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HERMISTON, UMATILLA COUNTY. OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1927
SHOW PROMISES A
BIG EXHIBIT LIST
DAIRY
PARTRIDGE SHOOTING NOT
BRIG. GEN. F. R. McCOY
TO OPEN UNTO. SUNDAY
T h e open season on C hinese p h ea­
s a n ts w ill open S a tu rd ay , O ctober 1,
b u t H u n g a ria n p artrid g e » m ay not be
h u n te d u n til S unday, O ctober 2, ac­
co rd in g to in fo rm atio n from th e s ta te
gam e w arden. L ocal h u n te rs have
g en e ra lly ■ ta k e n it fo r g ra n te d th a t
th ey m ig h t safely sh o o t a p a rtrid g e
th e o p e n in g day, If th e y h ad an op­
p o rtu n ity , b u t th e law does not p er­
m it sh o o tin g th ese b ird s u n til S u n ­
day.
A fte r th e firs t d ay 's sh o o tin g S a t­
u rd a y , th e eaaon fo r phgusants an d
p a rtrid g e s w ill be th e sam e, each
W ednesday an d S u n d ay d u rin g th e
m o n th of O ctober.
SHOW BOARD EXPECTS
A NEW RECORD
Interest
in
15th
Annual
Event
Lively; 21 Jerseys t o l l s
Sold at Auction.
E x h ib its In a ll d e p a rtm e n ts of
th e H erm iston D airy and H og show
w ill be p le n tifu l, and q u a lity prom-
lses to keep up w ith volum e, ac­
co rd in g to predictions m ade by m em ­
bers of th e board as th e tim e for the
show , O ctober 7 and 8, approaches.
S ta te m e n ts m ade by farm ers a s­
su res a fu ll b a rn of d airy c a ttle.
In te re s t is keen in th e p o u ltry de­
p a rtm e n t, an d th e board added last
m in u te prem ium s to ta k e c are of
classes th a t had been overlooked.
P rizes for both W h ite L eg h o rn s and
P ly m o u th Ilock^ w ill be offered for
pens of fo u r p u llets and fo u r hens.
M any p o u ltry men g et rid of th e ir
cockerelg as quickly as possible and
h av e none to show In th e re g u latio n
pen of fo u r h en s o r p u llets w ith a
cockerel o r rooRter.
A special prize of five d o llars has
also been m ade possible for aw ard
fo r th e best tu rk e y tom. T he id en ­
ti ty of th e dorter w as not announced.
T h e exhibit» in th e w om en's de
p a rtm e n t w ill be displayed In th e
N ew port b u ild in g w est of th e track s
an d in thio sam e b u ild in g th e farm
p ro d u cts division w ill have its ex­
h ib its . B oth
d ep a rtm e n ts
expect
b ig lists.
Mrs. F. M. G uiw its has secured
th e asistance. of com m ittees in the
n e ig h b o rin g com m unities to g et ex­
h ib its . T hese com m ittees Include
th e follow ing: B oardm an, Mrs. Nick
F a le r an d Mrs. A. T. H eriem ; I r r i­
gon, Mrs. H arvey W alpo le; U m a­
tilla , Mrs. Ja c k C h erry ; Ste.nfield.
Mrs. W. C. Isom. A com m ittee of
w om en to w ork h ere w as nam ed some
tim e ago.
B ax ter H u tch iso n , su p e rin te n d e n t
of th e farm p roducts d ep artm en t,
ex p ects th e biggest display in th e
h is to ry of th e show.
T he A m erican Jersey C attle club
w ill have a special booth a t th e
ahow . P o sters w ill be on display,
a n d lite r a tu re g iv in g
in fo rm atio n
a b o u t th e bred w ill be given out.
T he au ctio n sale w hich is to be
h eld S a tu rd a y m o rning, b e g in n in g a t
10 o'clock, w ill see some w ell bred
p u rb re d c a ttle in th e rin g . Six
Je rse y bulls, fo u r young an d
tw o
ag ed , w ill be offered, and a b o u t 15
hekd of fem ale stu ff. A n u m b er of
hogs and sheep have also been listed.
P . P. S u lliv an w ill au ctio n th e sale.
T he show ing m ade la s t w eek by
th e football team a g a in s t U m atilla
is p re p a rin g local fan s fo r a reel
gam e S a tu rd a y a ftern o o n of th e fa ir
w h en H eppner'» stro n g team w ill be
h er» to m eet th e local g rld ste rs.
DRUGLESS SANITARIUM IS
ESTABLISHED BY DR. ROWE
Dr. and Mrs. D avid S. Rowe have
m oved in to th e S hotw ell house a t th e
e a s t en d of M ain stre e t. Dr. Rowe is
p la n n in g to estab lish a d ru g less sa n ­
ita riu m and chose th e S hotw ell house
because of its s u ita b ility fo r th e p u r­
pose.
L arg» porches and o utsid e screen ­
ed w ards, as w ell as a p riv a te so la r­
ium convinced Dr. Rowe t h a t th e es­
ta b lis h m e n t of th e sa n ita riu m w ould
be w elcome in th lg d is tric t. Mrs. J.
B. Cosgrove of A berdeen, W ash in g ­
to n , a re g iste re d nurse, h a s been en ­
gaged and w ill be in c h arg e of th e
p atien ts.
NEW POULTRY MEN
PLAN TO EXPAND
B rig . Gen. F. R. M cC o y, a p p o in te d
b y P re s id e n t C oo lidg e to s u p e rv is e
th e N ic a ra g u a n ele ctio n s in 1923.
TAYLOR AND SAWIN TO ADD TO
SIZE OF FLOCK
HRMISTON TAKES PRIZE
740 Pullets Raised This Year On
MONEY AT STATE FAIJ.t
Club
Members
Place,
Place West Of River W ill Be
Incomplete
Increased Next Year
Reports Show, and Honey
M r. an d Mrs. A lfred M ontgom ery
a re th e p a re n ts of a n e ig h t a n d a h a lf
pound g irl, b o rn S ep tem b er 17 a t th e
H erm isto n h o sp ital. Mrs. M ontgom ­
e ry re tu rn e d to h e r hom e in H o ld m an
th is week.
On th e road to th e go lf g ro u n d s on
th e S aw in lan d w est of th e riv er,
H u g h T ay lo r an d C h arles S aw in have
one of th » larg e p o u ltry p la n ts of
th e p ro ject an d a re m ak in g plan s for
its Im m ediate expansion. T h e place
is now devoted to W h ite L eghorns,
a n d th e flock of 740 p u llets is in
fin e sh ap e. T her« a re th re e ru n s 100
feet lo n g , g iv in g th e b ird s p len ty of
room an d forage in alfalfa.
T h e larg e house is clean, lig h t and
a iry , h a s a cem ent floor, and Mr. T ay ­
lo r an d Mr. Saw in a re m ak in g every
e ffo rt to bu ild th e ir flock up to th e
to p -n o tch . Mr. S aw in Is new in th e
p o u ltry gam e, b u t is g a in in g ex p er­
ience fa s t an d lik es th e business. Mr.
T a y lo r h a s h ad y e a rs of experience
in breeding.-and raisin g chicken» in
h is fo rm er hom e In Ohio.
i One fe a tu re of th e la y in g houses
is th e c a rp e tin g o f each nest w ith
b u rla p , w hich Mr. T ay lo r sayg he
fin d s m ore sa tisfa c to ry fo r y o u n g pul
lets, th e r» b eing les» d an g er of egg
b reak ag e th a n w ith stra w .
T h e ow n ers of th e flock a re m ak in g
p la n s to bu ild a n o th e r larg e house
d u rin g th e w in te r w ith a second
feed sto rag e room. N ex t y ear they
P lan to raise P ly m o u th Rocks for th e
ta b le m a rk e t, as w all as ad d in g to
th e ir L eg h o rn flock.
TEACHERS WELCOMED IN
AVERAGE FOOL PRICE ON
Gets Money.
H erm isto n h a s n ailed a n u m b e r <of
prize» a t th e s ta te fa ir a t Salem w ith
in trie s by local people, a c c o rd in g to
incom plete re p o rts received by th e
H erald.
In club w ork G erald H addox w o n
th ird place w ith h is reg istered H o l­
stein bu ll calf. C om petition
w as
tiff in th e class. ■ T h e prize
w as
$10. N at S to ck ard w on n in th w ith
h is y e a rlin g H o lstein , and Leo H a d ­
dox took te n th ;w ith h is y e a rlin g
H olstein.
J. D. H a rra h won firs t on com b
honey, a lfa lfa an d sw eet clo v er. J .
Skovbo w on firs t on e x tra c te d h oney,
a lfa lfa an d s w se t clover, a n d firs t
on G olden Ita lia n bees.
Mi's. W. G. R odda w on fo u rth
prize on an e x h ib it of food cooked
w tth honey a s a sw eietener. W . G.
R odda w on firs t on a flo ral d isp la y .
H is e n try consisted of 58 k in d s of
flo w ers m ounted on cardboard.
The Stork
RECEPTION FRIDAY NIGHT
SPUDS $37.80 THIS YEAR
T h e a n n u a l recep tio n to th e te a c h ­ Three Rivers Growers Reports on
e rs w ho w ill serve in H e rm isto n
Season’s Work; Local Man
schools th is y ear w as held in th e
school b u ild in g F rid a y n ig h t, Sept.
Beats Average
23. T eacher« from th e
C olum bia
an d M in n eh ah a d is tric ta w ere also j T h e av erag e pool re tu rn for early
(eluded in th e w elcome ex ten d ed b y 1 p o tato es Bhipped an d scld by th e
th e P a re n t T each er asso ciatio n an d T h re e R iv ers G ro w er
d u rin g th is season w as $37.80 p ar ton
it» frien d s.
J . H. Reid, p re sid e n t of th e asso­ acco rd in g to re p o rt fro m K ennew ick
cia tio n , acted as c h airm an fo r th e t h a t ha« been received by local m em ­
e v e n in g an d a f te r th e te a c h e rs h ad b ers of th e asso ciatio n . T h is price
re e n introduci d to th e g a th e rin g , p rev ailed on pools th a t inclu d ed 777-
called upon Mrs. H. M. S c h illin g to ton» in sacks, b u t did n o t include any
give th e ad d ress of w elcome. M r. tu b ers sold in lugs, acco rd in g to J.W .
C h erry responded on b ehalf o f th e M cM ullen w ho acted as local m a n a ­
te a c h e rs. Mrs. P a u lu of U m a tilla g e r for th e U m atilla P ro je c t G row ers
san g a g ro u p of so log and S h irley asso ciatio n .
Dr. P rim e sa n g an d w as accom panied
Mr. M cM ullen received an average
by Misfc S ty lor, w ho also acco m p an ­ of $45.70 per ton for h is own tu b ers,
ied Mrs. P au lu .
b u t th e y w ere all ship p ed early w hile
D eserving of special m en tio n w ere th e price w as stro n g e r. Ill» sh ip m en ts
th e d eco ratio n s, flow ers in th e h a ll w ere in pools of J u ly 7, 9, 12 an d 13.
an d asem bly room c a llin g fo rth m uch
S puds shipped la te r g en e ra lly sold
com m ent.
a t low er prices, be said.
THE FEATHERHEADS
but F elix - You have .
TO ADMIT IT'S F O M N Y /-
a man your age boast ­
ing OF WHAT A GOOD AIR,
PILOT MOO COULD 6£ - AMD/
them getting sick on A '
FOOTBALL TEAM IS
VICTOR IN OPENER
TURKEY GROWERS
JOIN IDAHO BODY
UMATILLA
ACTION TAKEN
DEFEATED
FRIDAY
21 To 0
Coach
Walenta's
Machine
Shows
Two
Speed and Stamina in
•
Friday’s Contest
CANS AND PAILS TO HOLD 140000
POUNDS OF HONEY PURCHASED
HERMISTON
Carloads
BEEKEEPERS
N o tw ith s ta n d in g a season th a t
g en erally h a g not been of b an n er pro­
p o rtio n s fo r honey production, m em ­
bers of th e U m atilla C ounty Bee­
k eep ers aseociatlon w ill ship vast
q u a n ltie s of th e p ro d u ct from H er­
m iston of th lg y e a r's crop.
R ecently a carload of cans and
p alls w as received, and th e co n ta in ­
ers In th e c a r w ill hold ap p ro x im ate­
ly 140,000 poundg of honey. In ad d i­
tion to th e sh ip m en ts mad« in th is
m an n er, a n appreciable volum e goes
from th e p la n ts of produceTg In glass
jar« for th e re ta il trade.
Th» carload of co tain ers cost ab ­
o u t $1600. Sizes and num bers of cans
an d p ails w ere as follow s: 1070 five
g allo n can s; 2450 10 pound p ails; 9-
900 5 g allo n pails; and 1100 2 1-2
pound pails.
Of th e 9000 5 pound pails, 7500
wer» of sp tcial design, m ade fo r tw o
producers. T he o rd er w as m ade by the
association for 16 beekeepers.
Rev. Hamrick R'mains
Rev. Sim pson H am rick, for th e past
y e a r p a sto r of th e M ethodist E pisco­
p al ch u rc h in H erm iston, w as re­
tu rn e d h ere for a n o th e r y e a r’s se r­
vice by a ctio n of th e conference last
week.
Sanitarium Patients
P a tie n ts a t Dr. R ow e’g sa n ita riu m
a r e Mrs. S ylvia N irschi of L exington
an d Mr. Goodwin of B oardm an.
Included
In Initial Signup y Flan to
G. N. RAILROAD WINS
$500,000 TAX COT
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Birds
T u rk ey grow ers of th e p ro ject a t
a special m eeting held last T h u rsd ay
evening in the H erm iston lib ra ry
voted to a ffilia te them selves w ith th e
Idaho T u rk ey G row ers C o-operative
association for m a rk e tin g purposes.
T he action cam e on a m otion made
by W alter B otkin, seconded by G il­
b e rt S m ith, a fte r th e m eeting had
bean addressed by Mrs. C. G. B risk
of Boise, secretary and g e n e ra l m an ­
ag er of th e Idaho concern, and L. R.
B reith au p t, economic specialist from
th e s ta te college.
The sig n a tu re s of seven big grow ­
F red S ta re k , fo rm e r d ire c to r o f the ers w ere secured T h u rsd ay evening,
W a r F in an ce co rp o ratio n , has been re p re se n tin g about 3600 tu rk e y s, or
nam ed
p reconvention
m a n a g e r fo r ap p ro x im ately tw o carloads, and all
fo rm e r G o vern o r F r a n k O. Lo w d e n of th e grow ers on th e p ro ject an d in
nearby d is tric ts w ill be interview ed
Illin o is .
in an e.'fort to m ake th e association
volum e ag big as possible. Th» pool
w ill be effective for th is y e a r’s m a r­
k etin g .
Tlie grow ers w ho affixed th e ir sig­
n a tu re s to co n tracts T h u rsd ay even­
in g included New Madden, elected as
W ashington, D. C. — The G reat tem porary ch airm an of th e m eetin g
N orthern railw ay won a sw eeping vic­ of grow ers a fte r th» addressea had
tory before the Uintcd S tales board 66*60 m ade; G, G. S m ith, Mrs. T ilden,
of tax appeals when th at tribunal re ­ W. A. S anders, F. L. Je w e tt, M. F.
duced back tax assessm ents on the McI’.ae an d W a lte r B otkin. G eorge
Jen k in s, a ss ista n t county a g en t, in­
road by about $509,000.
The com m issioner of Internal rev ­ troduced th e speakers and explained
enue had assessed the railw ay $877,- briefly th» n a tu re of th e m eeting.
“ You have a p e rfe c t tu rk e y coun­
043 in back taxes for the years 1917,
1918 and 1919, but the tax hoard ruled try on th is p ro ject,” w as th e w ith u s l-
th a t only about $100,000 was due th t aotic com m ent by Mrs. B rin k In open­
ing h er ta lk . ‘‘I hav» h a d m y eyes
governm ent.
The board decided In favor of the opened by w h a t I w as able to see in
railw ay in the larg est issue involved, the sh o rt tim e th is aftern o o n we wer»
th a t of com puting income of interesi able to g et o u t to th e farm s.
“ You have ru n n in g w ater, shade,
on seenritfes held which failed to pay
dividends. The revenue bureau had sandy soil th a t is a big help in fig h t­
assessed the line on a block of Spo­ ing disease«, and lot» of su n sh in e. I
kane, P ortland & S eattle stork and w as am azed to find th e irstn b er of big
o th er tran sp o rtatio n lines’ stock, hut flocks you have. In Idahg, w hile th e re
the board held th a t no acsessm ent are sora« gro w erg in th e business on
was possible as the securities have the scale of your la rg e st grow ers, the
failed to pay dividends.
average size of flocks 1» m uch sm a ll­
The governm ent won several points er. W e saw a coupl» of flocks con­
a t issue when the board decided the ta in in g 1000 birds each an d o th e rs
railw ay could not deduct from taxable th a t w ere alm ost as la rg e .”
income $422,677 as necessary expenses
T h e Idaho co-operative h as grrtwin
for operating construction trains and from a m em bership of 14 in 199*
transporting workm en, and another w henthred an d a h a lf carlo ad s of tu r ­
$4587 which the road paid In penalty key» were pooled a n d sold an d sold,
as a resu lt of violating federal sta ­ to ap p ro x im ately 1500 m em berg a t
tutes.
prepent w ith th e ra n k s b eing con­
s ta n tly Increased, th e sp eak er said.
In 1926, 46 carload« of b ird s w ere
FARMERS ARE DEPUTIZED
sold at an a v erag e price of 44 3-4
FOR HUNTING SEASON DAYS | cents. T he form ing of th e association
canie as a re su lt of th e d issa tisfa c ­
At th e request of the U m atilla P ro ­ tion on th e p a rt of a gro u p of Idaho
ject F arm b u reau, S h eriff Cooking- housew ives over th e prices th ey re ­
ham h as deputized about a dozen fa r­ ceived for th e ir birds, sh e said.
m ers on th e project to serve d u rin g
F elling costs do not exceed a h alf
th e h u n tin g season. T he farm o rg a n ­ cen t per pound. The b ird s a re often
ization recen tly decided to ask for ex­ tak en by one large buyer, an d th e fi­
tr a deputies in an e ffo rt to control nancial r a tin g of th» w in n in g bidder
d ep red atio n s d u rin g th e period when is alw ays carefu lly in v estig ated be­
foreign h u n te rs a re in the fields.
fore th e deal lg closed. Bales u su ally
R ep o rts have been m ade by f a r ­ a re made N ovem ber 3 an d a g a in De­
m ers w ho have lost livestock as a re ­ cem ber 3 so delivery can be m ade to
s u lt of accidents or carelessness in ««stern m ark ets before T h an k sg iv in g
previous yeans, and th e action in and C hristm as.
h av in g special dep u ties m ade was to
M em bers receive n o tificatio n by
p rev en t a recu rren ce of such acci­ postal cards as to the d a te w hen they
d en ts a n d losses.
w ill be req u ired to deliver th e ir t u r ­
keys. T he association has a skilled
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Je n k in s left g rad er a t each receiving p o in t and a
S atu rd ay for W illam ette valley c it­ clerk to aid In checking on paym enta.
ies. Mr. Je n k in s w ent to th e s ta te T he grow er« receive th e ir money the
fa ir a t Salem to look a fte r local ex­ sam e day th ey d eliv er th e ir birds.
h ib its In club w ork, and Mrs. J e n ­
k in s w ill visit in P o rtlan d .
.C o n tin u ed on page tw o )
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of
Be Used This Year
H erm iston won its fleet gam e of
th e football season last F rid ay by de­
fe a tin g U m atilla by a score of 21 to
0 on th e U m atilla field.
U m a tilla ’s men had H erm iston out
w eighed, but to no ad v an tag e. The
gam e wag on ice u n til th e last few
m inute» of th e first h a lf w hen H er
m iston broke up one of U m atilla’s
p u n ts on th e ir 30 yard line. W ith
few line sm ashes and an end ru n H er­
m iston scored, N ewell ta k in g th» ball
acrogg fo r th e touchdow n and also
for the e x tra point. H erm iston scored
ag a in In th e th ird and fo u rth q u a r
ters, K ennlngg co n v ertin g and N ew ­
ell ru n n in g the ball across fo r the
e x tra points.
H e rm isto n ’s line stood up like t
sto n e w all, and U m atilla did not of
f e r a scoring th re a t once. Coach W a­
le n ta 's men w orked to g e th e r well.
G eorge F e tz e r’ biggest th re a t» were
W ard and Thom pson w ho proved to
be speedy and h ard tacklers.
Coach W a le n ta ’g "g rass d r ill” pro­
duced resu lts, all of th e boys fin ish ­
in g th e gam e in good condition. A ft­
e r th is w eek’s tra in in g w ith a few
new playg th e local g ang w ill go to
K ennew ick, determ ined to keep the
sla te clean.
T he lin eu p for the locals w as as
follow s; G riggs, cen te r; L. E arn -
h e a rt and U pham , g u ard s; Davis and
R obinson, tack les; G. P arso n s and
S m ith , en d s; K ennings, q u a rte r;
N ew ell, fu llb a c k ; M cKenzie and E.
H am m ond, halves. A ddlem an, D.
P arso ns an d F elthouse g o t in to action
in th e fin a l q u a rte r.
BY
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