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In ft C ENTERPRISE LODGE, No , UU.r.163. KMERALD REBEKAH LODQK, NO. 119 Kn ENTERPRISE LODGE, No . Of P. 4. JUANITA TEMPLE, No. 1, PythlaB Sister. MIOfHIin ENTEKPKIHB CHAPTKK IVlAuUNIUNo. 30. Royal Anrh Masons, meets first and third Tuesdays of each month In Masonic Halt All visiting Royal Arch Masons welcomed. J. B. OLMSTED, HlKh Priest. D. W. 8HEAHAN, Secretary. WALLOWA LODGE, No. 82, A. F. 4 A. M., meets second and fourth Hatur days of each month In Masonlo Hall Visiting Masons welcomed J. A. BURLBIGH, W. M. W C. BOATMAN, Secretary. WALLOWA VALLEY CHAPTER, No 60, O. E. S. meets first and third Sat urdays of each month. In Masonic Hall Visiting; Stars are always welcomed. MRS. ELVA L. FRENCH, W M. MRS. MARY E. STEEL. 800. Mill I EAGLE CAMP, No. 10497, M . II. A . W. A Meets first and third Thursdays In each month. In new Fra ternal halL Visiting- Neighbor alwayf welcome. J. W. RODGERS Consul. T. M. DILL, Clerk. ANEROID CAMP, No. 3642, R N. of A. W O til ENTEK1RISE CAMP, No .U.W. 536. W. Of W. ALMOTA CIRCLE. No. 278. W. of W. W. B. APPLEGATE. Notary Public . Collections made. Real Estate bought and sold and all business matters attended to. Call on or write me. PARADISE, OREGON. WESLEY DUNCAN, Stock Inspector for Wallowa County. JOSEPH, OREGON A Sprained Ankl. As usually treated a sprained ankle will disable the Injured person for a month or more, but by apply ing Chamberlain's Liniment and ob serving the directions with each bottle faithfully, a cure may, In most cases, be effected in less than one week's time. This liniment Is a moat re markable preparation; try It for a npraln or a bruise, or when laid up with chronic or muscular rheumatism and you are certain to be delighted with the prompt relief which it af fords. For sale by Burnaugh ft May field.' Read the advertisements. ALL, THE DAILY PAPERS, MAGAZINES AND THE National Weeklies at Coleman Brothers The Best Cigars, Confec tionery and Fruit. Stationery Supplies of all kinds. First door east of Postoffice. Summer Rates East During the Season 19 0 9 via th Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co. OREGON SHORT LINE AND UNION PACIFC RAILROAD . rm , .,' i : ' rr Portland, Seattle, Spokane, Tacoma, Walla Walla and all points on The O. R. & N. line To OMAHA and Return - - $60.00 To KANSAS City and Return $60.00 To ST. LOUIS and Return $67.50 To CHICAGO and Return $72.50 and to other principal cities In the East, Middle West and South. . Correspondingly low fares. On Sale June 2, 3; July 2, 3; August 11, 12 To DENVER and Return On Sale May 17, July 1, August 11 Going transit limit , 10 d.,yg from date of sale, final return limit October 31st. Theie tickets present gome very attractive features In the war of stopover privileges, a ,d 'choice of routes; thereby enabl lng passengers to make side trips to many Interesting points en route. " " ; . . Routing on the return trip through California may be had at a slight advance over the rales quoted. Full particulars, sleeping car reservations and tickets will be furnished by any O. R. 4 N. local agent, or WM. MeMURRAY, General Passenger Agent. Portland, Oregon.' J. S. BUTNER, Ageut, Enterprise, Oregon. rHE NEWS RECORD (Twice-a-Week.) Am independent skwhpapeh Formerly the Wallowa News, estab lished March 8. 189!. Published Wednesday and Satur day at Enterprise, Oregon, by THE ENTERPRISE PRESS Office East side Court House Square Entered as second-class matter January 2, 1909, at the postofftce at Enterprise. Oregon, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Ra'es: One year $2. six months $1, three months 60c, one month 20c. On yearly cash-in-advance subscriptions a discount o." 25c Is given. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1903. In reducing expreie rates some 16 to 20 per cent the railroad commission has dane pretty well, considering that the express com panies have a monopoly in conjunc tion with the railroads. The rate ire based on all the traffic will be", however, and n -t on the value of the sarvice perlormed says the Port land Labor Prew. To any. exc-" he expert mind accuslomjd to the vagaries of rl road rates It appears robbery to charge under the new rates 60 cents to The Dalles and ,2.85 to La Graide, when La Grande Is but three time further and the rate should be but l-80, The fact that La Grande ha.ii no ateamboa's running from Portland makes the difference. Throughout the northwest inquiries ire being received by various com mercial holies for manufacturing ;ites and openings. Any inducement i community can offer to secure manufacturing establishments helps avery property owner in it. Some Canadian proving of the west ex empt them from taxation on buildings, -tore! products and purchased raw material. Baltimore does the same, and ilnds It profitable to all to do so. Some persons t'Unk the essence of representative go eminent is that the people should not choose their epresentative). Collier's Weekly, Peary cooked hi J own goose when he began the mud-clinging against Dr Cook. Union, Or., has a flour and feed mill with a payroll of $200 a week An Industry like this that manufact ires local agricultural products can not be too greatly encouraged locally. I WARNING. Do not be persuaded into taking anything but Foley's Honey and Tar for chronic coughs, bronchitis, hay fever, asthma, and lung trouble, as it ttops the cough and heals the lungs. Dr. Abernethy, the great English physician, said, "Watch your kidneys. When they are affected, life is in danger." Foley's Kidney Remedy makes healthy kidneys, corrects urin ary Irregularities, and tones up the 'whole system. .Many people delude themselves by saying "It will wear away," when they notice symptoms of kidney and bladder trouble. This is a mis take. Take Foley's Kidney remedy, and stop the drain on the vitality. It cures backache, rheumatism, kll ney and bladder trouble, and makes every trace of pain, weakness, and urinary trouble disappear. Burnaugh & Mayfleld. $55.00 Oregon Outdoes London. Lloyd-George, the great English statesman, points out that near Lon don land which was worth $500 an acre 50 years ago is now selling for $40,000 an acre. Thi3 may be going some in England, but here in Oregon we have land which was worth $1.25 an acre 50 years ago selling for more than $40,000 a lo . And some which sold for probably less than $500 an acre is now worth $1,500,000, bring ing in inteiest on that valuation for ground rent alone. The producers of Oregon have been more generous to the owners of land than have the British people is the comment of the Portland Labor Press. NAMES MADE MENAGERIE OF OREGON GRILL ROOM There wa3 quite a menagerie at the Oregon hotel today, said the Journal recently. Mr. Tom Lyon of Paxton til., came In first, with Frank Lamb of the News, Omaha, Neb. Mr. Lamb was followed clo ely by Joe Wolff, a leading membe. of the Inner ring of the al'eged potato trust of Greeley, Co!o.. and Wil.lim Baer, who is not related to the Pennsylvania Baer, .ho figured that he had a divine right to all coal buried in Pennsyl vania ground. Chjrles Fox o Indianapolis, Ind., was a later addition to the menag irle. When Wolff saw Fox he sprang algh In the air and started for him. indl ations pointed that he was tol.;g to make a square meal of Kox, but deve:o?men s showed that vVoiff and Fox were old time run ling mates. A middle aeid gentleman whose jrips had Just been taken by the Jap boy was attraotel to the scene by the commotion. When Wolff and u'ox stopped for re, the late comer srasted Fox by the neck and shook aim, "You sly devil, you." he shout ad. Fox ga?ed in wonder for an nstnt and then shouted, "Well, if it ain't Old Cat, the best half turned Jut by Old Purdie. right from Posey county, Indeeannee Old Tom Catt." Then there wai much handshaking, Mr. Lamb shook hands with Mr. Jabt, and Mr. Catt shook hands with dr. Lamb. And they all shook hands around, and marched In to dinner. The Lyon went In with the Lamb, he Wol t went In with the Fox and the Baer went In with Old Tom Catt. Later Bert Campbell, also of Paxnn, 111., an old sohoolmate of he Lyon, Joinel the party, Mr. Jampbell was introduced as the Indl idual that could go eight days with out a drink. j Mr. Lamb ne riy broke up the dinner by asking pertly, "Who in ilelen Blazes wants to go eight days without a drink?'' Mr. Campbell smoothed matters over with a smile and the atata ment that whlla he could go eight ays wi houtadrlnk, he never would. At a nearby taNe sat Mr. O. T. Hogg and daughter, Miss Hazel Hogg of Kelso, wash. And at another table sat Jo'in Byrdd of Caldwell, Idaho. They wire Invited to Join the party. Why Druggists Recommend Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Mr. Frank C. Har.rahan, a proml uent druggist of Portsmouth Va lays. "For the past six years I have sold and recommended Chamberlains i one, Cho.era and Diarrhoea nemrt It is a great remedy and one of the best patent medicines on the market. I handle some others for the same purposes that pay me a lanrr nmfir. t this remedy is so sure to effect i cure, ana my customer so certain 'o appreclite my recommenHino- it to htm, that I give It the preference." "r saie Dy Burnaugh ft Mayfleid. IT PAYS. VTien the dimpled baby's hungry. what does ths baby do It doesn't lie serenely and merely sweetly coo; The hungry baby be lows with all Its little might Till soma one gives it something to urb lt appetite; The infant with tie bottle which tllls its frefui c lej A leison plainly teaches it pays to advertise. The lamb lost on the hillside when darkness closet 'round ands not in silence trembling and waiting to be found; Its plaintive bleating echoes across he vales and meads Untl the she. he d hears It. and. hear. lng. kindly heeds, And when its fears re eded. on his breast it lies The Iaroo hM made It pays to adv tia Th fair and gent e maiden who ioves the bashful bov Aumes when In his presence a manner that i. She blushei and sh,' tremble, till And claeca h . ladl, holds I "711 ,U m ni And a, he bends to kls, her'and she serenely sighs This Fact I, demonstrated; i, Mv CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office at La Grande, Oregon, August 17, 1909. A sufficient contest affidavit hav ing been filed in this office by Jamas T. Moxley, contestant, against Frei I. Moxley, Entry, No. 15079-Serial No. 4845, made June 20, 1906, for NV6 SEV4, SBVi SBV4, NE)4 SWV Ses 35, Township 1 S, Range 46 E. W. Meri dian, by Fred I. Moxley, CDiitestee, in which it Is alleged that he has wholly abaidoued said tract; that he has changed his residence therefrom for more than six months since mak ing said entry; that said tract Is not settled upon and cultivated by said party as required by law and that jald alleged absence from the said land was not due to his employment in the Army, Navy, or Marine Corps of the United States as a private soldier, officer, seaman or marine during the war with Spain or during my other war in which the U. S. may oe engaged; said parties are hereby lotifled to appear, respond, and offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m. on October 1st, 1909, before C. M. Lojkwood, U. S. Com missioner, at his o"fice in Enterprise, Jregon, and that final hearing will be held at 10 o'clock a. ni. on Oj ober 4th, 1909, before the Register and Receiver at the United Stale? Land Office in La Grande. The said co.itest.ant having, in a roper affidavit, fi.ed August 17, 1J109, let forth facts which show that after due diligence personal service of this lOtice cannot Le made, it is hereby srdered and directed that such notice be given by duo and proper publication. 2c5 COLON R. EBERHARD, Receiver NOTiCB FO.l PUBLICATION. Department 0? the Interior, United States Land Office at La drande, Oregon, Se,.t. 7, 1909 Notice Is hereby given that Ira Pratt, of Enterprise, Oregon, who, on December 23, 1907, made Homestead Entry No. 15722-SerIal No. 05212, 'or S NE4 and NW NE',4 Sec. 38; &V &E Se3. 21. Township 1 Sjuth, Ranga 44 East, Willamette Meridian, lias filed notice- of inten'-lons to make Final Com mutation Proof, to euabllsh claim to the land above de'crlbed, before C. M. Lockwood, U. S. Commissioner, it his office, at Enterprise, Oregon, on the 18th day of October, 1909. Claimant names as witnesses.; C. J. Sanford, of Enterprise, Oregon, John.-E. Osterhoudt, of Enterprise, Oregon, B. B. Eod, of Enterprise, Oregon, Charlei Thomas, 0f Enter prise, Oregon. 3c5 F. C. BRAMWELL, Register. Lepl Advertisements SUMMONS. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for the county of Wallowa. A. Lane, plaintiff, vs. Taylor Bishop and Nellie Bishop, defendants. To the defendants, Taylor Bishop and Nellie Bishop: In the name of the State of Oregon: You are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint filed against you In the above-entitled court and cause on or betore the 14th day of October, 1909, that being the time fixed by the court for you to appear and answer herein and more than six weeks from the first publi cation of this summons, and if you fall so to appear and answer, plain tiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded 1 In the complaint, towlt: ' For a Judgment and decree that the plaintiff have and recover from said defendants the sum of four hundred ($400.00) do lars, principal of the note and mortgage described in the com plaint, for the sum of forty-one fifty-six ($41.56) dollars lntere3t on said sum and accruing interest, and for one hundred twenty-five ($125.00) dollars attomey's fees, and for the costs and disbursements herein, and for a decree that the plaintiff's said mortgage, described in the complaint, be foreclosed, and that you and each of you be barred and forever be fore closed to and for any and all right, title and interest and equity of re demption In or to the following de scribed premises situated In the coun ty of Wallowa, state of Ortfjon, towlt: the East one-half (H) of the East oneJialf (V4) of Section 36, Township 4 North, Range 44, East of the Will amette Meridian. This summons Is published once a week for six succeieive and con secutive weeks by order of the Hon. J. B.' Olmsted, Judge of the County court, of Wallowa County, Oregon. Dated August 10th, 1909, directing the first publication to be made on the 12th day of August. 1909, and the last on the 23d day of Septem ber. 1903. First publication August 12th, A. D. 1909. J. F. SEDGWICK, THOS. M. DILL, PUBLISHED SUMMONS. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Wallowa County. William J. Knight and Mary A. Knight, Plaintiffs, vs. Charles A. Hitch, Defendant. To Charie A. Ritch, the above named defendant: In the Name of the State of Ore gon, You ara hereby notified and re quired to appear and answer or otherwise plead to the complaint filed against you in the above en titled cause on or before the expira tion of six weeks from and after the date of the first, publication of this Summons, which date of first publi cation is Thursday, September 2nd, 1909, and if you fail to so appear and answer or otherwise plead in said cause the plaintiffs, for want thereof, will apply tj the above-entitled Court for the relief prayed for in their complaint on file herein to-wlt: For the satisfaction and cancellation of that certain mortgage of record in the mortgage records of Wallowa County, , Oregon, In Volume "Ef at page 374 thereof, dated February 10th, 1893, on the southwest quarter section ten in township one south of range forty-four east W. M. In Wal lowa County, Oregon, which mort gage was executed and delivered by the plaint ffs to the defendant to secure the sum of $1000.00 and in terest; and for a decree satisfying and cancelling said mortgage up in the records of said county, and re moving said mortgage as a clojd from plaintiffs' title to said lands. This Summons is served upon you by publication thereof in the Wal lowa Chieit.iin, a weekly newspaper published at Enterprise, Wallowa County, Oregon, and having a general circulation theieln, for the full period of six co.isecutive weeks and seven ssues of said paper, commencing with the issue of Thursday, September 2, 1909, pursuant to an order of the Hon. J. B. Olmsted, County .Judge of Wallowa County, Oregon, made and entered on the 31st day of Aug ust, 1909. CONAWAY & CORKINS and BURLEIGH & BOYD, Attorneys for plaintiffs. 2c7 Milk on Stiok. In winter time milk goes to the buy er In a chunk instead of a quart, says a Glasgow paper. The people In Sibe ria buy their milk frozen, and for con venience it is allowed to freeze about n stick, which comes as a handle to carry it by. The milkman leaves one chunk or two chunks, as the case may be. nt the houses of his customers. The children In Irkutsk. Instead of cry ing for a drink of milk, cry for a bite of milk. The people in winter time do not say, "Be careful not to eplll the milk," but "Be careful not to break the milk." Broken milk Is better than spilled niflk, though, because there Is an opportunity to save the pieces. A quart of frozen milk on a stick Is a very formidable weapon in the hand of an angry man or boy, as If is possible to knock n person down with it. Ir kutsk people hung their milk on hooks instead of putting it In pans, though, of course, when warm spring weather comes on they have to use the pans or pails as the milk begins to nwlt and drop down the books. Slates and table's, pencils and pens in fact everything needed by a school pupil at Jackson & Weaver's. J.D. WALCK Real Estate Dealei NOTARY PUBLIC Mitchell Hotel Block JOSEPH. OREGON To the Citizens of Wallowa County: It is our purpose to handle any business entrusted to us in such a fair and liberal manner as to maKe the customer's rela tion with this banit satisfactory and profitable. 11 Aside from our excellent ' facilities, this bank has the advantage of a large capital and substantial list of ' stockholders. It is also a State Deposi tory. If you are not a customer we invite 3'ou to become one. Mpvers and Farmers National Bank : Wallowa, Oregon MAIL AND PASSENGER STAGE LINE Wallowa. Appleton, Flora io Paradise, MONDAY8 WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS; and Fron Paradise, Flora and Appleton to Wallowa TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS ' Good accommodations, courteous treatment and reasonable rate .Leaves Wallowa at 6 a. m. E. W. SOUTHWICK, Proprietor. MOORE TO ENTERPRISE. Will Spend a Few Months in Sister County Be ore Going East. From La Grande Observer. Doctor MoDre has decided to spend a few months before his post course of study next spring, in practice in Enterprise and Jo e h. Those two towns have never had an osteopath, and as there are many who will be glad to have the opportunity to take os'eopa hie treatment. Doctor Moore will doubtless keep busy. He will go to Enterprise ajojt September 22. In the meantime he is at his former office assisting hi 3 successor Doctor Zimmerman to get established In the La Grande field. Mrs. Moore, who is In the east, will join her husband within a month If you will send twenty.five cents in s amps, tiree late hsues will be sent yoa so that you may become acquainted with it. Read the follow ing spleidld offers: Ofi.'er No. 1 McClure's Magazine, Woman's Home Companion and The Pacific Monthly, costing $4.50, will be sent at a special rate of $3.00. Offer No. 2 McClure's Magazine, Review of Revlows and The Pacific Monthly, costing $6.00, will be sent for $3.60. Offer No. 3 Human Life, Ideal Home and The Pacific Monthly will be seat for $2.00. OrJer by number and send your order accompanied by postal money order for the amojnt to The Pacific Monthly. Portland, Oregon. Ice Cream Ice Cream Soda ALL FLAVORS Sundaes, Root Beer, Re freshing DrinHs When extra CANDY good is wanted come to PRENTISS ROMAN'S Next Door to Bank Enterprise. - Oregon New and Elegant Furniture Queensware Glassware AT taker & Taylors JOSEPH, OREGON Same low prices that save money fr every customer and accounts for our rapidly increasing trade. Ueeord-lUrald. 51c7 Attojneya for rialntltf.