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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1921)
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Are Sole Authorized Agents
In Walla Walla Kor
I'hunoKraphM and Record
We welcome this opportunity to better nerve the
Music levers of the Wiilla Walla Country. The
HHUNSWICK poHKCKKe i r...i.r- remarkable fea
turehv ho many outstmn.iii ami individual im
provement that we consider it a most valuable
addition to our mcrchnndiHinjr, service.
The Davin-Katfcr Company are prepared to offer
'COMPLETE HKUNSWICfc SEIIVICK to present
owners and to future owners SERVICE of the
kind that we have always given our patrons in all
This addition to our unsurpassed musical service
does not in any way conflict with other lines that
wc are handling and will continue to handle it is
merely u broadening of our service.
COME IN TO 1 1 EAR THE FAMOUS
11 H II N S W I C K
"It Plays ALL Records"
THE DAVIS-KASER CO.
Complete llonn' I'lirninliintf Department Store.
"The Store of Friendly Service."
iOUii Altler St.. Walla Walla. WuHhinjttw.
THE WESTOM CULLS
will ROLL, GRIND or CLEAN
your grain, and will give jirompt atten
tion to orders for anything in its line.
INTERHAHOflAL Stock and Poultry Food
Hay. Rolled Barley. Oats. Wheat and
Millfeeds. Chicken Feeds, includ
ing Corn, Wheat, Scratch Food, Hone,
Shell, Grit, Meat Scraps and Fgg Mash.
WOOD and COAL
J. A. LUMSDEN - - Proprietor
. I'rotvrt your wife ami family in Tli
liaukurf Kunorvi Ufo Insurance Co.
lieu. House, Weiton, Or.
W. l Jtayborri In fthijiping 100 tm
of M'lvt lrl liiiiunlMin seed potaloet
to Kumiyide, Wah.
Mi Ilitrii llaror left Thursday
for vlnit with her aunt, Mr. John
Mii-hatl, at Portland.
The application of "hot tu(T" will
Im begun Monday on the uncomplet
ed Dry creek awtor of the tat
highway. All t raffle will be routed
over the dirt road leading north from
Waltrr I'rdcrMn la confined to thn
house with broken ankle which he
ustainrd Saturday whrn the team
hp wai driving became frightened
and ran into a ditch, throwing Mr.
Pedcrcn out of the wagon.
A gypy "caravan" coniistlng of
three covered automobile lingered
In Weston for a few hour yeiterday
while on It way from one place to
another. The apectacle afforded. an
in t : renting contrast between the paat
and the preaetit. ,
S conil-hiiiid Ovi rland car (former
ly owned hy J. II. Price) at a bar
Kain furore. Ir. Krnnard, Weton.
After an abnrnca of four month,
J. K. MiUnnicI returned yesterday
from I'lhccntiu, C'ulif lit look after
hie farming intercut-.. Mr. Mi-Daniel
will remain In Pluci-ntia until lu r .
M-hH, work la flninhcd.
S. S. NcIkoii, O-W. aucnt at Wes
ton, in on his annual vacation. Ac
rompanii'd by hi family lie ha been
vliting Mr. and Mr. C. C. Nelson
at Pomeroy, WmpIi. They went to
Spokane from Pomeroy.
Minn Kloie O'llarra and Mr. Ceo.
U. Carmichael were united in mar
riage Wednesday at Walla Walla.
Mr. ojid Mr. Carmichael immediate
ly began housekeeping at the Carmi
rhuel farm north of Weaton.
Klection of tcaclient of the Weston
M'hool dintrict ha been olnoned
becauKe of the illness of Director Joe
1 lexicon, who for some weeks ha jj
been confined to his home on south
Is tlie Time to Buy LUMBER and SHIN
GLES. It is our opinion that the Bottom
has been reached, and we have reliable in
formation upon which we Base our Opinion.
We are honestly anticipating an advance
during the Early Summer.
EXTRA STAR "A"
JONES & JONES
KelloKir ever-bcarinir etrawberry
plants at 1.60 per hundred. C. W. Author, Bennett; Teaching the Sick, ed by a company of relative and electrician, Mr. Cunningham. The
DcGraw. Huron; Turkey, Clark; Everyday friends from Walla Walla and Wes- work entail a considerable invest
Mr. and Mr. C. F. Bulfinch ac- Mouth Hygiene, Head; Streamcraft, ton. The bride wore a chic tailored ment, and is regarded here as an
companled W. JI. Boohcr to Walla Holdcn; Book of a Naturalist, Hud- costume of navy blue and a becom- earnest of the company's confidence
Walla Saturday to see their new on; John Quincy Adam, Morse; ing spring hat. Mrs. Ottc is the in the town's stability and of its de-
grandson, Charles Robert Tucker. Mexico, Prescott; Down the Year, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William sire to assist in local progress. New
Mrs. Bulfinch is spending a week in Robertson. Haas of this city and has a wide cir- and heavier wire is being strung,
tin- Curdon City, visiting with rela- E. E. Faust was down from his cle of friends and acquaintances, poles reset and the lines re-routed to
tives. mountain ranch Saturday, mingling Mr. Otte is a prosperous rancher of better avoid the trees. The trans
A social event of last week occa-. .ith the shoppers in town. the Dry creek region and is quite an formers are being redistributed and
ioning much interest was the mi- , 'n honor of the twelfth birthday accomplished musician. The newly- two additional ones placed in posi
eellaneou ehower sponsored by the anniversary of Lwayne O'Harra, a weds immediately began housekeep- tion.
local Eastern Star chapter and delightful party was given by his ing on the groom's ranch and will be Mr. Roy Cannon and family of
Bachelor Girls' club In honor of mother, Mrs. Albert O'Harra, as- cordially received into the social life Athena were guests Sunday after
Mi Ruby Price, whoo engagement isted by Mr. M. W. Pcdersen, at of Pea ridge community. noon of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Rosa,
to Lylo Webb has been announced, the home of th latter, last Saturday The annual election of officers of Mrs. Cannon is very much im
Thc affair took place Friday evening afternoon. A program of games and the Epworth League was held last proved.
immediately following the regular music afforded diverting entertain- Friday evening in the parlors of the . Robert Wheeler, star pitcher of
lodge session and wa a delightful ment, after which the merry-makers M. E. Church, South. Leaders for the Weston ball team in the days of
surprise to the complimented maid, enjoyed a delicious lunch, the out- the cimuing year were chosen as fol- its greatest glory, was up from Pen
Cenerou gift of silver, cut glass, standing feature of which was the lov: President, Theodore Walden; dleton Monday on a business visit,
linen and aluminum ware were cvi- birthday cake, resplendent with vice president, Nina Price; secretary, Manager Harbour of the Weston
donee to the bride-elect of her pop- twelve gleaming candles. Those Walter Rayborn; treasurer, Mrs. W. brickyard is shipping 100,000 of the
ularity with admiring friends and slvaring in the pleasures of the occa- S. Price. A social hour followed the yard's celebrated common brick to
acquaintances. During the period of ion were: Ada Calder, Pearl Cam- business session. Prejcott, Wash., for use in a school
congratulations, an appetising lunch run, Margaret Calder, Margaret Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Heath, who building.
Cgffiggra1kWWW served by Meadames E. M. Causland, Lavonne PHtman, Lwayne have been spending the winter Rev. and Mrs. E. W. Achilles and
Smith, C. E. Fisk and Miss DorU O'Harra, Lionel Davidson, Floyd months in southern California, were F. J. Jackson are in Spokane this
IT:'VTVTT'rVC? ! Barnes. 1 Hodgson, Raymond Anderson, Earl in town Wednesday calling on local week, attending the conference of
JaU V i.i:lA 'v,,WT)j U Mw M. J. Marsh sustained a se- Harbour, Harold Jackson, Joseph acquaintances. the Free Methodist church.
v SwiTtA t riou surgical operation, performed Engemann; Mis Mabel Isaacson; Mrs. William Driskell is slowly Mrs. Hetty Powers has added to
I by Dr. Boyden, at Pendleton Mon- .Mesdames Albert O iiarra, Kewton improving, louowing a recent severe ner weston Holdings By the pur-
N (lay. Her many friends at Weston, O'Harra and M. W. Pedersen. illness. chase of the Wheeler property on
8 where he formerly resided, will be Wedding bells sent forth joyous Mrs. J. O. Hales and son, John north Water street, near Main. This
pleased to learn that she rallied tidings Saturday afternoon when the Hales, of Adams, were guests Tues- has a frontage of about 70 feet and
nicely nnd that her condition sinco marriage of Miss Edith Troutwine day of Mr. and Mrs. L. I. O'Harra. contains two frame buildings.
Is encouraging. and Mr. George Otte was solemn- The Preston-Shaffer Milling com- Geo. Carmichael motored over
Mrs. Nelson H. Jones and daughter uod in the office of the county judge pany has begun its improvements from Walla Walla yesterday.
Aiiihw rofnrnnil fitiniliv t fwtm n f ParuMnt.in TUa ,iramnnv fnnlr tin the rlecfcrin ' lichtinj Rvstnni tit J. V. Smith was a Wentnn vUitnv
& three weeks' visit with friends in place at two o'clock snd was witness- Weston under the direction of its to Walla Walla Wednesday.
S Puget Sound cities. .
Miss Dorothy Bowers, high school ;;;;3m;;
YOUR ORDERS NEATLY AND
Vho Weston Leader
Sassafras Senna Sarsaparilla
Hypophosphites Peruna S. S. S.
Herbs Roots Barks Teas
MOW IS THE TIE TO TAKE THEIil!
H. GOODWIN; Druggist
Prcston-Shaffcr Milling Co.
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
student, visited her parents Satur-
day and Sunday on Weston moun-
Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Maybcrry and
family of Milton and Mr. and Mrs.
John Iicamcr were Sunday dinner )
guests at the home of Mr. and Mr. Jt 1
John Mayberry. . t '
Mrs. Mary Crigler, Mrs. Kell V
Crigler, Mrs. Zelma Ballou, Mrs. V
Bessie ColTman and son Richard and
the Misses Martha and Mildred
nHi'ler nt "Frtfwntr wr ' pallor.
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Tuesday afternoon at the R. W. J
Gordon home. ' V
X ;$I?iHE ladies of Weston and vicinity are cordially
invited to attend our Chi;Namel Demonstration,
A .1 1 Q4-1-. nmrl 1 Of 1-. rimt T nrltr PlAm Anpf vnf rv Turill
Miss Mildred Fanning and Miss SyL 11 XOU1 CU1U X7tll. VUt uauj XJmJHOavi. vvi
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Albert of Helix lil, -nrttr
. " nrvc new.
quickly teach you the simple method of making
your floors take on the appearance of hard wood
" floors, and the treating of your old furniture to look
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Mrs. Rita Barnes and daughter 1
May of Huntsville, Wash., and Miss t '
Dolly Brouillard of Pendleton were J
guests last week at the Ernest Ross .
home on Normal heights. .
After a visit in Weston and vichi-
ity, Miss Mildred Fanning has re-
turned to her home in Canada.
The following books were reecived
Saturday from the county library t
and placed in circulation with local
Remember the datesApril 18 and 19
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TCHIN STREET, WILTON, OReCON
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