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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1920)
You cannot U'lii-vo that ALL ranifc uro "Ih'1." How will you He
cliltt which ono will Hurt your rti--lrciiiint and expectations T The
atmwvr I by rloiw mul lntHllKt'i.t I '(IkuIH'Ii. You must have
fart to lm your Judgment umui. VVr inr.ti,t a frw FACTS about
"MONAIU II KatiKea fact thul tmvc hu n ihhviii i vt-r and over.
Monarch Kaiiuva am made of MAI.LKAIil.K Iron sitmy combined
with steel nluIeK bcrauno inallinlilo iron will NOT rrark or break.
The ton la niailo livht enough to hrat thru quickly ami with little
All floor! anil rxiHinnl part an thu mailt) liKht for convvn
lent handling but will not break in shipping or dally line. 8UI
plates are Uh'iI for the oven and body Ixiauno they hav ample
strength and will NUT nark undi-r cunUiit expannlun and rontrac
tln. Mlli'jn iron ixriiutii the Joint U-twwn utrt-l and iron to be
HIVKTKI. making Hum permanently TIGHT. Tight jointk increase
the vflVii'iiry of the range by more than 50 Hriciit. Tightness ii
gained by rlveiing-The MONAKCII Way.
No Hunt thu flue lininit are of vitreous enamelled atetd sheets it
cannot rust. It cover the espnaml part of the oven and body, giving
effective protot'tion against runt.
Theae are the things you want In a range: Quick Results Kcon
omy In the u' of furl Dvnlnlilo Service J'erfwt C'ooking Qual
ities, Yearn of ronntant service have proved that the "MONARCH"
will rive entire satisfaction.
8TOVK RKI'AIKS Order them NOW. If you will need parU for
your Move or hrater tin fall. Rive us your order NOW and have
(time when needed. Factories are alow to ship and freight move
lowly, Order NOW and bo ready.
Vho Davis -Kaser Co.
tOMM.KTK HOMK FrRNISIIINt; DEI'ARTMKNT STORE
10-20 ALUKK 8TKEKT - WALLA WALLA. WASH.
BUTTER WRAPS at Leader; Shop
One hundred 1 GO
Each additional hundred 0 75
TERMS CASH ONLY
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 Fgg Mash.
Try a Sack of our Popular Graham.
J. A. LUMSDEN - - Proprietor
FOR COLORING OLD
AND NEW STRAW HATS
EASY TO APPLY
II. GOODWIN, Druggist
Mr. and Mra. Vernon O'llarra and
Mr. J, K. Junea motored Monday to
Dayton, accompanying Albert O'
llarra. Freah milk cow for aalv. Mra. Lil
Among the graduates at O. A. C.
are the following students, register
liilf from Umatilla county: Domestic
Science, Mint Pearl Bradley, Milton;
Mis Helen Seta, Milton; Mia Ruth
Stewart, Athena. Commercial, Emil
Scibert, Pendleton. 4
The condition of (.laud Price i re
ported thii week to be quite serious.
Dr. Krylor waa called from Walla
Walla Sunday to attend him.
Mr. and Mra. E. M. Smith and
Mr. and Mra. Nelson Jonua left Sun
day by automobile for Portland, and
enjoyed a beautiful rido over the Co
lumbia Klver highway. Mr. Smith
attenda the atate meeting of bank
era at KuRene and the Masonic
grand lodge at Portland. Mra.
Smith represents Crescent chapter at
the grand chapter of the Eastern
Star. Mr. arid Mra. Jones will viait
friemla in Portland and Seattle.
One of the freight trucka plying
between Pendleton and Walla Walla
turned over on ila aide Monday at a
point went of Weston and waa ruined
by Are which followed the miihap.
Part of ita load of goods waa de
stroyed. It ia said the truck waa not
Miss Pauline Rayborn was oper
ated upon laat Friday at St Antho
ny's hospital in Pendleton, following
an acute attack of appendicitis. Her
condition is reported very satisfac
tory at the present time.
Sim J. Culley left Monday for
American Falls to look after his in
terest in southern Idaho.
Miss Joule Lavender, who ia now
head stenographer in the office of the
Portland Realty board, is visiting at
the home of her , parents, Mr. and
Mrs. D. F. Lavender.
A quartet of local Dokies Jim
Lieuallen, I'crd McBridc. Les Wilaey
and Ven Belt attended the recent
ceremonial at Kennewick . of the
Knighta of Khorassan. They report
Earl Dudley waa here Wednesday
from his Helix farm, greeting hia
numerous Weston friends. Earl had
couple of eight-mule, teams along,
and loaded the outfit with rolled bar
ley at the Lumsden mill.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bonewiti have ,
returned from a visit at the home of
their daughter. Mra. E. L. Withers,
in Baker. Oregon.
George Blomgren is home from
Corvallis, having completed the
Freshman .year at O. A. C.
Mr. and Mra. Henry Thompson of
Gibbon were guests Sunday at the J.
E. Jonea residence while on then- way
to the S. G. Price farm on Weston
The mother of J. M. Wroe ar
rived Monday from Iowa to visit Mr.
Wroe and family at their home on
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Smock re- ""
turned Monday from a visit to their j
daughter, Mrs. H. J. Driskcll. at agination overtime, it is said, in cx
Dayton, where they afto attended plaining the accident to his parents
"Dayton day." having evolved a yam to the effect
Ed. May of Oregon City, who scv- that passing motorist had used his
eral years ago made his home on the finger as a target. In this case, how
mountain, is by this time a happy. ever, fiction was stranger than
man if a sack of the famous Weston truth.
mountain spuds shipped by hia son,.. Miss Beulah Caplinger of Portlund
Charles L. May, has reached him WM here this week, visiting friends,
Wanting to make "Dad" present," while on her way to Seattle. She
Charles could think of nothing that wjjj be the guest there of her broth
would probably be more acceptable. er, Chester, who for a number of
Mrs. Albert O'llarra and son year8 has been head clerk of one of
and Mrs. Ernest Haney have been Seattle's big hotels. Miss Beulah is
visiting relatives at Craigmont, a member of the clerical force of the
'Idaho. O-W. general office at Portland.
Mrs. Walter Webb and daughter A f(jw Jemy milk CU8tomers want
Ora left Monday to visit her mother Mrs F q Lucas,
near Eugene, who is In failing prince of
Mr and Mrs. Geo. B. Carmich.el c Order of Knight, of Khoras
1 Mr.ii. ur.ii. san will be in Walla Walla July 5,
moioreu 10 me tt una n mum ...v. , , . .ii. i
' , . . . . . . Tl. and July 6 will lead
Sunday for a fishing trip. They " .
found water plentiful and trout
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HE'S THE OLD RELIABLE
GRAND old "Bull". He's the best there
is. He sold over 300,000,000 bags last
year. . .
You know genuine "Bull" Durham
never an enemy; millions of friends.
Genuine "Bull" Durham tobacco you
can roll 50 cigarettes from one bag.
That's some inducement, nowadays.
m ilk I K Jlt V&fiiy
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To pipe smokers :
Mix a little "BULL
your favorite to
bacco. It's like sugar
in your coffee.
TROY LAUNDRY CO. 1 1 Dr. S. L KHuIARD
Leave your bundles on the 1
porch MONDAY and f
or our House-to-House Service
"We Wash Everything
But the Baby."
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pr trx f.M ykf.'MTi 7i7i ffl T " BBQiSISSS j
and Dodge Extras
A JAX antt DIATtiOND TIHES
Gasoline, Oils and
(J. F. SNIDER)
CENERRL BLHCKSmiTHINC at Snider Shop
Mrs. D. L. Camblin, son and
a caravan from
Walla Walla to Lewiston. Idaho,
'where will be held the biggest cere-
mnHt.l Aval Irnnurn in th North west.
Mr. and Mrs. George Stag-fc-s ar- Dokies are expectir.g to at-
rived inursaay xrom a opoKane iur Jn force
m VISK at vne numo ui jui. uvskbo :
al if r xv A.kllUa After
Srtment of Washington SUU Col- f " i'TM
lege, George has just taken the .tot? 8chw1 in September,
examination at Spokane. , Newton Loveridge has improved
Mrs. Earl G. Olsen was here this 'his residence property w.th a coat of
week from Vaky Chapel for a visit pa.nt, thereby - g.vmg it a very
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. ttract.ve appearance.
Hodgson ' Peter Hass and family motored to
Theodore Horn, 16 years old. the 'Wall. Wall. Sunday for . day's visit
youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. with friends.
Horn and brother of Mrs. G. G. El-, James Ashworth has recently
lis, was killed a few "days ago by the placed in his garden some fine speci
accidental discharge of his gun mens of Bing cherry and Delicious
while he was crawling through a apple trees secured from the Milton
fence. The family reside seven nursery. A number of red and black
miles from Filot Rock. raspbepry bushes and Everbearing
Master Tommy Lieuallon and a lit- strawberry plants have also been set
tie s" of Lewis P. Gilliland were put by this thnfty gardener, who
nlaying the other day on Pino creek hopes the sugar shortage wall be .
town. "hen Tommy shot . thing of the past when font hangs
hole through one of his fingers with Jieavy upon the v.nes.
22-calibre pistol which he had Miss Gladys Smith is visiting this
4...... A Im tkA nmiaA and .ovouslv d- week with Dr. and Mrs. H. Zophar
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propriated. Tommy worked his im- Tharpe. at Astoria.
Thrift ia the saving of time, energy, resources,
wages or profits. It means a home of your own,
contentment, education and comfort for your child
ren, a book to read, a day now and then for recrea
tion, a bulwark against the day of need, and inde
pendency that lengthens and sweetens life. GET
ONE OF OUR LIBERTY BELL BANKS.
ONE DOLLAR is sufficient, earning four percent
interest In this way you can begin systematic
saving at home which will, in the end, prove of un
told value to you.
Tbe Fanners Bank of Weston