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About The news=record. (Enterprise, Wallowa County, Or.) 1907-1910 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 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
,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, quarts .... 1.20
Other stuff too numerous to mention.
2g pounds Shillings Best 95
1 pound Shillings Best 40
FRED S. ASHLEY
Sell for Cash or Installments
LAS T C HAN C E
THIS YEAR, to TAKE A TRIP EAST AT BUT LITTLE
More than One Half the Regular Rates
WILL SELL TICKETS
SEPTEMBER 11, 12 and 13
From SPOKANE, WALLA WALLA, PENDLETON, LA GRANDE, BAKER CITY and
intermediate points cn the main line of the O. R. & N. via Huntington and Council Bluffs, to
Chicago and return $64.00 Omaha and return $52.50
StXouis and return 60 00 Kansas City and return 52.50
Ninety Days' limit la given on ticksts at thesa rates and stopovers at pleasure within limits. To other points In the East ani Kiddle West
and from all points in tne liortnwest correspondingly iow raws
THE ONLY WAY
To eet the best there is in traveling, particularly on a transcottinental trip where
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time is an important factor, is to buy your ticket over tne uregon Kauroaa ana
Navigation Co. Any agent of this company will sell you a ticket, give any
information and make all necessary arrangements.
Gen'l Pass. Agent, Portland, Oregon
After our very successful Spring and Summer Sales there are
me rPTYirm.nts of Snrins and Summer Dress uooas dot oia
and shelf worn but new and first-class in our large and well
i n -i-
assorted stock of Dry Goods, we otter you tnese goous au
tremenduous discount. These goods will perhaps answer every
purpose as-well as costlier goods.
Mens' Ball-Briggan Underwear, was
$1.25 suit, now . .
Ladies Muslin Underwear 25 per cent
One lot Warners Corsets worth
$1.50, Present price .
Summer Corsets'worth 62c are now
going at .
One lot Sun-Bonnets, good value at thirty
five and twenty-five cents, now fifteen
and twenty-five cents.
Our line of ladies Neckwear is second to none
in the city. Please examine it before go
Big reduction in Lace Hosiery.
Ladies Summer Waists will go at twenty
five per cent discount.
Remember we carry a large line of Trunks
and Valises. If you or any of your
family are going away" for a trip give us a
One lot Dress Skirts thirty-five per cent dis
count. These Skirts are good, heavy and
serviceable. These goods can be worn
any season of the 5 ear.
Call and see us and we will treat you right.
Enterprise M. & M. Co.
Fine line of gents' neckwear at Busy
Fresh oranges and lemons at the E,
M. & M. Store.
Get one of those nice hand bags at
E. M. & M. Co's. Big Store.
You can get a pair ot Buckingham
Hecht shoes at the Busy Big Store.
Herbert Patton of Pendleton was up
this week for a visit of a few days.
Wm. Fordaey of Lost Prairie wa seen
passing through the metropolis Thurs
day on his way home. . '
If you want peace in the family got
your wife a Shelby washing machine. E.
M. & M. Co. keeps them.
Mrs. Hanville. who has been visiting
in Portland for some time past, arrived
in Enterprise Wednesday.
The farmers of the Valley are the
busiest men in the world, harvesting
one of the largest crops ever raised.
A quiet rain Thu rsday afternoon re
freshed and cleared the atmosphere and
was light enough to not cause damage
to the farmers.
Rev. Thompson officiated at the Union
Services Sunday evening at the M. E.
Church, taking as his text "Great Ques
tions of the ages."
Twill soon bo school time. Don't
forget that Burnaugh & Mayfleld are
headquarters for school supplies. Best
line of tablets in town.
Dermine Cream, the best preparation
for chapped hands and face, is sold by
Burnaugh & Mayfleld. Therefore the
county seat should stay in Enterprise
C. W. Mumford and wife accompanied
by Mrs! Osborn returned to their home
at Wallowa Wednesday after an exten
ded vacation at North Bend and other
M. H. Tucker visited a few days in
town this week, lie is still with tne
Mt. Hood Nursery Company, likes hia
position and says it beats school teach
ing to a "frazzle."
Married : at the home of M. J.
Thompson, Pastor of the Christian
chnrch, Aug. 29, 1907, Earl Allen and
Georgia Cole, of Lostine, M. J.
Don't forget that the News-Record is
fully equipped, and always ready to
look after your job printing. No mat
ter how large a job it is, or how difficult,
let us figure with you.
Say son, got your mamma some Jap-
aluc at Burnaugh & Mayfield,s so she
can make that old furniture look like
new. Their varnish stains will help
the looks of your cupboard and table
Services at the Christian church
Sunday, Sept 8. Sunday School at 10
A. M., reaching at 11 A. M. There
will be Union services in the evening at
8 p. m. Rev. Owen, pastor of the
Baptist chuich, will preach. Come.
M. J. Thomson, pastor.
W. J. Funk and son Warner formerly
of this place, arrived home in Portland
after a trip here. Tbey were acompan-
led home from Enterprise by the
daughter Margaret, who with hor
brother James enjoyed a splendid tour
through California, Nevada, Utah and
If vou notice the smile on Rev. Mr
Templeton's countenance well we'll
tell you what causes it. He proved up
Thursday on a very good timber claim
quite near Enterprise, and to secure a
good claim at the present time, ougnt to
make anyone wear a smile of content
ment. Rev. Temploton is pastor of the
So often, like school teaching, a man
takes up a newspaper business as a
means to an end, not as a definite aim
on which to concentrate his powers.
The highest duty of each man is to liavo
a definite aim and makn a success of it.
A life's work Is a great whole made up
of many parts. This great whole can
not be planned and exeouted in a
moment. The child has no clearly
developed idea what he will be when a
man. As one little boy expressed it,
"I'm going to be a preacher or a cowboy )
but I don't know which yet." And tho
same with the older ones.