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SAtUUDAY, MARCH G, 1920,
MALHEUR ENTERPRISE, VALE, OREGON
RUTH ST. DENIS
MOST BEAUTIFUL DANCING ATTRACTION
Before PUBLIC Today
Tickets on Sale, Monday, Mar. 15th, Cutting's
Drug Store, Weiser, Idaho
BE SURE TO SECUREYOUR SEATS EARLY
PHONE 19 We Will Hold Your Scats Until
8:00 P. M. Night of Show
Prices $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 plus war tax
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS ITEMS OF VALE ij
A. J. Howard, rancher of the Bro-1 C. F. Ferrell, who has a ranch j Bill and Ross Thomson returned
pan section, was in Vale the first in the Big Bend section, was in Valero their ranch on the Owyhee this
of the week attending to business, j Wednesday looking after business ! week after spending several days in
Rev. W; J. Luscombe was up from affairs. He states that spring work, town visiting their parents and buy
Ontario Saturday afternoon and. is under way in his section andiing supplies.
called at the Enterpise office. I another big year of crops is looked Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Davis of
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Weant were for. - Brogan were business visitors over
V. IlicKox and E. M. Dean were 1 night in Vale the first of the
'ale Wednesday in connection j week.
week. I with farm bureau work and other Miss Maunne Jones was a visitor
i J. A. Kennedy, Brogan merchant, busines matters. in Ontario the first of the week,
was in Vale last Saturday on bust- Mrs. Frank Foster of Ontario Mrs. G. F. Wildhaber and baby son
ness. passed through Vale Tuesday on her j and mother, Mrs. Berry, left the first
Alva Highsmith, who is teaching 'way to the interior. j of the week for Portland to consult
at Drewsey, was in Vale last week J- Minoughan spent a few days in: a specialist for the baby,
end and stopped at the Arlington Vale this week from Malheur. Elmer Haw was down from his
while here. Carol Mansur was n Ontario visitor : ranch at Jamieson for several days
James T. Becker and family of Tuesdqy of this week. jlast week end.
Westfall were in Vale Saturday.
.! t . Aiu till a, AV. t t-u i w . . . .
week end visitors at the home of Mr. V. V
ftnd Mrs. I. C. Weant in Boise last! in Va
Puf Tour Little Want Ada Where People Look for Them
Price ia V,i cent a word per week; advance payment required.
Minimum charge 25 centa. .25 centa extra for illustrated brand
FARM BARGAIN COUNTER
Produce. Implement, Live Stock Offer
MULES: Four Pack Mules for
Sale. Inauire at once. Ttv Momma
iVale, Oregon, R. F. D. 14f4tp
5 and 6 yard
We want our custo-
T mors to take advan-
T tage of these rare
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II. N. Stickney, stockman of the
Watson section, was in Vale several
days this week transacting business.
Nathan Alexander of Boise was in
Vale the middle of the week on busi
ness connected with the local store.
E. E. Kendell and Chas. Hinman ! chanRe8 Po8itionfiMrs. Ncllie
were among those registered at the , fc k k u work ,n
News Brevities of Local Interest
FOR SALE : Sage brush rake,
grubber, plow and Holt Land Leveler
for 76 horse power caterpillar. In
quire H. J. Lorentzen, Field Sup't,
Eastern Oregon Land Company, On
tario, Ore. f28tf
BULL FOR SALE: Good Red
Durham, coming two vears old.
Write or phone Wm. Peuts, Nyssa,
We sell for cash
can offer you
David F. Graham, cashier of the
Juntura bank, was in Vale last week
en deri route from Ontario where he
had been attending to business and
also attending the Rpublican rally
there early in the week.
Mrs. Kate Molloy of Jordan Val
ley -was-- shopping in Vale a few
days the latter part of the week.
DaVe Turner of Nyssa was among
those registered at the Arlington last
Vale Mansur, who has been working
as shipping clerk for the Swift com.
On Staff Miss Lois King this
week became a member of the Enter
of the Vale Trading prise office force, on circulation and
Miss Ruby Wilson of news work.
Brogan took her place at the City
AU Kinds of Pastries The City
Bakery and Electric Cafe can supply
any quantity of home made pastries,
cakes, pies, doughnuts, cookies,
bread and fancy pastries.
From Waitaburg Mr. and Mrs.
Otto H. Petrich and son, George,
arrived from Waitsburg, Washington
this week and will make their home
Vale. Mr. Petrich is a landscape
Interior Improvements Calcimin
ing and redecorating of walls at the
Vale Saddlery store the past two
weeks has given a brand-new appear
ance to the store interior. Among
I ' ' " 1U1 UIO-
1'in.v wuriv are a numoer 01 window
display forms for showing ladies
and mens' shoes to better advantage.
Building Garage A. E. McGilli-
vray is erecting a garage at his re
sidence in the west section of town.
gardner of many years experience. ! ' A." Melton is the carpenter on the
i Rpfiiraa From Show H. E. Sneith job.
pany at Boise, is expected home this rcturncd from Portland a few days Baby Girl The arrival of an eight
ago where he took in the auto pound baby girl at the home of
show. "It was sure some show" j Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Boyd of Vale.
Warmsprings Dry Goods Store
BALGEMAN & BURBIDGE.
THE PLACE TO EAT
Electrically cooked meals pre
pared with careful attention and
best home cooking
Meals Served at All Hours
our Waffles and Maple Syrup are famous
Bread and Pastiies
Cakes, Cookies, Doughnuts, Fancy Pastries
,Candy, boxed or bulk, Fruit and Nuts
CITY BAKERY AND ELECTRIC CAFE
D. A. McFADDEN, Prop.
Stock Ranch for Sale
1,500 ACRES GOOD RANGE
150 Head Cattle 50 Head Horses
200 Acres Under Cultivation
1,400 Acres Plow Land
BARGAIN PRICE $3,500
Johnson Engineering & Investment Co.
week end and will spend some time
here helping his father and brother
put land under crops.
C. F. Wise was down from the
Ironside country the first of the
Mr. and Mrs. Thomes W. Claggett
were in Vale Tuesday and were din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Mr. and Mrs. George Kershner and
children of Homedale, were in Vale
Sunday en roate to their home and
visited here for a short while at the
W. G. Thomson home.
J. M. Slaghts was in Ontario
G. B. Ruth of Bonita was among
those registered at the Drexel Tues
day. ' '
on March 1st, is reported by Dr.
Baby Boy Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
McFadden are parents of a fine ten
baby boy born last Saturday
. Married Saturday
Miss Fannie May Haw and Ray B.
Haris both of Jamieson were united
in mariage on Saturady afternoon at
2:30 at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Mulkey in Vale, Rev. W. J.
Luscombe of Ontario officiating with
the ring service. The young couple
are both well known in the Willow
Valley section the bride being the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Haw who owend the Willow Wood
Stock Farm at Jamieson for a
time. The groom is one of six
brothers, sons of Mr. and Mrs. W.
Harris who were all in service in
various branches. Many friend
wish them a long and happy life
At the home of J. A. Melton,
Christian minister, last Monday even
ing Miss Rachel Rowley and John
David Muir of Westfall were united
in marriage. Both are popular mem
bers of the younger set of Westfall,
the groom being one of the prosper
ous farmers of that section. Many
friends welcomed them home and
extended best wishes for a long and
With Mrs. R. D. Lytle and Mrs.
L. P. Lumpee as hostess' the ladies
of the Episcopal Guild held a vc '
interesting business and social meet
ing at the Guild hall Thurday after
The regular meeting of the Mon
day Study Club wil be held at the
home of President Mrs. L. J. Hadley
Monday afternoon March 8, at 2'.3
was his verdict, "all makes and
models of cars, trucks and tractors
were attractively displayed and
Released From Service E. M. pound
Crummctt, who has been a member I at the Vale hospital
of the Marines for nearly three j attending physican.
years, was in Vale this week visiting j
with Miss Dottie Crummctt, Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. House and other relatives
He has seen service in Russia, Ser
bia, Siberia, Philipine Islands and
been around the world several times
while stationed on the U. S. S.
COLDS breed and
KILL THE COLD
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rcmedv for 20 years
tablet form safe, ture, no
brraki up a cold in Z4
relieves erip in 3 days.
oney back if it fails. The
i:ine dox nas a rcca
p with Mr. HilPa
At AU Drua Serm
MM Morning -.jSu
List of Candidates Seeking Party
Nominations for Various State,
and County Offices at Primary
Election, May 21, 1920
(All announcements under this
Heading are paid Advertisements)
FOR STATE SENATOR.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the Republican nomination
for the oflicc of State Senator of the
District comprised of Malheur, Har
ney and Grant Counties. If I am
nominated and elected for a second
term I will continue to Ecrve this
district and the State of Oregon to
the very best of my ability.
JULIEN A. HURLEY,
NOTICE OF SALE OF ESTRAY
Notice is hereby given that on March
i, 1920, at the Feed Barn in Vale,
Oregon, at 10:00 A. M., I will have
sold at public auction to the highest
bidder,, to cover costs of keep, One
brown mare, age 10 or 12 years,
branded Ta on left hip. TMs
estray came to my premises at
Jamieson, Oregon, January 2, 1920.
Archie A. Allen. 21f3t
Spend a Congenial
EveningYouI1 Fecl Better
Kelly keeps a warm fire going these cold even
ings and then, you will meet all the boys there
A Little Play Now and Then is Good for All
Drinks of All Soft Varities
The Pastime Pool Hall
T. (I. Kellv. ProD. Vale, Oregon
METHODIST CHURCH '
(E. F. Clower, Pastor)
Sunday School at 10 o'clock A.
M. Preaching at eleven. Evening
service at seven thirty P. M. Young
People's meeting will be held at
Sou will always receive a cordial
welcome to any of these services.
The Sunday School is still growing
hut we have room for a few more.
Come and join with uh.
i. HAVE THE $
0. K. TRANSFER
Do Your Hauling
E. V. HART Prop.
Phones: Office 65
FOR COUNTY CLERK.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the office of Count"
Clerk of Malheur County, Oregon,
subject to the will of the Republican
voters at the Primaries on May 21st,
19:20. If nominated and elected I
promise to devote all of my time
and attention to the proper conduct
of the affairs of the office.
HARRY S. SACKETT.
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
NEW VULCANIZING SHOP
Send or Bring us your Tires
30x3 Plain $12.00
30x3 Non-skid $17.00
(Tires sent prepaid)
PARKER'S TIRE SHOP
I announce myself as a candidate
for the nomination for the office of
District Attorney for Malheur Coun
ty, at the Republican Primaries to
be held May 21, 1S20. If I am no
minated and elected I will devote all
the time and attention necessary to
the proper performance of all the
duties of the office.
ROBT. D. LYTLE.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
I I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the office of County
, Treasurer of Malheur County, sub
ject to the decision of the Republican
voters at the primaries May 21, 1920.
WILL J. ROBERTS
HIDES & PELTS
I I Will Pay you Cash
I for all Hides and Pelts
delivered to me or to
T. B. NORDALK at
1 (J. A. Melton, PaHtor)
( Bible School at ten A. M. At
eleven morning service, sermon
topic. "The Print fo The Nails."
Junior Endeavor at three P. M. At
icAen thktj, the vening ervire
picture eeon, the talent, Sermon
toic, "Tbi Whiu Stone."
The Hide and Pelt Man
Spring Means CLEAN to
And while Cleaning
why not get thowe few
new pieces of FURNI
TURE ho long needed.
OUR STORE and save money
on New or Second Hand Furni
ture, KugN, Pianos, Stove.
Thos. B. Nordale
FOR SALE: One small team and
harness; also a few white leghorn
hens. Inquire Vale Transfer 28f2tp
FOR SALE: Two year old Regist
ered Jersey Bull, Melia Ann, and
imported blood. Price 175.00. If in
terested write for pedljree. Gas. A.
Schweiier, Nyssa, Ore, R. 1. Box 69,
one mile west of Owvhee achool
ALFALFA FOR SALE: 14 tons
good alfalfa hay, close in. Inauire
A. W. Reed, First National Bank.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Imported
black Percheon stallion. A proven
sire, a sure foal getter. Plenty
bone and action. Age fourteen years
Weight 1800 pounds. Price $500.
Cattle preferred in trade. Roy
Kelly, Payette, Idaho. R. F. D. 3.
Golden Jewel Seed Corn for safe
nt J. A. Walter ranch. Ben Rose,
Ontario, Ore. 6mtf
STRAYED AND ESTRAYED.
STRAYED: One 4 year old roan
cow branded ' on left hip.
Under bit in left ear. Will pay ex
pences. Write any information as to
whereabouts, to George Lees, Bonita,
THREE FORDS FOR SALE: Two
of them equiped with 4 speed trans
mission. Two touring cars, one run
about. Inquire Frank Glenn, Vale.
GOOD USED CARS FOR SALE
1 Dodge, in first class condition.
1 Chevrolet, in fine shape, has 4
1 Case touring car, new tires, a
1 Grant Six in fine shape.
2 Two ton Trucks. Seo us for bar
gains, Kessler Garage, Vale, 2Rf tf
Personal Service offered and Wanted
AUCTIONEER For first claw
stock Auctioneer call for date with F
W. Dunn, U. S. National Bank. V .
Ore. Feb it. .
HEMSTICHING : Mail orders given
prompt attention. Mrs. Blanche C.
Anderson, 113 Third Street, N. W.
Ontario, Oergon. f28tf.
SCHOOL OF MILLINERY IN
STRUCTION: Those desiring to
learn the Millinery trade and willing
to apply themselves for a period of
months, can learn the particular, by
calling at the Osborn Millinery of
Ontario, Oregon. 28f2t
INCOME TAX ADVISOR.
L. J. AKER.
Formerly with U. S. Revenue Ser
vice. Write for appointment.
STRAYED: One two year, old
heifer, branded 6 on right hip,
square crop off each ear. Notify O.
P. Jacokes, Harper, Ore. 21f3tp
WRITE the Co-op Store Caldwell to
receive free several hundred rock
bottom prices of mdse. Ready mixed
paint $3 gal. Pure Linseed oil $2.10
Plug Tobacco 85c, U. Leader $2 for
24 cans... Ladies trimmed hats very
latest styles $2.50 to $4.50.
FOR SALE Windmill and tower,
good work horse. Home grown bar
ley seed. Inquire or phone L. J.
Hadley, Vale, Ore. 6m4tp
WANTED TO BUY 4 young
gentle mares ahout 1200 pounds;
state age, price, etc. Address X35
RANGE FOR SALE: Used range,
in good condition. O. E. Carman,
ESTRAY: One sorrel horse about
ten years old, weight about 1000
lbs, branded tmdJlrSJ on left
shoulder, came to my place 1 miles
east of Malheur, January 1, 1920.
Owner may have same by paying for
feed and advertising. C. E. John
ston, Malheur Oregon. 28f2t
Opportunities To Buy, Sell or Trade
FOR RENT: 40 acres Land under
Warm Springs Project to be put in
grain. Good proposition to right
party. James Fifer. Vale, Ore.
FOR RENT: 65 acres under Ditch,
40 ready for seeding. O. E. Carman,
IN ARTISTIC BOXES OR IN BULK
Standard Brands Standard Prices
VALE DRUG STORE
VALE, Leslie L. Hope, Prop. OREGON
ESTABLISHED IM7 PIONEER DRITO STORE OP MALHEUR COUNTY
-- Flower Seeds --
all kinds and full line of
AH Fresh For Spring Planting
HOME GROWN CORN FED
Finest Flavor Any Quantity
Special Attention to Cattlemen and Sheepmen i
Calumet Baking Powder None Better
THE HOME PACKING CO.
HARRY BEELAR, Mgr. PHONE 63 1
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