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TwiceaWeek Saturday Edition ALL THE OFFICIAL NEWS OF WALLOWA COUNTY IN THE N il ALL THE NEWS WHILE H IS NEW3 TWICE-A-WEEK NEWS RECORD TWELFTH YEAR. NO. 54. ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1910. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER Oregi MEWS RECORD Cent a word single Insertldn, 1 cents a word 2 insertions. Special rates by month and year. RESTORED LMDS MISCELLANEOUS. Private leoaons la elocution and oratory. Proper attention given to breathing, gesture, tone Herniation and voice movement. Terms 60c per hour lesson or $10 cash fdr term of 20 lessons. Mrs. Gifford Ernest .par sonage Christian church. 49bm MONEY TO LOAN State Funds loaned, 6 per cent. John P. Rusk. Atty. State Land B'd. Joseph FOR SALE. I will sell all or any of my town prop e ty at reasonable prices. W. W. Zurcher, Enterprise, Oregon. 40btf Winter Cabbag for sale at A. M. Wagner's. Kraut made to order. 51btf Five ton wagon scales for sale cheap. A. C. Weaver, Enterprise. - - I : STOCKHOLDER'S MEETINO Notice of first meeting of the stockholdere of the Wallowa county Fair Association. Articles of incorporation of the Wallowa County Fain Association hav ing been filed as required by law, the first, meeting of the stockholders of said Wallowa County Fair Assoc!-, -aUon will be hMd at the office of As sociation, in, the Wallowa County Title. & Abstract Company's tuilcllng, lu Enterprise, Orgeon, on December 6 -h, 1910, at" 2 o'clock In the after, nooa, for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors for the ensuing year Date of first publication, Novem ber 5, 1910. A. C. MILLER, B. B. BOYD, C. S. BRADLEY, Incorporators. ARE GOING PAST If you want good feed for your team and good treatment come to White Front Barn, 97htf MANY SCOURING COUNTY FOR DESIRABLE) CLAIMS SQUAT TERS IN PINE CREEK. T,he recent withdrawal from the forest reserves and .this restoration to entry of several townships in Wal lowa county ha called the atten tion of many people this fall to the latui still available to entry under .he aouiFtead laws of the United States. K tores are scouring the comm. and consulting maps. and plats in the office f the United States Commissioner with, v'ew to becoming the owner of a quarter sec tion of land. Many of the land hunt ers are now and have bean residents of the county for some time, while others are from various' parts' of Or egon, Washington! and even the East srn states. One family from Michigan was for tunate enough to find a homestead within four mKej of Entei'lse and will soon 'take up their residence thereon. In the judgme.it of many of the old settlors there 13 very little de sirable land yet remaining open ' to homestead entry, but other old aot tters will recall the fact that In but few Instances did the first set tlers in the county file on the best 2' id. Frequently- they selectedi home steads that are now considered very inferior, and 'ands now considered th.3 best lay vacant for many years. And such may be the case now. Practically all land on which there Is running ,water has bean taken, tip years ago, but running water i not the only consideration for doairabiL I'ty. A few years, hence may see some of 'he land now vacan. pro nounced the best In the county and we will all. recall the time whop w could have besn the owner of it. for a trifle. Reports from the Pine creek, Chs nini'nus' and contiguous country are to the effect that there aie numer ous squatters holding down claim8 until November 21, when they can file oi land hitherto la the fre3t reserve. Others are not so m"ch imp'ajed with the land Ihrovn open to entry but are looking nearer the valley and have found iaiwl just as desirable. Te:it3 have been pitched oa many quarter sections,' rude shacks spring up In, a night, while others post a notice declaring their selection of the surrounding lands as a site for a future horue and. go .U-...U ready to build a house and barn. One man from the East was look ing over the land in the Crow Creek country and finally found a piee that s-aEisfied him. He prepared to establish hi.3 residence and vaiit un til November 21, having brought his bed and a tent with -him. After fixing up camp a little he scrolled down and over a nearby hill where h found much to . his surprise a tenf with evidences of being Inhabit ed, He Investigated futuher and found that a young lady had moved onto 'the place at 12:13 a. m. and claimed the same land. He was abjut 10 hours too late. The ladies of the Christian church vill serve chicken dinner Election day, November 8. in the vacant room east of Weaver & Weaver's Racket store. Frank Reovls of thfo. city, Mac Wood, w. T. Church nuvd C. S. Dunn of La Grande returned! Wednesday from a hunting trip on the Dig Sheep aud Imnaha. Carl Roe has ban appointed united Sta.t.e3 Commissioner In place of C. M Lockwood, who lecently resigned to accept a position in La Grande. The Commissioner's office will remain in Room 2 Borland Building. LIVEN TIM WILL BE HELD h 13 n s a a a a a a 3 n n-a a a a a 2 ra h sa SATURDAY SPECIAL, NOV. 5th 25 Bars Good Laundry Soap and 1 Package 28 O rnA VIanr. CtaoMi Af I PHD 1 nn PISH E3 VM V VA MlVUy MJLFM pjVV VXlhAl El a We will soon announce a big annual clean-up sale to be known as our "RED TAG SALE." On this sale we shall show no regard for prices. We must keep up our good reputation ihat we'c.arry over no goods. Y6u cannot afford to pass this Up. Watch fordate of this sale to be announced soon. DAVID ADLEB, COLLEGIAN CLOTHES AND OVERCOATS STYLE AND QUALITY ARE THERE . Not Eg 13 v n t mm ill s i i If 7 I if -v ' Jt MM.; -'Sm. - i kf1, f:h il'i :!, i -Ll Si',? Than mkfglfm " Best ' ' - Ml p But--' . n$MMM . 'Better MM'M1 Than- Uithhi vA , the' te-iJ-i rtvir Rest fr-',ThFH-vAl NEVER A HOLE IN HOLEPROOF HOSE Armor Plate Barson Hose Hose a a a u W.J. FUNK&CO. THE QUALITY STORE Always Up-to-Date NEVER A MINUTE BEHIND E3 a EO a to u w E3 Q ti n it n c u m u n ts y j KS u El K C c ts u a a C3 E n a a B E2 a STATE GOOD ROADS ASSOClA jTIOON PLAN ENTHUSIASTIC j . MEETING. Portland, Nov. 1. Arrangements avij now be'.ns made by the Slate Good Roads Association' upon ithe ex pected passage of Amendment No. 34 to the Constitution, giving .the priv ilege bo counties ta bond themaelves, to call a convention of good roads enthusiasts to be held lu Portland immediately after the election on Nov. 8. This convention be made up of delegates ta be appointed from the State Thresher's A3ociatioai. by Secretary Phil. S. Bates, from the County Good Roads associations or ganized by Chairman D. R. Webster, and will also Include all'county judges as well as members of iUj State Aut omobile Association. At .this con ventlon the proper methods of hand ling the expenditure of .the bonding las'uioa. will be discussed as well as he appointment of a state highway engineer and 'the utilization of the Jtale convicts and couirty prisoners in the work In view. The result of .this convention WIU be' the baaisi for an appeal ,to the next session of the legislature at which 'time it Is expectedi that Oregon will place the most advanced good roads laws on her 'statute booha. of any starve in the unlou. Oregon Is now lesxling nationally in good roads work an-) this meeting will be the larg est of Ms character evoi held In the United States. Daite3 for the Hood River Apple Fair have been sot for November 23-26 Inclusive. The arlsi'.ocracy. of appiodom will be on exhibition' at Hood River on those dries, and . all hoLdrolr fine apples, and whod'oes ik:v , woiiid . (Unir'TU atiton J if - pos sible. ' Pndlelon lM haw a big poultry show lasting one full woek com monclng December 13. The poultry exhibition ,1s now a permanent feat ure tor Pendleton, It having .recently 1coa Incorporated under the Mm of the Umatli'.a-iiorrov.' Country poul try Association. Last year's exhib it was declared to be the m03t suc cessful "first show" ever hold in the Northwest and hereafter there prom 130a to be a splendid collection of poultry on vle jr at each annual exhib ition. Pens have been arranged so that over 1,000 fowls can be proporly housed at the aptroachlnj; show. The 1911 national convention of th Christian church will be hold la Port lrnd, It having bxui secured' for that city through Portland churches, the Commercial Club and the co-oporation of tluo .v.'h.!e coast.' A temporary structure housing 10,000 people, will te built to care for 'the gathering and thouaanda of de'.eatej frorj all parts 3f the country will attend. The con ven."on bureau of the Commercial Club has under con3iidorfjtlon pUins for the ententalnment of .the visitors. The Harvest Festival tliat proved such a success, this year will bet per petuated as an annual event. This was decided at a meet tog held during the past week by the Portland Fair & Livestock Association at which the success of "the Festival vas recouaut- ed and considerable 'enthusiasm aroused. The double trac 'king of the 3treet-car line to the fair founds Is considered requisite .to tl te success of future shows and aasura Bces have been' given that this will U done by the trolley company as eoout as prop erty owners make arrange! pents to pave portions of the route ta verse1i. It is planned to make next years show the biggest ever. J. L. THOMPSON NEW MANAGER OF LYRIC J. L. Thompson' has taken- charge of the Lyric Theatre, Tnomaat Bruce, the former manager, leaving town last Monday morning, Thomp son is an excellent moving picture operator, end has had several1 years experience aa an. operator to hte cred it. He stated to the writer that he would do his utmost to get nothing but the best films, obtainable and to throw them on. the screea in such) a manner as to be distinctly seen'. His performnaces the past week have more than fulfilled his statement to us. Mr. Schwartz, the Owner of the tliow v as in town the fore part of Lh vtek. Former Theatre Manager Arrested Thomas Bruce Arrested and Bojund Over On Charge, , of . Non-8up port of Family. Thomas Bruce, former manager of the Lyric theatre In thlo city, wa3 arrested In La Grande Tuesday ev ening charged with non-support of his wife and family. His case was heard Wednesday afternoon, and he was bound over in the sum of $200. As he was unable to rotaa the ball required' he 'was "returned to jail. Bruce has been running the Lyric for several months and seemed' to be doing well, but last Monday morning he attempted to leave town, with out settling several bills outstanding and was. held at the train by some creditors until he "came across" with the right needful, when he waa pet milted 'to board the train NOTICE OF HEARING OF ACCOUNT.- FINAL Notice l hereby given that the. fi nal account of Maggie H, Bloom as admin stratrix of the estate of phebe lane liunnell, deceased, has been fll 3d In the County Court, of Wallow County, State of Oregon, and that the 30.:h day of November, 1910, at the hour of 10 o'clock, A. M., has been duly appointed by such court fou the hearing of objections to such final account and the settlement thereof, at which time any and all persons Interested la said estate may appear and file objectlona thereto In wW lg and content the same. , Maggie H. Bloom, Administratrix. 54S6 Chas. Thomas, her attorney We do good Job printing. Try us. Now is the Time. The FAIR is the Place to buy your Winter Underwear Men's Wool Undershirts ... Men's Wool Drawers .... Men's Cotton Heavy Fleece Lined Undershirts Men's Cotton Heavy Fleece Lined Drawers Ladjes' Cotton Fleece Lined Undershirts Ladies' Cotton Fleece Lined Drawers Ladies' Cotton Heavy Fleece Lined Undershirts Ladies' Cotton Heavy Fleece Lined Drawers Ladies' Cotton Heavy Fleece Lined Union Suits Children's Cotton Heavy Fleece Lined Union Suits, Size 2 Children's Cotton Heavy Fleece Lined Union Suits, Size 4 - - - - - Children's Cotton Heavy Fleece Lined Union Suits, Size 10 - . . Children's Cotton Heavy Fleece Lined Union Suits, Size 16 - $1 1 00 00 50 60 50 50 58 58 00 50 CO 65 75 We will be glad to have you come in, any time it is conven ient. Look over our line of goods, whether intending to buy or not THE FAIR CASH STORE WILD WITH EXCITEMENT Enterprise, Oregon, in Fe ver or Excitement Oyer the Wonderful Cures Performed by Dr. Pladison The Great Medical Expert and Bloodless Surgeon DEAF MADE TO HEAR LAME TO WALK Opera House Packed. Nothing Like It Ever Seen In Enterprise Before Dr. Madison and staff of the. Mim ical Institute of iJverpool, England, and' Crawf-ordsvllte, Indiana, branch office Portland, Oregon, lootufed. to a large audience la it evening. The doe. tor are agreaable and forceful apeak, ers. and held the audience in close attonbtion while they explained the tneory and usefulness, of their won derful dlscOverie.. Many Droml.Hea were mad which fleemed utterly Impossible to bo'Ieve and when the doctor Invited those who vet hard of hearing to come forward an l be cured, John Calvin, James. W. Itedgera and T. J. Wagner responded U the call and we-re made to hear In a few seconds. The doctor then called fr crlpp'e on crutches and Lee llaminack; re sponded. He waa afflicted ' wl'.h that giant disease, rheumatic paralysis and he was unable to twa'k except w!:h crutches and great difficulty and pain He wqa onera'Al rvn wUh medlpinn for twenty minutes and walked off me .age frea f rom palu and irf- ness followed by the wonderlne crowd, while the doctor brolws his crutches. To say the audience was astonished and wi d would' be putting It mildly. The doctor wa warmly congratulated, it seemed like a dream, but it wa real. Ministers and d'Octora were In the audience, ant they seemed as. welt pleased as any one. They treat, the following dIeas-.;: Paralysis, catarrh, deafness, big neck, Madder and kidney dboases , rheu matism, scrofula, female diseases, bowel complaint, dabillly, dropsy, heart, Hver at. i nerve dlstoaftes, can cers, pile ojkJ fibula cured without pain aud all kinds of chronic dls. aaaea cured. OFFICE AT ENTERPRISE HOTEL 9 a. m. 9 p. m. , including 8undjy CONSULTATION FREE The treatment Is medicine and bloodies surgery. Will not vll any other town In tliL county. All wan ing treatment must come to Enter. prle by Thursday, November 10 Positively the last day In Enterprise closing at 6 p. m.