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About The news=record. (Enterprise, Wallowa County, Or.) 1907-1910 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1910)
BIG COUNTY FAIR
NOW IN FULL SWING
GREATEST EXHIBIT OF FRUIT,
VEGETABLES AND LIVESTOCK
EVER IN EASTERN
Thousands of Visitor Enthusiastic
Over Splejndid Grounds and
. Daily Program. "
Forenoon Stock sale.
Afternoon Four horse .team hitch
ing contest for $33 prize.
Boys furrow plowing contest.
Single driver contest.
First day of Big Relay Race.
Harness ho.se race.
Free exhlbl Ion.
Lecture by O. A. C. professor.
THURSDAY UNION COUNTY DAY
Forenoon Stock sales.
Afternoon. Packing contest.
Baking contest by girls.
Driving team contest
Second day of relay race.
Three eights mile dash.
Lecture by O. A. C. professor.
FRIDAY CANDIDATES DAY.
Forenoon Stock Sales.
Free exhibition. . :
Afternoon Pulling contest. .
Conclusion of relay race.
One-half ml!e free for all.
Speeches by Candidates.
8ATURDAY SCHOOL DAY.
Forenoon- Stock a!es.
Free exhibition. ' ' ;,
Afternoon Sineimg contest.
Girls riding contest.
Football game, Wallowa coun
ty and La Grande high
Fres exhibition. ;
c'tict- make a fine showing.
And the crowds are here, and ev
erybody l enjoying the splendid
entertainment given by the fair
There was a big Tuesday crowd.
'21 C. Dorrance won the B. M. &
M contest of plowing. There were
two entries; prize, steel beam J. I
Burt Cole's Fleetfoot won. the
quarter mile dash, Frank Pierce's
Tom Thumb second.
Mrs. Jack TIppetts won the v.
R. Holmes $10 prize as best laay
Jidge Tlppett3 won the L. Berland
$5 priza as best gentleman rider.
There are two ble free exhibi
tions each day from these four-
Slide for Life, Barrel Jump, Trapeze
Act, Strong V.sni. The high diver
went back on hi contract after get
ting transportation. The fair man-.
agement at big expense Immediately
sot the other acts which more than
make up for the Diver's non-appear
All the candidates on both tick
ets promised to be here Friday if
successful and the successful ones
have been wired to come without
fail' Bowerman, Lafferty, West,
Crawford, Miller, et al.
UNION COUNTY DAY.
A big special train of 10 or more'
coachea will bring da hundreds of
Union county people Thursday. The
train, will leave La Grande at 7:20
8 ' The Greatest Snap In irrigated Land ' ; B
The greatest and best county fair
ever held In Eastrn Oregon, Is the
verdict of visitors who saw the Union
and Umatilla fairs la their best
days, . . ' '
The splendid grounds vhd ' fine
buildings are the admiration of alL
Enterprise has more than done her
The town ' Itself has- on hor
best clothes. The business1 houses
are" profusaly yet tastefully decora
ted, and strings of electric lights, on
the principal streets make a beautl
fu" night scene. '
The show of live -stock, especi
ally horses, is a credit 'to the state.
Tui fruit is superb. All1 farm pro-
Wallowa County and La Grande
high schools play football Saturday
afternoon on the fair grounds.
The sugar beet harvest Is on lai
earnest, the. first carload going out
Monday. The crop la first-class both
In quality and quantity. By next
week a couple of hundred men will
be employed In the harvesting, haul
ing, loading, etc.
' All seasonable fruits
found here. Also the
finest shipment of For
eign and Domestic
Cheese ever in the city
With the en t i r e,
' stock kept brand
. new at' the: lowest
prices the quality of
goods can besold for
All Hats, Shoes and
Gloves at Cost while
An excellent quality o? coal
at a conservative price.
Lay in the winter
' . supply now.
Riley s Rttey's
The Church of Christ, Glfford Er
nest, minister: Subject of sermon,
Sunday morning. . Oct. 2. "What
I Shall we Preach?" subject of even
, lug sermon. "Christ or Jesus?"
Evenlmg service begin at 7:30 here
after; and the morning services will
begin promptly at 11. "Bible school
at 9: Id. Lhilstlan Endeavor at 6:30.
i'ii3 will I' conjuration service.
CATTLE BRING $4.50,
Chandler shipped seven cars of
cattle from Enterprise, Tuesday, to
the Portland Union Stockyards. They
were a fine lot of steers and cows
from Lower Imnaha, and brought 4 Mi
When lu town como In and see
Durham, the jeweler. He repairs
everything except a broke man. and
the break of day. 41a3
.. CHURCH PLANS MISLAID.
In some way a copy of the blue
' prints and specifications of the
I new Baptist church has been mislaid
or lost. Any one having or finding
, them will please return them to
Rev. W. II. Gibson.
j "Can be depended upon" Is an ex
i presBton we all like to bear, aui
j when It. Us used in connection with
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dl
. arrhoca Remedy. It means that It
never fails to cure diarrhoea, dysen
tery or bowel complaints. It is
pleasant to take and equally valu
able for children and ad alts. Sold
by Burnaugh ft May field and all
Charllo McAnulty, while practicing
for the relay race, Tuesday evening,
broke his log between the knee and
ankle. He was making , quick dis
count . to change horses .when.' the
saddle turned, throwing him to the
grounu. . . ' 'i I
and Sales Stable
BaKer & Smith, Proprietors
Fair treatment to everybody. Bus meets all trains 10 cts
Commercial Trade a Specialty. -First
Class Rigs. Phone Orders Carefully Followed
Horses Bought and Sold . .
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Feed For Sale .... Open Day and Night
Pure Bred Black Percheron Stallion at this barn for service
Offered In the Last Five Years
In Wallowa County
720"acre ranch, (? 1-2 miles from Enterprise; 400 acres irrigable,
75 acres more tillable, balance pasture land fenced and cross
fenced; good house and outbuildings, 'telephones, mail service
three times a week; 300 acre?, in cultivation, some timdthy, some,
alfalfa, soil from 2 feet to 15 feet deep 250 acres will produce 2
to 4 tons of timothy to acre, rest of irrigated land, fine alfalfa land
you can raise 50 bushels wheat to the acre on this ranch has
produced 100 bu. oats to the acre Can not be excelled for hog,
horse and cattle ranch. If you don't want it all, we will cut it up
in 240 acre tracts, take the one you want. Look at the Price,
$35.oo per acre, easy terms at 8 per cent. This is good for few
Snap Number 2 -
200 acre hill ranch, 75 acres in cultiva
tion, has produced 35 bushels of wheat
to the acre, 72 bushels oats to the acre
2 good springs, 60 acres more can be
cultivated, small House, fenced, pasture
fenced with hog tight wire, 12 miles
from town: mower, rake, stacker, har
row, mowing machine all go with
place at $16 per acre, plenty of outside
range. , :
fl- . ' - '
Snap Number 3 :
160 acres hilf ranch, 6 miles from town
50 acres in fall wheat on summer fal
low land, should produce from 35 to
40 bushels to the acre. 75 or SO acres
more can be cultivated, fenced and cross
fenced, good barn, email house, good
well of water, price $4500. : .
Snap Number i
' 8 business lots on Main street just west
of Ashley's fine new business corner,
with 7 room house, shade trees, gran
ary, buggy shed, chicken house, coal
'bin, wood house, cellar, barn for 6 head
of stock, will hold five tons of hay; only
Snap Number 5
Fine brick business building on Main -street,
lot 30x110, rents for $420 a
year, only $3500.
Snap Number 6
Fine business lot with frame building,
center of business . district, with two
good billiard tables, will bring $25 per
month rent, price $2250. ,
: Snap Number
, .Only 5 lots left in Alder Yiew -Addition
of 50 lots!. One lot at $175, 3 at $200,
and 1 at $300," this ltt is 75x180.
Spring Creek runs through' back part of
lot. Some of these'lots can be bought
at $10 down and $10 per month.
Enterprise will make a town of 5,000 people in five, years because
it has a vast irrigated country, finest sheep, horse, cattle and hog
country in the Northwest, extensive mining district, and millions
of feet of standing timber tributary to it; No where can you buy
irrigated land so cheap or find such snaps in town property.
BUY NOW these bargains are for Fair. Week only.
YE) ' 1
100 HEAD OF HOG STOCK
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
Wo will Mil at public sale In
Wallowa on Saturday, Oct. 8, 100
head of high class Duroc Jersey
breeding stock, also a few extra
good Poland China sows.
- No better lot will be sold In Wal
lowa county thin fall. Sample of
our stock .will be on exhibition at
the fair In Enterprise. ,
. 42a3 C. M unlock & Son.
A. Levy of San Francisco came
In Monday on his annual visit.
X L. Q. HOLLAND, ; M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
J . Office In Litch Building.-
J Telephone Connection. '
An Awful Eruption .
of a volcano excites brief Interest,
and your Interest in skin eruptions
will be as shoit, K you use Buok
len's Arnica Salve, their quickest
cure. Even the worst bolls, ulers,
or fever sores are soon healed by
It. Best for burne. cuts, bruises, sore
i lips,, chapped hands, chilblains and
piles. It glve3 Instant relief. 2a
ceuria at all druggists, - '
Attorney D. W. Sheahan and O. M.
Catkins wnt io La Grande Monday
on a land contest case.- '- '
Peter Flicker, erswniie mayor and
chief factotum of Troy, but who how
resides at Bartlett, .was here Mon
day on his way to the Round-Up at
Pendleton, where he enters the bron
cho busting con'esU for Dutchmen
weighing over 250 pounds-.
For AU KinJi of '
do not fail to call on , .
N. B.-Low Broa,' PatnU
Wallowa County Title &
"M Mm ItHMtlUIIMim
Mrs. Jacob ' Wllinert, Lincoln, IU.,
found he . way back to perfect
heslth. She writes: . "I suffered
with kidney trouble and backache
and my appetVe was very poor at
times. A few weeks . ago I got Fo
ley's Kidney Fills and gave Uiem
a fair trial. They gave ne great
reiief, so eon!trjed till now 1 am
again In perfect health." -Burnaugh
. Mayficld. .
A. C. MILLER, President
Office in ComDanv's nw brick hnilr!
new Court House, Oldest and most complete abstract Dlant t
in countv. Ahstractj nf tirlA fntmicVia n..4i.. j f
------ - vtuuiyuy tmucneap-
ly. Insurance written in largest and strongest companies
Money Loaned at very Lowest Current Rates -
The City Planing' Mill
W. F. RANKIN, Proprietor
2 Carries & complete stock of rough and dressed
lumber. - j . .
A line of standard mouldings always in stock.
Satisfactory Mill WorK a Specialty
Five per oont discount for oaah. Ml aoeounta baUnc4
t expiration f 80 daya and Bettled ky eaah or note.
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