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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1920)
Why Pay Exorbitant
Come to Morrow county
and buy choice Wheat Land
that will make you good re
turns raising wheat and in
two years will make you
We have large, choice
tracts on good terms.
Will Bcathe ami
buck to their mountain farm from
Mis Cornelia Man-in of Salem,
state librarian; Mist Sabra Naion,
county libarrian. together with other
librarlana from Hood River, The Dal
les, La Grande and neighboring cl-
ties, and a number of prominent l"en
Reunion Dates and Committees
Friday and Saturday, Jims 4 and
8, were fixed at the dates of the next
annual meotlfcp of the Oregon I'lo
neers of I'niunila rounty, at a moot
ing Monday held in the
iointment of tha following commit
Grounds -J. M. Aahworth, V. II.
Could, l. R. Van Winkle.
Finance! 11. PavtV, Nelson It.
Music J. It. Prlc. O. A. Adami,
noeoratloM-S. J. Culley, Claud
'rlr, C. L. rinkvrton.
illiwtoiV Jones. W. A. Barnes.
family have move,! d,clon womn wr cit,y a,V room of Tho Farmer' Hank of We. Program-J. It. William,
untain farm from dy nwn "wiwctin the local i- ton M L W(UU )lvilll,lt of , FlUpatrlck, (lurk Wood.
association, came over from Ath ( oiuTKton-U I. uuarra,
.t a t 11 L'.ll..,.
ena to preside, ana siarieu mo iteynaiw, n. . mwi.
subscrlntiou ball rolling with an Printing S. A. Ilarnea,
encouraging momentum by an otter Milton, F. C. Greer,
of S0, which generous boost was Speakers K. M. Kmlh. Frank
No doubt is felt that the forthcom- Price, W. U Kayborn.
grouted with pronounced applause. Sports J. M. Price, J. F. Snider,
inir reunion will prove to bo the most r. (. Lucas.
brary and Memorial hnll. Mm Mar
vin save a ihort addrea on the du-
Manager Harbour I petting the tu, m jv.ponsibilities of library
Weston brickyard in readiness for in relation to civic welfare
the season's run. which was greatly enjoyed. Mentor-
Mr. and Mrs. R. Morrison and G. ial hall and its equipment received
S. Taylor drove In from the ranch much commendation and praiso. LI
Wednesday for a brief sojourn in brary board member who received
Tall of Cold Wave.
This county ha been rxperlone.
Inir results from the tall end of the
cold wavs that struck Colorado and
the middle west Inst week. Rain,
snow and wind ha been our portion,
with cold nights on the side, for sov
the guests were:
Mrs. James II. Trice and Mrs. H.
left Saturday for Portland to attend Goodwin. The Weston ladies feel It
technical school as a itevernment was indeed a rare privilege to meet
Mrs. . o. 1TU' i ,... .. ,.,-,. fi, I . Ha.liri.i-.ll. flniKkvlii. I.eun
mini aathorings of pioneers held in dell. J. A. Lumsden.
Second - Hand Sad
dles. We will trade
new saddles for old
Harness Oiled for
$1.00 per set.
this group of bright, forward-think
ing women who arc keenly interest
ed in all activities making for the
development and betterment of the
state and its several communities.
Uoyd Killgoro is back in Weston
after an absence of three years, and
is manifestly enjoying tho renewal of
his association with the old home
town. He served two years and sev
en months in the United States navy,
both on battleships and destroyer.
HERE'S A FARM FOR YOU!
My mountain farm is for
sale or rent I will give any
oneeither buyer or renter
a bargain. Here's a snap
that someone is sure to
grab? Why don't you grab
I will be in Weston Mon
day and will go to the farm
for about ten days, and I
want to make a deal while
on the ground.
For other information see
Mr. Fred Heath at Athena.
Mrs. M. A. Heubcrger
President Watts announced the an
F.loctioii notices have been p-te4
l,un- in the precinct, of tha county calling
attention to the primary nonvnatm
Joo and special referendum lections, t
be held on Friday, May 21.
TROY LAUNDRY CO.
Leave your bundles on the
porch MONDAY and
for our House-to-House Service
"We Wash Everything
But the Baby."
OR EXTRA PANTS
With every "World" tailored
suit we will give aru elegant
made-to-order raincoat or extra-pants
Free for a short
All Wool Suits at Low Prices Made-to
Order by World Tailoring (X Chicago
Hundreds of superb all wool fabrics to pick
from. Tailored to perfection with ail wool
linings. Guaranteed to fit and give the ut
most satisfaction or money refunded.
BUY COW AND SAVE $20.00
This is an amazing bargain. Nothing like it
was ever attempted. ) Be wise! Save money!
Get an elegant all wool suit at a reasonable
price and an extra'pair of pants or a com
bined raincoat land top coat free. Clothes
prices will be much higher after July 1st.
R L. Reynaud
Weston Baths, Barber and Tailor Shop
Ilamp Booher. Cliff Culley and Ven
Bell attended the Dokte ceremonial
at North Yakima, and report a gor
At the recent Free Methodist con
ference in Walla Walla, Rev. Geo. T.
Klein was appointed pastor for Ath
ena and Weston mountain.
Rev. J. W. Slaton ot Dayton,
Wash., wil preach in the Baptist
church a Athena next Sunday, April
25, both morning and evening.
Mrs. Chas. L. May and little
daughter of Weston mountain are vis
iting at the J. E. Jones residence in
this city. The girl is receiving med
Chas. M. Schneider, formerly a
substantial farmer of Weston moun
tain, has bought 23 acres of land be
tween Mica and Valley Ford, Wash.
Mr. Schneider and family have mov
ed to their new home from Kahlotus.
Venue O'Harra and Ray Jones are
making good progress with their
wood-sawing operations on the
mountain, their new machine having
proved to be a real worker. It sawed
up a five-foot log in 12 minutes.
Frank IS'eild and family of Port
land are visiting at the G. W. Staggs
residence. They resided here some
16 years ago. Mrs. N'eild was for- . . , ,, ,. , M
merly Miss Minnie James, and was He was in foreign waters on convoy
reared in the Staggs household. Mr. duty during the war and visited I.iv
Neild is now a Portland contractor. erpool, England, and Brest, France.
J. A. Lumsdcn has been indulging Ho was also in Braiilian and Cuban
again in his favorite pastime of trad- waters while on this side of the pond,
ing farm stock. He sold three head nd regards his naval experience as
of work mules and soon afterward both valuable and interesting,
bought six head of horses, a wagon Letters have been received by local
and harness. The latter was secured residents purporting to be forwarded
from J. b. Dowker, who is moving to from Barcelona, hpain, ami urging
the vicinity of Spokane, where he has financial assistance in the release of
bought a grocery store. a prisoner. It would appear that
u r. .mi. . - n: foreign bunco artists think Ameri-
if f m c,., rn cons are rolling in m
Women's Clubs, is making a tour of ,ook,n for ways in wmch t9 8pt'nJ it
Eastern Oregon and will bo in Wes- Mr- "" Mrs. Clifford Metz, re
ton Tuesday afternoon, April 27. to "Ponsivc to the warmth of April sun
address the members of the Saturday "d '"e "PPl f budding life, moved
Afternoon club. The meeting will be week their Weston mountain
held in the club room of Memorial rnch. nd will watch contentedly
fc.ii .mi fun ttnHnr i. iIhikiI. the miracles of spring occurring in
their upland garden.
Ta.lr T nlAa ii ml a r Tim hova a
...a .. v m- J- A- Licuallen was in town the
, t . , ... other day on his return from Yakima i,
lalla, Oregon, to work at the Wcs- ... , .
wool har'est. He reports that Yak
ima sheepmen had cold weather for
shearing and lambing and lost much
of their Iamb crop.
Rev. Mark A. Phinncy has been re
lieved of pedagogical duties by the
return of Mrs. Luella Pinkerton to
the school room, and will henceforth
devote himself to parochial interests.
The minister's work as teacher was
The ladies of the Saturday After
noon club wil serve luncheon after
the motion picture entertainment
Saturday evening, April 24. The pro
ceeds will be used to put the park in
attractive condition for summer use.
are the dates set for the
Not too early to begin thinking of wearing apparel j
for the splendid occasion. This year the Picnic is to c j
be the biggest and best in its history and we want i
to look our best. ' j
Whether a spring coat for the ladies or a dainty Ej
dress or suit, we would advise you to make your se- i
lection while the line is full.
by i kwmmi
ton brickyard, of which Mr. Lutes is
a veteran employe. He bought not
long ago a nice tract of land near
Molalla containing 40 acres and
could dispose of it at a good ad
vance, but intends to make it his per
This is the marvel of our customers dainty, trans
parent creations handsomely tailored hats hats
with the touch of artistic beauty, becomingly
shaped, all for your inspection. An immense line
this season priced lower than you had expected, tj
Customers from a distance remark that they can h
Fellows,.liy Not a B
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic McGrcw mo
tored in from their Pea Jtidge ranch
Tuesday to look into the political
situation and comment upon the
prosperous conditions prevailing in
Till Taylor has filed for the dent
cratic nomination for sheriff. His re
publican opponent wil be Zoe'h lloun
cr, republican, and ex-sheriff of this
county. Mr. Houser resides at Echo.
Trajan Tucker, one of the enterpris
ing reservation farmers, was in town
Monday exchanging views on cur
rent topics with local merchants.
Mrs. .Tucker acompanicd him.
A fine assortment of choice fruits,
flowers and foliage was received this
week by Mrs. N. Loveridge and Mrs.
Frank Price from Mrs. C. M. Pierce
of Hollywood, California.
Mrs. O. T. Douglas is quite ill at
her home in this city. Mrs. James
Aahworth and Mrs. Ella Lavender
have been nursing her during the
Albert Gould and J. M. Wroe are
expected bock this week from Bur
bank with their household goods.
Their families have already returned.
Lady cook wanted on ranch; wages
$60 per month until harvest; during
harvest will pay harvest wages. Ad
dress Box 132, Pendleton, Or.
Grain bags -took another advance
of one cent this week, and are now
quoted at 23 cents.
Try Mitchell's Magic Marvel, the
Wash Day Wonder. A. Phillips,
state agent.' ''
Let us have .your order now and have it ready for S
From our sale we have several hundred pairs of j
short ends of stock that we shall continue to close c
vuu cvn but; suit piv.t. Mpivuuiu vcmiw aiiu iiic okjita tin jrvm vvum ut-nuc, uuii tt
a! ! i i x j ... x tV
me puce means a saving oi two 10 lour uonars per pair over present prices.
They are on the table and are a choice lot.
Our opinion is that at leat for the year to come .
Prices Will Tumble
I- just like sugar and overalls prices are tumbling. Disregard these reports and S
buy now, for every indication points to firm
prices for a year to come and