Katie to Sutsoivcrs rated by Mrs. F. It. Uoyd of Athena If this notice is marked it signi fies that your subscription expires Sept 1. 1920. We would most gratefully appreciate your prompt renewal. Subscription rates by the year, BREVITIES Cash for chickens. J rtl by Mrs. V. . Uoyd of Athena SUT5SI0NS W. Tholpa. Judga of tho aimva i - fr . - y&W'lSrtrti5St I portion was served to each guest Orn f UmaU la Com. y. ofaummnniln Weston Uadir.a X by the honor.. Several families l'" Nolan, I'UlnUff, va. t.eorge No- or Mll.lii.liMt In We.ton, llr motored up from town to camp .. k. neynoiua. 1ioms,r Miss Kva Uinuell, lormer popular W. Thotps. JmWo! ths abova sntlllad JBastllSSSMS ntareo on ine mn uy Join Urn ToGwnrs Nolan. Defendant: ligation newg- Imattlla I'uunly. Oregon, ami of general elrcu mi A..... I ....I P.).., I'inini nerrin iiieti agamm you in im , ,.,,, "nn. Ki month. 41.00: threo ..... r .w. iwiu. ....... . . . above entitled court, within six weeks . ' v . VI - n imama muiomi o nana contingent In making the day "in iho Nam. of th. S.ai. of Oron: In which umK 8 letter n for the MtimabW You are hervhy required to appear and .'piieara. and will appear for M r woman. answer or othorwlae plead to Ihe ; com- ri(K, f 'wooh- bvglnninff as g Wftlla . k. - J.... l al . ....k.ll..tl.... r.A ... ... . , , - irmii iniunii ui uiv nni I'uonrniiuii months, 5U cents, ton candidates for queen of the La- Wednesday on a combined bulneaa of thin summons, whieh date la Augunt The Leader is invariably discon- fay parade to be held in Baker ml ,.MUW trip. :. 1W; and you will lake notice that tinued at expiration. September 6. j. T. Lawaon has moved a shoe " JW" all to ea apiar, plaintiff, fl.r Judge Marsh an. tomml-Momr ,,,, (lUU from KwtnMtrt, , Wwi. , -f; nti'Ll m Anderson were in Weston aim vi- tni preparatory to engaging in bus- the complaint herein, namely fordo- cinity Tuesday, inspecting road work. Mwg m,n uc temporarily l- ei-ee of divorce bvtwven plaintiff and v Won! ha been received from Mi cMo,, in tho coUB0 0WtUH by his 'l,fM,l, 1V-J frr. tl"s. rv'!,,,r?Vrm ,. . ., .v., Mu., i.. , , , , ,. , , . the name Tillie Kitner to p aintilf and Frank Harm Davis that she plans brother. Joe Uwson, on Itnwd street r,,r ,uoh olher nUvt as to the court to ppi-nd another sessou In Weston Misll 0lb Crawford rvturn.Ml to niay aeem meet, as s member of the high school fnc- u,r ,om(l ut Milton Kriilav after a '1 hi summons Is publinlul pumuant ultv. .i. .t.- , . it... h.., h..r to ait onler of the IKnorable UilU-rt Frank Winn, Couse creek old timer. um.,0 millt tMr. Mlui Mr,, W. ws in town Tuesday and allowed jjinoek. himself to be scon in rather doubt- lUHk!1 donated to the loval li ful compsny. However, Frank is a trary this week were: The Casta- way (Hives) reveived from I S. Wood, and I'iiiocchUi (Oollodi) coil Stkhiikn A. I.owki.i., Attorney for riaiutilf, 1'eiulleton, Uregon. Auto ITI. inmmmg- Tops and Cur tains made to order. Lare as sortment of plate glasses a glass for every car. A good stock, of Sad dles and Heavy' Harness always on hand. Also Collars, Pads, Halters, etc. Get our prices be fore buying. IViman's Harness Store (Phone 122) Milton, Oregon (Telephone K3.) Monday, Wed. and Friday, Kvcninge by appointment. DR. N. P. BENNET WESTON OREGON LUNCHES ICE CREAM CIGARS CANDIES Dakor' Good Phone your dray orders, 93, or call at store. staunch democrat and above political corruption. I'nder the Wilson ad ministration he has just harvested a tributed by Miss Lois Haling. good wheat crop, running from 0 to 45 bushels. J. H. Key harvested a fraction The front of Ooodwin's drug store and the Interior of Frank .Price's neat grain oflVe profited this loss than 50 bushels per acre from wwk fnm t(K, ,Hration of Merritt the McKinnon place northwest of jtnKor', tM,int brush, town. His home place east of town j(H fx) lW!lon was over from is goimr close to 45 bushels cr acre. m,wlll.r yesterday to take an The "Umatilla county nuggets" otf;t,r louk at Veton, which wss his most always come pretty gootl for homc 25 yen g0 Joe. Mrs. S. J. Culloy left for I'endle- I am agent for Franco-American ton this morning for a day's visit. Toilet and Household Requisites. Weston friends extended cordial Call at residence. Mrs. Will Payne, (f.ting this week to Geo, Cannich- The Lieuallen blacksmith Bhop has nil) who WM uu,r tnm ni8 Walla . .... i D Deen leased oy airs. iicuuimi ,u va home. George Coyo and Dan McCSskeii, A pr4.mature "soaker" hit this experienced general blacksmiths who Wednewlay and delayed the ffl come from Idaho Falls. Idaho. Mr. harvest Merritt A. Baker, govern- fl THE UNIVERSITY OF- OREGON ia naiatained by the state ha order that tbe yooDg pco pie of Oregoa may receive, without cost, the beaefite of a liberal edacatioa. Tlx Unirerntr include. KCoJleo( Litrrmture. Science nd lh Art. tk Cmlii.t SchooKUw Sckool of Plr kmj 4ocUon. nd (k praleMkMi.1 School, of Uv. Median. t Portluid). A re Ki lecture. Commerce. JourMliam. Eduction nd Mu.k. Hitk .Undard. of Khol.ral.ip .r. m.de eoaaible by an able faculty, veil equipped Lboratorie. .d library of newly 100.000 volume.. Superviaed athletic are encouraged and .very .tlention given the health and velf.re of Uie students. With bei.hl.aeJ eonfld.neo Saiaiod hr Iho roenl oxroMfoa I pnhli. pporl. tat I'airersil. U mmw enteriM an era of InrS. d.topanenl aind e.lend4 nalalaaaa. . . For . catalogue or fowty information. addreff: THE REGISTRAR Xnivornltp of Oregon Cyo, who has been 25 years at the nMnt cn-cr, reports the l.H-al pre- anvil, was here tins ween arranging cjpjUtjon j0 nilve btVn no VM than to open the shop, and will be joined pnc ,ml fivt..hun.lreilths inches. The later by Mrs. Cayo and his partner. owj,m crop nwre than three Miss Clara G. Hall, formerly of tolirths harvested, but threshing the Weston Normal faculty, has the has Just gun in the uplands, sympathy of friends here in the loss wnen,( however, no danisge from of her sister, Miss Maltie Hall, who alen grBin u n.ported. Heavy passed away August 23 at St. An- wj,at yvi uncut around Weston thony's hospital, Pendleton. is down pretty badly. Sim CulUy Teddy, the little son of Mr. and has ,,5 t the iGrMW Urn Mrs. J. H. Baker, formerly of Wcs- whkh has Mgv4 morc or tM( nd ton, is criticslly ill from spinal men- QncT 3q acres, ingitis at their home in Enterprise, ,f you wvrc fat anU wishod to be Oregon. ean, if you had a work horse ami Two furnished rooms for light WBnU!d B trotter, if you had a short housekeeping. Mrs. E. W. Achilles. n,an.s car am needed a long-leg Will Beaton took Mrs. J-jK. Beaion .utowit would you do? You'd I I T1 w offer to sell or trade. Worth Watts will sell his Overturn! 4 Sedan or ex- A.W.L1DEL Real Estate and Insurance Pendleton and Weston, Or. Address-P. O. Box 4? Pendleton, Oregon. Some Special Bargains in Morrow County Lands. ' All Kinds of Property. Agent. PACIFIC AGENCY n,l Mrs. E. Reynolds, to The Blue Mountain aawmill Sumlay and brought his family nomc. inciueni- chonK(? it for a satisfactory csr of JJj ally he went out for a hunt and more Ug foom A of 8JU))J Daggea tne umn m mu h'"-"- make preterred. IJ Mrs. Ray Gordon is spending a few A s,m,t hat, , finc Url(y W. cks with her parents, iiir. ana HVuraging .round 41 sack to Mrs. Walter UUmoro, at ineir moun- thJ at hjg pIace of tuwn tain ranch. . . His wheat went better than 40 Miss Esther Williams dispensed jijg delightful hospiUlity last i.lay SnUer ha$ md a of evenmg when she entertained the You Go I Co club at the J. H. .1- ' ; C!tpt.rinlcnt station in Men 1 ams residence. Games and dancings r . Z . . .a, ,;,i tanu, and another from a banker at afforded much enjoyment. At mid- ... . miurutru J t Hi gard, Monlaim, with regard to night a lunch .W)rmB "-""-U hii cutter Thc milen wal,t da.nt.es was sened, by the hostess fuf Those in attendance were: Misses Hortense Baker, Gertrude Van - to.nm,,u maehine fouml to to kle, V.ra Morrison Irene Banister. d Wavel OHarra, Gladys Smith, Es- ; ' ' V" ,'. . , . u I at.i ns on lands whero it has been thcr Davis, Minnie Johnson, Helen .... Johnson and-Esther Williams. Irlea out- An eight-pound daughter was born Thursday of last week to Mr. HEMSTITCHING DEPARTMENT and Mrs. W. H. Warfield at their A. M. JENSEN CO. home on Basket mountain. . Hemstitching, Pccot, Chain Stitch- Mrs. Mary O. Nelson and V. H. jn(f Embroidery, Braiding, Plain Chastain motored over Monday from stitching. Button Holes and Buttons the Chastain residence in Walla Covered, Pleating. Walla valley. Mrs. Nelson is en tertaining a visitor from the east, her niece, Miss Minnie Moore of Phone 930. Walla Walla, Wash. Bellfontaine, Ohio. Bud Walden was un this week from Pilot Rock to visit his brother, I SIRS. C. E. FERGUSON Ben Walden, well known pioneer, who is improving, in health after a long illness. Miss Dorothy Bulfinch returned Sunday from two weeks of camping in the Cold Spring region. Elmer Elwell and family, who re cently returned to Weston from Mil ton, have rented and are now occu pying the Dr. Madden cottage on Normal Heights. R. L. Reynaud and family were I guests Sunday of the Harry Scholls f at their home in Pendleton. Mrs. Newton Loveridge was taken 2 quite ill Saturday morning and is as yet unable to be about her usual . duties. J Mrs. Charles Price is in Spokane this week attending thc annual con- ference of the M. E. Church, South. Mrs. Price was chosen as a dele gate from the Women's Missionary society of the local church. Mrs. Harry Shick is spending a few days in Pendleton with the Harry Scholl family." The Ralph G. Salings returned OF ALL KINDS I Sunday from a several weeks' outing T at yjoux spring camp. Otis Gould came up from Holdman last week and is spending a few j t . i . . , T uays unucr ine parental root. The eighty-first birthday anni versary of Mrs. Sarah McDougal was celebrated at Camp McDougal, Sunday. A company of fifty-one sat around long tables which were load ed with all the delicacies accompany ing a chicken dinner. A birthday salad prepared and artistically deco- WESTON GARAGE 1 i: WESTON f CASH fflAREET FRESH MEATS HIGHEST CASH I PRICES PAID FOR LIVESTOCK, HIDES. PELTS, &c. HASS & SAUER DodgeCars AND DODGE EXTRAS Gasoline Oils Accessories CARS OF ALL MAKES OVERHAULED AND REPAIRED , Work Guaranteed r.HLLER & BOOHER rTTTTTTTTTTT ii General i ; Blacksmitbing J. F. SNIDER:: Weston, Orei. j- li I Davis & Ellis i I i II Watch (for announcement of Annual Cake Baking Contest. Full details in next week's is sue. This effort will eclipse any of former years. WESTO PilERGMiyTILE COkH? T I 3 I; f! c ij II i 1 I ii 1 - " 1 '