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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1921)
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What does your telephone service mean to you?
In the successful operation of your business is your tel
Does the telephone in your residence prove more than a
convenience and perform an important part in the management
of your affairs?
In fact, don't you -find good telephone service essential
in both your office and home? '
The Telephone Company believes you do and wants to
supply that sen-ice to you.
Telephone properties airenow operated at a loss in the
State of Oregon.
. Increased rates are necessary to continue present service
and attract capital for building new plant needed. Can invest
ors be-expected to furnish funds for extensions when the pres
ent plant does not pay its way?
. Is not the Telephone Company entitled to rates which
will enable them to continue to furnish good telephone service
to' the people of Oregon, and without which they cannot carry
out their plans for development?
These are questions of importance and should interest
every telephone user, . '
Vhe Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co.
Ill-other Ingalla of th ' Corvalils
Gasetto-Tlmes ia air uncompromising
republican, and can therefore teach
ut nothing of value politically. Yet
when ho dipa into abstruse subjects
euch aa the subjoined, we drink rev
erently at a fountain of .knowledge l
"Encephalitis lethargies ia rampant
in Chicago. Thia ia not. a prehis
toric animal cscajictl from tho aoo
aa you might suppose but the name
doctors uho for sleeping sickness."
However, none of u have been sup
posing that a prehistoric animal
would escape from the too.
Roy W. Ritncr, state aenator from
Umatilla county, ia making tho tort
of record a prenident of. the upper
house that rvllecta credit upon hia
constituent and Justifies tho confi
dence reposed in hia tact and judg
ment by hia fellow solons.
: The 522 bills before the, Oregon
legislature are fortunately not of
the too-familiar kind that most of.
us like to dodge. Otherwise there
would likely be a pronounced exo
dua from the capital.
It begins to look as though the
graft charges against the shipping
board were made by those who felt
a bit ptvih because, fhey wtre not
in a position to charge anything
lxt tho only fight in which the
Russian Soviet government haa any
excuse for engaging be the domestic
one which it ill be compelled to
wage for it existence.
In order to attain hia present emi
nence, Mr. Jack Dempsey never
fl rank nor used tobacco and likewise
prudently refrained from fighting
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JUST an IntlJo word about One
Eleven. The American To
bacco Company haa served the "
public with fine tobnecoa for
many years. It commands th
experience and aklll to prepare
and know good cigarettes.
The American Tobatfco Com
pany would not give the address
of its home office aa the name of '
a new cigarette If It did not nclieve
that the blend would please you.
try them .
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Mk (Kit II rwi Ml
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Germany ia called upon to pay
the rather imposing sum of fifty
five million dollars In gold for the
imaginary place she didn't get in
OREGON NORMAL SCHOOL SUMMER
The Summer Term of the Oregon Normal School will be
held as follows:
Regular Courses six weeks, beginning June 27, 192V
. Elementary Teachers Training Course twelve weoks,
'. , beginning June 27, 1921.
" Regular Courses six weeks, beginning June 27, 1921.
.For detailed information concerning Monmouth write to '
J. H. Ackerman, Monmouth, Oregon.
.For detailed information concerning Pendleton write to
H. E. Inlow, Pendleton, Oregon,
CLAKK MOOD, fuklUhir
MRS. M. GOODWIN. AuhUnt Editor
Slficliv "I AdfoAnct
The' Year $2 00
Six Months 1 00
Three Months 0 W
Advertising Rates . ,.,
Display, Regular, per inch 20
Display, Transient, per inch . ...2oc
Local .Readers, per line 10c
FKIDAT. FEB. 4, - Ml
Cnttrtd t Hit poitoflicc al Wtilon. On Jon
THE LOG OF THE COLUMBIA.
An informative leading editorial
in tho Sunday Orcgonian embodies
facts of much historical interest
concerning another log of the Colum
bia, but lately brought to light. The
record was kept by one John JJoit,
master mariner a man of evident
courage and .resource.' We have
room here but for one excerpt, re
garding an Indian village which
Boit, much against hia will, waa sent
by Captain Gray to destroy. It con
tained some 200 hquses, and the fol
lowing description shows that
New York and other largo cities
arc to have "saint" mayors, ac
cording to the Zionists. New York
will probably admit that it needs one.
If England, tho United States and
japan keep right on preparing lot
war, Brother Mars will not be so in
Considerate as to disappoint them.
; In tho event of Daugherty'a ap
pointment aa attorney general, it
will bo Uncle Sam who will have to
pay Mr. Harding's political debta.
- Although Germany is making do
lorous moan, the amount she is asked
to pay Is probably less than the
amount ahe expected to collect.
If Morris Gcst wins his five mil
lion dollar libel suit against Henry
Ford's paper, the latter will certain
ly be a Dearborn Independent.
See me for CHICKENS and all kinds of
PRODUCE. Blacksmith Iron, Shafting
and Piping. Bought right, and for
sale at lowest prices. Do it NOW.
WILL BUY YOUR OLD
C" IRON and JUNK
J. R. Reynolds
Water Street (second block north of Main)
WESTON ...... OREGON
Friend Seattle's street railway in
vestment has resolved Itself into
speculation as to how ahe is going
to get out of the mess.
The Inland Empire wisely wants to
harness the Umatila rapids 120,000
minimum 'horse 'power and make
them do its work.
you really want
P. T. Harbour
.Yoy Need Your Home Paper
and it Needs You
ROLL, GRIND or CLEAN
' ; your grain, and will give prompt atten
tion to orders for anything in its line. .
and Poultry Food
Hay, Rolled Barley, Oats, Wheat and
Millfeeds. Chicken Feeds, includ
ing Corn, Wheat, Scratch Food, Bone,
Shell, Grit, Meat Scraps and Fgg Mash.
V WOOD and COAL
J. A. LUMSDEN - - Proprietor
From the newspaper headline,
"Furhtinir in Ireland." the last two
tne words could as well be deleted as
Indians of that early day were more wholly superfluous,
advanced in architecture than is .
generally supposed: Many railroads are reported to be
"Every door that you enter d was losing money. Begins to look now-a-in
resemblance toa human and days as though only tho counterfeiter
beast's head, the ' passage being were making it.
through the mouth, besides which
there was much more rude .carved
work abont the dwellings, some of
which was by no means inelegant.
This fine village, the rork of ages,
was in a short time totally de
stroyed." The Columbia was the first ship
to sail the waters of the mighty
river to which it gave its name.:
It was outfitted in Boston in the lat
ter part of the eighteenth century.
One of the owners, Charles Bulfinch,
a Boston merchant referred to In the
Oregonian's editorial, was an ances
tor of Charles F. Bulfinch of Weston.
But is it considerate of Mr. Wilson
to deprive us of an opportunity for
reading a $150,000 article?
Mustapha Kemal has decided to
quit fighting the French and British.
Kemal Mustapha hunch.
i Style, m
id Vahs -
You will not neglect to look
thru our new Line.
WESTON BATHS, BARBER
and TAILOR SHOP
R. L. Reynaud I
Despite her mendacious
Germany lies with apparent
inthe bed she has made.
With wheat market prophets pre
dicting a rise, farm profits are re
flecting a fall.
THE NEED OF A LEAGUE.
Whether of no the Big Four of the
neace table were rlirht. Llovd Georire
David A. Pattullo, soldier and pub-. onjy j,
Jicist, sums up tne results oi nis oo-
Hervations in Europe in the following
excerpt from an interesting article
in the Saturday Evening Post:
"Whatever path an investigator
follows in Europe -whether it bo the
trail of the powers' mighty schemes
of aggrandizement, their jockeying
for advantage, the setting of one na
tion against another, the maneuver-
Precisely 'where Soviet Rusgiaf de
serves to be left is alone.
Change Wheat Grading. .
An effort is being made to have
the legislature amend Section 6123 of
the,Oregon laws, proposing to change
the penalty on grain grades falling
j City Draying f
Leave orders at rest- 4
dence (Marsh cottage)
south of Weston Mer
cantile. Phone 361.
GEO. A. LINDEKEN
KOW'S tlj TIE
To Have Your
a Ptaw One or
Repair the Old.
Phone 122 . . Milton. Ore.
Dr. s. i mm
ing to piay Mtn enas against tne un(icr No. . Tha me..ur. has eon,
middle, or the efforts to grab any- 8lder,ble support in this county and
thing they can get . away with-it , intenjcti to furnish relief to the
leads him. back to the dire necessity gr0wen not a)one of Umatilla coun-
of an effective league of nations. tv but of ,u Eastern Oregon, where
The prospect without a league ia ap- No j wheat is arce. Under the
palling, for the seeds of future wars pnMent sy.tem of grading grain,
have been sawn broadcast in. Europe Kty, the t Orcgonian, wheat which
since the armistice." . m.itrh an niin,u in tha huh-
Ilere is a potent league argument ej( Bn(j weighs 68 pounds or more, ia I Phone Main 253 i
rrom tne pen or a trained observer. RrB(ed , No 2. The price paid for
And no league of nationa can be ef- thli Jg three centa per bushel lest
than for No. 1.
OF ALL KINDS
I HIGHEST CASH
HIDES, PELTS, &c. .
Cash for chickens. J. R. Reynolds.