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ALL THE OFFICIAL
NEWS OF WALLOWA
COUNTY. IN THE N-R
ALL THE NEWS WHILE
11 IS NEWS TWICE-A-WEEK
ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1910.
CITY OFFICIAL PAPER
Cent a word single insertion, 1
unit a word 2 insertion a. Special
rates by month and year. '
Suit of clothes, and pair of low shoes.
Lost between Joseph and' head of
lake July 4. Finder' leave with
Marx at Enterprise. Reward. 20tf
To the party ,who borrowed the
five tooth cultivator from Will Zur
cher's bam In Enterprise. ' Please
return the same at once.' ' ' i
20U1 . H.! Best, Owner. 1
The legal firm of Burleigh &
Eoyd, . composed of Daniel Boyd
and J. A. Burle'gh, has1 been dis
solved by mutual consent, and the
members of the firm will continue
the practice' alone. Mr. Boydf will
continue to maintain his' office in
hi3 own building on Main street.
Mr. Burleigh will occupy a suit of
rooms in the new Litch building.
EPWORTH LEAGUE ELECTS
OFFICERS FOR ENSUING YEAR.
The Epworth League of the M. .E.
church has elected the following of
' fleers for the ensuing year, and) has
outlined some pracucau worn lo u
' done, . .. .
President, Geo, ,D. Clayton; 1st
vice-president, Jessie Robertson; 2d
vice-president, Edna Chambers; 3rd
vice-president, Grace Wood;. 4th
vice-president, Cora Berland; secre
tary, Bessie Wlllgerodt'; , Treasurer,
blcfield; organist, Jennie Berland.
Social and business meetings! will
be held each month.
PURCHASE JEWELRY 8TORE
OF MARTIN LARSEN.
The undersigned has purchased
the entire Jewe".ry stock of Martin
Larsen and Co., and the business ts
open for everything In the jewelry
and repair line.. AH kinds of re
pair work neatly and promptly done,
and guaranteed. Plating done and
guaranteed. All watches, clocks, etc.,
Bold, repaired and guaranteed.
- W. H. DURHAM.
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n ' -Ix - tuiv.caLci uiscis arc me truest expression 01 every corset virtue tne nignest acnievement iu mc q
CI art of modern corsetry.. Every wearer of the Royal Worcester Corset is the proud possessor of a wealth of
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SOME OF THE
FAIR COMMITTEE "ON THE JOB"
WITH A VIM AND
That the failr commiitte is strictly
'on the job," and that practically
the whole county is responding to
:he hard work and excellent solicit
ing that is being done, is patent to
any one who will call at A. C. Mil-
r's office and hear the people talk
fair. The special cash premiums
.hat are being offered byt many will
open the eyes of the contestants
wide. Just to mention one or two
at this time, the following wild be, of
Interest; ' '
Jay Dobbin and neighbors will
give a cash prize of 135.00 to the
contestant who harnesses and hitch
es to a wagon a four-horse team
the quickest and with the neatest
dispatch; Everything by way of neat
ness will, enter into the wlnntag of
the premium. That is, the buckles
must be all properly bucldled, 'the
lines and 'various straps untwisted,
and everything' about the act com
plete and neat. '
j W. C. Dorrance will offer a cash
prize of $25.00 tothe girl under 18
years who will bake the best. pan of
biscuits, and do it ' the quickest.
The mixing of the dough and) putting
the biscuits in the pan and the bak
ing of them, must be done om the
gruond, in full view of the spectat
ors. This is an excellent prize and
the fact that it will be competed
for on the fairgrounds before all
who care to see it, adds to the gen
eral interest Moreover dt gives
the girls of Wallowa county under
18 years an' opportunity to win 26.00
Our up-to-date -creamery man, J.
W. Bickford, will give a cash prize
of $25.00 for the best milch cow on
the ground. The cow ts to be
milked on the fair grounds and the
milk tested there, and the percentage
Of butter ' fat' there obtained. This
win interest every dairyman in the
Style, Health, Comfort and Symmetry
and grace about all. Royal Worcester Corsets which appeals to your finer tastes
and excites your admiration and fancy. Royal .Worcester Cor
sets are absolutely without a rival, each model an original con
ception of surpassing excellence in every detail.
Prices, $1.50 to $3.00
Scores of other special prizes will
be given for scores of other attrac
tions.' These special prizes will be
given to the readers of this paper
from time to time.. Watclu for them.
Every one will bo an 1 opportunity
for some one in the county to win a
Jtlg handful of money.
OF P. INSTALLATION
LAST FRIDAY NIGHT.
The Enterprise K. P. lodge instal
led officers last Friday, n'lght as fol
lows, W. E. Taggart, O. M. Galley
and C. M. Lockwaod holding over:
C. C. G. W. Franklin, V. C.
H. Lj Browning,' Prelate Henry A.
Thomas, K. of, R. and S W. E.
Taggart, M. of F. G. M. Galley, M.
of E. C. M. Lockwood, M. of W.
T. M. Dill, M. at A. S. F. Pace,
I. G. Geo. Law, O. G Fred Zum
walt." .. ."
The installation was held in Fra
New Town Plat ,
Is Now Accepted
Lpstjn Townfsite Struggle Culmin
ates In Plat That la
The struggle bver the new town
site at Lostlne ha3 resulted) in the
platting of a new town, to be known
as Evans near the 0. R. & N sta
tion there. ,. The plat was presented
to the county court, and accepted.
The county ctoik was ordered to
record ' the plat.
Considerable effort has been ex
pended, pro and con, over the mat
ter by Lostiue residents. Just what
effect, If any, the new town of Ev
ans will have upon the city of Los
tlueremalns to be seen, although
to the- casual observer the roost
logical outcome will be the growing
together of the two places. Any
thing that aids iaii the' settlement of
the one. will' aid' in the settlement of
he oher. , "
G. , I. Rate lift is closing out his''
entire stock of-musical Instruments,
consisting of organs, violins, guitars,
banjos, accordians, etc., at cost.
n a a a a q a a a eti
JOHN ANTHONY ROAD STILL
HEDGED BY CONTENDING .'
The most important matters up
before the" county court this week,
at least so far asm any of the ranch
ers are concerned, were those per
taining to the several new roadways
that have been projected. Among
these the O. F. Mays road at Los
tine was ordered opened. The E.
H. TuWey road near Wallowa was
ordered opened. The G. F. Lindley
road at Flora was ordered opened.
John Anthony Road.
The John Anthony road Is still in
the thoes of its struggle. The gist
of the mater is that the ranchers
wish the road openedl while the Palm
er Lumber company make the claim
that opening the road will injure
their lumber property to the ex
tent of some $5,000. Up for hear
ing before the county court, the
lumber' comapny's interests' ware
represented' by Attorney Jrio. S.
Hodgln of La Grande and' the. ranch
ers' . Interests were maintained by
Attorney D. W. Sheahan of this
city. The viewers' report was ac
cepted and the final order relating
to the road was continued.
The John McDonald road near
Wallowa was also heard. The view
ers ' report was accepted and the
final order continued.
ORATORS OF THE DAY
IN WALLOWA COUNTY.
Circuit Judge Knowles wa orator
of the day at Josdph, the Fourth of
July, and delivered one of the strong
'3st addresses on the theme of na
tional liberty that everhas been de
livered in the county The Judge's
pleasing manner as well as his na
tural eloquence and ready speech
lis well known, but in his Fourth! of
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July discount's he was at nia oesi
and did himself proud. ',
Hon. J. P. Rusk, accompanied by
Mrs. Rusk, attended! the celebration
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at Troy. Mr. and Mrs. Rusk reside
at Joseph.. At Troy Mr. Rusk was
orator of the day, and although
Troy had many excellent features in
her celebration, Mr. Rusk's address ,
was the star number of the day's
events. Everybody in attendance
was pleased with the masterly
handling of the theme, with the
hitting of the deaila from new angles,
and with the general well rounded ef
fort. Practically the whole north
residence of the county attended
at Troy, and. all expresesdl deep sat
isfaction over the address.
Mayor J. A. Burleigh of Enterprise
was orator of the day at, Elgin,
where he made friends and admir
ers of every one who heard him. .
Mayor Burleigh Is a forceful and
exceedingly! pleasant speaker, always
of the ability to entertain his audi
ence while he Instructs It. Mayor
Burleigh 1 conceded by all who
know him to be a man of big,
bright future, and he merits it by
his ability and hl integrity.
Two Games at
Ralr Irvtieirfer! Wlh One Game
Ent,qrprlsa Wlna the Oth-
er Handi Dowa
Two games of bail, one last Mon
day and one lastWednesday, were
played between the Enterprise and
Joseph league teams, at Joseph. Mon
day's game was stopped by 'rain in
the fifth inning, when the score
stood 3 to 2 in Joseph's favor. The
end of thegame, of course, would
have found the score tunned about,
and with ease, as was verified by
the second game, played Wednesday.
In Wednesday's game the Enter
prise team arrived there In ah auto,
and although it was late when the
game was called, the Enterprise
team came forth victors to the ex
tent of 15 to 2. The score- merely
prophesies what the score' would
have been in Monday's game, had It
been playeti to the finish. But, of
course, Joseph was not responsible
for the rain, while she was . strictly
responsible for the fifth inning score
of 3 to 2 In her favor and we can
all be happy over lit.
Sunday the Enterprise team meets
La Grande at La Grande. That we
will win the game, every Enterprise
fan bellevs. That we won't is said
to be sort of suspicioned' byi all' the
La Grande fans. Well, we'll win,
any way. ' ' ' ' ' '
RANCHERS) TAP SILVER
CREEK FOR WATER.
W, C. Murray has Just returned
from a trip' over the mountains
where he and some'of his neighbor
ing ranchers on the Slope have sur
veyed a water way from SUver
Creek, through a canyon to this
side of the range. The object will
be to tap Silver Creek and put
the water on this side for irrigating
purposes. Mr. Murray found that
the matter could readily be effected,
and work was begun, 1 as stated,
the survey having been made.' ''
Cartill Banking Insurts th Saftty of Df posits."
Depositor! Have That Guarantee at
WALLOWA NATIONAL BANK
OF ENTERPRISE, OREGON
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We Do a General Banking Business.
Exchange Bought and Sold on
All Principal Cities.
Geo. W. Hyatt, President
Geo. H. Craig, Vice President
Geo .8. Ckaio Geo.' W. Hyatt Mattie a. Holmes
J. H. Dobbin " " . ' W. R. Holmes ;
293 acres Alder Slope, $23,000.00
80 acres Alder Slope, $ 8,000.00
160 acres Ml land, about six miles out, $2, 000. 00
320 acres, 12 miles out, $3,200.00 ' '
City UoU, 3100 to $300
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Residence Property, $050 to $3,000
Fire Insurance Surety Bond Live Stock Insurance
W. E TAGGART, The Pioneer Real Estate Mad.
ENTERPRISE, ':' :. : : OREGON
BOTH PARTICIPANTS BOUND
OVER ONE MAN A3 PROSE
The shooting scrape between Hen-;
y Aldrlch and Jesse Halley, July 3,
at tne lake, .resulted In a prelimin
ary hearing Wednesday, after: which
Henry Aldrich was bound pvef' iU
the sum of 1 1200 to await) the action
of the grand Jury, and Jesse Halley
was placed under 9500 bonds as a
prosecuting witness'.' ' Both nieni were
brought to Enterprise.' " ' ''
The fight Is said to have occurred
near a refreshment stand at the
head of the lake, July 3rd. It was
testified' to in the hearing that Al
drich and Halley had some words
whereupon Halley la alleged to have
atruck Aldrlch across the' head with
a lemon squeezer. Aldrlch is alleged
to have secured a pistol and fined,
wounding Halley la theright shoulder.
Both men are virtually strangers
In Wallowa county, probably hav
ing been attracted here by the cele-
brat Ion at the" head of the lake.
Prosecuting Attorney T. M. Dill ap
peared tor the state in the prelim
inary hearing, before Judge Smith,
and Attorney Daniel Boyd for ' the
defendant, Aldrich. ' In that Judge
Knowles has sent word that the 'c lis
cult court will convene next Tues
day, it is probable that the hearing
will be had practically at once.
BURNED OVER TIMBER
MAY BE MADE USEFUL.
Portland, July 5 The outcome of
an experiment to be tried with burn
ed over timber in Coos County by
the Santa Fe railroad will be watched
with interest throughout the Pacific
Northwest If succesful,. It will
mean that large areas of forest, form
erly considered! useless, will become
valuable for the burned-over timber
Vet remaining. The Santa Fe has
contracted for 1200 cedar piling
from such a tract in Coos county,
if the charred piling proves a success
much more of the same material will
be bought by the Santa Fe and a
wide market will be found for this
now apparently worthless timber.
SUNDAY 8ERVICE8. .
, M. E, Church.
The W. C. T. U. will meet at, the
M. E. Church" Friday at 2:30 p. m.
Morning -.service at the M. E.
church next Sunday at, 11 a, to.
Epworth League at 7 p. m.
Union services at the Presbyter
ian church at 8 p. m. Sermon by
Rev. C. E. Truebolod.
Prayer meeting Wednesday even
ing. Topic: "Patriotism' Against
Intoxicating Liquors! This '' meet
ing should fce attended by all who
are Interested! in the coming issue:
Christian Endeavor Sunday evening
at 6:30. ' '' '
Preaching Lord's Day morning af
ter the Bible School hour.
" , Glfford Ernest, Pastor.
W. R. Holmes, Cashier
A. J. Boehmer, Ami. Cashier