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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1919)
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' ' WESTON
R. Q SALINO, Mgr.
Church of the Brethren Sunday
school at 10 ft. m. I'rvuchinir at
11a. m. C.W. S. at 6:30 p.m.
ttibl Study, Life of Christ, at 7:30
p. m. John Uonewlu, elder.
Mothodist Church Sunday school
at 10 a. m. Preaching wrvict at
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Epworth
lairu at 6:30. Prayer metinif
Thursday evening. S. E. Powell,
United Brethren Church Preach-
Inn at 11 a. m. and 8 p. n.
Sunday school at '10:00 a. m.
Junior C. E. at 2:80 p. m. C. E.
meeting at 7 p. m. Prayer meet
injr Wednesday evening. E. F.
Baptist Church The Church with
a cordial welcome for all. Sunday
school at ten o'clock, preaching at
eleven. Also preaching at eight
o'clock in the evening. W, It.
Storms, pastor. .
Christian Science Society Ser
vices Sunday at 11 a. m., Water
street, near Main.
Iliglifit price paid for chickens
at the Weston market.
Loom alfalfa hay, first-clans qual
ity, for sale. W. M. Us vis.
Mrs. Margaret Rabb is leaving
tomorrow for a visit with friends
Miss Violet Wriggle resumed
teaching Monday in her school
near Pendleton. '
Conforming to the law of prog
ress, the local Baptist parsonage
has been wired for electric lights.
Members of the Bachelor Girls
club were pleasantly entertained
Monday evening by Miss Ruby
. Rev. 8. E. Powell has gone to
Walla Walla to conduct a series of
evangelistic meetings at the Marvin
Honorably discharged from the
army of Uncle Sam, Private Elmer
Ferguson came In this morning
from Camp Lewis. 4
For Sale Two 3 bottom, 16-inch
new style Flying Dutchman plows;
only been used few days. Will sell
cheap. . Chas. Betts, phone 30F13,
Athena. , .
Mrs. Geo. W. Baker of Wallace,
Idaho, arrived today for a visit
with her brother, Private Earl
Rose, and 'mother, Mrs.1 Marion
The ground . hereabouts is cov
ered with several inches of enow,
which meets the views of those who
would rather take their winter now
than later on.
Mrs. Clem Duncan was taken ill
last Saturday while visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Iven O'Harra,
with influenza in mild form. She
Guy Cronk, district manager of
the Standard Oil Co., was ih town
Saturday from Athena accompanied
by his brother, who is visiting bim
from Emmett, Idaho.
Mrs. Rhoda Beck of Walla Walla,
member of a well known pioneer
family of this section, was here last
week for a few days' visit with her
daughter, Mrs. C. H. Nelson.
Returning from Corvallls, where
he took the short course in tractors
at Oregon Agricultural College, ra
don King left for Spokane thia
week to attend the Holt school. ' ,
Robert Mills of Walla Walla, who
recently received an honorable dis
charge from the United States
navy, was a guest during the week
at the home of Rev. W. R. Storms. -
I will wait until February 20,
1919, and no longer, for the settle
ment of account due me. These
will then be collected through Fee
.& Fee, my attorneys. W.L.Rob
bins. , Lost On the streets, a lady's
purse containing rings, papers and
money. If finder will kindly re
turn purse, rings and papers to
this office, the money may be re
tained as a reward.
W. L. Rayborn went to Pendle
ton Monday to engage in jury ser
vice and was drawn on the grand
jury. He was thus enabled to come
home, .as that body will not meet
again until the next term. ;
Overland cars continue in active
demand in the local automobile
market. Dr. Kennard sold a Light
Four this week to Edgar A. Simp
son, and a 1919 model of the Light
Four to Herman Goodwin.
Tom Eagleton, the 17-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Eagleton
kVVAVAVVAVAV.V.v.V.V.V.V.v.V.v.v.VW of this city, has enlisted in the
. : -- flaw, after first obtaining the con
sent of his parents. He has gone
to Bremerton, Wash., for training.
Peter Weidert has brought suit
against Henry Barrett to eject de
fendant from land belonging to
plaintiff and held by defendant un
der lease. The complaint alleges
that the terms of the lease have
been violated, and damages to the
amount of - $2500 are also claimed.
Miss Cora Beamer of Weston and
Mr. John Mayberry of Milton were
united in man lag Sunday at Pen
dleton. The bride Is a popular
high school girl, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John Beamer, prom
inent among Weston's long-resident
families. Mr. and Mrs. Mayberry
have the good wishes of a host of
friends throughout the countryside.
A surprise party was given Sat
urday evening in honor of Rev. S.
E. Powell, pastor of the Methodist
church, who had just reached his
39th birthday anniversary; Assem
bling to the number of 40 or more
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
E. M." Smith, the friends went to
the parsonage In a body and spent a
jolly evening. An informal program
of games and music was rendered
and cake and coffee served.
Colonel Raley and Judne Fee,
the veteran Pendleton lawyers,
have gone to San Francisco, where
they will opiNwe ' one another in
the case of Jcrusha Ciabtie vs. Mar
vel L. and Homer 1. WatU, involv
ing the disposition of certain lands
of the WatU estate. Fee repre
sents the plaintiff and Raley the do'
fondants. The case goes to the cir
cuit court of appeals at San Fran
cisco from the district court at
"I herewith enclose check for
two bones for the Leader another
year it is looked for like a letter
rem home," are the kind words
written us by J. A. Stolp from
Rkford, Wash. - He says they are .
now having another winter up
there after two weeks of spring
weather in January.
There will be work at Red Cn as
headquarters Tuesday and Friduy
afternoons. The rooms will be
open at one o'clock and all mem
Urs are earnestly requested to
come and assist in the work assigned
to the local auxiliary.
At ft recent meeting of the Wee
ton school board all the members
of the present teaching force were
re-elected for the succeeding school
year. None of the contracts have
as yet been signed, however.
With only two negative votes
Senator Ritner's bill increasing tie
salary of the Umatilla county jude
from $1200 to $1800 a year hss
passed the state senate.
. Tankii, the modern auto fuel,
prevents formation of carbon. See
A. Phillips, local agent. .
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Whether for planking a county bridge, or laying E.
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