The news=record. (Enterprise, Wallowa County, Or.) 1907-1910, October 05, 1907, Image 8

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Physician Surgeon
E. T. Anderson, M. D.
Enterprise, Oregon.
Physician and Surgeon
Independent l'linne.
Ofllce up stairs In Dank Kldg.
When Passing On The Lewis
tori Jlo.'ul, Stop At The
Sled Springs Hotel.
Plenty of Stable Iloon..
S. 1). CONNER, Proprietor.
Wm. McIIroy anu; Company.
Farms, Timber Lands, Acreage,
Lots, Residence und . Business
Property For Hale. Timber Lo
cating a Specialty
Stone Moson and Gutter
Cut stone flues constantly on
hand for short order work,
also fresh lime.
L. J. I'iseix, Wam.owa, Or.
O. W. Hyutt,
V ll!C ltvn.
W. U. Holmes, Frank A. kciivIh,
Cashier. Asm,..
Capital, $50,000.
Surplus, $;10,000.'
Qeo.W. Hyatt, Matliu A. Holmes
Oho. 8. Craig,
U. Pennell, W. It. Holmes.
Wo lo a Kfiiorul Imnklnt; IhihItichs.
KxeliniiKu bought und sulci on irlnul-
II1 Ultll-H.
lUTiBrBiss. oeijon
J. A. llurlclgl.
Dunli'l Royil
Burteiqh k Boyd
Attorney s-ai-Law
Will practice in all the Courts of
t ills State ami before the Interior
and Us olVioes.
The most careful attention
given to all business entrusted
to our care.
Enterprise, Oregon.
Ruggles Sc Lathrope,
The House
Wo will move your house, ham or
other buildings in a eareful manner;
also put in new foundations when
If you are in need of any work in
our line, oallon or address us at
Watch for
; merit
City and County
Brief News Items
Wanted; 20 rieks of stove wood.
News-Record office.
Regular meeting of the city council
next Monday night. -
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Tippett of Chico
were in town Saturday.
Miss Ella Haley filed on a timber
claim on Smith Mountain last week.
G. V. Harris of Cliico came to the
city Saturday and remained several
Leonard Foster and J. W. Alford of
Chico were visitors in town the first of
tho week
Jerry P. Husk of Joseph, deputy
district attornoy, .went to Portland,
Prof. W. E. Moore, principal of the
county hifli school, arrived from Kelso
Friday night.
Mrs. J. G. Ronnie returned Friday of
last week from a visit at her former
home town, Salem.
Try those home made chocolates and
phinoches at Seihert's. Only thing of
this kind in town.
James Allen of the Chesnimnus was
buying supplies at the V. J. Funk &
Co, storo Monday.
B. F. Miller, who had been working
on the high school building, left for his
home at Promise, Saturday.
At the evening services in the Chris
tian church Sunday, Miss Lillian Bonor
united with the church by letter.
Varnish stains and brushes, and
Lacqueret makes old furniture look
liko new at liurnaugh & Mayfield's.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moss of West
Main street started for Fruita, Friday
of last week, for a week's visit with
George Payles of Loatine will move
to Enterprise about the middle of this
month, He was here Monday seeking
a house to rent.
Rev. Fred G. Potter and wife of
llelleuberg, Kan., arrived Tuesday
night. Rev. Potter is the new pastor
of the Enterprise Mothodist church.
A dance will be given in tho skating
rink this, Friday, night. It is announced
by tho proprietors, Calvin and Zurcher,
that the skating season at the rink will
opon next Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Lockwood and
children returned home Sunday, Mr
Lockwood had been at Pendleton for a
week and Mrs. Lockwood and children
had been visiting at Wallowa.
G. I. RatclifFe cut a gash in the top
of his foot last week with a hatchet,
the point of tho hatchet nearly severing
tho leaders hack of the second and
third toes. Tho injury will compel
him to use crutches for some time.
Mrs. Henry' Fletcher and Bon Floyd
camo in Saturday night from McCoy,
Oregon, and joined Mr. Fletcher here.
As soon as their goods arrive they will
go to housekeeping in Mrs. John Wort-
man's house. Mr. Fletcher, who is the
implement salesman in tho E. M. & M
store, says they are glad to return here
to live.
E.I). Wheat, the- joweler and music
dealer, received a number of lino new
graphophones last week, including the
latest improved Columbia with an
attachment that regulates the tone,
Biilxluhig or increasing it at tho will of
the operator. Mr. Wheat also received
a handsome and convenient record
cabinet. ,
Pendleton East Oregrmian Mrs.
Alice M. Doll, now of Imnaha, but
formerly of Union, where she was en
gaged in pioneer newspaper work with
hor brother, E. S. McComas, is iu tho
city for a few days, tho guest of Mrs.
Bert Huffman while attending the
district fair. Mrs.' Bell lives on her
homestead iu tho Imnaha district, ono
of the romantic corners of the state,
and on the scene of the first disturb
ances of the Nex Perce Indian war.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Arthur Bishop aud
two sons left Monday afternoon . for
Portland to reside. Mrs. Bishop's
health has been poorly here and it is
hoped tho chango of residonco will
benefit her. Mr. Bishop was foreman
in the News-Record otllco last sp ring
and afterwards joint lessee of tho plant
with Mr. Corey. .Ilo is a first class
printer and will no dcubt secure a
lucrative position in tho Oregon me
tropolis. Tleir friends here and over
the county wish them the greatest
prosperity and health in their new
homo. . Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bishop
ivmain in Enterprise for tho present
but later w ill also move to Portland,
An enjoyable social was held at the
Jerry Maxwell, the Wallowa butcher,
was buying cattle in this vicinity
Mrs. Hough and sister, Miss Irene
argant, of The Buttes, were trading in
town, Thursday.
Pennine Cream, the best preparation
for chapped hands and face, is sold by
Burnaugh & Mayfield,
Sam Wade, a prosperous farmer of
near Lostine, went to La Grande Sat
urday on a business trip.
Miss Anna Maxwell oi Wallowa and
Mrs. Leonard Johnson of Imnaha have
been visiting friends in town.
Look at thoso lovely pieces of Batten-
burg and Mexican drawn work at Mrs.
Seihert's. Just the tiling for Xmas.
Mrs. M. E. Hotclikiss is reported
Friday morning in a fair way to re
covery by the attending physieiau, Dr.
Anderson. :
C. S. Haney and family' returned
Thursday night from an extended trip
in the East, including ttie Jamestown
The painting of tho outside of the
Christian church was completed this
week and new flue built. The church
will be repapered next week.
Skating rink opens next Tuesday!
night. MuBic. Admission 10 cents.
Skating every Tuesday, Friday and
Saturday nights from 7 to 10.
Harlow A. Thomas of Paradise is
in town visiting his daughter Miss
Venus Thomas of the Home Telephone
company, and his sou who is attending
E. W. Rumble of Elgin visited his
mother in Joseph over Saturday and
Sunday and stopped a few hours in En
terprise Monday on his way down the
L. Borland, the Enterprise harness
dealer, has received a consignment of
handsome Black Russian Bear robes.
They are as silken and glossy as the
costliest fur, but their wearing qualities
make them economical to buy.
Miss Eva Coshow of Hood River vis
ited at the homes of W. W. White, Dr.
Ault and other friends a few days the
past week. She was teaching in a blind
school in Washington last winter, but is
going to Illinois soon to spend some
Mr9. O. M. Corkins and Miss Carmqn
Clarke were at Wallowa the latter part
of last week. Mrs. Margaret Bunnell,
who had been visiting her sister, Mrs.
Corkins, and other relatives in the
valley, returned Saturday to her home
in Portland.
J. T. Moore of tho Homestead mines
on the Snake river in Baker county was
in Enterpriso Thursday with 'Rev.
Father O'Rourke whose guest he was.
Mr. Moore, who is a representative of
Cincinnati capitalists, was looking at
mining property in Wallowa with a
possible view of purchasing.
A good sized crowd watched James
Stubblelield ride Willis Weaver's gray
pony in the corral at Shac.kleford's
barn, Tuesday. Tho pony has quite a
reputation as a bucker, but under Jim's
skillful riding it didn't do any success
ful stunts. The rider was given a purse
of $7.50 for his exhibition.
K. S. Francis of Payton, Wash.,
former resideift of this county, was in
this city and vicinity visiting relatives
and transacting business. Mr. Francis
is contemplating returning here to
reside. He was a citizen of Wallowa
county for 20 years but went to East
ern Washington about 12 mouths ago.
The O. R. & I. Co are' making a
specially of advertising some of their
best bargains each week for tho benefit
of the home peoplo. Many people
right here at home have been hea'd to
remark, after someone has purchased
a desirable property, that they would
have given that price had they known
it was for sale. This thtn is your
opportunity. Watch the News-Record.
Friends of Miss Anna Hoyt gave her a
farewell surprise at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. T. R. Akins, Monday night.
Miss Hoyt, who has been an efficient
deputy in tho office of County Recorder
French, was to leave the following day
for a visit at her old home in the East.
She was truly surprised when the
friends came in Monday evening, and
as truly delighted. A very enjoyable
evening was spent playing flinch and
other games. Refreshments were served.
The guests were Mesdames Ilanville and
Wilson; Misses Beck, Berland, Daley
and Robertson, Messrs. Fred Holmes,
Ben Weathers, S. D. Keltner and t bar
les McReynolds. Miss Hoyt left Tues
day for Oregou City where she will visit
her sister, Mrs. Humphrysi for a month
before goin east.
Assays High In
Copper and Gold
Ex-County Commissioner' II. M.
Williams and S. D. Moore of Lostine
passed through Enterprise the first of
the week on their way to the head of
Sheep creek to do assessment work on
the quart claim owned by them and J.
A. Burleigh of this city at the mouth of
Lick creek.
The rock from this claim assays high
in copper, gold and silver. They were
accompanied by Joe Clemens, deputy
game warden for this county, who is a
practical mining man. If the ore con
tinues to show as good results as it has
thus far, the shaft will be sunk to a
considerable depth.
This claim is only one of many
quartz locations on the headwaters of
the Imnaha, Sheep and other streams
in that section that are making a good
showing, and the most conservative are
now predicting a big mining boom in
southern Wallowa on the completion of
the railroad.
Services Next Sunday
Christian church : Sunday school at
10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m.; C. E. at
6:30, Mrs. Corkins leader; preaching at
7:30.- Good song service.
Mass will be said and sermon preached
in the Catholic church at 10:30 a. m.,
Rev. Father O'Rourke officiating.
Regular services every Sunday in the
M. E. church, preaching at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. by the pastor, Rev. F. G.
Potter; Sunday school at 10 a. m.; Ep
worth League 6 :30 p. m. Prayer meet
ing Thursday evenings.
Quarterly meeting was held at the M.
E. church, Sunday, and Presiding Elder
J. D. Gillian preached in the evening.
The new pastor and his wife were wel
comed. Rev. Gillian will preach at
Paradise next Sunday morning and at
Flora in the evening.
The Presbyterian church was cro ,v :ivd
Sunday afternoon by Sunday L'ch'jol
scholars and workers to attend tho
rally. County President 11. I!. Dvid-
liizer, Thomas Morgan of the Pratt
school. Mrs. W. White, Iv.v. Thorri.nion.
J. S. Kay, E. P. 11 n uplines and J. !..
Browning gave short talks. The Ald-.r
and Christian -ohoolt rendsred S'ongi.
M-ml 'i of !,U !:,
hand ha. , ,;
the Lostine band ;i
i' :''T'i:,'T ill
in 1:j'j r':-;!.'
at the county la'.r iuj vI wo, k.
The Home Independent. Telephone
central, office and shop will he moved
into the room next door to Ashley's
furniture store. They wi! start on the
removal today, Saturday.
Jas. Conliu of Iron Kpniws, khiho,
was in Enterprise the first of thfi week
and reported the loss of" three draft
horses which he says were taken from
the pastures of Fred Jensen on Saddle
creek three weeks ago.
The new high school building will
be under roof jhis. month says Con
tractor Havworth. The Fraternal
building will be completed by Novem
ber 1. The finishing lumber, burned in
the Wallowa fire, is being replaced by
the two local planing mills.
C. J. Yager, a pioneer of the Lost
Prairie country, was in town Saturday
trading with the local merchants. He
also paid a visit to County Superinten
dent Kerns an! reported that Arko
school district No. 10 was still without
a teacher.
Irvine French, young son of County
Clerk and Mrs. J. A. French, is ha iny
more than his share of ill luck l it, !. .
While playing at school he grained bt
ankle a few days ago, and oi. v.", ;'
day eyening while splitting wood the
axe struck the back of his left hand,
severing the leaders. Dr. Anderson at
tended to the wound.
Government Phone Line
The government is building a tel
ephone line to Chico primarily for the
use of the forest rangers, but persons
along the line may install a phone and
connect for a small monthly fee. Six
miles of the poles are set.
Counting Sheep
Ray Johnson came in Wednesday
with his band of 2800 sheep. They
were counted here and taken to the
winter range. Wallowa Sun.
$7500 buys the best 160 acre
ranch on Prairie Creek. 2oo
inches water. Nut a foot of waste
land; 57 acres alfalfa and timo
thy. Extra good outbuildings of
ail kinds, new barn, abundance of
shade trees. Some one will buy
this in the next 30 days. Will it
be you? O. R. & I. CO.
Leather Goods
My Stock ' is the largest in
this section of the state, and
"most important of all is the
personal element entering
into the make-up of my goods.
It is something to me that
the product of my shop shall
be rjght." Call in and let
me show you around.
L. Berland
Enterprise - Oregon
Enterprise mill is paving: Wheat 10
o bu., oats $1 per cwt., rye 90,! cwt., I ;sr
ley 83o cwt.
Flour sells at $1.25 a saok, shorts $J0
and bran $15 a ton.
Merchants aro paying 75c cwt. for
potatoes, and l to 2c for apples.
No change in retail price for fruit.
Onions 4c a lb.
Ranch butter 25c, creamery 35c, eggs
New Arrivals
The last seven days wero boy woek in
Enterprise, and the proud aud happy
fathers wore much in evidence. See
this record:
A son was born to the wife of James
A. Funk, Thursday, September 2fi.
A son was born to the wife of Rev.
M. J. Thompson, Saturday, September
A son was horn to tho w ife of Charles
Zurcher, Sunday, September 29.
A sou was bru t t ie . '
Gailey, Fri lay, October 3.
Senil the NiVij-Kecord to an
o'tsir-rn friend. Two months for
'25 rents.
Thirty Days
If you want a tailor-made
Huit we are prepared to
take your order from thn
"old reliable" ROYAL
If you want, a coat for
yiour wife, we have a large
assortment of the latest
styles from which to select.
' A v.) ':f,)K
liOlltS UlMj Sll-.t.S, )i.v. ... .
find your fit at our store.
We also keep constantly
on hand a full stock of
Building Paper, Nails, Doors and
Windows, etc.
Preparatory to moving in
to our new quarters we are
offering SPECIAL BAR
GAINS for the next 30
days in almost every line.
Call, get our prices and be