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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1920)
More Electric Washers
Sold During the Last Fourteen Months
Than in the Previous Fotirleeii Yearn!
Which is only added proof tfiat what
was "jjood nioiitfh for our grandmoth
ers" is not good enough for us!
The modern farmer has gathered
around him the latest types of farming
machinery automatic if it can be had
he has bought hw!oiii;!j'Vn and in
stalled electric lighting systems. All
of this to save time and hard labor
and to produce better results.
The sensible housewife of today want
the most efficient labor and time saving
devices that can Ik had; and that is
right reasoning, also.
A "One Minute Klcctric Washer"
$2 DOWN AND $2 A WEEK!
Vho Davis - Kaser Cd.
.10 20 Abler St. (O.M t'ellowa Temple) Walla Walla.
BUTTER WRAPS at Leader Shop
One hundred " 1 GO
Each additional hundred 0 75
Mrs. Z. C. I'rJcf the gavtt of fcVmy.VAVAVAVAW
honor at a surprise dinner party ecl-
Mlirklini hnm lAth tilrftwlav. at Ifui
-"". . - - - i - - .
j Mr. Claude rrk planned all the i
for sale. Inquire
at thl olllif.
Dr. N. P. Bennet, dentist.
No. 8.1, Wealurt.
Mm. I l-y Winn i slowly recover
iiitt from a never attack of Influ
ent. MrH. .1. A. l.uniKilcn in vinitinif
wilh friend ami rclutivr in Port
land. j J)
"Ilu" 1'iHk 1 ill at liia farm
home with an attack of stomach
Mm, Ituhard English wa a week
end visitor at the hmtie of Mr. Ar
Dr. F. I. WatU wan absent during
part of the week on a business trip
Ilcrt DcMos came down from
Ourbank, Wash., thin week to visit t
hi big brother. V.
tail of the event, and 22 relative
gathered to wish the hoiioree many
happy returnJt of the iluy. The din-
ncr itself wan a delectable fimtt, the
Phone favorite family dinhe appearing In
the retinue of the banquet, and mver
(Jul the festal rxianl iliuplay a mure
goodly and gracious amM-nihlage of
countenance. Muic and conversa
tion touching upon family topic
rounded out an afternoon of genuine
di'light which rauiied, each one prev
ent to feel in hitch good humor wilh
Mm fellow-being and himself.
At the iuarterly conference meet
ing held Monday evening at the M.
K. (,'hurrh, South, it wa decided to
erect a new parsonage of attractive
design and modern apixjintinciitn.
Iti'V. A. J. Stunner left Tuesday
morning for a district conference
meeting at Julictta, Idaho. From
there he goc to Peach, Washington,
assist in a revival meeting. Kev.
W. Achilex will occupy the local
Having taken over the DcMoss Furniture
Store we will appreciate the patronage of the
people of Weston and vicinity, which we will
endeavor to merit by careful attention to
their wants. Quality and price both consid
ered, we are confident that our well-selected
stock will appeal to the discriminating buyer.
A large, varied and attractive showing of
new goods just received by Mr. DeMoss may
be seen on our floor. We invite a call.
ARTHUR M. ROSS
Mm. E. M. Smith ha been quite
ill during the punt week with an at
tack of tonsilitl.
Mi Ethel Johnson of Athena in
visiting at the home of her sinter,
Mm. W. Il. ltooher.
John Jlaiiiittcr Junior watt here
from hia Helix ranch last week to
attend the farm school.
For Sale A awoct. toned cabinet
organ in good condition. Price rea
sonable. Mm. E. M. Smith.
' Mm. John Barne and children of
Athena were week-end gucHla at the
S. A. Barnes home in thin city.
pulpit in the morning, and Mm. II. S.
Shanglu will give the evening ad
dress, next Sunday. The public in
cordially invited to attend.
Tom PiKgini) Junior, a rather ven
tiireiuimc youth of Basket mountain,
tried to ride a BUer the other day in
the field where hi father' stuck in
pasturrd, beyond Walla Walla. lie
playfully juniied from liia home to
the steer' back and stuck wilh the
surprised and angry animal for
awhile. When thrown he Buffered a
wrenched shoulder and a sprained
leg, and several of bin teeth were
jarred loose, lie ha since been
riding a pair of crutches at a Walla
We Advise the Public
that The Weston Mills, with new
management, continues the motto: "We
Serve to Suit."
Hay, Rolled Barley, Oats, Wheat and
Millfeeds. Chicken Feeds, includ
ing Corn, Wheat, Scratch Food, Done,
Shell, Grit, Meat Scraps and Fgg Mash.
Try a Sack of our Popular Graham.
J. A. LUMSDEN - Proprietor
Mm. S. J. Culley spent the week
end with relative! in Walla Walla, Walla hospital.
returning home Monday afternoon. yrvi jjeth ha told the Marshall
John Reynold ha again estab- place of ICO acre on Reed and Haw
Untied himself at the old aland a a ley mountain to J. McLouth fur
junk merchant, and ia doing a lively $0200. About 150 cord of wood arc
business, included. Mr. Heath, who came from
Mr. If. C. Fetter came over from Stanfleld, handled the place profita
Freewater Friday for brief vUit b'y during hi brief ownership ami.
with her parent, Mr. and Mr. Wm, cxpreca much confidence in moun
Driskcll. BO''- Mr. McLouth is a man of
Miaa' Wav.1 OHarra i. aitinir miy nd comt8 from the John Va
i-l..rb in h. millinrv Honartmpnt Country.
of the Weston Mercantile during the "nd f
Dry Meacbam WOOD
Your orders solicited, and
will bo promptly filled at
right price. Phone 272 or 93.
WESTON TRANSFER CO.
GILBERT G. ELLIS, Mgr.
WESTON BATHS. BARBER
and TAILOR SHOP
R. L. Reynaud
Joe l-awiwii, well known Freewat
eritc, was here Tuesday,' looking af
ter his Weston interests. He motor
ed over with hi nephew, R. L. Law
son. Mr. and Mm. Frank liildebrand
havt returned from a month' sojourn
in California, resulting in much im
provement in the health of Mrs. Ilil-dvbrand.
Athena, who has rented
The annual election of officers of
Weston Library board was held at
the home of Mm. J. II. Price Monday
afternoon. ' Executives chosen for
the ensuing year are: Mrs. W. S.
I'ricc, president; Mrs. C. F. Bulfinch,
vice president; Mm. If. Goodwin, sec
retary and treasurer. Finance com
mittee members are Mewlumes S. A.
l!;t rues nnd Charles I'inkerton. The
book committee consists of Me'
a short visit with Wes-
AUTO TOP DRESSING
Water proof" and will not fade.
Try a can. For sale by
Goodwin's Drug Store
Mm. Mary Nelson and Mr. and Mm.
V. II. Chastain motored over from .laims l F. liulfinch and W. S. Trice.
their home in the Walla Walla valley . .,, ,h.. ...,.! .,f WW.
ton and vicinity was held at Memo
rial hall to discuss the state hiidi-
J. W. Porter came over from Free- Way route question. State Commis-
water Sunday to spend tho day with Bj0ncr Kiddle, Engineer Bennett
his family and perform his duties an, members of the county court
as superintendent of the Methodist wore present. Water street was
Sunday school. confirmed as the hinhway route
tion to the Athena-Weston posfa throujrh Weston. This route was
staff of twirlera. Carmen is some utrongly favored in remarks by
ij ball tosser, having had the advantage (.ommissioner mikiic.
M of working out under the exjwrt eye Carmen Oliver is in Weston again,
v. - - - - - - - .wi mil num..' v v r .w.w,
H Mr. and Mr. J. Ilarl Williams were visiting at the Ellsworth Woods
hostavfor a Jolly dinner party last ranch. Carmen was m the naval
Prcston-Shaffcr 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 Gompany
Thursday evening, their guest be- service during Undo bams unpleas
ing the Misses Lurline Brown, Edna antness with tho llohenzollern
llollenbeck and Frank Harris Davis, crowd. He expect to remain during
O. X Adams, of the Liberty Auto th summer and local legionaries are
aold a nifty Ford touring car the congratulating themselves over the
other day to Fred Henderson, who prospect of securing him as an ad.li
will now be able to show a little A goodly delegation of Weston Odd
speed when coming down from his Fellows attended the recent annual
mountain fann. district convention of the order at
Alva Shumway, Charles Winn, Freewater, and report a grand time
Frank Winn and J. P. Lieuajlen with their brethren. Some 300 people
were among tho cattlemen noticed were present, and were very enjoy
on our atrecta the other day. They oly entertained. Supper was served
camo in to attend a meeting of the dic uf the Christian church,
stockmen'a association. The silver cup offered as a prize in
. o. i i . tho contest was won by Pendleton.
Rev. W. R. Storms left for Port- ,
land Tuesday to attend the Baptist Agent Dames of the Pacific Coast
Wevator Co. finished shipping this
Ail t, nni n.inUtpr in tho tt week 30,000 bushels
r exneeted to be nresent at this wheat, No. 1 and No
OF ALL KINDS
HIDES. PELTS. &c.
An absolutely safe invest
ment. If you have money to in
vest, buy Liberty Bonds from us.
If you sell Liberty Bonds, sell
We buy and sell Liberty Honds.
Any denomination $50 $100
James L. Elam
Walla Walla - - Washington
Dr. S. L KEtillARD
Hospital at corner of Main
and Broad streets.
t Phone Main 253
and Real Estate
LIFE HEALTH FIRE
Do you want
to sell your
it is salable
I 1 CAN SELL IT
W WW V WWW!
Phone your dray orders, 8
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s vi, or call at store.
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Davis & Ellis I
bitf pastoral gathering:.
, For Sale 560 acres good wheat
land; .100 acres sowed to fall wheat;
ono mile from station. Creek runs
through one corner of place. Price
$35.00 per acre. By owner, Seymour
P. Wilson, lone, Oregon.
A Dry creek family, Bert Boylen,
his v'tf am' two children, are all re
ported to lie iuflueniut patient in a
Walla Waila hospital. Mr. Boylen
suffered a relapse, and his condition
is said to bo quite serious.
For $ale Timber ranch on Uas-
1 and No 2 club, to the
Atlantic coast, via Omaha. The
wheat went out in bulk, and is per
haps the largest shipment ever made
across tho 'continent from Weston
Weaton has regained William Bea
ton and family, who have returned
from Stanfleld after an absence of
nearly two years, to again make their
homo in this city. Mr. Beaton and
family have moved into the Fred Du
puis cottage, and he will be regular
ly employed at Reynadd's barber
Tho March Cth meeting of the
Saturday Afternoon club scheduled to
The Farmers Bank of Weston
ket mountain; 34 acres tall timber;
0 acres cleared and partly cultivat- be held at tho home of Mrs. E. M
ed; good water; good house and Smith will convene at the club room
barn. Just the thing for wood cut- in Memorial hall in accordance with
ters; consideration f 1500. Inquire at a change in arangeincnts. Mosdames
thi ofllce. - Sim J. Culley and Elmer Tucker will
Mrs. Will . NorDean and little be hostesses for the affair,
daughter have recovered from the "Grandad" Baker had the pleasure
influenaa at their home in Baker, of receiving the subjoined telegram,
Oregon. Will himself was fortunate signet! "Gilbert," and dated at Salt
enough to escape the affliction. Ike. Utah, February 25: "Fear not,
Mrs. E. M. Warren, who has been for behold, I bring you tidings of
with them for an extended visit and great joy! For unto us was born in
who haa been quite seriously ill, la the City of Zion a real Abraham Lin-
now regaining her health. coin Junior."
June 30, 1919, resources of all banks in the
United States were:
Banks under Stafcp Charters
Banks under National Charters
Difference; favor of State Banks. .$ 5,lJ6,125,836-.30
In Dollars there is strength. We hold a