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About Malheur enterprise. (Vale, Or.) 1909-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1922)
'MALHETTR ENTERPRISE, VALE, OREGON", SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1922.
Your Lady Friends
With a Box of
CLUB NEWS NOTES
ITEM'S OF INTEREST ABOUT
1 HE BOYS AND GIRLS.
ple who love fine
candles hnve ao
Nulh ii nil
There Is r Owjrnanr Package to meet every
one's prefen ye. And, the candy Inxide each
package Is Individual In quality and varloty.
Your wife, sweetheart or mother will more
than appreciate a box of delicious Owyhee
Chocolates. No sift Is more appreciated for
all your lady friends. The very packages
themselves are Inviting to say nothing of the
choice sweets inside.
For ante at all good dealers
Made, by the IDAHO CANDY CO.
A large percent of the time the
last two weeks has been spent in or
ganizing Club work for this year.
i Dairy Herd Record Kepping and the
; FewinjT are the main Clubs being or
' ganized now with two cooking clubs,
i .Ionian Valley has two of the larg
i est clubs in the county. There are
i 24 members enrolled in the Sewing
: club a id 17 members in the cooking
! club. About half of the 17 enrolled
in roi king are boys. Mrs. Winona
I Hood, who is teaching In JordanVal-
ley this year, is carrying on the
cookiii, club work and Mrs. Walter
Loon: has charge of the sewing club
Vail-y View has two clubs organ
ized. Eight members are enrolled in
the J 'iry herd record keeping club
nnd f.ve in the sewing club. Miss
Margi-et Griffin has charge of the
sewing club and Tommy Amidon has
the dairy herd record keeping.
Jefferson has three clubs, sewing
Cookiriy and dairy herd record keep-
The hay on the Kingman, Otis, and : School at 7:30 p. m.
Martin ranches was sold this week! Special Program by the League at
Saturday at 10:30 o'clock. Good
readings and Missionary meetings.
MALHEUR PUBU8H1NO COMPANY
LLOYD BICHE8. Editor
MALHKUP COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
Special Community Correspondents. Mem
ber Oraawi Slate Editorial Association.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT
VALE, MALHEUR COUNTY OREGON
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By E. R. Waite.
That Uio many business men Bpend
much time on the "Mourners Bench".
That some men should talk more
business and less gossip.
That some of them try to "high
brow" their way instead of using
That a little carelessness in talk
ing sometimes does much harm.
That at times convenient memory
comes in handy, sometimes is gets
you in wrong.
That it doesn't pay to hunt griuf,
it finds you quick enough.
That the majority of business men
are boosters and city-buildors.
That their thoughts are not all for
cold efficiency in business and the
making of dollars.
That they are juHt plain living and
thinking people like the rest of us
That they are human and have an
inborn love for their home city.
That they give freely of their time
and money toward the upbuilding of
the community in which they live.
That they do much toward making
their city a better city and advertis
ing their city and county, so that
additional industries, residents and
capital can be brought into their
section to aid in its development.
assistance is desired, to the O. A. C.
to P. J. Connolly for $9.00 per ton.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Connolly are at
their headquarters for the winter on
the Waltz farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller and
little Louise have gone to Cascade,
Idaho, to spend th ewinter.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schweizer
and little Miss Lois spent the week
end visiting and chopping in Ontario.
Mr. Schw?izer has just returned from
Emmett where he has been for sev
Miss Alma Homan and her sister
Ruth of Ontario spent the week end
at the McGinnis home.
Miss Bernice Martin was home for
the week end and Miss Threlma Mc
Creary was her over night guest
Miss Ruby Moses is home from
Boise for the holidays.
Kolony people who attended the
Farm Bureau meeting at Cairo last
Friday feel that it was a worth while
program. Governor-elect Walter M.
Pierce was enthusiastically received
and Kolony residents are loud in
praising the music that was part of
the program. Those in attendance
from the Kolony were: Messrs and
Martin, Beaumont, and
6:30 p. m. Miss Hazel Daley, presi
dent. Everybody out to the Community
Christmas Tree on Saturday evening): .
at the Community Hall. Let's make
this the best and happiest commun
ity gathering ever held in Vale, but
the first of many better ones in the
cominir davs when it will ha Innnanmn
ior me man wnnout -ine vale spirit'
Midweek service Wednesday, 7:30
p.m. Choir practice at 8:00 p. m.
You are wanted at these.
Preaching every Sunday morning
and evening at Vale.
Preaching every first Sunday, 2:30
p. m. at Jameison.
Preaching every second and fourth
Sunday, 2:30 p. m. at Brogan.
Preaching every third Sunday at
Grove, 2:30 p. m.
Regular hours for services at Har
per and Westfall will be announced
Re-Organized Church of Latter
11:30 a. m Sunday school service
t 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 churth
'Ihursdny are rorriinllv invited.
Orville Green the boys dairy herd
Wade school has"' two clubs, the
sewing and dairy herd record keep-
ino rlllhs. MilrA TCniia has Vinrrra
Grade Farm Produce In Marketing j of the lattef an(J Mr(J
Grain, hay and potato standards , the n . , tf
are of great interest to Oregon farm-, s.Memmt v., rlX
tng. lncre are five members en- Mesdames
rolled in each club. At present no Overstreet, and Messre. Page, Zeire
locul eaders have been found for , lein, Schaffer, Kingman, Morgan and
those clubs. judd,
Riverdale has two clubs, the dairy,
herd record keeping club and the "
sewing club. Miss Lucile Grant has 1 i'lllillllllliniliriliilllllirillllllllillini.Tllllllllililllilllllllllllllll'lll'l!!!
charge of the girls sewing club and
ers as an important step in orderly
marketing, especially cooperatively.
These standards and how to apply
them will be t aught by instruction
and practice at the farm crops course
for farmers at the college Jan. 2
Certified potato seed production,
good potato storage, production of
hay and pastor seed, newest in grow
ing of the big vetches, starting the
clover crop and getting an alfalfa
stand in western Oregon, are other
Purchasing baby chicks from a re
liable breeder is one of the cheapest
and best ways of getting started in
the poultry business. Of course one
should have adequate brooders and
houses to rear the chicks, as well as
a knowledge of brooding in order
that normal well grown pullets be
made ready for the laying house in
sewing and dairy herd record keep
ing. Mrs. Harris has charge of the
sewing and Mr. Harris the boys'
Kingman Kolony has organized a
sewinjr club for the winter months.
No club has been organized for the
boys as they want a pig club in the
Basin Creek school has a sewing
club of three members. The school
is very Bmall and this is the first
year that club work has been there.
Mrs. G. J. Meyers, wife of the teach
er has charge of the work.
Reservoir school has a thriving .
club under tha lnarierahin nt trio
teacher Mell Carter. There are five
members In the club.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.
Father John O'Connor, Pastor.
8::00 o'clock, Saturday morning,
Ileguiar 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
"The Church With a Welcome."
A. B. Weaver, Pastor. j
Phone No. 90.
Pastors residence next door to the '
Vale, Sunday December 24th.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. !
Morning worship, 11:00 a. m., sub
ject of sermon: "The First Christ
Christmas Program by the Sunday
I I II V I rill. a
Ironside school has two little girls "
ana rrompuy vone
taking1 sewing. Miss Mary Locey is I
L-l 1 1- - 1 ,i ..
neipng me gins in mat community. ! f
In several other places there are J
application cards out to one member.
Some of the schools are so small that .
they do not have enough children of
club fige to make a standard club.
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t VALE TRANSFER CO.
Making preparations for adequate
spraying for apple scab control, so So they become non-standard club ! 'M'
that the application may be made as members and compete just the same
soon as the winter buds begin to un- j as tho there were five or more of
fold is very advisable, as 1923 is j thom.
liable to be a bad year for scab in: a f-reat bit of interest is being
western Oregon. This should be fol- shown in club work this year as is
lowed up at the right intervals to shown by the fact that neoole r
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 reallv
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
Has she an Electric Percolator
a Chafing Dish an artistic Lamp?
Perhaps, but there are dozens of
other delightful Electrical Appli
ances that she'll welcome for
1 Vale Electric Co,
"The institution of Greatest Service"
H L. P. Lumpee, Manager
get results. Where condition of the
soil will permit the old leaves of last
year should be plowed under, since
when left on tho surface they pro
duce abundantly the scab spores that
start tho disease off on the unfold
ing leaves and blossoms in the early
Drainage Munt Lead Improvement.
It is well known among agricult
ural leaders of western Oregon that
drainage of the wet lands is an ab
solute necessity before the extensive
agricultural development can pro
gress as it should.
According to reports from mem
bers of the Oregon Clay Workers
association, l,fi93,500 feet of tile was
sold In 1921 for farm drainage pur
poses. Under average conditions this
would serve 2000 acres or more,
according to the soil type druined.
Any increase In drained acreage can
be figured as an asset to the locality,
but if the work is continued at this
rate it would take 875 years to drain
750,000 arres of land needing drain
age in the Williamette valley alone.
It is assumed that the concrete tile
used in farm drainnge was offset
by clay tile used for road and base
The Oregon experiment station has
carried on experimental work which
has shown the mont economic method
of drainage for various soil types.
The extension service has provided a
soils specialist who devotes most of
his time In the drainage season to
asuifiting groups of farmers in work
ing out plans for drainuge systems
and conducting demonstrations show
ing pro)Hr methods, grudea, and the
depths for laying tyle.
Requests for drainage assistance
should be sent to the local county
agent, or if none in the county where
Egg shell color does not affect
the food value of eggs, but it does
make a difference in the appearance.
All brown or all white eggs will
command the highest prices.
Six roosters with each 100 hens
should give fertility and hatchubility
An extra rooster is more denira-
oie man one too lew, when one is
needed. Often sickness or accident
takes one of the number and poor
hatches are the result.
willing to act as local leaders, upon
being asked for the first time. In
only two communities so far have
local leaders been hard to find.
At ihe annual Farm Bureau meet
ing hdd in the Grange hall at Cairo,
December 15, the boys of the River
dole Ktock judging team were pre
sented Farm Bureau pins by Gov-ernoi-elect
Walter Pierce. The boys
are now honorary members of the
Farm bureau and will continue to be
so until they reach the age of twenty
one yars. The boys are entitled to
brotif..' medals won at" the Pacific
International Livestock Exposition,
which were to have been presented
at this meeting but th medals did
i not arrive. As soon as they reach i
he:o they will be awarded to the j
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Oregon Short Line Railroad
December 22-23-24-25-29 30-31
and January 1st
Limit January 3rd
CD. AGENrS MONTHLY REPORT
This report covers 21 working days
Project work was done on horticul
ture, and organization. The usual
amount of miscellaneous work was
With the assistance uf the spec
ialist C. L. Long, meetings were held
on pruning and pruning demonstra
tions were gven at Nyssa, Brogan. !
and Deadox. Much interest was man '
ifestd by those in attendance nmontr
whom were the most practieul or
chardists. The work is bavin-: it
effect in changing the pruning prac-;
tice from the honding-buck system to
the 'long' system basd on thinning
out and proper selection of lien ring
wood and dependence on the weight
of the fruit to spread the true and
bring it down.
The following shows tho attend
ance at the meetings held:
Place, Nyssa; attendance, at the
Lecture, 14; attendance at the dem
Place, Brogan; attendance at the
lecture, 10; attendance at denionstr
Place, Deadox; attendance at the
lecture. 16; attendance at demonstr
ation, lfi. '
Total, atcudnnce at lecture, 3':
lotal attendance at le'ture, Il!;
Community gatherings for the pur
pose of deciding upon a program of
work for 1!):'3 were held at Rivsr
Uulu, Hunita, Ironside, Malheur nnd
Husin. These meetings wire he!. I
jiiiiitly with the club agent a-i. h
county farm luiieuu. The ntteiwluiuv
was good in all in .tuncet, and u
giams were adopted covering wink ;ii
rrol 1, livestock runt, pest control, in Connection.
' KINGMAN KOLONY '
C. M. Beaumont and F. T. Morgan
journeyed to Ontario Wednesday eve
nirp (o attend the meeting of tho
Omni 'iciul Club, where the advis
ali'd'tj of retaining the offices of
flii' co inty club leader and the county
neTTt.'turul agent was discussed.
Th" ' olony is strongly in favor of M
;lie w:rk done through these offices,
I'l l lv. s many enthusiastic club mem
bers. The next moeting of the Kolony
"VT. . will be held the night of
li'iu.uy 5th and will be an open
ec t. The president has secured
I!.! of "The Other Wise Man" by
'It rw VanDyke. This is in harmony
vi:!! !he Christmas season and a
i! : i it evening is anticipated.
V': and Mrs. M. M. Creeling nnd
M. r Otis motored to Weisex Tues-
lay returning Wednesday. Thev en-
a play Tuesday evening in
Merritt Greeling, who is a stu
t the Intermountain Institute,
Tt S. Overstreet arrived home
!y evening for the holiday.-,
"orvallis where he is a student
Oregon Agricultural College.
school wishes to evtend a cor-
vitntlon to all to their Christ
'ogrum Saturday evening, Dec. !
i D. S. SPENCER '
General Passenger Agent !; Consult Local Agenti
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A CLEAN RADIATOR. $'
is most important if you wantj
it to function properly. If it?
becomes clogged up with dirt.J
dust, rnud, or other particles itT
will not cool the wtnm water ?
from the engine and thisj
makes trouble and expense T
Avoid this by having us clean?
it regularly. J
C. B. WOODWARD, Prop."
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i'sv night was our coldist whn
tl'. vernment thermometer regis
ei ' 5 below xero.
e: ,! ing. farm economics, home
rv e ,,iics nnd ch'h wot':. These
me s were the first of the county
vi.'e erles to be held for the pur
, ' . f scheduling up definite work
'. lone in I'JTi nnd provid:ng for
.i " nity cooperation in conducting
'Ii" III (li'tlliill.-t nit ions .ml tnnetinir
Andrews Grain Co.
Wjsh to Announce
That they are opening an up-to-date Grain and
Seed Dustiness in the Hoyer building.
Hex Marquis represents us and will pay the
highest cash prices for seed and grain. Settle
ment in full as soon as delivered. See him or
call us collect before selling.
Is your bukirig powder abso
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Is your baking powder abso
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Is your baking: powder un
varying in strength under
all conditions? Royal is.
Is your baking powder eco
nomical in keeping baki:d
foods fresh longer and mak
ing home baking so satis
factory that it takes the place
of more expensive food?
Royal Contains No Alum
Leaves No Bitter Taste
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Dedicated to the Progress and I phuilding of this
Operated by men who have at heart the bet inur
es! of every customer.
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