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MALHE.UK ENTERPRISE, VALE. OREGON
You were sitting with your
loved ones, the time was
May, all nature smiled, you
were content that fate had
shaped a Happy Life for
you, suddenly and without
ISSUED TO MINORS
Association Takes Action On Cigar
ette Smoking Among School
At a mnnfinc nf the Parent-Teach-
Warninff aS though born On er Association held April 13th, the
the wind, a ligure drapealMi"l Z
in Wierd Oriental COStUme: gainst the issuance of tobacco to all
entered your life, this fig
ure a yogi from far off In
dia and bearing with him
a crystal sphere into which
he bade you look and there
in was shown your future
All the Misery of an Age
All the mad Rage of Pov
erty All the anger of an Out
All the ecstasy of Success
And all the fear of Be
AND ALL THIS YOU SAW
WOULD YOU WANT TO
LIVE THAT LIFE
"This is the
Theme of the"
Great, New, Intense,
EYES OF YOUTH
IN WHICH IS SEEN
Clara Kimball Young
SUNDAY & MONDAY
APRIL 18, and 19
ADMISSION 25c AND 55c
minors especially to school children
Whereas: It is provided under Sec
21 48 Laws of Oregon that:
Unlawful to Furnish Minors To
bacco without Guardian's consent.
It shall be unlawful to sell, barter,
trade a-ive or in any manner furnish
. , i .
to any minor unaer age oi eigmeen
years, any tobacco, cigars, cigarettes,
in anv form, or any compouna in
which tobacco forms a component
part, without the written consent or
order of such minors parent or
guardian, and when such minor has
no parent or guardian, then in that
case consent may be given by the
County Court, sitting for the trans
action of county business, upon pro
per application in the county in
which said minor may have his res
idence. Any person violating the
provisions of this act shall upon con
viction, be fined in any sum not
less than $5.00 nor more than $50.00,
And under Sec. Z149 Laws oi Ore
gon: Unlawful for minor to smoke in
Public, It shall be unlawful for any
minor under the age of eighteen
years to smoke or in any way use
any cigar, cigarette, or tobacco in
any form whatsoever in any public
highway, street, place, square, or
resort. Any minor violating the
provisions of this act shall, upon
conviction, be fined in any sum not
less than $1.00 nor more than $10.00
or by imprisonment at the option
of the court, two days for each of
fence. Justice of the peace shnll
have concurrent jurisdiction with
the circuit court for all offenses
arising undec this act.
And whereas it has come to the
attention of the members of the
Parent-Teacher Association, that boys
in all grades of our school under
'eighteen years of age, in open viola
tion of this law are either smoking
cigarettes or using tobacco, in some
form; and whereas, in the interestF
of the school, the city, and of good
government, and for the best inter
ests of the youth, it is essential
WHEA TON THE A TRE
Thurday, April 22
SIXTH and Brand NEW EDITION this VISIT
Of The Big Fun Show Of The World
BRINGING UP FATHER
IN SOCIETY' TusSL
FUNNIER THAN THE CARTOONS
BRING the KIDDIES TO see JIGGS alive
He Will Bring Joy To Their Little Hearts
SEATS ON SALE AT CUTTING DRUG CO.
WEDNESDAY 20, 10:00 A. M.
that his law b enforced; and where
as: it is the opinion of th faculty
that the school work is suffering
because of the tobacco.
Be it resolved: that the members
of the Parent-Teacher Association,
unite their efforts toward the en
forcement of the law, that an ap
peal be made to the officials of this
town, and to the fathers, to co-operate
in the protection of our boys,
And be it resolved further that a
copy of these resolutions be pre
sented to the Chamber of Commerce,
to the City Council and published
in- the Malheur Enterprise.
By Order of Committee.
Sec. of Vale Parent-Teacher Ass'n.
Haul Anything anywhere, but we
want to haul you where you want
to go. Drexel Auto Livery, Drexel
Mr. and Mrs. James J. Mack are Jorinson, an
-pending a few days with Mr. and Payett, is doing nie
!rs Murphy while on their way from "tiori performed Mo
California to their home in Cedar W- L. Hober was
The Oregon Club entertained the L Lilh Sherman was opetaUd on
Nut Club with dance in th elub tor appendicitis Thursday and was
rooms Friday evening. b'? nom in a ,ew
Mr. and Mrs. James J. Mac are -"";.
it ail u opw-
operated on Mon-
D..;j. aar ror tonsus ana aaenoias.
Reverends E. B. Pease, of Mon- Master R. W. Bear, of Payetta was
mouth, R. L. Dunn, of Astoria, C. operated on for maatoMa Wrtuittf,
c s.n-io t Pi.nH Dr- Born April 10th, to Mr. and Mri
of Boise and Mrs. W. M. Case of h Sullena, of.Texaa, a nine pound
Eugene were among those attending . boy.
v, k. infor,v, L. G. Darkly, of Riverside, was op
workers which was held here Tucs- orated on April 10th and was able
jay to leave in a few days.
$112.00 is the amount contributed! Mr. J. Edison is recuperating after
so far by the West Side Grammar jn operation performed April 14.
school in the contest it is conducting
we go where the other fallow wont
go, Drexel Auto-Livery, Drexel
SATURDAY. APRIL 11
BRING HER A BOX OF CANDY!
We have just received a big shipment of fine
box candy Liggetts and Guths the chocolates
with the wonderful centres values from 75c
to $3.00 the box. What could be nicer for that
girl than a nice box of chocolates.
BATH. CAPS. See the line while it is com
plete. Exclusive designs from the Rexall folks
in Boston, all varieties, all prices from 40c to
BOOKS. Have you read Zane Greys latest
book " THE MAN OF THE FOREST". It is
one of his best productions and is selling like
hot cakes all over the country. Price $1.1)0.
Many reprints also in lately, priced at 85c.
A. E. McGILLIVRA Y
$pa!cl $ tore
and Free Service is Our Specialty
We Put Rubber On to Stay
Then It Lasts Longer
We Have a Modern Kettle for Expert Work.
All Work Guaranteed
Sunday School Convention Elects Of
ficers Arraigned ror Larceny
Boy Breaks Leg
ONTARIO. April 15. At the Sun
day School convention held here on
Tuesday and Wednesday, the follow
ing officers for the coming year were
elected: President, Hugh Allen, On
tario: Vice President, Mrs. R. D.
Lytle, Vale; Secretary-Treasurer,
Mrs. R. J. Davis. Nyssa. Many in
teresting addresses were on the pro
gram and on Wednesday afternoon
questions dealing with Sunday School
efficiency were discussed, Mr. Hum
bert and Mr. Keeler conducting the
discussion. In the evening special
music by the high school was en
E. L. Shetler was arraigned for
larceny before Judge King's court
Monday, but waived examination and
was bound over to the grand jury
after furnishing a cash bond of $3,-
500. In September, 1919, Shetler is
illoged to have stolen and carried
away from the Boyer well in Ontar
io, from the Inter-Mountain Uil uo.,
and from the Western Pacific Oil &
Gac Co, holdings at Vale, engine
fixtures valued between $6,000 to
$7,000. He was was located at Twin
Falls and was escorted back to On
tario Monday by Deputy Sheriff
Glenn. He refused to come without
representative, secured a lawyer
and was released under writ of
Mrs. K. B. Hill, of Demo, stopped
in Ontario for a few days while on
her way to Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. K. H. BuercK were
in from Burns the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. .Nichols of Iron
side are visiting in the city.
Ground was broken Wednesday on
Main street and the three blocks
south of the Pharmacy 'are being
plowed and put into shape for the
A number of Ontario's business
men tried fishing in Snake river last
Sunday but reported that angling
was to no avail.
Bishop Paddock and Rev. Dr. Van
Waters were in Ontario the early
part of the week and held a business
neeting of the Episcopal church Wed
Ontario's ball team played a pre
liminary practice game Sunday with
Fruitland and won its first honors by
r score of nine to four.
Work is progressing rapidly on
the new residence which Charles
Atherton is building north of the
house he recently sold to Mr. A. L.
The Ca.sh Variety store changed
its location this week to the build
ing just north of the American Ex
press office. . '
H. H. Tenny, Frank Ryan, P. J.
Gallagher and George Reihson at
tended the K. C. initiation at Boise
Miss Gibson and Miss Crystal West
of Nyssa were here for the Oregon
Club dunce Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Barkly and the
Intter's sister.Elsie Cox, were down
from Riverside this week.
Vliss Margaret Purdy was in town
icveral days while on her way from
Portland to Burns, where she will
visit her. brother.
Construction is well under way on
the Ontario Milling company's plant
nd also on the Ontario Bottling
Works. The former is expected to be
ready about June 1st and the latter
nbout May 1.
Residents are signing up this week
for the city to turn the water into
open ditches about town. Since it
is necessary to know the number of
lots to be irrigated before the cost
can be computed, the property own
ers are urged to sign up at once.
Miss Estelle Conway left Saturday
evening for Portland to attend the
marriuge of her brother. James D.
Conway, to Miss Rita Manning.
Mrs. C. R. Emison was hostess at
:in enjoyable luncheon for the Music
Club Saturday afternoon.
Theodore Deck was seriously in
jured Thursday afternoon in a ball
game between the Ontario and Fruit
land eighth grades, when he collided
with one of the other players, break
ing his right leg above the knee.
He is reported as doing nicely at
The High School base ball team
played its first game of the season
when it met Weiser Friday after
noon. The score was nine to one in
favor of Weiser.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION
Department of III Interior
U. S. l.and Office at Vale, Oregon.
April 14. ID'id
NOTICE la hereby nlven that KreU len
Ut. Jr. of tlrounn, Oregon, who. on Nov
K 1 111 F. hi.,1. lid. Kntry. No. 04170 for
the NKl,. See. 3. 8'aSK".4. NWV,NK. SW'.
NKVi, See. . and wno on uec. 11, m.uc
..,1.4-1 II. I entre No. Ol'Jh for. br.Vi
s:l, and ESW4 See. t. all In Towmhl,.
1 t gouin, Hange ei rvaei, ,iin..n.-
i.llan. ha filed notice of intention to
maK final thre-earf Proof, to eelabli.h
,'lalm to the land auova ueeerlue.1. before
Charlea II. Morfitt, H. 8. Comm Ian toner, at
Malheur. Oregon, on th llh day of May.
Claimant name aa wltnee.ee I L.. mcr.rn-
rt A. .1. wnite, n. muiawciii.ii. ..-
C. II. Muiutennao all oi nnwan. iv
I una. nevirbri.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION
Department f th Interior
U. 8. lnd Offlr at Vale, Oregon,
April 14. 1010
NOTICE la hereby given that Charlea W.
I'.rn.lt Jr., of llroejan. Oregon, who. on
October 10. I0H. made Additional Home-
lead Kntry. No. 06100, for NKl. H'-jNW',,
S.elion He and KSSK. Section t. '''
hilt la South, Hange 41 r.a.i, r. h.
ulh.h I... fill notie of Intention ui
mat. Final Proof, to eetablUh claim to the
In n,l above de.cribe.1, before Keguter and
K.velver, V. S l.aud tiff Ice, at aie, uie
uon on th th day of May. 1H20.
Claimant namea aa wltnee.ee: Kouert Bar
ney, K4 llamion, Clarenc Vandlver all of
Itrogan. Oregon. C. W. I'arrolt, of Iron
.id.. Oreg.u thos J0Na
SCHR0EDER TIRE & VUL. CO.
Don't take drugs, let me straighten
! cut the nerve und adjust the cpine
to see which room will give the
largest sum to the Near East Relief
fund. At present the eighth grade
is in the lead with $30.33 and the
seventh grade is second with $20.68.
Fourteen of the Ontario business
men, representing the Commercial
Club, waited on the Vale Chamber of
Commerce at their Tuesday lunch
eon for the purpose of extending an
invitation to Ontario's Fourth of
Esther McCulloch had her adnoids
and tonsils removed last Wednesday.
Repair that old casing and get
more miles out of your tires. Talk
it over with Schroeder, he guarantees
his repair work. Adv.27M4t.
Most ailments can b crroctd by
Dr. Norrall, the airugless physician.
Eyes of Young
Eyes of Youth
We have Full Line of Wearing Apparel.
"Shoes - boots - shoes
New Lot Red-Seal Gum Boots Just In
"WHERE QUALITY COUNTS"
A genU far
WM. ROSE, Prop.
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Writing Inks,Paste and Miscellaneous Office Supplies g
OFFICE MEN, WOMEN, FARMERS, SCHOOL TEACHERS, PURCHASING AGENTS FOR
SCHOOL DISTRICTS ETC. THIS IS YOUR ONLY CHANCE TO SAVE REAL MONEY
THIS SPRING IN BUYING OFFICE SUPPLIES. THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO CUT
THE OVERHEAD. GRAB IT QUICK.
WE HAVE PLACED ON SALE OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF WRITING
AND GENERAL OFFICE SUPPLIES AT REDUCTIONS FROM 20 TO
50 PER CENT,
All Standard Lines
Brand New Stock o
CICO OFFICE PASTE
The supreme library paste, no
water, no waste, always ready.
8 oz. Jar, price 65c, Sale $ .50
5 oz Jar, price 45c, Sale ?5
One of the most popular High
Grade Writing Inks, wrrites blue,
2 oz. Bottle, price 15c, Sale $ .08
i pt. Bottle, price 50c, Sale .30
Pt. Bottle, price 90c, Sale 60
Qt. Bottle, price $1.40, Sale 1.00
FOUNTAIN PEN INKS
Carter's Famous Bule-Black
fluid, for fountain pens, and al
so exceptionally good for gener
4 oz Bottle, price 30c, Sale $ .20
i,nt. Bottle. Drice 60c Sale .40
Pt. Bottle, price 1.00, Sale..
4 oz Bottle, with screw top
and filler price 40c, Sale....
F. P. COLORED INK
2 oz. Violet, price 20c, Sale
2 oz Green, price 20c, Sale
REAL BLACK INK
A high class coal black ink,
Excellent for general use where
black lines are desired.
2 oz Bottle, price 15c, Sale .07
Pt. Bottle, price, $1.00, Sale .70
' RED INK
Free flowing Carmine Record
fluid, specially made for book
keepers, banks, etc.
2 oz. Bottle, price 15c, Sale .07
Y pt. Bottle, price 80c, Sale .50
Pt. Bottle, price $1.35, Sale .95
Many Staple Supplies For Desk and Office
STAMPS, PADS, INK
1 oz. Bottle and brush,
price, 50c, Sale 25
No. 1 Stamping pads, price
50c, Sale 40
Dating Stamps, price 25c,
Regular price 2 for 5c,
Special Sale Bargain, per
Shannon, Invoice or Letter Files
6x9, price $1.25, Sale $ .75
SVLxll, price $1.50, Sale 1.00
Indexes, price 25c, Sale 15
STAPLES, CLIPS, ETC
No 1 Hotchkiss paper fast
ener, the most reliable
desk stapler, price $3.00,
500 Hotchkiss staples, price
50c, Sale .40
Gem Clips, price per box or
dne hundred, 10c, Sale 08
Box peerless paper brass
fastners, price 35c, Sale.. .25
HOOKS AND STABBERS
Wire paper Hooks, price 8c
Standing Files, price 10c,
TAPE MACHINE & ROLLS
You will save money and time
and your packages will look
neater if you use a Kraft Tape
Machine complete with 2
inch roll of gum tape
price, $7.50, Sale $5.00
y2 inh rolls Kraft Tape,
"price 25c, Sale .20
1 inch roll Kraft Tape,
price 45c, Sale 35
ADDING MACHINE ROLLS
Users of adding machines can
supply their needs now at less
Price 25c per roll, Sale 15
OUR SUPPLY IS LIMITED-First Come, First Served
The Actual Saving is More Than Represented Because the Market is going Higher. Buy Now!
Typewriter Papers, Second Sheets, Billing Systems, Carbon Paper, Cards, Envelopes, Ship
ing Tags Legal Blanks are always carried in stock at the lowest possible prices. We are
always willing to supply special orders for office furniture or supplies of every nature. We
specialize in "Printing that Pleases" for the Office, Shop, Home and Farm.
"The Personal Writing Machine"
6 lbs. for only $50.00
And More For Your Money At That
Come In And
SEE OUR SHOW CASE
Full of Ink
The Glass Is Broken
You Can Help Yourself.
The Malheur Enterprise
J VALE, OREGON 5 to
make you healthy, Pr. K. E. Nor-
Yalf, Oregon. Adv,27M2t.