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About The news=record. (Enterprise, Wallowa County, Or.) 1907-1910 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1907)
Christmas Presents That are Worth While
Any of These Useful Articles Will Give
Genuine Pleasure to the Recipient
Book cases and writr
ing desks combined
Dining tables golden
fir, quartered oak and
solid oak Mission style
A big line of couches
Erom golden fir at $10 to quar
ter sawed oak, French fcPft
bevel mirror at pwci
New Royal In fact a complete line
of Furniture from which
from $25.00 up
1 Rx A S I 1
y?ou can select a present
for old and young -
And at prices
that are right
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4 -iMP '? "fesi
p if' c
' ROCKERS AND
IRON AND BRASS
Leather Cushioned Solid
Rockers from the $2
sewing chair up to
Handsomest oak as
high as $16.50
FRED S. ASHLEY
R. I. LONG
CIVIL ENGINEERING and GENERAL LAND SURVEYING
Hydraulic and Irrigation Engineer
Harness and Saddles
THE HARNESS AND
Will supply your needs in the Leather Goods line more cheaply and
give better Hatisfactiou than any other dealer in Wallowa county.
Let him tit you out for the season's work. Repair work a specialty.
Mlu Bethel McKencia at the Fostofllce ii
anthorlied to receive and receipt for subscrip
tions And advertising for the News-Kecorcl,
ind to receive and receipt for Job work.
No. 30i2, .
' REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
WALLOWA NATIONAL BANK
OF ENTERPRISE, OREGON
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 3. i907
Loans and Discounts. $184,203 29
Overdrafts . 882 88
D. 8. Bonds 12,600 00
Bank Premises la.SOO 00
Due from Banks 21.W0 27
Due from U. 8. Treas-
urer "-J w a
Cash on hand . ....... 1 8,914 76-1
Total $251,566 18
CapitaVStock. f 50,000 00
Burplus 30,000 00
Undivided Profit.... 10,823 03
Circulation 12,500 00
and banks 148,243 15
Totals v... $251,666 18
Geo. W. Hyatt, President W. R. Holmes, Cashier
Geo. 8. Craig, Vice Presldeht Frank A. Reavls, Asst. Cashier
Oko. S. Craio Gko. W. Hyatt Mattik A. Holmes
G. Pex-vell W.. R. Holmbs
Elery Rose, who broke his arm in the
-(tape runaway recently, Is improving
Iast Tuesday several loads of hogs
eft Lostine for shipping. . They were
'.outrqcted some time ago by Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. John McCubbins left
Wednesday, for California where they
expect to fpend the winter.
The smallpox quarantine was with
drawn from the families of John Bow
man and Mr. Feagin. No further spread
of the disease having begun it was de
cided that people would be safe in their
Preaching services, Lostin? Circuit:
Second Sunday, Fairview at 11 a. m.,
Lostine at 7 p. m. ; Third Sunday,
Bramlet chapel at 11 a. m.; Fourth
Sunday, Lostine at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.
I will try and keep these as permanent
d ites the remainder o: the year.
tf . Host Martin, pastor.
Two railroad officials came through
Lostine last Wedneday. They were
making an estimate of the treight valu
ation of the county In order to. decide
whether to finish the road to Wallowa
city this fall. It was decided that noth
ing further would be done until spring.
Lyle Makin, of Eagle valley, arrived
Saturday in Lostine where he will re
main a short time visiting friends and
relatives. His sister, Ryll, he says, was
married about a month ago to a pros
perous young farmer of that place.
The Sunday school Las made special
arrangements for a Christmas program
and a Christmas tree and services will
be given at the Presbyterian church.
The Nolan restaurant has nrw
changed proprietors aud is being run
by the efficient management of L. P.
Woinack and wife. This boarding
house has alrradv received the praise of
every one in attendance. Special din
ners are given on Sundays.
, The funeral services of the infant
diughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Cronler
wi-re held Saturday from the I'resby
terian church, Rev. Thompson ollicitit
ingv The child had been sick for sev
eral days. A spider was supposed to
have been the cause1 of its death.
About a week ago Dr. Hewett lanced
two ulcers which seemed to he the
poisonous location hut the weak and
frail constitution of the five months old
child could not overcome the weakening
results which fcllowed. The child's
parents are well known throughout the
county and many frieuds unite in ex
tending sympathy to the boreaved
LINES BY MBfl. ALillRA BRIGHT.
Your darling babe has left us,
HI trials of life aro o'er;
He hns gone to greet the angel
On the brl(ht and golden shore,
He will have no more pain and sorrow
Up there thev cannot go
For all the wicked tiling mnat stay
In this wicked world below.
His life was as pure as the dewdrops
That fall from the heavens above;
He has gone to meet the angels
Where all s peace and lovo.
Then let us si r lve to live
Ho when we come to die
We'll meet our friends and loved ones
I In ttielr home beyond the sk y.
evidenced appreciation of the worlt by
attendance lust Friday and Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McFetridge, of
Prairie Creek, visited with frieivls and
relatives at this place during a part of
Mis9 Stella Laird, who has been ill
for the past year, is Again able to be in
Mrs. V. I. Cronin, of Enterprise, vis
ited her sister, Mrs. A. R. Murrey, Sat
urday and Sunday,
At present the direct road to Alder is
closed during the building of a bridge
over Hurricane creek. Work upon this
is being rapidly pushed by an energetic
and eflicient'crew of men. Hlaii.
The church at Alder will soon be
modernized by the addition of electric
A. R. Murrey has purchased a new
feed chopper and should Ik) iucltid d
among the many hog raisers of the
slopo who are makin g porkers a lucra
tive accessory to the farm income.
Mrs. George 1 lodge was a visitor at
the Sunday school last Sabbath. There
are a few more vacant seats that ,we
would like to see occupied.
Joe Weaver was kicked by a horte
that he was currying last Monday. The
injuries consist of some flesh bruiser
and a broken nose. This is the usual
result of feeding home grown oats.
Interest in the singing school con
ducted by Rev. Owins, is steadily in
creasing. An unusually large crowd
Woodbury's Celebrated Facial soap
toothing, healing, sanitary, cleansing.
Best toilet Boup iu the world. For sale
at the E. M. & M.
Paradise, Dec. 6, 1907. Snow all
gone. Weather fine now.
Several of t ho boys were fortunate at
the shooting mutch, November 28.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sturms visited
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Stm ins Sunday.
Scvaral of the ycung people fnm
tlii- community attended the Thanks
iriiig dance at Flora.
Mr. and Mrs. Clydo Straley and mn
Irwin, and Miss Valma Straley visiU d
at the home of Mr and Mrs. W. II.
Bakur of Flora Thursday evening.
Miss Maud Applegate is staying with
Mrs. Oscar Bodmer during the absence
of Mr. Bodmer, who has gone to Lewis
ton with a drove of hogs.
Clyde Straley has rented a farm of
his father, V. C. Straley, anil is break
ing in a new disc plow ho purchased a
few days ago.
O. A. Bhuman, Ii. Itotts and Wm.
Martin of I-ost Prairie passed through
I'arudite on their way home from Lew
iston where they took their hogs to
market about two weeks ago.
Mrs. Enyart aud daughter Lulu visit
ed with Mrs. Charles Sturms Monday.
James Doran recently sold his saw
mill to Lake Osbourn and Charley
Siurms. Mr. Doran intends to carry
the mail from Paradise to Anatone.
There will be a dance at Nova Stra
ley's hall Friday December 13.
Roy Ralls attended the literary at
Flora, Friday night.
Mr. Delore was in Paradiso Saturday
after wood for the Hackberrry high
high school on Grande Rondo river.
Tkmpeht and Sunsiiins.
15 per Cent ob Youp
Investmect in Real Estate
Paying (18 a
$1500 FOR BOTH
Lots one-fourth Block in Size
$100 to f4U0.
)00 to $5000
All above property
Good Farm Propositions
W. E. TAGGART,
The l ictures
You seed to jour friends
should be the very best
Don't ask them to spoil the
appearance of tlielr collec tion by
a photograph poorly flnihhed and
mounted. We make a most
beautifnl line of portraits,
finished in the best manner and
Examine our samples and ask
us about the price.
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