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About The news=record. (Enterprise, Wallowa County, Or.) 1907-1910 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 9, 1908)
Physicians and Surgeons
E. T. Anderson, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
C. T. HOCKETT, M. D.
Office up stairs in Bank Bldg.
F.G. HEWETT, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
J. A, BurlulKh
Will practice in all the Courts of
thlsStateaiid before the Interior
and Its ofllees.
The most careful attention
glvou to all business entrusted
to our care.
When Passing On The Lewis
toii Road, Stop At The
Sled Springs Hotel.
Plenty of Stable Roon:.
8. B. CONNER, Proprietor.
Wm Mcllroy anD Company,
FarmH, Timber Lands, Acreage,
Lots, Residence and Business
Property For Bale. Timber Lo
cating a Specialty
ELGIN, - OREGON.
Information Concerning; Eighth Grade
1. Dates: 'a) January 23. 24. 1908
(b) May 14, 15,1908; (u) June 11, 12,
2. Program :
a Thursdays Arithmetic, Writing
History and Civil Government
, D f riuaya -uramnmr, rnysioiogy
Geography una spelling. t
8. Source of Questions:
a Geography State Course of
. Htudy, Redway and Hlnnan'a
Natural Hohool Geography.
b 8 pelting Eighty per cent, from
Reed's Word Lessons, and
twenty per oent from uianu
Horipl in language.
Writing Specimens of penman
ship as ludloated In copied mat
ter and from manuscript in
d Language Buehlcr'a Mod"n
English Grammar, no dlagra
Civil Government United States
History List of topics from His
tory uuuine in estate vourseol
-" Study and Current Kveuta
- Notice; Teachers preparing classes
for examinations will please notify
county superintendent 80 days before
examination according to law.
J. W. Kkrns,
County Superintendent of Schools,
Diamond W Coftot lleat I ever
drank," says everyone. E. M, A M , Co.
, ... ment
CutjHit the W. J. Funk & Co. adv
lor acme boy or girl who is working (or
be splendid priiej offered by that firm.
Formerly the Wallowa ewp, KHtnbllrhed Mnp
Published every Thursday at Enterprise, Oregon
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Regular subscribers in:iy have as many copies us ihv desire sent outs'de of the
county at the following rmo, eh in advancf; Y early subsrriptif ns fl each.
Mews Record Pledge.
Durinij the last few weeks many new BuVeri'iersi have been added
to the News Record list. To them,
to pledge the endeavor to print a
largest FeiiHe of the term. The first
News Record is the news all the
present this news in a fiiir, impartial
not a p irty, church, class or section
whole people. Every in erest will
columns, even when the paper may
purposes of that interest. What is
columns, is that anything and everything that u news, not opinions or
views, will be printed and presented
as the news of something the editor
Editorially the New Record will
believes to be just and right, having
people on every occasion. This,
always stand for what you think is richt. We may sometimes even
differ from a large majorily of our reader3 for we claim the privilege of
being wrong as many times and making just as many mistakes as any
one of you.
The splendid support given the
is appreciated, and in return it will be our endeavor to publish a paper
that will make both new and old subscribers firm friends of the News
Record, and do everything in our power for the upbuilding of Wallowa
The total levy for county, road,
the county court ia eleven and one-
n we wtiolo state ot Uiegon. 1 he
on a valuation variously est i a" a ted
It pay to be out of debt when tight
The Oregor.ian assail the primary because it has killed the Repub
lican party organization in Oregon.
as the Oregonian says it was, the primary deserves a medal.
Aside from Roosevelt, there is
ation would prevent nearly every state- west of the Missouri river from
swinging into the Bryan line. He'd
You may repair and patch if
are r.ejued etui.
Fairviow, Dec. 24 T. F. Lathrope
expects-to go to work on the bridge
over Little Salmon about Jiiiunry 1.
Elmer Rucker has n turned from
Portland where he was called in attend
ance on his sister, who was in the
Mr. Fisher's children have recovered
from the mumps and liter school ugain
A large drove of hit cattlo passed
through on the way to Lewiston Satur
day. They were purchased of Mc
Donald of Wallowa.
Thos. Lathrope lute just completed
one of the finest ccllais in this neigh
borhood, being built of soft rock with a
shingle roof and is absolutely frost
Harry Fishor is helping Frank Down-1
ing saw wood.
W. T. Knapp returned from Enter
prise on Wcduesdny, being excused
from jury duty.
Lon Lathrope wont to Enterprise
Guy Knapp gave a party at the old
place Monday evening. A largo crowd
and a good time.
Deo. SO A fine large buck made his
appearance near tho home of Wm.
Whltmore Friday. Mr. Whitmore's
dogs gave chase but at last accounts it
was still at larRC.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Willard
Uesketton December 24, a 10 hiuuu
The attendance at school is still very
small on account of sickness.
Another dance party willl lie given by
Guy Knapp next week.
The Btuge driver reports deep si ow
In the timber between here uud Flora.
Mrs. Dennis Whitmore came out u
Sunday to visit ut her father, Mr.
Mrs. F. W. Heskett was called to
Wallowa on Monday by the serious
illness of her daughter, Mrs. Tony
R. E. Heskett and T. J. Drydeu
spent Friday at Wallowa on business.
The bountiful rainfall of lust week
Insures plenty ot water for the hills
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wolverton spout
Christinas with friends at Lostlue.
' MIkm Mary Feaglus who has beeu
viaitli.it with her parents and friends
ii thlh neighborhood, took her depart
ure Saturday for The Dalles, where she
- h 3,1H99. New erlo l.eimn April 80, 1007
Editor and t'uhlirilier
and to old friends as well.it desires
county (aper in the truest and
consideration always with the
news of Wallowa county and to
manner. The News Record is
organ, hut a Newspaper for the
have a pquare deal in the news
oppose editorially the aims and
meant by square deal in the new
in the paper in as fair manner
may h ippeti to favor.
continue to advocate what it
in mind the interests of the
mind you, is not paying we will
paper during the last three months
state and school ourposes fixed by
half mills, probably the lowest levy
Union county le 'y is 27 1-2 millB
from 50 to 05 per cent of full value.
If. that organization was as bad
just one Republican whose nomin
from Wisconsin and his first name
you will, but courthouse and jail
hus a position in
a cunning factory.
Jan. 8 R. E. Heskett had the mis
fortune to lose a fine hog weighing
over 500 pounds, while delivering a
load to Maxwell Bros, of Wallowu last
W. T. Knapp completed a deal by
which he becomes the owner of a fine
quarter section of land formerly owned
by Wm. Feagius. The deed was
exchanged last Friday.
Several from this neighborhood
attended the New Years hall at Lostine.
Mrs. F. V. He-kett visited her
daughter, Mrs. Tony Sherod, who has
been very ill, and relumed homo on
Guy Knapp gave another party last
Prljlair Aim....... i ...1.;
-;.,. nK ni uwa a gooaiy mini
her were present and report a fine ti
J. W. Anderson und sons Rob and
John have taken a contract to cut logs
for W. E. Lew is, tho saw mill man. .
The attendance at school is
Varuinh stains and brushes, and
Lac'iueret makes old furniture look
like new at Ihiniaugh & May field's. '
Paradi.e, Jan. 3 Uncle Dave lien
drickson took dinner with W. C. .Stra
ley's New Years day.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Cluis. Ralls,
Dec. 24, a son.
George Norton, of this place, who
spent Christinas with hh father and
mother at Flora, was taken ill while
there with pneumonia, and is in a verv
A. C. Miller of Enterprise is doing
business In this vicinity.
Mr. oud Mrs. James Doran enter
tamed a number of relatives and friends
to dinner New ars day.
mt. ami jmm. Bodmer
Giande Rondo rivir visited Mr
Mrs. Oscar fkxlmer, January i,
took in the dunce at night.
Tho row ut the dance New
...... . l
.mm., vrvaivu Mtino a sensation for
some time. The parties will be ban
died pretty roughly for it, which no
doubt they dotone.
Mr. Bolding of Wenaha was in these
parts last wevk taking subscriptions for
the News Record.
Miss Vahna Straley attended litera. v
t Flora Friday night.
Granduu and Grandpa Sturnis visited
with their daughter, Mrs. Lake Os
bourne, New Years day.
Married, at Flora, Oregon, Dec. 31,
Mr. Paul Cochrane, of Paradise, to
MissZella Millsap, of Asotin, Wash.,
S mire Moore pronouncing the wards
that made them one.
TBMresT and Sunshine.
Lower Vallt y, Dec. 30 Mrs. Henry
Thompson vWted her daughter, Mrs.
Walter Miller of Promise, last week.
Mrs. Orland Hawkins of North
Powder is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Schaeffer.
Earl SchuelTer has tonsilitis and will
he unable to attend school this week.
Boyd Johnson has been suffering with
Miss Anna Schaeffer visited Miss
Nona Miller Saturday and Sunday.
Roy Schaeffer is visiting his parents
hut will return to Mud creek in a few
days to herd sheep,
Ilaivey Thompson is the Promise
stage driver at present.
Waverley, Dec. 27 Several of the
friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Casteel
were invited to attend the Christmas
tree given at their home Christmas eve.
Those who attended were": Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Loock, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
l?ork and children, Mr. and Mis. S. B.
Warnock and little daughter,' Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Ager and children, Mrs. J.
M. Casteel and family, Virgil Brines,
Errery Culbertson, Wilbur Brines and
Hiram Powell. All had an enjoyable
time. The part of f-'anta Ciaus was
most sucessfully played by A. L. Loock.
Rudolph Bork v ent to Flora to
attend the, dance there, returning
Hiram Powell visited Wednesday
night with Wilbur Brines.
George and Claude Myers attended
the Xmas dance at Flora.
S. B. Wan' ock and wife and daugh
ter Mary visited with the family of J.
S. Casteel f:on Tuesday morning till
v ednesdny evening.
W, C. Forthman and wife went to
Flora Friday returning tho same day.
Albert Ager raised tho frame of his
Wilbur Brines made a qnick trip to
The chinook is on for sure. We will
not have much snow for Christmcs
Jr , Messrs-. Unapmac and Harmon were
up from "The Point" Saturday..
Willie Forthman visited with George
Myers Saturday night. '
George Myers went to tiie river
M n lay.
The sheep industry leads all others in
Wallowa county as a money bringer,
over $300,000 buing brought Into .the
county last year from tho sale of wcol
and sheep. C. L. Hartshorn estimates
the number of dl.uep in the county, this
w inter at 14(1,000. Follow ing are some
of the largest owners and the si.o of
" Jay II. Dobbin 20,000.
Peter Beaudan 17,000.
Devin fc Mitchell 17,000.
Stubblefleld & Faleoner 7500.
C. P. Ragsdale 7500.
C. L. Hartshorn 0500.
Stiekney & German 0000.
L. C. Johnson 0000.
Walter Bonor 5000.
i Frank Keinau 3500.
E. B. Knapp-3400.
E. O. Mukin 3200.
Longfellow & A mold 3000.
Dave Tucker 3000.
Hays Kernan 300'.).
F. D. McCully 3000.
Schant & Gabriel 2800.
E. A. Andoisuu 2400.
11. C. Do Beaumont 2000.
Ernest Fulton 1500,
Omor Stubblefleld 1500.
W. H. Graves 1500.
. Walter Beith 1500.
Lutiell & Ruby 1500.
A. and U. Johnson 1400.
.Butler & Stevens-1100.
G. A. Usher 1000.
Flora, Jan. 6 Paul Moore, one of
Flora's business men; has gone to Lew
iston tor a few weeks. Miss Lelah Cole
will stay w ith his wife c uring his
. Dr. Gil more is busy answering calls
to differeut parts of the country.
The League held a business meeting
The M. W. A. are planning a nice
time for January IS.
Dave Abies will move to Flora scon.
Justice Moore has been busy of Isjte
with marriage ceremonies and criminal
dockets, also a civil case John Curry
plaintiff, C. A. AllenN acting as lr's
attorney, W. C. Forthman and B, E.
Podzett defeudauts, R. Meyers acting as
A jury deciJed in favor j
John Honk made final proof on his
W. P.' Davis arid wife paid Prof, and
Mrs.. Allen a visit Saturday nijjht,
Readers of the News Record, let us
hear from all parts of
through the Record. Sifter
Bartlett, Jan. 5 Fred Richman went
to Flora a few days ago.
W. P. Davis and wife paid tlif.tr old
As it is now the beginning of the . new year
we are very desirous of having prompt settle
ment of all notes and accounts due us. We
therefore earnestly request all of our patrons
who have not made final settlement for the
year 1907 to please do so without further
delay. This accommodation will enable us
to meet our obligations and place us in a posi
tion to serve you even better in 1908 than in
1907. Doing the extensive credit business we
do in turn requires us to use our credit very
extensively and to keep our credit good com
pels us to be insistent in our collecting. It is
better for you and better for us. that you give
this matter prompt attention. Thanking you
one and all for your patronage in the past and
soliciting it in the future, we are,
Yours respectfully, .
C. M. & M. COMPANY.
MAIL AND PASSENGER
Wallowa. Appleton, Flora io Paradise,
MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS; and V
From Paradise, Flora and Appleton to Wallowa,
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS."
Good aoconiniodatioiiH, courteous
.. Leaves Wallowa at 8v. in. .
E. W. SOUTHWICK, Proprietor.
BEST OF MEATS
Hides and Felts
"Careful Banking Insures the Safety of Deposits."
Depositors Have That Guarantee at
WALLOWA NATIONAL BANK
OF ENTERPRISE, OREGON
We Do a General Banking Business.
Exchange Bought and Sold op
All Principal Cities.
Geo. W. Hyatt, President
Geo. S. Craig, Vice President
Geo. S. Craiu
ARE SPECIALTIES OF TICK
ENTERPRISE LIVERY .AND FEED STABLE
Horses Boarded by Day, Week or Month v
N Good Care of all Stock.
BEST EQUIPPED STABLE IX THE COUNTY
One Block North of Court House.
J. C. SHACKLEFORD, Proprietor.
Will supply your needs In the Leather Goods line more cheaply and
give beiM satisfaction than any other deahr in Wallowa county.
Let him fit you out for the seahou's work. Repair work a specialty
flora, a visit isaiuraay.
The jurors from these parts started
on their third trip to court, I guess its
a "go" this time. .
A. T. Bartlett has a rice store and
does a fine business for this country.
Claud Crandell, after suffering a long
unie oi lunereuioFes, ujeu ..uriHiinHs
J leaving a kind mother and many fi lends
to mourn his death.
The literary at. Bartlett under the
supervision of Miss- Lola Richman is
progressing nicely. Meets every Sat
urday. . Gborue.
Dr. Miles' Anti-ruin Pills relieve pain
t- 'i i h '1 I fl'M ' '
ALWAYS ON HAND.
W. R. Holmes, Cashier
Frank A. Reavis, Asst. Cushier
friend, u u, Allen, anu laniny.
Mattie A. Holmes
THE HARNESS AND