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For Sale By ,
. Fred S. Ashley
In North Country
The main highway lending to the
North country has been traveled more
than ever before this fall, as nearly
the entire wheat crop of the fertile
Paradise firms has been brought to
mills in the valley, principally to the
E. M. & M. Co'h. Enterprise mill.
The well known Sled springs hotel,
ownod by the popular S. B. Connor, is
now conducted by Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Norton, who have leased it from Mr.
Connor. While at the hotel the other
day, a representative of the- News
Record met Isaac Bingaman of Inibler,
who was on his way in to his ranch.
He is going to paint the buildings on
his place if bad weather doesn't prevent.
Miss M. R. Applegato, pcmtrmstreea
at Appleton, is going to try for a prize
in the great $405 contest, and will
gladly forward subscriptions to the
$15 CASH $15
To the three Pupils of Wal
lowa County Schools who
bring the largest number of
their Buster Brown Ads cut
from the News Record to
W. J. FUNK& CO.'S
store by November 1, 1908.
Cut out the ads each week
and have all your friends save
ads for you. They are found
only in the News Record.
hotel like one kept by Mrs. Austin.
E. D. Southwick has been driving the
Wallowa-Paradiee mail route for his
son who has 'been ill of smallpox, but
the latter will resume the reins this
week, The horse that was so badly
burned iu the Straley barn tire is slowly
recovering and Mr. South wirk thinks it
will, in time, tie able to bear the
harness. E. D. Southwick is going to
try for a prize in the great contest, and
will also i-end news to tne News Record
from the Fairview district.
Troy, Nov. 151 notice in your issue
of Oct. 31, someone wants to know
where to find the scripture where Christ
and his apostles sprinkled Infants. I
hardly think he can find It, for the
reason the sprinkling or baptism' of
infants is contrary to God's plan of
salvation, for we are taught that first
we must consecrate ourselves to God,
then in symbol of the death of our self
will we are baptised in Christ. So you
Bee an infant could not have the under
standing cl consecration or of laying
down the selfwill, and consequently
The Straley Hotel at Paradise 1b a very Christ would not do anything tha t was
comfortable place for travelers. Mr. I contrary to the Fathers plan,
and Mrs. Straley make every stranger
ft el at home. Mr. Straley is having a
new. barn. built to replace the big one
$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. & I. Co.
Stone Mason and Gutter
Cut stone flues constantly on
hand for short order work,
also fresh lime.
L. J. Piseix, Wallowa, Or.
burned the night of October 14. The
lumber for the barn is manufactured in
the mill at Paradise. T. D. Coblentz of
Flora who teaches the Deer Creek
school, boards at the Straley.
Mr, Boone, a former Missourian but
who has been residing at Anttoue,
Wash., for the last five yearn, is talking
of going into the milling buniuess at
Flora. Mr. Boone is Mrs. Nova
A spelling school was held at Flora
It is likelv that Matthew 19:13, Mark
10:13, Luke 18: 15, ere the texts wanted
Forester McRinsey and Inspector
Foster of the forest reserve are in thi
locality inspecting land for the proposed
The county court gave us an appro
priation1 on the hill between Troy and
Flora that was much needed. Harry
Brown was appointed road boss and he
is doing some good work, though we
should have 500 more for the making
of a good road.
The Edenites are getting anxious
alKHit the bridge across Salmon river.
Council Orders i
New Arc Light.
At a called meeting of the city
council Friday evening an arc light was
ordered placed at the corner of North
nnd Forsvthe streets. This is the corner
by C. W. Boatman's residence, and the
light will be not only a great conven
ience to the people residing in that part
of the city, but to travelers on the
Lostine road as well.
The application of F. I. Vergere for
permission for the B. M. &. M. Co. to
lay water pipes to his barn, was laid on
the table. J. C. Shackleford was
granted permission to excavate and
build a rack to wash buggies on in
front of his barn.
The following bills were allowed :
E. J. Foray the, lights 29 SO
K. S.Pace. work 2 50
V. E. Taggart, October pay and
rent... 6 00
T. M. Dill, October pay 5 00
C, M. Lockwood, October pay .... 5 00
J. C. Reaviu October pay St.
Comr 60 00
Arch Marcus, work on street 5 00
J. W. Kerns, nightwatch Oct. 31... 3 50
Geo. Anderson, work with team... 10 50
Mayor Boyd and Council men Reavis,
A kins, Combes and Berland were present.
Friday nittht and a literary society jagt whisper to Lathrope Bros, that the
organised that will meet every Friday , Salmon has been known to get muddy
night. A .big crowd wbb in attendance j anj gweu UD about this time of the
and the new society will no doubt prove I Vear. You can tell them also that the
ot great benefit. Mr. Davis was elected
president, and Miss Prudence Eddie
Mrs. E. P. Skaggs is editing a splendid
local paper at Flora and the paper is
flourishing as it richly deserves to.
Miss Lillie Yager of Arko district,
Miss Myrtle Thomas of Flora, Miss
Bessie Friddles of Grouse, Mrs. Lucy
Duley of Flora and Miss Lelah Cole of
Flora are among those proposed by
f riends for the great 8405 prize contest,
and with such popular candidates it will
be strange indeed if one of more of the
fine Drizes for district No. 3 does not
come to the north country.
Mrs. N. A. AuBtin, landlady of the
Farmers House, knows the secret of
making the weary wayfarer feel at
home. It is a real pleasure to stay a t a
trout are riDe now for your numDie
servant was out this morning and
picked a dozen.
RODGERS BROS. Proprietors
Dealers in New and Second-hand goods, Bicycles and Bicycle Repair.
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.
F. B. Miller and family were visitors
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ellis,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scrlbnerof Joseph
and Mr. Soribner's father from Chero
kee, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. L. Knap-
per from Prairie Creek, were visiting
at A. Wade's Sunday.
There will be a basket social in the
Alder church, Nov. 29. Everybody
invited to come and enjoy a good time.
Miss Stella Hooper of Joseph was a
visitor at the Alder Sunday school,
Mr. and Mrs. James Carter and
daughter Edith were guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Litoh,
The people of Alder are at work
building a new fence around the cem
etery. William McCbrmack is building a
new baru on his residence on Alder
Indications of Coal.
While dleeine a well on his Trout
Creek farm four miles north of Enter
prise, Joe Allen struck indications of
coal at a depth of 40 feet. Strata of
brown and black rock of a soapstone
nature were passed through, that are
I said to usually overlay veins of coal.
Struck Good Water Vein.
O. C. Pchluer, who owns a fine ranch
south of Enterprise, has had a 40 foot
well driven on a small knoll near
his residence and struck a fine vein of
Water. Although there is only 15 feet
of water in the well, continuous pump
ing for hours does not lower the water
level perceptibly, says the Joseph
Herald. ' Mr. Schluer intends to build
a storage tank next summer and in
stall a gravity system ot water works in
his dwelling house, stables and feed
The kindergarden children i
struggling with the alphabet.
"Who can tell what comes a'ter G?"
asks the teacher. Silence reigns.
Again she questions, "Doesn't any
one know what comes after G?"
Then Carlton raises his hand. "I
do," he says. "Whiz. Gee whiz."
Woman's Home Companion for November.
Diamond W Coffee sold
lb. cans at E. M. & M. Co.
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
MENS' AND BOYS'
We have a good strong line of these coats and are offering
cood 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 il you will calT we will try, to convince you that
our prices are the lowest . Come and we will treat you right,
Baby's and Children's Shoes. New lot
juBt in at W. J. Funk & Co's.
Real Estate Transfers
Week Ending Nov. 16, 1907 Prepared
By Wallowa Law, Land &
E.M. &IML Co.
Harness and Saddles
THE HARNESS AND
Will supply your nei'd9 iu the Leather Goods line more cheaply and
give betur 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 LY THE COUNTY
One Block North of Court House.
J. C. SHACKLEFORD, Proprietor.
'Cantul BmokJog lium tb Safety ot DpoltM.'
I epositora Have That Guarantee at
OF ENTERPRISE, OREGON.
Me do a General Banking Business'
Exchange Bought and Sold on
All Principal Cities
GEO. W. HYATT,
W. R. HOLMES,
GEO. S. CRAIG,
FRANK A. REAVIS,
Lola Smith to Crosse tt. Timber Co.,
sw se sec 20, n half ne seo 29, t.l n, r
41 e, $1. '
Raiuuel Sproston to Duane Lathrop,
lots 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12, blk A,
Sproston's add to Wallowa. $250.
Wallowa National Bank to E. J.
Forsythe, an Irregular tract of laud In
sec 85, 1 1 s, r 44 e, and in sec 2, 1 2 s, r
44 e, containing 26 acres. $250.
James H. Hartshorn to E. J. For-
sythe, an Irregular tract of land in seo
35, 1 1 s, r 44 e, and in sec 2, t 2 s, r 44
Henry C. Beggs to James A. Tuliey,
nese. seo 18, 1 1 n,43 e. f50:
James D. Woodell to Stella M. Han-
viile, an Irregular traot ot land In lot
4, sec 2, 1 2 s, r 44 e. $350.
E. J. Forsythe to K. 8. Pace, a tract
In sec 35, 1 1 s, r 44 e, (sw sw) and part
in nw of nw of sec 2, t 2 , T 44 e.
U. S. Pat. to Herman Miller, e half
of sw of sec 23 and the ne of the nw or
sec 20. in t 3 n. r 40 e.
U. 8. Pat. to Henry W. Oliver, lots
numbered 8 and 9 and the n half of
the se of seo 6, 1 4 n, r 43 e.
U. S. Pat. to William H. Miller, n
half of n w and the se nw and the ne of
sw of seo 24. 1 3 n. r 40 e.
D. W. Kheahan to Adolph Meyer, e
half of se, sec 10, and e ball or ne seo
15. t 2 s. r 46 e. $5000.
Ernest Fulton to Adolph Meyer, qc, e
half se, seo 10, and e balf ne qr, seo 16,
t2s, r45. $1.
H. C. Keefer to Miles W. Goodman,
w half ae. seo 11. tls. r43e. $2200,
Peter Goebel to Jennie Hherod, nil of
blk 44 In Residence add to Wallowa
Edwin B. Btockam to J. B. Garrett,
all ot lots 1, 2, 8, 4 and 6, in half blk H
in the town of Flora. $485.05.
Henrv Miller to Clark Amey, blk 42,
Zurcher's add to Enterprise. 12500,
John McDonald to Lyman Lydaii,
lots 7, 8, 9. and 10, blk Z, The Mcuon
aid add e Wallowa. $200.
Jennie Blierod to J. C. Hall and T
L. Bberod, lot 13, blk 18, town of
John McDonald to T. L. Bberod
lot 1, 2, 8, 4, 6, 8. 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and
14, blk 11, The McDonald add to
Yv, M Moi-m.n Jr.. to A. M
UUil . . - . ..., -
Akers, lota 9. 10, 11 and 12, blk A,
in Herman's add to Wallowa. f 160
U. 8. K. R. to J. D. Eastman, nw,
neo 11. tin. r41e.
J. D. Eastman to John Minder et al,
nw sec 11. 1 1 n. r 41 e. $850.
T. E. Wood to John HV Parrott, n
GEORGE W. HYATT, MATTIE A. HOLMES
GEORGE S. CRAIG,
G. PENNELL, W. R. HOLMES.
half, nw ne, and n half ne nw, seo 17,
2 a, r44 e. Also right of way. $1500.
U. S. R. R. to Ida Rlesland, lots 1
and 2, seo 4, 1 1 n, r , and e half of
se, seo.33. t No. 2 n, r 43 e.
Arthur Miller to The George Palmer
Lumber Co., lots 1 and 2, seo 32, t 3 n,
41 e. $1.
William F. Wade to A. P. Bprague,
half se, see 17, 1 1 n, r 42 e. $000.
Fro i lie Urias to Bamuol Parrott, a
alf u w and s half ne, seo 10, t 8 n, r
East Oregon Merc. Co. to Jennie
Bberod, lot 13, blk 18, town of Wal
John McDonald to Barton Snarr, nw
of seo 15, and the s half of sw of seo 10,
and sw of sw and u half of se of nw of
sec 15. and n balf. of nw and se of sw
of wo 22, and the ne of so of sec 16, and
the w half of se ot sec 16: also Irregular
tract in seo 15, all in 1 1 n, r 42 e.
5 w tat oa Your
QYestmeat in Real Estate
Physicians and Surgeons.
1 wo Houses
Paying $18 a
$1500 FOR BOTH
Lots one-fonrth Block in Size
$100 to $400.
$600 to $5000
All above property
Good Farm Propositions
W. E. TAGGART,
E. T. Anderson, M. D.
Physician and Burgeon
C. T. HOCKETT, M. D.
Office up stairs in Bank Bldg.
J. A, Burleigh
Burleiqh 8c Boyd
Will practice in all the Courts of
thlsStateaiid before the Interior
and its offices.
The most careful attention
given to (all business entrusted
to our care.
In the County Court of theHtata ot Oregon
for Wallowa County, State of Oregon.
In the mutter ul ttie Katute of Elmer V,
Moore, Deoeiuted. '
Notice la hereby glren that the under
signed, E. Moore, hue been duly appointed
n the admlnlatratrlx or the ealate of timer
V. Moore, dereatied, by the County Court of
eald County, and aaauch adruinlatratrlx ha
been duly qualified; all peraona holding
elalma ngulnnt aald ealate are hereby notified
to preeent the an me to the underalgnnd ad
mlnletratrlx, at the office ol Burleigh A Boyd,
Enterprlae, Oregon, dnly verified aa required
by law, within alx monthe from the date of
Dated tbii 34th of October, 1907.
Administratrix of the Batata of Elmer T.
Moore, deceased. 2615
Bcuxiaa & Boyd, Attorneys lor Estate.
When Passing On The Lewis
ton Road, Stop At The
Sled Springs Hotel.
Plenty of Stable Rooru.
S. B. CONNER, Proprietor.
Win. Mcllroy and Company.
Farms, Timber Lands, Acreage,
Lots, Residence and' Business
Property For Bale. Timber Lo
cating a Specialty
ELGIN, - OREGON.