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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (July 16, 1920)
We have the privilege of guaranteeing
since Cox is nominated that if elected
Athena is to have
and electric light
t CI S W
placed in the
CLARK 00l ruMuhtr
MKS. H. OOODWIN. Auiitsnt tailor
Th Year . K W
ThrN Month W
FRIDAY. JULY 1(
Big-Savings on Little Things
at the J. C. Penney Store
Pn(i( l h poilulliit si HiIoh, Onjon
If Harding is our next President we
will have Free Rural Delivery of mail
and aeroplane service at
vSi.oo Per Minute
In either case you will find Watts &
Rogers ready to serve in Hardware
and Implements all the time.
WATTS & ROGERS
NOT "HOOZK" THK LEAGUE.
Wo pather from the wtermctl Or
egininn that boose ii the only Issue.
It say of the dcnoerta;
"On what are they counting to elect
Cox? Tho league of nations? No.
Bowc? Yes. Hooso mid nothing
Thus naith tho Great Only in the
same Monday iui in which it car
ries a dispatch from Knoxvillo,
Tennessee, to tho effect that Hard
ing declared in a campaign speech
that tho league of nations covenant
in nn iin.Attiiriisii iliM'iitmnt which
would carry tho American flag into- , th. ' , U" "'
EunHn kitchens" and get this u,H"Iht '"tsi, of U.c.r eoun
countrv into untold trouble. " to cultivate and spread the
Harding kWs that tho league of ''"'"' ' duality, justko and
nations i tho great sue between tH''
l.ablache face nowder .' We
Illuo Seal vaseline He
Coot! values boxed stationery . 10 to 49c
Packers tar, Woodbury s facial
Palm olive soap, 3 for .2"c Melba face powder..
Wane laundry soap- -1 for .c
(iood toilet soap, 5 for 25c
Lux, 2 boxes for 2"e
Colgate's clip shaving soap, bar.. 5c
Hind's Honey & Almond Cream. -15c
Honey Girl face cream 25c
Talcum Powders Colgate's Wil
liams' and Lazell's 15c
Peroxide, per bottle 15o
Camphorice, per box 12c
noon ijhoo.ms 7i)c
J. C. PENNEY CO.
and Cuticura soaps, per bar 23c
cleco tooth paste 15e
Colgate's tooth paste, small.. Qi
Colgate's tooth paste, medium. .. .Jc
Palm olive vanishing cream 15c
Palm olive cold cream 15c
ilnry program to defend isolated
America, which is to be separated
from tho remainder of tho civilized
the parties. As one of tho
Guard senators ho is against it. As
an Old Guard candidate for presi.
dent he is against it. Although it is
the most promising movement
world history, Harding and tho Old
Guard nro. fighting the league be
cniAjjj; a democratic president was
identified with its inception and or
ganization. And Cox is for tho league of na
tions. A vote for C ox is a vote to i red." admonishes
In the County Court of the State of enrun tm. United States among the (Ohio) Str Eagle.
Oregon for Umatilla County. forty or morc nations, including its .1 .--
recent war, who C hair pushers are
the league. It is a Atlantic City,
Notice to Creditors
Japan says she intends to lake 1111
sides in Siberia, and wo hope like
wise she intends to take 110 ends iiur
j" yet tho -middle.
A Baltimore minister shouts that
"all profiteers will go straight to
hell!" No, brother; they'll go there
"Look not upon the whine when it
In the Circuit Court of the State
Orwrrtn fir ITmniiHA Pnnntv.
Birdia Logan, Plaintiff, vs. Robert Lo- In,!he Matter of the Estate of Walter great allies in the
gan, JrT, Defendant. Cameron, deceased. re members of tl
on strike at
Well, let the bored
vote to give the league a chance at waiK.
f - r . l . t t- . L . I. .
xo nyuCTi XAivnii, ar., 111c uuvt u 1 , . . . - ,.i ..i,..;. .., ..-. . - - -
named defendant: . SJKI, "olmer- to determine its worth in pro-
In the Name of the State of Oregon: ,.d thf h h.. .mi.liii.Nl motmir and insuring a permanent
You are hereby summoned and re- ,3 'by law required. world 'peace. It is a vote to lift ,,r,,l,, ,,m"'
Sr'? f rJ7rl.Il,l,.T. All persons having claims against the this enlightened republic out of its "
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' . . ; , v . esi are
pit having (ijiened
fool plunger will fall
110 ifanimttQ I
will easily and quickly clean your rugs
and carpets without electric aid. Fur
nishes its own suction power. Liht and
efficient. Let us show you how it works.
A. M. ROSS
Furniture and Undertaking
on or before six weeks f rem 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
court for the relief demanded in the
said complaint, to-wit, for a decree
that the bonds of matrimony and mar
riage contract heretofore existing be
tween the sai l plaintiff and the said
defendant be forever dissolved and
that the said plaintiff, Birdia Logan,
- .... .1 . L. .
remiesieu 10 present me. . ...:.u .i...
..,., ... . .-., !,,.. .. V.wt.... present ueniKiuin u. ...in m.v
iii Umatilla County, Oregon, or to my league nations of Russia, Turkey and
attorney, Stephen A. Lowell, In le- Mexico.
That new party affair looks more
like a confusion convention.
spain Block, i'eiidleton, Oregon, with
in six months from the date hereof,
with proper vouchers.
Dated this 28th day of June, 1920.
Furnished and Printed at the Leader oflice
To say that Cox is the champion of
booze and booze alone is nonsense. See Madge Kennedy nt Memorial
It is an insult to the great common- Hall July 17. Your money g.-s to
wealth of Ohio, which has thrice the Armenians.
elected him governor. Cox
governor, t ox is no
more for booze than is Harding for
booze Harding, who voted against
and for such other relief as it to the
court seems equitable.
This summons is served upon you by
publication in the Weston Leader, a
weekly newspaper of general circula-
. Administrators' Notice
be granted an absolute divorce irom Jn the County of the Sutc f prohibition in the District of Colum
the said defendant, Robert Logan. Jr., Oregon for Umatilla Countv. t: ..i ; .i k.i ,j
O if' LMM, BUM ,f. WWUVU V IIM w 1 1 .
In the Matter of the Estate of Zerelda brewery stock.
v. rnce, ueceaseo. , A a nlatter of fact neithpr Cox
Notice is hereby given that we nave . f 1..,,., t.. ;.
, - . J J . . .L IIUJ tlt.ll.tllK t"t A'WttV It
been appointed administrators of the ...
inn f. Mn.nl,v ouba Win. .l.nvf. immp.i Hill a iv r.rfl. r nt the a UCBU issue, JOlllI uuiicjiuni lau
ding with the issue of the 4th day of above entitled court, ami have duly aver. Either, insofar as his stand
June, 1920, to and including the issue qualified. All persons who have claims nKi integrity are character are con
of the 16th day of July, 1920, pursuant against said estate are hereby notified . fit , . nrp.i,i,.n. nllt
to order for said publication made, to present them to us, with proper "rne. ' nt to. I,rel,.hnt- ut
dated and entered in the above enti- vouchers, at the olhce of Carter & -ox ,s for and Harding is against
tied court and cause on the 1st day of Smythe, attorneys, in the American the league of nations. This is the
June, A. D. 1920. by the Hon. Gilbert National Bank building, Pendleton, Or- salient fuct to bear in mind.
W. Phelps, Judge of the said conrt. egon, witnin six months from this
JUated at fendleton, Oregon, tnis za dace,
day of Jane, 1920. Dated June 25, 1920
Peterson. Bishop & Clark,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
P. O. address, Pendleton, Oregon.
James H. Price,
r rank PRICE,
A Wonderful New Policy
ISSUED BY THE
BANKERS LIFE COMPANY
of DES MOINES, IOWA
Assume You Carry $10,000
If you die from any natural cause, the Company pays $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 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 At dtAth your f Amity or estite ilt receive 10,000
(the annual payments to you being subject to continuance of
FRANK PRICE, Agent, Weston, Oregon
The esteemed Oregonian is evi
dently peeved because the democratic
papers of Oregon that favored Mc
Adoo are supporting Cox. It as
serts they are swallowing "the
whole reactionary and liquid dose"
and pretending to like it. We are
desolated, but what would the Great
Only lmve us do? Shall we tum to on r before Wednesday the
Harding and the Old Guard and the J"ly- 1
... , . tho County Court
anti-league cohorts in general ? t,n, , cmm , ,
bnaii we Deg tne tnird party radi
cals to receive our repentant aid and
whoon it un for Bob LaFoIlette?
Shall we vote for Debs, or wait to """"J'1 ""t
see what the prohibition party has
to offer? We would like to please ompowerlnir and licemilnj him to wll
the Great Only. On our part we are the following described real property,
not kicking because while it once was to-wlt-
it the Comity Ouirt of ihe Mate
I 'reoii fur I iiiaillln Omiiii.
In tln Matter of the K!ttte of John
L. lirown, deceased.
To Frank Uruun and Kiln Hruwn.
wife of ItiililniHti, irenon. Harvey
A. Ilrown. William llrmvn und Cluru
I rown hU wife of Hell, orrgmi.
James O. Ilrown cui.l liol.lu Ilroun of
Kphraltt. Wanhimttun, Arthur I.
Hruwn of Touch!, WanhliiKton. Kva
Thi-rno of Holilmnn. Oregon. Klmer It.
Corporon of Weston. Oregon. Kloyil
I'orporon of linker, Oregon, litil
I.iindwell (or I.nnihviill i it non-ret-Idem
residing nt a placo onkoown.
(iene I.uiidwell ur t.undwall) it un
lesidcnt residing nt n plltce unknown,
liluh Lundwell (or l,und.vnlli non
resident residing at place unknown,
and all persons lntereti'j In the en
lata of John U lirown, tlecensnd,
IX TH H NAM b: OF TH K 8TATB 'K
(ItFXION: You and each of you r
hereby cited and required lo appear
nt ten o'clock A, M. In
room of the above
the City of Pendleton,
Oregon, to show entnto If iniy there )o
why an order nf ! and Iteenxo to
sell the following dest rlhi d real prop-
to Harvey A.
Urown. administrator of the nlmvi. en
titled estattt uiithorlzliie, directing,
$10.00 PER THi
For OLD IRON
I will pay this price until August 1st only, in
order to fill out a shipment.
Top prices paid for Old Metal, tj
Rags, Sacks, Hides, Wool, Etc. 3
Sec me for Blacksmith Iron, Shafting and Piping J
J. R Reynolds. i
Water Street (second block north of Main)
Commencing at a point on the Went
line. Thirty-nix (3 rod South of tho
KnrlhwMl finrnnr rtf fliA H.iolh.,iiut
would have "swallowed" Hi Johnson 1Uarier of Km tlon Two (21 in Town-
for Wood it is now for Hardin,'
And we are almost certain that it
had he been chosen as the g. o. p.
standard bearer. What would it
have us do, however? Is it quite
sure that it would be wholly satis
fied were there no Oregon newspa
pers for Cox and it had no insignifi
cant sheets to ridicule and to berate?
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
ship Five (5), North KunKe Thirty
five (36) E. W. it, and running
tht-nce Bunt Thirteen and one-third
rods, thence North Twelve (12 rod,
thenco Weal Thirteen and one-third
rod, thence South Twelve (I2i rod
to the place of beginning, containing
One (1) Acre more or Irna.
Alao, Lot numbered Thirty-three
(33) In Block Seven (7) In North Mil
ton. Also,. It numbered Thirty-four
(34) and Thirty-five (3f,) In Wock
numbered Seven (7) In North Milton
(Now known a Wright's Addition to
Milton), all within Umatilla County,
nt private sale to the highest and best
bidder for cash or In such manner us
the court at raid hearing shall deter
mine for the bent Interests of the es
tate and all concerned therein and
shall order and direct.
This citation Is served upon you pur-
have had the democratic nomination, rder to ,how CUU(MS ,,,; anrt tntre(1
finds that he is "high private in the by Hion. Charles H. Marsh, Judge of
! A. IV. L MIL
Real Estate and
Pendleton and Weston, Or.
"Russia is appealing to the United
States for old clothes. Didn't we
ship them an ark load of old clothea
wrapped around old friends only a
short while ago?" asks a querelous
A Belgian made his way into
Doom castle and slugged Bill llo
henzollcrn in the jaw. Evidently
hunting a scrap but not of paper.
Mr. Hoover, who could very likely
Address-1'. O. ISojt 4?
Some Special Bargains in
Morrow County Lands.
All Kinds of Property.
Agent PACIFIC AGENCY
Kyo-Ulass Service l'hono 4'M-J
DR. A. M. SIMMONS
Eyt Sight Specialist -- Penlint Bldg.
Over Tullmnn Drug Store
N E W
FALL and WHITER
Prices 15 Percent Less
Than Last Season's.
WESTON BATHS, BARBER
and TAILOR SHOP
R. L. Reynaud
rear rank" of the g. o. p.
"If we aren't going to use our ad
mission ticket to the league of na
tions, why not give it to Mexico?"
asks James J. Montague.
tho above entitled court and bearing
date tho 3rd day of Juno, 1920, direct
ing personal service upon such of you
as are within the State of Orciron and
that the rest of you and all others In
terested In the said estate be served
by publication nf said citation oncn a
week for four consecutive weeks In
the Weston Leader, a weekly news
paper, beginning with the tsxue of
It has again been demonstrated
that Sheriff Taylor is a brave and
efficient officer, with deputiea worthy ,,ne ,1"2" t0"d l"cludlnfr the
. . . . innue "i jiny win, imv,
01 tne,r cn IN WITNBfW WHERKOF, I, it. T.
. Drown, Clerk of the above entitled
In their efforts to kill the league ,ollrt( have hereunto set my hand and
of nations the American senators seal of the aald court this 7th day of
placed the country in the same com- June, A. D. 120.
pany with Mexico, Russia and Tur- - , m .J1- T.'"H?,WN'.
key, says Enterprise Record-Chief- Xnwn "
tain. The next logical step will be (seal) Peterson, Bishop & Chirk, At-
to embark on great naval and mil- torneys for Administrator, I'endle-
Ask our prices for dray
ing.' Phone 272 or 93.
WESTON TRANSFER CO.
GILBERT G. ELLIS, Mgr.
OF ALL KINDS
HIDES. PELTS. &c.
HASS & SAUER I