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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1919)
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
II EIYE f'QNEY-SAYING SERVICE
Your Ford car will pive satisfactory
and money-saving service for years if
you just give it decent care. Let our
shop look after it, making replacements
and repairs when necessary; let us keep
it tuned up and running smoothly, and
you'll sure have all the service and com
fort you could get from a brand new car. It's
all in the knowing hovr. Our workmen are
skilled we have genuine Ford parts we make
the regular Ford prices as established by the
factory. Bring your Ford car in and let us
look it over "a stitch in time saves nine."
LIBERTY AUTO CO.
O. A. Adams, Mgr. -(Successors
to Weston Auto Co.)
WML KAIL IHSTKE
FOR WESTON COBHUNITY;
. KoUc of Final Account
In the County Court of Mm SUM of
Ortgon for Umatilla uouniy.
1 .In Mm MtUr of the EUle of Jos.
Anton rdrr, ueceawia.
fVmmlttMl twldftl DOOB till NOTICK IS HEREBY Uivtn w
Committee peciaes wjxia w whom kt concern that
Uni rVWrtr, adminWretrU of iim
mUI of Joe. Anton l Awr. docod.
- . 1 J w A. I MAiuiiil and itmrt In
At a juint committee meeting th- ministration of tho e.tUi that
Wcdm.lv afternoon it wa. voted Jii" tf
nnrtiBiM tho We. .. .. j .. - H--..L iota ia nVWk
w.... .M..k m. hh.ri In tho fartnoon M the time, end tho
3 m. a r n t ir IT
Weston Opera Boos.
f ront and to have a corner entrance
with double doors. Tho stage will
b moved forward eight or ten
feet, with the view of using It for
the double purpose of stage and
dining hall. Among the new equip
ment to be bought immediately are
a motion picture machine and a
The new front will be of attrac
tive design and will be built diag
onally. Additional ground needed
will be donated by Watta & Roger.
The enterprise will be financed by
the aale of memberships In th
Memorial Hall association. G. W.
Staggs headed the list this morning
with a subscription of $100". The
institution is to be the property of
the entire community of Weston.
White for the entire building
nutsido and in is the color most
U.ted this tho Wh dsy of February,
iaia. Lna Paowaa
, , Administratrix.
Wux M. PTaaoK
..... a ki . .u
wilm o. . . .
Attorneys for Aaminwvrmvri.
The unmatchable SIX at
Also Cole Eight, Reo and Dort Automobiles.
A. IV. LUIIDELL - - - Agent
& fi r-i
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x Bk a mm c a
I i I i i i s. yN r
favored by the committee members.
' - - . . a. a, a. ay - a. .a. a
ized by tho election of S. A. Barnes
Rev. W. S. Payne
IMj uviu . ..
ducted a week's revival.
Mrs. H. E. Douglas
The Willys Overland cars give
satisfaction. I have taken three
.th,s -IOJ 5"! chairman and Mrs. C H. Smith
W lys Knight 4, one wmys o ana
one light 4? It is a pleasure to sell as secretary. Others present were
these cars, they give such delight Mrs. E. 0. DeMoss, Mrs. R. Morri-
k. Mmm. Don't nav one thou- v r Rrwr P. C. Roirers.
Expert dentistry prices reasons- Mn( or twelve hundred dollars for Watt. j-, c. Fitzpatrick and
ble. Dr. Sponogle. Athena. flashy paint. I will give you any ' - appoint.
Mi Susie Zignwi of State Lir. color body you . wahou t hid the Sting commUtce.
? JStSJ? gndm0ther, SSS SL in whTch to fill your or. Wood, HUpatrick and Mrs. DeMosa
returned bun- . i it.. fK-rlanH jf t,a ihm!t constitution and
day from Huntsville, where ne con- )e - e best service of any by-laws.
auto company in the market, and
has pur- the best car for the money. See the The movement for a soldiers
chased the B. B. Hall residence beautiful Six I am aemonsirauny Bnd pioneers memorial Duuam
nronertv on Broad street. now. You will want one like it. Weston took definite shape at the
Pr t , .Mwnf(ir hatch. Dr. S. L. Kennard. dealer. commercial club meeting Monday
taSfci&S iSlSS LastSaturday evening the girls JJ foT.
Mrs. A. A. Kees. . 22S
Mr A Mrs. P. C. McCausland . " V.rT: hoth h,
going u u . - Wte(1. Rllbv Price, president
ton. ti Pnwpii. vice m-esident: Eva
A SnMtrp on the Wild Horse t.nnnVII. secretary: Mina
near the Harris place is reported treasurer: Goldie Nesbit, reporter,
to have collapsed because of b.gn Business over, the girls spent the P"' . rJ &
. , .vpnimr in fun. C. H. Smith, Mrs. w. a. rrice, t
added a trailer to my MisTHoh AS "w X
auto stae. I will be pleased to han- W'JJ? They reported through their spokes
die vourfreizht orders. 0. H. Mc- was appreciated by all. Reresb. "7 J proposed
r. . nunti worn isprvcKi nv Lne nusiess. --- -
v.- riin commumty hall had met witn unan-
assistedbyMissColvin. jmous favor at a recent club meet-
The seating capacity of the lodge m president Porter appointed a
ball was taxed last evening to committee consisting of Clark olo
accommodate the large number of wood, F. C. Fitzpatrick and Dr. A
1am1 atirl vieitinir Odd FplloWS Who nr.... ivitk ho r-nmmil. X '
It is announced that no services jsgembied here to exemplify the 0f cub women. A motion pre- f
nrill ha held nXt . . . . . j J rpl . . . .. i,. OjO
oi mijr ia.-v. "... - " " nm ana mira aegreet. iue v8 ed that D0U1 i
w.-' wfAn'c 'fiain nav" the oDenimr of
fc v nan iur ucawno vs. F . - ,
k A ir tjh if iQ nnTYiinor likp an avalanciie
The joint committee was organ- I tilt! AVlCHIUi Itti
T B Ml Ai A. J a W V 7 W W jrl
the style event 01 weswn evcijr
and child in splendid new attire, smiling, happy.
Begin your preparation now and let us be of every
possible service to you.
ila clj a3r3 S C3
be under one roof met with
mnced favor. 1
The commercial club was visited V
u . iinioirstinn of icven ladies 03
Price, from the Saturday Afternoon club, A
oorter' which included Mrs. E. M. Smith. X
it the president; Mrs. E. 0. DeMoss, Mrs.
em uie v w s pri( o
D. W. dinger .reports about
four feet of snow at Tanks and
about ten feet at Toll Gate, accord
ing to the Milton Eagle.
It is announced that no services -ambled here
e uciu w
Sunday at the Methodist church, be
foreign waters. . the shelvea of the local -library, about town by S. A
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Turner have The Long Shadow, by Bower Per- C. Rogers. ,
sold out their holding, near Cor- suasive Peggy, by Thompson; A In general the P'" r o
Kis, Oregon, and moved back Daughter of the Land, Porter; A community gathering place where t
Itilcounty. They plan to Girl Named Mary, Thompkins. JJS i
reside m Pendleton. Who will tell us how to secure a Matrons acting alter- !
Income tax officers Miller, Cham- statue of a pioneer and so dier boy Mte, nogte86eg and motion pic-
berlain and Lunda will be at the and a machine gun or small cannon tureg pregented, - a suitable depart- 1
.;fw hoii n Atupna Marcn ai ana an tor iiieujuriai uan . a
April 1 to assist those who have Committee.
failed to make their returns within
the required time. .
The local lodge of Pythians had ...
3m:hm'' udinneiotr nirrnr -
upon Fred Hende. Lom Hstll ... ' L, Now the
and uscar rurceii. any hw . r. f wi health.
" ier. haDn er. and
occaslon' t if the blood is given
Bonds have been sold ana me nir. the stomach
nnfr94 fot to the Warren Con- a mif onH ha rms nf Winter. tf 4hla notice is marked it siirni
rimitinii Himnan for Work M.nmiilntl in tho tvstpm. Hrfupn A. that vniii suKwrtntlnn PXIiirpB
PUUVHVI1 wa.fni - ... V.iw uwm.a, 1 1U U VM. - F . t
amounting to one million dollars aWay. Hollister's Rocky Mountain April 1, 1919. We would most
on the Teel irrigation project near Tea is one of the very best and gratefully appreciate your prompt
unrest Snrinff medicines to take, renewal.
Get it and see the difference in the Subscription rates by the year,"
.... nn .. - ...Ml 1 . ... t fr . li
. . . wnoe rami v. ineir coior win m sz.uo: six momns. ai.uu:-vnice
the Weston neighborhood,
evjv RjifnrHav and Monday we shall have for
a Special Three Days' Showing a large assortment
t of MILLINERY. This includes the latest creations
x c;rr Airnoi- frnm the wholesale nouse. we
ask that you make a special effort to see this assort
ment, which is sent for the convenience of our
customers. It affords an opportunity to seiect irom
est possible showing ot Deautnui new aesigusi
will delight the most exacting, and at prices
-o tVinn Mf. v stnrps are compelled to ask. This
in addition to our already complete line, which has
been selected with a desire to meet tne wisnes ui
our rapidly growing trade.
that the whole family
mont will tx Hpvoted to the die
nf ninneor relics and soldier troph
la. in us and cabinets. There
will also be a kitchen and banquet-
I- nw uiMctnitol Mmmtinifv
IflK i V. vwnoiv..-.. r
in view oi general u "; i'- jt
proval accorded the movement, con J
la fait that tlfosant BCtivi. a,
I1UCIIVC 10 v.i v "
v ' MX efn91
- U ai U W If svJ
rfta BbM' sui fcw
: ...:n Mr.tolll7a In saHv action.
sret alonir better ' - A
a thoro purify- Mftr- ta nhscrlhM X
and bowels clean- f
Echo. About 20.000
put under water.
W - "9
acres will be
nwav Monday at his home in Asn-
land, Oregon. Mr. Leach was born
in Morrow county, Oregon, about
40 years ago and came to Weston
when a boy. He is survived by a
widow and two sons.
Athena Press: Sidney Barnes is
employed as salesman at Stephen's
Pure Food Grocery. Sid, who fol
lowed camouflaging while with the
116th Engineers in France, finds
opportunity to wield a facile pen
and brush in illustrative show win
dow cards for the store. This is
on the side, when he is not weigh
ing out bacon and beans.
uhnln familv. Thoif mnt will bp
rJA better, they'll feel fine and be well months, 60 cento.
r anI hunntf
Th trader is invariably
tinued at expiration.
Liberty Bonds i
" An absolutely safe Invest
ment. If you have money to In
vest, boy Liberty Bonds from us.
If you sell Liberty Bonds, sell
Ws boy and sell Liberty Bonds.
Any denomination $50 $100
The adjourned meeting of stock
holders of the Weston Mercantile
Co. of January 16 will be called to
reconvene Saturday! March 22, at
2 o'clock p. m., at Masonic hall,
Weston, Or., for the purpose of
electing a board of. directors for
the ensuing year and for transact
ing such other business as may
come before the stockholders.
F. D. WATTS, President
J. H. WILLIAMS, Secretary.
They are here now ready for your inspection -Capes, Dolmans,
Coats-direct from the makers-the new "cloud" shades, tans, blues, etc., X
. aj. i.!.. i...l kuAMi'niv inmfnrtVt1i mnrlo fnr Wnl RPl-VlPP. Olir X
custpmers tell us they are cheaper by ten dollars per garment than city store
prices, and we know the statement is correct. See for yourself.