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ALL THE OFFICIAL
NEWS OF WALLOWA
COUNTY IN THE NH
all The new while
11 It NEWS TWICE.
AWEEK NEWS RECORD
ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTYT, OREGON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1910.
TWELFTH YEAR. NO. 48.
CITY OFFICIAL PAPER
1 Cent a' word single Insertion, 1
cenUa word 2 Insertions. Special
rates by month and year.. .
Suit case, . Imitation leather, shows
"considerable usage. Contents: " Spy
glass, uit of underwear (brown),
blue tie, black feit hat, box of cart
ridges, bottle , half fuU of turpen
tine (Elgin, Oregon, druggist's label
on bottle.) - Owner can have same
by proving property and . paying for
this notice. Edgar Marvin,, Sheriff.
CITY AND COUNTY BRIEFS.
JVC. Ellis of Doty, Wash., who had
been running a separator for his
cousin, Julian. Ellis of Alder Slope,
left for hi home Friday.
The old Star laundry building has
been moved by Fred Wagner to-a
lot on North River street .where K
. win be fixed over into a residence.
Geo'. S. Craig returned Thursday
from Lewiston. He left hto son-in-law,
H. C. Mahaffey, somewhat im
pioved, but S.U11 a very slick man.
( -'Mr. and Mrs. M Larsen and
' daughter, Rhoda-Wood, leave Sun
day for Haines, where Mr. Larson
will opea a Jewelry store, and the
family will make their home.
. Little Unis and Ronald: Henderson
went to La Grande,"- Friday, where
they ' will " meet their father, L. C.
Henderson, . and proceed to their
new home at Pasco. Mrs. Hender
son, will follow la'er, : -
RUNS HIS OWN MACHINE.
' F. I. Vergere Is no longer driver
tor the Baker & Smith auto, and
persons desiring to .hire same are
requesited to pho.ie direct to the, En
terprise Livery. ; Mr. Smith handles
the machine and is a" first-class
driver. ' ' " ', ' .
. ' .MarriagarLicenaea.
, Oct. 12 Roy Horner, 26,' stock
raiser. Enterprise; Ottle Poulson, 19,
."Enterprise. - ..-
n uar stock is clean ana
new. We buy often j -j ?'v
ana keep ngnt up wira
the style. We have .
all the staples too. Can
fit anybody. : ,- . .
n THE QUALITY STORE
NOMINEES FOR STATE OFFICES
VISITS FOUR TOWNS IN ONE s
' Oswald West Democratic can
didate for governor, spent a stren
uous day in. 'the valley Wednesday,
coming in from La Grando In an auto,
spending over aa. hour at. Wallowa,
another hour at Lostlne, made a
speech in the streets at Joseph and
got supper? then- 'came to Enter
prise and delivered an address to
in audience that filled ' the . court
room. He .was accompanied by W.
T. .- Slater, '.nominee , for -supreme
Judge;. Hugh McLaln, running for
railroad commissioner; ' Turner Oli
ver, nominee for f secretary of state.
: T. A .Rlnehart of La Grande, ana
it. A. Watson of the Portland Jour-
nal. ;-' '.' ,.. "':
S. F. Pace, J. A. French, D. W
Sheahan and W. C. Boatman met
he Visitors at Wallowa and acted as
sscort in the whirlwind campaign.
Mr. French, candidate for represen
tative, spoke at Lostine and Joseph.
Mr. yWest is not an orator and
does not claim .to be, but he makes
a 'straightforward sSaslijle talk, and
prom.ls.8d a -business-like adminis
tration as governor, Just, as he- gave
as state land, agent and ia giving
as- a railroad commissioner. " A more
extended account of his speech will
appear in a later issue. -
Mr. McLaln, Mr, Slater and Mr.
Oliver also maie short talks. Mr.
McLaln spent many years In ratl
rord ' construction and woull be a
practical man oa hd commission.
There are no corporation, o' -ago to
him. '.'',":. -' :. -. ''.' -;
Judge Slater- explained' the non
partisan . Judiciary movement. He
is a clear, forcible speaker, -
Should Know the value of a
good fitting corset .and be
, careful to buy only the mod-,
els that are best suited to her
particular form. We have a
. big showing of four ; of the
; best maKes of corsets on the
v I h
. . : IB III Iff 1 I IKJ.'VJ
Whether you want to buy or
. not, call and see our corsets.
ALL STYLES "ALL PRICES
J. FUNK &
Always Up-to-Date NEVER A MINUTE BEHIND
SPECIAL OCTOBER 15, ORANGES 25c A DOZEN
LAFFERTY AT JOSEPH
A,W. Lafferty Republican nomi
nee for congressman, will speak In
Joseph next Monday night. - A num
ber from Enterprise will go. to hear
the man who won many friends on
Ms trip here a few weeks ago, and
Who carried this county by & big ma-
Jority at the primary. . r
LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER.
Next Monday is the last day you
can register, and if you are not reg
istered you will not get a voters
pamphlet, , and probably will have
trouble to vote.' " '.
New 8ult Filed. "
Oct. 11 B. F. McNamer vs. J.
Barnard, ; , ' ' .';
Mayor To Answer
Dan Morgan Smith
J. A. BuVleigh and Others to, Spwih
' , -.-.I
At Unioji Meeting, at; M. E.
. Church, Sunday Night v i
There will be a platform meeting
In the Methodist church Sunday ev
ening to answer the arguments of
Captain Dan Morgan Smith, and to
present other phases of the ques
tion. V ' v
Mayor J. A.: Burleigh' and other
business men wl'.l speak." Everybody
cordially Invited. . : ' '
The time for the meeting Is 7:30
o'clock. ','.; ' '
" BEET HAULER HURT.
Robert Crumme', - a beet hauler,
fell 20 feet at the beet loading sta
tion Just above town, Friday morn
ing and sustained bad bruises, but
his hurts are not serious. ' A' too
quick pull of .the dump threw him
off his wagon and to the ground be
tween the platform and car. 2
We are sole agents for
and BON TON
OF COUNTY COURT
LOCAL OPTION ELECTION ORDER
ED AND PRIMARY BILLS AND
Friday, October 7, 1910.
Court met pursuant to adjourn-
tient;' and . the following proceedinga
were had, ito-wlt: ,
In the matter of the petition for and
NOw, at this time the Court consid
ers the matter of the petition on
file wl'h the Clerk to determine
whether the sale of intoxicating
liquors will te prohibited in the
entire County of Wallowa, and it
appearing to the Court that, said
petition contains a sufficient num
ber of signers to order an elec
tion to be he.d, end after the
Court fully considering the same,
It is hereby considered and ordered
that on Tuesday, the 8th day of
November, 1910, am election will be
he'd to determine whether the sale
of Intoxicating liquors will bo pro-1
hiblted In the. .entire .County of
Wallowa, State of Oregon.
In the matter of allowing Miscella
Now, at thia time the matter
of allowing the nxi&cellaneous. bills
against the county came om for
consideration, and the said bills
having been submitted to the
Court, and the Court having passed
upon and audited each of said bills
ceparately aa appears from the sig
nature of the Court thereon,
It .Is, therefore, considered and-ordered
by the Court that the Bald
bills be allowed and warrants issue
by the County Clerk ia payment of
the same as allowed In classes' and
amounts as follows:
High Schjool Fund
To whom' issued. - For what. Amount
Shirk, salary principal. 1125 00
CefcevW. Hall, salary teacher 100 00
MrslaA E." Ivanhoe, salary
teacher ...... . 90 00
Miss Mae Cothwell, salary
teacher".... 80 00
D. L. Mc Adams - Janitor high.
anhnnl ...... 25 00
Limer & Ameaid, chemical
suDnliea ...... 122 21
W. C Boatman freight, and
. exnrea 41. 2o
'.V. F. Uankin, lumber 34 SO
Opn Taw. tlnttai!? V.ali3 IS 00
Columbia Bridge Co., vorU on
Trov brldce 2841 C9
C-as. Strand, work on froy
bridge .'. ' 10 00
Joe Clemons, appr'n Corral
Creek 125 00
S. D. Cox, labor 30 25
J. B Olmsted, alary county
' Judge ....... C6 06
iTdgar Marvin, salary sheriff.. 166 CG
W. C. Boatman, salary clerk. Ua uu
C. F. Miller, na'.ary, assessor. . 100 00
J. C Conley. sa'.ary School
W. T. Bell, salary Co. Treas.
Chas. O, Bilyeu, salary dep
Charles Crow, salary deputy
Edith R. Odle, sa'.ary stenog
rapher Chas. Givoannanl, salary Jan
itor ...... ........
E, J. Forsythe, light for
'sept. 1910 ......
East Oregon, Merc. Co., mde
Bushong & Co., typewriter
Glasa & Prudhomme, clerical
Nibley-Mironaugh Lbr, ' t-o.,
P. Sanders, drayage
W. C. Boatman, mush
Nina Miller, wO;k In ae3S-
or's office .......
Erneet Alien, Uneas fee ..
Geo. Law, calclminlng court
Thomas Mo.rgan, grand Jury
fees , . .'
W. F. Rankin, lumber
S. T. Tippett, chairman ....
W. P. Tippett, JuJge
S. T.Tlppett, returning box..
J. K. Carper, Judge ........
C. D. Daniel, Judge .... . . ;
Tv C. Miller, Judge
W, B. Heacock, c.e.k
R. T. Thompson, clerk
F. M. Roop, clerk
J. K. Carper, returning hox
Jack Johnson Judge ........
J. S. Pratt, Judge
T, D. Perclull, Judge .... .
W. P. Warnock, cjerk
Leonard Johnson, clerk .... 3 00
V. P. Warnock, returning box 7 00
Geo. C. Russell, Judge ...... 3 00
J. P. Averill, judge . 3 00
T.' C. BunneU, Judge 8 00
E. A. Anderson, clerk 3 00
Millard McFetrldge, clerk .. 3 00
Goo. C. Russell, returning box 2 00
A. K. Parker, Judge 3 00
J. W. Hayes, Judge 3 00
O. T. Prout, Judge 3 00
Aug, White, clerk 3 00
Louis. Gltalag, clerk 3 00
Ed. Forrstrom, clerk 3 00
O. T. Prout. returning box.... 1 40
Sani Pace, Jud?e 3 00
Ay R. Murray, Judge , 3 00
Carl Roe, Judge 3 00
Geo. Gaily, clerk 3 00
(Continued next week.)
More Fall drain
Than Ever Before
Pajradist) Farmers Putting In Three
Times the Usual Amount Local
Paradise, Oct. 10 Fine rain last
week. Farmers, sowing grain; three
times the usual amount of grain will
be sown here this fall.
O, L. Berland assisted by Harry
MiV.er took his hogs to Enterprise
J. W. Ralls is. here on business..
He Uvea at Ee'levlew, Idaho. His
wife died, .there September 7.
About two-thirds, of the voters-
voted at the primary election on Sep
The fair at Flora was. a auccess.
Schools are running In the three
districts: Star school. Miss Mary
Broughton, teacher; Paradise, Misa
EtJna Holmes; Deer Creek, ' Mrs.
Harvest most done here; a few
late hay crops not hauled In yet. If
weather is fair it will soon be done.
We take this means of notifying our patrons that
on and after Monday, Oct. 17, 1910, we will do a strict
ly cash business.
We do not want to offend any one or place any one
in a hard position, but circumstances compel us to make
this move. - -
We shall give you better service, better meat and
at less prices than we formerly gave you under the cred
. We are sure that you, as well as ourselves, will be
We will also issue Coupon Books in denominations
of $3, $5, $10, $15 and $20 at a discount of 5 per cent,
for cash in advance.
We as a Company have agreed that to succeed
under a cash system, it will be necessary for us to en
force our rule of Credit to No One most rigidly and
therefore we will show no favors. '
Enterprise Meat Co.
S. E. Combes and M. A. Stilwell,
ORATOR HEARD BY LARGE AUDI
ENCEFIRST OF KIND IN
Dan Morgan' Smith spoke in 'the
opera house, Thursday night, on
Prohibition- ia Wrong, Morally," to
an audience of . perhaps 250 people, .
including many who differ from the
speaker on that Issue but, who gave
him a respectful hearing. The
speaker was Introduced by A. C. Mil
ter, manager of the opera house.
Captain Smith la a Georgian by
birth but la now a resident of Chi-,
cago where he Is a prominent law
yer. He Is employed by the Great
er Oregon Home Rule association'
of Portland. He saya he never drank
liquor, but occasionally takes a
glass of beer. He U certainly a
forceful, eloquent and effective orator
His main argument was that pro-'
hiblitlon Is a failure in correcting
or lessening the evils of the abuae
of intoxicants. The dive flourishes
more under prohibition than under
regulation. He favors drastic regu-,
lation, making it obligatory on offl
cers.under penalty of Impeachment,
to forfeit the licenaea of second of
friends. " '
Captain. Smith spoke in Wallowa
Friday night. .
8TRANGER DIES AT JOSEPH.
H. Cleaveland, representative of
a Portland nursery, died suddenly
Thursday night, at the Mitchell hotel,
Joseph, of heart trouble. He was
about 45 years of ego and leaves, a
family 1m Portland, to which place
the body waa shipped. The deceased
.was at the Hotel Enterprise about
a week ago. '
L0nJDDE2D DO d
J. A. Denny, clerk 3 00