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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1920)
; WATTS & ROGERS
Hardware and Implements
Established Over 30 Years
WATTS & ROGERS
UAKK VtfUD, rukliihti
, MRS, H. GOODWIN, Audita! Editor
Tho Year 14
Six Months 1 Otl
Thw Months 0 W
rIDT. AUG. 27
Culms' tt Hit poilolllci l WtitM, Oit jts
Tho Now York Call, socialist, ha
thin to y of the increase in railroad
niton: "Nut a thing that wo must
have in order to continue to exist
but will cost more as a result of
this increased privilege to loot th
American people given tho railroad
owners. The water that you drink,
tho food you eat, the clothe you
wear, tho eoal that wanna you in
winter, the ioe that Is a necessity in
the torrid weather, the house that
shelters you every necessity for Robert N. StunfWId. rvpubliian
continued existence will ay toll to candidate for United States senator,
the most greedy crew of " thieves and Representative "Pat" Mr Arthur
that has ravaged, any people." both rapped the U-ague of Nations
A terrific arraignment, but mostly at a IVrtland nioetint. ln.ks prot-
sound and fury. The American poo- ty conclusive that word has gone
pie will pay the increased rates front Old Guard headquarter to
without thinking much about them, fittht the league. .
knowing thafr tho railroads rannot
pay aftor-the-war wages on before- Tho American people are said by
the-war revenue. Under socialism the Department of Justice to spend
we would be lucky to have any rail- nine billions of dollars annually on
roads in operation. Everybody luxuries. Sometimes wc wish that a
would want to sit in the manager's country paper were a luxury.
office and nobody would want to set , . '
brakes and stoko engines. ... . . . ,. .,
We see a bank advertises itself as
"progressive and conservative." It
In one respect tho rival presidon. mlf.H cimmlc , flirmu to an.
tial aspirants are about as cour- .. ....,, cnvillo IS. C..
THE HALF HAS NOT BEEN TOLD
About the many new things for fall at The J. C. l'KNNKY STORK.
Udies' Plush am! Cloth Coats-$l!.75 to $79.00.
Such a splendid array of VAbh MILL1NKKY as we have you don t often
see in a town the size of Athena, and we are certainly proud to be able to give
you such wonderful values.
JERSEY DRESSES, a splendid show ng reasonably priced- in all tho latest
colors $18.50 to $32.50.
1 new shipment of MEN'S LEATHER VESTS-$10.90 to $13.90.
A New tot of Men's and Roys' KHAKI l'ANTS, and such good vaules you
will wonder how we do it.
HOYS' KHAKI PANTS $1.69 MEN'S KHAKI 1ANTS-$1.98
REMEMRER If you delay buying your full clothes at tho J. C. Penney
Store you will le liable to wait till" wo are all sold out and that would mean
buying somewhere else and paying a great ileal more.
J. C. PENNEY CO.
defendants herein named as the per
son or parties unknown: and for such ageous as cotton tail rabbijs nomi- jiMjmt
. n. .. . . ,, , , . " ' chipmunk conventions, tr the
In the Circuit Court or the State of meet and proper. , i , . . . ..
Oregon for Umatilla County. This summons is published pursuant rf,,u'r 80 chooses interpret the
P H Ppitmaw nH r F rpTTMiv to order of the Honorable Gilbert W. conclusions of Mark Sullivan. He
Aia"yV?HSua I'hel, judge of the above entitled y. the Ohio vote ts so clow both
in . T a nr ' co urt. dulv made nnd entered on the . w
WARD, CEUA F. HIU, and also all X'.'riod they can't .(ford to lose either tho n"klng " It
other persons or parties unknown P""!1"-10" "erein M made for a period . .... --
claiming any right. title, estate, lien " s,f "7" V. C ., . "
or interest in the real estate de- ton jLadcr; "nd the "nt publication The republicans will not announce
scribed in the complaint herein. De- nerem is mane pursuant to aaw ortier themselves as dry nor denounce the
The league of Nations should
worry about cutting down the arma
ment of Soviet Russia. The I'ole
To W. H. Ward. James E. Ward,
Alonxo Ward, T. R. Ward. Celia F.
Hill, and also all other persona or par
ties unknown claiming any right, title,
estate, lien or interest in the real es
tate described in the complaint herein:
In the Name of the State of Oregon:
You are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed in the above
entitled suit within six weeks from the
first publication of this summons.
And you will take notice that if you
fail to appear and answer or plead
within that time the plaintiffs for
want thereof will apply to the above
entitled court for the relief prayed for
in their complaint herein, to-wit: a de
cree adjudging, declaring and decree
ing that neither of the defendants
herein, nor any person or persons
claiming through or under them, or
either of them, nor any other person or
persons herein named as the "persons
or parties unknown" has any right, ti
tle, interest or lien in the following de
scribed premises, or to any part there
of, to-wit: Lot 4 in Block 75 in the
Reservation Addition to the Town,(now
City) of Pendleton, Umatilla County,
Oregon. And further decreeing that
the title of the plaintiffs herein named
is a good and valid title as to each of
on the 23d day of July. 1920.
John H. Lawrky
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
30', East Eighth Street North,
OA N Dxt
Ask our prices for dray
ing. Phone 272 or 93.
WESTON TRANSFER CO.
GILBERT G. ELLIS, Mgr.
"O. O. P. managers plan to send
thrir spvll-bindcrs into every coun-
ty." We want to charter an airship
wet " Mount iiooi.
Reports of moonshine profiteering
would seem to indicate that silence
is more golden than ever when it
democrats for alleged wetness,
democrats will take neither a
nor a dry stand, but appear to be
trying to carry stein on one
shoulder and a pitcher on the other.
A a lu.tK Pa. mnA ffantititr k m nj.11.
ticians of the "Poetical" school, it comitU ,nJ
is perhaps too much to expect of
cither that he will rate principle
above vote-getting in a matter so
"ticklish" as the prohibition ques
tion. That in any eyent this coun
try will continue dry is, happily, a
Cash for Gasoline
We desire to notify our
patrons herewith that ow
ing to the rise in the price
of giisoline we are com
pelled to sell gasoline here
after for cash only.
Weston, Oregon, Aug. 27. 1920.
LIBERTY AUTO CO.
While the g. o. p. managers are
"raising the dough," Cox is raising
the mischief with their ambitious
scheme of slushful finance.
Mr. World is due to rejoice that he
hud a few stout Poles with which to
stop and wallop tho on-rushing bol
Wonderful New Policy
ISSUED BY THE
BANKERS LIFE COMPANY
of DES MOINES, IOWA
Unless Oregonians have grown
suddenly foolish there will be no
danger at the November election
from the single tax bill and the 'Making her mark" is about tho
four-five percent interest measure. I! thing Germany does. She ha
Yet in order to give tho scatter- "t fifty-three billions of the paper
brain visionaries responsible for kind.
these political whimsies a final ami r
effectual squelching, it will be well While the United States won the
for every sane citizen to go to the seventh Olympiad, its nearest rival
polls for the express purpose, if for showed splendid Finnish.
nothing else, of burying faddists and 1
fads under an avalanche of votes. In it vociferous socialist newspa
Do not consider your duty done per, New York is constantly issuing
when you cast your ballot for Cox a Call to the wild,
or Harding. The presidency aside, ''
Oregons fair name and prosperity
II 1117 HHIHtlBD 10 9 9
are in your keeping.
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 1.000 per year, ts 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 estite trill rtcefbe .". 10,000
(the annual payment! to you being subject to continuance of
FRANK PRICE, Agent, Weston, Oregon
Improvement of Water
being discussed by somi
property 'owners on that thorough
fare. It is proposed to widen the
hard rurface to' 21 feet, flank either
side with macadam and continue on
to the lot limits with parking
curbed by concrete. If this is done,
and Main street is paved from curb
to curb, Weston will step nicely to
the front with the completion of'the
state highway. It is really too sub
stantial 4 burg to be allowed to con
tinue in the village class while its
As Peoria Transcript has it, '
only speaker that is making a
nowaday in Tris."
Ixnin und Trotzky are up against
the sad historic fact that nothing
fails like failure.
Administrator's Sale of Real
I am in the market for old
bones. Bring them in.
$10.00 PER TON FOR OLD IRON
Top prices paid for Old Metal,
Rags, Sacks, Hides, Wool, Etc.
See me for Blacksmith Iron, Shafting and Piping
Water Street (second block north of Main)
WESTON ... . OREGON
In tlm County Court of the Kdito of
Oregon for I'imitllla Oniniy.
In the Matter of tho Batata of John
h. Brown, deceased.
Notice is Hereby Given that ih
neighbors on both sides are putting undersigned, as administrator of the
their best feet forward. . ""ve entitled estate, has been duly
iicL-i!i miu empowered oy an order
, , ;. . . made and entered by tho above cnti-
It is the intention of the Russian tied court in tho above entitled m.ittr
.Preston-Shaffer Milling Co.'
Athena, Oregon , Waitsburg, Wash.
reds to establish the
ir proletarian on tho tlth day of August, 1920, t
; Europe, if "'Private safe tor cssh, the real
1 ' arte hjtrainBftoM .l.n.IU,J I. I .
possible, and then turn their .tt.SlTM
tion to overthrowing "capitalism" to sell said real property at private
Get Our Quotations on Carload Lots,
Ton Lots, Sack Lota.
UMATILLA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
(Phone 1014-475-351) 220 E. Court St.
in the United States by means of sale for cash to the highest and best
bloody revolution. Their leaders "" "eT. lrom na"er s"tu,y h
frankly acknowledge this. Let no
mistaken sympathy be bestowed
on the bolshevik! for being soundly
thrashed byt hte Poles. The sooner
they are overthrown and discredited
the better it will be for world peace.
Bolshevism is a venomous and
fearful snake that must be scotched.
25th day of September, 1920, subject
to confirmation of this court and sub-
Made of selected bluestem in one of the
best equipped mills in the Northwest.
Sold In Weston by
Weston Mercantile Company
lect to a certain mortgage referred to
in me petition lor sale herein, said real
property being described as follows,
Commencing at a point on tho Went
lino. Thirty-nix (3) rodu South of tho
N'orthwcirt corner of the Houtheast
quarter of Section Two (2) In Town,
ship Five (8), North Hantre Thirty,
five (35) E. W. M and running
thence Kat Thirteen and one-third
rods, thence North Twelve (12) rods,
thence Wort Thirteen and one-third
rods, thence Houth Twelve (12) rods
to the place of beginning,' containing
"Whether the sermon is now a
necessary part of the church service
is being seriously debated both in
England and this country, and a
spirited controversy is under way on
both sides of the Atlantic." savs the na Acr mor or lem.
esteemed Lit Dig, Pulpit, without
preachers, eh? Well, that will be ton.
all right, perhaps, when we have Also, Ivit numbered Thlrty-fotir
schools, without teachers, newspaper 34 and Thirty-five (35) In lllock
without editors and stores with- "'"nbrred Seven (7) in North Milton
out storekeepers. . ''w a,:wVrl,Krht'".d"",n to
' Milton), all within Umatilla County,
The Eastern Oregon Hospital at Dated Bnd fin,t published this 27th
Pendleton has the commendable day of August, A. I). 1920.
record of havinsr alwavs kent within - HARVEV A. BHOWN.
its anoronriation. No lefl. it now Administrator of tho Estate of
! TROY LAUNDRY CO.
Leave your bundles on the
porch MONDAY and
or eur Ilouso-to-IIouso Service
"Wo Wash Everything
But tho Baby."
Dr. S. L KEIillARD
confronts it, as is the case with the
usual run of state institutions.
John L. Brown, deceased.
Peterson, Bihiiop & Clahk,
- Attorneys for Administrator,
Phone Main 253 f
IF YOU'RE GOING TO
WHY NOT NOW? '.
WESTON BATHS. BARBER
and TAILOR SHOP
R. L. Reynaud