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MALHEUR ENTERPRISE, VALE, OREGON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1922.
Your Lady Friends
With a Box of
FUND FOR DEVELOPMENT
PORTLAND WILL SPEND $300,000
TO ADVERTISE AND BUILD
UP FARM LANDS
ple who love fine
candles have ac
There Is a? Owynew Package to meet every
one's prefen -e. And, the candy Inside each
package Is Individual In quality and variety.
Tour wife, sweetheart or mother will more
than appreciate a box of delicious Owyhee
Chocolates. No rift Is more appreciated for
nil your lady friends. The very packages
themselves are Inviting to say nothing of Die
choice sweets inside.
For sale at all good dealers
Mndo by the IDAHO CANDY CO.
MALHZTJH PUBLISHING COMPANY
LLOYD RICHES, Editor
MALHEUF COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
' Special Oommunltjr Correspondents. Man
ser Ontti State Editorial Auociation.
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VALE, MALHEUR COUNTY OREGON
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id you ever stop
By E. R. Waite.
That these are competitive times.
That in modern businesses, it is
invariably the man that advertises
who gets the business.
That the man who constantly keeps
his business before, prospective pur
chasers, is the man who reaps the
reward of such prorgessiveness.
That today is an age of publicity
and successful businesses pay much
attention to this most important
branch of modern business.
That to hold the attention of the
buying public, is the first principle
of commercial advertising. ,
That advertising should be given
That ads should be attractive.
That they should show merchandise
of real value.
That they should be backed by the
That a successful business is to a
large extent dependent upon public
sentiment toward a business you
must attract favorable attention to it.
That advertising brings favorable
attention to your business.
the following summer.
Grain grading and the grading of
other crops will be a special feature
of the farm crops work of the winter
short course at the agricultural col
lege. This work will briefly review
the development of grades and stand
ards themselves, and how to apply
them. The principal of grading the
grain, hay and potatoes will be out
lined and several laboratory periods
will be devoted to actual grading
work. This will be but a part of the
general farm cropB program which
includes some of the most important
phases of grain, seed, forage and
I Portland, Dec. 29 Reports re-
ceived from representatives of the
i Portland Chamber of Commerce en
! gaged in raising, In this city, the
I sum of $300,000 to be used in a state
' wide development and advertising
; campaign, indicate the intense inter
; est that is being taken in the plan
by business and professional men of
Porlard. Notwithstanding obstacles
: in the form of community chest aff-
airs, the Astoria disaster and holiday
: activities that have presented them
selves since the drive started on the,
15th of December, more than on-third
of the amount has been pledged. And
without any doubt, chamber officials
assert, the remainder will be forth
eomir.tf and the organization will be
prepnied to launch its project for the
upbuilding of all of Oregon Bhortly
after the first of the new year.
An interesting feature of the move
ment so far, has been the strong en
dorsements by Portland's largest in-
gramme considers a period of but
"The advertising feature of the
plan is important as a means of att
racting tourists and others to the
state, but h general belief among
those who have studied the situation
is that no time should.be lost in get
ing the farmers into a better posi
ion." As an instance of the interest that
is being taken in the movement, att
ention is calle dto the larger sub
scriptions made by the Portland
They 'follow: Portland Clearing
House association, $30,000: Multno
mah Hotel $3,000: Fleischner Mayer
& Co., $2400: Olds, Wortman & King
Co., $2500: The Oregonian, $2400:
Oregon Journal $2400: Blake McFall
Company $1500: Imperial Hotel $1,
600: Imperial Hotel $1500: Benson
Hotel $1500: Powers Furniture Co.
$1200: Marshall Wells Co. $1200: the
Weis Co. $1000: Rasmussen Co. $1000
Eastern Outfitting Co. $1200: Hirsch
Card of Thanks.
To the many friends of our late
husband, son and brother we wish to
extend our heart felt thanks and ap
preciation for the many kindnesses
dustrinl and commercial institutions ' shown during the illness and burial
of the Chamber's determination to ' of Arthur A. Claypool, and to the
give all the aid possible to the devel-1 officers and members of Advance
orment of the state outside of Port- Lodge No. 105, Knights of Pythias
land, the establishment of a cooper-' t Vale, we realize that we owe a
Sunday school at 9:45 a, m.
Morning worship, 11:00 a. m., sub
ject of sermon, "That New Year's
Epworth League, 6:30 p. m. Sub
ject, What's Ahead'
Evening worship 7:30 p. m. Sub
ject, "The 'I Will' of Christ."
After the sermon an illustrated
lecture will be given on "Chicago",
followed by a social period and a
Watch Night service. A Light lun
eon will be served during the social
Come and join us in ringing in the
Why not close the Old year out by
coming to church? We will be look
ing for you, and will give you a very
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. W.
Propst. Everyone is invited to the
Sunday school class.
Those who wish to attend prayer
meeting at the Methodist church
Thursday are cordially invited.
Three well bred sows and one regis
tered boar for sale, or will let on
shares to responsible farmer. Phone
I Snicmg tfje g
How can certified seed potatoes be
produced? This question coming
from all sections of the state will be
answered during part of the farm
crops work given in the winter short
course next January. The agricul
tural college has been encouraging
the production of better kinds of po
tatoes and there will be a series of
lectures showing how to do this work
Special emphasis will be placed on
the control of troublesome diseases.
Many farmers are handicapped by
the lack of storage facilities for their
potatoes. Believing that an expen
sive storage place is essential they I
frequently do not provide storage
when in many instances it could be
mndo very conveniently out of mater
ials already at hand. The potato
storage problem as well as the grad
ing and marketing of potatoes will
be a feature of the crop work in the
winter short course at the agricul
tural college next January
ative marketing system whereby the
producer may be able to sell his crop
at a profit and th placing of the far
mer on a better and a more secure
"These business men full realize
that Portland cannot continue to pros
per unless the entire stae prospers",
said O. W. Mielke, presiden of the
Chamber of SCommerce in comment
ing on this phase of the movement,
"And it is with this thought upper
most in their minds that they are re
garding their subscriptions in the
nature of an investment in Oregon
and the state's future. They know
that .some measures must be taken
immediately for the relief of the
farmers. 'They believe that cooper
ative marketing is a step in the right
direction and they are backing their
opinions with their money. They are
going to furnish right here in the
city the finahces for carrying on the
work. They are confident that the.
results will be so apparent that when '
tne present campaign is ended, it I
will have been found necessary that
the work should be continued on a
more extensive scale. . ' We believe
the investment will prove so profit
able that there will be no difficulty
inraising a much larger sum. We
family were shopping in the Gate I
City Monday. !
believe this movement will be a per
manent one although the present pro
debt of gratitude, for the generous
and kindly manner in the attention
and' assisitance given, and for the
funeral absequies rendered by the
Fannie J. Claypool,
Father John O'Connor, Pastor.
8::00 o'clock, Saturday morning,
Rcguiar service second Sunday of
each month at 8 o'clock.
Everyone is welcome at all ser
vices, SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS.
Seventh Day Adventists meet at
the home of H. H. Graham every
Saturday at 10:30 o'clock. ( Good
readings and Missionary meetings.
Re-Organized Church of Latter
11:30 a. m.t Sunday school service
"The Church With a Welcome."
A. B. Weaver, Pastor.
Phone No. 90.
Pastors residence next door to the
Considerable alfalfa will probably
bo planted on the river bottom and
other warm, well drained soils of
Western Oregon next April and May.
It is a good plan to secure the seed
of the genuine Grimm alfulfa before
stock are depleted and to anticipate
needs for lnndplastor which usually
helps in getting a good stand of the
alfalfa. The Grimm alfulfa seed is
usually planted at about 15 pounds
an acre. This amount may seem ex
cessive to some experienced alfalfa
growers but for those who are be
ginning in alfalfa culture and who
often sow the seed too deep, it is
usually necessary to sew a slight ex
cess of seed. Inoculating material
may be had at 25 cents an acres
from the department of bacteriology
Lundplaster is usually applied at
about 50 to 75 pounds an acre to the
land that is to be planted to alfalfa.
Several farmers growing potatoes
on Western mountain this year got a
J2V4 per cunt increase in yield by
using landplastr on the cut potatoes.
This treatment appears to preserve
the seed pieces in the soil and is
especially effective in rather cold and
damp soils where the sprouting is
Experiments at the station at Cor
vallis have shown that hay put into
storage in the summer month. In
creased several pounds per bale dur
ing the winter and usually reaches
its minimum in PeruMiy or March.
It takes up moisture from tho moist
air and the bulo are considerable
heavier at mid winter than they are
at mid -summer. Tha hay ttenvislly
giMs back to iii'Mil its origins! wiijilit
I OREGON SLOPE !
Mr. and Mrs. Gorge Sullens and
son Harold were guests Sunday xf
the former's sister Mrs. Henry Bar
ker of Fruitlnnd.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wilcox were
among the guests who were delight
fully entertained Sunday evening at
the home of Mrs. S. D. Dorman of
Ontario. Music on the cello and on
the violin with Mrs. Dorman at the
piano featured the evening's enter
school .house. Interment in the local
Messrs I. M. Lowe and Fred Kling
baok heard Governor-elect Pierce
wpenk at Cairo Friday and expressed
themselves as well pleased with what
Kev. Blom did not speak here last
Sunday but will be here on Dcember
A hilarious time was participated
in nt the Literary last Fridoy even
ing. The Society was called to or
der by President Rippey and the fol
lowing program given:
An Old Fashioned Negro Surgical
Operation, Doc Pullen and son Fred.
Selling the Washing Machine, D.
P. Pullen, Fred Pullen, Glen Points
nnd several children.
Round, Three Blind Mice, Mesdames
I.owe and Bigelow and Mr. Pullen.
Encore, Scotland's Burning.
Recitation, Towser Must Be Tied
Tonight, Rada Elliot.
Pin no Solo, Juanita Bigelow.
; ; All Kinds of Hauling Cheaply
and Promptly Done
VALE TRANSFER CO. f
Spots, Stains, Harm
It is never safe to attempt to
remove stains and spots from
fabrics through the use of
chemicals which may have been
purchased from the house-to-house
Different fabrics require dif
ferent treatments. It is reitlN
a problem for the expert.
Do not take chances. ,Send
your dresses, coats, suits, jack
ets, and so forth to us for ex
Mail Orders Promptly
and best wishes for a
prosperous and happy
Vale Electric Co.
"The Institution of Greatest Service"
L. P. Lumpee, Manager
A CLEAN RADIATOR. t
is most important if you want"i
it to. function properly. If it.
becomes clogged up with dirt,
dust, mud, or other particles itj
will not cool the warm water i
from the engine' and this!
makes trouble and expense A
Avoid this by having us cleanj
it regularly. ' jj
The Christmas program given by ' . ( . r . i t
; city life. Mesdnmes Klinefeter, Peutz j
large audience. The youngsters were whil "n - ' . v.. I
. . 1H -.' . , .itii nuki i i VV4 iviiui;- I
the pupils of the school Monday eve
ning was greatly appreciated by
Between points on
Oregon Short Line Railroad
December 22-23-24-25-20 30-31
and January 1st
Limit January 3rd
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well drilled for their parts and Mr.
Attrbury and Miss Lough rey deserve
much credit for a splendid evening's
Mr. nnd Mrs. Mason Clough enter
tained at dinner Wednesday evening
for Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Boals and
Curtis Carico spent Sunday with
MisB Leora Harritz entertained a
D. S. SPENCER
General Passenger Agent
SALT LAKE CITY
Consult Local Agent.1
buck argued for country life.
The ladies said their arguments
weii' winners but the judges, Messrs.
I.owe Klinefelter and Elliot were
unnn'inous in their decision for the
nff'rmntive. The ladies decided they
woi'ld have a voce in the selection
of tin- "jury" next time and sec to -
:t th:-' their own husbands, at least, EaHHBEaEaHESBaHBEEaBnaBaEBSEBBHBBHE
Ivesslers Garage 3
C. B. WOODWARD, Prop. 3
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for the particular house
keeper can be economic-
T. T. Nelsen
MV..M have no place on it.
Th ' next Literary meeting will be M
group of young friends from Pay- Mi, Fl..(lay DoC,mbr
ette and Ontario with a lively .party
Mr. and Mis. S. J. Simpson and
children were dinner guests Sunday
of Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Carico.
About twenty five of local farm
Buieau members attended the Coun
ty Farm Bureau meeting nt the hall
near Cairo lust Friday. This was
the largest delegation from any one
community. A profitable time wn
reported by those present, and all
enjoyed the splendid address by the
Governor-elect Pierc of Orgnn also
the music rendered by Farm Bureau
talent from all over the county.
P. M. Boals was re-elected on the
executive board of the county.
The community was hocked
hear of the death of Gus Kchweiscr i"!T op his stray cattle and was an
and sin equally enjoyable program
given . Tho debate will be, Resolved
Thai married life is better than the
F.vcihody come. The old fashioned
court, y newspaper is a feature ot
'! evening also.
Yiv. and Mrs. Lnrsen's daughter
tin. I Iv-.by arrived for a visit last
W in. Peutz is plugging nway work
ins on the road near the old Owyhee
lo:t office with no assistance ex
cept vhat he hires, tho one party in
teie ted in the road has promised to
mmv T .r his share there are a number
of . .Ii.ts who have promised to help.
Help now when you are needed.
I?.n? )lph Ilito took a couple teams
to ! i son in I-ong Valley last week
1 .'it Wilson, of Payette, is round
Monday morning. Mr. Schweizcr w
apparently recovered from hi c 1
Ions illness which occurred In Nov- !
emlr and had been romp'tiir with I"
his little grandaiiKhlcr Sunday evi
ning. About four o'clock he had an V
'ittHck of hcrt trouble and died m !
four o'clock Monday morning.
Deceased leaves his wif", four d.ni
Itliters Hi'itlwi, Knte, Cora and Anne
lid, I two sons William and Carl to 'i ' )
mo'iiii his loss, " 1
Tho funeml lie I, I sj 2 uYlixk l
Wi.liu scliiy afternoon si i In, 0ylun Ml
IT It t guest at the Oce Schwci-
- homo Saturday.
.i iim Rust was over from Boise
.1 . Claude Smith and ilaughtei
left Friday for a visit with
.rents Mr. and Ms. I. Wi nei
. Smith nnd J. Larscii shipped
menu Tuesday. W. I
I'lliot shipped a lo, of tur-
oin Nyssa MoiuUy
Andrews Grain Co.
Wish to Announce
That they are opening an up-to-date Grain and
Seed Husiness in the Hoyer building.
Hex Marquis represents us and will pay the
highest cash prices for seed and grain. Settle
ment in full as Hon as delivered. See him or
call us collect Ik? fore selling.
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b your baking powder abso
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foods fresh longer and mak
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Dedicated to the Progress and Upbuilding of this
Operated by men who luve at heart the best inUr
"sl of etery custoiner.
A liank of Safety. rWrtire, SHlisfartii.n.
Farmers & Stock Growers Bank
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