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About The news=record. (Enterprise, Wallowa County, Or.) 1907-1910 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1910)
THE NEWS RECORD
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.
Formurly the Wallowa New, estab
lished March 3. 1899.
Published Wednesday and Satur
days at Enterprise, Oregon, by
THE ENTERPRISE PRESS
Office East side Court House Square
Entered aa second-class matter
January 2, 1909, at the postofHce at
Enterprise, Oregon, under the Act of
March 3, 1879.
Subscription Rates: One year $2.
six months $1, three mouths ' 60c,
. mnnth 2n! On yearly cash-In-
advance subscriptions a discount of
J5c Is given.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1910.
DELINQUENTS MUST PAY.
Under th above . caption the- Se
dalla, Mo., Democrat, editorially says:
"Editor Fays, of Lyons, Iowa, has
been called to Washington city be
cause his subscription list la not
paid up as well as the law requires.
"He will have to expIaJpi to govern
ment officials why he has not com
pelled hl subscribers to pay! up ac
cording to postal rules.
"An Inspector hadi visited him two
months- previously, and his subscrip
tion list was said to fee pretty thor
oughly pall up, but evidently It was
not sufficiently bo.
"It seems, a little tough that a
newspaper owner has to be hauled
up before the government on the
charge of having violated federal
laws Just because he does not keep
eternally - dunning his. subscribers
tor the small sums Uney owe hlro on
subscription; but it Is like the end
of the world no man known when
it cometh ; and no editor knows
what day an Inspector may pop In
and oak to 'see the lists."
Sears, Roebuck & Co. have come
i: to collision with the nationaL pure
food authorities, through the seizure
of a quantity of the Garland brand
of New Orleans moiass.es at Tus
con, Arizona, which la pronounced
adulterated and mlabranded. These
mail order concerns have a distinct
advantage in the enforcement of
tiie pure food laws, In that their pro
ducts are sent dl.ee t io the consum
er, and seldom come under the obser
vation of the officials, who visit re
tall and Jobbing establishments, , in
making up their samples, for analy
sis, and merchants, might perform a
public service by securing samples in
sections where .their distribution of
food products Is of cons eque nee. -New
All seasonable fruits
found here. Also the
finest shipment of For
eign and Domestic
Cheese ever in the city
With the en ti r e
stock kept brand
new at the lowest
prices the quality of
" goods can besold for .
All Hats, Shoes and
Gloves at Cost while
they last ,
An excellent quality of coal
at a conservative price.
Lay in the "winter
. .supply now. :
Riley s Riley's
B&Ker Q Smith, Proprietors
Fair treatment to everybody.
Commercial Trade a Specialty.
First Class Rigs. ' s Phone Orders Carefully Followed
. Horses Bought and Sold
Feed For Sale , - - ' Open Day and Night
Pure Bred Black Percheron Stallion at this barn for service
OSWALD WEST AND
HILL TOUR ALL VALLEY TOWNS
AND SPEAK IN ENTERPRISE
Oswad We3t, Democratic candi
late for governor; Hugh McLain of
Coos, county, candidate for state
.all road commissioner, and State
Senator Turner Oliver of La Grande,
;andida.'e for secretary of state, will
aiake a tour of the valley today,
A'edneaday, to an auto.
They are scheduled to leave
,a Grande thie morning, and will
probably stop at Island. City, Irabler
ind Elgin, reaching Wallowa about
.loon, where the party .will have
.unch, and meet the people until
Tha next stop w: be Lo&tine
'.nd an hour or more will be spent
.here, and ithen a quick run. will be.
nade through to Joseph, where, a
tay will be made until 7 o'clock.
From Joseph Mr. West and par'.y
ill come to Enterprise w.ie.e at
i':30 o'clock the candidate for gov
ernor will deliver an address, which
everybody Is cordially Invited' to
aear. ' ,
Mr. West is. a comparatively
young man but he has a record in
Jregdn admlnislra ive affairs of which
he oldest stager could be proud,
la has earned the gratitude of all
classes by his busiwsss-like handling
jf the state land office, saving thou
landa of dollars. aid adding It to the
.rreducible school fund. As railroad
joromiaaioner be has been fearleas
Mi' fair, and certainly this county
has no kick coming on his decisions.
Mr. West has the respect of all,
.uul true to the well known Wallowa
oum'-y reputation for hospitality
.hi people will give him an earnest
SURVEYOR RUDD LUCKY;
GETS BOTH NOMINATIONS
A. II. Rud Ji of Joseph and H. E,
Merryman of Enterprise, who tied
for both the Republican and Demo
cratic nominations for county sur
veyor, arbitrated the matter by let
ting 'the flip of a coin duclde, Mr..
Raid winning both times.
Rudd ami Merryman each received
13 voles on Repub'Jcan, ballots and
9 on. Democratic. County Clerk Boat
man tOMed the coin Tuesday morn
lag, Mr. Rudd caKlng tails both times
and winning Ijoth times,- His. name,
therefore, will appear on .the election
ballot as both the Republican and
CALDWELL CHARGED $3
PER NIGHT FOR 81NGLE BED
G. Thompson, .who wired. the fair
grounds here and was also connected
will in amusement enterprise, . re
turned to Enterprise last week, and
will probably go into business here.
Mr. Thompson saya the amusement
people fell into hard line a after leav
lug here, 'They -went to Caldwell,
and' found price boosted "out of
Jlght." Space o.n the fr.lr grounds
cot $2 a foot front, and beds In
town were $3 a nicntr "take it or
leOiVe It." To add to .the general dls
comfort the first two days were spoil-
a l, by rain, so th.are waaa t rucn, la
sight for the shows.
ATTACH PLANING MILL.
The City planing; mill, W.,P. Ran.
L!n proprietor, has been attached,
togetlwr with the loss, saw niilla
etc., operated by. him, on debts. The
ci'.erlff ha possession of (he prop
erly and ha tJaccd C. S. Honey,
j.'.e of. .the principal' creditors, tern
porarlly Ui c..re of the planer. A
potj'.lon in bankrui.tey hao been fil
ed 'and Attorney J.. A. Burleigh ha
gone to Portland on thr,t business
before the federal court " ' -
New 8ults Filed.
Oct. 8 J. D. Halsev vs. W. F. Ran
kin et al.
Oct. 8 C. A, Ray vs. B. T. Ham
mmk t al.
Oct. 11 J, T. Clemens vs. E. T.
Bus meets all trains-
LOTS OF WEAJTH C0ME3
FR0M. OREGON'S FARMS.
Portland, Oct. 10 Oregon's agricul
tural products this year will amount
to no less than $115,000,000, accord;
ing to the estimate of Dr. James
Wlthycombe, "director of the gov
ernment experiment station at Cor-
vallls. Add. to this .figure the many
millions derived from Its timber
manufactures, mining and commerce,
and it. L not surprising that Oregon
Is such a prosperous state. .
Dr. Wtthycombe's estimate of the
year's crops and their values follows:
Dairy products .. 14,000,000
vVheat, 17,000,000 bu 13,750,000
Hay, 900,000 tons ..' 10,000,000
Oats, 11,000,000 bu . . 6,000,000
Potatoes, 6.000,000 bu....- 5,000,000
ruit .. 6,000,000
Poultry products ...... .. 5.000,000
Wool, 20,000,000 lba ... 4,000,000
Hops, 90,000 balej 3,000,000
liscellaneous products .. 23,250,000
New Presbyterian .
WaiUowa Thronged With Visitor
vand Nearly $5000 Raised at
Wallowa, Oct. 10 The dedication
it the. new Presbyterian church was
attended by an immense, throng here
,ea.terday, the spacious and hand-
lome auditorium being crowded to
he doors at each service.
The sum of $4953.46 was raised,
saving ihe,new church entirely
'ree of debt.
The dedication sermon was preach-
d by Dr. S. W. Holt of Portland,
.ad Dr. MlMigan preached at the
venlag servle .
Today and tomorrow the Grande
to.ide presbytery, will hold its annual
la&ov-?. The town Is crowded with
nWiiilers and laymen who are In at-'
The new church is 40x70 ioi stee,
with a high basement, containing the
urnace room, kitchen, toilets, and
issembly hall. The main auditorium
3 40x40, wi'.h a Sunday school, room
10x10 separated, by sliding doors
Tom the ma'.n. room. The total cost
jf .the edifice war '$8000.
CHURCH 8ERVICE8. '
Methodist: Rev, Q. G. . Kaley, the
lewly appointed district superlnten-'
lent of the La Grande district, will
?raach in the J'ethodlst church Sun
day morning, and administer the Sac
rament of the Lord's Supper, -The
Jlrat quarterly conference will be
ield on Saturday evening. Services
for Sunday are as follows: . Sunday
ichool 10 a. m.: preaching 11 a. ra.
and 8 p. m.; Ep worth League 7 p. m.
hearty welcome to all.
Mrs. Mary Harris Armor will be In
3nterpnbe" November 4 to address a
inlon mass meeting In the. Interest
it temperance. Mrs. Harris l thor
oughly conversant with the working
of prohibition in Georgia and will
have something Interesting to eay on
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES,
The total enrollment is now 73.
Wilbur Brines of Flora, Llezle Boe
en of Moro and Myrle Mc.Eachern
of Trout Creek "aie new pupils en
tared last week.
The first monthly test of the
year was held Monday, October 3.
The ne.w chemical labratory and
equipment was Installed last week.
The school is growing so rapidly--hat
another teacher will probably
be engaged. . .
C, E. Funk and family, are mov-
ng tms week to their old home
on .River !reet. The house va
cated on Residence street will be
occupied by Fred FiUpatrlck and
family of Loe'l'e. who will make
this city thotr home.
FOR JOINT, REPRESENTATIVE
Unlqn and Wallowa Courvties
J. A. FRENCH
Nvnlne on Democratic Ticket
JTweirtty.fi v years Reslda,njt
of Uiiqh nd Wallow Ceurv
Stockmam and Farmer.
President - Farmers Union,
lEntprlce Oregon. Two,
Term Sheriff. Two parrot
County Clerk; -
DIRECT PRIMARY. 8TATEMENT
NO. ONE. WILL WORK AND
VOTE FOR THE INTEREST8 OF
TEN CAR' LOADS OF FREIGHT
SENT OUT TUESDAY
f A enteen car3 were billed1 out of
E'l prise station, Tuesday, Includ
ing (, however, saven O. R. & N.
lJBre were 10 car load lots of lo
cally loaded, fre'ght, including .one
car pf hides, one of hay, four of
tct, three of hogs, and oae of
empty bottles. '..
' t North End Porkers.
TSe 'hogs,. 250 head, came from
Hie 'north end, 30 wagons being re
quired to naul ithem out. They had
btfi soid to M. E. Hotchkisa at 9
cenUi, but he wasn't here to receive
hpm, so W. B. Fordice of Lost
P- alrie and D. W. Kuhn, of Para-
".e-iook them over at, 8, and took
hem to Portland. They are a fine
ot and will probably bring the top
f .the market, 10 cents, which will
at Messrs. Fordlee and Kulim out
The hogs were owned by the fol
owlng farmers: D. W. Kuhn, O. L.
lerland, 0. E. Fodmer and! W. C.
line of Paradise; w. W. Harri3,
Flora; Abe Carter. J. M. and W. B.
7ordice, Janres, Jack and Al Cole of
f.o.4". Prairie. .
LA GRANDE FAIR.
Many from thtV -county attended
Mie La Grande ' fair. They report
?ood exhibits- and b!g ' cro,wds.
The public wedding on. the 'opening
lay was an atti active " fea.tune and
was made as pretty -as possible.
Rev. W. H, Gibson, .. pastor, of the
laptiat church of this elty, perform
!d the ceremony. . '.. ' .
Capt Bogardus Again'Hits Bull's Eye
' This world famous rifle not who
holds the championship record of 100
pigeons in 100 consecutive shots is
iviing at Lincoln, 111.- Rece?iUy'-ln-erviewed,-
he siys:- "I iu'fterAd.i a
ong time .with kidney and bladder
rouble and used several well known
iildney. medicines all of which gave
ne no relief until I started taking
."oley Kidney Fills. Before 1 us3d
oley Kidney Pir.s I had severe
backaches- and pains In my kidneys
with -suppression and a cloudy void
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would .get dull head ache3." Now I
'iave takea three bottles of Foley
Xidney Pills and feel 100 per cent.
better. I am never, toothered with my
iUdneys or bladder and again feel
.ike my own self." Burnaugli & May
field. . '
fhe . Pacific Monthly's Special In-
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must believe in. making that beauty enduring.Concrete is
enduring-it will render city beauty a .''Concrete Reality."
TSee us for any and all kinds of Concrete Work. -
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Get Your Plumbing Done
Before Cold Weather Starts
. I c irry a complete line of Bath Tubs, Basins .
Dowls, etc PRICES RIGHT. -
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Beat on thla Market
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