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It's a sure thing
THAT NOWHERE
IN 191)
Will You Get
Better Cigars
Pipes and Tobaccos
Better Candy
or half as good
Hot Battered Popcorn
and Hot Peanuts
Than at
PRENTISS HOMAN
Next Door to Bank
THE NEWS RECORD
(Twice-a-Week.)
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.
rormerly ths Wallowa News, stab-
iisUed March 3. 1899.
Published Wednesdays and Satur
days a Enterprise, Oregon, by
THE ENTERPRISE PRESS
Office East side Court House Square
Entered as second-class matter
January 2. 1909, at the postofflce a
Enterprise. Oregon, under the Act of
March 3. 1879.
Subscription Rates: One year ?2,
six months $i, three mouths 50c,
on month 20e. On yearly cash-in-advance
aubscrlptlons a discount ol
lie la given. ,
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1911
REOPENED
The Red Front
Blacksmith Shop
by the reliable
blacksmiths
W. P. Hambleton 1 Son
Machine Repairing
Horseshoing
Same old stand
enterprise Oregon
The Columbia river output of sal
mon for the season was 290,000 cases,
valued at 3,DOO,0O0.
A Great
Clubbing Offer
Semi-Weekly Oregon Journal
one year $1 50
Enterprise News-Record, 2 CO
i otal $3 5C
BOTH PAPERS ONE YEAR,, .$2 50
Sami-Weekly Oregon Journal,
one year $1 50
Wallowa County ChleftaJn 1 60
Total $3 00
WHY THE LEGISLATURE?
We have received the legts-la-ture
calendars Oa'ed January 26. tTr
to Uiat date there had been. 216 bills
introduced into the House, 52 reso-
i lutlons, 19 concurrent resolutions,
J 7 joint .resolutions, 4 jolat memorials,
i and In the Senate, 166 bills, 32 reso
j lutlons, 14 concurrent resolutions,
i 7 joint resolutions and 4 memories,
l a total of 521 separate propositions
for the consideration of that body.
And probably many more before
the close- of the session.
Out of all that mess, except the
regular appropriation bills, and pos
albly two or three others, there, is
not enough of Importance to warrant
the salary of one member.
A glance at their titles show the
majority of them to bo digs at the
state treasury, and most of the re
mainder amendments to the code,
iiably to Increase the number and
Importance of technicalities in the
administration of law, in the Inter
est of delay and costs of suits.
The more one examines these
calendars, the more insistent be
come the question, Why the legislature?
BOTH PAPERS ONE YEAR,.. $2 00
T'Vt" OREGON JOURNAL
i.,iiii.rt!icH 'do latest, and moat com
piei.e itsiefi-raipliic news of th world;
givos reliable Hiairkat (tvpoirts, as It
market news can u and 1 corrected
to date for each lesu. It eVo Ibaa
page of special matter for the farm
uid homo, an intanesiting otory page
and a page or more of comic each
week, and It goes to 'the subscriber
twice every week 104 times a year.
Either of the above two makes a
splendid combination, and you savefl
by Bundling your subscription x this
office.
We can also give) our subscribers a
good dubbing- offer for Jhle Dally and
Sunday, or Sunday Journal, in, con
nection with, either h Nw-Recard
or Chieftain.
LEGISLATORS FINED.
Speaker Jerry Husk Is stirring up
the animals at Salem. It was the
custom of politician atrip of legis
lators to adjourn Friday to Monday,
and go down to Portland to see the
bosses who sent them to Salem, get
approval for the past week's work
and ardors for the coming week. No
serious legislative work was done
on Fridays or Mondays, leaving but
throe days work a eek.
Under the new order of legisla
tors being responsible to the peo
ple for their nomination and elec
tion there Is no neod of that long
adjournment, and Speaker Rusk Is
trying to stop It. The peanut poli
ticians tried It last week, and the
motion falling they ran off just the
same but on Saturday they were ord
ered arrested and fined $5 for ab-
Cold Weather Comfort
Depends on Good Stoves
"Superior" Stoves and Ranges
Best on this .Market
I carry a complete line of Bath Tubs, Basins
Bowls, etc PRICES RIGHT.
S. K CLARK, a blks. south Hotel Enterprise
Wallowa County Title &;!
Abstract Company
A. C. MILLER, President I
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. 1 !
Money Loaned at very Lowest Current Rates
Mi!
WHITE FRONT
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
ft . 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 I
.Best of Help Employed Home Phone .
Open Day and Night One Block North of Hotel Enterprise i
" . ' ', "..-I UWIWi. i , ..
3snce without leavd.
Rusk has the funny idea that leg-
l.ilators are sent to Salem to work,
and peanut politicians' who have al
ways looked upon a session as on
ly a junket or chance to hold some-
thtaiig or somebody up, are nearly
beside themselves with mingled1 rage
and apprehension.
SHERIFF'S EXPENSE MONEY.
The bill introduced by- Senator
Oliver In regard .to the expenses of
iho sheriffs of Wallowa and Union
comities, provides for 'the payment
jf only the actual expenses- pf the
sheriff and his1 deputies Incurred
in the service of process within; the
counties, 'not to exceed $600 lni any
me year, the same to be audited
md allowed' by the county court.
At present the sheriff of this conn
y must pay all his o,wn, expenses
.n the service of process- within
.he county. The other way will- no
loubt make for efficiency of service,
hough -tills county Just now hap
pens to have a sheriff who would
ierve -the papers, and make the ar
.ests If It took every dollar of his
salary. - '
A word of encouragement at the
ight time Is of more real worth
han an ounce of gold. It Is- more
lourlshlng to the soul thaa meat
md drink to the hungry. It Is bet
er stimulant than the richest wine,
ind the strongest lever to lift from
he ruts of despondency. Many a
wor overworked wife Is plnlnig for
i word- of sympathy from her hus
band. Just one word, one look, to
mow that the toil of .weary hours
ire appreciated, and the light re
flected would more than recompense
he giver. Puyallup Republican.
Work Is a moral and physical up
.ifter; It Is a panacea for sorrow;
idleness brings moral decay and fur
nishes an Incentive to crime. The
ivalanche of crime that Is sweeping
ver our land la largely due to the
'act that too many would rather
teal than work. The life of duty,
lot the Mfe of mere ease or mere
pleasure, la the end of life which
nakea the great men and -women.
The best prize that life offers is
he chance to work at work (worth
lolng. Asotin Sentinel,
Millions of dollars worth of cold
itorage products dumped on East
irn markets' Is playing havoc yith
vlgli prices, butter' esipeclally. But
er Is likely to be lower during the
text few months than for many
oars at this season.
Senator Oliver's bill fixing -the
Imes of holding circuit court In
his district, changes the terms In
his county to the second Monday
if May and the third Monday lu No
vember of each year.
President Taft Is In earnest about
he Canadian reciprocity treaty and
he standpatters are astounded at
ills fiminos-s. Taft had better watch
nit or he will be getting himself
popular with the people.
NOTICE OF FILING FINAL
ACCOUNT.
Iiv'Uie County Court for Wallowa
County, State of Oregon.
In the mtftter of the estate of Eniera
M. KInuear, deceased.
Notice la hereby given that the
undersigned, p. A. Wagner, adnvin
atrator with the ,will annexed of
he above estate, has this day filed
vlth the clerk of the above court,
lis final account as such admlnis
rator with the will annexed, and
"hat the judge of said court has ap
.lotnUxl Monday the 6th day) o( March
1911. at 10 o'clock A. M. at the
county court room in- th court
house at Enterprise, Oregon, for the
final hearing of said account and all'
objections thereto, why said
as' ate should not be closed and set
tled as provided by Vaw.
Dated this Jan. 31, 1911.
First publication Feb. 2. 1911.
F. A. WAGNER,
Administrator with the will annexed
of the estate of said Einera M.
KInuear, deceased.
0. M. CORKINS.
Attorney for the estate. 24c5
with the clerk of the above court,
his final account as such adminis
trator with the will annexed, and the
judge of said court has appointed the
6th day of March, 1911, at 10 o'
clock A. M. at the county court
room in the court house at Enter
prise, Oregon, for the final hearing
3f said account and all objections
chereLj and why said estate should
sot be closed and settled ao pro
vided by law.
Dated this Jan. 31, 1911.
First publication Feb. 2, 1911.
F. A. WAGNBR,
Administrator with 'the will annexed
of the estate) of said Belle R.
Ktnnear, deceased,
D. M. CORKINS,
Attorney for the Estate. 24c5
Try Chief Joseph Flour Next Time
and see what Perfect Bread and Delicious
Pastry it makes. You're sure to like it, but
your money back if you want it. That's fair,
isn't it?
The Joseph Milling Company, Mfrs.
Wool growers Warehouse Co., Distributors.
AK Your Grocer for it
NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF
CREDITORS.
C. H. ZURCHER RAY E. VEST
ZURCHER Sr VEST
:n the District Cov.:l of the Unit
ed. States for the District of Ore
gon:
n the matter of A. G. Boesen, bank
rupt, lni Bankruptcy.
To the creditors of A. G. Bossen of
Enterprise, in, the County of Wal
lowa, and1 E-i-3 rlt aforesaid, a
bankrupt: '
Notice Is- hereby given that on
he 2Gth day of January, 1911, the
said A. G. Boesen waa duly adjudi
cated bankrupt; and the first meeting
at his creditors will be held In the
Jourt House In Enterprise, Oregon,
n the 11th day of February, 1911, j
it 10 o'clock In the forenoon, at
vhich time the saldi creditors may at
end, prove their claims, appoint" a
.rustee, examine the bankrupt, and
ransact such other business. as may
..TopcT-ly come before said meeting.
January 27, 1911.
JNO. S. HODGIN,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
(All claims must be verified accord
ng to bankruptcy forms before fil
ing.) 79!wl
ATTACK LIKE. TIGERS.
In fighting to keep the blood' pure
he ,white corpuscles attack, disease
jerms -like tigers. But often germs
multiply so fast the -little fighters
ire overcome. Then see pimples,
boils, eczema, salt-rheum and sores
multiply and strength and appetite
fail. This condition, demands Elec
tric Bitters to regulate stomach, -liver
and kidneys and to expel poisons
from the blood. "They are the best
blood purifier," whites C. T. Budahn,
f Tracy, Calif., "I have ever found."
They make rich, red' blood, strong
nerves and build up your health
Try them. 50c at all druggists.
IB I '
letitac
Sal
In order to clean up our stock and get ready for Spring
goods we are offering several lines of merchandise at
20 per cent off
$ 7.50 all wool Blankets, now - - $6.00
$ 6.50 all wool Blankets, now - $ 5.20
$22.50 Overcoats or Suits, now - - $18.00.
$20.00 Overcoats or Suits, now - $16.00
$17.50 Overcoats or Suits, now - - $14.00
$12.50 Sheep Skin Lined Overcoats - - $10.00
You Can Save Money by Buying Now
Zurcher (l Vest
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NOTICE OF FILING FINAL
ACCOUNT.
In the County Court for Wallowa
County, Si ate of Oregon. 1
In the matter of the Estate of
Bolt It. Klrmoar, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, F. A. Wagner, adrainls-
trator with the .will annexed of the
above estate, has, this day filed
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