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ALL THE OFFICIAL
NEWS OF WALLOWA,
COUNTY IN THE N-B,
ALL' THE NEWS WHILE
11 IS N$W8 TWICE.
A WEEK NEWS RECORD
TWELFTH YEAR. NO. 50.
, ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, 8ATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1910.
CITY OFFICIAL PAPER
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City and County
' Brief News Items
Oakes carries a full line of Low
Brothers' Paints. . 108tf
. Mrs. E. A. Splcer visited Crienda In
LoaOlne, Wednesday.; '.-...
W. V. Zurcher Is working at
the B. M. & M. Co. store.
"A. M. Wagner was- 'out to La
Grande over Wednesday night. .'.'.
Miss M. E. Glidden went to Wal
lowa, Thursday, on a buaimesa trip.
The ladles of the Christian, church
Y.-Hl serve chicken dinner .Election
day, November 8. . - 46bUf
M. Stubblefield left Wednesday for
La Grande and Portland to buy laun
dry machinery.' " " -
Japalac, varnish stains. Unseed oil
at Burnaugh ft May field's
Dr. A. P. Pole and his' guest, Ed-
W. 1,. Mulkey of Joseph, partner
of A. C. Weaver In the Fair store,
was attending to business matters
. - (PAID ADVERTISING.)
Settle It Now
Settle It Right
For Constitutional amendment
giving to cities and towns
exclusive power to license,
regulate, control, suppress,
or prohibit the sale of intox
icating liquors within the
municipality, ; ..-...'..
328 X Yea
40,000 OREGON CITIZENS
GREATER OREGON HOME RULI
618 Electric Building, Portland. One.
SATURDAY SPECIAL OCTOBER 22, 16 pounds
H Our stock is clean and
2 new. We buy often
and keep right op with
the style. We hare
all the staples too. Can
W. J. FUNK & CO.
THE QUALITY STORE Always Up-to-Date NEVER A MINUTE BEHIND
RESIDENT IS DEAD
LEONARD SMITH PASSES AWAY
AFTER WEEKS OF SUFFER
ING STOCK' SOLD.
Grouse, Oct. 170. N. Esies- of
Troy passed here Saturday with a
nice bunch of fa,t hogs on his way
to LrPwlston, He had. 'the misfor
tune to lose one from overheat com
ing up the Grouse hill. T. N. Car
away bought 50 head of stock hogst
In the Powwatka country, paying $8
per cw-t. . He took s them to Ano
tocio, 'Saturday. '..
Gus Smith has bought a half sec
tion of land on the banks of the
Grande Ronde ' river, and has taken-
up a quarter section adjoining.
He is' building a nice cottage oh
the latter." ' ..
Leonard Smith died October 7, af
ter eight weeks- of suffering from
cancer of the stomach. Mrs. Smith1
went .with ner husband to Waits
burg,' Wash., for treaitmenj, and- ev
erything that couldi be done was ad
ministered.' Mr. Smlt.h was' 69 years
and 9 months "of age, and leaves a
widow and four children' to mourfi
their toss- Tu;n hw.s fl T. S,.il,th
the forest ranger, and L." L Smith!
the youngest of the family; Mrs.
Sara Moore and Miss Gertie Smith.
Mr. Smith was- a good citizen and
highly respeoted by all who knew
him; honest and upright in all his
dealings, a kind and affectionate
husband and father, a good neigh
bar and friend to those In- need.
He was a member, of the M. E.
church for many years- and a mem
ber of the Masonic order In good
standing. The bereaved family have
the sympathy of the .whole commun
ity, Hiai body .was ep 'embed at
on aaaa p anna a BDiiaD
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
market. . : ''
Whether you want to boy or
not, call and sec our corsets. '
ALL STYLES ALL PRICES
Judge ICnowlea has modified the
Injunction against the Joseph Clly
water works, by permitting construc
tion work to proceed but still re
straining the diverting of water In
to the new system's mains, until
Una matter can be heard on Its
merits, the first day .of the coming
term. - .
' FIRST LECTURE NUMBER. .
The first number on the Enterprise
Lyceum course to the wonderfully
eloquent orator, Ernest J. Slas,
whose - beautiful .word painting in
his lecture, "The Lost Chord," is
unrivalled. He will be here Satur
day night, November 6.
SENDING OUT BOOKS.
County Superintendent Ctfnley Is
busy these days- sorting the library
books received from Salem, and
sending .them out to the various) dis
Mac Wood, W. T. Church and C. S.
Dunn of La Grande and Frank Reav
is of this city left for the Sheepa
and the Imnaha Friday on a hunt-,
log trip. "'-"
Judge J. W. Knowles, Court Re
porter Hanna, S. L. Burnaugh, C. T.
Kockett and George Mitchell are
on the Chesnimnus on a 10 days'
NEW NASBY TAKE3 HOLD. "
Polk Mays, the popular ex-mall
clerk- on the branch train, came to
Joseph. -Wednesday where he wlU as
sume the duties of postmaster In a
few days. He la now learning the
duties, of a .Nasby and conducting
the notion store In . the poatofflce
building. ':'. ''"
GRAND MATRON COMING.
', Mfsf Jennie Rtjehart, grand matron
of the Eastern Star, .will vlelt the
local chapter, Wednesday, October
26. -' ' .
Sugar $1.00 Cash
We are sole agents for
and BON TON
FAIR TO BE
PRELIMINARY STEPS TO INCOR
i , PORATE LIST OF PRIZE
WINNERS FOR 1910.
The county fair board at a meet
in held Thursday night, started the
preliminary s'.epa for incorpora
tion of the permanent organization.
While all the stock has i.ot , been
subscribed, the board has; faith1 tK3t
the people of the county will see
that it Is- raised and the fair put
on ' a good footing.
The premium money from 4he
state has not yet come, but is ex
pected, the first of next week. The
list of premiumi awardsi will be pub
lished l.n next issje.
CITY AND COUNTY BRIEFS.
Canvas Gloves 4 pairs for 25c at
the Fair Store. 50bl'
; Mrs. G. J. Ratcllff .was at Wallowa
Friday and Saturday to visit her
All phone orders for bus to' and
from depot promptly attended to.
White Front barn. Home phone. v97b
Mrs; W. A. :o3s returned Thurs
day from a vls'.it with her parenta in
: Talcum Powdr 10c at , the Fair
Store. , " OObl
. Mlsa Clara Bue went to Wallowa
Friday for a visit.
S. F. Pace left for Wallia, Walla and
Lewiston, Friday, on real eatate
; The Residence street bridge, out
of commission since last spring's
flood, Is again to condition for trav
el over It. , -
W. E. Howard of Clarkston,x who
had been here looking- after hto real
estate investments, left for his
; Aik to see those. 15c ladles' Hose
at the Fair Store. 60bl V
: DjMrict Attorney Ivanhoe came. In
Thuirsday to attend the default and
motpti term of court and stayed
onr until -Saturday, - He was at Jo-
soph', Friday. -
Mr. and ,Mrs. Jorn Read and child
went to Lostlne, FrtVy, to visit
her people, and from there will go
on to Weston for a short stay.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Klvette and son
Fred of Boise, Ida., who had been
here visiting Walter Klvette, and at
tending to buadnesa matters, went Out
Wo La Grande, Friday.
Ladles- and Gentlemen's shoe pol
ished at Hotel Barber. Shop. Open
Sunday mornings.' BObtf
Roy Manley, former employee of
the Chieftain, buit now of Coeur d'
Alone, Ida., Is back renewing old ac
quaintances. He' will stay several
Dr. W. L. Nichols, osteopath, suc
cessor to Dr. Moore, has office hours
al day Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
urday, In Enterprise. Office over
the bank. .. 21atf
John. Stroud, a workman on the
Troy bridge, who has been 111 of ty
phoid fever In the Browning hospi
tal the pasit, nine weeks, left Friday
mornitig for hia home at Colfax,
Mrs, William Ikle, who had been
vluiUng her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Chllders, left Friday for her home
near New York city. She will stop
en route at. Elgin -to see Mrs. Jack
Rhoades, and at La Grande to vUilt
her uncle Frank.
Mrs. W. R. Holmes has recorvod
the sad news of the death of her
brother; W, F. Aram, who expired
at the family home In Oakland, Cal.,
after -a brief Illness, The dfjeeawed
was for many year a prominent law
yer at Redding, Cal., but moved la,
Oakland last winder.
TWi Stal fiuwantaet Pur
Patronitt Ihi "Modern Dealer"
IMtn CMlMtltMnr C., Nlrt., ftiVtM, Ortft
L. G. HOLLAND, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Lltch Building.
BURLEIGH TO SPEAK"
AT FLORA AND PARADISE
Mayor J. A. Burleigh will address
the pepole of Flora and Paradise
next week on "Oregon Dry." "
He will be In Paradise hall, Friday
evening, October 28, at 7:30 o'clock,
and at Flora hall Saturday after-
tiocu at 2:30 o'clock.
BEST OF ALL.
EJgar Stevens, a Portland Insur
ance man, who was here visiting his
old friends, Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Fo
ley, has. traveled all over the state
but says the V.'al'owa valley Is best
af all. He has oeen nothing to equal
it, and la considering locating here.
The big apple show will b held t
Elgin, November 3, 4 and 6. Over
$400 In prizes will te given and Wal
lowa county fruit growers ore In
vited to come over, and get eome
of ithe money.
HIGH SCHOOL MU3ICALE.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Rolkjer are here,
the latter training the high school
pupils for the production of the mu
sltiale, Dreo.m, at the opera house,
Friday night, October 28. Mr. Rolk
1st la attending to the publicity part.
BUYS 600 CATTLE.
Over 600 head of cattle, malmly
cows and calves, atcrted from En
terprise Thursday and Friday for
(he Milton country. Fifty were
shipped by train Friday and the re
mainder aie being driven over the
mountains'. They wore bought by A.
L. Demarls, and gathered from Im
naha and Ell: Mountain districts.
SHORT COURT 8ESSION.
Judge Knowlea held a default and
motion, session of circuit court Thurs
day evening.-' Ini order that caaes
could be brought to issue ready for
the regular November term . that
will convene November 14.
Christian: Flble school at 9:45,
and the accustomed morning services
at 11 o'clock. The Young People'
GhrlaUaa Endeavor ' at 6:30 p, m..
The evening preaching service at
The Endeavor society will give a
rhantom party and entertainment In
the lecture room and auditorium of
the church Hailoween night. All
members- of the Endeavor and their
friends are Invited. Come masked
it the hour of 8 and bring your Jack
o'lantern and don't talk to any one
for fear of breaking the spell.
MeUiodist: Sunday morning at 11
o'clock, in . place of the regular star-
ices, the Sunday school Rally Day
axarclsos will be given, consisting
of special mujlc and appropriate
readings. Evening services ait 7:30;
the pastor will preach on ' Che
theme: "Am I My Brother's. Keep
er?" All cordially invited.
Halloween Pot Cards lc each at
tlie Fair Store. - - 60bl
Fred Ashley, Leonard Baker and
3. K. Clark are back from a hunt
ing 4rlp with no scalps in their belts.
Mrs. E. W. Sowthwlck, who had
been In the -Browning hospital here
for a couple of weeks, was taken to
bar home In Wallowa, Thursday.
With our cash system
I get. .With the credit
extra profit to make good for the ones who don't
pay..', ': ' - . - - . "
Do you feel able to pay the other fellow's bills?
If not come to the Fair Ca'sh Store, where everyone
pays their own bills and you get what you pay for.
We invite you to come in look at our" goods and
compare our prices with those you have been paying,
if you don't think we can save you money we don't
want you to buy. Remember any goods purchased
of us that are not satisfactory can be returned and
your mouey will be refunded.
WELL OF UTOPIA
WEST VIRGINIAN PRAISES SEC
TION WHERE HOMESTEADERS
80LD FOR A SONG.
Promise, Oct. 17 H. G. McGraw
and family are' visiting In' Utopia
and Powwatka,' Mrs. McGraw 1b a
sister of Mrs. G. D. Daniel and
Cen McGlnnls, as well aa- Wlnt lie-
.lib of Wallowa. He la In the
stoct. business In We3t Virginia and
Is well pleased- with thia country.
He says If he had G. D. Daniel's
ranch no one would get It for less
than $50 aa acre. Should they ever
make their home In this country they
and their ' .well trained chlldion
would be an. addition creditable to
Bessie Wisdom of" Lostlne com
menced teaching at Simnyside to
day. Ruth Hayes will soon com
mence teaching In the East Gross
man district. - B. South wick has
commenced teaching In Lost, Prairie.
Mla Cynthia Colpitis, who has
been visiting her aunt on Cricket
Flat, has .lately returned. She had
a good time and missed the measles
which went the rounds la her ab
sence. Mr. Kendall, who lately bought the
Wm. Stace place, has taken posses
sion and la having hls first experi
ence In ..Umber, burning out stumps
una clearing, ne is pituining io in
crease the size of hla orchard coh'
slderably. Several of the young people of
Promise went to East Grossman,
Sunday, where Rev, Potter preached
on Oregon Dry In 19H).
P, C. Henderson, who has been
Quite ill, Is- slowly Improving. Wright
Henderson, who haa been with his
father for several weeks, went home
Sunday after attending service at
Mr. and MTSJohn Wray are vis
iting old friends . about East Gross
ma:! thia week.
Obstacles to RocQvry From Catarrh.
Recovery from this condition may
be prevented or delayed by "certain
abnormal conditions of the spine or
the ribs, - It la shown constantly In
osteopathic practice and experiment
that sllghly mis-placed vertebrae or
ribs- do interfere with the natural
flow of the blood In any part of the
body. This .fact ha been demonstrat
ed In hundreds of enses In the Clin
ics of the College J of Osteopathy, and
also in the practice of osteopaths
effects of these slight mis-placements
have been shown. So, if there Is any
bony lesion which Interferes with
a good circulation of good blood,
the catarrhal condition may perpet
uate itself almost indefinitely,
Certainly, If a cu-j Is to be .ex
pected, these unnatural positions of
ribs rnd vertebrae and other bones
must be found and corrected. The
rv. . .. . i-
odist church Is arranging for a splen
did musical entertainment to be
given In the church, Wednesday ev
ening, . November 2. . '
you pay only for what you
system you have to pay n