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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (July 9, 1920)
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WALLA WALLA. PENDLETON and
Leaves WESTON for IVndleton at
10:55 A. M. WESTON for
Walla Walla at 3:45 IV M. (Daily
Local station at Davis Confectionery
Reliable ServiceSato Driver
C. M. COWER Mmsgcr
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N mid Friday. Evenmgs by H
1 DR. N. P. BENNET I
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! TROY LAUNDRY CO. I
t Leave your bundles on the
porch MONDAV ana
ior cur House-to-House Service
"We Wash Everything
but the Baby."
Tops and Cur
tains made to
order. Large as
sortment of plate
glasses a glass
for every car.
A good stock 'of Sad
dles and Heavy Harness
always on hand. Also
Collars, Pads, Halters,
etc. Get our prices be
Cash for chicken. J. It. Reynold?,'
Mm, Emma narnott returned Sun
day from a three week' sojourn in
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gordon left Sim
day morning via motorcycle for Yak
ima, where they will visit Mr. Cor
don's parents for a season.
Mr. and Mm. J. H. I'dee are
spending a week at Bingham Springs
whore they rise early in order to
stretch the pleasure of each day.
Charles E. Hall has returned from
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, where he at
tended an Adventist camp meeting,
and from a visit to his brother's
home at Pendleton. Mr. Hall finds
Weston to his liking and may decide
to again make his home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Nelson were
here from Walla Walla and Mr. ami
Mrs. Carl C. Nelson from Starbuck
to spend a quiet Fourth under the
parental vine and fig tree.
Adventures with porcupine in
town arc becoming quite frequent of
late. Earl Barnctt, one evening last
week, followed an unusually large
and spiny rodent up the hill and into
the school yard, where with the aid
of R. L. Reynaud and Ray Gordon the
animal was killed. James Ashworth
discovered a fat specimen on his door
" ' (No! 2061
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OK
The Farmers' Hank of Weston, at Wes
ton, in the State of Oregon, at the
close of business June 8V lWKh
Loans and discounts $213,410 95
OverdraftsT-eecured and un-
secured 2.1b8 to5
Bonds and warrants ,
Bunking house 3,500 00
Furniture ami fixtures 1,000 00
Other real estate owned 22,622 93
Due from approved reserve
banks 15.514 2S
Checks and other cash items W 20
Cash on hand 9,m 47
Total $291,701 16
Capital stock paid in $ 30.000 00
Surplus fund 15.000.00
Undivided profits, less ex
penses and taxes paid ,. . 8. i il 51
Due to banks and bankers ... 706 21
Individual deposits subject
to check . 139,015 25
Demand certificates of de
posit 2.309 01
Time and Savings deposits 5o,i24 8
Biejf.e.fr.m.0ney.b.r: 39,500 00
Other liabilities .., 614 42
Total .-$291,701 16
State of Oregon, M
County of Umatilla, i '
I. E. M. Smith, Cashier of the
above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
E. M. Smith, Cashier.
J. C. Price,
S. J. Culley,
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 7th day of July. 1920.
C. L. PlNKERTON,
(Seal) Notary Public.
(My commission expires Mch. 2-1, 1924.)
bur fwuse Is
If 6ur House is
bid. Make it New
V PAINT -
w LEADERS P??
NF. rriW m Preserve.
you can't hide the , Beautifies
outside of vour house from critical eyes.
You'll be proud of your home and your neighbor
hood will be prdud of you if your house is kept painted
and in good repair. The well-painted house is evidence
of community spirit and thrift,
FULLER Paint keeps new and old houses from run--nihg
down, adds to their value and makes them attractive
Specify FULLER Paint for your home. You can
depend on it to do two things and do them well pre
serve and beautify.
Look Up a FULLER Dealer in Your Town
W. P. Fuller & Co
NWfiwe.t Branch Houses at Portland
Seattle, a co ma, oponans, am
step Inst Friday eveninnand shot it.
A tew days ago C. K. BuMnch
found a bristly creature taking an
Inventory of the front yard, and with
the help of an axo put an end to it
travel. From 25 to 50 pounds ia the
average weight reported, wiucn inui
cate that many a chicken dinner ha
been enjoyed by the foragers.
New Voile Dresses Only $6.50.
J. C. Tenney Co.
Dr. and Mra. F. D. Watts moved
their household good to Athena Sat
urday, and will reside in the neigh
boring city hereafter. lrior to her
departure, the ladies of the United
Brethren church presented Mm.
Watts with a substantial gift In rec
ognition of her valued services as
pianist at the church for un extended
period of time.
Accompanied by her fntlu and
brother, Mrs. C. L. 1'inkorton is at
Bingham Springs for a week's out
ing. Mrs. J. K. MoDanicl was a
guest cf Mrs. PinkcrUn for-" couple
of days at that resort.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. IVdcrsen were
called to Astoria. Oregon, the firt of
the week to attend the funeral of a
brother-in-law of Mr. Pederscn. The
deceased, the husband of Mr. Peder
sen's sister, was a locomotive engin
eer and was killed in a .recent train
wreck near Taeoma.
Miss Gladys Smith has returned
from her vacation trip to Portland
and Pritish Columbia.
Arthur Lansdalo tame over from
Walla Walla Wednesday to visit his
children in tho uplands.
At a recent meeting of Weston
Lodge No. iiS, I. O. O. F the follow
ing officers were installed by J. A.
King, district deputy; Jack. Cnldur,
''"'noble" RThnd; " Fred Iunuis7" vice
grand: J. E. Stanfield. secretary; t.
A. Barnes, treasurer.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Graham mo
tored up from Pendleton in their
Studebaker car for a Fourth cf July
visit. Sylvan Kennard accompanied
them on a trip to Walla Walla.
H. J- Driskcll and family motored
down from Dayton the first of the
week for a holiday visit with rela
Lieutenant Bayles Baker and fam
ily arc here from Deer Lodge, Mon
tana for a visit at the home of his
father, Merritt A. Baker. Bayles,
who seemingly but a few years ago
was one of Weston's lively urehins,
has really been absent a long, long
time from the old home burg. For
a number of years he has been serv
ing ai a train dispatcher on the Mil
waukee, and he is now stationed at
Deer Lodge, where his brother Her
bert also resides. He returned not
long ago from Siberia, where he
served for a time as lieutenant with
a corp. of engineers. lie reorts
witnessing scenes of frightful desti
tution and squalor among the people
"Leave It to Susan." She'll surely
please you at Memorial Hall July
17. And your money will please the
Haying lias begun in some fields
in this locality and harvest is rapid
ly approaching. It is expected that
a fortnight will find a number of
outfits at work. Wheut continues to
promi.se well, and a bumper yield is
on the cards unless hot winds should
hit the wheat, which right now is
passing through a critical time.
Hyman II. Cohen, market editor of
the Oregon Journal now on his an
nual trip through the Northwest,
predict!! for Umatilla county one of
the largest crops ever harvested. In
the region around Athena and Wes
ton any number of fields look as
though they ought to go 50 bushels
to the acre, or better.
A truck belonging to the Warren
Construction company and loaded
with several men and about four and
a-half tons of lumber went through
the Main street bridge at Weston
Saturday. Luckily, the " truck did
not drop into the creek, but one
wheel broke through the bridge deck
ing and a serious accident was nar
rowly avoided. The lumber was un
loaded and the truck hoisted free by
means of a derrick, chains and pul
leys. Those who witnessed the ac
cident say that the heavily loaded
truck was traveling at a lively rate
when it hit the bridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Tucker spent
the Fourth at Bingham Springs as
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Price sipped
their Fourth of July coffee in the
shade of the pine trees surrounding
Sunday, July 18, a big picnic for
Odd Fellows and Rcbekaha and their
families will be held ot'amp Mc
Dougal under auspices of Weston
Lodge No. 68. I. O. O. F. This
festival under the pines is expected
to prove among the most novel and
enjoyable social events in local
Jacob Narkaua turned off a bunch
of fat beeves to the Helix butcher the
other day at seven and eight cents.
Frank Skinner, formerly of Wcs-
lins been under the care of an
specialist of Spokane, near
which city he resides. While he Is in
a serious condition," the danger of los
ing hi eyesight i said to have less-
III III Circuit Court of tho State of
Oregon for Umatilla County, -
Kvolyn Hansford, Plaintiff, v. Gooi-g
To Georg Hansford, the ahovo named
In th Name of th Stale of Oregon:
You are hereby summoned and required
lo appear and answer the romplntnt on
Old in tho nIhivv entitled suit on or bo
fore six week from the date of tho
first publication of lhl summon, to
wit: on or before the 231 day of July,
1920; and for want of audi answer, tho
plaintiff will apply to tho court for the
relief demanded in Hi said complaint,
to-wtt. for decree that the bond of
mntninoiiy and marrlsgu contract here
tofore existing between the said plain.
tiff and Iho snid defendant l forvvr
dissolved nml that tho said plninliff,
Kvolvn Hansford, he granted an abso
lute divorce from tho said defendant,
Gwrge Hansford, and for such other
relief a It to the court eem eqult-
Tliia aumuion la served upon you by
publication in thavWeslon Uader,
weekly iiewspaper'of general elrcula
taw, tor aix consecutive week a begin
ning wMh the Uue of Hie lllh day oi
Juno, l!'2t, to and Including Hie !uo
of lite 23d day of July. V.W, pursuant
lo order for said publication made,
dated and entered in Iho above entllled
court ami cause on the tth day f June,
192U, by the Hon. I'haile II. Marsh,
County Judge of Umatilla County,
State of Oregon.
Paled at Pendleton, Oregon, this 91 h
day of June, A. I. ll'-Hi.
PKTt USON. HlHIIOI' & 1'I.AHK,
a ...v. t,.r I'lmiitlir.
P. O. Address, Pendleton, Oregon.
ut this office.
fur sale. Inquire S
w . S
I; ICE CREAM
l! Baker's Goods
Phone your dray orders, tj
l3, or call at st. re.
Davis & Ellis;
Lawns and Voiles 59c
Cool and comfortable lawns and voiles, very appro
priate for the warm . days, ..endless .array of
them and the price far less than early in the season.
PI FIT PIECES to close out at only 59c. Regular
values to 85c.
Shoes lor Hie Warm Days - $1.75
Soft and comfortable shoes. Many Keds in oxfords
and pumps and all for far less. In fact, you can
buy a shoe as low as $1.75.
WOMEN'S HOUSE DRESSES FOR 20 LESS
The best value of the season a great variety of
house dresses and wrappers that we are closing out
for less than it would cost to replace them. But
new goods are coming and now is when you will ap
preciate these cool, comfortable, becoming, morning
dresses: No sewing these warm days. Twenty
percent less for this special.
Before going on your camping trip ask for women's
outing suits made of serviceable khaki either skirts
or breeches, jackets or middies.
Harvest will soon be upon us-plan for your
harvest supplies. Our grocery is prepared to
take care of your orders. We want to figure
with you and it will pay you to see us. Our
buyer will call if you will let himknow, and
give you attractive prices.
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