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Portland Fair hK" Oregon's Biggest Show! Admission 50 6 Horse Races Daily National Live StocK Exhibits Balloon Racing Chariot Racing Fascinating' Midway Attractions FIREWORKS will be the most gorgeous and magnificent pyrotechnic display ever seen on this Coast. This will interest the whole family. Reduced Rates On All Roads A Hurry Up Call. Quick! Mr. Druggist Quick. A of Buckren's Arnica Salve Here's a quarter For the love of Moeesv hurry! Baby's burned him self terribly Johnnie cut his toil ltn the ax Mamie's scalded Pa can't walk from piles Blllle has tolls and my corns ache. She got It and soon cured all the family. Its the greatek. healer on earth. Sold by Burnaugh & Mayfield. The Pioneer Society of Southern Oregon met In Ashland August 20. Tbe erection was urged of a monu inent to Oregon ploaeers, on the site of the old Ash'and flouring mills, where the first flour ground In that lection of the stata was turned out. The mill has bean recently removed to make way for a city park. Best Treatment for a Burn. If for no other reason. Chamber lain's Salve should be kept in every household on account of its great value in the treatment of burns. It allays the pain almost Instantly, and unless the injury is a oevere one, heals the part without leaving a scar. This salve is also unequaled for chapped hands, sore nippies and lleasse3 of the skin. Price, 25 cents. For sale by Burnaugh & Mayfield. William Peacock, near Albany, averages $200 a year profit from one acre of rhubarb. He supplies several Albany stores and ships the surplus to Portland. ' ' Good for Biliousness. "I toak two of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets last night and I feel .l:ty .per cent better than I have for wee'xs. says J. J. Fire atone of Allegan, Mich. "They are certainly a fine article for bilious ness." For sale by Burnaugh & aiayfleld. Samples free. Judge Thomas W. Ayers of Hepp ner, one of the oldest residents of "matilla and Morrow counties, died from paralysis August 28. The Road To 8uceess his many obstructions, but none so desperate &t poor health. Success to-day demands health, but Electric Mttera is the greatest health builder the world has ever known. It com pels perfect action of stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, purifies and en riches the blood, and tones and in lumnnaniiiiinniiiiuiiniiiiiinnnnnin1 s 6 Hack Calls to H k n v f t t m B m t 5 any part of the city answered day or night ENTERPRISE LIVERY AND HACK BARN J. C. SHACKELFORD, Proprietor. First Class Rigs and careful drivers. CI MAMMOTH JACK Will make the season at the ranch of Thomas Morgan. TERMS: $5.00 cash; $10.00 for season aS.O0 insurance. Either of the above j prices be comes due upon the trading, selling or re . moving the mare from the county. MORGAN & DOBBIN, Owners. C M. WILLIAMS, Manager. vigorates the whole system. Vigor ous body an! keen brain follow their use. You can't afford to slight Electric Bitters if weak, run-down or dlckly. onty 50c. Guarantee! by Burnaugh & Mayfield. The hop-pickers' harvest in the Willamette valley began this week with an alvanre from 50 to 60 cents a box Prospers are for a large yield. Night On Bald Mountain. On a lonely night Alex. Benton of Fort Edward. N. Y., climbed Bald Mountain to the home of a neighbor, tortured with asthma, bent on curing him with Dr. King's New Discovery, uiat had cured himself of asthma. This wonderful medicine soon re lieved and quickly cured his. neigh bor. Later It cured his son's wife of a severe lung trouble. Millions be lieve its the greatest Throat and Lung cure on Earth, Coughs, Colds, Croup, Hemorrhages and Sore Lungs are eurely cured by It. Best for Hay Fever, Grip and Whooping Cougl 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Burnaugh & May field. The chapel car St Anthony, the only Catholic church on wheels in the world was In Portland last week, going from there to Seattle. The car is in charge of Chaplain A. W. Doran and Rev. George W, Hennessy and has just finished a two-months Mission tour in Idaho. HEALTH AND BEAUTY AID Cosine Jcs and lolun3 xl not cleai your complexion of pimples and blotches like Foley's Orlno Laxative, for lndige;tion, stomach and liver trouble and habitual constipation. Cleanses the system and is pleasant to take. Burnaugh & Mayfield. The Mo Jen r Woodmen of America has over 1,000,000 members, the largest membership any beneficiary organization ever a'talned. A Good Position can be had by ambitious young men and ladies in the field of "Wireless" or Railway telegraphy. Since the 8-hour law beaame effective, and Jince the Wireless companies are establishing, stations throughout the country the:e is a great shortage ot telegraphers. Positions pay begin ners from $70 to $90 per month, with Both Phones Home Independent 40 Pacific States 45. Our bus meets all trains. Fare 10c. within city limits luuiiuiniim eood chance for advancement. The uonai Telegraph Institute of port end. Ore, operates six official In stitutes in America, under supervision i . n.. ana wireless Officials and Places all graduates into positions. U will pay you to write them for full details. 36b2 The M. W. of A. has in force over $1,500,000,000 of insurance. Why Druggists Recommend Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr-.oea Remedy. Mr. Frank C. Hanrahan, a promi nent druggist of Portsmouth, Va, says. "Tor the past six years I have sold and recommended Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is a great remedy and one of the best patent medicines on the market. I handle some others for the same purposes that pay me a larger profit, X this remedy is so sure to effect a cure, and my customer so certain o appreciate my recommending It to him, that I give it the preference." For sale by Burnaugh & Mayfield. Wonder who started that He about Esther Mitchell? When a person is lown there are always plenty of gentlemen" ready to kick him. TESTIFIES AFTER FOUR YEARS. Carlisle Center, N. Y., Q. B. Bur hans, writes: "About four years ago I wrote you that I had been entirely cured of kidney troutle by taking two bottles of Foley's Kidney Rem Jdy, and after foar years I am agiln pleased to state that I have never had any of thoe symptoms, and I am evidently cured to atay ouri." Foley's Kidney Remedy will do the iame for you. Burnaugh & May field. Mormon Invasion, Echo Register: Pendleton Is threat aned with a Mormon Invasion. It .night be worse, Wherever this pe culiar people s tie, things commence to be doing right away. They buUd. plant, develop, Invest, beautify and multiply. AH of which would not Jurt Pendle on, and might help some. THE WISE SPIDER. When Mark Twain was elltlng .he Virginia City Enterprise he re ceived from a superstitious subscrib er a letter sta lng that the writer jad found a ejlier in his copy of .he paper and wanted to know whether that was good or bad luck, .lark replied In hU "Answer to Cor respondents'' co'.umn: Old Subscriber The finding of a spider in your copy of the Enterprise was neither good luck nor bad. The spider was merely looking over our pages to find out what merchant was not ad vertising, so that it could spin its web acrois his door and lead a free and uniirturbed existence forever and ever. And Mark hit tin mark. Spaniards' Tart. In Reading. The librarian selected a book enti tled "Farming In the Ohio Valley." "Will you give this to that young man waiting at the deskT she said to an assistant. "He Is a Spanish student learning to read English, and I think this will suit blm." "That sounds like a very unpromis ing subject for a student In English to tackle," a friend remarked. "It would be uninteresting to any body bnt a Spanish student," said tbe librarian, "but the Spaniards ron to farming literature. When training be ginners in English of any otner na tionality something sprignuy in me wo of Action or travel usually la rec ommended. But not. to the Spaniard. Nine times out or ten it is a wora on agriculture that be will make the best progress In." New York Press. Had to Bow to Custom. Th late Kine Oscar of Sweden was tbe least conventional of monarchs, hnt h had to courtesy to custom nev ertheless. The klug and M. Bonnier, tha botanist met as strangers wnue out in search of flowers near Stock holm Thpv were soon tbe best oi friends, and Bonnier suggested lunch at bis inn. "Come home with me instead," aaia the other. When the way led to the palace gates Bonnier hesitated. "I'm sorry," saia nis companion, hut I hiinDeu to be the king of this country, and this Is the only place where I can eutertaln my irwnas. Elgin Flour at W. J. Fu.Jc ft Co's. Patent $1.60 a sack, straight grade, (1.40 a sack. . S. K. Clark Plrnk & Sta Fitter Full line of plumbing material. Satisfaction Guaranteed Shop at Keltner's Hardware Store Leave Orders. Professional Pu ectory of Wallowa County t THOS. M. DILL I ATTOLNEY-AT-LAW X Office first door eoulh of New Fraternal Bldg, Enterprise, Or. BURLEIGH & BOYD t ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW J Practice In all State Courts and Interior Department. Careful at- ? teniion to all business. i. D. W SHEAHAN I LAWYER ENTERPRISE X Practice In State and Federal X f Courts and Interior Department. don't use an indelible Pencil; don't do it When you, and that means every one who reads thli, write anything for publication, there are three things you should do before touching pencil to pape-. The first Is throw away your inne.iule pencil. The sec ond is burn yoar Indelible pencil and the third Is bury the aaues of the blamed thing, and bury them deep. Copy wrlttei with an indelible pen cil Is ruinous to the eyes ot the com positor, it give? him a temper lie a casa harden I file, 'and causes more slips trxa grace than anything around print shop. It ralse3 a hoarse murmur of profanity from the time the city editor gets his eye on it, until the devil, with ghoulish gle3, Jams It out of the waste bas ket Into t-e etove, As you are a Christian, touch not. handle not the unclean thing. Clve it to aame pros pector or hunr that U Going far into the mojntalns, vhere he can commune with natjre, and dam the foul thing to a finish. Ex. A NARROW ESCAPE. Edgar N. Bayllis, a merchant of Robinsonvllle, Del, wrote: "About two years ago I was thin and sick, and coughed all the time and if I did not have consumption, it was near to New and Elegant Furniture Queensware Glassware AT Hisaler & Taylor s JOSEPH, OREGON Same low prices that save money for every customer and accounts for our rapidly increasing trade. Refreshment Hall . Mineral Waters Sodas, Maltina Temperance Beer And all kinds of Soft Drinks Cigars and Confectionery POOL AND BILLIARDS Orderly House No Minors Allowed New Fraternal Bids. lt door west of R. S. ft E. BRIGHT & SIEGMUMD Succeed when everything else falls, In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified.' FOR KIDNEYfLIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it ia the best medicine ever sold Over m druggist's counter. WHY NOT BUTTERT The latest Is the Standard OH com pany will make butter out of crude petroleum. Commenting on this the St. Louis Post Dispatch points to etill broader results. It says: From petroleum we get axle grease and phenacetine, dyestuffs and mon opoly, vaseline and philanthropy, ben xine. kerosene, gawUne, billionaires, restraint of trade, pipe lines, tank cars, tank ships, tank wagons, Sun day schools, sermons and commercial precedents. So why not butter? Headquarters tor school supplies. Jackson Weaver's drug store. r I C. T. HOCKETT. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SIMEON t Office upstairs in Bank Build- X ins. Itlil Mom. nhnna In .rrl. T i ... - it. I commenced using Foley's Honey and Tar, and it stopped my cough, and I am now entirely welt, and have gained twenty-eight pounds, all due to the good reis from taking 'Foley's Honey and Tar." Burnaugh & Mayfield. "Well," asked a dramatist after the Drst performance of his play, "did you like It?" "Very much," answered his wife. "But there Is oue incongruity In 1L Tbe second act tulip, nlnra two him ! after the first, and the young couple I have tbe samo cook." "Life is full of ups and downs," said tbe man who Is airy and affable under all clrcumstauces. "So 1 have heard." "Well, I ain at present In the full en- I loymcnt of one of tbe ups." "I congratulate you." "Don't i' of 'hard up.' " Btlloon Talk of 1806. Robertson, the celebrated aeronaut Who ascended from Peleisburg last year. Is endeavoring to tlitalu the nec essary assistance at that l.ue for the construction of au air ba loou on a very lurge scale. He prolines th.it 1: shall be VZ2 feet In diameter, which hi calculates will carry :p thirty-seven tons aud which he supposes, therefore will easily support fifty people and al necessary accommodation for them. I. Is to have attached to it a vtKucl fur iilshcd with masts, snils and every other article required for nnvlgitl'.ig the sea In case of ac:ldci:s aud pro vlded with a cabin for the a.nouiuti properly fitted up. gallery for cook ing, proper stores fur st-. wing provi sions and several other conveniences. To render the as-ent more safe, it is to take up another smaller balloon within It and a parachute, which will render the-descent perfectly gentle If tbe outer balloon bursts. From Its construction it will be calculated to re main in tbe air severul weeks. From Hudson (N. Y.) Balance and -Colum bian Repository of July 15, JwmI ENTERPRISE BKSl OF MEATS llKrMarkct S. E. COMBES INDEPENDENT Price for Pelts and Hides PROPRIETOR What Can You Expect? What can you expect your business to amount to without a Telephone? Do you suppose a customer will lose time running after you when you can call your compet itor by 'phone? Home Independent Telephone Co. X MILLIONS OP m ki i v a nsirvcr D1TEC Wm. Miller 6c Brother, SUITE 204, Wallowa National BanH Building, ENTERPRISE, OREGON Red Front Livery and Feed Stable First Class Accommodations Best of Hay and Grain Jfi ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF HOTEL ENTERPRISE W. C. KETCHUM : DENTIST - ENTERPRISE : Of:l Berland Building. Horn Independent Phone. . E. T. ANDERSON. M. D. rSYSICIAN AND SIMEON Calls attended to day or night. none pnona. Enterprise. Ore. X ! DR. C. A. AULT TDYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office In Bank Bulldln. ' Horn phone both office and! residence. Near-Possum This Is a tried and tested Dixie recipe for "near-poasuro." into a pound slice o pork steak place a stuffing made as follows: Boll and Peel two goo.lslicd sweet potatoes, press through a colander, season with two , tableipoonAiU of brown sugar, the same quan Ity of dark molajtei, and mix in one egg. The steak ca.i be held around the stuffing with threads. Rub silt and pjpper over the convple'ed "possum," and place In a baklng.pnn with one pint of ater. lake for one hour ami f f teen minute, bart ng frequently. Re move tbe threads, and serve o i a platter garnlsliej with small bake J applej, Fannie Merrltt Farmer In September Woman's Howe Compui. Ion. WhyT From a small beginning the sile and use of Chamberlain's Co.uih Remedy has extended to all parts of ihe United State and to many for. elgn countries. Why? Becaues It has prove 1 especially valuable for coughs and colds. For sale by Bur naugh ft Mayfield. If Yeu Want to Spend several of the plcasanteit half hours you ever put in get the September EVERYBODY'S and read in this order: w Happi ness," 44 The Mellowdrammer" and "What Shall We Do With the Old?" , , . ,i After .that read where you will you'll say, "Htri't a good magazine." Try it and sec. SEPTEKSER EVERYBODY'S MEAT MARKET ALWAYS ON HAND. PHONE 20 nil tlCICCT TCDUC W. A. r.!0SS, Proprietor Successor to Bojwell Q Son I