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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1919)
4t Wrmimmimw irmrarcn i g
OF ALL KINDS
ii HIGHEST CASH
!; PRICES PAD
HIDES, PELTS, &c.
HASS & SAUER
II General Insurance
and Real Estate
Phone your dray orders,
93, or call at store.
1 Davis & Ellis
LIFE HEALTH FIRE
to sell your
it is salable
Do you want
I CAN SELL IT
for only 93c.
We have gone over the stock and selected hats
that sold for up to $5.00, placed them on sale tables
for only. 98c. If you have failed to find the hat you
want, do not overlook this opportunity to secure a
pretty, late-style trimmed hat cheaper than the cost
of the frame.
A HEW SHIPMENT OF CORSETS
that have been delayed, compris
ing the much wanted models of
THE WARNER MAKE
It will be a pleasure to show these
and be of service to you in supply
ing your needs.
LADIES' COATS-About one dozen pretty
spring coats remain all splendid materials, snappy
styles. We will not carry them over. If you have
delayed getting a spring coat you cannot miss this opportunity to secure a
very attractive garment at' about one-third the former price.
There is an Arrow shirt for every
man everywhere. A shirt that
is as well made as fifty years
experience can suggest.
Mr. R. G. Saling loft Sunday fur
week's visit at Irtland.
Wanted Buiek or Dodge road
utor. Liberty Auto Co., Weston,
Mrs. C. W. Avery and little
daughter are visiting relatives in
; Mrs. Eva McVry of Goldondalc,
Wash., is visiting her sister, Mrs.
A. W. Lundell.
Mrs. C. M. Schneider has re
turned to her home in the uplands
from Washtucna. Wash.
Mrs. Harry Shick has gone to
Forest drove to visit her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. James Ritchey.
Irster Carlito left Sunday on his
return home to Hood River, taking
with him a little picnic money.
Miss Helen Keller left Wednesday
for Morrow county to visit at the
respective homos of A. L. IXnigtaa
and R. W. Brown.
Frank Greer is back on the farm
again, having so far recovered as to
be able to return home Sunday
from St. Mary's hospital.
E. M. Smith returned Sunday
morning from Portland, where ho
attended the Masonic grand lodge
and the bankers' convention.
Mrs. D. F. Lavender and daugh
ter, Miss Anna, have been attend
ing the Rose Carnival at Portland
and visiting Miss Josic lavender.
Dr. N. P. Rennet has returned
from Portland and is again on duty wcre Mrs. F. D
at his dental office. Mrs. Bennct p, Mrs. J. C,
remained in Portland, wncro sne is
visiting her parents.
At a recent meeting the votex
of district No. 49 on Weston moun
tain elected the following directors:
Albert Gould. Charles May and Will
Hall. Mrs. Roy Hyatt was chosen
In the race against time and free-for-all
picnic week at Weston for
six-cylinder cars, the Hudson Super
won easily both daystaking a
standing start at the fountain and
going up the hill to the east.
.. By order of the president, the
Weston Commercial club will meet
next Monday evening at eight
o'clock at Masonic hall. The road
question-will come up for discus
sion. A full attendance is desired.
Mrs. J. H. Williams returned Sat
urday evening from Portland, ac
companied by Ermna and Eldon
Mclntrye. Gail Williams will re
main in Portland until July. iking
dramatic art instruction under Mrs.
Herbert Garr Read.
Harness and Saddles of the
Special orders given prompt
If it is made of leather we
can make it.
Auto tops and side curtains
made to order.
(J. D. Whitman) Milton. Or.
All Saints' Guild held its June
meeting at the home of Mrs. C. H.
Smith. Eleven memlHTsand seven wwiuinK of Sergeant Elmer
guests were present. The guests - . of mwlietl of
U7 W -
the ninety-flrst division, and Mum
Watts. Mrs. W. S.
Price, Mrs. E. O.
DeMosa. Mrs. Will NorDcan. Mrs.
H. Goodwin. Miss E. Fay Warren.
Mrs. R. G. Saling entertained the
ladies with several delightlu) solos,
Mrs. Watts playing her accompan
iments. The ladies had the pleas
ure of looking at many views from
overseas that had been sent home by
Captain Smith. Cake and ice cream
Marjorio Bulflnch of this city, was
solemnized at the homo of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
tulflnoh. on Tuesday afternoon at
four o'clock. "
The ring service was impressively
performed by the Rev. Dr. Patter
son of Ohio.
The bride was beautifully gowned
in white georgette ere: and wore
were servM ny ine mwiee. a eu , veil of .Igian lace and a scarf
uy Mrs. enng. ine nexi n eeim i)POU(.ht tnsm P.r. bv the
Site carried a bouquet of
The bridegroom wore the
turn army uniform.
The list of guests included
will be held at the home of Mrs. E.
M. Warren the second Thursday
afternoon in July.
Concerted action for the destruct
ion of grasshoppers was taken Mon- The list of guests included Dr.
day evening at a meeting of Weston and Mrs. M. Stiles, Mr. and Mrs.
upland farmer at the lower school L. M. Funk and Misa Virginia
house. Apian of campaign was Funk of Walla Walla; Mr. and Mrs.
outlined for the ermancnt crad- Ralph Tucker; Mrs. Susan Tucker,
ication of the grasshopper pest, mother of the groom; Mrs. I. E.
For the immediate fight against the Saling, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Saling
young 'hoppers in the uplands, a and daughter Lois, Mr. and Mrs.
supply of poison was ordered. Hugh Walker of Wasco, Miss Dor
These are said to be disappearing othy Bulflnch, and the bride's pa
Mr. and Mrs. !l. Waddingham ,The bride Cheney Normal
returned yesterday from their visit fte..AS
Angus M. Gillis. Adams county with relatives in South Dakota. ' " "--. "h
armor, and J. M. Crawford of Wal- Nebraska and Iowa. Mr. Wadding- I
la Walla were in town the other ham found low. greatly changed ai iS TftSS
day on their return from Morrow lJ&tot Z'.Zll"" C H?
county, iney report ui vn o, ,.,.. Smith in rendering first aid in
unprecedented ncignis. one iowa - . n,..,
farm having lately sold for $400 the Argon ne wood and at .Chateau
flrd U Wa8' h0WtVe, h,Kh,y Mrnd Mrs. Tucker, after a
improved. brief weddins journey( wi jve
Mrs. N. H. Nelson was at Her- near Weston, and unnumbered (rood
wishes from their host of friends
are with them.
Hemwer country was lately fa
vored by a real good rain.
Mrs. C. H. Smith leaves today
for Mulberry Grove, Illinois, to
visit with relatives of Captain
Smith until the latter's arrival.
Mrs. Smith may go to New York
City to greet her husband upon his
return from across the seas.
While shoeing a horse Saturday
at the Smiley & Peak blacksmith
shop, George Peak, sustained a pain
ful injury to his foot. The horse
miston this week, visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Nellie Phelps. She
was accompanied by her elder
daughter, Mrs. Anna Warner, and
Mr. J. S. Licuallen and daugh
ter Kathryn have gone to Rieth,
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Weston spent Wednesday on the
Umatilla river, and report that
trout were not biting well that day.
In one car were Sim Culley, Jim
Price and Frank Price; in the oth
er, Sim Barnes, "Poss" Barnes and
They have our sym-
Annual School Mating
At the annual school meeting
Monday G. W. Stagga was elected
to succeed himself as director, and
Frank Price waa again chosen for
the district clerkship.
The clerk's report showed the
Ld Sebasky were among the artil- Cash on hand at last meeting,
from lery soldiers from this county who $868.10: district tax. $6118.71:
Oregon, where Mr. Lieuallen con-
became frightened at the gas en- ducts the government blacksmith
gine, and in plunging around came shop, to remain during the summer,
down upon Mr. Peak's foot in a Huurh Taylor. Guy Johnson and
manner not at an ut-iignuui.
Two automobile parties
Portland. She was accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Price.Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. Price and Mr. and Mrs.
Claud Price. ,
Dr. J. C. Baddclef has bought 440
acres of good land on Weston
mountain from 'Dr. M. C. Kern of
Pendleton for a consideration of
$20,000. The Kern holdings have
been farmed by Bert Piresol, and
Dr. Baddeley takes over the Piersol
crop in the deal. Mr. Piersol goes
to Malheur emintv. where he has
lUlllll leased the Jinks Taylor ranch.
have lately landed In New York
The ladies of the Methodist
Church announce a cooked food
sale for tomorrow Saturday at
tho store of the Weston Mercan
Than Watfai A Pncrnra hnrAwar
J. E. Scrimsher and family mo-and jnipement establishment at
tored Sunday to their Holdman Weston was taken over this week
ranch. Mr. Scrimsher found Hold- by tne new owner6 Joncs &. jonog,
man wheat to be plump and well
headed, with good prospects of a Peter Narkaus and Abe Abraham-thirty-bushel
yield. Grain is far- son sold a small bunch of bec' c,at
arivonrpH thiin in the Weston tie this week to the Athena market
neighborhood, and haying is already ven " eight cents
in progress. Mr. and Mrs. C.
Mrs. Z. C. Price went to Walla tored to the
WaII Mondsv to attend the funeral 'or an outing.
of her nephew, the late Lieutenant Mr. and Mrs. Allert Gould are
W. R. Hutchinson of the army leaving soon to visit relatives
aviation service, whose tragic death at Enterprise,
while flyhur occurred recently at
county school fund, $2413; state
school fund, $460.20; county high
school fund, $880.35; all other
sources, $98.60; total, $10,871.96.
Teachers' salaries, $8409; fuel
and supplies, $882.74; repairs and
Improvements, janitor hire, etc.,
$989.61; interest on warrants,
$58.49; clerk's salary, $75; other
purposes, $158.04; cash on 'hand,
$298.82; total, $10,871.96.
Much satisfaction is felt over the
fact that an excellent school was
maintained with a levy of 9.4 mills
as against a levy of 7.5 mills four
II Nelson mo. y.ear 0' " .P0'" OUt that
Umatilla vesterdav tne C08t 01 """"wining a good
Umatilla yesterday schoo, t Wwton h fcy flo mnnt u
heavy as might be expected under
The Weston district employs one
man teacher at a salary of $170 per
month, and eight women teachers at
an average salary of $91.87) each.
Th. Portland extension division of
the University ot Oregon will open Its
summer school June 23 and continue
until August t Courses will be given
In ethics, drswlng, music, biology, phy
sics, public spesklng, education, liter
ature, French, Bpsnlih and psychology.
President Kerr of Oregon agricul
tural college was the orator at the
flag day exercises st the McMlnnvllls
auditorium under the auspices ot Mc
Mlnnrlll. lodge ef Elks, following a
parade, In which the Elks, Oddfellows
and other organisations participated.
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