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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1921)
DAVIS-KASER'S JANUARY SALE
COMES TO A CLOSE WED., FE&. 9TH.
After that (lulu our prices will be based on tho cost
of merchandise in today'8 markets. While the
NEW Prices will be much lower in most cases
than they have been in tho past, there are many
lines of merchandise that show no decline in pjice,
and many lines that show a marked advance.
NOW IS TIIK LOGICAL Tllull TO I1UY.
NOW IS TIIK TLMK WHEN IMMENSE SAV
IN(JS AUK TOSSIIILU IN EVERY DEPART
MENT OF THIS lllfi STORE.
Whatever you need in Furniture, Rujjs, Dapes
or General Home Furnishings, 'you can save money
really appreciable sumsby purchasing during
the remaining days of Davis-Kascr's Sale.
THE DAVIS-KASER CO.
Complete Home Furninhlng Department Store .
10 20 Alder St.. Wulla Wulia. Washington.
I floor cones I
JMGHT in Quality, right in Price.
Neat patterns that will add to
the attractiveness of home or office.
..ROSS Furniture Store..
Preston-Shaffer Milling Co.
Established 1 86
Athena. Oregon . Waitsburg, Wash.
Made of selected blipstem in one of the
best equipped mills in the Northwest.
Sold In Weston by
Weston Mercantile Company
Protect your wifu and family In The
limker iteaorvc (.If. Insurance Co.
Goo. Houao, Waaton, Or.
A social muting of the I'ytliian
HWter la called for next Monday night
February 7. All member, art request
ed to be present. Uy order of M. E. C.
Itt-v. W. 8. Payne haa now been,
railed to Llnd, Washington, to con
duct a aerie of revival meetings.
Ilia Touchct revival resulted in some
40 conversions, and a. a mult also
$0000 church -property there haa
Wn taken over by the Methodiat
Having; been restored to health by
hia aojourn in Wentor., Joe Lleuallen
left Ut week for La Cranda to re
aume hla work aa railroad black
amith. Report of the local library for the
month of January ahowa 454 adult i
ami ms juvenile Docks circulated, a
total of 01(1 volumes loaned during
the criod. Thirteen new reader
were registered. The foregoing; ia
ron.idcrcd an excellent showing for
a brunch library.
MikM-a lilsmhe . Thorscn. Minnie i
C hapin and Ora Webb were hoU-aara
for a charmingly appointed dinner
Saturday afternoon, honoring the
niembera of Kwaa-Tc Ka Campire.
Tho dinner waa nerved at the club
room in Memorial hall following the
regular business acainn.
5lr. and Mra. Andy T. Harnett are
receiving congratulation upon the
arrival of a little aon at their home
Joseph Wurxcr I a true dlaclple of
Izaak Walton. During the period of
intensive life, when anow fliea and
winter wlnda blow, he aurrounda
himself with a generous supply of
booka on angling, and peruses them
with delight. The fascinating Ulea
contained therein whet his appetite
for new and greater achievement
to be attained when tho fishing sea
last Friday waa tho birthday anni
versary of Mr. Mary E. Itecves,
who recently sustained a fracture of
the wrist. Flower and other token
of remembrance were sent to the in
valid, and a delectable birthday cake,
the gift of an Athena friend, aided
in making the day a happy one for
Robert Blomgrcn was down from
his foothill ranch Saturday, bringing
the welcome news that buttercup
. are blooming in hia pasture. W. L.
Smock also announced that he had
observed the bright-faced forerun
ners of spring beautifying upland re
gions. Miss Lurlino Brown returned Sun
day from the Walla Walla hospital,
and Monday morning resumed her
work with high school students.
' " Considering the, condition of tho
roads, it is a mystery how ho did it,
but John Hyatt came down from
Weston mountain Friday with a load
About twenty young people mo
tored over to Milton Sunday night to
attend Epworth League at tho South
ern Methodist church in that city.
Mrs. Sarah Rowland spent Wednes
day in I'endleton visiting friends and
Mrs. E. M.
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LOOK THE OLD PLOW OVER
Get Your Repairs How
If you should need a
We have them-a Large Stock at
Prices that are Absolutely
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$ COME IN AND TALK IT 0VERjg
JONES & JOSME
The John Deere Dealers
I'UI'ILS OF MRS. FREDERICKS
GIVE A PLEASING RECITAL
A pleasant event of last Sunday
afternoon was the students' piano re
cital held at tho homo of Mrs. Lilian
Fredericks. Tho following numbers
Nellie Gray Mildred Harbour
I'udding Bag String.. Earl Harbour
Spinning Song Irene Anderson
Little 'Volunteers. . . . Helen Rayborn
(a) Sweet Hope
(b) Peasant's Dance
(c) Anger's Dream'
. . . .' . . . .Dorothy Tweedy
Fulling Water Evelyn Sowers j
Smith entertain! th Flower Song ........ Minnie Chapin
T ITH a Term Sartcp
Account id $1 or mote f on
let one o( oar Uititf Bell
Homo Banks to help
your tarings grow.
Methodist church choir at her home
Wednesday evening. Following the
rehearsal period, delicious hot roll
and colTve were aerved by the host
ess. Tho regular meeting of the city
council was held Wednesday evening,
Mayor Jones presiding. Mesdames
M. W. Pedersen and J. H. Williams,
Falling Leaves . . . Velnia Banister
(a) Scarf Dance (Chaminade)
(a) Etude (Concone)
(c) Woodland Echoes
. ; "... Pauline Rayborn
A' social hour followed, during
which time a delicious lunch was
served by Mr. Fredericks, assisted
by Miss Evelyn Sowers. Among the
representing tho Saturday Afternoon 8ucst .invited for tho cvpnt were
WESTON Wq.MAN'8 FATHER
SAW THE LAST SHOT FIRED
club, addressed the aldermanic body
in behalf of the depot road move
ment. Tho civic pride committee was
i authorized to take measure for fill-
C. L. Shumard of Blanchester, ing in the library lot Considerable
Ohio, a veteran of tho Ninth Ohio discussion was had concerning the
Cavalry and the father of Mrs. A. proposed paving of Main street. All
W. Kaucr of Weston,' was present the "city dads" were present
when the Inst shot of the Civil war The stork distanced the reaper in
, was fired. Tho distinction of firing their 1020 race, at Weston. The rc-
this shot is accorded D. N. Osyer, a port of Dr. W. H. McKinney, health
comrade of Mr. Shumard, under seal officer, for tho past year shows 20
of tho War department. ' The Blan- birth and only seven death.
Mrs. Geo. Sowers, Mrs. Mark Hen
derson, Mrs. C. W. Avery, Mrs. W.
L. Rayborn, ' Miss Dorothy Bowers,
Mrs. Mary C. McNce, Mrs. John F.
McNee and Mrs. H. Goodwin.
Chester Star-Republican contains the
following account of tho incident:
"Osyor wns a member of the Ninth
Ohio Cavalry. On tho morning of
April 17, 18U5, ho was in action
about 12 mile from Durham Station,
Have You Paid I
YOUR BLACKSMITH BILL?
J. F. SNIDER
write that he hasn't seen a decent
At the recent election of officers of day since he landed in the old coun-
tho M. E. Sunday school Bertha try, and that he will be glad to get
Starmer succeeded Alma Barnett as back to Oregon. He continues:
secretary. Mina Price was chosen "Business is in a bad way. Thou-
pianist for the coming year. sands of men are out of work and
Measures are being taken by city more are being laid off every week.
N. C, in what was khown a the Cc- authorities for the relief of the flood Living is as high as in Oregon
dnr swamp. He was waist deep in situation on Main street during higher, in. fact, considering the dif-
the water when a sharpshooter fired heavy rains. ' It is proposed to run a fcrent wage scale. The political sit-
at him, the bullet tearing tho scr- 10-inch culvert across Main street uation is regarded as the worst the
geant's chevron from his arm. At hill at a point near the Joe Read country has ever Jcnown.
tho moment Osyor returned the shot, property, thus conveying the flood "Having become an American citi-
wnich struck the rebel in the kneo, waters into the Dupuis gulch. . cen I had to register with the police
"cease firing" was sounded and a Frank Saling was up from Pendle- hero and I had a little vchewing
flag of truce wa raised by the op- ton yesterday on a business trip. match with them, but I am now in
CLARENCE HAND LIKES U. S.
BETTER THAN OLD ENGLAND
Clurcnco Hand, who is now visit
ing at the home of. his mother in Old
Trafford, Manchester, England, jk, v j-, ME5"'5SSS"i
f-T is often said that a dollar is your best friend, and many
times it s true. A dollar when you need it is a mighty
help a protection to your family and yourself.
Deposits, large-or small, -regularly made are the best pro
tection you can buy. Start now.
..THE FARMERS BANK OF WESTON..
BUTTER WRAPS at Leader Shop
Stevens Lodge No. 49, Knights of good standing again. They were go-
"C. L. Shumard of this place wa Pythias, announce the presentation
a member of the Ninth Ohio Cavalry : of the great pictorial droma, "Damon
and wa in action with hia company nd Pythias," at Memorial hall Feb
when the memorable shot wa fired." ruary 21. Beside thi six-reel pic-
turc, there will be good comedy. The
entertainment fe entirely free.
. Mrs. M. C. Ferguson has been in
town this week from Weston moun-
ing to arrest me and do all sorts of
things if J did not do just as I was
told. However, we finally, settled the
Drs. A. D. & R. A. FRENCH
French Optical Parlors
15 E. Main St-IHione 653
' Walla Walla, Wash.
An unusually heavy 'wind in the
Weston country Saturday was fol
lowed this week by alternate snow-
tain, visiting her daughter, Mis ing, thawing and rain. The weather
Myrtle, and attending the Brethren gods, in fact, have not been severe
meetings, this winter, but remarkably versatile.
of Northwest Scenery.
Made for Framing.
1.50 to $3.50
H. GOOD WIN