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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1919)
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room has been secured for th. rtas- iimm" I fl 11 I I Iff llf I L4r
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Eyl Ros has gon to Seattle.
ei in Horn llyglen
MUa Stasia P. Walsh, and no chargo Tno itxth m wvnth grades have
will be made for electric, light serv- n,,,!, . little aoelrty. The offi-
k-e. Interest ia Incrtasmf In thia nn rw.tcd were: Loul PovUr,
work anJ three classes have been -.i,ini . M.rl.ui (Vllara. vli-e'nivi-
''Walter Beanier haa returned from formed an adult clasa from M to W(?nt. stea York, secretary; Bor-
Albcrta. 8: "d VfrX Thursday afternoon. tht farmer, treaiurer. Their wvt
. . ,..,,. c, vkh. followed y High School Gills' wwtlnjt wil b held Friday urul
Turkey, ar. wanted at St. Nn; fn)m 3.s0 , j.. ,nd ,n ty. wj( fvf B Tw qu.
oli Hotel. Athena. flM BlwU fri,m 7 t0 0 h; BMolvea Th,t h0 M. Mrv,
James 11. PiUis is recovering from About sixty members hay. born en- mor beneficial to the farmers tiian
his recent atack of pleurisy. rolled for th. Instruction. automobiles." '
Dr. F. D. Watts returned Mon luy M ,h canpJ mw.tinjr Monday ev- The fourth rrade is busi'y engaged
from a short business trio to PrAkmie. . . Memori,i h.h Association in making pilgrim picture, for th.
. . . t ft hut nwuii.
has a position in it was decided to conduct motion pic- innSKi' .........
in th hall as an associa- in. siimuiw Mu. ........
Volunteering members will lifted and Kugen and Ardl Lueas
take turna in th. management, and are heartily welcomed back to Mgn
a janitor and operator will be regu- school. Joe and Katherino are also
Uriv rrxnloved. Rv a decisive vot. welcomed in th. grade rooms.
Rulon Smith has a
th. I'raxicr book ator. at Tendleton. turea
Ben WalJen has been receiving tfn
treatment in St. Anthony's hospital
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Young hav. : wax decided to charge th pre- Mrs. John York was a whool visit
returned from Frecwatcr to mak vailinr prices of admission to mem- or thia week
hir horn. here. Kr u well as others until th hall The freshmen held a clan meeting
i. fiiiiv muiiincKi with modern thea- and chos Pink and givn (or inrir
colors. A combination oi colors
Koino. wnt kv iho frvslimen. main
A quilting party was held at th. , . . d ., -ni whit
Earl Dudley was over Monday from home of Mrs. . H. Could, wedne.- Mnny girll wn Bre attending tho
Helix. He has finished seeding and day, the worm oemg oonc lor ine wn- R(f, ci.S!,Mt are reecivin: Kreat
and Real Estate
LIFK HEALTH FIUE
Do you want
fCAN SELL IT
to sell your
it is unlnMo
rhono your dray ortlors,
93, or call nt store.
HIGHEST CASH '
HIDES, PELTS, Ac.
Davis & Ellis pi hass&sauer
OF ALL KINDS
Dr mnA Ura. P. B. Prim, and son
of Hermiston, were Sunday guests of ter chairs.
Dr. and Mrs. Bonnet
was in cheerful mood.
George Waliien and bride, former-
Mrs. llurrocks. are leaving soon
efit of the Missionary Society of the
M. E. Church, South. Thnae attend
ing were: Mcsdames Ccorg. eblt,
able in th. freshman room. jt
benefit. This is particularly notice-
ly Mrs. Uorrocks. are leaving soon - - B.vho!' .ltio "" , j . A
for PorUand where they hav. bought j!. M Y
residence property. cr"oon- . ,. V
tess. . fhe boys were very enthusiastic
educed Resaruless i
"We do not want to miss a single
cooy of the Leader." writes M. J
Mrs. Elvira Reynolds left today for about basketball, inia is snowi oy
Connell. Washington, where she will the fsct that practically every Ky
NorDeau from Spokane in renewing fcy Robert fof a pf tho ent My h ue out for
his subscnpUoii. to cliforni jhey wln 8Ix.nj th. practice each day. Some of then.
E. E. Walden, in renewing his winter in Fresno, where Earl Reyn- have suffered nobly in the cause thus
Leader sub., write, quite a boost of 0id8 resides. fsr. The girls also hop to begin
Prescott, Washington, which u a Afternoon Club is
fast-growing burg. , tcUye,y ponlM)rinit , pubIic mar.
Landlord Froome announces that KCt for th afternoon and evening of
Thanksgiving, New Year and Christ- Noyember 22 at Memorial Hall. Th.
mas dinners will be served at St. proceeds will go to furnishing th hall
Nichols Hotel, Athena. kitchen.
Joe Lieuallen has received a call Miss Lola M. Montgomery of Weston
from the railroad administration to and Mr. Robert O. Mills of Athena
go to La Grande, where he will be were united in marriage November 11
employed as blacksmith in th. .hops, at Pendleton by Rev. W. R. Storms,
r !- i th., j Hn.Jo.nn Jack Calder has returned from a
practice very soon.
to go to Portland Friday
is conencted with the Oregon
Teachers' Association and
ed to be present at a business meet
Miss Rintoul's room was enjoying
the Edison last week
Mrs. Watts presented to tho first
and second grades a large hanging
basket of flowers which th. littl.
wijl soon herd sheep, having traded plumbing job in the Cold Spring neigh- fojk, appreciate very much.
the Weston mill property to J. A.
Lumsden for a band of "blanket
William M. Bybee of Camas, Wn.,
is visiting his mother, Mrs. Tiffany,
at the home of Rev. W. R. Storms.
Mr. Bybee is a prune orcbardist of
Otis Reynolds, formerly of Wes
ton, was united in marriage Novem
ber 8 at SUrbuck to Miss Clara By
ers. They' will reside on the Reyn
olds ranch near Connell.
Miss Eva OUarra has returned
from a visit to her sister at Spokane.
During her stay the two sisters went
up in an aeroplane, but were glad to
get back to terra firma.
L M. Kemp is doing well at farm
ing in the Calton, Washington,
neighborhood. Ira sends for the
Leader, in order to keep posted on
the doings of his former home town.
One hundred sixty-five members
were secured in the recent Red
Cross drive. Armistice Day marked
the close of the roll call, which was
set for national observance by Pres
ident Wilson. Not so much money
as members was what the organlza
tiondesired this year members who
would become inteersted in the wel
fare work of the Red Cross through
out America and in the relieving of
distress in certain war-torn coun
tries of Europe. ,
borhood. xj,e eighth grade wa. hostess to
Miss Ruby Price is attending a class th. freshmen at a Hallowe'en party
reunion at Pullman. Friday afternoon. Th. room wa. ap-
propriately decorated for the occa-
A commuulty Is not in dir. straits sion with black cats, witches and
when It Is bowling about a shortage of pumpkins. The time 'was spent 'in
suzar Instead of one of bread and meat
Under the search and selcur. law,
the once harmless, necessary yenst
cak. becomes Incriminating evidence.
What the world wants is Immediate
peace and stabilized Industry. It will
attend to the perfecting processes Itself.
playing games, and later popcorn
balls and apples were served.
The pupils of Miss Colvin's room
spent Friday afternoon in singing
and playing games. Th pupils had
much fun throwing peanuts at Miss
Mrs. Pinkerton's room won the at
tendance pennant this month.
The English classes of the high
school are having lessons in English
miners' slang. Today has been set
the war's. efTect of Increasing the
amount of history and geography to
For another tiling, the cost of llv.
Ing tends to discourage enrly rising.
Breakfast nowadays doesn't aniouut to aside for conducting the class without
much. using slang
. On a recent afternoon the senior
loung America aarsiy diwis over . Honhomn j,,. wa. ,he .no of
a peanut shower. The seniors and
sophomores began to bombard the
teachers with peanuts. The teachers
There are lots of plsns t. reduce th. declare that more peanuta were in
cost of living, but somehow none of evidenea than they had ever seen be-
(hem seems to work so well as th. fore After much throwing and eat-
profHcers' plans. ing the boys got brooms, dustpans
anj containers to clean up. Then
Khark's ment is pronounced very aj proceeied to the gymnasium and
pnlutnble. Here "Is a chance for en- t tf)e tjme ,n playin(f bMket bI!
terprMng flaherrnen to help reduce the gamcg
high cost v'ne- Maynard Jones has been elected ed-
A woman's msgalne say. 'milady, "or in chief and Jessie Davis busi-
to be fnRlilonnble. must now liaTe four ness manager of a sehool annual,
hats a year, so maybe that Is what Paul Hopkins has entered high
alls Carra nza's disposition. school as a freshman.
It is the custom of this store to always show
the newest and best of the season's offerings. This
makes it necessary for us to move our stock of
rn,it.s. millinerv. etc.. each season. We find this fall
:fgh"poHo $ that our stock is heavier than we wish and we shall
S sell the remaining garments at a surprising reduc- S
ness meet- i "TM. -viim vaa
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strictly high-class and the prices are iar less man
city stores are asking. The offering we make is one
that should attract economical buyers. If you had
thought of making your old coat do this season, you
will find you can buy more cheaply than earlier and
decide, after all, to have the coat you wanted.
All $55.00 coats and over now $45.00
All $45 and $50 coats now $37.50
All $40 coats now $32.50
All $35 coats now $27.50
All $25 coats now $19.50
All children's coats, for one week only, at one
fifth or 20 percent less. This applies to every
X child's coat in the house.
Having just added new
machinery , to our auto
we are now prepared to
do all kinds of auto
and dispatch. A large
assortment of PLATE
GLASSES on display
at prices to suit the
Also leaders in home-made
harness and saddles.
I Repairing of all kinds neat
ly and promptly done.
SCHOOL DISTRICT BUDGET.
To the Clerk of School District No. 19, Weston, Umatilla County, Oregon:
Folowing is a statement of the estimated amount of money needed by
the district during the fiscal year beginning on June, 20, 1919, and ending
on June SO, IWZU. Jhis DUUget is maoe in compliance wim ocvuun in ui
ne IM Millinery Special f
For one week we will sell any hat in the house
at one-third less. Our customers know that our mil-
linprv hns hppn flip nridp. of our store. Beautiful &
HiiVi T A aVw V a. vw I- " -
on June zup jyzu. inis Duugei is mauc in L-uiupiiauw wiw owwh i - - - l i 1 1
Kthr. new creations of the latest shapes and styles, be- X
f comingly designed, elegant, dignified. A splendid g
assortment, including a new shipment just m.
other monevs of the district:
Teachers' salaries $10,600.00
Apparatus and supplies, such as maps, chalk, erasers, stoves, cur
tains, etc 200.00
Repairs of schoolhouses, outbuildings or fences 250.00
Janitor's wages i.vvv.vv
Janitors supplies v
Postage and stationery
Interest on bonds and warrants
(J. D. Whitman)
! Milton - Ore Hon
Total estimated amount of money- t?rbe expended for all purposes
during the year $13,571.00
. Estimated Receipts.
From county school 'fund during the coming school year $ 2,431.00
From state school fund during the coming school year 4'W.21
! Cash now in the hands of the district clerk 298.82
Estimated amount to be received from all other sources during the
coming school year 439.35
Total estimated receipts, not including the money to be received
from the tax which it is proposed to vote $ 4,085 37
Total estimated expenses for the year $13,871.00
local estimated receipts, not lnciuaing tne tax to no votea, ,uo.i i
Balance, amount to be raised by district tax $ 9,485.63 J
fl. - . W 4 1 r I 1 1L!. ! A 1. .I.-.. 1L. fmf
amount raised by special school district tax in the year immediate!
ing this, plus six per cent. It is necessary to raise this additions
by special levy for the following reasons:
Because of the general advance n prices and the raise in tcacheri
les, we have been compelled to raise the levy. "
Dated this 10th day of November, 1919.
J. M. BANISTER. A
Board of Directors School District No. 19. VW
All $12 hats now $8.00
AU$8 hats now $5.25
All $6.00 hats now $4.00 ...
This special includes all "tarns," misses' and
Two lots of Men's Hats at ONE-HALF
the regular price .
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