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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (July 2, 1920)
IT IS SAID
The "Beautiful and the Good" we have
with us always.
We know we're "good," so if you will
play up "beautiful" we will all go some.
Some harvesting machinery yet unsold.
Get in vour orders- for GKAIN
TANKS. 'HEADERS, BINDERS and
REPAIRS for all.
We are busy but we will
TAKE CARE OF YOU
WATTS & ROGERS
ClAKK VtOUD, t'ubllthn
MRS. N. OOODWIN, AniiUrt Miter
Tho Year ? ; a H-
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Throe Month W
Knlttt (t Hi tht poiulllf t ntilen, Ortjsa
un(l Uu llmltt.
The progress so far of the demo
cratic convention i indicative of
own of notion that augurn well for
success at the olls. The keynote
speech of Homer S. dimming was
ringing appeal to the conscience and
idealism of the nation, and contrasted
with that of Itenrv Cabot Lodge i'
the clarion tones of trumpet to the
feeble squeak of a toy whistle. The
prospects are that a strong l-eague
of Nations plank, calling for inter
pretative reservation only, will be
adopted; that the prohibition quo
tion will be ignoiod; that tho Irinh
question will be considered a proper
one for the leairue council rather
than democratic convention; that a
sensible labor plank will bo agreed
upon and that MoAdoo will be iionit
inntcd. In such event the democrat
ic party despite the fact that it Is
still the minority party will have a
GIVE US LIBERTY OR GIVE US DEATH!
Somcthinir Must Ir Done to Liberate the 1'coplc from the Troliteer.
Trade With the J. C, Penney Co., Where IWiteerinK In Unknown.
SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE at REASONABLE PRICES
Heavy rough wool earners blankets in grey . V.;.pV,i tiw
Cotton blankets for harvest hands, in tun and grey . . . . "Jr J J g-g
Good quilts for little money , f f "
Canvas Utrp, IkhI sheets, 0x14-8 ox. and 10 oz $u.i and 8..H)
Fine grade men's khaki pants : Yfiz
Good leather gloves, either gauntlet or riiort .. ,
Exceptional values in men's dress shirts
This is the place to buy good clothes for men and boys. We can save you
J.C. PENNEY CO. aiKTS.. -
prayer for which there was far
creater need, we wot, at Chicago
than San Francisco.
I ! -H
hespitu the fuel that the tjitiden
City has lost a few thousand mere
people, it still has nrother MacLeod
of l'p-to-The-Tlnii's Mngnsino to tell
it what -and perhaps whom to do.
Kdgar U, Piper, reporter, wrote
from Chicairo and is writing from
more than favorable chance for tn- nBI, KrnmiKio just about the most
umph in November. intcrestiiiK and readable of all con-
. . vention stories.
Colin V. Dyment, veteran newspa- -
perman who years ago worked in Walla Walla has lost nearly 'JO
this territory as Blue Mountain cor- percent in population in one decade,
respondent of the Spokesman-Re- but we're here to say that all it
view, has stepped up again. Ho has best people remained to be counted.
succeeded to the position of dean of
In the Circuit Court of the State of the college of liberal arts at the
Oregon for Umatilla County. University of Oregon, where he haa
Fflio Mav Milton. Plaintiff, vs. Albert been servinir with the extension til-
Elite hen G
Gotham isn't satisfied with its live
million population and some of the
rest of us think that it might be liu-
vision and the department of journal- proved in quality.
ism. Professor Dyment is known by , " . ' . ,
L hnnt the Inland Spi'aklMp of paradoxes, we do
lii h Name of tho State of Oregon: . . . .. ,:.:. dislike to read of Missouri, but have
You rt .hereby summoned and required -mP lu " --" tuktn , ,,, ,lisllltc ,0 ReVll f
to appear and answer the complaint on "u me iuiu.aiiuM ..v .......
file ui the above entitled suit on or be- achievement and command respect,
fore six weeks from the date ol (lie ,ui tn. f0ow his progress at the
Lee Milton, Defendant.
To Albert Lee Milton, the above named
hrst publication ot tms summons. - :...,.:... with nt,ni.,tion ,,ther
wit, on or beiore the atn nay 01 juiy, ----- - , -
1320; and for want of such answer, the than surprise. A thorough and carn
plaintiff will apply to the court for tho est worker, the fruits of thorough-
relief demanded in tne saw compiaini, negs nre m-8 to bo garnered. Ho is,
withal, a kindly man, and we also
The old town of Wnllula is such a
uuiet sort of a burg thnt it Isn't
surprising officers found
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Umatilla County.
Birdia Logan. Plaintiff, vs. Robert Lo
gan, Jr., Defendant.
To Robert Logan, Jr., the above
In the Name of the State of Oregon:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to appear and answer the com
plaint on file in the above entitled suit
on or before six weeks frtm the date
of the first publication of this sum
mons, to-wit, on or before the 16th
day of July, 1920; and for want of such
answer, the plaintiff will apply to the
STtSS& t'Xr a decree i-wit. for a decreethatthe bonds of
that the bonds of matrimony and mar- mwninon, . without urpri8e from tho fol,
IKUI pffiyS uV-fld pTaintrffamlU;; defendant be for- lege reports that "Dean Dyment 1,
defendant bo forever dissolved and ever dissolved and that the said plain- KroatIy oved by the students."
that the said plaintiff, Birdia Logan, tiff. Eme May Milton be granted I an
. . , i...' j: r. alwnlntR Hivnrce from the said cefend- . . ....
be graniea an aosoiuLe u..to ------- ------- n . . . Contrasting the hustler with the pen in hand, we
iSViLKrJiSS .1t to the other relief as it to the court seems man who whines about his troubles." better history than he made.
court seems equitable. equitable. Up-to-The-Times Magazine says: .
This summons is served upon you by This summons is served upon you bv w djn thc other d that Tho democratic party apiH-ars to be
publicaUon in the Weston Leader a P""' cVg1nernl e'irtula- down in . Texas city there is a big getting action, whereas the n-publi.
ttrsLlv r&'iW offil-e building; in front of this build- can party got reaction.
ding with the issue of the 4th day of ning with the issue of the 28th day ot inR there sit9 , one-elgged man beg- . .
Jnm. 1920. to and including the issue may, w " L . . trim, n-nnies: on one of the floors me laci inai ismmsnjr vinw
VTt'fJrX to orler t7 aid'bS.S" mZ another one-legged man maintains a McAdoo i, one good reason why
dated I'd entered in the yTenli- dated, and entered 'in the above enti- suite of offices and carries on a big shpuld be nominated.
tied court and cause on the 1st nay or iiBiaiuriiuim..j-' business inrougnoui a nau-uuzun
June, A. D. 1920. by the Hon. Gilbert May, 1920. by the Hon i. Otloert W . gUtes earng an)und 10j000 a
Dated at Pendleton, Oregon, this year. One of these men who is shy
22d day of May, 1920. a leg just naturally takes it fur
Peterson, Bishop & Clark, panted that he is down for the
Attorneysfor Plaintiff. ... .. :.. .,. ii
-J.l.., D.lat., rrr,.l, COUIli; ML- Oilier JUOI i.lu...,
Wo have them in different styles
and prices to suit your taste and
pocket book. Yes, a "Hoosier"
if you want one. It's a beauty.
A. M. ROSS
Furniture and Undertaking
Furnished and Printed at tho Leader office
The New York World says that
"Debs isn't one of those presidential
candidates without any convictions."
Bill llohoniollern having taken his
pen in hand, we hope he will write
Jurlire of the said court.
Dated at Pendleton, Oregon, this 2d
day of June, 1920.
rETEKSON, Disnur s iuv,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
P. O. address, Pendleton, Oregon.
Whatever W. J. H.
at San Francisco, it
may be playing
isn't the first
A Wonderful New
ISSUED BY THE
BANKERS LIFE COMPANY
or DES MOINES, IOWA
Assume You Carry $10,000
If you die from any natural cause, the Company bays $10,000
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 s you live.
and at your death pays io.ow
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 At death your family or estate ttill receive 10,000
(the annual payments to you being subject to continuance of
FRANK PRICE, Agent, Weston, Oregon
fuses to take the count. In the bat
tle of life one's mental attitude on
most things cuts a Urge and import
There will be no whiskeynote
speech at San Frnnciscd.
A quaint philosopher observes:
"The kitchen is the shrine of our
civilization, the focus of all that is
comely in life. The ruddy shine of
a well-polished stove is as beautiful
as any sunset. The dish-mop, prop
erly rinsed and hung outside the back
door to dry, is a whole sermon in
Visitors from other localities who
sojourn here for a brief period have
remarked upon the magnificent sun
sets we are privileged to enjoy. Du
ring the past six weeks the pageants
attending a down-dipping sun have
been unusualy brilliant, and are
among the joys of the flood tide of
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
It has been proposed to Woodrow
Wilson that he star in the movies
upon leaving the White House. Tho
same offer would undoubtedly be
made to Jesus Christ were he to
come again, but would be due to an
unlimited "crust" rather than enter
prise on the part of the movie magnates.
HEMSTITCHING DEPAKT.M ENT
A. M. JENSEN CO.
Hemstitching, Pecot. Chain Stitch
ing Embroidery, Draiding, Plain
Stitching, Button Holes and Buttons
MRS. C. E. FERGUSON
Phone 010. Wallu Walla, Wash.
Notice to Creditors
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Umatilla County.
In the Matter of the Estate of Walter
Notice hereby given thnt tho un
dersigned hits been apointed adminis
trator of tho estate of Walter Camer
on, deceased, and that he has qualified
as by law required.
All persons having claims against tho
estate are requested to presnnt the
same to me at my home near Weston,
in Umatilla County, Oregon, or to my
attorney, Stephen A. Lowell, In De
spain lilock, Pendleton, Oregon, with
in six months from the date hereof,
with proper vouchers.
Dated this 28th day of Juno, 1920.
f Dr. S. L KEK1ARD i
Top prices paid for Old Metal,
Rags, Sacks, Hides, Wool, Etc.
About $7.00 (or Old Iron
J. R, Reynolds
Water Street (second block north of Main)
I Real Estate and n uMt t imp nniv
In assailing each other the two
great parties can each find plenty of
ammunition, neither having a flaw
less record. What the nation wants,
however, is to see the flying brick
bats used in constructive statecraft
that will repair the damage due to X phone M&in 253
As Qummings pointed out in hia
great keynote speech. Uncle Sam in
remaining out of the League of Na
tions is cheek by jowl with such
strange bedfellows as "Revolution
ary Mexico, Bolshevik Russia and
While not denying the muchly
mooted merits of the Chautauqua, it
sometimes occurs to us that the
Chautauqua should stand on them.
The democratic convention was In
tum opened with invocations by a
Catholic, a Protestant and a Jew.
Herein was variety of earnest
Real Estate and
Pendleton and Weston, Or.
Addrcsa-P. O. llox 4?
Some Special I5arains in
Morrow County Lands.
All Kinds of Property.
Agent PACIFIC AGENCY
Eye-Glass Service Phone 436-J
DR. A. M. SIMMONS
Eyt Siht Specialist - Finland Bide.
Over Tallman Drug Store
for a short time only !
An Extra Pair of
Pants with Every i
Suit Order, or
i 10 DISCOUNT
WESTON BATHS. BARBER
arid TAILOR SHOP
R. L. Reynaud I
I TROY LAUIIDRY CO. f
Leave your bundles on the
porch MONDAY and
or cur House-to-House Service
"We Wash Everything
IJutthe Baby." '
Ask . our prices for
ing. Phone 272 or 93.
WESTON TRANSFER CO.
GILBERT G. ELLIS, Mgr.
: CASH MARKET
: ; FRESH MEATS
;; OF ALL KINDS
i HIGHEST CASH
!: PRICES PAH)
HIDES, PELTS, &c.
HASS & SAUER