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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 postofflce at
Enterprise. Oregon, under the Act of
March 3, 1879.
Subscription Rates: One year $2,
six month SI, three mouths 60c,
one month 20c. On yearly caah-in-advance
subscriptions a discount of
J 5c la given.
WEDNESDAY,. JULY 20, 1910.
City and County
Brief News Items
.Ice Cream Freqzers a brand new
stock at Keltner's,
, M. W. Goodman of Lostlne was in
Enterprise) Monday.
R. L. Day made a business trip
to Wallowa Friday. ?
Fishing tackle all Kinds and sal
. moa eggs at Keltner's.
Simon McKenzle of Lostlne tran
sacted business la Enterprise Mon
day. . ' '
Carter's White Lead and Linseed
Oil at Keltner's.
A fine girl baby arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Marks
'Friday morning.
Assessor MILler returned; Saturday
evening from an extended official
triip through the north part of the
county.
. If you want good feed for your
- team and good treatment come to
White Front Barn. ' 97btf
The Ladles Aid of the Presbyte
rian, church will meat .with Mrs. W.
W. White Friday afternoon, July 22.
at 2:30 o'clock. . .; ' . y
Mr. and Mrs.S. N. Browning and
little daughter- have moved fron
Manhattan, ' Idaho, to Enterprise
where they will reside In the future.
v All phone orders for hut to and
from depot promptly attended to.
White Front barn. Home phone. 97b
Dr. Irwin' of Joseph attended
circuit court as a witness Friday of
last week, In the case, of the state
versus Aldiich charged with shooting
with-attempt to kill. V
Poultrymen, call at Keltner's and
see the Pelaluma incubators on ex
hibition. K .
Reports from well over the coun
ty are to the effect that though the
spring grain is suffering from the
lack of .raln-ttie fall grain is in ex
cellent condition. June of this sea
son did not bring the rainfall usu
ally Incident to that month.
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Sell your cream to the Enterprise
' Creamery Co., and get- the highesj
market price for it. '.
' Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Axtell of Pitts
burg, Pa., parents of ,Mrs. Daniel
Boyd, and Miss' Luclle Boyd of The
Dalles, are visiting the family of At
torney Daniel Boyd.. Miss Lucile
Boydi Is the daughter of Mr. John
Boyd, well known In Enterprise, and
Is here both to visit and to take,
the teachers' examination prepara
tory to teaching at Promise. .
Dream on, if you must, but
when you get, real awake and
into the class of live ones,
east your .sunburnt face v into
the direction of Harvey's all
kinds of iced goods.
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ENTERPRISE
BE81 OF MEATS
Highest Market Combes &
Price for
Pelts and Hides
.PROPRIETOR
I Wallowa County Title &
Abstract Company
A- C. MILLER, President
Office in Company's new brick building opposite front of
new Court House, Oldest and most complete abstract plant
in county. Abstracts of title furnished promptly and cheap
ly. Insurance written in largest and strongest companies.
Money Loaned at very Lowest Current Rates
Plumbing, plumbing fixtures) pipes
and fittings, rt Keltner's.
Rev. Frank Gray of La Grande
visited - friends In Enterprise this
week."
The Helping Hand club will serye
refreshments Saturday afternoon, on
Main street.'
D. H. Steward and family of La
Grande arrived at the lake this week
for an outing.
P. H. Smith and C. C. Bride of
Joseph transacted business In La
Grande this week.
Chief O. R. & N. Dispatcher Oor
bett of La Grande camped this week
at the head of the lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bayliss are at
Toppenlsh, Wash., for a few months,
during the fruit season.
E. A. Searle, representing the Bald
win Piano company, is in. Enterprise
for a few days. Mr. Searle's home
Is In Wallowa. . ,
Mrs. M. Huffman or Elgin is stay
ing with Miss Rboda Wood, during
Uk absence of their mother, rs.
Martin Lars en In La Grande.
Mrs. Isaac Hetrlck of Swamp Creek
Is quite lo.w of . a complication of dis-'
eases and owing 0 Tier advanced I
age there is little hope of her re
covery. , .' j
Misses Mabel VanFleet, Anna Al
exander and Francis Bukill.'who
have been camping at the head ' of
the lake, returned' to their homes j
in La Grande the first of the ye.
Sher,wln & Williams' paints uar- '
anteed at Keltner's. " r
Mr. and Mrs. "A. R. Gardner and
Dr, and Mrs! F. M. Crosby of Kenhe
wick, Wash., aie enjoying an outing
at Wallowa Lake. Mr. Gardner' Is
editor of the Twin City Reporter af
Kennewlck. ;
i H. N. Williams, living near 'Los
tine, stopped in Enterprise ' Mon
day on his way back to his mine
claims some '26 miles east of Jo
seph. While here - he attended a
meeting of this directors of the mine.
W. E. Gaily of the Anaconda,
Mont., Standard, brother of George
Gaily of , this city, returned to his
home In 'Anaconda Sunday morning
last. Mrs. : Llde Gaily of Sterling,
Kas., mother of George Gaily, and
Mrs. M. A. Gaily of Amont, Mo.,
in aunt, are visiting Mr. Gaily and
family' here.
Garden Hose big shipment
prlnklers, , hose fixtures, at Kelt
ner's.' - '
That Enterprise Is rapidly lncreas-,
Ing In her volume of retail trade is
publicly remarked by practically ev
sry traveling salesman .who "makes"
this territory.- And as a verification
of one item entering into this, vol
ume of business, J. T. Harvey Sat
jrday made up one order of 300
pounds of candy, the bulk of which
was ordered by Enterprise firms'.
Sell your cream to the Enterprise
Creamery Co., and get the highest
market price for it.
The local auxiliary of the C. WV
3. M. met. Thursday afternoon of
last week at the home of Mrs. A.
F. Poley. Twenty-two members
were present. A literary program
followed by a refreshing ' luncheon
f Ice' cream and cake was enjoyed
by all present. The next meeting
,of the local will be held the first
Thursday of August.
-La 'Grande Observer: D.' Wynne,
-a special officer of the federal fish
ery! department Is spending a few
days In Wallowa county stocking
the hatchery with a few thousand
special trout. He saya Wallowa
county is one of the most success
ful fish stations In the northwest
and that conditions sseru to be es
pecially adapted for the successful
propogation of the finny tribe. ,
MRS. MARTIN LARSEN
UNDERGOES OPERATION
Martin Larsen returned to Enter
prise' Tuesday afternoon from Hot
Lake where some days ago he and
Mrs. Larsen went for the latter's
health. It was found that Mrs. Lar-
sen's condition demanded an Im me
' uiftie ujciwhwji, auu buu woo if..-
I formed at the Hot Lake Sanltorium
MEAT MARKET
ALWAYS ON HAND.
HotcllkisS INDEPENDENT
1-HUKt zu
Thursday, July 14. Word both from
Mr. Larsen and Miss Grace Wood,
Mrs. Laraen's daughter, a to the ef
fect that Mrs. Larsen Is recovering
nicely, though at present too weak
to make the journey hornet
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS
. ENJOYS SPLENDID PARTY
Mrs. Chambers entertained her
Sunday school class very pleasant
ly at the M. E. parsonage Thurs
day ' evening of last week. After
games op the lawn and' a peanut
hunt upstairs and down, refresh
ments , consisting of ice cream" and
cake, were - served hi the dining
room. In the early twilight the lit
tle girls started homeward after
thanking their teacher for a pfeas-
ant social time.
Program of 0. A. C.
Students at the Lake
List jof Names Shqwing Full Mem
bership of a Most Congenial
Club.
Mention has already been made
briefly of the O. A. C. studentsi who
congregate annually at the Lake for
brief outlne and meeting. The
second annual meeting occurred July
15, when the following program' was
observed: Luncheon at" the falls
1280 o'clock; baseball game (ladies
vs. gentlemen ),4:0O; banquet at the
amusement uompany restaurant ai
J: 3,6 V business, meeting 8:30.,
Following the banquet the assocla-
lon was addressed by Mr. Ed Aid
fch of Pendleton, president of the
State1.' Alumni association. The fol-
.nwl'Og officers we.e then elected for
.he eosulng year: President, A. E.
fully of Wallowa; . vice president,
.irs A. E. Tully of Wallowa; re
cording secretary and treasurer, Ada
uay of Joseph; corresponding sec
tary, Cora Berland of Enterprise.,
.The. Ball Game,'
The ball game was the most ex
iting event of the meeting, the la-
lles demonstrating their superiority
jy defeating the gentlemen by a
icane of 8 to 6. The line-up was as
follows:
LADIES Mrs. A. E. Tully p; Mrs.
it. Burnaugh, c; Jennie Berland, lb;
Jethet McKenzle 2b; Ada Lay, 2b;
3ora Berland, ss; Anna Fine rf;
Iina Allen, cf; Audrey Combes If.
GENTLEMEN Howard McLain,
y, A. E. Tully, c; Lawrence AUen,
lb; Merrtl Gwoshong 2b; J. E. Tul-
y, 3b; Robert McKenzle ss; Char-
s Allen, rf . '
Umpire, Ed Aldrlch; mascot, Mas
ter Lyle Burnaugh; substitute,
ytargaret Boner. .
Persons Present
The names of those present with
.heir addresses are as follows:
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Tully, Wallowa;
3d Aldrlch (editor East Oregonlan)
Pendleton; Lawrence Allen, Lostlne;
Xda Lay, Joseph; MerrU Groshong,
.'oseph; . ChalUs Alien, Bethel Mc
.Cenzie, Nina Allen, Anna Fine, Los
"ine; 'Audrey Combes, Mrs. L. Bur
augh and son Lyle, Enterprise;
tloward McLain, Margaret Boner, J.
. Tully, Wallowa; Essie Bater,
Jnlon; Jennie and Cora .Berland, En
erprlee; Robert McKenzle, Lostlne;
tlomer Hayes, Roy McCully, Annis
Wade, Fay Wade, Joseph; Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Hanley, Lostlne.
KATHLEEN MAVOURNEEN
',' AT THE OPERA .HOUSE
On next Saturday evening the pop
jlar .Lowe Stock company will pre
sent the beautiful Irish comedy drama
tCathleen Mavourneai, the play that
first brought fame to that greatest
if all Irish comedians, the late Wll
Jam J. Scanlan,. Kathleen Mavour
aeen Is considered the masterpiece
of the great Irish playwright, Dion
Bauclcault. It abounds In the very
best of humor, while containing a
heart story that appeals to all. That
it will be presented In a creditable
manner will be conceded' by all who
have seen this very capable company
Manager Lowe is negotiating for
the services of several additional peo
ple, who are expected to Join him
before Saturday. .
TThe Finest Orchards in Oregon.
The orchards In the Grande Ronde
valley known as the Wilson orchard
and the Bridges & Cleaver orchard
are pronounced! by experts from Hood
River and Oregon Agricultural col
lege as the finest la Oregon with
out exception. They are sublrrlgat
ed, and free from insect pests
The Bridges & Cleaver orchard Is
open to Investors In five acre
tracts and' upward. : Easy terms
Let's talk about it.
R. C. Ferguson, Hotel Enterprise.
8oreness of the muscles, whether
Induced by vlotent exercise or Injury
is quickly relieved. By the free appli
cation of Chamberlain's Liniment
This liniment to equally valuable
for muscular rheumatism and always
affords quick relief. Sold by Bur.
naugh ft Mayfleld and all good drug-
Official Proceedings
Of County Court
(Continued frora last v.eek.)
In the matter of the proposed road
by John McDonald and others:
This matter came on to be heard
at this ttae on report of the Board
of County Road Viewers! for a sec
ond reading as- provided by law,
and said report of the Board of
County Road Viewers having been
. now publicly read to open court,
and It appearing to the Court that
said board of County Road View
ers report favorably thereon and
recommend that said proposed Toad
be established as a county road
and be declared a public hfghway
of Wallowa County, Oregon, and
all the files and records of said
proceedings having been submitted
to the District Attorney, who has
aiviaed this Court not to the legal
It of said proceedings, and after
the Court fully considered the
matter,
It Is hereby considered and order
ed that said proposed road bo and
the same be hereby continued.
In the matter of the proposed road
petitioned for by O. F. Mays and
others:
Now, at this time the Court con
siders the matter of allowing the
proposed road, petitioned for by O.
F. Mays and others, andi t appear
ing to the .Court that .the District
Attorney has reported favorably
thereon and that all damages have
been paid, and after the Court ful
ly considering the same.
It is hereby cousidered and order
ed that said road be allowed and
opened for public travel according
to survey thereof.
In the matter of the proposed road
petitioned for by G. F. Lindley and
others:
Now, at thb time the Court con
siders the matter of allowing the
proposed' Toad petitioned for by G.
F. Lindley and others, and It ap
pearing to the Count that the Dis
trict 'Attorney has reported favor
ably thereoa and that all damages'
have been paid, and after the
Court fully considering the same
It Is hereby considered and order
ed that said road be allowed and
opened for public travel according
to survey thereof. ,.
In the matter of the proposed toad
petitioned for by John Anthony and
others:
Now on- this day this matter came
on to be heard on the report of
the County Road Viewers for a
second reading ee- provided . by
law, said report being In words as
follows, to-wlt:
To the Honorable County Court:
We, the undersigned Board' bf
County ' Road Viewers, appointed
by the Honorable Court, to view,
survey and lay out a county road
as prayed for In the petition of
John Anthony and others, beg
leave to report:
That pursuant, to said order we
met at the beginning of the pro
posed road on the 7th day of June,
1910, the same being the time end
place fixed by said order for the
meeting of the undersigned Board
of County Read Viewers, and took
to our assistance Joe Clay and P.
B. Bankhead as chalnbcarer, and
Geo. W. Buchanan as marker, and
proceeded to view, survey and
lay out said road as prayed for in
said "petition, .as near as in our
opinion a good road can be made
at a reasonable expense, taking in-
The White
If you want' a high grade sewing
macnine wnich is a.
WORLD'S STANDARD
OF EXCELLENCE
BUY A WHITE
The machine Is unsurpassed for
simplicity, durability and the char
acter of the work It will do. It Is
made in two styles, the Vibrator
Shuttle and the Improved Rotary
8huttl The lattter machine sews
either a lock or a chain stitch
There are a number of styles to
choose from and the wood work is
the handsomest possible.
Fred S. Ashley
handles the WHITE MACHINE In
Wallowa county.
WHITE FRONT
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
R. L. DAY. Proprietor
Good Rigs Fair Treatment Horses Bought and Sold
Special Attention to Commercial Trade
Rates for Regular Boarders Bus to and From Trains
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, Best of Help Employed Home Phone
Open Day and Night One Block North of Hotel Enterprise
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Abstracts
Loans
Insurance
Reliable Abstracts of title furnished on short
notice.
All Kinds of money to loan on farm property, ,
from one t! five years; large or small amounts
Fire Insurance written in companies that pay
all losses in full.
WALLOWA LAW. LAND ABSTRACT CO.
ENTERPRISE, OREGON
C. M. L0CKW00D, LocKwood Bilyea,
United States Commisslensr Managers
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to consideration the utility, con
venience and Inconvenience and
expense which will result to Indi
viduals as well as the public, If
such road shall1 be established and
opened.
The said road was surveyed under
our directions, andi the ftame was
conspicuously marked throughout,
the corners- and distances thereon
noted, and all trees on the Knej of
said road were marked on each
of the sides thereof corresponding
with the direction of said Toad,
with three notches cut through, the
bark and one' inch Into the -.wood,
and all trees, adjacent to the said
lino of said road were plainly blaz
ed on the side facing said toad.
The' beginning and termination of
said road and the termination of
each time and intermediate points
have bean marked in the manner
provided by law, as wllll more fully
appear by the certified return of
the survey of said road, which 1
hereunto attached and made a part
of this, report.
That in our opinion the saildi pro
posed road should be established
for the following reasons:
It a needed by 'the traveling pub
lic and by settlers living adjacent
to the proposed roadbeing for
them the most practical and much
tlie- shortest distance to the rail
road and to a poatofflce.
No damages allowed.
We consider that the lands of the
George Palmer Lumber company,
through which the proposed road
pasties, will te rendered no le&a
valuable by reason of the establish
ment of the road.
Dated this, 20th day of June, 1910..
H. E. MERRY MAN,
County Surveyor.
H. C. CRAMER,
JONER TRUMP,
Board of County Road Viewers.
And said report of the Board of
County Road Viewers having been
publicly read In open court on two
several days of the present term
of this Court, and it appearing to
the Court that said Board of Coun
ty Road Viewers report favorably
thereon, end recommend that said
proposed "road be established as
a county road and1 be declared' a
public highway of Wallowa county,
Oregon, end all proceedings herein
having been tegular and according
against said petition or the estab
lishment of said proposed road hav
ing been filed; and it appearing
to . law and no remonstrance
that the George Palmer Lumber
company has filed with the clerk
of this. Court a claim for damages,
and that said Board of County
Road Viewers have found that the
lands of said George Palmer Lum
ber company will be rendered no
less valuable by the opening of
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said proposed road and have
aiwestted no damage in favor of
said clulmant, and that said George
(Continued on last page.)
. Teething children' have more or
lcs diarrhoea, which can be controll
ed by giving Chamberlain' Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, All
that la necessary la to give the pre
scribed dose after- each operation of
the bowels more than natural and
then caator oil to cleanse the sys
tem. It is safe and sure. Bold by
Burnaugh & Mayfleld and all good
druggists.
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line of
Ladies' and Children's
Wash Suits Ladies'
Fancy Shirts: Waists,
Undershirts, Muslin
Underyvea r , Hosiery,
Gloves, Etc.
Also a complete line of
Men's Furnishings, in
cluding the McHibbin
and Stetson Hats.
We have just now the
most complete line that
we have ever carried.
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one of the largest houses in
Chicago and have a large
assortment from which, to
make our selections. , B
We discount our bills, which B
gives us the goods laid down u
in our store at the lowest m
cash prices. 8
We give our customers the S
benefit of our cash buy. We
also give a discount on all JJ
cash purchases. jj
If you are going to build B
call and ,let us figure S
with you on Doors and S
Windows. We have just S
received a large stock of B
same and we are going B
to sell them at bed rock h
prices. jj
R.S. & Z.
Company
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NOTICE.
The accounts of Poulaon & Pra
ter have been placed in my hands
for collection. Those knowing them
selves Indebted to thlo firm wlil
p!ea3e call and settle at once.
t W. C. T-GQART.
Ha Fsvar and Asthma
Brlnig discomfort and roiery to
many people but Foley's Honey and
Tar gives' ease and comfort to the
suffering ones. It relieves the con
gestion in the head and throat and
Is soothing and healing. None gen
uine but Foley's Honey and Tar in
the yellow package. Burnaugh 4
Mayflld. .
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