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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (May 7, 1920)
Influence of Furniture
June 4th and 5th
June 4th and 5th
Good furniture has u genuine Inces
Kant appeal. The natinfying joy of
j)088C88ion the charm it lenda to the
home the ease and cor fort it jjives
all make it an investment worth while.
Our stocks are so complete that you
will find choosing here a pleasure.
Let us Bervo you.
Vho Davis -Kaser Co.
Complete Furnmhem of HomeH, Offices
Churches and SchoolH.
10-20 Alder St Walla Walla. Wash.
BUTTER WRAPS at Leader; Shop
One hundred 1 50
Each additional hundred 0 75
THE WESTON MILLS
will ROLL, GRIND or CLEAN
your grain, and will give prompt atten
tion to orders for anything in its line.
and Poultry Food
Hay, Rolled Barley. Oats, Wheat and
Millfeeds. Chicken Feeds, includ
ing Corn, Wheat, Scratch Food, Bone,
. Shell, Grit, Meat Scraps-and FggMash.
Try a Sack of our Popular Graham.
J. A. LUMSDEN - - Proprietor
TUK IAJLUKIINU ULU
AND NEW STRAW HATS
EASY TO APPLY
, ATTRACTIVE COLORS
H. GOODWIN. Druggist
Preston-Shaffer Milling Co.
Athena, Oregon . Waitsburg, Wish.
Made of selected bluestem in one of the
best equipped mills in the Northwest.
Sold in Weston by
Weston Mercantile Company
Mr. and Mr. B. L. Blomgren mo
tared over from Wall Walla Mon
day. All billa of the Weston garage are
dua tho first of earl) month. J. Y.
Dr. Kennard aold Light Four
Overland Monday to D.. B. Banister
Jack Harmon in bark on the Job at
the KnMcr blackiimitli shop after
week of Ulnvss.
II. A. iKiwd haa ruturned from
Waslitucna, and la uy hauling hla
large mountain" potato crop.
Mr. Ilattie WiUcy haa returned
from an extended vUlt with relatives
and friends In Walla Walla.
James Klllgore and Charlea Wilson
were In town a few days thia week
from the Scott Banister farm near
G. A. It. Mttirvw ia up from Port
land, looking after hia land Interests
and greeting hia numerous friends
in thia congenial burg.
"Unit" Fink ia out and about
again after hia long illness, but will
have to overcome hia habit of indus
try for several months.
Mrs. M. C. Ferguson has returned
from Pendleton, where she haa been
attending her little grandson at the
home of Ceo. Ferguaon.
Mrs. May Brouillard and Mr. and
Mrs. Burn ham motored up from Pen
dleton Sunday for few hours' visit
with the Emcit Ross family.
Put out of commission by sickness,
John McCibbon has returned from
Pendleton, where he has been em
ployed with the Overland Sales Co.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lumsden and
Mrs. Ralph C. Saling were in Athena
Tuesday evening and attended a
birthday party in honor of Mrs. Lilla
Vernon O'Harra has been compelled
for the present to relinquish his
wood-sawing operations with the
Arm of O'Harra A Jones, on account
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Douglas of lone
were visiting in Weston Saturday.
They were acompanicd by their son,
Flevnor Douglas, and grandson, Don
Miss Anice Barnes has concluded a
very successful school year at Home
stead, Oregon, and arrived home
Tuesday to spend the vacation period
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Rowland are re
ceiving congratulations upon the pro
motion of their son, R. L. Rowland,
to bo district engineer in charge of
the Seattle office of the Portland Ce
Mrs. Lillian McMorris, who has
been the guest of her sister, Mrs. L.
S. Wood, left today for Pendleton
to visit another sinter, Mrs. Abbio
Mays. She will return next week to
her home in Portland.
Merritt A. Baker, government
oserver, reports tho April precipita
tion to have reached a total of four
and one-eighth inches for April and
those who were out in the numerous
"April showers" can well believe the
figures. The normal rainfall for
April was considerably exceeded.
Mountain farmers have been tak
ing advantago of the bright weather
to do their spring seeding and to
haul potatoes. Spuds have dropped,
now that the mountain crop is avail
able. One sale of a carload at $7.50
a sack is reported. Fred Henderson
brought down a couple of hundred
sacks which he sold two months ago
Frequent inquiries from would-be
investors have elicited the informa
tion that it isn't a mine which Walt
Webb and Chars. E. Hall are digging
on Main street and C. W. Avery is
superintending. A water main is be
ing dug out and elevated so that it
can be run across Pine creek above
the surface of the stream. It has
been under the creek, and was found
to have burated.
Last Thursday afternoon Miss
Helen Counihan conducted the last
lesson in the Red Cross course on
Home Hygiene and Care of the Sick.
Examinations covering the entire
course were taken by the following
class members: Mesdames Letha
King, N. P. Bennet, W. S. Payne, S.
J. Culley and H. Goodwin. A num
ber of young women, students of the
High school, also participated in the
Tho Epworth League of the M. E.
Church, South, held an interesting
business and social meeting in the
church parlors last Friday evening.
Officers for the ensuing year were
elected as follows: President, Theo
dore Walden; vice president, Mina
Price i secretary, Walter Rayborn;
treasurer, Mrs. Will S. Price. After
the business session games and char
ades afforded merriment, and lusty
appetites were appeased by a sub
You Are Always
We are pleased to have you drop in, at any and
all times, and make this your headquarters while
in town. We Are at Your Service.
JONES ii JONE
HARDWARE IMPLEMENTS LIMBER
June 4th and 5th
June 4th and 5th
The home of Prof, and Mrs. F. C.
Fitspatrick was the scene Saturday
morning of a charming May day
breakfast in honor of the Senior
cluss of Weston High school and
their advisor, Miss Lurline Brown,
served by the Misses Edna Hollen
brckand Frank Harris Davis. Class
colors of yellow and green appeared
in house and table decorations, and
were emphasised in the delicacies
upon the bil of fare. Those present
pronounced it a novel and delightful
affair. At the conclusion of the re
past, the class proceeded to Pendle
ton to witness the county athletic
Joe Cannon of Athena went out
this week with a combination truck
and car of the Dodge manufacture,
from the Weston garage.
Fred Henderson was down from
Weston mountain Tuesday, attending
to business errands.
(Telephone 83.) Monday, Wed.
and Friday. Evenings by
DR. N. P. BENNET
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Leave your bundles on the
porch MONDAY and , f
for cur House-to-House Service
"Wo Wash Everything
But the Baby."
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rnone your aray urueis
93, or call at store
At Memorial Hall Theatre
This Saturday evening, Louis Ben
nison in "Sandy Burke of the U Bar
U," a breesy western film drama of
Goldwyn production. Prices 25-15.
. Next Tuesday evening, Dorothy
Phillips in "Paid in Advance," a
splendid Universal super special in
seven reels. This is a companion
piece to "Back to God's Country,"
both by James Oliver Curwood, and
is another real thriller. Prices 35-15.
Bright . new comedies with both
shows. Attend, and help buy new
seats for Memorial Hall.
Dr. S. L HMD
:i Veterinary Surgeon jj
Davis & Ellis 1 1 phone " Main 253 1
Prince Albert II. No. 11361, will
make the season in and around Wes
ton. For reference, see Lafe Mc
Bride. S. I. BIRDSELL.
A. M. JENSEN CO.
Hemstitching, Pecot, Chain Stitch
ing Embroidery, Braiding, Plain
Stitching, Button Holes and Buttons
MRS. C. E. FERGUSON
Phcne 036. Walla Walla, Wash.
ELECTRIC SUPPLIES AND
Estimates Furnished Free on All
Kinds of Work.
' All Work Guaranteed.
Phone No. 433
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SAVE FOR OLD AGL
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But three men in every hundred are self-supporting or
"financially fixed" at 65 years, according to statistics.
Are you to be one of the three or one of the 97? Nqw is the
time to decide. Answer by opening a Term Savings Ac
count fn this bank now. Your small beginning will soon
grow to such proportions as will mean independence for you.
One dollar deposited in a Savings Account here gives you
one of these Liberty Bell Home Banks to drop your odd
change in. . .
The Farmers Bank o( Weston
Freewater, Or. 5AvttMS