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HERMISTON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 19?8
SURVEY OF FARMS
FINISHED RY PAIR
MRS. CALVIÑ COOLIDGE]
RECOMMENDATIONS MADE AS TO
POLITICS 6ET ON
CENTER OF STAGE
SEVERAL
OFFICES
SOUGHT
BY
INCREASING INCOME
RIVALS THIS YEAR
Poultry M anagement Demands to be
D istrict A ttorney Job and Office of
Developed in Some D etails,
Sheriff A ttract Two Men
Jenkins Declares.
Among Republicans
TURKEY FLOCKS ON THIS
PROJECT START ON LAY
R eports from tu rkey raisers are
th a t th e birds have sta rted la y in g
a t a liv e ly rate, and th e eg g s pro­
duced are b ein g in cu b ated as rapid­
ly as th ey accu m ulate.
More a r tificia l in cu b ation w ill be
tried th is year in the tu rk ey bu sin ess
than ever before, reports in d icate.
Som e tu rk ey raisers w ho la st year
depended on ch irk en 8 and tu rk eys to
hatch the eg g s w ill p lace m ost pf
th eir eggs in m achines th is year.
A oth er week w ill see som e o f the
fir st eg g s incub ated hatch ed .
NO. 28
CLEAN UP IN HERMISTON
A SUCCESS LEADER SAYS
CLAUDE R. PORTER
‘LAME DUCK’ BILL
DEFEATEDJN HOUSE
ALIEN PROPERTY
BILL BECOMES LAW
BRIEF GENERAL NEWS
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DAY FOR WORK
Town Transformed by E fforts in Re­
Som e c h a n g e s in m an agem en t are
T he p o litic a l situ a tio n in U m atilla
desirable in order to b rin g up gross
cou n ty h as developed d u rin g th e past
(arm incom e o n irrigated tarnig in
tw o w eek s and now d iscloses sev era l
th e area b etw een Boardm an on the
ca n d id a tes w ho are a c tiv e ly at work METHODIST CHURCH WILL
w e st and S ta n fie ld on th e east, ac­
over th e cou n ty, m e e tin g voters and
cord in g to c on clu sion s reached by R.
BE SCENE OF INSTITUTE
tr y in g to a sc e rta in sen tim en t. Som e
S. B esse, farm m an agem en t sp ec ia l­
of th ose w ho h ave file d and the of
is t o f th e sta te college, and George H
Dr. Andrews of Salem to Lead In
fice s so u g h t are as follow s:
J e n k in s, a ss is ta n t cou n ty a g e n t, fo l­
C. Z. R an d all, P en d leto n , ca n d i­
lo w in g v is its to farm s in th e area
Work for Three Days In
date for th e rep ublican n om in ation
w h ere sp ecial su rveys are b ein g con­
for d istr ic t a tto rn ey .
Hermiston Church,
ducted.
C. C. P roeb stel, P en d leto n , in cu m ­
Of th e 11 farm s chosen for th e su r­
This new photograph of Mrs. Calvin bent, ca n d id a te for th e rep ublican
A Sunday school lnB titute w ith Dr.
v e y th is year, every one carried som e
Coolidge
is one of the few profile n om in ation for d istr ict attorn ey.
A ndrew s of Salem as th e c h ie f sp eak­
cow s, th ou gh on tw o of th e ranches
R. T. B row n , presen t co u n ty clerk ,
er w ill be held at th e
M ethodist
o n ly tw o cow s each w ere found, and views which she has approved and
can d id ate for th e rep u b lican n o m in a ­
Episcopal church on F rid ay, S atu r­
on 10 of th e 11 farm s, a flock of permitted to be given to the press.
tion to su cceed h im self.
day and Su nd ay o f th is w eek , accord­
ch ick en s w a8 found. The av era g e size
H. B. R ees, S ta n fie ld , c an d id ate
in g to an an n ou n cem en t by the pas­
o f d airy cow herds w as 9.5 cow s, and
for th e rep ublican n om in ation
for tor, Rev. S. H am rick.
Claude R. Porter of Iowa, who was
th e average o f th e ch ick en flo ck s w as
cou n ty recorder.
F riday n ig h t’s program w ill have recently appointed a member of the
434.
T he num ber of cow s ranged
C. E. G raham , P en d leton , c a n d i­
a v a riety o f su b jects for con sid era­ interstate commerce commission.
from a m axim um of 20 head, found
d ate for th e d em ocratic n om in ation
tion . Dr. A ndrew s w ill ta lk on the
on one ranch, dow n to a m inim um
for c o u n ty recorder. H e is now
topic, “T he E v a n g e listic V alu es of
of tw o head, found on tw o ranches.
se r v in g in th a t capacity.
W ashington, D. C. — The W hite-
Our T ea ch in g P rogram .” O ther su b ­
T he
ran ge in
size of
chick en
R. T. C ook in gham , now sh e r iff
je cts th a t w ill be treated
inclu de
flo ck s ran from a m axim um o f 1116, N orris constitutional am endm ent to
elected as an ind ep en d en t, is seek in g
“ S u nd ay School Stan dards,"
and
found on one ranch, to a m inim um abclish “lam e duck” se ssio n s of con­
the rep u b lican n om in ation for th at
“ The V alu e o f the Story in T each ­
o f 154, found on one ranch. T he to t ­ gress and change the presidential in­
o ffice.
in g R e lig io n .”
al num ber o f ch ick en s on th e 10 out augural date was rejected by the
T. B. G urdane, P en d leton , form erly
house.
The topic for d iscu ssion Saturday
o f 11 farm s su rveyed w as 4 .7 7 1 . The
W ashington, D. C.— P resident Cool­
c h ie f o f p olice th ere, r ec en tly te le ­
The vote w as 209 to 157, w ith two
aftern oon w ill be “ 'The A im s and idge signed the alien property bill.
to ta l num ber of cow s on 11 farm s
graphed from Los A n g ele s th a t h e is
m em bers answ ering present.
This
O bjectives of Our Sunday S ch ool.”
w a s 103.
The president m ade no com m ent on
a c an d id ate for th e rep u b lican nom i­
T he aftern oon program w ill also in ­ signin g the bill, although he w as rep­
A verage produce sold per h en from w as 36 votes le s s than the two-thirds
n ation for sh e r iff. H e has been in
clude p arties and h ik es for prim ary resented as being d issatisfied with
a ll of the flo ck s w as 33.04. T h is in ­ n ecessary for approval of constitution­
C aliforn ia for several w eek s w h ere
and Ju n ior pu pils In th e Sunday certain riders attached to It which
cluded eggs, cock erels and cu ll hens. al am endm ents.
he and C. L. L ieu a lle n w e n t fo llo w ­
The am endm ent sought to change
school.
It did n ot in clu d e p ou ltry
produce
raised the salaries o f leg isla tiv e
in g th e ir cap tu re o f W illia m Edw ard
T hree services w ill be conducted drafting clerk s and certain treasury
ea ten by th e fa m ilies. T he ran ge of the m eeting date of con gress from H ickm an.
Sunday. In th e m orn in g at 11, Dr. officials.
incom e per hen ran from a m axim um March 4 to January 4. T his would
R. E. B ean , F reew a ter, ha8 a n ­
A n drew s w ill speak on th e them e,
of ,4 .2 8 in on e flock o f 325 birds have abolished the “lam e duck" se s­
The bill, now law , provides for se t­
nou
nced
as
a
can
d
id
ate
for
cou
n
ty
"The E xam ple, ° f -lesug as a T each ­ tlem ent of claim s resultin g from
dow n to a m inim um of ,2 .6 7 from a sion s of con gress or those in which
on
th e
rep ublican
sit m em bers who w ere defeated at com m issioner
er.” D u rin g th e a ftern o o n services Am erican seizu re of alien property
flock th a t inclu d ed 500 hens.
tick et to su cceed h im self.
To conform w ith
q u estio n s w ill be answ ered, a n d ,c o n ­ during the war. It provides full pay­
The avera g e o f sa le s o f d airy pro­ earlier elections.
J.
S,
N
orvell,
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elix
,
h
as
announced
sid eration w ill be paid th e w orld's m ent o f claim s of le ss than ,100.000,
d u cts per cow on a ll th e 11 farm s thia change the resolution proposed
as a c an d id ate for th e rep ublican
co n v en tio n in Los A n g ele s in Ju ly and in claim s above that am ount, for
w as ,1 2 3 .4 0 . T h is did not Include to have the president take office Janu­
n om in ation as rep resen ta tiv e, an o f­
and th e w ork o f the O regon Council 80 per cen t paym ent now and the re­
d airy
produ cts consum ed on
the ary 24, instead of M arch 4.
fic e to w h ich he w as elected
tw o
o f R e lig io u s E du cation .
farm s. T he h ig h e st average return
m ainder later. It authorizes paym ent
years ago.
Sunday e v en in g Dr. A n drew s w ill of ,100,000,000 for seized German ves­
per cow w as ,2 0 2 from a herd of six
T he w e st end of th e cou n ty
to
.ve as h i8 su b ject, "The Im port­ sels, but only ,50,000,000 of this can
a n im als, and th e low est retu rn of
date has o n ly one can d id ate in the
ance of the F a m ily in th e R e lig io u s be paid th is year.
Franklin Mott Gunther of Virginia
sa le s per cow w as on one of th e farm s
field for an y e le c tiv e office, H. B.
G uidance of C hildhood and Y o u th .”
w h ere o n ly tw o cow s w ere kept. Mr. w as nom inated by P resident Coolidge
The bill provides for the Imm ediate
R ees o f S ta n fie ld , w h o is a candid ate
Rev. H am rick said th a t th e public return of 80 per cen t of the German
J e n k in s p oin ted ou t th a t th is low f ig ­ to be A m erican m inister to Egypt.
for recorder. T here h as been som e
property, the rem aining 20 per cent
F ire sw ep t through the bu sin ess d is­ ta lk of a can d id ate for c o u n ty com - w ill be w elcom ed at th e session s.
ure w as due to th e fact th a t th e per­
to be retained until settlem en t of
c en ta g e o f hom e consu m ption o f dair- trict of Phoenix, Ariz., destroying m lssion er from
th., w e st end of th e
claim s by Am erican citizen s resultin g
y produ cts w a s greater in th e fam ily three buildings and causing an e sti­ county.
CLUB MEMBERS TO MEET
from the world war. A ustrian and
w h ere tw o cow w ere kept th an w here m ated loss of ,250,000.
The Honduran congress ratified a
WITH LEADERS TUESDAY H ungarian properties under the bill
20 w ere kept.
SCHOOL BOARD WANTS ASHES
would be returned when th ose coun­
Labor incom e, the m oney rem ain ­ treaty of friendship,~ com m erce and
T he sch ool board h as been a sk in g
in g to th e farm operator a fter p ayin g consular p rivileges betw een the U ni­
A m e e tin g o f lead ers o f b oys’ and tries m ake arrangem ents for Am eri­
property, ow ner« for a sh es th a t are g ir ls ’ clu b w ork w ith th e m em bers can claim s paym ent.
op era tin g e x p en ses and c h a r g in g in ­ ted S tates and Honduras.
The wedding o f M iss N an cy Ann u n m ixed w ith can s and oth er trash of th eir clu b s to perfect u n it organ ize
te re st on th e in v e stm e n t, depreciation
and sim ila r item s, averaged ,7 7 4 .6 0 . M iller of Seattle, W ash., and the ex- for use on th e grou n d s at the b u n g a - 1 tio n s and start on th e se a so n ’s work
T he ash es w ill ! w ill be held n ext T uesd ay even in g
T he m axim um in th e su rv e y
w as M aharajah of Indore will be held next low sch ool houses.
,1 8 7 8 , and th e m inim um w as a m inus Saturday at the latter's resid en ce at be d istrib u ted over th e grou n d s and a t 8 o ’clock at th e h igh school, ac- House Irrigation C em m ittee Backs
packed to m ake a m ore sa tisfa c to ry ¡cord in g to p lan s perfected la st n ig h t
,1 9 8 .
In oth er w ords, on e farm er Darya Mahal.
Bill for Federal Developm ent.
Trading on the N ew York stock ex­ su rface th an th e presen t one. The at a m e e tin g of leaders at th e hom e
lack ed ,1 9 8 of h a v in g an y labor in ­
W ashington, D. C.— The house irri­
com e at all. On fiv e farm s th e labor change Friday of last w eek se t a board w ill pay for the h a u lin g of th e o f E. L. Jackson , project club leader, gation com m ittee reported the Sum ­
incom e o f th e operator ran betw een record for the year in volum e and was ash es if property ow n ers w ill n o tify j W. A. H olt, cou n ty a g e n t, G. H. m ers bill to provide for federal de­
exceed ed only once in history. Sales F. B. S w ayze, ox o th e r m em bers o f J en k in s, a ssista n t cou n ty a g en t, and
,1 ,0 2 4 and ,1 8 7 8 .
velopm ent of the Columbia basin pro­
Som e of th e con clu sion s th at may totaled 3,678,100 sh ares, com pared th e board, th a t th e a sh es are a v a il­ H. K. D ean, su p erin ten d en t o f the e x ­ ject in the P acific n o r th w est
be draw n from th e su rvey stu d y , a c ­ w ith the record m ade March 3, 1926, able.
perim ent sta tio n farm , m et w ith the
Action w as taken without a record
leaders.
c o rd in g to Mr. Jen k in s, are a« fo l­ o f 3,873.700 shares.
vote, but Chairman Sm ith announced
E xactly 14 hours out o f M itchell
lo w s:
“On acco u n t of th e years of succ that the m easure was approved prac­
Arm Is Fractured
essfu l ex p erien ce you fo lk s In th is tically unanim ously. He said that pre­
G reater v o lu m e of production per field, Charles A. Levine, W ilm er A.
A
nn
Som
m
erer,
d
au
gh
ter
of
Mr.
farm is n ot o n ly d esirable but ne­ Stu ltz and M iss Mabel Boll landed at
j d istrict h a v e had In c lu b w ork, and ceding approval the com m ittee had re­
and Mrs. H en ry Som m erer, su ffered
cessary, p a rticu la rly in th e pou ltry th e Camp Colum bia flyin g field, H a­
because o f th e e n th u sia sm th e boys jected an am endm ent sponsored by
a
fr
a
ctu
r
e
o
f
her
arm
a
t
Colum
bia
vana, in the fam ous trans-A tlantic
bu siness.
and g ir ls d isp lay, th e rest o f the h im self proposing further in vestiga­
sch ool la st T hu rsday w h en she fe ll
G reater
a tte n tio n to d e ta ils
of m onoplane Colombia. It w as the first
cou n ty looks forw ard to a year of tion of the project.
from a p latform w h lle at play.
She
m an agem en t in p ou ltry r a is in g m ust non-stop fligh t betw een N ew York and
w on derfu l r esu lts in th e H erm iston
The chairm an added that the com ­
w as tak en to P en d leton a fter th e a c­
be given . T he average sa le 8 should Cuba.
country," C ou nty A gen t H olt said.
m ittee in substance approved an
c id en t, and th e fractu re w as reduced
be raised from ,3 .0 4 to a t lea st four
Leaders and th e clu b s they w ill am endm ent which has been offered to
C. F. H u ff o f D u fu r w as h ere th e yesterd ay by Dr. Sears.
d ollars per bird, he said, in order
head th is y ear are as follow s:
the sen ate bill by Senator Borah, re­
fo r th e producer to have a p rofit th at fir st o f th e w eek as a g u e st a t the
E. D. M artin, sh eep ; R oy S u llivan , publican, Idaho, to protect the in­
hom e o f h is u n cle, W . A.
Sloan.
A m e e tin g of th e N eighborhood corn; J W . M cM ullen, H olstein c alf; te re sts of his state.
J u stifies h is in v estm en t and labor.
C loser c u llin g o f pou ltry flo ck s to W h ile h ere he sp en t som e tim e look­ club has been c a lled to be held at the Ix>ren Jackson , p otato club; W alth er I
F S. Beddow , form er project re­
e lim in a te non -produ cers m ust be fol- in g around. H e expressed a lik in g clu b hou se OD th e aftern oon o f March O tt, J ersey c a lf clu b; N ew M adden,
for th e H erm iston cou n try and c li­ 23, a cco rd in g to a telep h o n e m essage p ou ltry; M. T. M atott, rabbit club; sid e n t, now liv in g in P en d leton , w as
C on tln ued on page tw o )
m ate and may locate here.
received by T h e H erald yesterd ay.
John Jen d rzejew sk l, p ig club.
a v isito r in H erm iston yesterday.
THE FEATHERHEADS
ARMY OF MEN AND BOYS TAKE
m oving W eeds, Leaves, and
Rubbish.
H erm iston w as invaded yesterd ay.
The h ost th a t m arched in on th e
tow n w as arm ed w ith rakes, hoes,
sh o v els and p itch fork s, and its ob­
je ctiv e w a8 accu m u lated w eeds, old
leaves, trash and Junk. The com ­
m ander o f th e arm y w as H . E. H itt,
chairm an of th e com m ercial club
gen eral com m ittee, w h ich a lso In clu­
ded H. T. F raser and Dr. F. V. P rim e.
Boy S cou ts under th e com m and of
W alter W arner, sev en th grade te a ch ­
er and on e of th e o ffic e r s of th e local
troop proved very e ffe c tiv e as a “ mop
ln g up” force and w ere praised by
C hairm an H itt for th e ir w ork.
F o llo w in g up the arm y w as H. A.
P ankow , local tran sfer m an, w hose
truck gath ered and
hau led
aw ay
seven loads o f trash and Junk dur­
in g the course of th e day. H e e s t i­
m ated th a t at lea st e ig h t m ore loads
w ill be hau led aw ay before th e Job
is fin ish ed .
" It’s th e best clean -u p day w e have
ever had in th e h isto r y of th e tow n ,"
Chairm an H itt said. ’’C o-operation
w as not n early 100 per cen t e f fe c t­
ive on th e part o f local bu sin ess
h orses, bu t th e w orkers w h o w ere
out w ith th e aid o f th e B oy S cou ts
succeeded in don g a fa ir ly good job.
The c ity cou n cil h a s au th orized
a
lim ited am oun t for to llo w -n p ,yprk,
so w e ex p ect to see th e Job d on s very
sa tisfa c to r ily .”
A lit t le su rp rise w as staged
for
th e B oy S cou ts at th e noon hour In
the form o f a lun ch , fu rn ish ed by
th e com m ercial clu b.
T he boys su c ­
ceeded In co n su m in g th e fo llo w in g :
H ot dogs to th e num ber of 120,
fiv e dozen d ou gh n u ts, six dozen m ap­
le bars, tw o and a h a lf dozen buns,
seven loaves of bread and six g a llo n s
of lem onade.
The e ffo r ts of th e arm y w ere
c h iefly sp en t on property a lo n g th e
h ig h w a y , p a rticu la rly on vacan t lots
th a t had grow n up to w eeds, but co­
op eration on th e part o f p rivate pro­
perty o w n ers in th e resid en tia l d is­
tr ic t in all se c tio n s o f tow n
w as
very g r a tify in g , C hairm an H itt re­
ported.
LAMB FEEDING CONCLUDED
AT EXPERIMENT STATION
The period o f fe ed in g at th e H er­
m iston E xp erim en t sta tio n on th e a n ­
nual e xp erim en tal w ork w ith lam bs
w ill be conclu ded today, and the
lam bs w ill be shipped S atu rd ay e v e ­
n in g to P ortlan d for sa le
on the
m arket th ere M onday m orning, ac­
cord in g to Pupt H. K. Dean.
D ata con n ected w ith th e te sts th is
y ear have not been fu lly tabu lated
y et, but en ou gh fa c ts In regard to
th e o p eration s are kn ow n to Indicate
th a t th e op era tio n s for th e season
have been a fin a n c ia l su ccess, Supt.
D ean said.
N. R. M ueller has retu rn ed to H er­
m iston a fte r a b u sin ess trip o f se v ­
eral w eek s th at took him
to N ew
York, B altim ore, W a sh in g to n and
o th er eastern c itie s. H e p lan s to re­
m ain here d u rin g th e crop season to
look a fter h is in terests.
Featherhead Contributes His Opinion!
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