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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1920)
ills Horns is in the Eitcheal
It the STOVK on
which the meals are pre
pared WHY NOT
HAVK IT KIGUT?
The "Stay Satisfactory
Is always dependable, quick and econ
omicaleasy to clean.
To know all the good qualities of a
MONARCH is to own one.
Send for Booklets and free recipe for
baking beans a better way.
THE DAVI5-KASER CO.
Complete Home FurniuhinK Department Store
10-20 Alder St. Walla Walla, Wank
I am prepared to furnitth Hl-IIEAT
Utali Coal in any quantity.
I have different grades of wood for
'I especially solicit carload orders for
No. 1 cord wood.
P. T. HARBOUR.
A. M. ROSS
FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING
I am 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 (second block north of Main)
THE WESTON MILLS
will ROLL, GRfND or CLEAN
your grain, and will givo 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.
WOOD and COAL
J. A. LUMSDEN - - Proprietor
Rev. Mark A. Phluney U expected
back tii occupy hi pulpit next Sunday.
I.01 al free delivery mail service fcai
burn established at Milton,
Taxi service, any place, any time.
Phone Don K. Bennett, Weston.
The Ilermiston Dairy and Hog
Show will be hi-ld in Hermlstun Oc
tober R and D. One hundred dollar
will be diiitributrd to growers of
pure bred stork of Umatilla county,
and a tucord attvadance ia expected.
Jos. N. Scott has been appointed
county chairman of the Armenian
Relief association, and will shortly
elect his assistants in the work of
soliciting fundi and clothing.
The Udies' Aid society of the
Baptist Church announce a cooked
food l fur ' Saturday afternoon,
October 2, at the itore of the Weston
Athena-Weston Pot, American Le
gion, will give a social dance tomor
row evening in the Leg-ion Hall, in
Athena. A cordial invitation U ex
tended all to attend. Payant's or
chestra of Ave pieces wil furnish the
music for the occasion.
Frank Snider attended the Round
Up in company with his brother, Ru
fus Snider, prominent Morrow county
Jack Eliot, the popular factotum of
the I'reston-ShalTer company, is on a
big hunt for big game in the south
end of the county.
Two seta of light harness, two sad
dles and top buggy for sale. Geo. A.
iirick houite for sale, with six los
(one-half block.) Five rooms, with
bath, lavatory and toilet. North
Water street, on state highway. C.
Athena and Weston ladies who are
eligible to membership in "the aux
ilary of the American Legion will meet
at Weston next Monday evening for
the purpose of organizing an auxilary
of the Athena-Weston Post. Eligibil
ity to membership includes mothers,
wives, sisters and daughters of Amer
ican Legion members; also correspond
ing relatives of all men who died in ac
tion during the late war, or in line of
duty while in the service.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Worren were
in Weston Monday while on their way
home to Franklin county from the
Two well known republican candi
dates from the west end, Zoeth
1 louse r for sheriff and Frank Sloan
for representative, were in Weston
the first of the week while looking
after their fences in this section of
The Athena Style Shop is going out
of business with wholesale slaughter
of the season's newest and choicest
merchandise to be sold at absolute
Sunday, October 3, to Sunday, October 10, Inclusive.
From this date on and through the season we
will sell HIGH BASE
LEADER-WINCHESTER and ARROW-REMINGTON
SHOT GUN SHELLS, 12 guage
at $1.35 a box
Do not confuse these SILLS witli CHEAP
SHELLS that are Idig sold at k im Prise
Hardware :: Implements :: Lumber
pies upon which the organization is
founded which tend to develop effi
cient home-makers and conscientious
citizens for the nation.
A pleasant event for the younger
cost, beginning Tuesday, October 6th, R, t thc "nnse party K'ven
at 6 o'clock, a. m. Th'is stock of mil- Wednesday evening at the home of
inery and garments needs no introduc Rcv- ml Mr- A- J- Starmer in honor
lion as to style and quality, and all tne birthday anniversary of their
will be sold for cash at wholesale on. MWK "' '"'rtn-pro-
priceajust as long as they laat. Wait V0K,nS K"mc" n aoumiance
for further announcement and sec thc
Life imprisonment was the sen
tence imposed yesterday by Judge G.
W. Phelps on Irvin LeRoy Stoop and
Floyd L. Henderson, whom the jury
after five hours deliberation Wednes-
ci entertainment, and at midnight o
delicious lunch was served by the
hostess assisted by Miss Clara Star-
mer. those who were asked to
share in the festivities included
Misses Mina Price, Dorothy Bowers,
Pauline Rayborn, Charlotte Hass,
day night pronounced guilty of first ,ll',en Kyw.ro, -' "
degree murder of Sheriff Til Taylor Str,,,": Messrs. Wyatt SUrmer,
-recommending life term. Mo- Mll" Reborn, Theodore YUlden,
tion for a new trial was denied. El- arol' Phinney. Fay Walden, Roscoc
ven D. Kerby and John L. Rathie will Bcamer nd u'stcr Hodgson,
next be tried. About 6500 sacks of wheat were
Snow in the Blue mountains was disposed of Wednesday in the local
plainly visible the first of the week, market on a basis of $2.15 for No.
Saturday it was reported that there 1 sacked. The price fell off aftcr
were two inches of the beautiful at ward and there was no further
Toll Gate. trading.
Ernest Ross has been busy this Not a few motorists consider that
week hauling a generous supply of they own an exclusive interest in the
wood to keep the family eozy when state highway and are entitled to
winter tempests sweep down upon drive as they please thereon, even
the land. where building operations are in
Mrs. Mamie Bradburn and child- progress. The other day a motorist
ren of Portland were visiting Sun- who had palpably taken on several
day and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. jolts of liquid contraband wanted
A. M. Ross after attending the Engineer Mike Eagleton to get out
Round Up. f of the way with his steam roller.
Gail Miller Williams, Weston stu- Mike refused, and the frenzied mo
dent at Whitman College, is at the torist drove into the roller full tilt,
age of 14 thc youngest boy student His car bounced off without much
who ever entered that institution, damage and he backed up and tried
He is one of eight out of 170 fresh- it again. This time he missed the
men who are honor students in Eng- roller but hit thc tank, wrecking his
lish and who are therefore exempt own machine. It was a case wherein
from freshman English. Gail was a a resistible object collided with an
member of last year's graduating immovable body.
classV Weston High, and is thought E. T. Wicker has bought the J. T.
to be thc youngest high school grad- Lawson shoe repairing shop on Wat
uate in Oregon. cr street, of which he is now in
Floyd Fox and Clarond Rhea, charge.
young mountain nuntcrs, were oui
Saturday on Burnt flat on the north
fork of thc Umatilla and brought
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 FARMERS BATIK of WESTON
BUTTER WRAPS at Leader Shop
Primary Mass Meeting
Notice is hereby given that
down two deer. They were both mary mass meeting of the voters of
good, heavy bucks, and the boys Weston will be held at Memorial hall
richly earned their meat in toting it next Monday evening, October 4,
out of the canyon to the waiting au- 1920, at seven-thirty o'clock, for the
tomoblle. purpose of nominating a ticket to be
Swas-Te-Ka Campfire members voted upon at the ensuing city clec
wero presented Saturday with gay turn November. 2. There are .one
necklaces of vari-colored beads which mayor, five councilmen, one recorder
they have earned by securing honors and one treasurer to elect
in different lines of work. Mrs. Sa- Weston, Ore., October 1, 1020.
rah Rowland, Guardian, in delivering J. M. BANISTER, Mayor,
the trophies emphasized the princi- C..W. AVERY, Recorder.
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