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THB NEWS RECORD!
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.
Formerly the Wallowa News, estab
lished March 3. 1899.
Published Wednesday and Satur
days at Enterprise, Oregon, by
THE ENTERPRISE PRESS
Office East side Court House Square
Enterad as second-class matter
Janua.PT 2 1909. at the Dostofflce
Enterprise. Oregon, under the Act of
March 3. 1879.
Subscription Rates: One year $2,
Is months $1, three mouth 60c,
oua month 2(fc. On yearly casn-in-
advance subscriptions a discount of
IBe la given. '
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1910
A FITTING TRIBUTE.
Some of the moat difficulti cases
are beia:g handled at this term or
the Union county circuit court, and
In this connection It la but Just
to remark that Judge Know) &
making good as tin presiding offi
cial. In addition' to expediting busi
ness, Judge Knowles to prompt and
' clear In his rulings and has made
friend3 with both bar and public-
By Masonic Bodies
Stars, Royal Arch and Blue, Lodge
' Officers Given Splendid
The Joint installation of Wallowa
VaMov Chapter. O. E. S., Enter-
prlsi Chapter, R. A. M, and Wallowa
Lod-se. A F. & A. M., w neld wi
Masonic hall Tuesday Mght, and
was a very beautiful and. enjoyable
Mrs. Mary Steel waa Installing of
ficer of the Stars, Mrs. Glady Fltz-
paiikk wis marshal and Mrs. J. A.
B.uveigih musician; in addLttion, to
tha elective officers whose names
have heretofore been published,
the following appointive officers
waie duly Inducted Into office -with
the beautiful rites of the O. E. S
Ada, Mrs, Ray Vest; Esther, Mrs.
Frank Reavta; Electa, Mrs. E. J.
Forsythe; warder, Mrs. W. T, Bell;
Benilmel, E. J. Forsythe.
For the Royal Arch, J. B. Olmsted
was Umtalldng officer and W. R.
Holmes marshal. The names of - the
new officers have becin published' lit
a previous Issue.
Past Master D. W. Sheahan Instal
led the officers of Wallowa lodge A.
F. & A. M., elected Saturday night,
and J. B. Olmsted was marshal, as
fallows: Dauiel Boyd, W M.; W,
C. Boatman, S. W.; C. T. Hockett, J.
w.; W. R. Holmes, treas.; J. A. Bur
leigh, secy.; C. II. Zurcher, S. D.;
W. F. Savagw, J. D.; E. J. Forsythe,
and J. A. French, stewards; D.. W.
Following the ceremonies a fine
supper was served.
MAD COYOTE SCARE.
Dr. Lytle, the Mate veterinarian
wants Luther Johnson, (who was
bMiten by his sheep dog in Joseph
canyon a couple of weeks ago, to
go to Portland and take the Pasteur
treatment, and arrangement may be
made for him to do so.
There has bee a no new develop
ments' In the "mad coyote" flurry
since our last issue. Owners of, dogs
in this ciy have obeyed the order
to muzzle them a far fl la Irnow-n
at tfciie time.
W. W. Harris and family wlU
leave Thursday for Idaho. He has
bought an irrigated ranch about 8
miles from Caidwe! m. L. Harris
of Bmmott, Idaho, ta here helping
his brother pack up.
Graduate Chicago. Veterinary College
Ex-President Society Veterinary
Graduates of Wisconsin
Formerly of Milwaukee, Wisconrin
Headquarters at . i ..
Enterprise Livery & Sales
Stable, Enterprise, Ore,
Stockholders Meeting Held Saturday-
Permanent Organization on
Saturday last, being the. day before
Christmas, was root conducive to a
very large outpouring of the people
m any proposition, yot c, very rr
repraentation of the public spirit
ed men of the county was on hand
to effect the organization of the
vValiowa County Agricultural air
After full discussion, however, it
was resolved that tha best permanent
interests of the fair demanded that
every precinct of the county should
be represented, not onily among the
vtocbholdcrs, but on the various
committees as wH.
It was decided, therefore, to effect
jnJy a temporary orgamijait.ion, which
was done by the election, of Jay H.
ibbln, Sam Wade, Cart Vv'M'tmore,
f. M. Fruitts and W. F. Oratg a a
temporary board of diiecHors, t.id
from that number W. F. Craig was
aleotedi to act aa temporary secre
The meeting was cdjourned ujitia
Saturday. January 14, at 2 p. tn.,
xt which time an effort, will be! made
o have every subscriber to stock
At that moating a permanent or
ganization, will be effected.
TAILOR MAKES FREE WITH
HIS EMPLOYER'S GOODS.
Sheriff Edgar Marvin went to La
Srande Wednesday after Edward
Smith, a tailor under arrest mere
on a charge of misappropriation of
oods o.wmed by Max Gummennan. of
Smi'to was from The Dalles a
was left In charge of Mr. Gummer.
man's shop here last, week while
he owner and' hla bride were in
Portland' on their weddlme trip. It
Is alleged Smith 'got, very busy, sold
several suits of clothes, traded a gar
ment on a diamond ring then on
Sunday hired a rig and went to Jo
seph, w hence he took the train, for
A Joseph man brought the rig
back, suspicion was aroused, .the
clothlmig traced, andi word seat to
the Union County sherfif to place
the young man under arrest, which
was done. I i i
Married. Tuesday evenlne. Dec
ember 27, at 8 o'clock, at the Lewis
hotel Mr. John W. Fine and Mrs
Florence Ttaisley, Rev. W. P. Samma
officiating: to the presence of a num
'oer of friends. An elegant wedding
supper was served! at the! hotel.
Miss Katharine P. Kay and M r,
Herbert L. Browning, both well know
and very popular young people of
thrla city were quietly married at the
Kay home Sunday morning at 8:30
o'clock by Rev, U. F. Meredith of
the Methodist church. The witnesse
were Mr. Roger ami Mlsa Helena
iCay, brother and sister of the bride
Air. J. L, Browning, fathor of tne
groom, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Conoway
After a call at the Browning home,
the happy young couple went to the
depot and departed! on the morning
train for a two weeks wedding tirip
In Idaho, where they; ,wlU visit friends
Upoa their return they will ireslde
iu this city.
The many, many friends of both
bride and groom will Join iu heartiest
wishes for a long, bright and Joyous
Methodlta church: Services next
Sunday as usual. Subject of morn
Ing sermon, "A Motto for the New
Year." Evening theme. "Th lr
reparable Past and the Available
Future." All cordially dnvlted.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at La Orande, Or
egdn, roconiber 22, 1910.
Notice U heioby given, that tlie
State of Oregon, lino this day filed
in this office Its application to Q-
cct Wider the provisions of the Act
t CongrofiS of August 14, 184S, and
ihe eta supplemenitary ami amend
atory thereto, the SWVi SEVl Sec
11. T. 3 N., R. 40 E, W. M SerLU
Any and all peittona claiming dd
w reoly the lands dter!ibd, or de
siring to object because of the wta
oral character of the liuid or for
any other reason to the disposal to
applicant may file tthelr affidavit
of protest fci thla office at an&i Am
prior to the approval or certification
Of saiM selection hy tfie Honoruolo
Commissioner of the General lAd
Office. F, C. BRAMWELL,
BRIEF NEWS OF THE WEEK
Ten dollars a minute Is the value
New York Jury has attached to the
time of Lawyer Samuel C. Harrlman,
who sued the owners of a downtown
office building for false Imprisonment
because he was locked in a room 10
minutes by a Janitor. The Jury gave
him a verdict of 1100.
Customs inspectors discovered 75
tins of opium, valued at $4000, on the
liner Asia. ,-
Many public men of note attended
the banquet of the Illinois Society of
the War of 1812 in Chicago, at which
plans for the building of a great me
morial for Commander Perry at Put
in-Bay were discussed.
Led by the United States Govern
ment, It Is the belief In Wall street
that the country Is about to enter on !
an era of entrenchment and economy.
According to the wise men of the
street, the railroads and great indus
trial corporations are to take the lead
In the campaign of economy.
For the first time in Missouri there
was no Christmas tree at the execu
tive mansion for the pleasure of tlje
little children of Jefferson City. An
epidemic of scarlet fever prevails lh
the city and the physicians requested
Governor and Mrs. Hadley to abandon
the annual Christmas tree. J
NEWS OF NOTED PERSONS,
After spending 18 years In Folsom,
California, prison on a life sentence
for train robbery, It Is probable that
Chris. Evans, one of the leaders of
the famous highway band known aa
Sontag and Evans, which terrorized
the San Joaquin valley In the nine
ties, will be paroled.
The petition of Abraham Ruet, the
former San Francisco political boss,
under sentence of 14 years for brib
ery, for a hearing of his case before
the district court of appeals, was de
nied by that tribunal. Ruef now faces
his last resort the supreme court.
Some of those who think they are
gifted with political prophetic vision
think they see an effort to make Fran
cis J. Heney, backed by William
Kent's money, the United States sen
ator from California to succeed Frank
P. Flint, with Kent coming in to suc
ceed Senator Perkins two years
Joseph Wendling, convicted of the
murder of Alma Kellner, eight yeara
old, at Louisville, Ky., a year ago, was
denied a retrial.
Every laborer in the employ of the
New York City Park Department re
ceived a bright, new $5 gold piece as
a Christmas girt from Mrs. Russell
Standing upon a flower-banked plat
form erected near the fountain given
to San Francisco by Lotta Crabtree,
before 60,000 persons, LouiBa Tetraz
zlnl sang to the people of San Fran
cisco, aa her Christmas offering. I
FOREIGN NEWS BITS
In the course of a few years, Ger
many in all likelihood will consume
nothing but imported meat, acord
ing to consular reports.
The English election having re-
gulfed In a victory for the progressive
or Liberal forces, it is predicted that
within three years the house of lords
will either be abolished or that its
power for evil will be taken from it.
The Canadian Railway Commission
ls directed the express companies
of the Dominion to file lower tariff
rates within three months.
That the "padlock bill," passed by
Kie coi tes, designed to separate church
and state In Spain, is but the forerun
ner of more sweeping antl-churh
measures was Intimated by prominent
members of Premier Canalejas' ad'
Determined to stop illegal use of Its
name, the grand lodge of Ancient
Free and Accepted Masons of Oregon,
a committee of three has been ap
pointed to prepare a bill for presenta
tion to the legislature to weed out
the promoters of Imitation orders.
State aid to one high school in each
county, requiring such school to offer
a normal course, and a plan of certi
fication whereby county certificates
will be abolished and the examina
tion i will all be conducted by the
state, are laws which the superin
tendents of county schools of Oregon
would like to see placed on the stat
ute books of the state.
Although it probably will be the
first of the coming year before the
final state tax levy Is made up, It is
safe to state the levy will not exceed
two mills and may be a shade under
that amount. Basing this on an esti
mated valuation of 1830,000,000, the
two-mill tax will raise $1,660,000 for
The United States Geological Sur
vey reports that the total produc
tion of coal In Oregon In 1909 was
87.276 short tons, having a spot value
of 1235.083, differing very slightly
from that of the preceding year. Only
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two mines, the Newport and the Bea
ver Hill, both in Coos County, ship
coal In large quantities, the shipments
being made almost entirely by sea to
San Francisco. All the coal mined in
the state Is lignite in character.
A summary of appropriations re
quested for the Oregon School for the
Deaf Mutes for 1911 and 1912 has
been filed with the secretary of state
by the superintendent of that Institu
tion. The sum of $45,000 granted by
the last legislature Is again asked
for, to be used for the construction
of a new elevator In the building, the
installation of a complete house tele
phone and fire-alarm system, and
other general expenses.
Plans to- establish a new state
board of agriculture, modeled after
the Federal Department of Agricul
ture, will figure largely In a bill In
troduced Into the legislature by Rep
resentative Abrams, of Marion
County. The proposed board will
transact the duties of the present
board, with a wider scope for its ac
tivities. A permanent secretary at
the capitol, a statistical department
and Investigation of crop conditions
throughout the state are proposed.
A Dreadful Wound
from a knife, gun, tin can, rusty nail,
fireworks, or of any other nature,
demands prompt fcrerutment wlti Buck,
lea's? Arnica Sfiive to prevent blood
poiaon or gangirono. It-athogutckeat,
surest holler for all uh wounds
alao for Burns, Bolls, Sores, Skin
Eruptions, Dctema, Chapped Hands,
Coras or Pi too. lot. U all Druggists.
AU phxras orders for bus to and
froaa aflat fjompily attafiaed to.
White Front barn. Horn phone. 9Tb
Paradise, Dec. 22. Cold, frozen
weather now. Very lkt'la onow.
$1 aa Acs- m Msmthu N Interest,
Perpetual water right First-clasa
land. Perfect climate. Tracts ten
acres and up. Xo residence re
quirement. Want salesmen in every
town in Oregon and Washington.
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Street and No.
ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL
Under New Management
BOESEN & RUGGLES, Proprietors
Both Practical Mill Men
All kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber now on hand.
Prompt Delivery and Prices Right.
Estimates cheerfully furnished.
Ray Ren f row, Roy Ralla and Clyde
Straley took hogs to Lewiiston 'last
.veek and brought back freight for
the merchants hero.
Quite a coyote Boar her now. It
U sa'd avoral mad coya'jet have
boen soon hero.
A number of roroons here are com
ulalung. It la thought they havo the
1 &riipla. .
vYrs. Alexander,, mother of Mrs. W.
C. StraJey, died on th night of the
17th cf December of hemorrage of th
brain. She wa3 nearly 76 years of
ae. She was .buried In Oxq rara
ii!s cemetery DeoeraLw 19. Rov.
Miller of Flora conducted! the) funeral
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no longer botibensd in any "way by my
! o;d enemy lumbago." Buirnaiugh May
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