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About The news=record. (Enterprise, Wallowa County, Or.) 1907-1910 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1907)
E. T. Anderson, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon
C. T. HOCKETT, M. D.
Office up Btairs in Bank Bldg.
When Passing On The Lewis
ten Roiul, Stop At The
Sled Springs Hotel.
Tieiity of Stul le Ilooi...
S. B. CONN Eli. Proprietor.
Win. Mcllroy an; Company.
Farms, Timber Lands, Acreage,
Lots, Residence and Business
Property For Kale. Timber lo
cating a Specialty
KLGIN. - OREGON.
Stone Mason and Cutter
Cut Btono flues constantly on '
hand for Bhort ortler work,
also fresh lime.
L. J. PisfaL, Wai.i.owa, Or.
illoi nm w;i
fV St-ii. S. CrAlg,
V ire Pi fH.
trunk A. iteavls,
G. W. Hyatt,
W. It. Holmes,
Capital, $5' 000.
Geo. W. Hyatt, Mat tie A. Holmes
Geo. H. 'raig,
O. Pennell, W. It. Holmes.
We do a general bunking biiHlness
Kxclmnue bought mid sold mi piincl
J. A, Burleigh
Burlciqh k Boyd
Will practice in all the Courts of
ttilH State and before tho Interior
given to all
to our caro.
II. A. GALLOWAY,
ISditor and Publisher.
Issued Every Saturday
Entered at the Knterprise pont office as
Second Clusx Mutter.
One Yeur J1.50
81 x Months ; 75
Three Months 50
City and County
Brief Nsws Items
Ashley Btill lias a few of those Dropj Daniel Boyd and family and his sten-
Head Singer Sewing Machines which i ographer, Miss Ella Daley, went to
he is closing out at f40 each, while
Ruggles & Lathrope,
We will move your house, barn or
other buildings in a careful manner;
also put in now foundations when
If you are In need of any work In
our line, call on or address us at
My Stock in the largest in
this section of the state, and
"most important of all is tho
personal clement entering
into the make-up of my goods.
It is something to me that
the product of my shop shall
he right." Call in and let
tue show you around.
.Enterprise - . Oregon
'Twill soon be school time. Don't
forget that Burnaiigh & Mayfiold are
headquarters for school supplies. Best
line of tablets in town.
Dermine Cream, the best preparation
for chapped hands and fac9, is sold by
Biiiiiniij.li fc Mayfield. Therefore the
county seat should stay in Knterprise
A. L" Cm-ray, an attorney of Baker
City, in company with the traffic agent
of therf. P., wis in the city tliia week
looking at the county.
Don't forget that tho News-Record is
fully equipped, and always ready to
look after your job printing. No mat
ter how large a job it is, or how difficult,
let us figure with you.
Miss Barnes, representing the Reli
able rur company, was taking orders at
the E. M. & M. Go's store Wednesday.
Arthur Johnson of Imnaha was in
town the first of the week with a load
of grapes, tomatoes, etc. Grapes are
retailing at one dollar per box of about
pounds and tomatoes at 75 cents per
The proposed new charter for La
Grande wis defeated at the city election
last Monday by a majority of 17. A
very small vote was cast.
O. G. Crawfo'-d, who is representing
the Success magazine, left tho city
Wednesday nfter a stay of abcit a
month or six weeks. He goes from
here to Cove, Union count v, where he
has a sinter and where ha will ply hip
vocation for soinu time.
Herbert Browning returned Monday
from Willamette University, where lie
had been with his Hster Edna, who will
attend that institution this year. Miss
Browning will study musJc and paint
ing. A single fir tree cut near Raymond,
Wash., a few days ago. yielded three
logs which scaled nearly '45,000 feet,
the market value of the lumber thore
from being $425. At this rate some of
the quarter sections of timber land
which have been selling as high as 850
per acre do not appear to have brought
exorbitant prices, Oregonian.
Frauk Reel, the Joseph drayman,
made several trips to.Enterprise during
the week, while transferring tho Green
harness shop supplies from Joseph to
this city, where they will boold.
There will bo preaching services at
the Presbyterian church on Sunday,
Oct. 13, at 11 a. m. by Rev. N. E.
Haniniack. The subject will be from
Gal. 3, "We Are All One In Christ."
Kev. Hnmmack is one of the old land
marks in tho church workers of this
county and ho hopes to have all who
can attend to do so.
Kev. W. P. Sanims will occupy the
pulpit in the M. E. church next Sunday
morning, i no j-.nierpriso Church is
one of the few "to bo supplied" but
which has not yet received a regular
Services at the Christian church
Sunday, Sept. 20. Sunday school at 10
ni.; preaching at 11 a. ni. Christian
I Endeavor at 6:30 p. m; preaching at
30 p. in. Subject for evening services,
"How to Study tho RiMo." Come and
let us reason together, I am sure you
will bo helped. M. J. Thompson,
W. Rankin started to Imnaha Ia9t
Wednesday after a load of fruit.
B. F. Miller will preach at Lostine
next Sunday. He will supply at Los
tine and Wallowa until a regularly
appointed minister can lie located.
Presiding Elder J. D. Gillian will lie
in Enterprise next Wednesday, Oct. 2,
to hold tho first quarterly conference of
tho year. He will also preach in the
M. E. church in the evening. Your
presence it expected.
I.yda Flowers, Alvina Hess and John
Patterson intend starting for Spokane
today on a visit of indefinite length.
They w ill later be joined by Everett
Jake Wagner, who has been suffering
for some time past with a severe
attack of rheumatism,' is able to move
around with the aid of a crutch.
Frank Phy, ex-shcrifF of Union
county, who is mining up the south
fork, was in Enterprise this week,
Miss Beulah M, Frost of South
Dakota successfully passed an exam
ination by County Superintendent J.
V. Kerns and she has !een granted a
temporary cartilleate to teach.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hall of Rich
hill, Mo., are visiting J. A. Egglesou
and family, County Assessor Pace and
family and other relatives and old
friends in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs.
Hall are on their way home from a
trip to the Coast. They are very
much pleased with the beautiful and
fertile Wallowa Valley.
The Christian church is being
repainted and repapered this week.
A new flue will be built.
Thomas Rich of Frnita was in Enter-
prise the fore part of the week.
Sunday school rally at the Presby
terian church next Sunday afternoon
at 3 o'oloek. All Enterprise and
Aider Slope schools will participate.
wss Alia llaggerty leit jvionaay j
morning for Union where she will spend
part of her vacation on a visit.
Alfred Gardner, who spent a summer
vacation here with friends and relatives,
left Monday morning for his home at
Walla Walla, Wash., where he is em
ployed as telegraph editor on the
Morning Union. Call Roe, formerly
of Enterprise, is managing editor of the
Claude Lockwood is taking a brief
vacation from his duties in the Wallowa
National bank. He went to Pendleton
Monday for a week's 6tay.
C. M. Smith and family of Lostine
have gone to the Willamette valley.
They will locate there or in California.
Rev. and Mrs. II. S. Templeton left
Monday for Portland to be absent
several ! 'i I will attend the
sessions of the Presbyterian synod.
Rev. F. W. Batchelder's father came
in from Spokane to meet his son. The
elder gentleman liked the valley so
Nell during his short visit that he
contemplates returning to locate here.
Miss Mary Walker left on Monday
morning's stage fdr, her home at Post
Falls, Id. She spent the spring and
summer here with Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
C. C. Tnrley, after a few weeks rest
and visit among friends in Enterprise,
returned Monday to Vancouver, Wash.,
where he is manager of the electric
light plant. Mr. Turley installed the
electiic plant in this city and nianagod
it for several years. This was his first
visit here in four vears and he was
surprised at the rapid growth of the
town, U lie plant here has been enlarged
several times and now requires 275
horsepower to manufacture the "juice"
fortius city. The plant at Wallowa
has also been renewed and the present
installation when completed will call
for 200 horse power. These changes,
Mr. Turley says, show conclusively the
substantial as well as the rapid growth
of those two towns.
The family of the editor of the News-
Record arrived in Enterprise Wednes
day and for the present are stayina at
tho home of Mr. and Mr9. Moss of West
Main street. The family includes Mrs.
Galloway and two children, Margaret
and Robert, and Mrs. Galloway's
tlsters, the Misses Snow and Nanne
Heaton. When their household goods
arrive, they will occupy the living
room 8 in the Hyatt building in which
the printing otViet is located.
The concert by the Fourteenth U. S.
Cavalry band in the opera house Satur
day night greatly pleased a splendid
audience of over 400 hundred people.
The band fulfilled every expectation
and gave indeed a rare musical treat.
Bandmaster Osterman and Business
Manager Seigeant Stewart praised tho
audience highly, saying it wag one of
the most attentive and discriminating
they had seen. The band was generous
and added many extra numbers to the
program in response to hearty encores.
The receipts were over fltiO. The
band gave a concert at Wallowa Monday
Charles Wiley, 10-year old son of E.
L. Wiley of near Wallowa, was thrown
from a horse about 11 o'clock Tuesday,
his skull being crushed so that he died
about four hours later without having re
gained consciousness. He was on horse
back chasing a coyote and in turning it is
supposed he drew the rein too tight and
tho hore fell, catching the lad's head
under it, and crushing his skull. The
boy's father was at Joseph but reached
his son's side a short time bofore he
died. Father, two brothers, two
sisters an I host of friends mu orn
Charlie's untimely death.
Smith Mountain Thursday morning.
The trustees of the M. E. church
received a telegram ThurBday morning
stating that their new pastor, JRev.
Fred G. Potter of Ilcllenberg, Kan.,
will arrive in a few days. He is to take
the place of Rev. Paul Gardner, who
had been assigned to this charge but
could not come.
"To Joseph in four months" O. R. &
N, construction officials continue to say
in. interviews published in Baker City
and La Grande papers relative to the
completion of the extension from Elgin.
No ono hero will kick if trains are
running even by April 1.
Contractor Hayworth came in from
La Grande Wednesday. He says the
fire at Wallowa will delay the comple
tion of the Fraternal building but very
little. Local mills will duplicate the
The 14th Cavalry bought considerable
grain and hay from farmers and dealers.
For example the purchasing officer
bought 15,000 pounds of oats fn Enter
prise, paying i cents a pound. The
sale was made through Sol Keltner of
the firm of Hartshorn & Keltner.
J. S. Applegate, prominent farmer
and citizen of Appleton, was transacting
business iu Enterprise Wednesday. He
reported excellent crops in that section
and threshing pretty well along. Wheat
is yielding from 25 to 40 bushels to the
acre and other grains in proportion.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cook and two
children and B. B. Boyd went to E'gin
Monday by private conveyance. Mrs.
Cook and the children are going to
Salem for a visit while Messrs. Cook and
Boyd go to Twin Falls, Id., where thoy
may invest in land if the same suits
them. Considerable land will be open
for settlement there in a few days. Mr.
Cook will join his family in their visit
at Salem before returning home.
O. J. Roe, of Eureka, S. Dak., who
made a host of friends here during his
five weeks' stay, started for home Mon
day morning. He goes by the way of
Portland, thence by the S. P. railway to
southern California. After a short visit
there he goes directly home by the way
of Salt Lake and Omaha. He expects to
return to this valley as soon as the rail
road is completed to Wallowa, and will
bring his wife and eight-year-old daugh
ter Ramons. He has bought the Akins
place on Alder Slope and will there
make his home. Mr. Roe is a business
man of varied experience, ranging from
farming to publishing English and
Uerntan newspapers from the same
office. He is wonderfully enthusiastic
about Wallowa county and believes it
to be only at the beginning of a great
development. Mr. Roe is of the class of
citizens that will hasten that develop
ment. He and his family are sure of a
hearty welcome here.
Si 250.00 buys a commodious 8-
room house with a whole block
of ground in the most desirable
residence district in Enterprise.
This will nut last long at the
price: Come in quick if interest
ed, O. R. & I. CO.
Falls From Top
Roger Kay had a narrow escape for
his life Wednesday. He was at Lostine
rewiring the town and otherwise over
hauling the electrio plant. He was
working at the top of a pole, to which
he was strapped. Tho pole which was
old and rotten, broke off at the butt
and Roger fell with the pole to the
ground. Ho struck on his right hip
which sustained a bad bruise. In some
way his left shoulder was also hurt. If
the polo had fallen on him he probably
would have been killed.
Roger was brought to his father's
home here in Enterprise in a buggy
vv eanesuay iiigtit and was confined to
his bed for a day by his injuries, but is
now able to walk down town.
Notice to Rebekahs.
All officers and members of Emerald
hebekah lodge, ro. 119, are earnestly
requested to be present at a social even
ing to be given Wednesday night, Octo
ber 2. Lva lllgerodt, Secy.
Sells Threshing Outfit.
Hartshorn & Eisenbeis have sold
their threshing outfit to Sam Litch, C
H. Ogbourn and II. C. Laird, Alder
Slope farmers. Hartshorn & Eisenbeis
was a popular firm and did a large busi
ness with the outfit.
Justice Court Suit.
ine case or m. Kollea against
Schuyler Hodgin of Enterprise was
tried before a jury in Judge Smith
court Tuesday. The suit was on a note
given for an insurance premium. The
defense claimed failure of consideration
in that no polioy was delivered. The
jury found in favor of the defendant
who was represented by Burleigh
The Enterprise mill is paying 60 cents
a bushel for wheat, and 90 ceuts per
cwt. for rye. The last quotation on
oats was 90c and barley 75c per cwt., but
the market is unsettled and the next
quotation is likely to be a little better.
Grain is of fairly good quality though
there is some frosted wheat.
Hour sells at 1.25 a sack, shorts ?20
and bran f 15 a ton. i
Merchants are paying from to lc
for potatoes. Cablwvge 2 2' c, toma
toes 75c a box.
Apple market is brisk and price varies
with variety, peaches 75o a box, pears
7tfC, BU er prunes 65c, '
Ranch butter ,25c, creamery 70c per
2 Jb. roll, eggs 25c.
On information furnished by officers
of the U. S. cavalry detachment in this
county last week, Sheriff Blakely ar
rested Wm. Paquet at Joseph Wednes
day on the charge of desertion. It is
aimed he deserted at Spokane
last November, but Paquet says it
is a case of mistaken identity. Sherifi
Blakely took him to Elgin Thursday and
turned him over to the army officers.
Cattle Rustlers Nabbed.
Earl Steen and James Miller were
arrested by Sheriff Blakely in the moun
tains 18 miles beyond S. T. Tippett's
ranch on the Chesnimnus and brought
to Enterprise, Monday, on the charge of
cattle stealing in Idaho. Thpv vm
turned over to Deputy Sheriff Wortman
Lewiston who had a warrant for
them. It is said many head of cattle
have been stolen in Ncz Perce county
and brought to this county and sold.
These men have been susDected for
some time but this was the first time
they were caught with the goods. In a
bunch they sold to Masterson & Wiley
are cattle claimed by Idaho parties.
Mr. Wortman left Tuesday for Lewis
ton with his prisoners.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Urcjua,
for Wallowa County.
W. K. Stubblefleld, Plaintiff, i
Angle Stubblefleld, Defendant, I
To Annie Stubblefleld, the above natum
In the name ol the State of Oregon: Yon
are hereby required to appear and answer to
the complaint filed against you In the above
entitled cause on or before the expiration of
six Weeks from the date of the first publica
tion 01 mis summons, which first date of
publication In Saturday, September 21st.
1907, and ir you fall to appear and answer
within sutd, time, for want thereof the plain
tiff will apply to the Court for the relief
prayed for in bis complaint, vli:
tor a decree dissolving the bonds of matri
mony now and heretofore existing between
the plaintiff aud defendant, upon the
grounds of willful desertion.
This Summons is published puroaant to an
order of the Hon. O M. Corklux. County
Judge of Wallowa county, Oregon, made and
entered on the 18th day of September., 1907,
directing the publication thereof for the
period of six consecutive weeks commencing
with the date of September 21st, 1907.
BURLEIGH A BOYD.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
ior w allows County.
H. P. Throe, Plaintiff, ) .
Mary A. Danforth' and)
Lucius Danforth, her )
husband, and Larklu
Huuley, Defendants. )
To Mary A. Danforth, Lucius Danforth
andLarkln Hunley. the defendants ho.
in the name of the State Oregon: You and
each of you are hereby required to appear
and answer to complaint filed against you
in the above entitled cause on or before the
expiration of six weeks -from and after the
date of the first publication of this Summons,
whtoh date of first publication Is Saturdar.
September !lst, 1907, and if you fall so to ap
pear ana answer, for want thereof, the plain
tiff will apply to the Court for the relief
prayed for In his complaint, to wit:
For a decree requiring you and each of yoa
to set forth the nature of your claim or In
terest In snd to Lot numbered Eight and the
South one-half of Lot numbered Mine In
Block numbered Eleven in the town of Jos
eph, Wallowa county, Oregon, and that all
advene claims of yoa and each of yon be
determined by said decree; that yoa and
each of you beadjndged and decreed to have
no Interest or claim In and to laid real prop
erty or any part thereof; that plaintiff's title
thereto be adjudged and decreed to be good
and valid against yoa and each of you, and
his title thereto quieted: and that you and
each of you be forever barred and enjoined
from assorting any claim or Interest In and
to said real property or any part thereof, ad
vene to the title of plaintiff; and for each
other and further rellej aa to equity shall
sesm meet and agreeable.
This summons Is served upon yon by publi
cation thereof In the News-Kecord, for the full
period of six consecutive weeks, commencing
with the date of September list, W07, parsu
snt to an order of the. Hon. O. VI. Coikins,
County Judge of Wallowa conuty, Oregon,
which order Is made and datrd on the IStbj
day of September. 1807.
11(7 W ' t BCHLT-.IGH BOYD,
Attorneys lot Plaintiff. -