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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1919)
If so, consult us. We are
now in position to do all
kinds, of . battery work
RECHARGING, OVERHAULING; etc.
We are agents for the
PiLADELPIIIA DIAMOIfl) GRID
battery. Parts supplied for
batteries of every make.
R. Q. SALINO, Mgr.
Highest rioe puid fur chickens
at tlif Wenton market.
Lt alfulfa hay, first-class qual
ity, for sale. W. M. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hildebrsnd
were visiting Wednesday in Walla
J. S. Licuallcn waa here Sunday
from Rleth for a visit with hfa
See me for alfalfa hay, egg mash,
poultry foods or calf meal. Hodgson
Rulon Smith left
At a recent meeting of thst Wee
ton Ministerial association it waa
(lidded to rail an evangelist of note
to Winlon to hold a writs of union
Kpcl meeting, lie rail waa
made to ICev, George Taylor of l
Angeles, but the meetings will not
be held. until influenza ho entirely
disappeared from the Weston com
munity. The Haling brick at the
corner of Main and Water streeta
hu been accurcd and fitted up for
"The faUl paragraph" ia what
Allison Wood calls the Leader' no
tice to subscribers, which if marked
indicatea an expired subscription.
To avoid any fatalities In the Wood
household he aends us two bucks,
from Montour, Idaho. "We get
the Weston fever now and then."
Tuesday for he writes, "but cannot afford to
Pendleton, where he has a position leave here, as we have big oppor
with The First National Bank. tunltiea."
Grady Ilerndon was here Sunday
from near Frcewatcr, where he and
his family are spending the win
An eight-pound boy was born
Thursday night to Mr. and Mrs.
John Price at their homo in this
Fire broke out Tuesday morning
in Walla Walla college, the Advent
ft school at College Place, while
275 students and teachers were
gathered In the chapel on the eec-
und floor. Cool heads prevented a Chat
threatened panic. Damage to the
extent of $10,000 was caused.
SOUVENIR POST CARDS
PERFUMES TOILET ARTICLES STATIONERY
EASTMAN'S KODAKS AND SUPPLIES
PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES
FINE CANDIES CIGARS PAINTS, OILS, GLASS
RUBBER GOODS AND SPONGES .
We Appreciate Your Patronage. Call Again.
Will trade f 100 Liberty Bond for Mrs. Eva Shcllenberger, former
good young milch cow, just fresh ly of Weston, was united in mar
or coming fresh. . Inquire at this riagc at Walla Walla Wednesday to
office. , Mr. Corbett C. Chase. The bride-
, . ,, u groom ia deputy sheriff of Walla
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Key were ft
guests of Mr. and Mr. S. L. Key
of Umapine for a couple of days Hey Winn has sold his holdings
last week, ' north of Helix, 900 acres in all, to
. n j t his brother, Bert Winn. The con-
Uwrence Penn.ngtcn andfam.ly, eider,lion ls reported to have been
H. Carter Dan P. Smyth
Carter & Smythe
Ing at 11 a. m. and 8 p. in.
Sunday school at 10:00 a. m.
Junior C. E. at 2:30" p. m. C E.
Church of the Brethren Sunday meeting at 7 p. m. Prayer meet
school at 10 a. m. Preaching at ing Wednesday evening. E. F.
11 a. m. C. W. S. at 6:30 p. m. Wriggle, pastor.
Bible Study, Life of Christ, at 7:30 Baptist Church-The Church with
p. m. John Bonewiu, elder. t cor(ua welcome for all. Sunday
Methodist ChurchSunday school school at ten o'clock, preaching at
at 10 a. m. Preaching service at eleven. Also preaching at eight
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Epworth o'clock in the evening. W. R.
league at 0:30. Prayer meeting Storms, past or.
Thursday evening. S. E. Powell, Christian Science Society-Scr-Ptr.
. - vice Sunday at '11 a. m.. Water
United Brethren Church Preach-street, near Main.
Tbe Fanners Bank ol Weston
- Preston-Shaffer ; Milling Co.
Athena, Oregon . Waitsburg, Wash.
Made of selected bluestem in one of the
best equipped mills in the Northwest.
Sold In Weston by '
Weston Mercantile Company
from Spokane to
town of Eugene.
Rudolph Proebstel, Weston sol
dier overseas, was in Belgium when
heard from in a letter dated Dec
ember 26th last. .
While playing football Saturday
"Snipper" Snider had a shoulder
dislocated, but he has kept right
on going to school.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Culley of
Burley, Idaho, arrived Monday
from Walla Walla for a visit at
the ranch of S. J. Culley.
M. A. Thrasher and family of
Walla Walla, formerly of Weston,
were guests Sunday of Mr. and
Mrs. D. F. Lavender. Mr. Thrash
er conduct a large welding plant
in Walla Walla.
Miss Violet Wriggle, a graduate
of Weston High school, passed a suc
cessful examination for a teacher's
certificate, and now holds a certifi
cate granting her the right to teach
in the elementary grades and junior
high schools of Oregon.
At a special meeting of the Ath
ena councill, reports the Press, a
warrant for 17723.10 was issued to
Bert Cartano in settlement of the
famous damage suit brought by
him against the city for alleged in
juries sustained by a defective side
walk... . ;. i;- ",.'v.
Sooner or later, every man who
holds a stick of wood with one hand
while splitting it with an axe in the
other hand, is due to regret this
method. . L. R. Van Winkle, Wes
ton's postmaster,.. "got his" Mon
daywhich is the reason why his
left hand is bandaged and he looks
a bit foolish when asked about it.
, The second quarterly conference
of the United Brethren church will
be held February 1st and 2d. .The
business session will convene Satur
day at 7:30 p. m. Rev. W. A. Nic
ole will preach on Sunday morning
and evening. The Sacrament of
the Lord's Supper will be adminis
tered. Evcrbyody is invited to at
tend the eervice.
J. P. Lieuallen and P. A. Mc-
Bride, local stockmen, were out in
the stubble fields twelve miles north
of Walla Walla a few days ago look
ing after their cattle. They say
the farmer in that locality are al
ready acting as though winter jsx
over. They have gathered up their
farm stock in readiness to begin
plowing and will be out In the
fields soon if the present weather
Friend Athena has also had her
waterworks troubles, as indicated
by the following from the Presa:
"Resident of Adams street be
tween Third and Fourth have been
much discomfited as the result of
frozen water mains during the last
two weeks. The pipe line, which
is only down to a depth of 16 to 18
inches, froze solid during the re
cent cold snap and households de
pendent upon service from that
source,, had no service."
The following officers of Weston
Lodge No. 65, A. F. & A. M,. were
installed Saturday evening: R. G.
Blomgren, worshipful master; Joe
Hodgson, senior warden; H. L.
Hedrick, junior warden;' S. A.
Barnes, treasurer; L, B. Davis,
secretary; J. C. Price, senior dea
con; W. S.' Price, , junior deacon;
Porter Graham, tyler; E. O. De
Moss and Gilbert Elils, stewards;
Richard Morrison, marshal. E. M.
Smith is the retiring master.
Butter Wrap orders prompt
ly tilled at the Leader shop.
W. M. PclcrMa C. It. BUh.p
Peterson & Bishop
Pondtaton. Or. Free
Dr. S. L KEiuIAKD
Hospital at corner of Main
and Broad streets.
Phone - Main 253
("Poss" Barnes heads the list)
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Better look over the harnesswe have the oil and
tank to loan you. We also have New Harness, The.
Best, MADE TO ORDER FOR HOME PEOPLE.
PRICES RIGHT TIIEY HAKE THE I.1ARE CO
HOW ABOUT PLOWS?
Foot Warmers or Gang? Team or Tractor?
Side-hill or Prairie?
A John Deere or Jota DUTCipil
for every place. '
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