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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1916)
OKEGON NEWS NOTES
Principal Events of the Week
Briefly Sketched for Infor
mation of Our Reader.
A eouree In r.pl Peking for &
especial benefit of grower wl oa r
rharda are Just coming Into hearing
will be on of the fature of th win
ter ehort course to b held at th
Oregon Agricultural colleg trout J"
vary I lo February I.
Th biennial report of th tl land
board for lh period ending Septem
ber SO, 11 show that In th period
CLAHK aoou, lUhr .
Six MunUia ..
rmmcntVlll have" NH't l,ml
will unquestionably tnd it well in
htMul in the present political ilu
Iy budK'tryrvform"nil an Intel
limnl scheme for internal improve.
JJ M nionl. whiohill.Vt, say. ninety
ccntCof valuefor a dollar txpenu-
. tt w
.. 0 TS
Fir Linn county cities held mualo
(pal tlectlen Monday.
Secretary of But Olcolt ta la Chi
cago to visit hi alater, wh U aerlou
Ta older hey' eoaferenc held It
)1lh aaaual meellag l Corrallla laat
Th Itofn River Valley Berkehlr
aseoeteUaa waa organised at OranU
Taaa laat weeh.
raltea ehurvhea and lodge will
it thl yar la a municipal Christ
mas tr aad program.
Affidavlta to Import liquor Into
MaUnooah eoanty totalled IJ.tOO due
Ih( th month of November.
Medford high acbool von th foot
tall championship of southern Oregon
by defttnc Ashland 10 to 0.
Th Clackamaa County Angler a
aoclatlon waa organised at Oregon
City with a charter membership of .
A sleeping cow on th track be
tween CoquilTe and Myrtle Point
wrecked, the Coo Bay limited pa
According to figure compiled by
Ineuranc Commisaloner Welle th
fire losses In Oregon la November to
Th annual show of th Central
Willamette Poultry association win
Uh plae la thl city. December 13
to If. lneluarr. "
Th Salem Junior Commercial club.
which will be an auxiliary of th Sal
am Commercial club; waa organiMd
with 11 member,
v A bill firing to Insurance Commls
loner Wall power to appoint fir
marshal will b Introduced t th
next legislative session. '
Th Oregon Agricultural ' colleg
football team defeated th University
of Southern California eleven at Lo
Angeles Thuraday 1 to 7.
Uor than (00 delegate are expect
ed to attend th alxth annual Oregon
Irritation congress, which will con
vene la Portland January 4, I and C
Th annual meeting of th Stat ;
Association of County Jndges and
Commissioner will open Is Portland
December II for a four days' session.
Polk county Angora goats are In
such demand by eastern and southern
breeder and stock raiser that local
breeder are finding difficulty la fill
ing order. ' ' "
Governor Withyeomb Monday re
appointed Harvey Beckwith. of Port
land, aa a member of the Industrial
accident commission. The appointive
term la for four years.
With a total of 1S23 entries, not In
cluding turkey, dock and geese, th
eighth annual show or the Oregon
Poultry aV Pet Stock association open
ed la Portland Monday.
Mrs. O. H. Robhins. wife of a Hood
River ortaardlst. finds profit in rais
ing China pheasants, which are sold
at fancy prices to breeder in differ
ent part of the northwest.
The Fanners' Educational and Co
operative anion, with delegate from
Oregon and southern Idaho, la to
gather in McMinnrlDe December t to
t tar Its annual convention.
The crniaers in charge of the work
ef classifying the Oregon and Califor
nia railroad grant lands have aban
doned operations until next " April,
when the work will be resumed.
Th Moaaie leagu. a society having
for its purpose the creation of publio
sentiment against profanity, was or-
ganlzed at a union meeting of th
congregations of Pendleton churches.
Examination - for State teaching;
certificates will be held at the county
seat of each Oregon county December
20. 21. 22 and 23, J. A. Churchill, state
superintendent of public Instruction,
ha announced. ;
Following th discovery of two ease
of infantile paralysis at Looking Glass
Dr. David N. Roberg. state health of
ficer, ordered the schools of the Look
ing Glass district closed tor a period
st 11 days.
A system of wholesale bootlegging
In Bend to believed to have been un
covered by the arrest of a man named
Wyatt and two associates, who are
charged with having peddled liquor
for several weeks.
The application. of Arthur 8. Beede
Sons of Prewsey for the construc
tion of a reservoir for the storage of
2800 acre feet of water for the Irriga
tion of 159 sews of land has been
approved by State Engineer Lewis.
According to the report of the com
missioner of internal revenue, the to
tal Income tax paid by the comfortably-fixed
and the well-to-do of Oregon
aggregated 1113.437 for tbe last fiscal
year, and waa paid by 2421 men and
A ' fffty-ftfty agreement between
Warden C. A. Murphy, of the Oregon
State penitentiary, and ; th eonvict
boud In th Institution, has tacitly
been reached apd under Its term th
men and the prison administration
each agre tOglw tha otter a "squar
T J!' h..h.o.VhlY m 'aereof R.l.r. ,-er inch per (Mertion ...12,C "I, InaU-.d of thirty or forty evnta
the atat haa sold ll.Wt acre, or , . ,,. .(.W1.U i,r-., B1thiul. t run
mhirh loTSKJ acrea were school -., i r vt u-t -.
S our lino of Christmas gl Wfor you Imy. Have
pU'le lino of Toya, ToiU l ArtlcU. Fancy t.lmna, IUHk, SUtlon-rj-,
rtc. fyv our lino of Mwhanloal Toys for tlto Uiy.
lands, 240 arree aurlcultural college
landa and t47.lt acrea tide lands.
Longer winter daya for chickens
mean more winter exits, according to
F. W. Rigg. a poultryman of Klamath
Falls, who runa a aummer achedul
on hie hena by meana of electrto
llghta over the roosta and cialme that
the experiment la working out very
Detalla of plana for highway lm-
prorement authorised by the paasage
of a :0.M0 bond issue at tne
election are being worked out
LwaUs vr line vr iuseitUMi Ac
I KIDAX . . . UfC t, lt
faiii st tlit feilelhr l , (HtfxM,
i MtmiS Ims wsll muni,
IT'S CUCKIN ALONG '
at Uch tlwl radinai ktf cmi jk-Uwo
Will the opportunity ho taken?
I)i-an Collina print in hi Ore-
Hon inn colyum a long string ti
. gniuan cviyum iwn ein'
One iroprowmont Ugct.anothor, Jnj anti-botixo pomoe. W
1l,.ihi thi law nf nroirrt. i . . i 1 .l.. .11.... .. r.
e recent 'nu V tiU ln 0M nd prwluction asboing theahortwt and
ta Waa- never nioo you will wwr got anj- , u.,-.,,, ..... i.,,. i.lii.H-tionuLU:
. . . l . . .i. . I..... i:ii M.. .......I.I
An advisory nmmr, wnerv, ua me ixv imh njr
Kid Dolla -all siw .49c to $2.H8
DrvsMHl Dolla :6e to 13.1)8
"Uncle Sam" nll 9c
StU of Drrwd Dolla, boy
and girl 4to t We
Boy ScoulDolU 08ctfl.9K
Doll Hod - 40c to f 1.40
Kitchen Cabinrta -9Kc to 1.98
Train and Track $1.23 to 2.98
Stram Toyif- 1-98clo $1.9fc
"Errctor Si ta'J- all lc.
Ilavo a complete line of nail file,
thoo spoons, button htHk, ronibe,
bruahoa, picture frame, hair rewlv.
era, pow.lir jar, i'tf. Also a dandy
line of Ivory Toilet Sett.
Fancy Tahlo Kunnora and
Overt 4Jc to 12. PS
Pillow To 2re to 9He
Fancy Linen Towrla rach 2fc to 98c
Fancy Turkish Towel--
pnir 49c to 98a
Tabla Linen fictofl.49
Napklna-acU of ail 08c to 12.98
Khmilil a ImmIv mrtt a body
were once uvitin' f..r4hi rv?
representing different sei-tlons of th tmiIay nniark if he
county haa been appointed by tne -n Mt wf u.arfc a yy
county court B , t .,-,i, ,ln,i;nilniirv in And kn-D linuerin' ly?
Governor Withyeomb haa expreaa- - - - ehai'oio haa hia drappie;
ed the opinion that th. passage hy aaying that alter the.reeent Mt.l- r hlvi I -
Attractivejahowing of Coaatera, Ilantl Car. Steam Toy,
Drum, F-rcctor Sta, etc., for tho boys. Full lino of Toilet Seta,
Smoking Seta, Shaving Svta, etc., for tho men..
latum of a tHwer orea anil a
gasoline engine tho Leader man
found that a type-n'tting inachne
was neirssary--or at leut aivi!-
ihe oeoDl of th per cent tx llml
tation amendment nullifies, to all
practical Intenta and purposea, the act
of 11S. which created an emergency
board and he bellevea'that th duties
of this board are now over.
Ftv hundred men and women In
Portland at a mass meeting voted a
two weeks" boycott on eggs. They stra,.gtl however, and object to
also appointed a committee of five to . , .
dTft a memorial to Prea.deut Wilson n.ucn tam.l.aruy on Khort.ar.
and to Oregon a delegation ln con- quaintuncv.
grees. urging an embargo on all prod- - one must respect its whims nd
ucta now being shipped from thl accustom hinult to its mannerifrnie.
cuntrT- w w.. Tnis txing done, it wn do lood
bert J. Wblteaker. Grand Rondo, vice is about as ca--y to compiencnd aa
William Mellien. resigned: Ray L. woulU be the l.ntk alpltaoet to a
Jenkins. Alses, vies George T. Vernon. Digger Indian, one may always sooth
resigned; aiiss wary lummiun. oi-
So I'm about when they come out
Kront wmn for their rye.
Tis tho last bootc he ordered -
I'lll IL UIiuln-u VII tl7 IH'V,
ble. Itiaaunitypo of .the late.t And the cut ltone is borderel
nixkl, ami theieiote a moUvl f g With its soft flowing wave,
depot tnM.t. ll is bomewhai shy f Not the glower of his kindred.
Not tne crowa sianoinv oy,
Can suppress his expression
l!o must swear or he'll die.
aw' r n
u. l . renn ? y u a. inc.
tkht haw, .w
SAVE YOUR EOOS
A certain rich man living In the
great city of Chicago, where they
do not raise a single egg, but ue
millions of them, is said to have
Mis. Marr Cummlngs. Sher- T 7 7"", Z Z I. ... uM 72.000,M eggs last spnng
rill, vice E. U SherAll. slgn.d; Lem- " " .rou . "- and t0 havc put them in cold stor-
uel F. Smith. Agate Beach, vie W. H. n.oot human stunw tf he will only q NoW , e
Vader, resigned. ' titoke it epiglottis w.d lundle its qt g high prJtCi
The state tax commleslo-. de- oiaphmgm. anChe will make a fortune out of
ZX!,"nnZ" 'this more or U a.ry. pors.flage e ha. achieAcd Nation-wide
St OaJrU. ismey bywol auainung our f
in regard to th effect of the tax llml- rwiuers wiUi U fact Umt we new fop hc prtp0ftW t0 gougo
Ution amendment and until It la aa- must personally learn h..w to handle thc b,ic he Kf)ny ya
certalned whether or not the atat. ,nd operatoourncwj machine, and if th man wm u, intent with
wwinsocommission or omission ItuunMe profit he wouM fee
"manyTe. oJ wami. for a. " ny Umlty . phllMUlwpUt.
irrigation project to be put in opera- wehope they jsill lot give .Ihe f Thjg wiae ching0 barbarian tug-
tlon. Cow Creek valley haa at last Ljwter is 3 years old.w.d has al- . wwy wy jn whkh 0 e
succeeded. A. D. Helms Is promoter w.vKhereloloie been set in the Kor-d . . . : .i..-
M th. bad te an .ianed . .. .. . , . JI . AOUaewives oi ameraa o.-y ..-
"w : Oid en, rTanKlin way auu lruiu.u . . .iu,
np and th farmer are only waiting f ,,,., ,he problem
. .v .h. Att.t. Tha on a O. Wah. It is rather difficult ,n .,
project will put under water about lor an old dug to learn new tricks,
(00 acres of the best land in th vl- but this one. will learn 'em in time,
ley. Meanwhile bo patient, dew
friends and readers, and in due
Coventor Wlthycombe hss forward
ed a letter to Newton O. Baker, aocre
tary of war. In which he urged that
the war department release from serv
ice on the Mexican border Troop A.
Oregon cavalry, and Battery A. Ore
artillerv. so that the last of th
v - miiii.rv nmnlullani In fed- C 'llil-S to OlH.-raU.' It
eral service at the international boun- ooth ttpied tnti control
dary line might return to their bomea.
Daring the month of November 12
vessels loaded at the mills in the low
er Columbia river district and their
combined cargoes amounted to 27,
3S3J15 feet of lumber. In the same
period tbe upper river mills shipped
4,559.975 feet of lumber on vessels,
msking a total of 31.143.890 feet of
If they will put
u.) eggs when they are cheap. I y
familiar and easy water-gla;g
orocess. or doubtless by other for
mulas. they will have eggs when
Meet the Briquet Fflan
Now that you have taken our ndvice
nd bought a good coal atove I want you
to get be tter gpqtlalntt'd with tho Briquet
Man and hia excellent fuel, and I am confl
dent you will like it to welt that you will
have no cause to regret the acquaintance.
Try a load and bo convinced.
P. T. Harbour
Furnished and Printed at the Leader office
rs. and m due tm dcliri There
that the Leader . - , .K th-iftw
course we think
will regularly appear oniits regular hUHholjer axoM not buy eggs in
pub hcalion uuy. Hits week a pr , ... . . r .
las stronjt, ar.d with piactice thv .. at 20 to 2o cents tr
baseLall t-uiior whose
uuty it l-
wui devel P
diwen less, semetinr.es-- and pre
serve them :or the time certain to
come six months later when they
will be worth 40 to 60 centa a
If it be said that the average
For fifty viars or thcrealxmts thc . family canixit afford to eat eggs at
country was normally Republican.' CO cents a dozen, there is nothing
1 ut to itthe laid question "Are to prevent their sale. Why let the
vr,n I:, nublkan or Lkmwratic?" se,fibh Chicago gambler make all
t W- I.M th rnl..mhla Hfth anil ihi. bmU'iC fflVlTI Wlthitlt ITlUl h .116 DrOfit W CgTSf
In cargoes during the month of No- hesitation or refaction, would lte If the conscientious family prc-
vember. bt-n Kt pbuliean." But the time vWer is not satisfied to venture a
nv of the 27 accident reported " : (t. UtcW sjeculative fljer in eggs cn
week. They were: B. Legura, of War- that differed n.sU-rifclly frcm thc move into the suburbs and start a
ren. killed in logging operations: J. whih of the other. !:th aim poultry yard. "It will be a pleasai t
W. Erlckson. of Portland, run down ncw atch tuttanliauy tht. wmc occupation, but not so profitable,
subsUntially the probably, a. letting someone eUe
SSJSIii'r lb. -"ding question raise egg. and acting a. one', own
Industry, and W.W.Kinnlcut, of Jack- tetwetn thi m is f imply that of middleman.
onvlUe, killed while mining. choosing whiih of two sets of men 1
v?u . fcW!r!L nZ'T.' will deal most competently with the Watch Watt & Roger, next week
laaSi- afTairs of government a, they a, ise, foV Christmas prize,. ;-
6. as a part of th programm .tor both set dealing with those affairs ,
farmers' and homemaker' week, will jn a puI ty opi ortunistic manner. V xor Bal" w-eBcn-
offer the most complete nd uthorl- 1 hat inK t,t. uw,tion, there has '
Uw fllK 0(b' becnarr,aioity prcgun.ption that , Ashland voted down two charter
the northwest. ReprenUtlve. from the Republicans , on the whole, mys aq.enomenU increasing Uxes,
the largest grower, snipper ana tnet-atuiuay tvinmiiiwi,
manufacturers' will be In attendance, eB wjth thtm more competently
and the programm will cover every than thJ Tjcmocrfcta, -
phas of the bulk handling of grmin. prwulri,,ti(1n is thc RrpubH-
from th cultur unUl the time it 1 ' ....
made Into flour, or uUUsed in some can party's chief st.x-k in trade to.
other way. ' day; but it is certainly wide open
Oregon will continue under th pro- 0 attack along a good half of its
hibition law permitting Importation of cjra)n,fm.ri.. In the matter most
dry- amendment adopted at th recent trol-namely, the business conduct
lection, Tnall be enacted by th legls- of the government the party was
latur next January, Governor James not competent but incompetent. It
Wlthycombe and Attorney General WM flot r.ica ar,d efficient, in
Brown-said. That all doubt among ju.n.m ,!,
district attorney, and other official, which mits the IXmrats when
aaaatae ka Mmnval fit Mas HaMl ffl th fflawW their turn came, followed it. I ork-
u..iMii amabttHmtitit Attnntav KAt-vol loo tfJli'H ar.nronr .at lonft and
General Brown has Issued a statement afJminii.trative waste characterized . Dan p 8myth,
advising offidsl. against trying to en thc g0V,.Trrn,.nt, , matter which r Cr.,,k
fore th"bon dry" amendment until . ' ' CarUr Ot bntlZ
th le,l.l.tur ha. acted. A. th s.de was m power. . awvm
amendment now stands, th attorney The party that actually introduces LAWYERS
Ctnarti dUaid, It U uaaatorclWe. economy and tfficiency into too gov- pEfjuLtTON OUEUON
Altuoiic TfMh ttfUf ruAlKJiiQ
MliiOffal liljUUI t S
A CUP OF COFFEE
A SANDWICH :
A BOX OF CANDY
A CIGAR, Etc.
A Complete Line
' Oi Ei
NO JOI too DtrncaT
rtrilcsl Caltors, pets Braalhlnf
.!. BOX, Jiwtltr . . . Wutoa
S Mrs. Alyte Roe-GilchrUt '
tnrj rtiAty si Mrs. Wm. MsrKraaK'i M
HARNESS & SHOE REPAIRING
OOOD STOCK - GOOD WORK
Leave order at Weston Marc.rt U
stor a. or lirttie work to mv raaidf ...
I'ower cottage, near .cnooi.
I. r. 8ETTLC . WatrVew
rooms. Zchm &
DR. R. B. ROBBINS
Court and Main Street
Preston-Shaffer Milling Co,
Athena, Oregon s Waifeburj, Wash.
Made of selected bluestem in one of the
best equipped mills in the Northwest.
Sold In Weston by
Weston Akrcantile Company