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THE NEWSRECORD
ALL THE . OFFICIAL
NEWS OF WALLOWA
COUNTY IN THE N-R
ALL THE NEWS WHILE
11 IS NEW8 TWICE-A-WEEK
NEWS RECORD
ELEVENTH YEAR. NO. 57.
ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1909.
CITY OFFICIAL PAPER
MONEY TO LOAN
Slate Funds loaned, 6 per cent. John
P. Rusk. Atty. State Land B'd. Josepb
FOR 8ALE.
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TUCKER
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GUILTY AS CHARGED
Juniper fence posts. Inquire of or
address, Roe & Calvin, Enterprise,
Oregon. C3tf
Two Jersey bulls. Call on H. C.
Chenoweth, Alder Slope, Enterprise,
Oregon. 11cm
Almost new, black coat; misses or
small lady's size. Will sell for ?9. '
Inquire atthis office.
Typewriter, new, standard make, for
sale at a bargain. Inqu.re at this
office. 37b2
160 acres timber land and good mill
site In Wallowa County, Oregon.
Communicate with J. E. Houtchens
& Co. Waltsburg, Wash. 50btf
WANTED
Man with team to work in exchange
for wood.' Roe & Calvin, Enterprise.
Lumber. Anyone having lumber of
iny grade In any amount for sale,
or who has timber he intends to saw
soon, and wishes to contract the lum
ber, call on or address W. F. Rankin
at Haney planer In Enterprise, Agent
for VV. R. Klvette. 26bl
L08T OR 8TRAYED.
Sheep dog all black, except from
lower Joint of right front leg down,
toes of left front foot, and strip
down neck, of white. Answers to
name of "Coolie."' $25.00 reward
for return. Jess Fareld, at J, H.
Dobbin'.
JURY RETURNS VERDICT AFTER
THREE HOURS CONSULTA
TIONCOURT NEWS.
' TAKEN UP.
Three black-face buck sheep strays,
at my ranch on Swamp Creek, 10
miles northeast of Enterprise? Own
ner can have same by proving prop
erty and paying for this notice. J.
P. Averlll, Enterprise. 64t3
FOR TRADE.
"Guilty as charged" was the ver
dict of the Jury In the Tom Tucker
case after about three hours delib
eration. The Jury retired at 10 a. m.
Friday ami the verdict was read at
2 p. m. Tucker is now In Jail await
ing sentence, which will be pro
nounced Monday, it is understood
his attorneys are preparing an appeal
to the supreme court.
Another inmate of the Jail Is Ar
thur Hulse, ibrought here from Sale.
to testify in the horsestealing case
against W. B. Hunter, set for trial
next Wed n as day. Hulse pleaded guil
ty to 'the same charge last spring
and was sent to the penitentiary.
The Dan Scott rape case will fol
low the Hunter trial.
The court and a Jury are wresUitig
with the intricacies of a road damage
case, Elliott vs. Wallowa County. It
went to trial Friday and vill last un
til Monday night at present rate of
progress. Elliott was given $200
damages by the viewers of the
Knapp road, but wants $1000.
The grand Jury reported Friday.
Eesides the two Indlctmelnta returned
Tuesday, one other true bill was
found against Howard Coyle for
"wounding' of animals," Coyle was
arraigned and pleaded guilty.
The case of the four Enterprise
boys who broke Into stores was re
ported back and will be sent to the
county court.
For Wallowa county land: 120 acres J
fine blue grass and timothy land in
Adair county, Missouri; well watered.
Fenced, half cleared; 25 acres in tim
othy, balance in blue grass; about 50
acres in post oak, partly underlaid
with coal; 1 mi'e from mining town.
$25 per acre. C. C. Brown, Joseph,
Oregon. 49b4
BILLS, ALLOWED REGULAR
MEETING CITY COUNCIL
The following bills were allowed
by the city council at the regular
meeting, November 1:
Ghos. Glovonomi, work streets
and water work $43 25
News Record, printing notice 2 10
Cnas. Hug, marshal Oct. pay.. 75 00
C. M. Lockwood, Treas., Oct.
pay 5 00
T. M. Dill, Atty., Oct. pay.... 5 00
W. E. Taeerart. Citv Recorder.
rent, freight and pay .' 1G 45 j
E. J. Forsythe, lights 58 00
C. S. Haney, lumber 30 C2
Enterprise Planing Mill, lumber 10 251
W. P. Hambelton, blacksmithing 4 50 STATE . WOOLGROWERS WILL
H. E. Merryman, surveying 6 0C MEET. THERE IN 1910 DOBBIN
A. G. Long, connection for hose 6 75 VICE PRESIDENT
TWO VOTES GAVE
VICTOR! TO BAKER
ates so the rest of the beets can
be pulled the total yield will be
close to 1300 tons on 126 acres.
STOCK SHIPMENTS. ,
R. L. Day recently shipped two
cars of hogs.
J. W. McAlIster shipped two cars
af horses to Modesto, CaJ., the first
of the week.
Four cars of cattle and one of hog!
went out from Joseph, Saturday. ,
Towns That Know
Publicity Value
Old Oregon Communities Getting In
Line With Up-to-Date
Methods.
Portland, Nov. 12. Under the ban
ner of the Oregon Development
league the state has never taken
a more decided forward movement
in community publicity than now.
With the various cities thoroughly
aroused and actively at work to ad
vance their interests the outlook is
very bright. . Never has there been
a stranger advertising pulse through
out the state. There is a determin
ation to set forth to the world the
manifold advantages Oregon has to
offer to the homeseeker.
During the past week under the
direction of the Oregon Develop
ment league, remarkable meetings
have been held in various parts of
the state. Tremendous interest has
been shown everywhere.
Lebanon raised a publicity fund of
$2500 at an enthusiastic meeting.
The people of the city are united in
the determination to exploit the re
sources of that section and are tp-
ling splendid work.
CorVallis has Just organized a wo-
The Wallowa county delegates to
the state woolgrowera convention
have returned home full of praise
of Pendleton's splendid hospitality
and of the convention itself, which
was far the best ever held by the
Association. Over 200 delegates at
tended and when the vote was taken
on place of holding next year's meet
ing, Baker City wo,i out over Enter
prise toy only two votes.
Hon. J. H. Dobbin placed Enter
prise dn nomlna'ion and F. A. Clarke
made a characteristic speech, second
ing Uiia city. Everybody in Pendle
ton had heard of Enterprise and the
delegates loudily cheered the city's
representatives.
Mr. Dobbin was cho.ieni vice pres
ident of the association, George 11c
Knight of Vale, president, and die
present efficient secretary, Dan P,
Smyth of Pendleton, was re-elected.
PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY
ORGANIZING THIS COUNTY
ADVERTISED LETTERS.
The following Is a list of unclaimed
letters remaining in the po-st office
at Enterprise, Oregon, on November
6, 1909: Mr. Zephaniah Ames, Miss
Cora Biggs, Mr. E. Cole, Mr. E. Erb
(2) Mr. J. C. Glasson, Interior Pro
duce Co., Miss Avis Kleth, Bob
Shields, Alis3 May Sockhart, Miss
F. Stanley, Mr. Evert Yeager.
Persons calling for the above 'will
please say advertised November 6,
1909.
BEN W3ATHERS, Postmaster.
(Continued on last page.)
W. R. Geheler, deputy roaster and
state organizer for the grange. Pat
rons of Husbandry, held a meeting
at Troy on November 6, and be
gan the work of bringing Wallowa
county into the Jurisdiction of this
organization.
The grange in addition to being
the oldest and strongest of rural
orders Is conceded to. be the broad
est organization in America. The
grange Is widely known and -will be
welcomed by the people of Wallowa
county.
Japs Don't Like Snow.
The snow and cold weather has
caused the Jap workers In the beet
fields to quit. They don't like to)
stick their hands into the snow.
About 200 tons are still in the
ground. Over 40 oars have been
shipped, and if the weather moder-
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Corresponds With the Season's Crops Biggest Yet.
It is none too early to begirfpreparations for Winter and our store is crowded with Fall and Winter goods.
As schools are opening up we would call especial attention to our line of shoes for children.
The Famous Buster Browns and Nap-a-Tans
(THEV "MAKETA3IT
JSSF SHOES
(IT mWM FOR BOYS
rORGIRl4S
any Leather, Style or Size
ON SALE AT
our store. Guaranteed to give satisfactory service and a neat, comfortable fit. A nice, new line of
ladies' and Children's Coats A,Pric" TmheRe"h
New Dress Skirts and Shirt Waists for Fall., Also Kimonas, Dressing
Sacques, Underskirts, etc.
Complete Stock of Men's Apparel of All Kinds
The Gordon Hat, best $3.00 Hat on the market. A big line of Men's Extra Trousers at $3.50, $4.50 to $6.00.
Also a lot of broKen lines in the old stocK with prices cat away down. Come in and look us over whether
you buy or not.
W.J. FUNK a CO.
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November Term
Of County Court
Claims Allowed Mony Appropriated
for Smith Mountain and
Harris Roads.
Second Judicial Day.
Claims Allowed (Continued.)
Home Ind. Tel. Co. telephone 35 10
Ford C. Potter, fruit inspector 72 00
H. B. Merryman, surveying .. 11 70
E. T. Anderson, salary county
physician 61 20
W. T. Bell, stamps 5 00
J. C. Conley, livery 19 00
J. C. Conley, stamps, express 7 35
J. C. Conley, expense 24 10
Ella Daley, typewriting in
case A. C. Miller vs. Wal
lowa county 5 55
Frank Melotte, Supt. Court ,
house 75 00
Joseph Herald, printing .... 2 00
Sam Wade, grand jury, May,
1909 23 00
Dr. C. T. Hockett, examining
Insane patients 10 00
George E. Courtney, 7 days
assessing ; 21 00
Edgar Marvin, board of pris-
oners and expenses 19 20
Pacific Stationery and Print
ing Co., 1 case adding ma
chine paper 7 50
Home Ind. Tel. Co., tele-
phone 20 66
Stella Doud, county poor .... 24 00
L. P. Rose, county poor .. 24 00
W. H. Decker, county poor .. 24 00
Pacific States Tel. & Tel. Co.,
telephone 15 70
B. F. Miller, stationery and
stamps s 15
W. O. Locke, County Com. .. 45 00
Sam Lltch, County Com. .... 60 70
In the matter of the resignation of
J. A. Cox, Justice of the peace for
Wallowa District:
Now at this time J. A. Cox, jus
tice of the peace for Wallowa Dis
trict, presents the Court with his
resignation as justice of said dis
trict, and afler the Court being
fully advised in the matter,
It is hereby considered and order
ed that his resignation be and the
same is hereby accepted and his
WAGON JOURNEY TO
CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
(Continued on last page.)
CONTINUATION OF MISS DAVIS'
DESCRIPTIVE LETTER LONE
LY MOUNTAIN GRAVE.
Following is a continuation of Ar
va Davis' letter telling of the over
land journey (from Enterprise to Cen
tral California:
September 19 we left Pine Creek
and just after crossing the line and
starting through California Mr. Da
vis had to shed hla heavy coat, and
put it away. He put his linen one on.
We all thought of -what you Wallowa
people told us about California being
so warm, but he soon found the
weather changeable, for It was really
cold. His coat being put away so he
couldn't very easily get to It, he sat
and shivered and was very nearly
frozen the balance of the day. As
we had. our bedaj fixed oni the wagons
the girls crawled Into bed and stayed
there all day. We have now left
Goose lake. We made camp on Davis
creek, finding It very cold, in fact,
colder than It has been ' since we
left Enterprise.
September 21 we reached Alturas
on the north fork of the Pit river,
and camped over night. The altitude
here being 4,100 feet we found It
still quite cold.
September 22 we traveled to Canby
24 miles from Alturas, on Pit river.
Here we found a hot spring which
was near by the road. There were
other hot springs around through the
country. We changed our minds now
about the weather being colder in
California than in Oregon. Driving
on a short distance we stretched
camp on the river. Shortly after
supper, it now being dark, Mr. Little
ton and Arva and Vergle Davis, with
the lanterns, Btarted out fishing,
thinking that the light might help us
out some about catching them, and we
failed. They are now convinced that
dry land suckers are all that would
bite.
September 23 we started on and
soon reached a small mountain. At
the summit we found a lone grave,
about 20 miles away from any one.
The tombstone was marked, "Albert
Sghleflen, died in the year 1883."
We drove on to the hot mineral
lake, where we camped over night,
with hot and cold water, which was
piped from the hot and cold springs.
We all thought well to get rid of the
Wallowa dirt on us, so as to give
room for some of the California soil,
but we believe that the Wallowa
soil Is the richest for it makes a
larger showing. We all certainly
enjoyed the baths, also camping there
for we had a fine camp ground.
Near the place mentioned above were
some fine alfalfa ranches, but a good
deal of sand.
(Continued on last page.)
Houses in Enterprise, $650 to $3,000
Lots $75.00 to $250.00
160 Acres, Hill Farm, $12.50
293J Acres on Slope, $65.00 an acre, time
270 Acres, Island, $40.00 an acre, time
160 Acres, Slope, $3600.00, time
480 Acres, 12 miles, timothy and timber, $10 per acre
Best and Cheapest Insurance Companies.
Agent American Bonding Company.
The Pioneer Real Estate Man.
: : OREGON
W. E. TAGGART,
ENTERPRISE, : :
"Cartful Banking Insures the Safely of Deposits."
Depositors Have That Guarantee at
WALLOWA NATIONAL BANK
OP ENTERPRISE. OREGON
CAPITAL 5O.0OO
SURPLUS 160.000
Wc Do a General Banking Business.
Exchange Bought and Sold on
All Principal Cities.
Geo. W. Hyatt, President W. R. Holmes, Cashier
Geo. H. Craig, Vice President Frank A. ReavU, Axst. Cashier
DIRECTORS
Geo .8. Ckaio Geo. W. Hyatt M attik A. Holmes
J. H. Dobbin W. R. Holmes

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