THE NEWS RECORD
AM INDEPENDENT NEWSPJ'ER.
rnnrly th Wallowa New, tal-
llshd March 3. 1899.
Published Wednesday and Satur
days at Enterprise. Oregon, by
THE ENTERPRISE PRESS
Office East side Court House Square
Bntered aa second-class matter
January 2, 1909, at the postofflce t
Bnterprise. Oregon, tinder the Act of
March 3, 1879.
Subscription Rates: One 7 ear $2,
six month $1, three mouths 50c,
om month 20c. On yearly cash-in-adyance
subscriptions a discount of
25c is glrea.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1911
a former IHlnoian, was for a long
time a resident of the state of Cali
fornia, and the movement to remove
the remains to Oregon Is proposed
by the society as being fitting that
his bones should find a final (resting
place within the borders of state the
people of which recognized his worth
sufficiently to send him to the senate
Inasmuch as our own county and
city were named after Col. Baker,
the hero of Ball's Bluff, and whose
death occurred In the service of his
country, It would be befitting for
Baker people to render such assist
ance as possible In furthering the ef
forts of the Illinois Society of Med-
ford In its laudable undertaking. Bak
THE CAUSE OF IT.
More .towns dlo for want of confi-
tt ATI An An ri a nniv- " ihn VillUlnAilll I
men and lack of public spirit than ' elSht year of work. It Is to be the
I Ml m. t .1 . 1 Mi I
any other cause, says a floating eui
The 27,000,000 Fifth Avenue home
of ex-Senator William A. Clark of
Montana, has been completed, after
torial. When a man In search of a
home or a business location goes
into a town and finds everything
brim full of hope and enthusiasm
of the prospects of the place and
all earnestly at work to build up,
he soon finds, ho soon becomes
imbued with the same spirit and as
a result he drives down stakes and
goes to work with the same interest.
When, however, he goes to a town
where everyone expresses doubt and
apprehension for the future prosperi
ty of the place, moping about, in
dulging in mournful complaints, he
naturally feels that It lap no place for
him and be at once shakes the dust
of the place from his feet while he
pulls out with all possible speed for
costliest residence ever built in
America. The taxes assessed on it by
New York, amount to more than
$200 a day. The mansion contains
121 rooms, thirty-one baths and four
picture galleries. No building in the
world, according to experts who have
inspected the interior, carries so
much bronze as has been worked into
this mansion. Although the best
architects and decorators in this
country were employed, Senator
Clark himself designed much of the
Interior, as well as the exterior of
the mansion. The building contains
one of the largest pipe organs In the
world, which was Installed all a cost
of $300,000. There are $2,000,000
worth of pictures and $500,000 worth
Pacific Coast fisheries yielded $39,
706,4901 in 1910. Alaska led with $14,-
830,217, and Washington came sec-
some other location,. Consequently try j 0,1,(1 w1 110,171,929. This summary
i llttlllT'Il ft nil IiidiiAa. a tKa. Iniliiat.
to make a live, enterprising town of
the one In which you live. When you
are working for your town you are
accomplishing all the. more for yourself.
A PROPER MOVEMENT. .
A movement la on foot by the Illi
nois Society of Medford, this state,
to have the remains of former Unit
ed States Senator Edward! Dickinson
Baker exhumed from their present
La Grande, Union, Baker and El
gin propose to organize a four-town
amateur baseball league for the com
ing season. Grant Hughes will man-
U T S1 J. a at ..mml I a
, , , , , ' 6U tuu UH. vrrtuiue -team 11 Biuucieiii
burial place near San Francisco and 8upport u pp0Illtaed by the bualne8g
ry, Including canned salmon, fresh
and cured halibut, salted and dried
salmon, codfish, oysters, clams, crabs,
shrimps and fur seals. This showing
gives some idea of the growing im
portance of an Industry which has
come up from practically nothing, in
the past ten years.
removed to Salem, Oregon. Baker,
Every sacK of Chief Jo
seph Flour is sold under
this guarantee: "Your
money bach if it isn't all
a good flour should be."
Ash your dealer.
The Joseph Milling Co.
men of that city. It is said that La
Grande business men will put up the
necessary funds provided everv team
In the league is willing1 to post a $200
forfeit that will revert back to the
club posting it should the stipulations
be adhered to. Hughes has been
working in th Masterson blacksmith
shop at La Grande all winter, and, is
said to be a good man, both as
player and as manager.
Not a Word of Scandal
marred the call of a neighbor on Mrs
W. P. Spangh, of Manvllle, Wyo., who
said: "she told me Dr. King's New
Life Pills had cured her of obstinate
kidney trouble, and made her feel
like a new woman." Easy, but sure
remedy for stomach, liver and kid
ney troubles. Only 26c at all drug
If the type la so blurred you can't
read the date after your name
stamped on the paper, It is be
cause you haven't paid up for so
long the figures are worn smooth.
When a subscription Is renewed the
name and data are reset in new
type and show up beautifully. Try
A SDecial Medicine far Kldnev Ail.
Many elderly people have found In
Foley's Kidney Remedy a quick re
lief and permanent benefit from kid
ney and bladder ailments and from
annoying urinary irregularities due to
advancing years. Isaac N. Regan, Far
mer Mo., says: "Foley's Kidney Rem
edy effected a complete cure in my
case and I want others to know of It."
Burnaugh & Mayfleld, '
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior.
IT. S. Land Office at La Grande, Ore
gon, February 27, 1911.
Notice Is hereby given that John Lv.
ons, of Enterprise, Oregon, who, on
ucioDer 22. 1909. made Homestead
application No. 07174. for SENE
NSB, SESE, section 21. town
ship 1 south, range 44 east, Willam
ette Meridian, has filed notice of in
tention to make Final Commutation
Proof, to establish claim to the land
ibove described, before Carl Roe, Uni
ted States Commissioner, at Ms office
it Enterprise, Oregon, on the 22nd
lay of April, 1911.
Claimant names as witnesses: Cur
tis J. Sanford, John E. Osterhoudt.
King S. Francis, and John T. Blow,
ill of Enterprise, Oregon.
29c5 F. C. BRAMWBT.T RnirtHtcr
John W. SIckelsmith. Greensboro
Pa., has three children, and like
most children they frequently take
20ld. "We have tried savornl, Vlnria
3f cough medicine," he says "but
iave never found any yet that did
'.hem as much good as Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy." For salei by all
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. I"
In the matter of the estate of, James !
A. Badde".ey, deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed udiuln
istiator of the estate of James A.
Baddeley, deceased, on the 23th day
of January A. D. 1911, and notice la
hereby given to all persons having
claims agatast sail estate to present
them properly verified within six
months from the date of this notice
to the administrator of said estate
at the office of Daniel Boyd, to En
terprise, Wallowa county, Oregon.
Dated this the 11th day of Februarj
A. D 1911.
JAMES F. BlADDELEY,
Administrator of the estate of James
A. Baddeley, deceased.
Attorney for Administrator 2Gc5 I
A Dreadful Sight
to H, J. Barnum, of Freevllle, N.
Y was the fever sore that had plag
ued his life for years In smite of
many remedies he tried. At last he
USed Bucklen'S Arnica Sulv. nnrl
wrote: "It ha3 entirely healed with
scarcely a scar left." Heals burns
boils, -xzema, cuts, bruises, swel
lings, corns and piles like magic.
Only 25c at all druggists.
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
Stores that advertise
goods at right, prices.
I hereby challenge any man
with any Cream Separator
e .1 i
jor ciose SKimmmg, easy
turning and easy cleaning
See machine at Keltner
W. H. MONROE.
i i Wallowa County Title &
A. C. MILLER, President
Office in Company's new brick building opposite front of! I
new Oourt House, Oldest and most complete abstract plant 1 1
in county. Abstracts of title furnished promptly and cheap- '
ry. Insurance written in largest and strongest companies. 1 1
Money Loaned at very Lowest Current Rates . .
-Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
RI. 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
Best of Help Employed Home Phone
Open Day and Night One Block North of Hotel Enterprise
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
(J. S. Land Office at La. C mil fl a Am.
gon, February 27. 1911.
Notice is hereby given that Elisha
R. Ward, of Enterprise, Oregon, who,
on February 17, 1909, made Homestead
Application No. 05827, for lot 3, sec
tion 6, township 2 south, range 44 east
Willamette Meridian, has filed notice
of Intention to make Final Commuta
tion Proof, to establish claim t the
land above-described, before Carl Roe
U. S. Commissioner, at his office at
Enterprise, Oregon, on the 20th day
of April, 1911.
Claimant names as witnesses:
James Moots, James A Ward, Charles
A. McAUster, and Charles D. Emmons
all of Enterprise, Oregon.
29c6 F. C. BRAMWBLL, Register.
. "Foley's Honey and Tar is the best
cougn remedy I ever used as it quick
ly stopped a severe cough that had
long troubled me," says J. W. Kuhn,
Princeton, Nebr. Just so quickly and
surely it aoU in all cases of couehs
colds, lagrlppe and lung trouble. Re-
rusa substitutes. Burnaugh & May
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
In the County Court of the State of
urcgou for Wallowa County
li the Matter of the Estate of Char-
Jos S. Fltzpatrick, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby Riven that th un-
designed administrator of the Estate
of Charles S. Fltzpatrick deceased,
has filed his Final Account of his
admlnlsratlon of said estate with the
Clerk of the above entitled Court.
and that the said Court has flvcul
Monday, the 3rd day of April, at the
hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon of
said day, at the County Court House
ra tne City of Enterprise, in said
county and state, as the time and
place to hear objection to said fin
al account and thn settlement r,f
the same. All parties interested in
said estate are hereby notified in
present their objections, if any they
have, to said final account, in writ
ing and file .the same with the Clerk
of said Court on or before said day.
F. W. FITZPATRICK.
Administrator of the Estate of C. S.
J. A. BURLEIGH,
28c5 Attorney for Estate.
Practice what you preach,
your printing done at home.
RAY E. VEST
Spring Arrival of
Any young man, every young man, appreciates the
value of smart style in clothes; and we have the
young men's styles here, ready for those who ap
preciate good quality in addition to style.
Such quality pays; all-wool fabrics, fine tailoring;
it's the only thing that pays in clothes; it pays you
as well as us.-
When you see it in our ad it's so .
Zurcher . Vest
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of 'the. Interior.
U. S. Land Office at La Grande,
Oregon, January 23, 1911.
Notice is herby given, that Jesse
C. Surber, of Enterprise, Oregon.
.who, oa February 9. 19M, made
Honieebeadi Application No. 13436, S
rlail No, 04097. for SttSB. See. 10.
and SV4S.WK, Sec. 11, Township 1
ooria. JKAnge 44 East, Willamette
Meridian, has filed noUc of inten
tion, to m&ke fieal five year nroof.
to establish dalm to the land ahova
described, before Carl Roe, United
States Commissioner, at bis otflc
at Enterprise, Oregon, oa th 16th
day of March, 1911
Claimant names as . witnesses-
Thomas C. Bunnell, James Bloods-
wortn. Jack Fowler, and Grovr c.
Wbitmors, all of Enterprise, Oregon,
F. C. BR AM WELL,
No Nssd To Stop Work.
When your doctor orders tou to
stop work. It staggers you. "I can't"
you say. You know you are weak.
run-down and falling In health day
by day, but you must work as lone
as you can stand. What you need Is
Electric Bitters to give tone, strencth
and vigor to your system, to preveutj
breakdown and build you up. Don't
bs wsak, sickly or ailing when Elec
tric Bitters will benefit you from the
first dose. Thousands - bless them '
for their glorious health and strength
Try them. Every bottle la guaran-'l
teed to satisfy. Only 50c at all drug- !
A . I
Or is some one else assuming the responsibility for your worK? The
trained man is the responsible and well-paid man. The untrained man the
chap that does only the detailed part of the work at another's bidding as
sumes no responsibilities and is paid just so much for his labor, and no more.
If you are only a detail man, the International Correspondence Schools can
fit you for positions higher up can help you to be boss of your own job. ' If
you are earning only a small wage, the I. C. S. can raise your salary. No
matter where you live, how many hours a day you work, how little spare
time or money you have, or how limited your education (provided you can
read and write), the International Correspondence Schools will go to you and
train you for your chosen occupation. Training means rapid advancement to
be boss of your own job. The 214 Courses of the I. C. S. offer to you a way
out of the rut of forever having to take orders from the boss. .
The I. C. S. can help you just as it has helped thousands of other ambiti
ous men that at the rate of 300 every month are voluntarily reporting salar
ies raised and positions bettered as the direct result of I-C-S .Training. The
I-C-S way will not require you to leave home, stop work, nor suffer any in
convenience. To find out all about the I-C-S way to get full information
about how you can learn to be boss of your own job marK and mail the at
tached coupon. This will cost you only postage and will place you under ab
solutely no obligation. ,
BAKER CITY OFFICB
International Correspondence Schools"
Box 493, Baker City, Oregon
ie txpUin, without further obligation on my part, how I en qualify far a
larger salary and ailvancemrnt to the pouilion lefure
which 1 have marked X.
Civil c.arviee Ezama.
T x tile-Mill Supt.
Heavy Elect. Traetion
Plumb's & H't'g Con.
Street and No..
'. ' .: :;snw!iiBM .....
xml | txt