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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 31 August 1907

The County "Where the Dollars Grow son the Sheep's Back." THE N The Famous Bunch Grass Country Formerly The Wallowa News Wallowa County'sMost Representative Paper--Established in 1899$1.50 the Year VOL. ! No. 18 Enterprise, Wallowa County, Oregon, Saturday, August 31, 1907 Whole Number 438 EWSRECORD I NEGLECT RUINS 100 WATCHES ' Where use wears out ojn.e. Keep your watch clean, and it's as natural Vforjt to go an it is for your heart to beat. Let It get dirty and tay dirty and you are shortening its life every day. You should hand It to our repair department Then when you get it again you are handed back practically a new watch. This is printed for the benefit of -you and your watch. As for'Jewelery, no matter what the condition' Of your purse, something satisfactory can be purchased. Come in and see our line, liemember the place. . Wheat's Jewelry Store ENTERPRISE Singer Sewing . Machines W. V. Oroutt has been appointed the sole agent for the Singer Sewing ' Maohine,Hhe best Sewing...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 31 August 1907

1 i odics or . the Times 2 When the firemen turn out the thing to look fur Is a hut time. Perhaps it Is a good thing for the American people thut they can't read the Japanese newspapers. "Is It a white vest, or a white walst cout?" asks an exchange. If you can afford only one, brother, 'it is a vest. The only language Gen. Kurokl uses is Japanese, and It Is said he uses no more of that than Is absolutely necessary. Some men ore born great, some achieve greatness, and some can Im part a curvilinear motion to a leather covered sphere. William Dean Ilowells says It Is a crime to accept money for poetry. But Isn't the man who pay inouey for poetry also guilty? ' ; Ambassador Bryco takes a rosy view of the future of this country. It might bo different If Mr. Bryco had Editor Stead's gift of second sight Stage coaches on their way to the Yosemlte Valley are being held up by masked highwaymen. The far West continues to have some local color. John D. Kockefellcr was arrested the other day f...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 31 August 1907

' ' m Not Bluce the time of the puzzling Chevalier d'Eon, In the eighteenth cen tury, has there come to public attention such a aex riddle as has been presented In the .case of Nlcolal de Raylan, who masqueraded eighteen years as a man aud was found to be a woman only after her death In Phoenix, Ariz., last December. A diary and a bundle of correspondence, In the office of the Chi cago public administrator, reveal au amazing story. De Raylan, it appears, was started on her career of deception In an at tempt to blackmail her mother, at whom she was Incensed because the paternity of the girl wis kept a secret De 'Raylan adopted male attire and tried to prove that she had been mas queraded as a girl by her mother In violation of the laws of Russia, which ; provide heavy punishment for such an offense. A feature of the story 1b the fact that De Raylan Interested the late M. Constantlnl Petrovltch Pobledonost eff, procurator of the holy synod, In her case, aud prevailed on htm to start s...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 31 August 1907

Be Fair ! Always Fair ! ' We All Make Mistakes! EDITORIAL PAGE Conducted by James L. Corey It is a truth no familiar as to be almost a platitude, that we gain real and permament benefit only from those things we acquire through our own effort and at the cost of some hardship or personal sacrifice, and that we value them in exact porportion to the degree of effort required to obtain them: and it is also true that we find no means of growth and development in advantages which are bestowed upon us as a gift from some one immeasurably richer and more powerful than ourselves. And just behind this truth lies the question of the great primul right given to all humanity the right to work. Fruit Market Watermelons have been coming into the Enterprise market from the Imuuha country the past two weeks' and selling at good prices. Other fruit has been - rather slow in coming in. Teaches have sold ut $1.00 per box in Enterprise, while down around Napa, v California, they are selling for $2.00. J...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 31 August 1907

Not Going Out of Business But Selling' Out My Groceries at Cost 7 packages Force fl.00 i Small white Navy Beans...; 8c " California Pink Beans 5o ( Choice DrKd Applet. 12'c ., Clwioe Dried Peaches 15c 1 pound Japan Kice 7c 1 pound Japan Tea.... .. . . 40o 25o Catsup . . .' 20 '13 lbs Best Cane Fruit Sugar.. 1.00 35c bottle Horse Radish Mustard.. i5o 25c package Crackers ,." 20o 15c package Crackers iOc ' 85o bottle Catsup ........ . . 25 2 cans Peas, extra-standard. . . 25c Chase & Sanborn Ooffoe. Sn nan Suol P..'f.. , pound Shillings Best 7 l-ars Laundry Soap, Swifts Pride 20 25 luonapole and Klul ling's Best Spices Impound cans 10 25c Extra Standurd Peaches, 'Apri cots, Plums, Cherries and Pears 20c bottle Pickles..., & cans r.xt rn Standard Tomatoes 1 can Corn Kxtra Standard 1 can Axle Grease ftOo pails Axle Grease ! 25 10 5 25 FRED S. ASHLEY ' Sell for Cash or Installments OUc bottle Vanilla Extract, Mononole 45 50c bottle Lemon Kxtraet " 40 Economy Fruit Jars gnls 1.40 ...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 31 August 1907

JW X .r:,,;Stf Chen the hmfm yshnell ' Cincinnati I'oHt ; I UTILE LESSON IN PATRIOTISM. 2 August Valentine Kautz was born in Isprliigeii, Baden, Germany, but was lirought to the United States by his parents when he was but an Infant, lie was not yet 20 years of age when he served as a prlvnte In the volunteers lu the Mexican war, winning for himself such distinction that he was after his discharge from the army appointed to the United States Military Academy. where he graduated ai:uont v. kautz. i s;j2. He. served In the Northwest lu the Territories of Washington and Oregon until the Civil War.' Kautz served through the peninsular campaign until Just 'before South Moun tain, when he was appointed colonel of the Second Ohio Cavalry. Ills regi ment was ordered to Camp Chase, Ohio, there to remount and refit; and there . Kautz remained until April, 1 .Still, when he led a cavalry brigade Into Kentucky. In July, INtKl. the famous raider, John Morgan, menaced the Inhabitants of Ohio. Kau...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 31 August 1907

RHEUMATISM CAN NOT BE .RUBBED AWAY It Is perfectly natural to nib the spot that hurts, and when the muscles, nerves, joints and bones are throbbing and twitching with the pains of Rheumatism the sufferer is apt to turn to the liniment bottle, or some other external application, in an effort to get relief from the disease, by producing tounter-irritation on the flesh. Such treatment will quiet the pain tempo rarily, but can have no direct curative effect on the real disease because it does not reach the blood, where the cause is located. Rheumatism is more than skin deep it i3 rood and grounded in the blood and can only be reached by constitutional treatment IT CANNOT BE RUBBED AWAY. Rheumatism is due to an excess of uric acid in the blood, brought about by the accumulation in the system of refuse matter which the natural avenues cf bodily waste, the Bowels and Kidneys, have failed to carry off. This refuse matter, coming in contact with the different acids of the body, forms uric ac...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 31 August 1907

BUSINESS I CARDS Physician Surgeon E. T. Anderson, M. D. Enterprise, Oregon. Physician and Burgeon C. T. HOCKETT, M. D. Independent Phone. Office up stairs In Bank Bldg. When Passing On The Lewis ton Road, Stop At The ' f Sled Springs Hotel. Plenty of Stable Rooiv.. 8. B. CONNER, Proprietor. Wm. Mcllroy anD Company. Farms, Timber Lands, Acreage, Lots, Residence aHd Business Property For Bale. Timber Lc eatinga Specialty ELGIN. - OREGON. Stone Mason and Gutter Cut stone flues constantly on hand for short order work, also fresh lime. L. J. Pisell, Wallowa, Op. WALLOWA NATIONAL BANK O. W. Hyatt, Pre. W. R. Holme, 3eo. 8. OaIk, Vice Pres. Frank A. Kenvle, uwbier. AHHt.a Capital. $50.000. ' Surplus, $30,000. Directors. Geo.W. Hyatt, Mattie A. Holmes Geo. 8. f?ralg, G.Pennell, W. R. Holmes. We do general tanking business. Exchange bought and sold on princl. pal cities. IHTtmUt, 0X1308 J. A. Burleigh Daniel Boyd Burleigh k Boyd flttorneys-at-Law Will pnotloe In all the Courts of this State...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 7 September 1907

The County "Where the Dollars Grow on the Sheep's Back." THE N WSRECORD The FamousBunch Qrass Country Formerly The Wallowa News Wallowa County's Most Representative Paper Established in 1899-$1.50 the Year VOL. 1, No. 19 Enterprise, Wallowa County, Oregon, Saturday, September ,7 1907 Whole Number 439 NEGLECT RUINS 100 WATCHES Where use wears out one. Keep your watch clean, and it's as natural for It to go an It is for your heart to beat. Let It get dirty and stay dirty and you are shortening its life every day. You should hand It to our repair department. Then when you get It again you are handed back practically a new watch. This Is printed for the benefit of you and your watch. As for' Jewelery, no matter what the condition oj your purse, something satisfactory can be purchased. Come In and see our line. Aemeinber the place. Wheat's Jewelry Store ENTERPRISE Singer Sewing Machines W. W. Orcutt has been appointed the sole agent for the Singer Sewing Machine, the best Sewing Machine ...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 7 September 1907

lopics or I imp Souvenir fiends stole a medal from a Jap officer. Why not take the whole Jup? Dr. Long will have to admit that the President has helied hiin to a good, big slice of publicity. King Edward is going to build a castle In Spain. Hut It will be one of the real kind, with a roof that won't leak. Dr. Iteltman asserts that holms neith er carry tomato cans nor wear long beards. Does that avord with your ob servation. Mr. President? There seems to be no chance that the written life story of the Standard Oil Company will ever occupy a place in the Sunday school libraries. We have 2-cent postage and the cry Is for "iK'iiny postage." This may be one reason why the railway people do not enthuse over the 2-cent fare proposition. Mrs. Howard Gould wants $4,000,000 In the way of alimony. People who drop out of the Gould family bcciu to have an Idea that they ought to get big prices for so doing. Just as the rest of tlie world Is con sidering a proposition to give up light ing China b...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 7 September 1907

EIOTOTJS SCENES IN THE WINE WAE IN FRANCE. I TO pbedict the weatheb. I i V' i iii?:' 'VjHfc -l , ghl j-'i ft ' . . .. . Z-dfr.--' The wine war In France has recent ly resulted in dangerous demonstra tions. Not since the height of the Drey fus scandal has such a sensational STOBY OF A STURDY SWEDE. .Remarkable Lite of a Little Known Minneapolis Millionaire. Emigrant, coachman, niult'.mllllon alre! These are the three grades In the life of C. A. Smith, a Swede who lives In Minneapolis. Smith Is only 54, and the next stage In his life will be given up to placing his descendants on rock of fortune that will endure for centuries, perhaps. The story of this sturdy, thrifty Swede Is one of the many stories of fortune which the Northwest loves to tell. Smith tumbled off an emigrant train In Minneapolis on June 28, 1807, at the age of 14. He was a strong boy, without a word of English, but In a day or two he went to work as a chore boy at the home of ex-Governor PUlsbury. His native name was...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 7 September 1907

We All Make Mistakes! Be Fair ! Always Fair ! EDITORIAL PAGE OREGON ShotLine and union Pacific Daily Kx Hunduy. Depart for Time Bolu'ilule, KIkIii. Dully Kx. Hiniilay, Ar- from Inililer; Allcel, Inland No. 81 City, La Grande, con- No. 32 nuctiiiK nt mi crunile 3:45 p.m. with trulDH for nil 11:30 a. m. polntH eaHt ami went. Low Rates. Through Tickets To and From All Parts of tho Country. Foil FUHTHKIt PARTICULARS, ADDRK8R, II. H. Weatberspoon, Agent. Elgin, Oregon.. You'll Like the Pose We Give to Your Photo you'll like other things about the pictures when they are done. We would like to have you come and examine some of our photographs and see the new mounts we are using. We'll Please You In Every Particular MRS. N. A. FALLMAN News-Record 51.B0 the year ENTERPRISE OPZRA HOUSE Watch for Next Announcement Wallowa Gounty and It's Many Resources Wallowa County, one of the scenic Grande Ronde. There are thousands wonders of the West. Grandeur! J of acres of Government lands within Myster...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 7 September 1907

Not Going Out of Business But Selling Out My Groceries at Cost 7 packages Force ' $1.00 Small white Navy Beans 6c California rink Beans 5c Choica Dried Apples 12)..'e Choice Dried Peaches loc 1 pound Japan Iiice 7 c 1 pound Japan Tea 40c 25o Catsup 20 13 lbs Best Cane Fruit Sugar. . 1.00 35c bottle Horse Radish Mustard.. i5c 25o package Crackers 20o 15c package Crackers iOc 35o bottle Catsup 25 15 1.10 ,j pound Shillings Best 7 Bars 1-aundry Soap, Swifts Pride 2 cans Peas, extra'standard 25 25c Chase & Sanborn Coffee 20 85c can Seal Coffee 75 25c Extra Standard Peaches, Apri cots, Plums, Cbetries and Pears 20 20c bottle Pickles 5 20c bottle Mustard 1 gallon. Mnnapole Syrup c Dounds Shilling's Best Baking Monapolo and Shilling's Best Spices Impound cans 10 2 cans Extra Standard Tomatoes 25 1 can Corn Extra Standard 10 1 can Axle Grease 5 50o pails Axle Grease 25 COc bottle Vanilla Extract, Monojiole 45 50c bottle Lemon Extract " 40 Economy Fruit Jars gals 1.40 Economy Fruit Jars,...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 7 September 1907

AN ATTRACTIVE FAITH. By Henry F. Cope. "'J"lie beauty of holiness." Psuluis, Otl :U. Kelljriou ought to be the most nat ural, desirable, and attractive thing to man, for it simply mumls tor the de velopment of the best lu U8, the com ing Into the full and rich heritage that is ours an spiritual beings, and the realization of our highest possi bilities of character and service. He who ignores religion Is cutting himself oil' from the best and most beaut it ul possibilities In his lire. Some have talked of the necessity of making religion attractive. It does not have to he made attractive; there Is nothing more desirable than the peace, jiower and prosperity of the real life which It confers. It is the imitation, (he laise and prejudiced presentation of religion that men endeavor to dress up attractively. In that they never miiveed, for cramping the soul anil twisting tli( Intellect ever Is opposed liy the best In us. I'nmi the caricature of religion we turn with loathing. Mummeries a...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 7 September 1907

Banking by Mail WE PAY INTEREST On savings deposits of a dollar or more, compounded twice every year. It la just as easy to open a Savings Account with us by Mail as if you lived next door. Bend for our free book let, "Banking by Mail." and learn full particulars. Address Oregon Trust & Savings Bank Portland, Oregon Sixth and Washington Sts. As Cheap as Can Bs Bought In thi East Delivery Much Quickar WiilBlh Today BHDB BRING YOUR TOOTH TROUBLES TO US Before Going Elsewhere. DR. B. E. WRIGHT. Washington St. Portland, Oregon ST. HELEN'S HALL PORTLAND, OREGON A Girl' School of the highest class. Collegi ate department. Music Art. Elocution. Gym nasium. 1'all term opens September 16. SEND EOR CATALOGUE ENGRAVING Write Us PLATES FOR PRINTING HICKS-CH ATTEN Portland Oregon am j Ml nnO The Estey Organ is the standard. Everybody known the Estey to be first class, rich of tone and durable. Estey Parlor Organs range In price from fOO to (160. The cut shown above is style 801, price D5. We...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 7 September 1907

BUSINESS CARDS Physician Surgeon E. T. Anderson, M. D. Enterprise, Oregon. Physician and Burgeon C. T. HOCKETT, M. D. Independent Phone. Oflloe up stain In Bank Bldg. When Passing On The Lewis ton Road, Stop At The Sled Springs Hotel. Plenty of Stable Rook;. 8. B. CONNER, Proprietor. Win. Mcllroy anD Company. Farm, Timber Lands, Aoreage, Lots, Residence and Business Property For Sale. Timber Lo cating a Specialty ELGIN. - OREGON. Stone Mason and Gutter Cut stone flues constantly on hand for short order work, also fresh lime. L. J. Pkell, Wallowa, Or. WALLOWA NATIONAL BANK G. W. Hyatt, Pres. Jen. H. (Tilg, V Ice Prrs. Frank A. itenvle, Asst.. W. K. Holmea, Cublar. Capital, $50,000. Surplus, $30,000. Olrsctors. Geo. W. Hyatt, Mattie A. Holmes Geo. B. (Traig, G. Pennell, W.R.Holmes. W. do a general banking business. Kxohange bought and sold prlncl 11 cities. lmsruss, uuov J. A, Burlelgb Dankd Boyd Burleigh & Boyd flttorneys-at-Law Will praotloe in all the Courts of this State and b...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 14 September 1907

The Coiinty "Where the Dollars Grow on the Sheep's Back." THE NEWS R The Famous" Bunc Orus Countiy Formerly The Wallowa News Wallowa County's Most Representative Paper Established in 1899$1.50 the Year VOL.. I, No. 20 Enterprise, Wallowa County, Oregon, Saturday, September 14, 1907 Whole Number 440 NEGLECT RUINS 100 WATCHES Where use wears out one. Keep your watch clean, and it's as natural for It to go an It' Is for your heart to beat.' Let It get dirty andstay dirty and you are shortening its life every day. You should hand it to our repair department. Theu when you get it again you are handed back practically a new watch. This is printed for the benefit of you and your watch, As for : Jewelery, no matter what the condition 0 your purse, something satisfactory can be purchased. Come In and see our Una. Remember the place. " Wheat's Jewelry Store ENTEKPRIBK Enterprise Livery & Feed Stable Good care of Stock. Good Hay and Grain. A new system of checking eo that teams be properly...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 14 September 1907

f "5 JliJ I mat fur lotgfjraphij ODe of the most Important teasons for a beginner to learn Is to hold the camera in the proper position during exposure, says the Circle. Whenever there are corner of buildings or other objects which give vertical Mnes, the camera must be held ahaolutely level. If this Is not done, tie buildings In the picture will appear to be falling either backward or forward, according to the way in which the camera was tilted. There are times, however, when the camera may be tilted to advantage In acme cases It Is an absolute necessity. For example. In photographs of clouds, waterfalls, balloons, ett, the camera may point upward; while In taking pictures of people swimmltig or bathing, children at work or play, ebi, it may be pointed downward. Very successful photographs of prominent speakers, parades, crowd, etc., have been taken when the camera was held upside down. It makes no difference in the negative whether the camera Is right side op or not By holding the...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 14 September 1907

HelplHelpl I'm Falling Thus cried the hair. And a kind neighbor came to the res cue with a bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor. The hair was saved! In gratitude, it grew long and heavy, and with all the deep, rich color of early life. Sold in all parts of the world for sixty years. " 'About one year aro I loit nearly all of bit hair following an attack of measles. I will advised by a friend to use Ayer's Hair Vliror. I did to, and aa a remit I now have abeantlf ul bead of hair.' - Mag. W. J. Brow. Menom onee Falls, Wis. A Mad by J. O. Ayer Co., Lowell, Itaae. lso manufaoturere of SARSAPAB1LLA. vers PILLS. 1 CHERRY PECTCSaL Professional. "Are you certain you can cook well?" "Madam, I worked two years for the great tenor, Albert!. At the last dinner he gave I was applauded after each course, and at the end of the dinner I was recalled three times." Translated for Tales from Fllegende Blaetter. Wlas Child. . "But, Tommy," said his mother, "didn't your conscience tell you you were doing wrong?"...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News=record. — 14 September 1907

We All Make Mistakes! Be Fair ! Always Fair ! EDITORIAL PAGE OREGON AND UNION PACIFIC Dully Ex Humlny. Depart for Time wlieiluln, KlKln. Dully Ex. Huuilay, Ar- from No. 82 Imliler; Allcel, Inland No. 81 City, l.il Uiumle, coii- uectluK at i.ii uriimle 8:45 p.m. with trains for nil 11:30a.m. polntH flint nml went. Low Rates. Through Tickets To and From All Tarts of tlio Country. For fukther particulars, address, II. II. Weatberspoon, Agent. 'Elgin, Oregon. WW w. You'll Like the Pose We Give to Your Photo you'll like other tilings about the pictures when they aro done. We would like to have you come and examine some of our photographs and see the new mounts we are using. j We'll Please You In Every Particular MRS. N. A. FALLMAN Hews-Record S1.B0 the year ENTERPRISE OPERA HOUSE Watch for Next Announcement Wallowa Gounty and It's Many Resources lliiiiil j Tirallftwa ftormtv. ono of the ecenic wonders of the West. Grandeur! Mvsturvt Beautv beyond compare! Yet better than all these, and m...

Publication Title: News=Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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