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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (April 16, 1920)
If s Time lor a Hold-Up
We cave instructions yesterday, "Hold
all rain for further orders. Please
cancel the strike and bestow juty and
mercy on our next President'
Bear in mind we have our choice agen
cy of the
The-most economical in first cost, fuel
cost and durability.
Alfalfa Seed 4oc a small amount left.
WATTS & ROGERS
CLARK WOOD, NMIihtr
MRS. It. GOODWIN. AiiUI.M Hit
Six Month I W overextended credit,
surrey of good mortgage on a
neighbor's hoime; a cloned cMrrtnK
lor special uevanlon mount nlllu
ence. Now that ho 1 man In
Hdltown he observes that a roadider
ta often the sign of nolo In (lit
hank; touring mr of a inortgnge
W 00 ' driver's hmiw; limounmo of
Three Month 9W ),, father used to say that it was
r.m mn ii ' liia unsound to spend borrowed money
rtlDaT. f B. Is, Jg; fyr pWMUW. We wonder whether
CuitiH it Ins r . Oi iht n't true now as it was
itn4'Uii HiMltr. ihon, ami whether it In not connected
in some way with much of the dis-
Hoover will accept the republican content there It.
nomination ami will not accept the -
democratic nomination. Well, It , SllCCCSSlul Salt
doesn't matter, .inc. . Ths bif ,, ,t th, il0M , ,h.
crence ff consequence between he gB(ur
two itreat parties. His nomination ., .
. .l. . 1a .hiii,. dsy evening. IU cosing entail the
ia the important thing, and if the re- ' " " . .
publican, do not choo.e him it will t ur vt . , J"'' ho 1 "
.how that they prefer a ,,WIlgy ln In ch.rg. Uunng Ih. .ntlr. ..to.
partisan candidate, like Wood or f r,,n, the at.ndnt of .ua-e. the
Lowden. And if we read the sign. h" li equal led in th.
of the time, aright the nation - , ' wMl PM
doc.nl want strongly partisan ,frum " P"ta "f h ,cuu';
president It wants a man who i. . m.rkcd Intere.t and cont in-
..... a.l ,v atllttfl iiil luiw MilttlillrtM ftf filet
independent of party and ir need be " " " V' . iTi
defiant of party-one who feel. th. .
. oenvnriai ami punuii.iiiK rurvi unn
Veton'. commercial intervnU, and It
ha certainly brought the town, bright
"EVERY DAY PRICES"
lluylng for 2!7 butty, rorealve Mtorra inukra it poilile for ua
to nlve our ruatomrra aurh moiy.avlng prlrea.
GiiiKhnmR T.W and !UK'
Calico only UK
Child's MuhIIii Skirt... llc
Child'. MuHlin Pant 10c
llahie.' White IIoo.lt 10c
Mitmea' and Ladle.' lloae. . . ,85c
Oil Cloth 4.V
Canvaa Clove!) 2 for 25c
Leather Face Clove. .IfM-
Ked and IUue ll.lkfn. ..1! for Urc
I'alm Olive Soaii.
.Sflc to 40c
..3 for 2S
White Uundiy Soap. ...4 for 25e
No I Itroom. 70e
Shinola and S in 1 poli.h....lOe
2L'0 IUue Overall. 12.25
220 IUue Jumper. 12.28
Hoy' Overall $1.25-11.40
Work Shirt. 11.25-1140
The newest tiling in waists
y. ..-. hu mrt. W .ml the na. oenenciai ami .omm.unK r., .
tion more. Such . man, we .incerv-
- L l It t . II
over, he i. . bu.ine.a man n ,x. : b .tor. to he attention of
ceedingly able organitcr and execu-
of people. Mr. 0 region la to be com'
ulimented upon the admirable manner
.ubordinate.. in hich he h.. conducUnl thU event.
Ho i a companionate man a. wen mm
. "live wire" in hi. line, ami hi. de
parture will be viewed with rfgret.
Savimr that the ale h. leen a .uc-
(Phone 31) Athena, Oregon)
Sprin Moisture Still Snort
Women's Missionary Society
a 1 a. a laat arakub A'fl
While we are popularly uppoel " "v , " ... . . that would be aure for once of getting "
tive with the faculty of enlisting
the loyal aid of hi.
And if there ever wa a time when a
business man wa. needed in the
White House it Is now right now.
McAdoo shares with Hoover the
qualities of a capable executive, and
i nnt niirhlinri . nartv- man.
would like to see Hoover nsmed by for U ltroimge ex
the republicans, McAdoo by the dem- te"dJ-
ocrats. Then this devoted land NOTICE OK ELECTION
At the Standard Theatre
were fortunate In seeing the picture
nt that time. Two shows will be glv-
to have had a fairly wet spring in JU 2 S n:Jorpr!'
view of the generous contributions " ' .. v i
MntknHUt rhurrh. held in Memorial
"w.iTT .V ,H.r', Zi Wednesday afternoon. The la- The only possible argument against w Qm onfcwd ,
- dies of the United Brethren and Bap- tnc nigner eiiucauonai muiage dm i , . , M(, on tw 4th d
. -i v mA.i tha sm-i - r nsr it win inrreisi! lbaitb . auu
iisi cnurvnvB c v "
flir tertaining organization. Mrs. A. J. fact, this is tne only argument oi , f n onlin(ince tho full titi
SUnner was in cnarge oi me m- j i.v...v.. ..... ml tcx, oJ whjcn , follows:
gram and the following members it. However, institutions of higher . n
contributed interesting numbers: learning are now a fundamental part ; ORUI...K .U. u.
Mesdames Charles Price, W. g. Price, of the educational system of every An Ordinance authorising the Coin-
Marv C McNee and H. Goodwin. A enughtencu commonweaun, ana 10 mon council ox ine iity or nnwn,
ceedingly dry February.
The following comparison is
nished by Merritt A. Baker, govern
ment weather observer at Weston:
Precipitation in 1919: January
2.68, February 2.92, March 2.81,
A gnat treat ia in atore for lovers en each night, beglning at 7:30 and
of motion iiirture nluva. when Cieorifa 0:30.
cam in every det.il. Manager Williams t nu ru. i,it.r nlav. "Tho On tomorrow (Sat unlay) nlht.
.wishes to thsnk the people of this vl- Miracle Man," will be exhibited at the the Standard preaent Mary Pick-
Standard Theater, Saturday and Sun- ford In "Rebecca of Sunnybrook
day eveninK, April Slth and 25th. Farm," with a Mark Sennett corn
Saturday, April 24th, will be the date medy. Sunday night, beautiful Elsie
fur Hi., tu-mil.i nf Athnna ami vli io. Frruain come, in "A Doll's House:"
On Propoaed Bond lue by the City wh,o th rxhlbiUon for j;unj,y r,the Now. and Harold Lloyd com
of Weston. Oregon. (g to .commojato Weston, Adams edy completes the program. Tho
The Common Council of the City of sm nvux. mid-week picture comes next Thunt-
The second exhibition of this great day night, when "A Wild Goose
nirturo In Athena is made .poniblo Chaae" will be preaented. Fatty Ar-
of May, 1920, to vote on the ap- ony for the rvaaon that when it wa buckle appears on the laughing end of
exhibited at the Arcade Theater in a two-rcel comedy, entitled "His
lVndleton, tho flu ban wa. on in the Wife'. Mistake." Regular prices of
other towns mentioned, with the re- 10-20.80, tax Included, for these three
suit that but few of their residents shows.
April l.(S, toui. iu.18 incnes. of feUowship and friend- cripple them is almost as much of an Oregon, to borrow on the faith and
PrecipiUtion in 1920: J""ary fy conversation ensued, during which educational crime as to cripple the credit of The City of Weaton, Ore
1:2Z,Jr"krf ,T; u time appetising refreshments were public school-the bulwark of our Ron. the sum of Five Thouaand
April 3.58; toUl. 7.37 inches.
' K. M.oiiam.1 w fi inniii nnirtv. cicner ureiron a efiucaiionai ii.).uuu.uvi isoiiaro. lur nv iiayuu'iiv -a
The departure from normal for the c;h ru, in.tit,.if.n must have an income in of tho cost, of renairs and imnrove- S
lb aU WJf U.UU, u. -'' - - " - - a m
Price and Charles some degree commensurate witn ments to the Water ytvnl oi ine u
above months was in 1919 .92 inch,
and in 1920 3.71 inches.
April is still trying, and may yet
come to bat with enough moisture to
overcome the shortage. The precipi-
4 nt-lAK in Xir vtt inaf rifm Inert Mnn
day night reached a total of no less saur'
than .88 of an Inch.
The average annual precipitation
in tlflf district is 23.47 inches. The
Lavender. J. H
Price. Guests other than members their growth, or they must turn City of Weaton, Oregon, and to sub
were: Mesdames W. S. Tayne, Wm. away hundreds of students and lose mit the same to the taxpayers of the
Brown, H. Waddingham, Mark A. many of their ablest instructors. To City of Weaton for their approval.
Phinney, Richard Beamer, Baldwin, deny them proper aid is to selfishly The People of The City of Weston
H. Jones, Will Beat- say that the burden of Oregon s do ordain as follows:
- a i : i si l i i .i ..: ipu. r..- ii m
on, reter nasft, n. iovenuge ana at- nigner education ennu ov .arKviy ffecuon i. inc vommun twnui ui
tie Beathe. borne by other states and that we The City of Weston, Oregon, Is hore-
wjn be contented with a third-rate by granted and shall have power and
A msMttittir tL'iH Unnn Ka hfl7l nf tht ta.Ml Altfa nniuAnirii mtryA a.tkn;f a knrvAiu a-kn Ka if K ttnA
departure from nonnal to date is gtockholde of the Swiaa BuU ciub. norma, Taxpmye ghouid fnnMy cmlit of Tho city of Weston, Ore-
6.i4 mches minus. Those jnjebtd for service are re- Mj themselves whether it is worth gon,.the sum of Five Thouaand
quested to make prompt payment to wnile so to sacrifice their state pride ($5,000.00) Dollars to be used in the
From the Walla Walla district cither Chris Thoeny or L. P. Gilli- j orut.r to save $1.26 on every thou- payment of the costs of improve
comes the report tnat tne nrst tun iamj. (Adv.) Mnj dollars of assessable property, ments and repairs to be made to tho
canoaa oi rnuoaro leu mat xxuun . water
lor tne coast, eignt days later man onoe repairing, can at resiuence, Goethe once remarked: "A man and for
in lormer years. isortn uroaq street, r.. i. wicxer. hould hear a little music, read a outstanding
little poetry, see a fine picture every dmces
day of his life, in order that worldly account
care may not obliterate the sense of the said Common Council of the City
the beautiful which God has im- f Weaton shall have full power and
planted in the human soul." authority to pledge the faith and
cmlit of the said City of Weston for
An exchange remarks that nun- the said sum of Five Thouaand
smoking students in Whitman col- ($5,000.00) Dollars and to enter into
lege are said to be far ahead of the any and all agreements necessary to
smokers. Since they do not have to secure the said sum of $5,000.00, by
scratch matches, the non-smokers the sale of bonds or otherwise,
have more time to scratch their Section 2. This ordinance shall not
heads. Inka ffrt ni hA in fnrpn until thu
same has been submitted to a vote of
French suspicions are based, of the' taxpayers of The City of Weston
course, upon historic wrongs; but ,t a special election and shall have re
nevertheless it would appear at this ceiveA . m.,'0ritv of the local vote.
distance as though France were shy- cngt at Mid election, in favor of its
ing at tne snaaow oi a giant tnat adontion
10 DISCOUNT 10
On all bills of goods amounting: to
; $100.00 or more, bought for cash
j, at our furniture store. Five per
il cent discount on all bills of $50.00
I or more. Remember that our fur-
I niture is dependable furniture,
KiinrVf virrVif an1 rvvinl vinrnf Tf
UUUilt lljlll (lUU 1VVU ll(,llb AV
I A. ftl. ROSS FURjIITURE STORE
Top prices paid for Old Metal,
Rags, Sacks, Hides, Wool, Etc.
About $7.00 lor Old Iron
Water Street (second block north of Main)
WESTON - ' - - - - OREGON
had lost its vertebrae.
Reflecting upon what is so often 0f Aprjf 1920.
Passed the Common Council of The
City of Weston, Oregon, this 7th day
handed the occupant of the White
House, the wonder is that so many
otherwise sane . and eniblo men
want to live in it.
Approved April 7, 1920.
J. M. BANISTER, Mayor.
Attest: C. W. AVERY,
The following is the form and num-
J. F. SNIDER
GENERAL GARAGE WORK
Good Mechanics Good Equipment
eAU Work Guaranteed ,
AJAX and DIAMOND IMS
at the right prices Auto Supplies
GENERHL BLHCKSWITHINC at Snider Shop
Savs Dinnv Shea in tho Orocnn
Voter: "Nature has bin very kind ber ,n wh,cn thc measure will appear
to some av our orators bckase if they on tna official ballot:
had a lick av sinse they'd run away REFERRED TO THE TAXAYERS Eye.Glass
Your orders solicited, and
will be promptly filled at
right price. Phone 272 or 93.
WESTON TRANSFER CO.
GILBERT G. ELLIS, Mgr.
! Surely Suitable ;
from their mouths."
OF THE CITY OF WESTON,
OREGON. BY THE COMMON
COUNCII-$5,000.00 BOND IS
SUE. Purpose: Authorizing and em
powering thc Common Council of Thc
City of Weston, Oregon, to borrow
, : ; , on the faith and credit of said City
It has been observed that every t,. .um lr.nnnnn tn k ,i i
order of intelligent beings naturally th(l payn,ent f costs of repairs and
The rebellion of Sonora has
brought about further strife in Mex
ico, but considering Mexican charac
teristics it cannot be described as a
DIt. A. M. KIMMONS
Eye Sight Specialist, Penland Bldg.,
Over Tallman Drug Store
.WESTON BATHS. BARBER
and TAILOR SHOP
R. L. Reynaud
separates thc world into two classes
itself and the remainder.
The allies are beginning to real
ize that if they permit the demise
of the German goose it can never
lay an indemnity egg.
improvements to the water system of
the City of Weston.
Vote Yes or No.
The scarified road these muddy
times has horrified the luckless motorist.
Said election will be held at the
Council Rooms in the said City of
Weston and the polls will be open
from nine o'clock A. M. until six
And why not refer to it hereafter o'clock P. M. on said 4th day of
as a war treaty? May, 1920, and all taxpayers of said
1 . , , City of Weston, Oregon, are entitled
When one of our readers was to vote at said election,
boy in Hilltown, says Collier's Published pursuant to Ordinance
Weekly, a family horse and buggy No. 261. C. W. AVERY,
were signs of money in the bank; a Acting Recorder.
OF ALL KINDS
ii HIGHEST CASH
i! PRICES PAID
HIDES. PELTS, &c.
HASS & SAUER
and Real Estate
LIFE HEALTH FIRE
Do you want to sell your
property? If it is salable
1 CAN SELL h'