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Lodge Directory
I 0 0 F ENTERPRi3a! vovaja' n
EMERALD REBEKAH LODGE, No. 11
K, n ENTERPRISE LODGE, No
. Of P. 14.
JU ANITA TEMPLE, No. 1. Pythias
Sisters.
MXOmiin ENTERPRISE CHAPTF.K
TiIAoUNIUNo. 30. Royal Arch Masons,
WALLOWA LODGE, No. 2, A. F. A
III I EAGLE CAMP, No. 10497, M
IVl.W-A.W. A Meets first and third
Thursdays In each month. In new Fra
ternal halL Visiting Neighbors always
Welcome.
CHA3. THOMAS, Consul.
J A3 W. RODGER8, CWrk.
ANEROID CAMP, No. 3542, R. I. of A.
Wn ill ENTERPRISE! CAMP, No
.U.W. 585. W. Of W.
ALMOTA CIRCLE. No. 278, W. of W.
THE GOOD
TOBACCO SHOP
IS
HOMAN'S
If You Prefer the Best Brands of
Cigars or SmoKing Tobacco
you can always get what you
want here. Fine line of
PIPES
The same is true of all our
Stock. Come in and see.
PRENTISS HOMAN'S
Next Door to Bank
Enterprise. - - Oregon
W. B. APPLEGATE.
Notary Publit .
Collections made. Real Estate
bought and sold and all business
matters attended to. Call on or
write me.
PARADISE. OREGON.
"E2ES2S2
.What Can You- Expect?
What can you expect your business to
amount to withe ut a Telephone? Do you
suppose acustcmer will lose time running -after
you when you. can call your compet
itor by 'phone?
Home Independent Telephone Co.
J. D. WALCK
Real Estate Dealer
i
NOTARY PUBLld
Mitchell Hotel Block JOSEPH. OREGON
PEOPLE OF OREGON
IT IS NOW
-:- UP TO YOU -:-
The popular Colonist Fares will again
be in effect between September 15th,
and October 15th, during which per
iod tickets to Enterprise will be on
sale daily from
Chicago at
St. Louis
Omaha
Kansas City
St. Paul
and from other cities correspondingly low.
These are Westbound, one-way fares only, but
anyone here can prepay for relatives or friends '
in the East, if desired. Consult local agent
Now Is the Time
to let the world know of our vast resources
and splendid opportunities for home building.
Write to everyone you know in the East Send
them good instructive printed matter, and tell
them that the cost of getting here is but little
more than half the usual cost and to call on a
representative of the 0. IL & Ky Co. for all
, desired information, or address : '.
WM, MoMURRAY
General Pmssengor Agont Portland, Oregon
When you are in need of good printing
come to this office and have it done right
THE NEWS RECORD
(Twlce-a-Week.)
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.
Formerly the Wallowa News, stab
' Hsued March 3, 1899.
Published Wednesday 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 montha $1, three mouths 50c,
on month 20e. On yearly cash-in-
advance subscriptions a discount oi
25c Is given.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1910.
COME.
The Wallowa County fair la going
to be a hummer.
"Back East" they would have ti
qualify such an assertion, by "If
the weather Is favorable."
But out here In glorious Oregon
the weather is always favorable.
Even, Sunday School Picnics' are
uled off on the day and date set
Far In advance.
The moral of all this to people
living In, the effete and weather
stricken, East is "Come to Oregon";
and for people already in this land
of fair skies, Come to the Big Wal
lowa County Fair.
GREAT RIDE.
There Is no pro-tier, more enjoy
able ride In Uncle Sara's broad
domains than the one from Wal-
Iowa Valley to Flora. In bright, brac
ing, autumnal weather, under miles
awd miles of stately, fragrant pines
beside the brink of awe-inspilrlng Jo
seph Creek canyon, no greater out'
door treat can be found.
And w'ith the North End fair at
the end of the ride next Wednes
day or Thursday, that la just the
jsa ana
$33.00
32.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
tlce to (take that ride.
You never will regret tt if you
go.
BIG DOINGS AHEAD."
Bveu our home people don't rea
lize the magnitude . of the stock
sties that will occur eBch forenoon
of fair week.
Just think of 800 .high grade horses
many of them pure bred, and the
hundreds' of cattle, sheep and swine
that will be auctioned off. :
It wl" be the biggest thing of the
kind ever In Oregon, .
POLITICAL
NEWS AND
COMMENT
BLACK TYFE LIST OF
ASSEMBLY NOMINEES
Here 1 the list of men who accept-
:d nominations by the convention
leid at Portland July 21, In. de-
!ance of law. These are antl-prl-
nary candidates who think the "peo
ple haven't sense enough) to choose
heir candidates."
You know what to do with them.
'or Representative in Congress
W. R. Ellis
or Governor .
Jay Boweirman
'"or Secretary of State
F. W. Bensoit
o' State Treasurer
Ralph W. Hoyt
'or Supreme Court Judge (4 year3)
Wallace McCamant
.'or Supreme Court Judge (6 years)
Geo. H. Burnett
.'or Attorney General
J. N. Harti. .'
'or Supt. Public Instruction.
L. R. Alderma,n,
'or State Printer
Wm. J. Clark
Vor Labor Commissioner
O. P. Hoff
.''or Railroad' Commissioner
Frank J. Miller '
.'or State Engineer
John H. Lewis
.''or Supt. Water Division' No; 2.
Ceo. T. Cochran.
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
(A-rtlclea under this head are Paid
Ydvertislng.)
L. Couch of Wallowa
This paper Is anthorieedi'to ari-
tounce the candidacy of L. Couch
0- county commissioner, oubject to
he declalon of the Republican voters
at the primary e'eetlon.
W. T. Bell, Treasurer.
W. T. Bell, present treasurer, an
'.ounces he is a candidate for the
e-nominatlon for the office of coun
.y treasurer, subject to the will of
he Republican voler at the- prl
nary, September 21.
If State Printer Dunlway has made
i saving to the tax payers of the
itate of $40,000 lm three years why
loes he not show" It by (acts and
Igurea? All this; great saving- la crea
ted to utterances by the state press
-hrouigh articles probably written or
Aspired by the State Printer himself
'n fact all such savings were made
iy the Secretary of State under con
littons over which Dunlway had no
jontrol. The figures quoted by Wil
-inra J. Clarke, the Republican, flat
salary candidate who stands alone
la pledged to this great reform
are taken, from the records In the
Secretary of State's office. The)
ire "material and contain1 facts and
'igurea which the voter and taxpay
er chould know," say Judge Gallo
way (democratic) circuit judge of
lie Third District.
Republicans and others should read
he arguments, published in the Cor
i'upt Practices' pamphlet, supplied
by William J. Clarke and WUllsi S.
Dunlway, and then decide who was
elluig the truth. Which one is the
.axpayers friend?
OPEN LETTER NO. 2 .RUSK TO
HOCKETT.
Joseph, Oregon, Sept. 12; 1910.
To Dr. C. T. Hockett, Enterprise,
Oregon.
. Dear Doctor: Having been a del
egate from Wallo,wa Comity to the
late Republican Assembly, at ' Port
'and I am surprised that you ne
ct to defend the assembly scheme
In public debate with me. Your si
ence leads me to believe that yof
Hrefer to keep your assembly views
nit of sight aa much as possible.
( am opposed to assemblies; you fa
or them. I favor the people's choice
or U. S. senator. Do you? If you
lo, were yoi not lonesome among
he delegates to the late Republi
can assembly at Portland? Do you
tnow of any assembly, state or coun
t, that has named or favored a sin
gle, solitary man who favors the
people's choice for Senator? Being
in assemblyman you don't believe
the people "are capable of' choosing
their state candidates directly. How
about their ability to choose their
U. S. Senator? Can they do that
or should this be thrown. back Into
the Legislature? Come, let us throw
away our political "gum shoes" and
declare ourselves upon thess ques
tions. ' -
Yours very truly,
JOHN P. RUSK,
Republican Candidate for Re-Nomi
nation for Jolait Representative
Union and) Wa.lowa Counties.
- Laid In a Stock.
When the lale Pierre Lorillnrd m
a buy, bis mother, helnu annoyed b)
Dior lis that detttroyed I lie woolen clotn
liiK and. other nuiterliil of the liotixp
bold, agreed to imj lilm a rein ii piece
for every moth lie would kill tn (he
Iioukp Hud bring lo lier. The same
bargain whm niHde wtlh hix lirotticr.
Juke. Ueoi'Ke and I .on is. In course ot
time Mrs. Lorillnrd noticed tlntt. wliln
the other children collected rrom tier
ut Interval from Ut to 'i't cents. I'lerre
drew on her .frequently for h $1 Ht m
time. Indorsing tils drafts' with Kin
dead mollis. I u vest gallon revealed
the bent of the future tlmmcler a.
well ns his early H(litMhillty tt meth
ods governing the acquirement of
wealth Having procured from a fur
rier some pieces ot fur throwu awn;
becuuse they were Infested with
moths. I'lerre secreted them In an old
chest In an unused closet. There' the
quickly accumulating moths were
banked, to be drawn upon whenever
the Inventor and perfecter of the en
terprise required pocket money.-
Knighted Actors.
It is an odd fact (bat of the English
actors kulgbted all but one bad Prsl
to legalize the names under which tbey
bad woo fame. The question arose
with the first proposition to confer
knighthood on a gypsy. It would be
absurd so to honor one John Henry
Brodrlbb. Yet legally no such person
as "Henry ' Irving" existed. . No encb
obstacle bad to be overcome when, on
the occasion of Victoria's diamond
jubilee. Squire Bancroft knelt before
his queen and arose sir squire How
ever, the three actors knighted by
King Edward bore cognomens of their
own Invention.. Sir Charles Wyndbuin
was born Culverwell, and Sir John
lure. Fairs. As for Sir Herbert Beer
bobtn Tree, bis brilliant wife once put
It "'Tree' is a fantastic thing we Just
tncked on. We're all plain Beerbohnis
-plulu as brotber Max!" Argonaut
WWen Mterit Wins.
When the medicine you take cures
your disease, tones up your system
ind makea you feel better, stronger
'j.id more vigorous than before
That Is what Foley Kidney Pills
lo for you, in all cases of backache,
leadache, nervousness, toss of appe-
-lte, eleepleseness and general weak
less that Is caused by any dlsor
ler of the kidneys or bladder.Bur-
laugh) & May field.
United States Land Notices
NOTOCE FOR PUBLICATION ISO
LATED TRACT.
PUBLIC LAND SALE.
Department of the Interior.
J. S. Land Office at La Grande, Ore
gon, August 15th, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that, as
iirected by the Commissioner of the
ieneral Land Office, under provis
ons of Act of Congress approved
lune 27, 1906 (34 Stats., 517), we
vill offer at public sale to the high
;st bidder, at 10 o'clock a. m., on
he' 13th day of October, 910, at
his office, the following-described
and:
The NVi NW Section 27, and N
4 NBVi Section 28, T. 1 N., R. 45
1. W. M., Serial No. 07577.
' -Any persons claiming adversely
it above-described land are ad-
.sed to file their claims, or objoc
.one, on or before the tlme-deslg-
.ated for sale. ' 52c5
F. C. Bramwell, Register.
Colon R. Eberhard, Receiver.
. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the interior.
United States Land Office at La
Iraoide, Oregon, Sept. 6th, 1910.
Notice Js hereby given that Henry
'nmwalt, of Zumwa'.t, Oregon, who,
a May 25th, 1903, made Homestead
ltry No. 12933, Serial No. 03938,
or SW NW14. Sec. 28. and Add'l
I. E. 15209,-Serial No. 03938. nifde
ct. 5, 1906, for NW14 NVtf, Sec
:8, & NH NEK, Section 29, Town-
vhlp 2 North, Range 47 East, Wil
imette Meridicn, has filed- notice
if intention to make Final five-year
'roof, to establish claim to the land
ibove described, before W. C. Boat
..m, Couaty Olerk, at his ofNce
. Enterprise, Oregon, cn the 20th
lay of October, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses:
;oseph E. Lord, Lon Dale, and Jo-
teph GUI, all of - Zumwalt, Oregon,
ind Stanley Hayes, of Joseph, Ore
jon. 4c5
F. C. EramwelL Reefer.
s'OTICE FOR PUBLICATION ISO
LATED TRACT.
PUBLIC LAND SALE.
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at, La Grande, Or
egon, August 15th, 1910.
Notice Is hereby given that, as
directed by the Commissioner of the
General Lend Office, under provis
ions of Act of Congress approved
June 27, 1906 (34 Stats., 617),- we
will offer at public sale, to the high
eft bidder, at 10 o'clock a. m., on
the 13th day of October, 1910, at this
office, the following-described land:
The NB NE Sec. 28, T. 1 S.,
R. 44 E. W. M, Serial No. 07668.
Any persons claiming adversely the
above-described land are advised to
file their claims, or objections, on
or before the time designated for
sale. 62cS
F. C. Bramwell, Register.
Colon R. Eberhard, Receiver.
NOTICEI FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at La Grande,
Oregon, Sept. 6th, 1910.
Notice is hereby given, that Her
man F. Fischer, of Enterprise, Ore
gon, who, on. Sept. 6th, 1906, made
Homestead Entry No. 14569, Serial
No. 01673, for SE& SE, Sec. 17, E
ij NEft and NE4.SE4, Section 20,
Township 1 South, Ranje 45 East,
Willamette Kerldkin, has tiled no
tice of Intention to make final Ave
jtjdr proof, to establish claim to
the land above described, before
W. C. Boatman County Clerk of
Wallowa County, at his office, ct. En
terprise, Oregon, on the 19 th day of
October, 1910.
Claimant . names as witnesses:
Enoch R. Bovlby, Ira Pratt, Edi Rog
ers, and Orvllle Rand, all of Enter
prise, Oregon.
F. C. Bramwell, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the. Interior.
U. S. Land Office at La Grande,
Oregon, Sept. 6, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that Versa
Surber, formerly Versa Brumbach,
of Enterprise, Oregon, who, on Sep
tember 2nd, 1903, made Homestead
Eatry No. 13218, Serial, No. 04O16,
for NWVi, W SW, Sec.
25, and SE NE, Section 26, Town
ship 1 North, Range 46 Bast, Willam
ette Meridian, has filed notice of in
tention to make Fkial five-year Proof,
to establish claim to the land above
described, before C. M. Lockwood,
U. S. Commissioner, at his office, at
Enterprise, Oregon, on the 19th day
Df October, 1910.
Claimant name3 aa witnesses:
.'alter Sutherland, of Enterprise, Or
gon, Ebner .Brumbach, of Imnaha,
Oregon, Waldo Chase, of Imnaha,
Oregon, Harry Vaughan, of Imnaha.
Oregon. " 4c5
F. C. Bramwell, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
'Department' of the Interior.
J. S. Land Office at La Grande, Or
egon, July 29th, 1910,
Notice is hereby given that Elmer
I. Jewell, whose post-office address
a Enterprise, Wallowa County, Or
egon, did, on the 10th day of No
vember, 1909, file in this office
3worn Statement and Application,
No. 07257, to purchase the &to SW.
Section 22, Township 1 North, Range
17 East, Willamette Meridian, and
he timber thereon, under the pro-
visions., 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 appraise
ment, and that, pursuant to such ap
plication, the land and timber there
in have been appraised, at $200.00
-he timber estimated 210,000 board
.cet at 50 cts. per M, and the land
$95.00; that said applicant will offer
ilna'l proof In support of his applica
tion and sworn statement on the
47th. day of October, 1910, before C.
..I. Lockwood, United States Commis-
iioner, at Enterprise Oregon,.
Any person is at Ubenty to protest
.his purchase before entry, or lnl
.Late a contest at any time before
patent issues, b- fiUnc a corxobo
ated affidavit In this office, atleg
ing facts which would defeat the
jutry. ' 60cll
F. C. Bramwell, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
. Department of the Interior. .
J. S. Land Office at La Grande, Or
egon, July 29th, 1910.
' Notice Is hereby given that Mary
S. Yeager, whose postofflce address
.s Elgin, Oregon, did, oa the 27th
lay of October, 1909, file in this
jffice Sworn Statement and Appli
cation, No. 07203, to purchase the
.v'Btt NE14 Sec. 7 and NW NW
',4. Section 8, Township 1 North,.
.tange 45 East, Willamette Meridian,
md the timber thereon, under the
provisions of the act of June 3, 1878,
ind acts amendatory, known as the
'Timber and Stoae Law," at such
value as might be fixed by appxatse--nent,
and that, pursuant to such ap-
..1.4U0U, the land and timber there
in have been appraised, at $241 .25
-he timber estimated 290,000 board
oet at 75 -cents per M, and the land
23.75; that sold applicant will offer
.1 proof fai support of her applies-
ion and sw-r t statement on the
J7th day of October, 1910, before The
Ktgisiei 1:1 d Receiver at the United
ita.es U.ud Office, at La Grande,
Oregon. --: .
Any person (s at liberty to protest
his purchase before entry, or lnl-
4ate a contest at any time before
patent issues, by filing a eorrobo-
rated affidavit in this office, alleg
ing facta which would defeat - the
entry. &0cll
F. C. Bramwell, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at La Grande,
Oregon, September 6th, 1910.
Notice Is hereby given that Joseph
E. Lord, cf Zumwalt, Oregon, who,
on March 10th, 1905, l side Home
stead Entry No. 14174, No. 04377, for
EH NW&, NW NE, Sec. 11
ud SW4 &E, Section 2, Township
2 North, Rang 47 East, Willamette
vieriddan, has fi'.ed notice of inten
tion to make Final Five-Year Proof,
to estab'ish claim to the land above
iesoribed, be.'ore W.-C. Boatman
County Clerk of Wallowa County,
tt his office, at Enterprise, Oregon,
M the 20th day of October, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses:
ilenry Zumwalt, Omar J. . Stubble
ield. 'Lon Dale, and Joseph Gill, all
)f Zumwalt, Oregon. 4c6,
F. C. Bramwell, Register.
Leal Advertisements
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the un
lersigned Jane K. Daugherty has
eeni appointed by the County Court
)f Wallowa County, Oregon, as ad
nlnlstratrix of the estate of Walter
I. Daugherty, deceased, and has
uly qualified' as suoh admlndatra
rlx. All persons'- having claim si
gainst said' estate are hereby
otified to present the. same to the
undersigned administratrix, -within
Ix months from date of this notice,
.iid duly verified aa required by law,
t her residence at Joseph, Oregon.
Dated September 7, 1910.
' JANE K. .DAUGHERTY,
Administratrix.
A. BURLEIGH, Attorney for Ad-
ministratrix. 3c5
NOTICE TO. CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned Bertha Price has been
'.ppolnted executrix of the last will
nd testament of August Price, de
eased, by the County Court of Wal
iwa County, Oregon, and Itas quall
:ed as such executrix; All persons
old tag claims against the estate of
Vugust Price, deceased, are hereby
otlfled to present the same, with
iroper vouchers, within six months
rom the date of this notice, - to the
n designed executrix at her home in
Interprise, Oregon.
Dated this 7th day of September,
310. 3c5 .
BERTHA PRICE, Executrix.
. A. BURLEIGH, Attorney for Ex
ecutrix. NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the un
sielguued Jane K. Daugherty has
ieeni appointed by the County Court
f Wallowa County, Oregon, as ad
(linistratrix of the estate of James
. Daugherty, deceased, and has
uly qualified as Buoh adminlstra
rix. All persojs having claims
gainst gald e.tate are hereby
otlfled "to present the same to the
'.ndersigined administratrix, within
fix months from the date of this
lOtlce, and duly verified as required
y law, at her residence at Joseph,
Oregon.
Dated this 7th day of Septem
ber, 1910.
JANE K. DAUGHERTY,
Administratrix.
'. A. BURLEIGH, Attorney for Ad
- mioistratrlx. 3c5
8UMMONS.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for Wallowa County.
Hugh E. Wylie, Plaintiff,
vs.
Sdith B. Wylie, Defendant '
To Edith B. Wylie, above named
lefendant: In the name of the State
f Oregon: You are hereby required to
lppear and answer the complaint filed
against you by the plaintiff in the above
untitled court and cause, within six
weeks from and after the 11th day of
August, 1910, the eame being the date
of the first publication of this summons;
and if you fail so to appear and ans
wer, you will be in default for want
thereof and plaintiff will thereupon
apply to said court for the relief de-
manaea in nis said complaint, to-wit,
for a decree of said court dissolving
the mairiage contract now and hereto
fore existing between plaintiff and
aeiendant, and that said marriage con
tract be from henceforth held for
naught.
The defendant will take notice tha t
this summons is published by order of
Hon. J. B. Olmsted, county judge of
Wallowa County, Oregon, in the Wal
lowa Chieftain, a newspaper published
weekly t Enterprise, in said county
and state, and directing that the same
be published in said newspaper for a
period of six weeks and aeven issues
thereof, the date of the first publica
tion thereof being the 11th day of Au
gust, 1910, and the last Dublicrinn K
ing the 22nd day of SentemW tain
D. W. SHEA HAN, '
Attorney for Plaintiff,

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