The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946, October 18, 1918, Image 3

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A new and attractive line.
Fumitoe ' I
Wo aim to make
our work its best
Church of the Hn-thrvn-SumUy
school at 10 a. rn. i'n-arhing at
111, m. C. W. S. at 6:30 p. m.
Ilible Study. Life of Christ, at 7:30
p. m. John Boncwitz, elder.
Methodist Church Sunday school
J at 10 a. ni. Preaching wrvicvt at
U a. m. and 7:30 p. m. hpworth
lngue at 6:30. Wayer meeting
Thursday evening. S. E. Powell,
United Brethren Church Preach-
X Ing at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
t Sunday school at 10:00 a. m.
I t..i r v i .OA m f V
tfUnllT V. t m iDV ill. V. -M
meeting at 7 p. m. Prayer meet
ing Wednesday evening. E. F.
Wriggle, pastor.
lAck1 tr t Baptist Church The Church with
Oil I UC r 5 a cordial welcome for all. Sunday
school at ten o clock, preaching at
eleven. Also preaching at eight
o'clock In the evening. W. R.
Storms, pastor.
Christian Science Society Ser-
HOMER I. WATTS vice. Sunday at 11 a. m., Water
Attorney-at-Law street, near Main.
i'rexe In all 8i and Klrl Episcopal Church-Services ev
t'ourt. ery second Sunday in each month
ATHI'.NA. OMIiUUN at 3 p. in.
L. K. WiKd has Uen quite
rioiiKly ill during the week at his
home on Water street.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert ProudfU
entertained relative from Walla
Walla Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. W. E. Driskell returned Frl
day evening from an extended visit
with relatives in Montana.
Weston people nwd go no far
ther than Athena for satisfactory :
dental work. Dr. Sjxmogle.
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Fetter and
family have moved to Fret-water,
Oregon, where they will reside in
the future.
T. J. McCarty returned Monday
from a visit to J. II. Rockhill, his
former upland neighbor, in the
Two Rivers country.
James Killgore has returned
from the Puget Sound country
near Everett, where he has been
engaged in sawmill work.
Owing to health regulations re
garding Spanish influenza, the Sat
urday Afternoon Club meeting
scheduled for October 19 will not
be held.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Payne "and
their guest. Mrs. J. A. Kennedy of
Seattle, motored Monday to me J.
B. Kennedy farm near Pendleton
for a day 'a visit.
Some alight improvement is not
ed this week in the condition of
Mark Henderson, which has been
very serious following an accident
at Blue Mountain sawmill.
Attention, Rebekahs! Owing to
the epidemic of influenza, the con
vention at Weston of the Rebekahs
called for October 29 is indefinitely
postponed. Maud Stanfield, chair
man. A crew of men from Pendleton
are building a new county bridge
near the Wyatt place above town.
It is being substantially constructed
with concrete abutmenta, and will
have a 38-foot span.
Miss Colvin of the local school
faculty welcomed her mother to
Weston last Saturday afternoon.
They will make their home .during
the school year in the NorDean cot
tage on Normal Heights.
Fred Greer and Charles Wilson
will return in a few days to Spok
ane to resume their studies at the
gaa engine school which they were
attending there when it was closed
because of the "flu" epidemic.
The United Brethren Church will
hold their annual Harvest Homo
Festival on Friday evening, Octo
ber 26. ' Announcement is made
that "all members and friends of
tho Church are invited. Come one,
come all, and let us have a good
The first quarterly conference of
the Methodist Chruch will be held
at the church Sunday evening, af
ter the regular services. The rea
son for the early , date is because
the elder is unable to hold meet
ings, elsewhere on account' of quar
antine. S. E. Powell, pastor.
ThA annual meetlntr of the Wes-
WTAWAV.WVViW ton Red Cross auxiliary will be
held at the local headquarters on
Monday afternoon, October 21, at
i .an nVlnek. This meetinsr is call
ed for the purpose of electing offi
cers and amending the by-laws of
the Chapter. A full attendance is
. earnestly requested.
The last crop of barley on Reed
and Hiwley mountain was threshed
Monday night with a McCormick
combine. It belonged to Selmer
Tknmmmn and work was rushed in
order to avoid the threatened rain
which followed next day. The job
was begun at seven o'clock Monday
evening and finished at seven
o'clock Tuesday morning, with Tom
McCarty. running the engine, Ray
Jones and Norval Ferguson pitch
ing and Selmer Thompson sewing
sacks a good and faithful crew.
The night's run totaled 175 sacks.
While- making his rounds Tues
day Mail Carrier J. E. Jonea was
confronted by a bobcat at a place
in the road near the William Sing
er farm. ' The animal was lying on
a Btump and instead of running
like a Hun, switched its tail, show
ed its teeth and growled. Consid
ering this as downright impudence,
Mr. Jones peppered th.e animal with
a twenty-two, but it refused to
budge. Pretty soon a lady cat
walked out of the brush, and not
liking the odds Mr, Jones went to
the Singer place after a larger
rifle. Returning with a Savage,
he found both bobcats still in the
vicinity and while Mr. Singer held
the team he commenced a bombard
ment of the cats. He killed the
male and brought the pelt, a large
one, to town. Badly wounded, the
female escaped.
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ctober Over Half
October 27, 1918.
Set your clocks back one hour,
and buy A GOOD WATCH at
our store for only
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
Did you ever Stop, Think and Consider the fact
that on and after October 1st that amount of mon
ey due us belongs to us? It is not yours to keep,
nor to invest, nor to spend not a cent of it.
We have borrowed, stinted and pledged our
selves to help you through this month.
"Man is Made of Dust
Dust Settles
Be a Man!"
O O O '
We have Lumber, Hardware
and Implements
We are Farm Outfitters Come
arid See
Walts ii Rogers
Preston-Shaffer Milling Co.
Established 1865
Athena, Oregon . Wait$bur, Wash. , ;
American Beauty
Pure White
Made .of selected bluestem in one of the
best equipped" mills in the Northwest.
Sold In Weston by y r;
Weston Mercantile Company
A band of 1600 fine sheep be
longing to Smythe Bros, passed
through town today .en route for
winter feeding grounds near Uma
pine. We noticed that one black
sheep in the flock had facial charac
teristics a good deal resembling
Kernel Boyd's although, of course,
the poor sheep never did us any
' Mr. and Mrs. Seth Hyatt, accom
panied by Mrs. Tom Gould of Mil
ton, left Sunday for Portland,
where Mrs; Gould was operated
upon Monday by Dr. Coffey for the
removal of cancer.
Weston Lodge No. 58, I. O. O.
F., decided last evening to discon
tinue its sessions until all danger of
an influensa epidemic is over.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rhone of Col
fait, Wash., are visiting their
daughter, Mrs. Cecil Hyatt, at her
upland home.
" A son was born Wednesday even
ing to Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Snider
at their home on the Heights. ,
Miss Ruby Price is leaving Mon
day to take a position as bookkeep
er with a Walla. Walla firm.
Dan Hopkins was in town Wed
nesday from La Crosse on a busi
ness visit. '
; Fall rains have been descending
of late quite abundantly.
Roy Hyatt made a business trip
to Pendleton Monday.
A. B. Woods was over today
from Walk wall,-
The Weston Leader is on a Cash Basis
Subscriptions, Jobwork and Advertising
Tb6 Fanners BanK of Weston
EstalMed 1891
Subscription to Fourth Liber
ty Loan closes October 19. Be
sure you have a bond of this
Buy W. S. S.