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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (July 2, 1920)
Special Mid - Summer
, .OOl Will. 1)1(1 VK THAT MKANS lilt; 8AVING8 FOIl
All throuuh tliu nioiilli or July nut going to ulTvr some very
km !ii values cm hiK'i iiuiity mer Iiuii.i..j : 1'hhIh that you ran ana
do Uw every (lny.
The Trie Reductions irt rcmarkuiilc, In view of Hie fuel that wt
cannot replace these good today at the tame prices Hint we are
offering them fur.
Throughout the atom, kvUh timm have been made of those articles
that you will want mcint at this time of year.
Thai good liavo been selected and undcrprlccd ti plcaiia you, an
we know of no belter way to retain Goodwill than to ulfor reliable
menlmndine at prices that mean great saving over today's regular
Every liepiiiinielit In thia St i if Store will have iccial Item on le
that will npH'al to vou from a miiiey-uving standpoint aa well aa
from tlio (Quality mile. It mean lint rlaaa good at genuine reduc
tion reduction that will put money In 'your pure.
THE EXCHANGE DEPARTMENT
Ha Home Yrry Special Valura In
It A KG EH and STOVES
(OOK IIOI'KK KITH. IKS
BEDS and MATTRESSES for lUrve.t Tim
YOU WANT VAl.tK-TIIKN tOMK TO KEH TIIK JULY
M'Kt IAI. Ot't'KIMNGH
Vhc Davis -Kaser Co.
Cunipk'to Home Furnishing Department Store
10-20 Alder St. Walla Walla. Waah.
Mr. J unci visited relative In Port
land and Seattle. Mr. and Mr.
Smith attended, respectively, the
grand lodge of Maaona and the grand
chapter of th Eastern Star at Port
land. At Seattle they visited Mm.
Kmlih'ai limlhfr. ami ulun fittirwf ami
Geo. Urmlrhael . well known a. a vUU), elfht CWIiJni , Mf Knth
pioneer farmer of the Weston neigh- whu, h m ot know wn
borhood, . reported to b. Improving ThrM of the , fUh
2T . S"""IU"h",Ul ,,n '' c"l"-t on. of the largest
Portland after an operation Sot ul- ,t cnterri.. In the North,
ccr.tlon and adhesion, of th. bowel.. wti Tm) jm f(und ,ine .
Mr. and Mr.. Jo. Hyatt art vl.lt- ,rtitM lM .,, wou(
Ing In Weston and vicinity from La MW h-v, gfAiM throuIh but fur
trosse, Waah. - . ,he M of rp,BtlvM ,, f,
Vernon O H.rr.'a knife slipped K,(er Fbe , Krulllin(l( llJftl,(
while he cutting off th. limb of t(ltldM ic S.turd.y and
tree the other day, and the bled. 8uil(,y ,t th(f chunh f tmj ,Jpi.lh.
tut deep gain In hi. left bleep.. Together with Mr. and Mr.
Two stitches were required to clos. uwy of -() JUwky m()u).
the wound. , , eu,, ri1.. , .nj-wuin..,! .
Mr. and Mr.. O A. Adam, "left dinncr Suri(, b Mrn H(JMn Tuik.
between two .un. about one o clock ff
Sunday morning on a Ford eacuralon "Ur. Mr,. wiMi,m ril(kl.
for on. week to their former home in M nhi Sower, and Mi.a Evelyn
i.m' i .. . ,, . ... ,l Sower, .pent the week-end in Five
Mr. and Mr.. W. H. Gould left U)e u of Mr n(J Mf
Sunday on their annual ramping trip ( (. .-ctl4,r
which will keep them away from '., ' M i..,,., .,, .,.',,
... ...ill u......t... f tl. a..t - ,...m.
part of the vacation period will be wevk vUUjn( wHh rt.Utivt,
.em at mngnam npringa. uur fyjt,nj,
they will Join the contingent recreat- MiM'Vcra Illinn delivered two very
lf.Mi(.".""LM ""I'-' ,. , instructive addrei.e. at the UniUI
P. T. Harbour and family returned Brolhren chlm.n u,t WedneH.Iy.
Monday from a camping trip to L.nnM,inu, ,h .f(J.rn,. ,.11, ln.
Mearham creek and the Umatilla
formal reception wax given in honor
BUTTER WRAPS at Leader,1 Shop
One hundred 1 50
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
j. if i .t i i i
river. ir. n.roour comoinea ou.i- ,)f Mi B,jnn fcy thc Mien of ,he
ne. with pliaaure by winding up the church. An knD..tl,init iunrh
county a.e..ment for hi. territory. .,, . n,,ri,ltt nt BnttA ...
Mr. and Mr.. J. H. Key returned Mn .niov,i h .11
M9nd.y from Portland, where Mr.. Mri( Mjnmc w,ker motort(1 oVcr
ivey au.u.nw an o,H-ration ror goitre from ,le,ix ,,nt we.k to vjit wjth
that reaulted ln her complete recov- n.UtWet ,nd ook upon tne famiIiar
'ry.' ... . ... . arcne. of her old home town.
A daughter waa born Monday af- j R En(tjlh Icft Tuew,.y on hi,
terooon to Mr. and Mr.. Edward Ber- government iurv,ying duty
gevm at their home on the rewrva- , c,Iifonii,. Jonn .riw., to re.
. .. , . . . . . n'rk that he wanta his Wc.ton
L. B. Dayi. took couple of day. fril.nd hunt hjm op and vjl)it hjm
off last week and accompanied a com- ,.h.n thfy g0 Jim McDank.i
memal man on trip to hi. old havjnjf the on,y onc 0 fr who
".tamping ground around Lehman hl uken tne troublc ,. can
and llidaway .pringa way Ioratel throU;h an in(Iuirj
wwr iiuugRun na so lar recov- ,L. it c llrv-v.nr cn..rr. m,
in San Franciwo. He aaya he will
not be back again until the next pio-
were a joke. , ...
iiiR uvnruuv 1 an vviiiaiu iv
ered a. to be able to come home from
the Walla Walla hospital. He look,
at cheerful a. though .urgical op
George Culley, an old timer of
Wenton, wa. back last week for a few
day. and may again cast in hi. lot
with thi. community. Hoy Lieuallen and family returned
Mi Kites Irene Hamster and Esther Tuevday from lone, where they visited
William, extended delightful hospi- the R. W. Browns. They found the
tality Friday evening when they en- Morrow county crop outlook good, Mr.
tertained a number of young people Brown having a 30-bushel yield in
at the home of Miss Banister in hon- prospect.
or of Worth P. Watts, who is soon Thc C. E. Fisks are leaving Sun
leaving Weston to reside elsewhere, day for Bingham Springs to remain
Thc early evening hours were devot- for several days,
ed to cards, after which a dainty Mrs. W. S. Price and Miss Ruby
three-rourse lunch was served by the Prit.e returned Monday from Mabton,
hostesses. Thc honor guest then Wash., where they attended a reun
gave an impromptu talk which smote io of tne Maybee family,
the heart strings of all who sat in Mrg R-chard MmimM visiU!j last
the happy circle of his pleasing per- . ... nH ..,., Ht
sonality. Thc guest list included:
Misses Hilda and Man-el MrRae of
Walla Walla, Vida Greer, Haul Dun
can, Anna Lavender, Vergie Key, Lo
Miss Fay Waren is enjoying a va
cation visit with friends in Seattle.
t A nll in ..... Hfnn,l..
la Key. Esther Davis, Vira Morrison, ,. ' . . . . . . .
' . frnm ihp mmmtjitft. nrintrincr worn of
If t I-1. n....k.. !..,..! ' o CT
t3 Helen jonnson, rainnie jonnson, mrs.
Frank Smith, Mrs. Curran McFad-
FOR COLORING OLD
AND NEW STRAW HATS
EASY TO APPLY
II, GOODWIN, Druggist
Mrs. Will Payne
jJXSr '"L,"1 Tom recent illness.
....-, ... ...... ....v, A .,tn,o.. .hi.. f n
gene Smith, Worth
Webb, Gail Williams,
First National Bank
and Mrs. Hartman
Carl Brandt, Rulon Smith and Ray- from n excursion of four months jn
An Enjoyable Event
and Dodge Extras
A JAX and DIAMOND TIRES
Gasoline, Oils and
(J. F. SNIDER)
CENERHL BLHCKSMITHINC at Snider Shop
Stephen and Afton Mclntyre left
Sunday for Bingham Springs, where
they will remain until after the
Miss Frank Harris Davis, who is Mr. and Mrs. J. llkrl Williams en
spending thc vacation with relatives ertained thc board of directors of tho
in tho Willamcto valley, writes to Weston Mercantile company and a
local friends: "How I miss the big few other friends at their home last
hills around Weston! I do not feel Thursday evening in honor of Dr.
the same Blown here in the valley, and Mrs. F. D. Watts, who are leav
Wouldn't it be a calamity if I were ing Weston in a short time to reside
to lose the forty pounds of flesh in Athena. Guests were welcomed
gained this winter past!" with an individual ease and comfort
W, L. Smock was in town Monday and the cordial hospitality which al
froni his mountain farm. ways make parties at the Williams
Walter Gilmore, a diligent tiller of home delightful affairs. Original
upland soil, was in town last Friday methods of entertainment kept ev
and was a dinner guest at the home cry one in a merry mood until mid
of his daughter, Mrs. Ray Gordon, night, when a delicious four course
. i ; 11: . i i .1 : i. : . . - t
1. V. xiopiuns wan caning uiivii iu- nupper buuuiiuiuk in juy-ui-vtuig
cal merchants Tuesday. foods was served,by the Misses Es- 8
Swas-Te-Ka CampArc held an in- ther Williams, ami Anna Lavender.
teresting session in the club room of Mr. Williams acted as toastmaster
Memorial hall Saturday afternoon, and called upon Mrs. Lilian Frcder- u
Honors were awarded to Bertha icks, Mrs. F. D. Watts, Mrs. Wil
Starmer, Blanche Thorscn, Kathleen liams, 'Mrs. II. Goodwin, Sim J.
Pcdersen and Charlotte Has. A Culley and Doctor Watts to make
pleasing program was presented, af- brief talks. All responded in char
ter which a lunch embodying sundry aoteristic manner,
of the good things of life wad served The beautiful floral decorations,.
by Misses Thorscn and Haas. the handsome gowns worn by tho la-
John Boly of Elgin, Oregon, is vis- dies present and the atmosphere of
iting at the farm home of his niece, friendliness prevailing all contributed g
Mrs. Richard Morrison. to make the affair a delightful social J?
Mrs. John Walden came down from event The invitational list includ-
the mountain ranch Saturday for ed: Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Trice,
day's shopping at local emporiums Mr. and Mrs.' Sim J. Culley, Mr. and
and to inform her friends of the Mrs. Hey Winn. Dr. and Mrs. F. D.
beauty of rose-bordered woodland Watte, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Smith,
roads. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Key, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. E. M.. Smith, Mr. Mrs- Nelson 3oncs- Mf- nd Mrs
and Mrs. Nelson.II. Jones. Maynard Ea,Ph G- sIl,1B. Mr. and Mrs. Jos
and Audrey Jones arrived home Mon- elh Hodgson. Mr. and Mrs. II.
day from their motoring trip to Goodwin, Mrs. Lilian Fredericks,
Portland and Seattle. They jour- Misses Anna Lavender and Esther
neyed going over the Columbia River W.lhams; Clark Wood and Gail Wil
highway and returned via the beau- am
tiful Snoqualmie pass, and report a '
most delighful scenic trip. Mr. and See The Leader for Butter Wraps.
TUESDAY, JULY 6
Offering our entire stock of
high class merchandise at
Greatly Reduced Prices.
Walla Walla, Wn.
I am prepared to furnish HI-HEAT
Utah Coal in any quantity.
I have different grades of wood for
I especially solicit carload orders
for No. 1 cordwood.
P. T. HARBOUR.
I have my two-ton truck and am ready
to haul your hogs, household goods or
anything you want moved, any time or
place. Give me a trial.
GUY CRORK, Atbena, Or.
! Where Do Your Earnings Go? ;
y Where do all vour earnings ro? Do they slip away, melt in
your grasp, disappear as if by magic?
A savings account will change the order of things. Don't
let a pay-day go by without climbing a step higher. Your
deposits, either small or large, are gladly welcomed here.
A Term Savings Account here pays 4 percent interest and is
safe and secure with us.
A place to drop your
small change at home
a Liberty Bell Savings
Bank with each account
of $1 or more. Have
you yours yet?
Thfi FanMS Rank nf Wftston
g a uv at a mvt . a wa