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ruc ctx City Official Tapcr.- EKEPRESESTATIVE NEWSPAPER OF WALLOWA COUNTY. ,0L. XIX NO. if- ENTERPRISE. OREGON- DECEMBER il W02. WHOLE NO. 96S A T IP Rights o2 a Homes leader. iljllffitttl 4Sk . This is to bp tho 1 - v.ttl 1U uc ulstory ot tne store. Fall Trade was nrrert nrices. Vvearpiipvprcnticfiii tit .. . ... ; 1 . " ; " e want 10 make this month and our Holi, lay 1 radc surpass all previous selling efforts. Our recent large additions to our store room already finds us crowded for space. Every nook and corner of the Big store is ?iled with offerings to careful and discriminating burera. Th nrf tti: w ers in our J TENTH AMlflVERSARY SALE The Ten Years the present company has been serving the nnhlir h Wn mf. rf :ontinued progress. The constant increase of our vearlv sales has nlnrprl n at th :ip notch of up-to-date merchandising. Never was our stock so extensive or our ales so large. Realising that the bountiful prosperity existing in Wallowa county :rjues for heavy Holiday Purchasing, we have anticipated a rush of buying Dy Provid ian unusual and extensive Holiday selections. UGH U ik4 W 'ossession He will present the usual assortment of staple holiday offerings, supplemented rail purchasings of. the seasons novelties from the markets of the Kast and West. Toys and novelties in endless array will be here to bring joy and gladness to the little ses. I he purchasing power of the dollar was never greater than now. You cau be jited in your buying be the purchase large or small. We have especial pride in this line. All the up-to-late lines in Ties. Four-in-hands, Butterfly Bows, and !ie Dress Ties in conventional black and white. Gloves n correct st vies. An exceptional line of every day, dress aid fanev shirts. Irk It costs but little to dress in style when you buy here. We can outfit you in ready-to-wear Clothing, in standard and fashion able fabrics, or if you prefer a tailor made costume. Are particularly seasonable just Let us show you our lines. now. Bought in the Fashion Center of the East. These garments by their faultless make, stylish appearance and reasonable price irresistnble ap pt'itl to the lady who wishes to dress in comfort and at the same time in perfect stylo. We are offering gar ments in various quahties of cloth prices. We can suit any purse No matter how little you pay you get style and effect quality as well. We also have a line of furs. These will he snapped up quick therefore be prompt, in buying. A Jacket or Cn oe m:;ki's a mo.-1 useful and ac ceptable present. Bhuikei.y and Comforts T!. is i.-- one of our Ftrongest inirs. We are showing exceptional values in H.,..,. ,..........-. 1 il.i fTnnrl.ta. We have as 'leaders a heavy, all j wi mi.ke it . . .-;n, wool, Oregon made blanket for ifo.UU 1 I 1 that is a genuine bargain for com fort and price. You can get the blanket in the regulation givy, wku varied colored stripes or in raoroon, as you choose, lilankets at less prices. They are snaps. Soft, ' "" fleecy a ikL warm. No better present than' these. "'Comforts in eudless array. ' .. Never was our lino so la; ge. We can suit you in price, style and quality. Latest fashions in Ladies' and Gentle men's Shoes. Our stud: is as compete as lioerai uuying We can pave you money on your winter s All styles a:id weight in Arties and Rubber. BUY G 1)91)3 Heavily loaded shelves of the eea.ions best, greet you here Staples in all lines. Seasonable dress goods in var iety that insures quick se! 'Ciio'i. Novelties in many lines. An exceptional offering in Mottled flannel. Similar to out ing but much finer. To see it is to buy. ou will have to hurry. Only r few bolt-- left. Two Extra Specials An invoice of new carpeting and Floor Oil Cloth ju;t You will have to hurry if you get your cho.ee of pat itns. A large line of the latest in Granite work The good -avy kind that is a joy to the houw,fe. No better 'vry shown in the county. UAH Ci vjjiuucui A line of Oriental Tapestry and Cht iiille ta'de covers. Something that wil! instantly aj.peal to any hcusewite. Elaborate designs in various cobuings. W'.ieji in doubt buy one of tl.c-o. Early Purchase, will he Jaidaway for The Big Busy Judge Frarn- of Portland re cently handed down an important dof isiqn in the case of Jennie Y. Wade against P. O. Lundin, ex pressing ttie opinion of the joiiu ciurt, when ha ruled that after a j mortgage has been fully paid fro j the results, of a foreclosure sal. j the person owning the property ! ifi a homestead claim, shal ! receive what mar remain, th i other judgement creditors beiu barre !. Heretofore, when a horn- ! stea ; has been sold to satisfy . mortgag-, hi other judgemen i crelitors bar.; received whatevt ! balanoi may remiin. The de 1 cisio , if sustain 3d by the Saprem Court, wi'd be far-reaching and o importance to many peopl thro-ighoit th? state. Notice o. an ij'p-.il to the Supreme Cour was given. CDnieY. Wade brought a fore closure suit against Lundin and bis property was sold. There w: 1 a resi 1 je of some $1,000 remaining : after t ie lien of the plaintiff a satisfied and Beti3 Paxton, as a judgement creditor, with a lim next in line to that of Jennie Wadi brought c'aim for the money. Lundin also filed an npplieati'. l 1 for the money, claiming that as he bad resided on the premises for ti e last 12 years and it. was homestead property he was entitled to tin balance of the money. In deci !ing the case th court sail in part: "It appear. from the i.ivestigalion made by this court that possibly with om or two except ions the tendency ii. the courts 01 all the stales is to ware a liberal constru tio 1 an 1 appli cation of the homestead law. But in any event, the reat weight of authority, especially in recent years, is against the t ontention of the defendant B :ssi3 Paxton, and directly contrary 10 the rule laid down in the authorities cited by her couns !. "The courts have generally held that where a mongage upon a homestead and other real estate is being foreclosed, the mortgagor has a right as against the mortasjee. and against all o'.i.er lien holders, whos-3 rights arj not prior or su perior to those of the holder of the mortgage, to require that before the homestead shall tie resorted to for the purpose of satisfying the mortgage debt all other mortgaged perty shall be txbausted, but it is generally hel 1' that where on fereclosure proceedings homestead pro i -riy is neluded with other property sold on execution the mortgagor is entitle 1 to the stir plus proceeds of the sale after tin satisfaction of the mortgage, a. against judgement creditors, al though no .;.. n A ho.n.-tea was made until after the sale of ti property and while the proeee 1 were in the hands of the oflicer. " It is the intention of the!:;, that every man should be en;.bl. to preserve a h tine for his f.;rni!y that if it is converted a'aiiint lie will, he should be entitled t th. proceeds for the purpose of pro curing a home, and if lie waves hi homwstpnd right !t n n-rfait indebtdnes? by mortgage, or other wise; he should not on that a. count be deemed to have waivwl as to other indebtedness, but tliat except where so waived it should bi preserved and it should be pie served and he should be protect, in its use and enjoyment. "Of Course the defendant Lundin is entitled to this surplus only fo the purpose of procuring another homestead. If at any time is should appear that said defendant had no intention of nroenrin? an- oiher homestead with such funds, ', or if at any time he should ab.ui-. don such intention, the sum would ! :t. onc3 become subject to execution j iji the payment of his U.'bts. ' Every Saving Counts for You We will help you get your due by selling you your WINTER SUPPLIES At prices that can't le beat. Dry Goods, Laiies Fjrnlshings A complete line of tlry goods and ladtes fur nishings, up-to-date and lirst class in every par ticular. Also a nice ii-.ie of iurmshings for the baby. We always carry a largo .stock of notions, where you can get anything ami everything you want iu this line. If you arc in doubt what to buy for a Christmas present come in and exam ine our line of jewelry and dainty notions. We are constantly adding to our sto:k of miliinerv, and if we haven't what you want our Milliner will make a hat that becomes you, and if the fashion doesn't suit she can modify the fashion to suit your case. CJKnife F arm's hinrts; Our stock of (ient'-i Furnishings includes Hats, Caps, Keady-iuadc Clothing, vSlioes, Fc-lt.s and .Rubbers, (iloves, Uu.i .rwear, work shirts dress Shirts, woolen an i cotton socks, handker chiefs, mufflers, ties, collars, etc. We also have the agency for tiie Star Tailoring Company of Chicago. fEardwjtrc. Our stock of Hardware is complete so when you want totnething in this line come in and examine our goods and get our prices. rvfc,-rnunM.'it irrr diiiit t m uMmtt)MiX,u..mmrmx.vm Wagons, Buggies. v.'e have just received a carload of New Moline wagons and buggies and if you are con templating making a purchase of either let us give you prices on both thaU;re down to bed rock. GROCERIES. vc carry a nicely assorted line of groceries and as we order small lots at a time, and order often our stock is always fresh. JOHN CALVIN, Enteprise, Oregon.