by a wjilow
and three young children.
. 'Pie Saturday Afternoon Club met
November 17 at the home of Mra.
S. A. Itarnea. Hie subject of the
afternoou'a program, which wax led
by Mra. K. M. Smith, waa lloiire.
hold Organization for War Service.
Kditrials on the subject were read
That Mian firown of the Columbia
College faculty, Milton, ia a won
derfully gifted violinist, wax the
concensus of opinion on the part of
her large audience at. the Mcthttdist
etiurch in Weston last Friday even
ing. One of her hearer asserts
that bhe ia Hiix-rior to all the
violinist he haa heard since Re
menyi, and that if the farnoua old
master named were now living and
heard her play from the same plat
form, he would greet her aa a peer.
Mis Brown ia not only wonderful
aa a virtuoso, she ia charming aa a
lerformer. Iler every movement
in grace itself, and her bowing a
veritable poem. To la; aure, these
are feature that pleat the eye
rather than th
: 'iMumed In thli city not even by
( iiauUuqua performers. Columbia
College la indeed fortunate to poa
nt such remarkable wealth of tal
ent in its faculty.
' The entire net proceeds, $50,70,
went to swell Weston's allotment
of the Soldiers' Christmas Fund
raised under auspices of the Red
A A A AAA AAA AAA AAA AAA A A AAA AAA Ala
Adjust Siiite, Hiliu, II r
whatever Ih wrong. Nature
Main and (xturt Street.
' Fourteen year In IVmllrl'Mi.
M HiH iunlur Iwir.OI'ArilY Midi
l iiiioemuc or waguotic uuiiui
ji PURE ARTIFICIAL jj
I Weston Transfer Co J
j: Davis & Ellis :j
I WILL BUY
nitiide. At the close itf the pro
grain light rcfrcbhmetitH were
wrved by Mra. J. W. 1'orter and
Mra. K. ('. Itogern. Tlie m-xt inwt
ing, DecemU-r 1, will be held at
the home of Mr. J. F. Snider.
Itoll call will lie answered with cur
Mick I jinititi.n KantS
A glana jar containing eight or and M ia Graham ia a gitfed reader, d"y. oft. "SlJ
. .i 0 . ft I . l lal iKiblicjition will be made on rn-
ten dollars of the JwhI I rot money who made an especial hit with her d 1 tbe &m day of December,
locally donaUl for the Soldiers' humoroua numla-r, "In Fourteen publication hereof will be made
Christmas Fuml was stolen Saturday Ninety-two." The piano accompan- for eleven consecutive weeka.
morning from the O. K. Candy imenta were played in perfect eym- thi" 5th d"y of cUjher' A-
Shop. Mr. James Kirkjtatrick, puthy by Miss Shangle, and from a u 1 ' WLL j. Peterson,
father of the btorc'a proprietor, musical and artistic standpoint the Attorney for Plaintiff.
MibS Odessa Kirkpatrick, was in program throughout has never been Post Office addreas: Pendleton, Qregn
charge of the store at the time, but mmmjMuim.-j.u-ui-i 1. i. i ' 111
he Hair ssruJus tC k:-x
'I all kinds of JUNK-old iron,
' old rags, old sacks, etc.--and
v also hides and wool, at TOP PRICES
;? JOHN REYNOLDS
t ,' North Water St., la-low Vmnetuy - Wetloi;. Or.
with a car of gotM and imple
iiienla to bis new ranch near lling
In remitting for the leader,
Kenneth Mackenzie rejHtrts fine
weather at Coffee Creek. Montana,
with plowing in active progress.
A Thanksgiving Hall will lie giv
en at Weston oera house the even
ing of Novenilter with music
by I'ayant'a orchestra. The inan
agi inent is doing all in ita jaiwer
to insure an enjoyable occasion.
Mosi Taylor, former Weston
farmer, was up from Pendleton
Tuesday. Mose has invtisted in
$15,000 worth of Liberty Bonds
and says he will take some more
whenever the government wants the )oWTOt wf tnit.ves would seek to get
money and he is attic to nusne n. away witn a pajny niarked dona
Post master Van Winkle ia in re- tion for such a purpose. The theft
ceipt from the government of a created quite a town sensation, and
United States Hag H by 9 feet in as a matter of course is universally
siw. It will be floated from the condemned.
eity flag vmkf'J Otha Reeder this week purchased
near the poatofHce ; the pnunt flag John 0,(,
having Income rather badly tot- Martjj fmmeaMd to. of
u'rvil- Walla Walla, for a consideration of
Ilev. W. S. Payne has been called $33,800, reports the Press. Two
to Grass Valley, Oregon, to conduct 0f the heirs, Wrs. Wm. Winship and
a series of evangelistic meetings Mrs. Samuel Haworth, reside in
there, beginning December 2. At Atltena.
the conclusion of the Grass Valley .... .
meetings he will go to Medical The Pastime has the lowest prices
Ijike. Washington, on a similar pn cigars and tobaccos. Can to-
,niHM:n bacco 11c, plug chewing 10c, fine
CUl OC. JNICC, uig tine oi uc vi- t
Iii the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Umatilla County.
Olof Carlaon, PlaintirT, vs. Betty Carl
To Betty Carlson, Defendant above
In the Name of the State of Oregon,
You are hereby aummoned and requir
ed to amtear and answer the com
plHint of the plaintirT filed againat you
in the above entitled court and cause,
on or before Friday, the 28th day of
December, 1917, which date is eleven
, l. ,t,,i, wceas irom me oio oi me nm
ear, but together .1,.i1..,i .u:. ,, k,ui
with the marvebtusly sweet sounds yuU will take notice that if you fail to
that are drawn from the sweetest answer the laid complaint or otherwise
of all instruments, they constitute I'lead thereto within said time, the
ui. .nehnntimr t-nm-mhle Mi plaintirT for want thereof will apply to
an enchant ng cnstrnitiL. miss thfl Cwurt fof the rclief praye1 fr
Bntwn played several numlters with therein, namely: for a decree of the
admirable effect that are only at- Court forever dwaolving the bonds of
tempted successfully by the great- matrimony now and heretofore exist-
est of masU-rs. Her duets with
Miss Otmpton, soprano, were an This aummona ia published pursuant
esecially pleasing feature of the to an order made and filed herein
program. Notably that old favor- by Honorable Gilbert W. Pheliw,
,le SehulMTfs .Vrcnade. was played jff, .
and sung in a manner at once ap- .. ,, lh &th d,y of October.
tealing anl Is-auliful. - i:tl7. The nrat publtcatHm of this
delightfully aummona will be made on rrway, me
All menus anu iwirviw v &n. asu go, two for cigars.
Weston schools are cordially Invited Urgc assortnu-nt of fresli can
to attend this evening's entertain- ()jcg E E 7 hm.
menl in the school auditorium, oe-
If your wife can't cook, don't
. divorce her keep her for a pet.
EAT at the
f 0. IL CANDY SHOP t
L ODESSA KIRKPATRICK Jl
ginning at eight ocltH-k. Anmil
tance is fn-e. A silver offering
will be taken for the benefit of the
.1. N. York has bought the II.
Schwnndt place on the Walla Walla
river for fWKMJ cash. The place is
one of the finest country homes in
the county, luving a modern I I
room house and other Improve
ments to corresismd. It is located
two miles east of Milton.
It is said that the most cheerful
and willing service ever ierformed
W. N. Oliver is "growing up
with the country" at Rvd Point,
Montana, but retains bis interest
in Weston. In renewing his sub
scription to the Leader, he describes
it its a welcome visitor.
Three school children were killed
and others injured in a collision
between a school bus and a freight
train near College Place. The bus
driver is under arrest on a charge
Bert Cartano has filed a $20,000
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
The Ford is an honest car in the fullest sense of
the term built on an honest design with honest ma- .
terials. sold at an honest price with the assurance
of honest performance and an equally honest, effi
cient after-service. Besides, lit has been proved
beyond question that the Ford is most economical,
both to operate and maintain. It i3 one of the util
ities of daily life. Your order solicited. Efficient
after-service is behind every Ford car." Touring
Car 430.56. Roadster $415,56.
L. H ED RICK
damage suit against W. K. Taylor
. lu.iitiir itf iiii iiMni iumi i it vv uiifi nit; i.iiv ii Liiviia uituun. vt
fell to the lot of George Winn, injuries to his ankle ami knee oy U
whose proud duty and privilege it stepping through a hole in the side- J
ltccamc to bring the lady teachers walk.
over from Columbia College and to Hi the jcweer wiu discontinue ?
take them back again in his auto- bllsinofiS at Weston December 1. and S
mobile. UIltu that time will sell all stock at jj
Athena Press: James H. Sturgis cost which is less than present
of Pentlleton, who enlisted in Walla wholesale prices. J
& GIFT FOR YOU
I During this month (November) we will give
FREE with every cash purchase amounting to
$10.00 or more, one of those beautiful Jardin
ieres (the Weller Pottery) -none better.
. Christmas is coming, by the way, and a Jar
diniere makes a pleasing present. ,
A Snug Retreat for your hours of leisure.
POOL, and I LLIARDS
FINE CANDIES, CIGARS, TOBACCOS
. Lunches, and Lunch Goods
E. E. ZEHM : : : ?? Proprietor
To car owners Our new battery
rccharger is now working nicely.
Also, we are prepared to vulcanize
your tubes. Pennington & O'Harra.
Mrs. J. W, Jones, who has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Beathe, left yesterday on her
return home to Missoula, Montana.
Mrs. Geo. II. Reed, former resi-
Walla last September in Battery A,
U. S. Field Artillery, has been com
missioned second lieutenant in Bat
tery D, 14tth Regiment Field Ar
tillery. U. S. Army. Jle is at pres
ent stationed at Camp Mills, Long
Island, at which place his wife
joined him Wednesday.
P. II. Handran is credited with a
. ior I... n.i
potato crop o, ,iont 0f Weston and a pioneer school
nuim than a uuarter or an acre of . ., . . .v , i- i
, .i" r i',i .j.,,, tcacneroi mis neignoornouu, uicu
rJTln'TlS -nty at her home in Tacoma.
bumper potato crops, this takes the J. L. Hodgson is visiting in Wes-
heltthe yield being at the rate of ton from La Cmsse, and is a dental
f00 sacks to the acre. The ground patient of Dr. Sempert's.
had been in alfalfa and was very Mnj Roie of Rockland,
rich, being also sub irrigated. Jdah0( fa visiting Mr, and Mrs.
The Milton Eagle reports 'that James Compton.
147 carloads of apples have so far pennington & O'Harra are put-
this stason been shipped out of that t;g a por(j j commission as a
point over the O.-W. line. One ryfo car,
l"'" llJTt'Z The ri.illi cottage Wxt to Dr.
boxes. 1 ickers ajui pachera an. ..
scam-, ami large quantities of ap- Kcnnard s for K-nl. Watto&
pies are as yet unpicked. The car Kogers.
shortage" has also interfered with
an otherwise prosperous iruu
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Snider re
turned last week from their visit
with relatives at Tacoma, Seattle
and other minU on the Sound.
They also visited Camp Ix-wis. The
return trip was made by way of
Portland, and they bad eleven days
of pleasurable sight seeing.- Frank
avers, however, that he finally tired
of the role of tourist, and finds alt
solute contentment back in his
and lots of them. Pencils, Ink and all
All School Books bought for cash, and
must sell FOR CASH ONLY.
Mat. W A. a mm a A
The Farmers Bank of Weston
;Dr. A. F. Sempert
Graduate and Registered
OHice Hours 9 to 12 a.
m.; 1 to 5 p. m.
Watts Buildins - Upstairs
to arrange for prompt payments on your Liberty
Bonds on dates shown on your temporary receipts;
also to commence now to bank money with which to
buy bonds of the next issue. It will be but a short
time until the next offering and you will be expected
to buy a bond. It is not necessary that you hold
these bonds if inconvenient to do so. AH Weston
merchants will accept them in exchange for goods.
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