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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 24, 1920)
LET'S TALK IT OVER
Did you ever tstop to think that FUKNITUKE and
HOME FUKNlSlIINGS are LIVED WITH .LONG
ER and arc mure a Part of our daily existence than
anything material that enters into our liven?
IT'S THUE, isn't it? Just think it over.
Then it is equally true that the selection of those
things that MAKE our HOMES should be made
with care and forethought with judgment and
With this thought in mind, we zik that you consid
er this store when you are nieimred to make selec
tions for your home. Aside from the quality of
our goods, which we believe is the highest obtaina
ble for the price asked, we offer unfailing courtesy
and wholehearted co-operation genuine interest
in giving you the utmost in value and complete sat
isfaction in every possible detail. Our liberal guar
antee of adjustment without quibble or question al
ways holds good. We simply will not have you dis
satisfied. THE DAVIS-KASER CO.
Complete Home Furnishing Department Store
10-20 Alder St., Walla Walla. Wash.
I am prepared to furnish JIl-HEAT
Utah Coal in any quantity.
I have different grades of wood for
I especia,7 solicit carload orders for
No. 1 cord wood.
P. T. HARBOUR.
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
Rolled Barley, Oats, Wheat and
Millfeeds. Chicken Feeds, includ
ing Corn, Wheat, Scratch Food, Bone,
Shell, Grit, Meat Scraps and Fgg Mash.
WOOD and COAL
J. A. LUMSDEN - - Proprietor
A. M. ROSS
FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING
I ara in the market for old
bones. Bring them in.
$10.00 PER TON FOR OLD IRON
Top prices paid for Old Metal,
Rags, Sacks, Hides, Wool, Etc. .
See me for Blacksmith Iron, Shafting and Piping
Water Street (aecond block north of Main)
Taxi mtv Ice, any place, any time.
Phone 2.')3. Don K. Dennett, Wt.lon.
Mr. nd Mr. J, R. Adkina hav re
turned from the Barrett ranch aud
will airain make their home in thla
After four years of service in the
army, Ed. L. Wood ha returned to
his home in Weaton and will again
be a member of the Leader force.
After doffing his uniform, Ed. spent
a number of months in Illinois and
Charles R. Cullvy and family have
returned from aouthern Idaho, and
will make their home permanently in
Wanted Teams to haul lumber
from the 'blue Mountain Sawmill to
Freewater. Phone No. 161F3, mill,
or No. 1131, Milton. Dardvll Lumber
A Box Co.
Mrs. Emery Staggs was elected as
delegate by the Weston congregation
to the United Brethren conference, in
session this week at Elberton, Wash.
Rev. M. A. I'hinney is also attending
A decree of divorce has been grant
cd Geo. II. Carmichael in his action
against Mabel Carmichael.
Elder John Bonewlls has had a
"real fine visit" on the coast of Coos
county, after attending the confer
ence of the Church of the Brethren
at Ashland. lie also had great sport
in hunting and dotting, and the Lead-t-r
man is elated over the promise of
a slice of venison.
Albert I'rocbstel came up thia
week from Portland,' where he has a
position with the United States
Shipping Board. It was his first !
visit to the old town for about eight
years. Accompanied by his sister,
Mrs. Lillian Fredericks, he is at
tending the Pendleton Round Up.
Sunday he leaves for Hot Lake to
visit his father, who is a sanatarium
Ralph Tucker is among the Wes
ton farmers who are well pleased
over this season's operations, his
crop having exceeded expectations by
three or four hundred sacks. His
wheat yield ran from 40 to 45 bush
els per acre. Together with R. G.
Blomgrrn, Ralph has been operating
a Racine thresher in the foothills
with good success. An excellent
crop is also being had from the Blom
gren farm, where threshing will
likely be finished this week.
James Harris, former Weston boy,
arrived from Tacoma this week for
a visit with his brother, Elbra Har- - -'- - -
ris. "Jim" is recuperating, after 19 Mr amJ Mr8 p. c. FiUpatrick, Mr.
months of serious illness. Bn(1 jjrs. Ralph G. Saling, Mr. and
Mrs. O. C. Turner of Enterprise, Mr8 Mi Goodwin, Miss Lorraine Hal
Oregon, and Mrs. A. James, Miss wtn of Browning. Mont, and Mr. L.
Ruth Douglas and Fleenor Douglas Hth.
of Pendleton were visiting in Weston Mr m, Mrg G g ,., of Val-
Su.".lay', ... . u v i lcjo, Caliornia, were guests during
Mrs. J. A. Aldndgc. who has been thj wwk of WeBton-i.tives while
visiting her. parent, in Weston since -j, way t0 vi8it in Minnesota
last May, left Friday for her home at and wi8Consin Mrs. H.le. fe , 8.8.
Seattle She was accompanied a. far of Mr w.ddingn,mf
as Wallula by her mother, Mrs. W. Steph,nie Tempic, Pythian Sisters,
R?t.rm.!' . ... . will resume its regular meetings
N. J. Hale, real estate operator of Monday evening,
lone, Morrow county, shook hands Mrg An) Warner and children are
this week with pioneer Weston rr.nrf. viaitin her
STOVE BOARDS, etc.
WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF HEATERS
THAT WE CONTRACTED BEFORE THE
ADVANCE AND SHIPPED BEFORE THE
Therefore Bought Right
AND ACCORDINGLY WILL BE SOLD RIGHT
We Want Your Business!
JOIMES & JOIMES
Hardware :: Implements :: Lumber
friends. Mr. Hale says that valuer
rents, Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Nelson.
county as the worth of the soil be- . Complment.m: Mrs Ralph G. SaU
come, known. Buyers a year ago " " Lo" H '"d
have profited, without exception. "7n Wcslo" "S Jf
Crop, were good this year, ranging . dTwhe7'
. .,.. cL.. Goodwin was hostess for a tea,
' "1 " ".r Thursday afternoon. Original proph
, . . , . .. . i fv. ecics were
me o.8B .... - honor guegU wWch Msi.lo9ed many
""Sit Roy Tompkins is reported to interesting .went, about to transpire
P' j"L" Jo"' sVittm.n, George St H.ht lunch and enjoy a period of
House and Ton, Booher were out af- ; J J
ter deer Sunday on Coyote creek near 'J,"' i
r- i ... Tfcot, en.mH Lorraine Halscth, Mcsdnmes Mary C.
D.gglns' catUe ; c. : They ( found & m
f" ' M,.r tC Z.Z : liams. Lilian Fredericks
why they didn't get any.
mr. I Mm If A Tlfiwfl mntnrvwl
oUr from Their new home at WaUa Recess of h,s bus.nes. -
will. Sunday, and accompanied the career in Portland ,s a young man
Allen RichaU on . trip to the J. A. rem.rkable .judgnient acumen, per
King place after ground cherries. sp.cacity and .11 that sort of thine.
Mr. ind Mrs. Alick Johnson were He h.s just sent us . letter enclos
bsent last week on business and W "two long green s imoleons for the
pleasure trip to Washington county,
May We Assist You?
We are ready at all times to give
such assistance as we may to those
who wish to talk over with us their
problems, plans and prospects for the
If we can be of assistance to you,
that will be our reward.
The FART.1ERS BAIiK cl VESTOII
BUTTER WRAPS at Leader Shop
best paper on the Pacific coast"
xt -.i.i j ... t . di.-k timer u. Aianage oi oea.ue
' V f. . T F irni,-,.,.. Mr hew brief stay before returning
John retweJfof Srof 5 to hi. Khoo. work in the und
year. hi. lease on the RiUhey place 2
nCMn.ndM. J. Harl William, were lot of switches for sale. Also pre
the vicUm. of . hippy surprise l.st make p yoUr combings or
Friday evening when group of in- to buy combings,
timate friends called to congratulate Rev. Bray of Mcdford, Oregon, was
them upon theii. 'twentieth- wedding a visitor in town Sunday .nd ad
anniversary. A number of beautiful dressed the congregation of the M. E.
gifts in linen were presented to the Church, South, in the morning,
celebrants as tokens of the affec- It is announced by Elder John
tionate regard in which they .re Bonewit that services will be held
cherished by friends. Games .nd next Sunday, the 26th inst, t the
conversation caused time to pass rap- Church of tho Brethren,
idly. At midnight a delicious lunch Brick house for sale, with six lots
was served by Esther and Gail Wil- (one-half black.) Five rooms, with
liams, whose ingenuity and resource- bath, lavatory and toilet North
fulness were responsible for the sue- Water street, on state highway. C.
cess bf the affair. The guest list in- F. Bulfinch.
eluded: Dr. and Mrs. F. D. Watts Two sets of light harness, two sad
nd Mr. .nd Mn. E. C. Rogers, of dies .nd top buggy for sale. Geo. A.
Athen.; Mr. .nd Mrs. E. M. Smith, Llndeken.
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