The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946, February 20, 1920, Image 2

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The Highest Prices Ever Known
That's What You'll Get Ircm "SHUBERT"
WI WANT 'EM NOW ANO WILL PAY THE TRICE TO CET 'EM
COYOTE
HNnrt00t9 2S.C021C0t8lSlK)jlS.00toU.CJ!i)to 9.00 lllto to 7.C0
OmmMm (22.C0 to 1S.00 1 16-OC to HOP 1100 h 11.00 1 10.00 to 8.COi0C0t 500
MUSKRAT
Spring I 8.00(3 7.00 1 SiOta iSOl 5.Wto 3J5 1 3iO!o 2.75 3 .00 to 2.M
Winter 650 to 5ifl 5.09 to 4.M I 350 to 2.751 ISO to 1.75 1 2.50 to 1.50
MI "NiTtZ
Fine, Dark 1 30.00 to 25.00 1 20.00 to 16.00 1 15.09 ta 1100 1 10.00 to O 10.00 to (.00
Usual Color 20.00 to 15.06 liCOtollOO 10.09 to 8i9 8.00 to 6i0 8.09 b) 5.C0
Coast 15.00 ta 12.00 1 11.09 to 9.00 1 8.00 to 7.00 1 6.00 lo 5.00 1 600 to 4.00
These extremely high prices for Oregon Furs are based on the well
known "SHUBERT" liberal grading and are quoted for immediate ship
ment No. 3, No. 4 and otherwise inferior skins at highest market
value. Ship your Furs now when we want 'em. You'll get "more
money" and get it "quicker" too.
"SHUBERT RETURNS WILL MAKE YOU HAPPY
SHIP TODAY AND KEEP 'EM COMING FAST
SHIP All YOUR FURS DIRECT TO
AaBaSHUBERT
THE LAR6EST HOUSE IN THE VJORLD DEALhSS EXCLUSIVELY V
AMERICAN RAW FURS
27t W.Austin Ave. Depti906ChicacfO, U.S.A.
Omnia ruin'.)'. Washington, twelve
women made complete nam, nii'inu
iug frames and trimming, at costs
$1 to I 'tioli. At a l")' clcanin!
dcmoiisli at ion. worth of denning
n (Unit tit a r.t if fi.M. rahri.s
cleaned, tanged from the daintiest
of gvonri'lte t leather cents.
Towns wit limit n aula tourist
icmp ground liiv dii-tincd to 1h de
vi.l.'.lly nut of the running. The
Spokane Chamber if Commerce ill-t-iiiU
iisiiinvf ii guide book listing
nil Inland Km pit o towns which pro.-
Vi.i.' iieh CotlVenielllf h. rhoto-
graphs of tin- must attractive site
will ho i')'i uili-l in the hunk.
t'milriilri' f t'uiivii.'v WillinniH
atutisl in Iun lisvHt iiiuuial ivpurt t
l'iit;ri'5 t hut tho Umkinir .vrr uf
the country is tiiiu tiimn proHtor
than it was thirty .warn ni;. Ilo rs-1
timatoa that one vrsoii out of vvvry
ti'U has ii bank account.
LI!
iik hi
SPB1MG iyjii!
t)ut of a total of ;ll.7;0 of Ucd
I'nss t'hnst nni: acal vvU in the
stiitc. sales m I'matilla county t.tl
loi.i Willi MilllC ('.U'tl'lvtS yvt tu ro-
port. I'matilla u mvoikI only tn
Mullnomiih in proceeds from tho sah'
of scat-
t the Thonias Shop
725 MAIN STREET PENDLETON, OREGON
- Now on display all the newest
creations in
Women's and Children's
r-
i
i
I
Tho week of Kchn nry :l to 2y hus
liei'n ilesinate.l National Sunir week,
tn he observed in the .silumU thnnitrh
out the country. The ainvintf .of pa
trutic solids and favonto old hymns
is to he chcimiutred.
IS
I'pun ii(ii;i;r the advance proofs
of hi book we uie inclined to think
the former crown prince is a belter""
writer thnn a fiphter which isn't
jH.vim; superlatively much.
After all it nsiirht jn-rhapit la Ut
tcr to let l!i!l Hohenrollein pass out
as the biKKcst damphool in history
'rather than, if only in the eyes of his
compatriots, a martyr.
We invite your inspection when in
our city.
CAMPBELL 1LLBV
Rose 'Campbell
Bertha Turner
I lie iMiitor or t.'tis miluculuil siuel j-t
may he a bit obscure in other re- Ixi
siui ts, but he has at least achieved frj
t'le I'i.tiiu'ti.m of lift being a candi- ."i
i:ate f r pn si.lvnt.
llnly l;ecuus. our .Merc, fuini.she.i
!m'y of ii; ! r;. mv we able tu sit
f. :t i the fact teal iermany has is
.uid .!.,Mi,K!i,,rio i m;icr marl.t.
1 bv the
Inly in
it Im. hit the av iation
der fire, it i:; perhaps
that we should still be
as to the merit.' of the
program mi
only natural
"in the air"
controversy.
WESTON LEADER
CLARK aOOU, fubli.lwr
MRS. H. GOODWIN, Amilint Editor
SL'BSCRirilON RATES
Sl.icliv in AfHAna
The Year
Six Months r
Three Months
'! !i. . who are fund of say mi: that
Wilson is un autovrut would be the
first t' call him a jelly li -h if he took
instead if giving them.
furnish p'st-war ediicational yervic:
a( pie-war prices. If titey !'i not re
ceive what they must receive in order
to reaeh and n:aint.un a standard at
all comparable with that of similar orders
institutions in other states, it will be
to Oregon's indubitable shume and ' -'ain tiu' oltr" llu'
(Ml disgrace. Also, it will be ta Ore- returning .-.itter in huldimt what looks
1 iki Kon's indubitable disadvantage, if 1(1 bl' n !'1,t h""'1 11,0 Adriatic
0 51.1 .she cares anything about jraimii); a Knie.
citizens the immitrrants to this coast
HUDAT, FEB. 20,
1920
Enlcud at the poilollicc l Mtslon, Oregon
41 tccond-clait mail matter.
AUVERIISINU RA1FS
..15c
Regular, per inch per insertion ..
Transient, per inch per insertion.
Lrls, per line per, insertion ...10c
FIRST RANK OK SECOND?
In a letter to this paper thanking
it for support of the educational hill
which comes before the peopk- in
May, President P. L. Campbell of the
University of Oregon says: ,
"The crisis is really acute at the
higher educational institutions and
relief must be secured as speedily as
possible. It is .iuft a jue
seems to me, as to whether )ree;on i
going to take a first rate or a second
rate position in Pacific Coast matter
tional advantages for their sons and
daughters.
It will be found, too, by the indi
vidual taxpayer that while the cost
rf maintaining these institutions may
look pretty hijih in cold print, it is
20c ri!aratively low per student. He
wiil also iiii'l mat it anus a mere
trifle to his individual tax bill. If he
is an average taxpayer he will rave
the added cost of the schools by do
inj; without a few cigars during the
year.
i'o weakening effect.; of tin
ident's illness is yet apparent
vertebrae.
pres
in his
MISLEADING.
Any person transacting business in
these days must keep a cool head or from MsUint nt the AUu.a 0.w
depot to station agent at Adams.
"OVER THE HILL"
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Dames were
in the city Wednesday from Weston.
George Kinntar. old timer of Wes
ton -from boyhood up - was in town
Wednesday.
The doc poisoner is taking a va
cation, no canine deaths liavini: been
reported this week.
Kaymond Geissel has been promot-
he will he misled, says the Enterprise
Keeord-Chieflaiii. In every h-' the
volume of salts looks large, and you
tion. it i,re likely to think you are taking in
to much money that you must be
making a good profit. Kut the iiafu
course is to hang on to every cent,
A great immigration is coming to Vm: to watch it as never before, until you
Coast, and the state must be in a po- have paid your bills which you will
sition to attract the best class ot f,n,i are 0n the same level with
families. If the higher educational ceipts.
Riil (ih StnKffx, who haH resided here
the past winter recently moved Ut
the J. A. Lummleit place near Wes
ton. Mrs. A. J. Walker, who has been
ill for several months, is reported
very low at her home on North Third
rc. street.
Dr. and Mra
Newsom and two
institutions are not adequately sup- This is true of the merchant and sons were in the city Sunday from
ported, we shall undoubtedly lose to manufacturer and equally true of the Ereewater, quests of Mr. and Mrs.
Washington and California. . farmer and stock grower. Old habits Robert Tharp.
"The most important argument, of aie no guide, for never was so much ,f, v. I'inkerton is preui-itir to
course, relates to the duty wc all money handkd as now. As sales are muke extensive improvements iri his
have of taking the right care of our made of wool, wheat, clothing, gro- residence property on Fourth and
sons ana uaugnters. i r.e statement caries, lumber or any other commod
made in support of the Fisher bill in jt; such a sum of money is received
England that education i3 the debt l;, s would have turned our heads in
which maturity owes to youth, is former days. There is a temptation
profoundly- a true one. In the face (,,, f ,,(.( jt, to gratify some of the
of enormous expenditure.;, IJiiglaud many whims and ambitions every
'man nourishes and buy what he has
wanted so Ion if. If he yields he is
gone, for the bills for materials ami
for labor and incidentals will be
found to be in proportion to the re
ceipts, and the margin left over when
made the heaviest appropriations in
her history for popular education.
It is both an investment and a safe
guard for civilization."
President Campbell is right. Oregon
cannot expect to take first rant in
education without paying for the a accounts are squared will sober a
privilege. Oregon has been too much man.
in the habit of expecting first-class it is an old truism of business that
service from its institutions of high- the money taken in by any concern
cr. education at a second-class price. ,f,K.s ,)t belong to it until the bills
In the main, Mie has not been disap- alc The fact is overlooked by
pointed, although never so generous inexperienced men just starting up.
Washington and
Jefferson streets.
Mr. and Mrs. I!, it. Kichnrds and
litlie son Koland, who have been ill
with influenza, ure improving under
Dr. Smith's care.
Henry Miller has been sawing while
the sun nhines, with tin- result that
he converted some trees near tile city
park into cordwood.
,N. A. Miller, who went to Portland ''" ' "si'h' with l,, """iplet,ion of
liist week to purchuse a new slock of tl" present term of aehool.
furniture, has been spending several ,vr,, Therei.a Merlin left Wednes
days at Shepherd Spring He is ,i.,y morning for Portland, where she
expected to return today. t'iiw medical attention for her
Miss .Stasia Walsh county Mod Cross little daughter, Fay. Mrs. Berlin will
nurse, who has endeared herself to '"' ' her brother, Grovor
many iieoplc in Athena and the coun- "ay. tllu ''ty.
ty during her Incumbency, left this Mrs. W. K. Young, a former reid-
one of the two nui'si s sehct
Kid Cross for as .icmncnt t
Poland lit this time.
Athena Weston I 'oft, American
l.i tion, will give a benefit dam at
Atliemi oht house tomorow ( Satur
day) nirht. Good music has been se
cured for the occasion and a good
tim' is assured all who attend. A
i" nci'Bl invitation is extended to ev
erybody All are invited t'J come nt:d
assist in making thii scries of dames
a success.
The family of Otho IJocdi r has been
seriously ill this week with influenza,
but with the exception of the little
laughter the puticnts are recovering
ni.ely. The little gill has In en
threatened with pneumonia. W. J.
Cholsoii, father of Mrs. Keeder, has
In en staying at the Iteeder home dur
ing the family's illness.
After closing two wicks on account
of the flu epidemic, the Athens school
v. til oK'n Monday for work. Miss
i-lary Ijinibert has been secured to
t aeh in the third and fourth grades
in plaei? of Miss Hudson, who hum
forced to resign the position on ac
count of ill health.
J. E. Froonie of the .St. Nichols
hotel proposes a sewerage district to
embrace the business district on the
north and south sides of Main street,
with an nutlet into a modcruly-con-stiucted
septic tank. he has
brought the matter before the city
council.
I-'avorabIc weather conditions are
resulting in noticeable increase in
county road work. Grading opera
tions arc now under way at the John
limiister place east'tjf Athena. The
hot stuff plant will not resume oper
ations for some time yet.
Earl Williams, Pendleton contract
or, has secured the contract for
building the new Athenu .State Itank
building, coiner of TUnin and Third
streets. The cost will he $1 4,100, and
construction work will.. begin in the
near future.
Mrs. David Stone has a fine pute
hivd Holstein cow which is giving
oiirht gallons of miik per day. Mrs.
ft tone proudly says she intends ad
ding to her herd of llolstcinx by the
purchase of more cows in the near fu
ture. .luhn McGibbon has Conic from
Weston to take the position vacated
by Frank .Snider. Mr. McGibbon
hns a family who will come to Ath-
Jchis. wh.ie ,ir. Vmiliw loliduclcd n
harness shp. ."she n survived by her
husband and one dam'htcr, Miss l-c-ohi
Young, of TVoimi.
Mrs, Dura Tavlot, tufv of Gary
iayl'ir. until rvunlly maiiacer id the
.1. C. lYnmy conipiiiiy store in this
city died ycf't'idnv morning at the
home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
I'.atir, in Wulhi W:ilia. from pneu
monia following a r.i"it illness with
nit!um:?a The funeral was held at
two o'clock tin - afteiiiooii in Walla
M alia. jicrviecH were loliduclcd by
Kev. It. II, ISuitou.
Athenu's quota to the Armenian
itclief fun.!, as prorated bv the coun
ty committee, was placed at IdlMI.
The sum was raised in a few hoiir.i
of actual solicitation by I."U Hodgcn,
.Marion llansell and S. S. Pnrriit, who
worked in hit district northwest of
town,
Mr. and Mrs. '. E. I isk of Weston
were .Sunday guests at the Jc
Myriek residence.
IIEMSI ITCHING DEPAUTMENT
A. M. JENSEN CO.
Hemstitching, I'ecot, Chain Stitch
ini; ("inbroidery, liiauling, Plain
Mill bun , ISuitou Holes and Iluttons
Covered, i'ltuliiig.
MUS. C. E. FEUCl-WON
i'hunu tt.iG, Walla Walla, Wash.
Ill, A tlo mi Teacher MrilRns.
.Mi-s Itinhon who was stricken ill
while teaching in the A the mi pub
lic school, conveyed to her home
m I'eiidh ton Sunday, mid so moii n
lur coinlitioii will permit will I ta
ken to a KuiuUriiitii in Poitland for
Irentiiicnt Miss Hudson ha made
many friend during her work rf
and all eiteiid dicpest sympathy au l
l.upe for lur curly recovery. Her
nsii;iition has Win tendered the
school board,
Utah GOAL
fAND1
II
Your ortU'rH Holicitod, ami
will bo promptly lillcd at
ru'lit prit-ir. Phone 272 or 93.
WESTON TRANSFER CO.
GILBERT C5. KLL1S, Mrr.
:"
I Sleep?
You can lo cither or both
with entire satisfaction at
WESTON
CASH MARKET
f WESTON HOTEL 1 1 PRICES PAD)
North Water St.
Hoard by the week, or by
the day. Clean beds.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hebert
FRESH MEATS
OF ALL KINDS
HIGHEST CASH
FOR LIVESTOCK,
HIDES, PELTS, &c.
MASS & SAUER
1W.LUNDELL!;! lunches
General Insurance
and Real Estate
in her fcchools as Washington and When the cash iliawer is full thev aro
California and' others of hersistcr ar,t to think they are on the' high ,"l'kon the first stage of her journey dent of Athena, died at her homo in
commonwealths. Compared to the r,',a, to wealth, and they may scatter l'' I'uhind where she is sent by the Tafoma Inst Wednesday, February II.
maintenance they receive the univers- thiir funds-befoie they have paid Rtl Gross.. Her work in the classes The cnuse of death was pnucmonia,
ity and the college have been doing thfcjr bills. '" nursing anI home hygienu her contracted from influeiiita after only
crand work. Dut with the prices will continue under her successor, so four days of illnesH. Mrs. Young and
. ...rvthine' else doubled and often. At a recent clothing demonstration it is said. Miss Walshs' picture up- family left Athena about fiftten years
j LIFE HEALTH FIRE
AUTOMOBILE
INSURANCE
ICE CREAM
CIGARS
CANDIES
Baker's Goods
Do you want
properly? If
to sell your
it in nalublo
1 CAN SELL IT
V "- -rf C ... .. . . . . . n , . . - , , . T
trebled they cannot be expected to conducted l.y the rarm JJureau in peared in last aunday s yrcgoman as ags alter Tcsnunc nere ror many 44a4a,4444
1'hone your dray orders,
j. .. ?
j yj, or call at store.
S
Davis & Ellis
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