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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 26, 1919)
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ME AC HAM WOOD
(Fir and Tamarack)
Your ortlcra promptly filled - at right prices.
Phone Nos. 93 and 272.
GILBERT ELLIS, Manager
U, Mayor Banister ami Clark Wod
bt WmU. Bwttet and Jay mukk
w aiMouraeu y rayani a orenen
ra jef Weston, and wai heard with
fht tig rcrvinuninl wa held tn
III 'auditorium of the M-hool build
Mr. and Mr.. Don Bennett are her ng ,lmJy tot tne purpote,
from Wyoming for holiday vlit Th rtulUti work exemplified by
with relative. , tht U,TO f Al Kindi temple under
MIm Jotle Lavender earn up from th direction of Master of Ceremon-
rortland thia week for a ChrliUnaa i Brill It aaid to have been highly
vlalt at home.. imprtisive. No lee than 65 tyro
Tha Albert Could family vlaited at crossed the burning aanda, Increasing
the W. II. Could home, over the tha temple's membership to 678.
Christmas holiday a. New officer were elected, hradi-d
The local aale of fled Cro. aeala b Charlca O'Neill of Prccott ax
conducted. under tha leadership of "o auceeed- Mr.
Mra. F. D. Walt a.nounWd to about Kn"ewi, k- "'' fl"1"
135.00. M deter attn('in
- 1 I Mill. I . .1.. ' M
Airi.-i.rair unsxcii i in mo cuy
from Walla Walla for visit at the
home of hrr parent, Mr, and Mr.
Profriaor F. C Fitipatrick motor
ed to Walla Walla Saturday and rep
resented Weston upon the crowded
thoroughfare of that city. M
American Lesion Post Dances
One of the most brilliant and on
joyable dance ever given in Athena
wa that sponsored at the oprra
house in Athena Christmas F.ve by
Athrna-Wrston poet of the American
'The hall wa beautifully decorated
'We Advise the Public
that The Weston Mills, with new
management, continues the motto: "We
Serve to Suit."
Rolling -. Grinding - Cleaning
Hay, Rolled Barley, Oats, Wheat and
Millfecds. Chicken Feeds, includ
ing Corn, Wheat, Scratch Food, Bone,
Shell, Grit, Meat Scraps and Egg Mash.
Try a Sack of our Popular Graham.
J. A. LUMSDEN , Proprietor
Mra. C II. Smith nv.p trnm
Athena Monday contemplating tha w. apiw or iu.e-
felicity of her former Unpeople l,,e '!. ihd w.th merry dam-
and radiating holiday cheer and hap- ""1 1u"" "f,, Pant . orchestra
neM wa an especially enjoyable feature.
. ... The pot will give a dance at We.
Mi MaUl Colvm oea to Haines, , Nw Vwr.g . M noth.r
Oregon, to Join the family circle and KOvd timc h , .micipated.
participate In the ceremony attend- Th, contntod iouM. mcliery room of
nig inc HicHing I'l ine vnrmimu
The grand mater of tha Odd Fel
low will visit Weston lodge at a
special meeting Saturday evening.
The initiatory degree will bo con
W. L. lUyborn brought down from evening. Commander C. II. Smith
tha mountain Saturday two fin presided and some thirty member
Christmas tree one for the M. E. w-r present. Preliminary imUp
Sunday school and one for tha Ceo. were taken, also, toward the organi
Winn household. cation of a woman' auxiliary to
Dr. and Mr. N. 1. Bennet plan to Athcna-Weston pot.
ahara in the genial social activitie
Jonr & Jonc store, from which the
machine will be temporarily re
moved, will bo utilized for thi occa
sion. The decision to hold the Weston
dunco wa reached at a meeting of
the post in Memorial hall Monday
Memorial Hall Shows
A GOLDVYIJ FEATURE
A Comedy-'DAD'S KROGKOuTHd
a Ford Weekly
IiEV YEAR'S RIGHT
FATTY AR6UCKLE and
ANIMAL SCFJIES PICTORIAL
which will assist in constituting the
charm of Merry Christmas at tho
horn of Portland relative.
Butter Wrap orders prompt
ly filled at tho Leader chop.
dles. We will trade
new saddles for old
Harness Oiled for
$1.00 per set.
In the Circuit Court of the Stat of
Oregon for Umatilla County.
Ireno C. Cuyot, Plaintiff, v. Ernest
B. Cuyot, Defendant.
To Ernest 15. Cuyot, Defendant
In the Name of the State of Or
egon, 1 ou are ncrt oy required to ap-
A Novel Sale
In thi issue of this paper The
Mr. Harry Warren wa. visiting in mdniti , ncw ,nd nove, fe,ture
e.ton Sunday from Pendleton, wHh theif bi iU)re ,t
where Mr. and Mr. Warren are now
miding. Harry lately proved up on The'fir,t ;ime; off originBl effort
hi homestead in Lake coVnty. cfcM up Mme other Qne
Frank Uvender U home front the ,ent by the use 0f The Bargain
fclgm country, where lie naa oeen Basement.
employed with tha aUte road locat- xhl advertisement announce
ors, to eat Chriatma turkey and Complete Cleaning Up of their
mince pie witn tha home folk. man, Department, from which they
Word haa been received from Mr. have taken all their Hold Over Car
and Mr. Fred Donovan to the effect ment and sent the whole thing
that they are now located at Rolyat. (178,000) to the Bargain Basement,
pear'and answer the complaint of the Crook county, Oregon, where they where their "Year End" or Clean-up
t.lBlntilT Med mrainst you in the heavily engaged in sheep raising. Sale wilt Uke place; and from what
above entitled suit within l week fonovan win oe remeniDerea as wc know in me past., mey win ciean
of the date of the first publication of Mis Gene Sapp, who formerly made up the whole lot in short order, for
thi summons, to-wit, on or Derore "
Friday, the 3d day of January, 1930; Weston had better luck than tome
and you wilt Uke notice that if you neighboring towns during tho flood
fail to so appear and answer a!d of water from the hillside. Friday
complaint or otherwise plead thereto and Saturday that followed tho chi-
wi thin said time, the plaintiff, for nook. City Marshal Avery busied
want thereof, will apply to the Court himself actively ' in keeping the
for the relief demanded in her said drains open and water wa kept out
complaint, namely for a decree of of the store basement. A few ccl-
tho Court dissolving the bonds of lars of resident about town wens
matrimony now and heretofore cx- flooded.
J. R. English is here on a Christ
mas trip from California, where lie
has for some tinio been employed ns
Our furniture can be relied
upon as being exactly what
we say it is. For every dollar
you pay us you get a dollar's
worth of goods and often more than a dol
lar's worth at the present market. We are
careful buyers, with quality ever our watch
word, and our patrons profit by the knowl
edge derived from our years of experience.
down in the Basement they sure
know how to Slash the Price. adv.
in the World
Tbe Fanners Bank of Weston
Istinir between plaintiff and defend
ant and for other equitable relief.
Thi summons Is published purwu
ant to an order made by Honorable povernment surveyor. John says it
Uiluert W. rneips, juoge or mo
above entitled Court, on the l?th day
of November, 1019; and tho ftrt pub
lication of thia summons will be
nimlo in the Weston Leader ncwapa
per published at Weston, Umatilla
County, Oregon, on Friday the 21st cou,,e f months.
clBV or wovemner, iwi'J. ine sum-
takes a good share of hi salary to
keep himself shod, because of ex
tremely rough going over mountain
rock. No matter how thickly stud
ded with nails, the ihoe soles of the
surveyors seldom last longer than a
John has been
visiting relatives at Weston, Pen-
niotis will be published lor aix con- jtoll ,nd Umanine. and
secutive weeks ill said newspaper, UUy BhMng hnnds with a
the last publication to appear on f ,iemjB.
Friday tho said 2d day of January,
Ed. L. Wood has returned to this
side of the Pacific from China, where
Dated this the 17th day of Novem- 8cn.cd wf with t'o f..f
PETERSON, BISHOP 4 CLARK
Attorneys for Plafntiff,
Residence and Postoflko address:
.Prcston-Shaffcr Milling Co.
Athena, Oregon " . Waitsburg, Wash.
Made of selected blucstem in one of the
best equipped mills in the Northwest.
Sold in Weston by
Weston Mercantile Company
teen tli United States Infantry. He
is now nt Fort McDowell near San
Francisco, but doesn't know as yet
whether he will bo placed on the re
serve list and allowed to come home.
The soldiers spent several weeks at
Manila, where they saw some good
ball 'game between the Fifteenth
Regiment team, which had cleaned
up pretty nearly everything along
the China coast, and a crack team of
Registered Dentists using tbe
E. B. Parker System have the
largest dental practice
in the world. There
are twenty-four com
plete ofllces, which are
fully equipped 'h
applisnees end sup-
nllu tnr rlAlnd fine
work at moderate prices end vith
na fur of pain.
put-of-tcwn patients are given
especial attention, so that fewer
visits ere required to have dental
work fully completed. This Is very
important to people who want to
return home as sonn as possible.
Nothing but fine work is done,
but the prices are moderate, never
theless, for the E. R. Parker
System saves a lot of money buying
supplies for twenty-four offlccs
and in many other ways, and this
saving Is shared with patients.
Examinations and advice are
free. There is an E. R. Parker
System office at
755 Main St, Pendleton.
The Dokles at Weston
The Dokies came saw and con
quered, despito unfavorable weather
condition which compelled them to
travel through streams of water two
feet deep in the streets of Freewater
Somo 200 Knights of Khorassan
and tyros were bountifully served at
tho banquet spread by thoTythian
Sisters in the castle, hall at Weston
last Saturday evening. It is con
sidered probable that at least one
hundred more would have been pres
ent had the weather been more fa
vorable. Clarence W. Avery presided grace
fully and well as toastmastcr, and
the several toasts were responded to
with more or' less eloquence by Char-'
ley O'Neill, Trescott editor and silver-tongued
exponent of Irish wit
and oratory; John Miller of Mil
ton, Charles Henry and John Ben
son of Athena, Mayor Powell of Wal-
Dr. N. P. Bennet
Second Floor Weston Mer
, cantile building
Weston, Oregon .
WHAT DO YOU WANT?
Possibly we can help you; but if you don't make
your wants known we have no opportunity. Have
you plans for 1920 which require more cash than
you have on hand? If so, why not talk it over with
us. It is our wish to assist you in every way possi
ble and it can do no harm to lay your problems be
fore us. Possibly we can help you solve them.
i Liberty Bonds f
absolutely safe invest-
If you have money to in-
uy Liberty Bonds from us.
" II you sell Liberty uonds, sell
We buy and sell Liborty Bonds.
Any denomination $50 $100
r James L. Elam
Walla Walla - Washington
Water proof and will not fade.
Try a can. For sale by
Goodwin's Drug Store