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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1918)
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For Meatless Day and that onO meatless meal each day,
SALT SALMON. SALT MACKKKKL KIITKRKU
HERRING. CANNKD FISH OF ALL KINDS. I'HKKSK.
FRESH HOGS. HKANS, SPLIT TKAS ami NUTS.
For Whoatless Hay and that one whentless meal aeh
day, try our
KICK PANVAKK Fl.OFR. MVK
KYK FLOl'K. CKA1IAM Kl.Ol'R.
WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR. OATS or CORN.
Every Wednesday wo have a shipment of Whole
Wheat, Graham and Rye Uivad from the Model Bakery of
Wallla Walla. We air doing all we can to help ou observe
Meatless and Wheatless Days, and hox.- you will do your
Rote the Window Display
A Real "Hoover Window"
A tine lot of children's ahoo - just what you've
Ucn looking for nonsiluV nervieo hIhx. neat and
prvttv. Used to sell for $2.50 and mort but now
the price is only
Ono lot ladies' sdioes. x allies U to $5.00. Not all
sues left, hut moat of the best sizes can be found in
this lot that is marked to turn into cash for only
One lot of men's shin's, all sizes, lace or button;
Kood valuxs- some of them dress and many of them
strong service shoes. Worth up to $1."0. To turn
into cash, only
W are loaded to the guards with mackinaws,
stag shirts, for lineil roato and heavy, warm, storm
clothing. These are all reduced in price. Huy for
i: xt sea .on and save from two to four dollars per
All the care, itudy ami experience and all that
they cost noe not .how, but when you have
found out that
The colr da M (ada
The taehr hold
"IV hutiotii kt-iy on
The buttonhole! do no rip, of
The smi n( loc in oncmal cnnfofM fining proportion,
Then you'll appreciate those hidden qualities
that were given to you when you bought
have been -looking
Old violin, beautiful tone, Stradi
varius model, for sale cheap. Mrs.
Andy T. Eamett.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Itcovcs of
Peck, Idaho, were recent visitors
at the home of L. B. Davis, who
is a brother of Mrs. Reeves.
Mrs. A. L. Douglas and Mrs. U.
' W. Brown left yesterday in response
to telenhonc calls to join their re-
snective husbands in
ty, where thy
If it takes 20 cents to buy an
undelivered, unguaranteed grain
sack, what will it cost to have a
good storage tank standing in your
yard or field? Ask Watts and
Cyril Proebstel's right foot is
temporarily out of commission as
the result of severe blood oisoning;
which' followed a mere scratch.
The trouble is ascribed to the coloV
ing matter in black hose.
Mrs. A. H. Cox of Pendleton was
here last Friday and met with the
local Red Cross for the purpose of
directing the work of making paja
mas for the soldier boys. The la
dies of the Weston auxiliary are
meeting at the library on Tuesday
and Friday of each week to do this
class of sewing.
Rev. W. S. Payne returned Wed
nesday from Four Iikes, Wash.,
where he conducted a revival, ami
from a visit to his brother at
Sprague. The revival continued
two weeks and rcsulleil in ii con
versions. Mr. Payne now has un
der consideration six calls for his
services as an evangelist. He will
probably go next to Sherman
Mrs. H. Goodwin was hostess to
the French class of Mrs. Lillian
Fredericks Monday afternoon. At
tin? conclusion of the luncheon hour
the birthday anniversary of Madame
Proudlit, one of the class memlers,
was fittingly celebrated. "Camou
flage" birthday gifts were prewnt.
ed to-ihe honoree by the class mem
bers, and a merry time was had.
Tli,w iir?sent were: Mnwlanies
The Bachelor Girls Club met at
the home of Miss 'Odessa Kirkpat
rick last Monday and a very pleas
ant evening was sint with sewing
and music. Klection of olliecrs was
held, with the following result:
Gladys MeFadden, president; Gla
dys Simth, vice president; Ldiia
Jones, secretary' and treasurer.
Near the clow of the evening a
lovely lunch was served by the
Having purchased the Barnett
Economy Store, I intend making a
general clean up of the notions
stock in order to make room for a
new invoice of groceries. Those
who want notions of any kind at
real bargains will do well to call
within the next few days. Andy
The church on Weston mountain
I WESTON SCHOOLS
A new memlier. Oral Williams,
was enrolled in the Freshmen class
The uper classmen of Weston
High gave the Freshmen a recep
tion Thursday evening in the gym
nasium. Games and music fur
nished the entertainment, after
which refreshments were served. A
large numler, including ull of the
teachers, were present.
the eighth grade recently. The
class was divided into pxsing
sides, and the winning sides was to
be entertained by the losing side- -which
arrangement resulted in a
Church of the Brethren
Order of wr vices fr Sunday
of the greati-st lessons of life con
tained in cither of these luniks.
This work is all sent to the State
Department to be corrected and
those suceiful in the examinations
receive a statement direct from the
SuK?rintendent of Public Instruc
tion. Credit is given in the high
schools to all those who pass the
examinations. This work has been
Nw York Th Nilonl Security
tfaRU pll trlbii' hrr lo Senator
Omrs K. t'humlMTlnlii, of orron. nrt
RrprMtrnfatl" Jultim Kahn. of ('alt-
offered by the State Department for fornla. At a Itmrhi-mi given In tholr
a iiuiiiIht of years. However, this honor tl p'aW'r rrf'-rrril to the ef-
is thtf first year that Weston High forta of the two ataicaim n In rointreaa
school has made application, In tbe Interwia of natlonul dpf'-ii".
Tin ki'ttirM;!,.!. Mvaiiiw iv, rt li..lt I Senator t'liaiiitwrlaln, In illacuaiilnn
W.-dnewlay and Tliursdav and the the military policy of the
selling contest was given in cards were given out Monday morn- Btatea. ailviH-antl thr a.lpilon
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111. I le nimi In Mtnrteil Wurk Mini, vrwi nimiiir.T hbmi.i.h. ...
day with renewed energy, hoping to nl 'n1" Y" "'r '
do still Imtter work thnu was (lone h hind and th- low, Hie rich an4 th
last semester. poor, the prnfraalonal nian and tha
January S7. PJ1:
10 a. in. - Sunday whool.
11 a. m. Pnnching.
6:30 p. m. C. W. S.
7:.) p. in. - Bible Study, Life of
JOHN UONEWl'W. Klder.
United J, ft'rfA.frH
of unl- :: fljw.
iinrtu ut tin. hfimi lit (iimcvil I.ll'll
is nemg remoueieu ano me inierir aun
newly decorated. vnen
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is completed me cnurcn win nave
lut-n made over into quite an attrac
tive house of worship.
NOTICE TO TRACTOR
Athena, Ore., Jan. 2.!, HilK.
1 have just received notice from
my home office that on account of
the Govrenment taking over several
of our boats and calling in two
scries of our barrels, it is going to Waitsburg was close and fast, Wes-
bo impossible to ship in car lots as ton being defeated by 17 to H
Having completed their course
in basket weaving, the pupils of
Miss Clark's room hope to take up
a short art course of painting and
A double header basket ball game
is scheduled for this evening at
High School gym, beginning at
seven thirty. The girls' team will
clash with the Waitsburg girls and
The eighth grade pupils hnc
been busy the last month practic
ing their play, "The Old District
School." They hoie soon to en
tertain the public with their in
duction. The little tots in Miss Kintoul's
room are rejoicing over the fact
that they have had the attendance
banner for two months. They are
feeling rather down hearted, how
ever, Iwcause of the illness of some
of the members. Fourteen ab-
has been done in the past.
So I am taking this means of let
ing you know the difficulty we are
going to have (his season in the line
of storage. I would ask your co
operation that you may make im
mediate plans for your prvate stor
age in order that we may ! able
lo take rare of your needs when the
I want you to think thiu over se
riously, as anyone can we what the
result will le if we are not able to
get our distillate when we need it;
and I think we owe it to our coun-
the grade boys will play the grade sences were recorded last wii-k.
team of Mhena. An exciting bat- The basket ball girls of Weston
tie is in prospect bet ween the fern- High met Milton High on the Mil-
mine warriors. J neir game at ton floor Friday even ng and were
victorious by a ttcore of 35 to lf.
The locals were delighted with the
Itrpri'wnUtlvi' Kahn d'-nnunred the
pai-IMata. "The airong arm of the go,
ernment," he aald, "alionld rearh out
anil net thmr peopl, A few pronipl
trlala and a fen n.nlrk hatntlnRa would
prove mont Mlulnry at I la In time."
Ilpprennnlallve Kahn waa followed
by Theodore RnnaevHt, who anld;
"Hark Mr. Chamberlain: linek Mr.
Kahn In aeelnu that every hindrance
of havln thi-ae men aupporled a they
ahoiild he anpported by thla nation la
The locals hoie to make honors reception given them by the Milton
even on their home floor. girls.
Several of the students in the The debating class are taking
Typewriting department are get- much interest in their work. The
ting to be most iierfi-ct in the arlv following question was debated
Some of them are now writing real Thursday afternoon: "Resolved,
business correspondence, making That I ho Curfew Law in Weston
carbon copies of written material, Should lie Repealed.'" This qucs
and other work which they would ! lion was affirmed by William Van
nipjired lo do in actual business' Winkle, Ellis Brown and Fleenor PhOXlC Mdill 263 T
SuperinU'ndent Fitzpatrick an
nounced that there were five stud
ents who wrote on the questions on
Bible Study which were given out
Douglas and denied by Jim Lieual-
len, Violet Wriggle and Velma
Gerking. Decision was given to
the affirmative by unanimous vote.
Dr. S. L. KEIillARD
Hospital at corner of Main
anil Broad streets.
THIC PAST I MIC
Mi Meat Market
try that we take care of our own
needs in a time like this and not by the State Department of Educa
decnd on someone else lo supply tion This examination is given
us with storage when (here is no twice a year at, the close of flic
telling what moment the Govern- semester-- in all schools which
ment may take our tankers and make application fur the same,
barrels if it tui-ds tli'Mii for trans- The examination is divided into two
porlation pui'ixises. parts- - first, the quest ions on the
Call in and talk this over with New Testament; seroud, the ques
us at any time, and we will lie linns on the Old Testament. All
Utiliert Proudlit. glad to help you all we can. who have made a study of this
J H Williams Mary Mcisee ana VJ,J ,.w,,, u,ut1s,.,
H. Goodwin; Miss Mary Proudtfi. Asent Standard Oil Co. field of literature as wv!l as many
Dr. J. C. BADDELEY
Graduate Veterinary Curgeon
Phone :)2FC . Athena, Oregon
HOMER I. WATTS
Hrauticva in all Slate aud Kedera
Physician and Surgeon
Trained nurse in attendance
Office and residence in the
f.V M t
Beef by the quarter
12c per lb.
Meats and Fish
A. P. Perry