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Wail Paper, Glass Moulding iew Koyal and binger Sewing Machines- Baby Baggies and Co-Carts. FRED S.-A5HLEY, The Home Furnisher, UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING ENTERPRISE, OREGON Pacific Morse Liniment Is prepared expressly (or the needs of horsemen and ranchmen. It is a powerful and pene trating liniment, a remedy for emergen- cies. A soothing embrocation for the relief of pain, and the best liniment for sprains and soreness. Untqualed for curing the wounds and injuries of BARBED WIRE and for healing cuts, abrasions, sores and bruises Pacific Horse Liniment Is fully guaranteed. No other is so good or helpful in so many ways. If it fails to satisfy, we authorize all dealers to refund the purchase price. CXTWJI LARGE BOTTLf flFTY CINT Hoyt Chemical Co., poutuno, on. BOOKLET FREE FOR SALE BY BTIRNAUGH & MAYFfF.I.D. JOHNNY WAS LATE. They say this happened not far from Enterprise: Johnny was late for school and la his hurry he did not wait to open the yard gate but climbed the barb wire fence. A barb tore the seat of his pants from farthest South to the waistband. He made hurried repairs with one phi he happened to have and ran for school. As he entered the teacher said: "Johnny, I see you're little behind." "If I'd had another pin you couldn't," replied Johnny. S. K. Clark Plumber & Steam Fitter T7nll lino r nliimrnflff irateriaL . Satisfaction Guaranteed Shop at Keltner's Hardware Store Leave Orders. NEWS OP MOUNT IN NORTH COUNTRY LOST PRAIRIE FARMER FRAC TURES LEG PETER FICKER SELLS TROY STORE. W. C. Nicoson, one of the pio neer settlers of Lost Prairie, Is suf fering from a fractured limb. He was skidding logs at Flora the first of the week when his left leg was caught between two logs and the bone snapped Just above the ankle. .W. B. Fordlce Is at Juliette, Idaho, taking osteopathic treatment for nervous trouble. J. H. Fordlce has returned from the same place where he was successfully treated without operation for appendicitis. Dr. Gllmore will give a 6:30 o'clock dinner on Washington's birthday In honor of Mrs. E. P. Skaggs and Mr. L. M. Austin. Ten other guests are Invited and everyone Is hoping some other one will be too sick to come and so break the doctor's foil design of having 13 at tbe table. There was a telephone meeting at Troy, January 30, at which officers of an Independent company were elect ed, says the Flora Journal. Finan ces and the number of subscribers Insure a line being built. There Is talk at Paradise of a farmers line to connect with Flora central. Rudolph Bork, Jr., has a sore foot, the result of trying to pound with a knife a long 22 cartridge In to a revolver that holds only short 22s. The cartridge exploded and the ball entered his foot badly splintering the bone. The doctor worked an hour, cutting clear through the foot, but did not locate the bullet. A petition In Flora for a bridge across the Grande Ronde at Troy has more than 100 names signed to it, says the Journal. The same paper is authority that Peter Flcker, the well known storekeeper at Troy, has Bold his business to Thomas Valen, Mr. Flcker Is still postmaster. pleted and one of the handsomest of any kind on the grounds. A few days ago they were enter taining the newspaper men of the state of Washington and as usual led them up to the Oregon building to brag a bit. They were Invited In side and, to the surprise of every one, found big red apples by the ton, freat jars of fruits and grapes and other things that Oregon produces, already to go on the tables and shelves which were being ranged around the building. Before they got out of the build ing they were taken down Into the basement, where a cold storage plant Is in operation, and there everyone of the 200 writers present was given an apple the size of a muskmelon and invited to come again. OREGON FRST TO OPEN EXHIBITB AT SEATTLE FAIR Seattle, Feb. 12. Oregon was the first of all the states to "open up" Its exhibit at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition. It Is the habit of the exposition di rectors when they are showing not ables through the grounds, to point out the Oregon building as the first of the state buildings to be corn- Time To Kill Squirrels. This Is the time to go after squir rels said a hill rancher the other day. They come out of their holes these warm days, weak and starved. They gobble the poisoned grain greedily. I put out some the other day and killed scores. If every rancher would put out poison early the pests wouldn't bother much. This Is the time to kill them be fore they have a chance to multiply, and before there 13 lots of green grain to tempt their appetite away (from '.he poisoned stuff. Made T. & S. Proof. Eliza J. Hall of Wallowa made timber and stone proof at the land office In La Grande, Tuesday. LAND CONTESTS HERE. Judge O. M. Corklns returned (from La Grande, Wednesday, and istatea that he has had two of the land contest cases In 4n, 41, trans ferred to this city and the chances (are a number of others will be brought here. Mr. Corklns is attor ney for many of the homesteaders whose claims are being sought by IT. fc S. entrymen. BIG LOAD OF STONE. W. A. Moss, who Is hauling the rock for the' court house from the quarry six miles east of town, is klrlvlng four good horses, as may be Judged from the loads they haul. -Weigher Ashley put down 13,785 .pounds as the weight of tbe two iwagon loads brought in Thursday forenoon. Pretty good load consid ering the hills and state of roads. TAX RECEIPT NO, 1. Tax receipt No. 1 for 1908 taxes was lsused by Deputy Crow to C. H. Zurcher Wednesday. The books lare all ready and Messrs. Marvin and (Crow are busy writing receipts. FOR FEBRUARY New Laces, New Embroideries, New Stock of White Goods. At prices within reach of the roost moderate parse. Swisses, Dimities, Barred Muslins, Piques, at from 10c to 35c. Laces, Insertions, and Beadings at from 3c up. Corset cover embroideries as low as 35c a yd. Allover laces and Embroideries at 50c a yard and upward. New patterns in Percales and Prints. See the tailored shirt waists for early spring wear. New Belts, Collars, Ruchings, etc: w . J. PUNK & CO. JOSEPH Joseph, Feb. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Houser went to Walla Walla Thurs day to visit friends. Auguste Robin and wife left Thursday for Portland. Mrs. N. Molltor returned Thurs day to her home in La Grande, af ter a very pleasant week spent with relatives and friends. Mrs. O. J. Stubblefleld was a vis itor for several days at the home of Mrs. Henry Mitchell. Albert Krause of the Imnaha shipped two car loads of cattle Frl- T. E. Graham and wife are visit ing at the home of their uncle, Al. Graham. New Arrivals. Dr. C. T. Hockett of Enterprise reports the following births: Son, to the lfe of N. J. Cook, February 7. Daughter, to the wife of Mark Crow, February 9. Son, to the wife of James Hlgglns, YOUNG CONDUCTOR SPECIAL RATES FROM EVERY FOINT IN THE U. 8. Portland, Feb. 12. Within The past weak announcement has been made that In aid I lion to the $23.00 INSTANTLY KILLED J. P. DONNELLY FALL8 UNDER FREIGHT CAR AT KAMELA WELL KNOWN HERE. TOO HEROES OF THE REPUBLIC DISASTER. Captain lurann Sealbv and John n u.ii, . v-i-inuui, were uiiinnjr tbose who displayed splendid heroism at tbe sinking of the steamship Republic off Nantucket. Blnus stuck to bis key. sending mf-ssnKes and steals until ordered from the ship. Sealby stayed aboard the vessel until she literally sank under his feet. Then he climbed n mast and leaped Into the sea to be rescued with his first officer, Mr. Williams. day to Grande Ronde Cattle com pany at Seattle. Couch & McDonald of Wallowa have sold J. W. Isley's farm of 320 acres near Enterprise, to the Pratt brothers, John and Clyde; considera tion $6,600. ' Waldo Chase of the Imnaha was trading in town Thursday. Mrs. W, L. Adams has gone to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harris, of Princeton, Idaho. W. C. Wilson and wife of Enter prise are visiting a few days with their sons, Hugh and Max. Mrs. H. F, Tyler and two daugh ters, Me3dames Joe and Frank Ham- bleton, were county seat visitors. Thursday. Father Bradley took the train Wed nesday morning en route for Los Angelos, Calif., via Portland. His sister, Mrs. C. Sorenson, followed Fri day and will join her brother at Portland, From there Bhe goes to her 'home at Anaconda, Wash. Mrs. J. McCully was an out-going passenger Friday for Hood River to visit a daughter,' Mrs. G. F. Conley, formerly of Joesph. Caviness & Wurtzweller has sold the Frank Frazier farm, 160 acres, to Robert Rice, of Puyallup, Wash. I fare from Missouri River points, I $30.50 from St. Louis and $33.00 ,from Chicago, a proportionate rate is good from every point In the Unl ted States. For instance, New York $50.00, Boston $40.45, Cleveland $39. 75, Birmingham $40.25, and Jackson ville $50.75 are given as Illustrations. The Portland Commercial club has now in the hands of the printers, leaflets giving facts about the city and state In addl Aon .to these rates, and these will be distributed at each and all of the schools. Samples ot these leaflets are available to any reader of this paper. Oregon should get thirty thousand new settlers dur ing March and April. John P. Donnelly, a popular young conductor on the O. R. A N., well known In this co-inty, was Instantly killed at Kamela about 10 o'clock Wednesday morning, by missing his hand hold whllo attempting to board one of the freight cars ot his own train, whUh was In motion leaving Kamela for the west. He was thrown under the trucks, hU left arm and left leg were cut off and a deep wound made In his head. Jlrakeman John Ormond on top of j the car was the only witness ot the accident. He appllcJ the emergency Ibrakes, which bro'.ght the train to a stop. The body was found along side the rail. The remains were tak en to La Gran''.o Wednesday evaa ing In a special. j The deceased was 25 years of age and very popular in railroad cir cles. He was a member ot Red CroHs lodge, K. of P., and of tua La Grande lodge of Elks. He was married only last June to .Una Lizzie Goeck, who is proi- rated with grief at his sudden death. entiles hU widow, he leave a mother who resiles at Colfax, Wash., ind a brother In Idaho. . Mr. Donnelly made a number ot una on this branch, taking Conduct r Connor's place during the holl layB, and also Conductor Grady's run several times. Mrs. Dannelly as here during the Illness of her jlster, the wife of Conductor Frank J'Hare, last December, and made nany friends during her short stay n our city, all of whom feel for hjr the deepest sympathy. PARADISE CLI.NTO. PAYING 8IOE ISSUE. R. D. Sanford, who sold his Alder Slope ranch the other day for $75 an acre, helped to while away the winter tedium by caring for his nice flock of hens, and they rewarded him with an Income of $18 a month for eggB, besides all the ' family want ed for household use. Shorter Road To Depot At Lostine Petition For New Highway Being Circulated Wallowa County Pioneer Dead. Lostine, Feb. 12. Evangelist Ste phens departed Monday night from the order of services, and gave an Interesting lecture on his trip around the world. Tuesday evening a reception was held In the assembly hall of the school house building for Rev. Ste phens and wife. Supper was served tc a large crowd; a good program and a very social time followed. There is a petition drawn up to open a county road connecting with the lane south of the depot and leading direct to town, shortening the distance of a mile. Hiram He ring, a pioneer of Wal lowa county, died February 7, at the home of his son Frank in Kellogg, Idaho.' Miss lone Hutchens is recovering from tonsllitls. Quite an epidemic of colds and sore throat reported. Mrs. James Fitzpatrlck has been quite ill for several days. Deputy District Attorney Colon Eb erhard of Joseph came down Thurs day on legal bualnes. Mr. and Mrs. James Bright went to Summervllle, . Thursday, called there by the death of a relative. Shipped Car Load of Horses. M. F. White left Friday morning with a carload of horses for the Willamette valley market. They .were a mixed lot of chunks and drivers bought in Enterprise and icinlty. He got 8 head from Bos well and Son, and 5 head from J. C. Shackelford. . Paradise, Feb. 5. .More snow and windy weathor, William CUne has returned from Grande Ronde valley where lie bad been logging this winter. Surprise party at Henry Strum's Some miscreant or miscreants en tered the barn of Arthur Hays last Tuesday night and cut his harness ill to piece., George W. Paddock was doing business with the local notary one lay last week. The Paradise sawmill is getting i fine lots of logs now. Frank Heskett of Leap, Ore., Is f the opinion that there will be a railroad into this part of the coun ty In the near future. ' The last snowfall has covered the winter wheat. For Oregon Bachelors. New York, Feb. 12. Four hundred German maidens from Wurtemburg arrived here on the Graf Waldersee, en route to Oregon, to find husbands. The attention of the German glrla to Oregon was drawn by a picture shown them by Mrs. Frieda Walburg, wife ot an Oregon sheepherder, who Is reported to be responsible for the migration of girls. People Want What They Want When They Want It. The Only Question Is, Where To Get It. If it's Real Estate See Us. O. R. & I. Company JORDAN a PACE Th. people who do the Real Estate business.