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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1920)
..,. ,. K, . rA-rn State, without a nomination by elth-
WESION LEADER f mrty w, tmM tht
CLARK WOOD, rIUnr E Hoover would receive more
MRS. It. 0OODW1N, AulitMit Editor vote thn any other candidate. Ho
JERSEY SPORT COATS
vf ttrong with the people, if not with
j j j
Lers Give Thanks-IVHOOP
We've Started Something!
High Cost of Living being solved
What with Brooms toboganning 50 to 100 percent
Lumber off Ten to Fifteen Dollars
Sugar enamored of baseball curves and spuds grow
ing yellow in pita (if not frozen)
We're Going Some Eh?
WATCH OUR WINDOWS -One week from next
Saturday. Pure Palmetto Fibre Scrub Brushes val
ues up to 65 cents your choice for 25 CGNTS.
Another Pipeless Furnace ordered to replace stoves
in a good home. We have the goods.
Peerless and Electric guaranteed fencing. Elec
trie washers, sewing machines and gas engines.
WATTS & ROGERS
fci 00 ' Speaking of "berries' in tho wnso
, ,t, 1 00 of election masuma, there 1 never
M likely to bo any more from tho New
striker have demon
in iliiunlon there U
"Denim dementia dies in Portland."
For awhile, however, tho blue call
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Lesion Fost lor Education S. A.C Elects Officers
Following ia the text of a resolu- The Saturday Afternoon club was
tion adopted at a recent meeting of most hospitably entertained at the
Athena-Weston Post No. 69, Ameri- home of Mrs. S. A. Barnes April 17.
can Legion, by a unanimous vote. It Members responded to roll call with
is signed by C. H. Smith, post com- current events. Mrs. J. A. Lumsdcn,
mander, and C. L. McFadden. post a new member, was welcomed into
rlint.nt- the organization at this session.
.1 II.. puloiilct .1 Wt.l.n.'fl.t.a w n beginning to realise that
.M.dl..ii.ll.iUf. h"vo nrful climate hero-
: r almost a fearful and wonderful ell-
During March tho Treasury lo- "'--
partmcnt accomplished a reduction
lltM m l-t ..r ftf ft hi II i 1)11
dollar in the national debt During rtr"t,Hj ,n,t
six months ending with March, the
nation's indebtedness u reduced
more than billion and a-half dol
lars, enough to effect a saving on in
terest to the taxpayers of approxi
mately $65,000,000 pr annum. 1 ma My, tho apud the country paper
record ia ao splendid as to bring, j, no triBl,r tting on -ubscription.
forth praise from even the republi-
can floor leader rn the house. Re pro- whatever ails the "Sick Man of
sentative Mondell, who admita that Europe." it ia insufficiently lethal.
the treasury officials have "handled .
a trying ituation most admirably,". yMi Oregonian: Nearly all tho
but warns that "they cannot avert nrevr choul of th county and aev.
a disaster unless wo keep cxpendi- crn pf the one-room schools have
turcs within our income." ' Mr. Mon- fBln j ijne wjtn the 12-ntonths'
dell knows, of course, that no money y..r ,nj , f 1200 minimum for grade
is expended that is not appropriated teachers, according to repeats In the
by congress, and that responsibility cou,,ty uperinUndent's office. Tho
for wise economy rests with con- following districts have already ad
gress, where the rcpublicana are in 0,,ted the new aystcm: Urn a nine,
control. The republican leader in fvrndale, Milton - Froewatcr, Dry
that body have been talking about Creek, Weston, Athena, Adams. Ten
economy ever since they came into juton. Pilot Rock. Umatilla, Stan
power, almost a year ago. While f jc,( Columbia, Kcho, Nolin and Riv
they have been talking economy, the rsjte. These schools contain more
government department have quite y,an three-fourths of the school chil
evidently been practicing "it dren'of the county.
Those aro just tho thing fur light wear
this spring nml Rummer nifty, bcltetl
LAWKS' SILK UNDKHWKAU
Pretty, pink, silk Jersey combinations,
embroidered, bodice styles $2.41) to
Summer vests, all styles 25c to -19c.
Summer union suits 19o C9c 98o.
Muslin gowns, muslin skirts, muslin
combinations dainty fresh and new.
See our new tan Tarns just right to
match the spring coats $1.98.
j Incorporated J
(Phone 31) Athena, Oregon)
"Aunt Fannie" is Honored
" . j . u i irom me nign Hiienuunic
of .nee of Mothers' day to be sponsored
al by the club the afternoon of May 1. ,
. - . . . MUUUI at I IC I aiiu mi uiiotivvt v va
"Believing that the Oregon Agri- Plans were perfected lor the owcrv- attendance can be ex
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cultural College, the university
Oregon and the Oregon State Normal
Srhnol are an imnortant and neees- The annual election of Officers re
sary part of the educational system suited as folows: Mrs. W. S. Price,
of thia commonwealth, and that the president; Mrs. Elmer Tucker, vice
educational welfare of the state is president; Mrs. W. S. Payne, secrc-
bound to suffer if their usefulness is tary; Mrs. H. Goodwin, treasurer.
iniDaired throueh lack of nroDer sun- During the tea hour the ladies were
.... ....... .. j . :..!.. . ;.,1 fviiu.
pon, ana lunner Deiievuig mat ine vo.-u i'r"" - rom year t0 yc8r just
present mcome or Uiese institutions - u...v .umn mounted for thc ,ast wvcn yi.ars.
is wnoiiy insumcieni 10 meei ineir j lucsuuma "jm uvui,wu -iu
perssing neds in view of their large W. S. Price. The affair was voted
and increasing attendance, we, Ath- one of thc most delightfully informal
ena-Weston Post No. 69, American of the seasons gatherings.
Legion, in regular meeting assem- "
bled, do hereby Injured in Auto Crash.
"Resolve, That it is the sens of At the fateful corner at Saxe sta
this Post that the measure known tion, where several accidents have oc-
At the higher educational inatitu- NOTICE OF ELECTION
tions of Oregon are 1500 ex-service On Proponed Bond Issue by the City
men who learned through their war of Weston, Oregon,
experience the great value of a col- The Common Council of the City of
lege education and who hurried to t.ston, Oregon, has ordered a spec
school after the armistice. No relief i-i u..ton to be held on tho 4th day
Walla, Mr. and Mrs. Tim MrDride
and son, Harry MeUride and family,
Mcllrlde llros. open! their com. Uf and "IVrd" Mr Bride. Mr. and
fortablo ranch home Inst Sunday for Mrs. J. A. I.umftdvii, Mr. Z. C. Price
a birthday celebration in honor of nd tho honor guest,
their mother, Mrs. Tannle McBrido, -
who recently panned another mile
stone. Congratulations and good The following boy were on th en
wishes were showered upon the es- Joyable "hike" last week up Pin
timablo pioneer woman, who ha creek: Edward Has. Fred lias,
passed through many hardships in- Wendell Phlnney, Harold Magnuaon,
cident to thc early history of L'ma- Ordrll Pedersen, Raymond Anderson,
tilla county. A delicious dinner em- Clarence Smith, Leslie Pureed, Ray
bracing savory decoctions dear to mond Danixter, Cecil Greer, Earl
family tradition was an important Harbour, U-Roy Walden, Norman
event of the day. Tho table was l.uckenbill, Fred York and Robert
ox m a v. 1'j.u. 10 voie on me an- . .il. n .i i.-.i
however i- . . .... cenienti wun uriK"' rni niumuini r.nKiriuu. i-aiicrs 01 mo espeuuiun
' onjvii til an uruiiiama biiv tun
filled; and tmi Uxt of which is as follow:
to the credit of Oregon, it may be.
said that most high school graduates
go on to college. The
rollment at the State
Agricultural College I
School seems likely to keep in out tng
as :t has
ORDINANCE NO. 260.
An ArftinaitM -mi t hnri i rt tr that C riiil-
ncrease in en- r..n-i nf Th ri ..f U'.n
University, 0rc(fon( t0 oy, on the faith and
na .Normal ... . ... r
the sum of Five Thousand
grown in th honoree'a garden. Par
ticipating in the festivities were:
Homer MeUride and family of Walla
were Rev. M. A. Phinney and Cash
Wood, secretary of the Y. M. C. A.
for Umatilla county.
is now 150 percent greater than in
1013, which is the principal reason
why the institutions have had to ap
peal for relief at the election of
News that the directors of Sears,
con, the sum
.. ($."i,000.00 Dollars, for tho payment J
oi ine cost ok rvpaini ami improve
menu to the Water System of The
City of Weston, Oregon, and to sub
mit the same to the taxpayers of the
pity of Weston for their approval.
Tho Tcoplo of Tho City of Weston
io ordain as follows:
Section 1. Tho Common Council of
ting of a 40 percent dividend melon
and that stock in this concern is now
by granted and shall have power and
authority to borrow on the faith and
as the Higher Educational Tax Act curred, and near where John Robin
which will appear on the ballot in son and Dr. Hoisington met their
the Oregon Primaries May 21, 1920, death, four men of Pendleton were
should receive the vote of every ex- seriously injured Saturday night,
service man; and further, we urge when tne car in wnicn tney were nu
mat mis measure receive ine SUD- iK uvenumuu aa jh Diiutr. uiv , . - . .... tl.
port of all other voters." Pr bridge at the crossing of the costs of imp.
railwav track. The car turned com- trustful. cu,stomer' who "st send h . raenta in t(J be mnde t(
Roebuck A Co. have ordered the cut- aty u hw. ;j
quoted at ?236 a share as against f The CJ f w 0re
n at.! . 4 A nvLnn
$2 thirteen years ago, ought to open
the eyes of the patrons of mail or
Ford touring car for sale.
money before he gets the goods, is
swell these enormous
Frank pletely over, throwing its occupants . . .
.t. jn-t , : neiping to
into me until, au are revuvcniiis. . , ,, , j.,i t,:
" self with the notion that he is saving
HHHHlHi-fi money when the mail order houses
are making it by tne Darrei iun
gon, the sum of Five Thousand
(S5.000.00) Dollars to be used in the
repaira to be made to the
water system of the City of Weston,
and for the payment of any and all
outstanding warrants and other evi
dences of indebtedness incurred on
account of said water system; and
. . .. . mu vviiimiuii vvuiivii v. kilt, w.v.
any consideration oi - w, ,u i, A ,
1 ii.. - 1 1 iL.l L. i a
loyauy ro me nome mfc authorjty to pMge th(J faith
On all bills of goods amounting to
$100.00 or more, bought for cash
at our furniture store. Five per
cent discount on all bills of $50.00
or more. Remember that our fur
niture is dependable furniture,
bought right and priced right. It
will nnv vnn fn hnv NOW. vvhilo H
A. f,l. ROSS FUTURE STORE
Top prices paid for Old Metal,
Rags, Sacks, Hides, Wool, Etc.
About $7.00 (or Old Iron
Water Street (second block north of Main)
WESTON - " - - - - OREGON
to Keep up nis town ana oiien t a- ., . fh f, , u,,..,,-
lenas mni creuit wnen vivuib 19 a
This ordinance shall not
or bo In force until the
the said sum of Five Thousand
($5,000.00) Dollars and to enter into
, any and all agreements necessary to
It is reported from Pendleton that . thn ,, ,,, , e5.nnn.00. K
two redskins absorbed nearly all the . l.., n .),!.,
contents or tnrce quart Domes 01 ue-
natured alcohol without material
nKvoii.nl til Tho iuanlatTf nt Kn.
ing an Indian are apt to appeal for "rne has been submitted to a vote of
the first time to numbers of the. w "VV
luckless thirsty who seek a secret ' special election and shall have ro-
oasis in the desert of prohibition. cmed nJfiV of the legal vote.
cast at said election, in favor of it
"Button, button, whose got the but- adoPtio"
ton?" If it's a Leonard Wood but- PM"clthe &Lmmon Council of The
ton. every nrominent local remiblican 01 weston. uregon, mis an osy
' " r " : toon
rtJ seems to have a pocketful that he is
S trying desperately to dispose of. Approved April 7, 1920.
IE - J. M. BANISTER, Mayor.
Hi We believe that Hoover would be Attest: C. W. AVERY,
-E much less a reDubliean nresident Acting Recorder,
much less a republican president
than a people's president and we The following is the form and num
are unable to say the same of any ber in which the measure will appear
OA N DO
Diy lileacbam WOOD
Your orders solicited, and
will bo promptly filled at
right price. Phone 272 or 93.
WESTON TRANSFER CO.
GILBERT G. ELLIS, Mgr.
other republican candidate.
J. F. SNIDER
GENERAL GARAGE WORK
Good Mechanics Good Equipment
cAll Work Guaranteed
AJAX and DIAMOHD TIRES
at the right prices Auto Supplies
OENERHL BLHCKSMITHING at Snider Shop
The total loss from government
control of railroads is now fixed at
more than $1,129,000,000. Begins to
look as though the government had
pretty poor control.
Clothing prices having
64 percent within a year, the sartor
ial advantages of the Garden of Eden
are brought Into .pronounced and re
"Turk Seems Likely to Stay in
Europe." Oregonian headline. We
are in doubt, however, as to whether
our sympathy is due to Europe or
on the official ballot:
REFERRED TO THE TAXAYERS Eyc.Glasa
OF THE CITY OF WESTON,
OREGON, BY THE COMMON
COUNCIL $5,000.00 BOND IS
SUE. Purpose: Authorizing and em
powering the Common Council of Tha
advanced city of Weston, Oregon, to borrow
on the faith and credit of said City
the sum of $5,000.00 to be. used in
the payment of costs of repairs and
improvements to the water system of
the City of Weston.
Vote Ye or No.
Service Phone 436-J
DR. A. M. SIMMONS
Eye Sight Specialist, Penland Bldg.,
Over Tallman Drug Store
Spending a barrel of money to
elect a president seems to us like
one of the greatest waste of a
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
o'clock P. M. on said 4th day of
Even at the risk of being bored by My, 1920, and all taxpayers of said
the daily dispatches, we prefer to City of Weston. Oregon, are entitled
read no more atriking new. to vote at said election.
s Published pursuant to Ordinance
Were it possible to take a poll in- No. 261. ' C. W. AVERY,
eluding every voter in the United Acting Recorder.
OF ALL KINDS
!: PRICES PAG)
HIDES. PELTS, &c.
WESTON BATHS. BARBER
and TAILOR SHOP
R. L. Reynaud i
A. 17. WELL
and Real Estate
LIFE HEALTH FIRE
Do you want to sell your
property? If it is salable
1 CAN SELL IT