ALL THE OFFICIAL
NEWS 'OF WALLOWA
' COUNTY IN THE N-l
ALL THE NEWS WHILE
11 IS NEWS TWICE-A-WEEK
ELEVENTH YEAR. NO. 105.
ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, SATURDAY, APRIL. 30, 1910.
CITY OFFICIAL PAPER
Cent a word single Insertion, 1
cento a word Insertions. Special
rates by month, and year.
Dressmaking and plain sewing. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Miss- Llda
Check book used, morocco wi'th claap,
Stockgrowem" and Farmers" - bank.
Leave with News-Record. 104bl
Thos. Siegmund lett on sate at Bi-
toyi &., Riley's the Wonder Washer.
Fullblood White Langshang eggs for
setting."- 1.00 per 15. Mrs. J. D.
' MONEY TO LOAN
Stat Funds loaned. 6 per" cent. John
P. Rusk. Atty. State Land B'd. Joseph
Parm lnann at 1M percent. Call or
write First Bank of Joseph. 58btt
Yuniber. Anyone having dumber of
any grade In any amount for saie,
or who has timber he Intends to saw
aoon. and wishes to contract the lum
her. call on or address W. F. Rankin
at Han ey planer In Enterprise, Agent
for W. R. Kivette. p
Ho isskeaper wanted to keep house
;' man wlthitwo children. Call on
or write Ted' Johnsonj Enterprise,
Two black work horses, 1 branded
'.7A on right stifle,, the other with
white spot on left side. Information
leading to recovery will be thankfully
received. J. L. Fine, Enterprise, or
egon. ' lOObm
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Notice la hereby given that the
city electloni for the purpose of elect
ing a mayor, two counoiimen, one
citv recorder, one city treasurer
and one city attorney, will be held
1 at the office of WE. Taggart from
1 o'clock p. m. to 6 o'clock p. m
Tuesday, May 3, 1910.
"W. E. TAGGART,
102w2 City Recorder.
The field and poultry fencing at
Keltser's la the Pittsburgh Electric
Weld the weld, that held. .
COFFEE FOR TWO.
At yet it's a table Just for two,
A plat for me and a plate for Su
My bride and L
Whits at her heart U the cloth between,
Bright ai her eyes the silver's sheen ;
To nnderitand and to calculate
Why I have won so much from Fate,
Ai sha who gases with tyta of bin . .
AcroM the table set for two.
Fragrance o' flow'ret in her breast, - '
Whiff from the urn ; now, which is best?
I scarcely know I
' Sweet is the cent of tie double rose,
But oh, that sniff from the urn's bright nest
Is surely so. ..
. And smiles seemdearer and lips more sweet
When seen through the abimmer of fragrant
heat .' '
FromCHASI & SAJTBORK'S perfect brew
Abort ear tablo set for two.
We Have the Exclusive Agency in Enterprise
W. J. FUNK a co.
POLEY AND WIFE TO
- VISIT IN THE EAST
Mr. A.. F. Poley left Enterprise
Thursday morning for Portland,
where ho will transact, business. lor
few days,,, then turn east for a
business visit In New York. Oa
his way to New York Mr. Poley
will meet Mrs. Poley la Spokane,
and together thy will go east.
After a visit la New York both! M.
and Mrs. Poley will probably go to
the southwest' and Mexico for a
visit returning to Enterprise later.
Mir. Poley was at one time a very
successful dentist, but of late years
has been ranching lm Wallowa coun
ty where he owns considerable prop
erty both In and around Enterprise.
Fruit of All Kinds;
. Every Vegetablt
List of Some of the, Things Thiat
Are Raised In Wallowa
It would do the easterner good to
meet an old rancher in the person
of J. W. Nedrow who hii stxwit
practically a lifetime In. the1 'west.
em country, and a full generation
or more In Wallowa county. Year
ago Mr, Nedrow took up land on
the Grande Rondo river, but lat
terly ran upcd some school land In
.he north part of the county, some
alx or 'eight ml'.3 northwest from
Sled Springs. It pleasedi Mr. Ned
row so much 'that he took up the
:and, or , 160 acres of It, undefi the
old school land law, and there he
has made his home ever since.
In .this . place Mr. Nedrow" has
raised' almost all' kinds of fruit at
least, all kinds of s fruit that can
be grown in this latitude. He has
3ucces3.fully grown . prunes, apples,
the'flnest cherries or some of 'the
finest cherries that caa be grown
anywhere, peaches, raspberries, black
berries, strawberries, plums and all
vegetables, including cucumbers and
tomatoes,.- ,V; ; - . ""
During the vegetable and ; fruit
esason Mr. Nedrow hauls vegetables
fruits Into Enterprise. His to
rn atoes an-dl cucumbers find a big mar
ket here, as well as his fruits, and
he , makes these smaller crops pay
I his expenses. In addition he devotes
cons id era Die of his farm to the pro-
duct Ion of horses, cattle and hogs.
A number of Joseph people have
been coming to Enterprise three
times a week for the past ,wo or
three months in order to receive os
teopathic 'treatment. Among those
recently discharged' with gratifying
results .were Mts. A. P. Wilson,
Mrs. Bert Cole, Miss Emma Roup,
Miss In a Estes and Mrs. Fred Pier
ren. Most of the time Dr. Moore
' has a large list of out of town pa
tients seeking the benefits of otseo
pathy. We understand Dr. and Mrs.
Moore will be in the county three
months longer before they go east
for their post-graduate work.
Teas arid Co f
fees Need no
Praise to the
They Have .
Lived for Dec
ades in the
Homes of the
THOUSANDS OF ACRES
ARE WAIT ING FOR YOU
Husbands of Industry
Will Find Rich Re
THE KIND OF PEOPLE
NEW WALLOWA HAS
Xvery Industrious Settler
Will Find Himself One
of a Big, Busy Family.
To the shop and tndll and fae
ory workers of the . east, the west
lifers inducements- which were of
ed the, forefathers1 of the east
ern shop worker, two op-three .gen
erations ago lathe middle stales.
Wallowa county today offers the
ad tana' and Illinois worker of today
hat Indiana and Illinois offered the
enmsylvanlan 75 years ago. .. .
But with this tremendous distinc
ion: That today we have the lm
etus of all our over-populated cen
tra to hasten settlement here now,
vhereas 75 years ago over-populated
jenters " were conspicuously absent.
Vnd today, In Wallowa county, we
lave means of transportation with
.vhlch to aid this rapid settlement,
vEereas to years o in such states
is Illinois transportation facilities
vers very crude. :,
' Means are Modern.
The means conducing to the
growth of the whole northwest are
nodern. The modem growth means
i growth by leaps and bounds. 'And
mch growth . means rapid and in
.ense' rlse In realty values, in which
.he reaKy. holder sees hlsl wealth in
crease by the sheer settlement of
; All through Wallowa countyi such
pportunltles lie waiting the coming
rf that eastern settler who has some
jooney and considerable ability to
stick to a good thing. No 'one can
jet rich in Wallowa county wlth-
ut' working and sticking to a good
hlng. Here as elsewhere effort and
nttelligent direction, sobriety, econ-
my, persistence, determination, and
11 the qualities that make fort sec-
eess everywhere, are necessary for
luccesa here. There are no mare
snaps" and "easy things" Ini Ore-
jon than hi any 'portion of any, other
place. The lazy and indolent can
io more reap golden rewards, nor
gather flowers from thistles- here
than I In the marts of New York.
But eastern Oregon, and especially
Wallowa county, and still more es
pecially In and about Enterprise,
-here are opportunities tying just
under the surface of thousands of
acres of rich, virgin sou, sucn as
no Industrious man can ftind in any
eastern or more settled portion of
the country. And In Enterprise there
ire sites and power, for the manu
factories that are as certain to come
is the sun Is certain to shine.
.We have rushing .through the very
center of our county seat city such
water power thousands of horse
power going to waate as the east
ern manufacturer perhaps never
dreamed of. Power enough, Indeed,
to turn the wheels and shafts of t
tremendous manufacturing common
lty is now in Its pxletine scenlci beau
ty, ready to save expenee In the, pro
duction of any article of necessity
(Continued on Wednesday,)
The Bundle ef Hay.
"How te this. Herr WlrtV" eiclnlmed
the amused traveler, going over the
items of food and drink on his bill.
"You have ns charged with a bundle
"Quite righL quit right" responded
the Jolly German landlord readily.
"Yon complained Inst night of the
mooing of a cow in the adjoining (.la
bia, and I gave nor a bundle of bsj to.
quiet her."--Kcrlbner' a Magazine.'
t Innocent 61rt .
ftarcantlc Father Jnllo., that yonng
man Smlly baa beep here three nlgbui
to succession, and U has been nearly
rolduifibt wbaa be left "Hadn't yea
better Invite bin to bring bis trunk
and make bla borne with as?
Innocent Daughter Oh, papal May
II U waa Just what be wanted, but
be was too bashful to, ask you. He'll
be delighted woeu I tll Wen tula Ten-
tog- - . ... , . .
MRS. L. A. JACKSON HEARS
OF LITTLE! NEPHEW'S DEATH,
Mrs. L. A. Jackson of this city,
wife of the druggist of, that name,
yhas learned of the death of her lit
tle nephew at Menu 111, Ohio, Friday,
April 22. , The little four-year-old
nephew was the only son- of Mr. and
Mrs. Omar Carr tf the place men
tioned, and was missed -,. from the
house by the parents only for 10
minutes. Upon- the father's going
to search for him, the little body
was found in a small ditch -running
shallow water, In which the little
fellow drowned. The strange coin
cidence Is that the nephew of ..Mrs.
Jackson drowned on the same day
the little sons of M.r. and Mrs, W.
HJ Dilworth drowned here.
WILL ATTEND THE STATE
! SUPREME COURT
j Attorneys T, M.' Dill, D. W; Shea
than and J. A. Burleigh will" leave
Monday to attend the supreme court
Utf. Pendleton. Mar. Dill has a case
from Wisconsin, of considerable
length" of duration which he will
.represent. Attorneys Sheahaa , and
liurlelgh also have cases taken up
for the court's consideration.
Promise.' "April 27 Burton Miller
has recently returned from Chata-
oooga, ' Tenn., where he has been
attending law ' school. ' He brought
Kith him a friend who has been at
tending the same school, who' will
visit here for a short time.
Rev. Thomson of the Christian de
nomination preached at Promise
Saturday afternoon and twice on
Pat Ballard of West Grossman
as a Promise visitor Sunday. -
Clint Clemens and Lacy Trump
were visiting friends In West Gross
Ethel Snuffer was one of the sue;
cessful ones In working the puzzle
in the piano contest. She received
check of $103 X)o on, the price, of
Ite-v. Fred G. Potter preached to
a large congregation at West Gross
Mr. end Mrs. F. R. Clemens have
been in Wallowa for a week, .re
under auspices of th Enterpru
provement League t
ARRIL 30, "at 8:00
A. J. BOEHMER, Director.
- PART ONE.
Opening Chorus - - "Unfold Ye
tw.i from "Redemption. .
wrnmental Solo -, Valse (Chopin)
Miss Ava Conoway
Mlaa Edna Ragsdale.
Vocal Duet, "Till We Meet Again."
Miss Edna Browning
Mr. A. J. Boehmer
Banjo Solo - - Selected
N. Ardrey, of Portland,
Vocal Solo, "Uo,od-Bye Sweet Day,"
Mrs, C. M, Lackwood
Instrumental Duet "Dreama of Home,
Misses Olma ted and Ragsdale.
Vocal Solo, "When the Tide Comes
Mr. A. J Boehmer. ,
- PART TWO.
Chorus, "The Millers. Woih6V Eaton
Trombone, Roto. , -. v Seleceted
Clarence E, Ve.at
MU Joyce Craig,
Reading, "Queente at a Bait Game"
, Miss Nanne Heaton.
Vocal Solo "For AU Eternity." Masch
Mr. A. J. Boehmer.
Vocal Solo "Merrily I Roam," Schlel-
M.'aa Edna Browning.
V.u-al r.v, "H: Shall 8Ved.HU.
; Tlock." Emanuel. -Mioses
1-rot.ning and Cialr.
Finale Chorus and Tableaux, 'Colum
bia, Qucn of h Nation,"
NOTED ANIMAL IN HORSE
SHOW HERE IS 80LD
All local horseman and all those
interested in the splendid exhibit of
horses given in Enterprise , few
weeks ao, will recall the imported
Percheron stallion Galeen, owned by
the McLaughlin brothers. The stal
lion attracted considerable attention
while on exhibition here. He has
since been sold by the McLaugh
lin brothers to the Sparks brothers
o: Jfeucuoton. The renaieton Tru-
une give 8 the following account of
the transaction': "The imported
Perchcton stallion Galeen has been
purchased of McLaughlin Bros, by
the Sparks Bros., well known ranch
ers of I endieton, for the price of
13500. Galeen is a beautiful grey,
we'gliirg JVM' vound8, and will be
kepi, hi t"ie unlty of Pendleton and
the Sparks lanch."
TEMPERANCE LECTURE WAS
LARGELY ATTENDED! HERE
The temperance lecture given to
the Methodist church of Enterprise
by the Rev. W. A. Foulkes of Port
land, pastor of tha First Presbyter
ian church of that city, was well
attended Wednesday night by the
people of Enterprise. The speaker
is a most able man of high) cul
w. and 'deep research and. gave
universal pleasure and satisfaction
in his discoures. Those who heard
him express 'the desire to hear him
again. During Mr. Foulkes stay In
Enterprise he was entertained by
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hyatt at their
' ' Why He Was 8d.
Jones' rich grandmother died, and
Joues seemed unnaturally depressed
and sad. " His friends tried to cheer
- "She left a last will and testament, I
suppose," said Jenkins carelessly.
"Oh, yes," said Jones, raising his
bead at last, "she left a will and testa
"Ah," chimed In Brown, "yon were
always a friend of hers t Of course
your name was mentioned?'
"Yes," answered Jones, bursting into
floods of tears, "my namu was men
tioned, boys- I I am to have"
' Tbey bung expectant, while more
sobs choked back bis words '
"I." he declared at last, "am to hove
the testament.'"-rLondon Scraps. v
Japalac, varnish stains, linseed oil
at Burnaugh & Mayfleld's. ,
Uvery, Feed and Sale Stable
R. U. DAY, Proprietor
Good Kigs Fair Treatment Horses Bought and Sold
Special Attention to Commercial Trade ,
Rates for Regular Boarders Bus to and From Trains
Best of Help Employed Home Phone
Open Day and Night One Block North of Hotel Enterprise
293 acres Alder Slope, $23,000.00
80 acres Alder Slope, $ 8,000.00
1 GO acres hill land, about six miles out, $2,000.00
820 acres, 12 miles out, $3,200.00
City Lota, $100 to $300
Residence Property, $650 to $3,000
Fire Insurance Surety Bond Live Stock Insurance
W. E.' TAGGART The Pioneer Real Estate Man.
ENTERPRISE, : : : OREGON
fcCartfiii Bankmf Insurti tht Safity of Dtpositi."
Depositors Have That Guarantee at
WALLOWA NATIONAL BANK
OP ENTERPRISE, OREGON
Wc Do a General Banking Business.
Exchange Bought and Sold on
All Principal Cities.
Geo. W. Hyatt, President
. Geo. H. Craig, Vies President
Geo .8. Cbaio
i. H. Dobbin
BIG REAL ESTATE
" DEAL - PUTTHROUGH
W. E. A. 'WATSON 8ELLS 832
ACRES TO LAGRANDE MEN
8UM $45,030 INVOLVED.
One of the biggest real estate deals
of recent months was that made
Tuesday of this week by W. E, A.
Watson, when he sold to Press Lew
is and James Russel, both of La-
Grande. 832 acres of land la one
block, in the Alder Slope district.
The consideration: is reported as be
ing (45,000. The deal involved the
change of hands of all the stock, ma
chinery, etc., on the land.. Itis said
that the new purchasers will place
a man upon the land Immediately
to look after lit, but that the ultimate
plan Is to have the whole 832 acres
cut up Into smaller tracts and put
upon the market. ' . " '
Many eastern persons would be
glad to learn- of j thisthose who
contemplate -the purchase of small
ranches lm Wallowa county. The op
ening up of tracts from the larger '
holdings Is one of the biggest In-'
ducenionta to the eastern settler who
comes with only two or three thou-,
sand dollars to work out a legitimate
destiny of contentment and prosper- ,
lty in Wallowa county. . Placing this
big block of land on the market In
smaller tracts will prove a big ad
vertisement for Enterprise. . .
W. M. Peterson vs. Joseph Allen,
uh to recover, money. Peterson
and Wilson attorneys for plaintiff. '
A. F. Sheets vs. Frank and Odell
Marr, attachment suit. W. G. Trill
attorney ior u piamuii.
J, M. Simmons vs. Laura A. Ham
ilton et al, suit to recover money.
Burleigh & Boyd attorneys for :
plaintiff. . ' , ,
R. S. & Z. Co., a corporation- vs.
Will Baker, attachment uit. - T. M.
Dill, attorney for. the, plaintiff, ! , A
Just 'received a shipment of mar-'
ble and am prepared to furnish mon-"'
uments on short notice. Prices and -work
right. Also agent for the cel
ebrated Stewart's Iron Fence. Char. -lea
Willgerodt, Enterprise. lOObm
W. R. Holmes, Cashier
Frank A. RvU, AmU Cashier
W. R. Holmes
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