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cause They Want to Read the Best
Review of ..Northwestern and World
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Southeastern' Oregon Irrigation,
Stock. Faamlng, Oil, Mineral and
Community Progress, the Latest
Market Quotations; all Filings in the
U. S. Land Office, Vale District Mal
heur County Official Notice; Real
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Suggestions and Support ar Solle
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Treats Everyone With the Santa
Fairness, is Always Progressive, and
Urges Your Activity in the Develop
ment of Malheur County's Great Po.
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Let all the Malheur Town and Settle,
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Prosperous and Better County.
The Horn Newspaper, Read in hvwy Nook of Malheur County.
VOL. XI. NO. 22.
VALE, OREGON SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1920.
SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR
Increase in Staff
An eight pound boy was born to
Mrs. William Francis Seeman, wife
of "Ye Editor".- in Phoenix, Arizona,
on the evening of April 8rd, and al
though the mother is not doing very
well, the little newspaperman is do
ing fine, according to latest advices.
. I While this news is appeanng
rather late the same should have
Machinery For Pumping Plant Ar- appeared in the issue of the 10th of
rives One Piece- Wei ehs Nina April the Editor is having it ap
nves une i lece neign mn , : An llt.mi, t . w.
Tons Bonds Certified ;face. He received the news in time
!but it did not ocfur to him to print
Matters pertaining ' to the Worm- it, not being used to printing any
prings project are progressing and thing of his own family and having
many of the ditches are practically fixed habit of writing of others
ready for the turning in of the water, only.
The machinery for the Willow Creek . According to the news of the ar
pumping station "has arrived and one rival, as contained in the letters from
piece of the great pump weighs nine Phoenix, he is more or less of a prod
tons. The work of the installation Ky. having already learned to adapt
f the pump has begun. himself to circumstances in this
County Treasurer Mueller has re- orient new worm just entered ana,
turned from Salem where he went 'rom indications he seems to be
th the $200,000 of the Warmsprings f'aa ne is nere. ine fcditor will
project bonds for certification and no De surprised to soon hear in one
the same have been certiified by the of the letters that the new member
Secretary of State. 01 lne iaineur enterprise stan is on
Water was turned in a number of bis way here to tell the editor just
the ditches during the week, the Ne- how to run the paper to give the sub-
ada ditch being' mong them and the scribers a better paper as time goes
water was turned oil in tne ueiter- ". uiciutiimiiy. 10 vane nis ursi,
aan-Froman ditch for two days of lesson in trout fishing, for although
(his week while checks were being the new arrival may be a better edi
kuilt in the dich tr he will have to hustle to hook
Word has been received that the more of the finny tribe than his
flume on the J. II. ditch crossing at dad.
Snd Hollow was finished this week Both Mr. and Mrs. Seeman wanted
and tha camp moved on down the a camp cook and in the game of take
canyon Sand Hollow ditch and that wnai is given, iney arew a rip-roar
tk building of the siphon under Sand "HT Arizona-Oregon fisherman.
Hollow is under-way. I
Plenty of rain and snow is report
ed in the hills and mountains above
the dam and the prospects for more
thaa enough water for all purposes
this year are practically assured.
The stage of. the water in the dam
is now 34,000 acre feet and at the
time the reading was taken it had
, been raining 24 hours and there has Lived in Malheur County For Forty
been considerable rain and snow Two Years Passes to His
WARMSPRINGS IRRIGATION PROJECT DAM
COMPLETED AT COST OF $750,000.00
OLD RESIDENT TAKES
COUNT OF "THIRTY"
SHETTLER IS RETURNED
James O. Moudy, one of the veterans
nd pioneers ofx Malheur county, pass
d over the "Great Divide" Saturday
Iiri TaCrrk Ail P&CUDITI April 10th, after a life of usefulness
KlLlAjLIJ Ull LAjiltSAiL nd Productiveness, and after a con-
. inuous residence in mis county 01
.2- years, tilling the soil and reaping
Twin Falls Judge Delivers Accused l le harvests of his plantings, and
Man to. Shenff-rWaiveg Prelim- at the time 0f his passing he ': 't a
.nary Hearing ' host of friend many ot half . life
- ' time standing, who will miss Vim.
After Beveral unsuccessful at- He came to Malheur county in iJ7p
tempts on the- part of. Sheriff Lee fter having lived a number of
Noe, who has ; gone into the Idaho jears in Boise, Idaho, where his "lar-
eourta four times, Shettler, the man ents removed in 1864 from nn'n
ehareed with the theft of some $3,- llinois. where he was born in 1861
600 worth of fixtures and tools be- He was well known throughout all
longing to the Pacific Oil una Gas of Eastern Oregon, and was 'known
company and which was taken from for his sterling qualities and integ
their well here,' was finally deliv- rity.
ered to Deputy Sheriff Glenn by A wife, Eldora Moudy survives
Judge Babcock at twin rails last him, as do his four sons, Lynn, Mer
Saturday and was returned to Mai-j ton, Erwin, and E. G. Moundy, all 0'
heur county on Sunday. Shettler whom are well known in Vale, am'
waived preliminary when taken up who are in the service of vanou
for arraignment annd was thereafter business houses in Vale.
released on furnishing $3,500 cash
bail bond. He will be tried some
tone during the coming term of court
for it is certain that the grand jury
will return an indictment on a show
ing of the case.
Various goods and tools were re
covered to the extent of about $4000
ia Idaho, where Shettler is reputed
to have hidden them.
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Stores Malheur River Water For 31,000 Acres of Oregon's Fertile Lands
County and local news of the hour.. 1
Timely Editorials on issues of the
Commerford continued. 5 and 10
"enrs Ago and Trade at Home....S
County Community News from
Lincoln. Broprnn, Bully Creek,
Kiversido, Jamioson, Crowley, Mal
heur Citv. Creton and Broe-nn ... 4
County Community News from Big
Menu. U. S. Land Office Filings
Tncoma Boycotts Spuds, Among
the Parties and Candidates and
Political Announcements 5
Oregon News Notes of General in
Real Estate Transfers and Legal
County Community News from On
tario and news Items continued
from pnp-o 1 8
Farm Bureau News from Brogan,
Bonita. and various parts of Mai
hour County, and timely Items
of Farm Interest 9
Society, Churches, Local Personal
MEN VISIT VALE
C. C LUNCHEON
Ask For Steel Bridge Plan Vale'
Celebration on July 6th Will
Join Ontario On 3rd.
As a result of the meeting Wed
nesday evening of the Vale Chamber
of Commerce it was definitely de
cided that in order to accept Ontar
io's invitation to join with them in
the celebration on July 3d, a resolu
tion was passed not to have any
entertainment here on that day.
At the Tuesday luncheon meeting,
dolegation of Ontarians met with
the Chamber and invited Vale to
celebrate with them on July 8d.
i Thnre wns evidenrpH n crpnprnl- fpnl.
,jews anu l.ocai iews urevitips id I injr on both sides for cooperation
Merchants Newsy Ads, containing 1 altho for a time it looked as if
news of the marts of the world Vale'; plans for a celebration had
appear on every page. i proceeded to the place where they
could not be given up. It was plan-
Thursday evening a bunch of Hiph
LOCAL BALL CLUB
TO OPEN SEASON
Baseball Fans To See Parma-Vale
Game Next Sunday To
ri dm nrrnnn nrinirrT
O. A. C. Farm Management Dem
onstrator Here to Explain Farm
Professor R. V. Gunn, the Farm
! Mnnnramonf namnncfrffltrti1 nf flip
toterprise Ed,.t,r, Vale Business ' 0r AgTicuiture College ar
Man fcnjoy -I rip To Snow-Capped rived in Vale on Thursday of this
Peaks Piscatonally Bent week for an extended stay, primarily
to assist the Countv Farm A pent in
Much interest is manifested in the
opening of the baseball league, when
Parma plays Vale on the letters
home diamond in the city park, on
Sunday the 18th of April. A' bann'-r
crowd is expected to turn out for
this--, the coming game and a larga
number of enthusiastic fans are ex
pected to accompany the Parma te-im
from its home town, to root for
their idols of the diamond.
At the last regular meefing jf
the city council, held Wednesday, it
wa- determined and. enacted that
a lump belonging to the city, was
to hi placed on the far side of the
field and the city water source
connected up to it and to the grand
stand, thereby providing means for
watering all parts of the ball dia
mond and all of its outer field,
and the council further agreed to
purchase a quantity of blue-grass
eed, which is to be planted on the
field and in the diamond, so that
a green-diamond will be the eventual
result. A. E. McGillivray, volunteer
ed to donate the blue-grass seed for the
purpose, which proposition was ac
cepted with a vote of gratitude and
ihe boys of the scarlet cloth have
been practicing and are supposed to
be in shape to put up a game to
test the acumen and mettle of raima
and her loyalist noise-makers, who
will have to make some noise at
that, to drown out the noise that
the Vale fans are expected to make
in support of the various plays of
At the meeting held at the grand
stand, the first part of the week.
Clarence Murray was elected captain
of the Vale team.
Shall Chaos or Reconstruction in
Europe Follow the Great
FUND IS $700 SHORT
American Legion Has Ordered Gran
ite Monument With BronzeTablet
and Bronze Spreadcd Eagle
I The American Legion has received
; word that the monument ordered
some time ago, is now being worked
on and will be deliverol on time, so
ned that a delegation should meet
with the Ontario Commercial Club
next Tuesday at their regular meet-
RrVinnl Hii-lo n-.thnA ot iUn vi.. , inn: to inform them of the action
Natitorium for a Plunge party every j takn bv lhe Vnle Chamber of Com
ono present reported a good time. ,merce-
. I According to the plans as out
lined by H. II. Tunny and H. T
IDDIPAT?nM DDAICr'T Peterson and others who spoke, On
ImUuUKJil nvUJiXl t?"' is Planning on the greatest cel-
I ehration in the history of that city.
MP A PC rfi'VIDI ETlfiV,ThP5T exp:t to have new cluster
nEiutJ VU-llrLljilUIl i street lights, and the paving com-
! ploted in the business district mak-
j ing possible open air dancing on the
State IJnn!iin; Commissioner And ! pavement. B:ill games, horse races,
State Engineer Inspect Warm- : parade and other features will com
sprinus Project plete the day. Among the visitors
present were Lnrue Blackaby, H. H.
Co1 a -i io t, -j Tunny, J. R. Blnckaby, F. L. Body
hiw' Apnl.lS.-Rnpid progress.,, Lf Peterson, J. A. Lackness, Ed
L wK ,h- co(mnl'tlon. i Franer, W. J. Pinney, Mr. Christen
the Warmspnngs Imgiit ton project ' a'd E. A Feru80n.
in Malheur county, accordng to ....
The Vale Chamber of Commerce
Percy A. Cooper state entrineer. nnd
Will H. Bennett, state superintendent
of banks, who returned Monday held a special meeting Wednesday
from Eastern Oregon, where they j April 14th, at which C. M. Robinette
have been inspecting irrigation nnd presided as president, and the report
drainage districts as members of the of Robert D. Lytle was heard. As
state irrigation securities commis- j chairman of the committee to facili-
PRIMARY PAUiF ftWRPiT- that the memri' will bo dedicated ,slon . ' tnte road and brulge matters, he re
rrllMAnT LAUbfc Or OWKES1 on our Nation.s Birthday, aa a fit- Wate will be turhfi into the. Prt t?'t the county court with the
ting tribute to the hrnve bovs 'ho , ditches this week, and only a few fri"on of the -Highway" Corn
gave their lives for the eause' of hu. ' finishing touches remnin to comnlete minion wns rendy to construct a
With the Passing of "Small Business" manity and its struggles lor better th" entire project. An nddition'il wooden bridge of three sixty loot
" jn: .j, r , , 1 o.'fin nnn : i i .:;. i. cpuns across the Malheur river at
loft ii nimnMi'ntn V.. .,.,. n 't.he hnn rd Mnnrlftv nftprannn nnnn h. Vale. The Clinmber of Commerce
Went the Feeling of Community
Interest, Which Meant
By FRANK COMERFORD.
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...u:..i, -iiifoturn iu ,,r mi,,,,.., went on record wnn a resolution or
Ireap the lasting benefits of the re-; amount, it was said, being suf f icient o'Jtetion ito the erection of any bridge
suits of the sacrifices those boys so , to complete the project. constructed of t.mber alone, which
nobly made. The monument and i The Kingman colony drainage dis- SwTuTn ?h?
memorial committee of the Julian , trict in Malheur countv was al o of wh'rh ls ln he hands of Commit
Lowe Post No. 3f, of the American inspectedns were the Sparta Dur-1 f ft'l'.ft f Hicfhwv Pom
Legion reports that the people of kee and Bridgeport irrigation H- .Co"It..a.?id-Jh! ZTl
ounty have, donated $475 tricts in Baker county. " ' "' ,Tl. (. p L"' "'S
Leaving Vale shortly after mid- the introduction of the Farm Record
sight last Saturday night, and load-; project and incidentally to assist in
ed down with the perquisits of the ; the survey of the lower irrigation
modern deciple of the Ike Walton, districts. Professor Gunn will at
William Francis Seeman, and C. M. tend the meetings of the various
(Ike) Kobinette, boiled over the road branches of the county farm bureau
to the Brogan fruit country, which with County Agent Briethaup, start
rives one a good impression even ing with a meeting called at Cairo
by the light of a waning moon, 0n Friday, April 16. and will contin
thence to the Willow Creek Reser- Ue to attend the various meetings un
voir, where shinners were caught( by til all the branches have been seen and
tke light of the same moon) and vo the merits of the Farm Record Project
the tuneful zephyrs flown direct explained in detail, Nyssa, Dead Ox
from the cooler regions of the do- Flat, Adrain and Vale being the first
main of King Boreas. The lake be- to be attended. The other parts of
ing a swirling mass of froth and the county will be vi-dted as th Farm
foam, with no indication of any Agent makes the trips to Brogan,
change, the two nimrod3. crawled in Bonita and others. Professor Gunn
tk four-wheeled bug and then were will talk of the Farm Records, intro
on the way to the beaver dams some ducin? the subjects. "Know Where
13 miles up w mow creeK ana buovi- you Stand, Income lax Keport, lwu uy meeting, on luesaay ana
Ironside, where there is plenty of and "Cost of Production-Price." .Wednesday, April 13th and 14th, at
tha speckled beauties which prooved The Farm Record books may be which the various units of tha as
te be waiting for the willow-flies ; had at the office of the Malheur En- sociation participated and it was de
and the black-guttU, taken so eagerly j terprise in Vale, and are al o for dis- cided that the next conference will
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wiut souii uiereuiLer eacn oi ma ang- triuution at the Untario XSatlonal "ou in ixyna next year, at tne
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SUNDAY SCHOOL ASS'N
Officers Elected For The Ensuing
Year At Sunday School Con- .
ference In Ontario
Ministers and Sunday School work
ers of the County of Malheur, held
Not innnr vpnrs iiirn komipi lilnu- hmi Malheur county
pened which chanced the relations be- ,and t?l?t th! m..n"me.nt th.!lt is order-
tween employer and employee. That ! w" . i f " i " U,r
, ' , .',l., :K.ent appeal is made to the peopl
n nnnrnvofl v thn rnrnmisRinn. nrA
led will cost $1100. therefore an ur-' tu" X'..T!1 r?ful'8tinF the adopt.on of plansf or
i .... . ... i w '.'.ii iiiuini iwai ntitui rv t- ; rnn rnriKi viifi iin ni n rnnnprn hi ff i
tetn at North Powder aiul the pro-: structure at Vnle, which is the point
iiuiiuvuiiit; hub iihu u uiaiKtru ruei'i uu- u : :..:" . " m
upon Industrial discontent. Soi.ietl.lns 'to this cause .t rt ,1 XZS" PSed eeni"" of the municipal wnt- 0f the joining of the two highways.
was lost out of the relation between
the owner and the men who worked
for III in. The huniiiu element, the per
sonal touch, between the boss mid the
workers stopped. With Us passing un
rest srew with great vigor. It was a
new kind of unrest, too. It was a last
ing, determined, resolute discontent.
This eiime to pnss In the diiy that
small business entered the twilight.
Ill thp flnv nf thp Kiimll liliilll. hllHl-
ness was owned and run by a mini, or Malheur county, and haying a large
a number Of men, doing business as a ,SPr?ad :ag ? ?" i P ,"v(P, bal:
ii i. .a- unpinjf all. It ia a ronl work of nrt
earliest pos(.iDi" cimniw ctm f .-.
time or that they at least notify the f i.n,n t.,.i .
committee that it may expect a cer- the htate (,n!?;ner"., ofri(.e hy th
am sum on a certain later date, when it!lto 1)OHr(J of h(.a!th for approV;il.
it will be more convenient to pny that , -
which it is felt every resident in these j
parts desires to give to this cause. ! AT) Til II HIMPT IlTIlinrn
The monument ordered is of gran- ; UKCHARDlM INJURED
ite, stands six feet high, is three'
eet wide and one and one-half feet
hick, having a bronze tablet there
n for the inscription of the names
f all the brave departed soldiers of
President Robinette then called for
the will of those present in the mat
ter of the contemplated celebration
fon the Fourth of July nnd it was
decided to again canvass the business
'men and ascertain their will in the
lers had a full creel. Malheur City,
the oldest town., in Malheur County
was parsed on -tha way to upper
Willow Croek, and it ia an interest
ing sight, as it is a typical mining
town spread over the rolling slopes
and hill-sides in- a section entirely
surrounded by snow-capped sentinels.
Going up Willow Creek, one notes
the vast expanse of range and ia
the canyon proper, the stream weno
its way in and out of the fine ag
ricultural lands, on some of which
ranches some very fine country
homes stand as a monument to the
thrift and endeavor, of the owners.
Before arriving at the town of
Ironside which takes its name from
the notable land mark. "Old Iron
sides" projects sky-ward entirely cov
ered with a white mantle. Snow was
found on both sides of the Canyon
some of the rifts of which were
mot far from the stream of icy-cold
water in the trinkling stream.
It is about 60 miles from Vale to
the good fi.-ihing and the trip ii
distinctly worth-while to anyone who
loves the great all-out-doors. The
Editor together with Publisher
George Huntington Currey expect to
pend Saturday in this section on
Wiisiaees and v. ill probably tpehd
Siuiday trying their skill with the
rod acu ml at the beaver dams
Bank at Ontario.
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Methodist Church. The following of.
ficers were elected to serve thruout
the year: Hugh Allen, of On
tario, President; Mrs. Robert D.
Lytle, of Vale, Vice-president; and
Mrs. R. J. Davis, of Nyasa, Secretary-treasurer.
Rev. Harold Humbert of Portland
i State Secretary was present to pre
side at the meetings and gave a
series of most interesting talks along
Sunday School work in Oregon to
day. Musical numbers and chorus.
work were features of each after
noon and evening reunion. Among
those in attendance from Vale were
former President Mrs. B. F. Farmer,
Mrs. R. D. Lytle, and former Secretary-treasurer,
Mrs. A. H. Chester.
REV. GEORGE H. YOUN-J
Baptist pastor, long known in Ore
pon, now speaking for Intsrchurch
World Movement, .
Entertains At Bridge
Mrs. Earl Neely Entertained two
tables at Bridge at here home Friday
evening. Near the close of the even
ing dainty refrethments were served
and everyone is reported to have had
a very enjoyable evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCrea mot
ered to Payette, last Sunday where
they took Mrs. McCrea's father to
his home. They were accompanied
on the trip by Zola Fletcher and
community In which their men lived.
They worked with their men. In the
front of the plant was the ollice of the
Boss. He was on the Job. lie wasn't
a hired boss, either he was the real
boss the owner. The sln under
which the huHinefts was run bnre his
nmne. It Identified hlin with the busi
ness. The Moss had his home in the
city in v.liUh the plant wns locnted.
Ills ehlldri n went to the public selmol,
frequently In the same school M which
the child. i n of his workman went. If
he was n i l urch-golng mnn wnl pen
erally he wns lie and his fmn ly went
to religious sen-Ices on Sunday to the
wane rhiircli that ninny of his i:ien and
their families attended. The l ien who
worked for dim knew hlin, at least to
the extent of recognizing hii i when
they saw 1:1a i. He knew many of them,
anil reciij;-iized them with a nod or
"Good uioi i Ing," when he sav.- I hem
ou the HI .vet. Few people leuli.ed
how much I his meant to liiirnwiilmis
relations in the Industrial world.
When wniii Hg men had a grievance,
or thought :hey had, they took It di
rectly to l'ie Boss. He talked II over
with tin in. He was reasonable nnd
fair. If the complaint was well found
ed It was v ven coiiHlderiitlun, n i, in
edy wns frmnl. Thu working man w.i
wi Untied. I o had had his say. He
was treated as a human being hy a
human beln t. He felt he was -art of
the busliievK so did the Ross.
Regulat d by Public Opinion.
Id the h y of small business, the
owner of a factory or plant lio paid
his men iin unliving wukb was u
marked man In thn community, 1'uli
He opinion IniHtlHed hlin for his self
IkhiM'N n mi Inhumanity. The people
said lie wa a sweater, a kluve driver,
and held hlin 111 contempt. They ton-
trssted his good clothes, the style of
hlit family and IiIh line inn union, with
the rags his working men wore, the
hovels In which they lived. He wus
ixillited iiufi huled, (1eHilmd. 1'Uu
and is a lasting memorial that every
resident of Malheur county can point
to with pride and those who do
what they can, as long as it is
IN SPRAY EXPLOSION ILSFFIII. ROOKIFTS ARE
Prominent Fruit Grower of Brogan
Injured In Sprayer Explonion
Brought To Vale
something, will he everlasting v e-lml.was seriously injured, when the an
they helped to make its erection nnd pratus he was operating in the
dedication in the county court house ' spraying of fruit trees in his large
quare possible. The committee re- , orchard located at Brogan, Wednos
nuests that all donations he sent in (lav. April 14th exploded. For an
immediately addressed to the post. iu",'ra" cause me lorce tana con- f()r distribution
Recent Publications of O. A. C. "Ir-
nd How M
While operating an outfit designed rigntion-Drainage" and How Much
spray trees, L. U. Willis of Brogan Water to Use" Sei
Two new publications of the Ore
gon Agricultural College, containing
much useful information of vital im
port to the farmer, are now ready
one of which is:
INSTITUTE APRIL 26
taming the spray solution burstod Dllt of Wllte- in irrigation," tells
wnr frarB,,tH' nml. I1'"-" how much water to u e, showing that
struck W.llis in the face and abou,; Kjx illchus of irrig.,tion are required
the head cutting a rather sever,. f 2n hpN f potntoos
ga.1 h in the upper lin and caused th
los l of some teetl , with conscqucn
loss or uiood tiy lie time he wa
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"Zu '!".Tn iS. " .I" brought to Vnla in Dr. Steelhi,n.nier,i
iiiciiiiiiin it n 1'iniunn iviiii iiin 11,
of Coming Year.
five nnd one-h'i'f inches for one ten
of alfalfa and le's th"n five inch"
for a ton nf clover, and the other of
which is: "The Improv"me"t nnd Ir
rigation Requirement of Wild Mead
ow Land," which is a book devoted
a- .i- : i : : : ...Ulu B,,u
School Board members and t- eh- Willis is quartered nt thn Drexel V" ,ra,""K .'" 'V',' Br1'""-"
,.f ,hn ...ill L, llr,. nd l,.i,,.r 1,.WI ..f.,., l, Jens lire in.uni in
m i l o,. e " . 1 . i- , , , , r , 1 shoWI th-lt Inn t O' T1"r- 1 "
trio Monday. Ann 2 for u joint bers of his family and by friend-.. h,,f a rnMiot, ,-(-r- of wiM --!
Institute and Board Member ton-. nmI ,,,, ,,, in 0,. r,,
vention at whieh State . Superintend-j M. K. lliu mme ton, who come claimed bv draiiri'-e "nd ir-'p- 'inn
em; j. n. nurcniii win pi iie us rrom Koosevelt. Utah. Is the nev .i . t ,ii,l . th.V r.rn..,t..
I'rim.-ijiui npeuKiT. n. m n: n" : (ii uggist in the employ of A. K. .lc
car. Upon :.irial in Vale he was
given adequate treatment and is
now doing nieely.
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1 1 1 1 . ii iu,iiiei-i in. ine Lirexei
that other speakers of (.t ile promin- Uillivruy. Mr. liarinme -ton h is rn-ide
enCn can be secured for the lay.
County Superintendent Sir.,. Hur
ley states that every Board member
in the county who can possibly be
in attendance at the meeting should
be there as the problems coming up
for discussion will vitully effect their
vrrk the coming year and lire of ut
most importance to every school din
trice. Teachers whose schools are in
this section of the county and who
have travel access to thu meeting
no expected to attend ami in some
of tho nearer districts school will
probably be dismissed for the day
to enable the int-tructors to be in
no plans for the present of moving
his family from Utah.
(Continued on Page 3)
W. C. Phillips of Brogan spent
Sunday in Vale,
Mrs. J, F. Miller, Lois Kiny and
Vinn Mueller went to Ontario and
Payette fhopping Tuenday.
Mrs. Homer Settle resigned at the
Vale Trading Co. uml left for her
home In Payette to which place her
husband prereeded her one week.
Ross Thompson returned to his
ranch on Dry ( reek Tutday after
unending a week with his parents in
R.sv. Ira A Id rich of the Firt M.-th
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ness by nlTti"" "r 'r-i- '
Both of the ne " '
off the presses of the college after
having been edited by W. L. Powers,
chief of soils, whose activities have
lead to the reclamation of thous
ands of acres of waste lands nnd
both of tho bulletins will be sent free
to the farmer or citizen desiring the
j Mineral Resources of Oregon.
! The Oregon Bureau of Mines and
if! oology, have issued a bulletin, en
titled "The Mineral Resources of
Oregon" which is a report of the oil
and gas possibilities of Western Ore-
gon, nnd those who desire copy of
mis dookici may oniain tne same oy
requesting the above mentioned bu
reau to forward a copy to the re
DR. A. J. 6ULLEN8
District Superintendent of Congre
gstlonal Extension 6oclety, now tour-
II AVE YOU REGISTERED?
There are only a few more days
to register, as the books close on
TUESDAY, APRIL 20.
April 21 isthc last day for candi
dates to file with the ('ounty Clerk.
There are rumors of several new
candidates for Treasurer, Assessor
odiff Churi h of La (Jrande M'ent ; ng Oregon for tne Intei-chiTtl, WorlJ i Commissioner and other offices, but
Mon iay in aie anu nciu eonien- Movement,
n av nt ruv ."leinounsi v.uuriii
they will have to make their desirei
public in the pext few days,