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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 15 April 1911

Oregon Historical 8ocIty TWICE -A-WEEK SA TURD A Y EDITION ILDTLDTT il iiAli TWELFTH YEAR. NO. 100. ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNfTY, OREGON, SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1911. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. NEWS-RECORD QUALIFY TEACHERS AT L NEW COURSES ADDED BY O. A. COLLEGE TO MEET NEW SCHOOL LAWS. ' Corvallis, April 12 The six weeks summer session at the Oregon Agri cultural College which opens June 19 and lasts until July 28 will offer many new courses this year for the benefit of those teachers disqualified by the new school laws which now make heavier requirements as to prep aration. Town and city supervision and the new rural school supervision provid ed for under the new echol law will be taught, as well as the advanced subjects required now for certificates, such as mathematics, history, the sciences, English and American litera ture, the art of teaching, psychology and the history of education. There will be special work for the teachers of industrial subjects, and particu lar attention will also...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 15 April 1911

THE NEWS RECORD (TwIoe-a-Week.) - AM DOkllPBMDBNT NEWSPAPER. tosaerly the Wallowa Nsws, esUb- ttshsd March S. city of Joseph to determine whether the majority was wet or dy, and t he county being dry under the pro- vlKlons of the state local option, law, Joseph council has 110 power to license BtUoonu; further more, that If an EL- KCTION HAD BEEN HELD AND ..hiiBhad Wednesdays and Satur day at Enterprise, Oregon, by THE ENTERPRISE PRESS fflca East aide Court House 8quara TilE TOWN HAD VOTED WET ntered aa second-class matter THE COUNCIL. WOULD NOT HAVE January I, 1909, at the postofflce THE POWER TO 6ltANT LICENS naterprtse.: Oregon, under ttte Act Wareh 1. UT9. , - ' flubaeripUon Rtea: One year $2, its Boattui II. three mouth 60e, M BOotli SOt.t Ob yearly cash-In. aramea aubacrlDtiona a dlacount of Me l glveo, 8ATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1911. E3. In other words, the so-called Home Rule amendment Is a Joke and of NO EFFECT WHATEVER. ' Congressman Lafferty Is surely try ing to do what he said...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 15 April 1911

The Williamson Millinery Parlors in the Fair Store ENTERPRISE, OREGON . - Big E-aster eiiing Sale Op 30 per cent discount On all our new and up-to-date trimmed hats. . Our entire stock is brand new. None of our hats are made from last year's left-overs. Goods chosen and made up by expert milliners. The most complete, stylish and up-to-date line of millinery ever shown in Wallowa county. Come early and avoid the rush. Sale begins Saturday, April 15, and Closes Saturday, April 29 "Meet me at The Fair." MRS. S. B. WILLIAMSON. Cooper By ation Asked State Forester Campaign Against Forest Fires Star ted New Law Sent On Request. Salem, April 13. Forest fires, one of the greatest sources of destruc tion to the most valuable resources of the state, will soon be restrict ed and their terrors largely reduced If the people will co-operate with the state forester in the administra tion of the, new forestry law enacted by the last legislature, which will be ready for distribution In pamph let for...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 15 April 1911

m a day and Every Day Sold in quantities, from one-half gallon to as much as you want, Ice Packed and Delivered To any part of the city. Fancy makes to order. Shipment of fresh Cake Cones Just arrived. Guaranteed pure and wholesome. Ice Cream De partment equipped with new machinery and we can furnish any quantity on short notice ENTERPRISE CREAMERY PHONE IN YOUR ORDER City and County Brief News Items C, B. Funk went to La Grande, Fri day on a business trip. Born to the wife of A. II. Rudd at Joseph, a daughter, April 3, There was a large crowd at the dance In the opera house Friday night. Born to the wife of E. L. Holmes, ot Wallowa, a eon, at Portland, Ap ril 11. M. H. Tucker was In the Grande Ronde a few days visiting friends aud relatives, Mrs. O, B. Wagner and baby went to La Grande Friday for a few days visit with her people. William Dalsley, who is conducting a barber ehop in Lostine, was In town over Thursday night. Mrs. W, I. Dlshman, after several days visit here with relat...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 19 April 1911

Oregon Historical Socl&tj TWICE -A-WEEK WEDNESDA Y EDITION RECORD ji our TWELFTH YEAR. NO. 101. ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1911. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. RISE NEWS- PREMIUMS OFFERED FOR BEET TONNAGE FACTORY WILL GIVE $100 AT COUNTY FAIR BOYS' VEGE TABLE EXHIBITS. The La Grande sugar factory will offer very liberal prizes at. the coun ty fair.- In addition to the $30 to boys for square rod plots of sugar beets, the factory will give $100 In four prizes to the farmers growing the largest tonnage to the acre on tracts of five acres and' upwards. The money is divided $50 to the farmer growing the largest tonnage to the acre, $25 to the next largest, $15 to the third and $10 to the fourth. Full particulars can be had of' A. C. Miller, president of the fair, or F; S. Bramwell, manager of the La Grande factory. " ' ;. Anothervery liberal prize, $50, will be given at the fair to boys 14 years of age or under who make the best collective exhibit of vegetablesl g...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 19 April 1911

THE NEWS RECORD (Twloe--WeeW.) AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. rormrly the Wallowa New. tal- llabed March 3. 1899. Published Wednesday and Satur days at Enterprise. Oregon, by THE ENTERPRISE. PBE88 Office East side Court House Square Entered aa second-class matter January 3, 1909, at the postoffice at Itnterprlse. Oregon, under the Act of March 8, 1S79. Subscription Rates: One year 2, atx months $1, throe mouths EOc, mm month 20c. On yearly oah-ln-adrauce aubscriplions a discount of ate is clTen. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1911. OREGON'S ADVANCE. There are some gratifying facts dis closed In the census bulletin of Ore gon's agricultural statistics, Issued yesterday, and some that are the re verse. . The unwelcome facts, howev er, were the results of well known causes that we all hope will noti pre vail during the ne ten years. Among .the welcome facts disclos ed are these: In the total value of farm land there was an Increase! from 1900 to 1910 of 262 per cent, farm land and buildings 243 per c...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 19 April 1911

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at La Grande, Ore gon, February 27, 1911. Notice Is hereby given that Ellsha R. Ward, of Enterprise, Oregon, -who. on February 17, 1909, made Homestead Application No. 05827, for lot 3, sec tlon 0, township 2 south, range 44 east Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make Final Commuta tlon Proof, to establish claim te the land above described, before Carl Roe U. S. Commissioner, at his office at Enterprise. Oregon, on the 20th day of April, 1911. Claimant names as -witnesses: James Moots, James A, Ward, Charles A. McAUster, and Charles D. Emmons all of Enterprise, Oregon. '29c6 F. C. B RAM WELL, Register Constipation brings many ailments in lte train and is the primary cause of much sickness. Keep your bowels regular madam, and you will escape many of the ailments to which women 'are subject. Constipation is a very simple thing, but like many simple things, it may lead to serious con sequences. Na...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 19 April 1911

SPHERE'S a certain touch of V smartness to Brandegee ENTERPRISE MERCANTILE & MILLING COMPANY City and County Brief News Items Pittsburg Electric Weld field fenc ingthe weld that held at Keltner's. B, B. Boyd was at Wallowa, Sun day. Mrs. E. A. BayleHB left Tuesday for Sprague, Wash., to visit relatives. C. E, Funk returned Sunday from a business trip to La Grande and Un ion, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Fleenor and baby visited relatives at Lostlne Sun day. Miss Grace Pratt returned Sunday from a stay of several months in Portland. Mrs. Glen E, Odle and Miss Snow V. Heaton were at Wallowa between trains, Tuesday.' . Mrs. W. Q. Trill of Wallowa was a guest of Dr. and Mrs. C. T. Hock ett, Tuesday night. County Commissioner W. G. Locke was at Wallowa Tuesday and Wednes day, on private business, E. O, Makln of Prairie) Creek trans acted business at the Forestry office Jn Wallowa, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wlllett of Los tine returned home Monday after a visit with relatives hore. Miss Anna ...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 22 April 1911

oo HIsorlcal soptefy SA TURDA Y EDITION i ' -.. 3RP MEW ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1911. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. TWELFTH YEAR. NO. 102. Ore", RISE TO. COLLECT DATA OF' WALLOWACOUNTY ENTERPRISE COMMERCIAL' CLUB WORKING FOR GENERAL A Ant i ti While the attendance at the Com mercial club meeting Friday night was not large there was earnestness and determination manifest to) put the club on , a permanent, progressive footing. . . President S. L. Burnaugh presided and stated the object of the meeting. The causes of apathy, were gone ov er thoroughly, and remedies proposed by a number of members.'The work of the Commercial club during the past four or five years was reviewed and everybody conceded It had been worth while. All that had been done was -1 nM Vn iraTiaiHll rrwl Of the community and certainly comparative ly Important things had been accom plished. The record la one of success from the start until now. But it is also recognized that different work now l...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 22 April 1911

- . - THE NEWS RECOR D (TwIce-a-Week.) AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. roramrly the Wallow --News, eatafr- fished March i3. 1899. Published Wednesday and Satun days at Enterprise. Oregon, by THE ENTERPRISE PRESS Jf f Ice jaatslde Court House Square Bntird a secojid-clasa matter Juua7 2, 1909, at the postofflce at BoUrprlse, Oregon, under the Act of March . 1879. - eubecrlption Rates: One year 1 2, is month .- $1, three mouths 60c, month 20c. . On yearly cah-la-tdvance subscriptions a discount of HVo Is given. 8 AT UR DAY, APRIL 22, 1911. ROBBING PETER TO PAY PAUU The contention of Coast cities In their fight against granting Ulterior points an equitable freight rate from the East, is, aa we take It from Oregonian editorials, that we must pay more because we are nearer the East. If freight can he hauled from Chi cago Pittsburg, Cleveland, Detroit or St. Louis to Portland BY WATER cheaper than the railroads can haul It and make a profit on that ship ment, then lot Portland, got all its frei...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 22 April 1911

THREE FRUIT-8ALADS. - 1 A simple Banana Salad is made In this way: Remove one section of akin from each of five small Selec ts.,! . n n n n n n TbIa Allt frillt RPTTIP and cut , fruit from one banana in thin slices. Cut fruit from other bananas in one-half inch cubes and marinate with a French dressing. Re fill skins with' cubes arid garnish with slice of banana sprinkled gen erously with paprika. Stack) around a mound of crisp lettuce-leaves. Another excellent fruit salad is Colorado Salad. Wash both red and .white cherries, remove the stems and stones, and cut in halves lengthwise. Remove the pulp from oranges. Re moce the. skins from bananas, scrape with a silver knife, cut one-third inch slices and cut slices in cubes. Mix the fruits, using an equal quantity of each, and marinate with Frerich dres sing. Serve in nests of crisp lettuce leaves . ' " To make a delicious orange salad, cut three oranges in sections and free from seeds, and membranes. Skin and seed white grapes. There...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 22 April 1911

Real Estate Transfers CUB QCQD to Cram Today and Every Day Sold in gallon quantities; from one-half to as much as you want, Ice Packed and Delivered To any part of makes to order. the city. Fancy Shipment of fresh Cake Cones Just arrived. Guaranteed pure and wholesome. Ice Cream De- partment equipped with new machinery and we can furnish any quantity on short notice ENTERPRISE CREAMERY PHONE IN YOUR ORDER City and County Brief News Items City election, Tuesday, May 1. The May term of tbe circuit court will-convene Tuesday, May 8. ! Mrs. Lee R. Devore returned Fri day from' a visit with friends at Elgin. The K of P base, ball club will go to Wallowa, Tuesday to play the K of P nine there. ' , Miss Elsie Lornateh left Thursday on an extended visit with friends In Portland and at Roseburg. H. E. Merryman went to Wallowa Saturday to do some survey Ing, His daughter, Angellne, went along to viB It friends a few days. , The Union Missionary Society will meet with Mrs. Corkins, Tuesday, Ap...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 26 April 1911

0ron His tori Society TWICE-A-WEEK WEDNESDAY EDITION WEI NEW CORD TWELFTH YEAR. NO. 103. ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1911. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. ENTE SE S-RE HOMESTEAD RIGHT RFSTRRFRTR MANY NEW LAW DATED FEBRUARY 3, 1911, OPENS DOOR FOR SECOND FILING. United States Commissioner Carl Roe of this city has received official notification of the passage by congress on February 3, 1911, of an act that restores the homestead right to many people la Wallowa county and else where. The new law provides that any one who has for any reason lost, forfeited or abandoned his homestead or re ceived no more than his filing fees for relinquishing the same prior to February 3, 1911, has. the right to file a second homestead entry. The Commissioner states that those who contemplate making a second en try under this new law should bring with them at the time of filing, two witnesses, who know of the nbandon ment or relinquishment of the form er entry, and can subscribe to the...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 26 April 1911

THtt MPWL RFrORnl (TwIce-a-Week.) AJ, INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. formerly the Wallowa News, sstab- lighed March 3. 1839. Published Wednesdays and Satur days at Enterprise. Oregon, by THE ENTERPRISE PRESS Office Eaut aide Court House Sqara Entered as secorid-class maUer January 2. 1909, at the postofflce at Enterprise? Oregon, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Subscription Rates: One year $2, six months $1, three mouths 50c, one mouth 20c. On yearly cash-ln-sdvance subscriptions a discount of 2o la given. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1911. DELAWARE'S HIGHWAY. During the exciting presidential elec tions of the forties and fifiies, when the Whig and Democratic parties were having it nip and tuck every four years, the returns were .slower in ar riving than in these modern days. Kentucky, Tennessee, Pennsylvania and one or two other "big" stales were the fit'litirig ground, and the crowds would wait days to hear from them. Then it was IJio village wit would get off the time honored joke "Walt till you...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 26 April 1911

5 EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Notice 1j hereby given that the un dersigned W. R. Holmes baa been duly appointed as the executor of the last will and testament of Char lei O. Holmes, deceased, by the County Court of Wallowa County, State of Oregon, and that he has vduly qualified as such executor. All parties holding claims against aid estate or against the partner ship of Holmes Brothers, of which the . deceased Charles G. Holmes was a niembor, are hereby notified to present tholr claims with proper vouchers and duly verified as requir ed by law within six months from the date of this notice, to the uudor slgned executor at Enterprise, Wal lowa County, Oragon. W. R. HOLMES, Erecutor of the last Will and Testa ment of Charles O. Holmes, de ceased. J. A. BURLEIGH, Attorney for Es tate. 29c5 Constipation brings many ailments In Its train and Is the primary cause of much sickness. Keep your bowels regular madam, and you will escape many of the aliments to which women are subject. Constipation Is...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 26 April 1911

HERE'S a certain touch of smartness to Brandegee , 1 . CLOTHES. 1 i 1 Kincaid & Co. Clothes," - that clever dressers cannot over look. It doesn't make any differ ence where you happen to be, if you are clothed in these ex cellent garments you are be yond criticism. In the village, in the city, in the metropo lis or the country, their correctness cannot be questioned. We can easily see how you might consider our conversation very lightly, but if you will inspect our clothes you'll appreciate the heavi ness of every argument. These clothes are not only smart as to their general lines; they are also made from fabrics which are very handsome and certainly very unusual. XT) - fc. JT CLOTHES.." Nc'n 4 co. ENTERPRISE MERCANTILE & MILLING COMPANY City and County Brief News Items Carload of barb wire end field fenc lug at Keltner's hardware. 8. E. Combes was at Wallowa be tween trains, Sunday. Mrs. Harris French went to La Grande, Sunday, to visit her people. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McA...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 29 April 1911

Oregon Historical Society TWICE-A-WEEK SATURDAY EDITION ECORD TWELFTH YEAR. NO. 104. ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1911. ClTY OFFICIAL PAPER. GREAT DOINGS FOR ASTORIA CENTENARY PROGRAM OF CELEBRATION OF FIRST WHITE SETTLEMENT OF NORTHWEST. Astoria Centennial dates are Aug ust 10 to Sept. 9, to celebrate the first settlement ot the Northwest by the white man. April 12, 1811, the Tonquln, a trading ship owned by John Jacob Astor, sailed Into the mouth of what is now the Columbia river, and proceeded up ten miles to a cove where the crew landed, and established a camp to facilitate trad ing with the Indians. This camp be came known as Astoria. It grew from a trading expedition sent out rrom New York by John Jacob Astor. It Is to celebrate this event that the Astoria Centennial' was projected. The state of Oregon appropriated $50,000 to aid in the expense ot this celebration. Clatsop county made a tax levy which raised $25,000. The merchants of Astoria raised $...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 29 April 1911

THE NEWS -RECORD' Twloe-a-Week.) AM tDXTCNDlINT NBWSPAPHR. fuirlj th Wallewa News, Hhd March 3. 1899. Published Wednesdays and - Satur days at Enterprise, Oregon, by THE ENTERPRISE PRE88 Office East side Court House Sguara Werw1 m second-class mafif Jaawy t. U09, at the postofflce at Isuslss Oregon, under tie Act of Itowa I. 171. ' terrpon Rates; One yea $ iUia 1, three mouins , it JOe. On yearly oaau-iu- . subscriptions a discount of VI. 8ATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1911. WINGED COURSE OF JUSTICE. Judge Wolverton of the Federal' Dis trict court has Just rendered a decis ion in favor of the government In the land forfeiture suit against the Ore gon & California railroad. The suit was started only two or three years ago, and great surprise. Is felt by everybody that a decision was handed down so soon. After a few months from three to thirty given to the corporation at torneys to spar for wind, the second round will start In the Federal Court of Appeals. With the celerity of court number o...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 29 April 1911

SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT OF COUNTY OFFICIALS County Clerk's Statement. Report of the County Clerk of Wallowa County, State of Ore gon, showing the amount and number of claims allowed by the County Court of said county, for what allowed, amount of war rants drawn, and amount of warrants outstanding and unpaid, from the 30th day of September, 1910, to the 31st day of March, 1911, both inclusive: On What Account Allowed. Amt. Claims Allowed. Arat. Warrants Drawn Roads and Bridges $ Pauper Account Stationery and Printing. Salaries Court House and Jail Account Circuit Court Justice Court Commissioners and County Court Insane Account Coroner's Account Teachers Examination Miscellaneous -- Board of Prisoners Rebate of Taxes.... Expense School Supt Truant Officer Jury Account Eleotion Account Deputy Assessor High School Scalp Bounty Special Scalp Bounty Total Amount of Claims ....$31657 88 . $31657 88 Amennt f General Ftmd Warrants Outstanding and Unpaid. General Fund Warrants $ 985 00 STATE O...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 29 April 1911

Complete Census Of Wallowa County Official Fiflure For Each Election Precinct Comparison With Two Preceding. The Census Office has Just Issued a bulletin giving the population of Oregon by minor civil divisions, whicu in this state means by election pre cincts. Following are the official fig ures for Wallowa county at the last three enumerations: 1890 1900 1910 Butte precinct Divide precinct 42 118 Enterprise precinct, including Enter prise town C17 8G5 1703 Enterprise town .. 242 396 1242 Flora precinct 320 Grouse precinct 179 Imnaha precinct .. 83 182 210 Joseph precinct, in cluding Joseph town CK8 572 1106 Joseph town 249 237 725 Leap precinct 252 Lostlne precinct In cluding Lostlne town 530 CSC CIS Lostlne town 230 Lost Prairie precinct 133 269 188 Mud Creek precinct 94 Paradise precinct .. 177 579 ,273 Park precinct 117 161 Pine Creek precinct 169 200 161 Pittsburg precinct 45 Powwatka precinct 85 Prairie Creek prec't 280 359 367 Promise precinct 181 308 Trout Creek precinct 23...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
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