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Wallowa County chieftain. [volume] (Enterprise, Or.) 1909-1911, May 13, 1909, Image 6

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City and County
Brief Xesltem
Choice residence property for reiu,
See E M. & M. Co.
L. Berlaad Is having cement wallu
laid at his home property.
Miss Cora Ber.and returned Wed
nesday from a several we-'fcs vui
with friends at Unloa and Elsln.
Mrs. Ira Kennedy of Island City
returned home Frilav after a vU
t the home of W. A. Moos.
W C. Boatman is having ,arsl
combined cellar, woodined aad wash
house erected.
We are the sellers of the E. How
ard watches, the best on the market
Call for them a Martin Larsen's.
Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Holmes re
turned Wednesday from a few days,
visit at Cove, Island City aud U
Grande.
The city Cornell met Wednesday
night and canvassed the returns o
the city election, finding the result
to tally with the count by the elec
tion judges.
Cement crosswa'ks are being V-V
In from the hotel to the E. M. &
corner, from the E. M. & M. to tir.
W. J. Funk co.ner, and across NWS
First street from the It. S. & i
comer. It is a backward, co'd spring ai
over the northwest, but let us b;
thankful we did no', have the storm:
and wintry blasts that prevailed all
over the central states the l'-ist o:
April and the first of May.
Herbert Knox of Elgin was a i
guest Thursday night oi Mania La
sen. Mr. Knox and his brother.
wlll shortly open up a stove at Cop
perfield, the new bojm town on th.
Snake river extension, at the nioutl.
of Pine creek.
If you desire a c'.ear complexion
take Foley's Orlno Laxative for con
stipatlon and liver trouble as it wli
stimula e these orsans aud thorough
ly cleanse your system, -which i
what everyone nee:!s in the sprint
ia order to fesl well. For sale b.
i'.urnaugh & Mayfie.d.
Jjr. E. A. Fosnsr and family hav
r..e.l to Enterprise to make their
i e and will reside in the J. W.
uaa. in property iti the sjataeas
part of town. Mr. Fosner is uude
teinjiaed yet what business he wi.
engage In. Since leaving this city
two years ago he h;u baen In Koou
lia.er, Southern and Centra! O.ego
and in Washington, but found no
place to equal the Wallowa valley,
so they came baclc to the best place.
They moved here from Arlington.
any weak, nervoas women have
l.een restored to health by Foley's
Kidney Remedy as it stimulates ths
k: aieys so taey will eiiminate ths
A-aste ma.ter from the blood. Impur
ities depress the nerves, causing ner
vous exhaustion and other ailments
Commence tod.ty aad you will soon
For sale by Karnaugh &
Mayfield.
Magazines of aU kinds at Jacltoon
i Weaver's.
Miss Margaret Kirk, guest ot ir.
ind Mrs. A. C. Miller for ten days.
eturned Friday to her home In La
Irande.
Thos. M. Dill and family have
noved Into the Danlol Boyd property
m North street threa blocks west o
Jie court house.
Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Bookout of
Vltier Slope, accompanied by Dr. C.
Hoeketi wsutto La Grande, Friday,
vuere Mrs. Boo'tout will undergo a
iurgical operation.
Attorneys J. A. Burleigh and D
.V. Sheauan returued Wednesday
rom Pendle'on whire they argue'
he case of SUafer vs. Beecher be
ore the supreme court. Mr. Shea
lan also argued a tax title case ap
jealed from Union county.
At a mass meeting of citizens belt
n the court room Wednesday night
irmr.Eoments were made to begin
canvass for the $5000 court horns
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ionus. A committee was also ap
minted to look up preliminary
na'teis concerning the July 4 cele
jration. to report at a later meeting
t consists of V.'. C. Boatman, C. H
iurcher. L. W. Riley, Ira Pratt a:u
u. E. Jordan.
Press Association
Oi Inland Empire
Editors And Publishers To
Union At Spokane
May 8.
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Enterprise Mercantile &
sy big store, of course
The
Very Best
For the Money
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Enterprise Heaiiiu
And Pivssiiiir Works
Has just received fie large book o'
Samples fromEdw. E. Strauss Co.,
irepared tc give you a nice
Summer Suit
Ladies and gent's suits cleaned and
!d Hats cleaned and re
blocked, by J. L. SIEGMUND
Spokane, Wash., May 6. Edi
ors and publishers of 370 daily,
weekly and class publications In eas
ern Washington and Oregon, northerr
ind central Idaho, we3tern Montana,
southeastern Eri-ish Columbia and
.u.4.ts in Albe-.ta have been invited
y the Spokane Press Committee to
lieet in thi3 city on May 8 to discuss
ilans for the formation of the Inland
Empire Press Association.
Ihi purpose of the organization is
o unite the press of the country to
.vork of more substantial and great
r development of all parts of the
jiland Empire and to encourage the
migration of desirable settlers and
influx of capital to assist in building
p the country aud develop Its agri
cultural, Industrial and commercial
resources.
The Spokane Press Committee,
composed of a representative of every
journal published in Spokane, headed
n- X. V. Durham, editor of the
Spokesman-Review, will entertain the
visitors. Following the organization
meeting in the assembly room of the
chamber of commerce at 1 o'clock
the party will vhlt Recreation Park,
.vhere the Spokane Indians and the
Tacoma Tigers play In the regular
league series for the Northwest pen
nant This will be followed by a
sieiag Spokane tour, and in the eve
.ling, beginning at 7 o'clock, there Is
o be a complimentary banquet in
he Hall of the Doges.
"This nrsranizatinn will in no way
interfere with the wori of the state
Editorial Associations," Said Arthut
-i;oV.er. secretary of the Spokane
.'ess Committee, "but i3 designed
o 1 e of more direct benefit to the
various communities and the district
as a whole than any other similar
x-i.io elation pos3lbly could be. We
aspect to have the cooperation ol
avery editor in the country In this
work, which 13 entirely In the inter
est of a greater Inland Empire."
Carpets, China and Jap Mattings
at Ashley's.
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They keep the
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Kingsbury Hat
Very snappy young men all wear them and say nune better
Shoes
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We have coming for
Fourth of July trade
some novelties in John
Strootman Shoes for
Ladies and Misses.
This line of fancysis
something entirely new
and if you clo not pro
cure a pair you will
regret it for your
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The Kingsbury Hat is invite you to examine
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styles. If you pi fWFQ We handle the McKibbin Gloves which are
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are voted to be the nicest in town Call and examine our big stock
ThanKing you very Kindly for past favors, we are, very respectfully
E. M. & M. Co., Enterprise, Oregon
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Watch Chain
No chain of superior quality made. Guaranteed
iiihesi grade gold-filled chain, solid gold oldered
throughout, bright polish, medium size linKs,
extra strong
$6.39
MARTIN LARSEN -
Main Street, 3 doors east of Postoflke. ENTERPRISE, OREGON
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Good Wheat Land
From $20.00 to $25.00 per acre
Will raise from 40 to 50 buiha'.s rer acre. The New Era Land
Company has some of the cheapest and beat wheat land In East
ern Oregon. This Is not wind but the actual facts.' Come and
Investigate It for yourself. Al io good dulry and timothy ranches
cheap, aud I have some of the biggest snaps in town property
in Eastern Oregon.
New Era Land Company
J. 8. Seibert, Manager, Enterprise, Oregon
1st Door West of Sheahan's
MUD CREEK ITEMS.
April 30. After several days ol
snowy, rainy.' dUa?reeable weather,
he sun is shining once more.
The farmers on the lower ridge
iave in their crops.
Sam Warnock has had V.t. and Mrs
,Vm, Eddlemon, and Virgil Brines
working for him all spring, as he Is
putting in H. W. Dorses and R. E.
Betchel's crops.
John Emmons has a crew of men
from Enterprise working for him,
making the coyote proof fence, It
will not be flnUhel for some time.
Mr. Murdock who now owns the Em
uions ranch is still very busy putting
in his crops. He has Walter Auam
Mia wife working for him.
Some of the ranchers are gol.ig u
ut in a little cora.
H. W, torse of White Rose ranch.
aas gone to Spokaie where he ex
jects to work at his trade of carpen
ter. His daughter. Miss Susie, took
bim to Sled Snrin-ts.
Albert Shuman of Troy, stopped
over nicht with Richard Myers on his
Iway to En'.erprlie on business. From.
there he will go to visit his niece.
tlrs. John Cro island.
Mrs. Ed Davis, daughter Aullne and
ion Lawrance, were visiting Sunday
ind Monday, with Mrs. H. W. Dorse,
and Mrs. S. B. Warnock.
Miss Susie' Dorse was over visiting
Miss Llllle Yager of Arko not long
ago.
Glen Wilson of Troy, passed throu
gh our community on his way to En
terprise.
Charles Fleming of Eden, on his
way out to Enterprise, combined
business with pleasure, stopped over
night at Munroe Casteel's home. It
is supposed he wanted to take an
other lesson on the guitar.
TEACHERS HAVE GOOD
MEETING AT WALLOWA.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has besn appointed bj ...ti
t. . . , T,-nii.. rnuiitv Tlie teachers held an interesting
the County Court of Wallowa Count ( ...
Oregon, and has quaUfied as Admin-:;-' ' "
istrator of the eitate of Rosie c. ! 7 '""w-
Hope deceased. AU persons having:1"' leuers i P
claims against the said estate arel were Present. Dr Gregg. Rev.
requested to piese.it them with ; LirJ ad other were visitors.
proper vouchers to said administrator i- "
within six months after this date, at I were interesting and instructive, and
: 1 1 1 a 1iuPllualrno niava aa unit IIvaIv
he law orfice of John P. Rusk, in uu
Joseph, Wallowa County, Oregon.
A. N. ADAMS.
Dated April 15, 1909.
John P. Rusk Attorney for
Administrator. 34c5
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Notir-e Is hereby given that the
undersigned has been appointed by
the County Court of Wallowa County
Oiegon, Administrator of the estate
of Mary A. Cramer deceased. All
persons having claims against
the said estate are requested to t
present them with proper vouchers
to said administrator within six
months after th-i date nt thn law
office of Conaway and CorUns, In
tauerpnse, Wallowa County, Oregon
HIRAM C. CRAMER.
Dated March 31, 1909.
Conaway and Cortins Attorneys 1
for Administrator
Enjoyable muic was furnished by
pupils of the public school.
The teachers of Wallowa showed
those in attendance every courtesy.
The next meeting will be held dur
ing the ejny summer In the north
i-ttit of the county.
Rev. I. W. Williamson' Letter.
is.. . W. Williamson. Huntington,
W. Va, writes: "This la to certify
that I have used Foley'a Kidney
Remedy for nervous exhaustion and
kidney trouble and am free to !
that it will do all that you claim for
it." Foley "e Kidney Remedy has re
stored health and strength to thous
ands of weak, run down people. Con
tains no harmful drugs and is pleas
ant to take. For sale by Bumuigb
& Mayfield.
Alfa'fa 3eed for Bale at R. S. ft 2.
King of Blood Remedlee.
Levy's Oregon Grape Compound.
Sold and guaranteed by Burnaugh A
Mayfield, Enterprise, Oregon,
Read "A Gentleman From Miss
issippi" beginning in this paper.
If you want to feel well, look well
and be well, take Foley'a Kidney
Remedy. It tones up. the kidneji
and bladder, purifies the blood and
restores health and strength. Pie"
ant to take and contains no harmful
drugs. Why not commence today?
Burnaugh & Mayfleld'a.
Do It Now.
Now Is the time to get rid of your
rheumatism. You can do so by ap
plying Chamberlain's Liniment. Nine
cases out nf ten are simnlv muscular
rheumatism due to cold or damp, or
iironlc rheumatism, and yield to the
vigorous application of this liniment.
Try it. You are certain to be delight
id with the quick relief which it
affords. Sold by Burnaugh & May
field.
We Have The Best
and only complete line of Hardware in the County
Call and inspect oar goods and compare oar prices
WESLEY DUNCAN,
Stock Inspector for Wallowa
County.
JOSEPH, OREGON
C. H. HASTINGS
PLASTERER and
FLUE BUILDER
All WorK Guaranteed f rst
class. Prices Right
At Commercial Hotel
ENTERPRISE, OREGON
with others.
S.D. KELTNER,
THE HARDWARE DEALER.
La Grande Iron Works.
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor.
Foundry and Machine Shop. Casting and Ma
chine Work done on short notice.
WE ALSO MANUFACTURE FEED MILLS
Sawmill break down jobs promptly attended to
GIVE US A TRIAL

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