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" i VISIT TO VALE
Colofiization of Vast Tract to Start
Fall Blast Eearly Next
W. P. Davidson, who is associated
with Louli W. Hill as owners of the
800,000 acres strip of land extending
from. Vale on west across the state,
paid Vale a short visit Tuesday.
II had come over the holdings
from Bend and was accompanied by
Engineer Biekel who is chief engin
eer of the Kohn interests in the Twin
Falls district, William Hanley of
Barns and Addison Bennett of Port
land. It is understood that Davidson and
Btckel were looking over some irriga
tion projects for the interior country.
They came along the Oregon East
ern right-of-way and said that rail
road operations were certainly mov
ing along rapidly. Hill and David
son expect to get their colonization
movement started in earnest next
FIEND ATTAGKS WOMAN
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Mrs. Barclay insists that her
assailant was a colored man, while the
neighbors say he was white.
The inside of the house shows sip ns
f terrible struggle. Mrs. Barclay
ays she offered the fiend all the
money in the place, which was refused,
hut was afterwards taken, except a
When the news reached the yards
very wheel was stopped as the men
crowded to Engineer Barclay eager to
help in every way possible.
A posse is out and there is every
probability of a lynching if the fiend
FIRST EIGHTY MILES OF
OREGON EASTERN TO BE
COMPLETED BY JANUAR Y
Corey Bros. Awarded Grading Contract of the Last
Stretch of the First Eighty Miles All Contractors
Rushing Work With all Speed
TAKEN AT HAYNES
Baker, Or., Aug. 14 A man sus
pected as the assailant of Mrs Will
iam Barclay, of Huntington, on Sun
day night, was arrested tonight at
Hains. He is not a negro but the
clothing and other details of discrip
tion tally. His dark complexion might
be mistaken for that of a negro. He
will be taken tomorrow to Hunting
ton for identification. He gave the
name of Alexander Stevens, but the
railroad ticket on his person was
made out to C. Stacey.
VISITS THIS CITY
Judge Will R. King, of Portland,
a former resident of this county, who
is the Democratic national committee
man for Oregon and the only western
member of the national Democratic
executive committee, was in Vale last
Monday and while here investigated
the political situation.
Judge King will have charge of
the Wilson campaign throughout the
Pacific coast states and is out early in
behalf of the progressive Democratic
nominee. Judge King is advocating
the organualion of Wilson clubs in
every county. However, the Judge
has not yet mapped out plans for the
Railroad grading in the Riverside
country is progressing with all speed
at the present time, the Corey Bros,
having just started a crew of labor
ers at mile post 80 at the edge of the
Duncan McRae ranch above Riverside.
All of the work for the roadbed
grading has been sublet from Vale
to Riverside and it is now given out
that all contracts call for the com
pletion of the Oregon Eastern road
bed to Riverside by Januarsy 1st.
Among the latest news concerning
the railroad contractors is the report
that the Corey Bros, have just
taken another contract for griding
from mile post 76 to mile post 80.
This is the furthest point of rail
road operation at the present time
in the interior country. The
Corev Bros, have just added a fine
bunch of horses and mules from Idaho
to their camps near Riverside.
MILLIONS OF YOUNG
The population of Oregon is to be
increased between 30,000,000 and 35,
000,000 this year, only the newcomers
r vounff salmon and not people.
That number of baby salmon will
be liberated into the Btreams or the
tste from the vaious hatcheries.
The fish, when released, will be
from five to eieht months old and are
expected to be able to fight their own
For sacka and twine see the Vale
Flour & Feed store"
Boswell Loses 150 Stands of
Bees Pole Creek Flume
Partly Washed out-Damage
Done to Main Canal
and Bridewell Dithes
Washout Canyon Roads
OUR FALL STOCK
Clothing arriving daily is bigger and better
than ever before
No experiment in buying Alexander clothes, clothes
that have stood the test for over 20 years, clothes that
have made Alexander famous, are now selling right
here in Vale at lower prices than ever before
High Art Clothes
$16.50 to $30.00
All-wool custom made clothes as good
as you buy in any general store in the
county for $15 to $25 we are selling at
$9.75 to $15
All guaranteed sani
tary made, different
from cheap clothes
made in sweat shops. Some suits sold
as high as $10.00, your choice now for
$5.00 per suit
Largest stock of men and boys shoes in Malheur coun
ty, nearly every man in the county is wearing a pair of
them, ask him about them. None better. Every pair
All-wool men's underwear at $2 per suit and up. Ev
erything in men's wear that you want, if you don't see
what you want ask for it, we have it.
W. J. Morrison of the Jamieson
country who was a Vale visitor on last
Saturday reported that hia section ol
the country had suffered a great deal
from the recent storms. Among the
heaviest loser is Chas. Boswell, the
bee man. who lost 150 stands of bees
The high waters not only washed away
some of the stands but smothered many
of the bees and the loss is estimated
at $2,500. The Boswell ranch is
located at the junction of the Pole and
Between 40 and 60 feet of flume of
the Pole creek reservoir werej washed
out, some of the main canal of the
Willow River project and ditches on
the Bridewell ranch were considerably
damaged by the high waters. Bad
washouts also occurred in the Canyon
OX FLAT TO BE
County Court Sets Septem
ber 17th as Date for
Election of Officers of
new Irrigation District
20,000 Acres to be Watered
September' 16th has been set by the
county court as the date when the
Dead Ox Flat irrigation district of
20,000 acres shall elect its board of
Ave directors and other officers.
After their election these officers
will set the exact boundaries of the
The water will be pumped on the
vast tract of land by electricity from
the district's power plant which is to
be erected on the Payette river. On
June 12 the government granted a
power site permit on the Payette to
W. F. Homan, cashier of the Ontario
National bank, who is looking after
the interest of the settlers under the
proposed irrigation project. Assoc
iated with Mr. Homan as members
of a committee to further the details
of the project are H. L. Poorman, A.
Jaquish, Henry Bier, C. F. Hagar,
Roy Kelley, and Willard Youst.
The power site granted by the gov
ernment is on the north and south
forks of Payette river and the plant
to be erected will generate rO.OOO
horsepower which can be transmitted
to the pumping plant on the Snake
River. The settlers expect to UBe
this power for lighting their houses
and barns, running of farm machine
ry, etc., as well as for pumping of
water on the 20,000 acre district.
This project ia located on the high
bench of the Dead Ox Flat and ex
tends along the Snake river for many
miles and ia "considered one of the
best sections of this part of Malheur
county. The highest lift required
will be 350 feet, and there will be one
or two outlets to irrigation ditches be
low the 350-feet limit, so that not
nearly all of the water for the 20,000
acrea will need to be lifted 850 feet.
Thia 350-foot lift will probably be the
highest water lift along the Snake
LAST SERMON BY
REV. C. L HELMAN
Leaves Monday U Attend Annual
Conference at Twin FallsTo
Yisit in Shoshone
Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Helman and
little daughter will leave on Monday
for Shoshone, Idaho, for, a week'
visit with their son and daughter,
before going on to Twin Falls where
they will attend the annual conference
of the Methodist churches of this dis
trict. Tomorrow, Sunday, will thus be
the last Sunday for Rev. Helman in
this city unless he is sent back by
PEOPLE YOU KNOW
GOING AND COMING
Of lnter.it to many people of this
rity will t the following items taken
from the Harney County N.ws llurns:
Mr. ! Mrs. 8. W. Could and
vhllJr.it were In from fckull h'tirings
the peat Mk to visit J, II, Ltfn
Mrs. (iuuld'a feller, ltu is an Invalid
al Ih. Ituiite t Ms daughter, Mrs. II,
a), Hof, Mr. liowl4 I'M wi t
lsrp-.l t'livtie liil-.Owtt iUMs in
Ike .late, ilusl4 UN w ). tf
KsmII H'ily !. ai teuylia; ewf-
How Would This Look ii
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We paid $350 for it. Yours for nothing. Want this piano? It belongs to the person receiving
the greatest number of votes in our FIRST VOTING CONTEST. Fill out the coupon below,
and nominate yourself, or a friend. It will cost you nothing, or the friend nothing.
Act Quickly, $1330 in Prizes, Five Lyon-Taylor Piano Prizes
First Prize To the person receiving the highest number of votes, a Lyon-Taylor
Upright Piano, worth $350
Second Prize A due bill for $260 to apply as payment on a Lyon-Taylor Piano
Third Prize A due bill for $250 to apply as above
Fourth Prize A due bill for $240 to apply as above
Fifth Prize A due bill for $230 to apply as above
Each candidate will have five chances to qualify for
a Piano Prize
How to Obtain Votes
Make your purchases at the Vale Tradirig Co's. store and get your friends to do
likewise. Every dollar purchased in general stock means 500 Votes.
Subscribe for the Malheur Enterprise and secure more votes for your candidate,
Every dollar paid for new or renewal subscriptions means 500 Votes.
VALE TRADING CO.
ficent water to irrigate 2,000 acres.
C. B. McConnell came down from
Emigrant a few days ago, returning
there next day. Mrs. McConnell
and the children are enjoying them
selves and will stay all month.
Mr. Hill, who came from Portland
to take a position in the Schwartz
store, retired at the beginning of the
month and he and Mrs. Hill went to
I iimii uiiim i mm i i mi I
The old friends of Miss Doyle, who
assisted Mrs. J. S. Edwards in this
city through the spring season, will
be pleased to know she has accepted
the position of trimmer, offered her
by the Sedgley firm, of Boise, and
will arrive there from Chicago Aug
Mr. and Mrs. Richard DeArmond
and Miss Irene DeArmond are enjoy
ing their vacation at the Payette
Lakes. They will be joined this
coming week by Misses Mary Glenn
and Mabel McLaughlin of this city.
Mrs. J. F. Dunaway entertained a
number of young ladies Thursday even
ing at her home in honor of Miss
Florence Dunlop who will leave on
next Tuesday to resume her studiesat
Stanford University, Falo Alto.Cal.
The evening was most enjoyably
pent in guessing contest and conver
sation after which the hobteh served
her guests with dainty refreshments.
Dr. S. II. Pinkerton, chief surgeon
of the Oregon Short Line, wss in
Vale the latter part of Utt wek in
his special car. It is understood that
railroad hospital may be t.Ubluh
Mr. Poeeelnten, a lail owner un.Ur
the Uully ( fk pr..jw,, arriw.l
'orllai4 yterlsy lu U4 ft,r ,,
('. K. (j, VtUlvr itUiir'nii
.Wi4.s iiaiw rM tti U.i.
! Iiip itt (Maiiv.
Mrs. Thatcher, a former resident
of this city, arrived in town from
Portland yesterday to look after prop
erty she owns under the Bully Creek
Big returns are being secured by
the ranchers of this scetion who are
threshing their grain crops.
Attorney A. N. Soliss was up from
Ontario yesterday on lega business.
George Gleason returned to thia
city the fore part of the week from
an extended trip to various Puget
J. M. Keeney went to Pendleton
Tuesday to look after his Urge sheep
ranch near that city.
Cashier Jas. Munro of the Firtt
National Bank has been on a business
trip to the Jordan Valley country the
Miss Freda Schlottman returned
from Brogan Thursday where she had
been spending a two weeks' vacation
with her parents.
Banker J. L. Gault of Burns visited
his friend, O. B. Smith yesterday in
this city. Mr. Gault is on his way to
Dr. Myers of San Francisco, sur
geon for the Utah Construction Com
pan, made an official visit to Vale
and Malheur canyon camps this week.
Immediately after securing a
license from County Clerk Frank L.
Morfitt on Tuesday, Naphl Kidma,
of Idaho and Miaa Emma Eastman
o( Ontario were united in marriage
by Justice of the Peace Wilson of
Sermona at the Christian church on
Sunday by Itav. Cook, "Theme for
morning service "What an llabrew
Maiden did lo liar Captors;" and the
theme for lha awning sermon will te
"The divinity ot ( hrl.t Home .
rmlts Tvtllmi.ny Kisinlned. " Holo
in lh morning Miaa Nul( (M.k and
t horuaLy Ur UM a l.iol rla.s l
aula u,h,u4 Ly the siiilre rUIri
In ll.a tva..!.,- Mlaa IWh BnJ Ur, f,
Mi fe'"Ul. Mill ing itufri,
Mert Thayer, W. M. Rose, Ji.
Lawrence, Saxon Humphery snd
Chaffeur Kessler left yesterdsy in ths
Kessler automobile for Ironside
where they will enjoy a three or four
days' fishing trip.
Hardwick, the jeweler and expert
watch maker, is located a few doon
north of the Bungalow . theater.
Better see him at once If that
watch doesn't keep the rightftiroe. Bs
carries a splendid stock of jewelrf
See his ad in another column.
SIXTY-ACRE ADDITION TO
TOWN IS PLATTED
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122 feet. The streets running esrt
and west through the addition ton
pond to those of the original towi
of Vale and are extensions of
blocks of the addition are '?"
the town aide of the railroad trsci.
The atreeta running north ano w
have been named Ash, OaK,
Naches, Clark. Smith. Wot IM
and Main the latter five W
siona of the atreets of the adjoint
Hadley addition. . 4.
The company owns boo
red more acres to the north or
first addition and platting of tk
addition will be taken u?
Thia tract was recently pu"ba
from the road land eompany.
Surveyor narrower came
In the company's automob.l i
Paisley where th.Northwe. ITJJ"
company ia Interested In W.
project besides an ddl"f,.
townslte ofPal.lay. According w
H.rrrower the b
of the best !?ii
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by V.l.'a rich 'bMU;;JJi, M
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