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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 18, 1921)
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light you can use. It burns anywhere drafts
do not afreet it. A child can move it in perfect
wifety. You. always havo it where it is needed.
It needs filling only onto a week -no chimneys to
clean -no wicks to trim, no dirt, no grease, no odor.
Gives 300 candle power light for less than one ccntan
hour-clear soft light that makes reading a pleasure.
A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT
THE COLEMAN AIR-OOLITE Is the LIGHT
YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR.
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Complete Homo FurniHhing Department Store.
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you can roll
one bag of
Ilnve You Paid
YOUR BLACKSMITH BILL?
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Take Your Home Taper.
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rrtaca Optical Pailori
15 E. Main St.-Phone 653
Walla Walla, Wash.
IGHT 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 bluestem in one of the
best equipped mills in the Northwest.
Sold in Weston by
Weston Mercantile Company
' 1'n-tuct your wife and family In The
llankara Kewrv. Life Insurance Co.
Cm. Houae, Wei ton, Or..
Blevena Lodtfe No. 49, Knight of
Pythlae, announces the free presen
tatlon of the great pictorial drama,
"Damon and Pythias," at Memorial
hall the evening of February 21.
Mr. and Mr. W. J. Crablll of Ath
ena were visiting their daughters,
Mm. Olln McKeron and Mr. Ray 0'
llarra, in Weston Sunday. '
I'ody Dunran left Monday for
Washtucna to pursue agricultural ac
tivitlra on the holding, of Stagg.
While driving hi. rar from Weston
to Milton Saturday, Jim Deamer dis
covered that hi auto top waa ablaz.
The flanira had worked their will to
auch effect before Jim made the dis
tressing discovery that all he 'could do
waa to drive into the flooding waters
of Pry rreek and thus prevent tho fire
from reaching the body of the ma
chine. Hud Heartier waa with him,
and had Just been enjoying amoke.
It l supposed that aparka from Dud'a
pipe cauned the unuaual "conflagra-
Repreaontativea of the Northwest
ern Mutual company, Mr. Reynold of
battle and Mr. Jonca of Walla Walla,
were here during the week adjusting
tho lone on Sim J. Cullcy'a combine,
destroyed in the recent fire at the
Culley ranch. The combino waa in
aurvd for 12000, and waa the only ma
chine lout in the fire for which insur
ance had been written. Gazing at it,
Mr. Reynold declared that he had
never aeen more perfect wreck in
Mr. and Mra. J. M. Banister, Mra.
Carl McConnell and Wood row McCon-.
nell returned Wednesday from Hot
Lake aanatarium, where Mrs. Mc
Connell and her aon had their tonsila
Mra. Edith G. Van Dcuscn of Pen
dleton, home demonstration agent,
hat set the afternoon of February 26
at 2:30 o'clock aa the time when she
desires to meet all women of Weston
vicinity, to talk over the organiza
tion of a home bureau or comumnity
club. The gathering will be held in
Hoy Lieuallen drove alowly down
from Reed and Hawley mountain
Monday and aaid he would like to
take the county court for a ride (by
no means a joy ride) on the Pine
crock grade. He is confident the
court would then order the proposed
new route opened, out of sheer pity
for the mountaineers.
Mr. and Mrs. Jaa. H. Beamer re
turned Monday from Hot Lake aana
tarium, where Mrs. Bcamcr was op
erated upon for the removal of her
Mr. and Mrs. Clem Duncan, with
their son and daughter, were week
end guesU at the Iven O'Harra resi
dence. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kinnear
of Milton were also here for a Sunday
visit under the same parental roof
Mrs. It. V. Compton, who has been
ill with la grippe at her home on
Weston mountain, is now troubled
with an abscess in the head brought
on by that malady.
Mr. and Mrs. Hey Winn motored
to Walla Walla Sunday to spend the
day with friends and relatives.
A. W. Lundell of Pendleton, ac
eompanied by his daughter, Miss
Kva; sons, Virgil and Harvey, and
Miss Freda Green were Sunday
gucttts at the Leon Lundell homo.
I. C. Hopkins of Weston mountain
is tho proud grandfather of a second
young hopeful who arrivod recently
at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Hopkins near Spokane. Tho boy is
a bouncer, weighing nine pounds.
Miss Mamie Barnes came up frefm
Pendleton Saturday to pass the week
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
S. A. Barnes.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Williams were
entertained Sundny at the home of
Dr. and Mrs. F. D. Watts in Athena.
Mrs. (X C. , Whiteman and aon,
Donald, of Pendleton spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Proeb
stel, Sr., and Mrs. Lilian Fredericks.
Mrs. McLlnden, mother of Mrs. F.
C. Fitzpatrick, returned Saturday to
her home in Roseburg.
Mr. and Mrs. William Driskell re
turned Friday from a week's visit
with the H. C. Fetter family at Free-
The family of H. A. Street have re
covered from smallpox, and the quar
antine was raised Saturday from the
Street farm residence south of town.
Mrs. Street and four daughters were
patients, Mr. Street having escaped
A number of friends and school
mates of Miss Velma Banister as
sembled at the Jack Chopin home last
Thursday evening and tendered the
honoree surprise party on the eve
of her departure for La Crosse,
Wash. A program of music and
games afforded diverting entertain
ment, and a series of comic letters
were written to be opened by the
honor guests at stated intervals dur
ing the Journey to La Crosse. Dur-. vs?iSJ!5sS
U M D
T XX XJ
We are considerably under the market on
You may rest assured that we will al
ways ,give you the Benefit of the very
best price obtainable. We aim to
keep our Prices Below he Market, ir
respective of what that Market may be.
Come In and See Us
JONES & JORfE!
The John Deere Dealers
ing the closing hour a dainty lunch
was served. Those who participated
in the festivities were: Mises Kath
leen Pedersen, Blanche Thorsen, Ruth
Jackson, Minnie Chapin, Dorothy
Bowers, Charlotte Hass, Lily Mae
Couch, Josephine Cowan, Ruby Liles,
.Myrtle Ferguson, Helen Ray born and
Velma Banister; Messrs. Leonard
Snider and Glenn Staggs. Miss Es
ther Husbands chaperoned the com
pany. A son weighing eight and one-half
pounds was born Tuesday to Mr. and
Mrs. D. M. Burtz at their home on
north Franklin street.
Mrs. V. H. Chastain was over
Saturday from the Chastain farm
on the interurban, on a business visit.
Mrs. Chastain, who is one of the
earlier graduates of the Weston Nor
mal, is teaching in the Ferndale
schools, while Mr. Chastain is mana
ger of a drug store in Milton.
Improving Dairy Herds.
Charles E. Hall of Weston has
embarked in a business that prom
ises to result in much good to the
dairying and cattle interests of this
section. He has arranged with
"Smith the Calf Man," a leading
Tillamook live stock dealer, to han
dle the latter's products in this lo
cality, and has already received a
number of handsome calves by ex
press. These are all pedigreed ani
mals of different breeds. One of
them, a Jersey heifer, was sired by a
$1700 bull. Among the orders receiv
ed by Mr. Hall is one from Frank C.
Greer for five Guernsey calves. The
Tillamook dealer lately placed an or
der for 80 calves with one man at
ir you nave trou-
WITH a Term Strings
Account el $1 or more too.
fet .at of oar Liberty Bell
Homo Banks to kelp
yoor tarings grow.
is often said that a dollar is your best friend, and many
times it 8 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
g ibles at home come
to KASIIMt fUUL HALL $
We have no trou-
bles here. i
of Northwest Scenery.
Made for Framing.
1.50 to $3.50