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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (July 23, 1920)
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rtlDAY. JULT 23
EnUitO (I lh psttallicl Weils. '
We sweep, dust out, rag
oil, and then turn around
and write our name in it;
but we'll find the Hard
ware for you just the same
WATTS & ROGERS
HKHOI.ll, TUB t'Ol'NTRY KDITOU
v. nd oiinwIv.K in hearty accord
with thcs few remarks from Hi-other
Klbcrt IVdo of lht tVttnge tirove
Only fow years ago the country
lilor was ono of llio chief butt of
the Ho t' 'unnr ll'r- ,lc
was represented with baggy trous
ers, the western exlrcmitv of which
wait muih bc-pntched. Hi. frame
wan devoid of Uio rojuud voirduMis
which Is an accompaniment of life
of cose aiul affluence. lunipkin
anl vegetable received on iibcri
tion were scattered about the oBlce
and the flle towel stood guard be
biiul the door almost disdaining
support of any kind.
"Bui now. how time have changed!
Ho who once was a suppliant at the
foci of the political, boss, who was
grateful for the eneoniunts on the
nower of the press ami accepted sjuh
as com of the realm in payment for
good advertising space, is no longer
a suppliant at anyone's feet. Hit
business has become a rcirutar busi
ness. Hi space has become a regu
lar commodity that sells like yard-
r - i... ., ....iint.tr The in-
suamras ' hi has
other relief as to the court may seem become a real influence which none
In the Circuit Court of the State of meet and proper. ' can buy; and if any doubt longer rc-
Orcgon for Umatilla County. This summons is published pursuant nlnjn that the country editor has be-
-F H. Gritmas and C. K. (..hitman-, to order of tfie Honorable Gilbert W. eomtf imhoctl w;tn tnc inlMrtancc of
Plaintiff, vs. W. II. Warp. James rhelps judge -of the above en tit ed hj j ation
K Vrd. Alonzo Ward, T. 1!. court, duly made and entered on trie "' ! .,,...
WARD "f. lllt-h. nmUUo nil 17tl, day of July. IMK directing tha we would wapectfully call
other 'persons or parties unknown publication herein bo made for a ieriod tjon f the doubters to the fact that
claiming any right, title, estate, lien of six weeks coi.fcecutively in the the ncxt president of these United
or interest in the real estate de- Urn Leader; and the hrst publication cQun cditor
scribed in the complaint nerem. uv Herein is maue ri" w
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NEW ARRIVALS at toe J. C. Penney Store
New StyloH arriving nlmtwl daily from the fashion center of the fowl
WE KKKI THKM COMING. , ......
Such prices aa ure only possibles with the J. C. IVnney to.-KLhI 1HLM
GirW wah drcsses-es two to 1 yoars-u hjR teh0'
plaids and plain; neatly trimmed-$l.!W, 4t,
Ladies' house dresses and bungalow aprons in buttomlowns, middy stus
and slip-ons w t
$1.79 to $3.50
The largest shipment of men's four-in-hand and bow ties that wr nc to
Athena.st arrived direct from our hd.marters in New rk Iho
newest things out in gorgeous gn.s.cram, moire and crocheted Mlk ties.
UDc to $2.i)8
J. C. PENNEY CO. Athena? Ort. '
Washington state's lU-'O wheat
crop is estimate.1 l h 2.M17,0(H)
bushels in excess oj Il, according
to the government statistician at
Spokane. IUmhI ujhi conditions piv
vailing July 1. the WiO crop is c-ti-niatetl
at 42,6C7,H lushcls.
IWond the fact that tin farincr
lahor party contains nor represents
neither farmers nor lalHirerH, its
name seems to bo a little bit of all
The agreement between Cox and
Wilson is a bitter disappointment to
The Orogonian, but perhaps its
views were not considered important.
To W. H. Ward. James E. Ward,
Alonzo Ward, T. K? Ward. Celia F.
Hill, and also all other persons or part
' tiea unknown claiming any right, title,
rotate, lien or interest in the real es
tate described in the complaint herein:
In the Name of the tate of Oregon:
You are hereby requirexi io appear vm
VII . ' v J --
John 11. Lawrey
Attorney for I'laintitTs.
3tt's Kast Eighth Street North,
Notice to Creditors
Railroad passenger and freight
rates have all along been too low in
comparison with tfle ever-rising cost
of everything else. . This is the prin
rinnl ivason whv the railroads lost
money under government control and
iasi w orK... . privilege, in oruer w iwip mw
v ithin that time the plamti iu or Nljlicu is ,ierel)y Kivcn that we have .(.00.ooo.000 increase in the rail
want mereoi m ri".y , - be.,,, amH. nteil administrators oi mo T ,, .- u i. mm.
entitled court for the relief prayed for of George W. Mitchell, le- VoW. After all. the fare is gtn
i:i their complaint herein, to-wit: a de- Mased A, (tons having claims erally the least expense of rail
tree adjudging, declaring anil u"ee- inst salJ estatc Hle hcreby notitiei tr,V(. whilcr a U0 percent increase
ing that neither of the 'f to presc-.t then, to us at the office of frej ht raU.s wi not niakB nlUch
herein, nor any person or unions t our attomev in 1'cnd e-
claiming through or under them, or J X. p"ul"hers at- difference in the cost of a pair of
..it her of them. nr any other person or "it Ln,. f, h .hnM nr i suit of c othes. Once
persons herein ' tiT dXothe hr.t publication of this no- com,e
or parties unknown ha any ngni, it- r
tie, interest or uen in u.e ' "c )ated this 25th dsv of June. 1920.
Nkllie T. Dennis and
L'l.wiun I. Mf-rrllKLL-
Administrators of the Estate of
nramkAi nr t niiv luirt there
.f to-wit: Lot 4 in Hlock 75 in the
Reservation Addition to the Town (now
City) of Pendleton, L'wiatilla County,
Oregon. And further decreeing Jhat
the title of the plaintiffs herein named
is a good and valid title as to each of
or a suit of clothes, unce
mned as "soulless corpora
tions," the railroads have in recent
years been getting decidedly the
worst of it Once powerful, they are
...... kl.,l.... Dm vhm-Lli'H if eicnn-
George W. Mitchell, deceased. tjtf- 8aves 0f the public. They arc
mblication June a, 19a. . ,:, innin. .
Last publication July 23, l'J20
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 iX',0j
If you die from accident, the Company pays 20,000
If you become totally and permanently disabled, during such dis
ability nil premium payments are waived and after one year
the Company pay you $1,000 per year, n long s you lrn,
and at your death pays J""
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 it death your family cr estate tilt recede
(the annual payments to you being subject to continuance of
FRANK PRICE, Agent, Weston, Oregon
Oregon has sold road bonds of the
par value of $1,500,000 for tl,.115,
200. The bonds bear four and one
half percent interest, and at the
above fisrure will net the investor
about five and one-half percent.
While it is of course regrettable
that the road bonds do not command
par, the fact should be borne in mind
by critical taxpayers that even Lib
erty bonds and Victory notes can be
bought at n price to yield a higher
rate of interest. When Old Man Or
egon's securities command a better
figure than Uncle Sam's, he hasn't
much reason to feel disgruntled.
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 Aercantile Company
Both partita will require a huge
campaign fundthat of the democrats
being , fixed ot' $3,500,000. The re
publicans usually come to.bat with
am even more corpulent sack, and
will likely do so again. We do wish
that each, however, would try to save
something on litterature. We spell
it thus advisedly, for the reason that
it merely litters up the print shop
until available for winter kindling.
Through the passage of the millage
tax bill Oregon's institutions of
higher learning will be enabled to
fulfill their respective functions
without the constant .handicap of
poverty. Presihdent Campbell has
announced a program -of construc
tion and improvement at the Univer
sity of Oregon that will total a mil
lion and a-half dollars within the
next five years.
IJy saying that the league cove
nant is a "supreme blunder," Hard
ing conwnces a good many of us
that he absorbed his only ideas of
world statesmanship when tooting a
horn in a village band.
The Great Only still insists that the
democrats are depending on booze to
elect Cox just as though there were
ny booze now-a-days that anybody
could. depend on.
About the only thing the non-par-tizan
leaguers of Washington state
have ever done we could conscienti
ously endorse, is their vote not to
"enter" the democratic party.
llryan has declined to run for
president on the prohibition ticket,
although it is probably his
chance to keep in practice.
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Umatilla County.
In the Matter of the Estate of Zerekla
C. Price, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that wo have
been appointed administrators of the
above named estate by order of thu
above entitled court, and have duly
qualified. All persons who hnvo claims
sgainst said estate are hereby notified
to present them to us, with proper
vouchers, at the office of Carter &
Smythe, attorneys, in the American
National Hunk building, Pendleton, Or
egon, witniu six months from this
Dated Juno 25, 1920.
Jamkh 11. Thick,
Notice to Creditors
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Umatilla County.
In the Matter of the Estate of Walter
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed adminis
trator of the 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 present the
same to me at my home near Weston,
in Umatilla County. Oregon, or to my
attorney, Stephen A. Lowell, In De
spain block, Pendleton, Oregon, with
in six months from the date hereof,
with proper vouchers.
Dated this 28th day of June, 1920.
Notice of Final Settlement
lu the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Umatilla County.
In the Matter of the Estate of Peyton
T. Boone, deceased.
Notice is Hkkeby Givkn that the
undersigned has filed his Final Account
and Keport as administrator of tho
above entitled estate in the above enti
tled court and that the said court has,
bv order, fixed and appointed Monday
tne 16th day of August, 1920, at ten
o'clock A. M. as the timo and the
court room of the above entitled court
as the plBCe-for the hearing of objec
tions, If any, to the said Final Ac
count and lteport and for the final set
DATED and flrft published this 10th
day of July, A. D. 1920.
K. C. Todd, Administrator,
Peterson, Bishop & Clark,
Attorneys for Administrator.
Senator Reed of Missouri is sup
porting Cox. but Senator Johnson is
supporting Harding, so that the han
dicap is about Vqual.
t.ooks as though it will not bo in
order to revive tho old wheeo that
"there's many slip 'twixt the cup
and the Liptort."
will easily and quickly clean your rus
and carpets without electric aid. Fur
nishes its own suction power. Light and
efficient. Let us show you how it works.
A. M. ROSS
Furniture and Undertaking;
Furnished and Printed at the Leader oflice
In the case of the late Prince Joa
chim, world opinion will doubtlessly
return a verdict of justifiable suicide.
Jail in the United States appears
to be more attractive to Jack John
son than freedom in Mexico.
10,00 PER TOR!
The reasons wy .William II. llcorst
wants a third party are convincingly
sufficient to condemn it.
The bolshevik is a good fighter,
but so aUo is an oura'ng outang.
II EM ST ITCH ING V KP A KT M EST
A. M. JENSEN CO.
Hemstitching, Pecot, Chain Stitch
ing Embroidery, Braiding. Plain
Stitching, Button Holes and Buttons
MRS. C. E. FERGUSON
Phone !W8, Walla Walla, Wash.
For OLD IRON
I will pay tUts price until August 1st only, in
order to fill out a shipment.
Top prices paid for Old Metal,
Rags, Sacks, Hides, Wool, Etc.
Stt me for Blackmith Iron, Shafting and Piping
J. R. Reynolds f
Water Strout (second block north of Main)
WESTON OREGON ffl
Real Estate and'
Pendleton nd Weston, Or.
Address -P. O. Box 4?
. Pendleton, Oregon.
T Qnmo Ctmninl 1'Mrirnirm in
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Morrow County Lands.
Ail Elnds.of Property.
i Agent I'Awriu auwiui g
1 Kye-(ilass Service Phone 430-J I
I DR. A. M. SIMMONS I
I Eye Sight Specialist - Penland Bldg.
I Over Tollman Drug Store B
f- N E, W
FALL 2nd WHITER
Prices , 15 Percent Less
1 i Than Last Season s.
OA N D-C
Ask our prices for dray
ing. Pbone 272 or 93.
WESTON TRANSFER CO.
GILBERT G. ELLIS, Mgr.
WESTON BATHS, BARBER
and TAILOR. SHOP
R. L. Reynaud I
OF ALL KINDS
ii FOR LIVESTOCK.
I! HIDES, PELTS, &c.
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