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SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1920.
MALHEUR ENTERPRISE, VALE, 6REG0W
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itud Kogers is Helping ueorge fen-
Items of Local and Personal In
terest, by county Correspond
ents of the Enterprise
Lincoln ..School ..Celebrates.. "April
Fool's Day" Girls and Boys In
dustrial Club Organized
T. T. N ELS EN
The Furniture Man.
Let a Tire Factory Vulcanizer Repair Your
We send post paid, new
30x3, Plain Casing $12.00
30x3V2 Non Skid $17.00
PARKER'S TIRE SHOP
New Shop Ontario, Oregon
Nice five room house, with batn
hot and cold water, two large lots.
A Good Buy at t
Terms if desired. f
C. C. MUELLER t
Fint National Bank'Bldg. j
WHAT ABOUT THAT INSURANCE?
I,lNCOLN, April 12 Mr. and Mrs.
Ross and Mr. and Mrs. Shaw, of On
tario, were Sunday guests at the
Anderson Cox home.
Miss Irene Braden began working
in the Tompkins Candy Kitchen in
Weisor Monday, March 29.
Miss Genevieve Mayberry spent
the weekend in Weiser with Miss
Esther Patch. They attended the
Whitman Glee Club concert.'
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Withers and
family spent Easter Sunday with
friends in Weiser.
Word was received last week by
Mrs. W. S. Mayberry that her moth
er, Mrs. J. R. Smith, of Lebannon,
Oreeon. was very ill with pneumo
nia. Mrs. Mayberry left Friday fo
Lebannon. She found her mother
much improved but will remain in the
Willamette Valley indefinately.
Miss Kistie Patch of Boise spent
Sunday with her sister Miss Jennie
Patch, returning to Boise Monday
Rav rant was a truest at a birth
day dinner at the Grant home Sun
day in honor or Oscar urant.
Oscar Yant is recovering from the
The Boys and Girls Industrial club
at the Lincoln school is progressing
nicely. The members have practi
cally all started their work and all
have sent in their first reports. The
second club meetinc was held Friday
! March 26. and was very interesting,
i l . i r. . i ti i..u : n i : , . nn
uiiu iieipiui. i. nt- uuu is a live .
and the prospects are promising.
The Lincoln School celebrated April
Fool's Day with a peanut showei
for their teacher, Miss Mayberry.
Everyone enjoyed the shower and
the question box which followed was
amusing and interesting. The onl
unpleasant feature of the day was
the wind breaking the new flagpole.
The school is' planning for a picnic
to be held on the last day of the
ton on Barber Flat,
I The range is in fairly good condi
tion owing to the cold, backward
i Guy Shumway made a busmee.
trip to the Wannsprings dam last
i everyone is Dusy fretting me
Miss Cox and Mrs. Barclay re- K"d edy tor "P.". see'n
turned home from Ontario where Mrs. E. Rogers visited with Mrs.
they had a nice visit. Shutnway last week.
Rhoda Armstrong has been helping While roping a wild horse T. It.
out at the Pioneer Grill this weeK Beers had the rtrfortune to have
Belle Lawrence, who had been visit- entangled in the rope and
: o; otrH hmo was drairired about for some few
tvVmh.w minutes but he was able to free
Robert Lawrence made a trip to himself before any great damage re
r i i . i, suited.
I' lnln MfiUhnfmnn tla 11 (ThtOl AT UCV1KC AtctUd una 4 v. iivu -z.."
Mr. and Mrs. Pan McPherson.. of '" We are glad to see his smiling
Riverside left Thursday for Baker . K"
where she is going to obtain medical
TO PRODI i. . i LIVINC, LIKENESS
in Photography is Hn Art
Picture Taking is our Business; we are Artists.
Satisfied customers It the medium through which we hope to
build up our Clientelle.
AMATEURS REMEMBER TO SEND IN YOUR FILMS.
They will be finished by a Professional.
SERVICE IS OUR MOTTO
SATISFACTION OUR SUCCESS.
Photos that are different.
The Bank of Service
The First National Bank of Vale, Oregon
Capital and Surplus $58,000.00
Commercial Department ....Saving Department
Safety Deposit Boxes to Rent
is to make our bank a material benefit
to the community in general and its
matrons in particular. It would be a
Measure to have your name on our
)ooks. We invite you to start a check
ing account with u.s The advantages
we offer will be convenience and
benefit to you.
ALBERT W. REED, Cashier.
Chas. W. Nelson, Pres. J. T. Logan, Vice-Pres.
Elis Rose James M. Weaver-
Leap Year Dance Given by Ladies
Aid Big Success O. H. S. Fur
BROGAN, Ore., April 8. Mrs. J.
P. Smith of Ironside returned to her
home after a week's visit with her
son, J. A. Smith, and family.
Isabelle Cole, who is attending
High School in Vale, spent the week
end with her parents here.
The Ladies Aid met at the home
of Mrs. J. A. Smith Wednesday.
Ivy Wise, Willie Woodcock and
Guy Wise were among the many
Ironside people who attended the
dance the 2nd of April.
Cecile Madden of Standfield, Ore
gon, is here working for R. H. Lock
Ruby Wilson attended the dance at
Vale last Thursday.
A nine pound baby girl was born
to Mr. and Mrs. V. Kesterson March
Mr. Parrott went to Vale on bus
Evan Allstrom of Wilder, Idaho,
was in Brogan last week.
An Easter program was given by
the Sunday School last Sunday at the
hall. Baskets of candy Easter Eggs
were cven to the children and ice
cream was served to all.
J. A. Smith and daughter. Beulah,
went to Ironside Wednesday.
Miss Julia Westfall was an over
night guest at the J. A. Smith home.
The Leap Year dance given by the
Ladies Aid on April 2nd, was a de
cided success. The music was fur
nished by the Ontario High School
Orchestra added a great deal to the
attraction of the last two dances in
lirogan. Despite the fact that their
loader was unable to accompany them
last Friday they gave us some very
good music which everyone enjoyed.
Mark Rathford and E. Lacy passed
through here Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wheelock of
Cow Valley were in Brogan Wednesday.
James Coleman went to untarto
Ralh Hot & Cold Water
ROOMS BY I) Y. WEEK OR MONTH
When in Yale P'ni) Villi Us
Your f'-:'. I '- Meagre
yjlV. JOHN KHIfi Prep.'
rarnur's k VnJiF.ro. I! Block. Vale.
Verna Newton visited with friends
in Crowley Sunday.
Mary McRae visited at the Wilson
Presiding Elder will hold ser
vices here Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hylton were
Mail Service Is Improved People
Expect Good Crop Results
CROWLEY, April 14. Crowley has
chrarivaried this wee. Mr. Hylton been having very cold weather lately,
left Mnndav for outside rjoints. Hazel Dutcher, who was a River-
Frank Shumway aim son, Guy, 'side visitor, has returned to her home
came in frm their home at Creston at 1. Jv. venators.
today. I Dave Jackson has returned from
Lloyd McRae was a Riverside vie- vaie,
Jamieson Wins Cyphering
Junior Choir to be
Crowley section has been having
good mail service recently.
Crowley school has three more
.weeks. All the children will miss
the teacher, Eve Knottingham.
Match Most of the ranchers have their
spring grain in and it Is hoped that
the crop wil be large.
Miss Nellie Powell has been a
JAMIESON, April 15, 1920 In the .visitor at the Star ranch,
spelling and cyphering match be-1, Mr. Maxan has returned to Crow
tween Brogan and Jamieson Schools, ley long absence.
Brogan won the 6-6th grade spelling I Crowley has been having real se
while Jamieson won the 7-8the grade jVer storms lately,
spelling and the cyphering match. ' Charlie Cook and Roscoe Starr
Mrs. Pope wishes that all the hav returned from Vale.
children would attend Sunday School' M"- Cook has been a visitor at
so that she can organize a Junior " Dutcher home during Mr. Cook'
The J. L. Pope, A. B. Cox and ' Biu sPivis left ,atelT for the lamb-
A. L. Guerber families and Miss."1 camps,
Jensen attended church on Easter
Sunday at Vale.
Mrs. Earl Lord has gone to Port
land to meet her father and mother
of Chicago who will visit in Jamie
son. Many cars of people were enjoying
the Highway between Brogan and
Cow Valley, Sunday.
Malheur I. O. O. F. Visits Neighbor
ing Lodge Epidemic Hits
MALHEUR, April 14 The I. O. O,
F. lodge of Malheur visited the Vale
lodge Saturday night, and were given
a banquet which was enjoyed by all
Mrs. H. M. Derrick suffered an at
tack of tonsilitis last week.
Geo. P. Dotson and family have
moved here from Austin.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Woodcock and
Mrs. Geo. Eddy were business visit
ors at Ironside one day last week.
Mrs. F. H. Holden of Baker visit
ed here a few days last week with
her mother Mrs. J. S. Williams.
Dr. Hulshizer and Geo. H. Bodfish
made a business trip to Baker last
Mrs. lone E. Oliver went to On
tario last week she expects to stay
Miss Irene Lynde returned Mon
day from Boise where she had been
visiting her sister Mrs. Ueorge German.
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Derrick visit
ed relatives at Jamieson one day
Ernest Locey was a business visit
or here from Ironside Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Glasscock
were doing some land business here
Louis and Herman Rose of Iron
side passed through here Sunday en-
route to Cake, on a business trip.
lhey were accompanied from the
Howard rsnea by r,a Rose and Hor
An epidemic of colds visited Mal
heur last week.
Industrial Club Holds Meeting-
Schools Hold Ciphering and
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CIC.ARS TOBACCO CANDY
CIGARETTES & NOTIONS
Subscriptions Taken Tor Anything Printed
The Post Office News Stand
A. S. Hunt, Prop.
The Ilsndy Place to Shop
Farewell Party Given Sunday School
Enjoy Hike and Picnic
BULLY CREEK. April 11. Mr.
and Mrs. Gillette gave a farewell
dance at their home April 3rd for
Mrs. Deters, who left Saturday for
I.aGrande, where she will spend the-
summer visiting relatives. h.yeryone
present had u very enjoyable time
Those present from Vale were: Mrs
Beach, Agnes Beach, Rose Jensen,
Scott Wilson, Luther ami Josepnine
Easter Sunday the school gave a
picnic. After climbing to the highest
mint eggs of all colors were handed
around. Those who attended the pic
nic from outside points were: Nora
Struthers.Mr. Hendrix, Walluce Le-
Mome, Max Johnson and Mrs. J. J.
Dioerson, who acted as chaperon.
Mrs. Johnson, of Vule, has been
visiting the past week with her
daughter, Mrs. J. J. Dickerson.
Mr. Earp and family have moved
to the Warmsprings ranch, where
they will spend the summer.
Young People Give Surprise Party
Shearing to Start Soon Leave
RIVERSIDE. April 13. Carl Cur
ti'inan is planning to take over the
Kiverside-Follyfarm mail route soon.
Hazel Dutcher, who had been vis
iting at the McRae home, returned
to Crowley Monday.
Mr and Mrs. Ed Hart left Monday
fur Harper where Mr. Hart expects
to btart fhearing sheep. Mrs. Hart
is expected to return home soon.
Bill and Charlie Brown spent a few
days at Riverside this week.
The young people of Riverside gave
'a surprise party in honor of Carl
, Curteiiian on Thursday evening, the
' occasion being to help celebrate his
' I'll thiltiv. All iiivscut fpent a very
1 1 en ioyable evening.
1 Mj. Armstrong visited the dam
Tjla-t week. He reports it has about
BROGAN. Oregon, April 14 Guy
Wise of Ironside was an over bunday
Mr and Mrs. Axtle Reed motored
to Boise Saturday returning monday.
Dorothy Bridwell of Jamieson was
in town Monday.
At the spelling and ciphering
match held at Jamieson Friday,
April 9, between the Brogan and
Jamieson schools. Jamieson won two
and Brogan one.
Leonard Cole who has been at Hot
Lake, returned home last week.
J. F. Reed was called to the bed
side of his daughter, Mrs. Preston
who is visiting at Caldwell.
Mrs. Kesterson and infant daugh
ter returned home from Ontario Sun
day. L. Hill, Louise Pennington, Mrs.
Deveny and son Harold, motored to
Cow Valley Monday.
The Industrial Club meeting was
held at the hall Friday, April 9th.
After the business ws traned
program followed after which re
freshments were served.
Returns to Homestead Range Re
ported to Be In Very Good Condition
CRESTON, Oregon, April 13 Pete
Rader, accompanied by his wife and
little daughter, returned to their
homestead near Creston.
Frank Shumway returned to his
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is backed up by a
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.rl riT-.c'-ip jnid a consistent
.; ft maktng the car
ir.tmst our interest,
i it regularly.
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I Vale Oregon
Schroeder's Tire Shop repairs your
old tires and guarantees their mil-
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for Houseclecmhm Time
If some kind person should come
into your house around spring
housecleaning time, wash and
pack away all the winter blank
ets; clean the motor rugs that
show grease spots after the
winter's use; take out the sum
mer curtains, do them up as yo.i
would, beautifully finished; and
wash your feather pillows to a
-flit now fluftiness
vouJdu'c you be grateful?
Our modern Hundry methods
ice to relieve you
ol.'v?-.- det-iils of
ii.;?, :ii!k-.vs, rugs
nd other ke- vi?:' pieces today
and sen! iht.M to is.
are ft your
of those s
up yo'io t":i;;
that Loch IJkz New
We wash yonrlcca curtains in tt -...-cy suds, and pure
soft wr'.er. 0::r mo-.U-rn n y methods enable
us to return your ct.rti.i:1 . . ctl? their original size,
with scallops eves, and b auiitu'-ly finished.
How ahovf: tkz-se heavy
Are yoi. coins to s!r-:yj
heavy rig and voolcr.
launder them for you,
them in urs.
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yo' iiclf, aad send
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ashed. Wiiy not i ;:
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aud keeps then soic
:": your b'ankets
i'.i.; jrious work for
: : saves the nap,
Eidc rac ivr Quilts
Our modern v.ir.h'.ijf'; ?k.-::v.i ' : tire ideal for your
eiderdown quilts, v' : :i ; c i-aturally want
cleaned BciO-e si;';.i'-. Tlrs ib another bit of
heavy v.ork tli.it you id ihM it tjcmunical to have
us do for von.
Feather ji'i'.'v.vs war.'--. ! b
are soft ond uov.-ny u i;
drying in clean w.irm r.ir
in your eid pillows hy h.
o - ?; ccUdized methods
i :! in rich suds and
uiii'ni.';. i;ut new life
'. inj t:3 wasli iuem our
PEARL OIL (kerosene)
is clean burning. For
use in oil heaters, cook
stoves and lamps. Ask our
dealer (or Pearl Oil.
STANDARD Oil COMPANY
And those r
You can send your it o'or n : 'o us also, to be
washed fiee of the y i-t :it- .tine and grease.
We have speci.il t p.-;.-rr.c;.t ior haadiing these
exua weiU;y t!i:n-s.
Drec,r Up Your Car
in Frcih Covers
This U the ti:;-r
Before yoj p!.-.c
season, "send th: .;,
freslii) lamuii'.e J.
ileal cuiomobile covers.
.a ' '-r car 8f,aiit for the
jl-' cine pi. :cc-s to us to be
Let us wa ih Your Mops
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