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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1919)
PAY ANO SAYE COSTS
The books, notes and so
counts of the Arm of It,
Lieuallen & Son have been
assigned to me, and. I wish
to give notice to all who are
indebted to said flqn that all
such obligations are imme
diately due and collectible.'
Those owing R. Lieuallen &
Son will best serve their
own interests by paying me
at once and saving costs.
Weston, Ore., Oct 3, 1910.
JOS. S. LIEU ALLEN.
!i CASir r.TARKET
Standard Theatn Program
The next four programs offered at
the Standard Thea.tr are exccp
tkmally strong ones and all four
come at the regular price of admis
sion. On tomorrow (Saturday) night
Dill Hart will be seen in on of his
very best screen productions, "The
Narrow Trail." Artcraft haa left
nothing undone to make this picture
one of the bet in the Hart rcper-
toire. The photography Is unsur- nntmiM nam
iw.-w.-d and with the Stanilnrd's X rjdlfcj Ytw)
raasua iigm intuii hiwh rvnuus
are assured. "Fatty Out.Wcst" is
the comedy offered.
- Sunday , October 5 lXrothy
Dalton, "Paramount-Artcraft Girl,"
will be scn in "Price Mark."
loathe Weekly News and L-Ko com
Mr. Susan Tucker has returned
from a visit with relatives in Walla
. Watla. -
Mrs. J. Hsrl Williams and Mrs.
F. D. Watts were Walla Walla vis
itors last Friday.
Mrs, I It. Van Winkle spent Sat
urday with her daughter, Miss Ger
trude, who is s student at Whitman
Miss Villa Greer, a student at
Whitman College, ent the week
end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. .
Frank Greer. Lwit -n mSMr ovcr the ,nlam,
Mrs. James Kirkatrick and Mrs. Empire was the extraordinary
R. G. Blomgrcn returned last weed periencc that befell E.
from Ontino. Idaho, where iney the Tru-Blu biscuit
visited relatives. Powell Francis, aviator
The tantalizing prosect of fried Krause was to visit a number of Nazimova will appear in one of the
chicken and roast goose lured Mrs. P"inta fcy airplane on an advertising greatest pictures ever filmed, "Out
James E. McDaniel from Athena to trip. Starting from Garfield on of the Fog." a big seven-reel
. .nf.in ,m.K for tkn w.W September US. the machine was feature at regular prices. Also
cnjt sailing at an alitiude of 2500 feet
. when it ran into a dust storm that
Miss Lillian Jennings of Galax. shut out th ground from view.
Virginia, is visiting at the farm of Xhe piot hvt his WHV( anj Hhen
her cousirf. J. N. York. Miss Jen- mAmg was finally made in Garfield
nings will attend Columbia college the maohine ony had sufficient gas
at Milton, ' 0linc to run it five minutes longer.
Thomas iiargis ox neniucxy pur- q prn
chased zu acres unaer ine neion,
Washington, ditch from W. H.
OF ALL KINDS
HIDES, TELTS. &C.
! I'hono vour drnv orders. 8 X
T :t nr mil nt storo.
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Davis & Ellis i.
A. IV. LIU
and Real Estate
life health fire
raordinary ex- Tuesday, October 7 June FJvigc &&H&4&i!H$HftH$Hb4$H&
R. Krause of in "Joan of the Woods." Charlie
comany and Chaplin in "A Night in the Show." T m m mm ypv
iviator. Mr. Thursday, October 9-Peerless ? K If VT Hi IC vT
Do you want to sell your
property T If it Is salable
I CAN SELL IT
Luke and Pa the Review.
She Saw the President
Miss Fit her Williuins, who is at
tending Mills College, writes to
her parents as follows:
"Writ, now 1 Min satisfied. I
came hurrying .rottos President Wilson. Mills
through town last Saturday with College escorted him up to Hotel
civtnn hnil rvf fimt sKswm mntnin. I ... .
Johnson for $25,000. The vendor in hilt npw FopH , hv. " "1"' ... T ' . ,u
the land in 1910 at $110 an day8 these ruminant aninial!j he AUj anJ gM of
were driven over hot dusty roads 1a..h eis was selected to Dre.nt
Word has been received from when a change in location was de- president and Mrs. Wilson with bas
Miss Nellie Workman, formerly a sired, but the modern-wool produc- yeis 0f flowers. The seniors carried
teacher in the Weston school, that era look with delight upon the land- wrCaths, the juniors baskets of
she has contracted for another year scape as it whizzes by while petrol flowers and the sophomores and
in the Sheridan, Wyoming, schools does the work. freshmen bouquets. Mr. Wilson is
that being her home city. yord has been received locally older than I expected him to look.
, The George Whitehouse farm from a sojourner in England who He is about as tall as daddy and O
near Starbuck. Washington, sold says the inhabitants of that country about such a built man as Dr. A
60.000 bushels of turkey red, l.y- are still rationed on butter and
brid and bluestem wheat for ap- cheese. Two ounces of butter per
nmrimntplv S ISO 000. Whitehouse week is allowed an individual:
had 3300 acres in wheat this year. When one enters a meat market he she would not stand up in the au
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Graham, for- "ftes n? f1"1 Kf IC' b" t0m
merly well known Weston resi- Ukes h? butcher hands w, -
dents, now located in Pendleton, ov'er and js thankful. . "In the Air"
have christened their wee daugh- The J. J. Beeler estate has pre- The peculiar atmospheric condi
ter Sylvan Undine. "Happy" says sented to H. Goodwin the large tion prevailing last Saturday morn
it's great to play the role of a dot- clock hanging in the City drug ing provoked considerable local
ing father. store. For many years the late speculation as to the probable cause
John Beeler occupied a jeweler s thereof. The foll(jing obse
bench in this shop and the time- tions were noted :
piece win oc a nuing memorial 01 Man-Aoout-iown what s in
a faithful and conscientious work- the air? Fine snow? Haven't you
will soon be opened
Arthur H. Chapman, son of Mrs.
J. D. Hargett of Athena, died Sep
tember 27 at Pendleton at the age
of 27 years. The funeral services
Carpenters, painters and decorators are making
things hum, and soon all will be in readiness for the
big opening event.
Keep in mind the fact that this will be an occa-
JS ".iibKhfi1 sion well worth while and you will want to appear &
J.'tlSS'lS.SiSSi in your very best. Prepare now for that new coat,
gown and hat, or the suit for Dad or the boys. You
will feel much more comfortable in that brilliantly- $
lighted and attractive hall if you feel yourself cor-
. .. ii im ri .
were conducted at tne cnrisiian
church in Athena Monday by Rev.
W. S. Payne of this city.
Testimony was taken Monday at
Dayton, Washington, in the case of
J. F. Snider vs. Allen Garnett suit
for mortgage foreclosure on a tract
of land along the Snake river.
Clarence Rexroad of Roseburg and
a number of Weston people were
present as witnesses.
Contractor Ash worth has com
pleted the building of a five-room
bungalow on his acreage east of
town. A concrete basement and
milk house are among the conven-
noticed how cold it is? Probably
up on the mountain there is a big
The Butcher "How foggy it is!
A regular chilly winter fog."
Cliff Culley "I don't think this
is fog. It's smoke; can't you smell
"Doe" O'Ffnrra "Tin. ir is fill.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prendergast with dust, you bet you; just
of Seattle were visitors in Weston rnmnmn ..rrfinnrv ..1.1 ilnsi "
Signs of an early winter continue
to multiply. The absence of an
equinoctial storm, the falling of
horse-chestnuts before a killing
frost and the arrival of chickadees
are omens which the weather wise
say cannot be disregarded.
I Coats for Women, Misses and Children I
last week at the home of Mrs. fcrrna
Davidson. Mrs. Davidsop and
daughter returned with them to
, Seattle to spend a week or more in
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Johnson of
Fairview Farm were visitors this
All of which tends to demon
strate that as a man thinketh in
his heart, so is it. The freak storm
baffled western Oregon folk as
lent features. When painted the fairview farm were visitors this etamuet Taylor of Eugene, past oe
improvement will have cost in the week in Pendleton, it being R. F.'s partmcnt commander ot the Grand
nieghborhood of $1500. first trip to the county seat in a Army of the Republic, and for four
The W. L. Rayborns are rejoic- twelve-month. terms county treasurer of Lane coun-
ing over the acquisition of a fine C. R. Culley and family have re- ty- ws lec,ed board of con
new Packard oiano which last week turned from southern Idaho, and trol t0 succeed James P. Sbaw, who
made its appearance in their home have occupied the Price Bros, ranch
on Normal Heights. Miss Pauline on Dry creek.
Ravborn has already entered UDon er. Indicative of the rapid growth of
musical studies under the direction
of Mrs. Lilian Fredericks.
Just received direct
from the factory a
ment of the famous
Be sure to see them
before placing your
resigned, as commandant of the
farmed by his broth- dlers' home ' Roeburg.
..I... fcugene la the statement the nuperln-
Some neat gold window sign writ- t.. ,,, . , ... .
ing and general sign work has been partroenti mtd0t ,08t ne.ry 300 mord
W "y persons were billed
Koy nnoorn oi rendition.
persons were billed on September I,
1919, for electric service than on Sep
tember 1 on any previous year sines
the municipal plant was built.
The dusty rain storm of Saturday
morning mystified Portland folks. Tbe
combination of dust and water de
scended gently for a couple of hours
before noon and came back with a
trace In tbe afternoon. It was noticed
enerallv all over VnrtlnnH mil nun
Matt Vanderpool returned Wed- .nriiiv in th win... rfi.t,i.
nesday from Portland, accompanied was also sotlceable at "points along
by his wife, who has been visiting the Columbia river highway.
there. nnmn famltUa mra hln M tT
Bundled wheat hay, near Athe- 236,720 In war risk Insurance claims
na, for sale. L. V. Warner, 333 "y uncle Bam to those whose sons
We are fortunate to have contracted for our coats early; and now when
houses are failing to make delivery we have a beautiful line of the season's
newest models in the rich plushes, velours and serviceable cloths. For misses
we have the model just like the big sister wears-jmsessing all the style,,
beauty and service that in the larger coats charms the young girl and pleases
" MILLI3MERY 1
Our millinery has been the delight of our store and we are glad to show
it proud of the attractivexreations. Our customers are pleased also, and
the hats are going each day. Fortunately we have new ones coming to re
place them, so that the line is always full. The price is not so high. You can
pay thirty or forty dollars for a hat, if you wish; but you can get a pretty
one in the latest mode and made of the best material, for from $7.60 to
$15.00. In fact, the city stores .would ask you from $5.00 to $10.00 more.
Mrs. L.unan t-aay, wno resided in
Weston seven or eight years ago, is
visiting Mrs. Amy Van Skiver and
The daughter of Mrs. A. J. Sample
arrived Saturday from Portland to
make Weston her home during the
Whitman street, Walla Walla,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lane, late ar
rivals from La Grande, are located
in Weston for the winter.
Alva Wurzer is here from south
ern Idaho, where he lately became
J. Pluve favored Weston this
week with a rain both timely and
and husbands died In service during
the war. There are 828 Insurance
claims being paid In the atate through
tbe bureau of war risk insurance. Tbe
average policy carried 18740. Tbe
government Is paying 644 compensa
tion plaints to residents of Oregon.
In addition to these insurance and
compensation claims, there are 336 of
both classes of claims under Investigation.
(J. D. Whitman)
instruction in agriculture in eigm
high schools of Oregon was authorized
at a meeting of the state vocational
education board. Schools In which
this work will be carried on Include
those at Hood River, Cresbam, Milton
Preewater, McMInnvllle, Newberg, En
terprise, Estacad and Woodburn. In
troduction of the work In other schools
is contemplated and It Is expected that
12 to S Institutions will be In a posi
tion to give agricultural Instruction
this year. Last year there were only
four schools in Oregon baudllng this
Public night schools opened Mon
day in alx of Portland's school build
ings. Registration is The Dalles schools
surpasses that of last year by 211
An army retail store has been open
ed in Portland at Fourth and Tine
Trices at which cull apples, are sell
ing In Hood River are far above those
of former years.
Women workers In tbe Sheridan can
nery in some instances are earning aa
high ss 17 a dsy.. .
Warm, fluffy blankets a delayed shipment just in-very suggestive of
comfort these chilly nights. We have them in fancy, pretty patterns; pure
wool, dainty plaids in woolnap, snowy white ones, dark gray for real service
in either single or double; and the price is not so much higher than for the
last two years-in fact, no higher than last season, due to our careful buying.
There are still fifty suits for boys that we will
close out-at less than Che i cost of manufacture.
These must go, and you and the price will move
them. They are good style and the material very
serviceable. Your boy will look well dressed in one
of these and your pocketbook will be lightly taxed.
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