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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1920)
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wherein Munif dwell,
nil 1 will show yiin a
happy, iMnccfiil mill
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Henry W. I-ohkMIow.
YOU LIKE MUSIC
Of course you do everybody does THEN why
not nave it I i ou can alloru to have it, but you can
not airord to do without.
18 there any greater lrteamiri! after the Day's work,
than to sit in your Homo during the long winter
evenings, listening to good music? Answer the ques
tion for yourself.
THEN when you want music the k-st that the
genius of man has created think of this store.
The Phonograph With a Soul
This instrument brings the finest music, vocal and
Instrumental, into your home.
Mehlin Marshall & Wendell Haines Bros.
Foster Brewster Lester.
Our Liberal Terms Make it Easy to Have Music
in Your Home.
Our Broad Guarantee insures satisfaction.
THE DAVIS-KASER CO.
Complete Homo Purn.HhinK Department Store
10-20 Alder St.. Walla Walla, WaHh.
"Ifcxin Now to Think of Christmas Giving"
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Under recent arrangements I am In
.a poaition to offer loan up to $5000
at nix percent. Y. G. Lucas.
Roy Vaixlrrjuxil ha iJInkm.'(J of his
mouiiUln Interests to Trajan Tucker
and hai rented 1200 acre from Ralph
McEwen near Wayland station.
At Monday evening' meeting of
the Wcitton Commercial rlub a mo
tion was passed declaring' by unani
mous vote the club's sympathy with
and aupport of athletic activities in
the Wcitton schools, In presenting
th motion, J. II. Williami referred
to the achoolt aa Weaton'a greatest
Mr. and Mr. John Frederick Mc
Nee and daughter, Maria Josephine,
arrived Monday from their home In
Wiaconain to visit for a aeaaon with
the H. Goodwin household.
Mra. J. H. Williams spent a few
hours Monday with her children,
Gail and father, atudenU at Whit
man college, Walla Walla.
Zorth Houser and Frank Sloan, re
publican candidates, were up this
way again during the week and did
not overlook the mountain voter.
C. K. Cranston and Mrs. Roy Ra-
ly were up from I'endleton the first
of the week and appointed S. A.
Karnes as local chairman of the an
nual membership campaign of
which more anon.
With ranch work pressing, II. A.
Street has been compelled to take
very inconvenient vacation. He is
under Dr. McKinney's care with sci
Will HbII was down from Weston
I'I' uhUIm .'atunlny, railing upon lo
i ril rii n honta and discussing the po
lili.tl tiituntion with those who pon
dcr upon affairs of national import
ance. A helpful book contributed this
week to the local library by Mrs.
I'Jdith VanlHuM-n of Pendleton is en
titled ".Salesmanship and Kltfcirncy."
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Fitxpatrick are
preparing to move into the cottage
of Mrs. Susan Tucker on Normal
heights. The rcxidence they vacato
is owned by Robert Proudfit and will
bo occupied by Mr. Proudfit and
family during the winter. '"Bob"'
May We Not Have Your Cooperation?
Republican Candidate for
Strict Enforcement of tho Law and
Fair Deal for Everybody.
8. A. MILLER
Republican Nominee for Roprcscn
tative, Umatilla County.
Resident of Umatilla County 48 years
Your Support Appreciated.
House to rent,
will motor to his work in the WatU
L Rogers store at Athena.
Swas-Te-Ka Campflre' hold its regu
lar meeting Saturday afternoon at the
club room in Memorial hall. Shocks of
corn, jack-o-lanterns, black cats and
witchos decorated tho meeting place in
a manner appropriate to the Hallowe'
en season. During the business session m
plans wer mado for an entertainment . , , . ..
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" . . cold- As he could never be treasurer
i;. ZllZ , ,,7 . of anything on Mars, however, he fi-
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Our obligations are heavy at this
season of the year, and must be met.
We would therefore earnestly ask all
those who may be owing us whether
large or small amounts, to kindly
favor us with check at this time. We
assure you that such co-operation will
be greatly appreciated.
JOMES & J
Hardware :: Implements :: Lumber
During the social hour fortunes were
back to terra firma. Local democrats
WHEN YOU ARE RESTING
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natod by Minnie Ch.pin. Refresh- ,ud f n Hanl.
Mnntai Annuialinn. H.n.nLritiia khi.Ia
...V. . ...., B..U, -KH. j wouW hgve ogt , yote
and popcorn concluded tho enjoyable '
afTair. The time-honored union Thanks-
Misses Gertrude Van Winkle and .'v,n "rT,0. ' "T"
Irene Banister, studenta at O. A. C., niy. W,U beJlc,d th" y0ef Jhanks
writeto local relatives that they are fT?' Kover l h BaP"
thoroughly enjoying school activities rtt??Z Z.IT' IV,,'
and the many social affairs to which u u Vr u
(l, . be ,n hrge. The offering will go as
Va usual to an emergency charity fund.
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Jones are visiting These menu were made at a
inenas anu acquauuances m ix Ange- reccnt meetiiiB -of the Weston Min-
isterial association, at which W. R.
Because he expects to be absent Storms was re-elected president of
from town nearly all of next year, the association and M. A. Phinney
J. H. Piico declined to serve as may- was chosen secretary.
or oi weston much to everyone a
regret At a second primary meet-
We offer restful chairs and other comfortable
A. M. ROSS Furniture and Undertaking
A delightful event of last Thurs-
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. "' an Fredericks was hostess at her
Jones was unanimously nominated . . , . ,T u .
- .. . . home, honoring Mrs. Levi Hughes of
1. MmY Y' The !,laCe ""'.k" Santa Fe. New Mexico. An abun
"r,J,?!?!8rnC',m'nrth; dnce of autumn foliage, scarlet
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William H. Gould. Other nominees
for the aldermanic body are E. M.
Joseph Wurser, J. M. Price
ro6e-hips and wax-ball sprays were
DO YOUR PART
People are rapjdly learning that
what benefits the community benefits
all in the- community; and anything
that is a detriment to one is a detri
ment to all. For a community is a
number of individuals come together
as one. .The good of one is the good
of all. The prosperity of one is the
prosperity of all; and where one fails,
to that extent the community fails.
The FARMERS BMK of IVESTOfi
Preston-Shaffer Milling Co.
Athena, Oregon Waitsburg, Wash.
aiice, A number of old-time
ton friends of the honoree were
present to engage in reminiscences
and informal chat which afforded di
verting entertainment. A group of
Made of selected bluestem in one of the
best equipped mills in the. Northwest.
Sold in Weston by
Weston Mercantile Company
and L. B. Davis. H. Goodwin holds
over as member of the board.
The special school meeting of Wes
ton school district will be held Mon-
rlaw MkuaiMKnn 99 a t vvVitnl llmi 4 Via
. ... gonss contributed by Mrs. Ralph G
iTlTtr" SaHng was enthusiastically received
voidably large, and a tax of 20 mills ?""! hour "eon of gsjsssssmsSSSS
is regarded as necessary eiiucmg aamues was servea oy me
hostess assisted by Mrs. Hughes and
G. W. Staggs & Sons have four Mis8 Rogemary Whiteman of Pendle
tlrills in operation on their land hold- ton. Among those bidden to share
ings in the Rtlesnake flat district. in the ternoon". pleasure were:
They have seeded 1200 acres and MeadBmes John DuPuis, Mary C.
have about 500 more, to put in. On McNee C- & Whiteman of Pendle,
Dry creek near Weston they have tmv T. .? wnnA r. v Rniflnh s..
flnished seeding D00 acres. rb A. Jones, -M. W. Pedersen. J. H.
Judge Jacob Kaniler of Portland, Price, Sim J. Culley, J. H. Williams,
who served overseas as captain in Ralph G. Saling, W. A. Barnes, J. E.
the 361st infantry, 91st division, has Stanfield, H. Goodwin, and Misa
consented to give the address for the Rosemary Whiteman.
Armistice day program to be present- . , .
ed at Memorial hall November 11 at . NJ?W " P1" Eyer?
2:30 p. m. by Athen.-Weston post of Sr hundred
the American Legion. "
A commercial aeroplane gave five 1 If you want a great bargain in a
successful flights Wednesday over Victrola, see me at once. Jack Eliot.
Weston and surrounding territory, , A Harding squash 35 inches long
the several passengers . being Sim is on display at The Farmers Bank
Barnes, Pody Duncan, Otis Adams, of Weston. It was raised without
Sylvan Kennard and Loren Hall, irrigation but with much aplomb by
Although just about the tallest man C. F. Bulflnch.
in town, Sim Barnes has never been ', The A. M. Ross family have been
high enough yet to suit his over- feeding this week on venison thanks
weening ambition, and urged the av- to the prowess of Henry Thompson,
iator on and on to heights ethereal Umatilla river huntsman.
BUTTER WRAPS at Leader Shop
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B. M. Bower
Harold Bell Wright
William Mac Leod Raine
Jack London .
Gene Stratton Porter