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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1920)
FOR I 1 SHOPPING
Chrlntma Is Kctting nearer (he time left for
nhopping Im growing shorter. Start TODAY to
finiftli your Chritman (iift buying.
Como here where vc have made every preparation
to take care of late shoppers and you will And that
you enn select your rifts wi! nt loss of time.
Stocks arc well displayed ami in grvvl variety;
salespeople are prepared to give you every assist
ancc in making selections.
TJoiirTJi. Gxrrs Abound
in this store of practical gift suggestions.
Practical Gifts arc the rule this year, making for
economy to the giver and assuring satisfaction to
the reccipient. It is a case of giving not less gen
erously but more sensibly.
FURNITUKE KUGS DKAPERIES
MONARCH MALLEAKLE RANGES
McpOUGAL KITCHEN CAUINETS ....
FINE GLASSWARE CROCKERY
SILVERWARE ART GOODS
TOYS TOYS TOYS
HIGH GRADE PIANOS
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS, IIECINNING
SATURDAY. DECEMIIK.il 1H.
THE DAVIS-KASER CO.
Complete Homo Kurnishinjr Department Store
10-20 Alder St. Walla Walla, Waith.
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jj Wtston, Oreton
Dependable 9prK Plutfa
OF ALL KINDS
HIDES. PELTS, &c.
HASS & SAUER
A. M. JENSEN CO.
Hemstitching, Pecot, Chain Stitch
Inr Embroidery, Bmidinfr, Plain
Stitching, Button Hold and Buttons
MRS. C. E. FERGUSON
Phone 030, Walla Walla. Wash.
Phone 83 Residence 275
DR. N. P. lJENNET
Weston Mercantile Building
SUatiil Makes ol Tttet
Oils and Supplies
All Work Guaranteed
('mil for chickens. J. It. Reynold.
W. L. Kayborn has completed his
KitUi harvest on Weston mountain.
He ha the largest crop in the neigh
borhood, having dug and pitted 2700
J. K. McDaniel lift this week on
hi annual trip to the southland to
M-nd tho winter. He will join Mrs.
McDariivl at Los Angeles for the hol
iday vacation. They will reside at
I'larentia, Cal., of whose teaching
force Mrs. McDaniel is a member.
Itcr Carlilo and family motored
up from Hood River this week for a
Mrs, C. O. I'edersrn is reported to
be ill with appendicitis at her home
In this city.
Fred Kauer of Tacoma 1 hero for
a holiday visit with hi parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. W. Saucr.
Mis Isaacson of the Weston school
faculty ent Wednesday in Pendle
ton, transacting business pertaining
to school work.
An enjoyable social dance was held
Saturday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mr. Alex McCorkell on Reed
and Hawley mountain. Some sixty
people of the neighborhood attended,
and found pleasure both In dancing
and the spirit of sociability which
reigned. Light refreshments were
served. Mr. McCorkell and Sclmer
Thompson constituted the dance or
chestra. Mr. and Mr. Albert O'Harra were
recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Hainey at their home on Reed and
Kendall (Turk) Smith has re
turned from Vancouver, Wash.,
where he gained a lot of interesting
new experience as an employe of the
big Standifcr shipping concern. His
brother, Frank Smith, O employed
at the Standifcr yards.
Weber English of Elgin, Oregon,
ha been visiting his brother in the
Mrs. Zane Lansdale of Pcndetonl
was a recent guest of relative on
Glenn Urutschcr left Thursday for a
Christmas visit with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. G. A. Brutscher, at New
Mrs. Bessie Holliday arrived this
week from her home near .Seattle to
attend her mother, Mr. E. T. Wick
er, whose serious illness continues.
Mrs. Smith Tayne of The Dalles, an
other daughter of Mr. Wicker, is
The Young Men's Law and Order
and Debating club was organized -
Tuesday evening, under the sponsor- getting ready to do business when
ship of Rev. W. R. Storms, and will they found that their car had been
meet again next Tuesday evening at raided and their stock stolen. The
tho Baptist church. The following villainous "monshine" which consti
officcra were elected: T. A. Brace, tuted their stock in trade is said to
captain; Robert Dickenson chairman; have been seized and destroyed by a
E. A. Dickenson, secretary. couple of men who suspected the oc-
Stevens Lodge No. 4!, Knights of cupation of the strangers. The latter
Reduced Prices for
ELECTRIC STAND LAMPS
PYREX OVEN WARE
many other useful Gifts. We are
at a price considerably below what
you would have to pay in the city.
o o o
16 inch cord wood at $4.25 per Rick.
Cash in the yard.
JONES iz JOME1
Hardware :: Implements n Lumber
Pythias, was the most satisfactory
host of a delightful party Wednesday
evening at its castle hall. Some 175
guests were present and enjoyed the
occasion to the full. An informal
program was followed by an appetiz
ing lunch of cake, sandwiches, ice
cream and coffee, served cafeteria
style, and dancing was then indulged
in at Legion hall, which had been
rendered gay with bunting. The cas
tle hall was decorated in tho Pythian
were then ordered by the chief of po
lice to depart hence p. d. q., and
stood not upon tho order of their go
ing. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Emmel and lit
tle son of Athena were dinner guests
Sunday at the G. DeGraw residence.
Mrs. Sarah E. McDougal, one of
Weston's pioneer women, has been
granted a pension by the United
States government under the acts of
1916 and 1920. The allowance is $30
"dance, furnished by Payant's orches
tra, was an especially pleasing fca-
w&vvmvmWi ture of the flrir-
it. vvaddingnam is visiting in w al
ia Walla this week at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. E. R. Lieuallen.
A few lots of wheat have been sold
recently in the local market at around
$1.60 for No. 1, but this price is now
shaded to some extent because of the
drop at Chicago. The largest lot was
2000 bushels, bought by Frank Price
for the Weston Warehouse Co.
colors. Music for both program and er month and dates from October,
Leave orders at resi
dence (Marsh cottage)
Bouth of Weston Mer
cantile. Phone SCI.
GEO. A. LINDEKEN
We are overstocked on auto robes
and horse blankets and must have money,
and have decided to close out these two
items at cost.
They are all the famous 5A robes and
blankets and we have them in a large, va
riety of colors and patterns.
COME EARLY BEFORE THEY ARE PICKED OVER.
THE WESTON HULLS
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
Millfceds. Chicken Feeds, includ
ing Corn, Wheat, Scratch Food, Bone,
Shell, Grit, Meat Scraps and Fgg Mash.
WOOD and COAL
J. A; LUMSDEN - - Proprietor
1916, Mrs. McDougal having received
a pension check this week for $1131.
Her first husband was Aaron H.
Barnes, a veteran of the civil war.
Floyd Couch was here from Enter
prise this week, visiting the scenes
of his boyhood for the first time in
nine years. Floyd is one of the lo
cally celebrated "Couch twins," who
in their younger days resembled each
other so closely that they could sel
dom be told apart
Mrs. J. W. Hvatt has moved to
D. F. Lavender of this city has been town from the UpiandS( h8Ving taken
appointed deputy sheriff under Zocth roomg mt the dormitory. Miss May
Houser. and will enter upon his du- Warner, who makes her home with
ties when the new sheriff takes of- M Hvatt. ha8 0ne to portiand to
flee, the first Monday in January. meet her Arthur L. Warner, gsssSKSSSSSSSSSSSS
air. wiYonucr ,.., .,.u who ha8 in service in Europe,
as a peace officer, having served un- ,. . .. .
trip to Columbia river points after
milch cows for a small dairy which l
BUY A BARREL OF FLOUR
he is starting at his mountain ranch.
dor Mr. Houser when the latter was
sheriff and also later when he was
United States marshal. For nearly
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eleven svnia no t,vowno t ...j m, n t.,, ,,! 1,-.
... t- J lull aJIMU UUtSt A-tMUC sii tv-
of police. Mr. Lavender says the .p. fifgt of
pointment was wholly unsolic.tcd of Mr8
and came as complete surprise. Mrg peter fl Hags
Lowell (Pody) Duncan is back in They went from weston to Walla
the old town again, and says It al- Walla Mr Turner is taking a va
ways looks good to him. Tody is at- cation a long siege of work as
tached to the payroll of the Kerr- foreman 0f tho Storie & Ritner up
Gifford flour mills, wherein Orval pur rancj,.
Duncan is employed as foreman. Joe Hodgson is a patient In Walla
The concern closed down for the hoh- WalIa hospital, where he is receiving
days, after completing a largo con- treatment for heart trouble. Mr.
tract. This ia tho reason (although Hodgson is foreman of the grand
perhaps not the only one) that Pody jury which has heen compelled to
Is with us again. postpone its work because of his ill-
Mrs. Lilla Kirk and Mrs. Margaret noss. James and Robert Hodgson
Rabb, Athena visitors, were enter- WOnt over to Walla Walla Wednes
tained at dinner Sunday by Mr. and day to visit him.
Mrs. Allen Richal. Tom Diggins has moved from his
Two itinerant boot loggers visited mountain ranch to his lower ranch on
Weston Sunday and parked their car Couso creek, in order that his family
in a convenient but obscure spot on may have more convenient school fa
Water street They were evidently cilities.
and otber attractive Goods
4 H. GOODWIN