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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1920)
Tops and Cur
. tains made to
order. Large 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
Cash for chickone. J. R. Reynolds.
Mr. ami Mrs. J. II. Trio apent aev
eral days last week with rlatiwa in
Notice to Subscnoers
If this mUe is marked it siiyil
fiea that your subscription expires.
Oct. 1, 1920. We would moat
gratefully appreciate your prompt
Subscription rate ly the year,
$2.00; six months, $1.00; three
months, SO cents.
The Leader is invariably disown-
PURCHASED WITH A
SUIT OF CLOTHES
f ora short time only
WESTON BATHS, BARBER
and TAILOR SHOP
R. L. Reynaud
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WantedTo trada Ss Colta revolv "'"r""""
er for 25-20 Winchester. Jack Eliot '
Invitations have been issued for a Edith Van IVuscn of Pendleton, home
joint piano recital to bV iriven by demonstration Kent, plana, to be In
Misses Pauline Rayborn and frothy attcn.lanea and arrange for a class in
Tweedy at the home of Mrs. Lilian the making of drcsoi forma. Consid
Fredericks Sunday afternoon, Octo- erablc Interest is bcimt manifested by
r - club members in the resumption of
For Sale-One Siniter sewini; nia- fall and winter activities,
how. one refrigerator. Call at dor- Mrs. Lillian McMorria of Portland,
mitorv. Mr. R. . Salinjr. Mrs. Abbie Mavs and Mrs. Alice
. Uwat taayera should not over- Hartman of Pendleton and Mrs.
look the fact that the last half jf Mary O. Nelson were dinner guests
the 1919 tax is due on or before Octo- Wednesday of Mrs. U S. Wood,
ber &th. Payment may te made at Miss Ruby Hall leaves Monday for
The Farmers Bank of Weston. Tacoma to visit an uncle residing-
Under recent arrangements I am in there, and will attend normal school
a iKwition to offer loans up to $r.000 after the holidays,
at six percent. F. G. Lucas. Summer fallow areas arc unusually
Mr. ami Mrs. Timer Tucker motor- weedy for this season of the year,
ed to Walla Walla Friday on a com- The heavy rains of September have
bind business and pleasure trip. caused a rapid growth of wild plants
Miss Lorraine Ilalseth left Monday which in some sections are as thick
morning for Browning. Montana, as so.1, according to reports. f
where she will be employed the com- Mrs. James K. McDaniel has re
ins year as assistant cashier of the turned from a visit with relatives In
First National bank in that city. Bcllingharo. Wash, and ia enjoying
The season for hunting China the beautiful autumn landscape sur
phcasants" opens next Sunday and will rounding Fir Lodge, her mountain
continue open until Sunday of the fol- home. -lowing
week. In some loealitiea the t'raig Ihriskcll was ovr from Wal
birds are quite plentiful. la Walla the first of the week for a
Miss Elii Morrison is the nanny visit with relatives.
Dossessor of a line new Brunswick House and two lots for sale, K.
phonograph purchased this week from T. Wicker.
Mrs. R. G. Saline, local agent for We arc doinir business strictly on
the popular machine. a cash or thirty-day basis. Miller
For Sale 1113 acres best wheat Rooher (Weston Garage.)
land; joins town of Condon. Stock Owing to the absence from town
and machinery. Price, $45.00 an of Rev. Mark A. Phinncy. the United
acre. M. Fitzmauriee, Condon. Or. Brethren congregation joined with
It is announced by the clerk, Mrs. that of the M. E. Church. South, for
John Reamer, that the annual busi- services last Sunday. An interesting
ness meeting of the Baptist Church missionary program was presented
will be held Saturday evening Octo- Sunday evening by Kpworth League
ber 2. All church officers and the members.
Sunday school superintendent will be H. V. Compton came down from the
elected. mountain ranch Saturday to spend
All knowing themselves indebted to the week-end with his family, who are
mc are requested to settle their ae- occupying the Lane cottage on Nor
counts on or before October 10, when ma! Heights.
I am placing the accounts in the Miss Frank Harris Davis, desiring
hands of a lawyer. R. G. Saling. to keep in touch with local events,
Mrs. E. M. Warren was visiting in Rives evidence of fine judgment by ad
Weston Sunday, from Tendleton. ding her name to the Leader's sub-
F. L. Barnett, farmer and stock- scrintion list,
man of Wasco county, visited rela- The Iley Winns motored down from
tives in Weston while attending the Winona Saturday to look after soma
Round . Up. Earl Bamett accompan- matters of business, returning to the
ied him home to bring back a driving Washington ranch Sunday for a lng
mare which the visiting uncle pre- er sojourn.
scnted to Andy Barnett to help make Manager Hanies of Memorial Hall
. x u: i haa inst i-liisfd a contract with the
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J Homer L. Hednck was. a visitor in universal iur mv mvuiu -..., -2
Wfsttin Mondav from Pendleton. He great serial picture featuring the
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tomobflcs and looks quite debonair The picture includes fifteen episodes,
and prosierous. anil beginning October 30 one episode
Mrs. James Kirkpatrick returned will be presented every Saturday
Sunday from a visit with her son and nit-ht at Memorial Hall. No increase
daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Vergil will bo made in admittance charges
Neild, at Portland. She was also up because of the serial.
call on Mr. and Miss Esther W Warns naa enrolled
DeMoss. as a student at Whitman College.-
Wptnn CirP0 t Mrs. Zella McPhcrrin of Athena Mrs.-Richard Morrison is in re
, 5 I was a guest Thursday at the home ccipt of a letter from Mrs. E. O. De-
of her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Moss, now residing in Oregon City, in
Gould. which greetings are extended to lo-
Wanted Teams to haul lumber cal friends. Mrs. DeMoss says:
from the Blue Mountain Sawmill to "While we are doing well in a busi
Freewater. Phone No. 161F3, mill, ncss way, we miss our Weston
or No. 1131, Milton. Bardell Lumber friends."
& Box Co. Charles May, one of Weston
John D. Parks is back in the old mountain's well known farmers, fin
burg again after an absence of I3hed harvesting bis own crop the
eleven years, and old-time friends ac- first of the week. Although spring
corded him joyous welcome. John sown, his barley on the lower place
has been in the sheep business near made 16 sacks to the acre. His
Likely, California, but recently dis- wheat, fall sown, averaged 35 bpsli
poscd of his interests there. He is els.
now hunting a new location, and may Mrs. Mary O. Nelson is in the city
go as far away as Florida to take a from the Walla Walla valley for the
look around. purpose of improving her residence
Dr. Vergil Neild, who was recent- properties on Water street. Mrs.
ly graduated from the chiropractic Nelson is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
college at Portland, has entered the P. T Harbour.
office of a leading practitioner Maynard Jones is achieving dis
in that city and is also taking post tinction in the literary field. Last
graduate work in a night school, week's issue of the Lone Scout Mag
He intends the study of surgery. azine, published in Chicago, contained
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Blomgren were a clever original story from his pen
visitors Sunday at the home of their entitled, "A Position Worth While."
son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Funk of Wal
L. Blomgren, near Walla Walla. The la Walla were week-end guests of
E. L. Blomgrens are building a the R. G. Baling, having spent Sat
$7000 farm bungalow. . urday at the Round Up.
E. A. Simpson, who recently sus- George Blomgren left Saturday for
taincd the amputation of a foot at Corvallis to resume his studies at O.
Pendleton, is reported to be getting A. C, where he is taking the agri
along nicely. Edgar has always cultural course.
been of a quiet, retiring disposition, Drr and Mrs. A. C. Brown of Van
but may do a little kicking when he couver attended the Pendleton Round
gets a wooilen foot. Up and visited with relatives in this
W. H. Booher, representative Wes-jcity. Dr. Brown returned Monday to
ton farmer, is among the twelve the prosperous Washington city to
jurymen who are trying the alleged resumejiis practice. Mrs. Brown re
murderers of T. D. Taylor. mained for a longer stay with her
Sim J. Culley plans to complete har- mother, Mrs. Ellla O'Harra.
vest operations this week and will J. E. Marsh, leading business man
then proceed to the Kilgore farm to of Rockland, Idaho, and former Wes
sced winter wheat. - tonian, spent Sunday here after at-
J. II. McGibbon and family have tending the Round Up.
returned from a visit with relatives Mr. and' Mrs. J. H. Padberg mo
in Tacoma. torcd up from their Morrow county
The initial meeting of the Saturday farm this week to visit relatives and
Afternoon Club for the season of put their son Archie in the Weston
1920-21 is scheduled for October 2 at schools.
the social room in Memorial Hall. Wyatt Starmer left Thursday
Mesdames J. C. Price and J. H. Wil- morning for Corvallis, where he will
liams will act as hostesses. Mrs. enroll as a student at O. A. C.
Furnished and Frinted at,' the. Leader office
One hundred ;.. 1 50
Each additional hundred 0 75
NoUci to Creditor
n tin County Court of lha State of
Oregon tor umaun ixiumy.
In th Matter of the Estate of Enoe
J. l'rl, deceased.
NoTH K is IIkkkby Uivrn to all per
son whom It . may concern that
Georgia t'rlps has basn appointed
administratrix of tht lata of F.no
J. CrlMi, deceased, and hat qualified
aa auch. All persons having claims
against said estate are required to
preaent them with proper ouchora to
tliii aald administratrix at th law of
tlcea of Peterson. Bishop A Clark In the
Smith-Crawford building, at Pendleton,
Oregon, within six months ot the date
of the first publication of this notice,
which is Friday the 17th day of Bcp
temher, A. D. IU20.
I'KTKRMON, ItlHHOr A 1'I.ARK,
Attorneys for Administratrix.
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J. F. SNIDER I trJS.
1 TROY LAUIiDRY CO. I
Leave your bundles on the
porch MONDAY and
ior our IIouse-to-House Service
"We Wish Everything "
But the Baby."
M. M. M. M. M. M. A A A AAAAAA
Rich, beautiful plushes' of quality. The season's choicest' selections, fur
or, fabric trimmed. Iiip, comfy collars. Short or lonjj, and all at practically
wholesale prices. Our plan is to sell these garments at a very small margin
of profit; and since they are bought at the lowest prices it means a saving of
from $10.00 to $30.00 a garment to you. These are on display now.
Coats and Suits ,
'Carried over from last season and, to close out, priced at one-fourth
the present value. Rare bargains, indeed. Misses' and children's as
well as women's coats, serviceable, warm and comfortable, at a genuine clos
ing out price, from $5.00 to $15.00.
Aprons and House Dresses
We have gone through the stock and selected about 100 of these splendkl
aprons, house dresses, etc., and will close them out. Values up to $2.75.
Your choice, $1.75.
Beautiful fall creations at just a little above wholesale. One of the big
coast houses is sbipprng us for our customers the choicest millinery we have
ever shown and asks us to display it. We are doing this and selling for less
than you expect. We take this method for the accommodation of -our trade,
and not with a view to profit. You will appreciate making your selection
from this charming array of fall styles. A pretty hat for as low as $7.60.
Others at $10.00, $12.00, $16.50.
These are to close out- About 80 garments in silks, serges, plaids and
wool novelties, and all for just one-half the former price.
I Dr. S. L KEfiNARD
1 . ' - i
i Phone Main 253
OF ALL KINDS
PRICES PAID .
HIDES, PELTS, &c.
We anticipated the decline in shoes and have already marked our higher
priced shoes down from $1.00 to $2.00 per pair. We were always lower than
the city by a good margin. -
To close out, 200 pairs of children's shoes, all the odds and ends of our
stock, $1.59, $1.98 and $2.98. Rare bargain values.
Women's shoes, 180 pairs, values up to $9.00, for $4.69 until sold.
LADIES' GEORGETTE WAISTS
We carry the famous Ball Waist.
To close out, about 50 waists selected frefm the stock, at one-half the
original price. WE MEAN TO CLOSE THESE OUT .