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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1921)
dingham, Nr. and Mrs. J. A. Kin
and family. Nr. and Mr. R. H.
King ami family. Mr. and Nrt. F. C.
Grvcr and family, Mr. and Mr.
Fwd lUnJrickwn of Adams, Nr. and
Mr. F.arl Lkualkn of Walla Walla,
Mr. and Mr. A. M. Row and Noil
William' Beaton ha. bn confined gg1 1UU-itkh'
t. hi. bom, with Uln.durinc U 1,,,, MNn IWOB
B. E. Thornton haa been quit ill
th pat tn day at tho hooia of hi
brother-in-law, Prof. F. C, FiUpat-
to cavort before th Wcaton public
u orcaniicd at a meeting ywter
day in the council ro. Nelson
II. June ha arreed to acrva
. , t tf Mr. Roy director, and John F. McNca a mu
a littk aon of Mr. and Mr, iwy .... , ..w ,:
akal director. A
liMUMUiuirh nun ri
- iit ana aiir-Diccr.
Rev. A. J. Stanncr will remain an- ft
m a f -.v.t lira u iw . .
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Waah.. to vis.t Mr. Frank Hikte
brand, who condifon conUnue. ex-
Mr. J. E. Stanfield and Mr. R -
v rsiiiov r in FenUleton ini
""" V. . ' .k. ,,. f Mr. day
and Mrs. Rom Maloney.
. Ii..h , 1 at vivk at.
tracted but little local aellinir. In
the neighborhood of 14.000 bushel
left the hands of the grower at a Crescent ChapUr. Order of the
price basis ranging from 11.37 to Eastern Star, held tho annual elec
Jl.50 1-8 per bushel for No. 1. tion 0f offlevra and entertained their
Frank Price was the purchaser. families at Masonic hall last Friday
The Umatilla county contribution ewninf. Tast Worthy Matron Mary
to European Child Relief has gone Barnes installed the following
out in the shape of three carload of offlcrs:
flour. Two of these were snipped
from Pendleton and one from the
Preston-Shaffer mill at Athena and
A Holstein cow owned by Ralph
Tuttle of Walla Walla holds the
world's record for butter produc
tion among two-year-olds, with a
mark of 118 pounds on a 30-day
A cooked food sale will be held at
the A. M. Ross furniture store Sat
urday afternoon, January 22, under
the ujpfce of Swas-Te-Ka Camp
A contract for the formation of a
co-operative wheat marketing asso-
eiation, to be known as the Oregon MSsion and at a late hour tho corn
Grain Growers contract, will be pany regaled themselves with a
presented at a mass meeting of Or- unch of enticing dainties.
egon farmers at The Dalle on Sat-
urday. This is the information Cnin in E,ceilent Condition.
ttmnirht back from the meeting oi
the State Farm Bureau at Portland
by the three delegate from
county. W. W. Harrah, D. H.
aon and S. J. Culley. Mr. Culley re
norta the session to have been a
most interesting one
accompanied him on the trip.
Leonara cionigren, iur...
soldier who served with much dis-
uncoon overs, m v- watcr.soaked there ig 80m0
cited in order for j,.,,
fire, u now located in Los Angeles,
where he has a position. Since the
war"e has had sVme interesting ex- NOTICE TO DOG OWNERS
periences while seeing South Amer- Notice is hereby given that the
ica and serving in the merchant dog tax for the City of Weston, Or
marine. egon, for the year 1921, is now due
E. M. Schroeder of Chesley, Ontar- and will become delinquent on the
io, a cousin of A. M. Boss, is visit- 1st day of April, 1021, after which
ing Mr. and Mrs. Ross at their home date all dogs not wearing the proper
in this city. He came down from license tag will be impounded. The
the north while on a trip to Victoria above dog tax should be paid to the
and Vancouver. Chief of Police.
Little Glenn Purcell celebrated C. W. AVERY, C. P.
his sixth birthday anniversary Jan-
uary 20th at the home of his grand- NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Da- Jf thig notice u marked it gignifics
vidson. Those present were: Lionel that your 8ubgcription expires with
Marvin, Johnnie and Rite Davidson. the iggue of Februarj 1 mL
Leslie and Emery Purcell, Lora and LeaJer . on 8 cash.in.advance ba8jS(
Ueneva mcas. ine youngsters en-
joyed themselves in sledding and in
tne consumption oi inw ana cum.
In a letter to the Leader from
ReedsDorL Oregon, W. A.
writes that Weston still seems like
home to him. Incidentally, with a Because of depicted reserve, the
couple of "bones," he encourages the gta(e & Savings Bank of Kla-
Leader to keep on leading. matn jrai8 was dosed by Frank C.
Manager Barnes announces "The Bramwell, state superintendent of
Girl in the Web" as the six-reel fea- t,anka.
ture for next Tuesday night at Mem- A magtodon tooth, together
orial hall. It affords the charming wkn th(J end of a maatodon rib. was
vehicle for the first appearance here found br R A of The Daiie8 a
in pictures of Blanche Sweet. he WM wandering down a gully on his
A double header basket ball game rancn
will be played tonight on the local Digtrict attorneys of Oregon in con
floor by boys' and girls' teams rep- TentIoa fn PortiaDd voted to adopt a
resenting Pilot Rock High and Wes- unl!ona poiicy wMch wi mean thi
ton High. The visitors are said to ,uppTWlon of punch.board operation
have cleaned up about everything in ,n tJje 8aU
their part of the county. Tha pear' lndugtry ranUi thlrd
Among books just received from fruit, in Oregon, with apples first and
the county library for use of high prunes second. The apple acreage is
school students in their reading about 60,000, that of prunes 40,000 and
course are: In Ole Virginia, Thorn-
as Nelson Page; Old Creole Days,
George W. Cable; Ordeal of Richard
Feverel, Geo. Meredith; Master Sky-
lark, John Bennett
Swas-Te-Ke Campflre met in reg
ular session last Saturday afternoon
in the club room at Memorial hall.
Following the transaction of busi
ness, an interesting program was
given by Misses Blanche Thorsen,
Pearl Davis and Helen Rayborn.
Miss Rayborn related the history of
the Campfire charter.
' The 68th birthday anniversary of
Henry Waddingham was celebrated
Sunday at the Waddingham home in
this city by a smiling party of rela
tives and friends who assembled
there and joyously greeted Mr. and
Mrs. Waddingham upon their return
from church. It was a real sur
prise as well as a delightful one.
Twenty-four people in all sat down
to bountiful dinner. Those pres
ent were: Mr. and Mrs. H. Wad-
meetinji near iroy, wano. i it.- rj
McCaualin plana to con. Jfi
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F church. South. ffi
wM in tow Tu. gj
. . . , , . ti
from ma u,um. ramn,
intr grcetinga with
Eastern Star Officers
Worthy Matron, Kathryn Mniin
Worthy Patron. C. E. Fisk.
Associate Matron. Ruby Price.
Secretary. Alice F. Price.
Treasurer, Sim Barnes.
Conductress, Edna Fisk.
Associate Conductress, Irene Lun
dell. Chaplain, Amanda Hodgson.
Marshal, Mary Barnes.
Adah. Laura Morrison.
Ruth, Mabel Price.
Esther. Doris Barnes.
Martha, Anita Blomgren.
Warder. Ella OUarra.
- Sentinel, E. M. Smith.
A social hour followed the business
Umatilla county's wheat is in an
excellent condition, according to re-
Po8 mnde the E8t Oregonian by Cj
the ground than at this time last
year, because tne precipitation oc-
wag goft and rptf. There have
-omi.!f, f,m th Wl.
ton region, where because of tho
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THE WESTON LEADER.
Oregon News Notes
Tnc standard Oil company paid to
the atate a totai ot j21.743.96 as tax on
,tg ttiet ot sasoiine and distillate In
Oregon during the year ended Decem
ber 81, 1920.
The Lane County Sportsmen's asso
ciation is arranging a JIg trap shoot
for Lincoln's birthday, February 12,
to take place on the new state game
farm near Eugene.
Senator McNary appeared recently
before the senate finance committee
and offered argument In favor of a
tariff of 6 cents a pound on cherries
in brine, filberts and walnuts.
C. C. Fjtlton, attorney for the port
of Astoria, has stated that be will file
a petition with the Interstate com
merce commission for a rehearing of
the Portland-Astoria rate case.
Many new buildings at Astoria are
being held up on account of the high
costs, and an effort Is being made to
enforce a gradual reduction in the
wage of carpenters and painter.
N completion of inventory we find numerous lots of short ends
of . stock that must be cleared as the lines are discontinued.
Note the sale tables and the price cards.
27 inch ...23c
36 inch 33c
" Men's Hats
One-third former price.
AU$12.00 Blankets now... f& 00
All $10.00 Blankets now... ?6.65
All $9.00 Blankets now. . . .f 6.00
All 17.50 Blankets now. .. .$4.98
All shoes 25 less
White Laundry Soap, 14 bars $1.00
Lenox Soap, 20 bars $1.00
One mixed lot of Fine Toilet Soap, 16 bars . ., . . . $1.00
Corn Meal, 9 lb. sack 50c
Rolled Oats, 9 lb. sack 65c
Lard, 5 lb. bucket $1.40
Lard, 10 lb. bucket .......$2.75
Hebe Milk, tall, 8 for $1.00
ALL CANNED GOODS AFFECTED BY NEW
PRICE LEVELS REDUCED ACCORDINGLY.
One Third Less
The Best 9-4 Bleached
Men's and Boys'
One Third Less
All Leather Vests
One Third Less
One lot to close
Childrens' shoes to close
All 65c sox now 50c jjj
All $1.00 sox now 05c
One Half Price
One Half Price
One Third Less
All $7.50 Suits now..'...$5.00
All $6.00 Suits now $4.00
All $5.00"Suits now $3.73
All $1.50 Suits now $2.98
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