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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1919)
I extend special invitation
to the ladies of Weston and
vicinity to see THE STYLE
SHOP in its new location
next to The First National '
Bank, Athenai Oregon; and
wish to thank these ladies
whose generous patronage has .
made it necessary to move to
a larger show room to display
my new and beautiful stock
in all my lines where it will
give me pleasure to serve you
Egg Mash, Bone, Shell and Grit
for your chickens.
BLATCHFORD'S CALF MEAL
for your calves and other baby
stock. Raise them without milk.
In Large Variety and
Goodwin's Brag Store
A.J. Burnett has
('. (. Nelson wu in town
week from his I m Crosse farm.
MIm Troutwine hat accepted a
position in the dental officii of Dr.
N. P. iSennct.
Mrs. Nellie Blackman of Taroma,
Washington, is visiting at the home
of her duughter, Mrs. E. A. Siroi- Mary Lieuallen,
son. ''-aiid the hostess.
A merry family gittlu-riiig tool WrfVVwvvvvvvW
place at the home of Mrs. Margaret
Lieuallen in this rily Wednesday,.
October I, when the eighty-first
birthday of the hostess was flttinic'y
celebrated. This sury Orcuron wio-
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neer drenwd the chickens,' made the J
been quite ill birthday cake and ircred the din- li
ner unaided- a feat of which her u
lm'g admiring relatives arc justly proud.
Those partichtating in the festivi
ties were: James P. Lieuallen and
family; Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Lieual
len and Mrs. Alex McKenzie of
Adams, Oregon; John (Jeiss and
wife. Roy Lieuallen and family,
Marvin Adkina and family, Mrs. J
Mrs, Mary Shaw, J.
Clarence Bout lie came from Mor- Last Thursday afternoon the la- H
tana this week to attend the fun- dies of the United Brethren church
eral of his daughter, the late Susie met at the church parlors and ten-
Good seven-room house with mod
ern appointments and six lots for
sale at a Largain. Terms. Robert
Walt Williams, Vie Thoeny, John
Lucas and Red Nolle are hunting
this week and enjoying the rain on
the north fork of the Umatilla.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Killgore were
in Weston this week from their . , ,,,. u;i, ,.M.
home at Cormd.u- Oregon and . ,Btc of Wallowa valu.Vi
were guests of the Harry Mucks. Lndffr ofTice ye)U.r.
Mr. and Mrs. Jcnk and family, day in company with John Banister,
tiered Mrs. h. r. Wriggle a sur
prise linen sliower. A handsome
tablecloth and napkins were pre- fc
sented to the honorec, who is lesv- V
ing Weston to resido in western Or
gon. A delightful social hour was
followed by the serving of appetiz
ing refreshments. Mrs. Amy Van
Skiver poured, and Mrs. F. I).
Watts assisted in receiving the
for decorating and beauti
fying walls and ceilings.
We have it in white and
many attractive colors.
DeMoss Furniture Store
who have been visiting with Mrs.
Jenks' parents, Rev. and Mrs. P. J.
Starmer, returned Monday to their
home near Albany, Oregon.
The Judge Kennedy estate of
2.160 acres at Waitsburg has been
divided and sold in five farms for
an aggregate of $338,400. One
tract of 1140 acres brought $150 an
Thomas Riley, 81 years old, and
also a former Miltonite. Mr. Ban
ister served two years in France
with the British army, and rote
from the ranks to be first lieuten
ant. He is an advertising man in
civil life, and leaves soon for San
Francisco in pursuance of his work.
It is reported that a young man
from Baker who came over for the
express purpose of "cleaning" his
brother-in-law, was himself nsatly
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Mrs. Riley, 79 yrs old, have'cele- lcaned'" went J1015 """
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
brated their sixtieth wedding anni
versary at Toppenish, Washington.
They were married at Carlisle, Ken
tucky. John Banister Junior has leased
the Tassey Stewart farm of 800
acres in the Helix neighborhood on
a grain rent proposition. He gets
three-fifths of the crop and pays the
Henry Barrett of Athena came
through town Sunday with some
big game meat from the Salmon
river country, where his sheep are
ranging. He rejwrts many bear
and deer in that region.
Max Kidder and family and Len
Kidder and family left this week
by automobile for California, where
they expect to reside. Max Kid
der has leased his place near
Miss Edna Mayhall, niece of Mr.
and Mrs. E. 0. DcMoss of this city
and a former student of Weston
High school, was united in mar
riage September 13 at Kansas City
to Mr. Fred W. Sylvester. The
bridegroom but lately returned
from overseas service. ,, ,.
Mrs. Lilian Fredericks has enroll
ed a class of earnest pianoforte stu
dents for the coming year's work.
Included therein are Lorna Camlin,
Irene Banister, Minnie Chapin,
Pauline Rayborn, Emma Thoeny,
Velma Banister, Evelyn Sowers,
Irene Anderson and Lois Saling.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Dowd were
visiting in Weston this week from
their Washtucna farm, which Mr.
Dowd has leased to his nephew.
They are going before long to Seat
tle to visit the Wesley M. Carters,
and expect afterward to sail for
Honolulu, where their daughter,
Mrs. Butler Smith, resides.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Jeffrey
were in Weston Saturday on their
way from Dubois, Idaho, where
they have disposed of their inter
ests, to Spokane. They expect to
locate on a small irrigated tract
near that city. Mr. and Mrs.
Jeffrey were former residents of
Weston uplands, and were warmly
greeted by friends here.
Miss Edna Hollcnbeck of the
High School faculty remarks upon
the wonderful clearness of Wes-
ton '8 atmosphere, which is very con
ducive to astronomical observations.
Just at present interest centers in
Fomalhaut, the star of autumn.
Every evening it appears a con
spicuous, impressive object serenely
trailing along over the small arc
of its circle in the south, with no
companion near it, and apparently
no need of one to enhance its splen
dor. There were thirteen guns in the
party of Athena and Weston hunt
ers who lately visited the Portu
guese Joe ranch as guests of Chance
Rogers, and they bagged one hun
dred ducks. In this respect thir
teen was a lucky number. In an
other it wasn't, as they encountered
en route what the oldest inhabit
ants described as the fiercest dust
storm that ever swept over eastern
Washington. Porter of Weston is
said to have served very capably
and intelligently as camp chef,
while Culley merely hunted.
The meeting took place on Basket
mountain, and is said to have been
Edgar Simpson has returned
from the old mining town of Pierce
City, Idaho, where he visited a
placer dredge and was much inter
ested in its oieration. He was
also the guest of Matt Erb and fam
ily at Greer, Idaho.
The last thresher to leave the
field in this section of the county
finished work this week. It was
operated by Warren Walters on
the breaks of Couse creek. .
Miss Fay Warren is the guest of
Miss Bernicc Richmond at Walla
Walla, following a recent operation
for the excision of her tonsils.
H. P. Smith and family left Dry
creek this week for their new home
near Waitsburg, where Mr. Smith
has leased 900 acres.
Miss Dorothy Bulfinch has been
engaged to teach the school in dis
trict No. 55 for the coming year
Mrs. Ernest Reynolds of Tacoma
is visiting at the home of Mrs.
Tbe aFarmers Bank of Weston
In order to avoid penalty, last
half of 1918 taxes should be
paid on or before October 5th.
SAVE AND PAY UP
It's toasted to in
crease the good,
of the Kentucky
A regular man's
smoke and delicious!