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THE NEWS RECORD
(Twice-a-Week.)
An independent newspaper
Formerly the Wallowa News, estab
lished March 3. 1899.
Published Wednesdays and Satur
days at Enterprise. Oregon, by
THE ENTERPRISE PRESS
Office East side Court House Square
Entered as second-class matter
January 2, 1909, at the postoffice at
Enterprise. Oregon, under the Act of
March 3, 1S79.
Subscription Ra'es: One year $2,
lx months $1, three months 50c,
one month 20c. On yearly caah-i.i-advance
subscriptions a discount of
15c la given.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1909.
THE HOME DOCTRINE.
The "Home Doctrine" that does
more than any other one thing to
build up the ma'erlal prosperity of
a community, la thua stated In Good
win's Weekly:
Encourage every home enterprise.
Take an Interest In every industry,
invest liberally in the stock of faith
and good will, and distribute it all
over your city, in every factory, ev
ery work shop, every business house.
It will pay you large dividends, and
will coat very little. It can never de
preciate In value. It wlM always be
rJb'Ove par. Buy home made goods.
Aak your merchant Cor them. Wear
home made garments, eat home made
urUeles of food, sleep on home made
beds, read home made newspapers. In
this way the money you spend la
only loaned. It will come back to
you again with ta'eret. Praise up
your city don't run It down. Stand
by your merchants and manufactur
ers tihey are the bone and sinew of
your municipal structure. Stand by
your churches r.(nd your schools they
Aire the hopes elf your future. Stand
by your preas It U the tireless sen
tinel that guards your Interest.
The price of eturapage is con
stantly going up. This does mot help
the wages of labor In any way. It
makes timber land higher, but the
timber worker has no more to show
for it. He is to'd that the price of
labor depends upon the supply. If
the land ownors grab the timber and
hold It out of use that makes Jobs
scarcer wages lower and timber
higher. ' Through the alchemy of
modern commerce the wages the la
borer don't get become the millions
the land monopollat does get. Ore
gon has given Its timber land for the
most part to a lot of alien sharks,
who might as weM be English dukes,
as some of them are, to whom we
pay tribute. There la a string to
every grant of land In all countries
That la the right of taxation. We
will pull It In Oregon one of these
daya, saye the Labor Press, as they
are doing In New Zealand, and get'
ting ready to do in England.
Dr. John McLoughlln and his work
in aiding the early Battlers at Ore
gon City wl!4 not be forgotten and
by a decisive vote, this pioneer city
has declared It wi t maintain the his
torlo home of Dr. McLoughlin as a
public monument o his work. This
tribute to Dr. McLoughlln wilt meet
with the hearty approval of all
right thinking people everywhere.
Advertising a locality by moans
of a railroad folder is good and It
U money well sp?nt, but th8 town
that advertise itse'f with a good
local paper oilnga more attention
to Itself, doMar for dollar, than all
the railroad pamphlets In the world.
Labor Press,
STATU) OP OREGON
Department of Publio Instruction,
Salem
Information Concerning Eighth Grade
Final Examination.
1. DATES:
Tlra examination, annually. Each
county superintendent to select
months for his county,
(a) January 20-21, 1910.
(b) May 12-13, 1910.
(c) June 910, 1910.
(d) September 1-9, 1910.
1. PROGRAM:
(a) Thursdays physiology, Writ
tag, Hlatory, nd Civil Govern
ment. (b) Fridays Grammar, Arithme
tic. Oeography and Spelling.
I. SOURCES OF QUESTIONS:
(a) Arithmetic Practical Arith
metic Smith.
manshlp as indicated In copied
matter and from manuscript fu
Language,
(b) Civil Government, United
States Conetltutton.
(e) Geography Stata Couree of
Btudy; Redway and Illoman'a
Natural School Geography.
(d) Hietory List of topic from
Hlatory Outllnt In State Course
of Study nd Current Events,
(e) Grammar 'Buehler's Modern
Jbfe very nfgM they're coming home.
Cbeip faces will appear
Once more around the "yultttdt feast,
Our sons and daughters dear.
Chen there'll be all the babies, too,
Co jolt upon my hnee
3nd mahe our big, old fashioned bouse
H 6cene of revelry,
J"be bemloch wreaths bang on the wall.
Chat spray of mistletoe
Recalls, old dear, our 6parhfng days,
Some fifty years ago,
SI ben first I hissed you underneath
. Che bough of fateful pearls.
I seem to see you once again,
Che sweetest of all girls.
English Grammar, no diagram
ming. (f ) Physiology Graded Lessons
In Physiology and Hygene
. Krolm.
(g) Reading The teacher will
eend to the County Superinten
dent ths applicant's class stand
ing In reading, which shall be
taken by such superintendent as
the applicant's standing on the
subject.
(h) Spelling Reeds Word Les
sons. (I) Writing Specimens of pen
Resreetfully submitted,'
J. H. ACKERMAN,
16c4 Supt. Public Instruction.
Notice of Eighth Grade Examina
tions, Enterprise, Oregon, Dec. 6, 1909.
The first two examinations for
Eighth Grade clans 33 will be hold
January 20-21 and May 12-13, 1910.
Teachers preparing classes for
either of the above dates will re
port names and ages of applicants
thirty days before date selected.
Respectfully,
J. C. OONLEY,
16c6 Supt. of Schools,
f-RSTORATIO.V TO ENTRY OF
Lands 111 National FnroMl Vntl .a
Is hereby given that the lands described
uuiuw, omoraniiK 417.35 acres, within the
Wallowa Natl ial FiTost, Oregon, will be
subjeot to ottloment and entry und.r
me provision of the homestead Inws of
(he rutted state and the set of June
11, 1904 (31 Slat., 223), at the Unlt3d
States 4nnd nrn-.A nt 1 ji "3rnn.lA nru.
son, on February 2. 1910. Any settlor
huo was actually and in good (aim
claiming any of nail lands for agilcul-
THE NEW
MEAT
MARKET
In the old Electric .
Theatre Building on
River Street,
FRESH, SALT ANO
SMOKED MEATS
EVERYTHING CLEAN :- -JIEATS
- CUT RIGHT
VEST & VEST
PROPRIETORS
COPYRIGHT. 1009, BY AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION
tural .purposes prior to January 1, 190s,
ind lma not abandoned same, ' has a
preference Tlht to make a homestead
ontry for the lnnds actually occupied.
Snld lands were 1 Btcd upon the applica
tions of the persons mentioned below,
who have a preference rlsht subject
to the prior right of any such settler,
provided such settler or applicant Is
qualified to muke homcaUuid entry and
the preference il;ht is exercised prior
to February' 2 i, 1910, on which, date the
lands will be subject to settlement and
entry Jy any qualified person. . The
lands embraje a 'tat of 93.1 acres,
wnlcli when surveyed will probably bo
within See. 15, T. 5 K.t U. 46 E., W.
M., bounded i and described as follow:
Beginning at the F. 8. M., a basalt
cliff on the west sldo of ItaHln Creek
opposite the mouth of Hash Creek,
four chains from the edge of the water.
approximately the rtirner common to
Sees. 9, 10, 15 and 1H. T. 5 N., R.
E., thence S., 6" chains; thence E., 8.75
duilns; thence N. 9 des. 45 mla L,
it chains; thence V.. 19.90 chains, to
aorner No. 1, listed upon the appllca
Hon of M. R Hotdiklxs of Kntar-
prise, Oregon; 1.1 t 6-115. A tract ol
146.25 acres, probably within Sec. 23, T.
3 S., It. 4S K, bo indej and described
as follows; HcKlnnlnn nt the F. S. M.,
a prominent rock In the NV cornor o.
McUraw Basin, 67.5 chains north and
5 chains west of approximate corner to
-Sees. 23, 24, 25 and 26. T. 5 S., It. 48
B., thence S., 30 chains; thence S. 45
detf. K., 21.21 chat is; thence N. 2
chains; thence S. 66 de. 20 mln. F.
13.60 chains; thence N. 17.50 chains
thence N. 51- Aeg. 20 mln. W., 32.
chains; thence W. 30. chains to Cor.
ner No, 1, application of Luther H. Per.
kins of Ho.nesteal, Oregon; List 6-211.
A tract of 108 a -res, probably within
Sec 17, T. 5 N, Tt. 47 R.. bounded and
Jescrlbed as follows: Ui'Klimlnii at cor
ner 1 (from corner 2 the Sff end of
tho roof of the hjuso bears N. 66 deK.
30 mln. 34.8 chains) thence N. Si
deg. 30 mln. , 11.15 chains; thence
N. IS detf. 20 mln. E., 10.21 chains;
thence N. 53 deg. 10 mln. M, 35. chains;
thence a S8 de,-. 30 mln. E., 25.60
chains; thence S., j de K. l - Sl
l,,n,"; uienee s. 66 deg. 30 min W
uiaun io me place of beginning
...".caun or Ucs ave GUIard of Jo
eph, Oregon; List 6-213. A tract of
70 acres, probably within Sec. S. T. 2
R. 60 E., Bo.:nJed and described
at follows: Beginning at a point 80
chains south and 20 chains Rest of
me northwest corner of Section 2 T.
i N., H. 50 E., extending thence' N.,
10 chains; thence W., 10 chains; thence
a, 10 chains; llun?e V 10 chains;
thence &, SO chains; thenco E., 20
chains to the place of beginning. Other
wise described as what will probably
be when surveyed the EVi.of NW14 of
SEK. the SWVi of NWI4 of SEVk and
the of SKV4, fej S. Appll atlon
of William Campbell of White Bird, Id
aho;, List -23. Fred IXmnett, Com
missioner of the General Land Office.
Approved December S, 1S09, Frank
rierco. First Assistant Secretary of the
Interior. 17c4
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given, that the
j undersigned ha- tod mi by the Comity
Court of WaJlow. county, Oregon,
"rbe pantry shelves are loaded down
CCllth every hind of cahe
Hnd pies of mince and pumpkin 6ucb
He only you can mahe.
Beyond the close shut parlor door
Hn angel bright and fair
Is loohlng down upon a tree
Chat stands all ready there.
Put up your knitting, mother, dear.
Che tlnhle of the bells
Across the snow clad upper road
In welcome warning swells,
for here are Dlch and Jach and ess
Hnd JMolly, Com and Sue
Hnd all the merry, dimpled, cute,
JMlschlevous youngsters too I
duly appointed a3 joint todanlniatrators
of 1 the estate of John H HhIhpv dp-
KiftflPd anA all nAwyan. ka.iino
claims against said deceased or his
estate are hereby required to present
the same with the proper vouchers to
said administrators or either of them.
it Enterprise, .Oregon,, or to their at
torney, D. W. Sheahan, at his office
at Enterprise, , In said county end
atate, within six months- from and af
ter the 16th day of Dacember, 1909,
the some being Vie date of the first
publication of this notice.
Dated at Enterprise, Oregon,, this
the 16th day of Desemher, 1909.
. . , ELSIE) L. HAiLSEY,
WIL.LIA.M MAKIN,
17c3 s. Joint Administrators.
NOTICE OF FINAL. SETTLEMENT.
tn the County Court of the State o;
Oregon, for Wallowa County.
In the matter of the Estate of Leon
ard O. Snell, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that the under
signed has filed with the Clerk of the
ibove named coirt, his final account
uid report as administrator of the above
lamed estate and the Judge of the said
-Tourt' has fixed upon Monday, January
17, 1910, at the hour, ofc 10 o'clock a. m.,
t the County Court House In the City
f .Enterprise, Wallowa County, Ore
on, as the place for final hearing of
laid report and account and all objec
ilons thereto and why said estate should
lot be closed and settled as provided
by law. CHA3. RICE, Administrator
J. P. RUSK, Attorney for Administrator.
NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL
BONDS.
Sealed proposals' wlH be received
by the undersigned, up to and In
cluding Jan. 3rd, 1910, at sit o'clock
P. M, for the purchase of $30,000
Bonds of School District No. 6,
Wallow County, Oregon.
Said bonds to be dated Jan. 3rd,
1910, due In twenty (20) years from
date of lssu, optional on and after
ten years (10) years from said date,
bearing Interest at not to exceed six
per cent (6 per cent) per annum,
payable seml-annuaHy, principal and
Interest payable at the office of the
Treasurer of AVa'lowa County, or'
designated Fiscal Agency In New
York City, as may be designated by
he purchaser, bonds to be In denom
ination of $500 or $1,000 each, bid
ders to name the price and rate of
Inteust al' which they will purchase
s:tld bonds, or any portion thereof,
tach bid toeing accompanied by a cer
tified check for five Per cent (5 per
rent) of the amount of honds bid for,
the right being reserved by the Boan
of Directors of said school district to
reject any or all bids submitted.'
W. T. BELL,
Treasurer,. Y.'ai:o;va County, 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 banK satisfactory and
profitable. 11 Aside from our excellent
facilities, this bank lias the advr-uitcic of
a large capital" and substantial list of
stockholders. It is also a "State Deposi
tory. If you are not a customer we
invite you to become one.
Stodpwers and Farmers National Bank
Wallowa, Oregon
United States Laod Notices
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at La-Grande,
Oregon, November 29, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that Julia
E. Sergeant, nee Nell, of Imnaha,
Oregon, who on December 6, 1904,
made Homestead Entry No. 13972,
serial, No. .04296, for NB, Section
24, Township 1 North, Range 46 East,
Willamette Meridian, has filed notice
of Intention to make Final Five Year
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before C. M. Lock
wood, U. S. Commissioner, at hla of
fice In Enterprise, Oregon, on the
17th day of January, 1910. ,
Claimant names as witnesses: Wil
liam R. Davis, of Joseph, Oregon,
Ceylon A. Fisk, of Imnaha, Oregon,
Omar J. Stubblefleld, of Zumwalt,
Oregon, Elmer Jew'.!, of Entenxrise,
Oregon.
15c5 F. C. BRAMWELL, Register
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
United States Land Office at La
Grande, Oregon, November 11, 1909.
Notice Is hereby given that Clair
H. Ford, whose postoffice address is
Zumwalt, Oregon, did, on the 4th day
of June, 1909, file in this office
Sworn Statement and Application,
No. 06629, to purchase Lot 4,
SW4 NW, W14 SW, Section 3,
Township 2 N, Range 47 East, Wil
lamette Meridian, and the timber
thereon, under the provisions of the
act of June 3, 1878, and acts amend
atory, known as the "Timber and
Stone Law," at such value ae might
be fixed by appraisement; and that,
pursuant to such application, the
land and timber thereon have been
appraised, the timber estimated
375000 board feet at $1.00 per M, and
the land $80.00; that said applicant
will offer final proof in support of
his application ' and sworn statement
n the 27th day of January, 1910,
before C. M. Lookwood, U. S. Com
mdssloner.at his office, at Enterprise,
Oregon.
Any person is at liberty to protest
this purchase hefore entry, or inltl-
ite a contest at any time before pat
wit Issues, by filing a corroborated
affidavit In this office, alleging facts
A'hleh would defeat the entry.
13c . F. C. Bramwell, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
United States Land Office at La
'3rande, Oregon, November 11th, 1909.
Notice Is hereby given that Mae C.
Bowlby, whose postoffice address Is
Enterprise, Oregon, did, n the 16th
lay of March, 1909, file in this of-
flee Sworn Statement and Applica
tion, No. 05969, to purchase the S
NEK, SB14 of NW and NEV1 of
3W, Section 7, Township 1 North,
Range 45 East, Willamette Meridian,
tnd ths timber thereon, under the
provisions of the act of June 3,
1878, and acts amendatory, known as
the "Timber and Stone Law," at
such value as might be fixed by ap
praisement, and that, pursuant to
men application, the land and timber
theroon have been appraised, the
timber estimated 220000 hoard feet
at $1.00 per M nd the land $80.00;
that said applicant will offer final
proof la support of her application
and sworn statement on the 27th
lay of January, 1910, before C. M.
Lockwood, U. S. Commissioner, at
"lis office, at Enterprise, Oregon.
Any person la at liberty to protest
this purchase before entry, or Initi
ate a contest at any time before pat
ent issues, by filing a corroborated
affidavit la this office, alleging facts
which would defeat the entry.
13c F. C. Bramwell, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
U. 9. Land Office at La Grande,
Oregon.
Oct. 11. 1909.
Notice Is hereby given that George
S. . Craig, whose postoffice address
is Enterprise, Wallowa County, Ore
gon, did on the 2nd day of Febru
ary, 1909. file In this office Sworn
Statement and Application, No. 03455,
to purchase the SWVi of SB 4, Sec
tion 12, Township J S, Range 43
E, Willamette Meridian, and the
Umber thereon, under the provisions
of the act of June 3, 1878, and acts
amendatory, knowa as the "Timber
and Stone Law," at such value as
might be fixed by appraisement, and
that, pursuant to such application,
the land and timber thereon havb
been appraised, the timber estimated
100000 board feet at $0.80 ner M,
and the land $20.00; that said appli
cant will offer final proof in support
of his application and sworn state
ment on the 2Sth day of December,
1909, before C. M. Lockwood, U. S.
Commissioner, at his office, at Enter
prise, Oregon.
Any person is at liberty to protest
this purchase before entry, or initi
ate a contest at any time before pat
ent Issues, by filing a corroborated
affidavit in this office, alleging facts
which would defeat the entry.
8cll F. 3. BRAMWELL, Register.
Legal Adrertisements
NOTICE OF FINAL" SETTLEMENT.
In the County Court of the State
of Oregon for Wallowa County.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Soloman G. Wood, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned has filed with the Clerk
of the above named court, his final
account and report as administrator
of the above named estate and the
Judge of the said Court has fixed up
on Monday, December 20th, 1909, at
the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., at the
County Court House in the City of
Enterprise, Wallowa County, Oregon,
as the place for final hearing of said
report and account and all objec
tions thereto and why said estate
should not be closed and settled as
provided by law. t
JOHN A. WOOD,
Administrator.
Dated this 19th day of November,
1909. -59s5
IN THE COUNTY COURT.
of the State of Oregon, for the Coun
ty of Wallowa
In the matter of the Esiateand
Guardianship of Lianie Basim?
Now at this time thl3 cause came
on for hearing upon the application
of Carl Whltmore, the duly appointed,
qualified aaid acting guardian of Lin
nle Baslm, an insane parson, for an
order directing the next of kin of
said Insane persoa and all persons
Interested to her estate to show
cause at the next regular term of
this court if any they have, why an
order shall not be made for the Bale
of the following described land be
longing to said insane Person, to
wit, the Southeast quarter of South
west quarter of Section Twenty.
fiiree In Township Two South of
Range Forty-Four East of the Wil
lamette Meridian, for the purpose of
paying .the debts of said ward and
for her maintenance, and it appear
ing from the verified petition filed
that the said LInnle Baalm Is an In
uie person resldlne in Wallowa
County, Oregon, but now temporar
ily an Inhabitant of Multnomah coun
ty, Oregon, and that she is the owner
of the above described lands and
that Dora Kooch and Lizzie Whit-
more, both residing in Wallowa Coun.
ty, Oregon. John Easim of Phocnlr
Oregon, and Judson Baslm of Salem',
wegon, are the next of kin of said
ward and the enly persons Interest
ad in her eibate. it la thre.fnra r.
dered that the siii Linnla ' Baslm,
uora Kooch, Lizzla Whltmore, John
Baslm and Judson Baslm and aU
others Interes'.ed in said esmi. n.
pear before this Court on the 3rd
day of January, A. D. 1910, at Two
o'clock P. M., at the County Court
nouse to Enterprise Wallowa Coun
y, Oregon, and show
they have, why aa order shall not
oe made authorising the said guar
dian of the said Linnla Raslm f
ell the above dewibed lands, and
... is lartner ordered that service of
this order be made bv oublipatinn of
a copy thereof for three consecutive-
weeks in the Wallowa Chieftain, a
aewspaper puWlshsd weekly at En
terprise, Oregon.
Witness the Hon. J. B. Olmsted,
County Judge of Wallowa Co jnty.
State of Oregon, whh the seal of
the County Court of said County
hereunto affixed on this 4th day"
Decernher, X. D. 1909.
(SEAL) W. C. BOATMAN,
16c , County Clerk,

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