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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1918)
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. STARTS WITH A RUSH
mi m 1 1 m Mitt t ttttt Tnrtt Eager Entrants Get 3800
Household furniture (or sale.
Votes in Two First Days.
Miss Naomi Reamer was a guct
this week.of Miss Josephine Cowen
at Walla Walla.
Mr. and Mn. Claud Price left ....
yesterday for a week's outing at Above is the result of the voto
Camp McDougal. in the Weston leader' I5y Scout.
Miss Goldie Nctsbit is visiting at Contest, as counted Thursday by
the home of Mr. and Mrs. ISrorge jnc judges, Messrs. J. W. lVrter,
Hadgctt in IYndleton. jnk jUv and Robert IYoudtit.
hiu Imh'ii biwilv cnirnircd the
iuk m.mih in irvUinur toirether the
Gail Williams 2100 latest number of I'
. . . ,Uw ..ra. riders and hulldoggcrs ever
Arden Lucas.... bW
w wan. ro.-iw.MY (hHHHHXWWW W wwvwvw w v ,
. The Frontier Days performers at v N f A C3 C - A
assembled in one flelil. All the big
ones will I tin band, according to
Charlie Allard's wild bulTalu will
lie seen daily in a series of unu
sual stunts. A herd of ilk ami a
nunilicr of wild lcar to say noth
ing of five carloads of wild Mexi
can cattle - will U roed and herd-
Mrs. L. S. Wood will .entertain
the Ladies Guild next Thursday
afternoon, September 5.
A one-star sen-ice pin, picked up
on the streets, may be had by the
owner by calling at this office.
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Alias tuna m. iiuimiu" .
Portland has accepted a position as cngageu
,-..k ; th UVstnn Hirii School, were ur
Jasper O'Harra is here from Cert- However.
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. ) . wt ml hiilltitiinrtH! (IAIIV.
These vote, were serum, . v -j.-- (h ;tm,,nl
days by the -oung hustlers who h. ti(.t.
have entered the contest and are (,f ,HMjjKWHl animals ever gathen-d
scouting for leader suliscriliers together in southeastern Wash
with encouraging vim. ... ., oi
in other employment ami
largest carnival attractions
in i Unit,! Kin), -will stave
unable to enter the contest. ,hojr wn)mt.rfu amusement
at least .one other en- tures on the fair grounds.
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r.1 PntToreffon for a visit f ith trant. Jimmie Nelson, will be ine agricuuumi auu ..o.uvu.
tral Point, uregoo, lor a vin ... r r,sureea of southeastern
his brothers and old-time Weston heard from next wee " Washington will be nut adequate
friends. absent on a visit to Athena when j n.pfva.nted.
J. H. Cloilius has gom to San the race started.
Francisco, and expects to remain in jj,, nK-r's subscription rate Mrs. Saline Entertains
vaiuomiB wi - w,ii he advanced to iwo uoiinrs , i . ..
soiourn X . . . ti A charming musical aftertusm
tojoum. October 1st next. There- e...-i.. i. m R :
t c u.ukih wtttt Mluumr this . . . . .1 " ... .
will be advanced to two dollars
a war on October 1st next. There-
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E. C. Rogers was mk " fon. those who wish to take the sjK j honoi-of Mrs. Warren A.
ween on a Dusine np u, wi fim, of GoU, ,kHch A
tucna. His son Dudley accompan- '" , WMM, ,,r.Hrr.m of music
,0n,m- : : " ... waa m-senttHl. the
Mrs. J. W. Torter and two
younger daughters are coming town sulscrilKTs may signify their
home Sunday from Camp Me- choice of candidates in their let
Dougal. ters of remittance, and the proper
l)eing Miss Zola Keen of Athena, y
Mrs. Fredericks. Mrs. alng arw
Mrs. Wood. Miss Keen also gave A
which added variety to X
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... . s r . . mi i a ... i th vtttit nf mitvu. T
The W. 5. njnes reiumcu oun- numoer oi voies win oe rounwi,
itmrmninff from their automobile ti h miv t-iih la A aecuwaiy nuro V'T X
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LwJ ImJ i 111 H I .J LtM S
v "'""t lABUtr i
trip to Seattle and other cities on
of Walla Walla
do so as they will Ket the jwikt at Mrs- Fredericks. The gift of a t
d.MM.d.u, ttai Ssng'Ti I with Suits and Dresses. Our Coats come direct
serving Boy Scout to make com- cream and nyc Wcre senel. A . ,M . . .
from tnc makers ana win ue un uaw
ure of the after-
,.- . mwc v. noo was 'enuneu a iwmire m
ine oouna. u: ..) r rri..nti o c....-i u,i; f.ir th
Ralph Lansdale, one oi uie ... . . . cnance to prize, which was finally won by
to a call to the colors.
son Melvin of Pomeroy, Wash., arc mission and prize money. Let Those present were: Mrs. f U
. II TU namnta .1 .... ik.tnf .11 Ik.n. ll..ma R..ir..n Mm W S. I'aVIll' M"S. J.
visiting nire. wiiwhi v w, iiivm renin um vi -. -- - -. - --- .
Rev. and Mrs. W. R. Storms. of expense the cost of their home H. Williama, Mrs. J. M. Ir,
.... in... . , Mrs. Herman Goodwin. Mrs. h. O. A
Mr. ana Mrs. a. james anu uo,.- paper is very prooaoiy me ivasv. rvMoss. Mrs. L. Fredericks, Mrs.
aid James lelt Wednesday lor ron- jjjj, added patronage from those r v.-is,,,,. Mrs. Mary McNee.
land to make their J; who fed that they are in a position Mrs. S. J. Culley, Mrs. H. Fisher
will he missed bv a laree circle oi ... ..... r. c:.i. v
- t0 afTonj it, win assuredly Dean- oi Ainena, airs. i . onmn, who. t .it.
. Slt,.- 1!fMa-X Mrs.Rabb,asusual, will represent Miss Moore
progress with the Watts & Rogers measure for the indifference of Wood. i1U9m ,U"L'
walk by using his new concrete those who do not and will not take t tA,lU a CltnorK llflt flf
mixer. George is manifestly proud the paper at all. In this as in Qmp Band lor Round-Dp . t - Willi d IIIIC Kfl
of this contrivance. other resDects the loyal citiwns . . Y
MtLsS. to e dens if there are to eommun,,Jr ton to give the approaching Fourth Y
ywlded enterprises. . Liberty Loan campaign all f the f
UlSl!S sS'JSi At the twoollar rate the lad- advertising possible at the Round- f
34 bushels on the St 11 place. . Up A formal re-
Mr. and Mrs. Alien nicnai, ac- . . auest was made by slate neaiKiuar-
: - i, thai, mu-rt Mim cash-m-advance casts, in ia. uie m( . -
o o o
Mr. and Mrs. Oyde SUggs were
here Tuesday, havimr returned to
Milton from Morrow county, where
erty 'Loan for the county, and H.
W. 0lilnH and F. W. Earl, a com-
mittee from the Round-Up board, X
Croat enthusiasm nrevails at .a ,vnn.. iim r. ..n..t onl i
s r ofrt5TeaSLwr. isy.? ." st-s;
' K0-f H- l rumed ear- coming anve xor xne nauonai war Camp Lewis mi lUry band be sent '
mg harvest. He has resumed gar Salvation Army S.k. .r-min-,1 f tmnhi. taken A
age wotk at Miiwn. jn in the fact that already from the fieu 0f battle. The re- 5
a7i4aal PfVonn 1 tnA nftfflP nf : L.M..k mlu Mmin. . . fW. ..... T
of a recenf arrival at the home of jg 0f defense and kindred organ- department waft at once requested Jt
Mr unil Mm. Will M. Peterson in ;-f,V. Uava AiAiHi tn nut. nvr a-iL. I eu..MnM. ta. V
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WATCH THIS SPACE FOR ANNOUNCEMENT
Pendleton. He Is a promising jj-jve, beginning September 15. Kjven that the trophy
dence.of ajegal mind
It will pay you, ladies, to order
your fall suit or coat at once and
thus save the government war tax
soon to be imposed. We have the
unrivalled Ideal Ladies Tailoring
Company's line. R. L. Reynaud.
E. E. Zehm has moved the Mrs.
Zehra stock of cigars and confec
tionery into the Saling brick. He
has converted the back room of
the building into a dance hall, and
announces that it will be dedicated
Saturday evening, September 7,
with a Harvest Ball.
be sent to Pendleton during the
Round-Up if it is in the state.
Three speakers will also be sent.
Red Cross Notes
A supply of sock yarn has just
been received at local headquar- A
tars, and as our quota of socks A
has to be in by September 10, knit
ters are urged to procure yarn to
soon as possible.
The work-rooms will be open on
Tuesday and Friday of next week
fmm 1 ;30 to B n. m. There is a
The remaining counties in Oregon quantity of refugee sewing on
mrm lm eraected to decide to do hand and the local chairman de-
After an absence of two years, this work through their organize sires every one to come who possi
Mrs. Sarah Powls, Jess and Frank tions. Sunday, September 15, has bly can, and assist with this work.
Fowls and Mrs. Stella Hager and been set as Salvation Army Sunday .
her two children have returned in the churche. and the request -ftk,n.
rinrmA,. and are ffuesU at the irm-t furtJi that the ministers nere rural spuwae ,
Will Halt farm in the uplands, throughout the state in their scr Mrs. C'ashatt and two! children
. ... . . ... . t . . i t u c ntMr...,w
It Is ttieir intention mj leave ewn vices on mis nay euy r-jiiiiiimiB an i
for MarshnVld. Oregon, to make about the wonderful work the
ihmr hine. . vation Army is doing and mention
Ikn .tflv lit lhf t-lpfmlp.
OnC of the - best Wheat Crop Tl,.. mnl.ml l(.wn f rum Smkuni-
threshed this year in Umatilla .
County was had by Henry Hendrick- Chlliey Is Sale .,, ,. M.nP CMPVil IFR
eon at his place, wast of Adams. M " ,nd M. c. L PinUerton, G. FUER ,S "?L CHEVAUER
The yield as ousneis per acre w an(1 Henrv Craieen re- Cuvnamer's FritnJ and Pupil Has
V c.VticrAV mwtrrDfi.
a ar ii t wwrTT a i.urf l m . t
' i . t a i i ii ftiBiran hiiiiu id ei h h ii n nnniB
ser- Mrs. Cashatt and twoJchiMren t UU fJ& M flVUf il VJ IlU & 1 U t V
hing an I Miss Sayde NorDeanTanfflMr. f WMwariwaiH ubuwm,4MUVIMUW
Sal- Arkey NorDean were visiting., this j , 4 , .
ition weak at the home of their parent,
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. NorLVan. . , ,
11 fit H
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Pinkerton, G.
W Cmtorn and Henrv Craicen re-
from 400 acres. However. Mr. . . f automobile
Hendrickson land is the kind that of g(mnd cjtie8 by way of
produces 50 bushels or better in a Portland They visited Seattle, Ta
favorable year. . comai Camp Lewis and other points,
Claud Still, one of the East and had a very pleasant outing.
End's best known young men and a It was their first intention to go to
former student of the Weston Nor Wallowa lake, but they .hanged
tnal has been admitted into the their vacation plans at the lsst roo
Tanks corps- a branch of the scr- mcnt. Tlie U-ad-r man desires p. r-vi!dnngveryFleeialqualifica-
mally to Hiy that lie wax glad to
He T was oVw ( of 18 out of find that his friend Mr. Pinkerton
KSOaPpHcants who were enlisted at had gotten home intact, having re
KJtffi Clwd leaves this week garded h m very much in the light
VTr Ct. which is located on of an "Innocent Abroad." How
Z MSSS Wtto UM. .ver, he w In capable hwidV.
Uvtn VletorUs to His
Paris. 8ons-Lletitwnt T?or.nn-Ver-duras,
recently made a eaevaller of
the Lglon of Honor, following hli
apventh offldnlly recorded aerfnl vie
lory, was the Intimate friend and pupil
He accompanied Cuynetner Epptem
her 11, 1M7, when the lotfcr mrt his
fat. His one thought since, It Is as
serted, bos been to avenjre the irrent
ace. One of the new chevalier's feat
was to aboot down three pianes In fnnr
hours. He was a cavalryman until
Uansftmd to till ait sernV .
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m-rium for rati aCAROH -ml rmr
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D. SWIFT & CO.
W. M. Ptitrw C. H. nlihos
' Peterson bU Bishop
Psndleton, Ur. rrMWtr,.0r.
The Prudent Man
will fill his coal bin when the fill
ing is good. Better order your
coal now, when I can supply you.
P. T. HARBOUR, Weston, Oregon
Ur. J. C. IJADDELUY
Craduttt VtUriurf Surgeoa
rhone 32FS Athena, Oregon
HOMER X. WATTS
i'rsiHlees in all Slate and, Fwlend
. ATHENA, 0KB00N