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About The news=record. (Enterprise, Wallowa County, Or.) 1907-1910 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1907)
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authorized to receive nnil receipt for subscrip
tions ami HtlVertialng lor the News-Record,
and to recelvetand receipt for Job work.
Demand Exceeds Supply.
imeHBrs. marim anu .bowman r.re
preparing to burn another kiln ,of lime
at their quarry six miles up the river
from Lostine. These gentlemen have
kept their kilo running all summer but
are unable to supply the demand.
Fagan Ranch Sold.
William Fagan of the Leap neighbor
hood, Bold hia ranch of ICO acres Satur
day to William Knapp; consideration
4000. This is considered to be one of
the best wheat ranches in that locality.
' Bears Partial to Pigs .
Bears are reported to be making them
selves very obnoxious to the ranchers
up the river above Lostine by persisting
in the habit of dining on the latter' b
pigs, geese and chickens. One rancher
is reported to have lost 30 pigs.
situated collogues, Rev. Martin seldom
disappoints his rr,ifc oners by being
absent, and the whinney of his old
gray horse is pretty sure to be heard
each Saturday night in the neighbor,
hood of his next day's appointment.
Schools Make Fine Progress. '
The Lostine public school ha s reached
a total enrollment of 128 and several
more students will enter in the near
future. Under the management of
Prof. Smith and his excellent corps of
assistants everything points toward an
excellent school during the ensuing
year. ,' :
52500 for Alfalfa.
Lincoln Magill this week sold his
entire crop of 500 tons of alfalfa hay to
F. D. McCully for $5 per ton.
v Business Openings.
Lostine needs a harness shop, a furni
ture store, a saw mill and a shoemaker.
Any and all of the above enterprises
could do well here.
Hashing R. R. Work.
A large plow and scraper gang is put
ting the finishing touches on the rail
road road bed between Lostine and
Wallowa. A day and night force is
ranidlv finishing the last piece of rock
work in the canyon.
The Circuit Rider.
Eev. H. Martin, of Flora, will preach
in Lostine next Sunday. The reverend
is a survival of the old time "circuit
rider," he having four appointments
which are from 26 to 45 miles apart,
sandwiched in between rugged moun
tain ranees and swift streams' which he
must cross in all kinds of weather But
unlike many of his Nmore fortunately
F.G. HEWETT, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
No Contagious Diseases.
Lostine and vicinity has no smallpox
nor scarlet fever, reports to the con
Rumor hath it that Mr.. Goodman will
visit Baker City again soon and not
return alone. ' .
The musical talent of Lostine js talk-!
ing of rendering a cantata Christmas
under the auspices of the Lostine
I Union Sunday school.
Chns. Mays and wife will leave in a
few days to spend the winter at Star
buck, Wash. ,
Wm. Hunter is erecting a large new
barn on his property in the east part of
tdWIl. . jJ.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Nowlin' have gone
to Portland where Mrs. Nowlin will
undurgo n operation for ithe removal
of a large goitre,
A team driven by F. D. McCully of
Joseph, ran away in the north end of
town Friday, throwing the occupants of
the hack out and badly demolishing the
vehicle. No one was injured, however.
Local and Personal.
Ira and Lewis Bloorr. returned homo i
Friday from Cloverlacd, Wash., where j
they had been working in the harvest ;
Real Estate Transfers
j Week Ending Oct 19, 1907-Prepared
By Wallowa Law, Land 4
Abstract Co. . -
Homer Bemiss left Monday for
Cor vallis, where he will enter the State
S. L. McKenzie, our veteran disciple
Isaac Walton, made a fine catch of
trout a few days ago, several of them
measuring 16 to 18 inches in length.
Dr. Seeley, formerly of this place,
writes friends in this city that he is
enjoying a hne practice in las new
home at Medford.
Mrs. Clifton, of Portland, mother of
F. D. McCully et al to Lillian M.
Boner, lot 6, blk 4, Riverside add to
town of Joseph. $100.
Lillian M. Boner to Louis Gitschl.ig,
let 6, blk 4, in amended Riverside add
to Joseph. $125.
I. D. McCully et al to Louis Gitsch
lag, lot 7, blk 4, amended add to Joseph.
F. D. McCully et al to Ellar Hall, lot
it, blk 2,. amended Riverside add to Jo
U. S. R. R. to Julius Baiter, for the
During the long, cold winter evenings if you
have one of these mission style, leather bottom
rockers bought of
THE ENTERPRISE FURNITURE MAN
GET THE HA(BITIt's pleasant and profitable to
. trade at ASHLEY'S.
Miss Rebecca Clifton our primary , heirs (if u illiam L. Baiter, deceased, sw
teacher, ai rived in the city. Friday and w, e v. m;c 26, nw ue, ne se, sec 35, t
will make her home with her dHUL'hfer.
: r. i re t .aent to ioren r. narper,
Irvine ,v nitmore iias purcnasca we
Bunnel residence occupied by Mr.
Martin ; consideration $500.
Evan Allen, who recently rented his
ranch to his brother, informs your
correspondent that he will soon move
to Enterprise to reside. 1
Mrs. Frank Clark, of this city, is
teaching the Middle Valley school,
between Lostine and Wallowa.
Mrs. W. T. Potts received an elegant
new piano from the East this week.
lostine merchants are laying in
immense fall and winter stocks of every
thing needed by the farmer and
R. C. Goodman, the popular cigar
maker, returned Friday from a few days
I visit wkh mends at Baker i;ity. wme
RODGERS BROS. Proprietors
' Dealers in New and Second-hand goods, Bicycles and Bicycle Repairs.
Furniture Repaired, Upholstering done. Counters, Show Cases, Store
fixtures, and Old Mission Furniture tnade to order. All goods called
for and delivered any place in town. We are located in the Enterprise
Restaurant Building, west side of the city square. Call in and see ns.
Z f, r i e.
' V. V. Pre latent to Loren P,
s hail' m: miii n half se, sec 19, 1 1 n, r
V. 8. Hnmotead Patent 'to William
C. Twaddle;, se of se of sec 18,. ana n
half of ne and su lie, sec 19,." t 6 b, r
U. S. HonioHtiwd Patent to Albert
Morgan, nw ue,. mill's half ne, sec 10,
and sw nw, see 11, t '! r 41 e.
Tlioinas Morgan to Albert Morgan,
ne ne, pec 10, excepting a trip on n
side thereof, t 3 s, r 4t e. ?20.
Joseph K. Lay to Albert Morgan, w
half se,of sec 10, t nd w half ne, sec 15,
t 6 s, r 48 e, excepting a schoolhouse
site on said tract $000.
Julius Baiter to Albert Morgan, sw se
and Be sw of seo 20, and nw ne and ne
swot sec 35. tfc's. r 48 e. 8400. '
Sheppard Morgan to Albert iflorgan,
sw se, sec 1, nw ne, and ne nw, sec 12,
t3 s, r 48 e. $350.
U. S. R. It. to Robert A. Harrison, w
halfse and e half sw, , sec 27, t5n, r
43 e. ,
V. D. Leonard Couch to Nibley-Mim
naugh Lumber Company, lots 1, 2 anl
3, and ne sw, seo 31, 1 2 n, r 44 e. $1,
Minnie Couch to Nibley-Mrmnaugh
Lumber Company, lot 3 ; the se nw, the
siv ne, and nw se of sec 5, tin, r 44
Johh McDonald to Nibley-Mimnaugh
Lumber Company, e half ne and e half
se of seo 26, t 2 n, r 43 e. $1.
Hector McDonald to E. A. Holmes et
I al, timber deed, sw sw, sec 3; e half se
swsw, seo 4; e half se sw se seo; e
half ne and e half se sec 8: w half nw
en sw, s half sw, w half nw. bw and n
half ne. sec 9 : nw nw. sec 10. ne, nw
and sw qr of sec 16 ; ne ne, sec 17 j all in
E. A. Holmes et al to Nibley-Mim
nar.gh Lumber Company, timbor deed,
sw sw, -sec 3 ; s half se, s sw, i ec 4 ; e
half se, bw se, sec 5, e half fce, Mid e
half se, sec 8; w half nw ; ne ew; s half
sw, v half nw, sw, and n half ne, sec, 9,
nw nw, sec 10, no nw and ew of sec i6;
ne ne sec 17, all in 1 1 n, r 42 e. ' $1.
F.W. Fitzpatiick et al to M. W.
Goodman and 11, C. Goodman, jointly,
a strip of land 20 feet wi(lo and 120 feet
long off the n side of lot No. 7, blk II,
F. D. McCully et al to Ella Averill,
lots 1, 2 and 3, blk 5, Riverside .add to,
town of Joseph. $250.
II. E. Merrymau to Enterprise Mer
cantile & Milling Co., a srim'l tractjof
land in nw qr of sec 1. 1 2 e, r 44 e. $1.
John B. Scott to William J. Akin, lots
3 and 4, and sw sw of sec 16, t 6 n, r 45
e; sw se sw sw, and lota Nos. 1, 2, 3 and
4, sec 17, t 6 n, r 45 e. 81700.
U. S. R. R. to Fred F. Richardson, nw
of sec 23, t 2 n, r 43 e.
James F. Ilaun to Andrew. J. Craig,
at-o acre tract of land in sec 15, 1 1 s,
John F. Smith to J. F. Elliott, w half
sw sec 27, and ne so and se ne, seo 28,
t 1 n, r 41 e. $1000.
U. S. R. R. to 'Thomas A. Bills, w
half ne sec 25; n half ne sec 26, t 3 n, r
Thomas A, Bills to Crossett Lumber
Co , all timber on w half nw sec 25, n
half ne, seo 26, t 3 n, r 40 e. $1.
Herbert E. Bushenell to ' Crossett
Timber Co., n half sw and w half se of
sec 21, 1 4 n , r 44 e. $1.
M. V. Knight to A. II. Rudd. lrt 7,
blk 5, Knight's 2d add Jos ph. $50.
ARE SPECIALTIES OF THE
Horses Boarded by Day, Week .or Month ,.
Good Care of all Stock. ' '' .. . ;
BEST EQUIPPED STABLE JJV THE COUNTY
, One Block North of Court House.. . ,
. J. C. SHACKLEFORD, Proprietor-
bylaw, wltbin sU mouths from the date o!
Dated thlB 24th of October, 1W7. ;
Administratrix of thoEtute of
Buiileiiih &. Boyd, Attorneys for Estate.
Mary A. Dnnforth'
liimtmml. unit hiirklu
15 w Cent on Your
'1 wo Houses
Pacing IU a
$1500 FOR BOTH
Lots one-fourth Block In Size
$100 to $400?
$000 tn 85O0O
All above property
Good Farm Propositions
W. E. TAGGART,
AT THE OLD STAND
We have had our one-day FurSale and it was a great success.
Many people were made happy on that day. But we still have
a very large and well assorted line of
that we are offering at almost unheard of prices. Neck pieces
from $1.25 to $20.00. Then we have sets, Muffs and Scarfs
to match. We also have a complete line of
Crushed Plu?h, Bear Skin and Astrakan, All of these gar
ments are well made and going very reasonably.. Ws have
not space to quote prices, but invite you to come to our store
.and examine for yourself, and we know we can convince the
most skeptical. Our Fall line is in, so come early before the
goods are picked over. . -
Rapid Threshing Record.
Wm. GibBon of six miles north of
town claims some unique records for
hie threshing outfit. He has threshed
3200 bi shels in nine hours, and he hIho
claimB he can ct up his machine in 00
seconds ready for work.
Notice to Settle.
All parties knowing themfolves in
dehted to the undersigned are requosted
to call and settle the same by cush
note on or before Nov. 1st. K)07.
Ciiah. A. Ault.
In tlie Circuit Court of the Htute ot Oregon,
; for Wulhiwa County.
II. P". Throe. I'lulutllT, 1
To Mury A. Danforth, LucIuh Dun forth
and Lurklu Hunley, tlie defendants above
in the name of tlie State Oregon: You and
each of you are hereby required to appear
nd nu.wer to complaint filed agnliiHt you
In the above entitled online on or before the
expiration of six weeka from and after the
dale ot thpflrxt publication of thin HummonH,
which date of Brut publication I. Saturday;
September 21st, MoT, and it you fall ao to ap
pear and answer, for want thereof, tbe plain
tiff will apply to the Court for the relief
prayed for In his complaint, to wit:
for a decree requiring you and enob of you
to act forth the nature of your claim or In
tercut In and to I.nt numbered Eight and the
South one-half of Lot numbered Nine In
HIiK'k numbered Eleven in the town of Jos
eph, Wallowa county, Oregon, and Unit all
adverae claims of yo;i and each of you be
determined by said decree; that you and
each of you be adjudged and decreed to have
no Int erBKt or claim In and to anld real prop
erty or any part thereof; that plulntiff's title
thereto be adjudged and decreed to be good
and valid againat you and each of you, and
his title tharetoiiilvted; and that you and
enc.b of you be forever barred and enjoined
from asserting any cliiluror Interest In and
to said real property or any part thereof, ad
verse to the title of plaintiff; and for tuch
other and further relii'j aa to equity ahull
seem meet and aigrecuhln.
This Himmnus is served upon you by publi
cation thereof In the News-Itecord, for the full
period of six consecutive weeks, commencing
Willi the date of September 21st, 11)07, pursu
ant to an order of the Hon. O. M. Corklns,
County Judge of Wallowa county, Oregon,
which order Is made and dated on the IHth
duy of September. I(iu7.
aitl IIL'KLKIGU 4 HOYD,
Attorneys for 1'lalntlrT.
Will Go As Missionaries.
S. II. Curnulmn of Leap, airent of the
Milton nurseries, made final proof on
his homestead laat week and will mov
his family to Milton, where they will
reside until he and his wife receive an
expected appointment from the Seventh
Day Adventista church to tho South
AmericairmiHsionary field, probably
Argentina. Mrs. Carnnhan has served
as missionary before in Spanish A meriei
and is proficient in the Spanish lung'
$70 buys an entire block of
nearly three acresln the heart of
Enterprise. No improvements
but well watered by individual
spring branch. Wiirtrade for
cattle, or sell on terms. Some
one will take this in the next io
days. O. R. & I. Co.
In tbe County Court of the State of Oregon
for Wallowa County, State of Oregon.
In tbe matter of the Estate of Elmer V,
Sottce 1 hereby given that the under
signed, E. Moore, has been duly appointed
i aa the administratrix of the estate of Kline
: V. Moore, deceased, by the County Court of
nld County, and a such administratrix has
I,., n duly qualified; ail persona holdin
;.r. in agitlnst said estate are hereby notlflci
Ui prekf ul the same to the undersigned ad
mlulKtratrlx.at tbe office of Burleigh A Boyd
Enterprise, Oregon, duly refilled an required
?' ' ' '
In tho Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
for waiiowu uoiiiity
W, K. Stubhlefteld, I'lalntlff,
Angle Htubblefleld, Dcfelidaut
To Angle Stubbletlcld, the above named
In the name ol the Slate of Oregon: You
are hereby required to appear and auaner to
tbe complaint tiled against you in Ihu uboe
entitled cuuse on or before tlie expiration of
six weeks from the date of Hie first publica
tion ot this Summons, which first dute of
publication Is Sutiirduy, September 21st,
11)07, and If you fall to appear anu answer
within said time, for want lliercol tbe plain-
tiff will autily to the Court tor the relief
prayed lor In bis complaint, vi :
Eor a decree dissolving the bonds or main.
mony now and heretofore existing between
the plaintiff and defendant, upon the
grounds of willful desertion.
This Summons Is published pursuant to uu
order ol the lion. O. M. Corklns, County
Judge ot Wallowa comity, Oregon, made and
entered on the Wtli day ol September, UK7,
directing tbe publication thereof for tlie
period of six consecutive weeks commencing
with the dute of September 21st, 1V(7.
2K7 11LUL.EIUU 4 HOYU,
Attorneys lor I'luiutlR.
In the County Court -ol tlie State of Oregon,
for Wallowa County.
lu the Matter of the Estate of
J. r. Hurlelgh, lceasea. )
Notice Is hereby given that tbe under
signed admin!lratrtx of tbe above entitled
estate has Hied her final account of her
administration of suid extate with the Clerk
of this Court, and the Court has fixed Friday
November t, 1UUT, at the Court room of said
Court in Enterprise, Oregon, aa the time and
place tor the settlement of said account; at
which time any persona Interested lu aaid
estute way appear and tile objections, In
writing, to aaid account, aud contest til
Dated at Enter prise, Oregon, this 8th day
ol October, WW.
Administratrix of tbe Estate of J, P. Uurletgli
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