,City and County ,
Ii iei News Items
', Only 14 more dais in which to regii
ter if, yon want to vote at the primaries,
Strychnine nnd poisoned v leut nt
linrnuugh & Mayfield'a. Does the
trick fin muirrelH.
A. T. (Jroutof Wallowa wan u biiHi
liess iT-itr in the county nu-.it over
Monday l wlit.
.' I). W. liuiiMakcr, senior :nemler of
the lirm of liuiihuktr & 'J'nvlor, f
Joseph, was in Enterprise, Bi'n-duy.
E. C. Berry of Wnllnua ei ndidate
for the Democratic tinmimitio'i for
sheriff, was greet hit; viiterN i.i Hum pre
cinct Monday night and Tuesday.
Notice: Persons having freezers or
packers Wtlonging to the Wallowa Val
ley Cream company will please return
same at once at our expense. 40(2
City election Tnesdiv May 5. Mayor,
recorder, two council men and city en
gineer to be elected. Coiincilmcn
whose term a expire are W. H. Uiaves
and T. R. Akins.
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Vest and son
-Clarence, after an extended visit w ith
relatives here and at Jone h, left Sun
day miming for their liom at Sun
La Grande Star Mr. and Mrs. L. J.
Jordan arrived Thursday from Kntei
prise and will remain until after the
session of the Latb r Day Saints con
ference, which will convene tomorrow
and continue over Sunday.
The St. Patrick's dance given in the
opera house Tuesday night was a very
erjoyuhie . affair. The mtiHio by the
Enterprise orchestra was excellent, and
the supper Berved at the Hotel Enter
prise at midnight was a-swcll sprund.
Owing to the inclement weilthe.' the
attendance was not as large as ex
pected. ; J. V. Bater, for many years a resident
of Knterprise, bead miller ut the E. M.
& M. null, ui)d a Ptockholder in the
company, made his many friends he e
glad bv a visit from Saturday uiitu
Tuesday. Mr. Kater has charge of the
flour mill at Union. He in the same
genial, pleasant gentleman us ever, only
a little younger uud merrier, lie aud
Mrs, Bater are both well and like their
home In Union He accompanied L. J.
Davis, the circuit judge candidate from
This Is Your
Owing to lack of
warehouse room we
are closing out our
stock of high grade
Farm Implements at
ever made in this
county. John Deere
gang and walking
plows and disc har
rows. You know
there is none better.
Such an opportunity
to buy plows cheap
comes but once in a
lifetime. The wise
farmer will act ac
cordingly. Now On
coming is our tig
stock of new DRY
GOODS, Shoes, and
other Spring and
Summer goods. ,
R. S. &Z. Go.
New fraternal ttulktln
. STAMPS ON PAPERS.
All papers not paid up will
have to be stamped after April
1st. The postal department
made this order to go into effect
January 1st, but afterward ex
tended it to April i .st.
Saturday, April id the MiriFtrd
Mr. Jay' l.ei and kmi Willmd if
Lontjiie were In dhig in town Sui.nun .
Mr, and Mr. John Mi Humid ..f
Wallowa were cu Mix of j'.i., r r e
friend inirt week.
C. M. Lock wood I. iim loi.ht I lie .1. S.
Cook home nil lii-r i li-Qi u ' eel illilu -lug
-i aereif uf gr und. 1'iii:. p .ii t.
liUH Sclileur and iui "Myers, pron -in
mi rt iconeii (j i I'rairiu creek, were
paying ilieic d.i to the con t), Wed-
IS. t'. Manes, of Wallowa, who had
contracts fur pa tM of the railroad col.
striictiou in tho canyon, as in Jjilei-pri.-e,
The r it ranted meetings at the Chris
Ian en..,c , loinluctud oy itev. K. Owens
"ill ti e Baptist film ci , vure diccuutin
uud Sunday nilit.
I Tlie Ladies .':id society of the Presby.
uriau church will liieot with Mrs. .. O.
', Miller Friday ailernoon. i.icru wii. be
' a Hwoit piogiuiu and rel'runi.mciits
j Dermine Cream, the best preparation
! for chapped hand dfuee, U cold bv
j Burn nigh & May1 eld.
II. I,, (iridium, to - i-:ig'n cattle buyer,
I was lu.iiig cattle in the coui.ty t.1 1. -!
p.ist week. He bought a tine bunch of
j W. C. llerrance of CI ico.
! The hull'" are nicely fixing up nne of
-tlie rooms in the i era house building
l for the library, and it in hoped to have
nil ij roaliness for opening one day
The band bivs have l)een at. big ex-
pence in securing the Mnminoth Min
strels und you i nu ' bost show vonr
appreciation by buying your tickets
The Presbyterian church was well
filled with a pleased audience Friday
night. TI.e. program was good and n
neat sum wai realized from the Milo of
Varnish otains and brushes, and
Licqiieret makes old furniture look
like new ttt Hurnaiigh &. Maylield's.
...Too demons, depute gaum warden
for Wallowa county, was, transacting
basinets at tho court hriise Tuesday.
Mr. demons was on his way to his
ranch 15 miles beyond Zaun w ait.
, J. J. Chapman and M. O, Courtlier.
(1 rectors if district Xo. 1!), Noble, north
west of Enterprise, were in to "ee Super
inteiident Kei-tis, 8 itnrduv. Tliev wore
looking for a teacher for a three mon'lis
spring term of schiiol to begin April 0.
. The new stone road just wot of town,
from tho brickyard to the Trout creel;
bridge, will be Mir faced with gravel.
At pro-cut it. h to.i roil h for ti-ivel, hut
It is exp ute 1 to become a fir. t clius
roadway after surfacing.
Wallowa If ii No. 82, A. V. & A. M
had work in the Ihiid degree Saturday
uight, and enjoyed u luncheon iir'tor the
work. J. I', Hater and I,. J. pavN of
Union were visiting brethren. Mr.
l!ater for many j ears was an active and
outhllaMh member of the local lodge.
Mrs, Stella llanvilli) has been re
engaged to teach in the 1 Interpret
public schools during 19.13 O'l, and Miss
Mabel Murray of Kldora, li . has been
OiiRagcd as secoud iirimarf teacher.
Miss Murray has bom highlv recom-J
...11 ... '
nienotHi. uo will eonse to Wallowa
coutity this sunimer alter tho close of
her school at Kldora. ,
A week from Saturday night has been
fixed us the date for the Metropolitan
Mammoth Minstrels at the Enterprise
open house. It will bo undoubtedly
one of the viiy bet entertainments
ever given on that stage ami worth
coming many miles to see. There will
bo many startliug novelties, besides tl.e
liest uf singing, dancing aud ctmedy
"It was all Orish" nt the St. Patrick's
day social nt the Methodist church
Tiusday, night, giveu by tie Epworth
league. The rogruni was redolent of
memories of tho Kinerald Isle. Uerald
Holmes won tho volume of MooroV
p terns by capturing the most tuuike
The refreshments were appreciated, and
the receipts were ckse to $i!0.
Tho street crowd was eiitertaimd
Monday in watching the deflurss with
which paiuter Moore cxicuted n,e
handsome lettering of a large t-iui ir
the front of Hiirtshorn & Keltuer's
bardwaro store, lie i nitainly n
artist in his line. Moore and Irving,
who ccmpose the Kuterprisu 1'niotiog
company, aie first class painter; uud
their shop on Kiver btreet is crowded'
with work. It would seem that every
carriago In the city w ill bj i-esplendont
In new paint this spring.
Bays Roadster Stallion. ,
Joe Moxley of l'rairie Creek bought
the trottiug-bred stallion uf Jack John
son of Iuumha, advertised for sale in
laft week's News Hecord.
Farmers are starting their plows, .
Ueorge Ackiey returned from ' La
Oiande iSaLurday. t i
Herherl Hedges, who has been workr
i gin Idaho, returned Wednesday.
.Mr. und Mrs. Bloom spent last week
with their daughter, Mrs. John liow
Mrs. James Fitzpatrick mid Min
IIutehiiiH spent the first part of iln
week visiting Mr. and Mis. iierry of
If. li. . WillianiH will give a dime.
1' ridu.i , March 20,
.!'. and Mrs Heo. Herring have been
visiting 'vith their daughters, tile iJes
dane M Cliilde 8.
.Mr. and Mrs. Johu'ou from near
Leap were e. illers ill this city Friday
und riaiuMiiy. (
Cliureh services (do'H'd Friday night.
Uev. Maviin will meet in regular
service Miinlay evenini; ut 7 o'clock.
-liss Jennie Olseii anil Hoy Haiin
returned from IVndleton Saturday.
Mis,. ls"ii had iieen taking a course
in i,iiin:-tie ait while Mr. Haini has
lice 1 1 M Lining liusiiiess uiethods.
Tliey each spenn very highly of that
school and feel well piid for their
Mr. nnd Mrs. Magill returned' to
their home We Inesday. They have
lieen hpeoding the winter in IllitAoia
where Mrs. Niai'l underwent medica)
trealni"ikt for throat trouble. She, is
much improved in health although
the treatment proved very severe at
There is a great deal cf sickness in
tho community, not, serious but; yet
reveie enough to keep a good many out;
of school, especially from the high
school loom. Kalph Haun has bci n
out several days, as has (trace. .Vc
Cubhiu, both being afllicted with in
The school year is rapidly drawing to
a ciose and yet bow much there is still
to do; at the very best, some wi I fail.
How many are added to this number
because they have not v ill power to
apply themselves. , Pupils wish to
make their grades, but some of them
lack enough energy to put forth the
neo ssary effort.. . When these pupils
reach maturity the same fault will .Jtill
cling to them. - , i j i
We have four taking the .commercial
course that is the special ,.; course.
They are making good progress.'
Miss MutchniH, an accomplished
music teacher, recently from Portland,
has favored us with most excellent
instrumental music at two of our Tues
day morning assemblies..
Forest Ranger Examination.
Wallowa, March IB The U. 8., Civil
Service commission announces its in
tention to hold an examination to
obtain n list of eligibles for the position
of "Forest Ranger" on April 23 and 24,
1908. Tor this section of Oregon the
examination will be held at the olQce of
the Forest Supervisor at Wallowa. The
examination w ill be ale mi thoroughly
practical lines and will consist of ques
tions regarding the uses of the forest,
supplemented by a field , test to show
the applicant's lituess to perform the
actual work of "a Ranger; in the field
test the usual tests in tiding aud pack
ing will be given. Application forms
ai d ether information can be obtained
by addressing the Forest Supervisor a
Signed) Howard K. O'Buik.v,
$15 CASH $85
To the three Pupils of Wal
lowa County' Schools Mho
briiifi the largest n limber of
Xt eir Buster Urown Ads cut
' form the .News Uecoud to
VV. J. FUNK & CO.'S
store by November 1, 1908.
Cut nut tho ml? nuh week
ii ti it have all your frends save
ml" for you. They are found
ool in the News Kkcord.
The 'biggest ' cut In pilces of -watches,-
clocks, jewelry, silver
war, musical Instruments and
our' entire KtiK-k of high-grade
g( o Is (except phonographs and
phonographic supplies "" evt-r
made in the county.
, KNTKUPBISE, OliEGOX
' Joseph, March 1(1 Martin flibbg is
in town from Ms Snake river ranch.
He says the range is fine, the grass'
green nnd plentiful and there are lojs
of beef cattle down there: Mr. Hibbs
w'11 probably take his children with
hi-n when he returns. They have been
attending sehool 'here.
Aar n Sutton, the Imnnha' trapper,
is in tovn nfter supplies.
Wa .ts J, 1000 Housekeepers . ,
To' call and examine my mammoth
toe't oi f'iriiiture, carpet" anil li -1
uins. I have a splendid a.-sortn ent
for yon to sele t from mid you ci.n.'t
be ( mv prions. ' G. I R atci.if.
li.-ase mention this ad. when on
c (li. '
Grouse, Marc., la . ne farmers on the
bench lands near the river are begin
ning work, fencing, plowing, etc. ' v
The cattlemen have put their stock on
tho range in the cinyon. They seem to
ba doing fairly well. Stock is in better
condition this spring than usual, owing
to the mild winter.
Hay is plentiful and niir people pros
perous ; ta::es only about' half as high
as last year; and no excitement over
polities. The loc iL option' question is
agitated to some extent,5 but with no
fears of defeat, as all seem to agree on
that subject. The writer w ill spare no
pains in iidvociliiig the temperance
; cause upon which the prosperity of our
j Great Republic must stand or fall
Open the sal or us means to close the
I clmrches, fill our prisons, increase onr
t taxes, make widows 'and orphans, in-
rei so proverty and disgrace
i La grippe is making great .-headway
; in ' tliis section.
I ' Mrs. Thomas Malloy died last night.
I The burial w ill be tomorrow nt the
cemetery in front of the Bi.ptitj
! church n ar this place. Mr. Mnllovl
and two of the children are down with
la grippe and are very ill.'
' "Josef h Young and family; J, M. Sil
ver and family, E; D Silver and family,
Leonard Smith and family ha-'e nil
been laid up with la 'griope; in fact
nearly every family -in the neighbor
hood has been afllicted with the disease
to some extent.
Have You Any frieads
In the east? ; Send them ii Wa'loWa
county descriptive pamphlet a beauti
ful book issued by the county court.
Get them' free at thi county clerk's
office in Enterprise; or of .1. D. AValck,
Joseph ; Couch & MoDonald, Wallowa ;
Bowman & Mays, Lostine ;.. Moore &
Candi 'ate for Reacminaliorf.
I hereby nnnonnce that I will be a
candidate fpr renou inntion on tlip
Iemocruti ticket for the ' office of.
t'ountv Assessor at the primary nomin
ating election to be held in this countv
April 17, l!K)S. If nominated and
elected, I will pursue the p-esent policy
of the otliet aud assess' all property
according to law and to the best oi my
S. F. Pace.
In the Circuit Court or the State of Oregon
twr-Wulluw County. .
Charles W. C hartley. Plaintiff,
Myrtle Chnrtmsr, Defendant.
Tn MyrtloCiiatUey, the above iminort defend
ant: In tie- niiine of the State of Oregon, you
are h rebr ri'qulrc.l to nppimr and answer
the complaint filed ftwinKt Vou tn the almve
entitled unit and court, on or before six
weeks aft i' the lln-t puliilcittion of 'his min
monsi anil it you fail to so appear and an
wor, t.h" plalntlrHor want tlioreof. will take
a degree iiirniiiHt you fur the relief demanded
in tlie voiuplaint. tovlt: lor u dissolution of
the marrluuu coaslraet now and heretofore
extstliiK ' etween you and pla'utirT.
This umninns is published tn the Nnvi
RiH-ocd, a weeklY newpaper of general clr
rnliitlou, published weekly at Eiiterprlse,
W iiiiown county, Oregon, for a period of fix
consecutive weeks, the first publientioii
there.if la the Ittlh day of March l'.WS, by
order of tlie Hon, T. It. Crawford, ludge of
lue above entitled court, mode and dated the
1 'ah day of March, 1 Mil
J. M. Corki.nh,
"t ' Attorney fur Plaintiff.
tilth Clrfult Court of the State ofOroiron
lor Wallowa county.
G ore A. Hart, 1'laifitlff,
Verda V. Hart, Defendant.
ToVeMuV.' Hart, the above name! defend
In the name ol the Mate of Oregon, yon an
hereby rrnnlred to iipoear nnd nusivef tns
' t lllliirtliltC tiled liuailt van 1n t ih
entircd suit and court on o.- Wfore-six -t..i
and If you fail to m aplwir and' a,..seV. tVj
uir,.t- Tlu Wmtt miltlliMil li.ti II, 1 I
piniHt fl for want th.'C-uf, win tuk i u it -dive
ae .lnt you ,for the rc ii f deniHinled In the
oimtplnliit, tuwti: f.ir u iltmuiutuiu il tlia
nmn liis ceiitrai t now anil tien-MlDi
I m bftwoon jou .1 nl ui.iln:irt i
Thin -uiinitoitH in p'bimii! l:i tlin Xc!
K-.iopI. WMkl' ni'wi.ir ol irvneuil i4 .i
enlatiou, imm.-iitf i oc.y nt tuwp,-lf , at Walter KayV Sundiiy. . I
WklliiwH fiiuuty, trenu, lorn jH-rlixl f , , . . . )
conmsutlv. ws tl. rt put,,,. :i : I . K. r.ilginamt made a trip to-En-tberoof
i Hie lu.h 'lay of Mur-n, IIh by ' lerpri Mouiliiy. , !
onlorof iTii how. T. 11. Cmwiorii, JuiKe(
the .ve mi. tie i om r. umue uiiii ilaUil tii.
16th Uuy of M.tivh. I9.ii. k. :
(. M. CCKINH, I
- Attorney ! Pluinilrt.
T. F. Jaeolw rvturne! from a trip. to
the towns the last of the week. ' (
W. C. Dorranoe has sold a buneh bf
S7 beet steers to 11. L. Graham of "r "" ""J ur
Elgin, aud will deliver them the first '.th "Plendid prUes ofiered by that firm.
The management is
.At Enterprise Opera House,
Saturday NiirliL March 28
count them 40
Sweet Singers .
; Comical Clowns
undkr the ausi'ices op;;:, ;;; V:
The Enterprise Concert Band
Tickets cn sale after
O. M. CORKINS -
LAW REAL ESTATE ABSTRACTS
l'liittif Wallowa toiinly lor I r e Use -By I'lit-nN.
Office on Main St. over Ilarne-s Shop KNTKUI'RISK, OUKGOS'
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By a special airangement with the pub
lishers the News Record is authorized to
continue the gn at offer of the ,
ONE YEAR FREE
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-to Every Subscriber of the News Record
whoi pays $1.50 on subscription m
Oiler' Open Until1
March 31, 1908
of the weeli. . ', , "
T. K. Editmiind ami Charley Clark
have finished cutting about 103 cords
of wood for W. T. Hell. ,
; J. Q. Heggs U making preparations
to go to Canada.
Walter Fay started on a week's trip
to Bly, Wash., aud other points, Wed
nesday. " . .
S;hoo) will comnienee soon In the
building formerly lined, until the new
wjhool hoi'Mecnn lie completed.
Tnlklng about clmnging the county
ettt,- the writer thinkt it shouhl lie
pbioed at Chieo.-HH it is nearer the
eeuter of tlie county than any other of
i ' ,ie '"wr M C'tH"k ready to put
In vit Hpring crops. ('
- Irs," Knd cott brought" in n load
j seel grain last week. '
Vm. Fine was a caller at J. T.
luaud s isutulay. s. - ;
. IViy F.dni uid. nnd mother visited
' f'eople are liigiiiiiing to slie U
jp their i
pucketiKiokn and tliiuk that taxes are
always a little too high. .
f , (?eoJ Harris and Harvey Purdy went
to Enterprise Tuesday.. ;
-The March winds doth Mow, and
taketb ofl" the sno, and , bringetb the
gentle ralu, to make our pasture green
gain. -; - "" , ;
VUt dut the W.'i Funk 4 Co. adit
pleased to announce the
ONE A ST A R
Monday at Burnaugh C&
LBSS THAN HALF-PRICE
Greatest Offer of High
class Reading ever made
By a special arrangement the News
Record is enabled to off r its readers a
verv limited number of the greatest
club subscriptions to high-elans maga
zines eer niade in Oretton. Here it is:
' Price ' '
Roview of ' Reviews' $3.00
Sunset Mutnixine 100
Cocmop litan or , ',
Surri9. MatrH.ine 1.00 -1'ortriiit
Presiilnnt Iiioc.eell 50- y
Two 5 inlor enrav-
I'lgH t.f Stlltit Itlll' !
bam Misbion ami
Yonemittf Yallev 1.00 , . , .
Remember we have onlv a few of then
olnhn, but they tea at $.'1.00 as loiw as
they bust. Don't ait until next week
or you will be dli-appoiutcd. Phoce
your order to make s ire oi being one of
tlis lucky ones. v
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