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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (July 16, 1920)
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July illoiiey Savers
lliiUtit when nIuch offer big mivIiikk "rr rcxuUr price In true
Thrift. JunI like netting IiIk Intrrct on mir money.
MANY OUTNTANIUNC VAUJF.M nwtiit Urn July Shopper at
DhvIk-KumtY Home of tlii-nn good were bought muny month
ago mnl lii'iii-e are priced fur below present vuluc. Some are extra
values that wo have lieen able tii plk up here and there; while
yet ullifia r gondii from stock on whli h we Imvct made special
price reductions in order Unit July lmji' ntilit Unit more than the
usual inihii'i'iiii'lit ami attraction.
FOR TIIK THRIFTY CANNKKS OF IRITIS we have dosens of
articles Hint will add materially to your mivIiik during the canning
season if purchased now. Canning supplies of all kind are priced
very low for July a'lliiiK.
Every Department in our Urg Store has value to offer In every
diiy necessities that will miike it profitable buying for the
Thrift wine who make thu umt of the opportunity afforded by
Ot K JULY MONEY HAVEKH
Vho Davis -Kaser Co.
Complete Home Furnishing Department Store
10 20 Alder St. Walla Wnlln, Wash.
I inn prepared to furninh III HEAT
I'uli ( oul in any ipiuntity.
I have dilfcrt-lit grades of wood for
I enpeviaily solicit earlual order
for No. 1 cordwooil.
P. T. IIAHIMH It.
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
JMHIfeeds. 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
GIVE MORE MILK
Dr. HESS FLY CHASER
MAKES A GREAT DIFFERENCE
FOR COWS or HORSES-For Sale by
II, GOODWIN, Druggist
and Dodge Extras
AJAX and DIAMOND TIRES
Gasoline, Oils and
J. F. SNIDER)
CENERHL BLHCKSWITH1NG at Snidor Shop
For Halo by Owner Mitchell Six
touring nr, but slightly uwd, com
pletely equipped, guaranteed er
fect condition anil good tire. Thif
ia a rval automomblle buy for some
one who wanla a good car. Can be
awn at Weston Garage.
Mr, Phoebe Smith ami children
arc domiciled In thu Joe I.icuallvn
cottage for the summer month.
Mr. and Mr. K. O. Royer and Mr,
and Mr. A. T. Mft motored to
Walla Walla Wednesday on a com
bined business and pleasure trip.
Standard Theatre Sunday, "Mra.
Wiggs of tha Cahbaga Patch;" Wed
ncsday, "When Bear Cat Went
Dry;" Thursday, Nazimova In
"Stronger Than Death."
Swas-Tc-Ka Campflre held iU reg
ular session In the club room of
Memorial Hall Saturday afternoon.
Honor were awarded and the meet
ing wa greatly enjoyed by all
Mn. W. S. Payne ia assisting at
the awirhboanl in the local tele
Mr. and Mm. W. II. Uoohcr, Mr.
and Mm. C. F. Hulflnch and daugh
ter, Mini Dorothy, motored to Walla
Walla Tuesday for a day's outing.
Davis it Melton have moved thci'r
popular paittimo resort into the Sal
tng brick, where they have added an
other pool table and will put in a
G. W. Staggs returned Saturday
from a visit to the holdings of the
Staggs company in the Rattlesnake
Flat district, where he says the crop
prospects continue good. A recent
letter from Herman SUggs says
that a good rain fell one night this
Until August 1 I am paying 10
for old iron. J. R. Reynolds.
Rollie Compton lift last week for
noulhcrn Idaho to look after his land
Col. K. G. Lucas left this week for
Edmonton to make the final examin
ation of 190.000 acres of Alberta
land. He wan accompanied- by
party of prospective buyers from
New York and Chicago. One of
them Is Charles McCarthy, a New
Andy Harriett contributes to the lo
cal stock of porcupine anecdotes the
Ulc (not the Uil) of one of these
animated pin-cushions that invaded
his kitchen Sunday night. The little
beast was left to work his will, Mr.
Andy insisting that she did not want
the job of pulling quills out of her
husband's hands. The visitor walked
around on the kitchen table, messed
up things in general and ruined a lot
Henry Beamer has rented the val
uable quarter section of his father,
John Beamer, near Weston for a
term of four years, and has bought
his father's stock and outfit. The
transaction is reported to have been
based upon two-fifths grain rent
John Beamer will retire, after suc
cessful farming operations extend
ing over a period of 30 years or
Mm. G. II. Fontaine left Saturday
on her return home to Great Falls,
A local Wild West show was
pulled off Sunday in the Lumsden al
falfa patch below town. A wiry lit
tle outlaw from Thorn Hollow twice
tossed Jimmie Storms, but Gus
Johnson succeeded in riding him.
Next Sunday there will be another
and more elaborate show, with an
ambulance detachment and a corps
of Red Cross nurses in attendance,
so 'tis said.
A horse belonging to Frank Havi
land was shot through the shoulder
the other day while in pasture on
Weston mountain. The shot is as
cribed to careless hunters.
Mr. and Mrs. William Singer
came up this week from their place
near Touchet after farm stock for
harvest Mr. Singer figures on a
$5000 crop of wheat from his hold
ings in that neighborhood.
R. R. Proebstel came up this week
from his ranch near Echo, and will
again work for the Pacific Coast El
evator Co., having charge of the
Cayuse warehouse. Mrs. Proebstel
is sojourning at Hidaway springs.
Will NorDcan leaves today to
take charge of the Portland office of
P. F. Collier & Co., having been pro
moted to that responsible position
because of his success in field work
for these well known publishers. As
Portland sales manager he will have
charge of all the Collier agents in
Oregon and Idaho. Mrs. NorDcan
and little Loia will remain in Weston
a couple of weeks, until he secures
residence for them.
The Warren Construction Co. has
been notified by the City of ."Weston
to repair the hold in Main street
bridge made last week by one of its
trucks. Overloading and reckless
driving are charged.
Considerable Weston wheat was
contracted the last few days to both
local dealers on a basts of $2.35 per
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JONES & JONE
Hardware :: Implements :: Lumber
bushel for No. 1 sacked. Evidently
the growers here want to be sure of
getting a good price this fall, even
though wheat does soar to unprece
dented heights next spring as pre
dicted by Rosenbaum Review. It is
estimated that Weston farmers have
so far contracted around 100,000
S. S. Nelson and family left this
week for Spokane to visit Mrs. Nel
son's parents. They will also go to
Portland, and from there expect to
run down into California and sec if
its boasted attractions for tourists
are really worth while. Mr. Nelson
has long been the popular and cour
teous agent of the O-W. at Weston,
where he has been temporarily re
lieved by Raymond Geissel of Ath
ena. Frank Smith and family have re
turned to Weston from Coulee City,
Wash., where Mr. Smith has re
signed his banking pos'tion having
several more attractive openings in
view. Ho reports a poor crop out
look in the Coulee City district
Spring wheat is a failure, and winter
wheat promises little better than
ten bushels per acre.
J. H. Clodius left Monday on his
return to San Diego, where he will
live the quiet but contented life of
an amateur fisherman.
Worth P. Watts and Maynard
Jones left Thursday night for Bing
ham Springs. They took no bear
guns nor fishing tackle, and expect to
simply swim, swim simply and "loaf
Miss Helen Shurte, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Miles E. Shurte of Arling
ton, Oregon, was united in marriage
JUne 29 to Mr. Milo M. Coons. Mrs.
Coons, whose mother was a former
Weston resident, is one of Arling
ton's popular telephone operators
and has lived all her life in that city.
Mr. Coons is a Western Union line
man and catcher for the Arlington
baseball team. Both are held in the
highest esteem. Mr. and Mrs. Coons
spent their honeymoon on the Dcs
Chuttes river in camping and fishing.
They will make their home in Arling
ton for the present
Charles Culley and family have
moved back to American Falls,
Idaho, where Mr. Culley has land
and crop interests requiring his at
tention. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Davis
have taken their place on the Dry
creek holdings of Sim J. Culley.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde SUggs of Mil
ton were dinner guests Sunday of
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Staggs.
BUTTER WRAPS at Leader Shop
One hundred 1 50
Each additional hundred 0 75
TERMS - - - CASH ONLY
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 CROriiC, Athena, Or.
(Where Do Your Earnings Go?
Where do all vour earnings go? Do they slip away, melt in
g your grasp, disappear as if by magic .'
S A savings account will change the order of things. Don't
S let a pay-day go by without climbing a step higher. Your
8 deposits, either small or large, are gladly welcomed here.
A Term Savings Account here pays 4 percent interest and is
S 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?
The Farmers Bank of Weston