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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (June 6, 1919)
AisoM July 1
IT IS NECESSARY tot reduce our stock about
One Half in order to condense to smaller temporary
quarters, while our
. ': Urn Being is Being Completed
We have no choice, as we must vacate our pres
ent quarters, and are offering about
1: ' $100,000 WoEtia -
of High-class Dry Goods, Rcady-to-Wcar Apparel,
Millinery, Shoes Silks, Dress Goods, Underwear,
Hosiery, Corsets, Gloves, etc. - -
at Public Sale at Greatly Reduced Prices
You can use the goods, so now is the time to
hitch your dollar to the biggest load It ever carried.
11. Q. J
Walla Walla, Washington
Expert dentistry prices reasona
ble. Dr. Sponogle, Athena.
Mis Ruby Price has accepted a
pobitlon in the office of the Weston
Mrs E. Reynold and Robert
Reynolds are here from (.'otinoll,
Wash., to attend the reunion.
. K. l Rogers left Wednesday to
Mt the extensive land holdings of
Watts & Roger near OdcN. W ash.
Kldon and K mna Mclnlyrc have
gone to Portland to visit their
grandfather, Alex Walker, at Mon
tavilla. F. G. Lucas will noon be taking
real estate clients around in a new
Hubinobilo car, now on the way
from the factory.
Mrs. J. It. Williams and Gail
Williams left Wednesday for Tort,
land, where Gail will receive- fur
ther training in dramatic art.
Dick Harris and family arc re
turning from Hingham, Montana,
and it is Raid will again become
residents of the Weston neighbor
Title to certain lands left by the
late Nelson Swaggart was quieted
in a recent friendly action brought
by J. M. Swaggart against A. L.
Services will be conducted at the
Episcopal church next Sunday after
noon at three o'clock by Rev. Alfred
Look wood of Pendleton. All are
invited to attend.
Reports from the Blues say that
a big crop of huckleberries is in
prospect for the festive summer
picker. The young berries are
beginning to form and are almost
safe from Jack Frost.
Dr. and Mrs. Wood of Coeur
d'Alenc, Idaho, were guests Wed
ncsday of Dr. and Mrs. Watts while
on their way to Portland, Dr.
Wood and Dr. Watts were formerly
partners in the practice of medicine
at Coeur d'Alene.
Herman ataggs leaves bunuay on
Harness and Saddles of the
Special orders given prompt
If it is made of leather Ave
can make it.
Auto tops and side curtains
made to order.
(J. D. Whitman) Milton. Or.
last Saturday a deal was conaum
mated at La Crosse. Wash., where
by Scott Banister of Weston be
comes the owner of 880 acres of La
Croese land including stock and
equipment and the wheat crop on
880 acres. The remainder of the
place, which lies 7 miles east of
La Crowe, is in summer fallow,
The consideration was 199.000.
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Mr. Banister sold 80 acres here to
the McBride-boys but retains his
leases and will remain some little
time in the Weston neighborhood.
When the annual pioneers,' picnic
m ncid at wort on saturtiay many
'a motoring trip to Portland, where 0 the old timers are going to bo Audience
Memorial fety at WesUa
Memorial Pay was very suitably
commemorated at Weston, in the
afternoon the following program of
exercises was given at High School
auditorium, where J. W. Porter,
president of the commercial club,
Prayer-Rev. E. F. Wriggle.
Victory Song Twenty school
Duet-"The Vacant Chair"- Lrla
G. Sating, Lois Porter.
Address Rev. Alrfed Lock wo. x
Blessed Be the Tie that Hindu-
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ICASH MARKET .
v FRESH MEATS
OF ALL KINDS
1 1 HIGHEST CASH
f PRICES PAH)
HIDES. PELTS. &c.
HOMER I. WATTS
Practice! in all State and Odor
I Liberty Bonds I
An absolutely aaf inveet
nmnt. If you have money to in
vent, buy Liberty Bonda from ua.
If you tell Liberty Honda, sell
to ua. ,
We buy and sell Liberty Bonda.
Any denomination $50 $100
he will attend the Rose Festival
Herman will be accompanied home
by his brother Emery, who has
been under treatment at Portland
and is rcKrtcd to be improving.
Sheepmen have been driving their
herdit acraea the mountains to Lh
I'almer Lumber company c miner roinff. haa vott-d to
m-ound. However, anowdrita near nnu' Picmc ,n
Toll Gate have held up their supply
teams, and they have been com
pel led to pack across the obstruction.
Reports from Montana cay that
the region in which large invest-
surprised at the large attendance
from Pendleton, says the East Ore
gonian. There will be ieore of
ladies present from this city, and
here la the,, reason: The recently
formed Pioneer Ladies' club, with
a membership of 103 and still
the prospects of the increased at
tendance from the county seat.
Accompanied by their respective
families, Larkin. Stsirgs of Enter
prise, Oregon, and Ira Staggs of
Keating, Oregon, are visiting at the
menu were made by Umatilla coun- their mother, Mrs. E. W.
Acnuica, ana win remain until alter
the reunion. It is expected that
the family gathering will soon bo
swelled by the arrival of Mr. and
ty people was recently vwitcd by a
destructive wind and hail storm.
Young grain was badly damaged,
and barns and houses in come in
stances were blown from their
Remarks Lieutenant Curran M-
Fadden. ' ' . .
Mr. Lockwto 1 gave an especially
thoughtful and interesting addrew,
in keeping with the oteasion. The
decorations were tasteful and bt-au-tiful,
this feature being the work
of a committee contifting of Mrs.
8. J. Cutley. Mrs. C. fl. Smith and
Mrs. J. W. Porter, The Blue and
the Gray were represented on the
platform by C. F. Rulflnch and Al
len Richal, union veterans, and G,
W. Craigen and W. II. Urathe, con
federate vettrans of the civil war.
The Weston Concert Band played
on Main stie.-t square prior to tHo,
exercises, and a wjuad of young ex
soldiers stood at salute under the
command of Lieutenant McFadden
Mrs. Clyde Staggs, Mr. and" Mrs. ,wh,u 3r l,cd T!!
: Improved and Un
.? improved. i
Also wheat lands and acre-'
age tracts anywhere In
the Inland Empire.
W. R. . TOMPKINS
111 First St., Wslls Wslls.
to sell your
it is salable
Do you want
. I CAN SELL IT
Hospital at corner of Main
and Broad streets.
Flione Main 253
v on COAL.
by buying at Summer
P. T. HARBOUR
no picnic is complete wiuiout a
carrousel,, carryuasall, merry-go-round
or whatever you like to call
it. So there was general rejoicing
here among the younger population
with the arrival this week of Tave
Mcintosh and his outfit of dashing
The Memorial Hall yard was
cleared this week by willing vol
unteers, beaded by President Watts,
preparatory to grading. The brick
foundation has been, constructed,
and everything is in readiness for
the metamorphosis of the super
structure, which will be changed
completely in appearance. The bid
of the' Walla Walla Lumber com
pany, which submitted a most, at
tractive plan, .has been accepted
for ths work. '
Farmers generally are hoping'
that the pioneers' reunion will be
true to its record and bring a good,
soaking rain. The lack of mois
ture is beginning to be felt
throughout the wheat belt. The
East Oregonian reports that "with
a total fall of .50 inches the precip
itation for May lacks -.96 inches of
reaching the normal." . It
most as dry a May as. that
was rendered. Soldiers and band
then marched to the auditorium.
In the forenoon graves in the
thr-M WmtiAn fnrtmlma mm tjw.
Beginning Monday evening, June orated. The well-kept appearance
Ralph Staggs and George Staggs,
t v .. . who has been attending Washing
JS. T?JZJS2fr Ste College at Pullman.
9, a series of meetings will be held
in the United Brethren church, un
der the direction of Rev. J. II. Pat
terson. Mr. Patterson is chairman
of the evangelistic work of the
United Brethren Church and comes
here under the direction of. the
Home Missionary Board. Says, the
pastor: "He comes well reaom
mended, and everyone is invited to
hear Rev. Patterson and take part
in the meetings."
' J. H. Padberg is here from Mor
row county to see what the pioneers
are doing. . While Morrow county
crops are not yet suffering much, -Mr.
Padberg says that rain will be
very welcome. Grain on the south
and west slopes " Is turning a bit
brown, while that on the north
slopes as yet shows no sign of
For Sa!e--AII kinds of Imple
ments usually found -on a farm,
several milk cows, horses, etc.
Also fine player piano at a bargain.
See A. W. Lundell.
The Weston Transfer Cn U tn.
,"; stalling a set of wagon scales in
Of last front of its ftt&re of liimi
of the cemeteries now cared for
by W. H. Gould occasioned much
, A 80-acre tract known as "Cher
ryvale Farm" near Ballou station
below Milton has been sold to a
California family for $25,000.
was Water street.
year, when the precipitation
1.03 inches below normal.
Grasshoppers were a destructive ' The demand for farm hiln aiill
agency last year in the upland dis- exceeds the supply that is available
tricts near Weston, and evidently at this time, says the weekly hut.
left large and hungry families. An letin, issued from Portland, of th
army of young 'hoppers is reported United States Department of Later,
to be taking a strip several hun- There are several calls this week
dred yards wide through the fields for milkers at wanes ranelnir from
and gardens of Reed and Hawley $75 to $100 per month, with room
mountain, and reports of an unwel- and board "for experienced men.
come visitation come from Weston. While no calls have yet been re
mountain also. President Porter of ceived for workers in the harvcxt
the Weston Commercial club has fields, the cutting of alfalfa Is just
written to. Oregon Agricultural beginning in the esstern Dart of tho
College for advice, and meanwhile state and haying in the Willamette
upland farmers are using such valley will be In full swing In about
means as they rind available to ten days from today with wages
fight the little pests. ranging from $3 to $5 per day.
: SUS2208S '
In the Circuit Court of the Stata of
Oregon for Umatilla County.
Myrtle May Raid, Plaintiff, vs. Thomas
Richard RU Oafindant.
To Thomas Richard ttsld. dofendsnt
' above named:
In the' Nam of the Stata of Oregon.
You art hereby required to appear ana
answer the complaint of tha plaint
iff filed against you in the above
entitled court snd csuse within six
wkt of the data of the flrat
publication of this summons, to-wU:
on or before Friday, the 11th day
of July, 1919; and you will take no-
tics that If you fail to appear and
answer aaid complaint or otherwise
led thereto within said time, tha
plaintiff for want thereof will apply
to the Court for the relief prayed for
in her aaid complaint, namely, for a
decree of the Court forever dissolving
the bonds of matrimony now existing
between plaintiff and defendant and
for other etuitsble relief.
This summons Is published pursuant '
to an ordor mwda herein on the 2th
(lay of May, 1919. by Honorable Gil-
bert W, Fheh. Judire of the above
entitled eourt. The flrat publication of
thia anmmoRS will be made on the 30th
day of May. 1919, and the last publlca
tlon on the aaid 11th day of July. 1919,
and publication will be made for six
consecutive weeks in the Weaton Lead
er newapaper published at Weston,
UmsHila County, Oregon,
bated this the 27th day of May, 1919.
Peterson, Bibhof k Clark,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Residence and poet-office sddreas:
W. M. Urioa 0. H. ilthes
Peterson & DJshop
Pendleton, Or. . Frecwater, Or.