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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1917)
OREGON NEWS NOTES
Principal Events of th Wnk
Briefly Sketched for Infer
mttlon of Our Readers.
a strike of flshermea oa
River lasted only few day.
The Oregon Baptist assembly will be
A request tor a erolng over a
ruing road la Clatop county. made
y II. K. Noble, of Portland, dlacloaee
the fact (hat he contemplate develop
ing lrrg traci OI eprurw in
jounty to obtain lumber fur coaairue
lloa of aeroplane.
Four or five partli of cruiser who
ire examining and clasairylng Oreguu
ft California graut laud hae alerted
work tn Polk county. There are about
M.000 acres of land lu Folk county
ItOgU 9nd by the Oreiton i aomrnia,
about J3.000 of thia bring timber tanu.
The largest farm aaie or wnn tsuiM, jult jt.
Held at the etate fatrtrounda July JT week. Involving a total consideration
a Auauat t. imiowiw,i, .w.-r
NewrgbaatoattwoeMuptoneert H'PI''r. where L. K. MrBr .old hi.
""T1 " J r JL.. .... n. .tock ranch on Willow creek, a
in In drain oi Eltnv o vuiwui - , w
"K-'iiSl- .re to be . product Cray. Th. ranch comprise, 'lit
nf the Eugene Fruitgrower' aocla- acre.
tlon cannery In Eugene. The rubllc ..'nice cmml.. on baa
Th crop of clover eeed In Llna Issued an order rciutring the lllanv
county la going to be extremely abort, atte Pacific railroad ororatma between
according to late re porta. Eugene and Coo. Pay to construct .P-
A movement baa been launched at proximately li mile of country road
MarahfleM to rganlie tha Southera for Une county alone the north bank
Oregon Development board. of the Slu.law river within four
The aalmon run in tha lower Colunv montha.
bia haa atarted again, after the Inter. The banka and truat companle of
ruptlon caueed by the June freahet. Portland. In anwer to a call showing
The aummer acbool which ha been the atatua of their business Juno 20,
la session at Oregon Agricultural col- 19IT. ahow deapoalta of IW.'JM'S M
lege for the Ut two month, closed greater at that time than at the clo
Frav of business June J, Hl. according to
Because of tha pread of fore.t a report Issued by Superintendent of
firea in aouthert Oregon an emergency Bank Sargent
call baa been aent out for mora flra A thoroughbred atock farm on the
fighter. Klamath Indian reservation la being
Superintendent Pollotk. of the Alea planned by the official at the KUm
hatrherv. distributed 0.000 young ath agency, who are cooperating Ith
rainbow trout ia atreama trlbutory to the agency achool. to at.n-k a 3ia.-r
L. E A D E R 'M nmv ,m"' y '" 'he k'ad-
r i'aliw fiimi itH tntirv miIihci Iiw
( I AKK Utl, I'mWUIhi .,. .. .
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M'HWMIPI ION KAUt
tii I Ackcrman Mtya tlmt Nr-
The Year ! M wny. Svil it, Ih'ittiiiirk ittnl llollfinl
Six Montha & hiv fntliit trt'iinnny wltilo Hie
K,M,r '"' : MW UniUsI Slnlw i f.l.MK Hi. im.
AllVIHIHIM. BAirj L, XJl. . i
IteKular. r Im n nr iwertlon .... w,c Tu, OlvtrtlHlttl' ili.llll.itHl.lf
i ratiHient, per men per iiiaeriion .tv
I.ix hU, Hr lino yvr invi'itiuii
"te tr,'nK,l1 """'I' tiion nilitiit'Mlily
iliHiilnytM in uilriolihin Ihuii cvor
1IT lM-fi.ii' iit mtliMtHfliii.
f Kldtit l tin utllic t Ufilea. 0Oe.
) it mend ! mI
A Iih'uI rx'nU'r oliM'tvi-n lluil Ihi'rv
niu't hi ttmny wurnta in thi world
.i nli iithiiiK riliiu prvUiiil t pick
fmni (lie Mtrk irrantt.
"liio KuKsintut Ar' Miikiujr I'iik
fttss" in llif wroni; iliriH'timi.
WIkh-mt Iiii itv-innliitfil n Imh Ii
vthont t'uko mill hiut tht-rt-liy Ix-vn
iniivttl to iifi tirvinliiiii of ittt
truMntory HilvHiitUKttt will Ik- in-
' tfrx'btitl in the folluwinif Ifttor
KaiMT IioIiIm frtiin AlU ri Itrtw., tin- I'ortlaml
Tin iiowm tlmt th
Ami rii-a in itniti'inpt in mt nurpris- inilli-n. In reply tt nn inipiiry fmm
itiK. if lluTf is nnythinj? in nvi- K. M. Smith. Nrrrtary of tho Win.
roeity. Ion t lunnuToinl cluh:
"('mu'iTniiiK Iho prtil"ilk' mar-
t'nimila Mifiifiltil in fliippini; ki t fr buckwht'ttl, wi wtmlil wy
nmrt' than ton times iw ninny wl- "ur ,l'ii,,n
iliors ti Frniiiv limn the Unititl
apaclallv alma w r o (ortnnata t
ba on of thousand enmmunllia wher
hnuMwive can alway gel fLavo FLour,
(War f 100.000.00 la being; apent to tall uarg
of It many far-tuperlor mama. Ilundratla of
title and town cannot get Ihla batter flour
yet. Tlii It lortunat In being ooaeouimuulijr
hara VLavo PLour ia made.
ttrryMM It ti.tlnf hltr. m wtiatoMaw r4 ttwa !
lva yon all ihU aa.1 n.r. II m w.t -
ri.a U a Kwta.tH ll ro.i.lm Ik. mux . the
lMltMrrr. ll la cntnir walw. IM ti.l nf e 1 m.to. Tmmim-
l cnm.lki nlla ot Ilia hl hl.la IM ll mmrt an
kiakaal luwd value.
Ail . i--- U ..-i Uiil kniilui'l. mr luwwl mJ MUlM IMK IM !
i.ku ...t.i ihii K.r axk v4 PLata FIHtl la rninM.
A.a l. Ikla Namn- averl flour aad wlU tat ia4-lMa4 wlik IM
Oritr FLavo FLour ToJay
t Manal MiUan
WESTON MILLING CO.
Abo Wvatou' Heat ami Whulo Wluut Flour; (iraliain, t'vrrala,
Fiotl and Hay; Swl (iraln, Ktork l'ol ami Poultry Supplie. Va
do cuatom milling. Your -atruii(,' aollcltiHl. W. I.. ItiinniN.
BLUE MOUNTAIN SAWMILL
WILL SOON BE RUNNING
that we can
whatever buckwheat niiht he
duittl in your iac lion.
"IYicc vgriin, of couim'
neliloin utuler two ivnlt mt
The Hlue Mouutitin niwiiiiII will
Ik- ttUrlrtl up won a a workintr
but la force enn Ih' niobilixeil, mvunlinjf to
lounil. Munavrr t. W. Avery, who wua in
A lira river. ranch under the Modoc
William Thomaa. about 10 yeara old. tlon project, and ralae pure-bred cattle States, without one-tenth na' much
committed aulclde at the Pavla home, by modern method. "swwikintf."
aouth of Reedville. by hanging him- Mr. Roue Pearl Huntley, wife of
elf from a rafter. Captain M. R Huntley, of the 3d com-
The fourth anaual meeting of tha Pny. coaat artillery. O. N. Q . of Ku- Now that everylnHly eU- cannot
Pacific Coaat Aaaociatlon of Port gene, comtnittrd ulcldc at her home et'nH knowing that "Mack Jack"
Authorities wUl be held In Portland by hanging heraelf by a rope to th rvrshinif and his Sammies are in woud t0 b KoVemed by local .rju ortavrc exinU Uiaue of
September i. S. and . raftera In the attic She was denpon- Frjlnrt.( nnMim to impressively conditiona. Buckwheat is a crop trikcs in the (.ast mills.
Preident wiwon na em 10 me aeni -.r mr aumu . . e , i n,,;, ..r. very su tab c to many narts of thr
. tllV WfJ ll v .ii.ii ' " a a (alaBBaH.aaaaaBiaaaaBaBaMMaaBaMB.aal
isortnwwi anu wouin txt aome va
riation from straight wheat and MlSJ Ida NiriaUS a Bridfl
dent over her hUKband coiitcmpial
senate the reaomlnatlon of Frank S. ed departure for the war.
Myers to b poatmaater at Portland Because of tho war and the Im-
for another four year. portance of the food supply, the direct
Arrangement are under way for a ore of the Jackson County Fair anso-
pecial meeting of the Cattle and elation have decided to aban-ion the
Horse Raiaera aaaociatlon which la to horae race, bucking contest and
be held in Lakevlew September. motor races, which hava cbarnclerli-
sviroai firea are burninc more gen- ed county fair In the past, and con
ami mis year runs ironi mrov u. twn U)il, wwk Trnrty nien art
tw. mt. lei I. Fruit Imxea only will !
"The ordinary time for willing? manufactured. These are needed In
buckwheat is in May, but you ti... Milton fruit district, where a
We should like to wi your
A i-liurmlfficr ur.wlililitr Wli aiiU'lttn
Alfalfa flour is now an accom- people plant some buckwheat every , ... 0.t)t,i. Saturday say the
plished foinl fact, and we would year." Fm1 Ongonian. when Miss Ida J.
suggest that the Bulldogger ed. Herein is evidently an opportun- Narkaus and Mr. Henry Sunnnri,
economize by consuming It as a Ity for Wpston farmers to rxperl- both prominent young people of
erally ia the Butte Falls, Prospect and cntrat upon the display of agricul- patriotic duty, as he is mostly a meiit with pluasum and profit to .':,,l"n w ,7 M,, ii 1 1 if . .
.. j -J . .nrf fn.li.ff. . , .l.i .. BH.- tU MlV. II. tl. IUIlel St llltf
Hoooniii BCMO..IUHUIW.!" - parasite anynow. uiemscivrs ami w communuy, uw jn.-i.iiiin t-hnrch Th.. Iiri.l.. wu
ly in Crater Laka n.Uonal park, than Corporation Comm Is, oner Schulder leader's agricultural ed. guaran. T u!' In . u L t
for 10 vears. v 'man. in a statement Issued relative ... . especiaiy pn uy in s M-orgi "
' .... i .. M..... ;.k. ...... I;.,., tl... ut. I.I..IT tin to furnish lit IokmI one enthu. inii ami turT.-la fr.M-k with a twin.
J t Hill of Currr county, credit to tne nusineas oi me corporaimn ihh mwunnuiin n- on.!-.., ....... . - -- - :.
bis dog with Increasing the family department. "shows that for the year f Michaelis, it liHiks to us as silastic consumer
bank account by $129. as a result of ended June 30 the operating expense tnUKn (.miany's chance is no
Westoa Meat Market
brighter than its chancellor.
have lp creep along in the clodhop.
Mr valleys in order that there
may be elbow room for genius on
the mountain top.
the animal locating a coyote den and of that department has been 7.T per
killing six' pups. cent of the revenue received, wnirh
Fifty business men of Prinevllle bar aet a new record In the cirat of tho
formed a Crook County Defense Guard administration of any department, tho
for the purpose of assisting Sheriff report declares.
Knox In any kind of an emergency Of the 399 accidents reported to
that might arise. the state industrial accident conimis-
Tho conference of the Oregon Asso- lon during the week ending July 19,
elation for the Prevention of Tubercu- three were fatal. They were Ralph
losis. and the Northwestern Tuberculo- Williamson, of Portland, killed while
ais conference will be held In Portland, trespassing on railroad property;
October 15 and 16. Jake Tupper. of Forest Grove, killed
A. J. Oglesby, pioneer of Lane coon- in logging operations, and Harrison W.
ty aod prominent in Its affairs tn the Bangle, of Hood River, killed In light
early- days, died at Breltenbush and power operations.
Springs, east of Albany, of heart di- An order readjusting and generally
ease, at the age of 76. Ironing out discriminations in the elt-c-
. State Dairy and Food Commissioner trie and water rates of the California-
J. D. Mickie has gone to Atlantic City, Oregon Power company haa been Is-
ti. J, where he is to attend the annual sued by the public service comml-
convrntloa of the National Associa- lon. The order affect Medford. I'en-
tlon of Dairy, rood and Drug officiala. tral Point, Gold Hill. Grant Pass.
The Marion county ourt ha signed Jacksonville, Rogue River. Plioenlx, military service is this
.... ... . .1 . . I - ..T , "-,,.. t, PI..J.U T t ' . '
up a contract tor me construction or nmin-vi, tuu vie, n, uicnumr,
new steel bridge serosa the William- Plnt- Talent, Klamath Falle and
Attorney-General Brown will go
ahead with Investigations of the Pa
cific Livestock land-fraud cases. This
was decided at a meeting of the state
land board, when State Treasurer Kay
offered a resolution, seconded by Sec-
Despite Herb Kaufman's uplift- The French poilus comfort them
: Lm .. u.. .....k r..mut-L selves in the trenches with the fol
IHK lllliaiRD H. 0" iiiii.il I" , .. ...... n, . . . ,. . . ,,
i i. .ti mi Ifiwintr hit f i.hil.txnohv which htm winning tne nritiai party took uin-
a goHi many oi us p.ou.icrs win - - . . - - - ,..-,.,. p..ml..to.. hi... After
iiuet of asters. Mis Mther Nar
kaus acted as bridiiuald with (lies
ter Cordon as Ust man. Only a
few relatives, including Jacob Nar
kaus, Joe Narkaus and Mr. and
Mrs. Win. J. Porran, witnessed the
ceremony. Immediately after the
Meats and Fish
A. P. Perry
Tenna aro cohIi at
Weston iA'nilor hIioji
U-en printed and circulated all
along the western front. No one
knows its origin:
"You havo two altenmivi eith
er you are mobilized or you ar
etle river between Marlon and Pel If
counties at Salem. The bridge will
The United States engineering crew,
under Walton Haydon, has completed
the survey of north and south Cool
rivers, for data for use in government
"Kvery man for himself" seems
to Ik the governing rule of the Rus
sian soldiers - in which event the two alternatives -you are in camp
German devil is apt not only to or at the front. If you arc in
take the hindmost but the entire cniP. ? have no'hinK t0 worry
, ., about,
caboodle. ..,f you are at the front you havo
two alternatives either you arc in
Among the disqualifications for reserve or on the fighting line. If
you are in reserve, you have noth-
"R.v.Vifii.fl nlmormnlities. includ- l"g to Worry about.
ing the principal pvidiw-s pt de- '.'t you are on the fighting lino
generacy." VBU have two alternatives either
Evidently the Bulldogger will ! ' ' ,V. i '. . J " !.t
a few weeks Mr. and Mrs. Sunnari
will ' leave for Alberta, ( anndn,
where they will make their home.
Mrs. Ktinnarj is the daughter of
Mr. and Mr. IVUt Narkaus of
not. If not, you have nothing to westim. Mr. Minnari luis also mii
worry about. hix home In I'mutlllu county and
"If you are mobilized you have vicinity.
11 1 11 1 -v
DR. G. li. SMITH
Physician and Surgeon
Omen In Watt building
Willi TOM OMtiUON
Dr. A. F. Sempert
tirurluato anil Hoglstcrfd
Office Hourn-0 to 12 a.
m. ; 1 to 5 p. m.
Watts Building - Upstairs
not lose its editor.
work of deepening the channels and retary Olcott, that !3u0u be appropriat-
removing snags. ed from the school fund interest to
The president has renominated Her- carry on the Investigations, and if tha
man Wise postmaster of Astoria and attorney general deems It advisable, to
Ira. C. Mebrllng postmaster at Fall 8 ahead and prosecute the suit.
City. The senate confirmed the re-
nomination of Edward O. Worth, sur- '"rest fires will handicap logging
reyor-general of Oregon.
According to Jackson F. Kimball, ernment for the construction of wood'
you have nothing ti; worry about
If you do, you have two alUn-na-
Uvea either you get hurt or you
GiKithals and Dcnman were gently don't. If you don't you have noth-
pushed from their post with a pil- ing to worry about.
low onto a featherbed; but never- "If you are hurt you have two
theless "fired" thev were alternatives either you get slightly
' u.y were. hurt m ym get bB(,y hurt Jf
' " , slightly, you have nothing to worry
If the United bUit)s must have about.
Calling attention to the fact that a dictator, which some are assert ''If badly hurt you have two al-
intr. we would orefer that it be tcmatives-either you recover u
camps supplying lumber for the gov- Woodrow mmm now ralher than you don't If you recover, you hava
noming to worry aooui. ir you
while tho buying is (rood.
It's Bcarce now, but tho outlook is for greater
scarcity and higher prices.
P. T. HARBOUR
en ships, airplane and training camps,
and also that they will make nccesiary
the drafting of men from the Indus-
the Kaiser later.
bead of the Klamath-Lake Counties
frtre association, there hare been
twenty-four forest fire In Klamath the drafting of men from the Indus- Athough running is just about the WOrry forever,
county tn the last two week, with trie of the tate. State Forester JC.- best thing they do, the Russians .
don't, and have followed my advice
clear through, you have done with
practically little or no damage.
The schools of Hood River may open
two weeks earlier than usual this
year, in order that a vacation may be
called If necessary at the height of
apple-picking season to allow the stu
dents to participate tn the harvest.
As a result of the recent I. W. W.
dlsturbancea in the neighboring coun
try of Klamath, the citizens of Grant
Pas have organized a group of 60
men into a home defence company
ZZsZZZ ? "8Ve 1 t0! tHe U.,u. Cany.
ivaiser 10 run ineir government. Vloe lf toe great roca pi fiiurtr
Is Catlln by, where Is to be found a
Hill Hryan says in his Commoner 0,0"' 0tlwr "" " "nd" out '
bjohc mmn irnro uinuii' i in iiaru. .uau
liott urge all
with him In prev
in extinguishing those in existence.
Officials of the Cascade national for
est are exercising extraordinary fire
precaution, in view of the extremely
dry state of the timber and of electric
al storms that are almost a daily oc
currence near the McKenzie and Wil
lamette summits. In the Deschutes
forest, east of the summit of the Cas
that WE MUST WIN - which
regard as a capital remark.
under the command of Sheriff George lightning, but all were aoon brought
LeWg. ' under control, according to word re
Incendiary destruction at Klamath ceived at the Cascade forest office in
Falls of the new milk bouse and new Eugene.
pasteurizing equipment of the WU- If the Oregon will co operate
liams dairy. Is evidence, say officials, with the federal trade commission,
that the menace of the I. W. W. has and if like co-operation can be obtain
not yet been removed from these vl- d from the stale of Washington, a
clnltles. prompt snd thorough federal invest!
The Modoc Point irrigation project ga'lon will be made of the fuel situa
on the Klamath Indian reservation tlon In the northwest to ascertain th
aril! be completed In about three causes for prevailing high prices and
seeks, according to Project Engineer for existing or threatened shoris&e.
H W, Hlncka, of th Klamath agency. Information will be gathered at the
This project embraces about 340 same time to enable congress or the
acres of rich land, aod was started in federal government to deal with th
Utt I8. -
generation ago during a storm n fleet
of Genoese fishermen put Into the (bet
tered spot and so ecad (be fury of
the sea. In the boats, so history ha
tf were many women, and they he
fame o enamored of tbe spot that
hut were Imllt.'and they remained.
- Hundreds of year bare passed, aiiij
With all its Suev Sinirs and Hod tu Illtle trll still linger on. The
Sali.'in h.'is a fling tni? which
yielded -M) pounds of cherries val-
flre have been started by ued at $'.10,
Prcston-Shaffcr Milling Co.
Athena, Oregon . Waitsburg, Wash.
Sings, we arc not surprised that
government ba given tbem a grant of
Portland's Chinatown is
land, aad a rlllasn now cluster in tha
a bit dis- .better of tbe bsy. Btrangost of all, It
Is said tbe population dare not Increase
for fenr It will oTerstep its twmtidary,
,. i .. , and marriage la allowed only tn rota-
Hie new German chancellor looks No , ,t tWm
in his pictures as though biting a may take place In the village until a
nail in two were one of his daily way ha been made for It by a death,
fliwrxioim The peopl " quat and tigly and look
aversions. amazingly like one another. It I a
Utile colony of cousins, dwelling apart
Senator Smool estimates that the jq na shadow of a great rock and go
war in one year will cost Uncle Ing down to tbe sea In shins to earn
Sam eevcnktt billion of Mlanr- w UrrtUBxctaaf
Made of selected bluestem in one of the
best equipped mills in the Northwest.
Sold in Weston by '
Weston Mercantile Company