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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 24, 1920)
Tops and Cur
tains made to
order. Large as
sortment of plate
glasses a gfass
for every car.
A good stock of Sad
dles and Heavy Harness
always on hand. Also
Collars, Pads, Halters,
etc. Get our prices be
IF YOU'RE GOING TO
Cth for chicken. J. R. Reynolde.
Ed. May it hero from Oregon City
for a visit with hit tont in th up
land. Mr. P. A. Worthington of Tort
land it visiting hr mother. Mrt. I.
of outdoor jullitks it twiftly patting.
A congenial company who motored
Sunday to an attractive tpot on Dry
creek, where a substantial feast wai
prepared in the open, Included: Mr.
and Mrt. Ralph 0. Sallng, Mr. and
Mrt. J. H. William. Mr. and Mrt.
II. GMHlwln, Mrt. Mary C McNce,
Mrt. Lilian Fredericks, Mlatet Lor.
rain Ualseth and Loit Saltng, Mr.
Mr. and Mrt. Ralph Kinnear were
in Weitton thit week on their way to
F Saling, and othcr rvlativea in imt enjoy after-harvett vacation at
f ity. - tho Round I'd. Ralph had a flue crop
Mr. ami Mrs. Fred Rohde and 0 ni Couim, crw.k frn, this year,
daughter Rosalind of .Pendleton running fnm 41) to 45 buthrl per
tpont Sunday at tht homy of their, am fnun 4so metrll .
daughter, Mrt. C. O. I'cderaen ol inn
Kdtrar Slnipton auttaiited an oper
lion at Pendleton Wvdneaday, er
formed by Dr. Best, fr the amputa
tion of hit right foot, which hat been
troubling him fur several yeart.
lr. J. A. lirst, for a rash consider
ation, hat bought the 0. II. Wade ret-
While up in the mountains getting
hit .winter' wood, W. S. Price had
the misfortune a few dtyt ago to cut
a deep gaah in hit right writt. A
leader wat sovered, but the axe blade
ni..wl tha rt..rv Mr. Pric admin-
it..id fir.t akl to himtelf. got Ray Mvnr rrty
Jonea and Vernie O'Harra from their Steven CMgv, Knightt of Pythias,
wood camp a quarter of a mile away announce that it will hold an Im
to give him a lift, and caai homt portant business meeting next Wed
with hi load. nesdny evening and that a full ti
ll r. and Mm. 11. Z. Tharp and little tendance is desired,
daughter of Astoria are guests at Mr. and Mrt. II. K. Kennedy are at
the K. M. Smith residence while at- their home in Weston for a weok
up by Mr. Itarnea for tht coming
teaton aro The Virginians, featuring
Dustin Farnumi The Clodhopper and
The Pinch Hitter, featuring Charles
Ray; The Court ge of Marge O'Doon,
a superb super special; Lahoma, just
released by Pathe; Broadway Cow
boy, Tho Rio Grande, The Flam of
the Yukon, The Long Arm of Man
nister. Going Some another fine
Rvx Beach masterpiece, Water Water
Everywhere, Dollars and Kent and
Scratch My Bark.
Satisfactory offers for trata and
furniture art In; tho board will meet
next Monday to consider them. It I
considered likely that the hall will be
fully equipped within a few months
thit bring one of the gratifying re
sults of good attendance.
' , SUSQS01TS
In the Circuit Court of the Stat of
Oregon for Umatilla County.
Tlllie Nolan, Plalntilf, vt. lieorgt No.
ToUeorgt Nolan. Defendtnt!
In the Name of the iltaU of Oregon:
You are hereby required to appear and
answer, or other wine plead to the com
plaint herein Died against you in tho
above entitled court, within tlx Week
from the date of the first publication
of this summon, which dste it August
IS. IWO: and you will take notice that
If you fail to to apiear, plaintiff, for
want of tuch appearance, will apidy to
the court for the relief prayed for in
the complaint herein, namely for de
cree of divorce between plaintiff ami
defendant, and for-the rot-oration of
the name Tlllie Kitner to plaintiff; and
for auch other relief at to the court
nity seem meet.
Thit summon it published purtuant
to an order of the lUnortbl Gilbert
W. rhetpa, Judg of tha abova entitled
court, made ami entered on the kHh dty
of August, 11K!0, directing publication
of tunimona In Wetton Letder. a !
paper published In Wetton, Umttlll
County, Oregon, and of general circu
lation, one each week for aM succes
sive weeks, in which paper ald sum
mons now apjiears, and will appear for
anld ertod of six week beginning a
8TKTHKN A. LOW BIX.
Attorney for Plalntilf,
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND
DR. N. P. DENNET
WHY NOT NOW?
WESTON BATHS. BARBER
and TAILOR SHOP
tending the Round Up.
The Van Winkle boys finished har
vesting Sunday at the Van Winkle
farm on Reed and Hawley mountain.
They had an average of 35 bushels
from 60 acres, and have told most of
their crop at 12.35.
E. J. Saling, former Weston school
boy, citizen and business man, was
in town this week from American
Falls. Idaho. Together with other
while on their way to
where they will locate.
' MEANS GOOD PICTURES
The fall and winter pictorial tea
ton at Meniurial Hall uih-hs Saturday
old timer who happened in lately, he October 2. wilh "Tho Silver
was greeted right joyously. Ed. I jlon)c Aside from this great Rex
traveling for the Consolidated Wagon Bwich pjcture t,ere will be a fetch
Co., with headquarter at Salt Uke. ing comctyi Two Dollor Please."
"His family reside in American Falls, pjctograph.
where hi son Harry nas a canning
A. W. Lundt-U was up
the week from Pendleton. Mr. Lun
dell .had just returned from a real
estate trip into southern Oregon, hav
ing motored a thousand mile.
was on the Mackenzie river bottom,
and says he never saw land so pro
ductive. It was literally covered
with vegetation. One man had a
silage crop of corn and sunflowers,
often attaining a height of 14 feet,
that it was estimated would go 25
tons to the acre. He dined royally on
venison while in that region.
Alick Johnson has added to his land
holding by the purchase of the Fer
guson place a half mile below Adams.
The tract consists of one quarter sec
It will be a truly splendid bill,
.u . nine reels in all, and if the manage
the first of ,. . ' . ..:
mriii b iiuivii aim vajjwiuuii. are
realized the largest audience ever
seen at a Weston- picture show will
., throng the hall and help to swell the
e . . - , ..... ,
cnair mnn. ji win oe a continuous
f - r
me iraci consists ui wre ijuuivc. ..-.-f
R. L. RCVflllUu ton including 20 acre of rich bot-
y torn land, and brought $40,000. It is
J. F. SNIDEKl;
Weston,1 Oreg. i;
1 TROY LAUiiDRY CO.
Leave your bundles on the
porch MONDAY and
lor cur Houo-to-Houso Service
"We Wash Everything
But the Baby."
well improved, and Mr. Johnson gets
in the deal twelve head of cattle in
cluding six fine inilk cows, four work
horses, farm ' machinery, household
furniture, 30 tons of alfalfa hay. and
other chattels. Hi boys will farm
Mrs. E. M. Smith dispensed charm
ing hospitality Wednesday afternoon
when she opened her home for a sil
ver tea given under the aunpices of
the Women's Missionary Society of
the M. E. Church, South. The rooms
were tastefully decorated with roses,
asters and choice dahlias. Musical V
numbers were given by Misses Paul-
ine Rayborn and Irene Anderson.
The committee having charge of the
dining room consisted of Meadames
Charles Price, A. J. Starmcr and
Frank Price. About forty ladies
called during the afternoon and
substantial sum was added to the so
Stauid Coldwyn9lx Betjck
REX BEACH S
. Dtrtctt by Frank. Lloyd
Fred L. McNeff. who is now with M who Mmt wi haV(j , chnce
the International Correspondence
fn .n. ilio n!itiin.' Th TiiMilav
Schools, with headquarters at Med- . ... . . 4lMnvlina. T.
fonJ, Oregon, i. meeting with success Jay R
m ni new line i w . e u Manager Barnell lg acting upun the
fortunate enough to lead the Oregon moiU) M(Jood Attend(lnco Me,ns
uistncr. in nurarer oi ic .. - Cood ricture... and hopc, thRt the
mg cnarge ai raeumru. iw ,.i IM. .,.miH, win Ar.
leads the entire organization of 870 )ikewise ,Ie getting tho gQod lc.
rnnniuiTiriirivpji in eonecLions. rreu . ... .
vi" . ... V. , j lures, ana win continue to ao so
writes tnat ne hkcs meaioru nu .vu-
the prettiest little
I Dr. S. L EEKUARD
I Phone Main 253
OF ALL KINDS
I HIGHEST CASH
I PRICES PAD ...
HIDES, PELTS, &c.
tiders it one of the prettiest
citie he ha ever teen.
J. P. Lieuallen, one of Weton'
leading cattlemen, ha added two
registered Hereford yearling bulls to
hi herd. He bought the animals
from Mord McDonald of Walla Walla.
Joe Lawson was in town from
Freewater the first of the week, look
ing after bis Weston interest. Mr.
Lawson own property on Water
street and strongly favors the paving
of that thoroughfare from curb to
More rain came with the autumnal
equinox, but wa succeeded by occa
sional sunshine. A few days of real
harvest weather will tee the entire
crop garnered in the Weston neigh
borhood, including the uplands. Re
ports from Walla Walla say that 30
percent of the wheat in that valley
is still uncut, and that only half the
crop is in the warehouse.
Mrs. L. Vanderpool returned Satur
day from a visit of several months
duration in Portland and vicinity.
Bright autumn days, when hill and
wayside are gay with fall coloring
and birds are gathering in flock for
migration, awaken an irresistible de
sire to go a-gypsying. There t a
zip in the air which awaken appe
tite and remind one that the season
the attendance justifies the expense.
Among the film attraction signed
W.R. "Jinks" Taylor
Subject to the Hecision
of the voters of Uma
tilla County, November
(Ft id Adv.)
of the season approved models, made
of attractive ultra seasonable material
at slightly above wholesale prices.
A large shipment just received and on
A most delightful array of the sea
son's choicest creations. They are just
in and are pronounced superb. An
artistic blending of colors from service
able materials, becomingly designed,
and. the price far below what you had
expected to pay.
Our policy is to sell millinery at a very
small margin of profit and sell -more
of it make your choice now.
Priced From $6.50. to $20.00
Weston caercantile Comp'y
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