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THE NEWS RECORD
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.
Formerly the Wallowa Newa, astab-
llshed March 3. 1899.
Published Wednesdays and Satur
days at Enterprise, Oregon, by
THE ENTERPRISE PRE88
Office East side Court House Square
Entered as second-class matter
January 2, 1909, at the postofflce at
Enterprise. Oregon, under the At of
March 3, 1879.
Subscription Rates: One year 2
ii month tl. three mouth 60c,
one month 20c. On yearly
advance subscriptions a
JSc Is given.
8ATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1910.
What a splendid tribute to a
man's life work the Inscription on
Levi J. Rouse's tombstone 4a
"Erected by hla many friends In
Wallowa couiuty, 4m -whose memory
he still lives as a pioneer. Instruct
or and benefactor."
All who -were acquainted with Air.
Rouse agree the tribute Is deserved.
Me was a doyer of hla fellow man.
His life was a busy one, but never
too busy to help titers. He JoW
Important official (positions, county
clerk, school superintendent, and at
the time of his. death; was postmaster
Many Instances of his. helping oth
ers aire told, by loving friends..
AH those Incidents aire of the one
hand not knowing what the other
Yhait a contrast hla life was to
that of Harrison Grey Oti!s, "ownieir"
of ithe Los Angeles Times, the puf
fedhup toady and millionaire wuo
wca toadied to in. a banquet at
Portland last week. This paper, In
cowman we suppose rIth all othor
Oregon county papers, received! an
invitation to that banqiuet, but the
absurdly low state of our finances, if
no her reason compelled) us to de
cline. Otis the roan-hater Rouso .thiol man
Sheriff Edgar Marvlni ;was a 'Wal
lowa visitor Friday.
10 cents a pound
Nuts, Toys of all kinds
We have presents for
everybody and are
prepared to please the
little folks as well as
the children of older
GET OUR PRICES
We will treat you right
Next Door to Bank
is the place to visit Orange groves in full
bloom, tropical flowers, famous hotels, his
toric Old Missions, attractive watering
places, delightful climate, making that
favored section the Nation s most popular
retreat You can sea it at its best via the
and "The Road of a Thousand Wonders"
Southern Pacific Company
, Up to date trains, first-class in every respect
unexcelled dining car service, quick time
and direct connections to all points south
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARE OF
Portland to Los Angeles and Return
With corresponding low fares from all other
sections of the Northwest Liberal stop
overs in each direction and long limit In
teresting and attractive literature on the
various resorts and attractions of California
can be had on application to any S. P. or
0. R. & N." Agent, or from .
General Passenger Agent
W. II. Reanile, a pioneer flour, mitl
mam of the Pacific Coa3t, died at
his home in McMlnnvllle, December
11. He wa born May 24, 1832, in I
broath, Scotland, emigrating to the
Umilted States In, 1838 and arriving at
San Francisco via the Isthmus, in
1859 he built 'the Caledonia flouring
m,lll3 In that city, engaging to busl-
icss there until his mills were foumet
In 18C2. He then -brought ma lomy
.0 Oregon; and was for some years a
:nlller at Salom, and subsequently en
iaged in that occupation In various
points in the .Willamette Valley.
Mr. Renole was married in 1856, be
fore leaving Scotland, to Mies Jemiet
Jrant, -who with their five sons and
me daughter survives) him. The chll
Iron. are: James RcunJij of Enter
wise, Or.: J. W. Remmle and John M.
Ronnie, of Walterviiile, Or.; Alexan
ler Rennie, of Spokane, Wn.; Frank
itenmiie.of Reardon, Win.; and Mrs.
Jessie Lindgren, of Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie have; boeni re
ildenits of McMlnnvllle for .the Hast
!2 years, with the exception, of a few
.ears' residence with their son at
decedent was affiliated .wl'Uh the
3diJ. fellows who hadi charge cf itne
juneraJ, Interment of the body was
Emily Mary,- 'little daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan, died at
luelr home In this city ait 4 o'clock
Thursday morning, December 22.
Funeral services wre heldl at the M.
B. church at 1 o'clock Friday af ter
noon. Elder M. F. Cowley of Salt
Lake City delivered the funeral ad
dress. Emily was a general f avorite among
her young school mates and her
?olng has caused sadness alfL over
the city. Her particularly sweet,
gentlo disposition was shown' by foor
cheerful patience during 'her long
illness. She was taken ilM with In
fantile .paralysis the last day of
July but had recovered sufficiently
to be about. Last Sunday slhie wa3
taken with pneumonia from which
Emily was born in La Grande Ap
ril 18, 1902, the third of a famdHy of
five children,. Seven years of her
abort "life have been spent here.
ROBERT BALES KILLED
IN NORTH COUNTRY,
RnbeH Ttaleft of the Leap coun
try was. wuit over by a hay ,wagon
Thursday afternoon, and (Mod from
the Injuries about ami hour later. Mr.
Mies, was hauling hay and in some
manner the load upset and hie was
thrown under the wheels. Ho leaves
a widow and two email; children.
Fred Bales, his brolher, and Willi
Baker of this, city andi Will and
Tom Bailes of Joesph, unieta of the
deceased, went to Lostlme Friday
to attend ithe funeral.
ASKING PAROLE FOR BARE.
Daniel Boyd left Wednesday for
Peiidletont where he hopes to meet
Acting-Governor Bo worm am and pre
sent the petition, for parole of John
R, Bare, who is serving a life sent-
3ii8 for the Milling of "Brick" John
son several years ago.
The (petition, was very .largely slga-
1 d, nearly COO names, being on it, ln-
cludin all the 12 Jurymen who
found him guilty.
Corden and Mlaa Edna Ragsdale
ilaft Friday morning to spend the
holidays with firionids at Pendleton-.
Id LOCALJJBCf S
LOWER GRADES IN SCHOOLS
HELD PLEASING EXERCISER
. LAST THURSDAY.
Christmas exercless will ,be given
in the churches Saturday evening by
the Sunday schools. At the. Presby
terian, church the decorators ana
promoters are the Win One class.
Each class contributes, some feature
to the splendid program.
The Methodists wlU halve a, big tree
a treat for thechiildren. and an. Inter
esting literary and musical (program.
At the Christian, ehurchi besides
the recitations and musdc two beau
tifulli drills in. colored costumes, -will
be given.. A tiree wth. the usual
treat for the children closes' the pro
The public schools closed Thursday
a, id ,wl31 re-open Tuesday, ithe vaca
tion, 'being shortened by the fair holi
days and the week's vacation at
Thanksgiving. A Jargej number, of pa
trons illstened to the following weJl-rendered-
progirams In the lower
Grade 1 Mlse Hyde, Teacher.
Song, Sweetly CJidrne - - School
Long Ago Oa Christmas, Carryl Ward
Poor Santa Claus, Don Reynolds
Christmas Motions Godda Homan
VVllma Hart, Mauriine Comley, Gene
vieve Bwiileigh, Myrtha Boswell.
The Christmas Tree, Lyle Burnaugh
Christmas, Eve, Joe Olmsted, Victor
Stieenv Lena Ddsham, Eflfle Frances,
lames Clayton, WWlardi S'tubbleflefld,
Song, On, Xmas Day, Alice Reavls,
Naomi Brady, Wilma Hart, Minnlie
!3oesen, Ruth Steel.
The Coming of Sauta - - - -:
How Santa CCaus Comes, Aldce Reavit
Song, Jolly Old St. Nichola, School
Six Christmas Letters, Vivian, Cal
vin, Harry Winner, Ruth Steed, Vir
gil Long, Raymond Reavls Minnie
Grandma's Christmas. Gift, . -
The Star of Bethlehem,
To Every Boy and GtaH
Song, Christmas .Stocking School.
3rd and 4th Grades Mr Franklin
and Mis Haas, Teachers.
Song, Holy Night, . . School
Hilda's Xmas, - E&liie Olmsted
The Legend of Ireland,
The Little Xmas Seore
The Old DOW, Annls Millard
Long Ago On Xmas, Morris Knapp
The Xmas Acrostic, by nine ipuplls.
The Holly, Zllpha Funk
The Turkey's Lament, Paul Baker
An Old Christmas Carol
The Swedish Legend, Bottle Weaver
All He Waiuts for Christmas,
Song, Merry, Merry Xmas, School
The Blrtihday Surprise,
Xmas Candles, Marul.ne Conley
Star Fairies, by lve girls
Grandpa, ... Qrwai AllUaad
The Dear Old Tree,
Jess Be Mathews
Samta Cluas and the. Mouse,
The Savior Comes to Us in December
Xmas Stockings, Mabel Clark
The CradJe Hymn, Edna Boyce
Jest 'Fore Christmas, Gene Amey
Song, Letters to Santa, School
Miss Nellie Mabel Hanson and! Mr
Max Gumermani were married Wednes
day evening, DeeembeO 21, art 4:40,
by Rev. W. P. Samms at his res.
donee. They deft Thursday morning
for Portland om a weddtag trip.
Both parties sire well known and
have many friends who wish ithem
a long and happy wedded KJfe. Mr.
Gu merman Is a young business man
or in is cuy, and M ls Hanson la a
daughter of Mrs. A. Hanson of Just
south of town.
FRUIT TRACTS SOLD.
Press Lewis and C J. Jordan Of
th Alder Store Land company, came
in from La Grande the first of the
wet and closed several deals for
tracts out of the Watson ranch.
J. S. Butter. 0. R. & N. agent
here, bought 40 acres, and other
trpiots were sold to L. Travere and
H. Bruce, formerly of Oklahoma,
and 1L P, Rowe, who has been- Uv
;ig on the place for some months.
A Slmpla Safeguard For Mothers,
Mra. D. GUkeson. 328 tHeU Ave
Youngstowo, Ohio, gained wisdom ky
experience. "My little jirt had a
vena cold and coughed- eUnaost con
tinuously. My slater recommended
Foley's Honey and Tar. The flrat
dose I gave her relieved the Inflam
mation la her throat and after using
only one bottle her throat and lungs
were entirely free from Inflammation.
Since then I always keep a bottle
of Foley' Honey and Tar la h
bouse. Accept do substitutes. Bur.
naugh & May field.
Mrs. A. D. Vandecar of North pow
der, Ore., has a lar je stock of swltch-
and all pertain Jog to .the trade.
Also makes switches and puffs of
your combings, will make trips to your
town. She will also do your work tf
you will address her at North Pow
der. 30 years experience. Work guar
A. C. Miller was a business visit
or at Wallowa Friday.
W. E. Taggart went to Garfield,
Wash., Friday to apend Christmas,
with his family.
Charlie and Mfcs Maude Lltch
left Friday morning for a Christmas
v'slit at the home of E. Imhler in
1M1I1S3 Agnes Brlchoux, who has
been staying for some time with
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
W, W. Whdite, returned to her home
In La Grande, Friday.
In the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon for Wallowa County.
Edith Hooper, plaintiff
Samuel W. Hooper, Defendant
To Samuel W. Hooper, above nam
ed defendant: in. ithe name of the
State of Oregon, you are hereby re
quired to appear and answer the, com-
pialnit filed against you by line
plaintiff In the above entitled count
and cause, wlthla six weekj from
and after the &th. fay of December
A. D. 1910, the same being ithe first
publication of this summons, and If
you fall so to appear and answer.
you wim be in default for want
thereof and plaintiff will itihiereupan
apply to said court for the relief
prayed for In her comDlatnt to-wit:
tor a decree of said court dissolving
the marriage contract now and here
tofore existing between plaintiff and
defendant that said marriage con
tract be from henceforUi 'held for
naught, that tlie plaintiff be awarded
the custody of tihe child of the mar.
riage, Edith Nelly Hooper, and that
Plaintiff's maiden name, Edl fin Har
mon, be restored to her.
The defendant will take notice
that 'this summons. Isi published by or
der of Hon. J. B. Olmsted, county
Judge of Wallowa County, Oregon
In the Wallowa Chieftain, a news
paper published ,weekly at. Enter
prise In said county and state and.
directing that the same, be published
In said newspaper for a period of
six weeks and seven, issues thereof.
the dole of the first publication
thereof being the 8th. dayi of Decem
ber A. D. 1910 and ithe last publl
cation being the 19th day of Janu
ary A. D. 1911..
- DANIEL BOYD,
16c7 Attorney for plaintiff
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
In the Circuit Count of the State
of Oregon, for Wallowa County.
vnnon M. Gregg, plaintiff vs.
William A. Davis and Sarah F. Dav
Notice Is hereby given that under
and by virtue of an Execution, judg
ment order end decree issued out
of end under the seal of the above
en titled court, dated the Gth day of
December, 1910, to me directed and
delivered, upon- a Judgment and de
cree duly made and enitered in said
court Jia favor of Vernon M. Gregg,
plaintiff, and against William A.
Davis and Sarah F. Davis,
defendant, for the sum of $1745-38
and the further sum of $64.00 coats
and disbursements in said case,
wfth ten per cent bitterest thereon,
which said Judgment and decree 'is
based upon a foreclosure of mortgage
and commandJmg me to make sale
of the hereinafter djesoribed real
property to aatiory said Judgment
Now, therefore, I will, on the 14h.
day of January, 1911, at the hour of
ten o'clock In the forenoon of said
day, at the front door of the County
Court House in the City of Enter
pries, in said county and State, sell
at public auction to the highest and
Ixat bidder for cash Id hand, all
of fce right, title and ' interest of
the said defendants or either of
them had on- the date of the said
mortgage, or have since acquired In
and to the following deaartbed real
The NE)4 of NE4 Section .20, NH
of NW and SEK of NW Section
21, to township S N and lot No. 3
Section 4 in township 1 N in of
range 44 East W. M. to Wallowa
To satisfy Midi Judgment, decree.
We Need the Money
We have the goods and they must be turned into
cash. To show, even Missourians, we are in earn
est, look at these prices. You know these goods
and you know the regular price of them, and you
know that these prices are less than cost laid down
here in Enterprise:
$45.00 Toledo Range, with warming closet,
beautiful looker and splendid cooker $36.00
$50.00 Toledo Range, warming closet and
hot water reservoir ... $40.00
$65.00 Steel Malleable Range heavy, ndn- .
destructible best on earth. - $52.50
Lots of coal in town and you can buy a coal
stove of us cheaper than you can freeze
$ 9.00 Coal Stove for - - - . $ 7.00
$15.00 Coal Stove for - - - - $11.00
$28.00 Howard Combination, coal or wood $22.50
$17 50 Wood Stove - - - - $13.50
$ 4.50 New Perfection Oil Heater - - $3.50
Many other articles in our store reduced in propor
tion. Come NOW. These goods will not be re
placed at these prices.
S. D. KELTNER'S HARDWARE
Interest, costs and accruing cost?.
17c5 EDGAR MARVIN,
Sheriff of Wallowa County, Oregon.
NOTICE FOR- PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at La Grande,
Oregon November 7th., 1910.
Notice Js hereby given- that New
ton E. Hammock, whoso pcst-offJce
-rsa la Enterprise, Wallowa ooun.
ty, Oregon, did, on the 21st, day of
March, 1910, file In this office
Sworn. Statement and Application
N0; 07754, to purchase the E SIE;
Section 8, and WV4 W, Sections.
Township 1 South, Range 45 East, Wll.
lamette Meridian, and the timber
thereon, under the provlalons of , the
act of June 3, 1878, and acta amend
tory, known aa the "Timber and
Stone Law,1' at such value as might
be fixed by appraisement, and that
pursuant to such application, tine
lend and timber thereon have been
appraised, at $400.00 as being chiefly
valuable for Its stone, that said ap
plicant will offer final proof In, sup
port of his application and swom
statement on the 2nd. day of Febru
ary, 1911, before Carl Roe, United
States. Commissioner, at hia office,
at Enterprise, Oregon.
Any person. Is at liberty to pro
test this purchase before entry, or
Initiate a contest at any time before
patent issues, by filing a corroborat
ed affidavit in, this Office, alleging
facta which would defeat the entry,
12cll F. C. Bramwoll, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at La Grande,
Oregon, Oct. 2&th., 1910.
Notice, la hereby given that Lulu
M. Bowlby, .whose post-offioe address
la Enterprise, wallowa County, Or
egon, did, on the 14th. day of April,
1910, file In this office Swom State
ment and Application, No. 07891, to
purchase the SE SW, Ntf SW
SW, andSWli SW SW1-4 of Sec.
22, and the NE NW, SW NWK
To the Citizens of Wallowa County
It is our purpose to handle anj butineai
entrusted to us in such a fair and liberal
manner as to matte the customer's rela
tion with this bantt satisfactory and
profitable. If Aside from our excellent
facilities, this bank has the advantage of
a large capital and substantial list of
stockholders. It is also a State Deposi '
tory. If you are not a customer we
invite you to become one.
Stocipwas and Farmei-s National Bank
What can you xpect your business to
amount to withe ut a Telephone? Do you
suppose a custr mer will lose time running
after you when you can call your compet
itor by 'phone?
I Home Independent Telephone Co.
NW, and NWtf NWK NW, Sec
tion, 27, Township 1 South, Rang 46
Eusit, Willamette Meridian, and the
timber .thereon, under the- provla
kui of the act of . June 8, .1878, and
acta amendatory, known aa the "Tim
ber and Stone Law," at such value
as might be fixed by appraisement,
and that, pursuant to such appllc
tlon.the land and timber thereon have
teen appraised, ait $350.00 as being
chiefly valuable Mr Its atone; , that
said applicant wili offer final proof
in cup port 01 nia appucatioa ana
sworn statement on the 19th. day of
January, 1911, before W. C. Boat-
men, County Clerk of Wullow Coun
ty, at Enterprise, Oregon.
Any person la at liberty to protest
this purchase before entry, or in
itiate a contest at any time before
patent issues, by filing a corrobo--i'f-tod
affidavit la thla office, tlltf-
g facts which would defeat - the
11 11 F. C. Bramwell, Register.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
the Wallowa National Bank of En
terprise, Oregon, wHl be held at the
office of their banking house, in En
terprise, Oregon, an Tuesday the 10th
day of January, 191L between, the
noure or 10 Bu m. and 4 p. m. for
the election, of director for the en
suing year, and for the transection
of such other business. a may legal
ly come before aadd meeting.
Dated at Enrterpriae, Oregon, De
cember 8th, 1910.
3s4 W. R. HOLMES, Cashier.
W. R ADPI IfllTI
Notary Publit .
Collections made. Real Estate
bought and aold and all business
matters attended to. Call oa r