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About The news=record. (Enterprise, Wallowa County, Or.) 1907-1910 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1907)
Real Estate Transfers
Week Ending Oct 26, 1907 Prepared
By Wallowa Law, Land &
. Abstract Co.
U. S. R. R. to U. S. Couch, a bait se
eeo 12, 1 1 n, r 41 e, and lot 4, eeo 7; lots
1 and 2, sec 18, 1 1 n, r 42 e.
Edward Renfrow to Rebecca Roberts,
lot 1, 2, 8, 4, 6, 8 and 10, blk C, town
of Flora. 626.
Ney Churchman to Peter Baudot), g
ball sw and ne sw, seo 10, 1 2 a, r 47 e.
Irena M. Montgomery to Blanch A.
Streeter, all of lota 1, 2, 0 and 10, blk 4,
Jennings add to Joseph, f 1150.
Carl Keeler to Directors School Disk
No. 63, 1 acre lu se ue sec 8, 1 1 s, r 45 e.
U. 8. R. R. to Arthur Miller, n ball
aw, and lots 1 and 2, sec 82, 1 3 n, r 41 e.
ArbaN. Adams to Marvin E. Hotch
klss, qo, se ne, seo 26, 1 1 s, r 48 e. $1.
Arba N. Adams to Marvin E. Hotch
kiss, w bait sw seo 25, se seo 26; nw ne
seo 35, and w half nw, seo 86, all lu 1 1
s, r 48 e. $6000.
Alexander L. Donnelly to Frank A.
Reavls, n half nw and nw ne, seo 26, t
U. 8. Pat to Alexander L Donnelly,
w half nw, ne nw and nw ne, seo 28, t
3 s, r 45 e.
John M. Herman, Jr., to J. A. Bar
nett, all of blk C, Herman's add, Wal
Iowa. , $200.
John M. Herman, Jr., to Maggie D.
Barnett, lots 8 and 4, blk B, Herman's
add, Wallowa. $100.
John McDonard to E. A. Schlffer,
lots 1, 2 and 8, blk 14, In the McDonald
add to Wallowa. $105.
James R. Carter to Emery F. Ed-
The beet material added to
the best ' workmanship pro
duces photographs that please.
We satisfy every customer.
" The Photographer
RODGERS BROS. Proprietors
' Dealers in New and Second-hand goodB, Bicycles and Bicycle Repairs.
Furniture Repaired, Upholstering done. Counters, Show Cases, Store
fixtures, and Old Mission Furniture made 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 us.
TO THE PUBLIC
Our Fall and Winter Stock of
has arrived and are selling very rapidly and if you want a bar
gain in a hand-tailored Coat, come at once before the stock is
picked over. Prices range from $ I O up as high as $28 and
we think we have the prettiest line that has been shown in
. .. . i.
We have a good strong line of these coats and are offering
good values for your money. If you will call and examine our
stock we will please and save you money. Every department
' is fitted with fall and winter merchandise and we are kept
busy showing our many patrons the bargains that we have
to offer, but if you will call we will try to convince you that
- our prices are the lowest Come and we will treat you right.
E. H. & M. Co.
wards, e half sw and nw sw and sw
nw, see 2, 1 5 n, r 44 e. $000.
A. E. Davis to Sam Lltch, 2-7 inter
est in and to the ue sw, seo J6, 1 2 s, r
44 e. $200.
A. E. Davis to Sam Litoh. e half sw,
sec 2, 1 6 s, r 44 e. $3200.
F. D. MoCully to E. F. Church, lot
8, blk 82, Bellerue add, Joseph, $75.
J. H. Parrott to Eva M. Law, all of
lot 10, blk A, Boyd's subdlv of blkn 6,
7 and 8, Bank add to Enterprise. $60.
' Daniel Boyd to Eva M. Xaw, all of
lot 11, blk A, Boyd's subdlv blk 5, 7
and 8, Bank add to Enterprise. $90.
U. 8. R. R. to Jesse E. Tulley, s half
ne and n half se, sec 35, 1 4 u, r 44 e.
James M. Mitchell to James A. Funk,
qo, an undivided one-half of lot 8, blk
20, Enterprise.. Correction deed. $1.
TJ. 8. Pat. to Joselyn O. Matheny,
lots 8 and 4, seo 18, aud the lot num
bered 1, of seo 19, 1 3 n, r 45 e.
Daughters of Eve.
The next number on the Ente prise
Lyceum course is a lecture by the Hon.
Joseph G. Camp of Atlanta, Ga., next
Tuesday evening, Nov. 12. His subject
will probably be "Daughters of Eve," i
Mr. Camp is the orator of the South. J
His endorsements are from the leading ;
men of his state and from others who
have heard him speak. His majestic
eloquence, his profound thought, his
pleasing and entertaining manner have
won for him his distinction. He is a
natural orator, and is recognized as
equal or better than Gov. Bob Taylor,
John Temple Graves, Wendling, Gun
saulus, Dixon, Br. rdette, Conwell, Mo
Intvre, Brvati and others. Vliil' Mr.
Camp lias been with this bureau for
six years and lias been at some places ,
four times, yet he is in demand.
, Wedges and Splitting Sledges never
any cheaper than now, at Hartshorn & J
Keltner'a big hardware store. i
Old Han's Dance. ' I
From the Joseph Herald
A number of elderly gentlemen,
Messrs. Thos. Roup, L.- L. Hambletou
and D. Hunsaker, are perfecting ar-,
rangements for an old man's dance to J
be given tn a week or ten days, ihe
proceeds obtained from the danoe will
be donated to Mr. L. F. Johnpon, who
recently lost the fingers of his right
hand at Dawson Bros, planing mill.
$750 buys an entire block of
nearly three acres In the heart of
Enterprise. No improvements
but well watered by individual
spring branch. Will trade for
cattle, or sell on terms. Some
one will take this in the next io
days. O. R. & 1. Co.
MENS' AND BOYS'
First Oil Lamp
She Ever Used
Miss Livingston , whoso playing of
the tiolin i luirn ed the audience iu the
Enterprise opuru house- during the en
tertainment by the Wilbur Starr Con
cert company, is a recent Addition to
the troupe, she taking the placo of Mr.
Angers, who became ill Mr. Angers is
as tall as M r. Starr is broad, and his
length is accentuated by his exceeding
thinne-8 lie is a fine violinist, but his
successor is also an artiste and fills his
place to the satisfaction of tiie other
members of the company an d of the
Miss Livingstone is a native of Chica
go and this is her first long trip away
from the big city. She is not used to
ail the ways of life and living in small
towns. At the first hotel the company
stopped where oil lamps were used,
Miss Livingstone had to call for assist
ance to put out iter lump. It was the
first oil lamp f lie had ever used and she
did not know how to light it or put it
Embargo on Grain Shipments.
The O. R. & N. 'agent at Elgin has
orders to allow Tio more cars loadi.O
with grain at that station for shipment.
The warehousemen are up in arms over
the order as their warehouses are
jammed vi i' h incoming freight and they
have no places to store the big grain
crops. It is thought the order was
isHued as a matter of help to the Port
land banks which had been pressed to
the limit for ready cash to move the
Strawberries at Flora.
From the Flora Journal
The editor of Coos Bay Harbor boasts
of having just eaten October straw
berries and Asotin people are proud of
their 2nd crop of strawberries and now
why can't we do a little bragging.
There were ripe strawberries picked
from P. S. Johnson's berry patch last
Winter Cabbage for Salt.
A. M. (Lon) V agner has an excep
tionally fine lot of winter cabbage
ra .ied on his place that he offers for
sale. The beads are large and sound as
District No 23 has an addition of two
new scholars this week, John Weaver
and Byron Homan.
Mr. and Mrs Will Hays left Monday
for their ranch on the Imnaha where
they will spend the winter.
Mrs. Charles Stanley of Joseph is
visiting with her sister, Mrs Eckley
Herman Runstadler, wno bas been
very low with rhouinatlerp.ls again able
to he up and around.
Owen Stubblefield and lady . friend
were visiting with Miss Nora Mc Cor
mack, Sunday evening.
Fruita, Oct. 30-Miss Hays has teen
employed to teach our echool, to com
mence Nov. 4th.
Mr. Hays and daughter accompanied
by Miss Elsie Neal of Freezeout were
callers in the Park the first of the week.
J. W. Thompson, universally called
Uncle John, has started for Iowa to
visit relatives. He bas not been east of
i the Rocky mountain! since early in the
'seventies, when he came 'to Montana,
then t Washington, then to Oregon.
Ho has resided in Wallr.wa county for
28 years. All wish him a pleasant jour
ney. Wm. Britt is visiting relatives and
fiiends in the Park.
L. Lloyd, wife, and dauehter, have
gone to Pine Valley to visit friends and
a daughter, Mrs. Melhorn.
Wm. Musty and wife returned home
the 25th, after a short visit at Joseph.
The family of Nicholas Musty are
visiting at Prairie creek this week.
Thos. Rich and wife are going to the
valley, the 2nd ult. for the winter. ,
Wallowa Students atO. A. C.
The following students from Wallowa
county are registered at the Oregon
Agricultural college ' at Corvallis :
Audrey B. Combes, Jessie Iinbler,
Merrill E. Groshong, Theodore LaCerte,
Jennie and Katherino Berluud of Enter
prise; Cha lis V. and Lawrence F.
Allen, Howard Bemiss and William A.
Miles of Lostine; Howard E. MeCrea of
Wallowa; Leona E. Boner, Homer, II.
Hayes, Ada M. Lay, Roy C. McCully
and Ellie E. Reel of Joseph.
Elgin Stock Shipments.
Masterson & Wiley delivered 500 head
of beet cattle at Elgin last week for the
Union Meat company. The shipment
consistsd of 20 car loads.
M. E. Hotehkiss, the Enterprise
etockbnyer, shipped five car loads of
cattle and two carloads of hogs to the
Union Meat company, Thursday.
Of School Funds
Following is the apportionment of
the state and county school funds made
by County Superintendent Kerns among
the districts of the com ty last week :
' 207 60
9 89 49
387 79 .
. 37 68
12 250 00
- 97 40
66 00 '
. 102 14
Totals 85389 80 4248 42 (9038 22
15 per Cent on Your
Investment in Real Estate
'1 wo Houxes
Paying (16 a
$1500 FOR BOTH
Lota one-fonrth Block in Sle
$100 to 1 100.
$100 to 85000
All above property
Oood Farm Propositions
W. E. TAGGART,
Special Offer to Subscribers.
In order to help make known the
resources of Wallowa county and the
opportunities here for homeseeker
and inventors, the News Record make
this special offer: Any regular ub:
scriber may have sent one or more
copies of the News Record to . any
address outside tbe county, at the
Yearly subscriptions each $1.00.
Single copies 6 cents, 6 copies same
issue 25 oeuU, mailed from oflloe with
out extra charge,
Harness and Saddles
Will supply your npeds in the Leather Goods line more cheaply and
give better satisfaction than any other dealer in Wallowa county.
Let him tit you out for the season's work. Repair work a specialty.
ARE SPECIALTIES OF THE
Horses Boarded by Day, Week or Month
Good Care of all Stock.
BEST EQUIPPED STABLE IN TEE COUNTY
One Block North of Court House.
J. C. SHACKLEFORD, Proprietor.
In the County Court of tho 8tate of Oregon,
for Wallowa County, State of Oregon.
In the mutter of the Estate of Elmer V.
Notice Is hereby given that tbe under-
aliened, E. Moore, has been duly appointed
lis the administratrix of the eatuteof Elmer
V. Moore, deceaaed, by the County Court of
ald County, and as mich administratrix has
been duly qualified; ull persons holding
claims against said estate are hereby notified
to present the same to the undersigned ad
ministratrix, at the ofliceof Burleigh A Boyd,
Enterprise, Oregon, duly verified as required
by luw, within hIx months from the date of
Dated this 24th of October, 1007.
' . Moore,
Administratrix of the Estate of Elmer V.
Moore, deceased, 2015
Burleigh & Boyd, Attorneys for Estate.
In the Circuit Court ol the State of Oregon,
for Wallowa County.
11. P. Throe, Plaintiff, 1
Mary A. Danforth' and)
l.uclue Dunforth, her )
husband, nud Larklu
lunley. Defendants. )
To Mary A. Danforth, Luolus Danforth
and I.arkin Hunley, the defendants above
In tbe name of the Htate Oregon: You and
each of you are hereby required to appoar
and answer to complaint filed against ynu
In the above entitled pause on or before the
expiration of six weeks from and after the
dale of the first publication of this Numinous,
which dute of first publication is Saturday,
September 21st, 11)07, and If ynu fall so to ap
pear and 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 you
to set forth the nature of your claim or In
terest lu and to Lot numbered Eight and the
South one-half of Lot numbered Mine In
Block numbered Eleven iu the town of Jos
eph, Wailowa county, Oregon, and that all
adverse claims of yoti and each of you be
determined by said decree; that you and
each of you be adjudged and decreed to have
no Interest orclalra In and to said real prop
erty or any part thereof; that plaintiff's title
thereto be adjudged and decreed to be good
and valid against yon and each of you, and
his title thereto quieted; and that you and
each if you be forever barred and enjoined
from asserting any claim or Interest In and
to said real property or any part thereof, ad
verse to tbe title of plaintiff; and for such
other and further rellei us to equity shall
seem meet nud agreeuble.
This summons Is served upon you by publi
cation thereof In the News Keeonl, for the full
period of six consecutive weeks, commencing
with the ilate of September 21st, li07, pursu
ant to an order of the lion. O. M. Corkina,
County Judge of Wallowa county, Oregon,
which order Is made and dated on the lBth
day of Heptcmbor. 1M7.
21t7 BtUtLfclGH & BOYD,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
In the Circuit Court of tho State of Orcg-on,
for Wallowa County.
W. K. Stubbledeld, I'lnlntiff,
Angle Miulihh'flcld, Defendant,
To Auicle Htubblcfleld, the ubove named
In the name ol the Htnte of Drceon- You
are hereby required to appear and uns cr to
the complaint filed atfiiinHt you In the above
entitled cauae on or before the expiration of
mi week from the date of tho tint publica
tion of thin Summon, which Drat dute of
publication Is Haturday, September lilnt,
lull?, and If you full to appear una nimwcr
within said time, for want thereof tbe plain
tiff will apply to the Court for the relief
prayed for In hla complulut, vli:
For a decree dlnHolvliiK tbe bond or matri
mony now and heretofore exliitlng between
the plaintiff and defendant, upon the
Krouud of willful deaertlon.
Thin Huuuuona Im puhllidied purxuuntto an
order of the Hon. U M. Corklnn, County
Judge of Wallowa county, OreKon, made anil
entered on the lHtn day of Keptember, 1UU7,
directing the publication thereof for the
period of (tlx conxecutlve weeka commencing
with the dute of September 2Ut,.lW7.
2M UURI.KIGIt HOYU,
Attorneys for I'lulutlH.
In the County Court of the State of Oregon,
for Wallowu County.
In the Mutter of the Estate of j
J. r. tiurieign, ixi-eiwu. )
Notice la hereby given that the under-
aiicned admlnlntriilrlx of tbe above entitled
etate haa filed her Hmtl account of her
adiululHtrutlon of aid exliite with the Clerk
of this Court, and the Court haa fixed Friday,
November 8, 1U07, at the Court room of aulil
Court In KnUirprlee, Oregon, n the time and
place for the aettleineiit of aald account; at
which time any persona Interested In aald
eatate may appear and file objection, In
writing, to uid account, und oouleal the
Dated at Enterprlie, Oretjon, thla.Ktu day
of October, iWJ.
Administratrix of tbe Entute of J. K. Burleigh
THE HARNESS AND
Physicians and Surgeons.
E. T. Anderson, M. D.
Physician and Burgeon
C. T. HOCKETT, M. D.
Independent Phone, j
Oflloe up stairs in Bank Bldg.
J. A, Burleigh
Burleiqh 5c Boyd
Will praotloe in all the Courts of
this State and before the Interior
and its ofllces. '
The most careful attention
given to all business entrusted
to our care.
When Passing On The Lewie
ton Road, Stop At The
Sled Springs Hotel.
rienty of Stable Rook.
S. B. CONNER, Proprietor.
Wm. Mcllroy AD Company,
Farms, Timber Lands, Acreage,
Lots, Residiinoe and Busi liens
Property For Hale. Timber Lo
cating a Specialty
ELGIN, - OREGON.
Stone Mason and Gutter
Cut stone flues constantly on
hand for short order work,
also fresh lime
L. J. Pisell, Wallowa, Ou.
Ruggles & Lathrope,
We will move your houHo, barn or
other buildings in a careful manner
also put In new foundations when
If you are lu need of any work lu
our line, call 6u or address us at
Order the News Record sent to au
Eastern friend and help bring another