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SATURDAY APRIL it 1C2U
MALHEUR ENTERPRISE, VALE, OREGON
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In2000Counties This Month
The Forces of the Church of Christ
Will Gather To Face the Facts
IN 2000 counties in the United States the pastors
and laymen of 30 great denominations will meet
in conference this month.
It is the kind of conference that generals hold
before a critical engagement; that business men
hold before entering a new market. A conference
of judgment, not emotion; a clear-eyed facing of
A Survey that Business Men Must Admire
For more than a year hundreds of workers have been
quietly engaged in making a scientific survey of the mission
fields, and of America county by county.
The facts developed are startling. No such picture of
America's religious situation has ever before been drawn.
On the basis of these surveys thirty Protestant de
nominations are uniting in a
Nation Wide Cooperative Campaign
Each of the thirty denominations has its own "For
ward Movement" organized and officered. The Interchurch
World Movement is the clearing house for all of these.
It is the agency which the churches have created to
avoid duplication, to foster cooperation and make sure that
very man and dollar render the utmost service possible.
The month of April will be devoted to 'making
the facts of the survey known to America; in the week of
April 25th -May 2nd, will come a united simultaneous
Whether You Are Inside the Church or Out
To every man and every woman who loves his country,
these 2000 county conferences are vitally important.
For the facts developed by this great survey show
Vividly what forces are at work in America and what kind
of a country this country is to be.
See that the pastor of your church appoints
delegates. Any pastor can tell you th con
ference place and date. Or write direct to the
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The publicmtion of thia advertisement ia made possible
through the cooperation of 30 denoininatione.
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One of our ambitions is to have folks feel at
home in this bank, to cultivate that feeling that
the Farmers & Stock Growers l?ank is a home
institution, ready to serve our home people at
all times. You will always find a welcome
here: you are entitled to our time and atten
tion, whether you bank here or elsewhere.
Spend a Congenial
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
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OREGON NEWS NOTES
OF GENERAL INTEREST
Principal Events of the Week
Briefly Sketched for Infor
mation tf Our Readers.
Clarence H. Brown of 8hedd has been
elected president of the Linn county
Jersey Cattle club.
Commercial chicken raiders of Linn
county met at Lebanon Saturday In
an all-day session.
It Ib expected that construction work
will soon start at Eugene on a new
$100,000 condensery and creamery.
An unidentified man about 40 years
old was killed by a switch engine in
the O.-W. R. & N. yards at Hood River.
Klamath Palls barbers have advanc
ed the price of hair cutting from 60
to 75 conts and shaves from 25 to 35
The business section of Eugene Is be
ing canvassed In favor of a movement
to close all stores at 6 o'clock In the
Bankers representing Lane, Coos,
Curry and Douglas counties met at
iioseburg Saturday In regular group
The Presbyterian church of Iioseburg
has raised the pastor's salary to 11800
a year and reduced the church debt
from $7000 to $2000.
The 85th annual Benton county Sun
day school convention was held at the
First Congregational church In Cor
vallis Saturday afternoon.
The navy department at the request
of Senator Chamberlain will probably
drtail a battleship to Astoria for the
Grand Army encampment.
Few contracts are being made In
Marlon county for. loganberries at 12
cents per pound. Producers are hold
ing out for 14 and 19 cents.
Fire losses In Oregon for the month
of March, exclusive of Portland to
taled $57,000, according to a report
by A. C. Barber, state fire marshal.
Captain Cushman Hartwell, now
with the Eleventh cavalry at Monterey,
Cat., is detailed as assistant military
Instructor at Oregon Agricultural col
lege, Corvallls. j
Rev. O. L. Lovell, pastor of the Unit- .
od Evangelical church of Salem, has
been elected presiding elder of the Ore- j
gon conference of that denomination
for a term of four years.
Oregon postmasters soon to be ap
pointed are: Mary L. Folger, Buell,
Polk county; Charles J. Bush, Harper,
Malheur county, and Clement E. Gough
at Mehama, Marion county.
Under the name of the Klamath
County Chamber of Commerce, the old
Klamath Commercial club, which
lapsed into Inactivity at the beginning
of the war, has been reorganized.
Mrs. E. A. Young of Tangent was
elected president of the Oregon Pres
byterian Missionary society of the
United Presbyterian church of Oregon
in the annual convention at Albany.
John H. Seavey, pioneer hop grower
of Lane county, has contracted with a
Portland firm to sell his 1920 crop of
hops at 70 cents a pound, which is
said to be the highest price ever quot
ed in the county.
Ground will be broken May 1 for
tha new Catholic academy at Klamath
Falls, which it is planned to make
eventually one of the largest Catholic
schools In the state. The building will
be a three-story brick structure.
H. A. Endrup of Hllgard killed him
self In the Hotel Sommer at Elgin be
cause of disgrace in being arrested on
the charge of burning his hotel build
ing at Hllgard several weeks ago in
order to collect $1800 insurance.
W. B. Parker, Klamath Falls manag
er of the Klamath Development com
pany, backed by San Francisco and
Spokane capitalists, has purchased the
Keno Power company, including the
Klamath river power plant. The price
Five suits have been filed In the cir
cuit court by the state industrial ac
cident commission against Clatsop
count)' firms, and individuals to re
cover the amounts alleged to be due
the state five fees for the state acci
At a meeting of the board of direc
tors of the Oregon Pioneer assocla
'Ion recently held prellmlna- plans
for the 48th annual, reunion were out
lined. The reunion will take place
on Thursday, July 1, in the public
auditorium in Portland.
Contracts were expected to be sign
ed at the shipping board Monday
whereby the construction of seven 12,
odd ton tankers wit be awarded to the
Northwest Steel company of Portland,
u lieu of war contracts for three steel
cargo ships which were ganceled.
Accountants employed by the state
to conduct au audit of the books and
records of the state treasurer's depart
ment will complete their work this
week, according to unofficial announce
ment. The report will be submitted
to Attorney General Brown, who will
send It to the Marion county grand
Jury. The grand Jury recessed nearly
two weeks ago, but it is believed the
t.od y will be reconvened this week
when the luveaUgatlou will be re
sumed. With a view of adjusting the Urn
ber valuation of Itonglas county on an
equitable baitls. Assessor Calkins has
sent letters to all of the leading Mm
tier owners In the county, inviting
(hem to a conference iu Hoseliurg.
April 22, wueu the issues will la di
Members of the Oregon Jersey
Breeders' association will hold a three
days' Jubilee In the Willamette valley
beginning May 3. The purpose of the
tour of the valley Is to ascertain at
first hand what Is being accoiupllahed
along the line of Improving the "Jer
The Astoria Amateur Wireless as
sociation, with E. P. Hawkins, presi
dent; Carl JosephBon, vice-president;
E. A. Smith, secretary and treasurer
and a charter membership of 15, was
reorganized April 1. . The former or
ganization was discontinued at the
outbreak of the war.
The Oregon State Bar association,
through Us grievance committee, has
filed proceedings In the supreme court
asking that George A. Halt, an at
torney of Portland, and John N. Solv
ers, an attorney with offices at Oregon
City, be disbarred from practicing
their profession in Oregon.
Pine Valley residents are making
another effort to divide Baker county.
It is proposed to cut off what is called
the Panhandle, once a part of Union
county but later annexed to Baker,
and form a new county. The great
distance from the Panhandle to Baker,
the county seat, is the source of dis
satisfaction. Reports from the Long Creek and
Muddy Creek districts in Baker coun
ty are to the effect that a second
winter is being experienced, and bay
Is becoming so scarce that there is
likely to be a severe loss of stock if
the winter lasts much longer. Be
cause of the snow, all farm work has
Practically all the laws passed at the
special session of the legislature last
January, with the exception of those ve
toed by Governor Olcott and others con
tingent upon approval of the voters at
the election to be held on May 21, will
become operative April 17, according to
announcement made by Sara A. Kozer,
assistant secretary of state.
New Retreading Kettle at Schfoe
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good rubber on your old casing
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Remember we are the
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"Watch Us Grow"
In addition to sending a representative thruout
the Central East the coming summer with des
criptions of all our listings, we are immediately
planning on advertising Vale and Malheur
County and especially our listings in 12 newspaper-
thruout the Northwest. We' are also
Preparing a descriptive booklet of Vale, Mal
heur County and the Warmsprings project to
be sent to hundreds of home seekers.
Our aim is to give the best possible service to
both Buyer and Seller. We deal only on a
straight commission basis. We insist on fair
prices and exclusive contracts. We show the
buyer your contract for sale and give you the
benefit of every legitimate offer. We nave no
secrets and deal entirely above board, bringing
buyer and seller together for their mutua) ad
And the Balance on Reasonable Terms
Will Buy One Of The Following
Fine Homes in Vale
Modern 6 room house and three lots. Bath and toilet, and s
range goes with place. Good garage, nice porches and the g
location of this property is fine. About six blocks from S
center of town. Let us show you this proprty. m
Fine seven room house. 2 closets and bath room. This
Home is in splendid condition and is priced to sell. Price
only $2250. Bulding is insured for $1600 and would cost over
$3000 to build today. Size of lota 100x86. Incestigate this
One of the nicest and best built bungalows in Vale. Five
large rooms and bath. House recently repainted inside and out
Ideal built in kitchen. Cellar under house. Wood and Coal
shed in rear. Well located. Size of lot 37x122. The
balance after the first payment can be paid at $30 per month
at 6'7 interest.
Rental Values are increasing. Houses are
scarce and Good Houses are hard to Rent. If
you want to be secure in having a Decent Home
it is necessary to own your own.
When Noah began work on the Ark, everybody
kidded him. After the flood started they were
drowning, he was sailing safely.
Do you get the application of this story to the
house situation in Vale? This town is growing
rapidly and the prudent people will be those
who own "Arks' of their own.
Buy Now, Save Rent and Assure Your Family
of a Decent Place to Live.
We Offer Complete Property Service Buy, Sell, Finance, Rent, Insure, Care For.
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CURREY DEVELOPMENT AND LAND CO.
' George Huntington Currey, Manager