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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1920)
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admimil ration of said tt, and tnld November. W0,
couri nni nxei in xrin any or Decem
ber, l'JJO, at 10 g 'cluck In the forenoon.
in tli (oimty Court room, in tha
P. T. Harbour
1 1 villi
OXES of candy ranging
value from 25c to $6.50 to be
raffled off. Come in and get one
of these, as they won't last long.
A inly and Karl Harnett, rural mail
rarriers out of Weston, took the re
cent government examination at Pen-
dU'toii, there being one other candl
(Into besides themselves, F.arl Par
nott haii succeeded to route Nit. 1, re
signed by J. E. Jones. .
Mr. ami Mrs. J. (.. Price ami little lount Court home at Pendleton. In
daughter have gone to rortlaml, Umatilla tounty. State of Oregon, aa
where they are visiting Mr. and Mr. J'"' J h"
... . . , tiona ami exceptions, if any ihero b
Fred Brockman. They will also visit thereto, and all persons Interested in
friends and relative at Oregon t'ity aid eatate are hereby notified to an
ttnd Salem. pear at said time and place and make
The school board of Weston haa had "yJn or exceptions they have
a number of applications for the Job
of janitor, soon to bo vacated by D.
F. Lavender. The board decided to
givo the work to tho loweat and best
bidder. Its notice appears elsewhere.
Prof, and Mrs. F. V. FiUpatriek.
accompanied by Mr. McLinden ami
Mr. and Mr. Edw. Thornton of Ruse
burg, arrived home Monday morning;.
Mrs. McLinden U tho mother and
Mrs. Thornton a sister of Mrs. Fits
patrick. John F. McNee and family have
leased the Fred Dupuis resideneo and
will attend tho winter seasou in Wes
ton. Mrs. Rebecca Cullcy has been visit
ing- this week withMrs. Maud Stan-
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. 10 lh ppnv1 of said report, the
w. wsibbtuwis. diich(rgr of Miaxcutor and the
1 exoneration of lit bondsmen from
rnrf .. c.i. t further liability herein; and it wi
fti.mll? ,h? SUU wf further owlewf by sakl Kurlthatthla
Umatilla County. noll thould b publish! In th We.
In th Count
In the Matter of the Estate of J
, U liarra, Deceased.
To Am. Whom it May Conckhn
ton leader, a weekly newsiiwr, pub-
ishvtl at Weston, umatuia loumy,
Stale of Oregon, for four consecutive
weeks, the iirxt publication thereof
Notice I hereby Riven that I.. I. O'. i,ulltf I,,..!-0n the Wh dsv of NovVhi- I th duly ajiHnted. iual
Harra, executor of the will of J, M O'- br W li'K executoVof th. will o
1 1 nrra. deceased, has Hied In tho above ',."'. . ,, deceased, and all persons I
Notlct to Creditors
In the County Court of the Stat of
Oregon for Umatilla County.
In th Matter of th EetaU of A.
TO AM. WHOM IT MAY CONVKKN! No.
tire la- hereby given that XV. U. Watt
uaiuieo "nu aui
f A. I'h(llt,
I 1 I .11 ..UU..HM kaiuiiki ittaiitMBl
Said order I. dated th. SOth da, of J.M
":t.l ' :. i.
1.. 1. 1)'IIAKNA.
Executor of the Will of
J. M. U'llsrra, Deceased.
Drs. A. D. ft R.A. FRENCH
rtwck Optical rirlori
15 E. MninSt-i'honoGM
Walla Walla, Wash.
to present the ssni with proper vouch
er attached thereto to said lulor
at Athena. Oregon, within six month
from th Wth dsy of jN w w-i5l.
Executor of th Will of A. I'hMi'w,
Uuttcr Wrp order prompt
ly filled t the Leader shop.
in & at mm bh n mm u m ii si rm m mm i k r i m mt mm wn m
0 1 MM I U t
Tl I I.' I B Bill II HUH
One cent to 35 cents for a chance
on the large boxes then "rattle the
bones" for them.
If you arc lucky, the investment
of a few cerfts will bring you
plenty of "sweets for the
CHRISTMAS EVE EXERCISES.
( Tho following program will be pre
sented at the M. E. Church, South,
Friday evening, December 24, at 7:30
Instrumental Solo, Maxino Cullcy;
song, congregation; prayer, Rev. A.
J. Starmer; Scripture readings and
Ik Arrested for
Manager Barnes has secured
splendid bill for the Christmas week
shows at Memorial hall. Tho Cour
age of Marge O'Doon will bo the
Tuesday night super special. Rio
Grande is on fr Saturday night.
There will be the usual added at
Hamp Boohor came homo with a QJ
handsomo new Buick from I'cndleton, fQ
where ho served as a juror in the Grant
county murder case.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lieuallen were
down from tho mountains Wednesday
night to attend tho I'ythian social.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Taehclla of
Saxc spent Sunday at tho Lumsden
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lumsden at
tended the Elks entertainment in
Pendleton Friday night.
Spring chickens, 18c the pound,
Young turkeys, 36c. C. F. Bulfinch,
Krneat Cooper of Roy, Idsho, former
Weston farmer, was a recent guest of
tho W. H. Boohers.
Ford car for sale at a bargain.
Andy T. Bamett
bidder. Its notice appears elsewhere,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas of Iowa were
here this week, visiting tho J. M.
Wroes on Weston mountain.
Jones & Jones are installing pipe
less fumaco at the farm residence of
R. h. Reynaud is back in his shop
asrain, after a short but severe ill
Postmaster Van Winkle report
that holiday gift parcels are already
passing through his hands in consid
a Young Weston Farmer, ' . . . . .!,;
VrUUIC IIUIIIUCl. All, lll ,Olil1laa nf..
UR store is (oil to oveifloiving ;i
Willi bM, pretty Gilt Goods
Dainty Toilet Articles
Handsome Hand Work
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
RECOVERED BY OFFICERS
y to w
songs, nine girls; recitation, Frances From my pasture on
Davis: recitation. Lawrence Barnett: Koy Key, a Weston young man or ercci about three weeks ago, on
ong, builders' class; The Turkey's 28, was arrested by Sheriff Taylor mouHe-colored filly branded 1 T on
Lament, Raymond Anderson; The Monday morning and taken to tho shoulder, and one black gelding,
First Christmas, Marjorie and Mau- county jail on a charge of having white star in face, branded J on left
y CULLEY, Weston, Ore.
rice King; Christmas Bell drill, jew- burglarized the McFadden pharmacy shoulder.
els' class; recitation, Leon Barnett; ana mil s jewciry store ai mnenu. g
vocal duet, Florence and Mildred Suspicion fastened upon young
Koss; A Christmas Wish,, fcldrcd Key inrcugn nis r.avmg oiierea a gt,;nes from tnc countenance of Uncle
Price; Merry Christmas, Marie Thor- man's watch for sale at Weston. Ho Kam.R Iocai cugtodian as he carefully
sen; ine Angeis- Message, an excr- was ncara 10 say. aiso, inni ne nao wciRn:l tlie fcy packaog entrusted
cise by fourteen children; The Christ- bought a wrist watch for a lady t0 hjg charge
mas Tree, exercise by four children; friend. Sufficient evidence was se- Mm r Mo'rrjg0n CBmc jn from the
pantomime, Nearer My God to Thee, cured against him by C. W. Avery, h Snturday an(l w;u ,,,1 -cy.
iviisses Mina rnce, ciora ana cnna nesion cniei oi ponce, iu wurrniu . j t tnc fun,i)y resideneo in
endless variety, Sweaters, Petticoats,
Plush Coats, Shoes, Hosiery, Slippers.
hi arrest, and the sheriff's office was town
0 eL 0
Mr. and Mrs. Iley Winn motored
Mr. and Mrs. Will Gould weio down Following Key's arrest, the man's to Pendleton Tuesday on a combined
from their mountain ranch Thursday watch . and the three wrist watches business and pleasure trip,
to attend to Christmas shopping and Etolen from th? McFadden pharmacy Misses Mina Price and Bertha
exchange greetings with friends and were recovered by the officers. Three starmer have been appointed as a
acquaintances. ot them had bcen hidden in the gar- fjnancc committee of the M. E. Sun-
age at his home, and together with fay school and arc busy soliciting
the fourth were promptly proaucod fun(jg for the Christmas entertain
by the culprit. Upon being brought ,ncnt to be given at tho church Friday
to Athena Key offered to pay Mr. evening, December 24.
In the Circuit Court of tlc Slate of Hill for the cuff links and watch
Oregon for Imatilla county. ban(a he had tekcn from that CHtaD.
In the Matter of the Estate of Mary J. Jighment. Indications following the
rowers, ueceasea. burglary were that he had been
10 ALL WHOM IT
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
searching for the nlatinum set dia-
Mnrioa i riarariv rrivan In a f- ITaftiA
Powers, administratrix of the estate rings shown in the window of
of .Mary 3. Powers, deceased, has filed Mr. Hill's establishment. These, to
rn the above entiHed court her final ac- gether with other valuable jewelry,
LTjitrL ?7 at night for safe keep-
15th day of January, 1921, at 10 o'clock Bnd tIle amateur burglar had to
in the forenoon, in the County Court be content with what he could find,
room, in the County Court house at p,:, , ,; v l.a ,.'
Pendleton, in Umatilla County, State ,
of Oreiron. as the time and dace for 'CBSc to purloining gasoline from made of tho case
SCHOOL JANITOR WANTED.
Bids will be received up to Wed
nesday, December 22, 1920, at the of
fice of the clerk of School District No.
1!, for the janitor work at the school
house for the remainder of the pres
ent school year. Bidders will state
the monthly salary desired. Right is
reserved to reject any or all bids.
.. SCHOOL BOARD, DIST. NO. 13.
is unknown. He
hearing objections, if any there be tho pump in front of Miller & Boo- is a son of one of tho wealthiest
thereto, and all persons interested in hcr's garage at Weston. He was farmers in the county and is als
.,.,AtZ7nt..iZ virtually caught in the act at mid- known to be possessed of considerable
pear at said time and place and make .. . t, , ., .
He is thought to
When confronted later by bo easily able to buy watches and
Miller he owned up, but upon jewelry, and he is said to have had
any objections or exceptions they have n,nl' na D01tca UP Jlaln Btrecl ni" means 01 nis own,
to the approval of said report, the dis- in his car.
charging of said administratrix, and Mr.
iihi?tv hJlll- ZdZ payin ,or the sasolino and thc dam- J'1,'nty ot p8"0""6 at home the very
further ordered by said court that this aKc donc ln wrcing the pump, saved night he raided tho garage pump,
notice should be published in the Wes- himself from prosecution. There is In thc absence of any reasonable mo
ton Leader, a weekly newspaper, pub- said to be evidence, also, connecting tivc for his acts, the charitable
hshed at Weston, Umatilla County, hjm with thc ihvt o $1 in Bivcr vicw ig cmmon that he is obsessed
State of Oregon, for four consecutive . .. ,. ... . ., . . , ... , , . , , ,
weeks, tho first publication thereof rom thc tl" the Liberty Auto with kleptomania and Is by no means
being made on the 17th day of Decern- Co.'s garage. . a mentally responsible lawbreaker. '
ber, 192(1 Said order is dated the 13th Key spent one day only in jail, The young man has devoted his
day of wem"ij4gQWjjs coming home Monday night. As yet life to farm work and has had very
Administratrix of the Estate 'of "o charge has been preferred against little worldly experience. He has a
Mary J. Powers, deceased, him, and what disposition will' be reputation for thrift and industry.
A MOST FASCINATING ARRAY OF VERY
t SUITABLE, VERY SATISFACTORY ARTICLES
1000 TIES 47c, 98c, $1.49, $1.98. (Old time prices.)
Scores of Garters, Arm Bands, etc.
Shoes, Slippers, Gloves, Sweaters; Shirts, Cuff Links,
. Pins, Chains, etc.
MAKE OUR STORE YOUR SHOPPING CENTER
1 Attend the Farm Bureau Meetings
MEMORIAL HALL, MONDAY DEC. 27
POTATO GROWERS, 10 a. m.
WHEAT C.RQWERS, 2:30 p. m.