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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1920)
WATTS the Matter
WATTS & ROGERS?
Machinery for harvest going rapidly.
Only one mower left
Binder twine nearly all sold.
A 10-20 Titan Tractor arrived last "
week and sold.
We're busy. We're part of Athena.
If you're not busy, it's your fault.
Step in front of a mirror and look at
what you see.
WATTS & ROGERS
CLARK WOOD, Tukllihir
MRS. H. OOODWIN, AuUUat MUor
" MimcKinioN RAiri
Stfhii ft A.n-n
The Year- -....WOO
Six Months i 1 00
Th& Monthi 0W
FRIDAY, JOKE It,
Mitts l lh aettolllcs it WnUn, On ja
ticnd Uu MtllNiillo.
THE "OLD GUARD'S" VICTORY.
If the republican win the Nownj
ber election it will ot bo because of
the strength of their position but be
cause of the greater fomparativo
weakness of th democratic position.
And if the San Francisco convention
afford more depressing spectaiJ
than the Chicago convention, it will
be because the" rival democratic lead
em have clubbed out each other's po
The "old iruard" of the g. o. p.
never dies, althoUKh it
surrenders and often compromises.
AGAIN OUR NEW YORK MJYKKS 'HAVK MADK A MONKYSAVIN(
NEW (JKORdKTTK WAISTS
SHORT OR LONG SLEEVES
ALL COLORS AND SIZES
NEW SILK JERSEY AND TAFFETA
J C. PENNEY CO.
It finally succeeded through the ac
tivities of its senatorial skirmishers
at Chicago In nominating its man.
But the intriguing solons were com
pelled to reach a compromise with
the Johnson radicals by which the
League of Nations principle is virtu
ally repudiated and a vague scheme
submitted which would substitute
something similar to The Hague
That forty or more world powers
are member of the League of Na
tions, that the league embodies the
its military activities, past, present
mini future. U iriven at nearly four
sometimes bi,ion. ot ,illar-a colossal, a tu-
nendou. a staggering sum! Will
Among the things
Murray Butler would
ideas of many leading republicans as bound, to have left unsaid,
is that General Wood's backing con
sisted of a joblot of stock brokers.
welt as a democratic president, that
. the Uniteh States stands virtually
Court of the State of .nimj.tl to the lcacue as now in
being carried no weight with thre- A Baltimore preacher says that
publican convention. It was deter- "every profiteer is certain to go to
t- .v r..rf f th Si. f In the Circuit
m uw rt t it ....-..
Oregon lor UmatiUa County. inwni.wv
Birdia Logan, Plaintiff, vs. Robert Lo- Effie May Milton Plaintiff, vs. Albert
gan. Jr.. Defendant. ;". l ta ... othin- for whlch Nof i0 f, brolhtr. We'd
T nd "deAfM''lo."'l""ro,",ra Wio Und, .no-or, snd u. thn Satan should have
InThe Name ofthe State of Oregon: In the Name of the State of Oregon: its bitter partisan rancor toward the the fun of roasting then.
You are hereby summoned and re- You are hereby summoned and required president quite likely had as much to . -
quired to appear and answer the com- to appear and answer the complaint on do with tnc Ague's defeat as the The g. o. p. committee, belike, in-
plaint on fife in the above entitled suit file in the above entitled sua on or be- brought to bear by anti- dulges the hope that the sovereign
hrTput of th' Johnson and voter, will not fee. hard toward
i?tol!iKl wit.onorbefore.the 9th day of July. Borah stamp. "srd.ng nor cool toward Coolidge.
day of July, 1920; and for want of such ly; nd want oi sucn answer, ine Harding, who is described as a
answer, the plaintiff will apply to the Ptiffwl apply othe rtfor , M cf Ml.Kinley type,
iplawfr &d objc.tion.ble candidate
that the bonds of matrimony and mar- matrimony and marriage contract Beyond doubt he is good man if not
riage contract heretofore existing be- heretofore exisUng between the said , gTcllt om!- the objection lies in
twien the said plaintiff and the said plaintiff and the said defendant be fur- h f hj nominationl
defendant be forever dissolved and ever dissolved and that the said plain- """ ,,,.
that tlfe said plaintiff, Birdia Logan, tiff. Effie May Milton be granted an i.w population in ten yean., we suppom.
wv. w"? lisrs: B!!,a-t." ri j ?tp2 . ... pnMd husky bUrg .m
tne saiu ueienoanu ivuucri -.. .. " ". . ' , mu'imuii w v, '
and for such other relief as it to the
court seems equitable.
This summons is served upon you by
nublication in the Weston Leader, a
They visualixe in
to order for said
dated and entered
"""ff-J"" " " w u" dential primary,
ThU summons is served upon you bv him a president who will constant
publication in the Weston Leader, a ly consult them and whom they will
vote tor narti-
for the "old
quick to sp
as the cam-
to order for said publication made, pklgn progresses we believe it will be
try to Bend Oregon.
weeklv newsDSDer OI eenerai circuia- " viriuauy tontrui. n
tion. for aix consecutive weeks begin- tipn. for six ronsecutive i week, begin- . , B vote
ding with the issue of the4tbdayol mng wijnine iu 01 - . Vote will
iwn t nd includinir the issue May. 1920, to and including the issue guard. Voters will be
-t .w. t.u t i.,i Qon mimiant of the 9th dav of Julv. 1920. pursuant nrehend this fact, and
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
address, Pendleton, Oregon.
A' Wonderful New Policy
- ISSUED BY THE .
BANKERS LIFE COMPANY
- . ' of DES MOINES, IOWA
Assume You Garry $10,000
If you die from any natural cause, the Company pays flO.OOO
If you die from accident, the Company pays 20,000
If you become totally and permanently disabled, during such dis
ability all premium payments are waived and after one year
the Company pays you $1,000 per year, as long as you live,
and at your death pays., 10,000
Under the disability benefit, if you live eleven years, you receive 10,000
Or, if you live twenty-one years, you receive 20,000
And t death your family or estate 1iU rtcefbe 10,000
(the annual payments to you being subject to continuance of
FRANK PRICE, Agent, Weston, Oregon
the League of Nations who hoped for The most cheering detail of con
the support of the republican party, vention aftermath is that Hiram
It now remains for the democratic Johnson is reported to be "saying
party to adopt a strong league plank nothing."
and join the issue. And it remains
t . iL.i ...... I rt k. mtlAnA kv win
.i ..i k -.! fiincr- meiiian dictator," is dead by an as-
Es.sad Pasha, known as the "Ar-
sassin's bullet indeed Essad fate.
The wet and dry question which is
settled already and does not belong , .U.K . km-j
,n the convent.on-or differences be- Gcncra, Wo)) M th con.
tween narty leaders must not be al
lowed to spoil a prospect at best none
too bright, and but for republican
blunders well-nigh hopeless.
We attach little importance to the
"third party" movement. Its leaders
are by no means political heavy- Between
weights and we do . not think it will WALLA WAL,jA( PENDLETON and
Ik Red Bus Line
Preston-Shaffer 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
appreciably affect the result, since
vhntevcr disgruntled and radical
vote it is able to command will be
drawn perhaps equally from the
ranks of both of the real contenders.
Commenting upon the case, of a
speeding Portland motorist whose
recklessness cost a human life, the
Oregonian says: "It is incomprehen
sible, aa it is true, that motorists
find speeding the subject for jest and
count it a most felicitous day when
they evade arrest, though openly vi
olating the law. To any one of them,
these unpunished offenders, may
come a breathless, terrible moment
such as came to the man now serv
ing sentence. And the contrition of
a lifetime will not retrieve the error
or efface the memory."
Based upon an- article in the Bos
ton Transcript, the Literary Digest
prints the information that expendi
tures for wars, past, present and fu
ture, absorbed during the year just
passed almost 93 . percent of the
largest income ever received since
the government was founded. Ac
companying the article are charts to
show where the money went A beg
garly one percent was spent for re
search, education and development.
The effect of statistics of this sort is
startling, amazing almost stupify
ing on the average intelligence.
The figures are incredible, but are set
forth with such precision of detail
that they must - be believed. The
cost to the government in 1920 for
Leaven WESTON for Pendleton at
10:55 A. M. Leaves WESTON for
Walla Walla at 3:45 P. M. (Dally
Local station at Davis Confectionery.
.Reliable Service Safe Drivers
C. M. GOWER.. ' . Mmnger
Sec Walter Melton
MELTON CIGAR STORE
AND POOL HALL
any unprejudiced man say mni mo
League of Notion plan, even with- ,'
out lYsvrvations, fe nt worth trying jj
when it holds out the leant promise
of relieving Uncle Sam of part cf a J
war burden that now takes all but ji
seven percent of hi money? Shall J
we say with the republican Irreconcll- Jj
nbles who worked their will at Chi- Jj
cao, that the months of negotia- j
tion at Versailles were wasted? Jj
's Furniture Store
Carries not only a well-bought
stock of dependable furniture
but a complete line of
A competent and considerate un
dertaker in charge.
A. M. ROSS, Prop'r.
Furnished and Printed at the Leader office
We'd rather see La Kollette run
for president of some other country
by choice, Mexico, whoro he'd have
to run hard and often.
Having increased t10 percent in
Tireless young man did a piano
marathon lasting 3o hours and 40
minutes in a Pendleton show window.
Note trick for him.
Even Mexico will not stand fur
publication made, to order for said publication maile, ptign progresses we believe it will be jbcj, jhnon, who may just have to
" .lLe y" on hehd.vo tnd . element of weakness. The uke . ,, jump o(l lht end 0f
Jotb iLD19S ibythe Hon. Gilbert May, 1920, by the Hon. Gilbert W. disaffection of labor, which de- California.
W Phelps Judge of the said conct. Phelps, judge of said court. nounced at its Montreal convention
Dated at Pendleton, Oregon, this 2d Dated at Pendleton, Oregon, this thc republican platform, " will like- W. J. B. wants "the right man
day of June, 1920. '. 22d day of May, 1920. he be found art element of weak- nominated at San Francisco, and will
f ETEK50N. xusHOr at . . . w ,.TV1?; M Rf fl that the greatest undoubtedly be ob e ni enough to
Aiiomey lur s inuiwiu. - -
P. O. address, Pendleton, Oregon, disappointment of thc Chicago con- produce him.
vention falls to millions of friends of
Top prices paid for Old Metal,
Rags, Sacks, Hides, Wool, Etc.
About $7.00 for Old Iron
J. R. Reynolds
Water Street (second block north of Main)
J WESTON " OREGON Jg
Ask our prices for dray
ing. Phone 272 or 93.
WESTON TRANSFER CO.
GILBERT G. ELLIS, Mgr.
tye-Glass Service Phone 4:itf-J
. DR. A. M. SIMMONS
Ey Sight Specialist - Fenlaua Bid(.
Over Tallman Drug Store
for a short time only
i An Extra Pair of
Pants with Every
Suit Order, or
WESTON BATHS. BARBER
and TAILOR SHOP
R. L. Reynaud
ii CASH KIARKET
(Telephone 83.) Monday, Wed.
and Friday. Kvenlngs by
DR. N. P. BENNET
WEST0R - - 0IEG0N
OF ALL KINDS
ii HIGHEST CASH
ii PRICES PAH)
and Real Estate
HIDES. PELTS, &c,
HASS & SAUER
LIFE HEALTH FIRE
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to sell your
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I CAN SELL IT