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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1916)
WE8TON LEADER ' rh'nce In IhU County Mr,
1 1 akk teoim, r..w.u. lSihop has attained to enviable
atanding, lt h as a lithuyj and
as. u practitioner. He is u hard-
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The Year II 60 uurw ui mwjvi,
Si M.MUh .... .. .. .1. 0 "5 which It the kind of lawyer
Four Month .... 0 M) Umatilla county needs in the im-
M HMHII'IION itAirt
ItoKular, per liu-h ht iiwrrtHm .... I2'vc
TrKiwit'iit, wr iitch Hr iiuMutum .... iSSj
Ih-bLh, per line r insi-itinii J
OtT. I J, Wift
po-tant office to which he at
pires. Ar. liishop was torn at Full-,
branch, Tennessee,.' March 2d.
iNHi, and wu rcurc.l on a farm.
r ) Ilu tliMllct at VUiloa, Oi.tuH,
MtlMMl (Uft Mll NUHtf f.
Nothing in politics can bo vcrsity of Tenncaav in 1911. He "- ,n m'r !" ,w
more certain than that Roy W. came to Oregon and entered ac Zrn "T ; ', wheat: u.U
Ritner will receive a larger vote tive practice the same year as iUy MrilstuiTs and chicken Keed.
than any other candidatefor rep- junior member of the firm of w'r local agent for Pocwck fkwr
Freewater. Oregon, Democratic resentative. Either Hodiren or Teterson & Bishoo. ' and Hiatchford's Calf Meal. Phon2sl.
GEO. IL BISHOP
After his graduation from high
school ho entered the University SOMETHING TO CROW
nf Tiiiimuuiui'mi l tn:..i....i ki . 1:
v .u,v bum iiuiam-u ins H- .,-' .vilU Mr It.Myilvriki What
J, Flint .quality outing,
H Ileal quality outing,
i..ni u-,i-. 11.1. .l Wh..t: It.lod "t lKnrHl-m
itv ji r c
RITNER'S PROSPECTS BRIGHT terary training in 1908. Hewaa iiuk.cn.wimr i..y Uv.ry. w
gratiuauM in utw iroin tne uni- uiiy win o miw wm
We have always sold Staple Dry Goodii on
a close margin and the volume of our busi
nesti in this line has proven that it has met
the approval of tne careful buyer. We be
lieve tne necessities should bo delivered to
the people at the minimum price. A careful
comparison of the followihir prices will con
vince you that those statements are true:
4 Kcnlile Valuation of All
Ho Favora Granted to Anyone.
t A Square Deal to All.
$ Republican Candidate fur
j County Assessor I
f LOUIS HpDGEII
lit Oregon k'sialature.
An Eaat Knd man and a
i Your vota and lfluenr
(P. Id 4itlMmnt.)
Pork. Mutton, Veal
FISH Monday and Thursday
Get Our .Prices
Phone No. 53. Orders taken by
' hone for mail rouiea.
Ten percent interest on all ac
' counts after SO days.
A. P. Perry
Reeves may beat Dr. Best, but Mr. Bishop has since built up D. K. WOOD the t eed Alan
neither can touch Ritner. He an excellent practice and mar . " '
scncl ably and actively in the ried a Umatilla ccunxy gin, be
legislature of the last session, ing especially to bo commended
and is entitled to re-election on for the hitter achievment. He
his irreproachable record in pri- is now a substantial taxpayer,
vate and public life. Weston will and is vitally and whole-heart-give
him a big vote, as he'has cdly interested in the county 'a
always been friendly toward the welfare and development In his
Weston Normal and supported own community he haa always
it in his speeches during the last been an active worker for the
campaign. What is more to the public good and has identified
purpose, he has taken no part in himself with its civic, social and
the present effort to secure the fraternal life. ' 'f r
school. for Pendleton, presuma- . Having t.irncd his own way
b!y for the reason that he re- through college no one contri
gsrds himself as representative butcd r penny toward his law ed
of the entire county, to whom ucation Mr. Bishop knows well
Pendleton's interests and Wes- the value of a dollar and will be
on's interests are on an equal disposed to guard the financial
footing. interests of the taxpayers should
Strictly speak.ng.Ritncr is not they entrust him with the du-
a Tendleton man. His legal res- tics of a prosecutor. He is no
idence is ten miles east of Pen- fledgling who seeks to complete
dlcton on the reservation, where his education in public office.
he gets his mail and has voted ' .
for the past eight years. His A ror THE' D0CT0R
property interests are nearly all
in the same neighborhood.
inillWf flHI HUH i. .. tt.,av
Johnson perra!, 83 Inch... 10c
Belfast campin, IM Inch M .litt
Worth chelvkits ...l... It
Quality elnghams .Ile
lwtl-U-r4ord itnishama IK
u t ;
Received another shipment or t.AUIf.S' HUITS.
the anaiiiilMt modvla we have had.
llvet calico, all color. ,.,...& J
Black sal sen , U.e-l&c !
Marcerlivd M Inch Mteen, black and
colora..... We ;
Galatea, atl colors I He jj
Canton flannel 8,t-10c-IJe-iac
Table oilcloth, all colors iM .
Unbleack muslins .5-i,o-T.,o ',
Bleach mualina .
Berkeley cambric 1
I Get Your Slit Frensi
Before Prct(in Your Suit
You'll win her if we do
shave, hair-cut and
shine would help.
Oliitfi an intprprttintr rnro fnr
i ai tutDiT tfw r a Kv- anlctnn ... y
m vU w w ..u rtpresentaUve is hkely to devel
JnUepenUe.u nmn, iie m, puu op ;n Umatilla county the
any Cour8e uwwu v tua ci08e November 7. The
sense of justice and wisdom. Bmbition of Dr j A Bejjt for
legislative honors is disputed by
CEO. BISHOP-GOOD TIMBER VV'. T. Reeves of Stanfield and
, .. , . - Louis Hodgen of Umapine, each
Umatilla county will be assur-
red of a thoroughly well quali
fied district attorney if G. H.
Bishop of Freewater, the demo
cratic nominee, is elected to thai
position. During hij five years
t Dr. S. L KE3ARD i
Hospital at corner of Main
and Broad streets.
HARNESS & SHOE REPAIRING
OOOD STOCK GOOO WOKK
Leave orders at Weston Mercantile
store, or bring work to my residence,
Powers cottage, near school,
I. F. SETTLE - Wsston
Democratic Candidate for
I Cc'jnty Commissioner
' V'"- ""w - "'
. i ?
krM n..iM irnA , irll-limnirMl
of w hom is highly regarded in
his home community and has al
so considerable following in oth
er localities. Mr. Hodgen is es
pecially strong throughout the
East End, where he is known as
a substantial and level-headed
farmer. He has friends also in
Pendleton, where he was form
eily the farming partner of Jim
Beyond question Roy W. Rit
ner will be returned to a seaf in
the legislature, but the pros
pects of Dr. Best are considered
open to dispute. For one reason
or another he seems to, have lost
strength in Pendleton since his
election to the mayoralty.
SUITS ORDERED i
R. L Raynaud J
J. C.Pcnney Co. he. '
g ATHENA , - UnCOON
4W W are not bringing coals to Ksweastts but to Waslon,
Oregon. It will N our eotwUnt aim lo supply patrons .
with the best coal we can procur at th kt price
. cwtaiatmit wltkv a rssaonabl profit, (rhone No. IZ)
P. T. HARBOUR at Weston Brickyard
y The larjot stock of
I Cigars, Tobacco and
X practical farmer, familiar with
J the county ' needs.
X (Paid Advertisement.)
IA fi--, fk'iMl iwottH, pketrlic or photo mnA d
M-ntrfmn for pftEg SCAffCH autdrapnrt
Ml pa t(M tftb It r. lUlJl rtWaarVrV-eA
CATC NTS SUILO rOTV9 tor
jmi. Our trm booklet U-0 Nw. wtwi w luvvstt
stud aa-rv yt7 mona'. Writ toruy.
Di SVIFT & CO,
303 S-venth 6t, WashitiBion, D. C.
Chas. H. Carter Dan P. Smyth
Carter & Smythe
PENDLETON . .. OREU0N
: Democratic Nominee for
"Less Laws and Better Laws."
Pld lTrllmeut.) ,'
W. H. Filtr.oa G. II. Biihop
Peterson & Bishop
Pendleton, Or, '; .Freewater, Or.
HOMER I. WATTS
i'rscilcet In all State and Federal
. ' Courts. '- '; ;
ATHENA, OKEOON "
Pendleton boast of receiving
an endorsement of its normal f
scnooi bin from . tne Uregon
Federation of Women's Clubs,
but discreetly neglecta to men
tion that the vote of the Mon
mouth delegates is all that saved
the resolution from defeat after
a hot fight,
W. T. Keeves of Stanfield,
democratic nominee for repre
sen ta tive, js a native son of Ore
gon and a progressive citizen.
He owns one of the best Im
proved places in the county.
: Kirkpat rick's i
; NO BONUS
NO RED TAPE
LOW INTEREST RATES L1UERAL REPAYMENT PRIVILEGES
Ilartman Abstract Go.
t Corner ox Main and Court Strppfa
PENDLETON V ; . OREGON '.
The Adam's period Bedroom
Suite in the OLD IVORY is abso
lutely new hot from the factory
' If efficiency, Integrity and In
dustry count for anything, C. P.
Strain will be re-elected county
assessor, -. -7
' to loan on good
wheat land at
FY- Q. Lucab i
Real Kstate and Loans
DR. W. G. HUGHES
Office In the I'Anm Hiiildlnjr, Milton
. ' Hoiiid, V to 12 and 1 to 5
Dr. Q. S. NEWSOM
Physician and Surgeon
Post Building (Dr. Stone'a for
mer oftice) Athena, Oreg.
Salem, Oct 9 Th Southern Pacific
Co., n a statement on car shortage,
says it is du to small demurrage
charges collected in th state. It says:
"Car efficiency can b obtained only
by fixing the demurrage rat at fig
ure that will mak it incentive and a
benefit to th general shipping pub
lic to releas cars with th greatest
possible dispatch, and as th S3 rat
obtained in California ba brought
this about to an extent not equalled
in Oregon, her because of th low
rates and th average agreement, fiv Dr;ci" !. J r.
times as many ears are hld in x- ' IiySICIuIl dna jlireOD
ee of the fre timi as in Califor-' Offlc hi WatU building
, . WEITON ": .. OHEUON
Dr. Alfred F.Scmpert
Gradual and Registered
W OFFICE HOURS
" 9:00 to 12:00 A. Jt. .
... 10 to 8.-00 P. M.
WATT8 BLOG., Opstsln
Dreiser , $21.00
- Top 20x39
' Fnncb Mirror 20x30
' Top 18x36
Thr rrnch Mirrori
Two 10x18; on 12x20
Bed Wooden ....
' Full si-4 ft. 6 in.
' . . . i 1 1 1 , i . .
ADAM'S FURNITURF Has Come to Stay
DR. C. H. SMITH
Made of Malta refreshing
. temperance drink.