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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 20, 1920)
WESTON, OKEGON, FRIDAY. AUG. W, 1120
OREGON NEWS NOTES
f Principal Events of the Week
Briefly Skotched for Infor
mation of Our Readers.
The Oregon Normal (rhuol will open
It doors for the year's work on B-p-tomber
Three hundred oioiubrrs of I tin
' Knights of Pythlea held their annual
lilrnlc at Wooiiiiurn.
Tbo Incrram In freight ratri will
roil Hood River applo growi-re an ap
proximate 1200.000 ihta yiar.
ixiii. Hie pri-aWi lit. wre put under ar
i'M by I'roart-iitliig AlUirniy Hubert
i"il i ' In Jail rbiirard with per
Jut) In iiiliuili" t'i" true conrtlt l'n
nf I ho bank (o tin- ataii- hank exam
limr. Application to appropriate 25 aerond
f. ft of water froui Wilson creek for
municipal power development has born
flli'd with the state engineering de
partment by (ho city of Dandon. Tho
application Is preliminary and does
not Indlrat the propoaed fluanrlal ex
penditure or tho natura of construc
Ton acres of sunflowi.rs at tba East,
ru Oregon Htata hoapllal were har
voatod Ilia paat week for silage and
two 140 ton alloa aro filled with tho
yield. It waa at flrat Intended that
tho sunflowers ahould supplement corn
Ol' John D. Thrift Sr.
Tho Krleg A lllgoiis warehou. o- Mao crop but auch tremondoua
rated In tho railroad yarda of Lebanon,
waa completely destroyed by fire.
During Ilia alx montba preceding
August 1 deal hi In Klamath Kail num
bered t(. Tha nuinbur of birtha m
ported waa tJ
Applo boa aiiooka will cost Hood
River grower IB ceuta a b--x thla
season. Tim price of lout year ranged
from It to 21 cents.
Jabra II. Glnn, of tYndli-ton, waa
elected supreme mauler of anna for
tha grand lodge, Knights of I'ytblaa.
In aeaalon at Minneapolis
I'lana are being made at Pendleton
to entertain 300 delegates to tho an
nual efiivntion of tho Btato Fedora
lion of Labor, Soptsmbor It.
Coder the auaplroa of the Multno
mah county farm bureau, a aerloa of
poultry meetlnga and culling demon
atratlona will be held thla week.
After alx weeks of drilling through
lava rock, an abundant flow of water
baa been reached at tho Cried Lum
ber company's mill In Klamath couuty.
There are U&l farma In Linn county
and ins. t9 aerca devoted to agricul
tural and horticultural copa thla year,
according to a survey Jul completed.
Samuel Mlnchln, who lived on a
farm between Dundee and Dayton,
waa atruch by a Southern 1'aclfle eleo
trie passenger train and waa Instantly
A 20 per cent dividend la being re
ceived by etockholdera In the Cottage
ylold waa obtained that tha alloa were
fUled without the corn.
After 17 year In the employ of tho
atato hoipltal for the Inaane, moat of
the time aa farmer. D. T. Drown baa
ben compelled by age and III health
to realgo. He la nearly SO yeara old.
Tho atate board of control baa adopted
reeolutlona In appreciation of Mr.
Ilrown'a long aorvlce. He entered the
employ of the atate In 1881
on Hun'luyw and 24 pagea on week
daya aa a meant of conaervlng the sup
ply of newa print
Tun Union Fishermen racking
company of Aatorla fll. with the iu
pretno court an application for a tem
porary restraining order In an action
against Carl D. Bootmaker, former
tato game warden, to prevent enforce
ment of the law prohibiting any per
aon or firm to possess or ao food
fiih caught outside the three mile
limit oppoalto the mouth of the Colum
bia river between the datea of Auguat
25 and September 10. The application
waa placed In the handa of Justice
POLES DRIVING -RUSSIANS
Counter Offensive Clears the
Danzig Corridor of
1'arl. The Pollah counter offen
alvi-, wJth Thorn aa Ita base, baa auo-
ceiifully cleared tho Danzig corridor
Burnett who will have It under advise- of Ru""lan t.r?op, ,
port received from the French mission
In Poland. Tbe Polish forcea atlll aro
ment until Auguat 21.
Dr. 11. E. Armstrong. trAornl inaru-.
tor, reporta that dipping of sheep In dr',,i",, f'Mtrd. lh report says.
Klamath county aa a means of eradl- T
eating scabl.-s la virtually completed Berlin. A telephone meaaage from
and he believes that the dlaeaa'. haa p0D ,u,!d thal the pole h ,orcd
been effectively atamped out. Since t,ie Kussl'1 back from tbe Vlatuls
June 1, 251.295 abeep have bwn dipped ""een kllometera.
In Klamath county and In tbe north- A Koenlfsnburg diapalch reported
crn part of Siskiyou county, Cal. For- uec"i for a Pollah counter-attack
ty-elx thousand sheep were dipped In olong the line Plonak-Novo-Oeorglerak,
Siskiyou, the remainder at various A Bolshevik attempt to cross tba
dipping atationa In Klamath county. vIMuU north of Ivangorod was report,
to addition. Dr. Armstrong states that ed frustrated and the Poles were aald
16.000 Jackaon county sheep were dip- to have resumed counter operation
Mr. D. F. Necly, late of Koeppen's housca this week. While perhaps the (n the yjcinlty of Ashland, and all aoutheast of Warsaw.
OVER "THE HILL"
drutr store at Pendleton, haa accepted peak day In wheat receipts has not olnt.r siK,.D i j-kgon coun'y have
Bherlff Orr and Deputy Sheriff a position at McFadUen'a pharmacy, arrived, warehousemen nave naa t,en csr' fully ln8orct-d.
Hooker unearthed one of tbo most Mr- and Mrs. Necly expect to make about all the sacks they could con- r
complete moonahlne outfit! ever found ' hontp permanently in Athena. veniently handle. The bulk system, . , ,
In Polk county while looking for boot- Dr. Earl B. Osboro, of the animal which is being used to some extent 5.pubeans Invaded by Radical Forces
leggera In Independence. Tbe Kill, husbandry department O. A. C, atop, in handling wheat here, has in a Spokane, Wash -The Non-partiian
patterned after those of the mountain P1 over between trains in Athena measure relieved the congestion that Itague, the Railwaymen s Welfare
wtlona of Kentucky and Tennessee, Tuesday and visited friends. Dr. Os- formerly confronted the sack pilers. ' league, tho cemmitteo of il and other
waa declared capable of turning out horn la on his way East to visit state Word was received Saturday morn- radical organisations Invaded tho Bo
one quart of whliky every six minutes, 'airs and live stock exhibitiona. , ing by Austin Fors that his father, publican party bare, when they filed a
George A. White, adjutant general ' Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Dudley came J,. J. Foss, had suffered a stroke cf complete state, senatorial, legislative
of Oregon, soon will receive from tbo do" 'rom their cama at Bingham paralysis at his home near Redmond, and county ticket.
government a record ahowlng every Springs Monday and went to the Oregon. Mr. Foss left immediately
Oregon soldier bo was wounded In rnountaina Tuesday In quest of hucklc- for his father'a home. The stroke Premier of Greece Shot In France,
the war. and a similar list will be fur- berries. was evidently a light one, for Mrs. raris Prime Mlnioter Eliphtherios
nlshed by tbe navy department. It la Mr. ami Mrs. W. C. Emmel spent Foss has been informed by her hus- ConKiantine Venizcloa of Greece, nar
said the list will run well Into thou- portion of -the week huckleberry- band that the old gentleman has since rowly escaped assassination at tho
oands and will contain names repro- '"K the mountains. .Miss Clara been able to leave his bod. Mr. Foss hands of feliowountrymcn aa he was
sentlng practically every community Haynie asaUtcd the clerical force n Sr. has of late years been enjoying Pterins the Lycns railway station. Ho
In the state. h 1'enney store durng Mr. Emmel. good, heajUl, was shot In the left ahoulder and the
Berlin. Uninterrupted rifle fire and
hand grenade explosions were report
ed to ba proceeding at 1 a. m. at
Kattowitz, upper Silesia, where seri
ous fighting occurred between French'
troops' and civilians who struck la
rrotest .-.gainst the Russo-Pollsh war
and demanded disarmament of the oc
A crowd at Kattowitx attacked a
detachment of French cavalry, killing
one trooper, whereupon the French j
opened fire with machine guna and
grenades, killing nine and wounding
twenty-six. M. Mile ski, a local Pol-
lr,h leader, threw a grenade from a
window and was dragged from hla
house and killed.
Grove Canning company. Gross sales
of the company In ISIS amounted to e,i in the
150.000. govt rtum iit hud mnilo it clear
With tho mercury boverlng around era I Baron Wr.mr,el. antlbolshe
P4 degreea. ftoevburg last week fared leader In South HuiwIii. that If ho vr'
abaence. Mr: F.T1. Boyd came down from richt ihich
Matt Mosgrove, pioneer traveling- McDougal camp Sunday evening.
salesman ana mercnani. was in in Mr and Mr$ Cass Cannon, Mrs.
city Wednesday from M.ltor.j. Ha wtU c-mon and Mu. shcey wcre
leave next week for Alberta where in the ,nounUinll thc first of tho week
he is Interested in extensive farming geMng tho luscioM huckleberry,
optrations. , ... .wii nn.i m r..
In company with her" uncle, Charles , """" "V"' -"".-" --
VII WIV 111 VBliivi Ji knvu HVUIV ".!
"PAINT PAY8 FOR ITSELF."
PACT MAGE WITH
.-Premier Lloyd George st.t- NorrU.. Mis. VeUui Shubert gradu- of
i nouso or commrns tiini tno ...... .. -v.,k . . , inpi,,,! ; the
,o Qo. Milton Monday and registered at Cc-
"' J f".,? were two watches and a leather note
Miss Vclmi held scholarships
in both JVIllamcito and Columbia.
Query. I have quantltr of old paint
ob hand. Ct.0. t UM It for the first coat la
repainting my barn?
Answer. On no account should old
paint which has become fat be used,
for priming either old or new work.
Old pniot In that condition Is best used
Washington. Operation of Amer!- on n fencc,f brickwork or tlnwork. If
can vessels on former German trade you value your barn sufficiently to
routes to all parts of the world has paint tt, do It the justice of a good Job.
While at the Wright livery the sanction and support of the ship-
an ice famine, m two local piama fur1Pr nttnrM ,he soviet forcea he '- Btab,c one day this wecki doinR somc plng 00arli chairman Benson declared
siatea mat tue ammonia snonage waa mlM do ,0 un nli own responsibility. wwk Elcctrit.iBn Eliot noticcl
responsible for the condition. n..nr.t .i..ee then ha, I r nd aon-in-Iaw at Paisley, Ore- . . ,; frnm ,
gon, this week.
Mrs. C. O. Whiteman and children
fntAn'a luutV tA flA ttt-A tt'atollAa . 1 V I. .1 . 1 T I T
fr. W.lt. W.I1. M. v-w" " """" "v uu" w 1 urB uuu luu "U.UU.3-
have been returnco; to tneir owner. carea that "the shipping board would
Mrs. Minnie Dc Featt has returned ook forwarJ to Beeing one of Its con-
v.. u. etnoup. or marsnneia. anoui cpen further cperatlons, the pro
at yeara of age. was killed by the nil,r dllod ,nd ,he r,ponslblllty,
Davli slouch loKKtna train when his .... .i.
foot caught In a railroad frog and he rrero,r ,,,ovd Gtsntg wplw con. JX ' "orninr and Joined I tht carflper.
was thrown beneath one of the wheels. ."..,..... t McDougal camp. Mrs. Whiteman
ceruiug moor uuiioaiuni nsniiwi wr ,,,11 returned from Newport Ore v " iook torwaru to
II. L. Plumb ha. been appointed ' clared ".at any attempt wntre wjth n miMJ honu, after rpendmg several weeks glructlvc pIaM
aupervl,r of the Deschutes National to dictate the policy of the government ,, HjlIi JM,nt , month enjoyin5 the 'th Mrs. Ella Brothcrton in Walla ..Tnere no
- . ... a v... t , or oariinineiu dv inausiriui action
loresi 10 suevreo nuriunn i javuir - - - scacunsi.
on, who haa resigned to accompany trw at he root of the democratic Ernest Zerba this week purchased
the Irvla 8. Cobb expedition this fall, wnstllutlon cf the country and would tm) residence projierty of T. P. Do
The record for all the 4 years of be resisted by all the forces at the Greece, corner of Jefferson and Fifth
Augusts which have been tabulated at government a disposal.
U. S. Invents Anti-Rust "Dope."
a in amiouueing co-operative working Incident to the war, the government
book protruding from an old nose- agreements reached between the bas faced the problem that has so long
bog, and on investigation found Mr. American Ship Commerce corpora- proved baffling to commercial con
cerns of protecting Iron and steel from
cached therein. The missing articles American line of Germany. He do- ' " '"'"'i? tlJfllViJ''
era I specialists have perfected various
forms of protective coatings. In this
connection It may be pertinent to ask
whether commercial uses will not ba
German money in the found also for the so-called "dopes"
American end of the business, nor is which the government has Invented to
OREGON NEWS NOTES
there any agreement for German In
vestment In any American compa
nies," he added.
The agreement is tor 20 years and
be applied to airplane wings and which
are possessed of valuable weather-re
sisting and fireproof qualities.
WOMEN NOW MAY VOTE
Forelen banks cannot lawfully adver-
atreets ana will lake possession on ,. ..... huslnes. . orecon news-
September 6th. Mr. and Mrs. Dc- pBperg nor by meana ot clrcuar, and consists, the chairman said, of a gen
Frecce will live on their acreage ,eUerg ieeklng patronage from real- agreement covering the princl
property near Walla Walla. den,g of hg s,ate w,tn the ,ntenUon Pies to be followed by the two con
Miss ArU Barrett will leave today thttt deposlts shall be mailed directly pras anl " operating agreement
for Seaside, where she will take part ,0 u Th,g u the bo,dlng of Covering methods.
the weather bureau la Portland waa
broksn Thursday when the tempera
ture climbed to 98 degreea at 3 o'clock.
Molvln Ollnger, 13 years old, ion of Favorable Diclilon on Federal Amend
Jasper Ollngor of MIHou, was acrl- mant Made In Final 8tate.
aentiy snot ana auiea oy ninusiorn isasnvuie, Tonn. itatitication or tne " F"a" " f vj-v.... ttorney Ooneral 13rown in an opinion
Drlttaln, a companion, at Hauing a federal auffrage amendment was com- -- ",0 uiwhuii
camp In the Blue mountains, east of ploted with favorable action by tbe koh Rose.
Milton. Tennessee houso. Mr"- Jennie Gross and Mm Vervn,
M. II. Harlow, Une county commls- This was tho final state needed for in c"Pr.y wth Frcd Gr.0M d
loner, who haa one of tho best cherry ratification of the federal constitu- y. lo" yesterday morning by auto-
orchards In the county, aald he gather- Mn,.i .,nrtn,n.,. rmine th rioht nobile for Wallowa lake for a fort-
niifni a ouiins
EFFECT OF COLOR UPON THE
DURABILITY OF PAINT.
Property owners who may have tin
der consideration the painting of
dwellings and other structures should
remember that more durable results
which hare been ground by machine
Into a high grade white paint base
have the effect of preventing "chalk
ing" atid "checking," two defects
ed 6 tons of cherrlca off hla eight 0f women to vote in presidential clec
acres this season, thla being the rec- tionR,
ord crop. ' The vote In the house was 49 to 47.
All work on the construction of Tne geUBt0 ratified the amendniont
pier 8 at the port terminals at Aatorla lugl ffidiiy by a vote of 25 to 4.
was stopped temporarily when the
laborers and carpenters, totaling about McC(,n N,med on Tarff commlaalon.
125 mou, struck, and the other era- Washington. President Wilson Ikis
prepared for Will II. Bennett, state FOREIGN VESSELS IN LEAD are stained when tinted paints ar
iiiirii.ij.ni nt hanin. used- Peruiauent coloring materials
Unless means for controlling or ex- jjU. S. Ships Bring In Small Part of
terminating the pine beetle are discov- ' ' Our Imports,
ered It will be only a few years until Washington. Foreign vessels
western pine forests are wiped out, brought nearly twice the value of 1m- which are often observed, when whit
according to Klamath Falls timber ports into the United States during paints are usea.
li.m Goedecke of Pendleton, joined men wfao have ben investigating the the fiscal year 1920 than was carried
the Hansell and Stephens camp at (xtcnt ol tho destruction In Klamath In American vessels, according to a PRETTY COLOR COMBINATIONS.
McDougal, Wednesday. ' Omar county in me last iwo years. &o rar summary maae puouc oy tne aepart
Stephena was chauffeur for thi par- warfare against the armies of tiny ment of commerce. Ten per cent
Mrs. A. A. Kimball and Mrs. Wil-
Mrs. Sarah Bowles has returned to
borers has been Ineffectual. more exports were shipped in foreign
The exceptional warmth of the water ships than in American vessels,
ployes were laid off.
Induced former Gcvernor Samuol W. daughter, Mrs. Le Grow,
her home in Seattle, after visiting her in Itogue river this year is keeping Of imports totaling $4,706,957,168,
tho fish from entering the river at foreign ships brought in $2,870,930,200
McCnll of Massachusetts to accept on Mrg R,iph B. McEwen and sons Gold beach, according to fishermen and American vessels $1,836,026,959.
Two hundred men cmployod In con
struction of tho Wlllamlna-Grand lliponiinent aa a member of the Uul- returned Wednesday evening from a who have lately returned from the Exports in foreign bottoms totaled
tod States tnrlff commission, it was summer's visit at Ncwberg and Port- mouth of the river. Many thousands $3,923,588,373, while in American ves
aniiounced at the White House. Mo- innd. of steelheada are reported to be ly- sels the total was $3,235,879,022.
Miss Thclma Kretzer, who has been Ing at the mouth of tbe river, but re- ' . '
Ronds railroad, a ten mllo feeder be
ing built from Wlllnmlna into the tlra
.ber districts west of there, are out c-ol) wag ,mmcd BS B recess appointee.
on strike for an eight-hour day ana
Tho Inland Highway association will
give a pitr.'.c at Manning, in Washing
ton county, August 18. The association
la advocating the building ot a state
employed during the summer at the fuse to come up the river on account pitched Ball Kills Cleveland Shortstop
Government Expenditures Heavy. local telephone exchange, will go to of the warm water. As soon as the New York. Ray Chapman, star
Washington. Government expendl- Eugene, where she will enter the Bible stream cools, one of the greatest runs Bj,ortstop of the Cleveland American
tnrea during September probably will University, with the object of taking of small steel heads and salmon ever i)ageBau team, died In a hospital hero
up nearly $900,000,000, It was esti- up social service work. experienced may be looked for, accord- ag tne reSUit 0f a fractured skull re-
iTited by tro.isury officials. Nearly Mi Lillian nrkinir. Athena hieh Ins to old timers on the river. ........ , ... v v v
L.-k... !..., ,nk mm.. Ttnnka CBIVeH 1U UIO gUIUB UKVB OCU UO WHO
highway through Forest orove, Banks, ,,vo ,,,.,,, of ,, gum w represent school girl, will go to Spokane where By resolutions adopted at Its session nU by a ba)1 tnrown Dy pitcher Carl
payments io rmiroaus. gno will enier ne opoicane vnnsuan in Astoria tne convention oi tne ure-
Jewel to Aatorla, University. gon State Editorial association pledged
Approximately 6,000,000 young Chi- Critically III. ? i.. lVf-PWri.. th hnrw. ita members to fiEht any attemnt to
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LWIR BU.H1U1. It. U 1U W vt. u liviu
Mays of the New York Americans.
The first report on Athena's con-
.. . , . ., . fir.u fhia twlr mirsnant to a call from establish the nonpartisan leaeue in
thA Klmknnlnfl river hftlcherv durtnR wr. AmasA i'luuips. aea lamer oi " ' J " ' . . . , . , . - MWUllww iU uv urcHU'
S" ml Mm. Chance Roger, and Mrs. F. D. the National Guard of which he is a Oregon It also condemned the 5 per fund wa3 niaile vesterday by P. s.
flh which ranVln le Watts, was Uken very seriously ill member, for a two weeks' training cent Interest bill, indorsed the north- Grow, cashier of the First National
to seven inchw iu I 2 turned Z Satunlay at the home of Mrs. Rogers, course at Camp Lewis. west rivers "-harbors convention. Bank. which showed the total to be
n lot. f aboul m 001 each Mr. Watts, who had left in the mom- Big six horse-teams and big six favored the establishment of printing $915.00. Since the report was made
J .... .. . " ..... Inir for McDoueal camn in the moun- mule-teams, assisted by trucks, are departments in the schools and urSed two 10 subscriptions have been adl-
...min.r f h.mks closlna tho doors tains, was called home on account of rapidly moving the Athena wheat congress to enact laws limiting the site ed to the list, bringing the total up
oMh. tanl TTokTvZ.!ll7l UtUT', crop from the fields to the ware- of the metropolitan paper, to 60 page, to $935.00. ;
Ground Sttppl StencU
Coat Cont Color
Whit Usht Rose Mdium.
Whits Light Gray Pull Blu.
Whits Light Warm Light Cobalt
Yellow Blu. Neutral
Light Gray Same Gray. Gray, Gray
a llttl dark- Q r n or
er Light Cobalt
Light Gray Light Blue Gray. Blu or
Light Gray Gren Light Gray.
Ivory - Olive Green Ivory or ,
Light Colo- Light Blu Neutral ,
nial Yellow Gray, Ivory I
Oold Bronae Dark Gren Light Warm
Drab, M. .
dlum Olive, I
Aluminum Bin Deht Blu.
Broni Light Ivory,
Ivory Tan Brown. '.
Burnt I'm. i
ber. Cream ',
Ivory Dark Brown Light Tan, 1
I Gray Drab
Butter Wraps at Leader shop.