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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1920)
PIAIS and PLAYERS
Hush & fiJtnc Victor Farrand Dav
enport & Tracy
COMJMMA and SONOUA
COIJIMHIA and KMERSON
Jlcforc buying it will pay you to sec
Oldest Music Dealers in This Territory
Baird-Ross Music Co.
. WALLA WALLA, WASH.
27 W. Main SI. (opp. d'ardner & Co.)
Fatten your hogs with our HEHK
SII1KE IIOi; l-'KEI). EIGHT pounds
of this feed to one hog a day will
bring you TWO pounds of extra
weight. Give it a trial. Money back
if not satisfied.
UMATILLA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
(Phone 1014-475-301) 220 E. Court St
THE WESTON LULLS
will ROLL, GRIND or CLEAN
your grain, and will give prompt atten
tion to ordera for anything in its line.
and Poultry . Food
Hay, Rolled Harley, Oats, Wheat and
Millfeeds. Chicken Feeds, includ
ing Corn, Wheat, Scratch Food, Hone,
Shell, Grit, Meat Scraps and Fgg Mash.
Try a Sack of our Popular Graham.
J. A. LUMSDEN - - Proprietor
J uinli Narkau has about recovered
from a llclit attack of smallpox at
hi mountain ranch.
Dr. N. I'. ISviuiet lift Tuesday v
enlng by automobile for Portland,
from which city ha goe to Astoria
to attend the state conference of the
American Lt-gion ar one of the dele
gate from Athena-Weston pofc
Frank Greer, Clauiie Davi and
Waller William of Weston were
amonjf tho volunteer who took part
in the man hunt on Kijuaw creek
Mr. and Mr. G. A. R. McOrew and
younger aon, George McCrcw, mo
lured up from Portland thia week in
their Hulck to Weston, their former
home. They were cordially welcomed
by their many friend in thl neigh
borhood. Hob' coming i especially
appreciated, a Weston, would bardly
fuel like going about the importaift
businis of harvi-Kting ita crop with
out hi annual ansiataiice and advice.
Mayor and Mr. J. M. Banister
were among those from Weston who
alU-ndrd the fum-ral of the late Sher
iff Taylor at IVmlUtmi.
Mr. and Mr. Geo. A. Lindcken and
infant child of Valentine, Neb., have
taken a cottage on north Water
street, and Mr. Lindekcn f necking
lint-vent work. The new comer were
Keen in Pendleton by J. R. Reynold,
ami they were unable to secure a
house there were convinced by htm a
to Weston' advantage a a place of
Mr. and Mr. Jolrti Bonewitz and
Mr. Clifford Met are in Ashland
this week attending the annual dis
trict meeting of the Church of the
Mr. and Mr. R. V. Jones left Sat
urday morning for Seattle, where
they will visit relative and friend
Mr. J. D. Price and granddaugh
ter, Miss Edna, of Waitsburg, Wash.,
were week-end guests at the D. F.
Jivi IEd lT hA J liu cd)
a oifzora UW
3 jjpn 5ss0iei
Until After Harvest
At Yeur lemei
Business is Great!
ft a f if in
pel, nesnui uows
GIVE MORE MILK
Dr. HESS FLY CHASER
MAKES A GREAT DIFFERENCE
Mr. Kline, representing the West
Coast Chautauqua association, spent
the week-end in Wesson at the home
of Mr. W. S. Payne. Mrs. Kline
commented enthusiastically upon our
beautiful locust trees and the city'
picturesque location. '
The proceeds of the motion picture
entertainment given last week for the
benefit of the Armenian Relief fund
amounted to $42.10.
Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Surmer enter
tained the officers of the M. E.
Church, South, at a delightful dinner
last Friday evening. Tablea were ar-
ranged in the social room of tho oughly enjoyed. At five o'clock ice
church and the hostess wa assisted cream, wafers and candy were served
in serving by Misses Charlotte Mass in generous quantities by Mrs. Ralph
and Bertha SUrmcr. Following the G- Saling. The invitational list in
feast the guests repaired to the par- eluded Misses Ora Webb, Maxine
sonage, where plans for the coming Cullcy, Margaret Caldcr, Ado Calder,
year's work were discussed. The Nmdine Luckinbill. Nora Barnes,
gathering included Mr. and Mrs. W. Elsie McGibbon, Helen and Mildred
S. Price, Mr. and Mr. Frank Price, Hanscll and Master Stafford Han
Mr. and Mr. Claude Price, Mrs. sell. Additional guests were: Mrs.
Charles M. Price, Mrs. A. G. Winn, I. E. Saling, Mrs. Mary C. McNce
Rev. and Mrs. A. J. SUrmer, George and Mrs. Marion Hansell.
g Winn and Wyatt Starmer. The Leader's good friend, Will
I Mrs. Martha Van Winkle, one of s. Preston, i now harvesting his
t Weston's estimable . pioneer women, largest sugar beet crop, about l00
U has been quite indisposed the past tons off 60 acres, at his place near
A week. Huntington Beach, Calif. Although
ft A jolly party of maids who seek to labor and other costs are very hi;;h,'
3 dud in Nature a source of knowledge he expects to do pretty well this year.
s and joy, pitched their tent at
S McDougttl Tuesday. The Misses
3 ii itu,ka..
JONES & JONES
Hardware :: Implements :: Lumber
A. 51. JENSEN CO.
Hemstitching, Pccot, Chain Stitch
ing Embroidery, Braiding, Plain
Stitching, Button Holes and Buttons
MRS. C. E. FERGUSON
Phone 936, Walla Walla, Wash.
Notice to Creditors
TROY LAUNDRY GO.
In the Countv Court of the State of
Oregon for Umatilla County.
In the Matter of the Estate of Mary
E. English, Deceased.
Notice is Hereby Given to all per
sons whom it may concern thnt J. Z.
English has been appointed adminis
trator of the estate of Mary E. Eng
lish, deceased. All persons having
Leave your bundles on the
porch MONDAY and
for cur House-to-House Service
"We Wash Lverytning
J But the Baby."
FOR COWS or HORSES-For Sale by
u onnntiin siinint
III UUUUlYIIlp EJIUggldl
Camp ,11 Is the happy father of two small caim8 aRamst her es&te Rre required
i v ira daughters. to present them with proper vouchers
Morrison, Esther Williams and Mr aml Mrg n A DoW(1 nre
ther Davis are a lively group who will bck , Weston after an absence of
contribute many a fascinating tale ni)e montng and an cxtended visit
when adventures are related around at the home f their daufrhUfr( Mrs,
the evening camp fire. But)er Smith, in Lahaina, Maui,
Miss Wilma Harbour and Master M, Snli,h is .unprjntondeiit of
Earl Harbour went to Walla Walla powfr and puinping stations for one
Sunday for a two weeks' visit with , th iarrest
. mt !1 li:.. "
relatives, inry accompanica iuiss
sugar plantations m
thn l?nufliinn TelnnH3 Mr. Dnwtl
Vloia ucrKing, wno came io yien hng m facU of intcrest to niate
,,v - " " concerning mo isianas. wnere ne maue
to the said administrator at the law of-
'fice of Peterson, Bishop & Clitrk in the
Smith-Crawford building, at Pendleton,
Oregon, within six months of the date
of the first publication of this notice,
which is July 16th, 1920.
J. Z. English, Administrator.
Peterson, Bishop & Clark,
Attorneys for Administrator.
Cash for chickens. J. U. Reynolds. 4
Dr. S. L W?m l
Phone -- Main
Weston old timers were very much , .K, ..,. iHtpii nmi nn.
pleased thia week to extend the hand litkaI conditions. The Maui ciimate
he consiedrs ideal.
Miss Maxine Culley is spending
and Dodge Extras
AJAX and DIOi TIRES
Gasoline, Oils and ;
. (J. F. SNIDER)
CENERKL BLKCKSMITHING at Snider Shop
of welcome to 'J. H. Edwards of For
est Grove and Elmer Moser of Con-
" ' ., , . ."I . I " few weeks at Camp McDougal, where
F. E. Gilderslceve and two children 1 j- i r
, 1 " . t .,. . she will endeavor to discover the fa-
of Enternno were recent guests at ,
the horn; of Mrs. R. E. York, sister v "u" UI a
I; Where Do Your Earnings Go ?
of Mr. Gildersleeve. They were mo
toring homo from a visit to Spokane.
The upper bridge on north Frank
lin street is being supplied with a
new deck and otherwise re'paired.
The broken deck of Main street
bridge was rebuilt this week.
Mrs. Maria MeArthur of East Hel
ena, Montana, and sister, Mrs. Chris
tina Beelcr, left Sunday for Pendle-
Misses Virgie Key and Esther Wil
liams spent Saturday at the Harrison n
Kirk home nn the reservation. Sun- &
day the Kirk house party enjoyed an
outing at Bingham Springs.
G. B. Royer and son Kenneth left
Wednesday morning via automobile
for their home in Elgin, 111 having
terminated a six weeks' visit with
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Meti. Mrs. Royer
will remain about ten days with her
Where do all your earnings go? 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. v
ton. The former sroes on to lone, parents before entering upon the
Morrow county, where she will visit homeward journey over the Milwau
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Juday. Mr. Mc- jtCe route,
Arthur is the widow of the late John pjfty employes of the Blue Moun
McArthur, brother of Mrs. J. S. tain sawmill were out yesterday fight
Ross, who was prominently identi- mg a forest fire above Cold Spring a
fled with railroad construction in the naif mile, on the north side of the
Pacific Northwest road. For a time the flames leaped
Miss Lois Saling celebrated the high in the slashing until some heavy
twelfth anniversary of her birth by timber was endangered, but the fight
entertaining a number of friends at era were finally victorious. The bum
a lawn party, Saturday afternoon, ed area, ten acres or more, was under
The spacious grounds surrounding' guard last night.
"Tho Locusts," where the Saling fam- E. E. Tucker is harvesting a fair
ily are domiciled, furnished ample crop of Royal Anne and Bing cherries
room for sports and pastimes of va- fapni the orchard on his mountain
rioua kinds which the guests thor- ranch.
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