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    Saturday Edition
TIE NEWS4
ALL THE OFFICIAL
NEWS OF WALLOWA
COUNTY IN ' THE N-B
ALL THE NEWS WHILE
11 IS" NEWS TWICE-A-WEEK
NEWS' RECORD
TWELFTH YEAR. NO." 42. '
ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1910.
CITY OFFICIAL PAPER
TwiceaWeek
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Cent word single Insertion, 1
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oenis a wera I inseruona. - ayeum
rates by month and year. :'
FOR RENT.
Residence property and business
room fof rent, 'available now.- E. M.
&' M. Co. 1 42btf
FOR 8ALE.
Lota la Troy townslte. Your choice
at one-third off during fair week
and until October 31, making pric
es from $15 up to $70. Special sale
limited to 25 lota. H. B. Merryman,
Enterpriee, Oregon. Will ' be at' Troy
October 6, 7 and 8. 42b4
SHEAHAN AND COOLEY
NEW LAW FIRM'S STYLE.
Attorney D. W. Sheahan of this
city has taken Into partnership A.
S. Cooiey, lately of Wallowa. " Mr.
Cooley has moved to Enterprise
and ib now delving into, the books
and work In thleShahan offices on
West Main street. He is a young
man who hae already gained a repu
tation for being well grounded in the
law, of being a "careful counselor and
successful' ' trial ' lawyer. He ' is a
man of high character and he and
his estimable .wife are sure of a
cr.rdlal welcome here.
The senior member of the firm,
Mr; Sheahan, is too well known all
over this and adjoining counties) to
require an. Introduction. His en
viable fame as a safe counselor and
great success in general practice
has brought him a large and lucra
tive business, so large Indeed as
to necessitate his securing help,
and he believes he haa chosen "wisely
In associating Mr. Cooleyi with him.
Can' locate man on good homestead
7 miles- from Enterprise, 60 acres
good) plow land, all in body. Plen
ty of water. Daniel Boyd.
Oakeg carries a full line of Lowe
Brothers' Paints. 108tf '
HOT LAKE MAKES
SICK PEOPLE ILL
LARGEST ' SANATORIUM IN
NORTHWEST DESCRIBED'
DAIRY HERDS.
Hot Lake, Sept. 22 We have all
heard of sanatoriums, but few of us
really appreciate just all that is meant
by the term. Even after we have been
made to understand that it is a place
where sick people are restored to their
proper health, unless we have had an
the dignity of a sanatorium in the true
sense of the woxd.
The Hot Lake Sanatorium represents
the acme of modern science bo far as
an institution of healing- is concerned.
It is replete with every appliance and
equipment that scientific experience
has found to be useful in caring for the
sick. The sanatorium building, is of
modern design, 600 feet long and three
stories high. The bath house is con
nected with the main building, there
fore patients never leave the building
and consequently run no risk of taking
cold after bathing. The Hot Lake San
atorium is so named because of the fact
that it is situated on the bank of a
steaming lake that is formed by the
waters of the mammoth boiling spring
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opportunity to visit a sanatorium and
become familiar with such an institu
tion, are apt to take a great deal for
granted and place the sanatorium in
the ordinary hospital class, , losing sight
of the real significance.
In order that readers may have a
correct idea of what a modern sanator
ium is, the following description of the
Hot Lake Sanatorium is published as
it offers a really interesting article and
at the same time places readers in pos
session of facts sufficient to enable them
to determine the qualifications neces
sary to an institution before it arises to
that daily flows nearly three million
gallons of highly mineralized water at
a temperature of 208 degrees. The
water from this spring not only fur
nishes the bath with water and heat;
but also heats the entire sanatorium
building. This spring has long been
known to contain curative properties,
and under expert medical supervision
the cures effected are truly wonderful;
Nearly a score -f trained assistants
look after the patients in the bath
house and every attention is accorded
the bathers possible. Here, as else-
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REAL ESTATE DEALS
MADE IN GROSSMAN
WILLIAM STACE SELLS FORTY
i rriR snnn mum i unu .
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. TRADES HOMESTEAD.
Promise, Sept. 18 Wm. Stace has
sold 'the forty he haa been living
on stace he bought it a few years
ago of Henry Thomson. There Is
scarcely any timber on it but it
is good land with considerable un
der cultivation and a good young or
chard. A man from Pomeroy, Wash
bought the place and expects to.
make a fruit ranch of it. Mr.
Stace will giv possession soon and
move again on his homestJead which
adjolna the 40 he sold. The con
sideration was $800, and the buyer
told him when the deal was closed
he would have glveni $1000 for it, just
as quick if he hai asked lit.
Mrs. Clemens had the misfortune
to losb another horse recently. She
lost one about a year ago:
P. C. Henderson has returned
from Freewater ,where he attended
camp meeting. He reporU himself
"satisfied," not only with the meet
ing but with hl woodland home.
Mr. Stace hurt his hand quite ser
iously lately and as blood poison
was threatening, Mr. Petersen took
htai out to the doctor's' last week.
John Lyon has traded Ma home
stead for Andy Petersen's 40 of well
Improved land, considerable of which
Is In fruit and grass. Mr. Lyon
gets also the furniture, farmi imple
ments and horses, beside $200 to
cash. Mr. Petersen expects to b'e in
the valley this winter and' perhaps
make a trip to New Mexico.
Japalac, varnish stains, linseed oil
at Burnaugh & .May field's
FARMERS ARBITRATE.
During the dry upell, Mr. Klefler,
who lives on the Bridwell farm
uear Lostine, was burning brush.
The fire 1 got beyond control and
burned some tre98 in Mr. Avery's
orchard. The damage was recently
settled by arbitration, Mr, Avery re
ceiving $165 for hl trees Thafbeato
a lawsuit.
Offers to Ride Any Horse.
The fair board has engaged L.
V. Minor of Wallowa, the noted
broncho buster, and his dare-devil
riding will-be an additional ' attrac
tion, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
if ternbons. He offers to ride any
Ucrne.
Much Interest lit
Singing Contest
Big Event of School Children' Day
Will Provet thej Popular)
HiV
Saturday Is school children's day
at the fair and the largest crowd of
the entire week will be present. All
the regular attractions, will be re
peated, the auction sales, high
dive, broncho busting, racing, and in
addition the girls' riding contest.
high school football game, and above
all the singing co'.iteat. .
Everbody likes to hear' a little
3lrl silng, and everybody and falls' cous
ins are going to be on the ground
vhoo the contest for the $10 first
prize, offered, by the Enterprise
Real Estate company, and $5 sec
ond and $2.50 third prizes are decid
ed! The contest la open to anyi gilrl
12 years of age or younger, who to
a member of a Wallowa countyi Sun
day school.
There will be a record breaking
crowd in Enterpriee that day.
BIG ADDITION TO
ENTERPRISE
MILL
NEW AND COSTLY MACHINERY
BEING ADDED ALSO
BY E. M. 4, M. CO.
A large addition ls being addled to
the east end of the E. M. & M. Co.
flouring mill and two ne.w machines
are being Installed. .
The 'addition! is 24x40 feet" in size
and da two stories,, or 22 feet high.
It will be used' for additional bin
room and storage, with a capacity
of 21,120 cubical feet. T. E. Hud
son la In charge of the building oper
ations, with Fred' Calvin as assistant.
The new machinery includes an
up-todate ' scouring , machine, and
the latest improved patem of the Mis-
stag' Link. " The latter is a machine
for working the granules, making the
grade of flour more uniform. Few
country m Ilia are equipped wJth this
splendid machine, but the proprietors
of the Enterprise ' mill never spare
expense when It comes to equipment
that will still further improve its
output.
The E.' M. A M. mill today is a
model and la easily the leading mill
In ' this 'part of the state In equip
ment as .well as quality of it product.
100 HEAD OF HOG 8TOCK 1
AT", PUBLIC AUCTION-'
We will sell at public sale In
Wallowa on Saturday, Oct. 8, 100
head of high' ' class Duroc Jersey'
breeding " Btock,'- also a few extra
good Poland China sows,
, No better loti will! be sold lni Wal
lowa county this. fall. Sample of
our stock .will We on exhibition, at:
the fair lni Enterprise. t '.
42a3 C. Murdock & Son. '
STETSON AND GORDON
HATS. HANSON, RIP0N
AND H0DKINS GLOVES
HOLEPROOF HOSIERY
BALL BRAND RUBBERS
AND BOOTS
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You Are Here To Have a Good Time, So Cut Loose and Have
All the Fun You Can. The Town is Yours.
Of course you will want to see everything worth seeing; don't pass up our big
store. After a few looks around you can't see any other store but W. J. FUNK
. & CO., the decorated building on the corner; just follow thecrowd, youcan't missit.
LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN
WALLOWA COUNTY. SEEING IS BELIEVING.
Come in and look through our big store; Our Fall and Winter goods are now all
in the store and well displayed. The home of style. Extra help and good service
assured. You will need some new togs, let us show you the things that are new
and up-to-date. We carry only reputable lines of merchandise in all departments.
The kind of goods we can stand behind and back up to make good if they go
wrong. Don't you like to trade with a concern who does that? Make our store
your headquarters during fair week. FREEH! Ladies this is for you!! Welcome
to our rest room we have provided for your comfort. Toilet and large comfort
able rest room, couch, easy chairs, hot and cold water, clean towels and toilet accessories.
REDFERN, BON ' TON.
ROYAL WORCESTER
AND WARNER BROS. COR
SETS. ADLER CLOTHES
Our Store Will Be Open Until 9 o'clock Every Evening.
W. J. FUNK & COMPANY
Always Up-to-date
THE QUALITY STORE
ENTERPRISE, OREGON
Never a minute behind
PACKARD NAP-A-TAN.
AND CUTTER LOGGER
SHOES. LADIES UTZ
DUNN SHOES.